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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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English
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
August 6, 1971

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Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
August 6, 1971

Subjects

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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Jewish Floridian of North Broward
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Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
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Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County
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"Jewish Flor idian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
ime 44 Number 32
Miami, Florida Friday, Aug. 6, 1971
rice zo z
S. Urges Israeli Fullback From Suez
By Special Report
ERUSAI.l :m No details
f the talks between Assistant
Secretary of State Joseph J.
Jisco and Prime Mmist. i Golda
Heir taking place this week in
jtrael bavt Ixhh officially dis-
osed, but according to newi
ports apparently leaked to the
ledia, the I "nil. d Slates has
Ued tor Israel to pull back its
troops Ire; 11 the Sue/ ("anal
bout 30 miles in exchange for
one or two-year extension of
^ ease-fire.
a withdrawal, it was
out. would mean saeri-
tfc* Bar-Lev Line, which
has hitherto offset the vastly
sitperior t Igyptlan rocket and
artillery strength along the
waterway, and would place the
Israeli troops in the vicinity of
the Mitla Hum.
The Prime Minister briefed
her Cabinet ministers on the
U.S. proposal Tuesday, but the
Cabinet session originally sched-
uled was postponed to allow for
further discussions with her ad-
visers and with the Americans.
Both I'.S. and Israeli sources
reported they expect Mr. Sisco
t<> stay in Israel "as long as it
takes" to brine about enough
changes in the Israeli stance
to boost ho|es of attaining a
partial peace with Egypt.
Mr. Sisco. who spent the day
on an aerial tour of Sharm el-
Sheikh, was expected to have an
answer for Mrs. Meir regarding
the question of guarantees upon
his return. The newspa|>er Da-
var said he was not ready to
promise a long-range contract
for supplying the Phantoms Is-
rael has requested, but the jet
fighter-bombers would be avail-
able if and when Israel needs
them.
Saturday marks the first an-
niversary of the ceasefire which
followed the 1970 peace initia-
tive of Secretary of State Wil-
liam P. Rogers.
Day an Says Sadat Threat
Must Be Taken Seriously


TEL AVIV iWNSi Defense
^^Bcsr Ml:i.-
Sunday mi:.'
erview that Israelis must take
gyptian President Anwar Sa-
dat's recent threat of launching
%t against Israel before the
eod Of this y< ai "very seriously
led." Although Sadat has al-
dy established a record" of
hitting ultimatums." Gen. Day-
SB said, '.:. tin- eas.' I think
Hppeats s|,uld be taken
seriously
(ftayan said he liellevcs
that Sadat feels that if develop-
ment do not move in his direc-
tion politically, he will have to
take up arms, and whether that
time arrives in November or in
December is immaterial. He
added that despite the flow of
Soviet weapons to Egypt, he is
certain that Israel would win if
Sadat carried out his threat.
Israeli sources commenting
( n the latest threat by Egypt's
President, said that it is true
the Egyptian army has been
undergoing a continuous expan-
Tisha BAv Observed By
70,000 Israelis And Visitors
JERUSAI.KM (JTA) Some
70,000 Isaelis and tourists gath-
red at tin Wes- i v..,n !a i
eekend for the annual Tisha
B'Av observance commemorat-
| the destruction of the Sec-
d Temple 1901 years ago. The
fast was observed from Satur-
iay at sunset until sunset Sun-
lay eveninc since the anniver-
fcry occurred on the Sabbath
this year.
Places of entertainment, res-
taurants and cafes were closed
throughout the country Satur-
lay night; hanks and govern-
ment Offices remained closed on
Sunday as thousands ot Israelis
and tourists attended synagogue
services and an atmosphere of
mourning prevail.' I.
Some visitors at the Western
Wall gathered in groups to read
the Hook of Lamentations and
to chant its kinot (dirges).
Others who came to the Wall
met old friends, made new ones,
or simply wandered about the
area inspecting the scene of the
great carnage of 70 CE.
Among the mourners was U.S.
Assistant Secretary of State Jo-
seph J. Sisco. who arrived last
week for political consultations
with Israeli leaders. All political
activities, including the Sisco
discussions and the weekly Cab-
inet meeting, were cancelled be-
cause of the fast, as Tisha B'Av-
is considered in Israel, even in
some non-Orthodox circles, and
national day of mourning.
sion. and it is backed by a sub-
stantial air force supported by
Soviet-piloted jets and a con-
tinual flow of supplies and ma-
terials including amphibious -
hides for a Suez Canal cross-
ing, but Egyptian leaders are
not going to start a new war
unless they feel they can win it.
The semi-official Middle East
News Agency reported that
Egyptian Foreign Minister Mah-
uii.nil Riad had asserted that
the American plan for reopen-
ing the Suez (anal is "a danger-
ous attempt to confuse Arab
and world opinion by turning
the issue of complete liquidation
of the aggressionthat is. com-
plete Israeli withdrawal and the
recognition of the Palestinians'
rights."
In answer to questions. Go::.
Dayan expressed the view that
Israel should give lenient ti
ment to some 100 Pa
commandos who surrendered to
Israelis rather than be captured
by King Hussein's troops. He
said that while each case should
be considered on its own merits.
there were certain guerrillas he
thought should be freed.
Gen. Dayan also endorsed the
distribution by the Israel Mili-
tary Governor in the Gaza Strip
of thousands of leaflets urging
Arab terrorists to surrender and
promising humane treatment to
those who did. The idea of
armed struggle has reached the
point of bankruptcy, the Arabic-
language leaflet said, and pre-
vention of further bloodshed,
plus honorable relations on both
sides would mean a calm and
prosperous life for all
Prime Minister Golda Meir is pictured receiving cm
honorary Doctor of Philosophy degree from Bar-Ilar.
University in Ramat Gan, Israel. With Mrs. Meir are
(from left! Dr. Joseph H. Lookstein, University Chan-
cellor, Prof. M. Z. Kaddari, and Prof. Harold Fisch.
Pro-rector of the University. Almost 800 students re-
ceived degrees at the University's 13th annual com-
mencement exercises.
Consortium To Build
Pipeline For Egypt
LONDON (JTA> Egypt
signed an agreement last week-
end with a consortium made up
largely of Western governments
and private oil companies led by
Kr.-nch interests for the
struction of a dual pipeline 209
miles long linking the Gulf of
to the Mediterranean near
Alexandria.
< i.st of the twin 42-inch pipe-
line system is estimated at ISM
million: work on the S'-j-year
project is expected to begin in
aNiii; three months.
The pipelines reportedly will
be able to handle 80 million
tons during their first year of
operation: booster pumping sta-
tions in Cairo will Increase the
lines' capacity to 120 million
tons the second year.
The pipeline will be the larg-
est in the Middle East. Israel's
Eilat to Ashkelon pipeline pres-
ently has a capacity of 22 mil-
lion tons annual, but plans have
been announced to expand that
figure to 45 million tons.
The British firm, Imag. has
conducted a feasibility study for
the consortium, which is known
by the acronym "Socia," and is
said to Im largely French and
headed hy French personnel.
Countries contributing money
to the project, which will cat
14,500 miles off the present
tanker route from the Sue/ Gulf
arourd the Cape of Good i
to European markets irn
France and West Germany iS44
million each), Italy ($40 mi -
lion i. Britain iS29 million),
Spain i $20 million i. Holland,
Belgium and Greece ($10 mil-
lion each". The Saudi Arabia
monetary agency has grant
Egypt an unconditional guaran-
tee for S20 million and Kuwait.
will provide $5 million. Mobil
and Amoco, a subsidiary of
Standard Oil of Indiana, are
each contributing $7.5 million.
Egypt reportedly plans to re-
pay the debt within eight years
of the line!? completion. The
JTA was informed that Egypt
will have an income of between
$120 and $180 million per an-
num to start with. The source
refused to speculate on the ef-
fect the new line will have on
existing facilities or the circum-
stances which might prevail at
the time of its completion.
'
i
I Israeli Black Panther Demands For Equality Raise Deep-Seated Questions
_ .- v. -i________ _-.__. !.... U.,.. 1.... i(x!i "K^rw^.m i ,!*>** In- !/ "Oim
By EM Mil svi I'lii K
Thsjfcolence which accompani-
ed a recent demonstration of the
self-styled "Black Panthers" in
Jerusalem ;ev
questioning among government
Circles and started some soul-
searching among the 'Panthers''
too.
The group, which now num-
bers an estimated 200 members.
merged aUiut nine months ago
as an organization of slum-
youth, mostly Israel-born of
birth African immigrants, who
wanted to "take action" against
"discrimination,'1 particularly in
the area of housing.
A sense of having been short-
changed by Israel society be-
cause of their ethnic origin was.
and i.s, the dominant element in
their protest vocabulary. (One
cannot call it an ideology
certainly not yet'. However.
there is also a significant ele-
ment of the awareness of the
self-perpetuating nature of pov-
erty In a sense akin to class-
consciousness rather than race-
consckMisness.
Thus, the Isra'li "Black Pan-
thers" see violence as a major
instrument to draw attentl r. I i
their grievances but not as a
way to combat society. The .-
of their thinking (and one must
use this term again and
because of the absence of a
more crystalized Ideology, be-
cause of the small size of the
group and its short history is
that they have to batter their
way in. to join those who have
made it in Israeli society, rather
than try to destroy the society
Almost all of them are school
drop-outs, many have been also
pre-maturely discharged from
the Army, and main- h ive ree-
I of juvenile delinquency. It
is thus of particular significance
that it is one of their :
I rules that those Joining
the group must not get into
trouble with the law I except for
trouble in demonstrations, etc.*.
And, indeed police sources con-
firm that boys (and girls' who
have joined the "Panthers" do
keep out of trouble.
It seems almost certain that
the recent violence wn-
tirely "home-made" by the "Pan-
thers." There Is a very stl
suspicion that "Matzpen" and
Siah," the two ultra-left j
groups mostly of students
European origin, had a hand :n
w h it happened.
-Mat/pen is a splinter group
espousing an anti-Zionist, anti-
Israeli ideology and with strong
Ideological ties to the extremist
Arab terrorist group. Popular
Democratic Front for the Libera-
tion of Palestine led by Xayef
Continued en Pu 9-A


Page 2-A
*Jeis* ftoridTter
Frid
Of. Aug. 6, to
Talianoff State Chairman
Of ADL Society Of Fellows
i Saoraa J, Talianoff, Miami Beach
attorn yVM'cWlc ieilW? \tYn/ Has
starved as Florida chairman since
the founding of the Florida chap-
ter in 1901 his been named chair-
man of the Anti-Defamation
League's Society of Fellows foi
the state of Florida for 1971-7J
Announcement of his appoint-
nient mi made hy Bernard S.
Greea. national chairman of the
Society of Fellows, a country-wick
.issociaiion of pmfcuninwnl. bust*
I ess and civic Wders who aid the
Anti-Defamation League ol B*nai
r.'rith in campnignin?. recruitiny
new leadership and in charting
Xissan to Sell Cars
In Israel In Spite
< >f Arab Bovrott
*
TEL AVIV Ni inci largest itrto manufacturer,
"ill soon beg n selling Datsun caw
in r.sr.i. 1.
The company has granted a join'
dealership to Shaul Eisenberg, an
Israeli trader in the Far East, and
Noa ('> Ltd., Tel Aviv, Israel dis-
tributor of GMC trucks ami cars.
A Nissan survej team ^
here in e i Ij June U > the lo-

S'iss h icsitat lil
sell in Is : ec ius< f I he Ar ii>
ycott on : nil I
I-y icli m
nov N iss n h ill b joining an-
Jeer S i
iin wh ucts the h -
romin in i easinfilv ilar
n is elis.
The complete range of N
rs is i Kpected to be mai keted
e, .ih prices reportedly aboul
S570 below those ofothei imported
- orn sponding size.
Heavj i ixes on lutomobiles here
h !!_ the price ol a car to about
four times its factors pr
organisation, B'nai B'rith, is na-
tional chairman oi the Leagues
Communit} 3 i l' immittee in I
member ol ADL's National Com-
mission and its Executive Commit-
te>. He served for man> years as
chairman of the Florida Regi >nal
Hoard .if the League and was a
membi r "i ADL'a National Ad\ is-
oiy Council. He is also p isl pn sl-
deni of the Florida state Associa-
tion ol B'nai B'rith Lodges.
Active in a wide range of civic
oni philanthropic efforts. Mr.
Talianoff is .. member of the board
of the American Cancer SocietJ "I
Hade County and serves on the
Board of Governors of the Greater{
Miami .1 ish Federation and as I
vice president of Temple F.m inn-j
future
source
;uppai
Mr
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El 'I Miami Be ICh
A rormcr special assistant at-
torney general of the state of Flor-
ida. Mr. Talianoff is a member of I
Ihe American, Florida and Dadi
.'oimty Bar Associ it ions, He is
ilso chairman ol the Charter Re-
ii a and Re\ Ision Boat d ol the
' citj of Miami Beach and has been
Talianoff, who has been admitted to practice before the
identified with the Anti- tars ol New York, Florida and
at ion League and its parent Ihe LTn led States Supreme C
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fJewist RtiridHan
Page 3-A
Jewish Latin-American Festival
A First For Greater Miamians
[Th' "new" ym-ywha of Gnat-
Miami is inaugurnlitiK a Jewish
atin American Fleata for the
inter Miami community Sunday.
sag, 15. at the Central 'Y,' S500
|W 8th St.
iCulwn .li'wish families and num-
Br>'. of Argentine Jewish families
feather with families from other
at in American countries who now
Ivc in the Miami area will be par-
lipating in this first Jewish Latin
merican Festival.
The 20-acre site of the YMHA
in.l nil its facilities will be dec-
rat- X>r. Available for sampling will
Latin American foods such as
npanadas (Argentine meat pies l,
irroz con polio (chicken and ricel.
and plator.as-lritos (fried bananasi.
Strumming guitars and a Latin
orchestra will provide the beat
or the cha-cha, merengue. conga
and tango. Folk songs, dances
skits and a giant pinata will bo
part of the highlights of the Latin-
flavored activities.
In conjunction with the festival.
r. Clay Guest Speaker
The Da lican Club will hold a monthly buai-
ss meeting Monday at 8 p.m. in
Candlelight Inn. 3131 Commo-
ore Pla ^nne A. Clay, res<-arch associate
ISyehology at Veterans Admin-
istration Hospital, will s[>eak on
jjc topic. "Psychology and the
>tatus of Women, Politically and
Otherwise."
Agudath Israel Celebrates
20th Anniversary, Holiday
Variety Children's Announces
Lurie's Appointment
The Board of Directors of Vari-
ety Children's Hospital has an-
nounced the appointment of Laur-
ence M. Lurie as executive director.
Mr. Lurie. 35, is a native Mi-
amian who holds a Master's de-
gree in Hospital Administration
from the Medical College of Vir-
ginia in Richmond, is a graduate
of Miami Senior High. Miami-Dade
Junior College, and Florida Atlan-
tic University. He came to Variety
as acting director on leave from
! South Miami Hospital, where he
| was then serving as associate ad-
ministrator last December.
Labor Day Weekend Safari
A Labor Day weekend safari is
?ing planned by Chai Chaptei
i'nal B'rlth with Florida West
jpast sightseeing on the agenda
lor Sept. l. 5 and 6. In charge of
the fund-raising event are Paula
[Ypman and Mnnici Risen. _____
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HAIR CUT $1.75
SHORES DELUXE BARBER SHOP
Mssiiscimuvo.
iiniiimicMii ,
Dr. Manuel Palan, director of the
"Minigallery" will have a display
of ail of leading local and inter-
national Latin American artists at
the YMHA Art Gallery.
This YMHA festival is the be-
ginning of a series of programs de-
signed to bring together Jewish
Latin American families and the
overall Jewish and American com-
j munity in an exchange of ideas,
| culture, customs and heritages.
The "Summer '71 Latin Ameri-
can Fiesta" is oi>en to nvmbers
and non-members of the 'Y.' Non-
members are asked to call or stop
by the central Office, (8500 SW
8th St.) lor a guest pass which
will entitle them to spend the en-
tire day enjoying swimming, tennis,
sunning, handball, paddleball, vol-
leyball, baseball and other sports.
Although Sunday's activities will
begin at 9 a.m., the major portion
Of the festival will take place be-
tween 5 and 5> p.m. Persons de-
siring further information should
call Herb Rubin, Miriam Schein-
berg or Bob Silver at the 'Y.'
Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute
is celebrating both its 20th anni-
versary and the holiday of Shabbat
Nahamu ("Sabbath of Comfort
Ye") Ihis iscekcnd, according to
an announcement-made by syna-
gogue president L. Murray Jaeger.
Fittingly, Agtulaili Israel was
founded on the Sabbath of Com-
fort Ye of 1951. It has offend an
extensive program of religious i
seivices and social activities "with
the main purpose of study for
young and old." and has grown to
i local and national membership
of over W)0 Jewish families.
Spiritual leader of the synag.igue
is Rabbi Isaac Hindi Ever, well-
known author, scholar and mem-
ber of numerous Zionist, civic, and
religious organizations in the
United States and abroad. Since
its inception. Rabbi Ever has
worked to insure that the syna-
gogue pffers what has been termed
"the happy synthesis l>ctween t'vit
which is best in Jewish-Anieii" >
life."
Following Sabbath morning
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a buffet-style reception.
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Friday. Aug. 6, 1971
letters to the editor
Student Recipient Of 81.000 Ward
I.DITOK The -It-wish l-'lorltlian:
As report id !n your July 23rd
Issue, in accordance with the 1970
census figures jvust released by the
Soviet Union authorities, the num-
ber of Jews there have decreased
by ow. stiO.OO in the last three
yean. Official!) there are now
jroximately two million Jews
living there a drastic demo-
traiihic change in the population
structure considering the previ-
isly Issued census figures of the
. ews in the U.S.S.R.
The explanation given by So-
\ et officials foi this reverse trend
: > an unnatural population de-
- thai the assimilation and
i' <:.j Ji ws t > embrace
other identification is even
than it was expecti -I to
i
Thr i icts, however, do nol sup-
port thes stal istics
'i>! explai After all. the
i ilal i.i ol a!' other nationals
i< i Union have In-
\ during tii.'
time and only the
: populal hi show a loss of
one-quarter
imber,
teteAtete
or cotillion?
u
That there is in existence a
i Russification movement among the
I national minority groups there is
a well-known fact. Yet the indoc-
trination of those who are trying
to escape persecution and discrimi-
nation through assimilation are
not as numerous as the official
statistics would have you believe.
In spite of the pressures brought
to bear on people fearful of be-
I longing to an ethnic group con-
stantly being singled out as scape-
goats, and the intolerable condi-
tions which they are being subject-
ed to. the lass by assimilation
should be equalized by natural pop-
ulation '-;rowth. What happened
to the almost one million missing
Jew.-?
Robert Conquest in bis recently
published book entitled "Nation
Killers" has documented the So-
viel Union's genocide policies, He
has proven the criminal nature of
the Communist rulers of Russia
who by their assassination ol na-
tionalities within their east cly have
been practicing spiritual and cul-
tural genocide and in some cases
even physical destruction.
The old TV.nrist formula to solve
the Jewish question was to force
one-third into assimilation, one-
third into emigration and one-
third into annihilation. Today's ty-
rants in the U.S.S.R. have deleted
the emigration factor and have
closed down emigration possibili-
tiea io the captive Jews there. Ir
their desperation to esca|K> their
bondage, the reawakened Russian
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.Jewish communities are challeng-
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by invoking their human rights
; for permission to emigrate to their
homeland.
The official Soviet statistics con-
firm that the survival of the Rus-
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j to the |K)int of total extinction.
["here is no future for them there
land they are doomed to perish un-
der overwhelming pressures. In
j reality, the Communist rulers of
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the Jewish population by liquidat-
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appearance ol almost one million
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Jewish people during the Nazi I
caust, the Jews are again faced
with a similar catastrophe in the
loss of the Russian Jewry. This
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the proper measures are taken by
conscious leaders ol the free world.
jThe policy of genocide which we
ire witnessing can !* stopped if
the responsible Jewish organiza-
tions of the Western Hemisphere
dedicate themselves to this task.
World Jewry now realizes that it
is faced with the laru st salvage
operation in its modern history.
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$1,000 Neil Armstrong
i be presented to
a .,.;,i David Cramer at a -:..--
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day Din on Palm Springs Mile
Thursday sponsored by the Hade
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Dade County Agri-Council. Inc..
[and the Hialeah Kiwanls Club
Metro Mayor Steve Clark was to
preside ..t the event.
Funds for lh> scholarship, and
13 other awards totaling at: addi-
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annual Dade Count} Youth Fair
which will be moved to Taniiami
Park.
George E. Orr, president of the
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encourage the area's
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David, a graduate ol
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4i.)lLil ... B I I .-I1
. .:i:WUir
*JU IZatti SpccL "Jr.* We Can Stand At Sinai
RABBI (ilLBKRT KOLLIX
Teni.'le Km:inu-Kl
"Make it known unto your chil-
uiih Chapter Six of Deuteronomy
' which
i th'' words
>rds^""ni sh;01 love the
and
Lord
I vour God. Teach the comnuind-
dron and your grandchildren con- nionls linto voll, children."
corning the day when you stood
before the Lord, your God. at I When the root of Torah study to
Horeb."
Rabbi Yehoshua Ben Levi has
commented, "Anyone who teaches
Torah to his grandchild is account-
ed as one who actually received
the Torah at Mount Sinai." An
anonymous teacher, refering to the
same verse had the following to
say: "Anyone who hears his grand -
Child interpret a passage of the
Torah hears it as if it came from
Mount Sinai."
fallowing to m > "Anyone who
hears his grandchild Interpret b
passage of the Torah hears it as ii
it came from Mount Sinai."
Both of these comments bring
home the point that the relevance
end immediacy of the Torah de-
pend upon the active involvement
of fathers and sons and Krandchil-
dren in the Study of Torah.
If a child absorbs interest in
.towis!) law and tradition from his
honv environment as a natural
aspect of his life, it is as if he him-
self stood at Mount Sinai. That i-
the purpose ol the Passover Seder.
to mike the child feel that the
i\ is ii:.-: h ippened: that it was
an event in his father's and moth-
er".- life.
permitted to die. the foliage of
ihservance and the very stock 01
identity cannot long survive.
IOHS
~5~-
MIAMI
A H A V A T SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. 9"5 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox
Cantor Aron B*1o,1^ja>n. 1
CONGREGATION 6TZ CHAIM 1342-
44 Washington Av*. Rabbi Avohom
Groner. 32
ANSHE EMES. 2S33 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowiti 2
BETH AM (TEMPLE). S950 N. Ken-
dall Or. S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Michael
Kyrr 3
BETH DAVID. 226 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau.
Cantor William W. Llpson 4
BETH EL. 300 SW 17th Ave. Ortho
dox. 5
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Ben D'ckson 6
ABRAHAM CHEN
Chen Joins Israel
Aliyah Center Staff
Abraham Chen has taken a leave
of absence from his position in the
Rgeed Bus Company's Division ol
Transportation and Planning to
join the Staff Ol the Israel Aliyah,
Book of Proverbs and Center in Atlanta. Ga., where he,
worshipper "not to be]""'" serve as Associate R .
BETH
St.
Apri
TOV (Temple). 6438 SW 8th
Conservative Rabbi Simon
. Cantor Seymour Hmkei 8
By KABBI SAMUEL .1. FOX
(C) 1971 Jewlah Telegraphic Agency
Why are three special verses
from the Bible recited by the
worshipper before leaving the
synagogue?
Tln> first nl these verses come
from the
tell the
afraid of sudden terror" (Proverb Director.
3:25). The second cornea from the
Book oi Isaiah indicating that the
counsel which the enemies ol Is-
rael take together will be of no
avail (Isaiah 8:10). The third
verse also comes from Isaiah and
encourages the worshipper telling
him not to be afraid of fl
fi ghi because the Almighty will
ihvays be al his sale (Isaiah 46:4).
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.
Drazm. Cantor Nathan Parnass. 11
OR OLOM (Temple)
St. Conservative.
Glixman.
8755 SW 16th
Rabbi Ralph
13
TIFERETH ISRAEL 6500 N Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein.
14
Some commentaries trace these
, n.'^. s; 1" :':<''u]-[i to the experience of Mordecai who
was threatened bj the villain Ha-
inan with extinction both for him
and his people. On going out in the
street he met three children, ask-
do a good job at the.r Bar Mit/.-; inc ^ of u.m rocJU, _.,,.
van. and couldn t care less about
Mr. ("hen. who was born In 1923
on Moshav Nahalal, the first
mosha\ in Israel, Joined the Jew-
ish Brigade of the British Army
after graduating from high school
In 1941, and served with that unit
until the end of World War II. He
remained in Europe and helped
;le sun vors of the Nazi holo-
caust Into Palestine in the A.
i'. t altei the war.
TIFERETH JACOB (Temple). 951 E
4th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Na- ,
than Zolondek. '5
Prldaj B i e in Baluraej "" a m. j
ZION (Temple) 8000 Mill-r Rd. Con-
servative. Rabbi Norman N Shapiro.
Cantor Richard S. Browdy. 16

