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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
July 23, 1971

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

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

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
July 23, 1971

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
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AA00010090:02216

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Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of South Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of North Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of South County
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Preceded by:
Jewish unity
Preceded by:
Jewish weekly
Succeeded by:
Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper


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"Oewish Flaridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
toj 44 Number 30
Miami, Florida Friday, July 23, 1971
Price 2Jc
TO ISRAELI PATROLS
alestinian Terrorists Surrendering
eli
s;
1VSALEM (JTA> The
levelopment along the
an frointier mass sur-
n of heavily-armed Pales-
terrorist-; fleeing King
. I troops has created
lache and potentially em-
ling situation as well as a
of practical problems
i- li authorities.
'.lrrender Monday of 17
wa\ ing undershirts
d to their guns and cry-
us. save us."' brought
iiber of guerrillas who
n Jordanian patrols and
. themselves in to their Is-
n last weekend to 72.
? \tra long < anin. t session
reports on the situation,
i-:.tils were classified und
I ;iiilicati-in forbidden nn-
. alty ot law.
Isnu 11 ivemment wants
any act which might be
;i d as Interfering in Jor-
interneclne fighting. At
time, it does not want
Ml King Hussein's drive
the terrorists, which has
tken considerable pressure
reel's Ion? frontier. Since
- civil war last Septem-
ber, it was pointed out. the al-
most daily rocket, artillery and
mortar bombardments of Israeli
settlements in the Beisan and
Jordan valleys have become a
rare occurence.
The fedayeen. apparently pre-
ferring to become prisoners of
the Israelis rather than to face
death or capture at the hands of
the Jordan Arab Legion, are
for the most part- well trained
in terrorist and sabotage tech-
niques. Thus they must be heav-
ily guarded as well as quartered
and fed. But denying them en-
try would almost certain death
for them at the hands of King
Hussein's troops, who have re-
portedly carried out a number
of mass executions.
Israeli observers on the West
Bank have reported seeing Arab
I.egionaires in armored ears and
jeeps criss-crossing the Jordan
Valley In search of guerrilla
hands. Jordanian infanrhrv re-
portedly was rooting terrorists
out of hiding places in fields and
orange groves.
A hand of 16 terrorists at-
tempting to cross the Jordan
News Briefs
10 Million Loan For Roads
WASHINGTON, D.C. (WNSl The World Bank
ntd Israel a S!u million 20 year loan at 7>*~ Interest tor
building purposes. The money will be used to finance most
th. foreign exchange cost of Israel's recently announced
ir program of highway expansion estimated to cost S913
11 '; : the building will be in and around Tel Aviv.
football Returns To Brandeis
WALTHAM. Mass. (WNS) -- Brandeis University, which
not had a varsity football team since 1959, will compete in
tercollegiate club football this fall. Brandeis president Charles
Schottland has announced. Two games have already been
eduled and more are being sought.
ire For Sick Child Sought
TEL AVrV (JTA) A Jewish woman from Vilna has ar-
here with her 18-month-old son who is suffering from a
ailment which Soviet doctors have said was incurable.
. Bella Tzerulmikoff left the Soviet Union on a six month
after she persuaded Soviet authorities that a cure might be
and in Israel. The child has been admitted to the Beilinson
spital in Petach Tikvah. The same plane from Vienna brought
sh immigrants from Riga. Vilna. Tashkent, Georgia. Moldavia
nd Kovno.
Oil Pipeline To Be Enlarged
ELATH (JTA The Elath-Ashkelon pipeline which car-
es oil from the Red Sea to the Mediterranean will be expanded
am its present caixicity of 22 million tons per year to 43 mil-
Mi tons in 197.1, Deputy Finance Minister Zvi Dinstein an-
Minced. He said work would start shortly on underground
Itoragc tanks with a capacity of one million tons, which will be
Btady when work on the pipeline is completed
P*abor Troubles Plague Israel
JERUSALEM (JTA) I^ibor troubles continued to plag ie
fiel this week as postal service and sick-fund clinic workers
?an .job actions protest delays in meeting their wage and
Page benefit demands. Possible interruptions in telex and
ble transmissions to and from Israel wore expected as postal
>rkers began a "no overtime, no emergency and no standby
II" strike until their demands for higher wages were met. The
iical and office of the sickfund clinics started a "non-stop
arkday" with no time out for lunch or other purposes, allowing
em to quit work at 3 p.m.
River was encircled by an Israeli
patrol Saturday. They willingly
laid down their arms and sur-
rendered when ordered to do so.
The group was carrying auto-
matic rifles, hand grenades and
a machine gun; the absence of
food and explosives convinced
the Israeli commander that they
were fleeing King Hussein's
troops and were not on a sabo-
tage mission.
Jordanian Premier Wasfi Tel
was quoted by Amman radio
Monday as saving that about
2 000 guerrillas have already
been rounded up and the re-
maining ."WO are being hunted
down. If his estimate of the
"Paratrooper Day*
Marked By Israel
TEL AVIV (JTA i As Israel
marked Paratrooper Day (July
141 last week, military leaders
hinted that there would be new
commando raids deep inside
Egypt should fighting break out
again on the Suez Canal front.
Stressing that the Israeli Army
has learned the lessons of the
past. Chief of Staff Gen. Haini
Bar-Lev told paratroopers at
Ramat Gan that in the event of a
new war they would play a diffi-
cult and central role, just as they
did during the war of attrition
waged by Egyptian President
Gamal Abdel Nasser up until the
Aug. s. 1970 ceasefire. That war,
he noted, was marked by a se-
ries of raids conducted by Is-
raeli airborne troops on key
targets in the Egyptian hinter-
land
number of guerrillas still at lib-
erty is accurate, Israel no long-
er needs fears being swamped
by defecting guerrillas.
As the Jordanian Army began
intermittent shelling of portions
of the Jordan River in an appar-
ent attempt to prevent any
more guerrillas from crossing
the shallow stream to surren-
der. Israeli s|K>tter planes and
patrols along the border wer-
Increased along the OBSMfira
line. Alter the terrorists were
picked up, they were blindfolded
and taken away for interroirA-
tion.
Slowly being compressed int->
enclaves by Jordan's Army, th !
guenillas cannot flee into Ira?
or Syria, since both have barred
their entry.
it
Eban Comments On China.
USSR And Terrorists
JERUSALEM (JTAi For-
eign Minister Abba Eban dis-
cussed Israel's relationship with
the Peoples' Republic of China
and the Soviet Union as well as
the phenomenon of recent days
the mass surrender of Pales-
tinian terrorists fleeing the Jor-
danian Armyin his foreign
policy statement before the
Knesset Monday. The statement
on China was obviously prompt-
ed by the change in American
policy announced by President
Nixon last week.
"Israel was one "of the first
state* to recognize the ( hinese
Peoples' Republic ami has shown
good will toward her achieve-
ments," said Mr. Elian. "But
since the i!).i."> Bangkok Confer-
ence, the Chinese govenunent
lias chosen to ignore Israel. Nev-
ertheless. China has never been
erased from Israel's political
thinking, for who can ignore its
world position and influence on
international developments?
"We are not responsible for
the change that took place in
relations between China and Is-
rael," Mr. Eban continued. At
this time of world soul-searching
every state, whether large or
small, must reevaluate the roa i
to be taken. It is clear that Is-
rael's foreign policy must ac-
tively consider these develop-
ments."
Reviewing Israel's position U.
world affairs, Mr. Elian pointed
out that despite its strength, the
Soviet-Arab offensive has not
achieved a single one of its ob-
jectives, nr.d that instead of oe-
Ing Isolated and cut off from her
World-Wide contacts. Israel is
expanding them in every field
and on every continent and has
Continued on Page 13-A
Black Panther Dispute Erupts
JERUSALEM (JTA> Dis-
sension erupted among the Black
Panthers following the recent
announcement that they would
send a delegation to the United
States next September to arouse
the American Jewish community
to the problems of poverty in
Israel.
The internal dispute revolved
around which Panther leaders
would make the trip. One of
them. Edi Malka. was expelled
from the organization after he
accused two other leaders of ob-
taining funds for the trip from
"left-wing sources." He also al-
leged that El Fatah, the Pales-
tinian terrorists organization had
offered military- training to the
Panthers.
Malka, who was recently In-
volved in a dispute with hous-
ing authorities over his apart-
ment, directed his charges
against fellow-Panthers Reuven
Abergil and Saadya Marciano
who are slated to go to the
Patted States. Malka was not
selected. A Panther ll" Hkinsman
said Malka was ousted because
he was "disruptive to discipline
and was using the organization
for his own ends."
On the speaking tour of the
United States in mid-September,
the delegation will try to get
the American Jewish commun-
ity to pressure the Israeli gov-
ernment to better meet the needs
of the country's poor. The dele-
gation will consist of Panther
leaders Abergil, Marciano and
Charlie Biton. They will be ac-
companied by Dr. Naomi Kies,
of the Hebrew University's po-
litical science faculty, an Amer-
ican settler who has been closely
associated wiith the Panther
movement since last March.
Marciano said the purpose of
the mission was "to go to the
American Jewish community
and to tell them about how their
donations to Israel are being
misspent." He said they had no
Intention of raising money for
the Panthers, only to influence
public opinion.
The Black Panthers, who took
the streets earlier this in noisy,
sometimes riotous demonstra-
tions protesting poverty and
squalid living conditions, are
mainly youths and young adults
of North Africa and Asian ori-
gin from the Jerusalem slums.
They adopted the name and
style of the militant Black Amer-
ican group but have no known
connection with them.
The Panthers hive accused
the government of discrimina-
tion against -sephardic Orien-
tal Jews in housing, employ-
ment and education. The trip
to the U.S. will cost an estimated
$7,000 according to the Panther's
lawyer. Sholonto Se^ev, but hw
refused to say who is financing
it.
Marciano said the money for
the trip "comes from private
individuals in Israel who are
not connected with any official
organizations." He would not
identify them, however. Asked
if the money might not be better
spent to aid poor families. Mar-
ciano replied, "That sum would
get a flat for one family, perhaps,
and we need to organize mil-
lions."
Marciano claimed that the.
Panthers have succeeded in
"arousing public consciousness
of poverty" here, but have failed
to get the government to pro-
vide the money and the resourc-
es to solve the problem. He said
the Panthers feel the only way
they can pressure the govem-
ment is to go to the source of
the money and to get U.S. Jewry
to pressure for Israel's re;U
needs."
"I want to make it clear tha,t
we are Israeli patriots.." Aber-
gil said. "We don't want to get
Continued on Peg* 9-A


Page 2-A
vJeHistftorkfter
Friday. July J3_ jj,.
Two Florida BBYO Members
Become District Presidents
The new District Five. B'nai
B'rith Girls, president. Shelley
Ziiekir, daughter ol Mr. and airs,
Edward Zucker, 10370 SW 97th
Tec and her AZA counterpart,
Dovtd Meit/er. of Orlando, who
were chosen in an epoch-making
ciocti n during the recent District
Five r.BYO Leadership Conference,
conducted at Cams Barney Me-
rlintz, Cleveland. Ga will lead
more than 5,000 Jewish teenagers
in thi District, which encompass >
Florida. Georgia, North and South
Casdtina, Virginia, Maryland and
A\'ashinirton. D.C.
Shelley, whose Jewish schooling
began in the fifth vrndc and con-
tinued until her confirmation at
Temple Both Am last year, lias
booh a member of B'nai IVrith
Girts, where activities and projects
focus on Jewish education and
identity, for three years. While in
lflth grade, she was el cted S'ganlt
fvioe prosidentl of South Florid:1.
BBYO Council; the following year
she v is elected tn the office of
N'siah (president). 'The Council
i- thi coordinating body of the
Iocs] S3 BBYO chapters).
In addition, Shollej was a char-
ter member, vice president and
presi! Mit of Tri-Shana BBC. which
for i vo consecutive years won'
the n tional n in-sectarian Parents
Magas ine award for Outst-wdHi
Servi. i to the Miami community.
She Is currentlj serving as Mem-1
i>cT-iii-Ti'.iin:n" Mom of Eehod
BRG, and is a member ol Echod's
i icl I > inco Ti oupe.
ictivit ies in 'lude mem-
hershi i in the Ctvinettes Set
nil ind the Da le County Youth
i un i! and service as se retary
ol thi Sclei ce Club. Favorite hob-
elude art work, sewing, nee-
dlewo l; md tennis, she main'
B ni Miami Killian S >n-
i II H'.-ll School, i. heir she is ill
her > nfcir j.....I p| ins to m ij .
in socl .1 work,
David Meltzer, who is sharing
in the District leadership for the
National Hebrew
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slant Yiddish and Stories to
Match." Highlighl of the series
was thi- presentation of a panto-
mine which she adapted for the
occasion from Nathan AuSUbi Is
"Affair ol the Rolling Trunk." dc-|
scribing the bitter-sweet humor
of life in the Eont European shtetl.
Specialists in folk dancing and
song were resident scholars
throughout,
Accompanying the Florida con-
tingent was Ed Under, program
SijCCialist for Miami's BBYO. In i
addition to Mrs. Bossak, Ronald T..
Cahn. District director. Mrs. Ruth I
Cantor, A.I Freedman, Lew Ham-"
burger, and Amy Brazeman, BBYO
staff members served tis faculty..
'Family Rock Festival'
Scheduled Sunday At 'J
Happj Summer Sundays for the
entire family continue at the v\i
vwha of Greater Miami with a
"Family Rock Festival'- set*
for Sundaj at the 'Y.' B5O0 SW
Sth SI
;

-?*> p.i,
Beginning at 5
of the Tin* -' rod
\ ide ja// for th
and roc* group
:ll provide
SCt.
p.m. the "Siyn
group will pro-
whole family
"Machine Gun"
ruck for th.' youngei
In keeping with the theme
"Something For Everyone All !>:>
Long," peicial events nave been
planned beginning a1 9 a.m.
Activities \\i!
9 a.m.-** p.m.
I p.m.
coming year, has served as Godol
and trcasorer of his chapter, and
Hi- has studied Hebrew for four
Zadik Aleph of B'nai B'rith Youth.
as Florida Region Godol of Aleph
years and was confirmed, a mem-
ber of the Forensic Club of his
school. David used his speaking
ability to win th.- 1069 District
AZA ddatc competition for the
Florida Region,
Florida Region, which cms-t-
ot North and South Florida, total-
h g 1.200 Aleph Zadik Aleph and
B'n li B'rith Girls, sent the smallest
contingent to the conference, but
i ituie the two high-
-1 h inoi -.
S 'ti- tivity tra ins and
i id< ntity, as uell is a \ari
eiy of forensics on Jewish subjects
rx'cupii d the del it the c in-
: -renc Mrs, (Jlrt Bossak, Fl
R n BBYO Hi cl >r, vho s r\ I
on the iff it the ':
ferenee conducted sessions in "In-I
BBYO members present Included
l.i-1 Markowitz, Lori Birger. EBen
Stelnbcrger, Del ble Eichner, Linda
jRCCbson, Ca-ol Sokotow, Mma
Kaplan, Liz Blook-r. Kim Hirsch j
and X. il Fi.vman. Miami; Thomas
Katz, Hollywood: Sandy Biber,
GnincsvilV': Marilyn Matter and 3:30 p.m.
Susan Ghelertor, Jacksonville: I
Barry Karpay. Bobby Tawil and
Jill Posner, Tamnn, and Marci ."> p.m.
Ellenbogen, w.^t Palm Beach.
The B'nni B'rith Youth Orgnn'-
/ it ion, world's largest Jewish
vntith nwvcmtMit, is compris I i
the Al .'! 7.-\:k Aloph fhoysi
B'nai B't ith G Is in I B'nai B'rith
V Adults. With cha I
it Not th Arm 11 i and in
man) othc I -'- BBY()
forwai rams in community
- .. il action, 'adersh :
: i nil rid Jew ish stud
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Friday, .uly 23, 1971
9>Jm isfi fler/cttar)
Page 2-A
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Sen. Ralph Poston Named "P*?*"
lo Israel Heiiig
To Head 11-Man Team Planned By v

Stale Senator Ralph Poston
Framed ret< n'ly l>y .Education
CbmmLsstonor Floyd Christian 1 i
head an 11-man team for planning
and evaluating school facilities
reports that his committee in-
tended to take a complete look at
every phase of the state's educa-
1 onal system from the kinder-
[gallon to the university system.
"We believe that Mr. Christian's
^cli.u'Ke to us empowers our com-
mittee to come up with every pos-
jiihle recommendation to put Flor-
jida first in education. We are Ko-
ig into this task knowing quite
i'ell that we do not have any-
Fwherc near that rankinc at the
[present time, Sen. Poston said.
The Dado County legislator and
Sis committee who were assign-
seven specific tasks hy the
:>mmissioner also were in-
tructed to look into other areas
i)f education and suggest appro-
riate legislation or advice as
on as possible.
Mr. Christian specifically asked
11-man eomniittqe to review
Florida State Board of Education
filiation! and recommend revi-
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Aliza Brenner, an experienced
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members and non-members of the
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"age 6-A
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Friday. July 23. 1971
This Week In Histoiy..
M Years Am This Week: 1881
j tile to the Soviet government."
JewtBh-born Soviet atheists Ugg-
Dr. Paul Joseph (Joebbels re-1 crt jew.< to work on Rosh Hs
gned uiji!enk,iut=VJw>-<3"*rivNW'i rtanah and Yom K*ppnp*boier
ader in Berlin after Hitler weari-1 t() |,ip carry out the 5-Year Plan."
1 88 o' the anti-Semitic rhetoric
J thai had gotten Goebbela fined
' three times.
Louis Osstuma became New
York City's first Jewish police
. wpeotor.
Dr. Lee KaufeT Frankel. 64. died
n Paiis eight days after election
aft joint chairman of the Jewish
.Agency Council.
c Dr. LucMg Singer, MP and
president of the Jewish National
t I buncil of Czechoslovakia, died in
I Prague at S3.
Canon Palmer of London, a
Ontholic priest, urged "a risid boy-
-ott agablM all movies until Jew-
;sh filth baa been -swept away." He
said the cabaret and love scenes
in 'o Like a Woman" proved "it
is a Jewish endeavor to destroy
ihc morality of our nation, be-
cause mosl cinemas are owned by
lews." He then admitted he hadn't
- .ii 'he film.
The lusl Nazi provincial leader.
Education Minister M. Kranzen of
Bfunswick, resigned after admit-
ting perjury in connection with
titi-Jeui-ii i lots.
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10 Years Ago Tills Weak: 15M11
Egypt's Supreme Court sen-
tonced to death four members of
an alleged -Israeli spy ring."
Erich Gnewoch, ex-SS officer.
hanged himself after his arrest on
charges of murdering 4.000 Jews.
Otto Bradusch and Wilhelm
SchuttZ got 10 and 7 years for
killing 19.000 Jews and other "ra-
cially inferior persons."
President Kennedy's book "Strat-
egy for Peace" was banned in
Iraq for "Israeli and Zionist
propaganda."
Adolf Eichnutnn ended hi- per-
sonal testimony in Jerusalem arts
25 days. His trial was a l.iourned .
for a week afte* !tt tocs**i
15 weeks.
Charles Sehneur. co-founder of
the Wilna Yiddish Theatre in 1915,
died in New York at 69.
Premier Ben-Ourton predicted
that if the U.S.S.R. opened its
gates. 1 million Jews will emi-
grate to Israel within one year."
The Catholic press in Rome dis-
closed that P'>Po Pius XII had
tried to save Slovaklan Jews from
the Nazis and that "nothing was
left undone or untried to bring
them to comfort."
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Russian translations of Sholom
deichom soli! half a million eop-
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Sixty-five students, representing
49 campuses and 43 communities
throughout the United States, in-
eluding Robert B. Domont of the
University of Miami, are partici-
pating in the July fi Aug. 18
University Students Mission to Is-
rael which departed from Kennedy
International Airport recently.
After the beating of a Jewish
Student, "investigation by the
school authorities revealed that the
FUlti-SetnltiC pupils were directed
'!\>m the outsid
This special six-week mission, j
now in its fifth year, is organized j
by the Student Coordinating Com-
mittee for the Israel Emergency
Fund in conjunction with the j
United Jewish Appeal, which re- ,
by elements hos- I ceives its support here through j
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\'Sr/V ^* *mi Tnc mission enables college stu-
rji ^0 w sw r i dents, who are selecteil on the
basis of their potential for campus
oi community leadership, to get a
first-hand view of the problems
and the way of life in Israel today,
as well as the work of such UJA-
supported programs as immigra-
tion, housing, education, health
and social welfare. Each partici-
pating student pays his own trans-
portation and living expenses.
Mission members will meel with
a en ss-section of Israelis, includ-
ing high-ranking government offi-
cials, and tour such institutions as
immigrant absorption centers and
JDC-Malben Homes for the Aged
The group, which represents
i the largest number of students
; to participate since the program's
I inception some five years ago,
will also visit Geneva. Munich.
' Vienna and Bucharest, M here they
I will meet with leaders of L'JA's
I overseas beneficiary agencies, the
Jewish Agency, the Joint Distri-
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Lisa. 16, (upper left) and Alexander, 16,
(lower left) are among the Russian chil-
dren attending the Hadassah-Neurim Vo-
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By HADASSAH OILLOM
lERt'SAL M Altho :h tl>"
the Iron t 'urtain it pitl-
,ii long i.ist a number
lev the S : I
I |i ive for Israel.
As soon as they arrive in the
Jewish homeland, like .ill intmi-
r nts, tfiey put the past behind
them and face the future. They
ask: Where will we live? How
will ix' cope with a new language?
How will we earn a living? What
will happen to our children whose
education has been Interrupted?
One of the answers to the last
question Is provided by the Kadas-
Bah-Nourim Vocational Education
Center ol Youth Aliyah. Of the 000
pupils in residence In the Neurim
dormitories, l.V. have eonie from
thi r s S.R. and otlM r Eastern
European countries. The Center
cares tor an additional 500children
as day students.
All the children from the
U.SJ5.R and East< n European
countries are in special "crash
courses to le irn Hebn w, Same of
the Eastern European children at-
tend special classes in which they
are taught in their native tongue
These immigrant childn n range
n age from 14 to 1": they will
continue in Youth Aliyah from
:ie bo (OUT years.
As part of their orientation the
young olim are taken on a tour
of Jerusalem. I spoke to ono such
croup during their visit to the
Hadassah-Hebrew University Med-
ical Center, where th<\v saw the
famous stainod-slass windows of
Marc Chagall in the hospitals
yaagogo*.
Several were from Rica, includ-
ing Ettahu, an only child, who
carno with his parents at the be-
ginning of April. His father, an
engineer, his mother and his grand-
father are all at the Ben Yehuda
Ulpan in Natanya.
T am very happy here in Israel
and I like Neurim very much, al-
though conditions here are very
different from Russia,'' Kliahu
savs. "The climate here is so dif-
ferent. Although my grandfather
Hied to leach me. I knew very
ittle Hebrew when I came here.
but T am learning Hebrew now In
Neurim. and I'm enjoying myself
Ihere." he added.
"My father is already workinc
as a driver in the Sinai Desert."
volunteered Sonia. who is 17 and
has a brother seven. Her father
had h-arned Hebrew in Latvia;
her mother is attending an ulpan.
"It is vrrj good to he hen." says
I feel that I am at
"."
Alex md< r 16, and his family
also arrived in !.-:-n 1 In April. His
12 ye ir-old brother is with his
parents at the residential ulpan at
Kirj it Malaehi, "I have been atl
Neurim since May." iya Alexan-!
der, in English, which he learned,
at school in Riga. "We are all
happy here, although everything Is
very different from what we are
used to. The first thine we have,'
to do is to learn Hebrew. I knew I
no Hebrew at all when we ar-'
rived. Hut we are sure that every-
thing will come out well in our
own country."
For 16-year-Old Lisa, from Niivn-
erod. whose parents are attending
an ulpan, "Israel is a dream come
true."
Esther, 16, who came from the
Carpathians, chimed in, "It is
very beautiful here in Jerusalem,
and it is wonderful to feel thai we
are among our own people, Wfl
don't hear the word "vid" applied
to ib as a term of Contempt the
aj Hi j di l in Russia."
And s ;i goes no probli m
seems superable to these young
ilim i!".' thai thi y are "home."
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Fridfly. July 23, 1971
Leukemia Society
Consolidates Here
Effective this month, the Brow-j* man, Ray N. Botovert, Meyer Brfl-
aid County Chapter Area, Leu-1 iient, Chris W Charoubte, Bernard
kemie Society of America, was con | Cohen, Murraj Dronsky, Irving
E. Dunn. Rabbi Robert P. Frazin,
Milton A. Friedman, Fred
D. Harder, Robert G. Holmes, Jr..
Franklin D. Kreutzer, Stanley 1.
Levitt ami Joseph s. Maddlone.
Histadrut Official
To Talk on Israel
Edward Tammtt, executive di-
rector of the Israel Histadrut
Council of South Florida, who has :
.turned front Israel. Will ad-
,;,,.,s the Spinoza Forum for
AduM Education on Thursday
morning.
The 10 a.m. meeting, to lie held
at Washington Federal. 1234
Washington Ave., will also In-
cluck a talk on "The Life and Phi-1
losophy of Spinoza" by Thomas
David< fl

