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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Miami, Fla
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July 30, 1971

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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
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Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
July 30, 1971

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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' ]rewis]h Floridian
e 44 -- N'uniber 31
Combining THE JEWISH (MY/TIT and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Miami, Florida Friday. July 30, 1971
Price 20 :
rave View Taken Of Sadat Ultimatum
JERUSALEM IJTA> -Official
Israeli c :cles are taking a grave
view ol the latest speech made
by Eg>','tian President Anwar
Sadat to the Arab Socialist
Uniqa i Egypt's only political
prty) i: ("aim .': ,-i;'.'i-l. Mr.
A laid down an ultimatum.
H Israel until tii end of
1171 to meet Egyptian terms for
a settlement.
Although he did not set a spe-
cific deadline, Mr. Sadat coupled
his statement that he would
give the cease-fire only a few
more months unless progress is
made toward a settlement with
a vow that Egypt will 'Sacrifice
millions" In a new war against
Israel.
Government sources indicated
that the prospect of ending the
stalemate seems more remote
than ever. There is no room for
any new Israeli initiative as long
as Egypt insists on a settlement
from which it would be the only
beneficiary, they said.
The impending visit of U.S.
Assistant Secretary of State for
Jewish Sources Deny Press
Reports Exodus Is Halted
K. AVIV (JTA> Press
reports I'-.at So'.:'! authorities
had Ailed a sudden halt to the
^i "exodus" are seriously
n- fork, hitherto regarded as
correct information on
st developments in the
] Union.
iso.irces. which have pre-
provided the Jewish Tel-
(c Agency with accurate
I^^^Paiion. declared that the
by Los Angeles Times
indent Richard Reston.
ed London, and claiming
Wily 180 Jews left the
[ during the first week of
Near Eastern Affairs Joseph J.
Sisco, who is expected in Israel
late this week, was the subject
of considerable discussion in
Sunday's Cabinet meeting, al-
though he is not expected to
bring any message that might
indicate a more positive attitude
on the part of Egypt.
Ambassador Yitzhak Rabin
attended the session and report-
ed on the present status of
Israeli-American relations; For-
eign Minister Abba Eban re-
ported on the latent develop-
ments in Israel's foreign rela-
tions generally.
Mr. Sisco, who was briefed at
the Western White House last
week, is expected to inaugurat;
a new phase of American diplo-
macy described by observers as
"more activist." with the United
States serving as a "prodder" or
"catalyst" rather than simply a
channel of communications be-
tween the two sides.
Mr. Sisco is also expected to
run head-on into Israel's latest
requests for additional Phantom
jet planes and other military
equipment. It is believed that
Washington will wait until his
return before assessing Israel'?
military needs and reaching a
final decision on whether to ac-
cede to her request.
July and that there has been
virtually no movement at all
since then, was incorrect.
Tire article noted that Soviet
authorities had permitted an
average of 1.000 Jews a montth
to leave from March through
June, but that increasing ha-
rassment of those who have re-
quested |>ermission to emigrate
ranging from threats of pros-
ecution to physical beatings and
loss of jobsis being reported.
If the Kremlin maintains this
new posture. Mr. Reston said,
it may signal a fresh crackdown
not only against the Jewish
community, but also against in-
tellectual dissidents and other
persecuted minority groups.
The cases of two men who ap-
plied for visas and were sum-
marily fired from their jobs
as a result were cited as evi-
dence of the Kremlin's policy.
One, a member of the writers'
union, is attempting to earn his
living as a porter; the other, an
economist, is reduced to service
as a postman.
Prices Soar As
Starvation Diet Reported
News Briefs
PHANTOM PURCHASE BEING DISCUSSED
JERUSALEM (JTA) The United States has not yet ap-
proved Israel's application to purchase some 40-odd F-4 Phantom
jets, according to a Foreign Ministry spokesman. The subject -s
still being discussed by the two governments but no decision has
been made. No new aircraft supply contracts have been concluded
with Washington since the end of last year and the last of the
planes under the old contracts have been delivered. Israel is seek-
ing more Phantoms to replace the French-built Mirage jets which
are becoming obsolete.
New Taxes STATE apartment officials testify

^n Soviet Labor Camps Are Imposed
YORK JTA' Five
konvicted last December
first Leningrad trial, and
tvicted in Riga in May
B>< n Interned In a forced
ramp at Potma a town
ktral Mordovia, according
Irmed sources. All seven.
ig Ruth Aleksandrovich,
ear-old nurse who stood
I'.iga. were said to have
fchrce weeks in a prison at
Paiew before being sent to the
Potma i
Tile nine Jews sentenced in
MMaev June M for alleged
WBsMtoviet agitation and com-
b4bBbw In a skyjacking plot were
rafxAed to have been sent to
Map in the >ame region.
Meanwhile, in London, Labor
MPjGr. ville Janner and Dr.
Arnold Bender, a London Uni-
versity nutritionist. eliarn.il
that th< Soviet liuoii is slowly
starvim: Jews and other prison-
era In its "strict regime" labor
camps to death. They likened
the J,2(K)-calorie-per-day diet in
the jfcmps to that provided in
Diamond Grinder-Polisher
itWluped By Technion
k. AVIV (JTA) Two
macbiii' s which are expected to
Optioni/e the diamond pol-
H Industry have been devel-
Kt the Haifa Technion Di-
^B Research Laboratory by
^VYeshaya Yarnitsky of the
H|y of Mechanical Engi-
neettng
HHi the new grinder-polisher,
^iamonds can be handled
^m revolving wheel. A semi-
B worker can supervise
Hi such wheels.
Nazi concentration camps dur-
Ing World War II.
"The purpose is the same." de-
clared Dr. Bender. The aim is
to weaken the mental and phys-
ical health of the inmates and
so destroy their will to live.
Anyone on this diet would suf-
fer abominably after a few days,
and would lose both weight and
vitality Steadily. Beyond a doubt
it represents a deliberate at-
tempt to undermine the health
and stregth of the prisoners."
A sample of the labor camp
fare put on display on the side-
walk outside the Soviet Embas-
sy in London included 14 oz. (a
lull day's ration) of black bread,
one cup of hot water and one
ounce of herring for breakfast;
two-thirds of a cup of cabbage-
potato soup for lunch, and S1 ;-.'>
ounce* of potato, one cup of raw
cabbage and tomato vinagrette
for dinner. No sugar and no fats
were included.
"No civilized country' would
submit prisoners to anything
like it," said Mr. Janner. "Hav-
ing commuted the death sen-
tences after the outcry resulting
from the first Leningrad trial,
the Russians are now condemn-
ing them (the Jewish prisoners)
to slow death by starvation."
The Supreme Court of the
Russian Republic has rejected
an appeal for mitigation of the
prisoners' sentences. They were
not present to hear the verdict,
however; the decision was given
to their attorneys. Only a few
very close relatives and some
"members of the public" who
had been given special passes
were present for the hearing.
The visitors reportedly taunted
the wives of the convicted men
as they left the courtroom.
TEL AVIV (JTA) A ta\
on most types of fuel oil that
went into effect this week has
sent prices soaring from 10'; to
140'; on gasoline, kerosene,
diesel oil and domestic cooking
gas.
Government officials insisted
it was not a tax but a price hike
intended to bring prices in Israel
in line with rising world market
prices. Observers said, however,
that the price rise had been de-
cided by the Cabinet's economic
committee and approved by the
Knesset finance committee but
withheld from the public until
Finance Minister Pinhas Sapir
decided that time was ripe to
announce it.
The new fuel "tax** ha* al-
ready sparked demands for high-
er fare* in taxis and other forms
of transportation. The price of
kerosene has nearly tripled, and
gasoline prices jumped I <> .
The public is waiting to see if
the Israel Electric Corp., largest
single consumer of fuel, raises
its rates. Such a development
could result In higher prices on
almoKt every manufactured ar-
ticle In the country.
In a prepared statement, the
Finance Minister declared that
the government does not con-
template further taxes this year.
He denied that this implies that
new taxes are under considera-
tion for next year. "We have no
plans to raise any taxes before
the end of the current fiscal
year, contrary to all the rumors
and stories in the newspapers,"
said Moshe Neudorfer, director
of internal revenue.
WASHINGTON 'JTA) Two former State Department of-
ficials told the House Subcommittee on National Security Policy
and Scientific Development that the reopening of the Suez Canal
would not be harmful to American interests. William Bundy,
Assistant Secretary of State for the Far East from 1964-69, and
now a visiting professor at the Center for International Studies \.r.
the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, testified that the re-
opening of the Suez Canal, in itself, "would not be adverse t'
U.S. national interest. Phillips Talhot. Assistant Secretary of Stat i
for the Middle East during 19Gl-(i5 and currently president of the
Asia Society in New York, agreed.
NO PROTEST PUNNED
WASHINGTON (JTA) The State Department said that it
would not protest to Soviet authorities regarding police action.*
against two American correspondents on successive days in Moscow.
Inquiries by the Jewish Telegraphic Agency indicated that neither
the Associated Press nor the Tribune planned to lodge protests.
State Department spokesman Charles Bray said that a report on
the incident was received from the U.S. Embassy in Moscow.
BRAZIL BANS "MEIN KAMPF"
SAO PAULO (WNS) Brazil has banned the publication, cir-
culation, distribution and sale of Adolf Hitler's "Mein Kampf" and
ordered all copies of the book seized. The order was issued by
Minister of Justice Alfredo Buzaid because the book "provokes
hatred against the Jewish people." and contains "propaganda
fomenting racial discrimination." Buzaid said "Mein Kampf was
responsible for World War II and opened the way to genocide.
21,000 WORKERS INVOLVED IN STRIKES
JERUSALEM (WNS) A strike by employees of government
hospitals has spread to the Municipal Hospital in Haifa, where
doctors are refusing to work in the out-patient clinics unless they
receive extra pay. In some hospitals employees are performing the
minimum work required to keep them open; 15,000 employees of
the sick-fund administrative and medical auxiliary staffs work
their required hours without a break forcing the clinics and phar-
macies to close by mid-afternoon. With some 21,000 workers
engaged in strikes, stoppages and slowdowns. Labor Minister
Joseph Almogi has proposed bills to curb "illegal strikes."
JAPANESE FOODS MAY BE CERTIFIED
TOYKO (WNS) Japanese produced foods, including cheeses,
vegetable products, sugar-type flavorings and sake, a rice wine,
may soon receive the certification of the Union of Orthodox Jewish
Congregations. Rabbi Yehuda Bukspan of Los Angeles, in charge of
the West Coast kashrut section of the UOJC, has visited Japan to
examine a variety of pixxiucts and submit a report to the UOJC
governing body.


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Friday. July 3Q
RABBI TANfNBAUM ASKS
Intermarriage-Jewish Suicide?
CalHng mixed marriages "acts
"i group suicide," :i leading Amar-
i>- BB r.ibbi asked ;i iwlio audtenra
recently, "How can one justify a
demand to allow Soviet Jews to
lx-rpduate their religious contin-
uity, when mixed marria<*os hew
iiv r, suiting: in 70'i of the chil-
dren be-in.:; lost to the Jewish
community?"
Speaking July 19 On station
WIN'S. New York. Rabbi M ire H.
Tarftabaum. national director of
"the Amctieatl Jewish Committee's
lnterrcligious Affair* Department,
(UsdtBRed the controvcTBia] Issue
of rabbis perfotming mixed marri-
mtc ceremonies.
National Groups
Emphatically Deny
Rabbi's Charges
MEW YORK fWNSl Three ol
the four national Jewish organiza-
tions that had been attacked by a
spokesman [for the Hebrew Day
Schools as giving only lip service
to meeting the financial problems
of the schools, den I the cha go*
and s ,j,i they wer levotins both
time and i nertrj to the pn Mems
mi :l /!:'; sup| o i f ir 'h
i noli llj ailing schools.
Foil iu ing ill- Supi C
nt ; tiling .!-;; -!.,
Rabbi Jos -|mi K iminetsky, nationa'
ol i h Umes r ih, lb
N itional Socii i\ ol il brew 11 -
S- hue.. | | :. \ ..,.;.
Ji ish Co cross, the An
' i Jewish ( tee. the Nat
Council ol .i v h VVomei
B'nai B'rith h .d answe ed his
"urgent pleas" for aid with "papei
; 'ini- s, Xerox e >nirs ol pa
i 'solutions md press releases with|
pal phrases
The AJC m s> th A.ic >m- '
nuttee an 1 the National Council
of Jewish Women denii -1 R
Kaminetskj charges. Thi re was
no comment from B'nai B'rHh.
i The question arose at a recent
I convention of the Central Confer-
; once of American Rabbis -(R"-
Iform'. where retiring president.
Rabbi Roland Gittelson of Boston.
formally pro>x>so B resolution calling mixed marri-
legOi "contrary' to the tradition of
the Jewish religion" and urging
i menftxtra not to officiate at such
ceremonies. The earlier position
; of Reform rabbis, adopted in 1947.
had simply 'discouraged" mixed
I marriages.
Rabbi Tanenhaum said the is-,
sue his become increasingly con- ;
t rovers ial In recent years due to |
the growing rate of intermarriage j
among young, particularly third'
generation, Jews. The April jour-1
nil of the Reform rabbis disclosed, (
'or cxamr>lo. that in I-os Angeles, I
iO'.i of the 1.000 Reform wedding!
Involved a non-Jew.
i-sbtl of these weddrng* were
performed by a few rabbis who
set no si.indinls; th it is. they did
i i>t require1 as do other Reform
.-ii : Ls that the non-Jewish per-
son agree to study Judaism to es-
tablish i Jewish home linked in
some way to the Jewish commun-
ity, and to raise their children as
JeWB. Tanen'num commented.
That failure, he said, risks weak-
ening the Reform struggle lor ac-
ceptance in the State of Israel as
i legitimate Jewish religious al-
ternative to Orthodoxy.
Studies of Intermarriage among
Jews suggests that as many as 20
to 30*;! of the current generation
is married outside the Jewish faith.
Florida Regional ADL Office
Pledges Support To Dade's CRB
The Florida R gtOMl Offlee of the Anti-rVfamatin:-. |
of B'nui B'rith has pledged its support to the Dad,. Count*
Cominunit) Relations Board efforts to achieve an end t fa
cr ninatory membership poMd ol civic and service ,
tin area.
The programmatic and Informational resource, of ,|V.
LeagUfl ire available to the CUB SB they always have been,"
- i William Alper, chairman ol the ADL Regional Board Mr.
Alper complhnented the CRB for Its recent statamont cbuum
fot the leadership of local civic and servtae cMba to act dect
lively t> end discriminator) rnamberahip p act v. against Latin
and blacks.
Mr. Alper i County maintain policies which exclude persons from nvnivr-
ship 'based upon th qu:-locations o' ra background" and noted that among their members are persons
considered t<> )>,- "top leadership" in the community. Ra aKpn aud
Hie hope thai the CRT. would devote a portion of its efforts to
attacking discrimination in those private social clubs.
Weisman Attacked For His
Stand On Emergency Visas
\K\v YORK (WNSi Two Or-
thodox rabies, Bernard A. Poupko.
president ol the Religious Zionists
of America and Abraham Gross,
1 in ol the Rabbinical Alli-
iK e, In rate statements have
ittarkc I I lei man I.. WeiS nan
n denl ol th Zionist Oi ganiza
lion "( America, for urging Con-
Kress to drop proposed 1 : -I it ion
lh would ..Hi', riz<
mergencj visas for Soviet Jews,
eisman h I the
\ ould onl> "dlvi.....
lh demand I
: ael."
Gross i ailed M< Wi s-
man's statement "irresponsible'
oid nt r.ve ol Jewish
opinion." Rnbl <. Poupko called on
l trl h lox md /.: mist organiza-
I i rectify "the harmful ef-
ifoots of the Weisman statement"
by informing Congressmen of theit
I -.pproval of the proposed legisla-
tion.
"It is regrettable, if not sinful,
that an olistacli teing plai I i
the path "I Jews. We are no less
than lhe ZOA about
lhe hi i >i- ol out S >> iet ;''. ethren to
live fun livi iii Isr iel, but theit
I cut itj. in leed th i
il, t ikes precedenc
iver this i
Membership Drive Launched
bj Jack Fr mg,
a, : i i > rship chair n in, Temple Z >n
ng its 1972 membei jh ip
di iv e w ith i series of informal
h ius -'ii Sun I ij
ngs and i g di cocktail |
on Saturday evening, Aug 21
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Page 3*A
Richard Siegel Educational
Director At Temple Sinai
Richard P. Si<'gl has Ix-en ap-
pointed Diirtctor of Kdncation of
nplc Sinai, the only Reform
congregation serving northern
Dado County according to Law-
rence Zirn. the synagogue's presi-
dent.
Mr. Siegel, i graduate of the
University of Miami and a Yeshlva
University scholarship recipient
hlso attenderl Hebrew Union Col-
IsgB-Jewish Institute of Religion.
He eom' to his new |>osi1ion with
S wealth ol administrative, teach-
ing and youth group experience,
having served in various congrega-
tions in Miami and (Cincinnati.
Mr. Siegel's last position was
; Director of Educat'on and Yintl
We pay *"*< prloc in U.8.A. $ t'>r
your B8TATB, HOUSE or LAND
In isitAKt. Write: Fortal [nveat-
mem Ltd., 3t Wilmington Ave
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phone ifea 416 U6-1S71 afu-r ii.m
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In boffc Atlanta, Georgia, and also
the greater Washington-Baltimore
area working with lodges in all
aspects ol administration. II in-
terested in an exciting challenge
with a last growing District, send
profile to Arnold Ellison, 805
Peach tree Street, N.E., No. 501,
Atlanta, Georgia 30308.
Activities ol Temple Emanu-Kl of
''iir.it'r Fort Laudeidale. During
I the .summer of 1970, lie was assist-
ant program director for Camp
Coleman in Cleveland, Ga., tlv
Reform Jewish Camp-Institute
which serves the southeastern
United States and the Bahama Is-
lands. In that capacity, Mr. Siosel
was responsible for the daily edu-
cational anil recreational content
of the camp program.
A former research and legisla-
tive aide to Congressman Sam M.
Gibbons ID.-Flai. Mr. Siegel has
also served as a faculty member
and nuest lecturer at numerous
Southeast Federation of Temple
Youth (S.E.F.T.Y.) conclaves, con-
ventions and camp retreats and as
a United Synagogue Youth
advisor. He also holds membership
and office in several professional,
civic and social organisations, in-
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Volume 44
8 AB 5731
Number 31
MATTER OF FACT
by JOSEPH ALSOP
\VrWHKGTCr?*>-~ President
Nixon's immense forward itep
with the Chinese Communists
can only be called a bright silver
could with a very black lining.
Fortunately, the black lining
dots not concern the United
States, at least immediately.
The President has been both
shrewd and wise.
But the black cloud is there.
nonc-tha*-*!*. rrthPtBrm of
fear in Peking. What has hap-
pened is clear proof, in fact,
that Chinese Communist lead-
ers like Chou Kn-lai are now
deeply, viscerally alarmed by
the ever-mounting Soviet mili-
tary buildup on China's north-
ern frontier.
FAILURE to forsee this So-
buildup's impact on Pi king.
Danger Grows Greater
The steady, persisting flow of Soviet arms to the
Arab states must be a matter of continuing concern for
those who have hopes of eventual peace in the Middle
East. We know that the United States has long been
pledged to keep a decent balance of power in the area and
we believe it will keep that pledge.
But an insane arms race obviously is not the answer
to the problems thai exist between Israel and the Arab
states and it is hoped that as the major powers move
toward talks of peace this will be acknowledged. Surely
the Russians recognize that, despite pressure on Israel to
be reasonable in negotiating, the United States will not
be a party to any settlement that would compromise Israel's
legitimate security interests. And no settlement is in sight
when Egypt keeps changing its demands, not the least of
which is the unreasonable one of a strong military force
once more in the Sinai.
Diplomats, however, today see the Egyptians as less a
threat than the Russians to Israel and world peace. The
Soviets continue to strengthen their involvement in the
defense of the Nile Valley with an estimated 200 Russian
pilots now flying out of Egyptian airfields. Should the
present stalemate in negotiations continue much longer,
the danger of hostilities that would involve the Russians
and then the United States grows greater. The possibility
of such a confrontation may make the Soviets pause as
they see where their present policy is leading.
Tisha B'Av A Day Of Mourning
Jews throughout the world will observe the fast day
of Tisha B'Av beginning Saturday evening and continu-
ing through Sunday as the destruction of the first Temple
in Jerusalem by the Babylonians is commemorated. His-
torically, the destruction of the second Temple by the
Romans some 650 years later, is also marked on this day
of mourning.
Since the Six-Day War in 1967, when Israel regained
possession of the Old City of Jerusalem and the Western
Wailing) Wall of the Temple, this once-neglected day of
fasting has taken on a new dimension as the love for the
people Israel is expressed as was the ancient custom.
Following Tisha B'Av. which has been preceded by
the traditional three-week period that forbade celebration,
the Jew turns to the message of hope inspired by tne 40th
Chapter of Isaiah and begins preparation for the High Holy
Days some six weeks hence.
Tourism Significant Factor
The year of cease-fire has brought not only peace to
Israel but a tremendous influx of tourists 37% greater
than last year.
Many Miamians have become aware of this they
are among the nearly 80,000 prospective foreign visitors
who have been reguested to stay home for the next months
because there is no hotel space for them. Discouraginq as
this may be for many who had planned their vacations,
the Ministry of Tourism is to be commended for making a
difficult decision. The alternative, it was pointed out, would
have been chaos and unhappy visitors.
The steadily growing flow of tourists is one of Israel's
most important sources of foreign currency. But beyond
that, tourism is a significant political factor, (as we interpret
the figures given out) since almost half those who pouring
into Israel this year are non-Jews, many of them young
people from Scandinavia, the Netherlands and West Ger-
many. Those who have encountered these youth recognize
their great interest in what is taking place in Israel and the
influence they may later have on their governments.
While it may not be for most American tourists and
Ihey make up 38% of the total so-called "popular tour-
ism" is one approach to the hotel room problem. "Popular
tourism" camping out in the Sinai and Negev in tents
and sleeping bags provides an identification with the
Israel pioneers that none of the Hiltons or Sheratons can.
-OTA