NORTH MIAMI
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
11600 W. Dixie Hwy Conservative
Rabbi Joseph Gorfinkel, Cantor Ben
Zion r* rschenbaum. 35
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH,
CENTER. 1T20 79th Street Cause-
way. North Bay Village. Conserva-
tive. Cantor Carl Bender. 32-A
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
ADATH VESHURUN (Temple) 1025
NE Miami Gardens Dr. Conserva-
tive. Rabbi Milton Sehlinsky. Can-
tor Nathaniel Schub. 33
BETH TORAH. NE 16-th St. at 1'ttt
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
sehitx. Cantor Jacob Renaer. 34
-
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St.
Conservative. Rabbi Charles Rubel.
Cantor Jack Lerner. 36
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SINAI (Temple) of NORTH DADE
18801 NE 22nd Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Ralph P. Kingsley. Cantor Irving
Shulkes. 37
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SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 18151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah F.
Caplan. 38
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER
MIAMI. 990 NE 171st St Orthodox.
Rabbi Naftali Porush. 39
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CORAL GABIES
JUDEA (Temple). 5500 G-anada Blvd.
Reform. Rabbi Morns Kipper
------
ZAMORA .Temple) 44 Zamora Ave
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell Derg
er.
'
41
(> ;- surrog for the parent in
tlie teaching of Torah. Unfortun-
ately, most parents are concerned
whether they actually acquire any
knowledge of Torah. Therein lies
the crisis of Jewish education,
which is actually nothing but a
reflection of the indifference of
parents to tho quality of their chil-
dren's Jewish education.
The weekly section concludes
CANDUELIGHTING TIME
7:44 15 AB
verse in the Bible,
dren recited the
three verses.
The three chil-
a foremen tioned
It is quite possible that these
three verses are the ones that are
recited before leaving the syna-
gogue because the synagogue rep-
resented a protected and sheltered
environment for the Jew while the
outside world was full of threats
from anti-Semites. The rabbis
wanted the Jew to carry the con-
fidence of the synagogue and his
faith with him in the outside world
and thus they ordained that these
verses be netted before leaving
the synagogue.
Dining the 1948 War of Inde-
pendence, Mr Chen served in the
Israel Defense Forces with the
rank of lieutenant. As a member
ol the Reserves, he also took an
active part in the conflicts of 1956]
and 1967. He joined Kgged in 1951. ,
The Israel Aliyah Center is a i
service organization which offers
advice and guidance to persons |
interested in settling in Israel, and
helps process those who decide to [
become Olim (settlers in Israel).
The Center maintains 13 offices
in the United States and Canada
They are located in New York.
Queens. Atlanta. Boston. Chicago,
Cleveland. Los Angeles. Montreal.
Philadelphia, San Francisco. St.
Louis, Toronto and Washington.
D.C.
mi., visas*
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Va-Etkha
"And I besought the Lord at that time ." (Chapters III
23-VII, Hi
APPEAL FOR OBEDIENCE: Continuing his first discourse,
Moses related how he had entreated God to be allowed to pass
over the Jordan, but his plea had been denied. He had viewed
the Promised Land from the peak of Mt. Pisgah and Joshua had
been appointed to carry out the task of conquest. Moses appealed
to the people to adhere meticulously to Gods statutes and
judgements, for thereby they would !>c recognized by other
peoples as a great and wise nation. They should never forget their
experience at the foot of Mt. Horeb, whore they heard the voice
of God proclaiming the Ten Commandments which he inscribed
on the two tables of stone. God did not appear in any form or
likeness and this should serve as a warning against fashioning
graven images of any kind.
EXPOSITION OF THE COMMANDMENTS: Moses began
his second disoourse by repeating the Ton Commandments, which
were the foundation of God's covenant with Israel. The people
assembled at Sinai, he recalled, had been terrified at all they
hud witnessed, and pleaded that Moses should address them in-
I stead of God. Moses then affirmed the unity of God. whom all
should love and whose commandments should be transmitted to
the younger generation. These laws were to be constantly re-
membered by means of a 'sign' upon the hand and 'frontlets'
^between the eyes and inscribed on the doorposts of the house.
fFnture generations should be trained to observe all of God's
ommandments because only In so doing will mankind be able
-to five in peace.
A
MIAMI BEACH
AGUDATH ISRAEL, 7801 Carlyle Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever. 17
Katurdat 9 a in Sermon l'r<>M" I
For ItriKhit-r Future" 1:45 pin loci
in i 'Btntea "< (ur Patai ra"
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox
Rabbi Berel We. t, 1(
BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir.
sky. Cantor Maurice Mamches. 1
BETH RAPHAEL (Tempt*). IMS
Jefferson Av*. Conservative. Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh. 2S
BETH SHOLOM ( Temple). 4144
Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kronish. Cantor David Convlser. 21
BETH TFILAH 935 Euclid Ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-
sky. 22
BETH VOSEPH CHAIM CANGREGA.
TION, 843 Meridian Avenue. 22-A
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CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Dow Roxencwaig. 23
FT. LAUDERDAIE
BETH ISRAEL (Temple* 547 E. Oak-
land Park Blvd Rabbi Sheldon Ed
wards. Cantor Maurice Neu.

