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

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Began in 1927?
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-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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"(Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
loiume 44 Number 33
Miami, Florida Friday, Aug. 13, 1971
Price 20 c
Rejection Of Sisco Plan Unanimous
: JERUSALEM (WNS) The
abinet has unanimously sup-
jrtcd Premier Goldu. Meir's re-
gion of the Sisco plan to
tach an agreement leading to
reopening of the Suez Canal.
he plan called for Egyptian
ops occupy the East Bank
rrftory evacuated by Israeli
aps.
In a radio interview, Minister
Without Portfolio Israel Galili
Mared that the Canal opening
did not appear to be a practical
proposition at this time, but it
might, in time, become the basis
fr negotiations.
Because of the continuing ne-
gotiations for an interim agree-
ment. Gen. Yitzhak Rabin, Is-
rael's Ambassador to the United
States, had his l.-nn in that post
extended. He had been expected
to assume a Cabinet position.
Before returning to his Wash-
ington post, the Ambassador
was interviewed by newsmen.
He declared that thb United
States has no "fixed position"
on conditions for an interim
agreement, and that if it had
taken such a position it would
have made the same mistake as
Dr. Gunnar V. Jarring.
"By issuing a document tak-
ing a position on the Middle
East issues," Gen. Rabin said,
the U.N'.'s Mideast negotiator
had "made himself a partner in
For $200 Million
Rogers Urged To Give Further
lonsideration To Israel's Request
the dispute" and is unable to
serve as a mediator unless he
withdraws trie document.
It was reported that (Jen.
Rabin will resume contact with
sisco and other I'.S. officials
soon after his return to Wash-
ington. But MNircea said Egyp-
tian President Anwar Sada's
latest pronouncementin which
he repeated his demands for an
Israeli commitment for total
withdrawal from the occupied
areasleft little chance that
any progress could be made to-
wards an interim agreement.
The Cairo newspaper, Al Ah-
| WASHINGTON, D.C. (JTA)
A majority of the 17-mem-
tr Senate Foreign Relations
>mmittee has urged Secretary
State William P. Rogers to
tve further consideration to
prael'l request for $200 million
supporting assistance to meet
krael's urgent defense require-
ments.
In a letter to Mr. Rogers, four
publican and six Democratic
fiembers of the committee said.
Many colleagues note that the
lipmcnt of supersonic planes to
srael has been discontinued in
i.' absence of a new agreement.
understanding is that the
juest has been under consid-
itivin for nine months. Any
rther delay couki well load to
ie lmpri Baton that we are not
(implementing our declared pol-
on arms b ilanc in th" area,"
i. S rtatoro wrote.
The Republican signers were
fenaton Clifford P. Case (N.J),
laoob K. Javits (N.Y.l, James
Pearson (Kans. i. and Hugh
Scott Pa I. The Democrats wer I
Sale W. McGee (Wyo.. Edmund
Muskie . Claibornc Pell
U.I, John J. Sparkman (Ala.),
Villiam B. Spong. Jr. (Va.), and
Stuart Symington (Mo.).
The Senators enclosed with
oeir letter a copy of the report
the House Committee on For-
Affairs which makes pro-
isions for Israel's request for
million for "its urgent
needs for foreign exchange and
other requirements brought
about through the Middle East
hostilities." The Senators wrote
"this is a vital corollary to main-
taining a balance of defense ca-
pability in the Middle East."
They concurred with the House
committee and said Israel is
"fully eligible" under the au-
thorization for assistance.
The House committee's state-
ment said "Israel has never re-
ceived grant military assist-
ance from the United States."
and noted that Israel had been
forced to go deeply into debt
lxrause of a Very heavy defense
burden posed by large-scale ship-
ments of sophisticated planes,
tanks and missiles by the So-
viet Union to Israel's Arab
neighbors.
The House approved the for-
eign aid bill which included aid
for Israel last week by a vote
of 200-102. The opposition to the
bill was not against aid to Is-
rael but to the measure as a
whole. The bill is now in the
hands of the Senate Foreign
Relations Committee. But. last
Friday Congress adjourned for
its summer recess, thus post-
poning further consideration of
the measure until Congress re-
convenes in September.
6-Hour Clash In
..
Fatah Land
n
By Special Report
TEL AVIV Six hours of
fighting between Israeli soldiers
and Palestinian terrorists Mon-
day resulted in casualties on
both sides. Military authorities
said Israeli infantrymen entered
"Fatah Land" in southern Leb-
anon, under cover of heavy ar-
tillery and mortar fire, and re-
turned to their own territory in
the late afternoon.
The Incursion, aimed a* wip-
iiw .i.n.i'.'ir ''-.
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ing out guerrilla bases within
range of the border, followed an
increase in terrorist activity in
the area- Two Israeli soldiers
were reported wounded and two
terrorists killed.
The maneuver reportedly was
carried out in response to signs
the guerrillas were attempting
to regroup following the Jor-
danian Army crackdown which
Continued on Pas* 10A
.iv! :;!' i !.....' 'in "
Cease-Fire Anniversary
Quiet On Both Sides
TEL AVIV (JTA) Reports
rom the Suez Canal zone pre-
ented a picture of tranquility
the United States initiated
ease-fire began its second year,
efore the cessation of hostili-
ties Aug. 7, 1970, the area had
en the site of bloody clashes
part of the war of attrition
claimed by the late Egyp-
President Gamal Abdel
Nasser.
Files seemed to be about the
illy problem faced by aoldlera
ling the Bar-Lev line on the
east bank of the canal. Egyp-
tian soldiers on the west bank
appeared equally carefree, fish-
ing, dipping themselves in the
waters of the canal, or relaxing
under the few remaining trees.
In a televised interview, Gen.
Chaim Bar-Lev declared that,
from a military viewpoint, Is-
rael did not need the cease-fire,
but that it was, nevertheless,
welcome. He said that during
the initial year there has been
an unprecedented strengthening
of Israel's Defense Forces in all
branches the army, the air
force and the navy. "We have
rested, exercised and trained,"
he said, "and we are ready."
On the eve of the anniversary,
two Egyptian jets buzzed Israeli
outposts on the waterway in an
action the Israeli military com-
mand denounced as a violation
of the cease-fire, but foreign
correspondents visiting the area
waved at Egyptians on the op-
posite shore and received an an-
swering wave.
ram. which reflects the views of
the Egyptian government, said
the Sisco mission had failed be-
cause Israel had rejected the
presence of Egyptian troops in
any part of the canal's east
bank section, because Israel re-
fused to make a commitment
for total withdrawal from the
occupied areas and because Is-
rael asked for an unlimited ex-
tension of the cease-fire. But
there was no indication Egypt
had given up hope the United
States would pressure Israel to
make concession leading to an
interim agreement.
News Briefs
Legislation Will Not Affect Balance
WASHINGTON, D.C. (JTAI Legislation introduced by Sen.
Charles McO. Mathias to repeal the 1957 resolution on the Middle
East will not affect the current situation in that area or the Israeli-
Arab balance of power, his oflice assured the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency. The Maryland Republican presented his bill last Thursday
as one of four "to clear the slate of special authorizations for spe-
cific crises that have passed," staff aide Samuel Goldberg said. The
other three bills concern the 190>2 Cuban missile crisis, the Straits
of Formosa and the Gulf of Tonkin incident. The 1957 Mideast
resolution approved economic and military aid to Mideast countries
and authorized I'.S. armed force if necessary to "preserve the inde-
pendence and integrity" of its states.
Skepticism Greets Meir Announcement
JERUSALEM Premier Golda Meir's announcement,
in a BBC Interview, that she would not be a candidate for Premier
atter the 1973 elections was greeted with i>olite skepticism by ex-
perts on Israel's political life. They noted she had retired twice
before but on both occasions accepted the leadership of her Mapai
Party, becoming first its secretary genera' and then Israel's first
woman Prime Minister. With the elections two years away, the ex-
perts said, there is ample time to persuade Mrs. Meir that her
country still needs her in the Premier's office. On the other hand,
Hi announcement has again raised the issue of SUCCl salon.
Carson Urged To Reject Invitation
NEW YORK i WNS i Johnny Canon, popular star of the
NBC "Tonight Show" has been urged by two Soviet Jewry com-
mittees to "publicly reject" the invitation tendered him by Intourist-
Aeroflot to televise his shows from Moscow for two weeks. The
Las Angeles-based California Students for Soviet Jewry said the
invitation should be rejected "on the grounds that ant,-Semitism is
still rampant in the Soviet Union and Jews wishing to go to Israel
are not permitted to do so."
Kuznetsov Cannot Survive Term
BOSTON (WNS) Moses I. Feuerstein, former president of
the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America, has re-
ported that Silva Zalmanson Kuznetsov, sentenced in Leningrad
last December to 10 years for an alleged skyjacking attempt, had
become "almost totally deaf" in one ear and is "deteriorating
physically and mentally." Mr. Feuerstein, who recently returned
from a 17-day trip to the Soviet Union said that Mrs. Kuznetsov,
under current conditions, could not survive her prison term.
Libya Seeks Additional Weapons
PARIS (JTA) The Libyan government has sought to pur-
chase more weapons in France which has already sold that country
120 Mirage jets. Diplomatic sources, who said "basic'' approval has
been given to the new Libyan request, reported that AMX30 tanks,
radar installations and other electronic equipment were on the
"shopping list" of visiting Libyan Vice President Maj. Abdel Salam
Taloud.
Balance Of Trade Deficit Rises
JERUSALEM (JTA) Israel's balance of trade deficit rose
by 14ft during the first sue months of 1971 owing mainly to the
purchase of ships and aircraft abroad, the Central Bureau of
Stastics reported. (If ships and planes are excluded, Israel's trade
ieficit actually declined by 8ft for the period). According to the
Bureau's figures, it stood at $298 million for the period January-
June 1971 compared to $325 million for the same period last year.
Adding the purchase of ships and planes boosted the deficit to $412
million. Israeli over-all imports grew by 19% during the period to
total $879 million net while exports rose by 24ft, totaling $468
million.


Page 2-A
*Jenisti fkridHan
Friday. Aug. 13,
ADL Urges State Action
Against Discrimination
The Florida Regional Office of
1 Anti-Defamation League of
B'nai B'rith has asked Florida's
Secretory of State to prohibit dis-
< iminatton against minority
groupa by private employment
asjenoiee which are Uccnood and
regulated by the Secretary o:
State's office.
In a letter to Richard B. Stone.
Secretary of State, the League
aaked that he exercise his author-
ity granted under Florida law to
"promulgate reasonable rules and
regulations for the conduct of
the busineaa of employment agen- j
<-ies" by issuing a regulation bar-1
ring such agencies from discrimi-1
nation based on race, color, sex. |
religion or national origin.
William If. Alper, chairman of I
ADL's Florida Regional Board 1
cited the Leagued surveys of pri-
vate employment agencies over
the past several yean which 1
"... have revealed the existence
of wid spread discriminatory prac-
tices against religious and racial
minorities."
N ting that the Civil Rights Ac;
of 1964 proii imination by
" tit ,'i.:. I)i i< S, Mr. Alp
!. "Our experience indicates thai
mosi enciet w hich engage in
1 iscriminatory practices feel they
i pi ,-,]'ion b :ausi
of the low number 1 f acl
1 nsl employmenl ag< n-
1 by th ned U.s
Equal Employment Comn ssion.'
In its letter to S try St >nc
the Al is -; > that in the 1964 Civil
\<~\ might be Incorpor I
in the requested I on. That
Ad reads:
"It shall be prohibited for an
employment agency to fail or re-
I ..- t-> refer for employment, or
otherwise to discriminate against,
any individual because of his
race, color, religion, sex. or na-
! origin or to classify or j
refer for employment any in-
dividual on the basis of his race,
color, religion, sex, or national .
origin.
Ii thai) iv> oroh'hited for an em-
ploymc nt ag< aey to print or pub-
lish or cause to be printed or
published any notice or adver-
tisement relating to employment
or relating to any classification
or referral for employment by
such an employment agency, in-
dicating any preference, limita-
tion, specification, or discrimi-
nation, based on race, color, re-
ligion, sex. or national origin,
except that such a notice or
advertisement may indicate a
pn ference, limitation, specifica-
tion, or discrimination based on
religion, sex or national origin
when religion, sex or national
origin is a bona fide occupa-
tional qualification for employ-
ment.''
Reviewing the League's past ac-
tivities which led up to the cur-
rent action. George Bernstein.
rhairm in of ADL's Discriminations
Committee, said that In 1967 "ev-
ry one of the 37 private employ-
ment agencies we surveyed in the
Dade Count) area willingly ac-
.vpt'd a discriminatory Job order
.ailing for a White Protest int'
iry. The st itistics Improved
slightly in 1970 when a -
w.-. j found -'-' ol th 28
' tested acctftted am MeffHcbl dis-
criminatory job order." Bernstein
amid that one of the most disturb-
ing aspects of ADL's survey was
the "open contempt" which some
employment igency representa-
tives expressed for th;- Civil Right-
Act of 1984, which prohibits em-
ploy.11 r 1 .agencies from engaging
in discriminatory practices.
In both surveys the Florida
state Employment Service refusal
I to accent the discriminatory job
j jrder.
Representatives from ADL and
the employment agency industrj
j met on several occasions following
:>oth surveys and. said Bernstein,
as is evident from the results of
our 1970 survey, a few employment
' agencies have begun refusing dis-
criminatory job orders." He noted,
however, the current information
we have continues to point the
existence 01 substantial discrimina-
tion within the industry.
"The ADL is not unmindful of
the role that employers pi iy in
this situation," Mr. Alper declared.
"Much of this type of discrimina-
tion would not exist were it 11 it
for the actions of employers who
sisl on hiring on a disci imina-
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Page 3-A
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Merwitzer Named Chairman
Of Fund-Raising Campaign
j>\Aa Mrwitzr. pnst president
iiv Greater Miami Hobresv
ladcmy, has been named genera
lows mtKwnziK
Itrman of tho campaigti to raise
.'.(00 for the Julius J. Rosen
anrt senior high school build-
of thf South'* largest Hebrew
school.
Mr, M1 rwltzer* acceptance was
lounced by Irving Flrtel, who
needed the now fund-raising
irman as preaident of the Mi-
Beach school it a Wednesday
Hii meeting of the Hebrew
:i lemj steering committee at
-.!l(K ..
onstruction of the new school.
Jim hu.it across Pine Tree Drive
the main campus of the He-
Academy, began in July.
Itensive pilings have been driven
I provide tor possible multi-story
istruction which permit possible
line expansion.
tr. Merwitzer, who served as
sideirt of the Civ iter Miami He-
w Academy for eight years.
I the successful fund-
paieii w hich Imilt the
new building for the Miami Beach
school nine years ago.
An outstanding leader for Torah
'daism atid the State ot Israel,
Mr. Merwitzer is a retired real es-
ti developer. NVaring his 83rd
birthday, he still spends part of
every day at the Miami Beach
school to consult with educational
and organisational leaders of the I
Hebrew Academy.
Mr. Flrtel said the current drive,
launched nearly two years ago
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dent, is nearing the half-way mirk.
He reported more participation by
parents and alumni of the school,
and said several committees are be-
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....... ...
RABIN'S TERM AS
AMBASSADOR
EXTENDED
JERUSALEM (JTA)
The term of Gen. Yitzhak
Rabin as Israel's ambassa-
dor to the United States has
been extended at the request
of Premier Golda Meir and
Foreign Minister Abba Eban,
Michael Anton, the govern-
ment secretary, announced.
The announcement gave no
indication as to the length of
the extension, but the JTA
learned that he will probably
remain as envoy until the
summer of 1972. Usually re-
liable sources said the deci-
sion to continue him as am-
bassador stemmed from the
delicate negotiations over
an interim Egyptian-Israeli
agreement on reopening of
th Suez Canal, which nwy
continue at Hie ambassadori-
al level and from the fact
no successor to the sensitive
Washington post has yet been
found.
9 Jewish Groups 'Welcome'
Supreme Court's Ruling
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tions, including national syngogal
and rabbinic and cine organiza-
tions, have joined in welcoming the
recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling
that state aid to parochial schools
is unconstitutional and declaring
they will oppose efforts "to find
i other means than those declared
; "unconstitutional" to get public
| funds for parochial schools.
The SuprcnM Court, in t'li
Lemon and DiCenso eases de-
cided June 2S, ruled again.-1 sup-
plement state payments t) teach
I era in parochial s hools in Rood
I Island and similar paym nts ii
| Pennsylvania In the form of "pur-
hase" of secular services from
Miiochial schools.
While holding i sound ind ef-
fective system of Jewish educa-
tion indispensable to the cr^atiw
survival of American Jewry," tlv
nine Jewish organizations said
the Jewish community is c-v>b'
>f and has sole responsibllltj fo
supporting such a system.
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Congress. B'nai B'rith Anti Def-
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ence of American Rabbis, Jewish
Labor Committee, Jewish War Vet-
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cil of Jewish Women, Union of
American Hebrew Congregations
uid the United Synagogue of
America,
Judge Friedman Speaker
Circuit Court Judge Milton A.
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Senior Citizens at its 8 p.m. Thurs-
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'teach Federal Savings & Loan
Association, 755 Washington Ave.,
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v>oy Plaza Chapter ol B'nai
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Effects of Reorganization Evident
One of the effects of the Founding Assembly of the Re-
constituted Jewish Agency for Israel last June has been the
pressure from the overseas Jews for more effective govern-
ment and private measures to improve the housing and
education of Israelis below the poverty line.
Mcst of the Jewish Agency's funds for social welfare
projects in Israel has in the past been contributed by the so-
called I "non-Zionists," mostly from the United States and
SouthyAfrica, and for the first time, as a result of the reor-
ganization, they have been given equal status in the Agen-
cy's oBecision-making with the traditional Zionist. Since, to
manftr of the "non-Zionist" leaders, the Israeli government
has eemed to turn its back on the needs of the estimated
20%S<)f the population which is poor, their stronger voice in
making these decisions will be heard, as it has been al-
ready.
The tiew relationship, as Arieh Pincus has been quick
to point o/'ut, means greater responsibility for those who have
been critical of Jewish Agency policies in the past. Knowing
the calitbie of many of the men from this country who now
serve am the Agency executive, we are confident they will
meet VL
An Exciting Reminder
Jewish tourists in Spain this summer had the opportun-
ity to see the ancient El Transisto Synagogue in Toledo,
now open as a Sephardi museum nearly 500 years after
the expulsion of the Jews from that once-great nation.
El Transisto, dating from the Middle Ages is probably
the finest surviving Jewish monument in Europe. It was
built in 1365 and after the expulsion of the Jews the year
Columbus discovered the New World it became a Bene-
dictine Monastery. For both scholars and tourists the insti-
tution at Toledo is an exciting reminder of our great history
through the ages.
At Least It's Worth A Try
The Jewish concern over the rising rate of inter-marri-
ages has been reflected in numerous studies and projects
aimed at heading them off, primarily in the area of educa-
tion. What may be more effective is a social approach, pro-
viding for strong young people's groups and an atmosphere
where Jewish girl meets Jewish boy.
Community centers, synagogues and various Jewish
organizations have tried their hand at the young singles
game with not much success and certainly none of the con-
tinuity that would make participation in these groups a
status thing. But that doesn't mean that with proper profes-
sional leadership, a little extra emphasis of community
funds, it couldn't be made to work.
A synagogue official in St. Louis, calling for such em-
phasis, optimistically declared that it's as easy to fall in
love with a Jewish boy or girl as with a gentile. All they
need is the opportunity to meet under proper auspices, is
the theory. At least it's worth a good try.
We're Curious About The Ratings
While the Voice of America is contemplating requests
to beam Yiddish language broadcasts to the Soviet Union,
mainly for its morale purposes, the Voice of Orthodoxv is
planning to beam similar-type broadcasts into Israel from
Cyprus.
The purpose is to provide religious broadcasting for the
Israelis which the Orthodox claim is neglected by the state-
owned system. We doubt the Israelis will follow the Russian
practice of jamming such broadcasts and we are curious to
see the ratings that "Torah Radio" will get.
WASHINGTON At t
season, sensible men In their
', 60s head for the
the sea. In four d< cades
work, moreover, ti re
; has almost never used the pro-
: noun "I" In p
I only happt ned v hen
person seemed wholly un

pi rs
These ancient

is the
roken in I
'
>n i> needed Th-1 truth
. mis-
im the only reporter in
with repoi b n
[o to bed every night pi- ly-
that dead wrong.
IT IS an o Id pr it for
any

> to exp -: :
I un lead
I rful dan-
this coun-
, that low. 1
is a :
ong Yet
IS VH5?.E A UFEQUARO IS THE NOWt ?