*i***7n turn made pe**vt loots
ot a lot of people. Dr. John K.
Fairbank and his ilk, t..r exam,
pic have recently been | adinj
an unceasing chorus. They have
been intoning that the United
States really had to (lush For-
mosa down thv drain In ,. r
to have good relation* with the
Chinese mainland.
The more left
oats, always eager I
any American ally.
punctuated the Fail ankian
chorus with many ,
hallelujah:" Until a ..,
moreover relatio .,
Chinese Communist n ,;
.
United States continue I .
i with the '

YET THE President wa
to say, "n Thursday night
'. >n in seeking a new
tionship with the Pa
public of China will n I
the expi nsi of our old t:
No one at all had f
this kind of early result
IT W\s suggested lr.
(or i sample,
Chinese might make t
in 1972. But all sup
Chinese would wail tor a
halt year, at a minii:.
wtv sher the Pn t
would give way to th.
bankian chorus, fhst if
the P. i tidi nt was tellii
truth about 'our old f:
the Chinese have civ. y
im without delay or h
it i* precisely this that
the lining "f the silver i
: ry t lack. It means th
t "ii::> Communist
Continued on Page 1S-A

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SPECIAL NEWS ANALYSIS
Bv Francois (habert
RABAT. Morocco iJTA i In
the Arab world some people
were rather in a hurry to bury
me. Others waited ." Those
wi re King Hassan's first com-
ment.* on Sunday evening, less
than 24 hours after he had
narrow!) escaped the assassins'
bullets, first by hiding in the
palace lavatories and then by-
being made to lie down by his
closest companions, with his
hands behind hi.-; head, while they
were killed or turm '. against
him.
Therefore Hassan, never
known as ., forgiving pi rson, is
not liable to forget quickly who,
among tin Arab k adV
to be his staunch (rii
avowed enemies >n the
to Sei It 'A the
tide would turn Among his
Is. un'i ii
Hussein >f Jordan. Nol
Kpl -- ll once hi- -
for th M roccan king I it in
Sunday morning he :an
i'. b it t.\ :::_ hit Own 'ft
WHILE his Bedu n> wi
more battering the Palestinian
guerrillas around Amman and
Jerash, h<- waa in Morocco, we ir-
ing khaki fatigues, standing he-
hind Hassan II Thus he
' 'he funerals of th.
victims, and thus he was
cene of th.
when the blood waa
on the (loon and the
devasted palace.
Well ii ... p.
bal s iy that Hussein, an
kno.'.
has out h
Ma fellow king to laun. I
that
the r.t.i e Moroccan
corps must have he-n "con-
taminated" by the plotter.
Rl mors. :.:- ,i present In
the Moroccan capital, ever.
it that Hussein offered his :
tlu services of the hst intel-
ligence organization in the world,
the Israeli Shin Beit.' m order
to help prevent an) renewed at-
tempt to overthrow his throne
The itor) does not aa) what
l lass in'i answi : was
S< cond in lir-
staunchest friends is Habib
Bourguiba, Jr ol Tunl
nt at th cele-
brati is said to
I the king a li(< b) tl
eh landed

I and t
ither link in |
f M i
MOOT diplomats her. b>
as of would
Col. Houa i Bourne-
I ria rush ng to Ra
f'" I Co V :i OU, or
A-ould hav.
I -aderahip ot the ju
that possiM .- .
the :
the Army n
intervention bj
rmed fore,, indsubseq
th.' annasnoot ;,. ,, ..
puted southern hot :
.,.
: g
dienne was wii
th. coup and
to rongi itulat th. Moro
th tongue
m cheek, on hi* wrn-w*
Uons betwe. n
Morocco and Algeria m
wardly cloudless h
may i>e the reservation*
leadership both In Rabat
. v as far as the (ui
concerned
TIIIMiS are not q
smooth .is that with Egypt
exceedingly cordial, pel
between th. CAR and M
h ive now further del
Pn sident Anwar Sada)
envoy, Assan El Kl
cook his he. Ls for twi I
the P. i >it Hilton i
iH-ing granted
pnee by Hassan in oi ''
unit a message
i ister Among the i d
ive been dla
eting rather ll
the Cairo m wrap ',:

i the fall oi
monarch) the rush b)
liana and Palestii iat
M iroccan Embaas) in I'
1 ll visas to COmC I
Insurgents; and i
Libya's enthualaam for
volt
illy (or the I
the net ting up ol
Ke ler ition, Cairo > ,.
aponslhle 'or the it I
its kinlor partner u
KplanajtJDna durtns
Matruh talks beawi
Khaddafl probably
the mew er ated b) th
the l.ihvan hint.. I
armed help' to "oV I
...." Thus Hiiaan -
of ,ui early Arab Summit ii
Kiers which already *
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7% 18 Week In History...
o Venn An Thti Week: wsi
N izis demanded the ro-
ot' ''\!SJ| dijjlyix^UibL*-'"1"
hospitals.
lli.-
oval
ptoyt i fi om German
Julius RosenwakL whose $50
i .iiliori in philanthropic projects
i u-lud i the RosenwaM Library in
Luxor, Egypt, gave Si million for
<. childrvn's dental clinic in Berlin.
Nazi Reichstag member M. Ley
called Jews "economic parasites,
vampires and attackers of Chris-
tian women" who "use Christian
L'lood not only for ritual purposes
but also for their own racial pres-
ervation."
Jacob Goldschmidt, who rose
from office boy to "wizard banker
of Germany," cave up nearly $8.75
million in shares to enable the
troubl'Kl Darmstacdter und Na-
tional Bank to reopen.
Lewis Milestone, one.' a peniless
bnmigraat from Kishinev, was
named America's top film director
of 1930-31 in a cities' poll for
"All Quiet hi the Western Front"
nd "The Front Page," winning
. 52 of thi tes.
Nazi editor Wolfgang Bergeman
was sent' tic d to two months for
my ii: writing "Jehovah is
not God bul a businessman."
Professor Emil Warburg', physi-
-t and father of hotanist Otto
'anburg, died near Bayreuth. He
.. bs 8S
Bechor Chajim Rejeranu. Chief1
Rabbi of Turkey for eight years. |
< ietl in Istanbul at 75.
suspended for three days for urg-
ing the assassinations of Lion
Rsttchtwanger, Heinrich Mann.
AruuU Zwcis>..Altretl rKriHi ait4
other German Jewish writers,
10 Veiirs AsjS This Waefei 1JMJ1
Egypt inaugurated a 2,000 kilo-
wait atomic reactor built with So-
viet aid "for peaceful purposes."
"Hitler's Second Book." the pre-
viously secret sequel to "Metal
Kamp:t." was a slow seller in
Munich.
David Kdward Goitein. Israeli
Supreme Court Justice and former
Minister to the U.S.. died in Jeru-
salem at the age of HO.
Israel absorbed its one-millionth
immigrant from 79 countries in 13
years; 450.000 came from Europe,
280.C00 from Asia and 250.000
from Africa.
A London Jewish family sued
Egypt tor 133.6 million for ex-
propriation of properties during
the 1965 .Sac/ campaign.
An Arlington County IVa.l
Board member advised Culm,'
Lincoln Rockwell of the American
Nazi Party to "disband this or-
ganization and crawl back into
the holes where you belong."
The National Catholic Welfare
The Nazi paper in BdrUn was
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"Politics Versus Good Planning
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b:30 p.m.
Panelists will be Mrs. Rose Gor-
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and vice president of the South I
Florida Chapter of the Florida'
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and Charles I,. Crumptoa. assistant
director of the Dado County Plan-
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Miami Herald editorial writer
Fred Sherman, the media guest,
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Persons wishing to direct ques-
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Lindsey Hopkins Building.
If you're rich
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why aren't we
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Charlotte Horn, JE 2-2561.
Conference stated: "Far
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Jews under Nazi Germany, the
Catholic Church took a strong
part against such act-s. Catholic
groups were among the lew agen-
cies thai opposed the Nazis' ef-
forts to exterminate Jews."
The Fichmann trial was rx>st-
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the Illness of Justice Binyamin
HialevL
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JWV
Regular
Posl 681 To Meet On Sunday
month)} meetings will
i bj Hialeah-Miami Springs
Post 681 Jewish War Veterans
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5, at 9:30 am. 1'h" group, which
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State Department Commander,
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month.
Mr. Bluesten was elected at the
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Burton Goldberg Head
Of 'Operation Israel'
Op.THf.on Israel. : sortes of 11
h.ah-lcv.l missions to Israel, will
be conducted this fall and winter
BOSTON GOlOBfRG
to afford supporters <>i the Greater
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Burton Goldberg ha- accepted
p ('!>' ration Is-
* M i d, Milton W iss.
inno .
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Ml] !* limited to couples, ono will
be solely for physicians and their
Wives, another 10-day trip will be
tor women only and. still another
i'>r students. Five seven-day mis-
sions lor men also will be hold.
"Operation Israel missions pro-
vWe an unmatched opportunity
for us to see how we have helped
the people of Israel in the past and
what must still be done." Mr.
Goldberg d>-elared.
The dates for the torthCOming
Operation Israel missions are: Nov.
14-24. couples; Nov. 2S-Doc. 5.
men: Dec. 5-15. physicians and
wives; Dee. 12-19. men; Dec. 19-
29. students; Jan. 9-19. couples:
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eouptes: Feb. 6-13, men; and Feb.
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its to the Bet Shean Valley, the
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m see first-hand how they an
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American Tourists Forced To Leave Before Tour's End
The center for the training and
professional advancement of ex-
perienced adults announced this
week by the University of Miami
will be- financed by a grant of $3
million from the James L. Knight
Charitable Trust founded by Mr.
Knight, chairman of the board and
chief executive officer of Knight
Newspapers. Inc. The building will
be named the James L. Knight
Center for Continuing Education.
"Wo hear much about the vital
need for communicating useful in-
formation." university president
Henry King Stanford said. "It is
most appropriate that Mr. Knight,
long a loader in communications,
i-hould make possible the spread of
1 elpful information and Inspira-
tion through this Center. Each
\ r we have had more than 100
< itinuing ducat ion projects. They
have been offered at scattered Jo-
< ttions and in many inferior fa-
< titles Now they will have their
own center and the equipment
SPECIAL NEWS
ANALYSIS
t'on't. from Page 4-A
lically doomed, due to the light-
ing in Jordan now was dealt
a further blow. At the same time,
Moroccan police happily arrested
a few political opponents who
had sought "political asylum"
in the Libyan Embassy in Rabat.
meanwhile ransacking the Lib-
yan offices.
AFTER what one diplomat in
Rabat called "the birthday party
to end ail birthday parties," the
"Little Summit" of Egypt. Libya.
Syria and Sudan expressed shock
at the summary executions of
the rebel army leaders. This
united stand was due more to
the renewed round of fisrhting
against the Palestinians in Jor-
dan than to any measure of real
unity inside the "Federation" or
ernons its close partners. Even
Jess did one hear, cominc from
Damascus. Khartoum or Tripoli.
a voice proclaiming adherence to
the basic riqhts of man. or to
diplomatic usage.
The 20.000 Jews still remain-
ing in Morocco did. of e
take no more part in the hap-
penings than the rest of the civil
population of this country. Cen-
trally speaking, they see these
< nta as a showdown between
rival factions, inside the armd
forces, although in the days fol-
: c the putsch some leaflets
denouncing "Zionism" were cic-
< ttea.
UNLIKE other Arab leaders.
th< king and his advisers did at
no time accuse the "Is-:. -\-
fcetr" of having participated in
dark conspiracies against peace
and thp realm. There is little
doubt, of course, th;tt a new and
tantly "pro lican regime, seeking an align-
-it with the other progressive
governn rots of the Aral) world,
1 have taken a more mili-
tant Stan agal brae]
although most Army leaden
tn ined by the French as they
are. have no more militant feel-
ingfi (in the Palestine issue than
the king they tried to over-
throw.
As for the near future, it is
1o be expected that the Mon-
archy will be too busy at hou-w-
c:eaning to give too much
thought to Middle Eastern prob-
lems. Thus, the aborted coup will
t least have the effect of leav-
ing Morocco, even more than be-
fore, outside the main current of
Arab hostility to the Jewish
state.
which this work deserves."
The Center which will be on the
southwest portion of the univer-
sity's Coral. Gables campus front-
ing on U.S. 1. will contain con-
ference rooms, an amphitheater
umuojrpne jcos-oOi) 8 oul ""!!'
study rooms, and administrative
offices for staffs conducting semi-
nars, coordinated by the Univer-
sity's Division of Continuing Edu-
cation. Equipment will include
closed circuit television so advanc-
ed work can be demonstrated to
WASHINGTON (WNS)
American correspondents James
Yuenger of the Chicago Tribune
and James Pieport ot the Asso-
ciated Press reported from Mos-
cow that they had been harassed
by Soviet police while talking
to Soviet Jews.
Yuenger said that on July 21,
he and the man he was talking
to were arrested and taken to
police headquarters. Yuenger
was released after 10 minutes.
Pieport reported that on July
19, while talking to a Jew on
Gorky Street, the police broke
up the conversation and led the
man away. Pieport was told the
incident w8 none of h's business.
That same week, two Ameri-
can tourists were forced to leave
the Soviet Union before the end
of their 22-day tour after being
accused of "anti-Soviet" activi-
ties. Irving Silvei-man. 51. <>f
Roslyn. N.Y.. publisher of "The
Knitting Times" and Leonard
Shustir. ."*5. a businessman from
Wlnnwood, Pa., were charged
with Involvement with Soviet
citizens and the distribution of
anti-Soviet literature." They de-
nied the chargi s.
\Ye admit speaking with So-
\;(t citizens. Jews and non-
Jewa alike," SUverman said.
"Riti :t wps w tinh? :>t the in-
sistence of those people them-
selves who wanted to know more
about the United States."
Jewish Labor Committee
Showing Three Free Films
As a public service, the Jewish
I.nb"r Committee is showing threo
films in its recreation room ;.t
1141 Nautilus Dr. i northeast of tlv
intersection of Alton and Arthur
Godfrey Roads1 Thursday. Aug 5,
,it H:30 p.m. The films art Thp
DM," "Unusu-il World of Florida"
and a Sept.. 1^51 BBWSreeL The
public is invited: theiv i< no a-'-
mlAainn ehirpv.
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Friday. July 30. 1971
*Jewisti fkrkMian
Page 9-A
American Expert Has Solut
For Israel's Housing Probl
ion
em
By BORIS SMOLAR
(C) 1371 Juwi.vh Tl*KrarhJc Agency
JERL'SALKM Losing no time,
the reconstituted Jewish Agency
invigorated by the inclusion o[
American Jewish leadership Into
I.- governing and i>olicy making
Unties has embarked now on
e new program which will greatly
contribute to the solution of the
rust pressing problem in Israel
deteriorated and should have been
razed and replaced.
Then, there are also over 200,000
families 30<* of the national
total who live in conditions oi
three or more per room. These in-
elude the so-called "Black Pan-
thers' ln Israel which consist of
feephardic Jews. Their housing
conditions have been deplored by
11 in Israel, including the govern-
the rousing problem. Heading' " this new effort is Jack D. Weiler,
one of America's top Jewish lead-
i rs and one of the greatest build-
ing experts in the United Si iti i
Added to the housing problem
In these categories is the problem
>' preparing housing for new im-
nts. especially those from the
It is (he know-how of Mr. Weiler Sl,vi''t Union who turn out to be
butzim can use them.
Mr. Weiler, whose plan caught
fire when it was presented at the
Founding Assembly of the recon-
stituted Jewish Agency, and arous-
ed great interest among the peo-
ple in Israel has thus emerged in
Israel as a figure of hope for all
those who are in need of dwellings
as well as for the Jewish Agency
( on tinned on Pag* 13-A
Rabin, Avriel To Address ZOA's
National Convention In Pittsburgh
. i
Yitzhak Rabin. Israel's Ambas-
sador to the United States, and
Ehud Avriel. chairman of the Zion-
ist Actions Committee of the World
Zionist Organization, have ac-
cepted invitations to address the
~4th national convention of the
Zionist Organization of America
this September in Pittsburgh. Pa.
Ambassador Rabin will be guest
of honor and principal speaker at
the Convention's closing banquet
Sunday evening. Sept. 5. Mr.
Avriel will participate in nn Oneg
urday afternoon, Sept. 4.
More than 1.000 delegates from
!SOA Regions and Districts in th^
country will attend the four-day
series of meetings and workshop*
opening Sept. 2. Addresses by ZOA
leaden and American and Israeli
political personalities on the Mid-
dle East and Soviet Jewry, will be-
included, besides intensive session*
public affairs, youth, Jewish
world Zionist
ongoing ZOA
on
education, aliyah,
affairs and other
w ho has now become one of
the American members of the
Jewish Agency thai Imp i -
hope in Israel that there soon will
b i basic improvement in the
i islng situation. After the war
i ibk m. th> housing problem Is
a very useful element in Israel be-I
cause of their skills, professions
.n.l higher education. With UM
mticlpated arrival in Israel this
>l about 50.000 immigrants
rom various lands, an estimated
15,00 I housing units must be found
nosl In the minds ol tsrai I '"' "v:" 1,y ,!"' Jtwsl1 Agency.
The system In Israel mak.s m "M: w' :!"r well-known in the
practically impossible for anyom '''", s',!,< for h:s leadership
to rent a house. Rentals often n l nited Jewih Appeal and
reach as much as m-, of the av- ,n 'h'' Jo|^, retribution Commit-
trage monthly salary. And tin '," and '""l,V(i '" Israel for his
<,..t of buying an apartment .- '"', "''-<' the country's wel-
similarly prohibitive. It costs about ',':''',, ha? now ,,,k,'n u,>on nis
eight times the annual income of *OUIdors the heavy task of help-
the average Israeli family to ac- 'n*frae' s've "* critical housing
ea home. problem.
A leading member ot the re-
in the United States, homes
' n.Tally cost about three times
annual earnings. And mortgages
tstef to obtain in the Unite.!
States than in Israel. The interest
in the U.S. is perhaps one-
t'lir.i of what the banks In Israel
ge.
Suffering from this situation are
: .img Israelis who come out
constituted Jewish Agency, he has
C rme up with a project which will
provide Israel with thousands of
ready built "homes on wheels'
furnished, pleasant to live in. mov-
able from pi ice to place. The own-
er of such a home will be able t i
,n the area where he works
ind to move later with his apart-
Iment to any other locality where
ol :r. Iiiary service and wan. to K -I he m ,% !ind betu.r working
married. They cant aiford to buy
;.n apartment, not even rent one
There is currently a list of 6.500
couples waiting for public housing
I lom
In the I'nited States, where peo-
| p',< move from city to city and
I rrorn job to job. quite a large part
j.ad this figure is increasing at rhej .
i ate of 300 couples per month.
igM is thus made practically
rpoasible for young people In
Israel, despite the fad that the
Israel government wants to see
' ore and more younger people
married because their children
born of Sabra parents will po-
tentially constitute the in-t ele-
ment of the population.
the population in the smaller
towns live in such "homes on
wheels." They enjoy living in
(hem. They don't feel chained to
place of residence since
they
with
ny
; ran always take their horn,
them.
The houses are prefabricated.
' sturdy and lore-lasting with all
| the conveniences that a modern
home requires. For Israel where
liar is the situation of some: there i- plenty of empty spaces
families approximately I but where housing construction
10'-, of the population who live meets with great difficulties and is
r houses "I substandard quality, highly expensive such "homes
I lilt hastily in the early daw ol on wheels may be just the thing
Ihi statehood. These houses have I the country needs. Even the kib-
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Friday. July 30. 1971
U I i..i.-l. ...
Jl% t\,abbi ^^pcalta J'fOfn
--i
A Promise Fulfilled
By) RABBI B. TABAt'HNIKOFK, the reluctance oi' the Jewish Deo-
TmhiiiIi- Israel, <;re:iter -Miami ile lo accept Moses' leadership.
The fifth bo.sk of the Tolah I Here again, the historical cycle
opens with a recapitulation of the is repeated. Too often we an guilty
events leading to the arrival in ol refusing to accept our heritage,
Promised Land.jour obligation to follow a moral
.Moses eom- '""' ethioal standard, our respon-
ments on the Isibillty to act out of the convic-
growth of the
multitude who
Question
Box
tKeliqious *^<
ld
ervices
left Egypt, say-
ing: "... Lord
y Mir God hath
multiplied you.
and. behold, ye
are this day as
the stars of
heaven for mul-
Robbi TabachnikoH tltude."
This reference
recalls the promise to Abraham
recorded in Genesis 15:5 and re-
iterated in Genesis 22:17. .Moses
comment Ls an observation of a
promise fulfilled and the possibil-
ity of prosperity even in the face
of overwhelming odds.
Yet. in it.self, numbers mean
little. Repeatedly we read Of ac-
counts in which the children o!
Israel were outnumbered by ene-
mies but triumphed. Constantly we
are reminded that s lecess depends
upon loyalty to God and His
i idential care.
In our own time we have re-
d this ancient lesson. We have
witnessed the rebirth ol the State
of Israel against all conceivable
odds Everj I ij e the survival
s/th of a ible Jew ish
pl<'. Although surr itinde 1 and out'
numbered, thi | maneu-
I n tlj unten
: : (till ] Lists
spers. Isra 1 grows at
cc f Jew .sh inspira-
tion :md industrial progress.
the dpscriptii >n ol our ancestors
"i s rhe stars ol heavi n" can be
understood as more than i refer-
ence to population growth. It Is a
simile that compares the Jewish
rile to a source of light, a bea-
in the night, an object of ad-
miration and beauty, But if we are
to be a light unto the nations we
musl first recogn ze our roots, our
convictions, our commitments.
The .
Ls replete with ol th .
ith. [here are many
tions of our Jewish faith.
We must look inwardly.
evaluate oar life style. Only then
can ,\e bring to fruition the bless-
ing ol Moses: "The Lord, the Goi
of your fathers, make you a thou-
sand times so many more as ye
are. bless you, as He hath promised
you."
By RABBI SAMUEL J. POX
(C). Jewish Telcxraphlo A*ncy, Inc.
What is the origin and signtfi-
flMTfi ol the Hi\-pinte<1 star as a
; Jewish symbol.
There has been much peculation
regarding this subject. The first
occurrence of this symbol seems
and '" n:iVl' PPCored during the period
Ci the late Monarchy in o00 B.CE.
on the seal of Joshua Ben Asaiah.
It appears in the second century
again on a frieze In the synagogue
of Capernaum. It appears together
with a five-pointed star in the
ruins of the old synagogue in
Salilci.
Dude Commission Urged To
Subsidize Seniors' Fares
All the above seem to l>e dec-
orations rather than symbols of
any special meaning. The Christian
Dr. Charles Bcl>ci\ president of churches of the Early Middle Ages
the Greater Miami Chapter ol the American Jewish Committee, has a decoration very frequently,
addressed a letter to the Bade
County Commission strongly urg- j
ing that body to subsidize bus
fares for senior citizens, following
the example of such cities as r. s-
ton, New York City. Chicago and
Los Angeles, which have thus dem-
onstrated their concern for the:
problems oi their aged,
"Manv of our senior citiz ns,"
Dr. Beber s lid, "have been bavin?,
to USI th- Ir food money for trans-
portation in order to secure health
sen io -. ibl lin S icial Security
! and socii I
ti -
Some scholars seem to have
traced it back to Rabbi Akivah,
but their theory has since been
disprove n. Others have tried to
relate it to the Kabballah of the
Zohar and also of Rabbi Luria, but
the evidence is too sparse to to
substantiated.
A H A V A T SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. 995 SW 7th Ave. Orthodox
Cantor Aron Sen Aron. 1 -
ANSHE EMEST-MSS SW 19th Avr
Conservative. Cantor Sol Paxowitz 2
BETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. Ken-
dall Dr. S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Michael
Kyrr 3
BETH DAVID. 2626 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau
Cantor William W. Lipton 4
Saturday n am 7::i" Mlneha followed
bj Rpevlal Ttataa B'Ai service own-
i|.\ ^ in
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox. 5
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional Rabbi Mi<
Shapiro. Cantor Ben Dickaon 6
BETH TOV (Temple). MM SW 8th
St. Conaervative Rabbi Simon
April, Cantor Seymour Hinkea 8
ISRAEL (Temple) OF GREATER
Miami. 137 NE 19th Street. Reform
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. 10
ISRAELITE CENTEH. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L. .
Drann. Cantor Nathan Parnass. 11
OR OLOM (Temple) 8755 SW '6th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph
Glixman.
II
Happenings
l.i onard Kaplan, a !
with Gn it
Re Ity, tn l ni' ml
.: B i nd of Reall cur-
rently ittending the v
'..'Ti Ri .. ors Institute, :. edu-
lion im In i u
sponsored by the Florida Asso-
i >: Realtors in Orlando.
Marvin Sails, CLU, of the
John Hancock Life Insurance
Company, has returned Irom a
12-day visit t > his home office at
Bostoi M- sc Mr. Z iHs, who has
been with the company for 15
ted to attend a
technical workshop consisting of
ad\ at hi ield of es-
im-i '. individual
pension, profit sharing trusts.
chapters n -- insurance and stock
of "h'eh describe redemptions.
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SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Devorim
These are the words which Moses spoke unto all Israel be-
yond the Jordan in the wilderness .' (Chapters 1-11 221
HISTORICAL RETROSPECT: In the eleventh monthof the
40th year after the Exodus, Moses delivered his final message
to the new generation. In three farewell addresses, he reviewed
the events of the past, repeated many important laws, and cave
guidance for the future.
In his first discourse. Moses recalled how at Mt. Horeb God
ruid commanded the Israelites to break camp and begin the march
towards their objective, the conquest of Canaan. To assist Moses
judges as well as civil and military administrators had been
appointed. On arrival at Kadesh-Barnea. the people hatl been
instructed to attack Canaan from the south, but disheartened by
the report of the spies, had refused to carry out Gods command.
Because of their lack of faith. He had decreed that apart from
Caleb and Joshua, only their children would enter the Promised
I-and. Althouch told to turn back into the wilderness, they
ignored Moses' warning against any further defiance of God's
will, attacked Canaan and were heavily defeated.
For many years the Isra. lites had wandered in the desert
until told to continue their advance by passing through the I-and
of Edom, but not to engage in any hostilities, for the territory of
Edom had been promised to Esau's descendants; nor were they
to attack the Moabites and Ammonites, the descendants of Lot.
Sihon. the A merit* King who refused to allow them to pans
through his domain, was defeated in battle and his territory
captured A similar fate overtook Og. King of Bashan. Th* con-
quered lands were divided among Reuben, Gad and haM the
tribe of Manasseh. provided they assisted their brethren in the
conquest of Canaan.
Mo lei n schol irs seem to asso-
ciate Ih rigin of this symbol
.vith Kii Solo non x\\ > was re-
puted to hat had ]- >wer over the
I evil spirits, li is
eallj until the 16th century that
ih -.. n Ferred to
. the shield ol David Prof
ie symbol is
i -i us d is a kind il m
i decora!
ntal in nal i
- the Jews ol
who probably used the
ti i -i ir as an official sym-
ol the Jewish community. Ex-
\v why they did this is not
completely clear Some contend
that the non-Jewish community
insisted that the Jewish community
idopt some symbol and perhaps
this symbol Such a thing hap-
pened in 1527 when the Emporor,
Ferdinand the First. Insisted that
the Jews have a flag.
Apparently the symbol was!
idopted in order to distinguish
the Jewish community from the
Christian community which had
ts own symbol The Jews ol the
Era incipation period of the 19th
century began to look around for
some official Jewish symbol to
natch the symbol of Christianity
which they found to be prevalei
They sei m d to fall upon the six-
pointed star as the symbol.
The six-pointed star later became
enhanced by the development of
the Zionist movement which adopt*
>d th- symbol as an official part
of the Jewish flag. What possibly
gave the symbol its latest import -
ance was the yellow Mogen Do\id
tvateh which the Nazis made the
Jews wear as a sign of being Jew-
ish. Instead of wearing it at a
patch of shame, the Jews used it
as a shield of honor.
Some have claimed that the rea-
son for the six points is that it
represent the universality of God
who is to be found everywhere, in
the four lateral directions as well
as in the Heavens above and the
earth beneath. It Ls this belief that
calls for waving the Lullav in six
directions.
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Kltin. H
i't Ida) 8:18 e in Satin"

