The Jewish Floridian

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

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

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

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Combining THt JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WIEKIY
Volume 44 Number 3
__ Miami,_Florida Friday. January 15, 1971
Two Ssc'.icns Pric? 23c
invni'1 Avcvdvs To Arabs' HvmandM
Borders Acceptable First Stage Topic
JERUSALEM UTA" Israel is willing to accede to the Arab request to
discuss territorial borders at an early stage in the Jan-inn talks, provided the
Arab governments expressly declare their readiness to conclude a permanent
peace past, the Jewish Telegraphic Agency has learned from a very reliable
source. This proposal was the main subject of the conferences between Am-
lassador Gunnar V. Jarring, the United Nations special Mideast mediator, with
Premier Golda Meir and Foreign Minister Abba Eban. The Swedish diplomat
flew to Israel last Friday accompained by Israeli Ambassador Yosef Tekoah
and his own advisor. Ian Berendson, at Eban's invitation. Before his departure
Monday, L)r. Jarring said h:s talks had been "useful and valuable for the future.*'
Israeli willingnesseven on a conditional basisto discus.-* future
border?, in the initial stages of the negotiations is a departure from previous
rolicy. inasmuch a.s she has ben Insisting that the topic must follow agree-
ment on all other M?ectB of a Kettlcment. Mrs. Meir and Eban presented
to Dr. Jarring a lint of MM subjects tin"} are. willing to discuss in Uie
Bxvt *ta?e> of the talks without Arab declarations of intention to sek
peace. The iwibjects are: the character of the peacr to be concluded; the
nature of the ^e.ice treaties; priori nlcs of secure borders, without their
-" .;is. being drawn yet; demilitarised /ones: Arab refugees; freedom of
navigation through the *>ue7. (anal ami the strait of Tiran. and exchanges
of prisoners. The two Israeli leaders also made it clear to I>r. Jarring
that the) see his main t:tsk as getting the parties together for talks.
Mrs. Mi ir spoke of the "danger" that would result if Egypt sought a
cial Security Council meeting t" pressure Israel to withdraw from the
occup'cd Arab areas. Her remark left room for speculation that such a Council
meeting could presage a breakdown of the peace talks. It was noted that while
two high-ranking officia's Dr. Yaacov Herzog, director general of the Premier's
office, and Gideon Rafael, director general of the Foreign Ministry and two
subordinate officials joined Mrs. Meir and Eban in the weekend consultations.
Depu'y Premier Yigal Allon and Defense Minister Moshe Dayan were absent.
No reason was announced, hut a source close to Dayan s lid the general did not
want to be associated with the consultations in case they were unsuccessful.
The source added that every one of Ambassador Tekoah's major moves hence-
forth must first be cleared with Jerusalem, thus giving Dayan an oportunity
ta influence the Arab-Israeli talks without being too closely associated
with them.
Close Watch Maintained As 'We Will Not Surrender An Inch
Jordan Combat Intensifies Of Egypt's Territory/ Sadat Says
By special Report
JERUSALEM Israels de-
fense forces maintained a close
watch on developments in North
Jordan this week as fighting
between Palestine guerrillas and
the Jordanian army increased in
intensity.
The level of combat was the"
most extensive since the 11-day
civil war which took place last
September, but casualty figures
were uncertain. Battles centered
ply routes w Inch the
ts utilize ii. going
to and 1 m bast s in Sj 111,
In Jordan's capital of Amman,
there was intermittent small
arms tin- in spite ol repeated
ceasefire announcements. Ac-
cording t-> Amman Radio, a
Iruce-keeping committee headed
i>> Egyptian officials was con-
tinuing its efforts to ead the
righting.
The Jordanian army appeal
to In the tern rist forces within its
borders and is matting for a
total crackdown, reliable sources
reported. Clashes between King
Hussein's army and the Pales-
tine guerrillas erupted on Fri-
day and heavy fighting has been
reported in the Jerash area
north of Amman. Palestinians
reportedly have abaivloned the
refugee camp in that area and
many reportedly have fled to-
ward Israeli held territories in
s. arch of safety.
The position ol the terrorists
in Jordan is rapidly deteriorat-
ing. Hanged against them are
not onlv Hussein's army, but
the peasants living in the tihor
< anal area along the northern
Ionian valley, who have been
supplied with arms by the Jor-
danian government, In addition,
rain his turned the terrain into
a muddy sea. Isolating tie ter-
rorists in Jordan from direct
contact with Lebanon. Their
morale is said to be at a low ebb.
1 u ('entral Committee of the
Palestine guerrilla organizations
which includes 10 major
groups has appealed to Arab
- ol state to intervene and
halt what the Committee terms
"the conspiracy to liquidate the
Palestine revolution." The ap-
peal, broadcast by the Commit-
tee's radio in Amman, was re-
broadcast by Damascus radio.
WASHINGTON tJTAi Pres-
ident Anwar Sadat of Egypt
said in a filmed interview with
Walter Cronkite aired Sunday
on CBS-TV'S Face the Nation."
that he would withstand Pales-
tinian demands for the destruc-
tion ol Isra I
In his first television inter-
view for broadcast in a fon jn
country since he became Presi-
dent Mr, Sadat reiterated the
i Igyptian position that Isi u I
must withdraw to the pre-Six-
Day War born larii -. We will
not sum n l< i one inch ol
land The Palestinian n t -
gees have a right to their homi -
l>i ael is tin ir land,
th ir fathei land," he d< clared.
Asked bj the CBS News re-
porter wild her his endorsement
ol Israeli existence under cer-
tain conditions would be accept-
able to the Palestinians whose
rights ie also upholds, Mr. Sadat
replied: "The> have a right to
accuse me, attack me, but this
is a fact."
Mr. Sadat also stated. "If
there is no practical solution by
I'nited Nations mediator Gun-
nar V. Jarring by Feb. 3. we
shall not continue the cease-
fire." He added: "Even if the
problem is settled, we shall have
war after five years. Israel
wants expansion. It dreams of
prophecies of land from the Nile
to the Euphrates."
Mr. Sadat praised the Soviets'
role in Egypt and charged that
the I'nited States was a party to
"Israeli expansionism." He told
Mr. Cronkite: "President John-
Con't. on Page ISA
Second Leningrad Trial
Postponed Indefinitely
NEW YORK (JTA1 \ I
ingi a I military ti ibunal has
il down a l0-> ii isi 'ii
si t< nee to Lt. Wolf Zalmai
it was learned tl The
31 yi ar-ol I J< wish army officer
a id i ngim i r fro i Ftii i was
cou-.t martialed on charges of
treason and desertion for alleg-
edly participating in the last
Jim's attempt to hijack a So-
viet airliner.
Eleven other persons who
at Smolny Airport were tried
wen- arrested With him June 15
separately anil received severe
sentences. Zalmanson, whose
military status gained him a scp-
News Briefs
Americans' Safety Threatened
\ NEW YORK (WNS) ^The Soviet Union's threat that the
' actions of "Zionist extremists" in the I'nited States make it
questionable" that the safety of Americans in the Soviet Union
could be guaranteed was denounced by both American government
and Jewish Spokesmen. Government spokesmen denied Russian
charges that the United States was "conniving at violence" against
Soviet citizens and institutions in America; Jewish spokesmen
called Semitic policies ami the trials of Jews in the Soviet Union."
French Policy Change?
PARIS iJTAi President Georges Pompidou has told news-
men that a Middle Eastern peace must be "full and complete"
and must not mean a return to the situation as it existed prior
to the Six-Day War. as this would mean the danger of renewed
hostilities." He also implied that peace meant a resumption of
dilpometk relations between Israel and the Arabs. Later, in speak-
in- to diplomats. Pompidou, who angered world Jewry ia-t spring
When he refused to deliver 50 Mirage jets Israel had ihv., |y paid
for. was especially warm to Israeli Ambassador Asher Ben-Nathan,
telling him "Shalom, Shalom this is my wish to you and Israel."
His statements and attitude elicited speculation in political circles
here of a possible change in Prance's policy toward Israel.
sIWF To Hear Senators
NEW YORK iJTAi U. S. Senators Hubert H. Humphrey
and Robert Taft Jr., will deliver principal addresses at the Na-
tional Assembly of the Jewish National Fund, which will convene
her." Sunday, Herman L. Woisman, president of the Fund has
announced. More than 1,000 delegates from all parts of the nation
are expected to attend the two-day convocation, which will mark
the 7Cth anniversary of the establishment of the Jewish National
Fund. Both senators are expected to present their first major
Statements on American-Israel re! itions, since their election to
office last month.
Red Cross Visits POWs
JERUSALEM (JTA> Defense Minister Moshe Dayan dis-
closed in the Knesset last week that Egypt permitted represen-
tatives of the International Red Cross to visit all Israeli prisoners
of war in Egyptian custody, in compliance with international law.
Replying to questions from the floor. Dayan said that General
Headquarters of the Israeli armed forces was in constant touch
With the IRC representatives here on matters relating to the ap-
plication of the 1949 Geneva Convention on POWs and that the
Foreign Ministry was maintaining contact with the Internal
Committee of the Rod Cross In Geneva
arate tiial, i scaped the ri '
sentence i* ca ise s. iviel
itits did ruit mant to i k
othi r public outcry, intoi
SOUrc< s said.
The trial of nine addition i
.lews which gol under way in
Leningrad Jan. K was nnexpect-
ly hailed after only 10 minutes.
The reasons for its sudden ter-
mination baffled and intrigued
observers of the soviet scene. It
was reported that court official*
had blamed the postponement
on the illness of one defendant,
hut Jewbh sources said it was
uncertain whether the trial bad
actually been postponed or it
the move was a ruse to enable
the government to conduct the
trial in secrecy.
The Leningrad 9. who have
been charged with failing to re-
port what they knew about the
hijacking attempt to Soviet au-
thorities and are also accused of
anti-Soviet and pro-Zionist ac-
tivities, reportedly were forced
to confess while in prison await-
ing trial. It was also reported
that the defendants would "con-
fess" in court, before the public
and foreign press.
Allan Rise, assistant national
din ctor of the Canadian Jew la -
Congress, was asked to assess
the motives behind the tri il -
postponement or cancellation
"The Soviet Union is deeplv I
barrassed by world public reac-
tion," Mr. Rose replied, "partic-
ularly from Communist par;-, -
around the world. The Soviet
leaders cannot claim to be '. I I-
ers of the Third World Str
for Anti-Racialism and Ai '
Colonialism when the Jews
the Soviet Union are kept i i
bondage."