EMANU-EL. 3245 W. Oakland Park
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Arthur J. Ad
rams. Cantor Jerome Klement. 43
P0MPAN0 BEACH
SHOLOM (Temple). 13? SE 11th Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Morris A. Skop.
Cantor Ernest Schreber. 49
SJJRFSIDE
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION.
9293 Harding Ave.. Surlside. Town
Hall Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac D. Vinr.
50
HAUANOALE
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER IM
NE 1st Ave. _____ '4
H0UYW0O0
BETH EL (Temple). 1351 S. 14th Ave.
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaff*. 45
; f*ri conduct service* ami -i.-. on l\uili
Ami Th> Changing World"
BETH SHALOM (T*mple). 1728 Mon-
roe St. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malaveky. Cantor Irving Gold. 46
SINAI (Tempi*). 1201 Johnson at.
Conservative. Rabbi David Shaptro.
Cantor Yehudah He.ltoraun. 47
Ml RAMAN
ISRAEL (T*mpt*) S820 SW Mth -St.
Conoervativ*. Rabbi Elliot J. VVirx
grad. Cantor Abraham Hotter. 48
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MARGATE
MARGATE JEWISH CENTER.
NW th St.
101
SMMBMEHUi
Hospital Releases
Chief Rabbi Levin
NEW YORK (JTAi Oiief
Rafcbl Yehuda Latb Levin of Mos-
cow has been released from Hos-
pital Six here after five weeks'
recovery from a serious operation,
according to Rabbi Arthur Schneier
of Park East Synagogue.
After speaking with Rabbi Levin
by telephone Saturday morning,
Rabbi Schneier said the "-year-
old patriarch quoted the doctors
I as saying there was "no point in
maintaining me in the hospital any
longer" and that he was "in need
of an extended period of enforced
rest and convalescence and total
abstience from all work and in-
volvements."
The eldeilv Rirwstan spiritual
leader is me only rabbi for Mos-
cow's estimated 500.000 Jews.
Speculating on a successor, es-
pecially if Rabbi Levin should not
live much longer. Rabbi Schneier
told the JTA: "This is the greatest
tragedy that then, is no one
to take his place." In Kiev, he
added, no replacement has been
found in tour years.
Rabbi Schneier recently visited
Russia as president of the Appeal
I of Conscience Foundation here, and
on Jnne 28 recorded a "first" when
he substituted for the hospitalired
R*bbi Levin.
EMANU-EL (Temple). 1701 Washing.
T2i^9gSXSr&Xg5!u*** Religious School ^.ration
P?n -.a' PrJXJ.C^^ Reg.strat.on for fall classes in
He iii dlactwi the rrtMiH confronting the Temple Tifcreth Jacob Re..-
------ The temple office Is open from !
H"Rnh^CADIM^: ** ?!""*r am until noon. Monday throug'i
Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross.
?:
Friday.
CONG. AN-NELL (Branen of He-
brew Academy). 7th St. and Mend.
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Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield
Cantor Abraham Seif. 2T
owita. Cantor Nico Feldman
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community,a 'Getting Acquainted Coffee" t>
be heM at the home ot Mrs. Stuari
Brown. 7925 SW 138th St., Wed-
nesday. Aug. 18. at 10 am. Linda
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JfefciaJI mhrScBiiain
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As. ..
Max Lerner
Sees It
NEW Ye")lIK Tli.' coup and countcrcoup in the Sudan are
arr#*ting enoimli tn call fur somo reflection. You can be a
moralfet ;."Mi- ihi.-r coiiik. and sot irate at the bloody execu-
tions, by ti'wr -i'!<' wins. Or you can a fascinated spec-
tator, w itching the political theater. I tend toward the latter.
I don t mean 1 watch the show in cold blood. Even in the
theater > >ur emotions get engaged, as mine did in the aborted
Morocci ;>a!aco coup where I was on the king's side, feudal
rnondMi though he be. But in the case of the Sudan it was hard
to feMbtron.i:ly either way.
Gen* il Gaafar Al-Nimery is a Stooge of Egypt, a member
..f tttjf Moslem ruling-class of the north which represses the
Minority in the south. The army officers who overthrew
1 were then overthrown and executed, were stooges of
imunist Fart) and the Soviet Union. It was a narrow
but while I prefer the S idal Clique to the Communists.
ling on the whole was plague on both their houses.
fr RTY YEARS AGO, in 1931, Curzio Malaperte published
book called "The Technique of the Coup D'Etat." which
Western intellectual world bj storm. He said in effect
n revolutions were out. that the growth of technology
n ded them, that the new thing was the coup, and that
lieved it by a small elite group l"the new Catilines")
nfiltrates the technological areas of power.
. argument i> even truer today. The growth of state
the courts, the police, the intelligence services, the
ind air force, the transport and communication services
mass revolution i.s pretty hopeless. This includes urban
. warfare too. The last effort in a developed industrial
was in the unsuccessful student-worker revolution in
in 1968.
Hi -t if the coups today are in the rhird World in Africa,
H^Bfl II,' Kasl and Latin America and they work best in
p .v whore the masses have little or no part in self-govern-
ind where a tiny elite rules with shifting one-party re-
like .i game of musical chairs.
i the decade between 1958 and 1988. says S. E. Finer
i "i "The Man on Horseback" there were 73 coups in 4fi
fries. In Africa alone, during 1965 and 1966. there were
, coups that overthrew civilian governments In Algeria.
Dahomey, Centra] African Republic. Upper Volta, Ghana,
la and Burundi, not to mention the coups that failed.
b & -it
HEBE is a RECENT litil" book, somewhat perverse hut
Tt and wholly absorbing Edward I.uttwak's "Coup
t \ Practical Handbook" (Knopf, 19691 which you
.- ml to a friend of yours in a Third World country who
La- planning a coup or wants to prevent it.
r luthor, not yet 30, has done a do-it-yourself book on
hrowing governments, cooler than the frenetic sayings by
Hot man. very workmanlike in a creepy sort of way. He
a how to plan, carry out and legitimize a coup, phase by
whether you do it from the left, right or wherever. He
- throughout in the first person plural (we. our>. identify-
ha-elf.with the plotters, and provides charts, diagrams and
- ,i recent successful and abortive coups. You get the
g he lives in a fantasy world of power and takes out his
BS 1 dreams of power grandeur through his blueprints of a
* *
Ills BEST INSIGHT IS his comparison of the technique of
up with the technique of judo: "The planners of the coup
I use the power of the state against its political masters."
kmbttcss they tried in the Sudan to do exactly that.
[There then did they tail?
)n two counts. First, they didn't reckon with air technology.
Libyans, who were allies of the pro-Egyptian regime in the
lid a little air piracy, forced down a BOAC plane carry-
Be new junta members from London to Khartoum and
Jit the prospective president and one or two others. It
p playing by the rules Of the game, and the British pro-
fit where the game is totalitarian power is the biggest
ry in Africa, there are few rules except those that work
n't work.
Jte second miscalculation was to forget that Egypt has a
1st.ike in the Sudanese government. Through its "fact-find-
ition, and doubtless in other ways, the Egyptians
led the political climate in the Sudan, and somehow a
*i unlocked Gen. Nimery's prison cell, and somehow a radio
> was commandeered and the rest of the Mataparte-Lutt-
ci ipt followed.
jk In reverse, not as a coup but as a countereoup. That's
ouble with these how-to books. Thev can be used for de-
Luain-t plots, BS well as for plotting.
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vJenist fhrirfisir
rriday, Aug. 6. 197i
This Week In History...
Sunday School Teacher Receives U.M. Fellowship
40 Veaxs Ago T4iis Week: 1931
Jewish immtgratkjo to the VS.
fell frojn 12,4lfcin lS28-2Pu> 5.0fcU
ii 193*31.
JTA reported: "The anti-reli-
dious campaign (in Ru.ssia> this
year promises to foe much stronger
pnd more active than in previous
years, judging from the early and
ToQstmasters Offer
Course In Speaking
The Flamingo Toastmasters will
Ix-gin an eigth week course in
effective speaking Thursday, Aug.
19, at 7 p.m. in North Miami Beach
Open to anyone who would like
*n gain confidence in speaking for
business reasons or personal satis-
faction, this is a short, c imprehen-
Blve course designed to give qui^k
lielp to the inexperienced speaker
- A'11 as to assist the man who
has had some training and experi-
ence it will especially benefit any-
one who is now or will soon bo-
oome an officer of a club. A Mi-
tional information may he ob-
tained bv calling Harold Ginsbure.
KOSHER CATERERS
Unitr Rabbinical Supervision
BAR MITZVAHS
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SPiaAUZING IN HOME CATERING
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MIAMI SPRIXGS
.xtensive preparations that are
QCiag made to keep Jews from ob-
serving the holidays."
Th8*4*Jarusalcm aaV-i'i BJtpei
Falastin" declared: We shall
never come to an agreement with
the Zionists. We shall never make
>eace with the Jews so long as
Zionism exists."
Four Jewish writers were rep-
resented in Burns Mantle's 10-
foest-plays annual: Moss Hart and
George S. Kaufman, for "Once in
a Lifetime": Louis Weitzenkorn.
I or "Five Star Final." and Vicki
i Baum. for "Grand Hotel."
10 Years Ago This Week: 1901
Declaring that Israel has no for-
eign policy. Dr. Nahum Goldmann
urged an integration of the Mid-
east through neutralization.
Premier David 3cn-Gtirion
sought aid for a German Christian |
veteran seeking a pension who
III li.d affidavits to prove he had
! I>een interned in Dachau for refus-
i ng to kill Jews.
The Anti-Defamation League re-
ported that "for the first time In
pur historj we are seeing a dy-
namic radical right-wing move-
ment with a special appeal to
youth.''
British newspapei* said South
\ftica's new Justice Minister, Bal-
thazar John Vorster, was a former
\" < > in outspoken anti-Semite
Six Syrians freed after capture
in israeii waters exlaitned: "Bra-
vo. Israeli justice!"
Israeli Atty. Gen. Gideon Haus-
ner asked for a "iust and truthful
verdict" against Ado it Eichmann.
"chief executive officer of extermi- ,
nation." who "had and used full
authority to satisfy his lust to
annihilate Jews to the last in Nazi- ,
dominated Europe-.'
Secretary of State Dean Rusk
urged Israel to grant the refugees
"the option at, repatriation as law
abiding citizens ot Israel or ot
compensation for those who do
not wish to return."
Attorney Gen. Robert F. Ken-
nedy said placing the Amer.e in
Nazi Party on his Subversive List
would only give it free publicity.
A Frankfurt poll showed sub-
stantial opposition to both Nazis
nnd Jews in West German politi- |
cal life.
J. L. Flshbein, editor-publisher ]
of the Chicago Sentinel, said "Jew-
ish life in Russia is now virtual!)
at an end" and would dteappe ir
within 15 years. Soviet Jewish
youth, he said, were completely as-
similated and wanted nothing to
do with their herita.
(Prom iiir file* of the JTAi
Mrs. Diane Biitt Botwinik, ..
U-M graduate who has taug"
Sunday School at Temple Tilereth
Jacob and Both David Congrega-
tion for the past six years and is
now a teacher at Allapattah Ele-
mentary School, has received a
fellowship in tile s'pYn il"edue*tiOr
program conducted by the Uni-
versity of Miami School of Educa-
tion. Mrs. Botwinik. who will en-
roll this fall at the U-M, will re-
ceive training in the teaching of
handicapped students while work-
ing toward her master's de-gre^.
She will I*' -liven practical experi-
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*Jkmisti ftcridiaw
erican Highschoolers
Will Be Studying In Israel
B- Vivian Rydz, of
Mi5 1 B*y Miami Beach.
he 70 youngsters
eiw lies of 15-17 leaving
I ] Bnonth to take a
eeWS ^phool study in Is-
,el g lejiparits in the Ameri-
i-lMB Bedary School Pro-
^paitment of Educa-
of the World
Ition, according to
!*. Cannes, director
f til irtnu'ii! of Kducation
ft the World Zionist
American Section.
will attend three
Israel -- the Huloh
I High School at
he Ynd Natnn Re-
hool in thr> Western
Solomon Schechtcr
Yemin Orde.
youngsters come from
"anfl Hone l'rom Puerto ]',:.;>.
f fl nnder. New York leads
itrtfl ifornii second with
!, I Hi from Ohio and Penn-
lvofl Hbiii' New
redj Bviaryland ami Michigan,
im Connecticut. Wasli-
isconsin and one each
Michigan and Tex ,.
group of 20 will leave
M" the Solomon Schech-
Jchool, where they will
th year studies thigh
Ibomorcsi. This project.
lecwly instituted for the
Inr. is sponsored jointly
by the American Section of the
World Zionist Organization and
United Synagogue Commission on
Jewish Education.
The other 30 youngsters will-
leave Wednesday, Aug. 18; 25 will
go to the Huleh Valley Regional
High School at Kfar Blum and
25 to the Yad Natan Regional High
School (Kvutzat Shaal) in the
Western Galilee. Students at Kfar
Blum will he 10th "rulers and at
Yad Natan 11th graders.
The American-Israel Secondary
School Program, which is directed
oy Moshe Avital now in its fifth
year, offers a full academic high
school curricula, augmented by
special courses in Jewish studies
with emphasis on the Hebrew lan-
guage and Israel. Full credit for
the year of study in Israel is given
by the American hiuh schools. The
general courses are taught in Eng-
lish with the Judaica courses
taught in Hebrew.
An additional group of 75 Amer-
ican hiiih school students will leave
m Wednesday, Sept. I, to attend
[the Mollie Goodman Academic
High School program of the Zion-
ist Organization of America, which
s serviced by the World Zionist
Organization American Section
Caesar LaMonaca
Will Be Honored
At Sept. 7 Dinner
Maestro Caesar LaMonica, hon-
orary chairman of the Jerusalem
Music Festival Committee, will be
honored at a dinner to be held at
the Monte Carlo Hotel on Sept. 7
as the committee finishes plans
for the first Parade Americana
competition which wilt feature lo-
cal school and religious bands and
choirs competing for a trip to
Israel.
Among the honored guests at
the dinner will be committee chair-
man Maestro Shmuel Fershko,
committee members Mrs. Zelda
Thau; Rabbi David Raab; Cantor
Zvi Adler; Jacob Goren; Dr. Louis
Schwartzman; Prof. Andre S.
Bialolenki and the conductors of
numerous bands and choirs.
The winners of the local competi-
tion, to be held at the Miami
Beach Auditorium, will represent
this area in the international cele-
bration of Purim Pageant in Israel
during January and February. The
state of Israel will extend highest
official recognition to the event
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cooperation of The National Union
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*Jet* i*l Flcric/ian
Friday, Aug. 6, 1971
DATWNE HRUSAM By Eliahu SulptHr
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Israel's Public Relations A Flop
(C 1971 Jewish T. 1. i!!-i>lti<- ACVDC}
yiir.itt: SKKMS to bo an un-
written law whereby Israel's
pjpblic relations moaning the
manner In which the authorities
pros, nt this country's vital is-
sues to the outside world must,
from time to time, make a mess
of an ido;il situation. Far from
being propaganda wizards as
claimed by the Arabs the Is-
raelis often see their own gov-
ernment as the most inept prac-
titioners of the art.
Sometimes the flop Ls quite
out of proportions and it takes
time to realize what happened,
and e\en mure time for the
events to undo the damage, A
typical example was the buildup
the Israelis unwittingly gave in
1968 to the El Fatah and to the
Arab terrorist movement in gen-
eral, which made them look
much bigger than they actually
were.
At other times, the mistakes
are less spectacular but more
immediately obvious. And. like
children's diseases, they often
conic in droves. It Started again
in mid-June with the summer-
visit issue, a program under
which the Israeli authorities, per-
mit relatives of Arabs of the
West Bank to come and spend
their vacations with their fami-
lies in the Isrncli-hold territories
as well as visiting Israel proper.
Their coming is considered a
most important channel whereby
the truth about life in Israel and
Israeli-held territories reaches
the Arab world from the most
effective source: the eye-witness
accounts Of those who for weeks
moved freely in a land with
which their own countries are
in a state of war.
But far worse was the public
relations (lop over the ("oral Sea.
the tanker attacked on its way
lo Kilat by Arab terrorists it the
entrance to the Rod Sea First
of all. the government damped
a total censorship black-out on
the incident. And the Prime Min-
ister's office forbade the dis-
patch of any Information that
could tell people in those coun-
tries what happened, nnort-
edly after consultations with
Minister-Without-Port folio Israel
Gelili, who* past career as the
man in charge of the Informa-
tion Services is still remembered
B8 a near-disaster period. The
government finally wa- com-
pelled (a release the story when
a mistaken version of it was
leakd to the British pre. Even
then, everything was done to
make it difficult for ino prase to
tell the story.
ii
Israel Newsletter
By CARL AlPERT
Marriage Registrations Revealing
Ai.i. M.VKKIAU1. RK<;lSTRATIO.\S at the vari-
ous rabbinate offices are eventually published
in one of the country's religious papers. In addition
to names and present residence, the listing also
carries the place of birth of the prospective bride
and groom. More and more of those registration
notices carry place f birth as "Israel." reflecting
the generation of children born here in the wave of
great Immigration immediately following the crea-
tion of the state.
H waver, th enough mania tween
- who h.ul been born abroad to provide a
striking and :it revelation of the rapid
SOOK REVIfW
merging of Israel's communities. I find listings like
the following, in no small numbers:
Yosof A bran, born in Persia, to Mira Friodlandor
of South Africa; Ben Zion Sehoenwald, bom in
Poland, to Marccllc Haroush of Morocco: Joseph
SendetS, born in Russia, to Rivka Halili of Iraq:
Shfomo Parpara, born in Libya, to Barbara Iris
Abelwitz of Canada; Kphraim Schwartz, born in
Rumania, to Esther Mansour of Egypt.
In the only days of mass Immigration, settlers
placed in villages populated almosl exclusively
by folks from the same country of origin. It was
felt that this would ease their integration prol
By Seymour B. Liebmon
The New Left And The Jews
r.-iMTt. rur. mi r. >od of the
Mordicai S Chertot'f has gathered
ssays that deal with the
ration, especially the
university student body deals
in generalities and not with Jews
In particular; in addition, several
>; the c mtributors are not Jewish.
The New Left anil the Jews
(Pitman Publishing Corp.. $6.50i
n fleets the views of lti noti d au-
horities. They range from the
splintered factions of the New
Left Noam Chomsky, Tom Kahn, Tom Milsteint
and the Israeli left 'Amos Kenan, Menachcm S.
Arnonl, Saadia Gelhi to non-leftist scholars (Nathan
Rotenstreich. Robert Alter, Seymour Martin Lipset.
Robert Nisbct. Nathan Glazcr and Leonard Feint.
The opening essay, Revolt and the Democratic
Society," by Robert Alter, is a dispassionate, lucid
expose of the fallacies and false hypotheses which
have pad our youth into the blind alleys of unrest
and violent disturbances. It should lie read by
young and old; then' may not be the generation gap
in communication now evident.
There are other pi ces "ii the developmen
anti-Zionism (read anti-Semitism I among black
d white radicals; traditional Jewish liberalism
versus New Left Jewish radicalism; and New L
views on Israel. Seymour Martin Lipset's artii
"The Socialism of Fools; the Left, the Jews and
Israel," should aid our youth in understanding the
deceptions practiced upon them by skillful purvi yon
m tningless words.
Jews have always been plagued by Jewish uni-
vcrsalists and Jewish Utopians who have opposed
Zionism and the tims of the majority of the Jews,
The Jewish BundLsts and Socialists of Russia, Pol-
and and France opposed Zionism from the days of
its birth. The Territorialists sired by Israel Zang-
will are still opposed to a Jewish homeland in
Eretz Israel. We need not be disturbed by the com-
ing generation having temporary mental abcri-ations
about "The Establishment," both Jewish and secu-
lar, but we are concerned by the methods that some
of them advocate to achieve negative goals. Read-
ing "The New Left and the Jews" may serve some
of them in good stead.
Today's Thought:
By DR. SAMUEL SILVER
4 Adon 01am' In English
Thk TOUCH WEST pointer was asked whether
he know music. "I know two songs," he replied,
"One is Yankee Doodle and the other ain't.
Many -lews know two Jewish
songs. One is Ayn Kchlohaynu.
Which means "There is none like
our God." The second also comes
at the close of the service: it's
Adon Olam. Adon means Lord.
Olam means universe or eternity.
So the song may be translated
"Lord of the Universe," or Eternal
Lord."
The familiar song has been rendered into
rhymed English by one of the most gifted rabbis in
the world, Dr. Ben Zion Bokser. Senior rabbi of the
magnificent synagogue on Queens Boulevard, in
Forest Hills, N.Y., Dr. Bokser has written many
books clarifying our faith. He has served as the
brain-behind-the-scene of that splendid radio-TV
offering, 'The Eternal Light," and he has written
some exquisite poetry. Here's the English Version
of the Adon Olam a la Bokser ta word, by the way,
which means St. John's bread):
* '&
The lord Eternal reigned supreme
When all the world was naught,
His name is praised by every life
His gracious will has wrought.
And If this world should ever cease
He still will reign in awe;
The tides of time will not erase
The splendor of His law.
In oneness and infinity
He is beyond compare;
The glory of His sovereign might
Is written everywhere.
He is my Rock, My Refuge sure,
My help when grief assails;
My cup of life He maketh full,
His mercy never fails.
My life is ever in His hand,
With Him there is no fear;
When I sleep and when I wake,
I know that He is near.
It no doubt did, but it also bred cxclusivoness, and
limited social contacts. To this day the marriage
registrations report couple after couple from Rosli
Ha-Ayin. both of whom were born in Yemen, or in
Rosh Ha-Ayin.
The growth of larger mixed cities, like Dimom
Kiryat Shmona and Bet Sheen, provide condition
under which "inter-marriages" take place. The gov-
ernment statisticians have now cast their expert
eye ovi i the tallies, and tell us that whereas mi
i en .lews oi Asia-Africa origin on the
one hand, with Jews of Europe and the Americas
on tl nly *" < '; the total In 195-
.; steadily, and reached 15'
stil up. It is obvious that at
it will not take very long befon Israel's
prettj well cross-bred, and mu
t h \ da) between Ashk< n
and Sepha; li will becomi a thing of the past.
i i! i y studies have |< ,,
eedii ng families ind clan
i Mi A i with the consequent
fits 'ii such inbreeding. At
any r.ii< the new opportunities for ge
n i : I shoul l improve the genetic
strains in i lugur w, n for the future of the countrj
A* marriage intrigued me
enhaus, dh ire 'd, a native of Poland
i l i mai i> Ofira Nebenhaus,
born in Yemen. Could this etwi
tw i civilizations that crashed, followed by reconcilia
tion, and a remarriage? The bare tacts te.i no more
As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL
If Fascism Comes
AMOX,; THB BKST traditions in American jour
nalism is the "op editorial" page. Following
right after the newspaper's own daily chance .'..
ptece its opinions on lvcord am!
give breathing space to determine.:
writeis-to-editors, the page offers
an appropriate outlet for people
with a talent for writing and
something |o say H.i.vever. now
then, some views thus tepceated
cry out for rebuttal.
A recent puff for the Libe: l
Lobby published by the New ot
Times over the signature of Warren s. Richards
identified as general counsel oi that far-right un.t,
cries for a broom and seme sweeping up.
"What is Liberty Lobby?" Mr. Richardson ashed
It is a non-partisan political institution I
peoples lobby" which has been operating ii
Washington and growing steadily since I960. The
policj of Liberty Lobby is distinctly pro-American
and anti-Communist."
It is asking a bit much on Mr. Richardsoi
part to have us believe that "The People," as wt
recall them from their struggle to make social ami
economic -Jains in legislative halls, ean really rely
up.hi the Liberty Lobby to advance their interests
A populist movement it isn't.
Whatever Mr. Richardson may claim for it.
Liberty Lobby is essentially the creation of Wills
Carto a man of great determination and energy,
who has been trying for more than a decade to set
in motion an anti-Jewish movement that wouM
make Lincoln Rockwell's efforts seem pale end
timid.
ii'-r,
Vila
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Aug. 6. 1971
t-J+nHtn-rricJUr
BUDGE'S COURT,
IEOAI NOTRE
Pago 15-A'
__kOE COUNTY,
IDA
W IPrimmi
.mm- <>*
nd
Publication!
THK I lORIDA:
CO All HKS Address iiii-
^^r persons i-oiu-cni-
ftptlfled ihat a i"-ii-
I hi said i "our' |ir;ii -
_ < RAII BAIN, a nii.ii.r
Bh\ required Id lilt
es therein within
the first publii ation
ml serve a eopy
Rltloiier*s attorney,
.ol'lress are- l-i\\
: Burns, 3in Lincoln
ch. Kin. II you fall
lent may be entered
i.m the petition
hand anil 111*' seal i>|
fM ami, Dade Counti
.lulv H'7I
_ I! W PRIMM
inly Judge
Fastiirfibi i>, cierk
'N iTPfJiPSOIl "JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-2727
l H ,.JOHN R- BLANTON
In UK E-tale 1.1
ESTHER SCHWARTZ,
t ,NOT'CE TO CREDITORS
T.. All Creditors i..... All Persom Hav-
HJ "alma or Demands Against Bald
You are hereby notified and reoulr-
to present any i-iaim* and demand*
Hlii.-h you may haw-against in. ....
tan- of ESTHER SCHWARTZ do-
'am* late oi Dade County, Florida,
. the ount) Judge* ,.i Dndi County:
and rile the name In duplicate ami
as provided In Section 731.16, Florida
Maiuu.su, their offleeirfti the Coun-
ty I ourthoUM In Dude County, Flu-
id:,. Hiihin six calendar months iron,
the iinw- in the first publication here-
of, or Hi.- .sain,. m ). bair.il
UGAL NOTICE
LEGAl NOTKE
Hal
day <
Kl
7 30 v 1-13-2(1
(E OF ACTION
kUIT COURT OF THE
I judicial Circuit
IDA IN AND FOR
4TY. CIVIL ACTION
to. 71-14367
'OR DIVORCE
fTiflO if
Foo.w.ai.ez.
GONZALEZ, Wife.
[RIA 111 NZAI.EZ
A.-11 Parkalde
Heights,
i flOH20
MARIA OONZAI.BZ,
(titled ili.it a Kill "I Com-
Hrorce lias I.....n filed
ami you arc required to
t your Aiibw .-r or Plead-
[Jlil! of Complnlnl on the
Ittorney, BKYMOl'R M.
Aiii.-l.y Building, 14th
(i Avenue, Miami. Florida
'I.....' Iglnal Answ .-r or
Ithi off......I Hi. Clerk of
tun !! or before lite In|
l-ml!'- I --T1 If you full lo
l h) di rnull ill I..
you i..i Hi. rel
I SI II "i Complaint
shall I..- published (nice
U ii .. \> .-. ..
ism ki mil .i \ ,
B^'i> i: i i: i r i; i
di v ..I Juls A 11
EATIIBRM V.\ i
fl i- t'liuniy, Flm du
K ISSKK, I >i |>ui! i
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lluildii k
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7 : .
NOTICE Or ACTION
N^^^PSlrtCUIT COURT OF THE
ITH JUDICIAL CIHCUIT
ILORIDA IN AND FOR
JOUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
|ON FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
No. 71-14346
,K\ INK, lluBl.aii.l, and
INK Wife
i bv i.\ i:
lenwood Road
.a-. New York
i. i l KVINE. .1. h.....y
in ii Petition fol I ill -.ii
.ii til. .1 against \"U. and
|uired lo nerve n cop) of
i Pleading t.. the Peti-
is-..luii..n "f Marriage un
r's attorney, l-awr< n.-< *!
104, 1150 8.W Kirsi
mi. Florida 33130 and file
l Answer or Pleading In
^bf ihe Clerk of Ihe Circuit
i on oi i., i..r.- tii.- 1m dui ol
-mber :.,....-. do no,
H .i. i. .1
i*t aau for the relief demanded
.Miami. Plorlda,
-luly A 11 i:.7i
DOHA SCHWARTZ
As Executrix
Firat publication of this notice
ih- 16th day ..I July, |M1
TAI.IANOFK fc ItADK.I!
Attorney (or Executrix
l'j" l.lin..iii Road
Miami Beach, Florida 1X4M
7 1 ..-::-:'." .<
tins. 7ih
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 73986-B
IX KB: Kstat. ..I
STRACS8 OANTZ,
I>......as.-.l.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTn.'H i- hereby given thai I
have filed n Final [tenon and I'.-ti-
tl.'ii t..r Iii.sini.iiiii.n ami Final lii--
ctiarge as Bxecutor ..1 Ihe .slate ..f
STKAISS ii.ixtz, il.. ..,-.,1 and that
"n the isth day of AUKUtd. 1971, will
applj to Hi. Honorable Count) Judirea
1.1 Dud.. County, Florida, for approval
of xaid Final Kep^n and for dlxirihu-
ti"ii and final dU'harge ,,- Exei in-.,-
of Hi.- estate ol Ihe ; bove-iiain.d
decedent This .'ml dnv 1 Julv l!"TI
xatii \mi:i. f <;AVI'/,
I Ixei Hi..-
\nBRS, KAPLAN, PORTED
LBVIX8I IN & KKXIN
Al I"11 -
1 IRn s \\ First Si
-Miami. Pli rids
!
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DATJE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
____ CASE NO. 71-13133
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIACE
IN RH: THE MARRIAUE in-
UOXXA SU ANTEK, wife, and
RONALD EDWIN BWANTKK.
luisi.ainl
Tti: RONALD EDWIN SWANTEK
84 w......aide
Essi will.-. .Mi.-tilcali
V.^r. imXAIih EDWLV'HWANTHK,
are hereby notified that a Hill ..f
lompluint for Divorce has been filed
attains) you, and you are required to
sin, a i..py of your Answer or
Pleading t,. the liiii ..f Complaint on
the Plaintiffs attorney, BTONB ,
SiiST.-IIIN, mi N.w. |jt|, Avenue.
Miami. Florida Phone: S."iS-42r2 and
file the oriicinal Answ.-r or Pleiuiins
".'. "jf "nil..... the Clerk <.f the
< in mi Court on or before the 2mh
day 1.1 Aukiisi. 1:171. If you fail to do
so, JudKineni by default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
mand. (| ii, the itiii of Complaint.
rius notice shall be published once
each We.-k fur fnir ......seeuiiv week*
In THE JEWISH Kl.iiKIDIAN
..."">'K AX" ORDERED at Miami,
Florida; thla Bth day of Juiv \ D
1*71,
i." 1: Leatherraan, Clerk,
t ircuit Court. Dude County, Fii.ri.ia
By: \. a. HBWETT
D.-nuty Cl.-rk
11 ircull Cnurt S.al 1
S'l'UNt: ,H- SI I8TCHIN
l"l N.W. 1'Jth Avenue
Miami, Florida 331.111
Attorneys f... Plaintiff
7 16-33-30 < T.
lEGAL NOTKE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-2012
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
JACK BODENSTEIN,
l>< -. a.sell.
To All Creditor* ami All Person" Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
Vou are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
nial..i.- uluili you may have against
tin- estate of JACK BODEXSTEIX,
leceaxed late of Dade County, Flor-
ida, to the County Judgea of Dade
Lounty, and file Ihe sallle in du|i|i-
.at. and as provided iii Section 7.::; -
18, Florida staiuies, in their offlc< -
in the County Courthouse in Dade
County, Florida, within six calendar
months from the time of the first
publication hereof, or the name will
be burred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, tins Uth
da) oi -luly. AD 1971.
Itl'TII HOCHB8RC
As Administratrix
Cum Textnm. nto AlllloMi
fust publication of this notice on
the n.th day "t July, l71,
SIMti.V, HAVS & ORtrNDWElUl
lly: Moses J. Ilrundwerx
Attorney for Administratrix 1 T A.
i"i Aiii-l.y Bulldlna
Miami, Florida ::,".i-l'
7/1C-33-36 B 8
jHen for the relief demanded
the Pe' 1. 1 1 .. .ut 11 01
'rtaje*.
BEf ,'n"11 be published n|ie
Tor four eolise'-utive w.-.-Ks
[WISH 1'IXiItlDIAN.
ID 1 > 1:e > 1:1: -1 at Miami,
37th day of July A D
JATMEI'.MAN, Clerk.
t. Dade Couutv. Florida
J. P. Ci'l'KI-A.YH
Deputy Clerk
Seal)
C PORTHR
. Porter,
'iiin
S.W, First sir. .1
a 33130
I'.-tiiion,
:;.' 6-13 50
nc
Hun
AUBUS
lar
E OF ACTION
CUIT COURT OF THE
H JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
RIDA IN AND FOR
NTY. CIVIL ACTION
LNo. 71-13484
FOR DISSOLUTION
MARRIAGE
,11 Inge oi I 'onnie
Wife, and s .1,111. 1 e
Husband
1: iii'.vtei:
l/.a
I liuhw ay
Kentui kj 42U!
:i. 1: in \ti:i:
il that a Petition for
Marriage hnn hi en
.'"ii .....1 > 11 are n
V a cop) \ .-111 \
I ih. Dii "in- on
1I1. Wife's nttornov
U 1 11 KSl IN ins l-
Miami, r-
Mnnl Vt Plead
! .1 ih. i'i, ,1 of Ihe
on or bi fore Ihe 23rd
1971 If you fall In do
y fault ill he
f the n llel -l.-ni niil.-.l
*> Dlssolul.......r
"i:ni'i:i:ii ., Miami.
Ill day of lulv A 11
Pll l-:i: MA V. 1 'lei I
[Dad.- 'ounty pi.....|a
J. M K ISSEE
'1 i^i^Heii 11
Di I Si
Mtiti. ,
' '"' 1
"I, Florida.-
I :: :., 8,6-1.1
IN THE CIRCUIT COLM-' OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, FLORIDA
-^0. 71.13845
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IX RE Tl Man 11 ol
ItAI'L RO* :
HII.D I) III .S. ,
Tl 1 ;i Ml 1: 1. 11 Hi is
1 i-Sti inbrdi 1 '
rfelmesdl
u ..I ';, in.
i'OD ARE HEIiEIIY MiTIFIED
1
bei 1 lied igalin 1 you, and you
herehj -. iuired 10 1 a 1
3 "in answer or othei pleading : the
Petition 11 ih, Hn 1
LESTER III il- l:s. who 1 nddt -
1 164 X.VV 17th Al II. Miami. Flo
ridn 13121. and t Ihe orivlnal with
the Clerk of Un ab.n -> i, ,1 1 'out 1,
on or before the 27tli August
l!'7l or Defaull will he 1 -
ngaim 1 i.-u
DATE1 I thl !lsl 1l.1v ., .luii 1-171
I-: i: [JCATHERMAN
1 "l.-ik of 1 'Ireull c. in 1
BY: 1' 1 a a M 1 M AN
it "In tin 'out 1 Seal)
7 23
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
No. 71-13115
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In It. The Marriage 111.
KVELY v tysi IN, iie and
SAMUEL JEROME TYSON,
husband
To: SAMUEL JEROME TYSO.1
l.".:;i Ix-noK Pin,..
Itali\, a>, N. \\ Jersey
VOC AIM-: HEREBY notified that
a Dissolution of Marriage has 1.....n
filed ngaiturl you, and you are here-
by required to s.-rve a cop} "f your
.H.-wer or other pleading lo the peti-
tion ..11 the wile's attorney, LESTER
ROGERS, whose ad.lr.-s> |* 1451 \ w
lilh Avenue. Miami. Florid 1 3312.* and
fib- the original with ihe Clerk of the
above styted Court, on or before the
18th day '( August l7l Or 0 Default
will be entered nguItlHt you.
DATED thi- th tin* of July. 1U71.
E il LEATHBRMAN
i llerk of cireuit Court
By: It M KISSER
(Circuit 1 "Ul I Seal!
7 16-23.311 v.r.
NOTICE OF ACTION
(No Property)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-14212
ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
la UK: 'I'la Marriagi of
VERONICA USOSTINO. Wife .....I
I1ERNARD 11 \\ I: At :i 8TINl
Husband
Tl 1 BERNARD I >A\ E Atlt >STIN< I
You, BERNARD DAVE AflOSTINO,
are hereb> notified (hal an action
(oi Dissolution ..1 Marriage has been
tiled agit nst j iiu, .."-I >"ii are n
,nii. .1 to serve n opj o( yout 1II
1.-a defi nsi 8, if an)', to 11 on Ihi Pe
lllloiu r" lot 111 ; ILRBRT \\ II.-
i:\sk 1 1 -i 1'.......1 -1 lluilding .-'
U esl Flngler Street, Ml....... Florid
1 ml file 11..... nal i'Ii tl"
cii-i I, ..1 ih. Cir.'Uil 1 '.-in 1 on ..1 he
lor.- ih. 31 111 daj ol Vuitusl, 1071 .
otnerwlsi .1 defaull \'. Ml be entered
against you for the relief demanded
In ih......nplalnl -i p.
This n.aie. shall I" published onci
each week for fout eonsecutlvi week*
in THE ll'.v ISM l-'l >RIDI W
in ivi-: \ \i > IRDERED nl Miami,
Florida, tbii 261 h da) ol Jul> \ I'
1971
I-: II LEATH l'i:.M A \. 1 "lerk,
1 11. in 1 1 oiiii. I hide Cuiiii Florida
Bj 1: M KIS8EE
I'.nun Clerk
un. nil 1 "iirl Seal 1
ALBERT WIIEN8KY i:s>..i IRE
1104 1 'i.in-..nl Building
'.'. \\ 1 Flngler Street
Miami. Florida
\i loriiey for Petitioner
7 :. v >;
1 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
1 OF DADE COUNTY.
STATE OF FLORIDA
No. 78805-A
NOTICE OF FINAL REPORT AND
APPLICATION FOR DISCHARGE
n IIE: Estate of
lit IRRIS LEVINE, deceased,
; TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
1 Notice i- given that DAVID GAR-:
NET. executor of the above styled I
estate, has completed Ins ntlminis-
! I rat inn and has filed In this rout 1
his final report and application for
discharge Objections, if any. should
i" duly filed with this court. After
filing proof oi publics.....1 showing
that this notice has been published
.. ne< k for four ronsecutii
latter ol ------ .-.l of ihe i
1 |i -ii. Ihe !... ring of dist ribul
"i thi *lali in. ludlng allot
fees, mill tl
charge of DAVID (5ARNET, exe-
in-.1 will -p.. I .-' .re Ihi i-Hurl
David 1 ;.u 11. 1
DAVID i;.vi:m 1
LAW OFFICES OF
1:1 IBEICT IV IV I Si i.N
IMi llox 1*
'Ii .it 33117
CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE
I HEREBY CERTIFY that .1 eop>
Ihi abovi S'otlci of filing pi 11
i"i final .li-. hargi of \. utor. In-
notlei ol '-.-.-
final .-.. ..uiiiu g mid petit Ion for ilir
liiliulioi -i dlsehargi nml eop>
..1 nffldni II erv li-i 1
Malliews, attorney, I
nl Ii- .1 i" each "f Hi- In
11ami .1 in thi pelltloi bj I 1
Stated in...I Ihls .I>iIv 1. U171
s Jnl .1 \ Ma thi .
J IHN A M ATIIEU S X'l'l'i III \ l'\
7 j::-:;.i s .;. 1 :
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 71- 13706
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Iii KB: The Marriage of:
BPIFANIA TA Yl.nl: wife and ,
u il FRED T \ VI t'K. husband
TO: u 11 l-'l{i-:ii TAY 1 11:
Realdem 1* I'nkni wn
YOl" ARE HEREBY notified thai
:. Petition for Diseolutlon of M.in-i-
nge ha> been filed agaimd >"ti and
>ou are hetvby required lo serve a
copy of your answer or other plead-
ing to the p.-tin........ the wife's at-
torney, LESTER 1:1 i'IEI'.s, whose ad-
.li... is 1464 N \v. iTtli Avenue, Ml-1
ami. Florida ::::':"., and file the origi-
nal with tin Clerk of tti. above'
styled Court. 011 or before the 2.4th
ibiV of Auuu-t 1971, 0* a Default I
Will be ellter, d RgainSt fOU.
DATI'ID this 19th day of July. 1"7!
(1 "ireult Court Seali
K. It LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of citviiit Conn
Bj : .1 .1 MEIjHON
Deputy t"lrrk
7/33-36 s 6-13
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
vnTICE IS HKREBT OtVEN that
tip- undersmiieil (lefllrlng to engage
[111 business under the fictitious 11.un-
of ASS 1 :::t:i Arthur Godfrey Read, Miami 1
Reach. Florid:' intend t" register --.i.l I
iniime with th*1 Clerk of the Circuit I
I Court oi Dole County, Florid.-
DRS. KTORL. I BARER.
SU VERMAN. ni"T!.vi:i: A
PIEDEIJ4' 'I TV,. PA
by: Leonard M. Sllvcrmnn
Secret: 1 >
si v \ 1.1:1 II RICH Mill
Aii'-rne' i-.i nppllcnnts
60S I.I11...I1, I:.....I
Miami Reaeh. Plu 33I3J
7 1 : ::: 36 f :
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\i .'I'lii: IS HEREBY I5I\ l-'.v thai
Ihi undersigned desiring to .
..- mi- in- -s 11.1.1...... .1- nami
of VORTM MIAMI TV SALES AND
. si I1VICI-: ..1 -_'.. N E 127th Stre. I,
; North Miami. I" -
.111. i 1 It ihe 'I- 1 i, ..1 il
leuil Court ..1 Da SMC 11. i\" >i OEI1BEI!
I VCK STEVENS
II /.. 1.1. I
\ mini
1 : \ 1 11 is
North til in lb Fl
CONSTRUC 1 tve 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
I.N RE: EDW ARD Hl'i IROE
Husband,
ami
El.y.l'.li: IA 1IRAZYNA
lili KILE I SEl IRl IE,
Wife
Tl i: EDWARD QEt ROB
40 Easl Parade
I-:.ist-.-......1. Sydney, Australia
YOl" ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that aii a. ii..ii for Dlsolutlon oi Mar-
riage has b.-.-n filed against you and
you arc required to serve a copy of
youi written defenses, I) any, to il
VNUEl.O A ALL aiioin.v : 1
Petitioner -I. se address is Suite
Iimi Kobi 1 is lluilding, rt"i -i Fli N 1
^i so, and lib-
with the elet k n( Ihe
al" vi si> led ..tii 1 011 or
rli mil
'.....1 aga.- -1 you for the
. 1 nib .1 In the oinpi.-ni! "i
hi
1 II be publish. .1........
..''* ii .... fi it four .....~. I--
: JEW I8H Fl I IRIDIAN
\\ IT n i:ss in-, h md and 1
Miami, Florid
III lav ol iiii.
'' H 1 E.'.i'li RH \\ \\.
\ 1- 1 :.. 'ii nil -n.-'
I. tde 1 'ount *. Florida
"- N A HEWKTT
As Deputy Clerk
< mi 'ourl s-
VNORI/1 \ M.I, l-',s..ii 11:1:
1 I I |he| I- Hull
'- (Vest Flacli Slreel
tit.ii r Petli oner
7 ii -2.1 :
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 71-8677
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
\l \IMON II III XTEH
Plaintiff,
\ s
lOIIERT Hl'NTEIl
I 1. nl lalll.
f ROBERT IH'NTKR
i:.-si,1.mi.. I'tiknown
You. ROBERT HCNTER, an- here-
by notified ihat .1 Bill of Complaint
for Dlvori'e has been filed against
you, and you are required t<> serve
, cony "i \ "in- Answer or Pleading to
h. RIM oi Complaint on the Plaintiffs
ittorney, mei.vvn Ki'ssl.Elt. I6K9
Coral Way. Miami. Florida and file
th.- original Answer or Pleading In
Ihe office of ihe Chirk of the Circuit
Cowl "II "I* before the l:ith day of
Auuust. 1971. If yojl fail tO do so,
iudgmeltl by defaull will be taken
against >*"U for the relief demanded
in th.: Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be publish..! once
.-a.-h i>..i. for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH Kl iMIIDIAV.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida. Ibis Bth day of .luly A.D.
1971.
1: 1:. LEATHBRMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dad.. Ci.iiinv Florida
By: N. A. HBWETT
Deputy clerk
11 'Ircuit Court Real)
klEI.VYN KE8SLEI1
Attorney for Plaintiff
i.'.:i Coral \\':i\
Miami, l-'loiida
7 16-2.1 in > ;
IN THE CIVIL COURT OF RECORD
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
No. 71-7191
NOTICE OF ACTION
' ARNER BANK OF
MIAMI IIEAt II, a Florid*
bunking corporation,
Plaintiff,
MEI.vi.v 1. HARBERNEI.L and
.ICDITH I-:. HARBERNKLL hi.
wife.
Defendants
TO: MEI.vi.v 1.. BAUBEllNELL
and .111 UTH E.
IIARBERNBLL, his wife
Defendants
II "7 Soluay
Ilousion. Texas
YOU, MEI.VIN I.. BARBERNELIj
and JUDITH E. HARBERNELL, his
wife, are hereby notified that a Com-
plaint tor Damage* has been filed
against you, and you are required to
serve a uopj of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Complaint on the Plain-
tiff's attorneys, CVPEN a NEVIN8
(Stephen H. Cypen), 82S Arthur tjod-
ti'-y Road, .Miami Beach, Florida
--.lit", ami file th.- original Answer or
Pleading In the office of the Clerk
of the Civil Court of Record on "r be-
I lore the 1:1th day of August. 11.71 If
you fall to do so. Judgment by default
win be taken against >ou for the re-
lief demanded in the Complaint.
This notice shall be published onee
each week for four 141 consecutive
weeks in THE JEWISH FLOKIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, ibis Mb. day of .lulv. |!r?]
.1. K. McCRACKBN, Clerk
civil court of Record
Dade County, Florida
By CHARLES c PACK
Deputy ''lerk
11 ix il Court ol la-.ord Seali
CYPEN & NEVIN8
(Stephen H. i 'yiien 1
Attorneys for Mail tiff
N-". Arthur to.ilti. 1 itoad
Miami Beach, Florida 18MD
7 16-23-30 !
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-2390
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
:'i R E Bsta.....1
PHIL IP IIEAH
D-------..I
To All Creditors ai .1 All Person. 11 ,
lug 1 'laim- .-i |)i mauds Against Sa I
ale:
You ari hereb.i notified and re-
' :" 1..... it anj ...in. a'nd de-
li a may have against
PHILIP HEAR
.1 luti nl I., County, Flo -
1 Un- 1 '.-un. .ludgi ol I ui .
t.v. ai .1 i,'. ih. same In ilupl -
aid -is provided In Section 7 I, '..
in th,Ir ol 1
the 1 '..'.1 1 I'iiu I 11 ,1 I
11 Flm Ida, w 1;Urn endar
months 11..11. 1
iu n Ii. n 01 or the same will
--.- ha 1
I'aie.I at Mian FI01 ,
of Jul; k.ll
Hi ..< \l IND BEAU
\. Bxi utrlx
Fil st pulilli ati 1 of il .- 1
the 16th d : 1971
. IH l\\ \RD II HI RSI I
A ion .1 -in
Mil -41st Slreel Mil mi Bern h, Fin
7/16-2 ig 6
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CASE NO. 71-7797
NOTICE OF SUIT
HETTY .1 A LURlTTl IN.
Plaintiff,
WILLIAM II Al.HRITTON,
I lei. ml.IIII.
Tl Mil LIAM H, Al BRITTl >N
I:, sldem I'nl.now 11
YOL' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an ."lion for divorce has been
filed against you, and you are r.--
quired to servi 11 copy ..1 your writ-
ten defenses:, If any. to it on HER-
BERT L HEIKEN, Attorney for
Plaintiff, 1103 Ainsle] Building, Mi-
ami, Florida 33132, and tile the "ripi-
nat Kith th. ci.rk of the above
st \b.I Curt, on or before August 23,
1871: otherwise, 0 Judgment may be
entered against you for the relief
1. mnnded In the Complaint.
WITNESS my hand and tile seal of
said Court ..11 July 1.7. t971.
(Cir.-uii Court Seal)
E R. LEATHBIU1AN.
as Clerk ^t the Raid Court
lly: K. M I.V.MAX
Deputy Clerk
7 23-30 8 ii-13
NOTICF UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
|i K IS 111:1:1 a"- tllVEN Hint
ii- ,1. ...-.., 1 de-lrtng 1 -
In busiiu urn
..1 SANFOIH) I EVINE, M M nl '"'
I in. ..In Itn id. Mini
1 .....II u'll
Clerk Ihi I 'It ull 111 1 of I lade
County, i'i a-.-1..
S \ Vi-'i IKH I KVI.NIC "Ii P.A
SPARBEK ZEMKI IKHKIN
a HEll.BRi '\Ni-:i: r '
\i lorn. \ H for apnl. i'ii
106 \* Risen s ne lloule\ nrd
Miami. I'la ::::i::.'
7 1 >'- SO S/l
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-13353
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN HE The Main m. ol
WILLIAM ELIjSWORTH HARRIS,
11,1 hand,
-and*
l.'I'T'l S II VBRIS,
IVIli
Tl W II.I.IAM EI.I.SW 1 IRTH
HARRIS
\ 1..' 1111. ui :" I
- I'l.oi .1 \ \ .-nil.-
Takonin Park. Man laud
YOl' ARE HBKBin NOTIFIED
Mi.1 a Petition t'.i Dissolution of .Mar
I... 1 n filed naming >uu as
|..-.|.'.inleni ami you an- required lo
...\, a copy of Y.>u> Answer or other
plendlngi on Mi. Petitioner's Attorney:
\ KOBERT CARLISLE, ::'a Alham-
Circli Coral (Sables, FI01 Ids
- 11.....rlglnnl ..r an> such
\ -I.......iie 1 nil ndina in the of.
flee of Ihe Clerk "i the above
Court ......1 before Ihe 13th J nl
11..-IISl, 1971 II ^'ll fail IO dO s.
ii-i in. nl b> .1.-fault Will 1"- luki II
\ ..11 for ib. relief demandi .1
-1 .aid Petition
DONE AND ORDERED in Miami
i.,.i, Counts Florida this 14 das of
1971,
I' r: I EATIIERM \N
1 -lerk f the Circuit Court
Dade Cnotv l^toeirln
By: HELEN KE88LER
AS DepllH Cb-.li
7 !'. ::: ::> ;
IN THE Cin'NTY JI'DCiE'S COl-RT
IN AND FOR DAIiE COI'N'TV. Fl.'iK-
1IA IN PltOHA'IF. No. 70-3888 IN
RE: Estate of HRI-EN J. EY'RB De-
. eas.-d. N'OTIOB 'K INTENTION Tt
MAKE APPLICATION" FOR DISTltl-
BI'TION AND FINAL DISCHAROB
NOTICE Is hereby given that I have
filed tin Final Report and Petition
for Distribution ami Final Discharge
as Executor "i the estate of HELEN
.1 EYRE, d" eas.-d; and that "ii the
16th day of August, IMI, will apply
to the Hojiorable Count} Judgea of
Dad.- County, Florida, for approval of
...id Final Report and for distribution
and filial discharge as- EXCCUtOr nf
the estate of the above-named dece-
1. m This 13th daj of July. 1M1.
I.CCIEN H WOODARD. Bxecutor of
Ihe Estate of Helen .1 Eyre, dee'd.
1..11 Beybohl Ihilldlng .Miami Florida
1 I'CIEN : W< 1 IARD \ttoi-.
ne> L-'l Seyhobl Building Miami
Florida !;I132
7 23-80 II '
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
No. 71- 13853
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: Ihe marriagi
KRTHI'R :!: "ROE BATCH,
husband and
\ 1 ICE VNOEI \ !. Al' III
N'.-u v- rtin 1 (letirge Rnugh reai-
ienci Hois Uoj P.O P 1 Hand.
.1 r. required to file your
i:tsu.i- i. the petition for dissolution
.f marriage with the Clerk of the
i><>\- ..-mi ami serve .< copy thereof
upon. Hormnn Cohen. Esq.. mo-il
Congress Bldg., Miami. Florida on ot
before August "'.i'i. IOT1 "i else default
Will be enleled agalPSl v.-ll Il.il.-.l
July 81, 1971
E 1: I BATHERMAN
1 'lerk oi the Circuit Court
R> I!. M KISSEE
(1 'Ircuit Court Seal 1
7 !3 '" 8 S-lt