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COMMENT
The Greater Miami Rabbinical
Association's annual i
nation of "mushroom" COl
gations that come up for the
High Holy Days nurtured i~ 11
were, by some mysterious spring
: that feeds the Jewish soul, may
need some revision.
At least, by similar resolu-
tions reported from ill around
the country even mor<
year than ever, it seems
know that Rosh Hashanah
far off. Tho annual t .
between the synagogue and die
unaffiliated, I wrote s.
: irs ago, is now under >
each year, somehow, n I
seems to ho the winner, May-
be both are losers," if I may
quote myself.
IT'S A curious Jewish custom,
this sale of tickets for wo:
services. One could be cyn
for so many the High Holy Days
inly a performance for
tickets should be pure!'
much as one would buy tickets
, for any drama. But that's
perficial view, worthy of one
: who fails to appreciate that there
j is remaining in nearly every
Jew who still calls himseli
a spark which seems to b
into flames during the
Awe" and which just Bl
burns out with the N
Yom Kippur.
The claim of these
Jews 'you'".' heard it '- <
on Rosh Hashanah and out
Yom Kippur) is that the -
gogue is snobbish and
ry in not providing a seat
. J -.v who wish) it on
'. major holidays and if they
cannot or will not what's wrong
with holding these services in a
hotel or a hall?
rilK.KK AKI'.. of COUrSe, local
congregations which meet this
challenge of the un iffiliated and
k tts for salt
But the principle of seating only
is well-estab
>f tho ma] >r con-
gregations of the area, and it
illy follows along the lines
this column expressed last w ek
it the synagogue Is not sup-
' 1 on an annual basis, there
no cantors,
lucation for our children and
little future for Judaism.
This may be of little concern
to a lot of Jew- the fact is
thai leas than one-third <>: our
people are affiliated with a syna-
gogue but it means a lot to
others who are searching |]
ry direction, not only financial-
ly, to maintain a 4.000-year-old
[ion and way of life '
i--i\f. ykars ago, I wrote
the cost of belonging to most
ogues today literally h is
I many thousands of Jews
out. To such an extent thai Dr
Eisendrath, president of
""- "ton of American Hebrew
rged that
i- B 'golden curtain sur-
rounding the -.
:!' that and subsequent
- n the lubjecl I
*at I received more
history MfBJ that
be all too real.
HISTORY, OF
outmoded in the lj
'>' "ur IW the*
now say solemnlj
n d
>." At least i
reminds me of the
t Fuller
Margaret Fuller
I : nale h
rde S
ewhat pomp
t 'I accei
On hearing f :
' Ml
\> to rejectin
Me comment is
t- tter not!'
The existen of 1
is firmly I
itihisl
ash in the allegi
dep trtmenta of -
universities. Unfortuiv I
svi r, history has its
igh they are I
All can bo included ..
nee.
"Nothing endur -
there is always change ai d there
is always war."
AS WILL BE noted, there are
three statements ;n the -
that "nothing endures,' that
"there is always cha:
that "there is always w
these statements do not express
historical laws, it must be noted
that human history, at inj
to date, has produced no
tion to them.
No human society,
successful, has ever lasted in-
definitely, for just a:
stated. I can see no r
either, to suppose th God :
Providence or history
Continued on Pa 9-A

I
by EDWARD COHEN
reaction than from anyl
I have written these .
Jewish Floridian coir."
I STILL hold thai i
y of our congr
truth is self-evident, B
:' >' ned In these last 3
H is less the cost ol
in the order >i pri ty I
ue holds In
Jewish life that ice >unt
1 w affiliation rat. I'. .
their choices of how
their money, even If
lots of it. and ofte 1 tl
of the bill for a montl
coincides with the
st itement, an I
decisions ue made.
Tlie simplistic ans -a
the s"
\' nt that it h is b
to keep the loyalty of the
'e. and there i- trU*
in this. But the failun '' ,he
syi a cogue's alone.
IT IS. after all onl>
... :. unW1
attack for its failures
Lions an no I '' r->
meet the needs of
ire.
0 ir philanthropii
the physical
bj concern for th
Ity. It may no
important In mod
01 its \ j
lit to be a futTi 1 which

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f'Jtnisfi tiorScSaain
Page 5-A
ADL-AJE Workshops
Being Held In Tampa
Chancellor Replies
To Protest By ADL
The Florida Regional
titi-Defamatioii League, and the to Man"
loriila State Association of B'nai
The Anti-Defamation League of
B'nai B'rith has made public a
n I letter it received from the office
and on the radio program "Man; of New York City School Chan-
cellor Harvey B. Scribner notify-
. ^f!hui; te*?U1?- Anti-Drta-18mH23 ^"onx
that it had in-
j.,1 combined Workshops Aug. 27-ima,ion League Regional director
,,t the Causewav Inn, Tampa. I has announced that the ADL pro-
pam will start Saturday evening
"How to Keep Jews Jewish, and i and conclude with a luncheon Sun-
nily Bother" will be the subject day noon. Aug. 29. There will also
the State Association's B'nai | be a Society of Fellows breakfast
frith Adult Jewish Kducation Sunday morning, chaired by George
Talianoff, chairman of ADL. The
speaker at the ADL luncheon will
irkshop starting Friday, Aug. 27.
S p.m. Assimilation and inter-
p igc and lack of Jewish iden-
; hi resulting in an ever-in-
be Burton Young, vice chairman.
1 ADL executive committee and past
ising loss of lews from Juda- j president of the Florida Bar
will be topics for considera-1 Association.
refrain from listing prospective
teaching personnel "in terms of
their racial or ethnic background."
The letter, written by Murray
Polner, executive assistant to the
Chancellor, was sent to Milton A.
Seymour, chairman of the League's
New York Board, in response to
ADL's protest of the listing meth-
ods used by School District No. 9
Mr. Polner said that the Chan-
cellor had reviewed the matte
and concluded that "the identifi-
cation of individual teachers by
race or ethnic background on a
'ist relating to the hiring of these
individuals, was improper."
The ADL workshops will deal
is Herbert M. Baumgard with extremism of anti-Semitic
Temple Both Am. Miami and groups in Florida, priorities of the
khur Baseman of Temple B'nai Anti-Defamation League, discus-
I Clearwater, will direct the -ions an'' demonstrations relating
prkshops Friday evening and to pro ill ns of teachers and pupils
[turday morning. Rabbi Baseman m desograted schools. The work-
fami'.iar with the problem of shops will attempt a determination
K'.s who are not exposed to rab-las to methods and procedure for
Rica! teachings and guidance. I handling religions tensions and jSuperintendant and no personal
ibbi Raumgard. who holds a I racial confrontations in our com-1 criticism should oe inferred. "It
Imunlties and their institutions. WU also determined that no in-
lividuats had been discriminated
Golden Named Chairman Of
Dist. 5 Hillel Activities
Alfred Golden has been named that the Federation, Community
chairman of Hillel activities in Dis- Board of Hillel was established,
trict No. 5 of B'nai B'rith, accord- and he is currently serving as sec-
retary of that body.
Hillel Foundations were first es-
tablished over 50 years ago at the
University of Illinois and now
exist on almost 300 campuses in
the United States and in other
countries. Hillel serves Jewish stu-
dents as a home away fr~>m home
and as a link to their religious and
cultural heritage.
District No. 5 covers all the
eastern states, from Maryland to
Florida and includes Hillel Foun-
dations at the University of North
Carolina, Georgia. Virginia. Duke,
Florida, and the University of
Miami.
Mr. Polner also declared, how-
ever, that the Chancellor in no
way questioned the intentions or
motivations of the Conrnunitv
Dctorate in Hebrew letters from
Hebrew Union College and who
authored numerous books and
nphlots on Jewish subjects, will
ret the Friday evening vvork-
i Rahhi Baumgard has ap-
rcd regularly on the Ch. 7 TV j 'ns their attendance at the ADL-
tram," "The Still Small Voice" AJ Workshops.
Persons desiring reservations
should write Causeway Inn. Court-1 samst." he said,
ney Campbell Causeway. Tampa,
Fla. 33607, without delav inciicat-