f.nind-
AIso Joseph P. Manners, Allan
B. Margolis, Dr. Antonio H. Mar-
quez. Dr. Daniel D. Nixon. Garth Dr. Abraham Wolfeon is
Reeves. Henry Ridge, Bias M.. er-dlrector of the forum.^
Rocafort. Reniamin S. Schwartz,-------------
Dr. Daniel Secklinger. Warren j j^ Qera|J [ewjs To Talk
ROBERT H. NCWMAN
ated with the Dade-Monroe
Chapter area, now to be called the
Southeast Florida Chapter LSA
with offices at 804 Congress Bldg..
Miami. The announcement was
made by Robert H. Newman, at-
torney, newly-electod chapter pres-
ident.
Mrs. Dorothy H. Grant, who
1 .- served for the past six years
i xecutive director of the Dade-
Monroc Chapter and State of
Florida for the society, will con-
tinue as executive director of the
tri-County chapter.
Other newly-elected o'ficers are
Noil A. Collins, Dr. Jacob Colsky
and Frank Toback. vice presidents:
Dr. Martin E. LiebUng and Gerard
E. Mayer, secretaries: Irving J
Whitman, treasurer.
Named as trustees: Carlos J.
Arbokya. Dr.- Javier Barquet.
David T. Berg. Judge Jason Bork-
Shuman. C. Kenneth Stickland.
I>\ Leon Suissa, Herman Trainor.
Charles Whitebrook, and Mm Fay
Whitman.
Mrs. Ruth Regina was named
to a special gifts committee, and
named to the medical advisory
committee were Dis. Richard Al-
pcr. Arthur Franzino. William
Harrington. Kjell Koch. Howard
I.cssner. Sigmund Rosen. Joseph R.
Rubini. Alel A. Yunis, Patricia O.
Bolton. Robert M. Glasser. Edward
McGarry and Saul Nitzberg.
The Leukemia Society of Amer-
ica, a national non-orofit volun-
tary health agency, expends total
resourees in the battle against the
leukemias. Some 100 patients
thtvueho"t Broward Dade and
Monroe Counties are currently re-
ceiving financial aid.
On Recent Legislature
The South Dade Democratic As-
sociation will hear a talk by Sen.
Gerald Lewis on the recent ses-
sion of the Legislature at >t<
\\, dm sday meeting to be held |
,it Flynn's Barbecue on U.S. 1. The i
_
program will follow a i p.m.
dinner.
At a recent meeting of the club.
outgoing president Irving P> skoi
presented the gavel to Randy
Schrecengost, who will head a j
slate including Chandler Childs
and Jchn Coffey. vice president.-:
Bob Boatwright and Sanford
Dernis, secretaries; Matt Noviek.
treasurer, and Tony Relnert,
parliamentarian.
Metro Mayor Steve Clark presents a Golden Key to Mayor
Nawya, of Beeisheba. Israel, as he designates Greater Miami
its Sister City; Rabbi Leon Kronish, honorary chairman ol
the Israel Histadrut Council of South Florida, looks or. The
event took place during a tour of Israel made by Miami
Beach Jewish community leaders.
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ned by the Maccabee Lodge
B'nai B'rith for Sunday evening
Ft the American Savings & Loan
at Miami Beach Bldg. auditorium
Artists who will appear include
John Cade, tenor, and Patricia
Gale, singer and accordionist.
Henry Howard is program chair-
man and George N. Kotin is
lodge president.
O l'l J. ITNOlDt IOUCCO CMMMT, WIHST0N SL[H N
20 ma/nT. 13 mo, nicotine pet oowerrt Fit Refoa M0V.7Q.
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Black Panther Dispute Erupts
(Continued from I'agr 1-A)
left-wing groups or th> Ameri-
can Black Panther* who we un-
derstand are s.na!I and dis-
united. We wan! to reach the
American Jews and especially
the youth.'
Asked if thej didn'1 wan! to
meet American blacks, Abergil
replied, "Why not? We're ready
to meet anybody."
Some <:' the Panth rs i I the
press conference have criminal
records, and some have eases
ponding with the police. Asked
if this might prevent them from
leaving the country-, or entering
the United States. Blton replied,
"We are not going to pies nt
any danger to the American
people and everybody knows that
we are coming back."
The Panthers have opened
branch in Haifa's Wadi Sah'j
quarter which they claim alp has too members.
Kennel Medley Scheduled
Kennel Ciub continues
its rich stakes program with the
start ol the $20,000 Kennel Med-
kenneia In the Medley is that of
defending champion O.K. Duke,
who last Saturday night took down
the world's record first prize <>
$35,000 when his Lorded won tlH
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\7he fKabbi ^pcak* jf^om iJlie f^ulpit
MUflltWWUU 'The Image of The Enemy'
By RABBI S. T. SWIRSKY
lteth Juroh Csatrrepstsse
An unusually 1>>1(1 and dithyram-
bic command is
in the Sidruh of
Rabbi Swirsfcy
issued by noses
this week, name-
ly, to execute
summary ven-
geance on the
Midianites. The
orotund man-
date is given to i
harass the Mid-
ianitos an'1 smite
them, and one
perceives added
fury and indiii-1
nation in the]
edict not to
spare even the
women.
This tenebril- |
ic dir> etive is so much out of con-
sonance with the compassion and
tenderness that are the hallmarks
of the character and demeanor of
Moses that we are baffled by the
ruthlessness and total lack of
clemency.
This en.smatic passage sheds
much light on the weave of the
pattern of Jewish experience.
Though the Rabbis were wont to
declare that the righteous of all
nations will share in the bliss o''
the world to come and Inherit
paradise, yel the verdict of his-
tory has ;:n ironic denoucement.
!; his m ty
I thii s ;in,i moral
t. but thi' :: ': >ns, a to-
- theii
actions) I turpitude.
in friend and
1 I Children
1 Is sage advice
end his recon : i itions are
Hid. But the Midianites, as
a national entity, reveal the slim.'
of hatred and i ach compliment
is turned into anathema. To
thwart the much to the Land of
Promise, Midian will place every
Btonmy petrel in tin- way, siltinp
up the fountains of hojie, and
eroding every oasis of strength.
that they wore ensnared to commit
nvspass against the Lord.
~tT\o IricontrbvertAM fact of
Jewish history is that we have to
fear the blandishments of our en-
emy more than his physical as-
saults. The Jew may remain Im-
pervious to the blows of a pogrom,
vet he will succumb to tin- allure-
ments of the Sirens' deadly melo-
lics, Anialck may be crashed, but
the enticemenl of the Midianite
nen will bring about a hideous
eacaphony through which Baal will
bewitch and charm the multitudes.
resulting in unmitigated despair.
How shall the Jew face the fu-
ture? Neither the knout of po-
groms nor tiii mirages of assimi-
lation will be the determining forc-
es in our survival. We must stop
learinc the calumnies of our neigh-
bors or courting their favors. We
must learn to live only by the ful-
ness of our own spiritual life and
rely solely on our own divine
resources.
Let us raise a generation of men
with supremo spiritual fortitude
who will seek the life-giving wa-
ters of Jewish knowledge and
idealism and thereby functify the
menacing desi it called civilization
and help turn it into a garden of
blessings and days of paraousia.
Moreover, the actions of the
nites which aroused and sol
Mined Moses betray the perfidi-
ous stratagems ol I he anti-Semites i who 1,:IS <1(,no graduate work in
ol ail ages In lenunciation, Jewish studies and innovated many
Temple Beth El
Engages Teacher
Kenneth "Farnove, who has l>eon
Temple Beth El as 'he
er in the Hebrew
Department, will be teaching ail
|{ s.
Mr. Tartvyve received his B.A
degree from the University of
>riami where he majored in The-
ology. Ho atti ruled the Hebrew
Union College-Jewish Institute of
Religion in Now York City: and
received his Teacher's and Prin-
cipal's certification from the afore-
mentioned schools. Mr. Tarnove
educational programs, has taught
at Temple Fmanu-El, Ft. Lauder-
dale; Temple Roth Tikvah, Wayne.
N.J., and Temple Israel, New
Roehelle, N.Y.
Moses i xplains h s wrath as stem-
ming from tv fact that the Mid-
ianites lured the Isra lis to In-
dulge !] licentious rites in the
tip ol Ba il-Peor; it was
through the I the women
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Matos-Masai
"And Moses spike unto the heads of the tribes of the chil- -
dren of Israel, saying ." (Chapters 30-36)
APPROACH TO THE PROMISED LAND: The attack of
the Midianites was made by 12.000 Israeli warriors. 1,000 from
each tribe. They were accompanied by Phinehas the priest, who ?
took with him the holy vessels and trumpets for sounding the
alarm. They met with a glorious victory and conquered all five
kings of Midian. The tribes of Reuben and Gad who had large
herds of cattle, sought iiemiission to settle this conquered land
because it was good pasture and grazing land. Moses approved
their request providing they promised to cross the Jordan with
the other tribes and help them in the conquest of Canaan.
Moms recorded the itinerary of the Israelites through the
wilderness They had encamped in 42 places during the 40 years
of wandering. After they had disposed of the inhabitants of
Canaan, the Israelites were told, every vestage of idol worship
in the land was to be destroyed. The land would be distributed
by lot in proportion to the size of the tribes.
CTTIKS OK REFUGE: Six Lovitical cities were designated I
as C.ties of Refuge, three on -ach side ot the Jordan, to provide
asylum for any man who killed another accidentally, thus en-
abling him to escaix- the vengeance of "The Avenger of Blood."
The w-illful muiderer could not escape the death penalty, but if
the death was caused by accident the wrongdoer could flee to
one of these Cities of Refuge where he would be brought before a
judicial tribunal for judgment of his guilt and for the determina-
tion and imposition of sentence.
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By KABBI SAMUEL 4. FOX
(C), .ii Mi Telwrraphlc Agency, Inc.
Win |a the Im-ail iih.hI for th
Salihath traditionally of .. dif-
ferent nature and texture than
that Used diirinj; the rest ol the
week?
Generally speaking, it was tra-
litional to make everything done j
on the Sabbath assume a dif- '
ferent character than that which:
is done during the week. In this,
way one displays his regard for !
the Sabbath as an unusual day.
Naturally, the course of the
week-day activity included the
Consumption of bread. Thus the
bread of the Sabbath was naturally
one which should bo different, it
was therefore comparatively rich-
er, mori' decorative and, of <
course more luxurious.
One of the ordinances which
Kzra the Scribe was said to have '
initiated was that the housewifi
was to rise early on Friday and
occupy herself with the prepara-
tion of the bread for the S ibbalh.
Thus, ot course, th" Sabbath bread
would usually be fresher than that
consumed during the week.
Some would make >;>oeial mark-
'.' [S ill" S bfaath I read for a
lifferenl reason: Since the Sab-
bath bread would at times bo en-
riched ith .mini il fats, :t could
I"ii with milk food- < >
the Sahbath when the main meals
are meat this is no problem. hi
the week days when there are
many dairy meals, there might
Ivcrtcntly be an occasion when
the bread i-ii over from the Sab-
ten with dairy
' K>dl They therefore made spe-
cial m ii kii
The Sabbath bn d ''so reminds
us of the show bread placed on
Mi" special table set aside for
that purpose in th.' temple. This
was usually placed there on Kri-
' iys.
Why is tin- sahbath bread call-
ed challah?
Most authorities claim that this
is done to serve as a reminder to
the housewife to break off a
piece of dough before baking the
bread. This piece of dough is now
burned.
Originally, it used to he one
of the ;;ifts given t0 the
Man thus learned to share his
bread and to recognize thai
' n of all his e irthly or.de.<\ -
ors belongs to the Almighty
tin' source of life.
Calling the Sabbath bread "chal-
lah" brings all this to mind, be-
cause Hits portion which was
given to the priest was called
challah.
Happenings
Senator Henry M. Jackson (D-
Wash.1 paid his first visit here
since Miami Beach was named
host city for the 19T2 Demo-
cratic National Convention on
July 19. Sen. Jackson addressed
the National Convention of the
Longshoremen's Union the morn-
ing of his arrival at the DiLido
Hotel, and the Tiger Bay Politi-
cal Tuesday noon.
* -tr ir
K. Allen Becker, nationally
known photographer, will ex-
hibit his portraits beginning Aug.
1 at Kings Bay Yacht fend Coun-
try Club Art Gallery, where he
held his first showing last year.
Becker, who bo.m his caro;,r in
1354, has won many awards for
his outstanding portraits of well-
known peoples and now travels
all over th.' country lecturing on
art.
* *
Arlen House Social Club will
present Judge Janon Berknian
in a talk on "Courtroom Anec-
dotes Tuesday at 8 p.m.
M,AM, NOtTH MIAMI MACH
. ADATH YESHURUN (Temp*. K>?5
A H A V A T SHALOM CONGREGA- N Mj,n Garden* Dr. CMiMfva-
TION. 995 SW S7th Ave. Orthodo I ,|ye Raobj Milton Sch.nk. Cn.
Cantor Aron Ben Aron. 1 tor Nathaniel Schub. 3J
BErVTORAH. NT 164th St. it 11tH
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Man Lii>-
schitz. Cantor Jacob Stnier. 34
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B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183n St.
Conaervative. Rabbi Chart** Rufrel
Canter Jack Lerner. 3
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SINAI (Temple) of NORTH BADE
18801 NE 22nd Ave Relortw. rtajjbi
Ralph P. Kingeley. Cantor snsing
Shulhe*. "
Kridaj 5:16 p ni BsXardsyj* 1-1...0 m.
ANSHE EMU 2513 SWfc19th Ave.
ConservativtTCanTBr Sol PaWowiU 2
BETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. Ken-
dall Or. S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Michael
Kyrr _____ ____ 3
BETH DAVID. 2626 SW 3rd Av*.
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau
Cantor William W. Lipon 4
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho.
dox. 5
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave. SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. ISISt NE
Modern Traditional Rabbi Max -otii Ave. Orthodox Rabbi Jjiwh F
Shapiro. Cantor Ben Dickaon 6
BETH TOV (Temple) 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative Rabbi Simon
April. Cantor Seymour Hmkei 8
ISRAEL (Temple! OF GREATER
Miami. 137 NE 19th Street. Reform
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
Draxm. Cantor Nathan Parnass. 11
OR OLOM (Temple) 8755 SW 16th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph
Glixman. 13
Caplan.
:>h
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER
MIAMI. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Naftali Porosh. 3

CORAL CABLES
JUOEA (Temple). 5500 Granaoj Blvd.
Reform. Rabbi Morns Kipper 40
----
ZAMORA (Templet 44 Zamon Ae.
Conaervativ*. Rabb. Mawll Berg-
er. *1
Pri TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein. 1*
Frida) B : P m Baturtlaj I .i m
TIFERETH JACOB (Temple). 951 E
4th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Na-
than Zolondek. '5

Frida) B:1S p.m. Buttirdn) 10 ;i in
ZION (Temple! 8000 Miller Rd. Con-
servative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro
Cantor Richard S. Browdy. 16
NORTH MIAMI
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
13600 W Dixie Hwy Conservative
Rabbi Joseph Gorfinkel. Cantor Brn
Zion K rschenbaum. 35

MIAMI BEACH
ACUDATH ISRAEL, 7S11 Cirlyle Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.

BETH ISRAEL. 770 -lOtn St Orthodox
Rabbi Berel Wein.

BETH JACOB 101 Wasr. Orthodox. Rabbi Shmary.ihu T Swir.
sky. Cantor Maurice Mamches. 1(

BETH RAPHAEL (Temple).
Jefferson Ave. Conservative Rabl
David Raab. Cantor Saul Braah, 20
BETH SHOLOM ( Templel. Cll
Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabin Leon
Kromsh. Cantor David Conviser. 21
BETH TFILAH 935 Euclid Ave. Or.
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-
sky. 22
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BETH YOSEPH CHAIM CANGREGA-
TION. 843 Meridian Avenue. 22-A
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox
Rabbi Dow Roiencwaig. 23

EMANU-EL (Temple). 1701 Washinn-
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler. 24
Saturday S ,i m.
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetrre
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S
Gross. ''5
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CONG. AN.NELL (Brancn of H-
brew Academy). 7th St. and Merid-
ian Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham :
Ben-Hillel. 25-A
----
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington
Ave Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H.
Stern. Cantor Meyer Engel. 26
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Elcuid Av*
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield
Cantor Abraham Seif. JJ
----------
MENORAH (Temple). 620 75th St
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owiu. Cantor N.co Feldman. 28
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Nf.R. TAM,D (Temple). 80th St and I
IV,T f Wattr**y Con.e?vat?ve I
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Ed-
ward Klein.
29
!rtEY SHALOM. 7055 Bonita Or
Orthodox. R.bbi Phinea* Weber.
man. 30
SCnm-RD'C i.CWIH CENTER. 4J
Collin* Av*. Rabbi Sadi Nahmia*. 31
**y. North Bay Village. Conserv.
tsv. CasHf Oft Bender. x'a
FT. LAUDEMAU
BETH ISRAEL (Temple). 547 E. Oak-
land Park Blvd. Rabbi Sheldon Ed-
wards. Cantor Maurcc Neu. *2
EMANU-EL. 3245 W Oakland. Park
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Arthur J. Ab-
ranu. Cantor Jerome Klcmant. 43
POMfANO BEACN
SHOLOM (T*mple). 132 SE tlth r.
Conservative Rabbi Morn* A. ^op.
Cantor Ernest Sctt'eiber. 49
SURFSIDE
MOGAN DAVID COSGREOATION.
"."i>3 Harding Ave Surfs.d*. Town
Hall Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac D. Vine.
50
HALLANDALE
HALLANDALE JEV.iSr- CENTER IM
NE 1st Ave 44
HOLLYWOOD
BETH FL (Temple). '35' S 14th Ave.
Riform. Rabbi San u'l Jaffe. 45


BETH SHALOM (Trrple. 172R Mon-
roe St. Conservative Rabbi MortOil
Malavsky. Cantor Irving Gold. 46
SINAI (Temple). 1201 Johnson St.
Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro.
Cantor Yehudah hldlbraiWV 47

MtRAMAR
ISRAEL iTemple) 62C SW 35th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Elliot J. W no-
grad. Cantor Abraham Koster. 48
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MARGATE
MARGATE JEWISH CENTER. 6101
NW 9th St.
Ralph Renick To Narrate
VVTVJ Police Documentary
Renick i 'Im' narra-
tor of a do< aboul a
:: his du-
i ss on the night -. fi In
Count) on F.Y I For Your ln-
.. rues '" ') p.ir..
m I'h 4.
With f ofl
WTVJ corraapoi
dent FVi >l Ft incif ind i
Larry Henrichs ottled this d.
i ird of uh.it it's really
liki to be i itv | the Dado.
l irtmcnt. Fat
< than three months. Franc-s
and Henrichs rodi wMll LuCSJ Id
record the aimed aocDunt of life
after dark on Th' Other Side oi
the Badge."
Thi* bc< to frpartd *)
cooperahon with rh GrasMar
Mi.i"u RaWjimtal AtiocUtwn.
Coordindlor of >! featttrc*
^^>edrfn|{ here to
"AMI MAX WELL URGER
Spiritual Lttdr' of
UmfUlmwmtm
Cnl C*M*i
' "
T&UhUcJ CTJUMm Vr
ocjramm
lt.l.\ 25
July ->5
Host. Rahb, David FUab, Mo* Beth FUj^ael
Cfc. 7 10 am. The Still Small Voice
Host Rabbi Solomon Schiff. Director of
Tooic-'Pirte^" VmmUni,y PWncy Service
Topic. P.rke-Av,h -Kthic, of The Fathers" 4-6
^
Hiii iu>ji