TIFERETH JACOB (Temple). 951 E.
4th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Na-
than Zolondek. 1a
Krida) I IS p m SBturtftJ 9 M '"
ZION (Temple) 8000 Miller Rd Con
servative Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro
Cantor Richard S. Brovvdy. lb
NORTH MIAMI
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
13600 W. Dixie Hvy Conservative
Rabbi Joseph Gorfinkel. Cantor B?n
Zion K rschenbaum. 35
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM.'1S42-
.44 Washington Ave. Rabbi Avrwom
Croner. 12
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NORTH BAV VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER, Ji2P-.7?^ Streat Cause-
way, fciorth BSy VUiaga. Conserva-
tive. Cantor Carl Bender. 32-A
----
NORTH MIAMI Bf ACH
ADATH YESHURLN .Temple). 102S
NE Miami Gardens Dr. Coeieeeva-
tive. Rabbi Milton Schlmsky. Can-
tor Nathaniel Schvb. 33
----
BETH TORAH. NE '64th St. at 11th
Ave. Conservative Rabbi Max Lip-
schiti. Cantor Jacet Renier. 34
a
BNAI RAPHAEL. '*01 NW 183rd St.
Conservative. Rabt-' Charles Rubel.
Cantor Jack Lerne- 36
a
Pi Ida) 1:15 p in s.. tu S i.m
SINAI (Temple) of NORTH OA04X
18801 NE 22nd Ave Reform. Rabbi
Ralph P. Kingsley. Cantor Irving
Shulket. 37
----
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 18151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodoi. Rabbi Jonah F.
Caplan. 38
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER
MIAMI. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Naftali Poruth 39

CORA I GABIES
JUDEA (Temple) 5500 Granada Blvd.
Reform. Rabbi Mor'it Kipper 40

ZAMORA (Templei 44 Zamora Ave.
Conservative. Rabr> Maxwell Berg-
er. 41
FT. IAU0IMAIE
BETH ISRAEL (Temc.e). 547 E. C ^>
land Park Blvd Rarfi Sheldon Kd.
wards. Cantor Mawce Neu. 42
EMANU-EL. 3245 V Oakland Park
Blvd Reform. Rart. Arthur J. Ab-
rams. Cantor Jeron-e Kiemant. 43
P0MPAN0 BEACH
SHOLOM (Temple i." SE 11th Ave.
Conservative. Rail. Morria A. Skop.
Cantor Ernest Schraibar. 49
MMfSIM
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION.
"293 Harding Ave. Surfside. "own
Hall Orthodox. Ratr Isaac D. Vine
50
HALIANDAIE
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER 1T6
NE tst Ave. 44
MIAMI BEACH
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave
Orthodox Rabbi Isaac Ever. 17
a
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St Orthodox
Rabbi Berel We.s. 18
a
BETH JACOB 301 Washington Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Shm.iry.ihu T. Swir.
sky. Cantor Maurice Mamches. 19
---------
BETH RAPHAEL (Temole). 1545
Jefferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh. 20
----
BETH SHOLOM ( Temple). 4144
Chase Ave. Liberal. Rahbi Leon
Kronish. Cantor David Convser ,"1
Pi da) IS p m To|i Refit I
mi ;i I>.f. Borrow and Hopi Bat-
nrda) 10 i' m
-------a
BETH TFILAH 935 Euclid Ave Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-
sky. 22
BETH YOSEPH CHAIM CANGREC.A-
TION, 843 Meridian Avenue. 22-A
a ISRAEL (Temple) 6020 SW 35th St.
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION Conservative. Rabri Elliot J. Win
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox grad. Cantor Abraham Koster. 48
Rabbi Dow Roiencwaig. 23
HOLLYWOOD
BETH EL (Temple'. 1SS1 S 14th Ave.
Rrfcm. Rabbi S.imuel Jaffe. 45
Kri.l i.n Petti* W
H ill '11.1 tl. !.....allU I p
S Invi
BETH SHALOM (Tampea), 1728 Mon-
roe St Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Cantor Irving Gold. 4S
SINAI (Temple). 1101 Johnson St.
Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro.
Cantor Yehudah Meiibraun. 47
MtRAMAR
'**"......* "i*i*iV|-|jVij-|jin
9
Ci^lMIUGtiTlJK TIME
7:50 8AB
1.........."ri'ivu-inruyif
EMANU-EL (Temple). 1701 Washmo-
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irvirci
Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler. 24
Hnturda) 9 .i m
-------a
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 P.netr.e
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S
Gross. jj
CONG. AN-NELL (Branch of He-
brew Academy). 7th St and Mend-
an Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham
Ben-Hillel. 25.A
--------
"Vl^.r.^. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington
Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H
Stern. Cantor Meyer Engel. 26
--------
K^tE!E7H ISRAEL. 1415 Elcuid Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lchrfield
Cantor Abraham Seif. 27
MENORAH (Temple). 620 75th St
l"bf EM"-'J-- --.-?
wa.brS' aarL,b8viu- ^ t
t2K.-mSrn Ar" I^^TVina; Of Re.
joicinf! 8 p.m. Sunday S a.m.
8*fHAR0|C JEWISM CENTER
^oUme^Ave^R^ u N.hm^e.'jl
MARGATE
MARGATE JEWISH CENTER. S101
NW 9th St.
United Fund Day At Calder
I he 81 -iin 1 add p Brother
Si ikee, :i raci tar one ol
I Florida's irreatesl ougNbreds,
beads the week*> activities al
Calder Eiace Court, The Roman
Brothx n Stale s, [i ...% rflles born
in the Sunshim St .\-.il !> con-
l tested at Uie G ftirlaat di-stance on
, Saturday. All aet.v.nes at Calder
I Calder on Thurs jvolve around special United Fund
, events with all proceeds from the
.days business aasmatked for that
I charity.
Thit pafe < ftf^rrd lit
loof-erahon with :'.e Greaw
Mumt RabtattCdi .\-!o(iatton.
Coordinator | ;\t /catueri
Trtarm% here k
RAM! MAXWELL BlftGE*
Sf-intiiul / kpph Zsassta
CsrelCaMas
^aUinical I.L.Uion V'
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A"*'' mmmSiXL Th-3'^ Wo"^ K-
Host. Rabb, Mortar, ALilavsky,
Temple Beth Shalom. Hollywood
A^ ^ ^Q The StU. Small Voice
Host: Rabbi Sol Landau
Topic: Tisha BAv
Guests: Rabbis David R*j* ^ Murray AjJ>ut
"-esu:
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V'Jenisf' IhrMdBkUi
/*
Max Lerner
Paqe 11 -A
Sees It

'\
1
^%
JK iORK Can you Imagine Hubert Humphrey (If te
?on in 1968) announcing th.it he would go to Peking and
g iv ij with it? He would have the artillery of all the
*rhl.- i ii d half the Democrat in on him. and the pillars of
gv'!" l";'1'1 Cll,ml''- nnd him. But Nixon, as a cons.-rva-
kesid.-nt. hits managed to do what the liberal Democratic
- is. John Kennedy and Lyndon Jbhnaon, were unable to do.
h is tii.. i>aradoxial cenius of the American system that
P1" wn i0 conservative things the right can't, while conser-
v*tivs can do liberal things the left can't. The gods that watch
wer A : ''"> bave a sardonic sense of cosmic humor
# &
Bkk1'\IM.V XIXOX HAD political motivations. In making
^i policy decision! a head of government has one eye on his-
Wi the other on the polls at home. If there Is a conflict
pit the two, the domestic eye is the decisive one. For if a
who wants te <> down in history as a statesman doesn't
p-.- v -i he ends as a failed politician, and history passes
f. Bui it he wins the sufferage of the people he has another
the sufferage of history, and may combine them
l a do ible victory.
VY' .-,. apply to NivinV He ha already won a personal
victory \ltei- the Pentagon Papers and the
new Han reposals, he was a Pre* lent beset and beleaguered.
N9wh'- the hook, and in a new position toward his critics.
Ble !.!.. : coins,', paid the price of havin;,'. in effect, to set
May 1 outside date for American withdrawal, except for
there*!! -upjwtint; force. But he would have had to do that
In any ent, when the Republican presidential convention ap-
j^Bh* has now mad.' the implicit explicit.
* -tr -to
KHK IMMEDIATE VICTIM ha- been the campaign to stop
-l^H. in Republican primaries. The fate of Rep. McOoskey,
of Osiiiorvi... worthy Don Quixote that he was. now seems more
dororoti. e\.-n a dolorous knight should seem. For the
t3iina i'or a time, mutes ihe whole war-peace issue. It also
cats iMsiderable ground from under any Democrat nominated
to ran ng.i;:ist Nixon, whether Muskie, McGovern. Bayh or Ken-
nedy. Te Democratic nomination will still be eagerly BOUghA
but It is ::o longer an almost certain passport to the White House.
*oi t ; earlii r calculation's or- a Democratic victory in 1972,
quite a-M nil specific issues, were based on the widespread
^^Bg Nixon doesn't have red statue, as a national or
wor'td le I : He has shown how dangerous it is to underestimate
ham. Th insformatlon in the domestic political climate has
bW'M me i rpiinied by a warming of the world climate. He is
still fai '. jm a charismatic figure, and you would still credibly
call bin: i devious one. but it is hard any longer to call him a
^^T. so^-^y, gray man. Rightly or wrongly the theatrical qual-
ity of a p. -.idential visit to Peking has rublxxl off on the tourist
hfanif
Thi -.: i mean thai 1972 has become a sure thing for
Nixon. Ar. ;;>::.- hut thai. He will still be plagued by the poor
pertbm ce of the economy, by the strikes and the budget, by
his ntecl"..r.iea! smile, his awkward public image and the damage
that a succession of events and utterances have done to his
crrrtV: He will lose conservative support inside his own
part and unong Southern Democrats, probably to Wallace. (He
is unTUk.-;> to lose them to a Democrat, unless the nominee is
Sen. Ja ...s.>:i. with his reputation as a hardliner on the Pacific
arca>. N > is he likely to pick up many clearly liberal votes,
sincomo-' liberals seem to distrust him even when hearing gifts
fron*Pek.; ; The ehi.-t impact of his move will be on the margi-
nal slid ic.lenendent vote. Vet despite all these reservations, who
candbuid tint his political situation has been transformed.
it a -A
DID < II.H i:\-I.\l KNOW be was bailing him out? Un-
doubted'- ':-. i is no fool, and follows American politics. Did
he inten.'. Probably not, but China has its own political,
ecoooame ind imperial motivations and may not consider another
terjj^,(or \iv.n too high a price to pay for them. For a Republi-
ican Prv : -u making commitments to a Chinese Communist re-
gimc.ir, c> ie in a Udter position to carry them out than a Demo-
!crat. B.-.-1 l--> il is better for long-range Chinese propaganda to
jhaveja h ,: .-shell capitalist in the White House th.ln a liberal
nefoonei
Nixo.:'. real problem will be with what Eisenhower encount-
MjptVi'. his summit with Khrushchev was blown to bits by
incident. Hence Nixon's need to "walk on eggshells''
summit has shown its results, both for American policy
and his owe political fortunes.
Hebrew Classes
For Very Young
Being Scheduled
Young Israel of Greater Miami
is introducing special Hebrew
classes for primary grade levels in
addition to a newly revise1. He-
brew curriculum through Bar
Mit/vah.
Experienced Hebrew-speaking
teachers have developed a new
pro-ram for six and seven year
olds which invokes conversational
Hebrew instruction Integrated into
an intensive educational program
on th^ primary levels. Incentive
programs of competitions, prizes
and awards will be utilized to
heighten the interest and enjoy-
ment of tin students in their
studies.
Parents are invited to call Young
Israel for further information.
Leonard Zilbert, (left) president of the Miami Beach Hebrew
Home for the Aged, receives a check from Morris Schwartz-
man, Sol Silver and Dave Cantor, who represented the
George Gershwin Lodge, Knights of Pythias. The gift will
be used for the purchase of much-needed medical equip-
ment for the Home.