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DISCUSS JOINT if FORTS FOR SOVIET JEWS
Jewish FloiHidJtaiti State Leaders
Meet Sunday
Liami. Florida Friday, Aug. 6, 1971
Section B
Jerry Goodman Conference's
Full-Time Executive Director
NEW YORK Jerry Goodnvin,
.specialist in Soviet Jewish Af-
lirs, wili assume the position of
JtRRY GOODMAN
Kecutive director of the American
wish Conference on Soviet Jewry
i of Aug. 16. Richard Maass, chair-
in of the Conference, announced.
j Mr. Goodman, who has been
jropean Affairs Specialist of the
nerican Jewish Committee since
ice 1964. will be the first full
ne executive director the Con-
rence has had since it was es-
jlished by major American Jew-
organizations seven years ago.
appointment is the result of a
cent restructuring of the Con-
?nce, which will now operate
Ith an independent budget that
111 enable it to initiate specitic
Dgrams and projects nationally
nd internationally.
1 Since its inception, the Confer-
nce's activities have been coordi-
ited by various professional per-
ns on loan from its member
gencics. The most recent coordi-
ator was Abraham J. Bayer of
lie National Jewish Community
Nations Advisory Council, who
fcrved for the last three years.
, 'The restructuring of the Con-
Irenec ami the appointment of a
pnir Appointed Ambassador
NEW YORK Rehaveam
^niir. 5S. Israeli Consul General
|or the past three years, has
teen appointed as Isra( l's Am-
assador to Thailand. He and
bis wife anil two daughters are
eaving here this week for his
tew post. In addition to its dip-
omatic dealings, the embassy
naintains contact with that na-
on's 80 Jewish families and
Ir. Amir hopes to establish re-
lations with the American Jew-
servicemen stationed there,
timated at about 300 persons.
full time director." Mr. Goodman
declared, 'reflect the increasing
commitment of Jewish organiza-
tions in this country to wage a
dynamic and systematic campaign
on behalf of Soviet Jews.
"The campaign to be undertaken
by the Conference," he continued,
"will have a twofold purpose: to
help open wide the doors for Soviet
Jews who have given up on the
Soviet system because of discrimi-
nation and who wish to go to
Israel or to the West: anil to make
possible a Jewish life in the Soviet
Union for those Jews who wish to
create a Jewish community there
free of discrimination and equal
to other Soviet ethnic and reli-
gious groups."
One of the first actions he will
take as executive director of the
Conference. Mr. Goodman an-
nounced, will be the formation of
a "consortium of scholars and spe-
cialists in Soviet affairs from ma-
jor universities and private organi-
zations to advise the Conference
and its constituent members on
board policy and strategy."
The consortium will include eco-
nomists, political scientists, histor-1
ians and experts on religious and
nationality questions, he said, add-
ing that the names will be an-
nounced in late September to coin-
cide with the return of faculty
members to university campuses.
Mr. Goodman's knowledge of
Eastern European Jewry stems
from extensive study, travel and
work in the field of international
relations. Prior to his association
with the AJCommittee, he was on
the staff of the Foreign Policy As-
sociation dealing with research
projects and community programs
in citizen education in world
affairs.
He has traveled extensively in
Europe. North Africa and the Mid-
dle East, and has made special
study trips to Central Europe. East
Europe and Israel. In 1968, he
served as the staff consultant to
an AJC leadership mission to East
Europe and Germany.
He has served as host of the
weekly "Dialogue" radio program
on station WEVD. New York, since
its inception three years ago, lec-
tured on international relations and
European affairs and taught in
adult continuing-education pro-
grams.
A frequent speaker before col-
lege groups, youth forums, and
church groups on the religious and
national life of minorities in East-
ern Europe, Nazism and Commu-
nism, and social, cultural and po-
litical issues facing Jews and other
minorities, especially in Europe,
for a time. Mr. Goodman edited
"Insight." AJC's publication on
developments affecting Jews and
other minorities in Eastern Europe,
and was the author of articles on
Rumania for the American Jewish
Yearbook.
A native of New York City. Mr.
Goodman graduated from City Col-
lege of New York, where he ma-
jored in Political Science. He ob-
tained his M.A. degree in Inter-
national Relations at New York
University, and has also studied at
the Berl Katznelson Institute in
Israel and the Jewish Theological
Seminary in New York.
Mr. Goodman and his wife, the
former Susan Tumarkin. have a
son, Micah Jeremy, two, and a
one-month-old daughter, Nina
I Elisabeth.
Abraham J. Bayer, who has
rved as coordinator of the
American Jewish Conference on
Soviet Jewry for the past three
years, will make a special pres-
entation on the current situation
faced by the Jews of Russia
Sunday during a special meet-
ing hosted by the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation at its new
building, 4200 Biscayne Blvd.,
according to an announcement
made by Morton Silberman.
chairman of the Federation's
Community Relations Commit-
tee.
Leaders from eight Jewish
community organizations will
participate in the discussion of
joint efforts to be made in be-
half of Soviet Jews and formu-
late plans of action on a state-
wide level to gain maximum ex-
posure on behalf of their three
million brethren in the Soviet
Union.
Participating in the discussion
will be representatives of the
Jewish Federations of Palm
Beach County, North Broward
County and Greater Hollywood,
and the Jewish Community
Councils of Jacksonville, Cen-
tral Florida. (Orlando) Tampa
and St. Petersburg.
"During the past few months,
it has become evident that the