I
I
r.MjZ 1971
*Jeni$ti fhridlliain
As.
Max Lerner
Seeslt
-~?
\ i
.'
- l.t us say have the petite** power and influence?
**i Mr* ten or so ,h,. names bespeak a shifting, fluid
fc*or,i. ,,ml there are few attractive figure., or Charismatic
naiaM in the whole list.
-
ftarr with the four Great Powers, Since Franklin D
Rofcvelt ..lv one American President had a world Image
cwjjiina his actual power base -- John P. Kennedy.
Bard Nixon would wish to head an outward-looking
jL.n an inward-looking America, but the trend is against
'}** -- 'I'm-self global-minded, and would doubtless wish to !>
pi history by his foreign policy record the relations
I I, the SALT talks, the owning to China, how he winds
war. But while he has a global interest, and a Kiss-
He him. he doesn't have a global flair,
does Brezhnev, the Number One in the Soviet collegia]
systam, pho is not only a gray bureaucrat but is limited by what
he can d \ the \.i> un-platonic guardians who rule with him.
Theyare -\ -nu,\ men worru-d about China, about nuclear
waptm, .l*.ut a Midea-t war, but mostly about their Easl
Kufopeat \> ni state-, as witness the recent deposing of Gomulka
by lhep>'>i>i. and ol I'lbricht piobal>l> by the Russians.
it -if
CHIN V. AMI JAPAN, between them, will be the giant.- be-
striding i
power. Ci
not hiim-
in anti-it
ing and
the polit.
thinkabi.
The
the Mrarle
his pou*1
much, lo
China in-
Ideolagy
Asian world in the '70s. Japan with its economic
V ith it.-, military and ideological. Premier Sato does
cut a swath in the world because Japan has a built-
..dualLst tradition. Its only hero is the aelt-petpetust-
t-limiting group, whether it be the family, the firm.
1 party. A narcissist star like IV Gaulle would be un-
':. re,
ie of China where the Lenin image was grafted on
I image Ls different. Mao Tse-tung has maintained
resourcefully. But he would not love that power so
I he not his ideology more. He was going to plunge
the incalculable Cultural Revolution, to keep the
iv. Which i> what makes millions of young extremists
on e*eny o .ntinent rvspond to his drumbeat.
-.^( & ^r
ATCKK IS A Bf: of afltW'*: ging West Kurope. One would think it had no head.
-Lncaflla-d"' -'it yet exist, yet it does have. He is Jean Honnet un-
.'fficfcal"f:i citi/en of Kuiope, WHO has been the presiding genius
of the Et..-.>>an idea.
h ee Weal European leaders Brandt, Pompidou and
:-. ive been deeply involved in the agonizing process of
Britain into the Common Market. While some two-
the British are against entry, there Ls a sizable ma-
"Parliament ta three-party coalition), and among British
alt "Inch will bring Britain in. Heath's political future
x\d on how the post-entry stage of the economy goes.
I future will depend on how his Ostpolitik goes, oncv the
hurdle of a Berlin agreement is past.
la I .-teen Kur.>|>o the two men who count are Tito of
"meals i md Ce.iu-.sen of Romania, the earlier and the later
-ebels a .::.| Soviet domination. In l>otil Cases the power is
leotoc,...
b & *
..|nis MVKKS TIIK HltST ten. The second ten are harder.
In the Mi.eile K.ist I incline toward Anwar Sadat of Egypt and
(kiil-M- i of Israel, partly U-ctusc they are war and peace
prl|jtnists. mostly becaus,' they prefigure the two economic
stytaor i-vxlels for an emerging Middle East. As for the politics
of Africa, it is likely to continue a coil of wild serpents, as witness
the afcortiv palace coup in Morocco (who would believe it if it
vvera-a *''>" ie scene? I
The only African with the personal weight to command re-
spect '.fro n traditional and revolutionary riders alike Ls Halle
Selaaafe >i Kthiopia.
<: DP ASIA ONE MIST reckon with the leaders of the two
ecoIliiUe> that have great potential Indira Gandhi of India
and SUh itto of Indonesia. In the American Hemisphere I should
add the irtv figure of Premier Trudeau of Canada, the formid-
ble Bg'i'-' "f Salvador of Chile, who is milking deep cuts Into
i he e. ...v nerve ends not only of the United States but of
latin A.....i-km. and of course Kidel Castro, who made the
,.^Her cut-, a tragic figure now reduced almost to imi>otence.
Ha round out my score I add two symbolic leaders. One is
t)**.. who nded'over the troubled U.N. The other is Pope
}**, wh is having to cope with internal and external conuil-
tiOH in church, but whose realm has outlasted Stalin s jibe
how many divisions the Pope has.
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Miamians Given
An Opportunity
To Contribute
Every Miamian will have ah op-
portunity to contribute to the Dla-
morTd'.hWiFeV-'e.'iehratiMi M Mlday
and Tuesday when the City of
Miami Public Library stages a
"Miami Memorabilia Show."
The Historical Museum of Mi-
ami will participate with a port-
able exhibit showing the develop-
ment of the city from its earliest
days, but the most interesting
items may come from attics and
basements of Miamians them-1
selves.
Mis. Hclga Eason. the library's
community relations director, is '
looking for paintings, photos, arti-
facts, books, small iurniture and
tooLs, weapons, maps, toys, jew-
elry and other items that may
have some historical significance
in connection with early Miami
days.
Kor more information please call
Mrs. Eason at 3T7-5Q25 or George
Peters at the Miami-Metro De-
partment of Publicity and Tourism. I
The Greater Miami Jewish Federation's 1971 Israel Emerg-
ency Fund campaign was the recipient this week of a $2,000
contribution from the Now American Jewish Social Club,
an organization of 80 families who migrated to the United
States after World War II, The organization's Sisterhood
contributed an additional $300 to the campaign effort. Pic-
tured above at the check presentation ceremony are, (from
left to right) Rubin Offenbach, club treasurer; Myron J.
Brodie, associate executive director of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation; Murray Rozynes, club president; and
Rabbi Solomon Schiff, director of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation's Community Chaplaincy Service.
r Mtional
Harold R. Hirecntield, a 20-year
veteran of Florida real estate
services, has established a red
estate investment firm which [
limits its transactions to com-
mercial and industrial proper-
ties valued in excess of $250,
000. The firm which employs
real estate investment analysts
to study market trends, is Har-
old R. Hirschfield and Associ-
ates, Inc., located at 3000 Bis-
cayne Blvd.
LAKE PLACID, FLA.
THE *^wvC PLACE
Young Republicans To Meet
The Dade County Young Repub-
lican dub will hold a political edu-
cation meeting Monday at S p.m.
in the Candlelight Inn, in Coconut
Grove. Guest speaker will be Mi-
ami attorney Robert G. Maxwell,
who Ls a member of the local gov-
ernment study committee for Dade
County.
BB Summer Bowling Nite
B'nai B'rith Women North Dade
Chapter will hold a summer bowl-
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urday at X p.m. A late supper at
Corkv's will be included.
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fjenisl' Fit ridlfor
Friday. July 23, l^i
letters to the editor


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I OITOR. The. Jewish Floridlau:
A resolution that "condemns
and deplores" the establishment
;>f synagogues that are conducted
throughout the Jewish communitj
in rented and borrowed facilities
for the High Holy Days alone, was
mrblished by the Rabbinical Asso-
ciation of Greater Miami.
"Synagogues can only run if
Uiey have members. This type
.f synagogue also deprive the
people of their spiritual efforts
which the established synagogues
axe trying to promote," it said.
For live years we have worked
hard to bring about the construc-
tion of the first Hallandale Jewish
Center, for the residents of Hallan-
dale, and South Hollywood resi-
dents of S. Ocean Drive (A-l-Ai.
We have land at 8th Avenue and
th Court, I East of U.S. 1). We
have the blueprints ;ind are be-
;inning construction of a temple
that will seat 800 people.
A year ago, when several of our
KOSHER CATERERS
Under Rabbinical Supervision
BAR MITZVAHS
WEDDING PARTIES
SPECIALIZING IN NOME CATERING
AND HOTEL WORK
888-3469 and
888-3460
If No Answer Dial 8BB-*rJ?6
400 SWALLOW DRIVE,
MIAMI SPRINGS
CLUB PARTY TIME
is NOW at the
Wondcrlul World ot
BANQUETS PARTIES
LUNCHEONS
MEETINGS
Fahulou.i Dining Facilities
Private Areas & Gardens
American & Cantonese
Menu at All Times
A nthentic Native Show
South i^exfic
RESTAURANT and 6ARDENS
f $. I JUSt tOtTM 01 OUWSTMJkM PARK
WIAM. i4S-t7 BRO*ARD *A3-242I
trim* tirloiit sttok .. .
Japanese ttylt
MIAMI
SPRINGS
VILLAS
llll
members met with a committee
that held services in a hotel on S.
Ocean Drive, under the leadership
of the late Mr. Horowitz, the agree-
ment was unanimous to establish
one Conservative synagogue east
of U.S. 1.
Because of the above under-
standing we of the Planning Com-
mittee rented the Sheraton Con-
vention Hall with a seating capa-
city of 1.400 to accommodate all
our members and the residents of
this area.
We notice, however, that a
hotel on A-l-A. S. Ocean Drive is
advertizing some High Holy Day
services. This is being done by an
individual for personal Interests.
We have a ordained rabbi and
a cantor. We have purchased pray-
er books and have the Torah. or-
ganization and facilities. Our ob-
jective is to reach all |>oople of the
Jewish faith in our immediate vi-
cinity. The individual arranging
the hotel services has nothing ot
this date. Our funds, raised and
donated by the people attending.
were invested to purchase land
for our temple and in our build- ;
ng fund. No one to this j
date can account for th" funds!
some of the people donated last
year at the services held at tlv '
Sheraton.
We have an organized congre-
gation that hold- services ever;
day and our new temple will bo-
come th<' tp'. ide and joy of our
entire community. Doors will soon
open to the Jewish War Veterans.
B'nai Bnth. Hadassah, Pioneer
Women and our organized com-
munity.
Therefore we appeal to all mem-
bers of our faith to make their
reservation with the Hallandale
.Wish Copter for the High Holy
Days and join our temple.
With your help we hope to open
the d<>ors of our new temple by
the end of this year. Our tempor-
ary office it located at 416 NE
8th Ave. (where the Bank of
Hallandale is located' i East of
U.S. 1. and is open every day from
s> to 12. We are calling for the
support of our entire community.
NAT MARDF.L. President.
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*Jenisli Fkridian
Comments On China,
SR And Terrorists
fram Page 1-A)
B facet! |oint for world
Mr. Eban also remarked on
the VOtar of Arab terrorists
worn enemies of the Stale of
Israel-tbegging for asylum to
scape from certain death at the
hands W their brethren at a
time When a I'.N. commission
compotJNl of the representatives
of thret nations which refuse to
have rotation* with Israel is col-
lectingjfalse testimony on Israeli
oppreMon of the Arab poptila-
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d Wolt Will Ofticiete
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to Sept. e
55 of 1 57 rooms
DING MEALS
imum Rate$14
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For Reservations
Phone: 538 6631
and enioy the holidays with the
BERKOWITZ FAMILY
tion from the Arab propaganda
machine.
Israeli sources said that most
of those who had surrendered
were members of the Kl F.atah.
but sorrte belonged to the Pop-
ular Front for the Liberation of
Palestine, a more extreme group
headed by Dr. George Habash.
A guerrilla spokesman in Beirut
said that "criminal and treach-
erous acts" by the Jordanian
Army had forced a number of
commandos to cross into occu-
pied territory to face the Zionist
enemy rather than such treach-
erous actions. Mr. Eban remark-
ed that they apparently aware
that the "enemy" has more af-
finity to humane values than
their antagonists at home.
Bank Executives Appointed
To Committee Memberships
Three senior executives of City
National Bank of Miami have been
ointed to committee* of the
Florida Bankers Association, ac-
cording to John Jenkins, president
of the Association.
Michael J. Franco, chairman of
the Board ol City National Bank
of Miami, will serve on the invest-
ments committee; Daniel K Gill,
president, Will serve on the com-
mercial credit committee; and Mis
Mary B. Mitchell, senior vice presi-
dent and cashier, will serve on the
automation committee.
Chicago Club Meets Sunday
The Chicaso Club has scheduled
a meeting at 7:30 p.m. in the Cava-
lier Room of the Deauville Hotel.
The i .iir.i .-
10(./ UBf B CANiOR
LEIB RASKIN
Formerly o
Mt. EDEN Center
Bronx, N Y .
I Will Officiate at the
HIGH HOLY DAYS
& SUKKOTH lBsr^sst
SYNAGOGUE ON PREMISES
at the LUXURIOUS. KOSHER
wop
Continued From Page 4-A J
field and the Times would sure-
ly have made if Ambassador Col-
lins had not been overruled. And
Secretary Dulles was pleased by
the final result.
By importantly helping to
block the French effort to flush
South Vietnam down the Com-
munist drain in 1955, it is there-
fore clear that the Times also
contributed importantly to the
ultimate choice President John-
son had to make 10 years later.
There would have been no choice
for President Johnson, or in-
deed for President Kennedy, if
the French had had their way.
This deserves our gratitude.
LESS gratitude is perhaps de-
served for the Times' leading
role in the later destruction of
President Ngo Dinh Diem. When
the going got rough in South
Vietnam at the end of the Ei-
senhower Administration, Presi-
dent Diem had Changed hi* spots
in the eyes of the Time*. He
was no longer a virtuous anti-
colonialist. He was a monster-
OUS oppressor..
Both the Times and its cor-
n spondenl on the spot. David
Halberstam, were still rather
vociferously committed to the
assumption that a Communist
takeover in South Vietnam must
of Course be prevented. No
thought was given, however, to
possible alternatives to President
Diem Yet the obviously inevit-
able alternative was total chaos.
in a SMALL, heavily depen-
dent, rather primitive society,
like South Vietnam in those
days, the American front pages
can have the effect of one of
those ball-and-chain arrange-
ments used by building wreck-
ers. Without those front pages,
in 1962-63, for example, the dis-
sident Vietnamese Buddhist
would have had little real im-
portance .
This was proved in 19t>t>. Tich
Trl Quant; tried another round
of dissidenco, confidently rely-
ing on the same front-page sup-
port. It was not forthcoming.
So the dissident Buddhist's self-
intoxicated leader lost bis sec-
ond round.
Diem was the loser in 1983,
however. Chaos duly followed.
And on the above-noted accump- I
tion about a Commuist takeover,
full-scale U.S. intervention
always opposed by President
Diem then became ultimely
unavoidable.
Colder Handicap Sport'slight
The handicap division takes over '
the sports' light at Caldcr Race |
Course this coming weekend as
the $7,500 added Peninsula Handi-
cap at 1 1'lfi miles is featured on
Saturday. With no shortage of
top class males and fillies and
mares it is expected that the Pe-
ninsula Handicap will attract a
bumper field, since the leading i
fillies and mares of the ("alder!
meeting have been showing their
flashing ho lives of late to "heir
male rivals. Post time for all
racing activities is 1:30 p.m.
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fJenisii FhrkMan
Friday, July 23. 19711
DATEUNl JERUSALEM By Eliahu Salpeter
Only RemotenessOf Peace Remains The Same

(Cops-right !:?!. Jewish Telegraphic Agency, too.)
Cot k YEARS RAVE PASSED since Israel's light-
ning victory in the Six-Day War. The heady
hope-; of the early d ays for a quick settlement of
tlip 20-year-old dispute \vi(h the.
Arabs and for the opening of a
new page in relations with them
evaporated with the speed of Rus-
sian arms deliveries to Egypt. The
Middle East is quite a different
place now from what it was be-
fore June 5, 1967, and Israel is
quite a different country- Only the
remoteness of peace remains al-
most the same.
Yet on the balance, Israelis are convinced
there is much more on the credit side of their
ledger than on the debit side. Myths, that once took
on the shape of "self-evident facts," have disinte-
grated under the weight of hard reality. There was,
for example, the myth that the Israelis would not
be able to control the million-or-so Arabs who
came under their domination. Some predicted that
the flames of Arab resistance would fatally burn
the Israeli occupation troops. Others forecast that
the role of conqueror would corrupt the free, demo-
cratic Israeli society. And those who wanted to be
on the safe side assured us that we would be ruined
from within and without.
In fact, the policy of non-intervention in the
internal afl'ain of the Arabs in the "territories"
paid off. Letting them run their own municipalities,
their Chambers of Commerce and their newspapers,
initiated by Defense Minister Moshe Dayan, was
perhaps the biggesl single success of the past four
y< irs. Coupled with the policy of "open bridges"
: West Bank and Jordan (and
throu fh i: the rest of the Arab world'. Palestinian
not only trade fn eiy with lh :r I
irting acr -
the Jordan I i old also visit Arab
and w.lo i nds ind ivl.itIves from
Beirut or Kuwait. Instead of becoming a
m, c il off fr im tha
rest >f the A world, th n Arabs bc-
' sid< i of th -fire
irn out, in the long run, to be


As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL
Two Fighling Men
U|s NAME is George A. Sullivan. He is 45. a graduate
of Notre Dame College and Notre Dame Law School.
He is a veteran of World War II and the Korean War.
He believes there comes a time when
civ il disobedience is in order.
Not a great deal unusual in that re-
cital so far. But George A. Sullivan, a
District Court Judge, has put his career
as a Massachusetts jurist on the line by
joining anti-war protesters in an effort
to block the entrances of the John F.
Kennedy Federal Building in Boston.
And now the State Supreme Judicial
Court, in its wisdom or lack thereof, has decided to in-
vestigate this distinguished and courageous protestor.
The jurists now sitting in judgment on George Sulli-
van will have to give serious attention to his views. So
will that remaining 25 to 30'^ of the American people
who still refuse to see error in our unended role in the
longest war in which we have ever been engaged. "This
was has dragged on for 10 years," says Judge Sullivan
"No one seems capable of putting an end to it, and most
people are going along with the tide."
The Norwood, Mass., judge has taken his own
counsel as only a brave man can. It is likely that he has
been influenced by a fellow-Bay Stater, a younger veteran,
former Navy Lieutenant John Kerry who heads the Viet-
nam Veterans Against The War.
John Kerry went to jail at the end of May one of
the hundred or so Vietnam veterans arrested for refusing
to get off the Battle Green at Lexington. (The veterans
were permitted to keep camp at Concord, but not at
Lexington. Concordians in charge today apjiear to under-
stand the meaning of 1775 and 1776; the Lexington se-
lectmen, on the other hand, seem determined to interpret
a curfew as only men with rigid outlooks can).
Judge Sullivan and Lieutenant Kerry join a proud
company by enlisting in the ranks of those who turn to
civil disobedience as perhaps a final measure for express-
ing convictions shaped in the crucible of wartime service.
The burden should not be on their shoulders. Rather it
must remain with leaders who took us into Vietnam and
other leaders too slow in arranging for disengagement.
These last declare that foreign policy must not be made
on the streets. Technically, they are correct. But the
need of the moment overrides the impulse to sit firm
with technicalities.
the most si mificant element in the normalization
,.f relations bt tween Jew and Arab.
The legend of the irristible growth of the "Pal-
estinian Armed Liberation Struggle" was also punc-
tured. How many remember when one Yasah
Arafat graced the covers of 'Time.' 'N'ewswcck and
scores of other mass-circulation magazines and
no -elf-respecting intellectual publication failed to
name the Palestinian "movement" as the wave of
the future? Ostensibly King Hussein's tough crack-
down spelled the end of their glory. Indeed, the
Jordan Army demonstrated to the world the true
size of things. But the big failure came long before
that. It was the total inability of the terrorists to
make themselves felt in territories controlled by
Israel. There were several painful episodes and
Israel Newsletter
By CARL ALPERT
Hard Day's Work
Earns Good Pay
| WATCH THE (iROI'P of Arabs as they gather
late every afternoon at the corner of Wedgwood
Avenue and the Mercaz Hacarmel near my home
here in Haifa. Some wear the tra-
ditional white kheffiyah over their
heads with the black band; some
wear working clothes such as any
Israeli farmer of laborer might
don. They loll about the corner,
or sit resting on the stone fence
Until a special bus comes along
land picks them up, as it picks up
others ;u various si il one along
the mute. Then they are all I iken back to their
- in Jenin, Tu ki i n an I N iblus and the many
little ] betwe< n the ipied
Wesl Bank.
Thi ;e ire bul i I -. ol thi 30,0 0 Arab lab in rs
who I iss the lim pened a! ter
S K-Day War and so I n U in Israel.
There is still a critical short (labor in
Israel, and if not for this source of additional man-
the situation would v. In the
i I put on tile
number of Arabs permitti I I Into Israel
for work, but economic pressures gradually t
eiling even higher. The official limit is 30,000,
but most observers believe the actual number Is
greater.
This past season the citrus crop would have
rotted on the trees if not for the Arabs. When the
picking season is over they go to work in the can-
ning and packing plants. They go over to the cotton
fields, they pick apricots, they dig potatoes. But
The largest number is In the building industry.
More than 25'.J of all building labor in Israel today
ire Arabs who come across the lormer border.
They do the hard work, the dirty work, but
they are quickly learning skills as well. A growing
number are entering industrial plants. The wages
paid are higher than any the Arabs ever dreamed
of earning. Officially they get the same pay as the
Jewi-h laborers, but they have not yet come
around to using their economic importance as a
means of obtaining all kinds of extra emoluments
and under-the-table increments as the Jews have
so successfully done.
Originally there had been a fear that saboteurs
might infiltrate their ranks and under the guise of
innocent laborers perpetrate acts of terror. There
is no evidence that the labor force has been used
for such purpose. To the contrary. Israel's defense
authorities believe that the situation works the
other way round. So long as the Arabs are kept
employed and earning good wages they are not in-
terested in terrorism. Were they to he left in the
West Bank, unemployed and frustrated, they would
be fertile soil for extremist propaganda. The con-
tinued free movement from the West Bank into
Israel has done more to create an atmosphere of
normalcy than all the wishful speeches and all the
pious ho|>es for peace. Once again, economic facts
are creating a firm foundation on which political
realities can grow.
The only fears being expressed are on the part
of the Zionist ideologists who deplore the fact that
Jews am filling the white-collar jobs and leaving
manual labor to the Arabs. The classical Zionist
movement was supposed to be a revolt against that
kind of economic stratification in Jewish life.
Th.- Arabs who gather up on Wedgwood Avenue
look tired. They have put in a hard day's work.
But they take home a good days pay. And thanks
to them and a wise policy more buildings are being
put up for new immigrants and for Israel's newly-
weds.
scores el Israelis lost their lives to bond i Hpw-
irkets, bus stations and other public ices and
to hastil) thrown hand grenades. Bul dprita
were always, found and normal life was not af-
fected. Nor could the terrorists iiKit-., Ar !
population in the occupied territories passive
resistance let alone to active uprising
The legend that the Israelis can wil quick
victories in massive concentrated attacks but can-
not stand up to prolonged wars of attrition was
also dispelled. The war of attrition along the Suez
i"anal unilaterally proclaimed by Nss* marked
his third big defeat at the hands of the Israelis.
F.ven in a static war. Israel's superiority in the
quality m the soldier his ability to master the
sophisticated war equipment kept Israel casual-
tlcs well Mow those ol the Egyptians ..-d turned
Che tables on Nasser.
The past four years also destroyed t!i favorite
claim of many Arab leaders and their Washington
apologists, that Cairo (or Amman" won.,. ..ke to
make peace with Israel but no Arab leader could
last a day if he said so. Sadat and Hu.-.-. voiced the "word." Stayed alive and prosed that it
was their unwillingness to accept realistic terms
rather than fear of the mob that stood .r. the wag
of peace. And as Mr. P.xlgorny's lairt Cairo
visit showed If somebody in Cairo (feres to try
find out in Washington what the minimum price
for peace would be Moscow rushes in n min the
chances even before they emerge.
Book Review
By SEYMOUR B. LIEBMAN I
U1H>
Jesus And Israel
"^ 111". NOTED FRENCH Jewish histo I
1877-1! igh two W saw t..
by hat< the Na/
him that >
n intoli
. for n