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*Jenist fhrkMaun
Friday. July 30. 1971
Miami Beach Couple
Studying At Bar-Ilan
[iving Shalom.
Mr. and Mrs.
7743 Carlyle Ave., Miami Beach,
are participating in a special sum-
mer study program offered by Bar-
Dai) University in Ramat-Gan.
i (i lei.
The program, which is cospon-
surcd by the Metropolitan Com-
mission on Talmud Torah Educa-
tion and the Torah Education De-
partment of the World Zionist Or-
ganization, offers advanced courses
In religious education.
In addition to the course work,
tn. re will be a tour of Israel dur-
i which the members will meet
Films Opening Here
Opening Friday at the Palm
Springs is Walt Disney's "$1,000.-
000 Duck" "Investigation of .1
Citizen Above Suspicion'' begins
ii- run at the Mayfair and Sunset.
The double feature at the Miami.
Coral Way. 27th Ave., North Dad.'.
North Andrews and Davic Blvd
drive-ins is "Big Doll House and
'The Student Nurses." Holdovers
include "Carnal Knowledge," Carib
...id Twin I: "Blue Water. White
Death," Patio. Twin II and Byron;
Ft mis Parade." Carlyle; "Diary
;.f i Mad Housewife" and "1 Love
Mj Wile." Parkway, and "The
M Love," at the Surf.
EGGS LAID
HILE YOU WAIT
Open Every Day
2% D0Z. EGGS
SOT' S1.00
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Whittle Bar Ranch
Poultry & Eqb
6701 S.W. 120th Ave.
(Just North
Sunset Drive)
2745092
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.>. >
with leading political and religious
figures, and visit places of interest,
and major historical sites plus the
newly-acquired territories.
The program is designed to pro-
vide senior educators with a unique
opportunity to enrich their educa-
tion inside and outside the class-
room. It combines stimulating
with off-campus activities aimed
it giving participants a deeper
knowledge of ancient Israel an a
close-up view of the modern coun-
rry which is emerging,
Founded in 1955, Bar-Ilan, Is-
rael's only American-chartered
university, serves t>.oo;> stud nt-
from 36 countries. The American
office is located a! till Lex
A\ i.. New York City.
Record Season At Flagler
F.B. (Happy) Stutz in I O. K.
Duke, io .>i greyhound racing's
most respected kennel owners lead
the way Into Saturday night's
semi-final round of the Si'0.000
Kennel M< dley al Fl igler dog
track, while Flagler continues on
its way to another world record '
season In pari-mutuel figures foi
greyhound racing. Through the
first 70 daysr, w tgei Ing amounted to
S47.603.25S Mr a dailj am
$680,047.
Spinoza's Love Of God'
"Spinoza's Intellectual Love of
God" will !>; the subject af the !.' -
' ire bj Dr. Abraham Wolfson be-
fore tile Spinoza Forum for adult ,
education on Thursday starting ;. j
1" a.m. in the Washington Fedei i
11234 Washington Ave. Thomas
| Davidofl is forum chairman.
Marty Listowsky
New Youth Leader
At Ner Tamid
RabM Eugene Labeurec, spiritual
leader of Temple Ner Tamid. an-
nounced will be the new leader of the tem-
ple's overall youth program during
the coming year.
Mr. Listowsky "ill continue
with his present activities at the
Bureau of Jewish Education and
the YMMA of Greater Miami.
] where he is associated with the
Jewish identity program. He has]
worked with the youth of Greater
Miami during the past !>u years
and will he working this year with
Rabbi Labovit2 and Emanuel
Fi '.,-. v h i i- m eh i : ol the
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the temple,
. of the United Syna-
rue Youth at the temple in-
clude Sus m Kaufm in, vie
lent, and Abbie Kleinberg, secre-
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Mil n**-Mrt&*r>
Page 13-A
:pert Has Solution For
rael's Housing Problem
>l FrMi Poje t-A
been continuously fac
re and more difficult
in immigrant housing.
the United States will
more details about the
." Israelis will very
bly see thousands ol
on wheels reaching
try from the United
solving one of their
problems.
feiler Plan"' is only one
ovations which the non-
krtners in the reconsti-
ish Agency have brought
however. Other plans and
its on the part of the
newpwtn-" :i the Jewish Agency
will soon b-
~The (constitution of the Jewish
Agmey is therefore looked upon in
Israel U a groat achievement. It
brings Am' i ican Jewry closer than
ever befor' '..... I
abK~>*>ring<; more American
Th#> Famoul
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"know-how"' to Israel some-
thing which Israel needs. It ce-
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Jewish Agency and the Jews in the
United States, since the Jewish
Agency is no longer looked' upon
as a body which is part and parcel
of the World Zionist Organization
(The reconstituted Jewish Agency
has settled this matter by separat-
ing itself from the World Zionist
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The two top loaders of the re-
constituted Jewish Agency are now
Aryeh Pincus. chairman and Max
Fisher of Detroit. Mich., head ol
the Board of Governors. Both are
very able men and work very
closely and pleasantly together.
Thus assures the new Jewish Agen-
cy which Ls built on a 50-30
basis between Zionists and non-
Zionists a smooth and effective
functioning on a scale involving
more men of ability In practical
work lor Israel.
Mr. Waller's initiative in the
field ol housing is only the begin-
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ican community leaden who con-
sider themselves as non-Zionists
will also show in other fields Up
till now they were only "big givers"
in fund-raisins for Israel; now
they will also be "big doers" for
Israel. And this is where the re-
constitution of the Jewish Agency
has performed a great service for
Israel's human needs.
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think it urgent, even desper-
ately urgent, to take out every
possible insurance policy against
a Soviet attack. For the Chinese
Communists, relations with the
United States are primarily
such an insurance policy.
THERE HAVE been other
signs of this Chinese sense of
urgency. They have already be-
gun deploying a small number
of their earliest model nuclear
missiles. To do so, they have
quite literally tunneled through
mountains. This is a Chinese
attempt probably a vain at-
tempt to make their first
missiles invulnerable to a So-
viet nuclear strike.
It has to be faced, in fact,
that what the Chinese f<'ar is a
preventive nuclear strike by the
Soviets, to de8troy the Chinese
nuclear capability before it
grows too great. That is a hard
morsel for soft-headed Ameri-
cans to chew on. Yet it must
also be faced that the Chinese
fear is thoroughly sensible.
BY THE beginning of this
year, the Soviet buildup on the
Chinese frontier had reached
the level of -15 divisions. The
troops had costly permanent in-
stallations and supporting units.
Large numtx'rs of nuclear weap-
ons, both Strategic and tactical.
were also in place.
If you add the logistical and
supply units to the combat
units, the Soviet manpower on
the frontier is therefore around
800,000 men.
NOT LONG ago. in a private
talk with a foreigner. Chou Kn-
lai put the figure at a million
men. Bui ChOU was probably
including the Mongolian army,
' which is a mere dependency of
I the Soviet armv.
Furthermore, this vast Russian
task force has been mainly de-
ployed over a two-track rail
line, the Trans-Siberian. The
right way to think of what the
Soviets have been doing, in
truth, is to ask yourself what it
would cost this country to put
800,000 men into Alaska!
THE FIRST cost of such an
Alaskan deployment, including
supporting investments. has
been estimated to this reporter
at around $30 billion. Add the
maintenance cost of such a
large force, over a long period.
You then have a bill no sane
government would pay without
being conditionally ready to use
the force in question.
Obviously, there are a lot of
people in the Soviet government
who want to put the force to
use, perhaps in another couple
ol years. Anil obviously, this is
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Paqe 10-A
ruye 14-rt.
vjenisl ncridfon
Friday July 30. 1971
Book Review
By SEYMOUR B. UEBMAN
Two Pictorial Histories
%4/m \ IfO&E BEAUTIFUL books arc printed,
tfae likelihood is that Harry N. Abrams will bo
publishing them. The Abrams firm is noted, not
only for the cstheticism of its pub-
lications but also for the eon-
tents which are of high calibre.
Picture History of Jewish Civ-
ilization (Harry N. Abrams Inc.,
S25) edited by Dr. Bezalel Marks
with Drs Samuel Abramsky and
Michael Ziv and Professors David
Flusser and Abraham C. Schalit
co-editors was iniblished in as-
sociation with Massada Press Ltd. of Ramat Gan.
Israel. The photographs in cok>r are breath-taking
in their beauty and clarity of detail. The explana-
tory notes accompanying each illustration are gems
of elucidation.
In view of the title. "A Pictorial History," one
cannot cavil about the fact that some significant
aspects of Jewish history are omitted, e.g., the
I'.adanit. s. the great traveling merchants from the
Sth to the 11th centuries; or of the Jews in the New
World during the Spanish colonial period, 1521-1821.
Obviously. Jews during the Inquisition period were
nut writing books or having their portraits painted
or their religious objects depicted, and, regretfully,
the Israeli editors are not familiar with this re-
viewer's works.
Every historian is entitled to express his in-
tation of the facts of history and make quali-
tative judgments concerning what is of greater and
lesser importance. It Is beyond the scope of this
review- to indulge in an expression of differences of
opinion. It is rather important to note that the
style and language are excellent. It was remiss,
however, to omit the life-span dates of individuals
who ire prominently mentioned; such as Hasdai ibn
Shaprut.
Jewish Historical Treasures edited by A/ricl
Eisenberg (Bloch Publishing Co., S10> contains 297
clear black and white illustrations. The book ranges
over many eras and parts of the world where Jews
resided.
The book involves historical incidents and
places without assaying to be a history with con-
tinuity and an evolutionary or chronological se-
quence. With rare exception, each individual ac-
count is one page in length which, in some instances,
does not permit a treatment in depth.
The book may be compared to a buffet table of
varied canapes each, in its own manner and
style, delighting the eyes and whetting one's intel-
lectual appetite to learn more. Many of the pages
and illustrations reveal little known aspects of
Jewish history and experiences.
Enlightening, enriching and insipring, "Jewish
Historical Treasures" (to which your reviewer
made a contribution' is a volume through which to
browse, study and present as a gift for young and
old.
*
As We Were Saying:
By ROBERT E. SEGAL
Job Bias Dies Hard
tflJlTi! UNEMPLOYMENT MOVING h dan-
; with th An i imy
it of th
- efforts to ei
i
nee:
l : -. claims that 16 '." S
have devi p d ilunl iry p
i nt in the c instruction
try, these pioneering attempts at
h find the going heavy and
isition severe. One element
overlooked in that the building industry is not enjoying
the gre I boom that many assume it is.
2 gardk sa oi efforts to cut the heart out of
MS bias practici s in hiring and upgrading, numerous
examples of hard-hearted testing persists.
3 In spite of the assurances offered constantly by
national leaders <.i trade unions that they stand four-
square for an end to job bias, some age-old habits of
discrimination at a local level arc not broken.
4 While federal civil rights legislation enacted in
19J i 'C:. '65 md 67 thn rculean el ri by a
if liberal, rell
upon oi ts now
.
i Not Fal M. Hes
I of the U.S. Con on Ch 11 Rights, la-
I the fact that little headway Is made in fighting
discrimination unless and until the nation faces a ci -
His r I rence was specifically to the ass ssinations of
Martin Luthi r King and President Kennedy when Ameri-
cans outraged by these acts of shame and violence forced
tnces in human relations by their determination to
make amends.
There are a few bits of hope: City and State anti-
discrimination bodies seem to be moving with sharper
determination. Some leaders in the construction field,
as well as labor officials, show signs of understanding.
And perhaps most important of all, a new effort at the
federal level to give the Equal Employment Opportunity
Commission power to issue orders against discrimination
in employment by either industry or labor unions has
cleared the House Education and Labor Committee by a
strong vote.
FOCUS ON THE U.N By George Friedman
Discriminating Tastes
rCoprrichl isn, Jewish Tcksraphic Atf.-n.y. in.- i
yilK 1X-MKMBKR United Nations Committee on
the Elimination of Racial Discrimination, which
ended its third session April 23, concluded that of
the 32 governments that had submitted reports on
their actions in this area, only 15 had dine so com-
pletely and comprehensively and thus satisfactorily.
The other 17 were asked to provide additional, sup-
plemental infurmation. Another six countries had
failed to submit any documents, and were asked to
do so.
Of the 18 members of the panel, exactly half
represent countries that maintain diplomatic rela-
tions with Israel: Nigeria, Ghana, Ecuador, Britain,
the Philippines, Costa Rica, West Germany. Cyprus,
and Swaziland. Israel has no relations with the
other nine lands represented on the committee:
India, the Ukraine, Egypt, Yugoslavia. Poland.
Kuwait, Czechoslovakia, the U.S.S.R. and Pakistan.
Further, the chairman of the group is an Indian
former Foreign Secretary Rajeshwar Dayal.
The United States has embassies in 16 of the
18 countries represented on the racial discrimina-
tion committee. It maintains unofficial relations with
Egypt in Cairo and talks with the Ukraine at U.N,
headquarters. But since politics makes strange bed-
fellows, and diplomatic relations with a country do
not necessarily indicate political agreement, the
above lineups do not necessarily run true to form
within the racial-discrimination committee. During
the third session, for instance, the most vocal
opponent of Israel and supjjotter of Russia an 1
Egypt was the man from Ecuador. (Officially the
panel members are individual axpertfl and not gov-
ernment spokesmen I.
The committee defined racial discrimination
as: "Any distinction, exclusion, restriction or prefer-
ence baaed on race, color, descent, or national or
ethnic origin which has the purpose or effect of
nullifying or impairing the recognition, enjoyment
or exercise, on an equal footing, of human rights
and fundamental freedoms in the political, economic,
social, cultural or any other field of public life."
One would think that would cover everything. But
the committee's current work involves the determi-
nation of means to implement the convention.
Israel Newsletter
By CARL ALPER1 *
Hey! Dig That Canal!
Tin i iknt maiok break In the M.rtdle East
st,,;. mate cam.' in February 197? .v-,rn Egyp-
tian President Sadat sent his electrifying -'..timatum
to the United Nations
"If within one week the govern-
ment of Israel will not withdraw
its troops from the hanks of the
Suez Canal, the United Arab Re-
[ public will consider Itself free to
J DWVe the entire Canal ten kilo-
meters eastward, into the Sinai,
and that without any further prior
notification. The entire responsi-
bility for the dire conwquences of this act will rWt
upon th.- shoulders of the aggressive T-l Aviv
authorities."
Reaction In Israel was not slow in coming. Uri
Avneri, the maverick member of the Knesset, de-
nounced the plan unless it called for moving th.
Canal into the Sinai a distance 'if 200 K::omctcrs
Israel's Prime Minister firmly denied the ru-
mo s that there was a secret agreement between
the l" s Egypt and Israel, to move th. Canal back-
ward and forward by ten kilometers each week in
order to confuse thi Russians,
Weizman bristled with indignation. H
h ..- ivcrnment of Israel wltl set
der. hi -. th I prior [si idi ; love th
Canal wesi I, at ad be ei
vo j
I er have
it
u i th
'' Now," hi .'. "il w
which
A ::-. ir tint the C I ivcd at
nl;
the p |igj witl
the tj t> he-
el
Th Chief Ry n !na.
no work on th-.- moving of the I' ma] be \eeut.-d oi
Sh.v
Israi I's hawks clamored for retali d ry actkn
On. suggestion was that Israel should prompt!]
transf. all its pollul -d beaches to th. Egyptlai
coast
Finance Minister Sapir hastened to tigure out
the rati ol tax to be assessed against each Israeli
for Canal maintenance.
Dayan said he would be willing to close one
ey to the whole matter.
Is ... Bond leaders overseas jubilantly seized
Upon the idea and drew up a program to sell on.
billion dollars worth of Bonds to build bridges
across the Canal. They announced a huge testi-
monial dinner in honor of Sadat, but at this point '
the whole thing collapsed.
- lat did n..t deny that the moving ol the Canal
aior undertaking which would r. quire In-
ternal inal assistance. Leading French and Russian
compel bid for the rights, am agreed that the
prop..,. ,| gtep would take many months Howtvei
the winn ng bid went to a team of engineers which
maintained, and proved, that it eouM move the
entin I anal by ten kilometers or more within six
days
Thi excitement and rejoicing in Cairo were
damped down when the sealed envelope was opened.
nd .i u,,s discovered that the bid had been won
bj th. Techmon in Haifa.
'With thanks and apologies to Yehuda
Ofen of "\| HamKhmnr" from whom
the above has been borrowed, trans-
lated and adapted).




1971
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Page 15- A
Nona
CHI
Dfc
OF ACTION
-COURT OF THE
HlOICIAU CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
CIVIL ACTION
1-12589
t DIVORCE
BEIJ.
K PEI.L. an> heret,\
II... a Complaint fur
ii filed against you.
Bred lo serve a copy
^^^^f or Pleading to tli
USA1 NOTKI
. Av.
Bill
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-2727
JOHN R. BLANTON
In RE: Estate of
ESTHER SCinVAKTZ.
I Nsoeaeed.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors Mid ah Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Asiiinst Said
Estate:
You an- hereby notified and requir-
ed tu present any claim.- 'and demand*
which you may have against the .---
tale (,i ESTHKl: SCHWARTZ de-
ceased laic of Dado County, Florida,
. lo tli.- County Judges .a Bade Countv.
the Plaintiffs and file the same in duplicate and
SOHTCHIN 11 [* provided In Station 733.1*. Florida
Miami, Florida statutes, in their offices In ihe Coun-
uuial Answer or j}f CoUTthoUM in Dade Countv, Flo-
-.- of the (aarkljlda, within .-ix calendar months from
on or before the the ""> w the first pubUoation here-
1971. If you fail!'i or ln*' HBUIe will he barred.
by default will he I Dated at Miami. Florida, this 7lh
U8JU NOTKI
Bnu lor the relief de-
II of Complaint.
Hill he published once
Mir .....l.-ccutive weeks
PI/MtZDIAN.
ORDERED at Miami.
Btli 'lay of June AD.
HERMAN. Clerk.
lead-' I'tiimiv, Florida
L M. IC1S8EE
^eru' i
"tourt S.
MT' '
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^PLliMlll
B-lt-A-30
IAN
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VII
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NTY JUDGES COURT
OR DADE COUNTY.
AIN PROBATE
No. 71-2648
fDOVVLINGl
IE TO CREDITORS
.I E81 HER
a k'a ESTHER C.
., k a Esther COHEN
r- mid All Persons Hav
Demands Against Said
cr.h> notified and re-
-. -.1.1 any claims and
i ii \ .a mn y hnvi against
lf I'STIIKI! EASTMAN,
ill Ell EASTMAN
Ell COHEN deceased
nunt). Florida, i" the
11 i I' 11
in du]
T Florida
ii offices in ill,- r
t- in I ladi 'ounl >. Flot
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1 I pulilll'S I i"'i lid -
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A l
[MT \ v VNDER
v.11ri iii ran i\
I I nolici.....
iul>
BsKKNICK. KSql'IRE
\dlir
Ii: .i
; ii-is-is
day of July A.D I:7i
DORA SCHWARTZ
As Executrix
Klrst publication of this notice on
the tilth day of July, 1971.
TALIANOKF BAUER
Attorney for Executrix
L'" l.in.oln Road
Miami Ileach. Florida 331M
7 l.;._::-!..
x f,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
No. 71-13116
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
in it. The Marriage Of:
EVELYN TYSON, wife and
SA MLEI. JKKOMK T YSl IX,
husband.
1*1 i SAMUEL JEROME TYSOM
1331 1-cm.x Place
llahway. N. w Jerae)
Y"P ARE HEREBY notified
u Dissolution of Marriage has
filed against you, and you are
b) required to serve a copy of your
answer or other pleading to the peti-
tion ..n the wife's attorney, LESTER
RfXIERB, uhos. address i- mm N.W.
I7th Avenue .Miami. Florida 33123 and
HI. ill. original uiih the Clerk of the
above styled Court, on or before (lie
' -Hi das ol lugusl 1971 or a Default
will he entered against you
BATED Ihis !>ih day of .lull
10 II I.EATHER.M N
'lerh ol i 'Ireull i 'oui i
ItJ I! M KISSEE
< nuil I 'ourl Seal I
7 !'
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 ItK; THE MARRIAOE OF
DONNA 8WANTEK, wife, and
RONALD EDWIN SAAANTEK.
husband.
TO: RONALD EDWIN BWAXTEK
84 \\ oodside
!:.-.- -xviiie. Michigan
You, RONALD EDWIN BWAXTEK,
are hereby notified thai a Hill of
Complaint for Divorce lute been filed
against you. and you are required to
serve a copy of your An.-wer or
Pleading to ihe Bill of Complaint "ii
the Plaintiffs attorney, STONE &
SOSTCHIN, mi N.W. ISth Avenue,
Miami. Florida Phone: 3G8-4222 and
file the original Answer or Pleading
in the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 10th
day of August. 1971
so. judgment by default will
taken against you for the relief
manned In the Bill of Complaint
This notice shall be published once
each weak for four consecutive .....k
In TIIK JEWISH Fl.OBiniAV
DONE AND ORDKKKD at Miami.
Florida, this :ith day of Julv A.D.
1971.
E. I*.. Leathermon, Clerk,
Circuit Court. Bade County, Florida
By: N. A. RRWRTT
l>eputy Clerk
icirrult Court Seal)
STONE SOSTCHIN'
101 N.W. 18th Avenue
Miami. Florida 33130
Attorneys for Plaintiff
7 U-33-31
UCAlMOTrCt
UCAl NOTKE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-2012
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Iv-iaio ol
IACK liiiDENSTHIN.
I '< leased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Again*! Said
Estate:
Vou an hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which }ou ma] hav.- against
Ihe estate of JACK BODENSTEI.N.
deceased late of Dade Comity, Flor-
ida, to ihe County Judges of Dade
County, and ill.- Hi.- same in dupli-
cate and as provided ill Section 7I3.-
l(i. Florida Statutes, in their offices
in th.- County Courthouse in Dade
County, Florida, Within six calendar
months from Ihe time of the fir.-t
publication hereof, or tin: same
he l.arr.-d.
-------.v.........., Dated at Miami. Florida, ibis
f you fail to do I day of July. A.D. 1&71.
he !
II
12th
III
Rl Til HOCHrTBUri
A.- Administratrix
Cum Teslaniento Annexo
First publication of this notice Ol
the ]i;ih day of July. 1871.
SIMON, HAYS & URf'NDWBRO
By: Moaeg J. flrundwerg
Attorney for Administratrix C'.T.A.
1"1 Ain.-hy Building
.Miami. Florida 33133
7 1i;-j:i-:: IN THE CIVIL COURT OF RECORD
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
No. 71-7191
NOTICE OF ACTION
CARNER BANK OK
MIAMI BEACH, a PI
banking corporation,
Plaintiff,
rida

ib,it !
been ,)
her.-- ;
IM1,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS iii:i:i:i:\ RIVEN
Uiidi rslgm
iii I'll ini-s- ii del : ...ii- nami
oi SANK" iRD I.EVINE Ml'
Lincoln Rin d, M la ml Ileach, I l:
i. nds lo registei il i : lh |
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTiei: IS HEREBY GIVEN that
, undersigned, desiring lo engage
business under Che fictitious name
I of AAA CHAIR RENTAL AND
I SALES at 121 Northeast nth Street,
| Miami. Klorida Intend to register -aid
name with Ihe Clerk of tin Circuit
Court "i Dude County, Klorida.
SAM DIIIIN
HEBE DI'BIN
, H-K>-2n ::>
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
OF DADE COUNTY.
STATE OF FLORIDA
No. 78805-A
NOTICE OF FINAL REPORT AND
APPLICATION FOR DISCHARGE
RE: Kstale ol
III IRRIS LEVIN K. <1.....
To All. WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY illVFN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under ihe fictitious num.
of BICENTENNIAL BXH1BIT8 at
;i N.W. Mil Slr.-.-t. Miami. Florida,
intend- to r.-gister said name with the
Clerk of th.- Circuit Court of Dad.
County, Florida.
BARON DISPLAYS. INC
By: s Paul Dai..ii. President
SMITH, MANDLBR, SMITH A
PARKER
Attorneys for linen Displays, Inc.
4i'7 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Klorida 3S13S
7 s-16-23-30
MEI.VIN I.. BARBERNELI. and
JI'DITii K. BAKBEILN'ELL, his
wife. J J
Defendants
TO: MEIA'fN I.. BARBERNELI.
and JIDITB E.
BARBEBNELL hi- wife
Defendants
tl"7 Solway
Houston. Texas
VOC, MEI.VIN I- BARBEBNELL
and JCDITH E BARBERNELI., his
wife, are hereby notified that a Com-
plaint Cor Damages has been filed
against you, and you are required to
sen.- a copj "i your Answer or Plead-
ing lo the Complaint on the Plain-
tiffs attorney:--. CYPKN KEVIN!
f.Stephen H, Cypen), y::, Arthur n > Road, Miami Beach, Florida
:::I14". and file ihe original Answer or
Pleading in the office of the CIM
of the Civil Court of Record on or be-
fore the l!tb day of August. 1ML If.
you tail lo do -o. judgment by d-fault
will be taken against you (or the re-
lief demanded In ihe Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four (|i consecutive
Weeks in TIIK JEWISH Fl J iKIDIAN.
I Is ink AND ORDERED at .Miami,
Klorida, this sih diiy of Julv. 1871
.1 I". McCRACKEN. Clerk
civil Court of Record
Dade County, Klorida
By CM UH.ks c PARE
D.-putv ci.rk
tClvil Court of Record Seall
CYPEN K XEVINS
ISIepllt n II. 1 '\p.-ll I
Attorneys for Plaintiff
K23 Arthur Rndfrej Road
Miami Beach, Klorida 331 I"
7 16-23-30
.Not i
\ i :t
estate
tratli
e I- linen Ihltl
xei utoi i
ha.....mpleled
and has tiled
re
IE BY PL BLICATION
IRCUIT COURT OF THE
TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IDA IN AND FOR DADE
|TY. IN CHANCERY
No 71-8677
|T FOR DIVORCE
III VTEI5
XTER
|T iii Nil-:it
! i ukno> .
BIST HI'NTER, lire In re.
that .. Bill of Complaint
hoe been filed against
hi .,'. required i" serve
i the i "in nit i '"ii-i
County, Florida
S.WFOIID LKVINE u D
SPARBER. ZKMKI ROSKI.N
A II 111 I RRONNER P '
I torneys fir nimlieanl
l mi N p.i-,-a\ ni I iik \ ,i -I
I':., 13122
Dade
DAVID OAR-
above
in- adn
n thb court
i final r< |K>rt .....I atiplb -non for
'.
iv fll ii-Ri i nun \i
i nf publlcil i Ion -li"\\ lug :'
thai thi notli has been publish) d '
oui ., I. fi r loui i on -- u
, .-I,-, :i ninth npprn
the orileiina
of the estali Includins allowaite, !
iftorney's fees, and Ihe final dls-
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 KDU ARI i i: I : iRRE
Husband,
til 9S III ETA RRAZYNA
IMRRI.I ..:..,:.
To El Hi \i:i l HEi 'Rl 11:
I i
K H IK \ II alia
Vl 'I
II- \n-
mplaiul
5LVYN
Miami.
Answer
tli.