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Jeniit nrrkff.tr
Friday, January 15, 1571
Forman Local Delegate J". ^|!|
& Part Ot CCC Series
To CJFWF Institute
Robert P. Forman, executive di-
ctor of the Greater Miami Jew*
-i Federation, was one of 50
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Dr. Sandor Blum. Family Coun-
selor now affiliated with ths Miami
Counselling Center and tho Hillel l
House of tho University of Miami,
will speak on "Trie Breakdown in I
lowish Family Life" at Temple
Beth Sholom. 4144 Chase Avenue,
Miami Beach, Sunday at 10:38 a.m.
His lecture is part of Beth Shot*
onlfc "Coffee, Culture and Con-
wrs.itinn" series, according to an
announcement mad.- by James S.
Knonke. ehiirman of t!ie temple's
CCC program.
Dr. Blum received his Manatee's
degree in Social Service from Bos-1
1 ton University in 1934. During his,
training, he was placed In the,
Newton, Mass., public school sys-
tem ami the Fam Ij Service Asso-
ciation of Boston. Following hi*
c impl in if the requirements for
i m ster's di '' Blum loined
the s ol ilv Fam'ly Service
lion W i] coster, M iss.,
. :.... 1 .
ipisl "' > -
In .1 i of
. > ii
ri
ROBERT P. FORMAN
22 major
- it th
ist ; on n
N.Y., ui :) r tl a i-
; C iiirtcil of Je
I \\ e Fund
Mr. Forman was ch til man ol
e ol the n i >i sslons ol the
wo-day institute. The session on
Patterns foi Unifying Agency
Services" was aimed at identify-
ng new patterns for delivery of
immunity service in order to
otter respond to new needs or
rises situations .mi ols i mghl
i break through the organi/a-
ui l :.-! \-'\ in order t" devel >n
loser i imv. ork i m ing i
\ of ncv tnd ex-
.n this Ciel
i inalyzed.
iter Mil"' Jew ih F !-
atkm is the n itlon
hat m ki r ii ; s ibl for !!i
mis cios s i". iiv: the I
Jewish community t > achiev i th
! lals and their corn-
non obiecl ives. Th F del ition
ii nates, pi 'us, finances an i
tt the net ve ce ter thro igh
. hteh nil these can
I aether 11 help Jews every-
where. It he'-is its local a>--.i -I -
ij establ shing eonvnunie itlon
ttmels and by eliminating! dun-
lication of services and expenses.
The Federation's local benefici-
ary agencies include B'nai B-'rith
Vouth Organization Miami; Bur-
eau of Jewish Education; College
of Jewish Studies; CommunityI
i'ha;;'mincy Service, Community ;
Relations Committee; Cuban Kef-'
Ugees Special Services; Hebrew
Academy; Hillel -University of
Miami; Immigration and Natural-1
Ization Service of National Coun-
cil of Jewish Women; Israel Youth j
Affairs Program; Planning Com-
mittee on Jewish Education R"-
search Grant; Jewish Family &
Children's Service; Jewish voca-
tional Service; Jewish Home for
the Aged; Mount Sinai Hospital;
Refugee Resettlement p igram
I the YM-YWHA of Create]
Miami.
FasceU Request Is
'Being Considered'
Rep. B F 11 I: Fl i.
I |
Affairs J I '
\ has 1
iat Whin i! i
I .
n i's ...
formation Soviel na\ l
I' i
He was ai hat tl Pi
nt h i~ as :e I the igenc* c in-
to n lew tii information
ovi led to the Sub-Committee
with a view to declassifying as
much of it as t> issible "consist >nt
with requirements of national
security."
"While the details are still el,is- ~
hy the Administration." R p 8am I uscoe Speaker
i
M '
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Chug
[vri Leelure
S muei ''.' 'M a ill lecture on
The U 'g ".' P
when I [vri, the No i S
Heb ip of Miami
Beach m :- Kl W dnes I ty, al
2 par. in the Blue R >om of Tem-
ple M : : ih, 620 75th St. M
' ich.
II si .t.->!. 'there is no doubt
In mv mind thit the Soviets were
! to establish a -
facility for thi .. nuclear submar-
ines an l their crews in Cienfuegos
Paj "
San Pascoc will !* the
speaker al Mi m la> 's 1 p.m
ing ot Lincoln Chapter 1288, B'nai
B'lith Women, in the 100 Lit.....It
R iad i 'lub Room, I [is topic will I*
'Problems of Ti dav's Youth."

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WITHOUT SPENDING A DIME!
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Won't you help the Home today by contributing
items for resale at the Thrift Shop?
Do you have furniture, appliances, bedding,
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Douglas Gardens has serious financial needs,
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to maintain its !rq!t qualify care. May w count
on your support?
Just phone 696-2101 and arrange fcr our truck
to pick up your merchandise.
And remember contributions to the Thiift
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The Douglas Gardens family residents.
Board and staff thank you.
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Ellianan Segal To Speak
\\ Hisfadrul Luncheon
; ,-,* Southeast i n
i i .,d:fr rf irline will -.
EIHANAK SEGAL
i day ;il a luncheon in 111' offices
,.| ii Israel Histadrul Foundatl i
. Lincoln Road Building, Miami
r. :i '. Plans w ill bi mappi d a
ii ... ssion for tin' sixth annual
n :i Vfid-Winter Confi n i <
ni the Histadrul Foundation, schi -
\ for the Fontaim blcau Hotel
i 15-17.
Friday's luncheon also will mark
i .Ms! anniversary of Mr. Segal's
!.- ration with El Al. tho nation-
al ah lino <>f Israel, which was
f lunded shortly before he Joined
the firm Jan. L5. \9^<\ when the
Stale of Israel was loss thai) two
yo.es old.
\ i ompan comm
Isi i dui ng the
lence,
i which
hi,
if thi Rev n i i, I i
ivhich rn-
l
prc-1967 Israel.
His i \ ci v Itl I \; has taken
him in major as IIrus-
si Is. Amsterdam and i ignc as
well .i- dutj in Tel A\ [v. Mr. Segal,
who also Berved l.l Al in London,
Teheran and Bombay, now directs
Kl Al sales and operations in all
Florida and other Southern states
from his headquarters in Miami
Beach.
The Histadrul Foundation sup-
ports the lons-ranpe medical,
educational, cultural, welfare and
religious programs of the Histadrul
in Israel, including a nationwide
Hi twoi k "t 18 hospitals and more
than 1.000 medical centi i nd
.-liiu-is.
More than 1,000 i from
the United Stati Latin
America and Israi i are expecti d
to take part in the February Mid-
Winter Conferei
Secretary Of State
Is Principal Speaker
Principal speaker for the annual
installation dinner to be held by
the Biscayne Democratic Club at
tho Algiers Hotel Sunday evening.
Jan. 21. will be Florida's Secretary
of State. Richard Stone. John
Movie, chairman of the State
Democratic Executive Committee.
will be installing officer; master
of ceremonies will be Larry King.
South Florida's Congressmen,
Claude Pepper and Dante 15. Fas-
cell. Miami Beach Mayor Jay
Dermer, Metropolitan Dade Coun-
ty's newly-elected Mayor Steve
Clark, and Arden M. Siegendorf,
p.wly appointed to the MiamiCity
Commission, are among those ex-
pi cted to lie pri .sent.
Dr. Lehrman Appointed To
While House Conference
1 >:\ I-
firsl vice | nl The S\ > At that time, 1
i '. ;,
I | e ei, i i v.l- tr It
House Conference on /

'Mi
mi
' WTl! 'fM~'tti*m'"- "
once, In eet inn in W -
5 been called \ W dt -- nary |
Feb. ".. by Willis W. Atwell, low-up meetii
ooordinal for the Conferei.....n lions taken > t< deral lepartmenl
and ajjei i I he n c mmend
- made bj the or ginal confei
Dr. Lehrrmn was informed thai .. .. ... ,
ence. to consider .Tin n.es b
dutinu the preliminary one-day
meeting the entire group will meet state '""' ,oca] governments, pri-
for a morning session and then vate sectors, and to receive a n
separate into "task forces" at the port on efforts undertaken bj th
afternoon session. Dr. Lehrman f()(Hi industi'y,
has been asked to gnrve on the, __
i task force concerned with the1
Whited (iiH'st Speaker
Miami Herald columnist Chark
spir tual ell-belng of the
The various sections will pre-
sent their recommendations for
the conference at another meeting, Whited will be guest -
, |unche n i i 'ting ol the Sis-
t> rhood
,iii .
,, Washington t, attend 'be fol- "' w'dl '"' a1 "'
low-up meeting of the White Home temple, I fJ NTS 19th S
,, F.....I. Nutrition and "ons n
I h ^ch will be held on Fri- <
): i 5 ser p<\ c "' .
planned for Marc.
Dr. 1 ehrman. who wi
Feigin Is Released
After .J Weeks hi
Mental liistitiition
rJKW VT.K (JTA1 Grische
I i igin
From his 1 's
i n'.i ,i in a tin ntal institu-
pr
... iains1 thi S \ iel Uniot
ti-Ji w:sh : i licit s. "as
rhursda; the Jewish
-, |< .hi. <1
b s ire s.
Feigini who held the rank of
1 r in the St I armed forct B
curing World War II. returned
f decorations he had been
awarded for his wartime serv-
ice to Soviet officials last spring
along with a letter explaining
his reason*;. The letter was pub-
bsh.-d Stay 7 in the Chicago
Tribune
1 .sat-December, an ambulance
arrived t Feigin's home and
several male nurses emerged.
They foxcrd the former officer
into the ambulance which took
him tt> "Psychiatric Hospital 15."
where he reportedly was told
that "normal people do not re-
turn Soviet medals."
There was no formal an-
nouncement about his incarcer-
ation, and similarly none was
made about his release.
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ay Januarv 15, 1271
Number 3
13 TEVETH
Moscow's Secret Pact With Egypt
World Jewry is united in its belief that constant vigil-
ance, protest, even demonstration, is needed to save the
Jews of the Soviet Union. The circumstances are such
that escape from Russia for most of those who desire it is
impossible. Only a fortunate few are permitted to emi-
grate.
It has now been established that Moscow made a
secret agreement with Cairo, soon after the Six-Day War.
It promised never to allow a mass emigration of Jews to
Israel because the Egyptians feared that Russia's three
million Jews would odd the kind of strength to that nation
which would be impossible to dislodge.
Such a commitment was not difficult for the Soviets to
make since the policy of Communist states is to discourage
emigration of its people in any case. If anything can de-
scribe the failure of the Communist experiment it is this
virtual enslavement of the worker who, in many cases, re-
quires an internal passport and, only rarely is allowed
to leave the country.
Because of this, the only hope of the Russian Jew is
for the rest of the world to keep the spotlight on the situa-
tion so that the brave Jews fighting for their lives there are
not left alone in the dark prison camp that is the Soviet
Union.
What with I
and tl nitwit- M
biast. tl tidfipiioi
. 4W im;K>r1
, -f-'-f -y >-- **"**+'
d issues i if our 1

thing 1
. Vmeric
I in G
. 20's and
| s 5 it has i
in re< nt yi ars.
,., i......lugmi iii
-- .-on I
"the Distinguished Pro
at H inter C >1-
th v rk T
n '
I, "a pluralistic, hiei
fascism."
JDL Infected With 'Hoodlumism'
The results of mindless violence for the Jews of Amer-
ica are summed up in an article which appeared in the
Miami Herald last Sunday. "Jewish groups, headed by an
organization which calls itself the Jewish Defense League,
have staged protests against what they regard as anti-
Semitic feeling in the Soviet Union," it stated.
To identify the extremist JDL with the legitimate and
peaceful protests of major Jewish organizations is poor
reporting and editing, but that is only one of the conse-
quences of the irresponsibility of this group of fanatics. Of
more serious import is the damage they are doing to the
hopes of the Jews of Russia for quiet emiaration from the
Soviet or for easing of the policy which has denied them
their full rights as citizens of that country.
It is axiomatic that violence breeds repression, if not
counter-violence, as a practical matter. If those who mas-
querade as Jews cannot qrasp the obvious fact that their
acts of violence are morally unacceptable in our tradition,
their sick minds must be made to understand that their
conduct has no support within the Jewish community.
Organized originally to "protect" Jews in the large cities
from acts of violence by hoodlums, the Jewi-h Defense
Lecgue has been infected by the very same hoodlumism
and, like any infected body, must be isolated from our
midst.
"Neither .1 ws
nor bis
would ch sen sc ipe its." is
the comparatively good news
Prof. Gross off;>'s. "Over- atten-
tion to geneous society w hi! 1 hardly
meet cost-etfectiveness stanl-
ards," he went on I since Amer-
ican totalitarianism would h
., ... ,..i, Ms"i on a tr< hno-
cratic ideology that, presum
is ethnic-Wind and color-blind i
it is always difficult fir
me to dispute the I n I n -
opinions of listinguish i p i-
pie, .i c iH> pr -< rs, in t'<"
somewhat flimsy basis of s >me
m iterial read or heard in a nar-
row context. I try to convince
myself that the kind of | -
I hear over radio gtati 'ti WKAT
repres snt a special breed of ani-
mal. Peoole who make tele-
phone calis and. for the most
part, have no hesitation in air-
i- dice, a'--- i:i many iv I' '
thos w ho m ike obsc 'ne cal'a