Jeaus and lnrae-1 II
ted from t
.... |.- ,.
n was i lited bj ( Huch '
Cat impo I
i ion to ecu i bet
J< v I ( us :i r. ad by A
can Protest ints .md C itholics.
The writing was done between 194 16, Durin
this period. Isaac's wife and daughter had died In c
tration camps. The book's dedication reads, In lie)
to my wife and daughter, martyrs killed b\ II.tier's Nazis
killed simply because then- name was ISAAC ,
The book is divided Into '-'1 chapters labetedVP
sitions." These divisions are based upon a st lea o|f ttv-s-
such as "Whatever the sins of the people ol Israel n>
be. they are innocent ... of the crimes oj which (hi.-
tian tradition accuses them: They did not rt ject JesUf
they did not crucify him. And Jesus did not reject Lsrac
did not curse it: Just as the gifts of God are ,rrevoci>
(Romans 11:29) the evangelical law of bra aSows if
exception: may Christians come to realize ,t at U-t
may they realize and redress their crying injustices At
thus moment when a curse seems to weigh upon the who*
human race, it is an urgent duty to which th by the memory of Auschwitz."
Jules Isaac then proceeds to prove h-s proposition
from the writings of Christian theologians, by the Incon-
sistencies of Gospel authors and the preversions of th-
truth by those fanatics who sought to spread the charge]
of deicide. In an appendix of 18 lucid and unequivocal
sentences, the author details what should be done tr
rectify Christian teaching.
Inferentially, Isaac indicates a major difference '
tween the Mosaic Bible (which Christians call the 0
Testament, itself a pejorativei and the New Testament
The latter does not claim divine revelation as a soure
although the Gospels are considered inspired texts. Isaac
writes. 'They are nonetheless texts set down by the hand
of man, and for that reason necessarily simject to the
laws f criticism, textual, literary, historical, which no
exegesis, even the most orthodox, may evde>"
The author explodes the calumny placed by Chris-
tiana upon Pharisees. He concludes, "Anti-Judaism will
retain its virulence as long as Christian churches do not
recognize their initial responsibility, as long as they do
not have the heart to wipe it out. Latent anti-Semltlsra
exists everywhere, and the contrary would be surprising:
for the perennial source of this latent anti-Semitism
is none other than Christian religious teaching in all i
forms, the traditional and tendentious int. rpretation of
Scripture."
Jutes Isaac's fame as a historian was established W
Ml seven-volume world history. He has been honored *
a Commander of the French legion of Honor and a r. -
cipicnt of the Croix de Guerre for bravery in World War U
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NOfKI
OF ACTION
IT COURT OF THE
JUDICIAL CIRCCIT
)A IN AND FOR
ry. CIVIL ACTION
71-12589
fOR DIVORCE
Li..
J.Kl.l.
ill-: BBLL, art* hereliy
Kill 4.1 Complaint tor
4-ii l'i!-' 1 agnlttsl you,
liulred t4 S.-1V4. cony
or Pleading I44 the
ii 4.11 the Plaintiffs
.!: A SOSTCHIN l"l
renue, Miami. Florida
id.......initial Answer 4.r
Id.- ..i 'f ol th. Clwh
I court mi or before the
luKUst. 1*71. If )"U full
fni. ni l.y default will !
nu for the relief de-
i Hill ..I Complaint.
[shall Itlblishfd i,ii. .
four consecutive wcelm
^11 FLDItlldAN.
ORDERED at Miami.
[30th day of Juno A.D.
tvr-H HUMAN. Clerk.
Dade. County. Florida
\l M. kissi:k
4-flUt>" 'h-lk.
Seal)
RTCHIN
Avenue
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PbtlnUfl
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Page I5-H
||TY JUDGES COURT
>R DAOE COUNTY.
IDA IN PROBATE
No. 71.2*4*
(DOWLINC)
'E TO CREDITORS
|.- of ESTHER
ku ESTHER c.
k/a ESTHER COHEN
|i..i> ;4.i4i All Persona Hav-
o! Demands Against Bald
[hereby notified and re-
[ p.. -tit any clulmH and
h you ma\ have agnlnsl
KSTHER EASTMAN',
p*lt i:i( >" EASTMAN.
fllKR COHEN deceased
mnty, Floridn, to the
4.! I';..!. COttllty. i'liii
.n duplicate and it*
r I :;. Florida
ii ..ifleer in the *'..ui -
in [Slide County, Flor-
li dni month* fi.-in
ill. ftrxt publii an..ii here-
Ill :-4 barred.
Florida, iln- 10th
, A |l 1!'TI
i \ W VNDER
Vdmlui-iratrl \
.a this ii..i
Jul) '"71
BRNIi'K i-:s-. i 11:i-:
Vdminist i al liX
;
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-2727
.. ,.JOHN ""-ANTON
In RE: Estate ..i
ESTHER SCHWARTZ,
Deceased
_ NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T.. A creditors and ah Persons Hav-
big i lalnta or Demands Against Bald
Estate:
Ton are hereby notified ami requtr-
..1 to in .-.in any clalma and demand*
Which you may hav. against Hi., cs-
lale ,.i Esther SCHWARTZ de-
....1 late of f>:i.i. County, Florida I
ito Hi. County Judges of Dude fountv!'
an.l i I.- th* sum., hi duplicate and
us provided in Bectlou T.i:t. l... Florida
! Statutes, in th.ir office* in th. CoUn-
. ly Courthouse in Dade County Flo-
I rtdo, within six calendar months from
the tim.- ..| Hi.- first publication here-
of, or the name will be barred
Dated at .Miami. Florida, Ihi* Tin
day of July A.I). 1971
DORA Schwartz
As Executrix
First publication of rhl* notice on
the Hith day of July, 1971
TAIJANoff .< l.AI'KR
Attorney tor Executrix
I;'" Lincoln Road
Miami Bench, Florida SUM
_________________________7'I.;-:::-:... X I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OFTHE~
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
No. 71-13115
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In !! Th- Mai rial;.- i if-
EVELYN TYSON. wife and
SAMl'KL JEROME TYSON.
husband.
TO: SAMUEL JEROME TTHON
1211 Is-unx Place
Ranway, Now Jersej
TOO AUK HEREBY notified that
u Dissolution of Marriage has I., -,,
filed affaini t you. and you are here-
by i..{ini..! t.. nerve a copy of \oUi
answer or other pleadinx to the pell- .
lion on the if. -s attorney, l ester ,
ROOER8, whose address i- I4S4 N.W
lTtti Avenue Miami. Florida ::'.:". and
file the original with th.. Clerk of the
above styled Court on or before ih<-1
1Mb daj of August 1971 "i n Default
""I i.....ntored aiminal you,
DATED this -.th d_v ,,, ||, in-,
I-: II. I.FATHERMAX
' it i!. .i i 'it. ni* Court
Rj : R. M KISSKi:
11 'ii. in' i '..in i 8enli
7 1.......1
U.CAJL NOTKE
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: THIS MARKIACE OF
li\\\A SWANTKK. wit.-, and
ItONALD EDWIN 8WANTEK,
husband.
Tt>: RONALD EDWIN BWANTEK
H4 Woodalde
EssexvIHe, Michigan
You. RONALD EDWIN BWANTEK,
are hereby notified that a IliH ..f
tompbrint for Divorce has been filed
against you, and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleaillng to the Dill of Complaint on
th.- I'laimiff's attorney, BTONB &
8t>8TUHlN, Ml N.\\". 12th Avenue,
Miami. Florida Phono: 308-4'JKi and
file ih>- original .Vnswer or Pleading
in tin- office of th Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the loth
day of aukusi. 1971. If yon fall to do
so, jununn-nt by default will be
taken against you for th.: relief de-
m.in.i.M in the Kill of Complaint.
This notice ^ull he publish. .1 one*
each tvenk f,.r four ounsecuUVe weeks
ill THE JEWISH PLORHMAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 9th day of Juiv A.D.
l:>;i.
E. V.. l...athrmaji. lierli,
fircult Court, Dade County. Florida
By: N. A. RKWRTT
Deputy Clerk
Cireuit Court 8-ali
STONE SOSTCHIN
101 N.W. 12th Avenue
Miami. KloridH 39130
Attorneys for PlalnlUf
7 'K-M-30 *
IISM NOTKe
IECAI NOTKE
hat
Age
.la.-
son
in-
lh,.
nde
;e by publication
IRCUIT COURT of the
|TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IDA IN AND FOR DADE
.TV. IN CHANCERY
No. 71-8677
|IT FOR DIVORCE
lirNTKIi
|l sTER
11. VTBR
. u n
|1 -i IH'NTBR "
ii Bill ......mplalin
I., .ii filed agi
ii re required to nerve
in Answer or Pleading t<
unpliitiil on the lialntlff's
IKI \ N N KE8S1.EH. HIPS
Miami. Eloriiiu and file
An. \. ,-i or Ii. ilding in
thi Clerk of Ine <'ir. uii
' (on th,- 18th da) oi
ii li you fail i .!.. so,
i default will be taken
(or the i, li.-t di manded
Complaint,
-hall be published once
fotti cnneeoittive w,;,l IWISH 1 [.. Htll'IAN.
Cli ORDBRED ut Miami.
Sth day of July A.D.
LATHERMAN. ClrtU.
-i Dade fountv. FI.....In
N A HBWBTT
jlN-nut) Clerk
t'.lll t S. ill
l:>si Ell
Plaintiff
7 it-:::-:,.. ;
riCE OF ACTION
^CUIT COURT OF THE
rH JUOICIAL CIRCUIT
5RIDA IN AND FOR
JNTY. CIVIL ACTION
FOR DIVORCE
No. 70-13203
HUMPHREYS.
fM"M> HI'MPHREI 8,
V..W \|i .\ | ,
UtEYS
|NK RAYMOND IHM-
1 I ebj i.....i,, .| tli.it u
kii.iii' r.M i ..1 .-.. i,
ii-i run, mi.i v..H
I ol i ..in An-M -
III" Itill u( Collipl ilnl
H' .i... PAI'l.
[ r:R8TBIN KWIT-
i ii!, th.
Plead
ii
I th, i:ih ,ln> oi Vu
II ll| Mali! !.v
.....
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I
In. \|.
I
11 Florida
_ M KIH8EI
.ohm ,
I
Bey
l\\\ ITNEY
NOTiCe UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NoTICR IS H Kit Ell V OIVEN I
Mi. undersigned desiring >.. ena
in l-ii-ii'.-- under th.- fli-tltlou
nl S v xi'i RD LBVINB, M D al
Lincoln Road, Miami lleach, Fin
tends I., reglstet -.1 ante Ith
flrrk oi th. i-ii. uii i ..ii ;
'.inn.'. Klorlda
SAXFi IRD I i:\ l\i: M |i I' \
SI'AltflEII ZEMKI ItOSKIN
.. MRU RRi i.NNBR P \
a.\ i.a appll. ant
inn N i: -. .. ItiiuW .it l
Ml....... Fin
; It!
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
1 \"ihi: IS HEREHY IHVE.N
u ..... ... ring to
in i.u-.a, >-- ua.i.-t il rii'tltiouH name
ni ass. ii'i.v ri:s rx MEDICINE m
Al thui I .in i Itoad, Ml ml
lleai-h. I'ioridn Intend to reglsta-i -ael
nnme ". Ith ih. tierk '.: the t'ireull
Court l "ad. '..in.i-.. Floi
IIR8 KI'iiBL. I R88RR,
811 VBRMAN, REltNEll .t
FIRDEI II' 'I TZ, P A
b) Leonard .\l Bllvernian
Sei M.ni
,-twi Kl II RICHARD
Attorney for applicant*
OS I.In. olii II. id
Miami Beach, Fto S81S9
; It.-_'.: :.. s ..
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
V"T|ii: is HEREHY UIVRN that
the undersigned desiring lo engage
in business under ihe fictitious nairn
of NOIiTIl .MIAMI TV SAI.J S AND
8HRVICE at USD N'.E. ISTtn Street.
North Miami. Flu. Intend "' registei
said name with the Clerk f tin- ''ii-
uii I'ourt of Dade County, l-'lorlda.
8HEI.DON .M. OBRREI!
IM.K STi:\ l'\8
Morton II Kernel
Attorney for appllc4tnf*
I 1ST.-, Vi: ISSriJ Str. .1
i North Miami Reach, Flu,
; ih..:.".. v .:
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-2461
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Estate of
TE88IE LKDERMAN
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Person* Hav-
ing claim.- or Demands Against Said
Estate:
Y<.u are hereby notified and re-
qulrt'd to present any claims an.l de-
mands whieh you may have against
li. astute oi TER8IE LEDEHMAN
.......1 late ..i Dade Comity, Flur-
i.i.i. to ihe County Judge* of Dade
County, and file the -am- in dupli-
cate ami a* provided In section 783 16,
Florida Statutes, In their office* in
the County Courthouse In Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within st\ calendar
- ni.in ilo- time 44i Mo first
it iti..n ii. i.-4.1. or th. i..no -.-. :i
I., barred
1. .- .1 .ii Miami, Ploi Ida, th
daj ol Jun. A.D 1971
III 'N Al n I. DAYI8
Attome) f.'i Ratal'
A* Exw utor
. i ihe Rotate .-i Tessle la>dermnn
publii nl Ion ..f this notie.....i the
_ ul day ol July, A 1> 1971.
RONALD I. DAVIS
Attome) i..i Eatan i.f
Tessle I .' i in., n, de. east >1
i': I--, .ii lie Building
H Kinglet Street
iliaml Florid 33130
7 .- 9 It; :;:
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Nl 'TH1-: 18 HEREHY OIVEN :
i li-- undersigned, desiring to engagi
business under the fictitious name
REN^ REACTY SM.i'N al 838 N
r.'ih Avenue, Miami. Plorida lutendi
register said name with th. Clerk
iln Circuit Court "f I'.oh- '",.ui
Klorlda
PBTRA P. MORA
7 _::..;.4 s ... i
hai
- In
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-12401
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
MARGARET LICK,
Plaintiff
WALTER R. LICK.
Defendant
TO: WALTER B. LICK
HO West Main Street
Rlpjey, New fork
Yon. WALTER K. i.iok. ai.- here-
by notifies that a Complaint for l>i-
\..i.. ha- been filed against you.
and you are required to serve a copy
of your Answer or rMeiiriinic to the
''..mi.laim on th-- Plaintiff* attorney,
JACK J. TAPPER, 1700 N.W. 7th
Street. Miami. Florida ."ISIL'j and file
th.- original Answer or Pleading in
th,- office of the Clerk 4,f ih, Circuit
Court on or before the jiiii day of
August, 1*71. H you fail to do' so.
judgment by default will be taken
against, you for the relief demanded
in th.- Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each .....k for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH ll.OKIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED ut Miami.
Florida, this L'lith dav of June A.D.
im.
E I!. LRATHRRMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida
By: N. A. HBWBTT
Deputy Clerk
iCIrouit Court Real*
JACK J. TAPPER
1710 N.W. 7th STREET
Miami. Florida :::112:.
Attorney for Plaintiff
4^-48:.:,
______________________7/3--ie-i3
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
CHAPTER 20722
ACTS OF 1941
File No. 71 A 392
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that
Samuel Sehwartz. holder of City of
Miami Ta\ Sale Certificates number-
ed 337 and 17.'.'.'. issued the U9th day
..i" May A l> 196*, has filed same In
my office, and has made application
for a tax de.it to I.. Issued thereon.
Said certificate* embrace the follow-
ing described pr4.1n.ny. in the County
of Dade, Slat' ot Florida, 10 wR:
l.ot 13 Blook is, East Liberty city
Homesites, Plat Book 40 Page 38,
s.. tlon 14, Township .*.:: South, llunge
11 East, In the County of Dad< State
..; Klorlda, as embraced In Certificate
\-. ::;7 The assessment "i .-aid pro-
pert} under the said certificate issu-
,.1 na> in the name "i Thonm* Sui-
!..|! X' W ROU 11.1
This deed will Issued -ui.je.-i In all
other outstanding delinquent County
laxi md 'v' Count} taxe* and City
,,l Miami 1
Lot* .. 12 Block 34, W udilell*
It.-suh l'lai Rook 1 Page IG9, In ihe
Count} ..I liade, Blal..... Klorlda, as
embraced in Ci rtlfli ate So .".. The
.11....1 ..1 said property under the
-ai-l certificate Issued wa* In the name
.'in A hi.. Meehlowltl!.
Th deed ill he Issu. tl III l< I to nil
other outxtnndlllg delini|Uenl Count}
-.. \. and 1*7(1 1 m <> taxi 9 and I ity
of Miami l.i. 11-
I'nli ate* shall be re-
deemed according to low, ihe propert}
dn*< ribed herein will be sold lo the
highest bidder for .ash al the Court
11..11- door 4.11 ihe first Monday in
Hi. month ..I Aiurust, A l> 1971, wnich
is the Jn.l day nl .lutu-i A D. 1971.
IN THE CIVIL COURT OF RECORD
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
No. 71.7191
NOTICE OF ACTION
CARNER HANK OP
.MIAMI BEACH, a Plorida j
banking corporation,
Plaintiff,
MEI.VIN L BARBERNELL and
JUDITH K. BARUEitNELU hi*
wife. J
Defendants
TO: MBLVIN I. BARBBRNBU.
and Jl'Dli'li E.
BARBERNELL, his wife
Defendants
11 "7 Bolway
Houston, T. \as
YOC. MEI.VIN L BARBERNELL
and JI1MTH K. BARBERNELL, his
wife, are beraby notified that a Com-
plaint for Damages hai been filed
against you. and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer >>r Plead-
ing to the Complaint on the Plain-
tiffs attorney*, UYPEN & NEVtNS
(Stephen H. Cyp.-ni. H3S Arthur God-
frey Road. .Miami Beucfa, Florida
m40. and file the original Answer or-
Pleading in the office of the Clerk
of the Civil Court of Record on or be-
fore the 13th day of Ausust. I!'71. If
yog fail to do so, iudicmeut l.y default
will be taken against vou for the re-
lief demanded In the Complaint.
This notice shall he published once
each week f4ir f4,ur i-D consecutive
weeks i-n THE JEWISH Fl.ORIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this Sth dav ..f Julv IvTi
J. P. McCRACKBN. Clerk
Civil Court of Record
Dade County. Florida
By ClIARl.cs c. PAGE
Deputy Clerk
f Civil Court of Record Seal I
CYPEN A NIOVINS
(Stephen II. Cynenl
Attorneys for Plaintiff
HtS Arthur Oodfroj Road
.Miami Beach, Florida 33140
7 I'i-j:'.-::n .<.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-2390
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate 01
PHILIP HEAR
Deceased.
To All Creditor! and All Person- Hav-
ing Claim- 1.1 I ..in.,n.I. Again*) Sail
Estate:
You are hereby notified nnd r.-
quil '.I to pi. nl any claim* wild .1.
.nami- which you may nnvi ..u.,.-.-i
Ihe .-la.....1 I'lin.ip BEAR de-
ceased bite : I lade Count}. Klorlda,
to the County Judgei. of Dade Coun-
ty, and file Ihe same in duplicate
and a- provided In Section 733 K,
Klorlda Statute*, In their office! 1
iln ''in;! 1 Com ihousi iii 1 luti, 1 'our
Florida, \< Ithi -i\ aleil -
in-'
.. II
montha from the lime of th.
publii ntlon In 1 -., ..1 th* -..
i.. barred.
11 1 ted nl Miami. Klorlda
day of July. A.D l!-7!
ROSA I IM' r.i: in
A- Exi U
publii lltlol nl llos '.. 1 i
Hi.. tth .: .\ of .rii:v. R171
Hi >\\ ARD '11 Hi RSCH
, At torney lor Excutrlx
v..I -41*1 Strei I, XI In ml llea< h. Fla
7 16-2.1 '- s 'J
Dal. .1
1*71.
Ihis gsth day ol .lone A I >.
::
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICR IS HEREBY' OIVEN that
tin- undersigned, detdrlns to engag.
in business under the fictitious name
..! ALL FLORIDA CARPET SALES
..1 :S" N.W. 7-1'I Street. Miami. Flo-
1 ..la Intend t" register said nan,.- with
a,. Clerk of th.- Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
RAYMOND I.ENSKY
LOFTS JBROULOW
MBLRON FIII.DMAN
Attorneys for Parinehi
11::*, Kane 1 'oncourse
Miami Beach, Florida 38154
>.'.-.--.71.,
: 2-9-16-23
E. B LRATHRRMAN
1 l.-rk ir.-uit Court,
Pad. County, Florida
Bj : P F firl DBTRAND
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court S. all
7 ____
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that
th.- undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
FE.M1NA BEAVTY RALON at If*
Bunny Isles Boulevard, North Miami
Bench, Fla. intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
RRTHBR W El N ST F. 1N
JCDY .1. ABMOI D
SHARON MARTIN
IIAlUiI.D STRC.MPF
Attorney for applicant*
- Bl caj ih- Building
.Miami. Fla.
7 --K-2J
ij;
lainlilf
7'2-f
NOTICE UNOEH
FICTITIOU6 NAME LAW
NOTH.'K 18 l-'.T.KF.Y OIVEN thai
th. undersigned, desiring to engage
in bu.-in.ss under th. fictitious name
of FIDELITY REAL RRTATE K IK-
\ i:STMENTS at ;:'.'." B.W. Mth Court.
S'Hith Miami, Fla. intends to register
.-.id name with the Clerk Of the Cil-
4 uii Curt of Dade Count), Florida
DAVID \ RO8BNBI-ATT
7 -.'-f-l.'.-.M
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned desiring t" engngi
I in hiisln-s- uad.-r the flctltiou* 11..m.
..I Sili:\'i: I'MIIKIT.'RS at U"-''">
I N.W 7th \..rii.-. North Miami. Fla.
Intend* I.....:' III 1 Wild ii.mi'- nil
ih.. 1 -|. 1:, nf Hi. 1 'In mi "out 1 "i
1 1.1. 1 ni. Floi Ida
I.Ei >N MID I. KI.MBAI I.
: i.. .
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 73986-B
IX UK
s n:\' ss \ STR
.....
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
SOTII
l,,-H-
Kli DI

