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The Jewish Floridian
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Began in 1927?
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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"eTewislh Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Htne 44 Number 29
Miami, Florida Friday, July 16, 1971
Price 20 c
DEMISE MINISTER CLAIMS
Egyptian Pressure Delaying U.S. Arms
TEL AVIV (JTA) Two Is-
raeli loaders have voiced con-
cern that their country's best
friends do not regard its se-
curity needs with sufficient
urgency. Defense Minister
^P>e Dayan, interviewed on
Kol Israel radio has charged
lat Egyptian pressure on the
United States was preventing
ira:n i:.-t i;:.; the combat
aircraft it needed and warned
that the withholding of Ameri-
can supplies was a l>arrier to ne-
gotiations for a peace settle-
It.
Premier Golda Meir. address-
ing a Labor Party rally at Ra-
mat (Ian said, "the mam argu-
ment with our best friend, the
U.S.A. land we have no greater
friend1 as well a- with other
friendly nations, is to try to
bring home to thorn the basic
premise of Israel's security
which is secure borders. The ter-
rorist rocket attack on Petach
Tikvah last Wednesday night
was the best demonstration of
how important secure borders
are for Is:ae), she declared.
"Europeans tell us they want
to ensure our security through
the I nil. (| Nations and even
introduce foreign forces in a
protective cordon. Does this
mi .in that once peace is achiev-
ed with the Arabs. Israel has to
he s|cciall.v guarded? I should
like to know where they have
stationed special guards along
the European borders after sign-
ing peace treaties." Mrs. Meir
told visiting West German For-
eign Minister Walter Scheel
last week.
General Dayan said recent bel-
licose statements by Egyptian
President Anwar Sadat raised
the possibility of a resumption
of hostilities within the next
six months. He said the Israeli
Army has made good use of the
year-old cease-fire. "It has nei-
ther wasted time nor spared ef-
forts to consolidate and strength-
en its positions. Egypt will not
be able to change the situation
by force." he said.
Asked if Israeli forces would
cross Uie Suez Canal in the event
of a new outbreak of warfare,
Dayan replied, "If I am faced
with the alternative of winning
the battle on the West Bank
and losing one on the Eastern
Bank, I would prefer the one on
the Western Bank.
Asked to comment on the pos-
sibility of Israel's integration
ScheeVs Visit Called
A 'Limited Success'
JERUSALEM i.ITAl The
first visit to Israel by an incum-
bent West (i'rman Foreign Min-
ister ended Sunday when Walter
SCheel 'ook off for Bonn after
? tour-day stay which included
two days of political talks with
Israeli Foreign Minister Abba
Eban. me. tin;:s with Premier
Golda Meir and other officials
and a courtesy call paid to
former Premier David Ben-
Gurion.
The visit was a friendly one
and there were no serious inci-
dents to embarrass the German
statesman or his hosts. But in-
formed circles analyzing the po-
litical results today decided that
from Israel's point of view it
waa a very limited success."
The Israelis apparently failed
to bring Heir Scheel around to
their point of view on two cru-
cial nvitters Soviet penetra-
lof the Middle East which
ling to Israel is a flank-
lag maneuver aimed ultimately
4 Western Europe and the
MMile East policies of the
Baropesn Common Market of
Bonn Is a member.
Ostpolitik and holds that So-
viet actions in the Middle Eaat
pose a potential threat to West-
ern Europe, a theory the Bonn
Government refuses to buy.
Furthermore, while Israel ac-
cepts West Germany's assur-
ances that she will not sub-
ordinate herself to French poli-
tical interests in the Common
Market. Israel has not realized
its hope to make Bonn a pillar
against French efforts to im-
pose its Mideast policies on all
Common Market member na-
tions. Israel fears that the
French attitude, which it re-
gards as pro-Arab, will per-
meate the Common Market na-
tions.
Referring to the Mideast docu-
ment prepared last May by
Common Market experts and
fostered by France. Mr. Scheel
said he saw no contradiction
between the desire of his gov-
ernment to constantly improve
it.s relations with Israel on the
one hand and a reconciliation
with France on the other. (The
document urges Israel's total
withdrawal to its pre-June, 1967
borders and calls for the inter-
nationalization of Jerusalem).
Rocket Attack Kills
Four And Injures 19
In a brief statement on his
arrival in Bonn, Mr. Scheel said
that there was now greater un-
derstanding between Israel and
West Germany and that he had
invited Eban to Bonn to con-
j their discussions. Political
hero also noted that
If) said at a press eonfer-
[ Friday that "the desired
,ing effect of our talks
en achieved.
However true that may 1e.
the source* said, the positions
Of Germany and Israel on glo-
I political subjects have not
I brouffht closer. Israel ac-
costs Bonn'-. assurance* that
Jhaacellor Brandt's "Ostpoll-
^k raoproachment with the
lOviet Union wUI not be al-
|M to adversely effect its re-
uith Israel. But Israel
tea the very basts of the
TEL AVIV (JTA) Last
week's rocket attack on Petach
Tikvah has claimed two more
victims, both elderly women who
were injured when a Katyusha
rocket scored a direct hit on
their ward in the Beth Rivka
Hospital, an institution for the
chronically ill.
Another elderly woman and a
five-year-old girl were killed in-
stantly in the attack; the in-
jured included a physician and
three nurses, as well as the dead
child's parents and sisters.
Helicopters later spotted the
rocket launcher less than a mile
east of the Israeli border in the
occupied West Bank. But two
local Arab boys were injured in
the explosion of booby traps
set near the launcher as they
approached it.
Israeli security forces found
evidence that the terrorists had
camped at the site for some
time and had cooked a meal.
They arrested several persons
suspected of carrying the ter-
rorists' equipment within range
of Petach Tikvah, a town of
about 80,00 persons, about nine
miles west of Tel Aviv.
Convinced that the attack
could not have been carried out
without aid from nearby villag-
ers, Israeli authorities put all
villages east of the Green Line
boundary under curfew as the
investigation continued.
Zealots Stone Bus
Despite Promises
JERUSALEM (JTA) De-
spite the Egged bus cooperative's
promise not to operate buses in
Jerusalem before the close of
the Sabbath, religious zealots
in the ultra-Orthodox Mea
Shearim quarter pelted a bus
with stones, injuring a woman
passenger, and blocked traffic
with garbage and stones.
The incident occurred half an
hour after the Sabbath ended
and normal traffic had been re-
sumed through the quarter. It
was one of a series of demon-
strations in what appears to be
a "war" between the religious
and secular sectors of the pop-
ulation.
into the NATO defense network,
Dayan said he did not expect
such a development although
the NATO chiefs recognize that
increasing Soviet strength in
* -Cr
the region changes the balance
of power. He said they do not
realize yet the importance of
Israel being in the area and
holding bases in the Sinai.
State Dept. Spokesman
Declines To Comment
WASHINGTON (JTA) A
State Departments spokesman
declined to comment on the
charges made by Israel's De-
fense Minister Moshe Dayan
last weekend that Israel does
not have a regular flow of arms
from the United States because
of Egyptian pressure on Wash-
ington.
The spokesman also refused
to comment on the New York
Times story which said recent
shipments of the latest Soviet
MIGs to Syria and Egypt have
upset the military balance in the
Middle East. He assured report-
ers that the United States has
a long-standing commitment to
maintain the military balance in
that region, but would give no
details on how the Administra-
tion policy would be imple-
mented.
According to the Times story,
the UAR has received nearly 100
MIG-21s and 80 transport heli-
copters since the ceasefire went
into effect some 11 months ago.
Last month alone, eight planes
and 16 helicopters were deliv-
ered in what intelligence exjwrts
sec as a Soviet effort to provide
the Arabs with greater mobility
in both desert and mountain
warfare.
Syrian shipments have includ-
ed a total of 21 of the lat-st
MIG-21s, nine MIG-17s, five
Sukhoi-7 fighter-bombers and
22 MIG-8 helicopters. The par-
ticulars of Soviet aid to Egypt
and Syria revealed in the Times
story were confirmed by State
Department officials.
Conference Continues
To Press For Damages
GENEVA (JTA) Dr. Na-
hum Goldmann, president of the
Conference on Jewish Material
Claims Against Germany, said
here last week that notwith-
standing the "Schlussgestez"
the West German law that term-
inated the payment of claims to
victims of Nazism the Con-
ference will continue to press the
claims of Jews who left Eastern
Europe after 1965.
Addressing the opening ot the
Conference's board of directors
meeting, Dr. Goldmann reported
that the Bonn Government has
paid out about $12.7 billion in
compensation and indemnifica-
tion so far, but still has some
$6.25 billion to pay in individual
claims. He said there was no
basis for West Germany's fear
that "millions of Russian Jews
may soon go to Israel and file
claims amounting to vast sums."
Most of the Jews who have
left Russia or are expected to
leave were young people or in
early middle age and would not
qualify for indemnification for
losses suffered under the Nazis,
he noted.
Mark Uveeler. secretary f
the Claims Conference, reported
on the program to aid non-Jews
who saved Jews at the risk of
their lives during the Nazi era
and arc now in need. Such per-
sons are known as "Hassidei
Hamout."
Uveeler, who said the program
has been operating since 1963
and has aided 187 persons in 11
countries, also reported on aid
to the former leaden of Jewish
communities which were de-
stroyed by the Nazis. This cate-
gory totals 50 persons in 12
countries, most of them over
75.
Louis D. Horwltz. director gen-
eral of the Joint Distribution
Committee, reported on the Jew-
ish Student Center in Paris
which will be completed in 1973.
Dr Goldmann was re-elected
president of the Claims Confer-
ence. Elected vice presidents
were Dr. Morton K. Blaustein,
Jules Braunschvig, Lord Janner,
Siegfried Moses. Louis A. Pirtcus
and Dr. William Wexlcr.
Dr. Goldmann, one of the
founders of the Memorial Foun-
dation for Jewish Culture and
chairman of its board of trustees
criticized the international agen-
cy which utilizes German restitu-
tion monies for grants to proj-
ects related to Jewish culture,
education, publications and docu-
mentation of the Nazi holocaust
when I look back at the Me-
era. Addressing the annual board
meeting here. Dr. Goldmann said.
"We have no doubt registered a
number of achievements, but
morial Foundation, I am not
100r; satisfied.
"My original idea was that the
Memorial Foundation should be-
come a central address for great
Jewish cultural and educational
problems upon which our survi-
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Volume 44
23 TAMUZ 5731
Number 29
Jews Have A Particular Stake
The American Jewish community cannot ignore the
implications of a recent study and findings of a Gallup
survey which showed that close to a million American
Jews, most of them senior citizens, are living at a below-
poverty standard. In this most affluent of nations we have
been concerned with the total picture of poverty but as
Jews we have a particular stake in the lives of our own
people as well.
The Greater Miami Jewish Federation has made a
beginning in studying the problem, particularly on South
Beach, and in providing some services and direct assist-
ance. But this is only scratching the surface, it would seem,
and little will be done until the public is informed of the
depth of the problem. There is not much awareness that
poverty among Jews exists to the extent it does and there
seems little purpose in not making the facts known.
Israel Commended For Its Care
Evangelical Christians from the United States, meeting
in Israel, have commended that nation for the scrupulous
care with which it has protected Christian places and
people.
The significance of the statement lies in the fact that
the group "takes note" that Jerusalem has been the capital
only of the Jewish people throughout history as well as the
fact that since the Six-Day War in 1967 all peoples are free
to worship in the place of their choice, unlike the 1948-67
period when the old city of Jerusalem was under Jordanian
control.
Decision Doesn't End Controversy
The American Jewish Congress has been the leading
opponent of public aid to parochial schools, in part be-
cause of its brilliant counsel, Leo Pfeffer, and in part be-
cause in recent years the Protestant opposition seems to
have become diminished. AJCongress has viewed its
fight as strengthening religious liberty but this opinion
is not shared by religious Jews, in particular the Orthodox.
Recent Supreme Court decisions, which upheld the
Congress' contention have been called by the Religious
Zionists of America "a defeat for equality within our edu-
cational system and a blow to the thousands of youngsters
who are entitled to support in religious day schools." From
another side, the National Jewish Commission on Law and
Public Affairs also an Orthodox group charges that
the collaboration of AJCongress with the American Civil
Liberties Union "is another sign of the increasing seculari-
zation of American society."
The position of the Supreme Court in reaffirming the
traditional separation of church and state in this area
does not end the controversy, at least for Jews. The debate
must inevitably shift to the Jewish community and its
fund-raising functions as it has been evident in recent
years. We see an obligation to work for increased support
for Jewish education, including the day schools, for all
those who believe that parochial education is necessary
but not the government's responsibility.
Crisis Had Adverse Effect
Approval of a new contract has ended the strike of the
500 professional and clerical employees of the Israel Bond
organization. The 39 days had an adverse effect on the
sale of these vital bonds and it is hoped that some means
of arbitrating such differences will be found before the
next contract is negotiated. Too much is at stake for the
Jewish community to permit another such strike and its
accompanying bitterness.
MATTER OF FACT
by JOSEPH AISOP
WASHINGTON "Don't look
now." one is inclined to say.
"But the doom of Israel may
just possibly have been pro-
nounced in Malta."
Here, in truth, is a good meas-
ure of the strange pass we have
now reached. The front pages
teem with misinterpretations of
stolen documents concerned with
long-past stages of the Vietnam-
ese war. But a current strati
development of enormous po-
tential danger, the election in
Malta, lias passed all but un-
noticed.
MALTA, "the unsink ible lir-
craft carrier" of World War II.
is so important because the
Mediterranean is so important
And for the moment (although
only tor the moment', the Medi-
terranean is chiefly important
because of the over-dangerous.
never-ending Middle Eastern
c
For nearly a ye ir, throughout
most of 19TO, the Soviets were
busily, rather openly preparing
a direct ass mlt upon Israel to
i>e made by the Egyptians with
heavy and activi Soviet military
i port, The Kremlin finally
thought better of th:- plan, at
COMMENT
The southwest corner of Fla-
mingo Park provide,! a no
gic setting for a Fourth of J ilj
oration. Shaded by tail trees, the
speakers' platform surroui
by green benches, the Flag wav-
ing slightly in the only breeze
on a hot morning, it reminded
me of my youth when we fol-
lowed the bands and marchi PS
on many similar mornings to
much the same kind of seen \
there were differences, if
course. I was the "orator.*' The
audience was composed >f all
older people Senior Citizens
we call them now and
cial type. (How sp re-
vealed before my introduction
when I was asked if I would
like to speak in Yiddish).
I begged off. Not only is my
accent often mistaken for
Gahtzianer (actually it is
Lodz. Poland, derivation but
my command of the language
suffers from decades of disuse
some might say the kind of
mis-use which has caused peo-
pie to look at me peculiarlv
cause of some statements [have
made. (Like the time I politel)
asked some old ladies visiting
to vehr tzu zettsed" under the
impression I was asking them
to be sea ted 1.
Notwithstanding. I had sized
up my audience well and began
with commenting on the or,..
Fourth television .pedal ^
featured short talks by Presl
dent Nixon, Chief Justice Burger
and the Attorne> j\
me they had spoken in the
cliches of my boyhood, bro-
ibout the American revo-
lution and the meaning of Inde-
pend nee Day, which viewed by
their record of attack on the
I ims which the Declaration
mizes, belied their pretty
Is The) could mean very
little to us today.
I SPOKE of the many things
which have torn us apart in the
the '60s and the com-
ncy about our rights n the
'50s. But mj mess ige was one
":' hope. I i b. lieve thai no
matter how the American Re\ >-
lution has been corrupted, its
- Its di i u I its dy-
namic qualities are sun possible
"f realization. Immodestly, as I
looked over ,h,, audience of
some 100 men and women I
appeared to be making my
points.
But somewhere in that speech
I mentioned that "The New
riean Revolution" ci could not be based on other
ideologies, specifically the 'cor-
rupted Communist" revolution.
LookiIlc ha(.k at u al] f ^
S'l dn,t ,a<* a Kood "''
of 'hat same audience in their
younger days, for those fhreo
;"Ms touched off a furore that
a.most led to blows amor* some
or the listener., i haa ,,,
--peaking, it .eems, a
Jews some of whose commit-
,' the Commu< faith
""> had adopt,,i many, many
least temporarily, for two ma-
rather demonstrable reason
THE FIRST reason was'.. \
sheer guts of the :
extreme stress. Ar.d the secatfl
reason was Piv.
tough and wise man..cement 1
the Jordanian crisis .:. s-ptn-
ber. 1970 which must ata
suggested to the K
the United States .^m ^
h IV some guts.
In the Jordan: i: crisis, i 1
course. President N xon'i msafl
instrument was our S \th F!* J
The Sixth Fleet hi-
charged with :
soTiahle power b
Mediterranean, in f
continuously Increasing Soviet I
naval strength. And
base in Malta, the Sixth Fi*
can hardly do its job
AGAINST this backgrousi
then consider the fairly utji
facts concerning the Malt-*
election. It M is ~ -.
June. By a very narrow --.,-.
Ity, the pro-NATO, pro-S_v!i
Fleet nationalist leader >
George Borg-OUvier lost --
prime mirdstershlp to th.
of the Maltese Labor Part) Don
Mintoff
When this report) r > -
Malta last November i
already a good deal talk, il
of it unproved, to be
Soviet money coming intoMalu
In any case, the So\ ii' w
questionably be th.....lin I
ers by Dom Mintofl success
BBFCHUE his election Mini I
loudly advocated in
itive neutrality He w is
thermore. conduct in:1 i ntv
ojx'n flirtation with "
ral Arab leaders. Th A
well aware, of con-- ol Mall
strategic Importance .....
tion with the Middli
As prime minist
Continued on Pa.- ISA
-.;
by EDWARD COHEN
decades ago *. u is % l
as it had ever been.
ALTHOUGH I rel
come Involved in i debate th
I did promise to i
again on the Issu
of the corrupted .
the tragedy ol So\
thought I had an
I briefly aald tint the
ity "f the Hltler-St i n pact
nothing else, the pui ,! J"''
in Russia, Poland I
vakia during Stal
madness, and the p
In those nations |
c mvince any Jew l
tion.
I should have th""
Nothing can shake the faith*
these true believe;- ,lv"<
us who were Invoh
politicsi during the 'Ms and s^
si quent years leai ,
To quote that Jewish gee**
Dysnshisa, as prool that u!
mere handful ol Jews sre **
ing the Soviet furore
that age has done
mat ui;i- iioi 'i ..
many of those wi i ''P>' "V
little corner of F1
IT I* MORE ill
in ang r that I report,h:!S5?^
what minor incident for '
hoped that if there is anytt^j
that Jews can unite arolT^
is the suffering of ^r '*
Unfortunately, there ire
ers besides those 'h0 thef
give up their faith In '.
believe to be a ComntunW
tion who also could* t >-ar*
as we are lc.irrirrg"


iy, July 16. 1971
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lerman New President ![^'i^i^al Aid jAinslee Ferdie, Leo Slachter Appointed
f Temole Beth Is 1 B"i,di"" **<*"* To JVV s National HousN Commission
rgc Borman was installed
esidont of Temple Beth Is-
[by Dr. Harold C. Rivkind,
urer: Mrs. Richard Kunin. finan-
cial secretary; Mrs. Sydell Rubin, |
recording secretary-
Board members are Marvin
Bayles. Jacob Brodzki, William
Donner, Hugh Glickstein, Dr. Syl-
van Ooldin. Dr. Robert Grenitz.
Mrs. Samuel Heller, Samuel Hel-
ler, Alan Kimmel. Charles Kollin.
Jerome Kraus, Mrs. Ronald Mish-
kin, Dr. Jack Morris, Maurice
Mass. Elvin Rose, Ronald Schwartz,
Henry Setter, Alvin Siegel. Sam-
uel Sverdlik. and Melvin Zipris.
Mrs. Ronald Mishkin served as
chairman of tne dinner committee.
c-----------
Hebrew Academy
Building Program
Proceeds from the annual game
night planned by the Hebrew
Academy Women for Wednesday
at 7:30 p.m., will go toward th"
Greater Miami Hebrew Academy's
building and scholarship program
Serving as chairman of the af-
fair, to be held at the Caribbean
Hotel, will be Mrs. George Kim-
mel. with Mrs. Joseph Shapiro
and Mrs. Murray Gilman as co-
chairmen. Mrs. Leonard Adler is
president of the group.
Reservations for the event may
be made at the Hebrew Academy
Women's office on Miami Beach.