Mr. Seymour's protest to the
Chancellor had pointed out that
listing by racial or ethnic back-
ground set a dangerous precedent
which could lead to "reverse rac-
Officers of the ADL Florida Re-
gional Office are Leonard Abess, ^m in employment practices."
honorary chairman; William M.
Alper. chairman; Jack Kassewitz,
ADL executive committee; Jcvseph
L. Brechner. Burnett Roth, Paul
Seiderman and George J. Talianoff.
national commissioners, and Alfred
Golden, treasurer.
Officers of the State Associa-
tion of B'nai B'rith Lodges include
Samuel Pascoc, president; Bert
Brown, president elect. Ben Bush,
first vice president, Malcolm From-
berg. second vice president and Ira
Gat/, treasurer. Irv Greero -
chairman of the Adult Jewish Edu-
cation Workshops.
ing to an announcement made by
Jaj Markowitz of Tampa, president
of District No. 5.
Mr. Golden has long been active
in community activities. B'nai
B'rith. Federation, and the Anti-
Defamation League. Recently he
was president and now is chair-
man of the board of the Hillel
House at the University of Miami.
It was partly through his efforts
Senators Invited Guests
The Presidents Club of Greater
Miami Beach will hold its monthly
meeting in the Voiason Restaurant,
Sea Coast Towers- East. 51.51 Col-
lins Ave., Sunday at 9 a.m.
Invited guests will include Sen-
ators Kenneth Myers. Ralph Pos-
ton, Robert Graham, George Holla-
han, Jr. and Lee Weissenborn.
Speaker nf the House Richard Pot-
tit; rew. and Representatives Mar-
shal! Harris. Talbot D'Alemberte
and Sherman Winn have also been
invited. Shepard W. Davis, presi-
dent, will preside.
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RABBI MAURICE KLEIN
Membership $75 annually, includes 2 seats for
High Holidays.
Hebrew and Sunday School FREE.
Under the supervision of Rabbi Maurice Klein.
All facilities Centrally Air-Conditioned.
For appointment call the Temple Office (751-6791) or
Rabbi's residence (673-3923).
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North Miami Beach, Florida
HIGH HOLYDAY SERVICES
Rosh Hashana (First day) September 20th
(second day September 21st
KOL NIDRE September 28th
Yom Kippur Day September 29th
TICKETS ARE NOW AVAILABLE TO THE ENTIRE
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Services Will Be Conducted By:
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ON THE SECOND DAY OF ROSH HASHANA .
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21st,
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Famous Latin Americans
To Perform At Festival
Mi '.^airman of the
nment phase of
YMHA fksl L*ttn American Fi-
esta h nounced that the "Trio
F tin A-neri-
< trio from Cubi which Includes
R :, I F ra I istillo
and Raman Mendiola. i!l be I
taw* the TM-YWHA
s\v St SI part of the
Latin Real
Mr. and Mrs I Sh
i n of the V- 'Happy Sunnier
Sunday" program <>f which U*
Fiesta Is a p
plan1- f. by Wolf Glatzer, Fiesta
I m in; Arnold Rosonth.il. .1
Mi :/.. Juan Sugerman and G-
Perebnuter. Cba man >>f I.
athletic ctivil Miguel C
kin- Mr. and Mrs Charles w
. food chairmen and Mr. -nd
Mrs >s* aMo Ber iza issis
Mr. n with th<- enterl ii
rr.ent.
In the appearance o!
the trio, the;-" v. ill be tango exhibi-
tions, cha-cha, merengue and con-
I in traditional cos-
tumea >i Cuba, Aagentina and
r Latin American countries.
Guests will I*- invited to partici-
pate in t: tional dances and
folk a
A of Latin American
- and crafts along with an art
xhibit under thr direction of Dr.
M uw I Plana, director "f the
'MinigaUery." will feature works
>f local and international Latin
American artists
ft he
available for sampling. A!; facili-
ties of the 'V' will op n at
Sv : i tennis
eni
offen to thi> Fi.-sta. which
is t 5 p.m. Non-membi
est pass j h\
callir- Kerb Rubin at th' Y
Friday, Auq 13,19n|
Essen To fkrwe On Regional Boarri !|
RICHARD J. ESSEN
M itorney Richard Esaen
ha- been app '.nU-d to membership
,, ih F i i Regional Board <>f
,h,. ition Leagoe of1
B'na according lo an
noun.- ment made b) Mil '
man W M Alper.
Mr. Esaen. a
firm of Essi n and Esaen, is a for-
mer Assist ml State Att y of
Dad Hi ':
I. Bar Association,
ievancc Commit-
tee
Mr Essi hi irbitra-
tor for American Arbiti
I is a frequent lee-
,1 -'v University of M i
School of Low. He
namber of civic ,>. >,,
/at wns. sen.
uwsidcfW ,v
f B'nai U'nth. I
As'a I
Mr Baaen will sen
criminations Comm ti
Fiedler To Conduct
Arthur Fted er ,., I
M! imi Saturd 13. A J
Mian Ph :
Oreri itr i Concert at M;-.-.l
vim on Rick ''>;*J
vay. Guest rtist.
Shirley, will rla> Kh
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*Je*istincrictta,r>
Page 7-A
Bar-Han Translating
Talmud Into Russian
cholan at Bar-Ilan University
it Gan. Isi ,tl, arc under-
|ng ;t uniqiu* proioct to hi'lj,
Hj rrived Russian immigrants
n their new life as Jews in
lr historic hoim land.
learly 100 Russian students aiv
ii> i. at Bar-Ilan, and they are
umitc ring the inevitable prob-
b-ought on by a vastly
irent social background than
of llir Israelis. But, according
University Chancellor Dr. Jo-
11 Lookstein the biggest
)lem is the language barrier.
|>mc of the students know a
Hebrew which they gleaned
cret from "radical literature"
[loin furtive encounters insyna-
[les or back alleys. They speak
inning Hebrew words from a
01 from photostats of smug-
copies of the Hebrew text-
I ;ieh Mllim."
u by .nd large they have rel-
fly little knowledge of their
sh language and heritage.
I ..I them have never read the
' or the Talmud. One Russian
universit) said, "I had
den what Talmud was. I had
.....' one before I came to
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In-gin catching up with their cul-
tural heritage by providing them
with Russian translations of the
Talmud and the Bible. Previously
ii was not possible for Russians to
rend these holy books in their na-
tive tongue. Now Bar-Ilan is pro-
viding these translations for the
students to use in their Judaic
studies, and. ultimately, to help
Russian .lews all over Israel deal
with their new culture.
The translation project is only-
part of Bar Han's effort to help
Russian students. The Absorption
Committee of the Student's Union
Conducts orientation on Judaism
and on Israel in their mother
tongue. Regular trips to all parts
>f the country show the students
something of life on kibbutzim
and in villages, and they get to
know Israel's natural sights and
historical landmarks.
Rabbi Mordecai Chanzin, ad-
viser to Bar-Ilan's Russian students
and himself a Russian Jew who
spent 21 years in prison before
being allowed to come to Israel.
says the aim of the university's
program is to give students the
opportunity to know and under-
stand Israel and its life, and to
Ihelp them become a part of that
I life.
Bar-Han. founded in 1955, is
I Israel's only American-chartered
university. It is a liberal arts and
j sciences institution which serves
ti.000 students from 36 countries,
ind has a faculty composed of <>00
scholars and specialists from all
over the world. The university's
American office is located at 641
I Lexington Ave.. New York City.
Governor Appoints
2 Newspapermen
To M-DJC's Board
Florida's Gov. Reubin Askew
has apix.inted two newspapermen
to the Miami-Dade Junior College
* *mm*mmm Board of Tnis
tees. The tint,
Jack Kassewitz,
chief editorial
writer for The
Miami News, is
active in com-
munal affairs
and serves as
chairman of the
executive com-
mittee of the
Florida Regional
B o a r d of the
Anti-Defamation
his wife. Ruth,
make their home in Coral Gables.
The governor also named Miami
Times editor Garth Reeves to the
M-DJC board. Mr. Reeves is the
first black ever named to a post
on that body.
Former ambassador William
Pawley and attorney Alfred Mc-
Carthy were reappointed as mem-
bers of the board, which sets tthe
policy followed by the largest jun-
ior college in the nation; Mitchell
U'olfson serves as its chairman.
Chancellor Presiding
Chancellor Commander David
Glass will preside over the regular
business meeting of the George
Gershwin Knights of Pythias lodge
No. l!)i., t,, be |,rld Monday at 7:30
p.m. in the Surfside Community
Center. Special entertainment will
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TONIGHT ,
IS EVERYBODY S
BUSINESS.
You see. the hours between 4 pm and 8 pm are what |
we call the "Peak Period'.'That's the time when
youand allyour neighborsuse the most electricity,
For cooling off. Cooking. Baking. Dishwashing.
< You know the routine.) All cause an unusually
heavy drain on the power supply. And all increase
the chances of a power shortage occurring on a hot
summer's day when just about every air conditioner
within miles is going full blast.
Between 4 pm and 8 pm on hot days,
moderate the temperature of your air conditioner.
Don't overcool. Also, plan meals which require little
or no cooking. Cook before or after peak periods.
(The same holds true for washing and drying clothes
and dishes.) Finally, keep to a minimum the amount,
of hot water you use for baths, showers, and other
ses during peak periods.
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* Jen iit fhrHiar
Friday, Aug. 13, \^
Computer Experts At
Jerusalem Conference
Lodge Sponsoring An Essay Contest
By Special Repvrt
JERUSALEM Prime Minister
Go'.da Meir will address hundreds
of computer experts from a*.
continent at the opening ceremony
of the Jerusalem Conference or.
Information Technology JOT
meeting her->. The five-day world-
wide begins Mon
4 the c
first of its k
gap in computer know-how be-
ping
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Holidays or yearly position. Write
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33101.
Information Processing Associa-
tion of Israel 'IPA', will be held
Monday through Wednesday.
M< -tings of the Jerusalem Eca-
nomic Conference International
Computer Committee, sponsors of
the JOT, will bo heli Sunday and
y The committee, headed
by Werner Frank, will meet with
ment and indus-
I
nt ventui thei b 1 --
in the Isr
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1 and C
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lays
- ns, and the
- me 50 pane) Ut-
.. neeting il Afferent sites
it Is
Panelists from Africa, Asia.
All trails Eur pe. Israel. North
- ith America will explore
applications in educa-
..... ; ment, health care,
::c research, humanities.
:t and manufacturing.
Registered members of the Mi-
Area Bnai Brith Youth Or-
ganization have an opportunity to
examine and express their per-
sonal views on Jewish education
in an an essay contest sponsored
by Bnai Brith Maccabec Lodge
No. 2579, Miami Beach.
The contest, which honors the
memory of a man who devoted
:U and time to y
p .pie. has "Youth Looks at Jew-
m" for its essay title
jand carries thre- Is to-
- are li:-
to 500 words.
The third ar.nual Jack Perlmut-
ter BBYO Scholarship Essay Con-
test will be judged by Robert P.
tan, executive director. Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation: past
city councilman and former Dis-
trict Bnai Brith president Paul
:-:nan: Jack J Gordon, presi-
dent of the Miami Beach News
ft-hich p list! Miami
S .: U :
> \- I. tan Assn.
Conl !': Morris
Duitd in is Sal
tte
; Zeitz. Mrs. 1 :
, ter and Bernard I..:
' Kotin is president
Details and
Oorg
L rjga,
contest
be obtained Ron I \q of
if ice. 8442 Bird Rd
be sent to Girt Boasa VO 4.
rector, by Aug 31.
The B'r.ai Brith V
ition. workTs
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&Bx>dgc Members To
Hear Judge Rosen
JLfter Luncheon
'Judge Harold Rosen, Miami
Beach city councilman, will ad-
dress members of the Miami Beach
Lodge of Bnai B'rith Tuesday af-
ternoon at the diLido Hotel. His
talk will follow a noon luncheon
with Gershon Miller, past presi-
dent of the lodge, presiding.
Judge Rosen, who was appointed
to the council last year after serv-
ing as chairman of Miami Beach's
zoning board, will outline some of
the city's plans for the next year.
A member of the lodge. Judge
B -n is past president of the
:'".i Beach Jaycees and former
'.ted ruler of the Miami Beach
- lie served for two year- as
Ipal ludse of the city of
!i Miami Beach.
rrently he is spearheading a
stration drive ::i Miami
H points out tin' separ ite
iratl ns an required for
and for county. si ite and
r d voting.
ng Schataraan, past presi-
ind honorary life presl nl
Beach lodge, la program
nan. The Miami Beach B'nai
luncheon clufo, which is
to all local and visiting mem-
- of the organization, has held
kly meetings under the chair-
mship of Mr. Miller for more
11 years.
*Jenisir fk radian
Vage 9-A
New Portuguese Law Has Little Practical Value
LISBON (JTA) New legisla-
tion, formalizing the religious free-
doms granted to non-Catholics in
Portugal, was passed unanimously
here by the Portuguese Parliament.
The new law changes little in prac-
tice, Portugal granted de facto
religious freedom to Jews and
Protestants in 1910. Before this
date, however, the only recognized
religion in Portugal was the Roman
Catholic.
Usually, the Portuguese Parlia-
mentary Assembly discusses at
length all legislation introduced.
Observers say the swift passage of
the legislation means that the leg.
islators consired the law a minor
matter.
Dr. Seqera, president of the Lis-
bon synagogue and general secre-
tary oi tne Portuguese Jew.sh
community, told JTA, "We hav
been enjoying all freedoms a com
munity may be granted for a lone
time now. Therefore this piece of
legislation has romantic, but not
practical value." He added, "Now
the Catholic religion has become
but one of many."
The new legislation does not le-
il:/e divorce. In 19-10 Portugal
it"neri i concordat with the Vati-
can prohibiting divorce on its ter-
ritory. Jews may divorce befor.:
a rabbinical court, but this di
vorce, whiie binding in communal
matters, is not recognized by the
state.
Blintz Party Scheduled
A "Blintz Party" will be held by
the Morton Towers Men's Social
Club in the Algiers Hotel Sunday,
Aug. 29, at S p.m.. according to an
announcement made by Sigmuncl
Zinner, vice president. The pro-
gram will include dancing and
entertainment.
Summer Membership Event
Lorber Chapter of the Children's
Asthma Research Institute & Hos-
pital at Denver will hol.l a sum-
mer membership event Tuesday at
11:30 a.m. in the home of Mis.
Robert Ferris. 8200 SVV 144th St.
CAREH gives free treatment to
children severely afflicted by
asthma.
'Cap Featured At Colder
The leading campaigners will
rendezvous for the S10.000 added]
Palmetto Handicap a contest
for three-year-olds and older at
118 miles Saturday at Calder
Race Course. The new track is
o t I at the Dade-Broward line
on 27th Avenue. Post time is 1:30
"\tn.. Tuesrtavs th'^'ti^h Saturdays-
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Continued From Fage 1-A
;;>ecia! exception in favor of
; country.
if THAT IS true, moreover,
ir country is now in a situa-
|i ih.it his no real precedent
m the past. By no accident at
111. the main historical ages have
a traditionally named after
main raw materials of men's
1-; and weapons the Stone
;e. the Bronze Age and the
P"on Age. to be exact.
Now. however, we live in the
of the H-bomb. That is the
lit-t and dreadful change that
BS incurred in the lifetimes of
| i' > of us.
THERK ARE two reasons
hy this change has placed our
| intry in a unique and unprece-
nted situation. The first Ls
aomic: besides the Soviet
jr. ion and perhaps Communist
paia in the fairly remote fu-
". only the United States can
<\\\ the huge investments that
\is\ be made by any serious
ir power.
|As to the other reason, it has
do with the historical process
If. Ancient societies have
en by the wayside: ancient
lys of life have to be annu-
lled; strong and ancient peo-
fs have dwindled "or have b^en
tirpatcdi with each great
snge that has caused the his-
Heal process to mutate. From
ne to bronze; from bronze to
In; from iron, indeed, to indus-
trial steel, this has always been
true
THK ntF.sF.NT mutation of
the historical process is the most
extreme on nx'ord, however.
Power. ;i]as. rules men.
In the new situation, those
Who -.-el; to rule all men to
B'e world empire, in short
lmately need only two things,
ly need a worldwide nuclear
_nopoly, plus the toughness to
this monopoly in an ex-
[lary manner.
)OK AT ANY photograph
larshal Andrei Grechko or
lid Brezhnev. Above all.
their records, in the Stalin
or concerning Czechoslo-
for instance. You cannot
nlly doubt their toughness
heir liking for empire.
>t this country, alone and
shily guilt-ridden and con-
by false councils, is liter-
all that stands between
hard-faced men and the
of the whole world. That is
^t now places us in such a
Jy and unknown situation,
that situation cannot be
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lix KXI511I SAMl EL I. nOt
It) RABBI AVROM L. DRAZ1N
Israelite Oentse Temple
Man has developed the Idea thai
) can sohc the problems oi the
v .liversc by the aheer application of
.. intellect alone.
Hi turns more
norc- to the
'think factory"
and "top-of-the
lead" reactions
md less and less
'o the wisdom of
:h< sees.
We are told
thai the rules
>f the past no
longer nave any
\alidity that
we must devise
\\ rules for society and the uni-
i > Yet. the further we gel
. oin the Values that have stood
I in good stead for thousands of
prs, the deeper we became
ired in the quicksands <>f mis-
1 rtuno.
Rabbi Draiin
Throughout the Torah we find
i ground rules which arc set
rth !<:' Israel md mankind to
. ivern and perpetuati the world.
it : these rul< are .~o logical
, it they appeal to us as being
iviou-. But Bom ol these rules
pear to have nu rhj
id challenge our very faith. Taker
individual rules u I rewila-
I hi- many m iy seem arch tic
find out of touch witl reality.
5 vi- as part of the to I fabi ic of
.l.laism, these rules and regula-
nis c 'ii serve a- a guide t > all
nkind as we struggle no1 onlj
i i survive, but to build i me ini
il and creative future for all
oples.
And it will come t pass, when
>'.u shall hearken to these judg-
"is ." then shall all of the
' lessings enumerated in the T
to benefil man this is the
t icmc of Torah and Judaism.
The universe is an orderly i
ited in itself by rules and regu-
lations. We speak with great rev-
I .tonee of the "laws of nature,"
in.I live our lives as if they did
not exist. We express concern
with the actions ol man. yet act '
is if our own actions, for better'
or for worse whether or not they
njure anyone else, concern only
our very OW n selves.
In fact, the Torah warns us lest
wc become convinced of our own
infallibility, lest wc become con-
vinced that all of man's sue, ~ -
may be attributed to his intellect
and ability alone, while any fail-
ures are caused by accident of
tod luck.
Man must realize that as it is
true in science, so it is true in the
ana of human relationships
every action has an equal and
| opposite reaction. Cause and ef-
fect are at work constantly. We
| do not function in a vacuum:
rather each and every one of us Is
one of billions of people who re-
side here on earth with equal rights
to the potential blessings avail-
able tO those Who Will play th:'
game of H.e according to its rules.
The time has come for man to
I realize that only through man's
nitlon thai there are rules to
the g ime of life by which he must
livi can he survive.
We cannot abuse nature eter-
nally and expect to continuous!)
reap the blessings of the earth
I and heaven. We cannot continu-
' all) abuse oursi Ives and each
other, and live in peace and
int.
CANDLELIGHTING TIME
7:39 22 AB
"And :t shall come to pass ."
r\' n wi will live by the rules and
which are so explicit
. then shall we reap the bli
of Almighty G-d.
I{;i!hi INarot Returns
i bbi Joseph R. Narol returns
to hi- pulpit at Temple Israel of
Greater Miami Friday evening,
following a vacation which included
i two-week stay at the Brandeis
Camp Institute in California. Tne
Reform Jewish congregation's sen-
ior rabbi will begin a series of dis-
cussions on 'The World We Live
In," and his observations on cur-
rent happenings as they relate to
Judaism.
......:.' ..... .
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Aikev
'And it -hall come to pass because ye hearken to these
ordinances ." Chapters VII, 12-XI, 25
BLESSINGS OF OBEDIENCK:' Continuing his second dis-
cpune, Moses mured Israel that prosperity and freedom from
disease would be their reward for observance of the precepts.
*or need they fear the might of the Canaanite nations, for God
would be in their midst and lead them to victory. But, he again
emphasized, the conquest of the enemy must be followed by the
destruction of all forms of idoltry.
LESSONS OF THE WILDERNESS: The forty years wan-
dering in the wilderness, Moses stressed, was intended to test
Israel's loyalty to God's commandments. They had been dis-
ciplined by seven hardship and hunger so that they might learn
the important lesion that 'man does not live on bread alone, but
by everything that proceeds from the mouth of the Lord." Once
the enjoyed prosperity in the Promised Land there was the
danger they might forget God. Such ingratitude would be se-
verely punished and they would share the late of otiier heathen
qations and perish.
The Israelites should not delude themselves into thinking
that their victory over the Canaanites would be due to their own
Qjajlitaoaanass or the wickedness of the nations it was the
fulfillment of God's promise to the patriarchs. Moses reminded
the people of their previous acts of rebellion and provocation.
After he had spent 40 days on Mount Horeb to receive the
Tabk* of Stone. God had declared his intention of destroying
the people because of their treachery in making the Golden Calf,
md on descending from the mount, Moses witnessed their sinful
behavior, broke the Tables of Stone and then destroyed the
Golden Calf. All that God required of Israel was to honor and
obey His commandments and observe all the laws and regula-
tions as they related both to the relationship of man to God
and of man to man.
T n. f BJ ;
Why are the strap- of the
Telillin wrapped around the arm
even times'.'
S ne claim thai these -
turns represent the -even uoid-
of the Hi brew verse In the Psalms
which reads "Thou Openest Tin
Hands ai I Satifies Every Living
Ttdng." This demonstrates our
faith that the Almighty will sal
our in eds.
Another interpretation claims
that tin -even turn- refer to the
- \er. names given to the "Evil In-
clination" within us. In this re-
spect, the seven turns signify that
we are binding and controllng any
of the seven phases of the evil in-
clination within us.
Some contend that the seven
turns represent seven protective
angels who watch over us. Still
others maintain that the seven
turns represent the seven nuptial
benedictions. This means thai wi
are united with the Almighty just |
's the bride and groom unite with
each other in love and in trust.
What i. the Jewish view re-
garding adoption?
Adoption Is, Indei d a very old .
procedure. It appears that ever, in
the days ol Abraham, there was a
custom amongst near Eastern peo-
ple to adopt an heir, if one was
childless. It is thus claimed thai
Al raham somehow adopted his 'i
vant to become his heir, bel.....
he had sons.
Generally speaking, Jewish tra-
iition looks with favoi and even'
idmiration ui>on those who raise
children which are not their own;
by natural birth. The Midrash even
calls such a foster parent the
father of the child < Exodus ftab-
bah 4fi'. In one place. Fhamall's
daughter, who rescued and raise!
Moses, is referred to as his moth-
er (Hegillah 13:a>.
it should in- clearly understood,
however, that SS tar as Jewish law
i* concerned, no adoption proce-
dure can ever wipe out the rela-
tionship of a child to his natural
oarents. When sources refer to the
foster parents as mother and
father, they do this in a virtual
sense and not in a literal sense.
No doubt the child should give
reverence and love to those who
raise him. Indeed, they love him
as much and maylie more than a
natural parent. Never!In-less, the
identity of one's natural BOUTO
can never be erased.
(<"i. 11-71 Jewish Thi. Ak'-ii. \
6-Hour Clash
In 'Fatah Land
(Continued from Page 1-A)
led many to flee to Israel and
allow themselves to be captured.
The Beirut newspaper Al Ki-
fah reported this week that the
Lehmieite Army in becoming
restless over Egypt's delay in
reopening the shooting war with
Israel.
Secretary of State William P.
Rogers, and his top aides, in-
cluding Assistant Secretary of
State Joseph J. Sisco. discussed
the Arab-Israeli crisis with li.N.
Secretary-General V Thant in
New York Monday, but details
of their discussion were not dis-
closed.
Foreign Minister Abba Eban
reportedly will confer with the
Secretary of State in Washing-
ton in mid-September. Mr. Eban
will head the Israeli delegation
to the U.N. General Assembly
at that time.
MIAMI
A H A V A T SHALOM CONGREOA- j
TION. 995 SW S7th Awe. Orthodox
Cantor Aron Ben Aron. 1 i
ANSHE EMES. 2*533 SW 19th Ave
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowitz 2 ,
BETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. Ken- j
dall Dr. S. Miami. Reform Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard, Cantor Michael
Kyrr 3
BETH DAVID. 262* SW 3rd Ave ,
Comervative. Rabbi Sol Landau.
Cantor William W. L.pton 4
- ii day a ni !>' Chapel Raool
Leu In Oroiwinan ronductlns
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox. 5
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional Rabbi Mi.
Shapiro. Cantor Ben Dickson 6
BETH TOV (Temple). 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative Rabbi Simon
April. Cantor Se>moor Hmkn 8
ISRAEL (Temple) OF GREATER
Miami. 137 NE 19th Street. Re'orrrv
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. 10
ISRAELITE CENTER 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L_
Draiin, Cantor Nathan Parnasa. 11
OR OLOM (Temple) 875b SW 1th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph
Clixman. 13
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice !
Klein. 14 |
TIFERETH JACOB (Temple) 951 E
4th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Na-
than Zolondek >5
ZION (Temple) 8000 Millr Rd Con.
servative Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro
Cantor Richard S Browdy. 16
Krtitaj a p m Saturday I .i m
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JFunT*
CENTER. 1720 79th Street <^H
way. North Bay v.llage Con,;,"
tive. Cantor Carl Bend,, vo"Mr
32-A
a MOUTH MIAMI BtACH
ADATH YESHURUN (Tempt,, )M,
NE M.ami Gardens Dr. c7n.erf
tive. Rabbi Milton Schhnsk. >!!'
tor Nathaniel Schub. ,:
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BETH TORAH. NE 164th St at lit.
Ave. Conservative. Rabh. Mj, i '
echitz. Cantor Jacob Renter. -,
BNAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183,- 5.
Conservative. Rabbi Charles Rim.'
Cantor Jack Lerner. -.
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SINAI (Temple) ot NORTH DADe
18801 NE 22nd Ave. Reform R,b,
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Saturday : a-m Sermon topi.
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Max Lerner
Sees It
NEW YORK When ;. ruler is also n philosopher 'like
lao Tsc-tung) you must tint about whether he will k.-ep or betray his word. Nixon and
tlssinger had better order a sot of Mao's works, and do their
jrnework. For make no mistake about it, Mao is in charge in
hina, not Chou En-lai, whose merit it is to have survived and
lx> a gatekeeper of Mao's estate for th, present.
The Americans haw been benign. They have announced th.'
rmlnation of all U-2 flights over China, which lessens th,.
lance ol another U-2 incident, as with th- Kisonhower-Khrush-
iev summit. Now Secretary Rogers has announced a change in
meriean policy on Chinas admission to the United Nations
eneral Assembly.
ft ft ft
IT had BEEN EXPECTED and written off. The question is.
-hat will follow it? Coming in with US. supix>rt as a Greal
|ower, as the ruler of hundreds of millions, China should also ln-
ril the seat reserved for it in the Security Council Mr. Rogers
\- th,' United States will strive to retain Taiwan in the UN.,
t will abide by the U.N. decision. Without an all-out U.S.
niggle in the United Nations however, Taiwan's chances ol' re-
ining its seat ill ie doomed. Will the United states make
eh a light: and given the new mood, how much sting and
rig will it hivo?
There are two competing logics in play. One will ho the
hierican: That it isn't a question ol "two Chinas," hut of the
Miciple of de facto power (the Chiang regime does in fact rule
,vr Taiwan": and the principle also of "universality" or inclu-
eness In U.N. membership (the United Nations isn't a select
ib>. In fact, these are tin verj two principles on which Peking
';;, into th" United Nations can alone be supported.