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I u |.-i..i .1 fol .ii-
K ':.'
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III II,. I I
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\ ATII VN1BI K tl \NT7
utor
M \ i;i;s K mm \ S I'' iRTRR,
I i:\l\s. i\ BENIN
Attorney!
1 I-,.! 8 VI I '
Miami. Fi.,, nl..
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUOICIAL CIRCUIT
^N AND FOR DAOE
COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO. 71-1234?
NOTICE OF SUIT
LolTSi: HAII BY, fi I. a
11 'iisi: n. .Vi:i.s> '.v.
Plaintiff
\ -
RICHARD NEI 8"N and
.\'l-:i>' >N. His wife, ii married,
Defendant*
Tl I RICHARD N i:i.S"N and
MM.SOV.
hi.- -.vile, ii mat led
4 11 en p.i ,\ 4.'I
Ml \MI SPRINGS. II "RH'A
\iH ItlCHARD NELSON and
Ni:I.S"N. his wlfi
in..11...1. .-1. herd......uii.,1 thai a
Complain! i" ','in-- Till, ha* been fll-
,ou -
;,. ... 11
p.i,,.i. I! i,.i IS, MYRTLE
C.IUI\ UDDITION......
: ihcreo
r 1
1 nf Dade 1
v. KI01 Ida ... '
. .1 ii uin .1 ,.i-\.
ol > our v Pleaillm
Qtl Tltli tin
1. Iloiinld L Dnvl
1 -. 117 1 I lu
v\ pi ml Florida
I'nil
lul
u
r. 111 ii.
-:|l IM ORIDI \
IMINK \ \ I iiRDBREB al
Ml P.I71.
1:1:1 1: VTHERMAN
4 -|. 1 I,. 'li cull '
lUlttl Pint
IM 1 p COI'EI.AND
I lenuti 'li 1 '
Uii I '..III 1 S. al 1
: K-21
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERI-JKY GIVEN that
ih.- undersigned, deslrliur to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of THE I'LCM at HOW Hl. ay lit
Boulevard. North Miami M1M in
tends to register said name with the
clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
. 'ounty, Florida,
ROYAL OPERATING CORP.
Bv; BERTRAM I.KVfNE
BAXTER A FRIEDMAN
Attorney* for Applicant
i^;-, \k iggrd str,. 1
North Miami Beach, Floridn
7 J-9-1B-S3
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICR IS HEREHY HIVRN Ihal
tl.. underaigued, desiring to engage
1 in business under Ihe flctltiou* name*
ol HAROLD FRIEDMAN BLECT-
R. '\ l< 's 11 '! 1 \ I'Tt RADIO
SPB< 'I M.lS'i's 111 .7 N.E 2nd Avi -
.hi. .M... mi I'i.a Ids Intends .....gi -'
: I 1 .! .....I U llll ihe ci, 1-1, ... tl .
uii .'..uri .a Dade County, i-'i.-tida
Ri M1BR RANKIN
RNTBRPRISES INC.
-T. \ I .-' ISTCHIN
i.'i tpplii
S W. 1 FI
Iti 1 M\ in 1: Ston-
:
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
ICE IS HEREBY IJIVE>
u idi rslg I ring to engngi
. n ,1 ider Ihe fli u 1 mi
v ,1 PHE1 IS IRIICBIO tND
11
Florid
v Ith Ihi 'hi I. nf Mu ii-
. '..||i I ..I I Mil. I '..II llll
NATHAN IBL CAMPBELL
.;s..i. \ \\ ;:-_'ii.l Al enue
Miami, Florida
1NARD P HoLDF VRH, Bstl
Vttot py fm Snthanb 1 Campbell
\ w 27th Vvenue
. Mi., 1111. Floi idi. 1
I 7/J--l
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722Acts of 1941
File No. 71 A 365
NOTICE 18 IIERKBl IHVEN that
SAM I'EL SCHWARTZ holder of
Count) Tax Bale 1.-1 liii. ai. No. .".'7
issued the :'il. da) nl May, A.D IW9,
has fil.-d same in my office, and has
inaih- application foi n tan deed to
l.i- issued thereon, said Certificate
embraces the following described
property in Ihe Count) of Dad,-. State
Ol Florida, li.-uil:
Lot 23 Block *, Orchard Villa l'-tt.
Plal Booh 17 Page '.:.. In th.- Coun-
ty of Had,. Stale of Floridn
This deed trill lie issued subject to
i:'7" City "i Miami taxes and Liena
and 1070 County ta\,-s.
The a.-- .-.-sin.-at ..f said property
under tin .-aid certificate wa- in the
name of: \\ II.HI-'.I.MIZNA BAWLS &
RAMIE L. Xiool'.i:
ITnleaa said oertlfleate shall he re-
Seemed according lo law, the property
described hurt-lu will be s..|.l to the
highest bjdder for rash at the Courl-
houae floor on the first Mondaj in
tin- month of August, 1971, which is
Ihe ^nd dav ..f August, l!'7l.
Dated this 2Sth dav of June. 1971.
1-:. P. UMTHBRmAN, Clerk
of Circuit t.'.iurt. Dad.- t'ountv. Florida
By: P. P. QTLDRTRAND
D.-iiuty Clerk
'Ircult i'ourt Seal)
7/2-S-1S 31
1 NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THI
I ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-12294
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
MIRIAM WARING,
Plaintiff,
\ -
OKI IROR BYR IX WA KINO,
11, i, ndaul
Ti 1 IE" >Ri IE BYHI IN \\ ARINO
lelici unknoM n 1
Vou. OEl 'ROR BYRON w VRINO.
uri hereb) fled Ihal a Bill of
.'. ntplal'nl '.! I >h nrce hai bei 11 filed
\ .-u and v "il ." 1..: 111 r .-<1 i.
Pie
your
. 1 II ,.( 1
Plain
1.ic in ; ; s.w
..1 I'l.ad-
.'im.':.1.111
KRIE1 >M \ \ .V
vth 811
i I nnd file the
orilEiua S Pleading In the
Cli 1 Ihe In uii
... 1
1111 u 1971 li you do s...
,: \. ill he inki n
...it foi ih. relief depi 1
in the BUI 11 1 "ii.....
X 1' shall li. publ '" 1 once
1 W.4-I.S
III THE JEWIKH Kl.OBIDIAN
ImXK VND 'RI lERED nl Miami,
, sth day nl jut 1<
i: || I.EATHBRMAN, Clerk
Circuit Cnut Dade 1 'ouill |
I .' p. Ci >PE1 AND
I.. ni' \ Clei 1.
,111. ull ihi S.ali
MAin I S It' 'SS FRIEDMAN
: .- W Mh Str. .1 No IM
Mi.uin I rid MISt
11 Plaintiff
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^fewisli Floridliain
TIME MAGAZINE 5AYS
jiami, Florida Friday, July 23. 1971
Section B
U.S. Will Provide Israel
With SR-71 Spy PJanes
egal Scholars Ponder Ruling
On Private School Aid
By PHYLLIS BUTLER
.'. i.-h Telegraphic Agency, Inc.
vASHINGTON In the hours
W the US. Supreme Court de-
ired Rhode Island and Pennsyl-
lia aid to parochial schools un-
stitutional, lawyers and con-
ditional experts have been
Idying the texts of the opinions
their legal implications. Some
erta characterize the ruling as
ri ping" and say the justices
illy changed the criteria for
ir.g such legislation. Others
thai the court did not ettab-
any ironclad rule that can
applied in all casrs with me-
InicsJ simplicity so that the
kit will rule on cases one by
J.ithan Lewin, a former Deputy
listant Attorney General and
. interpreter of court views for
New York Times, belongs to
first school. He told the JTA
|t the ruling makes legislation
ch more difficult to frame, be-
se it shifts the frame of refer-
ee from time-honored stand-
used toy most legislation
t laws institutionalize aafe-
systems to UMUire thiit no
ney would be used for reii-
u- purposes, thinking that thin
llil help them steer clear of
Mitutlonal prohibitions. The
test, which Lewin calls the
inglement test, will force a
in tactics, be says.
^nder this test, the less formal
raction between religious
k>Ls and the government the
law establishes, the greater chance
the measure would have in the
courts. Thus, he explains the up-
holding of the one-time construc-
tion grants by the Federal govern-
ment and suggests that similar
block grants with no strings at-
tached or channels established
might be the form of the future.
Tax credit and tax deduction
systems in which money Is given
indirectly to parents and which
have no administrative connections
with the school might pans what
he defines as the court's new
standard the entanglement
test. Thus laws like New York's
which include some state super-
vision of school records will have
serious problems getting through,
Lewin says.
But some lawyers feel that the
court set up no rule which can be
applied with any regularity to
future cases. They say that the
court opinions make mention of
so many aspects of the various
issues that no overriding test comes
through. They cite a passage in
the opinion which states in part
that "candor compels the acknowl-
edgement that we can only dimly
perceive the boundaries of per-
missible government activity in
this sensitive area of a constitu-
tional adjudication," and interpret
it as a conscious effort on the
part of the court to say that these
rulings and opinions are not meant
to end the matter and that the
court will deal with the issue on
a case-by-casc basis.
The court's wreelfically asking
whether the "implementation of
DL Replies To Witch-Hunt
Charge By Chicago Rabbi
CHICAGO (JTA) Aspokes-
in for the B'nai B'rith Anti-
famation League declared
it the defense agency "is do-
what the Jewish community
bays expected it to do, and
st is to gather information on
tanizations that adversely af-
the security of American
le spokesman was comment-
on the continuing criticism
the ADL from some sections
[ the Jewish community for its
tion last year in confirming
identities of local leaders of
Jewish Defense League in
Philadelphia area being in-
stigated by the FBI. The ADL
^s accused of gratui'ously "in-
rming" on fellow Jews.
The controversy was raised
re last May 28 in a Friday eve-
ns sermon by Rabbi Arnold J.
>lf of Congregation Sole! of
ghland Park, who was sharp-
critical oi the ADL's coopera-
B1 with the FBI in the JDL
ke.
r'ln principle, and as far as we
bow also in fact, the collabora-
fn of ADL with the FBI is not
lited to giving information only
JDL members," Rabbi Wolf
aimed. "The whole Jewish corn-
unity is surely entitled to know
st what other groups or indi-
duals have been and are being
ported on to the FBI by the
nti-Defamation League, groups
hi<"h the ADL national chair-
an describes as "extremists of
(f right or the left.' assuming
ihovit evidence that they are
" 'groups engaged in unlaw-
activity," and producing no
ADL is, in fact, giving in-
Uion secretly collected by
vish groups supported by Jew-
ish funds to the FBI to use that
information against other Jews.
This kind of collaboration is not
required by the laws of the
United States and is, in my opin-
ion, forbidden by Jewish legal
and moral tradition." Rabbi Wolf
wrote.
The letter to Solel congregants
from the ADL executive commit-
tee and staff members observed:
"The criticism is premised upon
a precept created In ancient and
medieval times during the long
dark period when the Jews were
universally the victims of anti-
Semitism as a matter of state
policy. The theory behind the
precept was that the state was
the enemy of the Jews.
'The ADL has exposed organi-
zations hiding under the Jewish
label because they try to harm
Israel or bring discredit to the
Jewish community for ex-
ample, the Birch Society front
called the 'Jewish Society of
Americanists,' Rabbi Elmer Bcr-
ger's various anti-Israel fronts
and the anti-Israel Communist
front group called 'Committee
for a Just Peace in the Middle
East,'" the letter pointed out.
"Jews in the State of Israel
must necessarily provide infor-
mation and evidence on criminal
activities on the part of other
Jews through Interpol, the
international police organization,
the authorities in Israel regularly
furnish to the American FBI and
to other such gos-ernment agen-
cies information about American
Jews who, for a variety of rea-
sons seek haven in Israel .
Would anyone suggest that these
actions constitute violations of
Jewish principle simply because
Jews are providing information
about other Jews to the Israeli
or American governments?"
the act inhibits free exercise of
religion" could open the Judicial
door to cases contending that a
no-aid policy would inhibit the
free exercise, he says.
"In arguing for the government
before the High Court, the Jus-
tice Department emphasizes a
middle ground where the con-
stitutional principles ol free exer-
cise, equal application of the laws
and the prohibition of establishing
a state religion can all be reason-
ably accommodated. Programs
carefully structured to channel
aid to students rather than to
schools or teachers could fit that
description, he adds, and the con-
cepts of shared time, or even pos-
sibly shared teachers (a system
used now by many small day
schools in which public school
teachers teach after regular hours
analogous classes) should be test-
ed in the High Court to clarify
which principles the court con-
siders to be overriding."
NEW YORK (JTAl The
United States government is
showing "concern over a marked
buildup of Soviet intelligence ac-
tivities in the Middle East." and
ha.; agreed to provide Israel with
facilities for U-2 and SR-71 spy
planes, Times magazine has re-
ported.
"It was partly to investigate
those activities that CIA direc-
tor Richard Helms recently vis-
ited Israel," Time said. "When
Helms conferred with officials
of Hamossad (the Israeli equiva-
lent of the CIA they discussed
the fact that Soviet-flown MIG-
23s which can fly at 80,000 feet,
an altitude that Phantoms can-
not reach, are conducting intelli-
gence missions out of Egyptian
bases.
Two electronics-crammed Rus-
sian 'listening ships' have aiso
been stationed about 80 miles
off the Israeli coast: Soviet ra-
dar installed on the ground in
Egypt can monitor air routes
over Syria. Lebanon. Israel and
Jordan: hundreds of Soviet in-
telligence experts arc at work
in Middle East evaluation cen-
ters in Cairo and Alexandria:
Soviet agents are \isiting Israel
in increased numbers in the
guise of tourists, Journalists,
European businessmen and even
immigrating Jews." the article
said.
Sudan Communist?
Experts Think Not
JERUSALEM (JTA) Israeli
political circles here said that
Monday's military coup in Su-
dan did not mean that the coun-
try would go Communist. The
new- ruling junta, headed by Maj.
Hashem al-Atta. a reputed Com-
munist, could not govern the
country with Communists and
pro-Communists alone but would
have to include "some conserva-
tive elements" in the Revolution-
ary council, they noted, ard the
new regime would be dependent
on the Armv which includes oth-
er than Communist element*.
The circles pointed out that
the dej>oscd President of Sudan,
.Maj. (Jen. (iaafar al-Nimeiry,
had "used" the Communists af-
ter his seizure of Tower in May,
1969 in order to maintain and
strengthen his rule but soon af-
terwards began persecuting them
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*Je1sti fhridian
JncayJuiyjj
Rabbi Charles Rubel of B'nai Raphael
To Give Opening Prayer In US. Senate
R.ibbi Charles M. Rubel, spirit-
ual loader of Congregation kina;
Raphael, has been invited by Sen.
Hubert Humphrey to deliver the
States Senate Masion Wednesday,
*ug 4.
Rabbi Rubel was botn in New
York City and graduated from the
College of the City of New York
with a B.A. degree, and received
hi~ riii'vnif i] rlceree from the
Luncheon Card Party Set
The Sunshine Chapter, B'nai
B'rith Women, has scheduled ;i
noon luncheon and card part}
Thursday, July 29. at the Wash
ington Federal, 699 ni: lt'.Tth St.
Mr- Ida Rothenberg is president;
Mrs Kitty Banmoh 1 i< chapter pro-
gram chairman.
American Portrait Exhibit
Sell ctions from th<' rHrrmnenl
collections of the University of
Miami's Lowe Art Museum will
open Wednesday with an exhibit
ol American portraiture and con-
tempocary art.
Included in the exhibit of Amor-1
ican portraiture will be John
Singer Sargent's "Lady in Pink;'
Eugene Massin's "Portrait of Mr.
and Mrs. Sam MaStin," and a self-
portrait by Ben Siiahn.
Jewish Theological Seminary of
America. Rabbi Rubel served in
N'ew York at Beth El Jewish Cen-
ter of Flatbush and Kincsway
Jewish Center of Flatbush. Ha,
was then called to Congregation
She i ah brae] of Macon. Ga.. which
he served for a period of 12 years.
Before coming to Miami. Rabbi
Rubel wal spiritual leader of
Temple Beth Sholom in Provi-
dence, R.I.
The rabbi has been active in the
Greater Miami Rabbinical Asso-
ciation and is a former member
Of the executive committee ol" the
Rabbinical Assc mbly. He is an
active member of the North Miami
Kiwanis Club and a member of
Conqueror Lodge, Knights of Py-
thias in Brooklyn. N.Y. A former
member of the Order of Sons of
Zion. he has been an active worker
for Zionism for the past 40 years
Mrs. Rubel, a well-known He-
brew pedagogue, is presently affil-
iated with Temple Israel of Mini-
mal'.
On Aug. 29. Rabbi Rubel will
I- i be honored with the title of
Doctor il Divinity by the Jewish
Theolog cal Seminary at a ->
cial convocation ;o be held al
Park Avenue Synagogue in New
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iday, July 23, 1971
vJenisf fkridli^in
Mrs. Arthur Horwitz Of N. Miami Beach
President-Elect of BB Women District 5
Page 3-B
Mrs. Arthur.(ya^jctj Horwitz.
new president-elect of B'nai B'rith
Women District 5, should slip in-
MRS. ARTHUR HORWITZ
to her role as president of the or-
ganization quite easily in 1972.
for r.ot only has she previously
served a< president of a B'nai
B'rith Chapter, but sh.' comes
from a family of presidents.
Her huslnd was president of
B'nai B'rith North Dade Lodge
during the same period in which
she served as head of North Dade
Chapter (mm 1962 to 1964; her
soa Michael, 1>, is now president
of Volunteers AZA, and her father,
Herbert H. Robins has been presi-
dent of the South Florida Hotel
Aaoc:ation for the past 10 years.
jirs. Horwitz joined B'nai B'rith
ome 13 years atjo and among
potts she has held arc District
chairman H'nai B'rith ADL, co-
llator for two years of the
ibership cabinet B'nai B'rith
[ion District 5: District pro-
chairman and District rep-
itative to the National Fund
biet B'nai B'rith Women. She
[also B'nai B'rith Woman rep-
la Wometco Theatres
fcening Friday at the Miami
ifelc. 163rd St., and Palm
ngs Theatres is "The Light at
[Edge of the World." "This
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day at the Mayfair and Sun-
Holdovers include "Carnal
Pledge," Carib and Twin I;
Water, White Death," at
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dale and Gateway; "The Andro-
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at the Normandy, and "Taking
Off," Boca Raton.
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resentative in the Miami area In
the National Alliance on Shaping
Safer Cities, and served u vice
preaidejjl of_Bro.waxd.Noj-th_Dadc
Council for two years.
During those same years she
came up through the ranks to her
present position, serving progres-
sively as District 5 fourth vice
president for two years from 1966
to third in 1968 and then second
in 1971.
Mr. and Mrs. Horwitz came
here 16 years ago from Brooklyn
where she graduated from Brook-
lyn College and taught kindergar-
ten in the N< w York school sys-
tem. The couple has two other
sons. Steven 13 and Jeffrey II.
Both Mr. and Mrs. Horwitz are
active in the YM-YWH4. of North
County, and Mr. Horwitz has alse.
boon president of the South
ida Council of B'nai R'rith 1.
Mrs. Horwitz Is aet've in th >
Mollle Kahaner Sisterhood of Beth
Torah Cnneresration and th<>
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
Community Council for Hillel.
Amonrr other net'' lt|p a-o mem*
berah'n in the Kabai r>.,i. y ,...._
'try PTA and in AW a HP John
F. Kennedv Junfor H;-h School,
a grot-n which includes parents
teachers and students.
In addition to hr rv^s:tjnn as
Distr'et 5 nres'dent-cWt. M-s
Horwitz se>n ,.q tne TYstrVl
ehaiTian of ("hinte- Conmi'+nntc
f"*- B'nai B'rith and is di-vetin<*
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Washington. DC. to Florida, fak-
:*,' in all "KiirK-.n areas from
Maryland to Key West.
Fleeted as oresident of D'<--;.r"
5 for 1971-72 at the rcoont R'nv
B'rith convention was M~s. Leon-
ard Ruben of Silver Sprint*. Md.
Other local>tes who will serve
during 1971-72 are Mrs. Newton
Hofstadter. North Miami Beach,
vice president; Mrs. Arthur Bass-
man of Corai Gables and Mrs
Sam Kurland of Miami, who were
elected to the executive board.
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Fric/ry, hiy 23.197,
Analvsis of Soviet Census Shows Equal
Di-op In Yiddish Use, Number of Jews
By JOSKPH POI.AKOFF
(Oi ISTl. Jewish Telegraphic Am-ncy tin- '
On the basis of Soviri Statistics available here, at least one4ourth.
or more than 800.000 of the Soviet Union's Jewish population em-
braced another identification for the purpose of the census conducted
last year. The 1970 count showed the total of Jews at 2.151.000 or loss |
than V:, of the country's population, the lowest proportion in Soviet
history, according to an analysis by the Jewish Telegraphic Agency.
Soviet specialists Indicated that the vast majority of those who chang-
ed their identification probably made their decision after the Soviets
broke relations with Israel in 1967.
The down-surge in those declaring themselves as Jews to the
census enumerators presumably surprises even Soviet officialdom. Up
to the time of publication of the 1970 census statistics in Pravda on
April 17, the Soviet government's Xovosti Press Agency assumed the
country had about three million Jews. This figure appears in its pub-
lication "Soviet Jews: Fact and Fiction."
The 1959 census put the Jewish population at 2.268.000 or about
117.000 more than in 1970. This compares with the 1939 census of
3.020.000 Jews and 2.680.000 in 1926 when the Soviet area was con-
siderably mallei than at present and did not contain imimrtant sec-
tors of traditionally Jewish habitation. The recorded decrease in the
number of Jews between 1959 and 1970 cannot entirely be attributed
to emigration since not more than several thousand left the Soviet
Union during those 11 years.
Specialists here observed that Novosti's estimate of three million
Jews probably derived from the M.V'.D. (Ministry of Interior, that is
I ret police' which controls the internal passport system. Jewish esti-
mates that the total was between 3-3'; million were based apparently
( n calculations of natural growth commensurate with the remainder
of the Soviet Union and their estimates of enumerations in 1959.
Assuming that the 1959 figure must at least replace itself, a
.S" nalist said, the figure in 1970 should be higher and not lower than
in 1959. However, given the fact that in many urban areas in the
Soviet Union the net reproduction rate, on the average, is not the 2.3
children which is demographically required to replace the population
and that Jews are overwhelmingly urban residents, then this factor
may contribute to its present official level. The 1959 census indicated
5' r of the Jewish population lived outside of the urban areas.
The population count in 1970. taken during the week of January
15-22. masked the lirst interval between sensusos that has not been
characterized by major losses of life as a result of either internal or
external factors. Soviet history has witnessed one demographic catas-
trophe after another from war. civil strife, revolution, famine, epi-
demics and purges. No census was taken in 1949. a convenient 10-year
period. JTA was told that by not taking a census, the Soviet govern-
ment avoided publishing the fearful losses which that country incurred
in World War II.
The resulting figure for Jews in the 1970 census may be due to
two factors as a consequence of polarizatioa one source said. Many
Jews have become defiant and have declared themselves Jews even
though they have lost most traces of their Judaism. Many others be-
came fearful of declaring themselves although they may have done so
previously. Since the Soviet-Israeli break in relations following the
Six-Day War. official Soviet repression of Jewish culture and the harsh
campaign against Zionism has markedly heightened.
In ill nine of the 15 Sov iet Republics reported in Pravda with refer-
ence to Jews, th,- Jewish totals decreased in relation to the total popu-
lations. The largest percentage decrease, despite the growth in the
number of Jews, was in Moldavia where the Jewish |>opulation fell
about 18'; m comparison with the total population. The Ukraine's
Jewish total dropped 2 as a share of the population. In prac-
tical terms, this means that in the Ukraine, where 11 years ago there
had been 20 declared Jews in the general population of 1,000 there are
fiow 16.
The disappearance from the Soviet's Jewish register" of about
one in four persons of Jewish origin may give rise to what the Jewish
rews of Newark. N.J., on descriliing as "Marranos in the US.SR."
'In considering the reasons that might have compelled so manv
o deny being Jews." the Jewish News said editorially, "we recal'l '
th.. Marranos. those who professed Christianity to escape the horrors
of the Inquisition.
.k "nVj?n"rIdy' l,arranos- ue ca" be certain, understand fully '
the wretched and frightening implications of anti-Semitism in the!
Soviet I nion today. They surely understand the barbaric nuances in i
S,TJan""g th8t any Russian a'^ting Zionist belief! '
,n mv Jf?hys rS !UI.*cnt of "'"national Zionism and an
n of the Soviet people.' This ugly threat is a virtual appeal to the
savage mob passions that have so disfigured Russian history."
#E*I8H POPULATION IN SOVIET UNION IN 1959 AND 1970
(Figures in Thousands!
uss.R. ias whole)
RFPL'BMCS:
RSFSR (Russia)
Ukraine
Belorussia
Uzbekistan
Moldavia
Georgia
Latvia
I ithuania
nia
Total for 9 Republics
1959
Pop. Pet.
2.268 1.09
1970
Pop. Pet.
2,151 0.89
875
840
150
95
95
52
37
25
5.4
2.174.4
0.7
2.0
1.9
1.2
3.3
1.3
1.7
0.9
0.5
808
777
148
103
98
55
37
24
5.3
2,055.3
0.6
1.6
1.6
0.9
2.7
1.2
1.6
0.8
0.4
Jewish population means those inhabitants of Soviet Union who
dared" themselves to be Jews. Statistics for 1959 and 1970
n in above tabulation are taken from Pravda of April 17 1971
i I Percentage represents relationship of number of Jews to total'
populations in the USSR, and in the nine of its 15 Republics Shown
Continued on Pa.ge 8-B
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Friday. July 23, 1971
*Je*isti Ihiriidliirinri
Hebrew Home Appoints
Director Of Nursing
The appointment of Mrs. Sarah I tefi degree from rtofttra Untver-
Micha.l-.n-aK dirocffSf ol nuwing sity. Sh<- studied Forensic Medi-
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'Hospital Management and" Plan- ,
ning M N'oR" f Brk Univerlrty.^
a captain in the L'.s. Army
Corps of Nurses. Mrs. Michaelson
served In tlie European theatre
during World War II. and the
Korean campaign. She later be-
came head nurse at Long Island :
Jewish Hospital, director of am- j
hulatoi y services, emergency room '
and clinic* supervisor at Mount
Sinai Hospital, night director at I
North Shore Hospital, and served
as assistant to Sister Francine in !
St. Francis Hospital's In-Servic
Kducation Department.
MM. SARAH MKHAUSON
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pinouneed by Sidney Siegel, exacu-
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A graduate of King's County
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Temple Israel Sisterhood
Sets Summer Card Party
The Sisterhood of Temple Is-
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card party Wednesday noon at th"
temple. Proceeds are earmarked
lor the group's religious activities.
Mrs, William I. Breener is vice
president of the department of
religion and education: Mrs. Har-
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Friday. Inly 23. 1971
SOCIAL BRIEFS
by Isabel Grove
Pansy Flaum is looking for-
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to Lake Mahopac where Nathan-
iel Levine h.is donated a parcel of
land to the City of Mahopac in the
name of his late wife Belle i Pan-
sy'* -: land has been converted and re-
built into an art center to be
calitd the Belle Levine Art Center.
The late Mrs. Levine was a fre-
quent visitors to South Florida. At
the opening of the Center last
week attended by celebrities from
the atl and music world, a con
cert o! chamber music was pie-
seni'
A recent party given by Pansy
Flaum honored May (Mrs. Gus-
ta\ Hartmin. a pillar of the Is-
rael Orphan Asylum in New York.
Amorc guests were Arnold and
Ada Greenfield. Irving and Shirley
Gold and Reverend and Mrs. Ed
Graham.
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engagement bruncheon for 250
people honoring Janet Sue Rabino-
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day. July 11 at Kings Bay Coun-
try Club. The bride-elect is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Rabinowitz; her fiance is the son
1 of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Beck.
For the party Janet chose a
floor length gown in a limerickie
hade of shunallure with billow-
! ing organza sleeves. The bodice
\ feateured a high neck of white
Venetian lace and came to a point
: it the waistline. She carried an
jld-fashione.i bouquet of yellow
and white daisies, yellow roses and
I stephanotis.
Among those present were Mrs.
Jenny Mintz and Mrs. Etha Beck,
grandmothers of the engaged
couple.
it Celebrated composer-conductor
! David Rose will direct the Phil-
1 harmonic Summer Pops at the
i Marine Stadium on Rickenbacker
| Causeway. Saturday evening. July
31. The concert will feature popu-
lar melodies and light classical se-
lections, including his Emmy
Award winning theme from the
television show, "Bonanza."
Determination and resolution
plus talent and hard work re-
sulted in scholastic achievement
awards for four top students in
the country who happen to be
blind. Among the winners is pretty,
blonde Susan L Woodward, 23. ot
Coral Gables, an English major
who earned her B.A. degree and a
, 3.8 average at the University of
Miami. In 1970, Susan was cited
! for service to the university com-
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a doctorate in social work. Pres-
entation of the 1971 Recording for
the Blind's award was made in
Washington. D.C.. on May 5, in
the office of the vice president,
where Mrs. Spiro T. Agnew gave
out the citations and checks for
$500.
HUtS. STtWtH H. MWt
Susan Lynn Wool
And Marc Lopatin
Exchange Vows
Susan Lynn Wool and Marc Lo-
patin exchanged vows Sunday.
July 18. at 2 p.m. in the Playboy
Plaza Hotel with Robert Frazin
Ilene Lapinsohn
Stephen H. Siegel
Exchange Vows
The former Ilene Ellen Lapin-
sohn and Stephen Howard Siege!
of 7150 SW 23rd St.. exchanged
vows Sunday, June 20. at Beth
El Synagogue in Cherry Hill. N.J.
Howard Kahn officiated at
th 6 p.m. ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of
Mrs. Leonard I. Lapinsohn of 708
tina Ave., Coral Gables, and
ite Dr. Lapinsohn Her hus-
band is the son of Mr, and Mrs.
Louis Siegel, 98-05 67th Ave.
For the nuptials the bride chose
i candlelight gown of silk illusion
fashioned with a high neck. The
, tod ice and bishop sleeves were
I embroidered with pearls and lace.
i The detachable train was also
mbroidered with pearls as were
the shoes and Juliet cap which
aeld the finger tip veil.
The brides sister. Judi Lapin-
' sohr. served as maid of honor with
Mrs. Michael Kornwelser, sister
of the groom, and Mrs. Marshall
Ives, as bridesmaids.
Mr. Siegel was his son's best
man and ushers included Stephen
Lapinsohn. the bride's brother,
and Marshall Ives.
Post Office
To Receive
Machinery
Miami will receive soph
new machinery as part ol
million "catch-up" mechai
program due for compl.-tior.
the next 12 months in mon
300 post offices, Postmat>-i 1. x
Dunlap has announced.
The "catch-up" pro_- ar
addition to a previous plai
stall $133 million in new
buildings was imoui
contly by Postmaster Gene; il Win-
ton M. Blount. as part of ,
sive, nation-wide program
prove postal services.
One additional Multi-P
Letter Sorting Machine
with a solid state computer
a Zip Mail Translator, and tW
Distribution Rings will be sup-
plied to the local Post Off, \;.
Dunlap said.
The Multi-Position Lett-: Sort-
ing Machine permits an opera) -
to sort mail into 277 destii
bins. The Distribution Rin
circular, revolving table u -
making separations of -
eels and rolls, bundle letti
The new Mrs. Siegel is a grad-
uate of Coral Gables High School
and the University of Miami. Hei newspaper* and circular ma
husband graduated from DeWitt
Clinton High School In New York.
attended Hunter College and
earned a degree from the Univer-
sity of Miami.
On their return from a honey-
moon in Jamaica, the newlyweds
will live in Miami.
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officiating. A reception for the
couple followed the ceremonies at
the hotel.
Parents of the couple are Mr.
and Mrs. Carl Wool. 12753 ME 2nd
Ave.. and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lo-
patin. 3711 NW 1st St.
Attending the bride as matron !
of honor was Mrs. Murray Snyder: i
Amy Lasker. Cindy Stark. Helene ;
Davis and Debbie Snyder were
bridesmaids. Best man was Rob-
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Randy Wool and Murray Snyder
ushered.
The bride graduated from North !
Miami Senior High School and j
Miami-Dade Junior College. She
attended the University of Florida,
where she was a member of Alpha
Epsilon Phi fraternity. A graduate !
of Coral Gables Senior High School j
and the University of Florida
School of Engineering, the groom,
who was a member of Tau Epsi-
lon Phi fraternity, is employed by
the State Department of Trans-
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In Puerto Rico and St. Thomas.!
Virgin Islands. They will make!
their home in North Miami Beach
loon their return.
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Sharon Franssen Becomes Bride Of Doctor Ehenberg
Page 7-1
Sharon Fey Franssen became the
bride of Dr. Barry Alan Eisenberg
in a 6 p.m. candlelight ceremony
from the M. J. L.nl College of
Podiatry and now serves as Chief
of the Podiatry Surgical Staff at
Osteopathic General Hospital. Dr
Kisenberg is an associate in the
American College of Foot Sur-
geons.
The now Mta. Fisenberg se-
lected a formal gown of silk or-
ganza and Alencon lace for her
wedd.ng. The fitted bodice was
embroidered with pearls and crys-
tals: (he A-line -kirt teatured a
redingote effeel and a cathedral-
f ngth train falling from the waist-
line.
_The hrid.i party included the
bride's sister. Mrs. William A. Kel-
ley. matron of honor; Mrs. David
B. Pore. Teresa Cobb. Holly Lubet
and Nina Naftali, bridesmaid, and
Leslie Cobb, flower girl. Laura
Kelley kept the bride's book. The
?room was attended by Dr. David
3. Pere. best man. ushers were Dr.
Seymour Z. Beiser. Dr. Keith Kas-
huk. Dr. Stuart Leeds and Dr.
Allen Schwartzenfeld; Stephen
Pere was ringbearer. and Robert
and Jeffrey Pere candlelighters.
After an eight-day honeymoon
n Acapulco. Mexico. Dr. and Mrs.
KisonlxTR will make their home
'n North Miami.
Pioneer Women's Service to
Poverty Areas Intensified
MM. BAKKY A. IISIHBtKC
conducted by Rabbi Robert P.
Frazifl in the Cotillion Room of
the Eden Roc Hotel Sundav. July
13.
A fourth-generation Floridian.
the bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Norman W. Franssen,
501 NE 143rd St.. North Miami,
and granddaughter of the late
Arthur James Miles, pioneer South
Florida building contractor. She
graduated from North Miami Sen-
ioi High School and his attended
Miami-Dade Junior College and
Barry G .'.< ge.
Dr. Eisenherg. the son of Mr
and Mrs. Mitchell Eteenberg, 1900
S.m Souci Blvd.. North Miami.
Graduated Jnr>m William H Taft
Senior High School and Long Is-
land I'lmnsity, when- he was a
m.'mlxT of Tau Delta Phi fra-
ternity. He received his degree
In a statement made this week
at the completion of a month-long
inspection of her organization's so-
cial service projects in Israel. Mrs.
Jack Zackler. national president of
Pioneer Women of the United
States, announced that Pioneer
Women in Israel was intensifying
its activities within Israel's pov-
erty areas.
Workinc through its affiliate or-
i ganization in Israel. Moetzet Ha-
poalot, Pioneer Women already
supports approximately 1.000 in-
stitutions throughout that country.
A largo proportion of the projects
are directed towards serving the
most needy sections of the popula-
tion, including those in immigrant
moshavim and deprived city neigh-
borhoods. These include day-care
centers for the children of work-
j ing mothers, neighborhood com-
Imunity centers, vocational training,
secondary .schools and family coun-
seling programs.
Mrs, Zackler noted that her or-
, ganization is increasing its activi-
I ties in order to help bridge the
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"These programs," she com-
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bringing equal opportunity to all
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expanded and intensified with the
lelp of funds collected by Pioneer
Women abroad."
Mrs. Zackler pointed out that
the American Pioneer Women
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While in Israel. Mrs. Zackler par-
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the Zionist Actions Committee
held last month in Jerusalem.