I
1
GfOtGf BIKMAH
Sent. United Synagogue of
ica. Southeast Region, at the
Hotel in Ft. Lauderdale
tly. Dr. Rivkind also served
|wst speaker for the temple's
|th annual installation cere-
balance of the slate, in-
by Rabbi Sheldon Edwards
laid Mishkin. vice president.
nistration; Nathan Fisher,
[president, ways and means:
Whitostone. vice president,
kership; Jules Shapiro, trea.s-
Victims Of Helicopter
Crash Buried Separately
TEL AVIV UTA) Separate1
funeral services were held in vari- j
ous parts of Israel Sunday for 10
airborne soldiers killed when their
helicopter crashed into the sea off
northern Sinai near El Arish last'
week. The bodies were discovered
and identified after a two-day j
search by combined Army. Air
Force and Navy teams. An Air
Force inquiry commission has been
set up to investigate the cause of
the accident. Debris from the heli-
eopt*" were fished out of the sea.
A military spokesman said it was
most probable that human error
was responsible for the tragedy.
The helicopter was reported
missing Thursday afternoon short-
ly before a Bedouin tribesman re-
ported that he had seen a low
flying helicopter crash into the
sea after being struck by waves. \
Post mortems disclosed that the
occupants died as a result of the
impact when the aircraft ..truck
the water.
Hadassah Nat'l Convention
More than 2.500 delegates, rep-
resenting 320.000 members in the
United States and Puerto Rico, will
attend the 57th national conven-
tion of Hadassah. Women's Zionist
Organization of America. Aug. 22-
25 in Cleveland, Ohio. Mrs. Max
Schenk is national president.
New .Pythian Esquires
Twenty "pages" will be inducted
into the rank of "Esquire" under
the direction of newly elected
Chancellor Commander David
Glass, at the next regular meeting
of the George Gershwin Knights
of Pythias Lodge at 7:30 p.m.
Monday at the Surf side Commun-
ity Center.
Coral Gables attorney Ainslee meeting in Boston on July 24 -le-
R. Ferdie and West Miami busi-1 signed to promote a JWV ipon-
nessman Leo Slachter, have been sored FHA housing program for
I persons over 62 gears of age. Par-
^~ |. r]caytiY nfjftfcffl centered around
South Florida, California and Las
Vegas.
Mr. Ferdie and Mr. Slschtcr
currently serve on the JWV na-
tional executive committee. Mr.
Ferdie, a past state commander
of Florida is a past chairman of
the Dade County Urban Renewal
Agency and serves on the Coral
Gables Citizens Improvement Com-
mittee. Mr. Slachter is a past
state commander from Connecti-
cut.
In his post as chairman of the
Murray Solomon Scholarship and
Loan Fund, Ferdie has announced
that applications for the two $250
grants will be accepted during the
next several weeks. Considei Ition
will be given to members of the
Jewish War Veterans and Ladies
Auxiliary and lineal descendents
of the Jewish War Veteran- Mid
Indies Auxiliary of Posts within
the state of Florida.
Applications should be in writing
indicating the name, school antici-
pated to attend, address, telephone
number and relationship as mem-
ber or to member o) the Jewish
War Veterans organization.
appointed to the Jewish War Vet-
erans National Housing Commis-
sion bv National Commander Al-
bert Schlossberg of Boston.
Messrs. Ferdie and Slachter, the
representatives of the Southeast-
ern United States, will attend a
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*Jmi*l- fkridian
Friday. July 16, 1971
This Week In History..
40 Wars Aro This \Ve'k:
1931
The World Zionist Congress -
eluded Revisionists from its new
Executive.
Monti Abraham Cohen, termer
bodyguard ol Dr. Sun Yat-scn.
was named a Brigadier General in
the Cantonese Army.
The 25-year-old Croat Synagogue
of Harbin. Manchuria, was de-
stroyed by an electrical fire, but
most of Its contents were saved.
Rabbi Noach "Lider" Zaludkow-
ski. chief cantor of the Kalis/, Po-
land, synagogue for four decades.
lied in Detroit, Michigan. He was
TJ years of age.
Dr. Drummond Shlels, British
Under-Secretary for the Colonies.
admitted that neither Zionists or
Arabs had been consulted on the
naming of Gen. Arthur Grenfell
Wauchope as High Commissioner
Cor Palest in. .
The Arthur Jaffes. prominent
Berlin couple, committed suicide
t tgether when their life savings
were lost in the closing of the
1 Darmstaedler und National Bank.
Next day the l-'H-year-old Jacob
isaac Weiler Bank of JYankfurl
dOSed; three days later manager
"mil Weiler took his life.
10 Years Arc This WMki 1961
Angering Premier Ben-Gurion. I
the Knesset reaffirmed the absolu-1
tion of ex-Dc tense Minister Pinhas
Lavon in a 19~4 "security mishap."
West Germany agreed to pay,
Italian Jewrj $1,125 million com-
! pensation for 110 pounds 01 gold
jand 70.000 hooks taken by the
Nazis lor a false pledge of "protec-
| tion."
The American Jewish Commit-
tee charged the United States was
suffering "a loss of integrity and
I prostiege" by "accommodating"
Arab League discrimination against
Jewish Americans.
Adoli Eichmann admitted in
Jerusalem that his bureau had
ordered Jewish executions, but ,
said he himself had not initiated
"even a single on >." He admitted
the Nazis had planned the annihila-
tion ol Europe's 11 million .lews.
but explained he had been only
an order-follower. He denied or-
dering the "death march" of Hun-
garian .lews, but a document show-
ed it was directed "according to
my proposal."
Wesi German Chancellor Kon-
red Adenauer acknowledged our
moral duly to assist Israel" be-
' yond the 1963 exp n tion ol theii
reparations pact.
Dr. Nahum Goldmann reported
that 13 Soviet syn igogues had b n
1 closed in the preceding year and
that there had been "no signs ol
improvement" of Soviet Jews'
status.
Two American Nazis received
one-year sentences on a convicts'
road gang tor abducting, h^id-
cuffing and assaulting a J< wish
boy In Arlington, Va.
A survey showed there were "''
Jewish-interest newspapers and
magazines in the world 332 of
them in Israel and that 34.7'.
were in English, 26.6r in Hebrew
and 16.4' in Yiddish.
JTA1
Weiss Announces New Appointments
, umb r of new committee an- committee w el. cted th Sid.
imcnU were announced thia ne> Lefcoun as chairman Oth-
\(, k bj Milton Weiss, president of members are- Jules 1.. Ark u, ,
he Great" r Miami Jewish Fedora- Aaron Farr. Stanley Art Walter
S F.ilk. Stanley R. Gllben \\ .
r
. .. ....... ----........ ... vOTHvtTi.
Jerome Kipnis, Rabbi I^eou K
Arthur L. Flink, who has been
appointed director of the Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation's
Public Relations Department,
will be responsible for the di-
rection, planning and imple-
mentation of all public rela-
tions programs, advertising and
production of collateral ma-
terial for the Federation.
A Building Operations Commit- ^h Ml.s Mlir,n R I(,Vi,
i,c. ehajned by lUcharrl p. '*> lvwy.'-M C*vnf .T*Ht S.'NMh
responsible for developing i.:-. Timoner, Mis. i,A.:
procedures and operating stand- ind A. B. Wiener,
nrds for the new Federation build-1 Mr TtaMmer will all ,
Committee members will in nittec when will rnaki .. .
. vi. Samuel \ Her. Leo Eisen- unmendattoM to the Board of Di-
,tein and Stephen Muss. "**"? in of :1"
1,1 pp-eedures. Mr. Lefcourt and Mr.
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+Jh*l$t> tkridlickn
Page 7-A
letters to the editor
tliri'OR. Thr JtWi Moriiliiu.:
One of your prolific and good
.itorial writers. Edward Cohen,
#pse:-vis generous support on his
?mmonts about the Pentagon |
aper*. His evaluation that today ;
i* the American ix>litieal scene'
he lines are clearly drawn is |
K'l^ivc and accurate.
I
jjOl course, we remember the tre-1
fndous support that Lt. Calley |
\\ for his role in the massacre of i
RnoSleSe women and children. I
|c vacillation ;uvi double talk of
Chlcl Emcuttve on this easel
Du!d not be forgotten. I
The outcry against the exposure '
the Pentagon Papers again |
Bonstratea the virulence, arro-
jce and downright hostility to
{B judicial system and the mil-
Bs of our people who believe in
pjfttin,- teeth into our First
4gpr-:i'invnt 'the unabridged free-
bom i>: the pr.-vs'.
Wii' smoke screen that the ex-
pose- ol the P. !>'!- i- detrimental
With,' war effort, was ridiculed
^Hi by those who are in the van-
Euar! th.- m r-Vmery of ,mv-
enatn. I ami in th" leadership of
prOS' i.t ii lh;~ i:vi>t unpipul.ir
war ili-'ncl*.
Tit" -" .;>ri-me Court ruled wise-
lMth.it the e\t>>sure of these
Pap as not :n ", 1< a>t injur-
ious i i tit" ; ''<. Th" ti-
rades ( in A .""'. Mitchell ami1
other-. ['us th.' na-ii >n of Presrt-
dent Nixon, does not argue too,
well for the stffii ;thei iiu: of our
devioi't-.i' 11...h '^'The President. in mp middle; The venom that was hurled at the
ot the 50s. was already on record so-called "Warren's Sup-erne
,\ "greater involvement in th.- Court" will now be directed at
Indo-China sector of Asia.
Despite the demonstration
against the war. there is a great j
apathy in our people to be in- j
volved in both discussion and ac- i
tion. It is a political truism that |
war Is a continuation of politics.
The temper of our times is dan-
gerous. For more than a year,
every demagogic argument was
used to muzzle our television.!
radio and press news. This effort j
did not begin with the exposure of
the Pentagon Papers. Their impli-
cations are clear: more power to j
the Executive and military and
less freedom to discuss and act
both in Congress and the press.
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Death'" \t the Mi\'':.ir and Sun-
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this court.
Vigilance, of course, is one of
the answers, but it must have
direction. Our press, television and
radio will be heartened by the
latest decision. We must net down
to the grass roots. The first step
began with the t>-:? vote of the
Supreme Court. Let this momen-
tum grow so that our executive
blanch anil others will know that
we have an intelligent, news-con-
scious public and that their opin-
ions will be concretized at meet*
ings in the press, on television
and. of course, in the voting booth.
1IKRMAN I'.HKI.K II
North Miami Bench
ASSOCIATION REITERATES
LONG-STANDING POSITION
The Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami taking note of
several High Holy Days services to be held at various con-
dominiums and other establishments which are not part of
any established synagogues but held under private auspices.
wishes to reiterate its long standing position for public notifica-
tion.
The Association resolution, Issued in the name of its presi-
dent. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz of Temple Ner Tamid. reads:
'The Greater Miami Rabbinical Association unanimously
condemns and deplores the establishment of synagogues meant
for the High Holy Day period alone. Whether conducted in
hotels, apartment buildings, or other such rented or Irorrowed
facilities, such activities undermine the religious life and spirit
of the Jewish community, since the unaffiliatc! worshippers fail
to identify themselves with existing synagogues throughout the
year.
We call on all our Jewish citizens to refrain from organizing,
supporting, providing facilities for, or attending any such mush-
room synagogues. We urge our coreligionists to join and worship
Combined
Statement of Condition
June 30,1971
ASSETS
Cash and Due from Bank........ $ 63,759.871.86
Securities:
U.S. Government
Obligations......$48,256,396.35
Obligations of
States and Political
Subdivisions......60,423,958.76
Obligations of
Federal Agencies 8.469,003.68
Other Securities .. 2,372,021:42 119,521.380.21
Loans and Discounts............ 134,906.919.56
Banking Houses and Equipment .. 4,937,853.54
Accrued Interest and Other Assets 3.867,999.97
TOTAL .................. ~$326,994,025.14
LIABILITIES
Deposits....................... $294,525,851.22
Other Liabilities................ 6,168,669.90
Unearned Discounts and Reserves 3.545,268.74
Capital Debentures .$ 1,875,000.00
Capital Stock...... 9,219,220.00
Surplus ........... 7,220,000.00
Undivided Profits .. 4,440,015.28
TOTAL CAPITAL FUNDS .. 22,754,235.28
TOTAL................... $326,994,025.14
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Jh* fKabii ^pcahs jrom J he j-^Mlpit

The Immortal Man9

li\ KAUB) ELLIOT WINOGR.Ur
Temple braet, ol Miram.ir
\ current ;ind popular television '
'its called "The Immortal" tells |
a man whose body is gifted
with ageless
qualities and su-
pei healing
properties, mak-
ing him impervi-l
ous and un-1
succpt'.ble to any |
disease. These i
are. of course,
rare qualities
which would be
desirable for al-
most every hu-
man being. As
[believable as it may sound, it is!
rot without precedent history.
Today's Torah portion, call.nl'
Pr'hchos tells ol a great man in!
1-rnel n: the priestly family a]
- Bndson of Aaron, the brother of |
jtisBCS.
According to Jewish tradition.
be was an immortal and indeed
also synonymous with Elijah
t ie Prophi t. whom the Bible says
coVer died. The immortal char-j
!'- of the i;i'cat Pinchos.
r (weve were not his outstanding
< alitfc : nor for thai matter, were
'> the superlative features ol
Jan th Prophet.
IHM rVi'noo/rod
takes to become "the immortal?"
not on television or in some
science fiction magazine, but in I
real life. To be immortal spiritual- '
ly is to be truly immortal. To be
immortal in philosophical outlook
is to live forever.
What is sorely lacking on the
contemporary American Jewish
scene Is the presence of men like |
Pinchos and Elijah. These men's ;
whole lives were dedicated not j
merely to Jewish culture or Jew-
ish social activities or to the Iniild-
ing of multi-million dollar Maus-
oleums of Judaism, but to the fiery
and fearless promotion of the
teachings of our Holy Torah.
This writer has witnessed, with
great chagrin. Jewish educators j
attempting to teach Judaism with-
out O-d as the primary, funda- j
mental and basic foundation. Eli-
jah, in the days ol Ahab. corrupt'
ruler and king of Israel, showed
the entire populance that it is toj
G-d and G-d alone that we must :
vow allegiance and to no other
concepts of so-called Jewish values.
The Jew. when in Rome, must
NOT do as the Roman does. He
must do as the Jew does in!
France, Russia and these great
United States of America als >. To:
Kelfaiou* <^4
ervices
By RABBI SAHTKL J. Ft
(C), Jewish TwIrHfllnle Agency.
FOX
In.-
What is a Talith Katan'.'
Ii is traditional for a Jewish
male to wear a four-cornered gar-
ment under his coat so that he
could fulfill the commandment
which the Bible prescribes order- Friday 7:
Ing a Jew to attach fringes to the
four corners of his garment.
MIAMI
A H A V A T SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. 9*6 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox
Cmiioi Ar Bin Aron. 1 I
---
ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave. |
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowitx 2
BETH AM (TEMPLE). SSO N. Ken. I
dall Or. S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi :
Herbert Baurrjard. Cantor Michael '
Kyrr 3
BETH DAVID. 282* SW 3rd Ave
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau 4
.. rn 6 l> m Bftlttraaj I
ii m.. 7:30 p ni
500 SW 17th Ave Ortho-
Since our garments today are
not four cornered, this four cor-
nered garment is put on so that
the fringes can be attached there-( beth tov (Ternpie). S438 sw sth
St. Conservative Rabbi Sim.n
BETH EL.
dox.
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional Rabbi Man
Shapiro. Cantor Ben Dickson 6
to.
The reason it is called a Talith
Katan la because it is not usually
OS large as an outer garment
which is called Talith. Also, the'
large outergarment of four cor-
ners which is worn during the
morning services and to which the
fringes are attached is called Tal-
ith. Therefore, the mailer gar-
ment is called Talith Katan.
From what ajje are boyi ln-
BOgWated into the practice of
wearing this Talith Katan?
April. Cantor Seymovr Hinkes I
ISRAEL (Temple) OF GREATER
Miami. 137 NE 19th Street Reform.
Rabbi Joaeph R. Narot. 10
ISRAELITE CENTER. 317S SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
Drazin. Cantor Nathan Pa mass. 11
OR OLOM (Temple)
St. Conservative.
Glixman.
6755 SW 1th
Rabbi Ralph
13
----
. TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein. 14
I'Yul.o vl" p m. Mr. Irvine; DeutSCh.
j prenldent Theme: "The Nem DEAL
1 our Tempts S.itunl.iv '. ,i m
TIFERETH JACOB (Temple). 951 E.
4th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Na-
1 lie usual age for starting this than Zolondek. 15
"Friday 8 i.* p.m. Baltirdas
be a good Jew automatically means '
:iijah. the f, loss and un- j
into : i. present itive of our Cre-
H\ I : ssed be His Name, has had
name associated with the most
tal of Jewish Institutions. At the
.-> in uguration of a young Jew-
kll lad nto the covenant of Ahra-
n Elijah's name is mentioned.
At the Passover S.-dcr his glorious
. ne i- Invoked as the forerunner
the : inal redemption.
What is all this to teach US if
- 1 the RKAL mi anine of what it
CANDLELIGHTING TIME
23 TAMUZ 7:55
*
"^^^^rWrWAlvWvWini
being a good citizen of our great :
country. We must str.-ss a.r.iin and i
over again, great Jewish values,
bin only under the banner and au-
thority ot Almighty G-d and not
as merely something "nice to d i."
The message of Pinchos and Eli-
jah is clear. Put G-d back into,
our home--, into our lives and into
Jewish education. Make G-d our!
motivating force ard not a spine-1
less and Jellyfish-like meaningless
culture. Our sages have said "Ray-j
I shis Chochma The first lesson j
| in wisdom is the awe and love of!
G-d" ani not pedagogic hog-
... -i,
We pray to the Almighty, bless-,
i ill be His Name, that be gird our
1 tins with the ivisdom of his Holy
i Torah. so that we may all be wor-
; thy, to see quickly In our days, the
: "Y 'mot Hamashiach," the Messi-
j anic era bringing peace to Israel
I and peace to all mankind.
Amen.
- nil"

ZION (Temple) 8000 Miller Rd Con-
servative. Rabbi Norman N Shapiro
Cantor Richard S. Browdy. 16
NOUTH MIAMI
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
13600 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
Rabbi Joseph Gorfinkel, Cantor Ben
Zion Kirschenbaum. 35
~ ''" 'I.'... ..:(.. .'.,- m *nu
hath
i Chap-
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Pinchos
'And the Lord spoke unto Moses saving. Phinehas
tut-ned My wrath away from the children ol Israel
tefa 2o: 10-.T): 1).
PHINEHAS' REWARD: As a reward for his zeal in uphold-
lei r' 0f.JG0<, Phi,U'haS Was P*"* **"*"* would retain the High Priesthood for all time. The
t -Hi! "1;'n a"d;voman he slew were Zimri, a prince of
thfe tribe Simeons and Cozbi, the daughter of a Mldlanite king.
SECOND CENSUS: Now that the conquest of Canaan was in
rf ,L TrTST? n0t nly t0 M(*rta,n ^ "umber of fight.
m men avaJtoble but also the numerical structure of each tribe
h7proUXV ; E qUi,aJWe ta,b fr thp *** *n of
to"nreom i n *? P"*" "" ihont commanded
to prepare a new census of the people. The last one had been
talni some 38 years before at Mt. Sinai.
SUCCRSSION OF JOSHUA: God commanded Moses to as-
cehri the mount:ur. range of Abarim. whence he could view the
u Aal u'r 'T "LS nd "" aPP^.xLng and that he
m Aaron, would d* for is sin at Kadesh, Moses' immediate
eon. rn was for his p-ople and he asked that hLs successor he
appointed to le;td them. God directed him to lay his ZZZnn
JoBhua. smmfying th,- transference of his authority, andZ^nt
?ta nuh, I"'' T Pri'S'' We" 3S t0 ^.e congreSn
thta publicly conti-rnng the dignity of office.
-lJW AND ^S^AL OFFERINGS: I, was necessary to
.vtnnd the new generation that their sacrificial obligations
wt Jhrrefore' T l^'?*** ^^ A dctalW *ription
tK7Z,u V, ^ PUb,iC m0rr,nS and ^ening sacri-
fijrs. the additional sacrifices on Sabbath, the offerings on the
n T?.- Pa&SVCr- ,P FMSt of W^ta- New Yea? and
thtl Jin"''. "^ ^ FCaSt f Tho^ fcrW,^ ? XT' ^ indHidual- he so desired, could
ring a private offering on these days.