MORTON SIIBIRMAN
leaders in the Soviet Union re
becoming more and more sensi-
tive to world public opinion. s-
pecially dissent from the United
States." Mr. Silberman declar d.
"This meeting in Miami will,
hopefully, set forth a definite
plan of action, where the major
cities of Florida will participate
jointlyboth on a local ami a
state levelto show Florida
Jewry's deep concern for their
fellow Jews in Russia."
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Friday, Aug. 6.
on leiitt
Rufh Kasscwiti
MATH TEACHER
September 1971
Private school, small classes, cer-
tified t experienced teachers.
Hillel Day School. 922-3444
Lynn B. Clarke
Miami Beach Selected
For '74 Convention
The- Public Relations Society of
America, which normally draws
o.ix>0-4.000 delegates t.. its annual
conwntion has selected Miami
Bt-acti for its 1074 national meet-
ing. The '74 meeting will follow
national conventions in Washing-
ion. D.C.: Detroit and Honolulu.
Lynn B. Clarke, president of the
E m Florida Chapter, and direc-
tor of public relations of the Uni-
-ii> .: Miami, announced that
Ron Levitt, president Ol a Coral
Gnbie< c i inseling firm, has been
named chairman of a 3-man com-
mittee to coordinate the local ef-
forts for the meeting at the Ameri-
cana Hotel in November of 1974.
Mr. Levitt, .i past southeastern
ch. the pi -si >nai orsj m-
ition, Mi. Clarke and Ruth Kas-
sewitz, also i pas) president of the
Chapt r, and direc-
ounicalions for Metro's
HUD, will coordinate the
ictivities with the national
"PRSA members from Florida
'. have been trying to lure the na-
tior.al convention here lor the
past six years. We expect the Mi*
i :uni Beach location to bring dele-
gates from the 50 states ami from
related organizations in the inter-
national public relations field to
South Florida." Mr. Clarke said.
The Public Relations Society ol
'America, with a membership o!
more than 8.000 nationwide, i>
i the oldest and largest professional
' organization for public relations
I executives i:i the world.
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vJenisti fhridia,ri
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Rabbi Schiff Officiating
X High Holy Day Services
t>bi Solomon Schiff, director
Greater Miami Jewish Fod-
Bn's Community Chaplaincy
co. will officiate at the 1971
Holy Day services at the
er Miami Hebrew Academy,
Dine Tree Dr., Miami Beach.
louncement of Rabbi Schiff's
^ement was made by Irving
president of the Hebrew
hiiy. who stressed the rabbi's
II training and experience as
Itor and said both Rosh Ha-
HBli and Ym Kippur services
held in the Academy's air
[ioned auditorium.
i Schiff, who also servos as
Ive vice president of the
ical Association of Greater
performed both cantorinl
bh;nie functions during his
Sillx rman Named
Board Chairman
Nw York Jewish communal
Samuel J. Silborman has
cted chairman of the board
iFlorence G. Hollor-JVVB Re-
; Center, Morton L. Mandel,
fed industrialist and presi-
le^V the National Jewish Wei-
are Bo.i I. announced at a recent
<>ardfiol directors meeting in New
folk.
Condii' '"<1 by IWB in coopera-
1 on witl the Association of Jewish
Vnto# Workers, the Research Cen-
ter pjjlniiil.itos ;mil helps support
eseareh projects and demostra-
lion pop-am* related to the Jew-
sh pcaposes and practices of JWB-
ifffltaled Jewish Communitv Cen-
i>r and YM-YWHAs.
The Ri -e.iiTh ("enter i< currently
neoepthm proposals from Jewish
Common:!\ C'enle's for now proj-
Ctl Brtended to deal with such
-natters as J,wish family life, Jew-
ish identification, the needs of
senior Citizens, and ways to reduce
the lade o! coniinunioation between
youth and parents and youth and
the Jtitrish community.
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RABBI SOLOMON SCHIFF
years of service at Congregation
Roth El in Miami.
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, prin-
cipal of the Hebrew Academy, will
deliver the sermons during the
High Holy Days, and work closely
with Rabbi Schiff in conducting
the religious services.
A member of the national speak-
ers bureau of the United Jewish
Appeal, Rabbi Schiff will turn from
speaking to chanting for the High
Holy Days.
A lyric tenor. Rabbi Schiff stud-
ied under the noted Cantor Perl-
min of New York and before he
was ordained was a cantor in Chi-
cago, Cincinnati and Buffalo.
He also performs cantorial func-
tions when conducting services
throughout the year at Mount
Sinai Hospital, the Jewish Homo
for the Aged and other agencies
staffed by the Federation's chap-
laincy servid .
City Dedicating
Henri Levy Park
The City of Miami Beach will of-
ficially dedicate the Henri Levy
Park and fountain at 71st Street
and Bay Drive, in ceremonies there
Tuesday at 10 a.m.
Mr. Levy's widow. Rose, and
family along with City officials
will unveil a plaque to honor the
pioneer at the ceremonies. Leaders
in all walks of life, including long-
time residents, will also participate
in the event.
Mr. Levy, pioneer developer of
Normandy Isle, donated the streets,
park and fountain in that area to
his adopted city in 1926, naming
it for his home province in Franco.
Ho also was instrumental in getting
the original 79th St. Causeway
built, making numerous visits to
Washington to consult with Fed-
eral officials. At that time there
was only one other connector be-
tween Miami and Miami Beach
the heavily used and very narrow
County Causeway, now named
after Gen. Douglas MacArthur.
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Fridgy. Aug. 5.
is?;!
Dr. Lehrman Reporting On [Invention WITH PATEN?
Month-Long Survey Mission
YOU WILL NEVtH NEED %n !
UGH. AND LIKE MOST 0: lA i
PMHAPSBEOO I
Rob I: -it Lrtirman, ;>.-, s ,v*H!--o att^n I board moot:n_ of the
ague Council of Amer- worldwide Conference on Jewish
this week from Material Claims Against Germany
hiring his Switzerland visit. He
1 had been dart as the S
m Council of Am x c i s repn -
- live to the two glob I
Thr latter deals with the securing
ot Indwnnlflcatkm from the cur-
reni German enl for Nazi
crim linsl the Jews du
World War II.
The Memorial n for
JewWi Culture is implem nl
!arm to replace or rebuild
.' ivtth life in areas where :t was
- ,\--,i by the Nazis oi In ti
planting Jewish culture t" I-
;. other regions where the Jew-
people enjoy freedom.
While in Isra
with !>"th the Ash
is of the
Jewish state and with Rabbi
3hlomo Goren, new Chief Rabbi
>t Tel Aviv who recently resigned
from his posl as Chief Chaplain of
the Israeli Defense Poi
Having bo?n received officially
py the highest offic Is
Ministry ol Israel R bbi Lehr-
nan mot with the top leadership of
the Hebrew University of Jeru-
RABB1 IRVING UHRMAN
i mission I
Su tzerland, Italy, I >:
Britain and Denmark during which
he conferred with numerous to|
: iders in religion _
i i it and education.
Spiritual leader of Temple
' u-El, he will part ->:
i .. hiring th sal bath n
Sal ,-ii the Mi imi
Beach syn I ill outline
i sit to the si t< ol Isr tel.
ii Lehrman was elected to
t i'.. e rommitl.....>f the
foundation
< luring I
i eting in Get He will
I : >. Georgi S Wisi
nt ol Tel Aviv Univi
The spiritual leader of Temple
Emanu-El for the pas) 28 ye n
received briefings from kej
- : the United Jewish a
lewish National Fund. I-:
md Horn their Israeli home
es.
His infe -
- with the Chief Ral b -
irk and Great B.
tgs in R "
:eader< ol the Catholic Church's
Ecumenical Council.
During his
th k Council of v
fficial coordinating body foi
th>' Orthod i
Reform dh States
with
R of Hum : n
iU
Mrs Lehi
>n the moi
v\ a .th the hlghi si
if world Jewish leadership during
this trip, ind tiv inform
rained "ill be invaluable in my
-dent of the Syna-
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Jewist< Fkrecfi&un
Page SB
CARIH Awards Received By
Greater Miami Volunteers
{reatei Miami area volunteers
CARXH the Children's Asth-
li at -rr 1 tVM i ute ai:ci Har-
il ere hoi* ii .I in Denver,
Id. for Bielr outsl inding achieve-
Jni- d ng the 64th Animal Na-
t;iI A .i.iri. a I ''invention.
nun .' irida Council, th<> co-
knatii.i' body for the seven
y.irr Miami area CARIH Chap-
pec cd aw ar Is for Best
|nnl J< irnal based on net in-
for : .uncil- coordinating the
irt> < t 7 to VJ chapters, and
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14220 SW 78th (-.. president. Also
named were Lorber Chapter for
;"'-' chaptt r public Information
program in Division A (chapters
functioning 21 ye irs or more), and
North Dad,. Chapter for largest
percent ige incr ise in chapter
membership In Division H (chap-
ti rs in existence 10 to 1-' years).
Accepting these awards were Mrs.
Arnold Grossman, of 5805 SW
117th St., ind Mrs. Irving Dobkin,
dI North Miami Beach, presidents.
Mrs. Sobel, Mrs. Grossman and
Mrs. D.>bkin were among the more
than 400 delegates and guests at-
tending the national asthma en-
ter's convention. The delegates
represented the more than 2.">.000
CARIH volunteers in every major
City in the United States and Can-
ada, who labor yen-round to raise
two-thirds of the funds necessary
to support CARIH'8 child care and
treatment program,
Other highlights of Convention
71 were discussion sessions with
CARIH. founded In 1907 as tin
acquaint the volunteers with the
latest efforts in treatment methods
and new directions In research: a
M i can Fiesta for delegat is,
and CARIH'S children: and
purse presentation ceremonies, at
winch the auxiliaries presented
the results of their fund-r lisin i
to Arthur R. Lorber, ol
Denver n itional president.
CARIH. Hounded in 1907 as th
Jewish National Home for Asth-
matic Children, pioneered in the
development of a broad-based ap-
proach to the problems of allergic
S, Ol which asthma is the
most serious.
Happenings
Mrs. Sophie Primak will re-
view Joseph Viertel'a controver-
sial novel "Monkey on a String"
as part of the Carrier Bank Sum-
mer Rook Review Series, Mon-
day at 7:30 p.m. In the 1200
Building .Vidiiorium or ihe K-.ri.
towers.
Named to a joint Senate-House
delegation subcommittee on In-
terama were Representatives
ocUtos, inc., investment oonsult-
stonp, Sandy I)'.\linlerte. Mar-
shall Harris and Sherman Wiim,
and State Senators GeraM Lewis,
Robert Graham and Lee Wtassen-
horn. The committee is expect-
ed to meet with Flton Gflwen-
daimer. chairman of the Inter-
American Cent"!- Authority, to
discus- possible legislative ac-
tion on the long stalled project,
fr
Harold U. Hirsehlielil ami As-
sociates, In\, investment concult-
ants and registered real estate
brokers, have relocated their
headquarters to more spacious
quarters in Suite 6C2 of the Con-
gress Building,
vr &
Pete Heller and his missus are
doing a look-sec at the Cayman
Islands in behalf of their clients.
Dr. Bernardo it.....-s. vice presi-
dcnl of Washington Federal Sav-
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Friday, Aug. 6,
1971
SOCIAL BRIEFS
by Isabel Grove
ibi living Lehrmun returned
thii week from a month long
visit i.) Switzerland. Israel, Great
Britain, Denmark and Italy, in
Connection with his newly assumed
;_ Council of America.
is is is
On Aug. 15. Mrs. Harry
will celebrate her 103th birthda)
BW.-'. unded by her throe daugh-
ters, Mrs. Harry Kastan of Miami
Bea< i Mrs Phil Zuber <>t Houston.
Tex Mrs Marvin Frit dkin. Dallas.
Tex 12 grandchildren and six
great-grandchildren, The milestone
gat r-. ring will he hell at the hum
>! Mr. and Mrs. Kastan. Centenar-
ian Mrs. Miller has lived in the
United States since 1883. Now re-
covering from a broken hip. she
stiii holds court among her many
friends who are ever fascinated
by h( r ready wit and nimble fin-
gers which turn out endless arti-
cles of beauty. Mrs. Miller's pet
organization is Hadasseh, in which
sht nails four generations of life
n ers.
is is is
first-born son of Mr. and
Mrs David M. Dobin of New York
at ved July 22 in St. Luke's Hos-
pital The new mother is t'
llaine Brauner Lubarr, daugh-
; : Mrs. Fran Brauner Lubart'
Ol ami Beach and Wllkes Barre
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Pa. Named Joshua Warren, the
baby is the grandson of Rabbi and
Mrs. Rubin R. Dobin of Herzliah.
Israel and Lawrence, L.I.. N.Y.
rtabbi Dobin is executive vice chair-
man of the board of overseers of
Bar Ilan University in Israel. The
child's father is an attorney with
.he Wall Street law firm of Wofsey,
Certilman, Haft. Snow and Becker.
9- # $
Carol and Stewart Rubin of the
Osceoia Lake Inn. situated on
| beautiful Lake Osceola in Mender-
. sonvilie, N.C.. report that they
have had a banner season, indeed.
i Among those spotted at the Inn
tills year were Judge and Mrs. Eu-
gene Weiss. Judge and Mrs. Alfred
Neebitt, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Ep-
stein. Jackie and Blackie Hunter.
Bea and Zeth Brodie and daughter.
Buzi, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Thai,
and Mr. and Mrs. Larrv Albert.
is is is
Helen Kraft Farber. Miami
Beach poet, has just returned from
Washington. D.C.. where she at-
tended the International Platform
Association's annual convention.
Author of the recently published
"Random Thoughts." Mrs. Farber
was tremendously impressed with
the workshops and panel discus-
sions she attended. Among speakers
were Ralph Nader. Jack Anderson,
Thomas Cochran. Madame Chen-
nault and Irv Kupcinet. Art Link-
letter is th^ new president tor 1971-
72. Next step for Mrs. Farb >r -
membership in the prestigious
Eastern Centre Poetry Society of
London.
Final Ring Theatre Play
Has 'Disturbing9 Effect
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Cantor Yarn eh
To Serve At
Agudath Israel
Rabbi Isaac Hirsh Ever spirit I il
leader of Agadath Israel Hebrew
Institute, has announced that Can-
tor Moshe Yavneh has been en-
gaged to conduct services at tin
Orothodox synagogue starting with
the Penetential liturgy at midnighl
Saturday. Sept. 11.
Cantor Yavneh has conducted
services in Wisconsin. New York
and Florida and served for two
years as cantor with the Chap-
laincy Services assigned to the
Veteran's Administration Hospital
in New York City. He has als >
served in administrative positions
including five years as director
of a co-educational school for
troubled teenagers.
Born in New York City. Cantor
Yavneh is the son of Cantor Zal-
mon Yavneh (now in his 45th year
with one of the largest Orthodox
congregations in New York". Other
cantors in the family include a
brother, an uncle and two cousins
By BARRY MARKS
The University Of Miami's Ring
Theater prodtction of The 307th
Defense <>: Hermann Goering" left
one with a feeling >f uneasiness,
both as an Ame ind a Jew
The p! i) I nagin try trial
in the hi n ift the 307th I ne
Le ider H mann Goering
rles redcmpl >n. An elderly
Jew. victim ol the Dachau
p >r, with
God presiding and the
to serve as the jury.
During the course ol the "trial"
testimonies bj his two
wives and Adolph Hitler bring to
light disturbii g simil irities be-
G : inj and 1**71
Americ i. The a ; remind) d
that they, as jur >rs, musl excuse
much of th m< c mmitted by
the Na/'s bee :s Amcri-
tans, have stood b> quietly as
-::n ir atro w -re committed
in Vietnam.
It Is Jacab. tiv Jewish nrovru-
tor. who at last take, the
not as prosecuting
as a defendant. It was ;
who silently watch, d i
'of persecution cuknin | irj'ju*
Nazi holocaust Off* r
nee, he admits. "U.
lieve ;t could happen
society we thou
would gel betl
"The 307th Defens i Hermann
Goering" was the final
summer June-Julv series
Theater. Special credit .
-, r\i d by Brendan Kennj .. j .
cob, Steve Dunn as G
Goldstein who played n
vtm and especially D
who mad.' Hitler con* I
chilling realism.
Bead V Gem Demonstration
A demonstration bj
i ;.'m Mart will be givei
election meeting ot the Yeshiva
Dav Sch 8:30 p.m. in the Youn.:
cial hall. Mrs. Jacob I >
sky ;s president of Yi
S hool Women.