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I-, ,d '
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fai ~:'-
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too sn tNT-klWl tufl
l ,, as we hea.l toward 1 ta'it
ianism f we l ':i
': ptat'on.
I .. ..,', |o i h ird to i
The >ec IS H I i n pro-
(ectii tag Bstaste I f Hi w I -
-Ivr.v w a ii re-ent hearni? on
the Jewish question which, ap-
parently, w is explored for < v-
eral hours th it day alter on1
,-. ,,., i tie mam, nderin |
out loud ibo it .-ill the fuss ov r
.,, ne Jev b*ing c >' 'I.....';1 '
,i,. ith in R ?. a-'c I th i --
tPners to think hart ah mi why
jows h o H-en "picked on"
,.\, .n the \
THER"? '' '"y" '""
. .. i v iisp s >i irl thin
most t'" iple -"" tlssv are n
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: ll.....il w'vtm 'ii! -d
hv statin ''"' M ;'> I '''''
ih :..-: "bett r '" -'
ren'ly more "une**i I" i I
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fault of th.' .' *s but sine t*i >
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. in charp h id HTe kr >wli I
and Intelligence to h i lie the
:,. in sin h i wa> il lh< y
w-ou'd ,i" iru'v ediicattotni The
md White" |>r^;ri!ii on
the sanv station nn-SyM-iy
pate of i wa>
i iw .o \ this ideal:
h< the absi nc^ of sense
lility on th part of
. station m inaq I
.., ., t thai i ,''"! i for oui
ea is t i "'''
,.-< i- Sill 1
tii it thev could make --
... m:sttiforn I in ai
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MATTER OF FACT
by JOSEPH ALSOP
WASHINGTON One thing
is pretty certain about 1971. It
will be a year of decision, prob-
nbly more nortentous tban any
in recent times, including the
year of the Cuban missile crisis
and the year of American Inter-
vention on the ground in Viet-
nam.
Before the year is over, the
outcome In Vietnam will pretty
certainly be c'ea-ly knowable.
There, th. outlook i- -, hope-
ful that the people who hav
prated Bbo"t an "unwinnable
m ar" w'll be u s- to stai I pon-
dering their explanations after-
the-fact.
Before the year is ovt r how-
ever, the outcome in tv M >'. lie
Fifty Years Of Service
The growth cf Greater Miami is reflected in many
ways, in the history of the Jewish family and Children's
Service as it brings to a close 50 years of commitment to
the Jewish community. The chronological story of its name
changes tells a good deal, in itself, cf the develoo-nent of
one cf the largest Jewish communities in the country.
JFCS. which only came into its present name in 1959.
began in 1920 as the United Jewish Aid Association. It
became the Jewish Welfare Bureau in 192G. and the Jewish
Family Service in 1955. It has pioneeied in Vocational
Service, Homemaker Service and Child Care along the
way to its present status as an outstanding community
agency which is looking forward to a second 50 years of
service to Greater Miami.
East is also likely to be knowi
Th -re, the outlook is grtan bi
yond description at th" moment
Menee 1971 can too tasil) "< n
mi mbered as the year when th -
weary world again pissed I
a DOStM il to ,i prewar SitUSt
YOU CAM aifue about tl
omenl when it
! after World War I
about whether it was when H:!
(occupied the Rhini n '
without resistance or when th<
harsh resulting eballengc n
with no adequate response fi"
Britain or Prance or anyorv
!-' At any rate, it was a .1
trai it Ami it will be '
: if it ;s ll] iu.'d t i happ
n for its nature '-v tl
even's bee "iie all but i i
tn.ii ihle after the transition ha-
... ui .i
The kanger exista be a w I
So\i, Ll and their At lb clli I '
e ictivels preparing to b
li Niaelis to their knees or t
ti them altogether. S
Israel is the only nation in
mediately threatem-d. then
t, ndency m manv quart
Washington to talk about Isr
i" Just the way people in Brit
ain and Kranre talked about Ui
h ".|,\ (/,.-hoslo\ak: i '
Munich agreement.
THE isiuklis. it i- s lid
unre ISOnable, arrogant and
have no right to hold the land
th,"- '-on In 19",7; and so on Bi
on There is some justice in se>
eral of these complaints. Yet tti
ill n truth is that for the tlnv
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Max Lerner
Sees It
NEW YORK When dictator regime* commute death sen-
tences, it suggests that world opinion is not the ineffectual phan-
tom that skeptics have taken it to be. I expected the Franco
commutation ol the Basque death sentences because of the
shakiness of hi-, regime, but I confess that I thought the Soviets
too rigid to bend with the wind of world opinion on the Leningrad
s 'ntenccs.
The decisi ins for clemency and by the Soviet Supreme Court
i important events in the movement toward some sort of world
c insolence and consensus. Quite aside from the question of guilt
and innocence thej sugg at a new emerging force whose potency
i -ars no relation to its lack of hard pow
"How m >n> divisions has the Pope?" .1' set Stalin once asked
is
H nan> divisions docs world opinion have? None. But it
i lout n met lvle.-s.

to
EVEB SINCE Machiavelli we have been aware of the idea
of power, but we are only now rediscovering what we should have
learned from Voltaire and Thomas Jcffersinthe power of the
i a. If the world has become i global metropolis, and if the
wielders of power in Moscow and Madrid can no longer be indif-
ferent to voices raised in global press rooms and universities.
there may someday be hope even for a world policing force against
r.uclear weapons, brought into being by the world conscience.
There is a danger, however, that the uproar over the severity
o the sentences will deafen as to the equally crucial issue of the
political nature of the trials themselves. The denunciation of the
Purgos trial and sentences and of the Angela Davis arrest by the
Soviet press is one ot the richer jests of history.
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CONFIRMING the Leningrad ard Burgos trials, and the
.Angela Davis case, and lor good measure the three arrested in the
Pierre Laport) killing in Canada, one has to ask what is a |>oliti-
Cal 'rial and what are tile tests by which one will recognize it?
Principle Number One: Where an act is clearly a civil crime.
the fact that ii is committed by someone involved in a political
S ruggle doesn't make it only a politcal offense and therefore a
non-crime. This :- clear in the Canadian case, where a provin-
i- ai minis! r w is .^i Inappcd and murdered by men who felt that
tae : justified the killing.
.'
.
IN THE SPANISH CASK, the B n vement tor auto-
nomy has far greater support than the Quebec movement, yet
i, the defi ndants did, in fact, kill the intelligence officer they
could not expect to cm.jiv -. ma' tort of punishment.
In the Ang< la Davis .-rest, .he fact tint she is a black and
avowed Communist should have nothing to do with her guilt
or Innocence on the charge of the gun-buying and its linkage
with the courtroom kidnapping and deaths.
* ft
IN THE LENINGRAD CASK, the defendants confessed their
h jacking plan. and they had to expect some penalties.
Principle Number Two: Where someone involved in political
Struggle is Iving tried, there i-. an obligation to lean backward in
. ing lb. lefendants a fair trial. Ideally, this should mean a
civilian rathci than military trial and with an impartial judge
a id i

THE BLACK PANTHER TRIAL New Haven is an in-
; re duti
gie. The Bu > ti Hilary and in
(Tie Lei \
but there is i the press

On only Andrei Sak porl to the
the Court.' any news of the arguments.
and onlj irtane nuclear physicist made his daring
-hie.
Finallj Principale Number Three: Even if the trial has not
n framed, and has been fair, an >v. r.-evvre penalty may !*-
tr.iy its political intent. This was true in the Burgos trial, where
the death sentence 'including several double ones) gave away
the military's desire for a crackdown on the Basques and perhaps
en for a lever ag tins! Fr: ooo himself.
a ft
IT was TRUE of the Leningra i sentenc is, which were
ant not just to punish an offense, which was a very slight one.
i ie- .in-1 possibly goaded by a spy-provocateur. The\ were
' tei the whole captive Jewish population of Russia
n an end io further rcqv tolsrai
plea to America to gh i
Da the l ighl to make the pie i. and
ii : three princ oles ai th< t t of a fair, n u ;
ti i.ii many An
Newmarks Will
Receive Award
of Israel for many decades, have cated two orphans horn, one
been selected to receive the State' for boys and one tor gins '
oT taSTSdl Award. Known Jerusalem as well as foundingUj
throughout the United states and i Ban School tor Handicapped &m
Israel for their generosity to many ren In Givataim.
Israeli institutions. Mr. and Mrs.
Newmark Will be honored at the
annual Labor
Pioneer Wonu..
which will take place on ; sent to America by his patents at
Morris Newmark. the youngest
,r Zionist-Farband and ol ten children of the Chief Rabbi
lien Israel Dinner of I of an area in the Ukraine, WM (
State,
Saturday. Feb. 6. at the Fontaine-
bleau Hotel.
Plans for the annual event were
to lie completed at a breakfast
meeting of the commitee ol hosts
Thursday at the Algiers Hotel.
Heading the committee are Dr.
Leon Kronish. honorary dinner
chairman; Moe Levin, chairman;
Harriet Green, chairman. Pioneer
Women; Joseph Zuckerman, May-
shic Friedberg ard Bernard Gin-
gold, cochairmen; and Sam Fein-
stein, Trustee of Israel.
Mr. ard Mrs. Newmark have
gained national recognition for
their philanthropic endeavors in
behalf of many Israeli institutions.
particularly those in the field of
medical aid and education. They
lust became interested in aiding
the hospital program sponsor..! by
Histadrut through Kupat Cholim
a number of years ago when they
i saw the benefits for themselves.
Mr. and Mrs. Newmark helped
' to build and later dedicated five
medical climes and a synagogue in
, Israel through the Kupat Cholim.
! Medical clinics bearing their names
include the facility in the Givat-
Kliyahu section of Tel Aviv, one
in Ashkelon, another in the
Romema see!ion of Jerusalem and
still another in Bat Yam Ramat-
Hanassi. Thej also built and dedi-
cated a synagogue in the Bet Avot
; for the Aged in Holon.
Mr. and Mrs. Newmark have
! the age of 16 to rescue him from
the Russian pogroms ol 1906. He
and Mrs. Newmark married when
he was twenty, ard together thej
worked on a farm; later thej
op. rated a gl IC : y store in Wis
vviiieh subsequently be-
came a department store.
In 19."..".. th >' made their first
visit to what w is then Pali stii e
Thi y remained six months with
[the thought of making Palestine
their permanent residence. As a
result of Arab terrorism, however
an orange grove in which they had
Invested was destroyed, and they
decided to return to the United
States.
MR. and MM. MORtlS NEWMARK
Mr. and Mrs.
came to Miami
have one daught
Kesselmin. and
Newmark who
Beach in 1935,
r. Mis. William
one grandson.
Michael. Throughout their .wars
of residence here, they have given
leadership to many organizations
and institutions. Mrs. Newmark is
active in Hadassah, of which she
is a III. member, the Jewish Na-
tional Fund and the Jewish Home
for the Aged. She is also a life
member ol B'nai B'rith Women.
Mr. N.vvmark. a leader of the
Israel Histadrut ol Greater Miami
and the Great, r Miami Is.ael Pond
Organization, is also active in
B'nai B'rith, the Zionist Organiza-
tion ot America and thi Jewish
National Fund. He built thi Tk* -
Hotel and opera!, d it for 25 yi ars
'
Loval Radicals Outnumber
Uncommitted, Study Shows
Jewish peels on campus."
WASHINGTON (JTA1 A|
B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation's j
study on Jewish activities on C m-
pus reports that students who de-|
fine themselves as "radical Jews"
youths who thought anti-estab-
lishment remain "ethnically con-
scious and committed" far out-
number Jewish radicals who dis-
v any ties or loyalties to tra-
ditional Jewish causes. And wh
this new ;>. -. merged breed mly
alinn- it- II on the politi il I
It S SI '" .-!--

,.,,-. if Far Left


Th
i
ssistant i p
I i B'm B'rith B
Go v e rnors. tl
esl public bo ly, at its inn tal m
ing here, stated that > iui
leal Je.vs" and their activism
protest demonstration-, in support
of Israel and Soviet Jewry and
demands for Jewish studies pro-
grans in college curt ieula arc
a minority among American and
Canadian Jewish college -indents.
but added: "They more and more
reflect the sentiments and new
consciousness of many of their
non-marching and non-protesting
"The study showed that while a
small but voc il group of alienated
Jewish radicals "judge and con-
demn Jewish values in terns of
Far Left philosophies" those who
radical about their Jewishness
'judge the political Left in terms
of ii- stands on Jewish issix -
This positive-minded element is
imp..; i< Hi w .th what I Is as
tactics esl
Ji a sh i lions and insl I
' : I Up '
IUl
vouth

the Jew
...
.