THE SECOND LOG1S is Peking's: That Taiwan is hers,
it it was stolen by Chiang, that neither the United States nor
United Nations has the right to nterferc In the "internal
tf.iirs" of China. In my own view this is pretty weak and
Ickety logic. In fact, the argument could even he turned hack
l. list Peking, since the dumping "f Taiwan thus changing
Jth' present power impasse between China and Taiwan could be
onsiru-d as an unwarranted interference In the United Nations
Bi i powi r struggle between the two nations.
Hut if Taiwan is to have a solid base Ibr the ensuing U.N.
Urgle, it must present itself not as the only legal Republic of
line, hut as Taiwan, another nation with its own rights as a
at ion. whatever the claims of them historically have been.
ft ft
IF CHOI HAS STUDDED Nixon's Kansas City speech, as
inner n port* it is critical for Nixon to study those of China's
: rs One oi Chou's colleagues Huang Yung-sheng, head ol
le Chinese general staff delivered a blast at the United
tates on Army Day, calling not only for American withdrawal
0:11 the "sacred SOU" of Taiwan but also from Japan, South
area, the Philippines, from anywhere and everywhere In Asia
nd even from its policy of encouraging Asian serf-help against
mnurrism. One could call this the utterance of a Chinese
vk. but it was in the presence of Chou. the Central Commit-
e members and Mao's wife herself a considerable power in
1 regime.
Such a. speech would have '" 'n impossible without Mao's
inscnt, as is triu' also ol the pro-Ma) summit. How reconciled
ie two" Doing my own homework a bit, I have been struggling
trough seme of the basic doctrinal speeches of Chairman Mao.
ne is called "On Contradiction." lating back to August, POT,
nd a later one on the same theme was delivered in February,
ttvr. They present his ore view of the working of the material-
t dialectic in Chinese policy "The movement of opposites in
c whole process of development," their "mutual transformation"
id "the supersession of the old by the new" in the process,
ft ft ft
OI-EARI.Y MAO IN assenting to Nixon's trip shows he is
tiling to embrace the contradictions which his new relations
ilh the United States entail. But he embraces them only to
ry on the old struggle under the new conditions. The Army
ay speech must bo seen as the big opening gun of the coming
ttle inside the United Nations, and its tone shows that the
liinese role will he to present themselves as determined and
flexible.
The question Ls what role Nixon will play in the struggle
ised on these contradictions. He has no Marxist philosophy to
tidy him, but in Kissinger ho has a deep student ot the twist
the historic rwistings, turnings and windings of Great Power
lations. If Mao believes that Nixon simply can't afford po-
tioaHy to risk tailure in the now China policy, ho will press
is advantage ruthlessly.
But can China afford to let this new opening to the Western
ovld or technology bo closed again. The game that will be
layed Ls a quaint and ancient game in every political folklore.
linos*- and Amoncan included. It is called "Who has whom
vor a barrel?"
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For 11-12 Year Olds Set
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Marshall Boltach, director of the
Department Of Youth Activities.!
Southeast Region, United Syna-
gogue of America, announces that
the first Kadima Encampment will
ix- held Aug. l*-2t. at the Savage's
Camp Mountain l.ake, Hendcrson-
ville. N<\
Kadima, meaning forward." is
the pre-teen organization spon-
sored by the United Synagogue of
America, th- Conservative Move-
ment in Judaism.
Mrs. Shirley Goldman, directoi
of Youth Activities at Temple Beth
Shalom, Hollywood, has been en-
gagt d as camp director. She has
received nearly 100 applications
from congregations in Florida, Ala-
'bama. Louisiana, Tennessee, North
Carolina, Virginia, Maryland and
Washington, DC. which also in-
cludes delegates from the Seaboard
Region.
The theme ol the Encampment
Is "The BiO.I :al Super-stars as
You've Never Met Them Before."
Rabbi Eugene Labovltz of Temple
Ncr Tamid, Miami Beach, will head
the educational stiff, which In-
cludes Rabbi Philip Labovltz of
Pennsylvania and Jacob Luskl of
Atlanta, Ga. Rev. Abraham Seit
of Miami B< uch will set ve as the
Mashgiach.
Rabbi La'wvitz, who declared
"I've a'w :vs n:id' the feeling o
children get i sandbox view
Bibical characters they .1
mythical, .sometimes angi lie. ai
sometimes demonic, and alwaj s u
elated to everydaj life." said
hoped tu relate the "real" lives
the characters Lo everyday livi
so th v could provide guidance
the childi .'ii
Mis. 1;,,] in ., bag ,| -vi loped
program foi the 11-13 year old a'
tendees whish will include dai
services, study, horseback ridin
ewimmi.ig, boating. Israeli soi
1 and dune Ji v :-h coi iking, crochi
1 a Kl >t, making T. Ilisim (praj
shawls', art.-, and crafts and at
let les, Th.....npei s w ill also tal
< field t ip to "Ghost Town."
cal tourist attraction.
Bonnie (lint's of Both 'I'm
Congregation, North Miami Bea<
I Youth eh lit man for Kadima, h
been preparing material for ti
ilailj activities and even'ng pi
rams. Mrs, Rita Trilling ol Mlai
has b- en engo jed s the dan
Insl ructor.
It i; hoped that through tl
Encam; inent, th pi e-teens w
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and develop chanters of Kadii
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The local Kadima office is
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Jen 1stnorteHam
iouthern Bell Organizing
fo Meet Convention Needs
Ivvrence Sheffey, vice president
Lithirn Boll Telephone Co., has
Lsrii plans for creation of a
pleh' organization within an
hization to meet the extra-
iiary communications demands
L ts to be generated by next
Democratic National Con-
fcon in Miami Beach.
v unique arrangement will in-
thai tlw vast requirements of
Sappenings
h )' ard of Directors of City
|. inal Bank of Miami has
1 \lln-rt J. Bo/.io a vice
|. lent, according to Michael
rancoi chairman. A veteran
- In banking, Mr. i
-'.-\'' bantile National Bank, Mi-
Beach and of Data Lease
Incial Corp.
:< & it
liami Herald financial editor
rs Busaell will be the guest
jker at a Miami Board of
Itors luncheon meeting In
[.Miami Woman's Club. 1737
iayshore Dr.. at 12:.10 p.m.
fhurs. Aug. 19, according to
Beth l>. Kosi-ii. Board presi-
and Abbot J. Ualdberg,
Irani chairman. His topic
I).' "A Fresh Look at Flor-
lliusiness."
network radio, television, wire
services, newspapers and other
news gathering media, as well as
the formidable needs of the con-
vention administrators themselves
aro met, Mr. Sheffey said.
"The task force concept will per-
mit our regular organization to
remain absorbed with o'ir commit-
ment to meet the ongoing growth
>f South Florida and the provision
of telephone service to our resi-
dents and businesses," ho eon-
linued. 'They will thus be insul ited
( om the great communications
demands which will l>r place I in
us due to the convention
Mr, Sheffey nan ed D n ild I.
Strohmeyer to head up I
vention task force. Mr 3 oh
currently headq I
Laudcrdale as ge'ner i]
ager of t!ie eomp ur ,,. .,,;
and West Palm B a :h '
is a native of B iltimore. He joined
Southern Bell in Miami in
, ind has spent much of his carer
in the South Florida irea. He
serve'-; as division directory man-
ager here for several years.
Mr. Strohmeyer will function as
assistant to the company's general
manager. K. B. McKinney. Mr.
Sheffey said. He will have complete
responsibility for organizing, staff-
ing and equipping the new task
force and, Mr. Sheffey added, "get-
ting the job done, on time."
Young Israel Announces
Cohen's Appointment
Young Israel a I ; Miami
' as announce d the ent of
Ben Zion Cohei educational
ctor.
Mr. Cohen, a native of Israel,
received ins B.H.L. degree and
Hebrew teacher's certificate from
me College of Jewi h Studies ir.
Chicago, 111. He also attended the
H brew Theological College and
Ri osevelt University. He lias been
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8i rved as camp director as well as
teaching in Hebrew schools and
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vp 14-A
+Jeist FkrMbr
DATtUNl lmiSAUM By Big** Spe*f
JiJffy^Auq. n
tfTiy The Soviets Want To Make 'Deals'
mn %K. IM)I( \TIO\s that m the latest
authority-* were offer-
n. The drfe-
7. -
ted vwne of the fc*
they were promised
mum sentences and within a
vmaiirt time would rece:ve per-
the Soviet Untor.
If i>
IttribM d to the lagan of all-out
Xta to intimidiit' th- Paiasian
ch as at the LaVbag "'
in fact booaMnai
No is been able to fathom th-
rhyme or reason of the Soviet pattern of ?r.n-
or refusin* vswss. Why do they start issuing per-
mit* II one place but BBSf <*>' onl>' to
Mume agaM a few weeks Marl Some suspect '
local considerations rather than htgh policy may b
n to the extent of one off. ">
a more b/stile one laf ~'
- me cases of pure maSce if not 0W
-.. One .,i th- eswelest cases mm th;.- of
gnat nild whose father applied to doctors in
Israel to try and m ham A d.-r.annv-nt he id in
one of the major hosr-ital-.. no sysctaBM in such
disea--; agreed to artvpt tin- child In his hcoital
vi cabled the father hi Sahara nmntrdtf. it has
been learned. however, that th* toca! Mfhortt
- mply do BOt rund MOT th- eaMes without which
pol\ t'.jr the exit
Howeve.- ortam gTK-rat pattern*, -e-m w k
discernable. It appear*, for example, that 0^^
high lull decision on the total Bomber of ^, "
miu for smcMc Barf id, say fur one year, y /
some reason Hewer pennits ar- '
months, Use "qdotd" hi -*-.'.;. :. ,,:, iR '. 1
.tv.
It Bin appears 'hat the sbnsfi dorr*
tinn to the f:r-t Leningrad trial twhere ., jro^,,
Jew- were convicted of plotting to h'.jick a Sov|
Inert, eonvtneed Bfoaoow that suet; methoatJ
intimidation were irv-'fi. I Tit and dan--.in-' t0 $A
< ,,-..- me Wi -t. T- j
. la r->p-n the -mall spigot of exit vis* J
is kind of safety -,.i'.. to rftwe <-mr or jJ
yOTBl i>o-^.ure.
fiOOX Rf NErV
By Seymour B. liebtnon
Two Major Books On Israel
P \< ii Of tiik BOOKS here rev* fle-
U i > w ih-in space ic*mit.= Atw BkB
brat'l a .
mmand ol Enjrl -h and
lih of know led ithor
,1 l.r.nli-.: FoiiikIit- .mil Sn*
.'.- Winston, S10'. If you r.-
tad mother \>nk aboul [eraeJ, you
n Israeiii
V : a Miner memb i i>l the
i Sen Ice. & profeasor ol
pi tnte at rlafeta Univers tj
Israel: \ Roalatj In TraaaMJaa (OKfiird Univerit> i'i
ni-on with Klon- maBtavp----
j on it* own merit I altti (uali it i-->
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
50 '(ioldaAeh" ^ ears
Tiif MM \i:i.i r \i-: i;s note thai this y> ar m irka
h if G ild i Meii
that count
.. .- it was up lo in : I i
lea\ tlte U.S.A. ii).- yeai in-
: .,: 1921 Would u>
"Fl we i pot to ii.iit the bat-
lie of v. ii ,n' liberation. I>"
\bi In the open
tit :. ;. in th const! uction
. ii ; yii ; ralli nui I acka?
i hose m il<- i-iii.i ,'inl is w >n't
UM 1 l.s "
K .11 '' 1 miy tl Hi..1
.v ;il to the I ll'I ol l>"|- foi
and becam Pi e Minlstei and proved not
! Iju' wme women's auperioritj to

P< 1 hara II v uuhbi I ba far ii an the truth to
thai the ftli 1 1 .. .in-T'<- Hberarkwi was won
Gold ind tiM- bBouaanda ol -1* 1
women who, Without making an lawe ol it, took
lhfirt in the werld*I Work. Sai't the old Jewish
fathara, N"i the ta k but the deed k the hnBort ml
thin'
in 1921, Goldn was leaving Wbeonsin, one of
11* most advanced ttataa ol the Union and going
to a land when- it was often difficult to get a ajarj
ol water. It took a tot of courage to be a Jewish
lilM-rationi.sl in thoae days!
not*d that the bu might have been 1 trifle more
..rxi ir* style less remhdscent of a doctoral d.--
tion. Th--re h >ppine between Uk
looks, but b<'h authors a;>prnr t" b.' in tot
on the subjects which they treat in comn
thej both take th- Israel em*ernmi at to 1
of stubborn n shttance to chan.-e. for blind devot
to *i' m, for bigot.Kl inf: I for the
of i>ower by the "old cuard"; and for th- In-
ly ti learn bow to deal with the Arabs T -
ol n, .'n- perpetrated and perpetrated by B. G
Moshe Sharett, Lx-v-. Esbkol (the best of the !',t'. and
Golds M >ir. Despite tlu fact that V)'. of the Israeli
on us Sephardic a:id more thin 50* re unde
ol it is thi .small grouo of elderly I
Russian and Polishl immigrants of th- second sli]
1 hive controlled and continue to control th.
.1 forturu s o! the state.
!'-- Lilienblum, Pinsker, and Herri I the
' Ism 1. thought that h could A il with tl
e v .1- due Eton 1 ite* "i >ldi 1 :-:. .-
itened by the Arabs" when thi y began to
tl adds. "It is Ii
ze with the Arabs it makes them 1
0 p nt in
Public opinion 1
peo n mg the doves Th im 1 -
led essence, the youi tloi
\. tent
S writes .mint the Jewish att I toward the
\ is. "it was not a question o! Europ lialike lor
riental 1 if"*- ... it was IndhTference Th.' Jews bulM ttieir
socict) as 11 the Arabs did Dot exist
American Jewry has been living for 25 yean In a
tnte ol pride and euphoria based upon I-: 1 Itary
succssaes, its aijsorption ol im nigcaats, and its techno
id and industrial ad1 anees These have obscured tl*'
ho o! it- ever-growing bureaucracy, the nter-
lup anknosltiea (Le. Israel's Black Panthers 1, and its
denial ol certain rights, not < the youth, but ol Isi
boi 1. m< and won n
Eton and Segrc have opened the fl
led criticism of internal [sra 1 lety Thej pxp
mytba even the Hist idrut is not
place every facet of fa : socii tj under th cop.
fhey are the vanguaad of Is men

As We Were Saying By ROBERT M
CBS Isn't Yielding
ASfUnTANT DRFOfgC Secrotarj Dai H ...
k ith a of the brass 1
Pentagon have been trying hard lo strike lxns|
C"BS for its davastal j
tary The S-llins >! th- IVr.taistj
i isgwJiiMii Barley 0, S:*|
lD.-W.Va.!, chairman of tb|
Subcommitti'e or, I !
- rnm.'fp|
Com nittee appealed as deb j
.- Mi Hi nldn to brii .. CBS I
km es In\"estlg I i
wanted CBS to con*" up with as |
sed 1 n ind sound t. 1 nsordbiBs and the na-tal
ind il"; ta ~ ol all the peopls 1>o appe redonttrj
To the- credit, 226 Congi
defeated this effort which constituted .1 ]
thn it to the First Amendment
t i.s put ten months t hard ]
hist 111c d unv nt irj St ike- n-. t..
Fo ie spvernment now believes thai
can u-e .- aowei to prohibit the b '
caupe the) are critical .i 1
menl itself, ws are definrtoli on a new test
"i t' ".I rnmnainisals
AikI as tl*- bottle proccoded a4th mbm Coal
d (he P nl igon
I
. the sho
i! ntati\e- i- nearly ^H
>l 111 the ...iirt I "M
. .1 ; of the tfl
pub C Should have ace. -..- I'i ^*r
that went Into America's evetr-deepenm? mvht-^B
mem in Vietnam CBS concludad that I
right to know more shout il*- Pent.
to the t isk ,-t making the WOT more pa
cut even deeper, charging that public reiaiiomwB
at cons'ituled "a nil. iay IwtvaX^B
: thai frusl ites attempts to conn-
'Ah .1 men goVenl Hawmnhut
who must p.Lss in ''' ^M
unwisdom "i'i unfairness and dan.'- *
MeikloJ ibn 1 I In the pre-.'.- 1 (Ctr
".In-: so a, at any point, the citi.' |H
to decide an Issue are denied aoqu ntance ^
Information, opinion, doubt, disbeliei or critk
which i- relevant lo thai Issue, lusi H
must !> ill-considered, lll-balancd 'inr"*\
for th.- general good. It k that mutilation of
thanking pr icess ol the communlt) a
tit. 1- .1 -t Amendment k directed."
IN
E
Today's Thought
By DR. SAMUEL SILVER
Reli
lglOIl
f\o YOU 1 ead bin ; 0
sionally thai > t\i
out r.f your seat?
I did ft cently. It was 1 it a
ment by Donald r. an. a former
president of Tempi.- fcodrph Slin-
lom of Philadelphia who tol 1
his fellow-eongceg inU thai it is
the function of reiuo.m > gplajt-
uasfze the Kfe of soeletjr, This
rnabns, in- pointed out. that p--
ligion must mix with poHt t
our worH i, to survive
Th-T,. are .some, Mr. Buao
I thai aynag
m |v< 1 M the
th d iy "For th
ehti eh In Germarrv to have
st in.1 aa ilnsl the cre-
*1m >v Ntl 1 h-we been to
M ind on p.)iirieal ihat-
' '-. b'M can there he any douM
thai 1 waa ., ma'ter of "TATallty
tiftd tii,-!-. r-,iv .11 religion?"
M-. v..-.,-, art "d his pesjpkj to
make their Sentiments Bah on
iant matlers Praying must
be accompanied by deeds for
tvmin**1
i! 1
TO
\
h't
I'll
.|Ul
SWI
l.f
.in eal ameli 11 itionhf
Mr Bean eo-
1.....I* "' "'"^ d 1
and Still ."" I..1-.
because 'the I
ruh .df.' So w shouW <. m
h-d.',.*-,u, -1*S?1
tlie synagogue |h* ^
stituttons "n "r s0C^M hive-w their ma Mr P"n|^.^
tenchings of h.m''"1 <
. i'__ "inf
slue*.
i-'u
said, concludirt:. "'^L^V
teaching was never *
than today.'"
m
AF
At
40B
Ml