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1 medium onion 1 tsp. sugar
2 bell peppers 2 tbLs. cider vinegar
fi radishes Ripe olives for garnish
2 big carrots
Clean the vegetables and peel onions and carrots. Cut and
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coarse grater, chop the onions into very small cubes and dice
the peppers and radishes into very small pieces. Mix all vege-
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Friday, July 23. 1971

At the Hadassah-Hebrew University Medical Center in Jeru-
salem, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur W. Tager, of 6161 Collins Ave.,
Miami Beach, meet with Mrs. Faye Schenk, national presi-
: ent of Hadassah, who is visiting Jerusalem to celebrate the
-Oth anniversary of the moving of the Hadassah-Hebrew
University Medical Center to Ein Karem in Jerusalem.
Analysis of Soviet Census Shows Equal
Drop In Yiddish Use, Number of Jews
Continued from Pago 4-
listed residual between Jewish population tolals in Soviet I'nion as
v.-'olc and for nine Republics are not specified in Pravda's report.
-IrAVISII POPI'LATIOX IV SOVIET IMOX IX
I'KKVIOlS CKNSISKS
(Fluurcs in Thousands)
1936 1986
Pop. Pet. Pop. Pet
I S.S.R. totals 3,020 1.7S 2,680 1.82
Totals for 19.'!9 and 1926 exclude Moldavia (Bessarabia*, tin
Itic Republics of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania, and thai pail ol
I land acquired by the Soviet Union in 19.'19.
yiOIKSH AND otiii.i; LANGUAGES OP JEWISH POPULATION
YlddMi Other
lose Whose mother tongue is (Those who fluently speak
same at their nationally anoth r language ot the
peoples of the U.S.SJL)
ensus of 1970 On'y: Russian 16.3 Pet.; Other languaKes 28.8 Pet.
1959 1970
*' (,lsh 21.5 Pet. 17.7 Pet.
According to Pravda's percentage figures (Pravda, April 17. 1971
those Jews who said Yiddish is their mother tongue totaled 488-
86- in I9-.19. In 1970. the census total had declined to 381.000. The
centage figures for Russian and "other" languages represent teg-
nts of those who declared themselves Jews and whose first lan-
- tge may be Yiddish, Relo-Russian. Georgian, etc. and whose second
guagfl Is Russian or "other." In 1970. of those who declared them.
s- ves Jews, about .Til.000 spoke Russian as their second language In
a-Jition. about 602.000 spoke a second language other than Russian
1 ken together, it would appear that almost half of the Jews in the
I .S.S.R. speak a second language fluently. These population figures
o! languages are JTA'S calculations based on Pravda's percentage
f ures.
AI.BKRT YKSXKK
Albert Glenn, son of Mr. and
Mrs Leonard Testier, 8500 s\v 20th
Ter., will celebrate his Bar Mitz-
rah at Temple Or Olom, Saturday
morning, Julj. 24.
An eighth grade student at west
. Junior High School, the
celebrant is a member of Tempi",
Or Olom's Boy's Choir. He plan-
to continue his religious education
to Confirmation at Temple Or
Olom.
Mr. and Mrs, Yesner will host
the Oneg Shabbat on Friday eve-
ning, the Kiddush following Sat-
urday's services, and a reception
and open house in his honor Sat-
urday afternoon at their home
Among the honored guests will
be his grandmothers Mrs. Minnie
Albert and Mrs. Ann Schulefand
and his brother and sister-in-law,
Mr. ard Mrs. Jack Yesner ol
Tampa.
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'_ lb. medium or broad noodles
1 stick ()a lb. i margarine
4 large eggs, very well beaten
(or 5 medium sizei
White raisins, washed well,
soaked and drained
1 can Dole crushed pineapple
( LI1; oz. si/r i
Vanilla
Corn Flakes or Rice Krispiea
lcrushedi
Maraschino cherries
Cinnamon
Sugar to taste 11 tablespoon
or more
Melt margarine, watching care
fully to prevent browning. Cook
noodles until tender; drain and
rinse with hot water. Add mar-
garine, well-beaten eggs, sugar,
cinnamon, vanilla, raisins, and
pineapple, including the liquid.
Add a little liquid from the cher-
ries also.
Grease an oblong pan with mar-
garine; shake some sugar and cin-
namon together in a small jar,
and sprinkle generously over
the margarine. Top with a thin
layer of Corn Flakes or Rice
Krispiea and scatter a few cut up
maraschino cherries. Add the
noodle mixture, top with crushed
cereal, cinnamon-sugar and eher-
ries. Dot with butter and bake it
350 F. alxnit 45 minutes or until
nicely browned on top Cool < ;m-
pletely.
Pudding may be enjoyed cold,
or it may be col In portions and
reheated in the oven until warmed
through.
Note: Dieters may use imitation
sugar and low calorie pineapple.
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North Miami Beach
By FDt.AR BKRNSTK1N
, s ,r Atrti i m upondenl nf the
jew !-l> Telefraphii Vaency)
JOHANNESBURG The wide
network ol Israel's international
friendships includes countries which
arc at odds with e ich other, though
not v\:t!i Uriel This applies
where more than in the continent
of Africa, where Israel enjoys go id
relations with Black states from
Centra! Africa to the Salt n
and also with white South Africa.
To keep on good ter;rs with both
sides is at times a difficult exer-
cise as ha> been shown bj the
rumpus that hl8 arisen in South
Africa over an Israeli Contribu-
tion to the Organization of Afri-
can Unity (representing the Black
states) fund for freedom fighters.
The background can l>e quickly
set. South Africa has always been
warmly pro-Zionist. In the World
War I days, its great leader. Jan
Smuts, helped the negotiations
thai produced the Balfour Dec-
laration. A life-long champion of
the concept ol thi' Jewish Nation ll
Home, he gave the state of Israel
Immediate de facto recognition
when it was proclaimed in IMS.
That was virtually on the '
IPs'defeat by the '>fa lioSsfelisi -
Dr. D, K. Milan heading the
new government, converted the de
I'aCtO recognition to recognition dp
jure, and he and his successors
J, G, Stri.idom. Dr. H. F. Vorwocr.t
and B. J. Vorstcr. continued the
pro-Israel policy
The relationship became strain-
i' against South Africa at the U.N.
on apartheid is-ues. and South
Africa -us|>cnded lilx-ral concep-
tions which it hail made in its
foreign currency control to enable
South African Jewish gift money
to reach Israel. They were re-
paired a~ Israeli diplomats in .South
Africa succeeded in explaining the
s ot principle 'apart from the
cordial relations she had built up
with Black African states 1 in terms
if which Israel could not do other
than stand opposed to ajsartheid.
During tin Six-Day War. Israeli
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and monetary gifts poured in from
people ill over the country
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if
Memories
Czar Of
r-MnistfkridlKtri
Page S-3
Of Sam Bronfman,
The Spirit World'
mm
By MICHAEL ML SOLOMON
(O UTI Jawlali Telegraphic Agenc]
MONTREAL Samuel Bronf-
man, the Seagram tycoon and great
Jewiaa philanthropist passed away
at the age of no, at his Weatmount
residenoe, a suburb of Montreal,
aa a result of a heart attack, Sat-
urday, July 10.
a shy. unobtrusive man. Samuel
Bronfman entered business in
MHO, With money partly saved
and partly borrowed from his fa-
ther, he bought a hotel in Winni-
peg, In the '20s he sold the hotel
.ind opened his own wines and
spirits mail-order firm. In the .ins
he acquired the rights of the
Joaeph Seagram distilleries in Eng-
an I mil by the end of the '50s,
was the uncrowned czar <>: ihe
world's largest distilleries with in-
terests and plants in 13 countries,
Mis subdued voice became .i lion's
Oar when institutions he had .it
heart, or the State of Israel, wore
threatened with extinction,
In the dramatic hours
the Six-Day War. I listened to
Sa nuel Bronfman addressing a
gathering of Montreal Jewry it
the Rit/-Oirlton Hoti 1 Stress
the Arab countries' vow to de-
stroy the Jewish itati
If nvney is needed v
I to give money until it hurts, and
e\en more." Exhilarated bj the
I example of the Bronfmans, the
I Montreal Jewish community gavej
the highest contribution per
[capita for the Israel Appeal in
09*7.
Samuel Bronfman knew how to
I hake money and how to give i'
laway. I'Diversities, boy scouts, re-[
lligious organisations, hospitals and'
(charitable institutions have en-
loyed his generosity. Under a
Isometimes severe exterior beat a
."' .it and iwwiiii Jewish heart He
lad his piirticular brand too. A
guj 'st, with my wife, at bis HOibi
hhillwlllji party, we had on arrival.
<*ir muss shot and pasted on a'
Coney Island enrdboa'd frame over I
which a younc Mr. Kronfmnn was!
-h i"olli>d \ip and wealing aat. in the best tradition of the
*urn of the wntury brewers' "belle
poque." My wife had the bright
: Sam" was the affectionate nanv
given to him by his fans' for an
autograpb on that souvenir picture.
Bronfman looked right and left
and finally obliged saying. "I don't
want anybody to see me sign
something. They may think I give
out checks and this will make
thgm swarm like bees around me
and ruin the 'simche.' He liked a
Yiddish word and rcspecN-d Jew*
:sh traditions. At a YMWHA As-
-K'uition fund-raising dinner, ob-
serving that there was no rabbi
present to offer the benediction.
ie told the audience: "i shall ask
brother Allan to say the 'moitW
SO that we c;m eat the 'lehem,' "
The suggestion was warmly ac-
cepted. I happened to Ix1 In the
crowd when he told, probably not
for the first time, of his confronta-
tion with Joachim von Rrbbentrop
at a distillers' convention not lone
before Hitler eame to power. At
that time. Ribbentrop waa peddling
the Rhinelnnd Sekt champagne
into whose family he had married
in France and England.
Ribbentrop." Mr. Bronfman iv-
caUed, "kejit assuring me that
there was no truth to Hitler's
anti-SfniiUsm. You will see. when
we come to power, he repeatedly
told me. I looked him straight In
the eyes and told him: Mr. Rib-
bentrop, your assurances lack in
flavor and your story lias no tarn"
(taste, in "Yiddish". Apparently,
"tie of the late S.un Bronfman's
victories waa to speak In Yiddish
when Ribbentrop addressed him in
bis beat booh Deutsch!
For 12 critical year- cover
the Hitler period and World War
II, Sam Bronfman assumed th.'|
leadership of Canadian Jewry and
moulded it into thai unity of aims
and capacity tor action which has
made the Canadian Jewish Con-
gress the object of envy and ad-
miration by more powerful Jew-
ish organizations in the United
States. To his very last days he
refused to retire, though beyond
retirement age. He agreed with
Andre Maurois, he told this re-
porter, that death should find him
In full activity. I happened to see
him dictate Utters to hia secretary
It than a fortnight before his
end.
Sam Bronfman loved his fam-
ily, his Jewish community and
Canada with the passion of a true
lovi r Thanking the numerous
speakers who congratulated him
on Ins 80th birthday, he said: "I
don't intend to retire until I fin-
ish what I have proposed myself
in do. And there are many urgent
things waiting for me yet." In
that final speech he said he had
always applied in his everydaj de-
cisions the practical philosophy
taught to him by his Immigrant
father. Kkhil: "Don't do anything
unless you can do it thoroughly.'
From his parents lie had learned.
lie added, that the greatest happi-
ness is a family with many chil-
dren brought up in the fear ol
God and educated to put the In-
terests of others before their own.
Bronfman's dictum: "Distilling is
i science but blending is an art,"
brought him untold millions.
The Montreal Star passing in
review of Samuel Bronfman's life
in a lull page, recalls the roaring
'20s when boot-legging was a
Canadian hobby and quotes Sam
Bronfman as having said: "We
shipped cartloads of goods, got
our moiicv and the rest was no
mine our business." The Star re-
minds its readers that during the
Continued mi Pace ll-B
BY HENRY LEONARD
"We've imported them from America, as
part of our new peace offensive."