A sin i' was offered at a
5 in .i .' ish ac-
tivist who laid thai
orient! d Jew ish youths havi
"shocked, disappointed and d .- :
led" by the anti-Israel and
anti-Jewish posit >m of Far Left
movements. Carl Gcrshman, 27-
year-old cochairman of the Youth
Committee for Peace In the Mid-
dle Past, said these hostile atti-
tudes have convinced a number
of Jewish youths that Jews have'
nobody to depend upon but them-
selves He urged Jewish youth who
identify with progressive Jewish
traditions not them.elves
Hsttikvilirifii.tor MaM. tnm, ,h'' non"Jewkh campus cm-,
tiaiik\uiH.liapm meets munitybut instead seek a coalition
Hatikvah Chapter No 114 nues such as Israel with
B'rith Women will m liberal center' on cam; .
' ml for-
ROUfT M. FfTI
Fite Chairman Of
"71 U-F Campaign
Robert H Kite, vice chalrmai
of the Bo ird of Florida Power
Light Co., ha> accepted the eta r-
n i sh ; il the 1971 United Fun I
of D e C inty i peJgn, Vit '
Ho, executive director of the
U-F, has innounc
l" i, (ins volui 1 Ins
si i .i,-. io the Dade Count) Vi I
| 1 for the |>.,st gavel al yi ai -.
. : campa pi Vk I e..air-
in 1968 .md 1989; he a is
cd Executive progi an d
in 19G7, Unit chairman in
and 1963, and Section cl air-
in 1964.
Durii.: the 1971 U-F camp n
the ('oral Gables resident will
ai chairman of the corporate
and employee pledging activities
if the United Fund in beha.f ol
the 43 Dade County agencies w lich
it financially supports.
James L, Knight, chairman of
the bind of the Miami Herald
he- again iccepted chairmanship
of the Special gifts and Founda-
- Committee for the 1971
has been announced
Kni ireviouslj I
:' eneral n rman
; ,....,.:
i ch
B rd
i durii the 170
Dr. 1 Bei
i '.'. ton i
,v I A tioi who
tin irci pte I In .....h ;
Latin Amerte in A :
imitti '. ii is sen ^l as c i
man of the committee sine 1967
and w is committee cochairman in
\ Ml -ii Beach resident, he
h is also nerved as director of tin
Health Planning Oouncl a-l >'
th' Greater Miami Coalition.

k, Lincoln and Alton
Roads, M M !' ij
Berkowitz will
nix Over The G llilee" Mis
r will de
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lookin | stud -nti who i
iritj Mi Get
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such ..
the B ie p
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FORMS AVAILABLE
Postmaster K. M. Duniap
announces that Federal li -
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the residents of the Ore itl
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Friday. January 15. 1971
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Colonel Guest Speaker At
Temple Sinai Bond Event
i' lella, Deputy I Wei Office He has carried out major
a: ": Ihe Israel nenl projects in converting
will be the guest Sherman tanks into n ire modern
h cli and h is also modernized
Patti n i lass I i ks and Centurion
in Sui np u :n of 1958
Col ur.il vat es| ins BV
for the capturt of El Arish. During
*h^WMrWTn^pendenc*TO*r\Mc1
in the N' following active
dutj In the H inah and with the
Jewish brigade ol the British Army
in Italy during World War II. and
is .i graduate of Technion, Isr iel's
Institute of Technology in Haifa.
and the Mikve Israel Agricultural
School.
A special program of entertain-
ment will feature Lew Norman,
dramatist, actoi and theatrical
Droduccr, who is also a popular!
humorist and raconteur. Mr. Nor-|
man's oni'-ma-i performances at
Carnegie and Town Halls won j
Titical and popular acclaim, and
he has appeared in numerous the-
itivs, supper clubs and hotels in
ill parts of the United Slates and
Canada, as well as on various radio
programs In both countries.
A veteran of the Yiddish Art
Theatre, Mr. Norman won the
Show Business magazine Achieve-
ment Award for his performance
in the role of "Biff" in the Yid-
i version of "Death of a Sales-
man."' He has a'so acted al tin
Mansfield and Ziegfield Theatres
n New York, and was ihe producer
f the Br dway show "Salem
Story." which won the M ixwell
Vnd son Aw a I pi.....ntcd by
nford Univorsitj
Nominees Voted In
By 1500 Men's Club
Kmanuel Mcntz was unanimous
ly reelected to a sixth term as
president of the l.">00 Men's Clul
dui Ing a i ea nl
Morton Towers
[monuel Menfi
COL DAVID SHU
ppfpjwr it trie Temple Sinai-Is-
r.tel "Dinner of State, Tuesday eve-
n:n4, at the Fontainebleau Hotel.
a'cC'T**nK 'o an announcement
mHc by Snmuol Bloom, dinn."
ohHifman: and Lawrence Ztm,
temple pres dent who is serving as
honorary dinner chairman.
Col. ScWu "ill confer th" State
of I-iiel Shalom Award ujwn
Ka'.iM Ralph P. Kingsley, spiritual
leader of Temple Sinai, on this
pcc&ion The dinner, which will
Jv^-jp fit ~\!ii p m. in the Fontain
Rmrfi will he |'iv 'led by a re-
ccpitnn nn Col. Sell is honor host
ed.ity HaSW an 1 Mrs. Kingsley.
C~?i"HC'l:; ': '" '' '
tkui! S''M- mth
mp-fVVwi-t ii' i -
m i : lt< th
: \ nj R 'search
meeting in thi
Restaurant. Tin
Club's Nominal
""%. ing Commmitti
had s ibmitl
. slate in which
w'^fYjiir^ there were n<
. coi te ing nom-
inations al llii
I X./.I nshni1 iHMf<
~o only on<
balli t was east
for each of thi
nami s on Ihe
ro iter, which in- ,
eluded officers
directors and al-
ternate directors. Judge Meyer I.
Cherkas, program chairman, in-
troduced the guest speaker, Robert
W. Sylvester. Ph.D., after the
election formalities.
The slate includes, in addition to
Mr. Mcntz, M. Max Hiller. Abe
Steinberg. Morris Grauer and Jo-
seph Goodman, vice presidents;
Alex Sohmer. treasurer; Louis
Kohn. financial secretary; M. Max
Hiller. corresponding secretary,
and Joseph Goodman, recording
secretary.
The club's 1971 board of direc-
tors includes Louis Aronson. Hy-
nian Herkman. Hen Cann, Jerry
Cohen. Monte Cohen, Dr. Oscar J.
Cowen, Alex Forman. Louis Grief-
er, F. Godwin. Nat Kinslinger, Ju-
lius Krawitz, Irving Lubin, Max
Marin, Jack Meyrowitz, Sam Nor-
keen, Samuel Seaman, Irving Sil-
ver. Arthur Smith. Abe Solosko,
David stem and Joseph Stern.
David Hersh, Louis Herzlich,
Robert Litt, Sam Rudick, Ralph
Smith and Sam Stern were named
l I gi : \ e as alternate directors.
JCSSPH P. ZUCKEPMAN
Joseph Z^ckerman
Elected Ferbend
GJA-IE? Chairman
:
. Un in Gi
hell l i
i" .....' i
. .:u .)< u ish Fi del iti
i^'Tl i cmbini d J< wish Appeal-Is-
. > Fun I ampai ;n
elected Joseph P, '/
chai n of 1 lie Farl ind i 'JA
mittee, and
a SHCinl luneiron vvbieli will
. >iu da Ke\ .-. i the Algi-
rs Hotel on bchall ol the 1971
* J.'; .;' ilriA s
PrjiM r iflng in the planning
..'. 11 >. n I 'in. I iert-
i' i' 'ii'.. ;. M;r. K 'Hun in. Sylvia
Zuckerman", Jack l-'ilnaof, Honna
Yesorr. OUa Gottlieb. Joseph
Zucltermnn, Shmurl Bonehek, na-
tional ,'nsuient yf Fartfusd Labor
Zionists. a\AntX'RAimti:ol(l. from
the UnjtyiLjJqurifh A|>|eul office in
Ne\J Yo:i;.
A'>. Betmtrd Gingokl, Israel
i-'ii. it i Abe Rappaport, Hany
Kamii er. Mayshie Friedlx-rg. Jack
I'rayii Ian. Morris Orensteln, Lest-
er liig' Imun. Jerome Yeancr, Sol
Rosenberg, Sam Borke, Oscar
Sha] Iro M< pasha Keidstein. Leon
Rett|g, Julius Nadel. Sender M.
Kaplan and Sender Wilson.
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April 7 from Miami ami Now York
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P:xge 8-A
*Jewish rhrldHan
Friday, January 15, 1971
Local Leaders Are
Reelected By JDC
A number of Greater Miami Jew-
ish community leaders have boon
t sen to serve on the Board of
Direct >rs of the Joint D stribu-
Uon C immittee, L tula Br >id >, JDC
i n has ann iun< e '. The i lec-
tion I >n!< place at ; >rg iniza-
1 '. hi 5W i am a ting
i- New Y..ik C
S m .1 H Im in
1 n wi re reelecti <1 I > the bo ird,
Othei loc il community lead
still jervir out inex
pired ti rms in the B ar l of Di-
rect >rs i SI li y Lefc iu 1 Stan-
l y C M e -. I", ert Ru
\." ill im D. Sin
M B .!'. N i irk bus
i .-. and c i le I r. was
l sixth tern h lan;
< vied for a sixth 1 Fl i
c i; and San icl I Ha ler
\ reeli rted i : 'cut>
, n of the JDC. J 'k D. Wei-
I : Mew V k i< elect d to a
fifth i c i ir n n of th ;: ''
.' Nochem
S. Winnet of Philadelphia was re-
eled I vice chairman of the
C incil.
JDC Nation Co u e nbers
from thr Miami ide Mrs
Burton R. Levey, Mrs. .1 ick Katz-
i Mrs. J r :< m s Richard
Hellmaii Speaker
At Four \^ inds
id i Hellman, x :'ive di-
rt : : ol thi Conl (nee of Presi-
(' :.ts of main' A::ioncan Jew is!:
D. Levy S im i I. Adler and Ste-
phen Muss.
[n addition to the election of
s, the delegates to JDCs
mnual ;-1' d a budget
,| $2 vJ ef and r--
labll to more th in 300,-
10 t. -. Jews in <>> than 25
count;!' s >'. as. This includes
emergency aid to thousands of
Jewish refugees In Europe, and
.) m s in N irth Afi ica, as
number of
tged a >; >| I new c
to Israel. JDC re -iv s the b ilk
>f ii- the campaigns
.; the I nited 'V ;-'i Appeal.
Crvstal House Event %
1V
Scheduled For Jan. 25 j
Florida's Gcv. Rubin Askew
issued a Proclamation declaring
Jan. 11-18 "Na lonal Council ol
Jewish Women Week." Women
concerned about the needs of
Iheir community are invited to
join the Greater Miami Section.
The Miami oflice is located at
1317 Biscayne Blvd.
DR. IMM KRONiSH
Dr. Kronish Giles
At Seaceast Towers
Breakfast Event
I >r. La ". Kionish spiritu
er of ';' p Beth Sh in
issoc at in i n m o
thi li 71 Coml ned J wish A]
Israel I y Fund c n\
will b< the rue*t i i at th
CJA-IEF reakfas
the Seac >ast Tow. rs East S
Jan. 24.
William n and Josi ph
Cchen, eh m if tti ;
Towi rs East CJA-IEF i im i it
ti e, h i" i announ I th it the
fast event rill be hi Id in
tho Cham] ign Room of Si i -'
I it I" a.m
T wers CJA-IEF Com
mit ; e men rs im lud N
ns S
L. Belt I A. Brown. Lou
IT. D irsky. il rr>
!:. Frank i. Ben Gill r, is ph A.
J ,; ick I irei
Juli s A :: wit Fai H
R I ;- I' i B
E. Liepshut Daniel Lift r, M ir is
!).;._ Pi
N -" -
yR.S5Colof.Davi:!
Stem. H A
Han
r an i : : Zaretsky,
sidei ''' '
H0ll ti ': pn parin
Monl
half of the
;
Ion i 19"! Ca "isb Ap
. [.Is .... Fund cim-
: .;. who is i
Vend i nte of G
David Ben-
... ., m n and Othei
... ,s.;; | e the guest
pi .
I ost .....
..,. ,-: \-ll-.K Com-
.-. t to fina '
. ,.. : .'i pm pvi nt.
vhich i b ': n the C
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ley Saltzman Mm IV.
5 iwa "U and Mn S;n
3 I, Jr.
v i
if the G
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. | v in en 'i
P CJ\-IEF id.ires