pur Answer or Pleudillg to
on the Plaintiff's
KESSLER, ltf9
Klorida and file
..el- or I'll adlng in
Clerk of the Circuit
for. the 13th day l>f
If you fail lo 110 SO,
di fault will be taken
for the r.li.f d. m.uid. il
pf Complaint.
I shall be published once
,r four consecutive Weeks
WISH FI.OKIDIAX.
D ORPKHRD at Miami,
Bth day of July A.D.
ATHERMAN, Cl.rk.
|rt. I lade i 'ininty, Kloi Ida
N. A HF.WFTT
! Deputy Clerk
kit Curl Seall
BSSI.ER
iPlalntilf
:.. e
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY RIVEN
tin undersigned desiring t*- engage
in business unflei the fictitious name
.. ASSOCIATPS IN MEDICINi: at
Arthui Oodfrej Road, Miami
Beach Klorida intend lo registei .ml
- ime with Ihe Clerk of the C
i "ourl l hide i "ounty, Klorida
i ii;s Kl i:i:i.. LESSER.
HH.VERMA V BERNEII A
KIEDEI lllil.TK, P A
by: Leonard M SIB'ei ntn n
S'-cr.-tal v
STANLEY B RICHARD
Attorney for applicant*
Bui 1 Incoln Rigid
Miami Beach, Pis 3318*
7 H-23-3"
hnrg,
. nt-i.
in ^.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
th. undersigned desiring to engage
In business under Ihe fictitious nami
of NORTH MIAMI TV SALES AND
SERVICE a< 620 N K. 127th Street,
North .Miami. Fla intend to registei
said nami with the Clerk of thi Cir-
cuit Court of Bail.- Countv, Florida
SHEl DON M. OBRBER
JACK STEVENS
Morton P. /.. ni.l
Attorney for ai.plic.ini -
1>7;> N E l8rd Btri el
North Miami Beach, 1 la
7 lfl-23-3" >:
DAVID OA IINET,
u ill .cm. I.....re the
I i.i\ i.i i ;.n ii. i
DAVID RARNET
i. \\\ i iKKICES >K
Id 1BERT \V tV l.si IN
P.I' Box B
Clearwater, Kl.....In ir.l"
CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE
I HEREBY CERTIFY thai n ropj
'nit ,,, tli.- above Notice ( filing petition
for final discharge or executor in-
lulling notice of hearimi copy of
1 final Hccountlng and petition for ills-
tribUtloil and tli hale.-, mil ilipj
| Of affidaVll Of -el Vice- Mathews, attorney, has I.....n fur-
nished to each of the beneficiaries
named in the petition, bj I'nltcd
' Slates mail this July '.'. I!?i
- Joh \ Ma thews
JOHN A MATIIKWS. ATTORNEY
7 S3- : 6-lS
> >",
I
NOTICE OF ACTION
RCUIT COURT OF THE
KLVS|TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
F FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTV. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71- 13484
PETITION FOR DISSOLUTION
F M.MIR I ACE
'1 ^^^P'"
^V. \ Sanni.-I K.
lill l-alid
. i: IH'NTKK
la/a
I I IgllM i\
Ki iitu. k) II12U
EEL K HFNTKR, ar
I ,, n Petit loi
I gv I
-ii I > ..ii ir, i
pj ni i-oUl Vl
ig in ib,- 11 miIiiI on
,'. .. iittoi
\\ H KSi >N, '"' B
NOTICE UNDEH
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS ivr.RKliv GIVEN that
ihe undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under Ihe fictitious Inline
ot FIDELITY REAL ESTATE & IN-
VKSTMKNTS nl :::"'' S.W, 64th Court,
South Miami. Fla Intends to register
-aid name .villi the Cl.rl. of the Cir-
cuit Court of l lad.. County, Floridit
DA\ II A R" 8ENBLATT
7 2-ii-P.-:::_
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NuTICK IS HEREBY 15IVEN thai
undersigned desiring to enuag
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN ANO FOR
OAOE COUNTV. FLORIDA
No. 71-13706
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
In RK: The Marriage of:
KPIFAMA TAYl.'iR. wife and
WILFRED TAYLOR, husband
TO: WIIJ-MCKD TAYLOR
Residence I'uknouii
TT>V ARE HEREBY notified thai
Petition for Dissolution of Jilarrl-
age has b.en (lied against you and
you are hereby required to -,-rve a
copy of your nnstVer or other plead-
ing" to the Petition on the wife s at-
torney. l.KSTF.u ROGERS, whose ad-
dress i- ltr.l N.W. 17th Avenue. Mi-
ami, Florida 33125. and file Ihe origi-
nal with the Clerk of the above
styl.-d Court, on or before ihe 24th
A I: I. HKItKin NOTIKIEI
ii an ;........ fin 1 llsnlul Ion ot M:t i
ge has been filed against you and
you are required ic serve a eonj of
.-. ..in written del eases, If n n> i" i:
..ii AN.; l-:i.< I A ALL ii
Petitioner whin iiddi. i- Sulli
list Rob, i Buildiiil Wi -i Kl
Street, Miami Kloi Ida, 331.In, and tile
il.....rlglnal with Ihe rk .-i ihe
j above siyled curi on or bi
August 20. 1971: otherwise n defaull
will be entered up.....-i you for the
reli.-t demanded in the complaint ol
petll
This until sli di be published ......
each week fol t'-ui .....-..,uiiv.. weeks
ci THE JEWISH Fl I IRIDIAN
WITNER8 in-- hand and thi seal
of said ...urt al Miami. Florida on
br- 14th da\ ..I July. ':'7l
E I! I.RATHRRM \N
As i 'lerk. 'Ireull Court
I e.,i. i nunn Florldn
By: N v HEWETT
A- Deoutv Clell!
11 'it. nit Court Seal l
INGEI \ All. ESQI'IRE
, Suite 400 Roberts Puildini:
; (Veal Flngler Street
' Miami. Florid i 13'S*
Vttorne] for Petitioner
7 IC-SS : 10 II ':
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTV.
No. 71-13853
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
' IN RE: ihe marriage of
] ARTHVR OEOROE BACOH,
I ii-11..ii.I and
I ALICE ANGELA MAFC.H. wlfi
You Arthur George Bough, reel*
.l.iic. Hop. Hay. P.O. Portland,
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-2390
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
III RE: Estate of
PHILIP BEAR
Dec, a-. .I
To All il ililoi ...... All Personi* Hav-
ing I Li nil- : i i. Ii.. \ .. mm Said
^ on an her, idified mill re-
in .. Ill- lllld de-
Ill.III.I. whli Ii ii i -1
In estali PHILIP BEAR lic-
ensed lab Hade i 'ounl). Klorida,
! o the i 'null l In Ig I un-
it.*., in iluplii ate
.: It,
Klorida J es In
ihe County Cou I use i i 'oun-
tv Kloriila, \\ iiln.i : ilar
from Hi, linn of tin rsl
nuldii ii lion I......r the .-am. \\ ill
rred
Dated it in HTorid; .
lull V.I I
ROSAI INI) BE Ml
\- Exei utrix
F I puhlli al in ..f 'bi- not
tin li'.tl lull 1971.
in '.'. ai:i i i: IIIRS<'I|
Al tome) i"i I!-.- utrls
llsl S feet, .Miami Belli h I'la
7/10 311 0
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CASE NO. 71-7797
NOTICE OF SUIT
BETTY J ALBBITTl IN.
Plaintiff,
v-
Al BRITTON,
he
in business under iln fid.....us
ol SCIENCE EXHIBITORS al
N.W Tib \\.it.. North .Miami
Intends .....'glster said name
i.
Im
th- Clerk of ill. I'll
I >:,.!. Count) I
I la iNARD I. K
nil
MBA I.I,
; p.-_':'. '.i
name
122011
i '..
with
day of August 1971. or a
uill be entered against you
DATED this pnh day of Jul>
icit .nit i 'ourl SeaB
i: II. LEATHERMAX.
ci.rk of Circuit Coui I
By: I .1 NELSON
D.puM Cl.rk
Defaull
Jamaica, are required to file your
an.-wer to the petition for di--o|uti.n
f marriage with Ihe ci.rk of the
nbovo court and servi .. copy thereol
unon. Herman Cohen, Esq., 1310-111 fx
Congress Bide., Miami. Florida on or|],.
Iiefon August .'id. 1971 or else default
' will be entered against you Dated
, Jul\ 21, 1971.
i: It I EATHERMAN
i i.-rK of the circuit Court
By: R M KUWEE
M '|| Uil C..UI I S...1 I
7 S3-UU v B-13
V\ I I.I I AM II
Defendant
' T< \\ II.I.1AM II Al BBITTi '\
Resldenee ("llkliown
y.u ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that nn action for divorce has been
filed aguinsl you, and you are r.--
auii e,I to -.n. a copy of your writ-
I ten defenses, if any. to it on HBR-
: BERT I. IIEIKEN. Attorney for
Plaintiff, ii":: Ainsle) Building, Mi-
ami, l'|..iid:i 33132, and file the ..rici-
i lull with the ci.rk of the above
styled curt, on or before August '-'*.
PC l; otherwise, Judgment may be
1 enter..! against you for the relict
, demanded In Ihe Complaint.
WITNESS my hand and the
; said Court on July IS, 1971.
(Cir. uil Court Seali
K. It. LEATHERMAN,
., "lerk Of fh, -aid I'.lir
By: K M. l.YMAN
Deputy i 'l.-rk
11 of
I-1
7 j:;-:'." x 'l-ir:
v -1.1
IN THE COUNTV JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-2588
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
hi RE K late or
SALLY V. POWELL
I..........I
To All > 'rediton and All p. i
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 73986-B
IN BE i
- RAI .-s I v S'l ''
11,.,.,
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
i in., ii. rk ..i notice
n-
.....
I. lf'71
lo ,1, I
th,

| ton hi
II von fall 10 do
nil will In
. i .
DI- ..III!, Ii III
J I \
I iRI >KRE1> nl Miami,
il. da) of luP A H
" I
|KA I'IMI.VV, Cb I I
^^K. I i.ol. i \
R m
i Bi
FHON
tit i. an i
___llldini;
I313U
- g-IJ
liavi Bled ii Kinnl lb V
i I i-1nl.utIon tit
. I.ai Kl a- I '
STB M'SS HAN
on the lvi ii da> n
|i il II nl llhl
I iadi i ..iicii. Florida,
Id Final lb
li..n and filial db'haige
,,t Ih, Ktntl "I the
,ii iind P. ii-
i in
i .
I lll.1l
. i iin,- or Ilemnndfl \-a.n- .- i 'i <
! :
V,.u sre hen bj mil Ifleil and
..mi-. I lo l.....-in nil! chilli
maudi I n ic
ol SII.I.V \ I 'i
, I, of I lade 'ounl y, F
hln in -I i 'ounl ludt Had
I file mi
pi. \ ale,
Ii;, Ploriil Statutes, Iii tin
..i the 'mint) CnUI'H USi
urn
. cab-nds f niont
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-133S3
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN RE: The Man Inci ol
Will I VM l-:i.l .S\\ IRTH H KRRIS,
I lu-l
-ami -
Rl'TH S II VRII -
A Ifl
t \n::u-l. IS71,
pul.l lltlon ....... '
W'H I LA M EI.I.SU I 'Pill
II tRRIS
III L'" I
III
Taken
HEREIN N'oTI
| I soil i A i. I
Be
I er oi
Iii potitii i v lornej
VII, .|,|
bin Cireli
it. I.
III.II
a- EXi CUtol
am. 'I
|.*l"l III I '.hi I
I!
1,-nl Thi- 2nd day r.f Jnl\
NATIIANIEI P OANTZ.
i:\. cutor
MYERS, KAPI AN PORTER,
I EVINSON .\ KENIN
Attorne) -
11-a. s \\ en -i Strei t,
Miami, Florida 7/M.M.M 8/6
Dai- VII iml
lj .a ,:,:-. \ I
C.ENEVIEV i; -. I'M i -
HARVE> BANTER
\ |
nf tin- not
III- Mil, da. of Julv. '
BAXTER PRIK1 'M VN, KSiJS
By HARVEY BAXTER
tttorne) i.i i: int. of
Sall\ \ Powell
- -7 y.R lead Hired
\.,i :li Miami Beat It, Florldn
7 Ml


I

II
th, nlmve -t
the i::ili day !
u f|,ll lo d,
. ni hi di mil ''i bi
. ,, ... i rclli tlei
ild n,.|illon
wi, ORDERED 111 Miami
nti Fl.....In llih .!" ol

DONE
I,
a
' r. I I-' VTIIPPM \N
nl ihe 'In all 'ourl
11 I. r.....i. im...;.i.
[lj HELEN KB8SIJ5R
As Deputy Clerk
7 i-sa sa G i
thi: i'uI'Ntv .nimis coi'lrt
V.ND FOR DADP. coi'NTY. FLOR-
IDA IN PROBATE No. 7l>-28*3 TN*
RE: Estate of HFVEN .1. BYRE De-
ceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
MAKE AI'PI ICATION FOR DISTRr-
HI'TION AND FINAL I'ISi'llAllOB
NOTICE, i- hereby given that I have
filed mv Flnnl Ro|Mrl and Petition
for Distribution and i'lnnl Dlsehargu
in la.. iii.i ot the .-I......f HELEN
i BYRE, deceased; and thai on the
Itlth daj "I August, 1'.71 \ ill apply
in the Ib.....ruble Countj Judges of
ii,.l. Countv, Florldi tn\ approval of
-aid Pill..I Report and fill 11-I I iblltloll
and final discharge as Executor Of
Ihi estate <>" Ihe ohovc-named dece-
dent This IBIh d.-.v i lub. 1071
LI'CIEN II Wi M 'D \PD. Kxi ill I Ol
Ihi Bstnti nl i leli ni i : di c'd
nit I Si vl...|.l Pnii.i in ml 1 rids
l.l'CIE.N ': VVOODARD Vttnr-
i i Sovl old Build ml
NOTICE OF
WARFHOUSEMANS SALE
Nl 'TH'i: IS HEREBY HI! EN tlmt
n. i 'li.ioi.-r ..7- Flol idl
\ iie.l 11; 11 w in '..... man
III ,1 War house I API-T
VAN LF Florida i n.....i ntlon hy
virtui en has In Its
Ihe follow Ing ties, i Ihi I