r, Aug. 13. 1971
vJenist fkiridlian
Page 15-A
LEGAL HOTKI
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT,
NO FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
No. 71-1965 (Primm)
i lil ARDIA.NSHIP OP
lAll ilAIN"
ITATION (Publication)
ATE OF FLORIDA:
K\A i.kaks Address un-
Sjutd i<11 other persona concern-
herebj notified iii:.i petl-
beeh fiiid in saiii Court pray-
LETTERS OF OCARDIAN-
|)K DEBORAH RAIN, n minor
Lu are hereby required to file
fiiti'-n defenses thereto within [ iuur an
, after the. first publication Petition
ins hi reof, and >t-rvi it copy
up"n i" titiencr's attorney,
[name and addreaa are: Law
bf Robert II. Hums, X.n Lincoln
Miami Beach, l-'la li you fall
Judgment may Ik- entered
r. urs.- up"n Ih,' petition.
IBSS my hand and tli- seal of
r>urt m Miami, Dade County,
hi- 83rd day July 1971.
AHTIII'R W I'RLM.M
County Judare
ins P. pastorfiei D, Clerk
.1)
7/30 8/6-13-20
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 71-13845
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: Tht- Marriage of:
RAl'L K08, huaband and
Ol'NHLLD D. Id .s. wife.
TO Ol NHi;.l I. l;ns
il-St.nibr.l.rsli 3k
333 H.lmesili
West Germany
VOIl Aid-; HEREBY NOTIFIED
Unit ii Dissolution ci Marriage haa
beeti filed against you, and you are
hereby required to nerve a copy ol
wer or other pleading to the
li iii>' Husband's attorney
LESTER ROOER8, whose addreaii -
u:.4 N.W. iTili Avenue, .Miami. Flo-
rida 3312S, and file il.....rlglnul with
tiii- Clerk of the above sly led Court,
on or before the L'7th day of August
1971 or Default will be entered
against you,
DATED this Itut day of July, i!Tl
E B, LEATHERMAN
Clerk of (mull Court
11Y: C. OOODMAN
(Circuit I'ouri Seal)
7/23-30 8/6-13
IN
. .
LEGAL NOTKE
LEGAL NOTKE
NOTICE OF ACTION
IE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
/ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
E COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71.14387
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Th Marriage of
fciuio oonzalbz,
B
(ARIA GONZALEZ, u
is A MARIA QONZAIJXZ
klli- -' No A-ll Parkaida
aparra Heights,
i-rto Rico 00920
ROSA MARIA OONZALBZ,
kb> notified thai a Hill "f Com-
[for Divorce has been filed
\ou. .i'mI you at*,' required t<.
ipj i.f your Answer or Plead-
the Bill "f Cotnplalnl the
attorney, SEYMOl'R M.
612 Alnaley Building, 14th
-i '-t Avenue, Miami. Florida
in the office "f 'li>- i ''irk of
tun I'ouri on or before the 1st
.in. in!., y. 1!'7I If v..ll fail I..
.uiHuni'iii by defauli will be
: .i for the relief de-
in Hi.- Kill ,.i ('omplalnl
' I..- publish, I once
rk '..... in i "- titiv c- I- K
-II i-1 i iKIDIAN
VND ori >i:i:ki> at Miami,
ihi* _Mh day of Julj a 11
1 B I.E VTHERMAN '" rk
C. uri. 11 ide 'ounly, Floi Ida
M K IS8KE, Di |)UtJ i 'll i k
V ui i Beat)
l: \l l ITMAN
lie; minding
Hi.. -I Isl A \ .1.11,
I i.la :;:'.i:i-.'
Ik-' i i Plaintiff
7 3ii v .;-].'. 20
NOTICE OF ACTION
E CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
E COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
ITION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
NO. 71-14346
li I.EVI.NE, Husband, and
I.KViMv Wife.
I(V LKVINH
-, (Hi iiui.nd Road
lb' New York
MAR\ IE VINE, are hereby
thai a Petition for Dissoiu-
bi ii filed against you, and
required to nerve a copy of
awei or Pleading to the ivti-
Dlasolutlon of Marriage on
i., rs attorney, l,awrence C,
104, 1150 S \V. F'irst
i.i. Florida 331M, and fHe
.al Anawer or Heading In
of the Clerk <>f th.- Circuit
or before the 1st day of
r 1971. if you fail lo .1" .-",
by default will be taken
nu f'.r the relief demanded
tltlon for Dissolution '(
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
In RE: Tin Marriage of
VERONICA AOOBTINO, Wife, and
BERNARD DAVE AOOBTINO,
Husband
TO: HKHNAKD DAVE A<:osTINO
You, BERNARD DAVE AOOBTINO.
are hi reby notified thai an action
for Dissolution <-f Marriage has been
fil.il against you, an.l you are re-
quired !. serve a copy ten defenses, if any, to it on the Pe-
titioner's attorney, ALBERT WIL-
BN8KY, ll,>4 Concord Pudding '^6
Weal Flagler Btreet, .Miami, Florida
J31S0 and file the original with the
Clerk of Ihe Circuit i'ouri on or be- i
for.- ihe 30th dny of August, 1971:1
otherwise a defauli will Be entered
agalnsl you for the relief demanded
In ihe omplalnl or petition,
This notice shall be published one*
each week for four consecutive
in THE JEW i-ill PI HOW W
DONE WD ORDERED al Miami.
l"i ii.la. (hla 26th da) Julj A 11
1971
i: n I EATHF.RM \N Clerk
.'. i-
. .i uit C mrt, I >i
B) i: m
I It-OUt I it
< \ url Si hi *
Al BERT tt li PNSKY,
1104 Concord RuildinK
.;.; vV'ei i Flngler Street
Miami. Florida
AiIonics foi Pet
KISS ICE
rk
ty, Florida
K.SQCIKB
7 ,
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 HE: The Marriage of
HKUTItAM F KAI'FMAN, Husband
and ANNE HERTZ KAI'FMAN, \\ n<
Th: BERTRAM F KAI'FMAN
:m Pearl Street
New York City, N Y. 1.....18
You, Hi:itTI!\M P KAI'FMAN
are h.rehy notified that ,i Petition
for Dissolution of Marriage haa been
filed agalnat you. and you are re-
I'.
Mice shall be published once
k for four ctfnseeutive weekf
JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN.
AND ORDERED al Miami.
.this 7th day of July A.D.
l BATHERM w. Clerk,
'. urt, Dade County, Florida
v C. P. C< H'l'I.AM)
Deputy i Mirk
our! Seal)
ICE C I'tiRTKR
apian. Pol t.-r,
& Kenln
W Flral Street
oi Ida 33130
i". r Petitioner
7 SO 8 6-U
NOTICE OF ACTION
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-13484
ON FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
Marriage of Connie
in. I. wife, and Samuel BL
in. r, Musi..in.l
PEL E. Hl'NTER
ii Plata
Dixie Hiphwny
grille, Kentucky 402U
AMPUL K HUNTBR, nre
Mlfled that a Petition for
Wi of Marriage has been
ist v>u, and you are re-
s. r\. a copy of your An-
Pleadlng to the Dissolution
ge on the wife's attorney,
J. WOLFSON, 4ii"> Bls-
llding. Miami, Florida 311130
u original AnHW-er or Plead-
i- Offll 8 of the Clerk of the
"urt on or hefore the Slrd
lirl. 1H71 If you fall to do
ent by default will he taken
for the relief demanded
etitioii for Dissolution of
ND ORDKItfTn nt Miami,
is l.'.th day of July AD.
lI.EATHKRMAN, Tlerk,
nurt, Dade Countv, Florida
y: R M. KI8SEII
Deputy <"lerk
.J>urt Seall
-AR1 H.J. Wdl.KS'i.V
AA*S5 aaVDr Petllloner
IJ. '>'' Building
Miaiu Bdm'I.i JS130
7/23-30 8/6-13
quired t" s.-rve a ropy of your An-
swer or Pleading lo the Hill of Com-
plain! on the Plaintiffs attorney,
KIDNEY EFRONSON, 612 Alnsley
Building, Miami. Florida 3J1J2 and
file the original Answer or Pleading
in the offiee of the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court on or h.fore the i"th day
.f Bept., Mil. If you fail to do so.
judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in Ihe Rill of c.mnl.ii.it.
This notice shall he published one-
each week for four consecutive weekf
in THE JEWISH FI.OR1P1AN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 30th day of July AD
1071
E l! LRATHERMAN, Clerk,
, uit Ci urt, Dade County, Florida
By: It. M K1SSBB
Denuty '!< rk
(Circuit Court Sail
SIDNEY EFRONSON
112 Alnsley Building
Miami. Florldn
Attorn, y for Plaintiff
THE COUNT 1 JUDGES COURT
OF DADE COUNTY,
STATE OF FLORIDA
No. 78805-A
NOTICE OF FINAL REPORT AND
APPLICATION FOR DISCHARGE
:. KJ9: Estate ol
iimtKis LEV1NE, deceased,
in ALL WHOM IT MAY CI INCERN:
Notice is given that DAVID OAR-
NET, executor of the above styled
estate, has completed hla adminis-
tration anil has filed in this ...urt
hla final report and application for
discharge. Objections, II any. should
be duly filed with this court. After
riling proof of publication showing
that tins notice has been puidished
on,.- a week for four consecutive
weeks, the matter <>t approval of the
report, the ordering of distribution
of ih.- estate, including allowanci
iltorney'a fees, and the final dis-
charge of DAVID GARNET, as exe-
cutor, will come I..-fore the court.
/*, David i Inrnet
DAVID OARNET
I.AW OFFICES OP
H'lHF.KT W. V.JLSON
P.I i. Hex is;,
Clearwaier, Florida 33617
CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE
I HKIIUBY CERTIFY that B copj
of the above Notice of filing petition
for final discharge of executor, in-
ludiup notioa of hearing, copy of
final accounting and petition fur dis-
llibutfOli and dis.-harpe, and eopy
1 of affidavit of serviced of John A.
i Mnthewa, attorney, has bean fur-
. nished to each of the beneficiaries
, named |n the petition, by United
i States mail this July 9, 1971.
's.' John A. Mathews
! JOHN A MATHEWS. ATTORNEY
________ 7/23-30 8 6-13
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
OADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 71-13706
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
in RE: Th.- Marriage of:
EP1FANIA TAYLOR, wife and
WILFRED tavi.uk. husband.
TO: WILFRED TAYI.OK
l:. ntdence ''nknown
YOU ARE HEREBY notified that
a Petition for Dissolution of Marii-
age has been filed agalnsl you and
\.-u ar>- hereby required to serve a
copy ,,f your answer or other plead-
ing to the Petition on the wife's at-
LESTER ROOERS, whose nfl.
.1,. \, m-., v w. 17th Avenue, Mi-
ami, Florida 3312S. and file the origi-
nal with the Clerk of the above
-i.\ i. i Court, on or before Ihe 24th
dny of August 1971, or a 1.. >':iu!t
v be -ui, red ngalnsl \ nu
DATED this 19th day of July, 1971,
(1 ri Ull Curt Seall
i: B LRATHERMAN,
"i.i -u of 'ircull Court
Bj .1 .1 NI'.I.SO.V
i ii .vii \ i "lerk
_______ 7 23 ""
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-3168
In HE: Estate ol
KSTHKIt SHE \
I I,-, .as.,I.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
| To All "redltors and All Pi rson
lint claims or Demands An.mist
Estate:
You ai.- hereby notified and requlr-
i .i in present anj claims and demands
which you may have agalnsl the ea
late of ESTHER SHEA deceased late
o| Dad.- County. Florida, '.. the Coun-
ty Judges of Hole County, and file
I hi same In duplicate and as provided
In Section 7.13.16, Florida Statutes, in
i r offices in the County Courthouse
I In Dade County. Florida, within si\
call rtdar months from the time of the
I flrsl publication hereof, or the same
! wlil be barred.
Paled at Miami Florida, thla JOtfl
day of July. AD. 1971.
RICHARD SHEA
As Executor
Firsl publication of this notice on
Ihe r.tli dny of Unrust. 1971.
\ \ l(i i\" KANNER
Attorney for RICHARD PHEA
'."4 City National Hank ltldp.
. ... :: Jfl-27
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COl'Itl
IN AM) POK DADE COUNTY, FUMI-
IDA IN I'KolSATB No. 70-2883 IN
RE: Estate of Hlii.E.N J EYRE De-
.-.as.d. NOTICE OP INTENTION TO
MAKE APPLICATION POK DlSTItl-
BL'TION AND FINAL DISCHARGE
xo tick is hereby given that I have
filed my Final Report and Petition
i..r Distribution and Final Discharge
as Executor of the estate of HELEN
J EYRE, deceased; and thai on the
HOt day of August, l'.iTl. will apply
to the 'Honorable County Judges ol
Dade County, Florida, for approval or
said Final Report and for distribution
and final discharge as Executor of
tin- estate of Ihe above-named dece-
dent. This IMh day of July, 1*171.
Ll'CIEN <;. WOODARD, Executor of
the Estate of Helen J. Eyre, dee'd
Of PHI Reynold Building Miami Florida
33182 LUCIEN :. WOODARD Attor-
ney ini4 Seybold Building Miami
Florida S31S2
7 :':i-nn s c-13
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN th.
the undersigned, desiring to engage I
bualneaa under the flctiuoua name (
HKNY BEAUTY SALON at 888 NiY
!2th Avenue. Miami, F'lorida intends I i
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade Coun
Florida.
PETRA P. MORA
7/28M0 8/6-K
I-----------
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CASE NO. 71-7797
NOTICE OF SUIT
HETTY J. AI.HRITToN.
Plaintiff.
WILLIAM H, AI.HRITTON.
Defendant.
To: WILLIAM H. ALBRITTON
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for divorce has been
filed against you, and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your writ-
ten defenses, If any. to it on HER-
BERT L. HEIKEN. Attorney for
Plaintiff, 1108 Alnsley Huildlng, Mi-
ami. Florida 83188, and file the origi-
nal with the clerk of the above
Styled Court, on or before August :::t.
1971; otherwise, a Judgment may he
entered against you for the relief
demanded in the Complaint.
WITNESS my hand and Die seal Of
said Court on Julv IT,. 1971.
(Circuit "- -.n
E. B LEATHERMAN.
aa i lers ui Liie .-am Court
By: K. M i.y.m.w
Deputy Clerk
7 28-80 S i\-M
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 71-14006
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
Iii RE: The Marriage of
I.ENSEY A. l.oYli, husband
and JANET M. I.OYD. wifo
TO: JANET M. l.oYD
address unknown
residence unknov. n
You are hereby notified thai
Petition for Dissolution of Man
( age has been filed against you ai 'I
you are nerebs required to serve
,opy of your Answer or pleading i>
. the Petition on ihe Husband'a alto
n.y. ROBERT H. BURNS, ESQUIRE,
i whose address is X'.n Lincoln Road.
Miami Beach, Florida and file tl <
original with the Clerk of the abov. -
: styhd t ourt on or before tho 31 -t
day (>f August, 1971. If you fail to do
so. judgment by default will be tak. I
against you for the relief demanded
' in the. Petition for Dissolution ot
i .Marriage.
This notice shall b< publlahed otii *
. each week for (our consecutive wet
I in THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN.
E B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk
Cllt-Ull Court. Had.- County, Florldl
B.t I. BNEBDEN
l>eputy Clerk
(Clrcuil Court Seall
ROBERT 11 BURNS
:;.'." Lincoln Road I
Miami Reach, Florida
Attorni \ for Petitioner
7 ?,n 8/6-13.20
Hai
Said
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
No. 71-14829
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
RE: The .Marriage of
MARIA VIROIM PKRKEIRA,
\\ it. PETITIONER.
And
K ISE I 'A ROCHA FBRREIRA
Husband, KESPt INDENT
TO: JOSE DA 111 ""ll A FERREIII \
i r,"> Tiiii'ii-.'iiiI Avenui x
Bronx, X. W York I'4.".J
Yiil" ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai a PETITION FOR DISSOI.I'-
TION OF MARRIAGE hat l.....n filed
against you You must file your an
HWer or other pleading with tins of-
ii......i or before the 7lh day ol
September, 1971, and a copj iherenl
must be served on JOSEPH '
I.AI'SSEIa Attorney for Petitioner,
;is Seybold Building, Miami, Florida
33132, or a defauli will be entered
la! \'ut
DATED this 3rd day of August,
1971, al Miami. Hade County, Florida
E. II LEATHERMAN
Clerk, Circuit Court
Dad. ('ounly, Florida
By: C P. C( IRELAND
Deputy Clerk
(Clrcuil Court Seall S 6-18-20-27
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Ih
; the undersigned, desiring to engage
i business under (he llctltious nan
of COMPUTERIZED REGISTRATIO
I SERVICES al 940 Lincoln Road, .v
ami Iteach, Florida intend r regl
ler said name w lin the 'I. rk ol t'
Clrcuil Court of Dade County, Florid
THOMAS P. Id IWLAND
tiEl >R(iE (iILL, JR
s B-18
- .. 13-20-27
hereby
Disaolut
insult
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERBTtY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, di siring to ci
in i,. | m ler the fictitious nami
of MARSHM I ZUCKER, M I' MAR-
SHAI.l. ZUCKER. M I' P A al
i::',.i Alton Ro.i.i. .Miami Bench, Fta
,nd MARSHALL ZUCKER, M.D.
p \ at Suite 601, 1150 N \V. 14th
Street, Miami. Fla Inte idi lo
said names with the Clerk of th< i
cult Courl of Dad,- cunty. Florida
S MARSHA! I. ZI'CKER, M D P A
SPARBRR, ZEME1 ROSK1N &
HER BRONNER P A
Attorneys for apnlli ant
Inn N Blsca] n. Qoull var.l
Mi:,M"- n-' s l-lt-M-21
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
MiTH'K IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in I.u~iii. ss under the fictitious name
of ARTHUR N 8TAD1 EN ft son
at 'i.'. N \v 806th Terrace, North Miami
Beach Florida intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Clr-
cuil Court of Dade County, Florida.
A8I8CI >. INC,
ItV ARTHl'R 8TADLEN, President
BAXTER ft FRIEDMAN
Attorneys for Applicant
isTr. N E 183rd Street
North Miami H.a.h. Fla .,(, R ,.,,
this 3rd
,u.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the uinlersigii..l. desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of PRANKEI.S LINENS at 2526 Col-
lins Avenue. Miami Beaeh. Florida
Intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade Count v. Florida
LINDA FRANKBL
MAC MEHMEI.l.
Atlornev for Linda Frank,!
1900 S.W. Third Avenue
Miami. Florida 18189 ^^^
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-3221
In HE: Estati of
SAR in SHEIR,
l >. eased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claim- or Demands Against Bald
Estate:
You an- hereby notified and requlr-
< which you may have ngalnsl the es-
tate of SARAH SHEIR. deceased late
ol ii ,ic Coun'y, Florida, to the Coun-
ts Judges .1 n ide iunty, and flic
i he same In duplicate and as i ro-
vidi .1 in s. ciion "83.16, Florida Stat-
utes, in 'in li offli ," the
Courth.ius in Hade County. Florida,
within all calendar mouths from the
time of the flral publication hereo,
nr Ihe same will be barred,
1 int. i at M ami, Florida,
rtnj of August, a 11 1971
ARTHl'R SHEIR
\. Executor
Flrsl onhli, ni.,n of this
ih.. i-.th day of August. 1971.
SIMON. HAYS Ss ORI'NDWERG
Atlornev tor n.\eculor
...I- Alnaley Building
Miami. Florida 38182 _
- ,; [3-2-27
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 71-13796
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In RI": The Marriage of:
LAZARO R. FERNANDEZ, husband
and SILVIA NARCISA PEREZ
CANTO FERNANDEZ, wife
TO: SIIA'IA NARCISA PEREZ
CANTO FE11N A N111"./.
2605 Dltmara Boulevard
Astoria. New- York 1105
YOU ARE HEREBY notified that
a l etltlon for Dissolution of Marri-
age has Lei. filed against you. and
vou nre hereby required to serve ,
copy of your answer or other tdend-
.in- to the Petition on the Husband's
attorney, LESTER ROOERS. whose
address is MM N w 17th Vvei.....,
Miami. Florida 881*6, and file the
original with the Clerk ,,f tl- al_v.
styled conn, on before lb ""'
dav Of August. '"71 or a Default
will he sntei ,i :.....t VO-.
DATED ill's "nth day of July. 1971.
(Clrcuil court S.iH
i; 11 1 I" v THERM AN.
Clerk of Circuit Court
By: R. M K1SSEE
Deputy Clerk
ni 7/23-30 8/8-18
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
No. 71-13853
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: the marriage of
ARTHUR GEORGE BAUGH,
husband and
ALICE ANGELA BAUGH. wife.
You Arthur George Itaugh. real-
dene.- Hope Hay. P.O. Portland,
Jamaica, are required to file your
answer lo the petition for dissolution
of marriage with the clerk of the
above court and serve a cpy ih- n il
upon. Herman Cohen. Esq., 1310-11
Congress lildg .Miami, Florida on or
before August 23rd, 1971 or else default
Will be enter,,! against you. Dated
July .1. 1971.
i: B. LEATHERMAN
i III rk of the Circuit Court
By: R M KIS8EE
(Cli ui! Courl Seal)
7 23-30 v I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 71-15104
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION OF
PETITION FOR ADOPTION
1 HE:
11.' (PTION OF FRANCIS RALPH
'iARRECK, \ K A PR VNCIS
RALPH rSAHSZEWICZ AND
JACOUELYN GABRECK. A K A
,: \i "i..I I :!.. N UABSZEW ICZ
.Mi
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH =
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-14520
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
In RE: The Marriage of
\\ IL1.IAM LETT, hui band and
P VTRR'IA LETT, Wife
Tl PATRICIA LETT
:',is North Avenue
p nes\ ill. I >hlo
You. PATRICIA LETT, an hen
n.,mi. ,i Mat a Bill of Complain! I
I n\, n h..s i j, til, ,i ngalnsl yo
and you >!'' required lo aerve a coi -
of your Answer or Pleading to t!
Hill of Complaint on the Plaintlfl
:.....rney, DAVID E stone. I
N \V 12th Avenue. Miami, I'loriu
ami file the original Answer
Pleading in Ihe office of the Cll :
of the circuit Courl on or h.fore tl *
1 7th day of September, 1971 If J
. fail to do so. judgment by defal
i will I..- taken against you for the I
| lief demand.,I In the Bill of Col"-
: plaint
This notice shall be published on
each w.ek for four consecutive w.
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
pi ,\ E AND i IRDBRED al Mlat
Florida, this 29th day of July A
1971.
i: P. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
Clrcuil Court. Dadi County, Florid
By: C L. Al.EXANDER
Deputy ci.rk
(Circuit '..urt Seal!
DAVID i: ST< INE
in! N.\V 12th Avenue
Minml, Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
s 6-13-20-27
To LEONARD F. OABRECK
A k A I BONARD I".
n A HSZEW ICZ
1354 Jackson Street
Cam,I. a. N. u .1. rsey 081O4
Yoi" ARC HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai a Pet.....n ha* 1......Hi d In Ihe
above slyhd Court l>> FRANK K
CRANDON for Ihe adoption ol
FRANCIS RALPH OABRECK.
\ K \ FRANCIS RALPH CAHSZi:
W1CZ, and JACOUELYN OABWBCK
A K A JACol'EI.YN t: A HS/.EW ICZ.
minors, by the Petitioner. FRANK
R. CRANDON, and you are required
lo s.rve a copy of your An-
Hwer or Objections > show- cause
Why said Petition should not be
granted, on the attorney for Peti-
tioner. MORTON D ZBMBL, 1875
N E. 163rd Street. North Miami I". h.
Florida, and file the original in the
office of the Clerk of Ihe circuit
Courl on or I,. fore the 17th dav of
September, 1971. If you fall to no so.
ludgmenl by default will be taken
against you for the relic! demanded
In the Complaint.
This notice shall he puMi-h.d once
.a,h week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami.
Florida, this 6th dav of August. 1971
I", ll I EATHBRMAN. clerk.
Clrcuil Court. Dade County. Florida
By: "" P coPF.LA.ND
1'. puty Chik
(Circuit Pour! Sean
Vi iRTi IN B ZEMEI.
Attornev for Petitioner
17". N E 183rd Street
North Miami Bench. Florida
8/13-20-27 9'3
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH-.
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 71-12733
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In RE: The Marriage of
ll 'RliARA OR \ V and LARRY OR -
TO: LARRY c,i:.\\
i!, let i e i'..:.now a
YOU arc hereby notified that Pe"-
(ii m r, I! i RBAH \ CRAY, lias fil 1
pi iltion ga ist you in the abo\
styled Courl for Ihe dissolution
ro .triage therein, and you B -
r. quln d lo si n :.....pj of y.
mswer or other pleadings, if any u
in MICHAEL A LIPSKY, 66 We-
st reef, Miami. Florida 881: I,
ii ) for Petitioner. BARBAR >
the original tiler-
.f said Court on i
day of Septamb
a .imlgnient hy d
i against you gr.'i'
man .age B
the petition
I1RAY, and file
with the i 1, rk
i he 7th
1971; otherwlae,
fault w jll be tak
a; ion of
the relief demanded
V ITNESS my hand and the seal
said Courl at Miami, F'lorida. tl
id daj of August. 1971.
F. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: C P OPEI.AND
Denuty clerk
(Circuit Court S.all
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tJewish Floridiaxi
SioniL Florida Friday. Aug. 13, 1971
Section B
Dr. Louis Schwartz man Resigns
rom Bureau Of Jewish Education
1 ouis Schwartzman hns
is executive director of
|i Bun .Hi of Jewish Education
I ;n ter Miami to take the
L post with the Central
1 for Jewish Education in
|.- Louis, effective Oct. 5.
Thi Missouri organization is
newest constituent agency
: :ii" St. Louis Jewish Pedera-
on, anil will serve Orthodox,
rtservativa and Reform cduca-
al programs.
Dr. Schwartzman, who has
I 'he Bureau of Jewish
ition here for 22 years, is
ij attending the Confer-
! Director! of Bureaus of
i Education of the Arnert*
an Association for Jewish Edu-
The two-week conclave.
M. LOUIS SCHWAffTZMAN
'Technical Problems9 Discounted
State Dept. Policy
Prevents Broadcasts
WASHINGTON Rep. Ed-
. ird I. Koch. (D-N.Y. in a
>tter addressed to Martin J.
Hillenbrand, Assistant Secretary
State for European Affairs,
Charged that State Department
dicy is preventing Voice of
America broadcasts in the Yid-
iish language across the Iron
t'urtain to the Jews of the So-
let Union,
It has been establLshed that
h re is a time between 7 and 8
u. Moscow time When the
>A transmitters are idle." Rep.
C ich said. 'Thus, should the
A want to broadcast In Yid-
during that time, we are
it confronted With a technical
: iblem or the question of which
nt of hours allotted to
: ladcasta in Russian would
to deleted. The issue is
ally one of policy."
Although both the State De-
ll' irtmi'iit and the U.S. Informa-
tion Agency opi>use such broad-
ists, the final decision report-
will be up to President Nixon.
I view of that fact, the Ameri-
ran Jewish Congress appealed
to the President this week in a
etter signed by Will Maslow.
executive director, urging him to
bprove and discounting U.S.I.A.
fclaims of difficult technical
problems in reaching the entire
soviet Jewish community.
Approximately 1.6 million of
the Soviet Jews live in Russia
and the Ukraine, Mr. Maslow
wrote, and some 90';; live in two
Western time zones. He ques-
tioned the accuracy of claims
that the broadcasts would re-
quire the acquisition of addi-
tional transmitters and boost
transmitting costs.
"Hard evidence points to the
fact that existing VOA trans-
mitters in Europe are unused
during significant periods of
time. Mr. Maslow said. "By us-
ing VOA transmitters efficient-
ly, the direct additional cost of
instituting VOA broadcasting in
Yiddish would be minimal."
The AJCongress spokesman
took issue with the State De-
partment claim that only a small
number of Soviet Jews speak
Yiddish, and that those who do
also speak another language in
which the Voice of America al-
ready broadcasts. He eited the
official 1970 census which shows
that 17.7% of the Soviet Jews
about 380.000 persons-listed
Yiddish as their mother tongue.
"In addition." he wrote. "28.8%
claimed to be fluent in a second
language. One can safely assume
that Yiddish was the second lan-
guage referred to in most cases.
It follows that 600.000 or more
Continued on rag* 2-B
S. Z. Bennett (center) was recently presented a plaque by the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation in recognition of his dis-
'aiguished community service in connection with the Fed-
eration's old headquarters located at 1317 Biscayne Blvd.
Robert P. Forman, executive director of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, is at left and Leo Eisenstein, chairman
f the Federation's Building Site Committee and a member
(of the board of directors, at right.
which ends Sunday, is sponsored
by the Jewish Agency in Israel.
The veteran educator has serv-
ed in executive posts with Jew-
ish organizations in Baltimore.
Atlanta and Wilmington. He re-
ceived his Doctor of Education
degree from Baltimore Hebrew
College after graduate studies
at Dropsie College and other
institutions of higher learning.
During Dr. Sehwartzman's
service here, the Bureau of Jew-
ish Education, a beneficiary
agency of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, participated
in the rapid population growth
of Jewry in Dade and Broward
counties. Courses from college
to grade school level are either
taueht or guided by personnel
of the Bureau.
He instructed classes at both
the University of Miami and
Miami-Dade Junior College and
was active in numerous com-
munity organizations.