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11 the format
if thi -
Serving >. '' cha
f th Men's D on ire M ix
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Crvstal !1
JA-IEf

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Mrs. H : : He *< h
3 H \fi Mix Kis
l\ Jewish Orrranuuhon
Critirize Nixon Action
Eight national Jew is
tions, both religious a d c
have criticized Presidk I Nfai
creation of the "Pane ,n N
public Education" as r- etti <
"assumption that it i- ipprop .
, i ., ". crnmenl to f '. w <\ i
. i-opei l ;'"
The organizations portend th.t'
.;i, h !......Mil Bid t > l.'iclli.il
h i ils i- '" th r co it onal
d inal it tl-.a. ae-
wledged cultle I by
: -h.v)' nUSl
tilt
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the '
the A -" "
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B'rith, ( ':.-.: Can! tnee of
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I'.S.A., Nat n il i
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Hebrew C -; nd
1 if A
Rally, Prayer Meeting
!:ai ; St ranrzi I
md l ra'.lv prayi i
nootii strat
, gy,
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- -and by
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Jan. 31, on 1 the
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Ben Essen CJA-IEF
Breakfast Speaker
promi
is cha
H
nenl I il
irm in the
ise i ttvi ti in
Kuharry, Mrs. Ida Leitor,
Mrs Fran I Jnsky, Mrs. Fi itzi
n ind Harold Luberg.
'. Casper Marl s, \l s, S inia
Solomon Metrick, Daniel
Vewman, Jack P i I n
R ner, Horn oe I Lost an, Mrs. Frie-
da S('.) ri.: .:. .i ick S I
S:l stein, Isa lore S nith
Steii...... Milton S
J i S i .. Mis. i- mnj
1 n sh's, M s. Arth-ir TroiM r
- Wa sermi n, Philip Wolf and
Max W II; iwitz.

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,.f t 1071 Combii I Ap-
ppi' : i ''' ney Fund ca n-
i ii in, '.11 bo ih gu si speaker
3Un 11 Ian. 24. at the B
PI V| -ni>' CJA-IEF break-
tut :. ing.
:,;. ;h w 11 in i an I Fa 'k S.
!'i i :' uM-
( \-IKF :an lign r< poi I
ih il ov.'i- 150 ,.. i i \
perl i I i
IV' I ''' Vp
wh.ch will be hoM in the Ri
ton .: ill ai 20 Is! nd Ave.
Mi Hartston and Mr. P
als > ,..,..,.. j .- ., 0f
t!>. P !:i CJ V-IEF
an.' Oahinel
birhi PS Ah
I>. \ : s n nel B C h n
A I 'l' .:-v Fa I m
C]:\~ :' Fi it Im in. Mrs.
K:> \ > h n 3
n the Co
trv includ S il Atiin, Mrs, 1
Bi Davi I F i Ch I. I
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P r-. Give!, R
i.' Louis G iti m
I id Id, Philip
' rs. ., i.
aen .'-.i.. Bci
Beth Raphael Will
Install 71 Officers
! B< '] !'..>' bael and its
' : >" ib will Install the 1971
at the anndal
latl n dim* r rhi dull d foi i
S n i ning, J in 31, in tin
ixauvilli !I tel, it !,..!s i' en an
d A full slati of ofl
ind I < ard mi ml''', s of both or-
itii i s will he swci n in.
Harrj R nthal wi'l take th<
a .i o ffii as pn sidi nt of the
W i J. Schuse!
1 ,- i ities as : n sidenl
Mi i '- Club.
; |Sil
b. S Engi
in I hit lias been ar- '
Bei rd Fox, h s
of the < v. i;;.
\ : ni t local as
. .i- i i id '.' lals
pd itatior.s to I
- Mr Fox rc| ort I.
s for t!
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the n i '
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Finalizing plans for Temple Menorah's second annual Com-
bined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund dinner dance
to be held Jan. 24. at the Fontainebleau Hotel, (from left)
David Kloiman, Mrs. Kleiman, chairman of Ccmmi!t:ee of
Hosts; Mrs. Alfred Golden and Mr. Goiden, who will emcee
the program.
Island Terrace CJA-IEF Event
Th<- residi nts of Island Terrace
will hold their annual brei
mi til Sunday, F< b. 14, on be-
half of the ll|Tl Combined Jewish
Appeal-Israel Emer :. nc
I iter Miami
'. .. ; : I
Dr. Ea^l Herron, chairman of
the Is'.ai ri Tei rac CJ V-IEF Com-
nittee, li.:s announced the forma-
lon of ;. co nmitt e to m >'.; ar-
rangemt nts for the il a.m I > i
which will be held in the B !!
Plaza Apartments Restaurant, 20
Island Av<.. M imi Be ich,
A pi .' n ng :' ''! ol '
land Ti v d CJA-IEF committee
si t for [*hurs lay. Jan.
28. ('omn ttee m >mhei include
Mrs. M >n is Breg n, Arthur Fi '-
". Fred G til u I Wil n I
Mrs. Lillian Hasan, Louis I."\>-
Ii Beat M -rsel, S
Sam Si itlin an I M s
Sam '.'.. '.
DR. EARL HCRRON
Mansbachs Will Be
Temple Menorah's
Guests Of Honor
The i >nd innual Temp
r ih dinnei lance on behalf oJ
1971 Comb ned lewish Appe -:--
rael Imei cj Fund can i
will I !>! I Sun i ij evening
24th, .ii the Fontainebleau Ho
H h I) en announced.
Mr ind Mrs I "avid K.
!. i i to nmil
H ists; Alfre i 1 ldi n ill
-tniwt-r <>f "iM-in'wrt^s
evening, which ill also :
Col mel V i Talmor of I
Israel 11 : I "oi i..... as
-: aker.
R ibbi ": lyer Abramo
.! : .' Oil Ml
inno'ineed th < sele :tion
1 M-. and Mrs. .1 >se| h Mansha h
the of honor al I
mp! innual event, one
.i mportunt in its
nd ir.
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^JmistncrldHar)
Friday, January 15, 197i
a Him mm ..... ..iwotmmhbmmhi iiWi
\77ie /v.ibti ^pealta J-rom J lie f^ulpit
:.... mi ......n.
. .KiMkoa
Exodus Has New Urgency
Question
Box
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Shemos
Rafcbi iffffe
Bj !)!:. P \Mi EL /.. JAFFE
Ti nple l' :ii El, Hollywood
T rd x :
m i ,. es up in the mln I the his-
iMnit forefathers
from the slave-
rj 4 Egypt. In
m i r e r e c p n I
II recall
the "ill
Jewish vess '.. s i
named, which
sought to run
t h British
blockade and
brins the hun-
dtt ds of home-
i, a i refu teoB
fleeing Hitler to
Palestine in the
days of the mandate rule.
Today "Exodus" takes on a new
urgency becauso of the poignant
drama being played-out behind
the Iron Curtain Involving almost
three million Jews who are caught
in the vise of oppression. The
pli-ht of Soviet Jewry, heightened
in recant weeks by the infamous
Russian staged "show trials." rem-
iniscent of the Stalin Era when
the Jewish intellectuals were
purged, agonizes the heart
The charges alleged against our
brethren for major crimes, which
has already resulted in severe sen-
tences, is but a machination of
the Kremlin in Us nefarious pol-
icy ni repression of its Jews. This
is but a n< fesl ition o!
Russian anti-Si autism
to crush the v ill
Jews who
h identity and th i-
to live as J -.
the p isl fi '
,- :- rev -' t ces li i' e
. i ais l behind the Iron Cur-
1 iin : rotesting :;- denial of
righi to em'.g We h .< c me
to know through firsthand U
mony of the reprisals that have
b on them
:heir o :i. 'i hi j have suf-
i as 'i empl lym <
their homes have been searched,
> many
! i trs Th ir orilj
r thej sou freedom.
These intr< i i l people were fully
iwnre >>f the burden and suffer-
\ might be forced to en-
dure because of their actions. Yet,
they d ired raise the banner of
rcedom. They have sounded the
sne'enl c'.arion call first prodaim-
sl ir. Egypt over .'to centuries ago,
I.. i M> People Go."
It is imperative that American
Jewry broadcast that call in full
voice that it may resound in the
hearts of freedom-loving people
and bestir the conscience of the
world. That call dare not lie mu-
ted, nor its sound diminished until
world opinion mounts to an outcry
of Hitraw and indignation that the
bonds that fetter Soviet Jewry lie
broken and they that walk in
darkness see i new light of free-
dom.
Thus, "Exodus," the second
Book of Moses which we begin
reading th:s week, takes on a
oew dimension of relevancv, urg-
ncy and challenge in our own
time,
J
CANDLEtlGHT.NG IHM
13 TEVETH 5:31
\nti-\ l> Education
[!ainpajgii Launched
Me the B'nai 11 I h
throui i it the
i rl in an i
\ 'ii -
Si uarl Slutzm in
nal president in I
i P iril sky, pr >g n \ ce
n >uh< I
The anti-VD dri\i Is part of
BBYA's social action programs.
The l'.' through 29-yi ar-old mem-
'ati in, Ith ell ip-
"- I States, C inadu
Latin An
. pr ij-
'v -.-. leader-
,.., md Jewish dies.
It.\ RABBI SAMUEL J, POK
\\'ii> is the o'.' arvsatce of the
BaMtath > tanged tr a while
Uei sunset on Saturday ii^Ut
!>:; uii a wliile Jioonfir !>e*ITe
infKi I on Friday afternoon*
UoT:' sources iM iUi!ta V,,'iro'
m that tie- procedure Is based
on t i vi rses in the Bibl '. In one
of th tw i sets of the ten com-
ivandiiienis tlv Bible wr.ti-s "He-
member the Sabbath." This would
indicate that one should have the
Sabbath in mind before it actually
arrives. The other verse in the
other set of commandments reads
"Keep the Sabbath or "Guard the I
Sabbath This would indicate
that one should keep watch with
the Sabbath as it departs.
There are some who claim that
the Sabbath is not simply to be
accepted but anticipated as a
guest for which one yearns, thus
one prepares himself to receive
the guest even before he arrives.
Also, if the guest is a desired one.
one tries to prolong his visit and
thus the exit of the Sabbath is de-
layed to indicate that we regret
to Bee it leave.
There are others who claim
that the reason for adding time
to the beginning and end of the
Sabbath is related to the eon-
tion that the wicked in hell are at
rest on the Sabbath. Adding to
the Sabbath at the beginning and
at the end would give the victim
>f hell additional time ol res t<
from the ir torments.
r* tacalh
I l, IN BON1 Many years after r* HesW
Joseph i ; Kings who ruli|! Egypt in >n u
[turned and a n Tun ion (probably rhothipen III. fqy
ol the L8th Egyj I
tur> lu'.i afraid thai the Israelites who tww-living in r. <
might remain loyal to the previbO* kintr. InhHrte'i a peifej
operation trial gi I reduced them td slavery1. This w.,-
'j'start of fetraers'honflage in'H*ypt. Pharaoh ordbrW'tBp^faetjh
midwives to kill all hildren at birth, However. tea
God, thej disobeyed him. Thereupon Pharaoh decreed, that i
new born &on should be drowned in the river Nile.
BIRTH AND EARLY. YEARS OF MOSES: Amram
Yochebed, members <>f the tribe of I>>vi. had two chMi-
Miriam and Aaron; soon after the king's edict. ,, s.-cond son was
born. After hiding him for three months, his mother placed b m
in an ark made of bulrushes among the reeds on the hanks of
the river Nile, leaving Miriam to watch it from a dist>,
Pharaoh's daughter came down to bathe, saw the basket
sent one of her maidens to fetch it. She realized that it w^ i
Hebrew child and. touched with pity, decided to adopt it. Min a
cam.- forward and asked the princess for permission to firxt a
nurse for the child, and brought hack the child's real mother, un-
der whose care the boy was taught tin- traditions o: his sffices-
tors. When DS grew older he was taken to the royal palace Bhd
given the name of Moses, meaning Drawn Out of the Water."
When he reached manhood, MoBCS went out to see how his fel-
low Israelites were faring: he saw an Egyptian owxvr bea/i.
one of the Hebrews. He killixl th Egyptian and. looking arend
to see that no on.- was near, buried the body In ftond. Fca/^Cnl
that his life was in danger. Moses fled. He settled in the l.aW
Midian, in the southeastern region of the Sinai peninsula. vdi-n
he became a shepherd, tending the flocks of Jo thro.' Bveotu-Jtiy
he married Jethro's daughter. Zipporah. -,
CALL 0>' MOSES: The Pharaoh died, hut the oi-protsT^I" ''
tin1 Israelites continued with even greater severit> uncjef his
successors, an l the p ople cried oul t" God for he 3 redi
tion. While tending sheep nt Horeb, In the Snai p-mn-t >
Moses encountered a \'i:>' st el> inspirit sj hJ i hiH
the distance ooven I n : in yet not being consufned. Hi k
\i-:.'n God revealed himsi into Mos s ind lin I h a t>. 1 '
the messenger lha would go t : ..
the name of God, to let tin if 1st lei go E.v
Chapters l i i I
Also, a ned, th it wh o