Custom N three years. Some say
that this Ls the age when the chilli
speaks fluently.
Some authorities saj that a
child under this age should not
wear a Talith Katun. The reason
for this Is that the life of a hu-
man being is compared to the life
Of a tree. In the case of a tree, its
fruit is forbidden for three yean
the first three years of its
existence I Deuteronomy 20:19>.
Tints, some people regard a!
child of less than three years as'
not being ready for dedication to;
holy commandments. It is inter- i
eating that some people will not!
cut the hair of a child younger
than three years old because of
the same reason i.e.. just as a|
tree does not have its fmit plucked i Fridav K '' nm Rabbi Harry Jolt-
In the first ,hr...> vears so XL. .h l2El: 2^fif>" TO"l2KJ^-?tt:
MIAMI BEACH
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever. 17
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox
Rabbi Berel Wein. 18
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BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir.
Sky. Cantor Maurice Mamchee. 18
BETH RAPHAEL (Temple!. 1545
Jefferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh. 201
BETH SHOLOfcP" ( Temple). 4144 '
Chaae Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kromsh Cantor David Conviser. 21
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEwi<^
CENTER. 1720 79th Street r^
way. North Bay VmaaTcirS^!
tivt. Cantor Carl Bender. 3V .
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
ADATH VESHURUN (TempHl 107,
NE Miami Garden. Or. cVn.ervf
t.ve. Rabbi Milton Schlin.h,. c"
tor Nathaniel Schub *y
BETH TORAH. NE t4th St. at 11th
A1*. Coneorvativo. R.bb. Ma, Lip.
achitx. Cantor Jacob Renter. 34
BNAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW ia> st
Conservative. Rabbi Charlee Rubel
Cantor Jack Lomer. 3(
SINAI (Templo) of NORTH DADE
18801 NE 22nd Ave. Reform. Ra"b,
Ralph P. Kingsley. Cantor lr,na
Shvlhes. 3?
Friday x:15 p m. Saturd.iv 19:38 (ll
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18151 NE
1ttl Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah F
Caplan. 3S
YOUNG ISRAEL* ~OF GREATrR
MIAMI, too NE 171at St. Orthodox
Rabbi Naftali Ponton. 3
CORAICABUS
JUDEA (Temple). 5600 Granada Blvd
Reform. Rabbi Morna Kipper 40
ZAMORA (Temple) 44 Zamora Ave
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell Berg.
or. 41
PYtday fi p.m Satunlav <-4-. a m
FT. lAUDHrDAlf
BETH ISRAEL (Templo). 547 E Oak-
land Park Blvd. Rabbi Sheldon Ed
wards. Cantor Maur.ce Neu. <~
EMANU-EL. 3245 W. Oakland Par.
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Arthur j Ah-
rams. Cantor Jerome Klement, 43
POMf AN0 BEACH
SHOLOM (Temple). 132 SE 11th Av
Conservative. Rabbi Morris A. Skun
Cantor Ernest Schroiber. 49
mmi
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION
9?9S Harding Ave.. Surfs.dr. Town
Hall Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac D. Vinr
_ 50
HAILANOAIE
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER t.'*
NE 1st Ave. 4*
HOtlYWOOO
BETH EL (Temple). 1351 S. loth Ave
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. 45
Friday s is p ni l>r Sidney Rahl *
will Mitk on: "is Thr jViiitk an i- >
Yanli-hliic
in the first three years so does thi-
"human tree" not have its hair cut
during the first three years
It is Interesting to note that
recent psychological and educa- beth yoseph~cha.m cangrega.
row's KrUKtratlmi-- Satunl.iy 10:46
n m.
BETH TFILAM 935 Euclid Ave. Or.
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-
aky. 22
'/.mfixiuaman:;.,
VSSB8I
tional developments have shown
that a child begins to lie very
absorbtive at the age of three.
Why is it euntoniary for the
bride (or the bride and (frooni)
to he blessed by Hit- nibbl and
the parents before the ceremony
of marriage?
This has been said to emulate
! the action of the Almightv Him-
j sell whom ttie scriptures depict as
j having blessed Adam and Eve in
! the Garden of Eden (Genesis 1:28).
The parents, who gave birth to
the couple, and the Almightv Him-
self, represented by the rabbi who
oversees the religious performance
are like the partisan in tlie Crea-
tion of the individuals who are to
be married. They thus confer the
blessing on the individuals jusl
as the Almighty did in the Garden
of Eden (Shulehan A.uch Harav,
A blessing generally indicates
the WLSh and prayer that happi-
ncss should grow and spread and
that the occasion be the beginning
of good tidings instead of beinc
an end in itself.
18 Contestants Modeling
When the Women's Cancer As-
sociation of the Unhvrsitv of Mi-
ami present* its eighth annual
Miss Universe Luncheon and
Fashion Show Monday in the
Grand Rallroom of the FcJnt.iine-
Meau Hotel. 18 Miss Universe
contestants will model fashions by
Saks Fifth Avenue and -Mrs.
Best Dressed Miami" will be se-
lect.-d from the audience All pro-
ceeds go towards cancer rest-arch
in Dade County.
BETH SHALOM (Temple). 1728 Mon
roe St. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Cantor Irving Oo*d. 4
SJNAI (Temple). 1J01 Johr.se* St
Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro
Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun. 47
---------
MHUMA*
ISRAEL (Templo) 8920 SW 38th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Elliot J. VV.no
grad. Cantor Abraham Kostee. 48
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MARGATf
MARGATE JEWISH CENTER 6101
NW Sth St.
TION. 843 Meridian Avenue. 22.A
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox. | _
Rabbi dow ^oiencw.,g Terrorists Attack Camp
EMANU-EL (Temple). 1701 Washing. I TEL AVIV JTAI An
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman Cantor 2vi Adler. 24
Saturday Sam.
HOrROMhCAiMV 2* HWrN
Gros? 'bb' A,e,"naer S
CNG- AN.NE.TL~(Br.ricri of He-
f:'\A"ttmy) 7,h 8t- and Maria.
B.n uVTi.iOr,h0d0"- R,bbi Abrgham
JAsv(LBan^.1OHEN COMMUNITY
Ave OMh^ 'i?2 W.ehington
Ave. orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H
Stern. Cantor Meyer Engel "i
"WWH 'WAE*L. MM Elcuid Ave
?.n,^ .k "^bbi 'vid l-ehrfield
Cantor Abraham Soif. 27
owtx. Cantor Nico^elorn,.rnAbr"^
B
OHEV SHALOM.
Orthodox. Rabbi
man.
fl Bonita Or
Ph.neas Webrr.
30
SEPHAROIC JEWISH CENTER 4 Call.,.. Ave. Rabbi S.di N.hml.. *^
CONGREGATION ETZ euiiu .t,
^^Washington &JS&&&*
Is-
raeli soldier was killed Moml .v
morning durin- a terrorist attack
in the Jehaliyah refugee cturip in
the Gaza Strip: a local woman and
a baby wen- killed in the exchange
of lire following the attack and
two girls were woun later, one terrorist was killed and
another was wounded and cap-
tured by an Israeli patrol north of
Jebaliyah. The dead terrorist was
on th.- wanted list of thv Israel
security forces. Another terrorist
on the wanted list was killed in
the Gaza Strip Sunday night by an
Israeli patrol that shot him when
hi- n-fusisd to halt.
Thd pafe U prepared fct
c-oopfTdrion with the Great**
Miami Rabbinical Association.
Coordinafor 0/ 'he fearuit*
Merin| hert ij
RABfll MAXWElt MftGEX
Sf-mtual LeatfV of
82
(.relWlr.

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TSAmtJ 0/,v.Woh ^ro^r--..
director. Community Chaplaincy Service
^""ftite- ^e Still Small Voice
it S 0f ,ne F*hers"
Host: RabW So. Landau, IVth David COngregnUon
' '".,. .. -
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1 Friday. July 16. 1971
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Max Lerner
Sees It
NEW YORK It ended welL By ruling against prior re-
straints <>f the publication of the secret Pentagon Papers the
Supreme Court in nn extraordinary set of opinion* gave
the people a July 4 present, and reaffirmed ;i Declaration of
i*rcss Independence. "Great cases makes bad law." Justice
Oliver Wendell Holmes once said, meaning that the intense
publicity and pressure often distort the calmer Judgments.
Chief Justice Warren Burger evidently felt this, hence his re-
mark that the court ha,I been "almost irresponsibly feverisn"
about the press casi s.
My own feeling is that this was one of those "great cases."
but that it made good law, not bad. In the current context of
widespread disbelief iioth in the government and in the press,
the nation needed sum,' kind of guideline that would delimit the
powers of each and restore faith in both. The court weighed
two prime national objectives against each other the right of
the people to know, and the rich! of policy-makers to keep
m nsitive matters secret A majority ot six Judges decided that
prior restraint blanking the story before publication is
unconstitutional unless the government cm make a persuasive
C SC for il on sei'unH grounds. It didn't.
Thi> the First Amendment is given ;>, lority in future clash* s.
and tile government is placed on notice that it must carry a
heavy burden of factual proof about actual dangers, in order t.>
make a prior restraint stick.

THK FIRST EFFECT of this will be a flooding o:' the ]>.'><
with chapters from the Pentagon story, on which the New York
Times no longer has a beat. The next effect will be a revamping
oi the ovcrclassified system of classifying confidential govern-
ment documents.
The best plan --till seems to me to l>e the idea of a cut-off
point in three or five years, with a review board of disinterested
men other than the classifiers to rule on the exceptions.
Thus one could make certain that a "top-secret" designation
doesn't become a self-protective dodge to ke< p blunders or
shenanigans hidden.
Beyond that the effect would probably be to tighten seein-
Itj inside future administrations, lest similar leaks occur at the
hands of disillusioned staff people. Rut the best way to handle
'bit is not l\v censorship of the press but by picking staffers
carefully maintaining their morale and their trust. This in turn
e;m be tehie\,.', only by git iter prudence >>f derisions and greater
candor in letting 'he people know An administration that loses
credibility with the people "ill lose credibility with its own
["ou bet policies won't solve it. because once the ement
of trust crumbles th leaks are bound to multiply beyond any
control.
thk MNON-MiTCiii-.u. dceivnr, to ask for a restraining
er must look, in retrospect, even to the Administration of-
.! like an unwise one. They must have done i' as a con-
tainment measure, to keep the Hd on disclosures beyond this
particular set of pipers. The move to indict Daniel Ellsberg was
i o iblj also : art ,'< the containment strategy. It would have
been wiser all around, even politically, for Nixon to say that
history is history, that the war decisions were not of his making.
thai the people deserve to know what happened, and that he
WOUld toCUS on (I scngaging. Hut tint would have meant a daring
1 imaginative leap beyond Nixon'- habit or personality. So
N xon and Mitchell took the more conventional path of bur-
eaucrats, and stumbled, and got pretty bruised.
As for the .Supreme Court, it has re-established its central
place in tiie attention of the people. As the judges showed in
their questioning of counsel during the arguing of the case, and
in their opinions, every justice is very much an individual. But
the} are also part ot a larger operation, in which they too like
the press and the Administration must remain credible if
constitutional government is to work.
PRESIDENTS makk MISTAKES. Even Jefferson blund-
d for awhile In moving to suppress newspapers for their
"torrent of slander." But be regained Ins balance, and his deep-
est thinking lay in his query. "Wh< ther freedom of discussion.
unaided by power, is not sufficient whether a government,
.ducting itsell With leal and purity, and doing no act which
it would l>e unwilling the whole world would witness can be
written down by falsehood and defamation."
For some years successive Presidents have been unwilling
for the world to witness the context of the decisions made on
the Vietnam*-.-,- war. But the process of resolving the clash
between necessary freedom and nee.-.vy >r-eurity has been
enacted with th.' whole world as Witness. And that is decidedly
on the credit-side for America.
Tormenting Rectal Itch
Of Hemorrhoidal Tissues
Promptly Relieved
In many cases Preparation H
gives prompt, temporary relief
from such pain and itching
and actually helps shrink
swelling of hemorrhoidal tis-
sues caused by inflammation.
Testa by doctors on hun-
dreds of patients showed this
to be true in many cases. In
fact, many doctors, them-
selves, use Preparation H"' or
recommend it for their fam-
ilies Preparation H ointment
or suppositories.
JACK FRANKENSTEIN
Jack Frankenstein
Joins Area Staff
Of AJCommittee
Jack Frankenstein, who has)
joined the Florida area staff of
the American Jewish Committee
. assistant Florida area director.
received his Master's degree fro
the University of Pennsylvania
Graduate School il Social Work
has worked in va ious Feden -
[ tions and Jewish agi n :ies in Ncv
1 York and Miami. His experience
I includes being a Psychiatric S >-
Cial Worker for the .lewish Chll 1
Care Association and Dlrecto*
i Social Service at Blythedalc Hos-
' pital in New York.
I
In Miami. Mr. Frankenstein has
been the District Director of a'
local Family and Children's Agen-
cy and Director of the Social Serv-;
ice Department at the Jewish,
Rnme 'or the Aged of Greater
Miami.
i
Formerly on the faculty of the;
I New York University Graduate
School, and on toe field 1 teult;. '
of the Florida State S ik 1 oi S >-
cial Welfare, he i- a member ol
i the Academy of Cert f'-.il Soc il
Workers, th American Chcmic
Society, and the American Arbitra-
tion Association.
Carner Declares
I Extra Dividend
The Board of Directors of the
Carner Bank Ol Miami Beach has
declared a semi-annual dividend
i of IS cents per share th.' fourth
insecutivc semi-innual divkk n '
: paid by the growing hank and
n extraordinary dividend of 10
cents per l> I r
Stephen H. Carner. president of
the Carner Bank and chairman'
of the Board tvh i made the an- j
nouncement stated that th bank's
> i atly incre -d i I >r th
-i h .if ,.r 1971 d'et t d *'i ex-
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holders.
"Desp 'e the current national
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Friday. July 16. 1971
Edward H. Wentworth, Jr., editor of the Hollywood Florida
Sun Tattler, who recently visited Israel with a select group
of U.S. newspapermen, is pictured above after briefing some
of the leaders of the Miami Beach Zionist District with Can-
tor Saul Breeh, (left) chairman of the Miami Beach Zionist
Luncheon Club, Judge Nelan Sweet, president of the Miami
Beach Zionist District, Gil Rappaport, director of the South-
east Region ZOA, and Sidney Raymond, (right) national
vice president of the Zionist Organization of America.
Schwartzman, Berger
To Attend Conference
Attending the Internationa! Con-
ference of Bureau of Jewish Edu-
cation directors in Jerusalem, Is-
rael, will be Dr. Louis Schwartz-
man, executive director of the
Bureau of Jewish Education and
Herbert Berger. a<>ociate director,
according t'i Jack Popick. presi-
dent of the Bureau.
The Conference, which will be
held under the auspices ol th->
American Association of Jewish
Education and the department of
Education and Culture of the Jew-
ish Agency in Je/usalem from
July 30 through Aug. 15. will deal
with objectives and motivation in
Jewish education: Jewish school-
ing in the United States with nir-
education and Jewish school cur-
riculum. The workshops will also
include extensive material on the
state of Israel which can be used
by Jewish educators in the schools
of America.
Plans for the conference are
now being completed by Dr. Abra- [
ham Gannes of the Jewish Agency \
and Isaac Toubin who represents |
the American Association of Jew-'
ish Education.
WC Holiday Weekend Confab
Max Gleiberman. secretary of'
The Workmen's Circle Southern !
Jon Committee, advises that
the office i n.O Lincoln Rd., is
Dr. William A. Wexler, presi-
dent of B'nai B'rith, was elected
chairman of the World Con-
ference of Jewish Organizations
at its annual meeting in Ge-
neva. He succeeds Dr. Nahum
Goldmann, president of the
World Jewish Congress, chair-
man of CO JO since its founding
14 years ago as a coordinating
and consultative body embrac-
ing major Jewish groups in the
United States, Great Britain,
Europe, Canada, Latin America,
Australia, South Africa and Is-
rael. Dr. Wexler, who is also
chairman of the Conference of
Presidents of Major American
Jewish Organizations, has been
COJO cochairman for the past
six years.
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Mint Sinai Hospital Presents School To
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ie now Fred Ascher Allied
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faking the presentation of the
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Mount Sinai executive vice
sident, Samuel Gertner. Dr.
ert McCabe of the North
ipus and Dr. M. Dunne Han-
of the South Campus accept-
[the building on behalf of Miami-
ie.
lie building will he leased to
kmi-Dade for $1 a year.
ne center took one year to
Id and will house five of the
pllied health programs offered
ugh the North Campus' Divi-
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?n> than 500 students and 32
jlty members will use the
nology and medical record technol-
ogy programs, and the one-year
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first fired the British governor-
general. Sir Maurice Dorman.
He then ordered NATO's^ navaL
commander. South, the brilliant
and courageous Adm. Gino Brin-
delli, off the island.
HE HAS since ordered Malta's
vital port and naval facilities to
be closed to ships of the Sixth
Fleet. And he has demanded im-
mediate renegotiation" of Mal-
ta's defense treaty with Britain.
The general thrust of the poli-
minister is therefore easy to
determine. The permanent de-
nial of Malta to the U.S. Sixth
Fleet is an obvious possibility.
It may even be a serious prob-
ability.
THE THREAT could hardly
come at a worse time. Since No-
vember, to l>e sure, some effort
has been made to strengthen the
Sixth Fleet. But to quote a high
naval staff officer, the Sixth
Fleet has for some time been
"out-numbered, out-gunned and
obsolete" in relation to the new
Soviel naval power in the
Mediterranean.
To give just one grim illus-
tration, there were 14 Soviet
submarines operating in the
Mediterranean in late Novem-
ber. Yet our antisubmarine war-
fare equipment was so anti-
quated that we knew the actual
locations of no more than two
or three of these Soviet subs!
NO WONDER, then, that the
Sixth Fleet had hardly dared to
operate in strength in the cru-
cial eastern basin of the Mediter-
ranean for at least a year before
the Jordanian crisis'. No wonder
that the American ships only
ventured into the eastern basin
on President Nixon's direct or-
der and mostly scuttled out again
99 soon as last September's cri-
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Soviets!
It can bo seen, then& how pro-
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| Soviet and U.S. calculations
about the Mediterranean and
the Middle East with all that
this can mean for Israel. And
one must add to this rather grim
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election in Iceland, also unre-
IKjrted. may easily cost the U.S.
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+Jenist ftcrkiiar
Friday, July ig
1971
SOOK REVIEW
By Seymour B. liebman
Books On Israeli Military Problems
%A/IH :N ISRAEL OAINBD control of Hie West
" Rank Which Jordan had seized by aggression
in 1948 it was faced with the unforeseen problem
_ of governing a million Arabs.
ShabbJai Teveth tells the story of
isi ari's capture of this territory
and the consequences. The pro-
tagonist of the account in The
Caned Blessing (Random House,
S8.95I is Zvi Offer, a man recalled
to service just prior to the Six-
Day War. Offer, a Lieutenant
Colonel (res.), who was named
the military' governor of Nablus. recounts how he
secured the co-operation of the Arabs who had con-
trolled the utilities and the economy of the area.
The progression from initial amicable relation-
sh ps to school strikes, terrorism and the discov-
ery of arms caches combine to make a suspenseful
account. It is skillfully related despite occasional
slow iwcing. The account is told from the point ot
view of the Arabs as well as Israelis. The removal
of suspicions, the initial flexible policies of Dayan
i later reversed by his superiors in the Cabinet!,
and the volatile changes m some of the Arab lunr-
tionarics created additional complexities in situa-
tions which were laden with significant difficulties
to tax the wisdom of Solomon.
The book offers no prognostications It is a
Journalistic account with little editorializing. The
Cursed Blessing is but one of several lx>oks. all
written by Israelis, which make one point: the gov-
erning elite of Israel have not known and still do
not know how to dial with the Arabs.
Shimon Peres, former Deputy Minister of De-
tense, in his book. David"* siine i Random House.