B\ |M 1 "" f'1 >wL. ^r fk ~ 1
I m ->. ,J
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^kflj Bf^fl
Some 80 community leaders from eight Florida cities par-
ticipated last Sunday in a special meeting at the new Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation building to discuss joint efforts
on behalf of Soviet Jewry. From left to right are Dr. Richard
Schwarz, a member oi the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion's Steering Committee on Soviet Jewry; Abe Bayer, exec-
utive director, American Conference on Soviet Jewry; and
Morton Silberman, chairman. Community Relations Commit-
tee, Greater Miami Jewish Federation. The organizations
represented at the meeting included the Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith, the American Jewish Congress, the
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Friday, Aug. 13, i97l
Kafkind Charter Member Of
Home Life's Hall Of Fame
.Vi Item RafMad. 3095 S\V BSr.
. as recently Inducte I
. i art member of ttie Home Life
M R:.fkind. who ioini'd Homo
I.if.- :n 1956 a- manager of
(be Miami Agency, 158 SK
i St.. is .. life and
niiM*i i > Million Dollar Round Table.
H is past president >>i the Gon-
I Agents and Men ^--"
.',' Miami and the Miami Chap-
;. of the Socletj ol Chartered
Life Underwriters. He la also a
member >>t the board of directors
of the Estate Planning Council of
Greater Miami.
A graduate of '!i<- University ol
main, Mr. Rafkind, who was
h li.'iiti'nant colonel in the A*r
1-'. roe during Wo:lil War II. and
h rife. Helen, are the parents ol
three children.
Young Singles Club
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The Tempi Is Singles Club
ta the first and third Tues
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Mr Mario* acknowledged th.'
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Soviet Jewry." and concluded. "1
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Women's Division Installs
Officers And Directors
Pace 3-3
r men's Federation of the
| itiami Jewish Division will
ii- M'cond annual open board
Btut< and installation of of-
fs Tuesday. Aug. 31, with a
ge ired to the question
I .' be a Jewish Commun-
In 1980?"
i tat ion has been extended
ti ial community to partici-
'legation Cuts
oodwill Visit'
Russia Short
I lomas Matthew, president
National Economic Growth
Ri eovery Organization, a
American self-help group.
lent short his current "good-
Ivisit" to the Soviet Union in
fs! over a Soviet refusal to
his delegation to view a
ton of eastern Russia.
ly leaving is a protest," Dr.
|h" reporte&y told news-
"It ;s a symbol that all is
in the Soviet Union as
I am concerned."
BO-man delegation led by the
an Negro surgeon planned
|udy living conditions of So-
rt was originally an-
d that the group's belief was
ussia's Jews are treated bet-
\;ir, American blacks. Dr. Mat-
however, stated that his
ation would be unable to
\vt this thesis without verbal
ents by Soviet Jews, state-
the Soviet government
i allow him to obtain.
*
rd D. Siegel's appointment
lucational director of Tem-
Jinai of North Dade was
iwced recently by Law-
Zirn, president ot the con-
tic.n. Mr. Siegel has been
kg Temple Emanu-El of Ft.
krdale as director of edu-
and youth activities.
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:"' in the event, which will be
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Jewish Federation building at 4200
Biscayne Blvd. Coffee and regis-
tration is scheduled for 9:30 a.m.;
the program will be held from 10
a.m. to 2 p.m.
A highlight of the day will be
the installation of Women's Divi-
sion officers and directors, with
Mrs. Sol Goldstein, national vice
chairman of the Council of Jewish
Federations and Welfare Funds.
Communal Services, as installing
officer.
According to Mrs. Howard J.
Trinz, chairman of the day. the
panel of participants will include:
Myron A. Berezin, executive di-
rector, YM & YWHA of Greater
Miami: Eugene Greenspan, execu-
tive director, Jewish Vocational
Service: Leon Fisher, executive di-
rector. Jewish Family & Children's
Service; Gordon Siiverman. assist-
ant director, Hillel Jewish Stu-
dent Center, University of Miami.
and Mrs. Robert I. Shapiro, mem-
ber of the Federation's Planning
Committee on Jewish Education.
Sisterhood Splash Party
The Sisterhood of Temple Beth
Tov will hold a "splash party" at
the home of Etta and Joe Van-
glish, 9350 SW lt>th St.. Sunday at
2 p.m. for the benefit of the tem-
ple's building fund. Food and soft
drinks will be provided.
Mrs. Levey, a member the
F'": board of directors.
: also serves on the campaign cabi-
net of the 1971 Combined Jewish
\ eal-Israel Emergency Fund. A
recipient of the President's Young
Leadership award, Mrs. Levey has
been involved in community af-
fairs since she was graduated from
the University of Miami.
Other officers to be installed are
vice presidents Mrs. Howard Schar-
lin, area coordination; Mrs. Leon-
ard Friedland and Mrs. Jerome L.
Kipnis, campaign; Mrs. Donald
Reiff, community organization;
Mrs. Mike A. Sumberg. education
and Mrs. Howard J. Trinz, leader-
ship training.
Mrs. Salmon Bader will be in-
stalled as corresponding secretary.
Mrs. Stanley Gilbert as rcording
secretary. Mrs. Harry B. Smith as
nominating committee chairman,
Mrs. Richard Brickman as parlia-
mentarian, and Mrs. Edwin B.
Oppenheim as immediate past
president.
The Federation Women's Divi-
sion office is taking reservations
by telephone.
Mrs. Burton Levey (right) will be installed for a second term
as president of the Women's Division, Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation on Aug. 31. The installation of Women's
Division Officers and board members will be pan of an all
day program. Mrs. Howard J. Trinz (left), chairman of the
day, is pictured presenting a symbolic gavel to Mrs. Levey.
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Israeli On 'Busman's Holiday'
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For New Members

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A ... fundi -: e wen an- pafgn to atl
nrnincrfi this week at a Srttil
the Governor C :-. : b>
Mr Taub. Ol m held recently a-.
H rf the S Marko home.
1 Rrsi A Sew Membership Sqaan
t; H-\enr GoMVr*. ?-vor>. Daner" will be held at 8 prr. S
A.-. : <>.; K. mU day. Sept. 12. at the South L
:.: Taub. pars*- jecrctary: M-: y Teanney, tre-t*- Campus. 7500 SW 120th St M
theorajaateatior aatfDavid unT. ..'. r>lV:i I--i sergeant- P* of the 60th aromal nmnber-
man, ^laattnl o: the M?*m: -.arr-. | ship driw. which hi* a theme of
ton rlcssi "Mure Fur You in "71-72."
-'. ."' M r !-~ ajfr, Hdnhara s*.! efforts I The educational and religious
' cut* new ambulances through the' programs which have become part
FUNDS FOR ANOTHER AMBULANCE
Senior Citizens
Launch Campaign
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Mo; JCB president Sheldon G Mills cc:
i Ted Gordon, recording secretary.
Same 1 Rcinhard of Miami Beach
Amerinn Red llaarn David for of Beth David's proud heritage in-
I Red Cross agency. said the
American F- leratJoifi campaign
.'.'. V" culminated by dedication
i a 1S72 mode] arrtbulnnce here in
tctohcr.
Florida M -.te rh-'.rman for Israel's (1^3^ are being phtnned by sev-. crude Religious. Sunday. Nursery
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brew Academy. Club. Men's Activities, Sisterhood.
Gift Shop. Librarv-s. Fine Arts.
Rabbi So! Landau of Greater j and F.imily Activit. -
Miami, Of the American Th. Jewish community is L-.vit-
IRed Kagjen David, has made two >-ate in the
tripe to larari thi- year to visit activities offe.-ed by Miami's oKI-
' installations of the hearth and res- el Conservative congregation -
icue agency and confer with Ua the cor.gr.^gation with the young
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Recently installed officers of Geula Chapter. Mizrachi
r*Z ?r9aI;uS10nI0, Am^ca included, from left to
nght. (front row) Mrs^Irwin Block, treosurer; Mrs. Aaron
Kaiz president; Mrs. David Rosenfeld. program vice presi-
dent; and Mrs. Sidney Huss. publicity; (back row) Mrs
Milton Ehenreich. membership vice president; Mrs. Morton
Weiss, financial secretary; Mrs. Jerry Schechter. fund-
??. prfsidenl and MrS- Berel Wein- Program adviser.
Habbi Milton Simon was the installing officer.
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Hi.' 4-1iii national encampment ol
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iliaries this week in Minneapolis,
Minn., Including DepBrtrtttttl of
Florida president, Sally Levy,
(Miami Beach 330).
Miami Beach "..".o is also being
represented by Mrs. Biilie Kern,
national senior vice president and
president-elect; its president. Mrs.
Ceil Rochwarg, and past presi- j
dents Mrs, Bessie Gibber and Mrs.
Daphne Adelman.
Also attending is Mrs. Malvina
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vocate and past national presi-
dent: past Departmenl president
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Wedding Jjclls ruing
MRS. MARSHALL BAUUCH
Baltuch-Flexgold
Rochelle Hinda. the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Fiuxgold
Of Bayside. N.Y., and Marshall
Philip, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
George Baltuch of Miami Beach,
were united in marriage recently at
the Oakland Jewish Center in Bay-
side. Officiating at the ceremonies
were Rabbi Paul Freeman. Martin
Edelman and Barry Churchman,
director and staff members of the
Department of Youth Activities,
United Synagogue of America per-
sonal friends of the bride and
groom.
The bride wore a formal wedding
gown of white organza overlaid in
white Chantilly lace with a man-
darin collar and long lace sleeves.
The four-foot detachable train was
i'lso of organza and Chantilly lace.
Her veil flowered from a white
organza flower, covered with seed |
pvarls. She carried a bouquet or
white gardenias and stephanotis
which made a cascade frame
around the bronze carving on the
40-year-old Israeli Bible given to
her by Jules Gutin, a close friend.
Roehelle, who graduated from
Francis Lewis High School and
maiored in Elementary Education
iii Queens College, was very active
in ATID, the Collegiate organiza- ;
tion of the United Synagogue of I
America. She served as th<> inter- i
national secretary in 1969 and
later became the national assistant
coordinator. She also served on the
staff of the Metropolitan New York
Region of United Synagogue Youth.
Mr. Baltuch graduated from
Miami Beach High School. Miami-
Dade Junior College and the Uni-
versity of Florida. During his ca-
reer with the United Synagogue of
America, he served as the Charter
International first vice president
of ATID in 1961 and worked as
USY director of Temple Emanu-El.
Beth David Congregation and B'nai
Raphael Congregation from 1962-
64. For five years he served Beth
Torah Congregation in North Mi-
ami Beach as director of Youth
Activities until he moved to New
York in 1968 to assume the Re-
gional directorshin of the Metro-
politan Region. He returned to
Miami last year and nresentlv
serves as the Regional Youth di-
rector of the Southeast Region,
(tho s^ven southern states).
The bride chose her sister. Ron-
nie, as maid of honor and tho
groom's sister-in-law. Leslie Bal-
tuch, as matron of honor. Th"
bridesmaids, cousins of the bride
and groom, were Ellen Bern. Ar-
lene N.ngel. Penny Kay and Phyllis
Kay. Harris Baltuch served his
brother as best man: the grooms-
men included Mark Bunim, Ijitv
Burrow Les Falke. Jules Gutin
David Mandel. Stephen Salineer
Richard Skolnik. Sandv StadiW
Bruee Strum and the bride';
brother Gary Fluxgold.
Two special ceremonies preceded
the wedding. The first was th"
signing of the Ketubah, the marri-
age document, which was hand-
scrolled on parchment and pre-
sented to the bride and groom bv
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Edelman. The
witnesses on the Ketubah were
Michael Greenbaum and Marc
Stemfeld.
The second ceremony was pri-
vate and consisted of blessings be-
stowed upon the bride and groom
by her grandfather, Louis Bern-
frtein. The blessings over the Chal-
lah were recited by Joseph Bal-
MMS. JONATHAN L. ALPtKT
tuch, Louis Bernstein and Solomon
Birnbaum the couple's grandfath-
ers. The champagne toast was pre-
sented by long-time friends, Henne
ami Joe Golden; Rich Neurohr led
the traditional "Buchat Hamayou."
the grace after meals, and the
"Sheva Brachos," the seven bless-
ings, were chanted by Myron Edel-
man, Dennis Barough. Robert Lei-
fert. Stephen Garfinkel. Yitschak
Jacobsen. Abraham Gittclson. and
Mark Loeb. The silver Kiddush
cup used in the ceremony was a
gilt from Mr. and Mrs. Michael
Greenbaum.
After a honeymoon in Spain and
Portugal, the couple will reside in
North Miami Beach.
Alpert-Stuzin
Mr. and Mrs. David Stuzin, 3710
Toledo St., Coral Gables, announce
the marriage of their daughter.
Judith Diane, to Jonathan Louis
Alpert. son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo
Alpert. San Marco Island. Miami.
The couple exchanged vows in a
private ceremony in the David
Williams Hotel, Sunday. Aug. 8.
with Rabbi Joseph R. Narot
officiating.
The bride graduated from Coral
Gables High School, attended the
University of Tennessee, and grad-
uated from the University of Mi-
ami. She is currently a teacher in
;he Dade County school system.
The groom, who is currently
oracticing law in Miami, graduated
from Miami Beach High School
and Johns Hopkins University in
Baltimore, and received his law
logree from the University of
Maryland School of Law, where
he was associate editor of the
Maryland Law Review. He ob-
tained his Master of Laws degree
from Harvard University, and is
listed in Who's Who in American
Colbges and Universities.
Following a honeymoon in Ja-
maica, the couple will reside on
Hibiscus Island, Miami Beach.
MRS. CIRROLD HANNLSMAN
Maizel-Sloan
Mindy Gay'e Sioan and Robert
Mark Maizel were united Sunday,
Aug. 8. in a ceremony at Temple
Or Olom conducted by Rabbi
Ralph Glixman.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Theodore Sloan of 8510
SW 1.1th St. The groom's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Macklen Maizel, re-
side at 5811 SW 16th St.
The new Mrs. Maizel wore a
gown of white silk organza fash-
ioned in the empire style with
Venise lace appliques on the bodice
and a high neckline. The long
titted sleeves and A-line skirt
were trimmed with rows of Venise
lace, and the removable train of
silk organza was attached to the
gown at the waistline, which fea-
tured a blue satin ribbon. Her bouf-
fant four-tier silk illusion veil fell
from a cluster of silk organza and
lace petals.
Attending the bride was her
cousin. Nancy Baron, maid of
honor. Shari Sloan, the bride's
sister. Nancy Linet and Margery
Gordon, bridesmaids. Another sis-
ter. Stacy Sloan, was flower girl.
Leonard Tempelman was the
Troom's choice for best man and
Bruce Nabat. Stephen Kaplan and
Richard Winters ushered.
A graduate of Miami Coral Park
Senior Hieh School, the bride at-
tended Miami-Dade Junior Col-
lege and is now employed as a
dental assistant. Mr. Maizel is al-
so a graduate of Miami Coral Park
High School. He attended the Uni-
versity of Miami where he was
a member ot Delta Sigma Pi Busi-
ness Fraternity, and is presently
working with his father as a pub-
lic accountant while studying for
a C.P.A. degree.
The couole will reside in South
Miami after a two week honey-
moon in Mexico Citv and Aenntileo
Handelsman-Bartioff
Barbara Sue Barkoff and Ger-
rold Handelsman exchanged vows
Saturday. Aug. 7. at the Algiers
Hotel. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz
fficiated at the 8:30 p.m. cere-
mony, which was followed by a
-eception in the hotel's Rubaiyat
Room.
The couple's parents are Mr.
aM Mrs. Irving Barkoff. 1171 NE
154th Ter. and Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Handelsman, 21311 NE 20th Ave.,
North Miami Beach.
The new Mrs. Handelsman chose
a long Victorian dress and man-
tilla veil for the ceremony. She
carried a bridal arrangement of
baby tea roses.
Miss Rhonda Handelsman was
maid of honor; Lori Yagoda served
as bridesmand and Maria Emmer
as flower girl.
Paul Leibeskind was best man
and Steve Jacobson, Alan Barkoff.
Jeff Steinberg and Stephen Silver
ushered.
The bride, a graduate of North
Miami High School, is currently
employed at Merrill, Lynch, Pierce,
Fenner it Smith. Mr. Handelsman.
who attended Levitt Town Me-
morial High School. Miami-Dade
Junior College and the University
of Miami, is now vice president of
Handel Printing.
Following a Jamaica honeymoon,
the couple will live in North Miami
Beach.
MRS. ROBtRT M. MAIUL
Burt-Becerra
On Sunday. Aug. 8, Rose Ines
Becerra and Barry Middleton Burt
I were married in the Royal Scots
jRoom of the Miami Lakes Coun-
| try Club.
The new Mrs. Burt is the daugh-
; ter of Ramon Becerra. P.. of 5351
SW 3rd St.. Miami, and Bogota.
Columbia. S.A.. and the late Mrs
Elvira de Becerra. She and her
her husband, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Emanuel Burt. 2714 SW 36th
Ave., are both graduates of Miami
High School.
The bride was attended by her
sisters Dora Adam>. matron of
honor and Cecilia Amici. brides-
maid: the groom's sister. Gale Burt
McCabe. also served as bridesmaid.
Flower girls were Ijvia Casale
and Anna Marie Amici. the bride's
nieces: her nephew, Frank Casale.
was ring hearer. David McCabe
served the groom as best man:
the groom's brotber-in-law. Barry
McCabe. and the bride's brother-
in-law. Nino Amici. ushered.
Mr. and Mrs Burt. who will be
living in Miami, postponed their
honeymoon until Chanukeh, when
they plan to visit the groom's
uncle in Puerto Rico.
Green-Drunotc
Africa was the honeymoon des-
tination for Mr. ami Mrs. Michael
Lewis Green after their marriage
Sunday. Aug. 8, in a 6:30 pjn.
candlelight ceremony at Temple
Zamora. Coral Gables. Rabbi Max-
well Btrger officiated; the bride's
MRS. BARRY M. BURT
cousin. Rabbi George Richter oi
I New Jersey also participated in
I the rites.
A teacher at Vine-land : -
tarv School, th. former I.. ; | Bar]
Dranow, daught. r of Mr. ai I Mrs.
I Jack Dranow. 8335 SW 106th SI.
graduated from Miami Set Lot High
School and received her tirr.e
from the University of Miami. Her
husband, also a gradual>
Senior High School, att.:: led the
University of Miami, and served
In the I'.S. military inn:
department in Vietnam, ean I
Bronze Star. The son of Mr. and
Mrs. George Green of 10225 S'.''
106th St., he is presently a-- elat-
ed with Burdine's Departmcpt
Stores.
The bride selected a pink ard
red color theme for her
Her attendants were attired jr.
pink chiffon Camelot siv.. :..-->
with matching Camelot hats. IKr
gown was of candlelight A I
lace and peau de soie enci ted
with seed pearls and 1 ed
a matching detachable train acd
Juliet sleeves.
One of the bride's si>t: I
Lita Dranow, served as hi 1 '
of honor. Another sister. Risa A
Dranow, and Diane Bergi
Roberta Messing were her i
maids. The groom's broth. :
Green, was best man;
Green, another brother, the I
tiruther, Jeffrey Dranow. SI
When Mr. ami Mrs. Greei
turn from their honeymoon,
will live at 7785 SW 86th St.
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MRS. MKHAtL L OKltH
Kugler-Leffler
Klisc France Lcffler and Mark
Bruce Kugler wore married at |
Tt tuple Zion Sunday, Aug. 8. with
Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro and |
Cantor William W. Lipson offici-
ating. A reception was held fol- |
lowing the ceremonies in the
Rendezvous Room of the David
William Hotel.
A graduate of Coral Gables High
School, the bride, daughter of Mr.
ind Mrs. Bernard S. Lefflcr 5580 i
SW 63rd Ct., attended the Univer-
sity of Houston and received her
degree from the University of
Miami, where she was a member
of Sigma Delta Tau sorority. She
has been teaching in Dade County I
schools for the past three years.
The bridegroom, who is also a j
Dade County school teacher, is |
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Weprin of Riverdale, N.Y. He re-
ceived his education at DeWitt
Clinton High School. Bradley Uni-
versity, Peoria, 111., and DePaul
University School of Law in Chi-
cago. 111.
For her wedding, the new Mrs.
Kugler selected a gown of candle-
light pure silk organza and im-
ported Venetian lace. Her empire
'bodice featured a Victorian collar
and full length sleeves; her cloque
'of lace over organza held a pouf of
folk illusion veiling. A matching
dress in French blue was worn by
her cousin, Ann Pollock, who
served as the maid of honor.
The bridal party also included
the groom's cousin. Norman Ber-
man, who was best man. and
ushers Carl Steinberg and Steven
Pollock.
their home at 90 Edgewater Dr..
Mr. and Mrs. Kugler will make
Coral Gables, after a honeymoon
in Acapulco, Mexico.
MM. JWKtl $. UMON
groom's sister-in-law Glenda Sim-
on; bridesmaids were Ferris Gelb,
Mary Jo Everitt and Sherry
Abramson. and junior bridesmaid
was Diane Simon, the groom's
sister. The groom's brother. Wal-
ter Simon, was best man and
Stephen Lipinski. Peter Stahl.
Seth Michelson. Howard Schero
and the bride's brother Robert
Shayman. served as ushers.
Following a honeymoon in St.
Thomas. Virgin Islands, the couple
will reside in Ithaca. N.Y.
The brides brother, Stephen B.
Abramson was best man. Ushers
were Scott Grcenberg Ronald Mo-
sher. Eric Lippa and Gilbert Ame-
lio.
After a wedding trip to Europe
the couple will live in Cranbury.
Misheloff-Abramson
Rabbi Joseph Goldman officiated
when Madelyne Fern Abramson,
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ger-
son J. Abramson. of Oakhurst.
N.J. was married to Dr. Michael
Norman Misheloff of Cranbury,
N.J., the son of Mrs. Louis Mishel-
off, of Los Angles. Calif., and the
late Louis Misheloff, (former long-
time residents of Miami I July 7
at Temple Beth Miriam, Elberon.
N.J. A reception followed immedi-
ately after the ceremony.
The bride graduated from Amer-
ican University and Oscar B.
Hunter Memorial School of Medi-
cal Technology, in Washington.
DC. Dr. Misheloff. a physics in-
structor at Princeton University.
Princeton. N.J., was graduated
from California Institute oi Tech-
nology at Pasadena, and received
ihis doctorate from the University
jof California at Berkley.
Gail Berry served as maid of
j honor Bridesmaids were Sharon
j Seidel. Benilda Crespo, Peggy Sal-
ten and Mrs. Stephen Limmer.
Simon-Shayman
Carol Diane Shayman became
the bride of Jeffrey Stanley Simon
j'n a 9 p.m. candlelight ceremony
at the Eden Roc Hotel Saturday.
Aug. 7. Rabbi Norman Shapiro
and Cantor Lipson officiated.
The new Mrs. Simon is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Philip
Shayman of 9260 SW 57th Ter
Her husband is the son Of Mr. and
Mrs. "Steven Simon of 37 Shore
Drive, North.
For the nuptials. Mrs. Simon
chose a gown of Candlelight Peau
D'Ange lace and pure silk organza
over taffeta with an appliqued
wedding ring neckline. The en-
tire gown was embroidered with
seed pearls: her mantilla, which
was attached to a Camelot cap,
was appliqued with matching lace
and pearls.
The bride graduated from South-
west High School and the Univer-
sity of South Florida where she
received her Bachelor's degree in
Education. She was a member of
Alpha.-Epsilon Phi sorority.
A graduate of Coral Gables Sen-
ior High School, the bridegroom
now attends Cornell University
where he in enrolled in the School
of Hotel Administration. He is a
nnemicr of Phi Sigma Epsilon
fratewiity.
Att SUvcnberg.her maid of honor; the
Kessler-Hershbein
Rabbi Avrom Drazin conducted
the 6:30 p.m. ceremonies at the
Deauville Hotel which united
Eddyse Ilenc Hcrshbein and Har-
old Kesslcr in marriage Sunday.
Aug. 8.
The bride, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur Hcrshbein. 1800 SW
Mrss. Arthur Hcrshbein. 1800 SW
24th Ave.. is the granddaughter of
Sadie and the late Morton Fagan
and Libbe and the late Leo Axlrod.
She graduated from Miami Senior
High School and the University of
South Florida, where she was a
sister of Alpha Epsilon Phi.
The bridegroom graduated from
Coral Gables Senior High School
and the University of South Flor-
ida, where he was affiliated with
Pi Kappa Alpha, and is now em-
ployed by the Ford Motor Co. His
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Isador
Kessler, live at 1501 Miami Gar-
dens Dr.. North Miami Beach.
The bride, who selected a gown
ot candlelight peau de soie appli-
qued with lace and encrusted with
crystal beads and seed pearls and
featuring a headpiece and detach-
able train to match, was served by
her sister, Andrea Hcrshbein, maid
of honor, and bridesmaids Carol
Firguson. Ellen Mirowitz. Harriet
Daniel. Peggy Cohen and Mrs.
Vivienne Tempkin. Alan Gordon
was best man; Ron Baker, Steve
Higbie, Howard Segan, Bob May-
er, and the bride's brother, Martin
Hcrshbein. ushered
Following a 10-day honeymoon
in the Caribbean, the couple will
i live in Ypsilanti. Mich.
Dr. Zand To Visit U.S.
Dr. Mikhail Zand, the Russian-
Jewish scholar who made head-
lines with his ctiorts to obtain a
visa to emigrate to Israel, will be
making his first visit to the
United States next month. Dr.
Zand. who was offered a teaching
post at Bar-Ilan University in Is-
rael before making his bid for
freedom, has accepted an invita-
tion to address the 74th national
convention of the Zionist Organi-
zation of America on Thursday,
Sept. 2 and Saturday, Sept. 4, in
Pittsburgh, Pa.
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* Jen i*fr fhridiaiin
Friday Aug. 13. 1971
ar JHitzsJ,
Summer Social Set
Miami Beach residents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Zitner, who have
dedicated themselves to helping children in need, proved
their dedication by presenting a check for $50,000 to the
Israel Histadrut Council of South Florida to establish a
Children's Home in Israel recently. Histadrut director Ed-
ward Tumarcff (left) shows the check to Morris Newmark,
Histadrut treasurer, and Mrs. Newmark (right).
Shapiro Featured Speaker
At Palm Beach Convention
< iel B Shapiro, executive di- will covei the art of word usage.
-"^.Supply Association! c,,chairmcll f thc Convention .
.: America, Minn/ Beach, will be ^^ Parrigh Vilhu r,.h L,,, Medley Finals At Flagler
DEAN KEISEItMAN
a Mr. and Mrs.
Stanley Keis i-.^.tn celebrated his
Tempi.- TWereth
Israel Saturday.
Air;. 7.
The celebrant,
whose father la
a specialist In
fighting drug
alms.' in thc
United States,
cante here re-
cently from Now
York. Ho is en
rolled ;it John
F. Kennedy High
Dean Keiterman school when ho
serves on the
student patrol, and has helped
supervise and direct thc day camp
program this summer. He plays
clarinet, trumpet and drums, and
is a top toon in bowling.
lil.AlK SOMBEBG
Blair, thc son of Mr. and Mi s.
Eugene Somberg "f Coral Gables,
will be called to the Torah as a
Bar Mitzvah during the worship
services at T mple Judea Satur-
day, Aug. H.
t 8 p.n ''
i. s :',.
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Page 9-B
Tiddler* To IVemirre In
her i dan Theatre Dec*. 14
"Fiddler on th !, ;-.,
nla pnaminim in Mi inn H. ,u h
Dec. 14. at llir SIi.ti-
m _
dan Theatre. The bem-fii perform
ance follows the film .
mlere to New York
3.
Based on the int.vr
tod, the Miri-.-ii-C ii'in- I'm-
duction was prortuci and directed
by Academy Av
man Jewisot: ] ,i>
Tevye.
The motion pieti: u 11 h
leased as a road-.! i > ,- ,,; ,>
United Artists, an entertainment
service of Trari.samenc;i Corp. I...-
cation filming beg.-tn List summer
near the Yuo<
Zagn b with an international cast.
Also uacring. asa. alaoaa^Cnne,
Leonard Fri y, m ,i:v Picon and
Paul Mann.
Originally presented by Harold
Prince on Brodway in September.
1964, "Fiddter on the Roof" has
since been produced in 25 countries
before audiences totaling some
30 million, and is still going strong
in New York and ov< rse is
The story of Tevye and his five
unmarried daughters unfolds to
the music of Jerry Rock, with lyr-
ics b> Sheldon Harnlek. John
Williams is the musical director
and Tom Abbott is choreographer,
Concert violinist Isaac' Stern is
I i* the "fiddler on the roof."
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Bv KITH SIRKIS