i rest in his lifetime be-
fore i he !> ginnin : and ifter t le
Sabb th, '. II
I > pi extra t
fmm the i nents ol hell Beth Torah To Consecrate 3eg
I fi r the S r i ith.

Wli\ b) it foibidilen t drink anything before reciting
the KiiUliihh ou the Sabbath?
The recit ition of the Kiddush
before the meal mi the Sabbath
tes that meal a- a spe rial
3 ibh th m il instead of an ordi-
meal. If one w tuld it be-
ire l Kid luh. thai food or
drink would thus not have b<
a i be a Sabb ith me d
Some 75 beginning H
School stud '- w II : artic p i; In
i Consecration ceremony during
. evening sen i es at Beth
Torah Con rn fati >n. Arthur I.
Snyder, chairnsan ol the Board of
Education, has announced. H ibi ,
\! \. \. Lipschitz, spiritual lead-
er, will officiate and charge Ihi
students with dedication to their
Torah studies.
( ortiflcates will b distribttt '
inning Hebrew Student-.
j Mi It oh ifoiilsi \. i, prosl
the C egatian Mxs. j
S Stefh d "-llieafi'
president: Abraham Sohjagi
i lub president, and Judge S
Under the direction ot then
rs, Mrs. Morris L*v1n, Mi I
m in Chanin, Miss H m ih
and Mrs Martin Stciiii.i. t
students will presi i a can:
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AN SHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th A.i
Consorvdtiwf. Cantor Sol PakOW -^ .
BETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. Ken.
dall Dr. S. Miami. Retorm. Rabfii
Herbert Baumgard, Cantor Micheal
Kyrr. 3
BETH DAVID. 26^6 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau
Canto William W. Lioson. 4
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bi.oi N.on-'ii^iM:
BETH EL. 50U SW 17th Ave. Ortho.
dox. 5
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Ben Dirkjon 6
p m Topic: i> Thi >' i.Ifi
! >. i i ,.;iiii Pollowod bj Onei
Bhabbat boated by .Mr Bernard Sedon
in namory arday B:4S m i "Theae are l >ur
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r, p.m.: "A Precioua Nun, "
BETH TOV (Temple). 643P SW 8th
St. Conservative Rabbi Simon
April. Cantor 8moir Hinkai P
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ISRAEL 'Temclei O^ GREATER
Miami 137 NE 19'h Street. Reform.
Rabbi Jotepn R Narot. 10
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by thrt'i in ions
ISRAEL'.TE CENTER 8178 SW 25th
st Conservative. Rabin Avrom L.
Dr.iz.n C.intnr Nath" Psrnas-s 11
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OR OLOM (lempie) m S W. 16th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph Glix- t
man. 1^
Frldnj S 30 p m and B p m Batui
. jo ., n [ta Mltavah: David Laaarux,
hoii t Mr. and Mrs, Wallace Lsuwrua.
5:1 p in.
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N M.ami
Ave. Corservative. Cantor March-
bem-Marbiny 1*
TIFERETH JACOB (Templet 951 E.
4th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Mao-
rice Klein IB
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r^acbin ical *Jeu
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v.
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.Fan. 17Ch. 1. B:30 a.m. The First Estate
Topic: 'Taxes"
Host: Richard Pettiprew
Panelists Rabbi Mayer Ahraniuwitz, Temple Me-
nurah. and a representative from the Council of
Churches.
ZION (TEMPLEl. !i000 Miller Rd
Conserv.it ve. Rabbi Norman '* Sha-
piro. Cantor Richard S. Browdy. 16
.till tar
Mux vi Alftl I '.
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NORTH MIAMI
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
13600 w. Dixie Hwy Conaervat v-
Rabbi Joseph Gorfinkel, Cantor
Ben Zion Kir*<-hcnbaurn. 35
MIAMI BEACH
AGUD'.TH ISRAEL. 7801 e.-irlyle Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Issac Ever. 17
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Berel Wain 18
BETH JACOB. 301 Washinnton Ave.
Orthodo Rdi!" Bhmaryahu T. Swir.
aky. Cantor Maunce Mamchea. 19
BETH RAPHAEL fTEMPl.K) 1"^
Jeffrson Ave. Conservative Rabbi
David R.iab. Cantor Saul Bieeh 20
BETH SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 4144
Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Lein
Kromsh. Cantor David Conviser 21
i n.m Be>i man l<\ Rut h
, Han I Ti Be \ In Whose
ImaRi .-.urday i" IS :> m.
BETH TFILAH. 936 Euclid Ave. Or-
thodox. Rsibbi Joseph E. Rackov-
sky 22
BETH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGREGA-
TION, 843 Meridian Avenue. 22-A
CUBAN HEBMtw CONGREGATION.
1242 Washinaton Ave Orthodox.
Rabbi Dow Rocencwaig 23
EMANU-EL (TEMPLEl. 1701 Wash-
ington Awe. Conservative. Rabbi Irv-
ing Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adlar (4
KriiUy I ii.ni, h.iii n in Rahbj l.hr-
m:m offlciatlmj Bcrmon by lt.il.bi
OtlliiTi t>>h<-n. Aaaiatanl Rabbi:
\vh:ii's So \,v About Tli,- \", w
I-ft?" Raaajrsay 9 am Bar Ultxvab:
i'- Blobti r. son i4 Mr and Mra
San ni,l Iti.hl.r; J >..r. T.-.hmaii. v,,n
<.f Iff and Mra Joseph Telchman.
HEBREW ACADEMY, 2400 Pinetree
Dr.Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S
Grnss 25
CONG. AN.NElL 'Branch of He-
brew Academy). 7th St. and Meri-
dian Ave Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham
Ben-Hill;!. 25.A
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
Cantor Mever Engel 76
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrlield
Cantor Abraham Seif 71
MENORAH (TEMPLEl. 620 75th St
Conservative R,e i Mayar Abram.
owitz. Cantor Nno Feidman 28
NER TAMID (TEW1 E). 80th St. and
T.itum Waterway Conservative
Rabbi T.ugene Laboviti Cantor Ed.
ward Klein ye
K:13 P.m. Serim
In iii, i 'in i ni i ;..! uoh "
OHEV SHALOM. ,e55 Borlta Or
Orthodox. Rabbi Phmeas Weber,
man. so
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 641
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sad. Nahnnas. 31
CONGREGATION ET7 CHAIM. 154?-
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi Avrohom
Groner. 32
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER. 7501 E. Treasure Or.
North Bay Villae. Conservative
Cantor Carl Bender. 32-A
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
CORAL GAtlfS
JUDEA (TEMPLE) 5MM G
Blv.1 Reform. Rabbi Morrif Kip, .t
p.tn m:. :ir.~j=- -,
ZAMORA (TEMPL'Ey]'-1 '"' -'r '
Conservative RaN V.irwe'f
Cantor Nathan llolindek. "
Inr Vhliv.ili 1
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BFTH ISRAEL 'ThMPLE). 5J* I
Oaklanc Park Blvd Rabbi '
Edwards. Cantor Maurice Neu. 4J
EMANL EL. 3r4S*W. Oakland Put
Blvd. Reforrr. Rihti Arthur J A"-
rams. Cantor. Jerome Klement. *S
P0MPAN0 BEACH
SHOLOM (TEMPLEl 13? SE 11th Ave.
Conservative Maebi AaVrris A. o9P.
Cantor Ernest Schre.ber 4
SURFSIOE
MOGAN DAVIO CvNCEO*" N
92<>3 Harding Ave.. Surfaide. T*n
Hall Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac O V "e.
M
ADATH YESHURUN (TEMPLE). 1025 HAtlANDAtE
N. E. Miami Gardens Drive. Con. HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTEPi
servative. Rabbi Milton Schlinsky 126 N E 1st Ave 44
Cantor Nathaniel Schub. 33 .
BETH TORAH NE 164th St at 11h
Ava Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
achitz. Cantor Jacob Renzer. 34
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St
Conservative. Rabbi Charles Rubel
Cantor Jack Lerner. 34
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SINAI (TEMPLE) of NORTH OAOB
18801 N E. 22nd Avenue. Reform
Rabbi Ralph P. Kingsley. Cantor
Irving Shulkea. 37
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18151 N E
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonan F
Caplan. M
Frldaj :. in p rn Saturday 9 m s.i--
snnn: -Slavery Ami CornipUon" Min-
olta .. .a p ,
HOllYWOOO
BETH EL (TEMPLE) 1351 S 14 Av.
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. 4S
l-'i 1,1.1 \ 1.". p ni ^i-rti i
li- Uavlvad?"
BETH SHALOM (TEMPl>F\. 17?S
Monroe St. Conservative Pi'1
Morton Malavtky. Cantoi 1
Gold. 4(
SINAI (TEMPLE) 1201 Johnson St.
Conservative. Rabbi David snap "
Cantor Yehudali Hcitbraun. *'
MIRAMAR
ISRAEL (TEMPLE) 6920 SW 35th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Elliot J. w '
grad. Cantor Abraham Koater. 48
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
- SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave
V?.VN. ISRAEL Op GREATER
o AM'\.M? NE ,7Ut Orthodox M,,,.T[
Rabbi Naftali Porush. 39 MARGATE
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L Friday, January 15, 1971
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NCC J Sponsor Of Rabb' Hertzberg Is Guest Lecturer !n Greenfield Series
Tampa Institute
IMorc than 200 law enforcement I Heinrich. director of community
s
Officers, community leaders and
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^ionday at the University of
unpa.
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i Tampa under the sponsorship of
he National Conference ol Chris-
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area peace officers organiza-
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* #faay,f nrrHir%r
Friday. January 15. '
i This Week In History... j
(I Y.-.if. Ago TliK Hi!: lll.il
iiva Colli
.i.'l Levy was elected B
: sidenl of Manhattan N Y. .
I'nal B'rith said it bad 60 I 50-
-or-more members, i". li -i
!) ing Nathan Jacobs of California,
. I 104
Jordanian leaders chose to leave
.m in near-darkness
than lease power from a Jew-
rwned company.
op
Continued From Pan 4-A
i ing at leasl the < mpiaints are
8 most wholly irrele> ant.
Th >j are irrelevant, in turn,
1 tuse ill"-.' would not b
low ol a threat to Israel with-
. the s iviets. This is n l inger
Vrab-Israeli matter, it .- no v
;, Soviet matter.
Furthermore, the So
< rtainly not getting ready to
- ike ii fsrael because they re-
gird Israel's destruction a- a
i ''il end In Itself By strikii
f Israel, their real aim is to