$8,951, may be cited in support of the above dis-
maying statement. Peres begins his inside story ,:
how Israel developed her military Strength by sav-
ing that Israel's security problem is unique because
Our film folk:
By HERBERT G. LUFT
Richard Benjamin In Title Role
I'opyrlfrhl i '.'11. .l v\ i'li T< i.-u'i a|hh Agency, Inc.)
va/vKM.i; BROS, has signed Kichaid Benjamin
for the highly controversial role of the sex-
I riven Alexander Portnoy in writer-producer- dlrec-
. tor Ernest Lehman's film version
Philip Roth's novel. Benjamin
who starred in "Dairj "I a .Mad
w it.." m :!! porli ay Portnoy
both as a teenager and as the 32-
ycar-old member of Mayor John
Lindsay's New York administra-
tion. Lehman feels thai Benjamin
baa both the emotional range and
. omedy skill lor the title i ole of
Portnoy*s Complain;." with Karen Black, Acad-
my Award nominee for "Five Easy Pieces" in the
iart of the woman described by Roth as a highly
rotic and highly exotic fashion model.
Phyllis Newman portrays a top role in To
Find a Man." the Columbia picture now before the
ameras in New York, with Irving Pincus produc-
: and Arnold Sehulman directim,' from his own
screen pli y. In a sharp departure from her musical
Ion ami nighl club appearances,
us- Newman essays the character of a society
ady who finds hersi If coping with the pi il
' sophisti atcd, promiscuous teenage daughter
Phyllis, it: real In. the wife ol playwright-lyricist
\dolph On en has stai iway in
lys Are for Sleeping" and "Th Tree" and
I liday in i: Us An Ringing" in
maJ road company.
Paul Marcus, one of Germany's leading column-
-'s befon tii'' advent of Hitlerism who fled to Eng-
iind to join the British armies in World War II.
elebratcd his 70th birthday in London where he
onducts a weekly Personal bulletin for the past .16
ears. Long a British citizen. Marcus who writes
nder th.- pseudonym of "Pern" reports on the
whereabouts of celebrities from the continent, such
at Otto Preminger, Billy Wild.-. Frit/ Lang, and
Marlene Dietrich, who went int.. exile during th
period of the Nazi regime. "Pern" was th
Jewish refugee from Germany to attack Hitler in
the daily press of London. The "Evening Standard"
of the British capital, remembering his courageous
stand, recently saluted him in a headlini stor> con-
cluding with "'Pern' is mightier than the Sword."
Bernard Donnenfeld, formerly vice presidi nt "!
Paramount, with Robert Wise and Mark 1:
has formed a new production company, the Filmak-
crs Group, releasing via Columbia. Th.- tiist pic-
ture to go into the studio is. "Craig and .loan" a
non-fiction story by Eliot Asinol which chronicles
the "Suicide-for Peace" pact of two students, a
boy-girl romar.ee disturbed by war ending in trag-
edy. The factual account has been the subject of
controversy ever since < tctob r ol 19
Kurt Vonnegut, Jr.. is the author ol Hi.' novel,
"Slaughterhouse-Five," now before tl i in i is in
Pragw CSR for Universal Pi. tm- '!"'. storj
t. is around the destruction of the East G
city .if Dresden by Allied planes in World M
but it is no apology, rather a strongly-ph
iu ti-war allegory with the past and present :
in an unique cinematii statement that t ,i- the
viewer from Belgium and Dresden to a march of
Amei I. an pi;- il. i- .,i the x /.- i ph tograph
I cations In Pragui i, on to the non-ex I ity ol
Ilium ami t.. the imaginary plan, t of Tralfan d I ir
Roy Hill directs for producer Paul Mo
with newcomer Michael Sacks in the much .... t<
i. I ..I the ex-prisoner ol war who travels in th.-
fourth dimension. Ron I.eibman. who achieved star-
dom in his motion picture debut as George S
brother in "Where's Poppa?" appears opposit.
Sacks and so does New- York stage actress Sharon
Cans, who won the Obie Award in 1966.
As We Were Saying: By ROBfRT g. SEGAl
Behind The Jerusalem Attack
IN RK< KNT WKK.KS, hard-liners opposed to the
State of Israel's Jerusalem policies and plans
lave unleashed a propaganda attack bearing signs
of originating at high international
levels. The obvious attempt Ls to
prevail upon Po|>e Paul VI to sub-
ordinate his fears over further in-
cursions by Soviet Russia in the
Middle East and Africa while tak-
ing a tougher stand against Israel.
A hundred years ago, there were,
roughly. 5,000 Christians, 7.000
Moslems, and 12.000 Jews in Jeru-
salem, Today, the figures run to about 12,000
Christians. .">-4,000 Moslems, and 200,000 Jews
When Israel was born, the Proclamation of
Independence stated: "It (the new Statel will main-
tain complete (quality of social and political right!
lor all its citizens, without distinction of creed,
race ar.d sex. It will guarantee freedom of religion
and conscience, of language, education and culture.
It will safeguard the Holy Places of all religions
It will remain loyal to the United Nations Charter."
In the light of that declaration, what has Is
rael's record been with regard to Jerusalem? And
what is the record of those who continue to try
to deny the right of indei>endence and sovereignty
to Israel?
When the United Nations, anxious to protect
the Holy Places and to ensure access thereto, origin-
ally recommended internationalization of Jerusalem
Israel voiced acceptance. Jordan not only refused
the proposal but went on to annex the Old City ol
Jerusalem even after the armistice of 1949.
Having failed with its originul call for inter.
nationalization of Jerusalem, the C.N. tried again
in 1949; but that proposal was so unworkable that
the United States itsdf Dejected it. Israel sug-
gested functional internationalization, giving the
U.N. the opportunity to establish an authority to
supervise the Holy Places. Jordan said no. Is, a. I
tried again Jordan remained adamant and went ..
to establish a frightful record for maltreatment
of Holy Places. No Jews were ever allowed by
Jordan to worship at the Western Wall; the ancient
Jewish quarter was ravaged; all of old Jerusalem's
seven great main synagogues and dozens ot smaller
ones were wiped out. Never has Jordan denied that
her forces took up Jewish tombstones and used
them as flooring for Jordanian legion barracks and
fortifications pariiapa the ultimate in desecration
Vet here we are f.day wilh a pro|ia,.ai; ,
Claim on the part ol Utterly bias, ,1 Chi-,,,,,- .,. |
Moslems declaring that Israel is tightening a ghetto
noose about their throats and stiffly refusing to
leave Jerusalem once more at th.. mercy of -urn,
who m the past have proved contemptuous ..I the
religions and civil rights of Jews.
Catholics in America and elsewhere mav want
to search the facts carefully before they accept the
clatms of the propaganda ontrepcn.u.M now storm,
mg the gates of the Vatican.
its prime factor is the totality of Arab hostility."
Peres, however, does not consider that Arab hos-
tility for decades prior to 1948 might have bean
avoided if the members of the first and saconi
yah had known how to deal with Arabs. The inflexi-
bility of the early socialists, their chauvinism
veneration Of their principles, and their lack .,t
empathy toward the Arabs created son.,..
most, of the Aral) hostility.
Peres admits that "neither the fathers of the
Zionist Movement nor the founders of modern Israi
envisaged the alm>st constant need to keep
one hand on the defensive sword." They saw Ara
a- the) Imagined ot wasted them to he rather than
as they were.
Mure precise editing would have improved the
author's disjointed style. There are several persona
opinions of the author which are questionable. The
value ol the liook is solely in its contribution to
the military history of Israel.
Israel Newsletter
By CARL ALPERT
Israelis Play Ping Pong
aj\ FELLOW townsman, nn. ..i Haifa's lead-
ing citi ns David Hacohen, has had ... %
citing career H< was educated at the Mllitarj i
il. Istanbul; he served as
i ..ir of Haifa under an A
mayoi. he worked in Intelli i
[during World War II. he was Is-
. Minister to Burma: hi
..Iher ih amat Ic missi n -
-mi.' of which he .an not yet
.all; a!.
Hut In recent wi i Us he li
. -..in tu i. call a significant >
orj ef whal might have been but was not I
r ;., ails [reel}
It was the memorj of how Israel had be,
the "t establishing diplomatic relations a.
the People's Republic "I China, with warm n
couragement from Peking. At the last moment *
I would America saj We drew b
In 1950, nly four months after 'he Coin
proclaimed their Republic undi Premier Cho
I I,;,, [srael formal!; recognized the new si
i first countrj In t'l. Middle East to do so. In
sanv yiar n it the U.N, to give th.- Chines
i'. ,, munists i at The \: i I i Ither oppos
Vlinisti i tu Burn i
i ';ii !!.! nun upon that fine countrj I
sav that the post was looked upon her.- as a
wi) tot ntin Orient Hacohen, convivial at
extrovert, mad. fi iends i I quickly with
corps. When Chou I
I- I in, the Chinese Am1
introduc l him to the friendlj and sympathet
raeli. Ai Im .i ition to i I P. king .11 wed.
In response to that invitation Hocohcn hes
a commercial mission which spent over a montl
China ,u 1996. They were warmly rec.iv.-d and wi I
giv. u every possible hint that China was mad) I
diplomatic relations, Hacohen told me. There was
even talk as to which building would serve
Israel's embassy in Peking.
Addressing the Chinese Peoples Congress, Chi
En-Lai publicly announced that China was prepar-
ing to establish diplomatic relations with Afghanis-
tan and Israel.
Hacohen cabled his report back home and asked
for Immediate decision so that be could pro...
further. This was the right psychological mo-
ment," he recalled, and the excitement returned t
his voice. But the air in Jerusalem had chilled. Wait
until the Chinese send a mission here first, he was
told. Maybe we should woo India Instetad. What
will our American friends think of this?
Hacohen fumed, but it was too late. The proud
Chin.se did not wait to be rebuffed. The swinging
bamboo curtain suddenly became solid, and even
Isr.i. I .fi, it then after to reopen lines of commuiu
1 I'""' tailed A few months later the Bandung Con-
fer.,,,-, was held, and China made common ca
with the Arabs,
Today now winds are blowing. China's fetid
with Russia puts things in a different light. The
^opening Of the Site* Canal would expose th.
COaatS ol China to Rmala's massive fleet. Chou Eg-
Lai su.id. nly has discovered reasons of Ma own
tor wanting to keep the Canal closed.
To be sure a change of policy may not take
PMce over night, but in international affairs th.
wise country must always be prepared for the u-
"Peetad. Who would have thought, even a far
months ago. that President Nixon would be making
overtures to China? Israel must be alert not to re-
peat the mistakes of the past.
The Americans are not the only ones who play
Plhg pong. We are good at that game to..

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JTICE OF ACTION
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rida, within six calendar raontha from
lh. lim. of the fi,st publication here-
of, or ihe same will i. barred
Hated at Miami, Florida, this Till
day of July A.n. 1071.
la IRA Si'llH 'ARTZ
As Executrix
I'list publication of this notice on
tin iKih day of July. 1<>71
TAI.I A MiFF HAIKU
Attorn, v for Executrix
4i'n Lincoln Road
.Miami Beach, Florida 3313*
7/li-:'3-sn K s
NOTICE OF ACTION
I THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OT FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DA6MCOUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
No. 70-13203
GERALTMNi; U HUMPHREYS,
PUIntlft
RANK It \ YM<"iNH IICMPHRETB,
Defenda t
'O: PRAM; IIAYMI INI)
HUHl'HI'.FYS
You. I V. .. I! \'i \|. \l> lll'.M-
""''M.;'" hereby notified that a
II of inolaint for Invorce has
en fileil ^.m-i v..u, and you are
quired t, ,,r An-w-
or Payilim: t" the Kill of Comnlaint
the plaintiffs attorney, l'.w'l.
1TNB1 SIL.VEH8TEIN, KYV1T-
"BY Kl:oi>r. I'.'n I.in. ..In Road,
ml *.i h. Florida and file Ihe
K^ftl A: '.r or Pleading; in the
5 of tl I. rk .f the Circuit Court
or batoi. the 6th day of Aumiat,
^B" ':mI ludmiii nt liy
fault wi1 he taken acainst you for
relief demanded in the Hill of
int.
re shall be publlahed once
for four Consecutive weeks
BWISH I'l < IRIDIAN.
n ORDERED at Miami.
a 83th day or June A 1>
UEATRERM \N. Clerk
art. Had,- CountV, Florida
It M K188EE
Denuty Clerk
ri S.-al)
nCET
BIN. KWITNEY
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
No. 71-13115
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In Id The Marriage Of:
BVET.TN TYSii\. wife and
samtki. JEROME TYSON,
huaband,
I'' samii:i. JERdME TYSON
IS31 Lenox Place
Itahway. New Jersey
YOU ARE HEREBY notified that
a Dissolution of Marriage ha- been
flh d again*! you. and you ar. here-
by required lo serve ., copj of >our
answer ..r other pleading t" the peti-
tion on the wife's attorney, LESTER
RfXIERS, whose ; ,|,tr. ss is 147.4 N.W.
17th Avenue. Miami. Florida 3312B and
fill Hi. original with ill. Cl.rk of the
above ntyled c,.urt. on or before the
lMh day of Auiruat 1971 or a Defaull
Will be entered analnsl \ "ii
DATED this lull d.iv .j' July, 1071
F. H LEATHERMAN
Clerk of Cifuii Court
By: i: M. Kissii:
,i 'Ircull Court s.ai.
7 '-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
I i hi: IS HEREBY lilVEN thai
1 ii lerslfiii, .1 ,1. sin: u t" engage
i l-ll-i Ii Ht li,id. r tin fictitious i ..in-
ill SANFORD I. KVI.YK, At I at 80S
Lincoln I'.oad. Miami ll.a.h. Fla. ili-
len.is .. reglater said nami with the
Clerk .f th. Circuit Court of Dadi
County. Florida
SANFORD I.KVIN'K. M D.. P.A
8PARBER, ZKMI'.I ROSKIN
A HEILBRONNER PA.
Attorni \ s for applii am
i"" \ llii e.n a-- Boulevard
.Miami. Fla 33133
7 I r.-'.": '." s I
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO. 71-13133
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
DONNA 8WANTEK, wife, and
RONALD EDWIN SHAN IKK.
husband.
TO: RONALD EDWIN BWANTEK
S4 Wood-iile
i:.\\ ill.. Michigan
You. RONALD EDWIN BWANTEK,
a,.- hereby notified that a Hill of
Complaint f,,r Divorce ha- been filed
against you, and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading t.. the Hill of Complain) on
tin- Plaintiffs attorney, STONE &
SOSTCHIN, 101 N.W. 12th Avenue,
Miami. Floncla Phone: 3.18-421'2 and
fib the original Answer or Pleading
in the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 101b
day of AuKUst. 1971. If you fnll to do
so. Judgment by default will be
taken ugainat you for the relief de-
manded in the Hill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FI.'iRIIHAN".
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this Sth day of July A.D.
1971,
17. Ii Lealhorman, Ch rk.
Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida
By: N. A. HEWETT
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal i
IEGAL NOTKE
UAl NOTKE
I STONE & SOSTCHIN
1"l N.W. 18th Avenue
Miami. Florida 33130
Attorneys for Plaintiff
7/18-23-80 s c
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY iilVK.\ thai
ill, undersigned dealrlng to engagi
in business under the fictitious name
..f ASSOCIATES IN MEDICINE at
383 Arthur Godfrey Road, Miami
Beach. Florida Intend lo register Raid
name with Ihe Clerk of the Circuit
curt of Dade Count) Florida
I'US KI'CKI,. I.KSSF.lt.
SII.VERMAN. BERNER A
FIEDEI lb '1 'IV.. P A
by: Leonard M. Silv .rina n
Secretary
STANLEY It RICHARD
Attornej for applicants
SOU I in. "in Road
Miami Bi a. h. Fla 83188
7 | 23 10 "
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-2461
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
TESSIE LEDBRMAN
Dcceam d
'I'.. All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present a*ny claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of TESSIE LEDERMAN
leci d late of Dade County, Flor-
ida, to th. i ..unty Judges of Dade I
County, and file the same in dupli- i
i n.I as provided in section 733.16, j
Florida Statutes, in their offices In
lb.- Count) Courthouse In l^^^i' Coun-
ty, Florida. within .-i\ calendar
months from the time of the first
I puhh.at..... hereof, or the same will
In ham d.
Dated at Miami. Florida. Ibis 28th
da) -I June, \ 11 1971.
RI i.NAI.D 1.. DAVIS
Attorni j for Estate
.\s Exet utor
of the Estate of Tessle Ledermnn
l-'iist publication ..f this nolli
2i .1 da) of .litlv. A D. 1971.
l:i INAIJ i l. DAVIS
Altome) t",' Estate of
ssie i ..-ii. i ma ii. deceased
41T lllscayne Building
19 IV Flagler Street
Miami. Floi Ida 33130
7 2-9-111-23
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
SOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN Ihai
the undersigned desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of NORTH MIAMI TV SALES AND
SERVICE al -" N 1-: lL'Tth Street,
North Miami. Fla. intend to ri
raid .niie with ii... Clerk of Ihi i' i
cult Court of Dadi County, Florida.
SHELDON M GBRBER
JACK STEVENS
Morton It Zemel
Attorney for applicants
I87S N R ISSrd Str.-t
North Miami Bi ach, Flo
7 K-28-30 8 ;
NOTICE UNDER
FCTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, d.-.siring to engage
ri business under the fictitious name
if MAZ CHEMICAL COMPANY at
111" N.E. 103rd Street, North .Miami
Reach, Fla. intend* to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
S. M SCHACK
i! j:. ; -:-:>-t\
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NivTIck is F-SREBY GIVEN thai
th. undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of FIDELITY REAL ESTATE IN-
VESTMENTS ai Mill s yv (4th Court,
South Miami. Fla. Intends U> registi
said name with the Clerk of Ihe Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
DAY ID A, ROSENBLATT
7 2-9-16-23
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
ibe undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of ALL FLORIDA CARPET SALES
at L'S'i N W 7:ir,l Street. Miami. Flo-
rida intend to register said name with
the Clerk "f the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
RAY VIOND I.KNSKY
l.nris JEROSLOW
NBT.SON A FEI.DMAN
\iiot!-.> s for Part ners
1 ISS Kan.- i '..ti. nurse
Miam Reach, Florida 33154
m; ...-.7li,
7 2-9-H-2S
notice of action
in the circuit court of the
eleventh judicial circuit
of Florida in and for
dade county. civil action
No. 71.12401
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
MAROAKET LICK,
Plaintiff
WALTER K I.1CK,
Defendant
Tt): WALTER E. LICK
1"| West Mam Sireet
Rlpley, N.w York
You. WALTER E. LICK, are here-
by notified that a Complaint for Di-
y.'i'.'e has bun filed against you,
and you are required to serve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Complaint on th.- Plaintiffs attorney,
JACK .I TAPPER, 1700 N.W. 7th
Street, .Miami, Florida MIL'S and file
the original Answer or Pleading In
the office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 2nd day of
August. |71. If y,,u fail to do so.
judgment b) default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN.
DONE AND (IRDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 2!uli day of June A.D.
1*71.
E. It. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dad. c.'Un'v. Florida
By: N. A. HEWETT
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
JACK J TAPPER
17'i'i N.W. 7th BTREET
Miami. Florida 88123
Attorney for Plaintiff
848*4856
____________________________7/8-9-16-88
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
CHAPTER 20722
ACTS OF 1941
File No. 71 A 392
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Samtn-I Schwartl, holder of City of
Miami Tax Sale Certificates number-
ed ".".7 and 1759, issued the 89th day
of .May A D 1969, has filed sam. In
ray office, and has made application
for a tax deed lo be Issued thereon.
Said certificates embrace the follow-
ing des, til.ed property, in th. County
Of Dane. Slat. ..,- Florida, to wit:
T/>t 1:1 Block is, East IJberty City
Homeaites, Plat Hook in page 38,
Section 14, Township .'': South. Range
41 East. In the County ..r Dade, State
of Florida, as embraced In Certificate
\" :::.7. Th.- assessment .f aald pro-
pert) under the said certificate Issu-
ed was in th. num.. of Thomas But-
ton At w Rowena.
Thi- deed will Issued subject lo ail
other outstanding delinquent Count)
\:\>- and 197a County taxei and Cit)
of Miami Liens
Lots S-9 a:- 12 Rick 34, Waddella
11, -til. 1 -b. 1 lloi k t Page '' in the
County of Dad... State of Florida, as
embraced In Certificate No. I7S9 The
assessment of said property under the
said ei rtlflcate Issued was |n tin name
.1 YYm x- |ri 1 Meehlowlts,
This deed will hi Issued subject to all
other nutatunding delinquent County
taxi :,! 197a c.-uiity taxes and City
of Miami 1.
said certificates shall be 1. -
deemed according lo law, the property
described hen n will be sold i. the
highest bidder for cash at the Ci url
House d.-or on the first Monday in
Hi. month of August, a D 1971, which
is the 2nd day .1 August A.D. 1971.