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Linda Dubov And Lawrence Wellisch Married August 1
I
Linda Ellen, daughter of Mr.
Mid Mrs. David Dubov of 6001 SW
63rd Ave., became the bride of
Lawrence Paul Wellisch on Sun-
day, Aub. 1, at the B?au Rivage
Hotel. R;-bbi Max Shapiro, who
united the parents of the bride-
groom, Mr. and Mrs. K.'inz Wel-
ltech of lS-ri SW 82ntTCt.. 29 years
gujo, officiated at the 8 p.m. cere-
mony for newlywedded Mr. and
Mr*. Wr'.-ch,
Linda Gordon
San ford Cohen
Exchange Yoivs
Comm'.'sionev and Mrs. Alex
Cordon '-;ive anioar.,vd the mar-
riage o- their da;;,'liter. Linda, ti
Sanford Cohen, -on of Mr. and
Mrs. M \ Cohen >!' N \v York
Ctt>. which took place recently in
WOod-l. r.. NY.
' M.ind;i. a graduate of Miami
Bee. h 11 jli Seho.) attended the
USi\er>.i> of Miami ar.d received
her Bachelor of Science degree
Irani N> York University. She
4uk1i* !'" three years in New
tk (';
er husband attended Columbia
Univn-viv. Yeshiv.i College and
City Co !'-kp "f New York. A for-
mer I ni;!;-h protessor, he is joined
by Linda m his business. Hammock
Master. ,-. !irm that imports ham-
mocks from Yucatan far sale in
the f'nited States. As a result of
her involvement in this rather uni-
que vocation. Linda lias appeared
on the .Johnny Carson Show and
What's My Line?"
follow >.g a Miami Boach honey-
n. the couple plans to reside
Kew York.
Bridal attendants included Sherry
Norwitz, maid of honor, Royce
Minkove, matron of honor, Fran
Katz, bridesmaid and Terri Dubov,
the bride's sister, junior brides-
maid.
The bridegroom's twin brother,
Ira Wellisch, and another brother.
Joe Wellisch, each served as best
man and ushers were Paul Dubov,
brother of the bride and Barry
Rankin. Harvey Dubov. also a
Miramar Handicap at Colder
Harry Schwartz' First Bloom.
Tartan Stable's Pretty, and H. &
L. Kern's I'm Adorable are the
principles pointing for Saturday's
S7.5C0 added Miramar Handicap
at Calder Race Course. The Mira-
mar Handicap calls for three-year-
old fillies to meet at 1 mile and 70
yards. Fans Inten ling to visit
Calder on weekends and holidays
should call ahead to the North Mi-
ami track for dining and seating
accommodations.
brother of the bride, was page.
The new Mrs. Wellisch is a grad-
uate of Miami-Dado Junior College
and will attend the University of
West Florida, majoring in Special
Education. Her husband is a grad-
uate of Southwest High School
and Miami-Dade Junior College,
and has a degree in Special Educa-
tion from the University of West
Florida.
Mrs. Esther Ciuerevitz of Balti-
more, Md.. the bride's great-grand-
mother Hew in for the nuptials.
On their return from a honey-
moon in Nassau, the couple will
live in Pensacola.
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*Jen'isti fkriafj&r
Friday, Aug. 6, 1971
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Caller, secretaries of the Chaim Weizman
Branch of Farband Labor Zionist Organization who will be
leaving Miami to settle in Israel shortly, were honored by
the Greater Miami Jewish Federation for their many years
ol outstanding leadership and untiring efforts in helping
secure and strengthen Jewish life locally and throughout
the world at a farewell-party in the auditorium of the Wash-
ington Federal Savings & Loan Association recently. More
than 300 of the Caller's friends participated, including
Sender Kaplan, (right) who is pictured above presenting
them with a certificate of appreciation on behalf of the 1971
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund.
Systems For Security
Granted Full Approval
centra] si ttion operations ,
oi Systems for Security, Inc.. South
Florida's fast growing alarm sya-
y. has been granted
full approval by Certified Und
writel I. boratories for pro'
inn certification required by ail
it uiranoe agencies and theli
underwriters.
A UMuncement of the lull certi-
fication was made by Jock Sononk-
man, president of Systems for So-
curity, Inc.. which operates it*
centra] station in i\.< own building
olO N\V ITili Avc
M Schenkman, who is treas-
urer of the YM-YWHA oi Greater
Miami, noted that his corporation
provides burglar and fin alarms,
protective signaling services and
all other programs needed for a
comprehensive security operation,
A product of the Newark Col-
legi o: Ei gi peering, Mr. Schenk-
ember or tin- board ol
directors i I the YM-YWHA and
..f Temple Beth Am. II is a for-
board member of the Greatei
Miami .1. v :.-:, Fed. ration and has
u,' lea i i- in the Combined
wish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Fund campaigns.
Mr. Schenkman, who also is
-.'i.nt oi .1 X- m Emdneerins
Co., general c intractors -
i
building In Florida stressed thai
Systems for Security. Inc.. with '-'"
full-time employees has career
r\p. rts in the al irm field. All serv-
ice men have at least live
experience in the highly specialized
Industry, he said
now
running
Post Time: 1:30 pm.
colder
race course
Admission: $1.Grandstand;
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210th St.*. 27th AveNW.
Miami, Fla
Broward 523-4324 / Dade 625-1311
Yoiiiaii Succeeds ;
Bronfman as Head
Of Seagram Firm
The Board of Directors of Jo
seph E. Seagram & Son-. Inc..
elected .lack Yogman, former exe
utive vice nrcscicnt ind chief on-
. -ratii ,'iTlchief
executive offlcei oi the compan)
Mr. Yogman, 50, succeeded Ed-
gar M. Bronfman, who was elected
president of the parent compan;
Distillers Corporation-Seagran
Limit "!. headquartered in Mon-
treal. In the post.
Mr. Yogman has been i
vice presidenl of Distillers Cor-
poration-Seagrams as well. Tlv
nment in top executive posi-
tions ,1 !)ot!i the Can,d.an parent
company and its American subsi-
diary followed the death 1 ist
month of Samuel Bronfman, found-
er and former president oi Dis-
tillers Corporation-Seagram: lim-
ited.
Mr. Yogrum has held a num-
ber ot top executive posts since
joining Joseph E. Seagrams &
Sons. Inc in 19." as assistant to
the president (Edgar M. Bronf-
man). In L961 he was named via
president and in 1965 executivi
\ ice president. He is appointed
chief operating officer in Octobt i
1908
The yen- Mr. Yogman joini
the iirm. company sales were
| 86.902.0UU. &au in 1970 I
51.158.777.000.
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Liqueurs Can Change Simple J^,r JMitxvdt
Dessert Into Crowd-Pleaser
netivp repjpsg .jv^ll.wgl
iv cold dcssci-i- c t-;it.-ii I H
Those who recognize the \alu<
of dtetincti
two now
the hot weather by Uniim Cumin
dessert chef of the f.inicd l-'in
Seasons Restaurant in N. w Y irk
As examples of the n\ m \\ hicli
fine liqueurs like SiIh ,n,l Win
dennint can turn .1 s n \< 1.
into a crowd pleas, r. ciu-f Co'iiin
-:ts Sabre Pan
it Cheese Cake
SABRA PARKA IT
irsl. prepare one ivri;i/ > n-h
Orange Sabra Gnmiij. mil Choco-
late Sabra Granita:
Ormngr Sabra Oranit.i
% quart orange iuic
M quart simple syrup
I ounces Sabra
Combine all in-ivcii,:,!, .m,| pi,,,-,
in-freezer for at i< .1-1 s h ,!.
stirring every '-' h mi> \\:th a u.>.u>.
en spatula.
Oioeolate Sabra <>r:init:i
1 pint simple synm
8 ounces melted ehueoi.ite
J pint water
2 ounces Sahi
Combine all inuredients and pre-
pare as for Or.mue Sala-a (iranita.
To complete s a I'ai : '
alternating layers of Orange Sabra
h WoRMtco Theatres
Openin.u I-' i r. 1 \1
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the story of
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layers with whipped cream. The
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Sabra and the top layer whipped
cream.
Vleld lOparfaits.
For .1 Dutch chocolate Ire it, u-e
Vandermlnt, the minted chocolab
liqueur from Holland.
VAXDERMIXT CHEESE CAKE
First, prepare a 9-inch graham
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Filling
3-i packagi ol cream cheese
's iftenedi
' 1
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> i!,'s Vandermlnt liqueur
Mix the sugar, cheese, Vander-
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Pour into pie shell and bake
minutes In a preheated 100 de-
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Topping
..' cup sour cream
tbls. sugar
'_ tsp. vanilla
Mix. Spread on cake. Make 15
minutes more. Refrigerate ovi r-
night.
met to Junior High School, Kerry
has attended Temple Beth Am's
Rl ligious School eight sears and
has been a Hebrew School student,
three years. He is presently work-
rng as a volunteer counselor at
Miami-Palmetto Community School
Day Camp.
I at a brunch in King! Baj Yacht
land Country Club after the serv
I ices. The guests will include his
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward
I Brooks of Vineland. N.I.. and Mr.
in! Mrs. Herman Tragash of Mi-
ami, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gul-
den, his aunt and uncle from Dover,
The celebrant Will W liUHWefl Del
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Kennel Medley Continues
Thi $20,000 Kennel Medley c in-
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Kerry Tragash David Mishaef
EDWARD FEIOENBLAT
Edward, the son of Mis. Pauline
r'cigenblat, 6270 w. Flagler St.,
will be called to the Torah as a
Bar MitZVah Saturday, Aug. 7,
during the 9 am. services at Tem-
ple Both Tov.
The celebrant, an eighth grade
-Indent at Kinlocll Junior High
Schi ol, leads a band calk l "Main.
md plays drums. He has been
iwarded a scholarship at the New
York Yeshiva.
Mrs, Feigenblal will host th.
Kiddush following the services in
her son's honor. Among the hon-
ored guests will be Mr. and Mrs
David Dunn, Edward's aunt and
uncle, and their son from New
York.
5?