strike at the United States And
it they are not deterred, the
i > they strike will be sorelj
t'-lt.
Tills is true for ve-v s'mt
i isons. If the Soviets crush the
Israelis, or even, quite simply.
I l their, to their knees, it will
I. ive all the effects of a vast
rthquake. The pattern of
lean polil les ind many oth-
major patterns, too, will !>'.'
. i >nj) rec ignit ion, But ah ive
the w.irld balance of powi r
.'. ill be r idic illy i
The power bal ince il! '> s i
nged simplj i -
less against Israel will all
i n ex] lodi e\i rj remaining
ce ol Westei n presence, in-
fluence or connecti in out of the
f're Midd no pov er,
influence will remain in this
hole 'i tetrically vital area ex-
for S>>\ iet p iwer and
lence.
So the Soviets will have their
' mds on the world's oil-tap,
th consequences in Western
ipe and Japan that can he
sily predicted. The whole dia-
n of their ef'ort shows
early that this is the ultimate
Soviet coal.
THE <;RE.\T NAVAL 1) iso the
i e Soviets are now building in
Egypt at Mersa Matruh, is to be
Western anchor of their fu-
ire Middle Eastern t>o\ver.
T ieir new bates in the Ind'.in
i i an, and their ever-increas-
ing naval presence there. n--e
c early for use aeainst the oil-
ip itselfwhich is the Persian
Gulf.
In sum. the present Middle
I latent crisis is more thorny
id more dangerous than anv
iif the manv earlier crisis since
ic end of the second world w-<-
inclnding those crises which
' i illy produced costly local
* irs. Let no one suooo.se. either.
tht this country can e^eaoe th--
Iv consequences, if the dan-
ger in the Middle East is not
ted Bui onlv avert the dan-
ind all can he well,
so AVERTING the danger is
cey task. How to do bo, In
is indicated bj the dan-
r's real cause It has
I by the pol cj of n 11
thrust u
by the liberal Democrats. If
worst happens, they t
el's murdei i rs.
The crisis has been i
, se too, bee luse the N
I nisi ral on ; ten let
be 1 trut the |ib-
Di p If the
opens. 1
lers will be a mui
gra' e-diggers, B
ese blames are incurred i*
II .therefore Ix1 wise a/or a'l to
1 wi luyuiiiiii ib mm ln<
Lithuan a's n ol pit-
I v is
seen as part ic ilarlj -
ii Jew is!i refug s ol Wot i I
I.
- h iders said Am "lea's
lepr '"i ha I reduc
id I P destine to nea ly nil.
10 Years AffO This Week: 1981
lehezkel -': ih u* am-
bassador t i Austria and I
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Th* n&wiy-elected officers of the Southeast Region ol NCSY
Mark Miller, president; Ora Lee Cress, vies president,
bnd Judy Tokayer, corresponding secretary, di3CUS3 R^gion-
-cl program with Rabbi Stanley Weiss, advisor, and Shraga
!CSs. president of the Chapter.
Mesivta Student Elected
I^iCSY Regional Presidenl
Leifer !s Elected
As President Of
Israelite Center
At i re :enl mi eet-
ng of t'v Israi I '' ip
i SW 25 :. St Chestc i I
init;
in ni-noii
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l' .: ;,,
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-. An ol ici r and rl lie U
I th ".'..
1021 i J I-
; of G I i ...
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William Drm kor, third
Sadat Is Opposed To
Israel's Destruction
e 5-.
C'oii't. rom Pa
l-\
... | Ixaca the Hebrew
emj Chapter <>f the National
i rone* i Synagogue Youth
nod th;< week from its 18th
i! Southcastei n Region il
t held in Birmingham,
where hundreds of teen igi rs
ii mbers of NCSY in tiio s mth,
ir four days of stud)
inSj le idemhip, training, sing-
nd dancing and to c mducl
in t! NCSY busim ss.
[At ihV Saturday night banquet
Hebfew AcaSi my Chapter was '
bognized for ita outstanding
:liicv.'innt< dudng the pasl year.
i hi: the awards received by the
?al chapter were: "Best Chapt >r
thi Year" mil the "Social Ac-
jn.. Award" given recognition
. community ser\ ice projec -
I dividual aMantn were also
lad.' to Shriura Gm^. i'"' sklent
i!io Miami Beach Hebrew
lomy Chapter, Who was named
FCSYi i of th>- Year" and to
inhi Stanley Weiss, selected
JLdvisor of the Year." during the
Invent iprt.
i in,. |;mmi^"ill "'''>'< Mirk
Wft -------------------
osen Will Replace
iment On Council
Former city of North Miami
kach municipal Judge Harold
.(oK'(i i-- Miami Beach's ncwesl
Ciiy iiiuucilawn. succeeding Nor-
n;i:i (*i:nrni. The .Miami Beach
i i! tnc rem lining 10 months
ilv "ti-'frn v signed by Mr. Ci-
MM to accept i p '' is Ln I ia
la! claims jUdge for Dadi
u.i.....
Epuqcjlrnan :: 1 "' wno n '" "
ea in the Me-cmtile Sink
kUln*}, is a farmer l iw pnrtnei
[Mayor Jay Dermer. He served
-man 'if .the Miami B 'ach
nninf and /mln? board, i non-
| befpre being named to
Citj Council and also was an
ol the Beach Jayceea and
I I oi in November, 1971
II find COuneUmen Leonard
tfin nd D 1,ee Powe'.l with
ping terms, Major Dermer's
also ends then. The terma
f'-rbi it m ignes, Robert Good
and Jerome Greene do not
t'- unt'J Nov. rnher, 1973.
Miller, i student of the Mesivta of
I i ater Miami, as ale 't "d re-
nal presid nt: Ora Lee Gross, a
student in the O'.ga Weishaus
Girls Hi'^h School, was elected
Regional programming vice pres-
ident, and Judy Tokayer. who also
ittends the H< brew Academy Girls
High School, is elected corres-
ponding secretary. AH three
youngsters are members of the
Hebrew Academy Chapter ci
NCSY, which is cosponaored bj
Kneseth Israel Congregations.
Arnold Fein, a partner in the
Miami Eeach law firm of Fish-
man & Fein, has announced his
candidacy for a peat on the Bay
Harbor Islands Town Council;
the election is scheduled to
lake place April 6.
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Friday, January 15, 197]
Israel Newsletter By ELIAHU SALPETER
.
itiaMC,i uaviu ~- ~~7 Pot
IT WAS A 1 in Im u k Vi '
m, the Israeli i q livalenl ol the R t C
now c 'l bi .ting its 40th year
hel
c >n-
,,
m i t for
1 ( || I ,' I ;. : ':
tRC cout
Win n th "v is .i bi traffic ac-
rid len e imebody has a
heart attack, thi first thin? one
hears is the o ill "Phone the Magen David Adorn,
quick:" People often realize, however, as they wait
and wait for the ambulance, thai the Mason David
does not quite manage to cope with the expanding
demands thrust upon it.
The scope ol activities of the organization a
voluntary outfit, witth many of its 4.000 doctors,
nurses and drivers (particularlj in small communi-
ties) contributing their services free of charge is
broad, indeed. First-Aid stations in any of its 63
brandies provide help in disasters small and large;
from treating sprained ankles to saving lives ol fire
Mood victims.
All in all, last yeai IfiO.OOf) calls v answ I
bj M jen Da\ I >1 i
. five million kilometers. This means that five
::t of all Isr direct]} from this
ch year.
This organization also holds first l courses
for volunteers as well as 'hools and
Ties. But its greatest p ide is the Blood Bank
Between You and Me:
Pv BORIS SMOLAR
A Success Story
AMBBICAN JKWs who cherish the notion that Jewish
fund-raising in the United States is pre-eminent in the
Jewish world, will be surprised to learn that the Jewish
communitj of Antwerp. Belgium, is the
"number one" among individual Jewish
communities the w rld. The Jewish
'.- in Switzerland sur-
- the Unit States
; nci wh i .: w Ish
nunity ha 175.050
th war to 550.0 and
wh : more 1
titan lew Ish fund-i dsin : r* -
suits vith the Amei ult, if allow-
' r tax ad\ nl es in th U S. and for th
n mix in France.
Thi.--. evaluation come; from Henry L. Zucker, a most
outstanding figure in the field of American Jewish com-
munal work, who is tin' executive vice president of the
Jewish Community Federation of Cleveland. He is also
chairman of the Joint Distribution Committee's advisory
body on overseas community organizations and fund-
raising. Mr. Zucker. who participated in the delegation
sent by the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare
Funds to Kurope to cement relationship lx>twecn the
European and American Jewish communities, is of the
opinion that the JDC has done a tremendous job in pro-
moting in Europe modern methods to organize and unify
Jewish communities and to raise funds. He emphasized it
in a report presented at a meeting of the JDC Adminis-
trative Committee.
Mr. Zucker is especially impressed with the achieve-
ments ol the Fonda Social Juif in Paris, the first Ameri-
can-type Jewish federation in all Europe. "With Paris
being today the largest Jewish community in Western
Europe, to which so much ol Europe looks for leadership,
the fund-raising and planning activities of the FSJU have
now reached a point where they cm be compared favor-
ably with the activities of some of the larger Jewish
federations in the United States," Mr. Zucker reported.
He stressed the fact that the French development has
been due m substantial measure to initiative taken by
the JDC, and to the continuing assistance of American
lay and professional li aders, Including those of the JDC
and the Council of Jewish Fi del Hi ins ind Welfare Flu
Mr. Zucker believes thai American Jewry h a good
deal to learn from the Jewry of Western Europe in sev-
eral aspects of common problems. He found that the
Europeans no longer look on the American Jewish com-
munity as a benefactor community, nor upon the Euro-
pe.n community as the recipient of American financial
aid. But the Antwerp community is to him unique" in all
of Western Europe in a variety of ways. He tells the
story of how about a dozen outstanding campaigners walk-
ing around the diamond bourse in the city, their pockets
bulging with pledge cards, with the result that Antwerp
raises more money on a per capita basis for Jewish causes
than in any city in the world.
which now supplies trang-
: During tl i 'iiS "' ,n'"
; Six-Da; W
public