Dated ibis 28lh day ,.r June A.D.
1971.
K H I EATHERMAN
clerk circuit Court,
Daile County. Florida
By: P F. OCI D8TRAND
Deputy Cbrk
(Circuit '"Ui 1 s.al 1
7 2-9-16-23
IN THE CIVIL COURT OF RECOR Z.
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
No. 71-7191
NOTICE OF ACTION
CARNBR HANK of
MIAMI REACH, a Florida J
banking corporation.
Plaintiff,
vs.
MKI.VIN 1. BARBERNBLL and
.IFDITII E. BARBERNBLL his
Wile. ;
l'efendants
To: M ELY IN I. BAJLBERNELL
and .IFDITH rV
BARHERKELL, his wife
i'eii ndanta
4107 Bobs-ay
Houston. Texas
YOF, MELVIN I- BARBERNHI.L
and .IFDITH K BARBERNBLL I
wife, are hereby notified thai a cor
plaint for Damages has been fib '
against you, and you are r.Mined
rvi a ...py of your Answer or I'lean-
iiig to the Complalnl on the Plai -
tuts attorneys, CYPEN & NEVINS
(Stephen II Cypen), s:'". Arthur Ood-
ire> Road. .Miami Beach, Fiorb
38140. and file the original Answer
Pleading in the offl.....,f the CI, r
of the Civil Court of Record "n or be-
fore Ihe 18th day of Aucus\ 1371. ir
you fall to do ->. judgment by default
will be taken against you for the r -
lief demanded in (he Complaint.
This notice shall be publisl 'ach week for four (4) ronseouU
we.ks ia THE JEWISH FIXiRlDI.V
DONE AND ORDERED at Mint
Florida, thi- xth dav of Julv. 1071
J. F McCRACKEN. Clerk
Ch il Court of Record
Dade County. Florida
By CHARLES C PAGE
Deputy Clerk
(CIVll Court Of Record Seall
CYPEN Ai NEVINS
(Stephen H. Cypen) [
Attorneys ror Plaintiff
825 Arthur I lodfrey Road
-Miami Reach. Florida 3:R4'i
7 16-23-30 s.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT-
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-2390
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
:n RE: Estate of
i'llll IF BEAR
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persi m II.-
11 1 in ". I in.1 ii.is Agal is) s.
::-;.ii,
You .11, hereby notified and r
quired lo present an) claims and aian.ls v. In, h J .-u nun he \ agall
"'.....stale of I'llll.II' BEAR '
d lati "i I'. tie Count) Florli
.. the 1 "ii v .luilu. s ol l lade Cou
t)......l file the same Ii dupllcn
and as provided In Sectn.11 733. is.
Florida Statutes, in their n fii h
th* Coui 11 1 '"in thousi In Dadi 1 !ou
iy Florida, within six calend
months from Ihe lime of ihe ii.
mibllratli n hi n of, or the me w
bt barred
Dated al Miami. Florida, 11 .
da) of Jill.-., A D 1971.
ROSA I IN D REAR
As K\. utrlx
Fin 1 puldti at 1 a. ,.f tnlt
1 (he 16th ill.) "i July. 1971,
lb '\\ ARH R IIIKSi'll
[ Attorne) for tixi 1 111 rix
"list s reel, Miami Beat h, Fla
7 16-33-3 -
iad
Florida
Plaintiff
7/2-9-16-23
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned desiring to engage
in busin.-ss u.ider Ihe fictitious name
of SCIENCE EXHIBITORS at 12200
N w 7th Avenue, North Miami. Fla.
intends to register aald name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court ol
Pa le Count y Florida
LEONARD I. KIMI'.AI I.
7 lii-j.-,-::" '.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 73986- B
IN RE: Estati of
STRAI'SS HANTS,
1.... ., ,1
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
notice is hereby given that I
have filed a Final Report and Peti-
tion for Distribution and Final Dis-
charge as Executor of lh estate or
STRAI'SS CANT/, deceased: and ihat
on the 18th day of August, 1971, "ill
appl) to th. Honorable County Judge*
Inf Dade County, Florida, for approval
of said Final K.-tiort and for distribu-
tion and final discharge BS Bxecutor
of the estate of the above-named
decedent This 2nd day ..f July. 1971,
NATHANIEL F CANTZ.
Executor
MTERS, KAPLAN, PORTER,
LEVINSON .*. KEN IN
Attorn.'\'s
1160 S W First Strait.
Miami. Florida
7 li:-23-30 K 6
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO 71-12247
NOTICE OF SUIT
INCISE BAILEY. 11 k a
l.nl'isi: N NELSl N,
Plaintiff
vs.
RICHARD NEI Si IN and
nci.si in, i,i- wife, If married,
1 leildanls
TO: RICHARD NELSON and
NELSl IN,
bis \i it',.. |f til.,111, d
c 11 l'o RON 4,il
MIAMI 8PRINH8, Fl OR1DA
YOU RICHARD NELSON and
NELSON, Ins nil,
mat tied, uri hereby notified Ihat a
Complaint to Qulel Title has been fil-
ed against you on the following de-
scribed propi rty, to- w ii:
lllock 44. N.t iv. MYRTI i:
HRt IVE. 1ST addition, accord-
ing t. the 1'lat there..1' as record-
ed in Plat Book B7 at Page !. of
the Public ii., ..ids of Dad. Coun-
ty, Florid..: a'k/a 3461 N W 171st
Terrace. 1 Ipa Locka. Florida.
...i you are rcnulred '" serve a cop)
of your Answer or Pleading (o the
Complaint to Quiet Title oil the
Plaintiff's attorney, Ronald 1. Devi*
Baq I' A -417 Blsca) ne Ruilii
\\ Flagler Street, .Miami. Florida
83130Phone: 379-2831, and .,n or be-
fore the :inth. day of Julv. 1971 if ou
fail to do ". judgment by default will
be taken agalnsl you for the r.-li.-f
1. man.bd in the Complaint to yuiet
Title
Thin hall be nubllshed once
each week for f 11" f41 ..,.,-...., n.
1,1 Tin: JEWISH Fl nilU'l IN
DONE AND il'l IERED, al M' iml
Florida, lhl >h dav of Tune, 1971.
i: n I !' ITHBRMAN,
' 1. ... < nit 1 'oiirl
1 lad. 1 "U' V. Floi i''l
By: c r c. ii'Kt AND
D.nuiv ci, rk
(Circuit Court Si al)
7 L'-:'-li;-2S
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
tin- undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
FEM1NA BEAVTY SALON al 168
Sunny Isl.s Boulevard, North Miami
Beach, Fla intend to reglater said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
i Dade County, Florida.
ESTHER WEINSTEIN
JCDY J. AKM 'I D
.SHARON MARTIN'
HAROLD STRCMPK
Attorney for applicants
909 His, a> ne Building
.Miami. Fla.
7 2-9-16-88
Cm t
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY tHVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of Till-: I'l.CM at li'"',-' Blscayne
Boulevard, North Minim 33161 in-
ti ..is to registet said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida
ROYAl. OPERATINO coup
B) BERTRAM LEVINE
BAXTER & FRIEDMAN
Attorneys for Applicant
1875 N F. 163rd S'r, t
North Miami Beach, Florida
7 2-9-16-23
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEEO
Chapter 20722Acts of 1941
File No. 71 A 365
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIS KN th I
8AJICE1. SCHWARTZ hdibr
County Tax Sale Certificate No. .".-"
issued th. 29th day of .May. A.D. It"
has filed same in my office, and h. -
made application for a tax deed
Issued thereon. Said C. rtifiOl
embraces Ihe following clescrtbi
property In (he County ol Dad.-. St:.
of Florida. 1..-wit
l...t .':t Hick s. Orchard Villa Ext
, ci.tt it, ok ; Pagi SS, in the Coun-
ts ,.| I'.i.le. Slat, of Florida
I...I will be issued subject '
ll'7'i City of Miami tax..- and Lb
and 1970 County taxes
Thi ..--.. in.ui of sail property
under the said certificate was in tl
,11.. ,f: WfLHELMENA RAWLS i
J SAM1K I. MOOSE
- said certificate shall be re-
,1,, mi 'i illng to law. the proper' -
,1, ., 11b. .1 hi rein w ill be sold to ti
highest bidder fox cash at the Four-
1,..ii.-' door on the first Monday
. ihe month of August, 1971, which
1 the 2nd dav of August. 1971.
Hai.,1 this 28th day of June, 197
I. !'. LEATHERMAN, Clerk
of Circuit Court, Dade County. Klorb
lt> : P F. OCI-DSTRAND
Deputy cbrk
(Clri uit court Seal)
7 3-9-H-!
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY tHVEN Ihat
the underslgm d, di airing lo 1
ii. business undet thi fictitious names
of HAROLD FRIEDMAN ELECT-
RONICS, and or Al'l'o RADIO
-i'i;. IA LISTS at 7726 N 1: 2nd We-
nue. Miami. Florida intends to regist-
er said names with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court ol Dade County, Florida
Rl.. IER RANKIN
ENTERPRISES, INC.
STI >NE \- Bl I8T< I N
A110,1.\ for Applicant
lfll N W, 12th Ivenue, Miami, Flo.
B) 1 lavid 1: Stone
7 1-9-16-23
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
th.- undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under (he fictitious name
of CAMPBELL'S flROCERY AND
MEATS N W 82nd Avenue,
Florida intends to register said
^ Ith tin- Clerk of the Clri uit
Courl "' Dade County, Florida.
NATHANIEL CAMPBELL
Sob- Propi -. tor
800 N \V, 82nd Avenue
Miami. Florida
BERNARD P flOLDFARB, Esq.
Attorney for Nathaniel Campbell
7_" N.W. 27th Avenue
Miami. Florida 3318S
7 2-9-16-23
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-12294
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
MIRIAM WARING,
Plaintiff,
UE< RGE BYRON WARING,
li. 1.
TO: GEORGE BYRON WARING
. unknow nl
You. GEORGE BYRON WARING
are hi 1. I>) 1. tilled that a Rill 1 '
Complalnl for Divorce has been fll. '
you, and you are reQUlred '
...-. a copy of your Answer or I'l'i
Ing lo the Kill Of Complaint on tl
Plaintiffs attorney, FRIEDMAN a
LIPCON, 3737 S.W. Mb street, Bui
109, Miami. Florida 88134 and file tl -
1 Answer or Pleading in the
of the ci.-rk of the Circul
Curt on or before the 2nd day of
August, 1971, If you fail i" do m
ludgm. nt by default will be take
against you for the relief demand. 1
111 tin Bill "i Complaint.
This notice shall be published on -
ea.h v.. < k for four onsecu
in THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN,
DONE AND ORDERED at Mlam
Fli rida, 'bis 88th day of Juno A.D
1971
E B LEATHERMAN, Cbrk
Circuit Court. Dad. Cunlv. Florida
By: c P. coi'Ki.AND
1 leputy Clerk
(Cil 111' Court S.-al)
M VRV1N RO88 FRIEDMAN
:;7::7 S W -.(h Street. No. 109
Miami. Florida SS1S4
Attorn.> for rlaJlllWf
7/2-8-16-23


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fewislh Floridian
Soviet Jews And The
New Abolitionists
li, Florida Friday, July 16, 1971
Violence Only Way,'
Says Rabbi Kahane
i
(W YORK (JTAI Rabbi
Kahane, claiming that he
us Jewish Defense League
Jcsent a new tyjie of Jew."
la Monday press conference
Violence is the only way to
lade the Soviet Union to
ts Jewish citizens. The JDL
not rule out the use of
lite, if necessary, he de-
as long as innocents are
banned.
38-year-old Orthodox
denied that his militant
ization was responsible for
g 197 slicks of dynamite
Bfa'' some shrubbery on the
^a pr. Federal authorities rr-
an anonymous call from
iie claiming to be a mem-
the JDL Sunday, giving
ration of the cache.
JDL's national chairman
ihis codefendants, Chaim
, 41. and Stewart Cohen,
aded guilty last week to
piracy charge involving
nufacture of explosives;
rn, government attorneys
to drop charges of con-
to transport firearms
state lines, stipulating
e JDL turn any illegal
s and firearms in its pos-
to Federal authorities
bmit to an inspection of
burne, N.Y., camp site.
iiewed by the JTA at
Jedel. Rabbi Kahane de-
"The JDL will not be
in any illegal weapons,
we have none." The or
Mum li;ts quite a few guns,
ramp, he said, but all are
Itereu and legal."
controversial leader ex-
i thai the manufacture of
Ivea at the camp got him
ouble because he was ig-
of the law requiring pur-
of a $250 Federal stamp
detonation of explosives,
n one's own proj>erty. He
ied that his purpose in
and detonating a bomb
to demonstrate methods
by radical groups.
instructions published
Black Panther newspaper,
Kahane re|M>rtd, he will
I a similar demonstration for
press next week, bat this
he will invest (250 in a
B, as required by law.
Bbbi Kahane, who charged
Rhe U.S. government Is out
tt" him solely because the
hold the United States
isible for JDL actions, de-
his philosophy that vio-
in a righteous cause is
I'd during an appearance
David Frost TV show last
. He and two prominent
of JDL tactics play-
It Dore Schary ami Prof.
Morgenthau of the Uni-
ty of Chicago -were guests
Hie network show taped on
28.
rabbi's viewpoint was
Bngcd by Mr. Schary, who
[ thi y were agreed on only
thing that Soviet anti-
Jsm is real and denied
festablished Jewish organi-
as did nothing for Soviet
until the advent of JDL.
is is, in effect, a war be-
the Soviet 1'nion and the
Rabbi Kahane declared.
t diplomats' lives should
e as bearable or unhear-
Soviet Jews' lives are ...
I in favor of any violence If
essary, even though vio-
Ugly," he continued.
f. Morgenthau said he was
"amazed at the naivete ... of
thinking that by insulting Rus-
sian diplomats on the streets of
New York you are going to sway
the government of the Soviet
Union. It la very easy to incite
young Jews in New York to the
kind of misdeeds which we have
witnessed." he said, "and it is
vi i y easy to forget that three
million Jews are hostages to the
government of the Soviet Union.
And the Kremlin can do with
those Jews whatever it wants.
This. I think, is a danger which
is completely overlooked in the
s. If-satisfying, narcissistic activ-
ities which we are discussini:
here, u hich require absolutely no
heroism," he declared.
Israel's Premier Golda Meir celebrated her 73rd
birthday in an unusual way she donated the
numerous bouquets she received from well-wishers
to wounded soldiers in the Hadassah-Hebrew Uni-
versity Hospital. Mrs. Meir's birthday flowers were
delivered to YAAL, Hadassah's Women's auxiliary,
for distribution to the soldiers. Among those who
received flowers were Abdul Rekev, a Druse soldier
wounded while on duty in the Beit Shean Valley,
an 18-year-old girl soldier and a veteran of the
Six-Day War.
By BAYARD RVSTIX
Executive Director
A. Phil ;i Randolph Institute
When I am asked why I. as a
black American, speak out against
the oppression of Soviet Jewry,
my reply is, as a black person.
how can I not speak out? How
can I not be sensitive to the op-
pression of a national minority?
Having experienced during slave-
ry a brutal attempt to stamp out
our freedom, our history, our lan-
guage, and our identity, we can
well understand the meaning of
the spiritual death that accom-
panies oppression, and we can ap-
preciate the overwhelming power
of the rebirth of spirit that is
part of the struggle against op-
pression. B'.ack Americans, there-
fore, ought to be among the first
to be concerned with the effort
ol the Soviet Union to destroy the
identity of Soviet Jews and to
crush their struggle for freedom.
It will be said, quite rightly,
that there are other oppressed
peoples (especially in the Soviet
Union i besides Jews, and as a re-
cent report on "Dissent in the
Soviet Union" pointed out. "The
problems with which Soviet Jews
are faced are regarded not
as a question of one people, but
rather as a question of all people
who are deprived of their individu-
al rights." But there is a special
urgency to the problems of Soviet
Jews which is the result of several
factors.
One of these factors is the So-
viet Union's policy in the Middle
East. The Soviet Union is com-
pletely committed to the enemies
of Israel. It has already made an
enormous investment in military
and economic aide, personnel, and
political prestige in the Arab
world, and it now must justify
that investment to the Soviet peo-
ple. It does this by painting a
grotesque picture of tiny Israel as
a L-iant enemy and also by playing
upon anti-Semitic pri judio in
r to make Soviet Jews who
want to go to Israei seen: the
most dangerous enemies of the
Soviet Union. This is the rr in
reason behind the massive uiti-
S mitic campaign which the Mos-
cow government is now sponsoring
in Russia.
A second factor which mikes
the problems of Soviet Jew especi-
ally urgent has to do with the in-
creasing internal instability within
the Soviet Union and also in the
satellite nations dominated by
Mi .scow. We have seen Bigns of
this instability over the past few
years in the protests of Russian
llectuals, nationality groups,
and religious minorities and in the
rebellions in Czechoslovakia and
Poland which were so brut illy
put down.
When the So\ iet government
branded the leaders of these rebel-
I "Zionists.'' it was not sim-
ply looking for a scapegoat on
which to blam- all its troubles. It
was very clearly trying to direct
the resentments of the people away
from itself and onto a small mi-
nority which has traditionally been
the object of scorn and persecu-
tion.
The greatest danger is that the
anti-Semitic campaign now under-
way in the Soviet Union will get
out of hand and the world will be
confronted with a repetition of
Hitler's crimes. This possibility
makes more compelling than ever
the desire of Soviet Jews to leave
the Soviet Union.
Just as the white abolitionists
fought for the liberation of black
slaves before the civil war, people
in the United States. Jewish and
non-Jewish, white and b'.ack,
should fight for the liberation of
the Jews in the Soviet Union. The
Sovie* Jews have their own Fred-
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Dr. Israel Goldstein (right) outgoing chairman of the Keren
Hayesod United Israel Appeal in Jerusalem, greets his
successor, Ezra Shapiro, during the recent World Assembly
of the Reconstituted Jewish Agency in Jerusalem which
they both attented as delegates. Dr. Goldstein is retiring on
his 75th birthday after more than 50 years in public service
as one of America's top leaders in Jewish and Zionist af-
fairs. For ten years he has headed the Keren Hayesod in
Jerusalem with responsibility for fund-raising on behalf of
Israel in 71 countries. Mr. Shapiro has served as national
vice president of the Zionist Organization of America, presi-
dent of the Cleveland Jewish Community Council during a
public career spanning 30 years.
$24 Million Libel Suit
Is 'Welcomed' By League
The Anti-Defamation League of
B'nai B'rith said lasi week it wel-
come! thr CM million libel suit
brought against it by "Colonel"
Hassan Jeru-Ahmed, of Washing-
ton, whom the League charges
with anti-Semitism.
Seymour Graubard, national
nan of the League, said, "As
of today, adl h;us not been
served with the Hassan complaint
but upon such service the League
has directed counsel to t.ike all
steps necessary to bring the case
to trial as quickly as possible for ;i
full and fair public airing of the
Issues."
"The litigation," Mr. Graubard
said, "will bring Hassan's f'.ill ca-
reer of bigotry and anti-social con-
duct to public scrutiny. As re-
cently at July 4." he noted. "Has-
san El ;.,.i:. 1 his long-he\! anii-
Semitic -.lews on a WTOP-TV
(Washin ton, D.O.' interview
'.."
Hassan, head of the Blnckman's
Development Center in W
tun. D.C, Abo was awavded $523,-
.I lit r .1 funds for the pur-
pose of administering certain
remedial education and oecupe-
tktral training programs, also |
claimed in his law suit that the
has "conspired" to block
the grant
The Blackmail's Development
Canter Is part of a complicated
ma/e of operations directed by
Hassan, including a paramilitary
"Blackmail's Volunteer Army of
Liberation," and an organization
he calls the "Provisional Govern-
ment of the United Moorish Re- ,
public.'*
In an April 21 letter to Elliot
Richardson. Secretary of the U.S.
Department oi Health, Education
and Welfare, the League had pro-
tected the grant to Hassan, con-
tending that '"it Is counter to pub-
lie policy for e ivemmenl to func-
tion through bigots."