1
In a quaii-t pavilion overlooking a small lake in Copenhagen
there is a re,- mrant that is world famous for its smorgasbord
sandwiches. It :. managed by ,, Jewish man, Adam Siesbyo. who
tnarried th- ,t -randdauKbter of the founder of the business.
pf the restaurant is Oskar Davidson.
Btdwich list, which is given to every guest, is four feet
:t Mats !7s sandwiches that can be served on four kinds of
ad (rye, w'c.ite, sour and crispi which brings the total number
>-Of*r''900: I"!i,- list is printed in English ami Danish and also
ePVCS as the oMrr form for the kitchen.
We tear:..'.; that th.' Dani-Ji sandwich or the SMORRE-
BSODas th-> ,11 it. is a piece of art. You start with a small
'Sail thin Sijuar- slice of bread, and spread it generously with
*Wtlr wk chicken fat. as the case may be. They say there is
ibtohrHly nothing edible which cannot be used for smorrebrod.
hot flah. meat, vegetables and eggs are the major ingredients.
The flanaWicli.-s are usually cokl and light, and lend themselves
, to a summnr lunch.
From the long list we chose number 137 parboiled egg
. with remot::.' !>\ and this gives as a chance to show how basic
-j- haajmUh nt' .." taste and look completely different.
TAKB4>ll.l.l> Mi<; SANDWICH WITH REMOIXADE
FwrfOui sandwiches, use four parboiled eggs. (The term "par-
' boiled"'deser -M the state of the egg half-way between soft and
j hard boHed I'-,;! the eggs t>-7 minutes and cool under running
'water. Peel "P.v eggs will have firm white and the yolk will be
'"aet,"*|it moi,'
Prep..' a remoulade. using:
Otic cup stiff mayonnaise
One this, prepared mustard
P One this, pickled capers
One-half medium pickle, chopped very fine
One this, snipped parsley
One tsp. tarragon
Hue all tiie ingredients thoroughly.
lb assemble the sandwich, spread the bread generously with
sauce. Slice the 'parboiled" eggs with a sharp knife
j and strong Hie Mies on the bread. Garnish with more remoulade,
: Ihutsley and picnics.

Tevye (Topol) wonders what it
would be like to have money.
Alone in the barn, he sings "If
I were A Rich Man" in a scene
from "Fiddler on the Roof."
SOCIAL BRIEFS
Henry and Jenny Norton, long |
active in Jewish organizations, are.
i i ating th. ir 25th wedding an-
niversary in the Holy Land. Their
Simcha was increased by the
presence "t relatives whom they
have not sect! in many years. If
their enthusiastic reports are any
criterion, they surely will be re-
turning before another 25 years
has passed.
* ii
Mr. and Mrs. Ilyman Mandel of
12-50 SW 17th St. celebrated theii
33rd wedding anniversary by visit
ing their daughter and son-in-law.
former Miami residents Faye and
Jerome Cohen, and grandchildren.
Miriam Pesa and David Aaron, in
Kansas City, Mo. While they were
there. Faye and Jerome, who is
director of Curriculum at the St.
Luke's Hospital School of Nursing
and Adjunct Professor of Soci-
ology at the University of Kansas,
hosted a reception in their honor.
The Mandels. who also Malted
their relatives in Chicago, 111., are
looking forward to the Cohens
visit, planned for December.
A- Mr. and Mrs. BoUBI Weld of
Brooklyn, N.Y., who have alter-
nated their visits between Israel
and Miami Beach for the past 20
y< ars. are spending their two-
month vacation at the Sterling
Hotel this year. The Welds, who
are active in Mizrachi and in the
field of Jewish education, have
been entertained by local residents
including Mr. and Mi's. Alfred
Stone. Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Braf-
man. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Eck-
enthal and Mr. and Mrs. Jules
Lieber.
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iterated Iarae! .bjections to re-
ported plans of the Swiss gov-
ernment to permit opening of a
Palestine Lil>ei..tion Organi/a-
tton Office in Geneva. The re-
port of the initial protest, made
in Geneva, indie it. d. apparently
erroneously, that the office was
to Qe opened b\ Kl Fatah, larg-
est of the Arab terrorists groups
The PLO Is an umbrella organi-
zation of the guerrilla groups.
EUan's prote-t was made to
H. J. Heas, the Swiss envoy
Here. He report I y remin.l.vi the
envoy that by their own admis-
sion, the T*LO and its subsidiary
gixasps had bee: responsible for
the: hijacking- civilian air-
craft last yen tor acts of ter-
rorism and murder in neutral
countries and various other
serious viola' '''' l! -
tional law. Th mivov was said
toliave replied that the Swiss
Rwiemment had not yet t ikon
a final decision on the PLO re-
quest. The matter will be pur-
suit further l>\ Arse I.e\avi.
Israel's ambas-
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Friday
Rabbi Y, Levin, 77, Led Agudalh Israel
JERUSALEM [JTA) When
Rabbi Yitzhak Meir Levin, long-
time president of the Agudath Is-
r e] Movement in Israel and a
er of the Km ssei gince it
was formed, was buried here Sun-
day, his funeral was attended by
leading figures of Israel. Rabbi
Levin died Friday night at the age
of 77, at the Shaare Tzedek Hos-
pital, after collapsing during the
funeral of fellow Aguda leader
Raibbi Yasef Naftuli Stern Thurs-
day. Mourners at Rabbi Levin's
funeral included President Zalman
Shazar, Chief Rabbis Issar Yehuda
Untermun and Itzhak Nissim.
Knesset Speaker Reuben Barkatt.
members of the Supreme Court and
Cabinet ministers.
Born in Gur. Poland. Rabbi
Levin lied the German takeover
of Poland and came to Palestine in
1940. He was a signatory of Israel's
Declaration of Independence and a
Cabinet member until 1952, when
his party left the government coa-
lition. The party has remained in
the opposition ever since, continu-
ing its efforts to give Israel a more
-
.. ;. Dei tj Maj
i Ral t>i V >hu la M ii Ab
vitZ, ivho is next on the Agud
First Mass Screening
Of Tav-Sachs Carriers
I><>\
Services Held For
Rabbi J. Kaufman,
BB, Executive V-P
WASHINGTON, D.C. (JTAi
Funeral services were conducted
at Temple Sinai Sunday afternoon
for Rabbi Jay Kaufman, 52. execu-
tive vice-president of B'nai B'rith,
who died Thursday after an illness
of several months.
As executive director of the serv-
ice organization. Rabbi Kaufman
supervised special programs for
teenagers and collegians, vocation
al counseling and adult education,
civil rights and intergroup activi-
ties, civic and veterans' services,
public affairs programs and phi-
lanthropy.
Born in Cleveland, he was or-
dained by the Hebrew Union Col-
lege-Jewish Institute of Religion
and recently received an honor-
ary degree from that institution
two months ago. Rabbi Kaufman
was a founderof Presidents of Maj-
or American Jewish Organiza-
tions, chairman of the Jewish Edu-
cation Committee of the World
Conference of Jewish Organiza-
tions, a governor of the World
Union for Progressive Judaism and
chairman of its Committee on Is-
rael, vice president of the Union of
American Hebrew Congregations,
and a member of the boards of the
Synagogue Council of America, the
National Jewish Welfare Board
and the Zionist Organization of
America.
MEYER (MIKE), ":. "i 5161 Collins
Ave., M i- passed awaj Frlda) A
resident "f Miami Beach tor the
lust i'i> years, ha ni formerly "f
Chicago, ill. Tin- president of Ed-
ward Don and <',,.. a director "f
Temple Beth Shotom, P am a
member restaurant and hotel division of the
Miami Combined Jewish Appeal,
and :i member >>f the Covenant Ap-
peal >>f Chicago, Hay View Club.
tie is survived by his wife Eva
ltnht. two children Ronald and I>e-
dce Cohen. Alan Cohen, son-in-law.
three grandchildren, Stanley, How-
ard and Kenneth Cohen, two broth-
ers Reuben and Sam. Four sisters.
Pearl Sahath. Mildred DuBrow, Rose
ZwciKoron and Eva Marcus, brother
of the late Julius, David, Edward.
Ida Goldman and Sophie Field. Serv-
ice! ere held under the direction
of Riverside Memorial Chapel at
Temple Iteth Sholom, Sun-lay. Auk.
S. with entombment at Lakeside
Memorial Park. In lieu of flowers.
family requests contributions be
made to Mount Sinai Hospital Aux-
iliary Rememberance Fund, Miami
HAAS
FRED, 7.",. passed away July 87, a
r.-sldent of .Miami for the last lit
years, coming from Indianapolis,
in.I a member of Heth David Zion-
ist Organisation of America, CHE-
VHA Fellowship of Miami. Dads
County Association for Retarded,
and the Jewish Friendship Club of
Greater Miami Me is survived by
two daughters, Mrs l^-o Plotkin of
Miami and Mrs Hersehel Born-
stehi of Gary, Indiana, and eiRht
grandchildren Services were held
at Riverside. Douglas Road chapel,
with interment at Indianapolis
N.E.
N.E
M 1!
Me-
. ISS26
Leisure City. Rlver-
173?. Lennox
Jleui})
Jllemoria] Chapel
"JtWISH fUNA[ D/KfCIORS"
LOCAL ANO OUT OF STATE
ARRANGEMENTS
891-6444
13385 W. DIXIE HWV N.M.
kohl. Herman, 74. 150 SStli St,
MR. Riverside, Interment ml
Nebo.
OREHOSKY, Elisabeth, 7n. KM Wash-
ington Ave., MR Riverside
SAQUi, Bnwuuel I... 81, if. Blscayne
Blvd. Rlasherg.
WEINBERO, Alexander. "8, b17 Col-
lins Ave m B. Riverside.
WHEELER. William, 7". 2?49 Point
East Dr Riverside.
cohen. in:,i.,. :_ i22j s w lMll
st. Riverside, tntermeni Mt. Sinai
GROSSMAN, Hannah R. MM West
Ave Riverside
JAC0BSON, lio.-e ISOfl Collins Ave
Ml! Levitt.
RABIN. Harry. 7", s?.:. |0th St M H
I Hasher*.
SANDLER. Abraham, <;!. IT'.'?
169th St Riverside.
SILVERSTEIN. Esther. !<1. l.M
."end si Riverside.
SONZ. Fanny, SI, :.:,, ;.,h St.,
Riverside.
wortzel, Abraham, *:.. Ha
ridlan Ave m.B, Riverside.
BERNSTEIN. Samuel M
Harding Lam
side
COMRAS. Manuel. .,
Avs M.B. .Newman.
EICHEL. Claude Lazare. 34, 1140 S W
1-lst St. Cordon
ENERFIELD, Hyman I,, ., 1915
Washington Ave Riverside
FRANKEL, Miriam, 73, 1801 Collins
Ave Riverside,
Gaswirth. Aaron, il\ :::!:. uth st ,
M I! Hlasherg
GOLDSTEIN. Solomon. 7.1. '..1.(3 Hy
ron Ave., Surfside Gordon
KVJS. Florian. M, SS8 Lennox Ave.
M.B Riverside.
NITZBERG. Rose 80, 17",71 N" E 19th
Ave Riverside.
SILVERSTEIN. Anna, sj. Kr.fM. Ray
Rd, m n. Blaaberg. Interment ml
WOLF; Ella. 80, 1982 Marseille Dr.
Riverside.
MINTZ, Charles, y-. him. WashinKton
Ave., M.B. Gordon.
WOLF. Dr. Richard. 42. S.Vi IV 4'..th
St, Hialeah. Riverside. Interment
Mt. Neho.
DICKER. Ludwig, 85, 800 Washing.
_<>"i Ave.. MR Newman.
"t^BTltt SO'' "' WM K,H "3rd
GR,,.S,v Kmma- 7S- S3"' Alton Rd..
haVi'irtWmAS: '""-"nent Mt. Nebo.
Mi7T' Sa,lv- ** 2I>(" Collins Ave.
M.B. .Newman.
Hw.ZB^,?',J'm,.M' 3U Meridian
Ave MR. Riverside.
RK-ersid'e"8* L' 8' 71 Sun*' Dr
MITRANI, Sophie. 72, 213,1 WashiiiK-
M"sina|MR RW*r*>d< Interment
SCHROEDER. Albert Carl. 89. 421
Washington Ave. Riverside.
By JOSKPH POI.VKOFF
Blood samples were taken re-
cently from 1,280 men and h
of child-bcarini,' .me here at the
, Beth El Congregation's Temple
in nearby Bethesda. Md in the
world's first mass screening >:
possible carriers of the dread Tav-
Sachs disease. Another mas?
screening will be held at the
Jewish Social Service Agency in
I suburban Rockville. and a series
of five screenings has been set in
Baltimore.
Children born to Jewish parents
nf Eastern Euroi>ean origin are
its likeliest victims. While both
Jews and non-Jews can carry the
Tay-Sachs gene, the odds are ap-
proximately one in 30 of Jewish
men and women being carriers as
compared with one in 300 of non-
Jews, according to medical au-
thorities. About 8,000 of the quar-
ter of a million Jews living in the
Washington-Baltimore area are
carriers the JTA was informed,
are potential parents of a Tay-
Sachs child.
The medically historical screen-;
ings in Washington and Baltimore,
and between 100 and 200 couple91
arc currently unaware that they
are being conducted by the John
F. Kennedy Institute Tay-Sachs i
program of the John Hopkins Uni-I
versity Hospital in Baltimore un-,
der the direction of Dr. Michael
M. Kaback. The blood samples
taken are being analyzed under (
Dr. Kaback's supervision in the,
John Hopkins University Labora-,
tories. First results are expected J
to be known within a few weeks.
Those tested here were between I
18 and 45 years of age. Married}
Jewish couples made up virtually !
all of them, but individuals and i
partners in mixed marriages
also were encouraged to take the \
simple blood test than can iden-'
tify carriers.
The national capitol's Tay-Sachs i
Foundation is coordinating the ar-1
rangement for the W;ushington,
screenings. Formed about a year'
ago by eight couples after the;
lisease had struck down several
members of their families, the
Foundation's purpose is to pro-
mote better understanding of the
disease and help care for afflicted;
children. Dr. Kaback is its medi-
cal advisor.
The emphasis of this program
is to detect couples in which both!
members are carriers, so that they
can be helped to have normal chil-
dren. Dr, Robert S. Zeiger, a
Foundation director, explained.
Statistics show he added, that
three out of four of their births
will be normal. Through medical
processes, an affected fetus can
be detected and the families can
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Dr. Zei i ; U ,iie
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was Hi'' prototype tor
irogi ims il other types
> such as sickle cell anemia.
a severe blood affliction which ii
predominantly found among black
children in the United St.it. s
Mrs. Harold Gershow'.i/. who
with her husband helped organize
the Foundation of which he is now
the president, warmly praised the
cooperation of organizations anil
individuals in the "community-
wide assault on a killer."
"Everybody is very, very p]
with the turnout," Mrs. Gershowitz
told the JTA. "The cooix'ration ol
the community was absolutely
wonderful'' Various Jewish or-
ganizations such is the United
Jewish Appeal, the Jewish Soc il
Service Agency, the Service Guild,
which consists of women volun-
teers, th,' B'nai B'rith W
Hadassah, and many individuals
.t.s-ist.'.i. Mrs, Gershowitz sa I
Numerous synagogues used then-
regular mailings to their congre-
gants to notify them of the proj-
ect. The local news media also
helped spread knowledge of it The
Foundation itself prepared. pul>-
lished and distributed an illus-
trated brochure entitled Tay-
Sachs Facts: What Every Family
Should Know About This Child-
hood Killer."
According to authorities here.
Tay-Sachs disease was first de-
scribed in 18X1 by Dr. Warren Tay.
a British opthalmologist. and 1
un-.erted by Dr. Bernard S.uhs
in American neurologist. A bru-
tal killer of infant children which
strikes unsuspecting families. Tay-
.S;:chs w ati inherited genetic dis-
order causing destruction ut the
nervous system.
The affected child appears nor-
mal until it is about six months
old. but once the disease becomes
apparent, there is general and
rapid deterioration. The child be-
gins to lose all of his physical
skills, his jight, ami ability to
eat Mental retardation swiftly
follows the onset of the
winch i- caused by the ib
of i vital enzyme, and death
occurs hy or during the child's
third ye ir
At present there is said to be
little hope for a child afflicted
with Tay-Sachs. "The future, how-
ever, is not without promise." the
Foundation brochure said, point-
ing out that "recent medical dis-
coveries have vastly increased our
understanding of this disorder."
(d 1971 Jewish Telegraphic Agenev
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KAII. N'T. eth.rw -
be entered sgalnsl rou
Dated: August 6. 1 ; \i,.w
. ; Florida
E. B UEATHBRM vv
Clerk. Circuit C
By: C I* t't'i'KI \
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit f'ourt Seah
J08BPH I.ai .-ssi-::.
Attorney At Ijw
7: Si yboW Hldpj
Miami, Florida 3313:
Counsel for IVtlti'mer
Tel. 37t-i;7t
______________________I' KM
NOTICE UNDER ~~*
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERKHV HIVBX ON
thf undrrMfnied, deflrirtns I cage ia
business und.-r the fli t]ti..u- nua
of JOSEPH I> MINER i Job
PALMER at 1M!><> x K l^il Avens*
North Miami Beach. Florid
register said name, with :i cicrh '
the i 'Ircult Court of i., i u
Florida
JMSKI'H I> MINI
MICHAEL .1 i IETELMA
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5 1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE S COIBT
IN ANO FOR DADE COI NT\
FLORIDAIN PROBA-E
No. 71-2175
JOHN R. BLANTON
NOTICE OF PROBATE
In UK Estate of
MEYER FRANK
Deceased.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
. Tn ALL PERSONS INTKP.F.STE
IN THK ESTATE OP E v
DENT
Ynu are hereby ItOtKie '
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said Court and show can
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JUHX It BLANTO
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By; MEl BA C l'l
Clerl-
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STANLEY M PRED '
Pred and NewmanrAttomeyt
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J77-0ISI
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Firs' pul.li.ation of tin
"' nth day of Aurust, ISTT_________
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S C0U"
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV.
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
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Deceased
To All Creditors and All IV..- K,v
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You are hereby notified
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the estate of SADIK BECK decef
ate ,,f Dade County. Florida to *
i Count* Judgea of Dade Coui I '
j file the same in duplirate and *
I provided In Section 733 16.
Statutes. In their offices in th- Coin-
y Courthouse In Dade Com Fl :
Ida. within six calendar montl
the time of the first puhlua: in her*-
of. or the same w ill be barred
Dated at MlamJ. Florida, this ta
day of August. A D. 1971.
DONAt.Ii S BECK. AND
EU1NK BECK IttlDIN
As Executors
First publication of tl i- I "
the 13th dai of Ausust, l71
GEORGE GILBERT
Attorney for Executors
One JJncoln Road BulldinK
Miami Reach. Florida .,
l/il-:o-:i '
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
the undersigned, desiring to "*Tl
in business under the fictitious n"!
of APARTMEXT LOCATOR SbK^
ICB at 10903 Xorth Kendall I*"";
Miami, Fla. intends to register "
name with the Clerk of the irv"u'
Court of Dade County Florida
BCRTOX SIBOEL .
_ _______________8.13-^ *.*!*.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVt-.N ^
the undersisned desiring U) '""z1,,
in buainess under the fictlnou- n?,a-
of MARSHAI.l. 7.1'CKEH, M M" ,.
SHAI.I. 7.FCKER. M.D.. P-^-pi
ti30 Alton Road. Miami Reach, r
and at Suite ni. I ISO N ,
Street. Miami. Pla. Intends W IffEZ.
said names with the Clerk of they:
cult Court of Dade County, Fl" ,
S MARSHALL ZUCKER, M D. r*
SPARBER. ZEMEU KOSKIN 4
HEILBROXNBR PA
Attorneys for applicant
1W!vr HTWtyne Boulevard
Miami. Fla. ,..*-*