.....rty
ol MP AM MRS l' HIN VVII.l IA us
\ \\ 771I1 Strei \' ml Florida
1 August.
1971 during the I, .-at hours of sale
bet iv. 11 1' for* ------n nnd
Ho- afternoon ni 21311 N W.
_ ni, \v an. Miami, Fioridn Ihe un-
, .1 hii offer for -ah- to the
hiehesl bidder for ivh In hnnd the
i .........v nf mi: AND
MPS Ii IHN \AI1 I I VMS
I led nl Vl'iml, Klorida. Ih
dus of July. 1971.
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Jewish FloridSiaiti
BniTnoricla^- Friday, July 30, 1971
Some Terrorists Confess
Others Tried And Shot
Section B
^Rabbis Debate Proposal Of
Amnesty For War Resisters
By BEX l, M.I.OB
proposal by .1 leading Ortho-
^aboi that after the Viet-
;wu- ends the VS. govern-
should provide amnesty for
Mentious war resisters who
ho another country and par-
for those jailed for such re-
Sistano :. he.-n ,'ini irsed by a
; Conservative rabbinical leader and
Bed by a second Orthodox
p. AJl three have been Involved
^DVuling service to Jewish men
^he armed forces.
|Ke statements by Rabbi Em.m-
^fcackman who offered the
?sal by Rabbi Judah N 1-
th. Conservative rabbi, and
bbi Louis Bernstein, appeared
^H current issue of Sh'ma,
lndep> 1. 1 journal of Jewish opin-
ion e ^^^B, a Reform scholar.
Rnbb. F'.iekm.ui 'Ms-'d his pro-
posal on the proposition there
formal recognition of
[legitimacy of objection to a
tular war even if it Is based
lively on moral grounds and
Ktive whether tr.e object ant
es in God or is committed to
ine will."
The U.S, Supreme Court has
yet to rule specific i!l> .in selective
oogggientious objection to the Viet-
nam w.i and I'*-.! draft Uiatils
have refused to grant CO status
to dial :.-, taking that stand.
Rabbi Rackman stressed that his
psopos.i! would provide that such
t^BIiency ivuull !> in order when
ts or administrators" were
Bed that the "passive resist-
I and the submission to the
lity of a jail sentence or the
ktions of flight was nobly
Wat. d
pi Rackman also irgued that
Iclemcncy "m',! rot be auto-
matic ui gratuit'.us" In that the
goveri c..-i,j easily provide
SUhstit
that 1 i- IV-:,','.' \v ould not
"altOgeMier evade his duties and
respon b.i.Mes a- 1 citizen." He
SSeften tii.it -u ') .;.>>. eminent.i!
action "would also induce a great
respect for law insofar as citizens
Would knmv th it strict law is tem-
pered by mercy and the legal sys-
tem is MTsitive to the moral con-
victions o! individuals."
The number of such wat resist-
ers who would benefit from Rabbi
Rackman'v proposal could not be
determined. There is no validated
information on the number of
Americ.-.iiv sentenced to jail on
such grounds of conscience. It has
been estimated that there are 80.-
000 war resisters new living in
Caned.1 ol ulum ib>ut one-third
are b...,,! 1.. i> lews, but that
figure h.-s not been verified.
The iliii. rabbis served as mili-
tary chaplains during World War
'. Rabbi Rackman is a member
the Commission on Jewish
Hdncy of the National Jewish
B'e Board, which processes
Bnical graduates for the mili-
chuplaincy. Rabbi Nadich is
^pmbcr of the Association ol
sh Chaplains of the Armed
Ps. Rabbi Bernstein served as
IT.an of the chaplaincy com-
ton of the Rabbinic Alumni of
teWi University.
. Rnbb Rackman disputed the
^^B arguments that such liberal-
(Dward war resisters might en-
the nation's safety. He
thai if too many Americans
seek to take advantage of
standard, it would indicate
se in power who had de-
war had failed to aporaise
ely "the general will" of
nerican people igainst that
"In a war supported by most
Americans, conscripted objectors,"
he argued, "would be fighters with-
out morale and it would be na-
tional suicide to rely upon them.
It would be wiser national policy."
he added, to conscript them for
non-war duties."
In endorsing Rabbi Rackman's
proposal. Rabbi Nadich comment-
ed it might be difficult to deter-
mine which of the men who tied
to Canada did so out of moral con-
viction but that it was his "guess"
that "the overwhelming majority
went into exile because of moral
conviction." He agreed with Rabbi
Rackman's proposal that such re-
sisters could be directed to un-
dertake services for the welfare
of the community. "Clemency di-
rected to men of conscience will
result in benefit to the United
States for the return of such peo-
ple will strengthen the moral fiber
of the totality of American citi-
zenry." he asserted.
Disagreeing vigorously. Rabbi
Bernstein noted that there were
troops "on the front lines in Viet-
nam who question the American
presence there but who have placed
the rule of law and democracy
over their private convictions He
declared that public discussions
about exonerating "those who have
ignominously tied their country"
might be demoralizing to those
still fighting in Vietnam.
Rabbi Bernstein, who argued
that Rabbi Rackman's thesis in-
volved a bnsic alteration of "our
current concept of democracy of
majority rule even if the ma-
jority is a single vote." asked
whether there should be two sets
of laws, one for a majority and
the other for a minority. "Such 1
double standard robs democr ;. >(
its meaning and reduces it to the
level of impotence and anarchy"
he contended.
He asked what yardstick should
be used "in measuring which extra-
legal acts can be cordoned." While
a nation might grant clemency to
those "who tore up draft cards as
an act of dissent." he asserted,
"there are those who blew up
college buildings and killed inno-
cent people because they disagreed
with the law of the land, and grant-
ing them clemency would be in-
herently wrong."
The "vitality and will" of the
American society which he de-
scribed as "still far superior to
any visible alternative, despite its
iniquities and im|ert'ections" is
being challenged Dy external pres-
sures in the Middle East as well
as the Far East." he argued. "It is
unreal to ignore this in such a
discussion." he said. "Our righteous
concern about individual consci-
ence becomes academic in view of
this threat to human freedom, and
only an America cognizant of this
danger and willing to resist
it can stop it."
Asserting that there were no
"particular" wars now. he argued
that "what happens along the Suez
Canal, for example, affects the
entire world."
(O 1971 Jewish Telegraphic Agency
TEL AVIV (WNS) Five
terrorists, members of a gang
responsible for 1969-1970 bomb-
ings in Tel Aviv. Haifa and Na-
tanya, have been arrested by
police here. The leader. Abdul
-Malik, 26. is an Arab lawy. r
from Nazareth who has defend-
ed a number of terrorists pre-
viously brought to trial. Three
of the members of his gang
were Israeli Arabs; the fourth
was a resident of Nablus. in the
West Bank, and a cache of ex-
plosives, bazookas and bazooka
shells, light machine guns and
demolition was found in the
schoolhouse where he taught.
Police said tiw five had con-
fessed setting off a bomb ill a
purked car on Karen Kaya-
meth Blvd. near IMzengoff St.
in Tel Aviv, another in a ear
parked in a lot near a Haifa
movie theatre and in two ears
parked in residential areas of
Natanya.
A terrorist who threw a gre-
nade at Defense Minister Moshe
Dayan's car as it passed through
Gaza April ". 1969. has gone on
trial before a military tribunal.
The grenade miss Dayun's ve-
hicle, but killed two Arab by-
standers and wounded eight
others.
Standing trial with the de-
fendant, a member of the r -
Ulur Liberation Front, are foi
other members of the orgajii/.-
tion who are charged with :.
lone list of oiieiisi-s, tectading
II murders in the Kl Shatti ref-
ugee camp in Gaza.
After an all-night pursuit an 1
a gun battle with an Israeli
patrol, five terrorists who were
on the "wanted list" were killed
last week in Gaza. Another ter-
rorist who was killed in the
Mouazzi refugee camp in the
Gaza Strip, was found to be car-
rying hand grenades.
After the capture of four ter-
rorists in the southern Golan
Heights, the body of a fifth a;> I
five Kalachnikof rifles were dis-
covered nearby.
School Named For Eshkol
RIO DE JANEIRO (JTAI -
The Governor of Guanabara S: ite
informed Israeli Ambassador :-..
hak H irkavi Tuesday that Ri 1
newest school will be named In
honor ol the late Premier L i
Eshkol of Israel who visited this
city shortly before his death thi >e
years ago. The school will
krown is "Escola Lev! Eshkol."
Intervene for Jews,
Rustin Urges Thant
NEW YORK (JTAI Civil
rights leader Bayard Rustin is
seeking United Nations help for
nine Soviet Jews who last year
signed a plea addressed to U.N.
Secretary General U Thant for
aid in their efforts to go to Is-
rael and are now serving prison
sentences after being convicted
of "anti-Soviet activity."
Mr. Rustin. chairman of a
Commission of Inquiry on the
Rights of Soviet Jews, trans-
mit ted nearly four pounds of
Commission documents to the
Secretary General with a cover-
ing letter. The documents in-
cluded the official jiolice report
on the search of the home be-
longing to one of the defend-
ants in the Kishinev trial, who
had signed the petition.
The character of the alleged
crimes becomes clear through
the description of the papers Im-
pounded by the police. Mr. Rus-
tin wrote. Included were Jew-
ish history books. Israeli news-
papers, Hebrew texts and let-
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Friday. July 30, \ 20 Greater Miami Area Women Attending
National CARIH Convention In Denver
Pi
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among the almoal #08 delegates
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nunl national auxiliaries conven-
tion of Ihc Children's Asthma
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n rSfiver, ("olo.. this week.
Conventioneers from the Miami
arei inrhtde Mis. Irving H. Mill) r,
national auxiliary board member
rronj Florida; Mr-. Paul Sobel,
president of South Florida Coun-
cil: Bro t!i of Ufe ol" Miami C'hap-
ler. Mis. Stanlcv O. Miller, prosi-
iii ii' Mrs. Albert Rodfcin, mem-
bership vice president; Mrs. Leo
Bravormnn .irul Mrs. Phillip Colrl-
borg.
From Lorber Chapter. Mrs. Arn-
old c.ms^m.in. president: Mrs. Ar-
ihu'. Newman, executive secretary:
and Mrs. Martin Rblsky: Miami
Beach .Chapter, Mrs, Sidney Rit-
terniiin> president; Mrs. I/il< Etas-
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t r. Mi -. I vina D ibkin, :>. es dent;
;.iid Mrs. Seymour Schwcifel. mi
hersl president: Pcshkin
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remoiiy. at which the volunteers
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very phase of chapter activity; >
Mexican Fiesta for delegates,
pjests and CARHI's children; and
purse presentation ceremonies, at
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Arthur 15. Lortxr. of Denver.
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|A seminar moctins; on the pre-
nion of blindness will I*' h<'ld
Jcrusiilrm Aug. 25-27 under the
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(pices of the Israel Academy ol
bicncs and Humanities. Dr. I. C
Ichaelson has announced.
i
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the Hadassah Medical Organisation
anil Israel Ophthalmological So-
Cieiv. n Mich i.'1-..n, head of the
JJepai' -,t oi ophthalmology al
8,> Hadassah-Hebrew University
al C< nter, i.s the convenor.
Then has been an explosion of
Hndness in the world: where
then we 5 million blind in 1950.
Hieiv an now 15 million, and the
tnbei of blind Jews in Israel
riser from 500 in 1950 to 9.000
in 1971," Dr. Michaelson said.
The causes of this increase in
blindness, said Prof. Michaelson.
were threefold: pre-natal or hered-
itary: degenerative or the breaking
down of tissues: and environmental,
where infectious diseases play an
important role.
Dr. Michaelson reported that Dr.
Shaul Marin and his group at Ha-
dassah are making a genetic map
af Cyprus, where about 79r; is due
to pre-natal causes, as a first step
towards attempting to control
childhood blindness there.
Some 20'; of the worlds blind-
ness is due to pre-natal causes: in
the remaining 80 !, the cause is
either degenerative or em iron-
mental, the proportion varying
from country to country. In the
developing countries, environment
is a more important cause of blind-
ness, as, for instance, trachoma or
other infectious diseases in many
African countries.
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Middle East and African countries
Who were blind on arrival in Israel |
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Hadassah's 57th National Conclave
Scheduled Aug. 22-25 In Cleveland
Notables from aPery \v*ik of life
in the United States and Israel
will Address Hadassalfa four-
day national convention in Cleve-
land A ur. 2U-25.
The speakers will include the
Hon. Yitzhak Rabin, Israel's Am-
bassador to the United States;
Sen. Richard S. Schwoiker, Pa,); the Hon. Abdul Zuabi. Dep-
uty Minister of Health and lirst
Arab member of the Israel Cabi-
net: Dr. Chloe Tai. Hadassah sci-
lentiRl who has developed a new
once&detection test; Brig. Gen
Aharon tfariv, head of the intel-
ligence Section. Israeli Defense
Forces; Charles E. 9Wbernian.'*du-
cator, and author; Prof. Seymour
Martin Upset, Harvard sociologist.
and Dr. Edward J. Bloustein, presi-
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Mrs. Max Schenk. national presi-
dent, announced that more than
2.500 delegates, representing 320,-
0?D members throughout the
United States and Puerto Rico will
attend Hadassah's 57th national
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and Sen. Schwelker will address
the opening plenary session Sun-'
day at p.m. Monday will combine I
workshops and plenary sessions.
In the morning, Prof. Lipset will
talk on "Being a Jew in America
Today." Mrs. Rabin, wife of the
Ambassador, will address Chug
Ivri (Hebrew Circle) luncheon in
Hebrew, on "The Modern Israeli
Woman."
Monday afternoon. Prof. Allan
Toilack. of Stern College, Yeshiva
University, .1 Russian expert who
has studied at the University of
Leningrad and the University of
Stockholm, will join I. L. Kenen.
editor of the "Near Kast Report."
in a foreign affairs discussion.
Mr. 7uabi. who holds the highest
political office ever held by an
Israeli Arab, will address the Ha-
dassah Medical Organization plen-
ary session Monday evening. He
served for various periods as D ;
nty Mayor of Nazareth and has
been a member of the Knessel
1 Parliament 1 sine,- 1965. The ses-
sion will also include address* b\
D Kal 1" J. Mann, di
i if HMi 1 v Dr Chlo '
T
I lav m > \| Si'l 1
and Dr Helen Kitti
the II idass ih Israel E luc
Service-; and head of the II id ss h
Community College in Jerui
wil talk on new methods of bridg-
ing the "culture trap" in higher
education, 1 challenge faced bv
educators in Israel and the United
States.
The afternoon plenary will con-
tinue the theme ol youth and turn
to the adolescent RrOUD, where Dr.
Joseph Klarman of Israel, world
director of Youth Aliyah and Pr
David Fanslfl. Columbia Univer-
sity School of Social Work, wil!
discuss the effectiveness ol" differ-
ent approaches to youth rehabilita-
tion and training, as they have
studied them in different wot
iel Hadass li is the l 1 esl
contributor lo Youth Aliyah, which
cares for 1,200 wards annually in
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Friday. luly 30, 1971
SOCIAL BRIEFS
by Isabel Grove
Rabbi Irving I-chrman and his
Belle send word that thej arc "en-
joying every moment In Israel."
They are finding it "exciting and
note that "the hotels are jammed
with tourists, the building boom
continues and we're carried alone
l.v the enthusiasm and optimism."
ii is Mrs. Trudy Hamerschlag, immedi-
ate past president of the Greater
Miami Women's Division of the
American Friends of the Hebrew
University, will be given a fare-
veil bon voyage luncheon at the
Crystal House on Thursday. Aug.
5. Mrs. Hamerschlag will be leav-
ing in August and following an
extensive travel itinerary, will be
making her home in Champaign.
111. She was not only active in the
Women's Division but occupied
many positions of leadership in
various organizations in our com-
munity. She will receive the cov-
eted past president's pin which
symbolizes the Torah of Learning
i.nd is given to the retiring pres-
ident of the Women's Division.
& & *
Miss Lois T. Pond, dancing
teacher, formerly of Manhattan
row living here, and Mrs. Gladys
Austrian traveling north the end
pi this month to attend the week
lor.g Dnnce Masters of America
convention to be held at the New
York Statler Hilton. They'll squeeze
fn as many Broadway shows as
possible in their free time, with
' No. No. Nanette" at the top of
their list since Miss Pond's former
I rotcge, Kenneth Carr, is one of
the load dancers in the show. Mrs.
Austrian's attention, of course, will
be focused on her daughters and
their families: Doris and Eugene
Zirtbare and their sons Jeffrey. 13.
and Ricky. 10; Marjorie and Dr.
Arthur Tarr and their two. Alison.
7. and Michael, almost 13. who
will observe his Bar Mitzvah in
September, giving grandmother
Gladys a good reason to start
planning that trip, soon as she re-
turns lrom the current one.
6 T> &
When Dr. Bill Cooper and wife
Barbara left Miami for a trip to
Mexico, they didn't realize they'd
be running into so many Miami-
area friends. But the lobby of
the Maria Isabel Hotel in Mexico
City turned into a meeting ground
for the next seven days, providing
spot to gather for late dinner \-
changes among the Coopers; Dr.
Alan Sobel and his wife Shirley:
Miami architect Ed Camner and
his wife Ida; Alan and Sue Kurz-
weil: Ron and Geri Levitt and Dr
Hal Taylor and wife Linda. The
consensus, by the way, is that the
Ballet Folkoloro (which will have
it- touring company coming to
Miami) should not be missed, the
pyramids outside Mexico Citv mast
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C? V &
Mi. and Mrs. Jack Ostrow of
i Miami Beach, have just returned
I from a month's stay in New Jersey
and New York. Highlight of the
trip was a reception and dinner in
honor of the Ost row's 50th wed-
ding anniversary. Held at the Gold-
man Hotel in West Orange, N.J.,
the gala was hosted by their
son Irving Ostrow and spouse, and
their daughter and her husband,
Mr. and Mis. Irving Chvat. all ol
New Jersey, where the senior Os-
trow s lived before settling in Flor-
ida. Some 120 friends and relatives
gathered at the festivities. The
junior Mr. Ostrow a lawyer, was
toastmaster. Mr. Chvat, president
of the New Jersey Council of B'nai
B'rith. extended greetings, and
then eldest granddaughter. Miss
Diane Chvat, now a post-graduate
student at Boston College, speak-
ing for herself and the five other
Ostrow grandchildren, paid trib-
ute to Mr. and Mrs. Ostrow. Fol-
lowing the excitement of the anni-
versary party, the couple spent a
10-day vacation in a Catskill Moun-
tains resort, paid a brief farewell
visit to their children and then
motored back to Florida. Long ac-
tive in the labor movement. Mr.
Ostrow served as president of a
Painters Local. AFL-CIO. for 26
years. He is also active in Hista-
drut and Boys Clubs activities.
Locally, the Ostrows are now in-
volved with the North Bay Vil-
lage Jewish Center where Mrs
Ostrow is a member ol the Sister-
hood.
a it
Local musicians, Bo mice and
Murray Schwartz, whose practiced '.
ears are certainly attuned to melo- I
dies, arc hearing music of a dif-j
ferent sort these days praise j
of the accomplishments of their
two daughters, Ariana and Deb-1
orah. The older, Ariana. attended
Sophie Ncwcomb on a scholarship,
graduated Magna Cum Laude and
Phi Beta Kappa, and was desig-
nated a Woodrow Wilson Fellow.
Now a teaching assistant at the
University of Illinois. Ariana's su- I
periors adjudged her students "su- j
perior to all others in the same |
rhetoric type classes." and predict
"a very successful college teaching
career in her future." Deborah, a
talented pianist with numerous
awards to prove it, matriculated
for percussion work. She was the
timpanist with the "All Miami
Youth Symphony" and has a schol-
arship to Boston University where
she will be entering her junior
year come September. Meanwhile
she is having a taste of being a
profession d in her field serving as
percussionist with the "American
Wind Symphony Orchestra" a
group of 45 musicians that travel
and perform on a barge along the
Alleghney, Ohio and Monongahela
Rivers. They will conclude the sum-
mer season in New York.
b & Seymour Peyton, recently nomi-
nated to membership in the Inter-
national Platform Association, is
planning to attend the group's an-
nual convention in Washington,
D.C. Among those Mr. Peyton is
looking forward to meeting is
Lowell Thomas, a past president
of the association. Art Linkletter,
Arthur Goldberg, Mrs. Drew Pear-
son and columnist Jack Anderson.
* CVnt.it S {*echini
B> 111 in MKKIS
UNDA K. CAKMU
Linda R. Carmel Will
Marry Robert J. Sossin
Mr. and Mrs. William Carmel of I
826 83rd St., Miami Beach, an- j
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Linda Ruth, to Robert i
Jack Sossin. son of Mrs. Faye Sos- |
sin and the late Abraham Sossin. j
A graduate of Miami Beach Sen-
ior School. Miss Carmel attended
the University ol Miami and is
currently employed as an insur-
ance secretary.
The future bridegroom gradu-
ated from the University of To-
ronto with a B.A. degree. He has
also achieved the designation of
Chartered Accountant IC.A) at
the Ontario Institute of Chartered
Accountants.
A December wedding is planned.
The Family el Hie let*
MRS. JACK
(Marsha)
wishes to Hiank all our friends
for their kind condolences.
Expressions of Sympathy may
be sent in her name
to the
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a new cook book called "The Art ,.f Arme l ol
Baboian (Doubled*) A Co., Inc.), has about 300 recip
Armenian dishes Mrs. Baboian explains that the Arm
kitchen was influenced by Russian. Turkish. Jewish ,u i \
... and indeed I found there many recipes that are well
known in Israel which can be explained by similarity of souro
of influence,
Some <>! my favorite sweets, can lies and cakes can be found
in the book, like Baklava. Lokoom. Kadoyif and Msunoul Irecipa
given hen-1. However, I do have some remarks about the way
the book is put together. I didn't care too much for alphabetical
order of dishes which puts desserts before st-ws, and cakes -
fore main dishes. I also have reservations atom the way th.'
ingredients are listed in the recipes. They arc not clearly marked
and it takes some time to know what ingredients you have \,.
buy or prepare. Here i> a recipe of cookies 1 remember
in Israel t!* way it is given in the book.
ALEPPO MAMOl'I,
liake at 375 degrees for 15 minutes 'makes about ''.
dozen).
Place in large mixing bowl 2 cups semolina flour or brine
or quick cream of wheat I semolina may be purchased
from Near Eastern stores".
Stir in 1 cup melted warm sweet butter or margarine and
6 this, warm milk. Lot it stand for 1 hour.
Mix in 1 13 cups sifted flour; li cup sugar; and 'i cup
shortening.
Knead until well blended.
Cul dough into walnut-sized pieces. Shape as a cone Then
shape .' hole in each piece. Fill with l's tsp. nut filling
i given below I
Arrange inches apart on ungreaaad baking sheet. Bike in
quick moderate oven (,'<7!S degrees! tor about 15 minutes
until mamouls are firm. Sprinkk' conf-ctK>ncrs' sugar on
a baking sheet. PLieo hot mamouls over sugar. Then
sprinkle confectioners' sugar generously on tops of mam-
ouls,, or spread marshmallow fluff on mamouLs iiist.' .,;
confectioners' sugar.
NUT FILL IN Mix together l'i cups finely chopped saalnuta, 2 tbls. sugar;
1 this, cinnamon and 1 tbls. butter.
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/TA M. POIMCK
Rila Pollack To
Wed Ronald Kraft
In N. Y. G Nov. 5
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Pollack. 110-45
7ist Road. Forest Hills, NY. an-
nounce thi* engagement of thoir
daughter. Rita Madeline, to Ron-
ald Stephen Kraft, son of Mrs.
Ann Kraft of Brooklyn. N.Y., and
the late Kmanuel Kraft.
The bride-elect, who was born
:nd raised in Miami, was a mem-
ber of the first graduating class
Of the Greater Miami Hebrew
Aca.iemy. She is a graduate of
Southwest Miami High School and
the University of Miami, where she
received a B.A. degree, and was a
member of Phi Sigma Sigma s >r-
ority. Miss Pollack, a Certified Pub-
lic Accountant in Floridi and
New York, is presently associated
with a leading New York City CPA
J;rm as a senior staff member.
Mr. Kraft, who graduated from
Tiifts University with a B.A. de-
gree in Mathematics, was affiliated
with Phi Epatlan Pi fraternity. He
is currently a systems executive
with one of the nation's largest
insurance companies.
The wedding will take place Nov.
7 in New York City.
Miss Janice Winer
Engaged to Israeli
Misg Janice Hinda Winer, who
spent a year attending the Young
Judea Course in Israel on a schol-
arship under the sponsorship o!
Hadassah, mot her future husband
while working on a kibbutz there.
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Winer of
M5 NE l7t;th St., North Miami
Beach, have announced the en-
gagement of their daughter to
Elan Glassner,.Kibbutz Kin Hana-
/iv. Valley of Beit Shean in Is-
rael. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Chaim Glassner. also of Israel.
Following the evening ceremony j
>n Sot. 6 at Kibbutz Ein Hana-
ziv. (which the bride-elects par-
ents will attend i the bridegroom
will make his first visit to the
United States. He and his wife will
honeymoon for a month in Florida.
New York and Massachusetts. The
couple will return to Israel to live
on the Kibbutz.
Miss Winer is a graduate of Nor-
land Senior High School and a
nember of Hashachar, Senior
Young Judaea. Her fiance, who has
served in the Israeli Army, is now
l hori-"'u,"-:t.
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Launched At Luncheon
The start of the 1971 United
"""und campaign drew one step
^loser with a reoeptior-iuncheon
v'd this week at the Dupont
Plaza Hotel for this year's partici-
pants in the United Fund's Ix>aned
Executive Program. Presiding over
the affair was Lawrence B. Shef-
fey. vice president of Southern
Bell who is serving as chairman of
the program for the second con-
secutive year.
Steve Clifford, production man-
ager for The Miami Herald, de-
livered the keynote address to the
45 Loaned Executives in attend
ance. representing 24 top local
companies and 6 United Fund
igencies.
Talk On Drugs Scheduled
The Four Winds social club will
hear a talk on "Drugs" by Col.
Aaronberg at a meeting Wednes-
day at 8 p.m. The discussion will
be Illustrated with color sl'd's.
Janis Levy's Engagement
To Joy Nemes Announced
Mrs. Meyer Yanowitz. 11420 SW
72nd Ave., and Lester J. Levy. 2105
Brickell Ave., announce the en-
gagement of their daughter. Janis
Arlene, to Jay L. Nemes, son o*
Mr. and Mrs." David Nemes, 1234
Van Burcn St., Hollywood.
The bride-elect graduated from';
Miami Palmetto Senior High
School and now attends the Uni-
versity of Florida in Gainesville.
Her fiance, a graduate of South
Broward High School, Hollywood
also attends the University of
Florida, where he will receive his
degree in Accounting from the
School of Business Administration
this fall.
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A new Hadassah group in North
Miami wnich will be affiliated
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Friday. July 33. 1971
Hadassah 57th National Conclave
Scheduled Aug. 22-25 In Cleveland
Comiiiiir.I from Page ">-B
2ti7 children's villages and day
centers in Israel.
. -/ ii
Following the youth session. D.-.
Joel Kraemer, who taught Near
Eastern Language* and Literature
it Yale, will address a plenary
session on "The Relation of Jewish
History to Life Today."" Hadassah's
Education Department is one o:
iho oldest in the organization and
publishes hooks and study guides
materials arc widely used by other
service organizations and by Indi-
Wometco Theatres
I ImTiIWI. I -O 1
I viduali for home study.
General Yariv will analyze the
GUI.. iu lecaoli situation at the con-
vention banquet that night. Dr.
Blouatein, who was president of
iBennington before accenting the
post at Rutgers, will address his
remarks particularly to Hadassah's
younger delegates in their roles as
the future generation of American
women leaden.
Wednesday morning the day will
begin with a prayer service and
fast on behalf of Soviet Jewry.
[Rabbi Israel Miller, president of
the American Zionist Federation
will lend the observance. There will
' Ik- o display Of die daily diet pro-
vided Soviet prisoners in a "strict
regime" camp, like the ones where
lews from the recent trials have
bet ii assigned. The balance of the
day will be devoted to workshops
and business meetings.
The theme Of the convention.
"The Power of One." which accord-
ing to Mrs. Walter Brecher, con-
tention chairman, and Mrs. Everett
K.'ilh. cochairman comes from the
Talmud, and says that if vou allow
one soul to parish, you allow the
i world to perish, and if you save
one soul, you save the world.
|0F A CITIZEN
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IXSESFO \
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New Boy Scout Troop Now Being Organized
Nate Si:x>ta, Ida M. Fisher Com-.Beach. It will meet at the school.
munity School Council chairman. 1424 Drexel Ave.
Ins announced the formation of a
new Boy Scout Troop on South
The adult steering committee,
which i< organizing the new troop,
was to meet at the school Thurs-
day at 1 p.m., under the chairman-
ship of former national Boy Scout I
director, Dewey Knapp, Mr, Knapp
is seeking additional a lull commit-;
Judge Norman Ciment, (right) son of the late Jack Cirr.ent.
presents the Jack Ciment Memorial Scholarship to Vera
Chazanow, a graduate of the Hebrew Academy's junior
high department who will be entering its senior high MsMOJ
for girls this fall, as his mother, Mrs. Regina Ciment, and
Irving Firtel, president of the school, watch. Recipient of
the annual scholarship are selected by Judge Ciment. his
mother and his brother, Melvin, a professor of mctherr.r.rs
at the University of Michigan.
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Center Elects Officers
NEW YORK iJTA' Th-.
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.971
fJewisti fh.tridmann
Page 9-B
uinar On Prevention Of
iclness Set August 25-27
much blindness
aimpawuid it> snr nm ftiwrnw i
countries In setting up eye clinics
in countries where there were no
'/"to ~^iophthalmolo^Uu at all. Local doc-
mess
I clinics, while doctors from Hadas-
Isah run the clinics in the interim.
' ophthalmologists at all. Local doc-
c.ises 01 tors ,1IKl nurs, s ape 1)eillg trainc<1
ess m Israel. in Hadassah to take over these
infec
pre-natal causes
those found in
Among^
1'iinal
.iu.se i
ated
I is prole
lie cvolut
ad Bl' '
it phase in
bepausi
in be tak>
eted'to tii
erative diseases,
ii- ;-.t is a major
tecs, It can be
Ten doctors from developing
lands have been trained or are be-
ing trained by Hadassah. In some
of these lands, an infectious dis-
ease called river blindness has
Illy, but surgery blinds 10 million pooplo. Trnohoma
the treatment at |livva,(>nt ,n al, thl, TOUntrios in.
.nd oxhaustiiiR. voiv<,i llWl.pt Uberia; somp
!' districts of Ethiopia, the preva-
lence i> as high M 9^';.
icuUirly ftoni developing; coun-
tries, laboratory scientist! who are
doing research on the pathology
and biochemistry of the eye, and
administrators who are battling
with blindness in the field.
;- i most import-
history of the dis-
. entive measures
the hole is de-
this reason, a
liomvidc
ophthal.
raeL ^Hc' the incidence
L possible to set up a
i-' holes retinal
tacbptnt .bility tables -
hidM B i" detennine
iiethsp a" indicated
> irtment of Oph-
i 4I1 the Depart
Through the eye clinics estab-
lished by Hadassah. medical as-
sistants are trained to fight in-
fectious diseases The Hadassah
ophthalmologists have examined
500,000 patients in Africa and
have performed more than 20.001/
operations, most of them for cata-
racts, trachoma and corneal trans-
plants.
Mole than 500 specialists will
attend the ".Seminar on the Pie-
vention of Blindness in Developing
and Developed Countries." The
> l .-,11 It,,' IV\-JJ.,| I-
I tional Cooperation I aim to to bring together eye doc-
JFotvign Ministry, have tors from all over the world, par-
ANNOUNCING
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"The grea' problem is that the
knowledge jf how to deal with
blindness is concentrated in lab-
oratories and hospitals in devcli>rd i
countries, and that there is a great i
gap between knowledge and prac-!
tice," Dr. Michaelson says. "The;
International Seminar aims at
making the scientists aware of the)
difficulties of the administrators I
and bringing the knowledge of the
research workers to the practical,
men. In fact, it will !* like a uni-
versal or world fair at which the
eye doctor* and the basic scien-
tists will lx' exposing their wares
to persons, such as director-gen-
erals of medical services, who are
in i position to apply them to the
different populations."
Among th participants will be
leading ophthalmologists from all
parts of the world, including 50
leading doctors from the United
.States. Organizations represented
will Ih' the World Health Organi-
zation, the International Societ}
of Ophthalmology, the Americai
Overseas Foundation for the Blind,
the Inte national Society for the
Prevention of Blindness. On the
administrative side, several minis-
ters of health and their director-
generals from developing countries
and many medical administrator!!
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Songwriter-Banker
Irwin Cassel, 84,
Victim Of Cancer
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IRWIN M. CASSEL
Songwriter investment banker
i win M, Cassel of 4301 Adams
'<>.. Miami Beach, died Thursday,
.iiiy 22, at the age of 84. He was
. victim of cancer,
A native of New York, Mr.
Cassel came to Greater Miami in
:012 and founded the New York
epartmenl Store in downtown
Miami that same year. During the
.' H20s. the store became Cromer
assel's; it was sold and renamed
irhards in 1939.
Mr. Cassel, a member of the
American Society ot Composers,
Uithors and Publishers and the
uneriean Guild of Songwriters,
had more than 90 musical compo-
sitions to his credit and often
a rote the lyrics tor songs com-
posed by his wife, Mana-Zucca. in-
luding the hit, "I Love Life."
Mr. Cassel, a founder and direc-
or of the Dade Federal Savings
jnd Loan Association of Miami,
eived as treasurer and director
if the Biscayne Federal Savings
and Loan Association mitil his
leath, He was a past chancellor
ommander of the Knights of
Pythias and a member of the New
irk Lotus Club.
Survivors include his wife, one I
ion, Marwin S.. and a brother,
Lionel, of Miami Beach, and three
;i andchildren,
Funeral services were held Fri-1
lav under the direction side's Alton Road Chapel; inter-
ment followed in Mount Nebo
Cemetery.
Memorial contributions may !>:
-Hide to the American Cancer
Society.
Jtevili
Jllemoria] Chapel
"jtwisH fustnAi ot*croS"
LOCAL AND OUT OF STATt
AHRANGfMfNTS
1891-6444
Mai.sha Wolf stein,
Efistadrul Leader
Mrs. .lack I Marshal Wolfstein
Of North Miami Beach died July
12. leaving her husband, Jack, two
children and two grandchildren.
J^Prcsideril of thc.Hisjadrut Wom-
en's Council oi South Fionoa, Mrs.
Wolfstein and her husband had
just returned from a trip to Israel
as South Florida's delegates on the
KO-man Histadrut study mission.
The tour had included the un-
veiling ot a plaque at the Bet Avot
i Retirement Home < in Kiryat Se-
gal near Tel Aviv.
Among other activities. Mrs.
Wolfstein had served as president
of the Emma Lazarus Chapter of
Hadassah for three years and had
held other positions of responsi-
bility.
While in Israel, they spent some
time with their daughter, Faye,
,i student there.
Dr. JACOB STEINBERG, 84
Dr. Jacob I. Steinberg, a co-
founder of the American Jewish
Congress and the Keren Hayesod,
died in New York recently at the
age of SI. He was a former national CASSEL
president of B'nai Zion. the Amer-
ican Zionist fraternal order.
SPIEGEL
larry H.. ar*iN.e. i.
men/ of l0SI H E.
- JO C' I. **
vary uJder'v on
July 18. Dearly
lover) and preoo.s
son ot June 1 o**4
Cy Sotegei, bro'har
ot Mark. Suivived
oy qraiidsarf rls
Jean and Ben Zim-
me-mao Minnie and
Max JtrtO'Cli. U9*1
Sp ese Uncles try
Zimmerman and
Beity ana At Gold-
stein and many o'ner relatives and
tnends whose affection and love gave
him such happiness. Larry was a very
special cmd. vav God give him oeace.
If there be a Heaven and only one per-
son there it would be ojr Larry. In .'leu
of flowers "-afce contr.butions to Sun-
land Training Center in memorv of
Larry Spiegel. Funeral services will bs
held 3:30 P.M. Tues. at "THE RIVER-
SIDE" ISIIO NE 1 Av. Interment
Lakeside Memorial Park.
RACKOFF
At.AN 1... "f BOtB 8 W 19th Bl .
panned asvaj Sundaj He wa* an
outstanding leader of Jewish Voulh
Groups a sophomore "ii the Dean'i
Llsl .ii Emorj L'nlversltj In pre-
iii.-.i president "f Temple Israel
Youth troup, an aclls lead* i In
tli. Southwest Federation of Tem-
ple Youth. :i member of thi N
t.....al Honor Society at Coral Part
s. hool and .1 member of the
National Forensic League He is
survived by bis parents Mr and
Mrs Anshel Backoff, n brother
H ayne, and sister Pattl Ann Bet t -
Ii u et held M.....la) al OortJon
Funeral Home with Interment al
the Star of David Memorial I'.irk
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-4112
In RE Estate ol ,,._
BERN RD in s< m t*
.....NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To \ll Creditors and All Per.....- Hav-
Ini Clatmi 01 Demands Against Bald
ECti I :. t.
YVU All-!.- '"', *'"' "''(if-
ed to present biij claims and demands
which you ma) have against the es-
tate n( BERNARD LIP8CHCTZ de-
ceased late of Montreal, Canada i"
the Counts Judges ..f Dade County,
and file the same In duplicate and aa
provided in Seqllon 73S.16, Florida
i Statutes, In theli offices In the Coun-
ts Courthouse Hi Dade County, Flo.
rida, within six calendar months from
the time of the tlrst publication hereof.
or the same ill be barred
11......1 at Miami, Florida, tins 1.MI1
I .ia\ ol March, A l> tt-Tl
HENRY LEWIS
As Ancillary Administrator
First publication of this notice en
! th.- tnd day of July. l;7l.
RICHARD t ORl ISS
I Attorne] t"i
, An. lilaiy Administrator
i".'. Lincoln Road,
! Miami Beai h, Florida
: t-*-18-ta