Mr. Graubard declared last
week that "in view of Hassan's
long record of anti-Semitism, in-
cluding his July 4 utterances,
there is absolutely no justification
for the "-S. government to en-
' is! such a iv.in with
mnts of taxpayi rs' money
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Happenings
Miami Beach MJ** *
Detmer lias accepted appomt-
man ,.f the City
of Miami Beach division in tW
1971 Uniti I Fund campaign.
\n.iau JtOUJer, presidenl ol
Jefferson National I'.ankat Sun-
ny isles, has bean aptotea.fc>
the Economic Education <
mitteeof the Education Division
of the Florida Bankers Associa-
tion by incomir* president Ji'
Jenkins. Mr. Giller will be at-
tending the first orsaniiational
meeting of the committee in
Winter Park next week.
Don Kaplan of Miami Beach,
who heads Flaglcr Insuranc.
Agency, is in London this month
with his wife, Marceste for meet-
with Lloyds of Lot
windsl trm underwriters where
they "ill discuss over-all coi -
centration of insurance values
in South Flor la With much
re-insurance being done by lif-
leivnt countries, Marcelle who
is French and speaks se
languages, fll handle the in-
terpreting. Mr. Kaplan said.
TV
The University of Miami's
P.ing Theatre has announced the
postponement of the first per-
formance of "Tbe 30Tth Defense
of Hermann Goerir.g." an origi-
n d drama, until next Wednes-
day, and the cancellation of the
one-act p] lys previously sched-
uled for July 28-31. Persons
holding tickets for these pro-
ductions are to exchange their
tidcetS for the nroper date.
'.
Miami Commissioner Arden
M. Slegeiidorf. who will bo
iker at Saturday's Coconut
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the Four Ambassadors Hotel,
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to the Coconut Grove area. Mr.
s ger.dorf, who was appointed
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Range's re-:,nation to accept a
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[Reform Rabbis, ZOA Leader
Dispute Over Criticism
NEW YORK (JTA Rabbi
flbland B. Gittelsohn, past presi-
dent of the Central Conference of
Amc ric.in Rabbis, told the Jewish
1W L'raphic Agency that he stands
l^th" statement made by himself
CCAR president Rabbi David
sh that certain Zionist bodies
kbnice America's most reac-
jry politicians who would be-
Israel overnight if it suited
purposes."
h.it statement, contained in a
|t message by Rabbis Polish
[Gittelsohn to the Reform rab-
binicn. body's 82nd annual con-
vention in St. Ixwis last month,
came under sharp attack by Rabbi
' Stap!' V Stenistrin. vice chair-
man ; t!i'- Zionist Organization
of Aa> i- <~a's i'\'. cutive committee.
Rabbi Sternstoin claimed that
1he*e "invidious apnraisals" were
"utter) v naive and lacking in
nsibility."
3i Gittelsohn. reached by
"telephone at hLs study in Boston,
retorted that criticism was in the
honored tradition of the Hebrew
Prophets and must not bo sup-
pressed.
Rabbi Sternstein called the Re-
form leaders' remarks "distorted
and myopic." He told a meeting of
his oommitt'e that "Zionists are
not as quick to polarize individ-
uals by the terms liberal' and
'reactionary whatever these
terms might mean today. For
us," he said, "the issue is not
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who is a liberal and who is re-
actionary. It is who is a fr*nd
of Israel and the Jewish people
tried, tested and true and
who it not. There is no need
to apologize for the geo-political
reality which binds Israel and the
United States. We are gratified by
the assurances that America's se-
curity interests coincide with Is-
rael's survival for both serve
the cause of world peace and free-
dom."
Rabbi Gittelsohn told the JTA
that ZOA leaders were making "a
considerable effort" to dampen
Jewish criticism of Nixon Admin-
istration policies in Southeast Asia
on grounds that "we must not
make the Administration angry"
because of possible repercussions
against Israel. Rejecting that atti-
tude, the Reform leader declared.
"We must criticize American poli-
cies in Asia as if there were no
Israel while supporting Israel's re-
lationship with the United States
as if there were no Asia."
Rabbi Gittelsohn said that de-
spite the ongoing crisis in the
Middle East, "the kind of state
that Israel will ultimately be is
being determined right now. In
the long run. Israel's security will
be assured more by adhering to
the prophetic ideals of Judaism
than trying to put them in the
freezer."
Rabbi Gittelsohn also complain-
ed that Rabbi Sternstein's state-
ment, released to the press Sun-
day, mentioned himself and Rabbi
Polish by name while criticizing
unrelated statements by a third
American rabbi who Sternstein
refrained from identifying. The
third taget of the ZOA leader ap-
parently was Rabbi Arthur Hertz-
berg, of Temple Emanuel, Engle-
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Friday, July IB. 1971
AJCommittee's Sociologist
Speaking To Local Grouj)s
Mrs. Ann G. Wolfe, noted so-
ci' gist and program consultant
to the American Jewish Commit-
MIS. ANN 6. WOLft
t. rrtved in Miami this week to
B] : before a number of groups
01 "Invisible Jewish Poor."
proportion of people below
ih- iverty level is as large among
Ji as among other major and
1 1S and ethnic groups, Says
Mi-. Wolfe, citiiif; Ix>s Ai
M .:. Philadelphia and New
5f as cities in which surveys
; ted particular iwckets of
[* iy among Jews
years of the past de
l. moved along with increasing
! logical advances, leaving 1h-,
hind institutions and people who
have become l>oth out of fashion
enc :.]-cquipped to deal with chang-
ing needs. In the Jewish comiiiun-
in we see a largor aging popula-
tion unable to adapt to a new
and different society, and if we
are candid, the same failure ot
nei\-nal institutions to take cog-
nizance of these changes, holds
true for some of our Jewish insti-
tut ens.
"We have blind spots in our
vi*..-i of ourselves ami it is time
to c-.k at the facts. One interest-
ing vample of a blind spot re-
lat<- to the South Beach area of
Miami Beach. An impressionistic
loci: at the needs of the elderly
po> 1 discloses that the major prob-
lem :'acing them is housing. Their
liv.'E conditions are often inade-
quate, in various stages of dilapi-
dation or disrepair. Loneliness and
iso>;ion are perhaps the most
fjo...;-.nt characteristics of old age."
1- citing the Miami Beach area.
Mr-. Wolfe also spoke of the peo-
pli 'eeding financial help in order
tc pi y their rent and have enough
money left from the Social Se-
curity check so that they can
eat adequately. The aged often
liv. alone, as widows or widow-
ers ,n housing arrangements that |
do not allosv for much meaningful '
soc.il contact with others, she
pointed out.
?..' s. Wolfe, who carries major
i- -; nsibilitiy for AJC's activities
in the social welfare field, helping
to organize programs in local AJC
Chapters and working with a va-
riety of national coalitions in the
for lamily case work agencies, j
During World War II. she trav |
eled for the USO program, and |
for three years was national pro-j
gram director for the N tional
Jewish Welfare Board USO pro-
gram. She has been a staff
: the American Jewish C
mittee since 1948.
"In summarizing the problem of
the Jewish pour estimat- I lt|
700-SOO.OOO in the United States
we must make the point th U
their problems are common to all
poor, but that there ire problems
peculiar to Jews, problems in inter-
uroup relations, problems r ted
to Jewish identity. The problems
include poor housing, inadequate
medieal care, neighbors that are
! undesirable in terms of emotional
and physical security and outside
' the Jewish cultural mainstream,"
Mis. Wolfe says.
specific areas of hunger, welfare
reform and health, started her so-
cial work career as a case worker
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+Jeistfh)ridNaNn
Page 7-B
SOCIAL BRIEFS
by Isabel Grove
A second grandchil i for the Max
Jacobsor.-. Laura Larene, born
July 2. weighing 7 pounds 4 ounc-
es, to Ronee and Ronnie Jacobson
of B035 Si nsel I > M r rnal grand-
parents are localil Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Mai Jacobson
grand lonth-old Keri
(whom adoring grandfather Max
always i ills "Sv -theai t.") the
n Alan J ic ibson and
wife Pi | I. Being \ gr in knottier
for a .- ond time ;-; not likely to
slow down Ray Jacobson who
gives generously >l her time and
t dents to the community. Inter-
ested an active in many organiza-
tions, -h has held office in the
Women's League of the
United Synagogue >f America, in
the Beth Davi i S sterhood, and
served b president >l her Hades-
sah gi
> H
Ida Forer, sending greetings
from Rome, can squeeze more
news on a postcard than most of
US can get into a 7-patp; letter.
It's not by chance that the pic-
ture, in color, is of the famous
Trevi Fountain for, says Ida. "Each
time I drop a coin in the fountain.
my w'ah come-; tru > so here I
am back again." She goes on,
''Rome is alwavs beautiful) and
daughtei Mindi looks terrific.
We're h '.ins; a fantastic time to-
gether." Then a note of sadness.
'Really trying desperately to get
thai e ilorie count down-down-
down, but 'it ain't easy.'" The
ebullient Ida plans to return home
in August.
/.-
A stimulating and instructive
years as teachers rod social work-
ers is facing a group of American
and Canadian college graduates.
amonc them six Floridians. One
group v..i: leave July 20. and some
50 others, will t>' leaving July 28,
and will spend the year working
on kibbutzim Shoar Hagolan and
MagaL The proznm was initiated
six years ago b> Sherut I-a'am un-
der tht auspices ol the Youth De-
partment of the World Zionist
Orfianiz-.t on in c-pe'-ation with
the American Zionist Youth Foun-
dation.
Miamians who sre oarticipating
in tlv venture include Susan
Baumnnd. Sheldon B-vkerman
and Lorrie Faggen. Florida will
also h< renresented bv Riva Klein.
Coral Gal les, Judith Rrower. Clear-
water, and Diane Mazur. Gaines-
ville.
Befovv departing from Kennedy
Internationa] Air-port in New
York, the participants in the col-
lege CT'aduate pn>gram attend re-
gional orientation sessions in New
be a
name dropper
York, Boston. Washington, and
Chicago. In Israel they will spend
the first three months in the Kir-
yat Shmona language workshop
where they will study Hebrew and
will prepare for their work in the
subsequent nine months. Most of
them will be placed in develop-
ment towns throughout Israel.
Executive Board Meeting
Chaim Weizman Branch Farband
L.Z.O. will hold an executive board
meeting Wednesday at 7:30 p.m.
in the new, beautiful, spacious
auditorium of the American Sav-
ings & Loan Association, 1200 Lin- j
coin Rd., Miami Beach. Chairman
Moe Levin will present "Current
Events'" after the business part of
the meeting.
Sharon Chapter Meeting
When Sharon Chapter. Pioneer
Women, meets in the Clubrooir of
ICO Lincoln Rd.. Monday at 1 p.m.
Lillian Davis, president, will give
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fJewist ncrktiar
Friday, July 16. 1971
Lx'hat s C.00hin,
Bv III Til SIRKIS
This desseii cake is known as "Charlotte" or "Diplomat" -
- outstanding with either name. It is made In a moW lined
with lady-finger cookies and is filled with ;i mouMe-y oonooction
1 a ta I) melts in your mouth. Little pieces of dried, can-
are nestled in there, adding flavor and texture as well
! 11 We have tried this classic non-bake cake with the non-
lairj type of whipped cream with good results. This means that
OU caa si i\i :i at thi' end ol a "meaty" dinner.
NON-BAKE DELICIOUS CASK
5 egg y ilks
2 cups whipping cream (or
non-daiiv whipping cream)
1 3 cu sugar
m this. g| 1 ,iin
1 this, all purpose flour
'i cup orange liqueur
_ cu| pieces of dried
iied fiuit
4S lady finger cookies
l 3 cup cold water
1 cup milk
(or non-dairy milk >
Cat the candied fruit Into very small pieces (you can use
-. figs, raisins, cherries, and orange rindl and soak in the
ranee liqueur.
n the gelatin In the cold water: whip the egg yolks
with the sugar till bright yellow and thick. Add flour and beat.
Bring the milk to a boil and add it to the eggs in a slow
i ,:n as you beat. Add the softened gelatin, and put the mix-
tun over very low heat, or heat in a double boiler. Bring to a
er\ gentle boil, stirring constantly. (Over-boiling could cause
the eggs 10 curdle: it Is ready when the gelatin dissolves com-
plei 13 and the mixture thick. igh to cover a metal
.-> Remove from heat and poui inl 1 1 clear: howl through a
: cool.
While the egg mixture is cooling, line an s'_-mch spring
forn with lady-fingers (Firsl line the bottom with a round
ix paper'. Cut some of thi mally, so they look
:k-' ;' them on th t1 n of the mold
-Hi th ivkb side I ward the side of the mold and the pointed
side : 1 ie enter. Line th il the moll with lady
standin jht.
Whip the whipping cream till it holds Its shape Add the
Oju fruit, together with the liquid to the completely
cool d egg mixture; stir gently. Fold in the whipped cream.
Iea\ boul me-quarter of II for ng Fold only until
thei i ;- no trace ol the whi| I ere Pour half the mixture
into thi lined pan. Arr .ther layer of lady-fingers. iThis
iy does no' have to be in perfect order). Pour th resl o:
ihe mixture and aiTangi the 1. -1 ol the lady-fingers on top.
r .Mih wax paper ill overnight. To unmold, run
a k Ifi iround the side; .Id, to loosen the cake. Turn
0VC1 serving :: tc R : se spring form and remove the
wax paper lining. Th. top of th cake is the side that is nicely
am iged with the lady-fina rs Garnish with the resl of the
'vn' of dried fruit.
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Federal Savings & Loan Aasoda- Board Its assi June
tiou's application to change its
name 10 Financial Federal Savings |
St Loan Association, according to
Milton Weiss, president,
Isles, and Kendall In additi >r to
'.- main office and two branches
|j $378 million, in Miami Beach.
The change "ill take a few
months to implement and is ox-
i cted to become effective Oct. 15,
Mr. Weiss said.
"We have had such a change in
mind foi some time," Mr. Weiss
declared. "When our Association
began operations hack in 1935,"
he explained, "our husiness was
strictlj concern d with Miami
Beach, and it was logical to In-
clude it in our name. Since then,
however, our service area has
been extended to include other
pals ol Greater Miami, and
felt that our name should no
longer imply strict geographical
limitation."
Mr. Weiss stressed that the
change Is one of name only and
that ther.' will be no change In
the Association's corporate struc-
ture, its policies or its operations,
"Passbooks, certificates. morl-
gages, le isi s, and other instru-
ments now in effect will continue
to have full validity." he said.
Miami Leach Federal, one ol
the oldest and largest savings and
loan associations in the Southeast,
Mayor Dermer Guest Speaker
Miami Beach Mayor Jay Dcrmei
. will be guest speaker at the 7p.m.
Mcndaj meeting <,t the American
Federation of Senior Citizens, Mi-
ami Beach Chapter, in the Wash
ington Federal, 1234 Washington
Ave., Miami Beach. A statowidi
fund-raising drive tor funds with
which to purchase ambulances for
the state of Israel will be inaugu-
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fe
vJenisfi HarMBbm
Page 9-B
Easy-Care Tips For
Your Travel Wardrobe
Evi "> woman wants to look well
dressed land well pressedl when
he I- traveling. Bui nhc dm
want i < be loaded down with a
]'H of luggage.
One way to achieve (his is to I
sel< el clothes thai will blend and
work tog< ther, lr nnj climate you
may encounter.
A lot of clothes aren't necessary,!
since you probably won't sta> long
al any one place. Keeping your
clothes in top condition is likely
1 Tako precautions when you pack I
cosmetics and liquids. Put tin m
in leak-proof containers. Never
pack them loose it may mean
disaster for your wardrobe if they
spill or trickle out >f their con-
tainer.
Make individual plastic bag con-
tainers of your favorite -> :> 01
detcrgenl for travel laundering,
seal them with a rubber band,
fhese tak" little room and are
i'c i lj for ns,. (,n a moment's no-
tice
Put m some plastic hangers
clothespins and a portable clothes
line for do-it-yourself laundry. Ii
you fnvoi knits for travel wear,
you'll find a large sheet of clear
plastic is handy to stretch ovei
floor or bed to drj knits Hal.
For touch-up Ironing jobs, why
not tuck in a travel iron that
works on both AC" and DC cur-
rent? Add to this a small folding
Ironing pad that is light as a
feather, yet affords a protective
ironing surface.
A 1 irge plastic bag will hold
wiled laundry during your trip
but Clean clothes pack better, s,
it's v jsr to launder as you 'Jo
The Pine Tree Chapter of Women's American ORT held
their installation June 9 at the Algiers Hotel. From right to
left: Miss Donna Kern, outgoing president; Mrs. Alan
Slewett, incoming president; Mrs. Russell Paul, Region in-
stalling officer, and Mis. Edward Levinson, chairman of the
dcy.
Three of the four students leaving shortly for a year's study
under Tel Aviv University's exchange program aie shown
with Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, leader of the university's
recruitment program, who helped in their selection. They
are Judith Greene, Peggy Glushakow, David Goldstein
and Martin Schatfel.
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'Sporting Event' Is
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A little bit ol Israel is being
b ought ti, Miami by the YM-
YWHA of Greater Miami. 8500
i SW 8th St., Sunday, by means ol
i 'Maccabiah Sporting Kvent"
; which is scheduled as follows:
9 .1.111.-12 noon Adult Softball
, II a.m. and 4 p.m. Water Volley-
ball all ages
l pan. Water Football -
Teenage boys
Volleyball -
Foi Men & Women
Mother-Daughter
Volleyball Games
3 p.m. Pool Treasure Hunt -
Boys & Girls
4 p.m. Professional Aqua-
marine Diving Show
Handball, tennis and paddleball
competition will he underway all
day.
The day will culminate with a
olside suppor Including tra-
ditional Jewish foods and Israeli
singing and uancing and samplings
of authentic Israeli food lisb
"lalafcl."
The special Israeli atmosphere
created for A" members is part ol
the YMHA's Happy Summer Sun-
days which are geared for the
whole family, with something for
\ eryone all dav.
Sussman Conducts Sabbalh Services
Jerome Sussman, vice president
"i Temple Menorah, will conduct
the Sabbath services in the ab-
sence of Rabbi Abramowitz who
is on vacation with bis lannK in
Israel.
Mr. Su-sman has just returned
from a three week .study mission
!n Israel conducted bj the United
Synagogue oi America. He serves
is nation I vice president ol that
conservative body.
Mr. Sussman wiil report on the
Book Review By Primak
Sophie Primak was to re'iew ,
"The Fabulous Greek;" the
story of Jackie Kennedy, Aristotle ]
DnaSSls and Maria ("alias, al tin
Honey
p.m.
Pla/a Thursday at X:.'S0
intensive study mission dtnoi
w bleb he and a oup >i'
national leaders met with milil
and government leaders of I-r i.
Hy BergSOn, a member o!
temple, will serve as cantor in
the absence of Temple JRenor -
Cantor Nico Foldjnun: Rab >i Ra
c ni will conrivtfij, daily se*vii
and supervise Sabbath services
Bruce Rubin Is Elected
Bruce S. Rubin, v ice pre>id I
of Ronald I.' v lit Ass >ci i: I e.
a Coral Gables-based public ..
ns firm has I n < l< c
- vial member ol the Pul
Relations Society of America, \
native Mi imian, Mr. Rubin gradu-
ated from the University of Miami
where be majored in Mass Com-
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fJenisfi fhr/rdfifon
Friday. July 16. 1971
Biscayne Federal Reaches
$100 Million Milestone
UGAl NOTKI
"We're very proud ol' hittin?
$100 million in assets." said E.
Albert Pd'.lot, president and board
chairman of Biscayne Federal Sav-
ings & Loin Association, which
reached that level after a little
more than 15 years of operation
in the Greater Miami area.
"One hundred million dollars
is a lot of money, but even more
important, it represents lots of
people who like saving at Bis-
cayne Federal. And many of them
have been with us since the be-
ginning." Mt. Pallot continued.
The remarkable growth of Bis-
cayne Federal is due to efficient
and dedicated teamwork within
the association. Mr. Pallot ex-
plained. "Without good manage-
ment, without excellent customer
service, without progressive idnas.
such an endeavor would have been
impossible." he declared.
Biscayne Federal's board chair-
man spoke at a luncheon meetine
of the board of directors, some of
whom have been with the savings
association since Its inception in
193fi. Ar~on" these arc Esther A.'