DAVID HISHAEL
David Bert, son ol Mr, and Mrs.'
Ralph Mishael. 9115 SW 17th Ter..
will income Bar Mitzvah at Tem-
ple Or Olom Saturday morning
Aug. 7.
I>i\id is a student at I'.ockwav
Junior High School, where he is m
the eighth grade.
Follow in'.: the services, thi cele-
hranl will be honored at a lunch-
con hosted by h pun nts in the
A'aldman H ill.
KERRY TRAOASH
Kerry Richard, the son of Mrs
Evelyn Brooks Tragash and Mar-
. In T: rasl 111 I.....ne Bar Mil i
sah Saturday, Aug. 7, during th
lc .'i T mpl< B th Am.
An eighth grade student at Pal
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vJenisfi fhridliari
Friday, Aug. 6,
is;
Harry Greenstein Dies
In Baltimore At Age 74
BALTIMORE (JTAi Harrv
Greenstein, executive director 01
the Association ol Jewish Charities
and Welfare Fund of Baltimore
from 1928-65, was buried here
Sunday. A native of^th^city, he
died of a heart condition at the
ege of 74.
During the late '40s Mr. Green-
stein served us an advisor on Jew-
ish affairs in Germany to General
Lucius Clay. Commander-in-Chiet
of U.S. armed forces in West Ger-
many and John J. McCloy. the
first U.S. High Commissioner to
West Germany. A social worker,
he was Maryland's Relief Admin-
istrator from 1933-3G. Purms 1937-
38. he was president of the National
Conference ol Jewish Community
Service.
BEIM, Alice 51, 12560 .N.E. lfith Ave..
MB. Levitt.
COHEN. Fannie, sj. 631 N.W lS5tll
81 Blaslx rg
ELKIN. Bather, T4. (10 16tll St.. MR
Riverside.
ETTINGER. Morris. 71. 1""" Meridian
Ave.. MB. Newman.
HAAS, Fred. 7".. SOS Borolla Av. .
Coral Qables, Riverside
SHEIR. Sarah K. 61. 2161 S.TV 21at
Ter Oonlon Interment Ml Nebo
TORRENS, Samuel M 75, Ml Bn-
clid Ave., M B Rlvenlde. lnt.-rm.ni
Mt Nebo
BERLIN. Mary. :"', 45S6 Sheridan
Ave MB. Gordon
BRENER. Ptnkus, 71, 16K Shore Dr.
South Riverside. Interment Mt
Nebo.
SAVEL. Misha, 66, 9.13 BUl 81 M I!
Gordon.
STALOFF. Fannie T.. 7. 91.". Abbott
Ave Surfaide. Riverside. Interment
Mt. Sinai
tobis. Samuel, 55. 17400 W nixie
Htry \" M B Gordon.
WEINSTEIN. Joseph H..
8 w. 37th Ct Riverside
BENDER, Jacob Jaek. 79.
11th Ter. Blasberg.
CHRISTY. Alexander R.. 64, 1440 8.W.
sl-th Ct Riverside.
COOK. William. 28, 7ms B.W. 82nd
St Gordon.
FRIEDMAN. William. 71. 1000 Mar-
CIU Dr. North Miami. Riverside.
KRNAICH. Anna. 7!'. 2R80 Pinetree
Dr MB Newman.
SINBERC. Stanley .1 41'. 771" Ab-
bott Ave.. MB. Blasberg. Intermenl
Ml Neb
AARONSON. Fsther, 44. 17J76 Col-
Itn* Av. y.M r Blasberf.
CHRUSZCZAK. Walter. SO, 134 N.E
10th St Blasberg.
FRIEDMAN. Ru Ave M R Riverside.
GOLDSTEIN, Harold. 73. 2" Island
Ave MB. Riverside.
LEFFEL. Minnie, 88, 811 W. fi"th
St., Hialeah. Newman. Interment
Mt Neb.
VOSKOW. Samuel. R8, 2100 Sam
Snuei Blvd.. North Miami I evltt
8.0RKIN, Rebecca, 88, I.....
vania Ive v B Rlveraldi
TENENHOLTZ. Michael,
71st St. M B Riverside
WEINRIB. Mnsei B, 83.
Ave Riverside.
WINCH. Sarah. 67, 1144 Ocean
Riverside
WOLMAN. Saul. 7". 5601 Collina Ave.,
A' R Riverside.
eehar. Tuli v 88, "4l> Pinetree
Dr., MB Riverside Interment Mt
Nebo.
DUNN, Joseph. 64, 1570 N.E. 191st
St. Levitt.
CRUENFELD. Herbert. 68, 800 Weal
Ave.. MB. Levitt Interment Mt.
Sinai.
ingber. Rachel i.. 58, 258 Wash-
ington Ave.. MB. Riverside.
Lieberman. Nathan, .;7, 1568 Penn-
sylvania Av.- Riverside.
PULLMAN, Sam, s7. J43 Meridian
Ave.. M II. Riverside
ALEXANDER
ABRAHAM JOSEPH, .".4. "f 6184 N
passed away Kri-
Miami Beach resi-
dent for IS years
formerly of N.Y.
Founder and presi-
dent of Kent Fur-
niture Inc. board
member and hon-
orary chairman of
furniture division
or C.J.A., director
and past preaidenl
of Florida Furni-
ture Manufactur-
er! Association. Di-
rector and past
president of Flor-
ida Furniture Ex-
change association,
member Florida Furniture Travel-
ers Association. Miracle Lodge F&
AM. Survived by his wife Betsy,
daughters .Mrs. Gail Levins and
Mrs. Myra Schul.nson both of Mi-
ami, mother Mrs. Hannah Alexan-
der, M.B., brothers Dr. <;. raid
Alexander, MB., and Dr. Carl Al-
exander. M.B. A sister Mrs. Sylvia
Sidran. Beattle, Wash sis grn id-
children. Services were held Sun-
day at Rlyerslde Memorial Chanel
followed by interment at Lakeside
Memorial Park.
Rabbi Caplan Elected
To Executive Committee
Kabbi Jonah E. Caplan. spiritual
loader of Sky Lake Synagogue, has
been elected to the Executive Com-
mittee of the Rabbinical Council
of America, a national body of
Orthodox Rabbis from the United
States. Canada, Europe, and Israel
with a membership of nearly 1,000.
Rabbi Caplan. a graduate of
Yeshiva University in New York,
is a former officer of the Rabbini-
cal Council of America.
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
ANDERSON
MORRIS B., 55, ol l!'""l N.B 2nd
Ave.. passed awav July :'7 II. came
to Florida from Fall River, .Ma-- 111
yeara ago. He started the Anderson
Fund at the University of Miami
which is a short term loan fund
for students a member of B'nal
B'rith star Lakes Chapter, the Chi-
cago Club and the Qolden Age Club
ol' \" M I! Survived by his wife
Jeanette, two sons, Raymond of
Harrington, R.I., and l-awrenoe of
Newport, |;,| six grandchildren,
and six great-grandchildren, Serv-
icea weri held Friday at Rlversldi
with interment at Mt. Nebo cemetery
44,
5760
2M*i
N \V
WEISS. Rose. 70, 137".'. N W. 12th
Ave Levitt Interment Mt. Nebo.
FIFLD. Charles. 82. 536 14th St.. M I!
Riverside.
GOLDSTEIN. Rose. 81, 42 Collins
Ave M B Riverside
CRESS. Belle, 7s. 17050 N E. 14th
Ave., N.M B Riverside.
LESSNER. Jn>enh, 7H. 5760 Collins
Ave.. MB. Blasberg.
MOLL. Mary. 42. 4782 N.W. 2nd St.
Cordon.
NAHOUN. M.rris, 70. 1.172 N.E. 1st
Ave. Riverside. Interment Mt.
Sinai.
POSTER. Elate V., 66. 1563 Jefferson
Ave. Riverside.
ROSENMAN. Bertha. SI. 127. S \V.
25th ltd. Gordon. Interment Mt
Nebo.
BERGMAN. Abraham. 9IM Euclid
Av. "! P. Rlaebi rg
GIRSH. Lewis, ::.. 17...... N.E. 14th
Ave.. N.M.B. Riverside.
SCHWARTZ. Saul, 76, 788 2nd 81 .
M B. Blasberg.
SEGALL. Bernard, 6. 18806 N E
14th Ave. Riverside
LEGAL NOTICE
Pennsyl-
81, 114"
100 Weal
Dr
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of CENTIRY EXHIBITS at 31 N.W.
Sth Street. Miami, Florida, intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Hade County,
Florida
BARON DISPLAYS. INC
By: s Paul Baron. President
SMITH. VANDLER, SMITH ,v
PARKER
Attorneys for Baron Displays, Inc.
4'"7 Ijnoi.ln Road
Miami Beach, Florida 33131.
______________ 7'-lf.-23-30
GELB
MONUMENTS INC.
Open (very Doy Closed Sobbofh
140 SW 57th Ave. MO 1-8583
M'Oit.i'j Only Strictly Jewish
Monument Deoler
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OTVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business un.l.r the fictitious name
of COMPUTERIZED REGISTRATION
SERVICES at 94" Lincoln Road. Mi-
ami Beach, Florida Intend to regis-
ter -aid name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Hade County, Florida
THOMAS I' Howl AND
QEORQE C.H.I.. JR
_______________________8/6-13-20-27
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of BCIBNCE ENHIBITORS at 12-no
N.W. 7th Avenue, North Miami, Fla.
Intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade Cunty. Florida
LEONARD I.. KIMBAI.I.
7 16-23-30 S 6