LEGAL NOTICE
A
BERGER. Morris C, ''. IO850 W
Baj Hat I"" I >t Baj Harbor Islai d
Riverside
ENGEL. Benjamin, -i II 1 James
Vvi .Ml'. Blasberg
FADER, Jei 1j 34, 1101 N Ki ndall
I 'r Qordoi
FARBER. i:m II uel 73 '''" x- H
Cl Gordon. Interme I .Mi Nebo
fein. Abraham, 78, 2861 Leonard Dr.,
\ M It Riverside
RICHMAN, Morris, 74, 8J4 Washing-
ton Ave., M B Rivel side
blinderman. Fannie, J6, : i> West
Ave., M.B Riversldt
BROWN, Fi 1570 X I". 181 si
St., N.M it Riverside
ELLINS, Morris, 65, n,r. Weal Avt
M.B. Riverside.
HELMS. Elliot. 86 R31 N E I si
x.-w man
KAUFMAN. Rose, 74, 840 Ml
M.B 1 lordon Interment .'.It N'ebo
LOEWY. Samuel. 77. 2106 N.E I67tl
St I
OBER, Benjaml 10 \.\v 5th
Ave Gordon. Interment Ml Nebo
ROSENBERG. Mildred, 03, I5E0 N E
88th SI 1 hi
antonoff, Harry, 71 1680 N.E
ISist St N.M.B. Riverside
Silverman, Benjamin, 80, 1014 Eu-
clid Ave M B Riverside
ENGELBERG. Daniel, !. H"i W
Slat St., M.B Riverside.
fox. David, 77. 8(01 Collins Ave..
.\i 11 Riven di
levy. Benjamin, 78, 820 Collins Aw.
M R Riverside
MARCUS. Anna, 78, _:::: Harding
Ave M B Blasberg.
ii:\\ In m m of 1301 Adami Ave
,. ed .I'--a) Juls' 22 He came to
\l laml Beai h -: > ear* agi
N v The authoi of 11 Los Llfei
.mil :.....tin 1 published 1 01
A men V.S.C.A.P r eel
Mian 11. \ 'i in \\'\..
Foundei and trei urei
Federal mil Dnd< Federal i-. \. 1 .i_.
and I ":i 11 II. is sur\ i\ ed by hli
Mrs Mans Zuci t Cassel om son
n ..f .M 1: brothi 1 Llom
M r.. tli'-.-.. grandsoim 1 li
Jnmpt and Thomas Si 1 .....- ere
1 d al Rls'ersldi Memoi ml *hapel
w iO\ Interment al Ml \. i> Ceme-
terj
LEGAL NOTICF
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBl IIIVE.N thai
ih.- undi deiIring to ens
bualnei he f 1 tltloui nan 1 ol
BEXY Hi:At IV SAI.'i.N ji SS8 N.W.
i--ii Avenue, Miami, Florida Intend) to
register s:>iil name with the Clerk "T
the Circuit Court << Dadi County,
Florida
PETRA P MORA
.. ||
IN THE COUN IN 3( .
IN AND FOR DAJEV
FLORIDA-
No. -
? ARTHUR w pbimx
NOTICE TO C.,ldit2
in RE: Estate ..1 U"0H,
ANNA ENOEL
1.....
To mi Creditors 1
.KM.,',?*""' "r ""
You an h. r. !>ne J
quired to presem J
in.1 iii- wim-h you
the aataU "f ANNA
. .1 1,it. ..t 11.
tn th.- County .luiit.
and file the same
provided m 84 1
Statulea, In th. i-
tj Courthouse in 11 ty. 1
Ida ittitn mx ali
the time of the fli j, 11M|
..t. or tin same will I
Mte.l .it Miami 1
I
i-nCiT
n. aa
1 it ru*i
iin.n i
da) of July.
SYI.V
Al'
12 T
Aa Bxi eal *
Flr^t publlcaU
the Kin day ..f July,
1" "'DM AN III H /
Attorne) foi Bxex ut
1100 "oncord Itiitt
it:
Twi
Igflsf
th.
NOTICE OF ACTION
nuiitt OF ACTION g< _
IN THE CIRCUIT COLBT ." *"
A\.
St
perelman. Clarence N
Collins Ave M B Riverside
ROBERTS. Emmy M t:
Ave., MR Gordon
SOMMER. Josel 78, 8232.
Ave M B Riverside.
BERNSTEIN. Mi.Hie. S9. 1H41
v.'tli Ave Oordon.
Davis, Louis, 7$, MOO 1: Baj
bor Or Bay Harbor Island
Riverside
DiiBERSTEIN Mose 7"
linK Ave. M.B Riverside
ELLISON. Frieda B 75, 2801 Collins
Ave.. M.B. Riverside,
plotkin. Samuel D., 87, 853 Bis-
cayne r.lvil Newman.
POLLACK.
I r-vltt.
RESNICK.
\ve R|vi
SEAMON.
Rd M.lt
Harry, 7" | 1
lr.iiu
81,
Bay
14490
Esther, v'. 77:.
rslde
1 h iambi 78,
. Riverside.
unger, (tussle 11 d< I
N \v nth Ct Riverside
LEWIT. James, 78, l""" Bay Rd
M.B. Riverside
SCHRAij.. David M. Ti.. u:: 1 Collins
Ave m.b. Riverside.
shea. Bather, 81, 81(1 Collins Ave..
m it Riverside
soffer, Noah. Tn. 100 Lincoln Rd.,
M B, Riverside.
zitomer, Bertha, 71, r.ti Jefferson
Ave m it Riverside.
CHESMAN. Samuel A.. 81, 4"1 f.9th
St M.B. Riverside.
KIZINIEMI. Clarlys. 46. 3700 SW
S8th PI Riverside.
YAMSHON. Yetta. 70. 64.10 Collins
Ave.. M.B. Riverside.
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-14387
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
in Hi- Tin- Marriage of
;i ILLKRMtl m l.NZALEZ.
Husband
.mil
K< ISA MARIA OON2 \l EZ W fi
Ttl ROSA MARIA GONZALEZ
Calle :' No a -11 Parkside
Capai i.i Heights,
Puerto Rico VMM
You, ROSA MARIA GONZALEZ,
at-.- hereby notified that a Bill "f Com-
plaint for Divorce hai b< n fili-.l
against you, and you are required to
serve 1 copy of your Answer or Plead-
Kill ol Complaint on the
Plaintiffs attorney, SEYMOl'R \l
i.it.max. 612 Ainaley Building, ittli
Northeaal 1 si Avenue, Miami. Florida
83182 and file the original Answei "i
Pleading In th.- office ol the 1 'l.-rk .(
the Circuit Courl on or before the 1-1
i!.i> of September, 1971. If you fall to
Hardlne ''" v" Juagmt ii by default "ill he
taken against you for the relief de-
manded in the Hill of Complaint
Tin.- notice shall be published oni
each u.-.-i, fur four consecutivi
1111 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
I'i INE AND IRDERED at .Miami
Florida, this L-'th da) of .luh A D
I'.'71
1: It I BATHBRMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
B) 1: \l K18SEB. Deput) Clerk
II 'ir.-uit 'ourl Seall
SEYMI ill: M I.ITMAN
612 Alnsle) Building
14th Northeast l-t Avenue
Miami. Florida 8213!
Attorne) for Plaintiff
ro, -.'."i
Collins
S \\
Har-
Co|.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
IN CHANCERY. NO. 71.1)118
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
In i.-. the marriage of
i:i>\\ Ai:i. i.i:\ INK Hush
and BARBARA LE\ INK \n
ii i BARBARA LEVINE
113 i 'arol Lane
Toledo, Ohio
You, BARBARA IJCVLNE, are here-
b) notified thai a Bill mplalnl
fur Divorci l... I--. n filed
you. ami you are required l<
a cop) of your Answer or Pleading
to the Bill of Complaint on the Plain-
tiffs attorney, JOEL l> ROBRISH
2835 ink As el u. Suite 16, I u
Grove Florida 23113 an.I file the
original Answer or Pleading in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on 01 before the ISth day ol
August, l71 l( you fail I., do so
juiiunieiit b) default iii be taken
against you f..i the relief demanded
in the itiii of Complaint
This notice shall he published once
eai h .-.-k (..i four i onset utlvi ....
In THE JEWISH KloltllHAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this I2th day of Jul) -\ D
K it LEATHBRMAN, Cleric,
Cln mi Court, Darte County, Florida
B) i: M K1S8EK
Deputy Clerk
(Cin tut Courl Seall
JOEL li Rl IBRI8H
:-" -.Ik Ave Sun.- 16
"' .....vi Florid
Attoi nej : p tlntifl
7 16-23-30 S
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Open fyery Day C/oied SoSbolh
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Mien i s Only Strictly Jewish
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
PETITION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
No. 7,-14346
Marriage t.f
521S?B 1.-l:vlN'-: Husband, and
MAR LB VINE Wife
Tt '. MARY LEVINE
2615 Olenwood Road
Brooklyn, New York
You. MARY LEVINE. are hereby
notified that a Petition for Dissolu-
tion has been filed against you, and
you ai. niiuir.il I,, ..rve a c.pv f
- .ut Anssver or Pleading to the Petl-
,oi, for| Dissolution of Marriage on
th.- I etitiotiers nttorm-v !.-, n-n, e (
I orter, Suite S04, 1160 s \\ mni
sti-t. Miami, Florida 3313(1, and file
he Original Answer or Pleading ,
he off,,,, ol th, (.,,.rk f ,. '
i ..urt ,, r I,. fre (he lt day of
s.l.l.nil.er 1,7, |f you fail to do so
lodgment by default win he take,
mthe -V.,.U,i,f."r "J" r,""-f *nu"1ed
Marriage. "" '"r "t-"1"'"'" of
eJh"weeLi'r" 1,:'" '"' W*rtsd once
?"..."* f"r '""f Consecutive Week-.
hi THE JEWISH FI>ORH)IAN
nSrid?,:VM'."DKI!I-:d i Miami.
Ho,,.la .this |fth day of July A g'
B B LBATHERMAN, Clark
t.ir.-u.t 11 ourt. I'a.le Countv Klori.la
"v: C. P. COPEI^nd
,r .. ^ Deputy Clerk
It iriuit Courl Seal)
LAWRENCE C ."ORTER
Myers. Kaplan, Porter
Levinson A K'eniu
Suite 304 1160 SW First Btreet
Miami. Florida 33130
::71-:i4l
Attorneys for Petitioner
7 3ft i i;-l::-.-,i
____NOTICE UNDts
.____FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTItK IS HEREBT GIVEN thit
the undersigned, desiring to enaaee
7433 Collins Avenue. Miami Beach
t'i',hd?,"".'r,n,ir to.register said n^n7e
a'S ih of Dade County. Florida '
B.V.a ENTERPRISES. INC
By: Betty Epstein. Pres. "
7/8-16-23-30
ELEVENTH JUOICIAL CIRCl
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTV. FLORID*
No 7- .14
DISSOLUTION
h. RE: Tits Mai i la
I.KNSKY A LOYD
v vET Ml'
Tt .Ta.NET M Lti
...I.i, ,-.-s Uli i> -
rssMance uns
You are hen
petition foi Di
l- has i.i. ti
you jre hen
,pj of your a i
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so, Judgment b) di
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in the Petllloi
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NOTICE OF ACTION
(No Propi
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF '- s.
tLtVENTH JUOICi-. C "--
OF FLORIDA IN A\D F0=
\nd
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
OADE COUNTV. FLORIDA
No 71-1379*
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
I RE Th.- Marrtag.....
LAZARO R PBRNANDEZ husl
and SILVIA NARCiSA I'Kin:/.
CANTO FERN \XDEZ. wlf.
I" SILVIA NARCISA PEREZ
'ANT" PBRNANDEZ
Dltmars Boules .."I
Astoria Neu S'..rk 1103
ypv ARE HEREBY notified that
a i etltion foi Dlssoluti......f Marrt-
"' has been filed against \-u and
'"" hen x requlri .1 lo sei .
" '" 'I youi answer or other plead-
Ins to the PetHU.li on the Husbands
""'".v LESTER ROGERS, whose
\ ."" .a ",'' N W i:"' Avenue
Miami l ksrida :;:;i.-,. and file the
original with the Clerk of the ibov,
styled Court, on or hef..,r the !7th
Su k Au,ru,-1- '' or a Default
will be entered against you
DATED this 10th .la> ..t Julv 1TI
it iri-uit Court Seal,
H II LEATHBRMAN
Clerk of Circuit Court
H> It M KI88EE
Deputy ci.rk
7 U M s-13
iitr;
isn
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTI0*
No. 71-1421^ may
ACTION FOR n
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE V
In HE Tin Mai riaai 'li IN
I'ERl -MCA AOOSTI.N'i
BERNARD DAVE AOt
llu.-l... nd
Ttl BERNARD DA\ K "STIXf
You BERNARD I >.\ r,, hi
are hereby notified j
foi Dissolution of Mai i "
iii.ii against you, ii-ll
muii .-il to sei re ^
ten defenses, if any, he I '
titionei attorney, \ i \M
i:\skv. iiu4 Com ,i_
\v. -t Plagter Btrei "
II and flit the orli ?!
I the Circuit i ...
fore the 80th da)
'. ise a default
against you for the "O
in i in omplalni or ; iiia
T'-i- notice shall hi < a. li we.-k fur four i I III
i in-: JEW isn i'i di
I" >NE ASH ORDKItl
KI ml.i. this -'.ill ... It.
!"-i .-e*
B It LBATHE _
in uit Court. Dadi <
NOTICE UNDER
.. FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
!'.V.s."irss u"'l*'r ,h fictitious name
,f 'KNTI-RY EXHIBITS at 31 NW
8th Street. Miami, norida. Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
Klond,' 1"u" "" 1 <^.-e I'.ium,
BARON DISPLAYS, INC
smith: M.vi'.f'J!'"'""- ETIO*nt
PAMTJBR UTH A
ttttzstfssir*******
Miami Beach, Plorida 3313;.
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By 1: \i -
Deput;
(Circuit "in s. al 1
-SI IIKKT Wll RNSK I
1 104 1 'oni ..ril Ituil.ln .
Weal Klai.-I.i- Bti 1
Miami. Florida
ai 1. 1 ue) foi Petltionei
TH
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1 a
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--------------------------------- "*;'
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW ""
NOTICE IS HEREII IHE-N '
the undersigned, desiring
In business ander th< "' :j -,(
of AKTIICK N SIM '\ *,*'
at !-. N.W Math Terra.i rrw
Beech, Florida lnten.1 -':;* ml
said name with the Clerk of tst
cull Court Dade 1 u
ASlSCi >. IN'" .
BY: ARTHIH BTADI-EN I
BAXTER PRXEDMAN
Attorneys for Applicant
1-7:. n i-: ictrd str-.-t
North Miami Beach. KI 1
n
ISIS
r, j-ll-l
IN
THE COUNTV JUDGE'S COl."
IN AND FOR DADE COUNT'.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-2*27
The
to
ii
(JOHN R. BLANTONI
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
solicits your ,4jgnl notices
Weappreciateyour
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at ideal
rates.
Mai 273-460S
rotmcssiHct* sftvra
In RE: Ksi.it.- of
PHILIP K. POLI^ACK
lie,-eased. 0
To All Creditors and All Person* 1(1
ing claims .,r Demand tl ""
Estate: < ~ '
You are hereby notified '"".,,
uuir.-d to present an) "' ',,i--
mamls which you ma} ';;',',,
'I.....state of I'HILII' K ti
deceased late of Dade '' ;\ m
Ida, to the County Judges eijgj
County, and file the
cate aud as pn.% saed
1. Florida 8talutes.
in the County Courthouse
County, Florida, within -'.'
10
irl
I
JW
11
s-i II i*J
u5Tffl^
in !* i-lii*
oil'f-
lillit]
roll
months from the time
publlcstion hereof, or the *!""
be barred. .. ,,, M
Dated at Miami. Florida.
day of July, A D. !'.*T1
ANN S POI.I-V K
As Executrix ,;
First pi.blicatlon of this "oc"
the th day of Julv. 171 .
SPARUKH, ZEMEI. ROSM-> "
HEILBRONNER P.A.
Attorneys for Ee,-ulri ct.
100 No. Biscayne Blvd.. HffiiSTM