Poppell. recently elected senior
vice president. She is a founding
director and corporate secretary.
Irwin M. Cassel. treasurer, is an-
other of the original members of
the board.
Mr. Pallot said that public con-
fidence in a financial institution is
the only solid foundation from
which such heights can be at-
tained. With five locations through-
out Dade County, Biscayne Fed-
eral can effectively promote thrift
within its community, and is able
to provide loans to thousands of
people, so that they can enjoy
the satisfaction of owning their
own home. He pointed out that
his association still pays 5^ on
passbook savings, with interest
compounded daily.
To highlight the occasion of
hitting thn $100 million mark, the
entire staff, including the chair-
man of the board, is wearing base-
ball hats with initials "BFS" on
them, showing the public the sym-
bolic teamwork existing at Bis-
"ovne Federal.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-2486 JOHN R. BLANTON
In UK: Batata "1
MOZELL WHITE
^NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T" All Creditors and All Perapna May-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claim." and demands
which you may have against the
Sate of MOZELL WHITE deceased
late of Dad.' County, Florida, to the
County Judges of Dade County, and
file the same In duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section 733.IS, Florida Matu-
tes, In their offices m the Count])
Courthouse In Dade County. Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof, or
the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 22
day of June. AD. W71.__,
NANCY TRIPP GREEN
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the 2nd day of July. 1971.
MARTIN D. I.t'RIE
Attorney for Executrix
ISM N.W. 7th Avenue M.M
UGAl NOTKI
UGAl NOTKI
f
' Now appearing at the Cairo Hilton.. "
UGAl NOTICE
UGAl N0TKE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-2012
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estati ol
JACK BODENSTEIN,
Deceased,
To All Creditor! and All Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Agalnat Bald
Batata:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any i hums and de-
mands which you ma) have against
the estate of JACK BODENSTEIN,
deceased late of Dade County, Flor-
ida, to the County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same in dupli-
cate and as provided in Section 733.-
16. Florida Statutes, in their offices
in the County Courthouse in Dade
County. Florida, within six calendar
months from the time of the first
publication hereof, or the same will
be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 1-ih
day of July. AD. 1*71.
RI'TH HOCHBBRG
As Administratrix
Cum Testament.. Annexn
First publication of this notice on
the 16th dav of Julv. IW1
SIMON. HAYS A- QRVNDWERQ
By: Moses J. Grundwerg
Attorney for Administratrix C.T.A.
301 Ainsley Building
Miami, Florida 8313
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREIIY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of BICENTENNIAL EXHIBITS at
31 N.W. 8th Street. Miami, Florida,
intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
BARON DISPLAYS. IV."
By: /S' Paul Karon. President
SMITH, MANDLEH, SMITH &
PARKER
Attorneys for Baron Displays, Inc.
407 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
7/9-16-23-30
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-11678
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
JAMES RUSSELL FLETCHER
VI
I.' 'MA FLETCHER
TO: l.i.M\ FLETCHER
, Sou. LOMA FLETCHER, are here-
by notified that a Hill of Complain)
for Divorce has been filed against
you, and you are requird to serve a
copj of your Answer or Pleading to
the Rill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs
attorney. HAMAR AND LURIB, ESQ
tUt NORTHWEST 7th AVENIE
MIAMI. FI.ORIDA 33127 and file the
original Answer or Pleading in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 3th dav of
July IflJ, If you fail to do so. judg-
ment l.y default will he taken against
you for the relief demanded in the
Hill of < omplnint.
This notice shall he published once
^a<'2.,l^"liJi!r fnur consecutive weeks
'"rJ&t 1SSSSS FLORIDIAN.
Florida, this 17th day of June AD
E B LEATHERMAN. Clerk,
Circuit t ourt. Dade County. Florida
By: C. P COPKI.AND
,r-, .. Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
IiMv 5.A-N'P T|''K. ESQ.
4KS4 N.W 7tn Avenue
Miami. Florida 331 "7
Attorneys for Plaintiff
6/2S 7'2--16
NOTICE UNDER
, FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
, nSSHSLS&LZ ,h* 1tllous name
of INTERIOR ONES RATHS ETC
at 1H74 NE. 163rd Street, North ML
ami Reach, Florida Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County Florida
BATHS. ETC.. INC.
y: Marv'n S. Shapiro. President
JERRY A BIRNS. ESQ.
Attorney for Baths, Etc., Inc
6/25 7/2-9-16
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO. 71-11831
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
WILLIAM IIAILE.M.
Plaintiff,
DEBORAH JACKSON BAILEM.
Defendant.
TO: DEBORAH JACKSON BAILEM
5634 Mayberry (Jrand
Detroit. Michigan
YOC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Complaint for Divorce has
been filed against you, and you are
required to serve a copy of your Answ-
er or pleading to the Complaint on
Plaintiffs attorney. ROBERT R.
WHITE. 1032 DuPont Building, Miami.
Florida. 33131. and file the original
Answer or pleading in the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 3th day of July. Ittl. If
you fall to do so, judgment by de-
fault will be taken against you for
the relief demanded in the Complaint.
HATED at Miami. Florida, this 21
day of June 1971.
E. B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: N A HF.WETT
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seall
ROBERT It WHITE
Attorney for Plaintiff
132 DuPont Building
Miami. Florida 33131
Phone |7-7616
I tS 7 -'-!>-16
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
CASE NO. 71-11798
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RB:
Petition of
Rl i.-A LEE COAXl'M and
EJBROT COAXUM, JR.,
her husband
TO: JIMMIE WILLIAMS
Residence (Jnknoa n
< ITHER MANNINGS
Residence Unknown
rot' are hereby notified that
Petitioners have filed a petition In
the above styled Court for the adop-
tion of the minor children therein and
you are required to show causa whj
the sam.- should not I" ranted by
serving a copy of your written de-
fenses, if any, upon MICHAEL \
LIPSKY, 291" South Ba; hort Drlv<
Coconut Grove, Florida, Attorne) for
Petll ners, and bj filing thi
thereof Ith the Cl< rk ol said Ci urt
ir before the 2Srd da) ( Julj 1971,
nIse : di may he em. i d
against you granting said adoption
WITNESS my hand and !li. -,al ol
said Court at Miami. Florida, ill I8tl
day of June 1971.
i 11 LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the Cln in C url
Bj S A HEWETT
lm nuty Clerk
(Cli till C nrt Bi
_______________________6/Jl 1-16
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-2494
In RE Estate of
PALI, w. MILLER,
Deceaaed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persoi -. Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Again.-! Said
ite:
You are her. l.y notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate of PAI'L W. MILLER, .1
late of Dade County. Florida to the
County Judges of Hade County, and
rile the same In duplicate and as pro-
vided In Section 733 1... Florida Statu-
tes. In their offices In the County
Courthouse In Dade Countv, Florida
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof
or the same will be barred
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 21t
day of June. A D. 1!'7I
FRIEDA CONN
_. As Executrix
the 2r.th day of June. i;.7i
IKS?' H.AYS "'R'-NDWERG
Attorneys for Executrix
3d Ainsley Building
Miami. Florida 33132
_____ 6/2n 7 '2--18
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-4112
in RE: Estate of .,-
BERNARD I.IPSt HI TZ
""'NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hay-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said j
' You are her.i.y notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which vou mav have agalnsl the es-
tate of BERNARD LIP8CHUTZ de-
ceased late of Montreal, Canada to
the County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same in duplicate and as
provided In Section 733.16. Florida
Statutes, in their offices In the Coun-
tv Courthouse in Dade County. Flo-
rida, within six calendar months from
the time of the first publication hereof,
or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 15th
dav of March, ad 1*71.
HENRY LEWIS
As Ancillary Administrator
First publlca'lon of this notice on
the 2nd day of July. 1971.
RICHARD Ai GROSS
Attorney for
Ancillary Administrator
'.<.'. Lincoln Road.
Miami Beach, Florida
7 2-9-16-23
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-2588
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate or
SALLY V. POWELL
I let eased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified anil re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
th. estate of SALLY V POWELL
deceased late of Dade County. Flor-
ida to the Comty Judges of Dade
County, and file me sami In dupli-
cate and as provided in Section 733 -
16, Florida Statutes, in their of-
fices In the County Courthouse In
Dade County, Florida, within six
calendar months from the time of
the first publication hereof, or the
same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 2nd
day of July, A D ir-71
GENEVIEV K SCH WEN I >KL
HARVEY BAXTER
As Executors
First publication of this not!......n
the !th day of Julv. 1971
BAXTER & FRIEDMAN ESQS
By HARVEY BAXTER
Attorneys for Estate of
Sally V Powell
1MB NE 183rd Street
North Miami Beach, Florida
7 9-K-U-M
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-1499
IN RE: Batata "i
VBRA C SNOW
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKB
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given that I
have filed a Phial Repori an.I Petition
for Distribution and Final Discharge
M Admh rl of "', '-,"".w0!
VFR-\ C SNOW, ilec.-as.d and that
on the lfth OBJ Of Augu-t. 1971. will
DPI) to the Honorable < ountj Judges
f Hade County. Florida, for approval
Of said Final Repori and f..r distribu-
tion and final discharge as Adminis-
tratrix of th. esiate of the above-
named decedent. This l-'.th day of
June, 1971.
SARAH V SQUARC1 \.
Administratrix ..( the Estate of
v, rs C Bnow, de< I
SIDNEY EFRONSON
Attorney
111 Alnalej Bulldl -
Miami. Florida 33132
, _-V-16-.3
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR '
DADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY. NO. 71-13218
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
In re. the marriag. of
Edward LEVINS, Husband
and BARBARA LEVINE, Wife
TO: BARBARA LEVINE
143 Carol I.an.
Toledo, >hio
Vou. BARBARA LEVINE, ."
by notified thai a Hill of Complain!
for Divorce has been fi..... .
you, and you are required i ...
copy of your Answer or Pleading
to the Bill of Con Plata
ilfri tttorn< j. .1. >EI. 11 i;i >brish
2825 >:.'.- Am inn Suit. 16, I '.....nut
Oroye, Florida 33133 and file the
original Answet I ding In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
' ..urt on ..r I., f< re the 1Mb da i ol
August, 1971 If you fail t., do so
judgment by default will be taken
against you for the r Hi : .1. mat ded
in the Bill of Complaint
Th' ; .ii be published once
each week for four conaecutive weeks
In I III-: JEWISH FI ORIDIAN
I'"Vi: AND ORDERED at M ami
elnrlda, this 12th da) of Julv a D
E B LEATHERM v n Clerk
< Ircull Court, Dad. County. Floi da
Bj II M h'ISSEE
. Deputy Clerk
"' ir.-uit Court Ri al.
JOEL I> ROBRI8H
2*23 i lak Avi Suite u;
' ennui Gr< .. Florida 33133
Attorney for Plaintiff
I .
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADS
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 71-12470
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
MARY NAGT,
Plaintiff.
vs
TIBOB SAGT,
Defendant.
T< i TIB" IR N'AGT
MB Apph Trei Ijtne
t ild Bridge, n. Jei
You. Tim 'I! NAQY, are ebj notj-
fied that a Bill .( Complain! for Di-
vorec has been filed against >..u. and
vou are required t< sarve I cogy of
your Answer or Pleading to the MB
of Complaint on the Plaintiff's at-
torney, A E PACZIER, ES4J., GOLD*
MAN. GOLDSTEIN A PACZIER, 2411
\\.-t Flaglei Street, Miami., Horlda
JJ1I8 and fill lh< original Answer
..r Pleading In tin ..Hue of the Clerk
..f th.- Circuit curt on oi before the
6th day of August, 1971 H >"u fall to
do s... judgnu ni bs default will be
taken agalnsl you for th< relief de-
numded In th< Mill cf Complaint.
This notlci shall he published once
each week f.-r four consecutive weeks
in Till: JEWISH FLORIDIAN
DONE AND iRI ERE!' it Miami,
Florida, ll ll day of June AD.
1!'71
l: B LEATHERMAN Clark
Circuit Courl Dadi County, Florida
By; < r COPBLA D
1.- I'Uiv Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal) i '
,( |.dm an. in iLDSTEIN oc
PACZIER
J401 W-: PI | r Street
Miami, Florida i S18S
Attorne] for Plaintiff
Tele 84J-2411
; !->-t-n
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No 71-2823
(ARTHUR W. PRIMVI
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
ll RE BsUti t
ANNA ENGEL
I.. .
To All Cr. All P Hav-
ing Claims or I at Said
Estate:
You an hereb; notll ind re.
quired to presa
mandi u : .- v. ,lfc;. |
the eatati \ \ I IHEI
. eased lati f Dndi I tout I Floi
t.. the i 'ounly Judgi s of I..... Cou
and file :| .lupii il and -.
provided In S< Hi : Florida
Statute) nfl un-
tj i tourtl u n D idi C Flor-
ida a nl.ii, -i\ ... ndar i nthi '. nj
the time of (hi fit l publi. lion h. re-
..f. or the -..in. u in i i .
I M'e.i ,,t Mi..no riot Ida this .-h
da) ..f .luh A D l71
STLVW N HOLTZMAN
Bxi. utor
First pui.ii. alii i. ..ft' a
th. isth da, : Julj
Ol .i IDMAN \- HOLTZMAN
Attorneys ( i i.\.. utor
11".. Concord Bldg Mlam
: f t
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
vJewisli ncrktfan
solicits your tegal notices
Weappreciateyour
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at ideal
rates.
Dial 373-4605
raft ftussf N6r snvfcf
rl NOTICE UNDER
,.-..,FICTIT,ous NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
1 ", ur.....** ed, desiring to engage
,;"'',"' u'"1" "'' fictitious name
of PERLA FIRN1TI l!E at :t1J7 N \v
.th Ave, Miami, Florida, intend to
register Mid name with the clerk of
B V'r'"'' ('"ur' of Dade County,
.Dated at Miami, Florida, this 11th
day of June. 1S7I,
PERLA FfRNITPHE (Partnership)
SEBASTIAN VEGA
(Co-Partner)
ANDRES SEBASTIAN VBOA
(Co-Partn. n
R1CARDO JUAN RBOTJB1RO
_______________________'25 7/2-9-16
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT7
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-2627
(JOHN R. BLANTON)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Estate of
PHILIP F POU.ACK
De. aseil
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
| quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
th. .state of PHILIP F POLLACK
I deceased late of DH.ie County Flor
I Ida, to the County Judges .\f |,.,,i,
.County, and Ihe san ,,' '
2%L'",ascPr"vlllfd ctlon 733 -
L> .h ':'a Sf,a,U,," L" th. Ir offices
ni th. County Courthouse in Dade
m,Un".hy' }X"ri,l\ wi"n six calendar
months from the time nf the first
! wssr hpreo'-or ,h -* *"
ANN S. POI.I.ACK
As Executrix
AS Kfift .9,7.,h'8 -"'on
?""" ,or Executrix
100 No. Biscayne Blvd., Miami, Fla
7/J-16-2S-S0
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring i engage
In business u..... the flctli u- name
of aaa CHAIR RENTAL AND
sales at l.'i Northeast 9th street,
Miami. Florida Intend t>. -*id
name with t!i. CI. rk of the < ir. ul|
Court of I'.oi. County, Florida
SAM I .FBI N
BEBE Dl'BIN
_,___________________ ; -.'.1-30 _
NOTICE UNDER ~
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY QIVBN thai
the undersign. ,1. desiring to engage
"1 t',U^il',,TvS- u,i'r "" "'' name
-I,,ro,!T,N ccyi-r*0^ 'andhB at
,43 1 Collins Avenue. Miami Beach.
Florida intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the cir mt Court
of Dade County. Florida
B.VE ENTERPRISES INC
By: Betty Epstein, Pres
________ I 16-U-M
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71.IMS
, __ ARTHUR W. PRIIVM
In RE Estati
HARRY EUICK
D6C(
To iiN-T.,CE T0 CRED .'.,! r*'d,"'rs !'>"l All Pel sons Hav-
BstatJ: "' I""n'"'lv >-'st said
YoU are her. by notified and requir-
vhi'.',';1:',;'. "m- uu| *ES*
. i aim"v >, v\- y,n"' 'n- "<'
i l \- /A '' K ''" '......I late of
^ s iCie'county.^:::^.^;:
of he f"ir ,i,r m;',1,h" from (he ""<
PHILLIP zr"ic*K
u-i- s Kxe.utor
BAXTER A FRIEDMAN'
fL,','rJ:,e>,B r"r Executor
!&!' '""1 Street
North Miami Beach. Florid*
/ 7/S-J-lg


July 16. 1971
*'viewUt) fkridmaai
Page 11-B
Samuel Bronfman, 80, Noted SovietJews and The
Canatlian Philan.hropi* Ne"Abollt*
Gbttoarto
NTRBAl. S-m-.ii. I I'.ion:-
^kid president ol Dis- j
dHtlbn-SeAgram I.t.i.
of Montreal n.xl New York, ilie.l
Snj"?5to">' at his home in Wes -
', Mont: -.ill. a
old
Ir. Broni; n, who amassed
* fortune con-.,
at $400 million. u.i- i i .i i p,,.-
Utrthmpist nn
Zionist action A' H .
his death, the company hi' founded 1
was.known as th- world's lai-gosl
distiller and h al annual sales ix-
ceedinfi $1..'?
Bom in Beaiulon, Manitoba, on
MutC.I l.-v Mr A. ll], || ..
Yeehiel Broui'man. nro-pn-ous
owner of a ;:
Russia wh" ..; ili'il !.- > h .inn-
Jewish po ;; t I
WafltemJCanad.i as .1 l.irani,!
salesman.
After B'i 1 t'1" p-'hl;
schools 0f Brandon and Winnipeg,
b<* took ,1 'in as manager m .1
entf hot
age Of %%. By the time he was L'l
"lad'ji mal! hotel of his own
and was ;
^^tei'i I in
1915
ordar Tn
Government decided to enter the
loqtNff men'handismi; business, he
dS^^H I ::i:ike
ana H>n',"i.in concerns now sell
114 qHl'K in 119 ountrie;:.
ironfman's first small dis-
pts dished in 1924, became
id with the Distillers Com-
P*4Mrf-'l{ 1:: priMhu-ers
Scotch '.' -.>- 1 I..- :n 1 1 : (1111-
petitor at that time was Joseph .!
Seagrsue. a 1 i cs. after,
Seajflrsir ,\in to experience fi-
rancial 1 1 -s. Mr. Bronfman
hotmht .it. ai.-ci: ;. 1: ati I a.
p*dBaiiil set up a public corpora-
tion.
Active until his death) "Mr. |
Sam" Is h was called thmuRhout
the^andu-ii \. was known for
stwwrcl business decisions. He often
stajj at his desk late into the:
nidM but in recent years he wait-,
edlMil the famed Seagram Build-
ingiS 375 Park Ave., was almost
empty, and then headed for a
rlrtoJJl IS.' it .n V.O. and water"
at the company bar.
As the business crew and Mr.
BromVi' r
r d rrhTc <:' his business over to,
LEGAL NOTKE
notice under
fictitious name law
NO*Jci IS HKRKUY HIVKN that
the und rsi^m-d. d,->irinc to engage
to buaiii' urul.-r tin- fl.'tltious iiame
of j^BTt'KV FXHtlUTS al 1 N.W
8* Breet. Miami. Florida, Intends
to regTs'- r -aid mini, with the ri<>rk
of Uit <..
lAK'iN' DISPLAYS, INC
8 ['.ml Baron, President
[ M ANDLER, SMITH &
CKU
a f.,1- Baron Displays, Inc.
__In Road
Bea- KL.i i.l.i 33139
: -t-:'3-nn
, NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ILEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OFFLOIIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
"T No. 71-11762
UIT FOR DIVORCE
his sons, although he remained In
firm control of the operation. The
elder son, Edgar, was made presi-
dent of the c mpany'a Americ in
. Joa |lh i: S-a-ram &
Sons. The younger son. Chartes?
was made president of the Ca-
i id in branch, the House ol S a-
BTam, Ltd. Family investments
grew to include oil companies,
real estate, trust funds and heavy
rnvi r) nents in French and Israi II
oncerns, Oreo asked what was
man's m t m imentous Lnventl in,
"Mr. Sam" once replied: "Interest."