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Friday. July 23, 1971
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAt NOTICE
LEGAL NOTKE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-2012
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Jn RE: Estate of
JACK Bl 'DENSTKIN,
i i ased
Ti Mi Creditor! and All Parsons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Saul
Batata:
You arc hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims ami de-
mands which you ma) havi against
the estate of jack hodenstein.
deceased late ol Dade County,
Ida, .' the Count) Judges "f Dade
County, and file the sane In dupli-
oate and as provided In Section 738.-
16, Florida Statutes, In their offices
in thi' County Courthouse in Dade j
County, Florida, within .-i\ calendar i
months from the time of the first
publioation hereof, "r the same will _
be barred,
d at Miami. Florida, this 13th
day of July. A D. li'Ti
RUTH HOCHBERG
As Administratrix
Cum Testami nto Annexo
First publication of this notice on
tth day of July. 1971.
SIMON, HAYS \ GRCNDWERG
By: Moses J Brands i i n
Attorney for Administratrix C T A
801 Am.-!, y Building
Miami. Florida 88182
7/16-1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the und reigned, desiring i" engage
In business under thi fictitious name
.: BICENTENNIAL EXHIBITS al
N \\ mi, Street Miami. Florida,
Intends t- register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Courl of Dade
C untj. i rids
BAR' 'X l "ISPLAYS, INC
By: S Paul Baron, President
SMITH. MANDLER, SMITH &
PARKER
Attorneys for Baron Displays, Inc.
417 Lincoln K ad
II ml Beach, Florida 33133
7 M-16-8J-80
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(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 RK. EDWARD GEORCE
Husband,
anil
ELZBIETA GRAZYXA
D1GC1.E GEORGE,
Wife
TO: EDWARD GEORGE
10 Baal I'arade
EiistuiM.il. Sydney, Australia
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Disolution ot Mar-
Tiaae has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to It
on ANGELO A. AM. attorney for
Petitioner, whose address is Suite
400 Roberts Building. L'S West Flagler
Street. Miami. Florida, SSI SO, and tile
the original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
August 20. 1971; otherwise a default
will be entered against you for the
relief demanded in the complaint or
petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week fur four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
01 said court at Miami. Florida on
this 14th dav of .lulv 1 : E B. LEATHERN IN
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dijde County. Florida
By: N. A HEWETT
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
ANGELO A AM. B8QC1RE
Suite 4i(i Roberts Building
U w.-st Plaster street
Miami. Florida 8818*
Attorney for Petitioner
_________ 7 1'-23-30 */
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
No. 71-13853
. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
JN RE: the marriage of
ARTHCR GEORGE BAUGH.
husband and
ALICE ANGELA HACGH. wife
You Arthur George Baugh. resi-
dence Hope Hay, p o Portland.
Jamaica, are required to file your
answer to the petition for dissolution
cf marriage with the Clerk of the
above court and serve a copy thereof
upon, Herman Cohen, Esq., 1310-11
Congress Ride. Miami, Florida on or
before August 23rd. 1ST! or else default
will be entered against you. Dated
July 21. 1971.
E. H. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
. Ry; R M KISSES
fClrcuit Court Seal)
,_________________________7/23-30 8/6-13
PRELIMINARY CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA
T5vA.,'T' T WHOM THESE PRE-
SENTS SHAM, COME GREETINGS-
Whereas. KATHLEEN M. FI.OOD.
Miami Reach, Florida: DEBORAH
FALZMAN Miami Beach. Florida.:
SYLVIA KATZ, Miami Beach, Flo-
rida did on the .loth dav of JUNE
AD. 1971 cause to be mcornorated
finder the laws of the State of
Floridi RRIS. INC. a corporation
With, Its principal place of business at
Miami Beach, Dade County in the
State of Florida, and whereas such
corporation did on the 14th day of
July. A D. 1971. cause to he filed In
the office of the Department of State
of the State of Florida, the documen-
tary authority required under Section
608 2,. Florida Statutes, showing the
dissolution of such corporation.
Now, therefore, the Secretary of
State does hereby certify to the fore-
going and that he Is satisfied that the
requirements of the law have been
compiled with
IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have
hereunto set my hand and have af-
fixed the Great Seal of the State of
Florida, at Tallahassee, the Capital
this the Fourteenth day of July. AD.
RICHARD (D!CK> STONE
^^^ Secretary of State
sXssT*.
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-13484
PETITION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
in n The Marriage of Connie
Hunter, Wife, and Samuel E
Hunter. Husband
Ti I: SAMUEL E. HUNTER
K Man Plasa
1915 Dixie Highway
Louisville, Kentucky 40i"JJ
You SAMUEL E HI'.VIER. are
hereby notified that a Petition for
I llsaotution of Marriage has bean
filed against you. and you are re-
quired to serve a copy Of your An-
swer or Pleading to the Dissolution
of Marriage on the Wife's attorney,
ARTHCR .1. WOLFSON, 0E His-
cayne Building, Miami, Florida 331 an
ami file the original Answer or Plead-
ing In the offi,e of the Clerk of the
Circuit Courl on or before the 23rd
day of August, 1971. If you fail to do
so, judgmeni by default will be taken
against >ou for the relief demanded
in the Petition for Dissolution of
Marriage
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 15th day of July AD
1871.
i: i: LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
Bj R M KISSEE
I' Duty Clerk
i' in i Seal)
ARTHUR J Wi iLFSON
for Petit loner
to', Riscayne Ruildinip
Miami. Florida S3130
7.2:1-:;." 8 8-13
IN THE COUNTY JUDOt'5 COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-2486 JOHN R. BLANTON
In RE Esti
MOZELL WHITE
I ease.I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors ami All Persons Hay-
ing '"'aims or Demands Against Said
Estate
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any rXaimfl ami demands
which you may have against the es-
tate of MOZELL WHITE deceased
late of Dad< County, Florida, to the
County Judges of Dade County, and
file the same in duplicate and as prt -
rided m Section 733.16, Florida statu-
tes, 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 IX
day of June, A D. 1871,
NANCY TRIPE GREEN
As Executrix
First publication of "his notice on
the 2nd da) of July. l71.
MARTIN D. MIME
Attorney for Executrix
1854 N W 7th Avenue
7 2-9-18-21
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'8 COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA IN PROBATE No 70-2881 IN
RE: Estate of HI* EN .1 BYRE De-
ceased. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRI-
BUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE
notice is hereby given thai I have
filed my Final Report and Petition
for Distribution and Final Discharge
a- Executor of the estate of HELEN
J EIRE deceased; and that on the
l'ith day of August, 1971. will apply
to the Honorable County Judges of
Made County. Florida, for approval of
said Final Report and for distribution
and final discharge as Executor of
the estate of the above-named dece-
dent. This 15th dav of Julv, 1971
LUCIEN G. WOODARD. Executor of
the Estate of Helen J. Evre, deed
1014 Seybold Building Miami Florida
331.12 LUCIEN G. WOODARD Attor-
ney 1014 Seybold Building Miami
Florida 33132
7/23-30 8/6-13
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-4112
In RE i:-:.iti of
BERN \I.D UPSCH
De< '
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Pi rsont Ha*
Ing ci.nn- or Demands Against said
Estati .
You an hereby notified and requir-
ed t. prt lift and di I
which you may have against thi ea-
tat. of BERNARD L1P8CHUTZ de-
ceased lali of Montreal. Canada to
thi County Judges ol Dade County,
and file tin same In dupln ate and as
provided In section 733.16, Florida
Statutes, it; their office.- In Ibe Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County, Flo-
rids witi.n. six calendar months from
the time i f th, first publli atli n hereof,
or ihi umi n ill bi bam .i
Dated al Miami, Flotola, this 15th
day of March, a D, 1971
HENRY LEW IS
As Ancillar) Administrator
First publication of this notl
thi id da) "f July, 1971,
RICHARD A- GROSS
Al rnej for
Ancillary Administrator
SO" i. ,n Road,
Miami Bi.. h, Florida
7 i-9-16-21
NOTICE OF
WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
by virtue Of Chapter 678 Florida stat-
utes Annonated (1941) Warehouseman
and Warehouse Receipts wherein ARE
VAN LINES a Florida corporation by
virtue of its warehouse lien has in Its
possession the following described
property:
Used Household i-.....|. as the property
of MR. AND MRS. JOHN WILLIAMS,
whose last known address was 1001
N \V 77th Street, Miami. Florida
and that on the 13th dav of AugUSl
1P71 during the legal hours of sale
mainly between 11:00 forenoon and
2:0ti jp the afternoon at 1131 N \v
24th Avenue. Miami. Florida the un-
dersigned shall offer for sale to the
hichest bidder for cash In hand the
above described property of MR AND
MRS JOHN WILLIAMS
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 23rd
day of July. 1971.
7-23-30
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: The Marriage of:
WILLIAM ELLSWORTH HARRIS,
Husband,
-and-
RUTH 8 HARRIS.
Wit.
TO: WILLIAM ELLSWORTH
HARRIS
tment 2"4
R308 Flower Avenue
Takoma Park. Maryland IO0U
. i ,"'' r, A,'!.E Kit F. It Y NOT IF11:1)
that a Petition for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed naming you as
Respondent and you are required to
serve a py of vnur Answer or other
Pleadings on the Petitioner's Attorney:
\ ROBERT CARLISLE. 299 Alham-
&? Clr'^' vCor"' abl,". Florida
.<.(I34. and the original of any such
Answer or other pleading In the of-
fice of the Clerk of the above stvled
A?' "",-, b,-/re ln' "'" ''V Ol
iofT" '' 9V- If ynu ,a" < do SO,
judgment by default will be taken
hfrt??1 IE?J2L ,he reli In the said Petition.
n1*^ AND ORDERED In
Julv i<.-i""v' FlorMa ,nls "
_,E ,B LEATHERMAN
f lerk of the Circuit Court
Dade County. Floridi
By: HELEN KESSLER
A* Deputy Clerk
7/16-23-30 8/6
Miami
day of
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 71-13845
IN RE: The Marriage of:
,-;V'!;,l,("s- """""id and
Gl MMLD D. ROS. wife
TO: flUNHILD D. ROS
G-Stelnbrdersh 38
331 Helmesdt
West Oermany
,kY.OU .RE "KHEHY NOTIFIED
that a Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you. and you are
hereby required to serve a copy of
your answer or other pleading to the
,. .'J.'?".. nP ,n* Husband's attorney
H5F3FS *JPBR8, whose address ia
j ,7,n Avenue. Miami. Flo-
rida Um, and file the original with
the Clerk of the above styled Court
?n. r b'fn"' 'he 27th day of August!
1S71 or a Default will be entered
against you.
DATED this 21st dav of July. 1971
E_ R LEATHERMAN
Clerk of Circuit Court
,, BT' r oDODMAN
(Circuit Court Seal)
7/23-30 8/6-13
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 71-13706
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In RE Th, Marriage of:
BPIF VN1 \ TAT1 i IR, wife and
u ILFRED TAYI o|{. husband.
T( I VVII FRED TAYLOR
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY notified that
a Petition for Dissolution of Marri-
age has been filed against you and
you are hereby required to serve s
copy of your answer or other plead-
ing- to the Petition on the wife's at-
torney, LESTER RO'M'RS, whose ad-
dress Is I4S4 N W. 17th Avenue, Mi-
ami. Florida .1312.". and file the origi-
nal with the Clerk of the above
styled Court, on or before the 24th
dav of August 1971, .,r Default
w ill be entered against vou.
DATED thi- 19th day of July. 1971.
(Circuit Court .1 \
E H LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court
By: J. J. NEI S< IN
Deputy Clerk
T 23-3H S J.]J
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CASE NO 71-7797
NOTICE OF SUIT
BETTY .1 ALHRITTON.
Plaintiff.
vs.
WILLIAM H. ALRR1TTON.
Defendant.
TO: WILLIAM H Al RRITTON
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY* NOTIFIED
that an action for divorce has been
filed against you. and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your writ-
ten defenses. If anv. to It "on HER-
RERT L HEIKEN. Attorney for
Plaintiff. 1103 Ainslev Ruilding' Mi-
ami. Florida 33132, and file the origi-
nal with the Clerk of the above
stvled Court, on or before August 23.
1971; otherwise, a Judgment mav be
entered against you for the relief
demanded in the Comnlaint
WITNESS mv hand and the seal of
snld fourt on Julv 13, 1971.
(Circuit Court Seall
E R 1 EATHERMAN.
as Clerk of the said Court
By: K M I TMAN
Deputy Cle-k
7/23-30 878-13
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71.2588
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
!.: of
SALLY V POWELL
Dec*
T< All 1 1 ton and All Pi 1 n Hav-
. Ing 1 talma or 1 mai \. 1 Said
Estate:
^' u an hi 1 by nol ified and re-
quli ed ti : em an) 1 1......- and de-
which you may havi
thi .,-. ,.f SALLY V P' <\\ BLL
Bed late of D.ul. County, Flor-
ida in th. County Judgl ol 11 idi
County, and III.- me same in dupli-
cate and as provided In Section 733..
16, Florida Statutes, In theli ol
Hces In the County Courthouse In
Dad( County. Florida, within six
calendar months fn.ni the tune ,.f
the first publication hereof, or the
same win be barn >l
I'ated at Miami. Florida, this 2nd
day of Jut] A D 1971
GENEV1EVE 8CHWENDEL
HARVEY BAXTER
As E.\ecutor8
First publication of this notl
the 9th day of July 1971
RANTER A- FRIEDMAN. ES
By Harvey BAXTER
Attorneys for Estate of
Sail} V Powell
1ST" N.E 163rd Street
North Miami Beach, Florida
7/9-16-23-30
IN THE COLNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 70-1499
IN RE Estati I
\ ERA SNOW
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
N< IT1CE Is hi n bj g ten II
havi filed r -' i
for Dlstribtfrl
.1- Adm 1 ol :' -' :
V'ERA 1' SNOW, dei east I am
on ihi 16th da) of August, I97L win
appl) to Ihi Hi 1 I ibli I 11 IJ Jll
of Dadi County, Floridi I ir approval
ol Bald I nal Reporl and I 1 dfstrll u-
tion and I dlschargi Idi
tratrix ol thi itati ol thi
nami d .' 1 di nl This I Ith da] f
June, 1971.
SARAH V BQl ^RCI \.
Admlnlstt atrlx of 1 ul
V'era 1 H *', di ed
SIDNEY EFRi XW N
\ 11. \
Si: \ nsli i Bull
Miami I :
Ice on
=iJS.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
OF DADE COUNTY.
STATE OF FLORIDA
No. 78805-A
NOTICE OF FINAL REPORT AND
APPLICATION FOR DISCHARGE
n RE: Estate of
IIORRIS I.EVLVE. deceased
TO ALL WHOM it Mav CONCERN;
N'otiei 1- givi 11 that DAVID OAR-
NET, executor of the above stvled
estate, has completed his adminis-
tration and has filed in this court
his final report and application for
discharge. Objections. If anv should
be duly filed with this court After
filing proof of publication showing
that this notice has been published
once a week for four consecutive
we.ks. the matter of approval of the
report, the ordering of distribution
of the estate, including allowance of
Ittomeys fees, and the final dis-
charge of DAVID 'lARNET. as exe-
cutor, will come before the court
/s/ David Garnet
DAVID GARNET
1.AU OFFICES OF
ROBERT W W'LSON
PO. Box 1S5
Clearwater. Florida 33",17
CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE
o/.^EI\EnY,rKHT,FV 'h* copy
?.^.ll al '''''"rge of executor, In-
cluding notice of hearing, copy of
irul 'a,'r"u"'nlt nd petition for" dis-
tribution and discharge, and copv
M..wl- '" ..f "* ot John A.
Sathews. attorney, has been fur-
n,Sn,r 'P e.l'h "' ,ne beneficiaries
named In the petition, by- United
States mall this Julv 9. 1971 ln'
t^,.. '."' Jr,hr' A Mathews
JOHN A MATHEWS. ATTORNEY
7 23-30 S/6-13
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 marriage of
EDWARD LEVINS, Husband,
and BARBARA LEVINE, Wife.
TO: BARBARA LEVINE
n:i Carol l-tne
Toledo, ihn.
You. BARBARA LEVINE, are here-
by notified that a Bill of Complaint
for Divorc. has been filed against
yoil, and you are required to serve
a copy of yur Answer or Pleading
to the Hill of Complaint on the Plain-
tiffs attorney, JOEL i> Rorrish
3833 oak Avenue. Suite IS, Coconut
<:ro\. Elornla 33133 and file th,
Original Answer or Pleading in the
Of the Clerk of the Circuit
Curt an or before the 18th dav ol
August. 1971. If you fail t,, do so,
judgmeni by default will be taken
against you f..r th.- relief demanded
in the Hiii of Complaint
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEW ISM FLORIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami,
j-lonila. this 12th day of July AD.
E II LEATHERMAN. Clerk
< ir.-un Curt. D.ul. County, Florida
By: R M KIS8EE
., Deputy Clerk
1 In uit Court s.ali
JOEL D. ROIIRISH
3833 1 ': k Ave, Sun.- ||
nt Drove, Florida 33,33
Attorney for Plaintiff
7 16-23-30 S/6
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 71-12470
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
MARY XAGY,
Plaintiff,
VI
TIBl lr" XAGT,
Defendant I
Ti iiC' IK XAGY
ME.
1 >iii 1 ew Jer iej
You. Tll >H XAOl
ried ihi :-i-
\"i.I h....... filed agait I you i
you are required I f
your \- or P the Bill
1 < ti.
tome) A 1: P ICZIER, :. .' G< 'LD-
MAN, GOl I STEIN \- P i< *ZIER, 241 1
\v. -t i'.,, let Street, 1 in !"' 1 -:.i
Illi 11 oni inswer
..r Pleadini the Clerk
of th. Clrcuii 1 ir t 01 I efoi -ho
6th da) of August, l71 If you fall to
do so, Judgmeni b) default will le
tak. n ,,i:.i list you for t el de-
matided i" the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall lie published '.nee
each week for four itlve weak!
In THE JEWISH FIjORIDIAN
Done AND ORDERED al .Miami.
Florida, this 29th dav of June AD.
1971.
E H LEATHERMAN clerk
Circuit Court. Dade Coui Florida
By: c p. COPELAND
1 > put] Clerk
(Circuit Court s. al 1
GOLDMAN, GOLDSTEIN sc
PACZIER
241 West Flagler Street
Miami. Florida 33136 1
Attorneys for Plaintiff
Tele: 642-2411
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IN
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 71-13796
in rk.JkC^.8y. publication
In lit: The .Marriage of:
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-2823
(ARTHUR W. PRIMM)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: !-..-. of
ANNA ENOEL
11, east d
To All Creditor- and All Pi rsons Hav-
ling Claims or D, mauds Agalnsl Skid
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to presenl an) claims and de-
mands which you mav 1 mi' against
the estati ( WXA ENGEL de-
ceased late of Dade i'..unt\. Florida,
to the County Judges ol Dade County,
ami file th. same In dupii ite and as
proi id. .1 in Section : 1 it, Florida
Statutes, in their offices .- the Coun-
ty Courthousi in Dad.- County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar months frcm
the time Of the fit-! publli lilill l,,re-
of. or the sain, will I,......1
Dated at Miami, Florid 1 this i;th
day of Julv. A |i 1971
SYLVAN N HOI TZMAN
As Executor
I PUl Itll 11 Of 111.- DOtll v
the |.:th day of Julv |t>?1
GOODMAN HOLTZMAN
Attorneys f..t Executor
11.....'oni oni Bldg Miam Fla,
______,__________________TS-.'.l-M '
NOTICE UNDER "
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREB' uit en that
the undersigned, desir
in busineai ui di r th
Of AAA lIUMl
sails at 151 Kortheasl >th Street.
Miami, Florida Intend 10 res -t.r said
nam. with the -|erk of the Circuit
Courl of Dadi County, F -,
s ui Dl'BIN
i BE Dl 'BIN
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that
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you. and
serve
I ANTO FERNANDEZ
-I". Ditmars Boulevard
-^..s,oria' Xew Tork 1105
a PeVlti^nREf H,REBI noo
a Petition for Dissolution
age has been filed against
you are hereby required t<
f~Hy. "'.^'"iT """" or other plead-
ing to the Petition on the HuslV-ind*.
attorney. LESTER ROGERS vihoas
address is 1454 N W tith \.
Miami. Florida 33,^. and n\.*nffi
Clerk of the above
.". ore "" 2"'1>
^Ss&tiP >-a De,au"
^i", '-KAJHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court
By: It m KISSEE
Deputy Clerk
7--3-30 S/8-13
on
sage
ti i..u- name
RENTAL AND
lorlda
orlinnal with th
styled Court, on
day of August,
_, NOTICE UNDte,
-^.J;ICT'T,ous NAME LAW
NOTICE Ifl HEREBY GIVEN
the undersigned, desiring t
in business under ,,. fl,.t;,
of POPI'IN' COTTAGE
Collins Avenue, '
Hlorida Intends to r. gisl
wjth th- Clerk of th,
Of Dade County. Florida
Bfc ENTERPRISES INC.
R>: Betty Epstein Pre*
that
engage)
us name
'ANDIES at
Miami Reach,
ml 1.nme
' uit Court
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that
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NOnca is HEREBY GrVEN
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>Y Unn?olnfRoadr0n D",P"*-"- ""='
Miami Beach, Florida 3313S
7/-H-2J-J0
IN|TJH.E.COUNTY JUDGES COURT
"tn&SSP ?ADE coun?y.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-2627
MkJT.^N R BLANTON)
r nv-TICE T CREDITORS
In RE E.-tat. ,,f "
PHILIP F POLLACK
Deceasi d
ina^-I.Vm'"""! and A" P*>M Hav.
Estate" "r D*mut* A You are hereby
quired lo pn
" whl'f ISSt"^-----^ -"1
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of Da,1, County. Flor-
notlfi.>d and r,_
any 1 lalms and de-
the estate
deceased late
Florida statutes.
am
It,
In the County
< ounty, Florida
months from the
publication
be barred
Dated
In th.ir offices
ourthouae in Dade
within six calendar
time of the first
hereof, or
the same will
da^ot^v.^ri^r1'' ,h"2n
ANN s. POLLACK
Pi... v., E**cutri\
'* Blscayne Blvo..,
MUM, Fla.
7/9-K-I3-M