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idoffWf 30. 1971
*Jeistnaridliar,
Page 11 -B
The One Year Old
American /ionis! Feder
y BEN .. FRANK
"nc year ;i-r<> Mi'inorial Hay
ckendf in Philadelphia, the"
teriCOJV* Slonisl I-\ (ii-ralion wa-
ll. antf-Ilk. the \:i iittlef OiK'-v. ir-oWK ih,. k.h!-
It.-jiiiliiiK and is here to
iy. I
It inajr-BH U- mi as firm tootingI
-uid* vteukl like, but already,
12 nMOtlis. it .las achieved ,,
eat dttl an I has a lot ^oinu
it:
Tv/ttttf local Zionist fedora
have tX'.-n ,-st ibli.sti.it an.l
Uv-TOShould be :W by the fall. |
An Iaapro\,vt iiiiic of Zion-
*nt it ;'' this with an as-'
So-:
>d run aliyah con-
by its enemies, th,
vieii nd the Arabs.
ItMWp-,l
ferwees
In tth' \ I'..! an a ol |niVia
opMon. t sponsored fours of
laraiF by newsmen and hi-l'l
(emtoai tor Christian eleruv
vild probably 'Host imuortant.
one-jen ilil-. e\.-n with the
s aiWlhat [)ilitle.il m-fi^'htiii'-;
t canfecui-'1 a new institution, it
I lopcttl' I )'' \ i'i /.."I!
anuatWtis ami 10 Zionist youth
\i mentS '' ''.Hi f' n11'' l-'il it to
ill Mil:
h areas i> youth, aliyah an I
>lic inform :t
.lost obs> b,-l,.'\ it .till
not yet i, ,e!ied the "in 01 d(
form llle more perfect union
' Ntt i! to !< the U S. col-
es a dltit'l
icration to
V'Hcans still
Vo iehk'\i ii
-,.s.
i move fro n con-
union art i ""
question whether
it In neurlj 200
:>
\nd anotn-
- Str ;i
may win. ili- Keiler-.tion in
-_: 0 got a mi ssrM' f'M'ii an 1--
mintsti who ncl uallj
the sttvnuthi
li prime
nira
11 ism.
I'd hoW'tlv i-.-ilc. ition 10 ;,
i prove i "' '/ el-'
inv|A-,it.. American Zi.ur-ir
i'Ucfc'as !! c 'ill I. h b.'-n
'aslrfor the ".nil .11 Mi,- h.'lni
: lie pTO;-1'' "-! as on, i>''.s-
v oulk'! h n I! iKlij Israel
r. pTOBiili nt ot tin- Fcileration.
.-
nd Ml noted R ibhi who is
ninelMly i i Orthodox Judaism .\nd who is
president of Yostiiv.i Univet-
>.'. Jioa diartod a course that if
essful could brin'.; Zionism,
greater influence within the
rican Jewish community. He i
urged, and most follow him.
lave We Federation move out.
ihe gonmimities the sub-
. and-the cities to form and
ngthen local Zionist f,-dora-
; to Orcani/e in the first year
needed bodv structure.
an Interview. Rabbi Miller
,'..-, i ted he b.'lieves Zionists will
morcCpow, iful in the Jewish
J munity "ii the national level
n it *fc stronger on tlv local
. That"- p.irtlv why the nil-
isLs Olfc>lo<'a! fedelations.
tituent-
leialion, under Rabbi
dersiiin. is determined
"simple roof organiza-
iini' which serves its
ference, has traveled throughout
ihe nation this pact year to open i
new fi ,le rat ions, to speak at.coitr'!
leieno s, to be the sometimes!
needed conciliator. He has put:
it emphasis on conferences on
aliyah which t'.ie Federation has
organized together with the As-1
soeiation of Americans and Ca-
nadians for Al.ayh and the Israel
Aliyah Center.
Soft-spoken, but firm, he is the
first to talk about the Other side
of the coin: the ron-aecomplish-
mentt, so to apeak. While the
Federation now has the privilege
to enroll individuals as members.
Rabbi Miller pointed out that the
Federation just h:ts not begun a
concentrated effort to gel Individ-
aals Into the Federation on thus
basis, because it has bivii orga-
nizing local federations.
Even on forming local fedora-
lions, it has not lieen able to move
s fast as it vvants because of
staff and budget limitations, ae-
wording to Rabbi Miller. There are
ire is it has "not even touched."
such as New England, it engage I
four regional directors, but ob-
viously needs more.
In the field of public affairs, it
has maintained a strong program
including its information and com-
munity activity. It is the Federa-
tion I'll on rli hook fonims or'
iuhl I has brought impor-
in looks on Isr id. written by
Jews and non-Jews to the '- <>n-
ral community. Ii has been ac-
tive in nubile relations work with
',! i sv ciall> its tours t i
cial seminars in l lunch-
ins, but i> need- inti sification
and expansion.
li has conducted outsl ind n
nars on such pr igr ims
as the Palestinians, .and the Arab
tor o- Ists: and -> ins. ired eom-
munity I le Esi ael Indppi ndi
Daj celebiTtions, and it wants t,
1 i mo ill lies aiea to make the
c on the community il must
make
It has not yel made its cxnectcd
impact in areas such as Jewish
education and Jewish youth. Rut in
tlv area of Jewish youth, il is
forging a closer working relation-
shin between adult Zionists and
the American Zionist Youth Foun-
dation, iriiin particularly on the
local level,
Hai hi Miller, the former chair-
man of the American Zionist Coun-
: ell and former chairman of the
American Jewish Conference on
' Soviet Jewry, is an optimist:
"The Ani'iiean Zionist Federa-
tion." lie said, "probablv is the
toughest communal job I have ever
held. And it has not been easy sO|
far. Rut in the end it probably will
be the most fulfilling for me. For
the Federation is here to stay.
One must crawl before he eon
walk and the American Zionist |
Fedc at Ion i- now walking and!
by age Iwo its muscles will Del
flexed,
After all, it was Golds Meii
who i ilil the Fe leratlon and the
American Jewish community in
that now historic message of sup-
port for its membership drive: "Do
not underestimate the present
force and future potential of the
Zionist movement.' "
h'i l71 Jewish Telegraphic Ageno
IIGAI NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT.
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
No. 7I-1945 (Primm)
IN' UK: lil.AlUHANSllIt' UK
liKIK.ill.Mi i;aia
.Minor
CITATION (Publication,
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
To ADMKNA i.KAhn A,i.ir. un-
known and all oitivr liertKmu eonvvrii-
td:
You SM hereby notlfU-U that .1 p.-ti-
liuu hns been tii-a in Kuld Coart pray-
ing tor LETTERS OK C.lAClilAN"-
SHII' UK DBBUUAH BAIN, a mraor
and you are lirrehv raquirod to tile
your written defenses theiel,, viithiu
thirty days after the firxt putillcation
or poHting hereof, uud serve copy
thereof upon petitioner's attorney,
*-hoe name and addreim are: t^iw
Office of itohert ii. Buraa, :::. Llnooln
goad, Miami Uearh, Klu. ii you fail
to d,, -o. Judcowut may be entered
in due course upon the petition,
WITNESS my hand and the Mai ol
Maid CoUli at .Miami. I i.,d.- County,
Florida this ;N;r AKTHI.K W. PRIMM
County Judge
By: l.ms F PA8TORKIEI.Ii. Clerh
ICIrcull Court Seal,
7 SO s K-13-20
1 may even be able to gel you a six month
Lease."
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 71.13845
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IX UK Th. Marriage ol
I: A I I. la is. hurdmnd and
i:i Mill li 11 la is. u i,
'la tll'NHIf.lJ Ii la is
II, line,.Il
IVeKi i lertnanj
V'ir ARE Hi:i:i:i:v N'oTIKIKD
thai .i Dissolution ,.i .Marriage hu
heeli tiled ngainfl >,u. mul you lire
r< i|Uir. tl ei .. ., ,' i,pj ol
your .ni-r.. i or other (tleadlng i"' the
I It ion oil He- Huxbantl
LESTER UOOKRR, whose a,Idle.--- i-
H.".4 \ U ITlli Avenue, Miami. FI..
iad.i :::il'".. and file the original with
Hi,- Cl.-rk of ill., ah. tj led Com I
on or before Ihe Tth .In ,.f August
'''< i n I', i.nili will b. in. red
agaiiiMl ynu
DATEH tins L'lsi rtnv of .lulv IS'"I
K n i i:ai iii:i;ma\
i i.-ik ,,f Clrruil <'.'in i
111 .;. il 11.MAX
.."ii.mi iv>uri Seal)
7 .':- 10 S I
MERCHANTS
MAKE EXTRA
PROFITS FAST!
HERE'S voor chance to ex-
pand vour business and in-
crease voor orofits at $min
cost' We have, tor lease, a
tew Booths in our haavv traf-
fic. hihfv Dromotronal farm-
ers market Nd* seliina
oroaram. A sotclal oooortunt-
tv for mens and womens aD-
Derrel and shoe merchants.
Act fasf. oet aboard our bra
profit Band Waeon.
WKITf: n a. a. %
THf JEWISH FL0HDIAN
P.O. SOX 2973
MIAMI, FU. 33101
HIALEAH
MERCHANTS MART
hi
I riVr.itii.ii is hill an:
US -ui'.l as Vissmu
rountii s Son-Zionisl
a- n ireta of r ibbls
il with ih, l-''.l'- i-
\\ 0] l< to many in si'v-
orgnnl il cor-
l.s. It li s sfnrtcd an
mbersh I true,
.''I'M '/.'.'.
\ i i ill at has .,1 ail-
1 Xi hi -i i>.....
ui il lni|" s for a
.I | ol he rr. II
Wniik and Abra-
i ami others to bo
th Federation.
I Mllli'i'. w ho also is \ iw
man of tli.' Prcsirii'iits Con-
S-J tli
rban .
atlili
^n tlr-
4

MA-
0 -i
:- ''\r
\.....
United Fund Charity Day
i der Ii ice i 'ourse w as to ho) I
s ir-i nnual United Fund Char-
> Day mi Thursday, fPnturing
i ,-\ i iit-- beginning il no n,
special r.u'i's m iMiinrai,; the United
l-'iir.d ,-'.inl 1 aw,11al ti> the
traek.

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SPECIAL SAVINGS SALE
BALLYHOO ONLY 99c Dozen
CUSTOM MADE RODS (Diamond Wrap)
SPINNING REG. $35 to $40 $16.95
BOAT RODS WITH STAINLESS STEEL AFTCO ROLLER GUIDES
REG. $80...... $39.95
REELS UP TO 50. OFF
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IS ALWAYS ON HAND TO ASSIST YOU!
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omoetent
We don't claim to know the most about air condit-
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Maybe we are not even the best and for sure we
won't be lowest in price or the highest.
It is a fact that Dave Shoopman has over 23 years
experience.
He has done thousands of existing homes in Dade
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We do all the work ourselves.
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We service and guarantee 100 what we install.
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Friday. TafrfrJ
t*n -.'-^*.|
GET ACTION-SAVE MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS A GET BEAUTIFUL GIFTS!
ACTION SAVINGS UP TO 30*!
QUICK ACTION GETS BIG SAVINGS!
m
MAYONNAISE
= HELLMANN'S I FOOD FAIR
CHUCK
TOP
U.S. CH0ICE3I
WESTERN I
LIMIT ONE JAR CITHER BRAND. PLEASE, WITH
f'THER PURCHASE i ->F S7 OR MORI EXCLUDING CIGARLTT
STEAK
OR
ROAST
BONUS SPECIAL! SAVE 20
SUCARYL
WESTERN SELECT
LIQUID
SWEETENER
SAVE 16c WHOLE SPICED
6-OZ.
BOTTLE
70Z $4
CANS
White House Peaches.....4 >
SAVE T2c-FOODFAIR
Fruit Cocktail.............
GOLDEN CREAM STYLE
Kounty Kist Corn........
CRUNK LIGHT
Food Fair Tuna...................can 39c
8'.' OZ.
,..CAN
10'
bonus spi'cial! save 5< -food fair
PINEAPPLE
JUICE 3 ts T
SAVE 4c
Clio Olive Oil......................bohle 35c
FLAVOR PACKED
Towie Salad Olives..........]0>*?7 59c
COCONUT CHOCOLATE CHIP
Nabisco Cookies................pkg. 59c
PERFECT FOR SNACKS
'! 49c
FOOD
Sunshine Hi-Ho Crackers
BONUS SPECIAL! SAVE 18C-SEALTEST
LIGHT N' LIVELY
ALL FLAVORS 4% 8-OZ
YOGURTJcups
WISCONSIN
Baby Gouda Cheese...
DELICIOUS DRINK
Master's Fruit Punch.
PERFECT FOR DIPS
Master's Sour Cream c?/ 39e
. FOOD FAIR
Cream Cheese 2J!CRc
60Z.
..PKG,
QUART
.CONT.
45'
19'
65
FAIR
SUPERMARKETS
features effective thru SAT. JULY 31
AT ALL FOOD FAIR AND FREDERICH'S STORES
EXCLUDING FOOD FAIR KOSHER MARKETS.
FANCY JERSEY
BLUEBERRIES
39
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Crisp Romaine Lettuce 19c
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APPI '- M 5TORES AITH SERVICE ..>.': RS.
a:l cheese and lunch meats sliced to y
APPETIZER BONUS SPECIAL1
PASTRAMI
69
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QUALITY
TOP OUAt'
PINT
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NEW YORK
STYLE
HALF
LB.
5tot69<

SKINNED
pn
California Roast..................... 99c
London Broil .......
iVESTERN
Beef Cube Steaks.................. T
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Fresh Ground Chuck.............. 89c
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FRYER ^^
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FlA GRADE A FRESH ICED SOUTHERN
Chicken Combinations
GA FlA GRADE A FRESH ICED
Fryer Breasts with Ribs
GA FLA GRADE A' FRESH ICED
Fryer Whole Legs..........
GA FlA GRADE A FRESH ICED ^m.
Fryer Drumsticks 69
BCNUS SPECIAL! SAVE 20C
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69:
69'
69'
FRANKS
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KNOCKS
12-OZ. PKG
QUANTITY lllt'.HTS Rl -I RVI i>
CLEAN ACTION HERE! SAVE 26 ?life m
SAVE :0c REG OR BREAKFAST STYLE __
Copeland's Bologna * SLICED
Kahn's Dutch Loaf.............!J; 59e
SLICED -
Kahn's Cooked Salami...... S9e
FOOD FAIR FLORIDA FRESH SMALL jj.
Grade W Eggs...................dozen 29c
lb
"PERK -UP"ACTION! SAVE UP TO 32 1 BOLD II &*** COFFEE
1 LAUNDRY DETERGENT I I MAXWELL HOUSE | FOOD FAIR
49-OZ.
GIANT PKG.
LIMIT uNl PACKAGE,
Q PLCASI WITH
** OTHI'H PIIRCHA-.I ,
OF S7 OR MORI ,
I XCLUDINt; CIGARI TTl
^irsp*?f?rrriTii
S1.49 VALUE ALL STYLES
White Rain Hair Spray .? 89
BONUS SPECIAL! SAVE 6e- RICH'S FROZEN
COFFEE RICH
32-OZ. .
CARTON
If 1
FRESH FLORIDA CAUGHT
Mackerel lB 39c
LIMIT ONI JAR, 1 ITHHR IIIIANO, PLEASE, WITH OTHER
HAsI Ol S7 OR mori f
XCLUIIING CK.AKITTI
n L. n II plAIN PRUNE NUT Pn
vanish Rolls "ineapple...........of >
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39'
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WHITE BREAD
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