The family donates more than
Si million a year to charities and
luc itional institutions. While
some ni this money is given to
such secular Institutions as thei
B Scouts, the Hi art \-'*v.\i\. Mc-
1 I fill University and Williams
C illeg i, most of it is reserved for
I a sh caua s,
An impressive S imuel Bronfman
Biblical and Archaeological -Mu-
seum in Jerusalem was donated
by his children as a birthday Rift,
;;nd "Mr. Sam" himself had headed
many Israel Bond drives.
In 1939 he was named president
of the Canadian Jewish Congress
and tried, for the most part un-
successfully, t > rescue thousands
of Jews from Germany. Alter the
war, he helped finance a cr t
purchase it Canadian weapons for
the troops of the Haganah.
Mr, Bronfman's activities In
Jewish affairs included service as
p esidcnt ol the Canadian Jewish
congress tor 23 years and later
an honorary president In addition,
he served aa vice president ol
the World Jewish Congress and
chairman of its North American
Section.
Other offices included vice presi-
dent "oi the Conference on Jewish
Material Claims against Germany;
president of the United Jewish
Relief Agencies; and ol Canada-
Israel Development, Ltd.
For 18 years he served as presi-
dent of the Federation of Jewish
Philanthropies. By special resolu-
tion of the Board of Trustees, he
was named to be the honorary
president of its successor. Allied
Jewish Community Services of
Montreal an office created es-
pecially in recognition 01 his valm d
servici s.
In addition to the turreted, red-
brick Victorian mansion near Mon-
treal, the family also has an es-
tate in Tarrytown. NY., called
Belvedere.
He is survived bj his w Lfe Saidyc
Rosner; a brother, Allan; his sons,
Edgar and Charles; two daughters,
Mrs. Phillip Lambert and Baron-
ess Alain de Gunzburg, and sev-
eral grandchilden.
Funeral services wc re held Tues-
day at Shaar Hashomayim Syi
gogtte.______________________________
LEGAL NOTICE
Egon Fink, JRC Staffer,
Dies After Long Illness
Egon Fink. 65, Joint Distribution
Committee representative in Vi-i
enna since 1937, died In Vienna I
Continued From IB
erick Douglasses and Harriet Tub-
mans. What they need are more
people like Wendell Phillips and
W illiam Lloyd Garrison a new
breed of abolitionists.
m imv itrecjantlji sites a lone illness, i ac-1
The issue is not black or w' cording to Samuel L. Haber. JDC '
Jew or gentile, but mans respon- executive vie. chairman.
sibility to fight injustice, a fight Mr. Fink joined the staff or!
In which blacks are in a unique the Joint Distribution Committee
Hon. As a result of the mjus-'in 1916 m the British Zone of j
trees that have lieen commit let
against us and our struggle against
these injustices, we have gained a
certain moral authority which can
lie el Actively used to assist other
oppressed groups In their own
rtruggle tot liberation.
What we must do is to clearly
and unequivocally make known
our position on this iss-i". Par
from detracting from oar fight for
aclal equality, any efforts we
nokc on behalf of Soviet Jewry
will strengthen our movement by
gracing it with a universal dimen-
sion. Nothin we eou'd do would
be more in keeping with the spirit
>f Martin I.uther King who raised
bis voice on all issues involvinf
basic human rights.
BDITORS NOTE: The foregoing col-
nmn wan scheduled to appear In more
ihun inn N'.'ut,, mid l.aimr newspaper*
ttllH mnlltll
Rabbi Ever Recommended
Rabbi Dr. Isaac Hirsh Ever has
been recommended by the board
of governors and rhe membership
committee, to membership in the
International Platform Associa-
tion.
Mrs. Minkoff Is Named
Mrs \':oli Minkoff. who was
named 'Woman of the Year'' by
the Lincoln-Miami Beach Chapter
of the Women's League F ir Is-
ael. was recognized for her out-
standing service and loyaltv to the
cause of the homeless, blind and
handicapped young in-ople in Is-
rael, She has received a
from the New York office of the
Women's League For Israel
in
Germany where he served as li-:
aiSOn Officer between the JDC .in I
the Centra] Committee of
rated Jews in the British Zone. In
1949. when the JDC inaugurated
its program in Morocco, he moved
to Casablanca to become assis-
' director for JDC-Moroceo.
Follov iiv the outbreak of the rev-'
obit, m in Hungary in 1956, JDC
summoned him to Vienna to help,
care for the thousands of Hun-
garian Jewish refugees pouring
into the city. He leaves his wife..
1 Peggy, an I daughter, Michele.
GELBER
Hi. lit
74, l-
i. N .\i li., paw
July t'ih She i
oid. David Qelh,
v K n:-.-,I
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'oral Qnlilcx
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of 1. A.. Calif s. 1 w. -
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If GAL NOTICE
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by notlfi,
for IMvoi .
and you 1
of your A
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an ROGER,
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, ITnknov, n
IIABA ROGER are here-
iiiai a inn ,,f Complaint
hn. bi en filed agalnal you
required i" terve B ropy ,
,.,-r ,,! |'|.- ,.1'ni- ',. Ih.' Bill .
1 "ii ih,' Plaintiffs attorn- -
ey. D9f >.-, ,\
ley Buiia 1 1
and file 1' !
ing In th
Circuit ( 1
* Of Jul'
judgment defaull "in be token
agaXaat y.ai t,.r in,- relief demanded
In the Hill "f I'liniplalnl
Thla Sdih.- ahull be publlahed one
fai-li uMk 1,11 four conaecuUve weeka
B JIM IS1I I-'" (lIMIUAX
^B AMI (iltDKUKll 1,1 Miami.
^Illii- IHIh ilny ,,f Jun.
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Tfor PlaliUtff
S/I5 7/2-9-16
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-13353
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN RE: Th.- M.01.1111. of:
\\ II.I.IA.M ELL8WI 'l: I'll HARRIS,
Huaband,
-aii'l-
IIITH S HARRIS,
\\ lfe
I' tt II.I.IA.M Ki.l..s\M U: 1 11
HARRIS
\ inn-lit 204
Plower Avenue
Takoma Park. Mnrj laud 2001 i
vou are Hereby notified
lhal a Petition f"i Dlaaolutlon of Mar-
riage haa been filed naming \"U as
dent and you are roQUlred to
nervi ops ol 1 air Vnwwer or other
pleadings on the Petltloner'a Attornej
\ ROBERT CARLISLE, -".: Alham
bra Circle, Coral Oablesj, Florida
33134, ami the original of anj Bueh
Anawer or other pleading In the of-
fice of the Clerk of the above styled
Cotiri on it before the i:uh day "i
AAignat, ihti. if you fall t" do so,
judKnii-nt l'\' d.-fault will
agauwi yog for ihr relhif
in Hi" said Petition
DONE AND ORDERED
liadc County, Florida this
.lulv, IS71.
1: It I.KATHIOIt.MAX
Clerk "f the Circuit court
liaili' County, Florida
By: im-;i.i-:n" ki:ssi.kr
An Deputy Clerk
\. T/IS-tS-SO 'i
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SEhVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 71-13311
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: EDW Altn GEORGE
Husband,
and
i:i.zi!ii-:ta iraeyna
DlOnUS GE" "ROE,
Wife
Ti I: EDWARD GEORGE
i" i:.i-- Parade
Eastw.....I, Sydney, Australia
Yin- are hrrei'.y N'i-rnii:n
that an action for Diaolutinn of Mar-
riage has- been fll^d against you and
yon arr renutred 10 serve a ropy of
>"ur written defenses If any. to it
, n a\i;i:i.'i a. ai.i. attorney for
Petitioner ivhose address is Sulto
4O0 Roberts Building. -."* Weal Flagler
Street. Miami. Florida, SSIS0, and tile
the Original witlt the i-l^rk of the
above ntyled rourt on or before
August -ft. IP7t: otherwise a default
will In- entered against you for th.-
relief demanded In Ihe complaint or
Ion.
This notice Mhali be published onc#
each iv,', k for fotr eonserutlve lveeks
in THE JEWISH F1-OR1DIAN.
WITNESS my hand and ii" il
' court i Miami Florida on
ibis i4ib daj .f .tun-. 1971
F. It t EATHERM \N.
1 1 "li rk. Clreuli Court
Dedi Countv, Florida
lt\ v A HBWETT
A- Denuty 1 "terk
(Circuit Court Si ii '
A v;i"i n 1 Ml. I>a If'IRR
Building
i'v \\-..., F\,..\ r Street
Miami i" "'"*
Attorney for Petitioner
7 I,!--"! "' V ,1
Milini. 75, ISSO N VV
liii.-rnirnt Ml \. I,
10275 Cllins Ave
ralde.
BS, :,l'l'4 Alton
Interment Mt.
|4, S3I Lenox
20th St., M II
7\ *41 Collins
s^:in Harding
Si
SCHOFEL. llvman.
\\. M B Riverside
SHARF. Max, "9, ::::
New nmn
aldoroty, Charles,
Ivi II.B Riverside.
JAMISON. I iv. 75,
Ave .11 n Riverside.
KLEIN, Till,. 78, 1520 W. Ave. River-
side.
I LEVI. galli, S3 1531 N.E KTtli St..
N .Mil. Blasberg,
: potash. Samui 1 81, 108 Bouthshore
In- M.lt. Blaabi rg,
rosen. Max, 78, 1805 t:mIi si Cause-
way. Riverside.
ROSENThal. Herman, 78, 0490 Col-
lins Ave M.n. Blasbi rg
RUFFKESS, Jos.nb Samuel, 94, J801
ciiins Avi MM Newman,
SEIGEL. Edith, S4, 6S5 lannox Ave..
.11 it Riverside Interment Mt Nebo.
BERGERSON. David, is : Edge-
water Dr., Coral Gables, Riverside
Ganin. Morris. :;. 2000 Liberty Ave.,
M.lt Riverside.
JieuiH
Jllemorial Cnape/
JEWISH fUNERAl DIRCICS'
LOCAL AND OUT OF STATE
AR I'A'.Gt ME MI5
891-6444J
13385 W OIXIF HVVV N M
hi' l;ilvi n
demand) '
in Miami
14 day of
PETCEMETERY
24-HOUR SERVICE
Complete burial and funeral
arrangements tor Pets of oil
types, including pick-up service
Beautiful Cemetery Grounds
Cremation Services
Moderate Prices
VfcT HEAVty
MEMORIAL PARK
226-7387
11X01 WEST HAGIER
VRMssaVaBBSSSaggsaB
Gordon, 1 ,.uis. s7, 1..... Pennn
vanla Ave., .11 u Rlvei Bide
GROSSMAN, Lout! J., -I t:..... s
'Till A \ > l:i\ 1 si,i,
GUTERMAN, Dora, 7:. 729 \ E l"l 1
Tit. Gordon.
LEWIN. Mi, ha. I. ,.7. 304 8 H 7 -
Si Itfveri id. Interment Mi N< bo
LIEPIVIANN, Brna, ;.:. B32 Ifitb !>
.11.1;. Riverside.
NAROFF, .Max. m; r,r. I^nox Al ,
.11 B Itlveraide Interment Mt,
Nebo,
NATHAN. Dolly, 77. R00 S U |l I
'I'' r It.ill.iail.il.- Levitt.
ROGOWSKY. S10I1, ; ,. ...... sjui
Ave., .Mil Klverside, Intermeni
Mi. Sinai
vogel. Nathan Kii.sgoi ('oiiinc 1
.11 It lllashera
WASSERMAN. Jaek, 89, 1175 8
. .Hi Ave Rlvi n Idi lull ; men) .1 ...
BLACKER. I null 86, 1121 I'-nii-
vanla Ave., .11 B. Itlveraide.
BRESNICK. i:-ili, r, 71 RIO N
I Kith St., N M l: Rlvi 1
DORFMAN. I oull I : .17 I
did Ave \i li Rlvi rslde
CILLER. Al,1.1I1.1111. 62, I7fl S, (il.i- <
in Riveraldi
HAMBURGER. Simon 8., 81 10850
It4i.i Harbor Dr. BtasberK
KALKER. Nathan, 78, 6395 Coll
Ave .Mil Rlvi a<
PAST. I.ouis. ss. |460 Ocean r
.M 11 Rh ,IM,|,
zapolsky. Max, 7:'. 1411 Coll -
1 1 1 U Blasberg.
BLATT. Harry, 78, 1130 llih Si M
iordon.
FELD. Benjamin I.. 74, 15800 x 1
titi Ave., N.M.B Riverside
FINK. Augusta, B6, 2280 s 11'
Ter Riverside
Goldstein. Carol Ann. 11, t
N.E iloth Ter. Riverside
GOTTFURCHT. Solomon, '" J20 -
linn Ave., .ii It Blasberg.
KESSLER. Hugo, 7:'. 5701 Collins Av ..
M II Blaahere.
OPPENHEIM. Reheeoa 80 1055 Pel
nylvanla Ave .11 B, Riveraldi
OPPENHEIMER, Louis, 2, 1801 N !
Miami Gardens Dr. N.M B. l!i\.
hide
STEINBERG, Hov ant. 81, 1085 Bu<
Avi .M.lt. Rlvi rslde
WALDORF. Maurlee, 59, 7575 Pol 1
de Leon Blvd., South .Miami Rlvi -
sldi
WEINTRAUB. in- Phillip, 77.. 57 I
Collins Ave., M.B Riversidi
WETSTEIN. l;,!,.,,a. 76, 1350 IV.,- -
ingtnn Ave M.B Blasberg
ARKUSH. Jacob, ai. 1244 Pi ..: .
vanla Ave Ml; Levitt.
BRAFF. Joseph, 86, 1"'" 6th Si M \
Itivi rsldi
BYRON. Bel :' .i 7ll, 918 i lei an I
M B X. wman
HERRING. James, 59, 1745 X.ll
SI Blasliera
HUTNER. Paull 86 1400 SI" i i
Ave M ll. Blasberg. Int. rmi 111
\. I.o
LEVINSON, 1 Ir I oulH 1 1 "
N K Miami Rardi ns Dr 1 ..-\ Itt.
LUBOW. Rhea, '.'. 6231 B.VV, 78th -
Rlvi rslde
SHERMAN. Hannah it. 1985 Coll
Avi M.lt Blasbi m
SOKOLOFF, Herman, 89, MOB X .
195th St. Rlvi rslde.
STEINBERG. Herman, 71, 691J I
tin- Ave .M li Blasberg.
COHEN. .Morris. 7.1. li""! S ',
l>r.. M It Newman.
FIRST. Bve, 66, 1521 Jefferson A'
M.lt Riverside. Interment Mt Nel
HOROWITZ. Mi la. 89, 550 IMli 8 .
lilt Riverside
JACOBS, Margaret M 59, S020 x
lTSrd St., X M.B Rlversldt
KATZ, l/.uis I.. 68, 641 Eaton I
Way. M.B. Riverside,
PAUL. Bobby, 83, 6880 Allison R .
M li Riverside.
SANDLerR rolls 76, 0 Washing!
Ave.. M.lt. Gordon.
SONKiN. i:\a i; 69, 1025 N.E, 78
ltd. Riverside
STEINER. Sydney J., 77. 1525 N
ir.sth St.. N.M it Riverside
BASS, Sam. *7. 150 '.nth St M
Levitt, Intermeni Mt. Binal.
KAPELNIK. Mary. S3. :i8r, Indian
Creek Dr.. M. It Riverside.
LEMKIN. Samuel, 71, 117". Normal-
rr. Riverside
LEVY. it,,-.-. 80, 1143 Marsidll.s Dr.,
M.lt Blasberg
MAGER. David, 71 1201 17th St.. .11 ..
Blasberg. Interment Mt. Nebo
PRESS. Morris, v". 1352 EtUClld A
M It Rlvi rsldi
aoel. it.mi.. '. 1800 Bant 8
Blvd.. North Miami Riverside
ASHER. Henry.. *2, S41 W. Slat I .
Mini, all Riverside.
axelrod. Benjamin, 81, 7626 Hi
ing Avi M Ii Blasbi
BERKOVITZ. Sarah. S4. BtQ EuC 1
A vi ii B. Newman.
GROSSMAN, Samuel. 86, 18650
Dixie Highway, N.M H 'Iordon.
JEROSLOW. I.oui- M, .",'.'. 6336 8
L2th St Riverside
ROSENBLATT. Lily. 60. 11i."' N "
man ly Dr M B. ltlasli.Tg.
GELB
MONUMENTS INC.
Open Ivc.y Day Closed Sobbots
140 SW 57th Ave. MO 1-8583
Mioir.i i Only Strictly Jewish
Monument Droler
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Memt.er-
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Friday. July i6
1971
M\\\
ONUS SPECIAL! fAVI 32< ON TWO PKOf.1
iniy* m
SOFTWEVE
BATHROOM tg %
TISSUE = |y
ENJOY THIS HASTING ACTION!
UtHUtg TURKEYS
== ASSORTED-WHITE
LIMIT 2 PKGS. OF 2 ROLLS. PLEASE, WITH OTIiEH PURCHASES
.-F S7 OR MORr. r\iH'PIN<~. riGARrTTFS
FOOD FAIR
CRANBERRY
SAUCE
2T
16-uz
CAN
U.S.D.A.
GRADE 'A'
QUICK
FROZEN
LB.
5 TO 9 LBS. AVERAGE
BONUS SPECIAL! SAVE 32
16-OZ.
NO RET.
BOTTLES
ALL FLAVORS
SAV E '8. 1SS
1
Scott Family Napkins 3 99
SAVE 30< DECORA1ED AND ASS! D. COLORS
Viva Paper Towels..........3 *c 99c
Pope Tomato Paste........Zcan 29
MRS AIMERS 2-tB $125
Regular Gefilte Fish...........jar
FNNE SOFT
FABRIC
SOFTENER
GALLON PLASTIC JUG. 89C
Sa\FUV- a.. Ml M Ok- All beef __
Oscar Mayer Franks.........wco. 79c
FOOD FAIR __
Midget Liverwurst.............ami 29c
KAHN*S COOKED SAIAM OR __
Sliced Dutch Loaf .............wo 59c
39c
Pope Artichoke Hearts
OT.
1PLASTIC
29
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ALL CHEESE AND LUNCH MEATS
ARE SLICED TC YOUR ORDER
Rich's Turkey Salami ............i 89c
Sweet Munchee Cheese i 99c
Freshly Smoked Sable............ 99c
HYGRADC S
Dutch or Pepper Loaf >u 89c
M
FOOD
FAIR
SUPERMARKETS
FTATURES FFFFCTIVF THRU SAT. JULY 17
AT ALL FOOD FAIR & FRCDERICHS STORES
EXCLUDING FOOD FAIR KOSHER MARKETS
TOP QUALITY LUSCIOUS SANTA ROSA
PLUMS
TOPU.S CHOICE WESTERN
^1
ROASTS ,69
99'
*OPO. -.
LBS,
Florida Juice Oranges TO
Pink Meat Cantaloupes 2
Bing Cherries .................
New White Potatoes 10

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59'
69'
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RAIN CHECK
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Sliced Beef Liver....................ie 69e
.. > ; //ES1ERN
Fresh Ground Chuck...............u 89c
GA.- FLA. GRADE 'A' FRESH ICED
FRYER
QUARTERS,
LEG QUARTERS BREAST QUARTERS
GA FlA GRADE A FRESH ICED
39
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Fryer Breasts ................ib.69c
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Fryer Drumsticks.................ib 69
LA GRATE A-FRESH ICED __
Fryer Whole Legs Thighs =69
Fryer Livers............................u 59c
FOOD FAIR FLORIDA FRESH
GRADE 'A' EGGS
MEDIUM
ERS
3
5
" L(
PKGS
99'
99'
8 0Z i flc
CUPS
J
QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVCD
Parkay Margarine
SAVE 3 6< All FLAVORS
Borden's Yogurt........
Save 1 *hi n liveiy lov fat
Sealtest Cottage Cheese 29
Save 9c FOOD I OR BORDEn S
Cream Cheese................2 65c
DCIK C S
Flo-Sun Orange Juice 3 ^ 85e
ACTION BONUS SPECIAL! SAVE 20"
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ICE CREAM
= FLAVOR-KIST ALL FLAVORS
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MOTHER'S FAVORITE
CRISCO OIL
SPATTERS LESS FOR
BETTER FRYING
= p| -BLENDS BETTER IN
SALAD DRESSINGS
(risu v
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Si.r
Rich's Frozen Eclairs
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i
49
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COOKIN' BAGS
\w
.Vs- FRESH SEAFOOD DEPARTMENT
Florida Caught Yellowtail u 89c
FRESHil SUCEO
Kingfish Steaks 1H59C
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