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SOUTH DADE REAITT, INC.
WATERWAY LOT IN RICHARD GARDEN ESTATES
2.6 acres with 233 (eel on water X 498 24 feet deep.
Low tax. Nice site tor onl/ $7 500.
Tony Harmon. Associate 235-3131
H
A. L. Baldock, president of the J. T.
3aker Chemical Company, a sub-divi-
tion of Hichardson-Merrell, a Cincin-
-.ati-based pharmaceutical complex,
-igns agreement with Mrs. Max
Schenk. president of Hadassah. for the
.ghts to a cancer diagnostic test de-
veloped by Dr. Chloe Tal (standing),
immunologist at the Hadassah-He-
brew University Medicai Center in
Ein Karem, Jerusalem. The test shows
promise for the early detection of
cancer.
liar Will Visi' Family In Surfside
- mbuls hi tin l 'usso\ r ti stival
lasl April. Hei n search, part of
r..|, :.. ; l'l at
,.korn an a I7-yi ar-oltl s paduo f Hie Hi '' C< l S I' vial
who will begin hi i I n \i i m> of Greater
. fall and who has [-ompleted u
KEYSTONE POINT WATERFRONT Ltss than 2 years old Boat Dock
Central air heat. Spacious beautitul rooms under cool insulated Bahama
tile root Foyer entry, 15 x 25' living room, separate dining room, tamily
room w large blt-m bar next to dream kitchen with all modern con-
veniences. Separate laundry room Screened Fla. porch lo concrete patio
& boat dock. Divided plan 4 BR. 3 baths (Master BR 15 x 16' w spacious
walk-in closet, ultra modern bath) 78 x 125' lot 2 car garage S85.000
Shown by appointment only to qualilied purchaser Can 945-6543.
CARL K BOYER, REALTOR
15152 N.E. 6th AVENUE
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
PHONE: 945-6543
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in S
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ACTION SAVINGS!.. SAVE 26c
Lk Jl
TIDE
LAUNDRY 1
DETERGENT I
49-OZ. GIANT BOX
49
LIMIT ONE BOX
PLEASE OTHER
PURCHASES CF
CS7 OR MORE
EXCLUDING
CIGARETTES
QUICK ACTION! GREAT SAVINGS!
TOP U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN
CHUCK
STEAK
OR
ROAST
WAGNER
FARMER GRAY-TOP QUALITY
QUART
BOTTLE
ORANGE. GRAPE-GRAPEfRUIT
PINEAPPLE GRAPEFRUIT
FAMILY FAVOR'6
Sacramento Tomato Juice
Save 4c C~E: S~- ~s
Beef Ravioli......
Chef Boy-Ar-Dee Lasagne tS 79c
Elbow Macaroni...............L pkgs o I
BONUS SPECIAL! SAVE 80c
ITALIAN SWISS CCLONY STANDARD DRY
TABLE
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; as
40 c:
;-s
4: oi
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43c
79c
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GALLON
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3
99
2 *i2 27'
WINES
AU FLAVORS
Royal Puddings
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Bennett's Chili Sauce ? 37c
AU .'AB.E- ES S"i SED
Heinz Baby Foods 6 53c
CPOSS 'iC
King Oscar Sardines
CAS
45
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MIDGET n-oz
SALAMICHUB
AMERICAN 'OShER
Sauerkraut ..................
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Borden's American Singles c 85c
WISCONSIN
Baby Gouda Cheese...........kg. 45c
55c
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REODI-WHIP OLD FASHION
Whipped Cream.................can 59c
FOOD
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ROLL
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CORNED BEEF
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Beef Cibe Steak S................ls.$m
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Fryer Roasting Chickens........? 39:
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Fryer Breasts with Ribs..........lb. 69c
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Fryer Whole Legs...................Le 69c
WESTEs SE.: "" ::r
Sliced Beef Liver ..................u 69
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Jonjen's Cream Cheese IKV
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COFFEE RICH
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16-OZ.
CARTONS
HEAT --- ERVE- FROZEN
Fried Fish Cakes.................2PKG: RQc
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dler' To Premiere In
fidan Thealre Dee. 14
! ">r win have
1^1 Vliimi Beach
: I at the Sheri-
j T -nefll pcrform-
|tt; iltn's world pre-
on Novembei
n n ional smash
'artier Pro-
I i and directed
Av uii winner Nor-
stars Topol as
ire will b.' re-
9 Ish >w attraction by
in entertainment
tnerica Corp. Lo-
in I is! summer
(' I in city ol
Zagreb with an Internationa] cast.
AJw Starring, aw. X..1-IX-. '>w- Leonard Fr. y, M illy Picon and
Paul M .nn.
Originally presented by Harold
Prince on Brodway in September,
1964, "Fiddlir on the Roof has
since been produced in 25 countries
before audiences totaling some
"(l million, and is till going strong
in New York and overseas.
The story of Tevye and his five
unmarried daughters unfolds to
the music of Jerry Rock, with lyr-
ics bj Sheldon Harnlek. John
' ns Is the musical director
nd Tom Abbott is choreographer.
Concert Violinist Isaac Stern is
!IS the "fiddler on the root."
What s Coobin
d
Bv KI Til SIKKis
TBBia
m quur.t pavilion overlooking a small lake in Copenhagen
a restaurant that is world famous for its smorgasbord
Mche> Ii is manaKed by a Jewish man. Adam Siesbye. who
Hie great granddaughter of the founder of the business.
ke ot the restaurant is Oskar Davidsen.
Bsat: Mists ITS sandwiches that can bo served on four kinds of
ye. white, sour and crisp* which brings the total number
pOO! The ltat is printed in English aixl Danish and also
the order form for the kitchen.
banted that the Danish sandwich or the SMORRE-
^ they call it, is a piece of art. You start with a small
Htn square slice of bread, and spread it generously with
butter i ., m f,,t. as the case may be. Thoy say there is
utel> nothing edible which cannot be used for smorrebrod,
t flah. meat, vegetables and eggs are the major ingredients.
Bate aandu iclu-s are usually cold and light, and lend themselves
, toa sum- .th-Ii.
FrOn. ti long list we chose number 137 parboiled egg
Mtth ren-.o.;. i le. and this gives its a chance to show how basic
kWknt. can taste and look completely different.
TARBOII.KD VAUi SANDWICH WITH RKMOIXADE
Ftor four sandwiches, use four parboiled eggs. (The term "par-
^B^descrii^'d the state of the egg half-way between sott and
foiled). Boil the eggs 6-7 minutes and cool under running
Peel The eggs will have firm white and the yolk will be
BloUt.
re a remoulade, using:
One cup stiff mayonnaise
One tbls. prepared mustard
One tbls. pickled capers
One-half medium pickle, chopped very fine
One tbls. snipped parsley
One tsp. tarragon
x all tile ingredients thoroughly.
assemble the sandwich, spread the bread generously with
le >.iuee. Slice the "parboiled" eggs with a sharp knife
ngi- the slices on the bread. Garnish with more remoulade,
and pickles.
Tevye (Topol) wonders what it
would be like to have money.
Alone in the barn, he sings "If
I were A Rich Man" in a scene
from "Fiddler on the Roof."
SOCIAL BRIEFS
Henry and Jenny Norton, long
active in Jewish organizations, are
celebrating ihi ir 25th wedding an-
niveisary in the Holy Land. Their
Simcha was increased by the
presence of relatives whom they
ha\e noi seen in many years. H
their enthusiastic reports are any
criterion, they surely will be re-
turning before another 25 years
has passed.
ft a
Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Mandel of
1250 SW 17th St. celebrated theii
33rd wedding anniversary by visit-
ing their daughter and son-in-law.
former Miami residents Faye and
Jerome Cohen, and grandchildren.
Miriam Pesa and David Aaron, in
Kansas City, Mo. While they were
there, Faye and Jerome, who is
director of Curriculum at the St.
Luke's Hospital School of Nursing
and Adjunct Professor of Soci-
ology at the University of Kansas,
hasted a reception in their honor.
The Mandels. who also visited
their relatives in Chicago. 111., are
looking forward to the Cohens
visit, planned for December.
a ft ft
Mr. and Mrs. Boull Weld of
Brooklyn. N.Y., who have alter-
nated their visits between Israel
and Miami Beach for the past 20
yt ars. are spending their two-
month vacation at the Sterling
Hotel this year. The Welds, who
are active in Mi/rachi and in the
field of Jewish education, have
been entertained by local residents
including Mr. and Mrs. Alfred
Stone. Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Braf-
man. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kck-
enthal and Mr. and Mrs. Jules
Lieber.
FOR SALE
TWO CEMETERY PLOTS
MT. NEBO CEMETERY
For information call Mr.
371-3732
Fried
Meets To Opening
Office In Geneva
IALHM iJTA) For-
ter Abba Eban has re-
rae-1 s objections to fe-
lls of the Swiss gov-
to permit opening of a
Liberation Organiza-
fce in Geneva. The re-
Bl Initial protest, made
a, indicated, apparently
ly, thai the office was
Tied by Kl Fatah, larg-
Arai) terrorists groups.
Is in unbrella organi-
the guerrilla groups.
(H -t was made to
less, the Swiss envoy
[reporti-dly reminded the
t by their own admis-
Pl>"> and its subsidiary
i : responsible for
Hckii .;. >f civilian air-
Kt V'i" lor acts of ter-
^nd ii'.urder in neutral
B in', lor various other
[violations of interne-
The envoy was said
?eplied that the Swiss
Tit li.id not yet taken
Iston on the PI.O re-
matter will he pur-
er by Arye Levavl,
bass idor to Swit/er-
ftled the initial protest
REGISTER NOW
FOR FALL '71
Pre-school, Nursery, Kindergarten
Elementary Gradea 1 thru 6
Superior Academic Program
Limited Enrollment Small Classes
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Miami Beach residents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Zitner, who have
dedicated themselves to helping children in need, proved
their dedication by presenting a check for S50.000 to the
Isrcel Histadrut Council of South Florida to establish a
Children's Home in Israel recently. Histadrut director Ed-
ward Tumarcff (left) shows the check to Morris Newmark,
Histadrut treasurer, and Mrs. Newmark (right). ^^_____
Shapiro Featured Speaker
At Palm Beach Convention
< .,. .] b Sh ipiro, e cutive Hi- "ill covei the art of word usage.
: Linen Supply Association
I America, Miami Beach, will be
l>! v\ KEISERMAN
.. g m il Mr. and M -
Stanley Keiscrman, celebrat Bar Mit\ cah at Tempi* Tifereth
Israel Saturday,
Aw:. 7.
The celebrant,
whose father Is
a specialist in
fighting drug
abuse i" the
* United States,
came here re-
cently from New
York. Ho ll Ml
rolU'd at John
F. Kennedy High
school where he
servos on the
student patrol, and has helped
supervise and direct the day camp
program this summer. He plays
clarinet, trumpet and drums, and
la a top teen in bowline.
'
r.i.AlK BOMBEBG
Blair, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Eugene Somberg of Coral Gables,
will be called to the Torah as a
Bar Mitzvah during the worship
services al T< mple Judea Satur-
day, Aug. 14.
Summer Social Set
s Baj ITacrH Club
i ol
.,. | Chapter ol the < hil-
R i Institute
1TK1 H npital "t O^wvr. The pri-
vate dinner and dance for
members and their friends wiU
11.
Ore"
H I
a 1:1 .1. integi
cl nical and ":l,,
the c ius
which asthm I

Dean Keiserman
lairmen of the Convi
Martha Parrish, Palm Beach Lk'e,
Donal I T. Smith, Linen Supply
Miami Beach, have de-
nial and novel busi-
i.ii around
the then I tde is

p '
I

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- an I | pectivi
nd the
tions may be
made bj "i"1 Holiday
.v ,,i s Ocean Blvd., Palm
Hadassah Group Meets
The I. R. Goodman Group of Ha-
dassah will hold its first meeting
ol the season at s p.m. Monday in
the American Savings Bank. Alton
and Lincoln Roads. Several films,
,[ the featured speakers at including the Chagall Windows at
the Aug. 12-14 Florida MagazineL^ .t(1;is.;,h Mc Association (onvention in Palm
rusalem, and another sponsored by
I: istem Airlines, will Ix1 featured.
Mr. Shapiro is an uuthonH on I .if. Member awards will also he
general semantics, and his talk, presented. Lillian Goodman is
entitled "What's the Good Word"" president
SAMUU B. SHAPIRO
Medley Finals At Flagler
Eight of the nation top k n-
, .^ s; oo 1 si
it Flagler dog ti
"i"!i, > will be con-
lie 5 !"
the 7 16
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et o Irtish
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SOUTH DADE
HEBREW ACADEMY
South Dade Hebrew Academy
Now Has
Limited Registration Open
Grades First Thru 6th
Complete & Exciting
PROGRAM IN HEBREW AND ENGLISH
High Standards Fully Accredited
Branch Of
MIAMI BEACH
HEBREW ACADEMY
Transportation Available
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.
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THROUGH JULY
Marilyn Segal, PhJ). Director
33S1 College Avenue
Fort Lauderdaie, Florida 33314
Telephone (305) 583-6185


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