Member:
National Funeral
Director* Aean.
Florida Funeral
Directors Assn.
J.F.D.A.
EMANUEL GORDON-1946
HARRY GORDON-1964
720 i-nm, rim j(f^
MteOstO**
IKE GORDON
JAMES B. GORDON
C/omoM j-uneral <_/tc
ome
Reform Cons ervaiive Orthodox
CALL 373-5533
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-3221
In RE: Estate of
SARAH SHEIR,
I lei eased ____
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which you may have against tin- re-
late "f SARAH SHBIR, deceased late
of Pad.- County. Florida, to the Coun-
tv Judges of Dade County, and f|Je
the same in duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section 733 16. Florida Stat-
utes, in their offi.es in the County
fourth..us in Dade County. Florida,
Within six calendar month.- from the
time of the first publication hereof
or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 3ld
day of August, AD 1971.
ARTHIR SHEIR
a- Executor
First publication of this notice on
the 6th day of August. 1671
SIMON, HAYS & QRUNDWERG
Attorney lor rt^ecutor
808 Amslev HuildiiiE
Miami, Florida 33132
s 6-1S-SU-S7
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-3168
In RE: Estate or
ESTHER SHEA
11. ceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Bstati
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to.present any claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate ..f Esther shea deceased late
of Dad. County. Florida, to the Coun-
ty Judges of Dade County, and file
tin same In duplicate and as provided
in Section 713.16, Florida Statul.s. In
their offices In the County Courthouse
in Dade County, Florida, within six
calendar months from the time of the
first publication hereof, or the same
will he barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, tills 3"th
day of July, AD 1971.
RICHARD SHEA
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
the oh day of August, 11.71.
AARoN BANNER
Attorney for RICHARD SHEA
904 City National Bank Iildg.
- 5-13-26-27
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious names
f MARSHALL SUCKER, M D. at
6S0 Alton Road. Miami Beach, Fla
and MARSHAI.I, ZUCKER. M.D.
P. A. at Suite 601, 1160 N.W, 14th
Street, Miami. Fla. Intends to register
said names with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida
S MARSHAI.I. Zl'CKER, M.D.. PA.
8PARBBR, ZEMEL R08KIN &
HEM.Hid INNER PA
Attorneys for applicant
I" N. His. a\ n. Boulevard
Miami. Fla
8/6-13-2"-2"
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBREBT OTVEN that
the undersign.il. desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of ARTHUR N STAIU.EN SON
at '..:. N.W. 26th Terrace. North Miami
Reach. Florida Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida
A8I8CO, INC
BY: ARTHUR sTADi.EN, President
RAXTBR FRIEDMAN
Attorneys for Applicant
1875 N.B 163rd Street
North Miami Beach. Fla
736 R/6-13-20
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-14655
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
In RE: The Marriage ,,f
BERTRAM F KAUFMAN, Husband
and ANNE HERTZ KAIFMAN Wife
TO: BERTRAM F. KAUFMAN
US I'earl Street
New York Citv. NY UKI38
You. BERTRAM F. KAUFMAN
are hereby notified that a Petition
for Dissolution of Marriage has been
filed against you, and v..u are re-
quired to serve a copy of v..Ur An-
swer or Pleading to the Bill ol Com-
'^'I'.'v'l-v"1 ,',.';' '''a'nll'fa attorney.
BTDNB1 BFRONSON, 612 Alnalev
Building. Miami, Florida 33132 and
rile the original Answer or Pleading
In the office of the Clerk of the cir-
cuit Court on or before the lath day
of Sept.. 11.71 If you fail to do so
judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the BUI of Complaint. "'"
This notice shall be published onee
earn week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FliORIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami
Florida, this 30th day of July AD.
E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida
By: R. M. KISSEE
, Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
SIDNEY EFRONSON
(12 Alnsley Building
Miami, Florida 33132
Attorney for Plaintiff
6/6-13-20-27
Tn THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
No. 71-14829
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In RE The Marriage of
MARIA \ IRC.IM KBKRBIRA,
Wife. PETITIONER,
And
POSE DA ROCHA FERREIRA.
Husband, RESP< INDENT.
TO: JOSE DA ROCHA 1KRRE1RA
1436 Towneend Avenue. Apt 4
Bronx, Nea York 10452 ________
Vnl ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a PETITION FOR DI880L -
TION OF MARRIAGE has been filed
against you You must file your an-
swer or other pleading with thia or-
flce on or before the 7th day 01
September. 1M1, and a copy thereof
muat be served on JOSEPH C.
LAl'SSEI.. Attorney for Petitioner.
718 Beybold Building. Miami. Florida
83132, or a default will he entered
against you.
DATED this 3rd day of
1671, at Miami, 1 lade I "ounty.
E H LEATHERMAN
Clerk. Circuit Court
Dadi County, Florida
B) C P COPELAND
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal I 8-16-20-27
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY QTVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
1IE.NY BEAUTY SALON at 186 N W
12th Avenue. Miami, Florida Intends to
register aala nam< with the clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dad. County.
Florida.
PETRA P MORA
7 23-3" S 6-13
August,
Florida
U6AL NOTrCE
IN THE COUNtv JUDGE sTrTr^
IN AND FOR DADE COun?1^
FLORIDA-IN ProbaA
No. 71-2823 *
(ARTHUR W. PR.MM.
NOTICE TO CREDITOR.
In RE: Estate of U r0R*
ANNA E.NCEL.
1 ie.eased.
To All Creditor- and All I
ing Claims or Demand*
Estate:
You are hi 11]
quired to pre-, nl an}
mands which you nut} I ...
the estate of ANNA ;:\,
ceased late of Dade i
to the County Judges ,,( |,,,:|
and file the same In ilu
provided in Section (
Statutes, In their offl. .
ty Courthouse in Dad.
Ida. within six calendar
the time of the first pui. ,'>
of. or the sum. will be ba
,
thii
Dated at Miami. Flm
day of July, A D 1671
SYLVAN N inn-.: \N-
A- !!\. m
First publication of II
he 16th day of Julv. 1*71
OOODMAN \- HOI.TZ..IA ,
Attorneys for Executor
1106 Concord BMg Mlam
! i
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY. NO. 71-13218
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
In re, the marriage of
EDWARD LEV1NE, Husband,
and BARBARA I.EVINE, Wife
TO: BARBARA I.EVINE
143 Carol Lane
Toledo. Ohio
You. BARBARA I.EVINE. are here-
by notified that a Bill Of Complaint
for Divorce has been filed against
you. and you arc required to serve
.. copy of your Answer or Pleading
to the Bill of Complaint on the Plain
tiffs attorney, JOEL. D. ROBBISH,
MM Oak Avenue. Suite 16. Coconut
Orov*. Florida 33133 anil file the
original Answer or Pleading In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or In for*- the ISth day of
August, 1!>71 If you fail to do BO,
Judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall he publ.shed once
each Week for four COnSeCUtlVe Weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 12th day of July A.D.
1!'71
E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
By: It M KISSEE
Deouty Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
JOEL D ROHRIS11
8826 < lak Ave Suite 16
Coconut dr. v. Florida Still
Attorney for Plaintiff
_______ 7 16-23-30 I 6
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 71-13796
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In RE: The Marriage of.
1-AZARo R FERNANDEZ, husband
and SILVIA NARC 18A PEREZ
CANTO FERN \NDEZ. wife.
TO: SILVIA NARCISA PEREZ
CANTo FERNANDEZ
->.'. Ditmars Boulevard
Astoria. New York Ha:,
TOD ARE HEREBY notified that
a Fetition for Dissolution of Marti.
age has been filed agalnsl you, and
you are t,, T. bj ri quired to -. rve
copy of your answer or other plead-
ing to the Petition on the Husband's
attorney, I.ESTER ROGERS, whose
address is 14.'.4 N W 17th Avenue,
Miami, Florida S1126, and file the
original with the ci.rk of the above
styled Court, mi or before th. 27th
day of August, is-71 or a Default
will be entered against you
DATED this 20th day of Julv, |J7]
(Circuit Court s.al i
E. B LEATHERMAN.
t l. rk of Circuit Court
By R M KI88EE
Deputy Cl.rk
._______________________7 23-30 B 6-13
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-14903
,.,. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
..,..J.; WB8TRA and MILDRED
I w BSTRA, hit wife
Plaintiffs,
L?Kjd?AKEl- RACHEL
rRANKEI.. Ins wit. or anyone
claiming by, through, or
under them.
Defendanti
TO: LOUIS PRANKEL and
RACHEL PRANKEL
Apartment A
4285 .North SI..,How f,.r,| |(,,.,,|
t hamlil.. < loorgla, or
anyone claiming by
through, or under them.
TOU and BACH OF YOU are
hereby notified that an notion to fore-
close a mortgage ., ,h(, ,,,
I'lyp.rty In Dl, County. Florida:
PINFHI'Pst""' "'. '" "l'"k '
IINEHIRST B subdivision ac-
^.n^t'BootVVVKi.?;
W&.7B&81.....* '" 'X:
aya at awrjr^csjrs
*STSi > "V"KKT CARLISlS
V? ,A,nam''ra Circle, Coral Cables
H"n,ia um on ..r before the 1 tth
day of September. |m r a default
Judgment will b entered against vou
(Circuit Court SesK
E. B. LEATHERMAN
Cl"2 ofJhe circuit Court
By: R. M. KISSEE
Deputy Clerk
6/6-13-20-27
'hat |
I Hurl-
:
j
linn to
I .- ,
. 1RB,
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT np -,
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C'RCl-'
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLOO.rj*
No. 71-14006
DISSOLUTION OF MAP-,itGE
in RE: Th. Marriage of
LENSBY A Lt>l D. I usl
and J A N ET M LOYD, w i:
TO: JANET M LOYD
address unknow n
residence unknown
You an b< r.b\ not
Petition (or Dissolution
iige has be. n 11!. -i
vnu ..te her. I v re.|Ulreii
copy of your anew.
the Petition on :h Hu-t
ney, ROBERT H BURNS
whose ad.lr.'ss is ::;.ii I.-
Miami Beach, Florida n
original with the Clerh ol
styled court on or b.-f \
day of August. 1V71 if you lo da
so, judgment by .1. fault v ,n
against you for the r.! I ,|
ill the. Petition for Dies ilution ct
Marriage
This notice shall be publ -
each week for four cefnseeut Keelia
In THE JEWISH FIjOKIDIAN
B B LEATHERMAN
Circuit Court. Dade Countv,
Bj 1. PNEED1 .
I'. puts Clerk
(Circuit Court S. ,.li
Ri IBERT H lll'IIN's
33n i.v ,.!n Road
Miami Beach Florida
Attorney for Petitioner
7 : I 6-1 ."
.;,-
tud !
of I
irvl Ihi
Mrs.
! vlortv
IM>0A-M
by her
SlioloR
rt-ti. wl
Ind. a;
She hf
on th
as sn
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY UIVEN I
th.- underalgned, desiring
in business u nl. i the flctlti HI
of PRANKEL'8 l-INENS at 2".2S ( 1-
llns Avenue. Miami Beev h 1' ->
intends to i. gi-i,r said
the cierk of the Circuit Curt ^f
Dade County, Ki.
LINDA PRANKE .
.mac MERMBLL
Atlorne) for in da Franki '
1600 s w Third Avenue
Miami. Florid
1/6-1 26-21
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCJIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No 71.14520
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
In RE: The Mai rtage of
Wli I t v\| i KTT. husband I
PATRICIA LETT. Wife
I' I-a I ki.ia LETT
:tl R North At cnue
P nesvllh Ohio
Ymi. Patricia i.ett. ire hereby
notified thai ;, Hiii of Complaint I r
Divorce has been filed gainst ^' u,
and you ..r. required to servi .. copy
of your Answer or Pleading to th
Hill of Complaint on the i'i..intiff
attorney. DAVID E STONE 101
N W Lib Avenue, Mian-.: Fl.
and file ihe r gin..i a wer or
n| In ii.. office of Ihe Clerh
of the circuit c.urt on or before the
7th day of September, LFfl, if y. u
fail to ,io si. jtidgnient I ^ default
will be taken rigs rial you >r th* re.
lief demanded in the I Com*
plaint
Tills noii,, shall be puhli-hed once
ea.b we.k for fou> consecutive weeks
in THE JEUisH FLORIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED Miami,
Florida, this 2th day of July A D.
1871.
B R LEATHERMAN Clerk,
Ctrcull c..uri d.,.1, Count) Florida
By C l. ALEXAND !H
Deputy Clerk
(t inuit Court s
DAVID E STONE
i"i N W 12th Avenue
Miami. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
v 1-1S-26-27
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 71-12763
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In RE: The Marriage of
g LRBARA ORAY and LARKY C.RAY
Oil ARRY OKAY
R.-id. i., I'nlinon-i
YOU are hereby notlflei that Pell-
tlonar, bariiarv ORAY, las fil. d
Petition agalnal you in the above-
styled Court for the dissolution of
the marriage therein, and you are
r.nuir.Ml to serve a copv of wour
n^SToST ",h,r i'''ding-.' If any up-
ici l,r"AKI' A LTPSKY. 66 w. It
i-lagler Street, Miami. Florida 33130,
;.l,"?r"*J '"r Petitioner. BARBARA
,.' rC Y.V ** ,,,e ,h* original thereof
N ,, ,vClf.rl1 of sa,d Court on or
Q-i .in' 7,h rtn>" of September.
fault mttn a Judirnient hy de-
h^ e2i< .'liKKO,u,l"n of '">''i'lge and
-fpvt-ed/mand,,d ,n ,r"- Petition.
*?* r^tS.8 my nand an" MM '< "f
3rd d.^'T'. at Miami. Fl-.rlda. thla
3rd day of AuguKt. 1S71
B. n. I-EATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: C P. ntPBlANT)
(arcult Cour?*s"ealV) "rk
8'6-13-20-27


Aug. 6. 1971
Jeisti Fkridicin
Page US
orial Services Set For Four Victims Of Air Tragedy
lull IIIWI'VU^De. If.....:i.. __jj ...... */
knoi I'll i(()>i:\!ii;ii',
fr ol tlit- Southern Israrlil".
Alhuitu. < jrniu
it parent? and family this
en- carrying on in iho face
Hrplane treg ''> 10 day-;
eh took tli.' lives of th ir
her husband, and two
inilv.
w( i' heaut lul people,
i !l:i Sti ir.ii-'i d -dared, "and
us a wonderful heritage
ion to family and oiis'
children, two of \vtv>n>
ivtnfi with us in Atlanta."
Bui Warren, the I'unu -
SI? mi ii. hal l ist year
cted "Mother of the Year"
Oneregatlnn, T >nnle Botl
Shok Kin Mi iml Beach Mrs. Wa-
ren, who '"' .\ mi :n Gary
Ind. and i..t. M ;>i Auuust.i. t". i
She had
on tltift poard several times, and
as in oft
family said they believe she would;service was conducted in Atlanta
s-.i'ii ......I r% ~____.... .. _.
have wanted a memorial given in
neiwwj' tn go to Hadassab.
i

10
h
1st
Ml
0
cl
t
"iS
merchants
Imake extra
proeits east!
HE'S voor cPmce to tx-
Btr.n voor business and in-
cre-t vcur ccfits at small
COS* <*
ff-A ->-< in our heavy traf-
hiniv oroTotional tarrn-
k* 'vot seli'na
A soecial oooortuni-
ns dna wcrrens at>-
d $hoe merchants.
rs
E
Ac' 'a'' ae riboA'd our bm
jfci Bd-id Wagon.
WRITE: M. A. R. 0
-THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
| HIALEAH
CHANTS MART
In Um Shapiro home. Only mem-
bers of the family and a l.w inti-
"We have a tape of Pauls Maj 2^1 ^aI* *"''' ? ha4 'l
Oay mossage a U seconds be. *"** AJ* ^t &Jtoi?AlcSSr ST "f 2a,ul M,N-War-
:he -hip he eouH ^ per c I. I ^.ST*? ?*&* ^"iF I"
* chfer. "Arkonla." which ;|!;|* f'
I I i th- RCoe and arched JSS* WU furn,ture
li'i'.'.ntiv win, nareg after dark
t e-M i',,rt nothing," Mrs. Sha-I Besides her parents Mrs. Warrei
",:: Mid. Vavi s grandfather. A. Waller-
stein; three children, Sharon 21, a
plane, a twin engine, six [student at the University of
passenger < ssna. had one engine Georgia. Beth "Cookie." 19, and
n rront and one in hack, the f.im- Bruce. She is also survived by a
y reported. The taped distress lister. Mrs Leah Klein, who lives
ncssagc indicated the lront en- ai Arlen Beach Apts. No. 1101.
SauTd iCtStiSS hmi "* a"d a "Mr- JC",
tcph Shaiir.i. of Atlanta. Mr. War.
The family believes a high wave rcn is survived by his parents. Mr.!
ins' have g*ruck the plane as it ,, ,. ... .. .,
litched. d'slodging and throwing "< Mrs. E. Weisman. three broth-1
he baggage forward and knock- '**' and chlWrer, oy a formei
ling the occupants mercifully un
i 'onsc:ous before it sank into the
I mile deep water.
man iaj
The party had been island-hop
pin1: for two weeks and was en-
Wi feel everything that could routc ,0 Bnb ,,,. v,,. ,hc i]l)(
c done, was. a member of th',,.
amily said, "and we are deeplj Mr U ren' nl''"lll"'"t Miami
leful '' th efforts of the attorney specializing in real es-
iw reds who had a part in the tate and estates, radioed thai the
tearch. It was tha will of God and ,,,,, A ,s nut oi gas and was
vi 11 t\e to a it," .,
ditching near a ship on which the
A \ small pi vate memorial letter "K" was visible.

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*Jenist fkridfon
rriday. Aug. s,
M THE ACTION IS TO SAVE MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS & GET GIFTS GALORE!
BONUS SPECIALS HAVE THE ACTION!
GRADE
'AA'
BUTTER
LIGHTLY
SALTED
QUARTERS
SAVE 24C
SAVE 26C
S LAND O' LAKES FOOD FAIR
l THE ACTION!.. WESTERN BEEF SALE!
TOP U. S. CHOICE WESTERN
SIRLOIN STEAK
illiin,
TOP U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN
= PORTERH'SE,
= = STEAK
.LB.
1
49
LIMIT ONE PKG EITHER BRAND. PLEASE. WITH
OTHER PURCHASES OF S7 OR MORE .EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
SS TOP U.S. CHOICE -WESTERN
= LONDON 9
DDAII THICK CUT
^S DIC^/IL SHOULDER I LB.
1
FLO-SUN
ORANGE JUICE
OUART
CONT.
FAMILY
FAVORITE
SAVE 10c1 POTATO COLE SLAW MACARONI
Horn & Hardart Salads cu/ 39e
SAVE 10c HORN & HARDART
Parfait Gelatins !? 49e
SAVE 9c PHILADELPHIA ^ __
Cream Cheese 2 pkgs 69c
MASTER'S ..-,- AA-
Sour Half ft Half cS>z 33e
FOOD FAIR FLORIDA FRESH
GRADE 'A'
EGGS
SMALL
DOZEN
29
SAVE 16c FRANKS OR 12 OZ ^Ae
American Kosher Knocks pko. 79
SAVE 10c SEASHORES BARREL CURED"
Kosher Pickles jar 59c
QUARTERS
Blue Bonnet Margarine <* 33c
ALL FiAVORS
Master's Yogurt 5 cup! 99c
SAVE 8c-FOOD FAIR CREAMED
COTTAGE Jl^up
CHEESE 69c
SAVE 13c DEL MONTE
Oi
RANGE GRAPF
Fruit Drinkspw. mum* a
SAVE 17c BARTLETT HALVES
346-OZ $i
I
Del Monte Pears 3 8SM
SAVE 16c CREAM STYLE OR WHOLE KERNEL
Del Monte Golden Corn 4 cans M
SAVE 8c VACUUM PACK WHOLE KERNEL
Del Monte Golden Corn 4 S1
FOOD
FAIR
SUPERMARKETS
FEATURES EFFECTIVE THRU SAT. AUG. 7
AT ALL FCOD FAIR AND FREDERICK'S STORES
EXCLUDING FOOD FAIR KOSHER MARKETS.
PINK MEAT CALIFORNIA
'LOPES
2''89(
pint QQc
..........TILL Vtf
Golden Ripe Bananas 10c
Sentice j4p>fxtiwi T>efit.
TOP U.S CHOICE WESTERN
CHUCK STEAKS
ROASTS 69

;OP U S CHOICE WESTERN
TOP
QUALITY
TOP QUALITY FANCY
Jersey Blueberries
)PQUAllTi
'. '. SI > -A. '. ||V
-.- -. ::: rOYOUR "D!
APPETIZER BONUS SPECIAL' SAVE 80C-LB.
ROAST BEEF or
CORNED BEEF
MEDIUM
OR RARE
t%Qc, half lb-
70 SLICED
SAVE 39c All DARK MEAT
Rich's Turkey Roll
IB
California Roast.....................lb 99c
TOP U S CHOICE WESTERN
Boston Roast .........................lb 79
TOP U S CHOICE WESTERN
Bottom Round Roast...........si29
TOP J S CHOICE WESTERN ^^
Lean Ground Chuck lb 89c
GA. FLA. GRADE A' FRESH ICED
FRYER *
QUARTERS Or
LEG QUARTERS or BREAST QUARTERS
GA Ha GRADE A FRESH ICED
Fryer Breasts WTH"BS lb 59"
GA FLA GRADE A FRESH ICED __ 1
Fryer Drumsticks .................lb 59e
'ARMERGRA* JS QUICK FROZEN
Grade 'A' Cornish Hens 49c
QUICK FROZEN GRADE A _
Turkey Drumsticks or Wings 29
YOUNG BROILER
TURKEYS
U.S.D.A
GRADE
A"
5 to9-LB.
AVERAGE
QUICK
LB FROZEN
17 c: 1
CANS
BONUS SPECIALS! SAVE UP TO 24*
-=411111
PURE VEGETABLE
1 WESSON
24-OZ. BTL.OIL
PERK-UP ACTION! SAVE UP TO 34*
ALL PURPOSE
QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
iiiiii m
= =REGULAR OR ELECTRA PERK
FOOD FAIR || ,UgJ5Ji
l-LB. BAG COFFEE
SAVE '.6< DEL MONTE
Fruit Cocktail
EARir GARDEN
Del Monte Lima Beans Van
ITALIAN CUT
Del Monte Green Beans
BARTLETT HALVES _|j,
Del Monte Pears 2ca 59
16 OZ
..CAN
89'
35'
31'
m
ALL GRINDS
FOOD FAIR
, OR ALL PURPOSE GRIND 2
, FYNE TASTE
LIMIT ONE BTL.,EITHER BRAND. PLEASE. WITH OTHER PURCHASES
OF $7 OR MORE. EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
I
I
LIMIT ONE. EITHER BRAND. PLEASE. WITH OTHER PURCHASES OF
57 OR MORE. EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
^llllllllllllllllllllllllllH .....IHIIWIIIIIIIlllHf
LIB. 5gc
SAVE 9e MORTONS FROZEN
MEAT DINNERS
TURKEY
OR
CHICKEN
11-OZ.
PKGS.
LAIN OR SELF RISING
Pillsbury Flour bag
REGULAR All FIAVORS 16 OZ
Ritz Sodas 9nbhrset98<
75c VAlUfc
Alka Seltzer Tablets
FOOD FAIRS OLD FASHIONED
WHITE BREAD
BOTTIE
..OF 25
49'
l-LB.
LOAF
OVEN
FRESH
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