f. July 23. 1971
*Jenis> fkridUan
Page 11-B
ISRAEL AND AFRICA
Sensitive Area For
South Africa's Jews
; ntbwt4Tnm I'uu* 8-B
i in* to the new mood, t hi- m>\vrn-
nient made special ariaimeinent.s
to fi Btate the transi. i I m.
(if t funds thus raised.
el's able diplomats in South
Afrt i helped to foster appiv,'. i-
tton Of mutual Interest-, promote
two-way trade. Only a i-uuplc of
weeks ago, a ncwaiTinnunni was
ioed m -terms of which the
treasury would relax currency con-
trol t > the extent ot ten million
rand t enable South Alneaiis to
make capital invrstim tit- in Israel.
Meanwhile, some t him: happened
that h d nothing to do with Israel.
On a barren strip op. South Africa's
i border, two South Afri-
can 1 >licemen were killed and
injured in '. \;>lo.s;on of
a land line plant. >> jwople whom
the >rganiwti'> \ :
Unity-catti JtfreiMlotn fighters," as
the Arabs call pleir guerrillas -iib-
eratiom fijjhtrr i>ut i South
Africa they wei
than their Arab counterparts are
to Iselis.
This was the i>-u-l\round ugainsl
which r. & came from Mew York
that ^K L'.N. Ambassador.
Yos hoah I i ,'!\ to
request ^B the V N. Secretariat
i mCritoaty/t"\t'* to contribute to
the OAU Cum i >m tight-
era, I ^^^Bd Israel's agreement
to make a t he South A:.
mly with the death
African policemen in I
Jne blast caused by :
bdo n fighters." Emo-
^h, Newspapers, those
wi II as those Bupport-'
rnment. condemned the|
tion.
i ;e. Israel was well
served4v :;s Consul General in
South Af>' i lt/hak I'nna. who
Issued a pr tement explaining
the b^^E-ound of international
politics a i.nst which the dona-
tion had !> n made, the tact that
man Hpr countries had already
ont Bd. the tour (current at
the | Jof Israel Foreign Minis-
ter i Eb.in to several African
-tatft ^pr*'-. support against anti-
Isnfj ^V0'1 ''ns due to come
Tfii--hcoming OAU con-
ft"h" statement was fea-
ture* Hply in the press and help-
ed to f3us the il> bate and bring
-own the
Minister Vorster was
asked ^fc- his comment on the
H th i xpl.in it i' ill II.' re-
plied tlH'ii the report of the gift
was eon-'
tries to u md Israel's moti-
vation,^Prema;ns I fact that the
explanat
far n#,iiv concerned, the I <:-
'lonj^^^pot Im' justified, and I
jlgly to express my dis-
with it. I certainly
land how Israel.
h is a terrorist prob-
Ijustify contributing to
oth Bo; Ms-. I do not believe
that Imrtf
will bS any advantage for it-
self."
Ha restrained statement,
and It set the tone for similar re-
straint in | i- bt
als Jn^^Brious newspapers all
ticalof 1
exception.. '.Mitten with a sense
of Pitaed friendship rather than
bitter dem
The^Hlth African Zionist Fed-
^1 Hknd the South African
at
h Boaid of Deputies issued a
Hltcmcnt saying. "The
So fic.-rt Jewish eommunit>
hai Hl difficulty in accepting
ft that a contribution ul-
Bnte'iiptuoos amount has
'ii'tHft ny the
1*H Hhe i >AU for the purpose
"f I Hn:; the so-calli d 'free-
don When Is.' Israel has had
bittat Brience of the operations
Hts and many innocent
Peopki have suffered therefrom.
The South African Jewish com-
rnunity condemns support for ter-
Otism from whatever source and
s confident that the government
f Israel shares this view."
The first sentence was no mere
orm of words. South Africa's
12 MXXJ Jews, the most Zionist-
minded community in the diaspora,
with the highest per capita record
for contributions to Zionist funds,
was astonished by the news and
could scarcely credit that it was
true.
Then the explanations from Is-
rael .started coming In: that the
donation was not made to help
terrorists; that it would not be
made In cash, but in medicines,
blankets, etc. The Deputy Direc-
tor of Israel's Foreign Ministry
Gershon Avne:-, then visiting South
\frica on a lecture tour for the
Israeli United Appeal, said tin
donation was not made in any
soirit oi tcting againsl South
Africa.
"We have at stake our own In-
terests, which are to maintain the
ix'st relationships wc can with the
African states on this continent
We have a similar interest to
maintain our relationships with
South Africa. Sometimes the two
Collide, We cannot help that. Is-
rael has to look around the glob
and win as many friends as is-
sible to withstand the Arab po-
litical attacks," h. declared.
Finally came n statement from
Isn Charge I'Affairs In South
Afric Michael Michael, that the
government of Israel had instruct-
ed him to siat that the donation
was offered to the OAU for lui- ,
manitarian assistance as trans-
mitted in the U.N. Secretarial
note of March '-'.!. 1971, referring
to "supply of food. iHiucation.il
materials medicines, clothes, farm
implements and other essential
needs to the areas liberated from
colonial rule."
Editorial comment in the Jew-
ish papers deprecated the contri-
bution and supported the joint
statement of the Zionist Federa-
tion and the Board of Deputies
Concern was felt by Jewish
leaden alxmt possible effects on
.he Israeli United Appeal cam-
paign, which had already com-
menced with record results. In
the first hectic days, some Jews
spoke ol withholding or canceling
contributions. But it was made
,',.., b> the li adership that wheth-
er oi r ived or disapproved of
actions !>> the government of Is-
rael, this had nothing to do with
the IUA, which existe I to chi
in ibuti ms to the Jewish Agency,
where it wi s used for Immi fr I oi
settlement and absorption
It was specially stressed that,
In tern:- of today's world Jewish
picture, tins meant assistit
many Jews U e mid be got I ul ol
Soviet Russia and Arab lands to
settle in Israel, and that this was
a humanitarian obligation which
follow Jews must shoulder At i;v
time of writing, emotions v i re
cooling in the community and this
appeal was overriding other
considerations.
Singing Teachers Present
12 Young Artists In Concert
The Gold Coast chanter of the
National Association of Teachers ot
Singing will present 12 young
artists in a scholarship concert
Tuesday, July. 27. in the Creative
Arts Theater on the North Onion
of Miam-Dide Junior College.
The singers, supported by a
chorus, were trained by MOTSC
Haithwalte, musical director, and
Irma McDaniel, vocal coach and a
music teacher at the College. They
will present selections from favor-
ite operas.
My Memories Of
Mr. Sam,' Czar Of
The -Spirit World'
' otinued from Page 9-B
U.S. prohibition, an Atlas Com-
pany was created ad-hoc to buy
the Seagram products, first in
Ontario, then in the French-owned
North Atlantic islands of St. Pierre
ind Miquclon wherefrom. under
French labels, the goods went to
the t'.S. consumers.
Between $1.5 and $2 million an
listrib'.ned by the Bronfman*
nmong universities, charities and
cultural institutions every year
Sam Bronfman was made a com-
panion oi the Order of Canada
the highest Canadian Order. whos
membership cannot exceed 150. Hr
had been a member of the Ordei
if St. John of Jerusalem and of
the B'nai B'rith.
A creat baseball fan. he passed
his passion for the came on to his
eldest son Charles, who became
not only an excellent player but
also the owner of the Montreal
Expos. Old "Mr. Sam." woariii"
the Kx|K) cap could be seen until
recent lv watching the Kxoos play-
ing at Jarry Park, weather ner-
mittirT. in the company of Mon
'real Mayo.- Jean Drapoau and
other personalities.
With money provided by the
f'inilv. a real estate corporation
CF.MP 'the initials of his four
children: Charles. Edward. Mina
and Phyllisi holds at present $300
million in various buildinc invest-
nents. The huge corporation lc
administered bv Bronfman's trust-
1 Leo Ko'ber.
The world creates! distiller
'mtod sitting in front of a bar an '
drinking. A little class ot Sea-
cram's V.O. before lunch was
enough, "A whole bottle,'' he said
"you share with your wife: 11
heals a lot ol conjugal troubles."
Sudan Communist?
Experts Think Not
(Coatlnned from I'hko l-B)
and eventually outlawed them,
Al-Atta was one of the alleged
Communists, ousted by Nimeiry
last November when he and oth-
ers objected to plans for Sudan
to join the projected federation
ol Kgypt, Libya and Syria.
In Washington, State Depart-
ment sources indicated a belief
that the coup in Khartoum would
not affect current efforts toward
the n-<>p< ning of the Suez Canal
or alter the larger effort for a
Middle East settlement being
directed by United Nations me-
diator Gunnar V". Jarring. Asked
for an of the coup's
political implications, Depart-
rian Charles Hi ay
- i I H w IS too early for the U S
to evaluate the chance. He re-
i:. Sudan broke diplo-
II ms with Washington
r the 1!,,;" Six-Day War.
w h ive made it clear to the
Sudanese government since then
1 that wi ette i the br -ak and
ire read., t > re-establish rela-
I any time," h< obs rved.
S( tin n' otic als d c
i to predict whether the
. vi Khartoum would give
the Soviet Union an opportunity
to increase its influence in Af-
rica, however.
Foreign Film Benefit To
Aid fine Arts Conservatory
The Fine Arts Conservatory, 327
MW fi2nd St., will be the benefic-
ary of a special performance of
'Investigation of a Citizen Above
Suspicion" the film which wor,
he 1971 Academy Award as the
Kist foreign film of the year
rtiursday, July 29. in the Sunset
Theatre.
Tickets may be purchased from
iny member of the conservatory,
ir by contacting Ruth Greenfield.
Doors will open at 7:.'t0 p.m.: the
urtain time is 8:30. Proceeds will
ie used in teaching the arts to
leserving children oi the area.
'Fiddler' Breaks Record
NEW YORK (JTAl "Fidd '
on the Roof," the American ir -
sical based on the tales of Sholo t
Aleichem, had its 2,845th perfor -
ance Wednesday night maki j
it the longest-lived musical in
Broadway history The ninner-
"Hello Dolly," logged 2.844 p- -
formances. "Fiddler," which w
capitalized at $375,000 has r -
turned a 927'. profit to its Inves-
tors and to producer Harold Prhv
To date, the show has net* i
$6,952,500 and has been seen I J
an estimated 35.5 million perso -
all over the world.
Services Held For
Frances Rosenbaum
Mrs. Franc es S. Rosenbaum, 78
of 2325 Magnolia Rd., Xorlh Mi-
ami, passed away Saturday at
Mount Sinai Hospital.
Tne mothei ol Mrs. Samuel Gart-
ner, wife of Mount Sinai's execu-
tive vice president who also serves
as professor of Hospital Adminis-
tration at the University of Miami
School of Medicine, Mrs. Rosen-
baum came to Miami from her na-
tive New York following the death
of her husband in 1965. She had
been active in the Monteilore Syn-
tgogue, Bronx, N.Y.. and had
servi d as president of its Women's
Auxiliary.
Riverside Alton Road Chapel
was ir charge of local arrang -
nents: funer il services and burial
took place ibLs week in New York
City.
MENCHER
DR. WIIXIAM ll 89, "i '-.'.". Collins
Am-, pawed hwhs Wednesday. He
. i' here i-' yearii nfifo from N.Y
a member ol Tau Kpt-llon Phi fra-
ternity, si.a: ot Mt.Slnal Ho8pltal
in N v B'nal B'Hth, lioard member
ot M|aml Philharmonic Society, Pine
Art* Committee, nrHitu:ii,- fuhs, Claire s. go, 910 Bay tr.
KlverslUe.
GROW, Smiley, 87, 8103 N" Hay B ,
.m.b. Rtvaralde.
JANUh>, -Muliael. 80, IS6I N.BJ. ^ -
.0111 Gardens Dr., N.M.li. RJven
KLINGHOFFER, Joseph, 147" N .
1 -5 th Ter Gordon. Interment
.\. bo.
kruk, Hoiahe, u:t. wx Abhott a- .
AI li. BlaBberg
RITT, 1-noiK G., 57, 2026 NIC. 18t i
St. Riverside. Interment Alt. sii
RUBEN. Itone, 80, 3071
Riverside
SPIEGAL. Sally, 1730
Jl.ll. Newman.
wolfstein, Marnha.
S.W. 1st
J limes A'

r.;-, \
''.'.I r.ini- -
Conn:, and Mrs. Alice Buahnetl
Kenvmston. ld., sister Airs Ruth
landau, K.Y.C*., five Krandehlldren
Rprvlre* wen hald Friday at River-
-id. Ml moia."<"napi'i.
scheck. Samuel, 1591 N.K Mi-
ami Garden* Dr. Riverside.
SAPIR, Teeale, S4. ISM IVen >vc.
At It. ItlVPI-icle.
tulles, Murray, :!. 9J09 Collins
Ave Surf- "I. Riverside.
WALDMAN. Pearl, 71'. ii \ t:. 53nd
Si Riverside.
ENGEL, Rel.eeca, 7t>. 16921 X F-. St*
Ave. I^vltt
FORM AN, Rather Wolls, M, 94M Car-
l\ I, AVe. 1.1 \ ill.
Friedman, Mildred, 78, 883S Byron
Ave M B. Riverside.
Goldman, Ri-ssle, 7s, :i...... Marcos
Or N M.B Riverside.
GOLDSTEIN. Ray, 7S, 1330 S \V. 22nd
T-T Onrdon Interim nt Ml Sinai.
HERZFELD, lulitis. 7.'. 6770 Indian
',, k Hr.. M B. Blasberg
LADDEN. Sadie, s.t. 1S50 James Ave.,
VI B. Illasl
POLLACK, Cl ll li s, 730 Pi
Nvlviinia Ai. ALU lllasbers
PRiCE. Pannb ai >ft. 19490 n i
Avi lllvei
wolis. Esther Forman, 84, 9464 lar-
|\ 1. A> I '
BERGER. t I. 61 100 N W I77ili
Si llla-1'. r.
ESSNER. Max. 7"'. IS54I S 1"
Si I., viu li : Ml Seho
FELD. Sally, 72. 1627 N.K .Miami
riardi i Dr.. N M H Rb erslde
61, 920 x
199th Hi., .s'.M.B. Riverside. Int -
meat Mi. Saiai.
hansley, Harry I.. 7s. f'3:. S. A -
rldlan Ave., M.B. Newman.
Simon. Rose Ai.. 7.".. :,!'" Ocean i
An,oni Beach. Newman,
hvman, Nathan, 7::. ."..". Merid
Ave., AI B. Blasberg.
REINSTEIN. Samuel. 76, 1600 B
Rd. Riverside.
SOBEL, Ethel, 7::. 800 Washlngl .
Ave. Riverside. Interment ML Nel
BASKOW, Ante... 7::. 718 Mlchig
Ave All: Riverside.
BREIT, Wilh.on. m;, I,. KIlTgl Po .
Dr., N.A1.H. Riverside.
CRUM. John A 89, 16040 V K I-
l'l X M.B Riverside
FROSHNEIDER. Pauline, 1404 N
22nd St. Blasbera.
millman. Esther, 40m s. tu.
Dr Ho|ly.....i Blasbera
BLUM. Sol David, 7". Is7"7 N.E
Ave, Riverside.
CARONE. Ilii rdina,
Rd., Al.ll. I(i\ I'm.I..
COOPER, Pi i da, 74.
vanla Ave Riverside.
GOODMAN, Albert, 51, 7"."" Dl L
Blvd., Mlramar. Riverside.
HOROWITZ, loseph, 7'i. 240 Coll
Ave M I'. Riverside
HAZAN. Samuel, 68, 913 Mk-his
Ave At it Riverside
LIBERMAN. Edith. 78, 6930 B?
Ave M.B. Riverside.
MOLJO, Isldnro, ..;. T7e.r. Crespl B
Riverside. Interment AH. Blnal.
SIEGEL. HatTV, 83, 220 Collins A
M.B RJversldt
MALAKOFF. Maurice, 78, It')" it f
Dr Al li. Riverside
SCHNEIDLH, Leon, 77. 3311 S IV.
:,ih Ter. Riverside
SHERMAN. Louts, ">'* N.E l,s7Ur S-.
Lt v in. Inti rmenl Mi. Sinai.
BARISH. Joseph, 77. 716 N W 17-H
Ti > Rivet Hid< Intermi nl Ml Bitt
' BRUCKNER. Nedda, 60, 886 85th S .
AI IE Newman.
CRONER, Jack, 81, ..... Kinfs Point
Dr., N.M.B. Riverside.
FARBER. Abraham I.. 83, 16SS ".
34th St., Sunset Island No. 3.
Newman. Interment Alt. Nebo.
LANGWEILER. Bertha, 78, 1801 Col-
lins Av< Al H. Blasberg.
MINTZ. Joseph, 819 N'.i: 1 till A>-.
ll.illanil.il. Riverside. Interment
Alt. Sinai.
RAKOWITZ, Paul. 71. K Ocean .
Ai II Newman.
SPIEGEL. Larry H 12, *7M N fci
ts:inl si. Kiv erside.
unterbach. Nathan, so. 9!>ni C -
tins Av.. M.B. Riverside
WEISSMAN. Gussie, 7.'., 8860 I
Avi ai B, H verslde. Interment Al .
Nebo.
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TOP U S CHOICE WESTERN __
Fresh Ground Chuck............... 89
FARMER GRAY TOP QUALITY SECOND CUTS g^.
Corned Beef Briskets............. 89c
WESTERN SELECT SKINNED ^^
Sliced Beef Liver 69
DUCKLINGS
59
U.S.D.A.
GRADE A'
FARMER GRAY
QUICK
c FROZEN
LB.
TOP QUALITY LUSC'OUS
Jersey Blueberries Bf 49c
TOP QUALITY
Valencia Juice Oranges 10 59c

Service Stfe/UUp* Vtftt.
PPfTIZERS AVAIlAR.i M STORES ITH SfRVICf
ALL CHEESE AND LUNCH MEMS SLICED TO YOUS
PASTRAMI
69
NEW YORK
STYLE
HALF LB.
SLICED
SAVE 19c ALL DARK MEAT OVEN ROASTED
Rich's Turkey Roll...................lB.99e
SAVE 80c LB. SLICED
Freshly Smoked Lox TbR 69e
GA FLA. GRADE A'FRESH ICED ft
Fryer Breasts with Ribs..........is 69
GA. FLA. GRADE A' FRESH ICED _
Fryer Thighs ............u.t
GAFLA GRADE A' FRESH ICED __
Fryer Drumsticks....................LB 69e
GA FLA GRADE A'FRESH ICED _-
Fryer Whole Legs...................lb 69e
AMERICAN KOSHER
FRANKS i2-oz.pkg
KNOCKS 89
DELICIOUS
QUANTITY RIGHTS RCSERVEO
Mellow Age Cheese Spread 69e
QUARTERS _A
Mrs. Filbert's Margarine 2 59e
GREAT WITH FRANKS' ., mM,
Willy's Sauerkraut...........!S? 2f
TASTY ACTION HERE! SAVE 18 ON 4 CANS!
11111= mm
PERK-UP' ACTION! SAVE UP TO 30 >llli
CUT BEETS
11-OZ. = =
CAN = =
COFFEE
DRIP-ELECTRIC PERK
FOOD FAIR
= ~ REGULAR-DRIP-ELECTRIC PERK
LIMIT 4 CANS. PIEASE WITH OTH(R
PURCHASES Of S7 OR MORE EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
ALL PURPOSE GRIND
FYNE
TASTE
FROZEN
Birds Eye Orange Plus can 55c
CHUN KING FROZEN
5COURSE DINNERS
^ ^ LIMIT ONE AK BTHH BRAND PLEASE WITH OTHER PURCHASIS
FRESH JLSS.......^^
AVA.LABL.E"LY SJHflgOOP D^PT. ,?OD FA,R HAMBURGER OR
SAVE 10c
11-OZ.
PKG
SHRIMP
BEEF
CHICKEN
>NG FRESH SEAFOOD COUNTERS! Hot DOE BUilS
FRESH CUT SKINLESS a BONELESS -------------6
HADDOCK #*#*
FILLET 99
FRESHLY SLICED
LB.
IS! 49'
BONUS SPECIAL!
ALKA SELTZER
Kingfish Steaks lB5Qc
MIAMI BEACH SEAFOOD COUNTERS
CLOSED SATURDAYS
BOTTLE
OF 25
75c
VALUE