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. Bio id B c is
"mutual loan society."
in, to need xeep! needy
cases, h&\ e to paj a -
As the Israeli equivalent of the Internationa!
r [ Cross, Ma ;en D vid Adorn acts in Israel and on
Each donor is given a "credit" and he or his fam-
ily is entitled, within twelve months from the dona-
behulf in all humanitarian matters such as mail and
panels to war prisoners, exchange of civilians
stranded on the other side of the cease-fire lines.
Israel Newsletter
By CARL ALPERT
Some Left Iii 1926...
And Some Remained
The kibbutz movement was wracked by political
controversies in its early days, and in 1962 a large group
of kibbutz members, many of them from Em Harod.
went back to Russia." (From a history of the kibbutz).
l|lii vi HAPPENED to the "halut/im" who left
** Ein Harod 45 years ago? Did any of them ever
come back? Was there any further contact with
, their fellow pioneers who
emained?
I came to this pleasant kibbutz
|n Kmk Jezreel. known today as
one of the showplaces of Jewish
I 'aiming, and sought out some of
Che pioneers who had helped es-
tblish it in 1921.
"I remember them well," said
71-year-old Shmuel Bar-Giora.
"They were "ferbr.nnte" socialists who came here to
-el up the perfect society. It was not the swamps of
the Emek or the rugged tent life which discouraged
them, but thi th* ; litical climate here
would m nt of They
did : to lives' liv ing in .1 British

them, from v iri
ess of Bol-
I drew th n b that country
net. I a rue l them to Jaffa port
when th y left." 68-yea -old Hen Eliyahu. "It
was imposs ble to They were
det, rmined "
"Ye irs went by before we hi ard of them again."
resumed Bar-Giora, "They never wrote to us. It was
as if they h,.d disappeared. In 1986 some of us here
went to Russia on visits. The kibbutz mad," the trip
possible. Before the Six-Day War, 16 of us visited
Russia to see remnants of our families, and for the
first time we then re-established contact.
"I remembered Sasha as an excitable young
"halut/." In 19B2 the Sasha I met in a Moscow
hotel lobby was a retired pilot of the Red Air Force.
He had a comfortable pension on which to live out
his remaining yean. He talked little, but he looked
at me with questioning eyes. He wanted to know if
we still lived in tents." Bar-Giora chuckled as his
gaze swept the lovely homes, the beautiful gardens
and lawns, and the flourishing industry and agri-
culture of the Ein Harod of today. "Sasha asked me
for B map of Israel, so he could SI e how the country
bad grown since he dug ditches in the 1920's.
"I met Anna, too. In 1926 Communism had
to her than her own family. She left
h 1 h isb in 1 and her yi ir-old son in Palestine, to go
k to Mother Russia, That son accompanied me
in 1962 he wanted to see his mother. It was a
Ult meeting."
"But the others, what about them?" I asked. "You
said there were 200 of them." The old veterans of
Ein II.rod looked at each other and then at me.
"Prom all reports that reached us," said Bar-
Giora. "none of the rest survived the bloody purges.
They were all suspect. They were Zionists. They had
been to Palestine. They had lived under British rule.
Some were sent to Siberia, Some disappeared in
prison."
pxchai '
: in tnal i ,;- '',('-
is, howevi r, tacks th I are npl 'a I
i>, |p, 1 1 i.-utc eootiMea
the .11 tin so to tie,
' I !> .v I A hgCts-8.1
. ir :,v ;. in the public The n
omplainl is that i. tak ng for tl
...,- 1 1 arrive, when each rhfnute may I-
vital. Another frequent complaint is that tin- |g not l to provide medical help, and Ls si" .
plv unable to move the patient to the car wittn
lu hi. which ot emu ., is not always available In (a
people are n>^ beginning to ask whether it make;
,,t .ill to demand all these community sorvn
from 1 voluntary organization which depends pri-
marily on charity to finance its vital functions.
KirM
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SIIHI.I
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IN T
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800K REVIEW By Seymour B. Liebmon da^
The Passionate People
A LTHOI 1.11 Tl Passionati P pie, Roi r Kal
Faw I Crest Book, $.95) is all it,.
force on "What It M ins To Be A Jew in Ami ri ,"
lei nettes of a lew
dividuals, mostly 1 ctional but some
Max F h r ol 11 troit > wh r
value th n is in the b iok lies in
glimpse of the attitudes ()f some A:
ican Christians in various parts o.
country toward some Jews.
The author Interspemes his owi -
liefs with digressioni thai have titt:- or
no pertinacy to Judaism. Much of the
book is comparable to a Journalist's report or that ol 1
columnist with a sophmorlc philos >phy tinged with s,
Heated cynicism. There are vulgarisms, over-simplific -
tions and excessive generalities covering, with rap ex-
ceptions, Jews who are peripheral to basic, ess/
Judaism.
Intcrspersi 1 with the tremendous end. in son
stances, infuriating faults and short-comings, ther
rays rdonic journalism. The most th I
be said I ; 10k, howeve is that the writing is
The ;.;.'. s on the nnual n v rican
ress at Grossing! I an)
Jew are wi 11 wot tl
f th fts tlon dim is a'
of the f| w he. h tp lt< .. th ithl I a .- itU ::
t .;. w- and Judaism.
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affront to the thousands of Lets garish affairs conducted ,
lnri1^
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Th- author displays no knowlcdg of S pbardic .
who. among other differences that exist between tin
the A.shkenazim, do not speak Yiddish. Kahfl L-
abysmally ignorant of the masses of midrtle-class Ann
ican Jews who are the backbone of our people. To Assori
the coarse ostentation of a dinner celebration tin ,4^
Mit7vah of a nouveau rich Reform Jew as if it wen* sin..- ^Jlf
TIh
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by the 1, -s affluent and more religious-minded Jews
The book abounds in errors which further dispU> '
Ignorance of the author and the indifference of fdtU
who do not insist that their authors be knowledgeable
that manuscripts be proof-read by authorities in the .. ._
of Judaism. The author of the "Shulhan Aruch" I
Sephardic rabbi. Joseph Caro (with a "C" not a K A
who was born in Spain and not Turkey. Not even nn vlfJ
of the Nature! Karat.1 or the most devout Hasld
eight timea a day.
I!K
Tin multiplictiy of er>- us becloud the occi- : ^M
penetrating descriptive phrases such as "America's ^^
roller Judi r-Protestantlsm or the comment that th -' J
no ne< : 11 several organizations to combat anti-Sen. "' "
Sines tin re is a decline in this field but "organizatim <*
not willingly close up shop; when original issue; r,
they look for new ones." i>r<
.iint
Bvi n the apparently incontrovertible statement in ''"''
book that "there is no American Jewish position on ar-y "or
thing, except |K>ssiblv anU-Semitism: Jews oppose 1* '^
being controverted by a few who contend that :&' K''2
Semitism is nescrssary for the presewation of Jew?
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lECAl NOTKE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTKE
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JU DICIAL CIRCU IT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 69-21140
SUIT FOR LIEN FORECLOSURE
KINtl FENCE OP MIAMI, INC..
a Florida eorpnruttoii,
Plaintiff,
Vs
EDWARD C.RANKIlT and
oi.ive ROSRORABBRT,
k oi.ivia BHKPPARD. his rife,
Defendants,
TO: Edward Qrabert & olive Rom
Qrabiart
I file thi> rami' in I a k 'a Olivia sheppurd. his wife.
rovlded In Section You. EDWARD CKAItEKT
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
NO. 70-4352
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In REi Btal>- of
TONT M'MIEI.IO
I *.; i !
To All Creditor and All Persons Hav-
tig Claims or Demands Against Said
Voa nr hereby notified and rr-
utired present any claims and de-
nands v.hi.h you may have against
Be astute of TONY MORBI .1." I
Irnigai il late of Dad.- Conn-
y, Florida, lo the County Judtres of
iaaHaatr anil a- provided in Section I You. EDWARD ORABERT AND I
'.i3.1#, Florida Statutes, In their of- OI.IVE ROSE ORABERT are hereb)
ire- m the County Courthouse In I notified thai n Fill of Complaint for
Dude < uih> Florida, wiihln si\ pal-1 Lien Foreclosure has been filed
iidar months from the time of the | against you
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKHERY OIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
if CREATIVE PACKAOINO. INC. at
BO N.1%*. Eighth Street. Miami. Florida
Intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad*
county, Florida
ALLEN FISCHER
CHARI.ES EVERETT
t" >XA I.I> 8TMONS
WALTER E MACKOCL
I Attorney lor Corporation
1211 City National Hank Building
.Miami. Florida 13130
l i->-i.-,-;j
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in husiness under the fictitious name
of STANLEY L. ZAKARIN, D.D.8.
it T-i":: s \V. 87th Avenue, Miami.
Florida Intends to register said name
v.ith the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
STANLEY 1.. ZAKARIN. P A,
BENNETT fl PHI H.\l.\N eso
Attorney for Stanley I.. Zakarln, r.A.
G02 !om ord lluildim:
t w.-.-t Flatter Street
.Miami. Florida Ml30
Rhone: 873-U6M
12 _-, i i-a-M
LEGAL NOTICE
!.. :.-. 1. or the same
nst punlicali
a ill Be t mil.
i a .it Miami Florida,
Jay of J> .-in'-. A I' !!'".
JEAN M< 'RF.l.l "
As Admit Isl ratri*
First i ut I.....i this
the IlitV i.e : i lilli.-r.
sinu |. .Nil. CHI K
Atlornc- v isiratrlx
. I \V. Fl..nl. -i S' Miami. Fla
II :::. i 1-8-15
thin list
nolle
IS70,
NOTICfc O" ACTION
IN THE CIRCU'T COURT OF THE
ELEViN'H JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
l/.t 33, BtoOk tl of SCOTT LAKE
MANOR, Section f. according to
the plat th.-reof. an recorded Iti
Rial Hook ,;:.. page 117 of the
Public Record* nf Dad.- County.
Florida, commonly known .is 170-
I" N W Will Av.-iiu.. Miami.
Florida
and you are reciulred to s.-rv.- a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiff's i
attorney, tiEOROK OILBERT AND'
: KENNETH K ReKANT, Suit.- I2, 1 .
I Lincoln lid Bldg Miami lleoi h, Fill
i Tel No 538-4312 and file th- origi-
5aTe
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
UNTY. CIVl
No 70-.-3"7t
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
23
DIVORCE
el
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. i- I., fore th.
1971 I! s -ti :
: .IIP Hill I
Pleading In tl.....fftcc
I the Cireult Cnurl on
22nd "l.i> of Jiinuao.
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TrTK .IFWISI' '' ol:i].iAN
IXTNE AMi ni:|i|-:itEI> it Minml.
orida. dai of I. mber,
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i.i:ai HKiin.w. Clerk,
'iiri l;i'le County. Florida
MAIUU'KKITE KENT
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TICKS "F BNOEL VND
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the relli di ma udi >l
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Tin- notice .-hall be published once
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
- n ICE IS liEREKV fllVBN 11 al
the ir desiring to
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-4615B
FRANK B. DOWLING
in RE: Estate of
MORRI8 8IBOBL
1 teceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All P.-r-i.i Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Said
Estate;
You sr hereby notified and requir-
ed lo present any rlalmx and lie-
, manda which you niiu have againsl
the estate of MORRIS SIBOBL de-
I ceased late .-f Dade County. Florida.,
1 to the Countt Judgea of Dude County, j
1 and file the sum. in duplicate and at i
provided In Section 733.16. Florida |
i Slatuli a, in tl Ir offlcei in the Coin |
. i -oui thoui '" Dadi County, Florida, I
I within six calendar months from the
in,,, of the first publication hereof,
'ii, barn tl i
i al Miami, Florida, this 17 !
d,,v i,i Deeembi r, A 1 197"
., iRTi 'N MILSTEIN
i Bxi u
Flrsl iul cation i if Ih
th. I-' U
KWITNI
.
Miami I Fla.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of ESSEX HoFSK HOTEL AND
APARTMENTS al 1001 Collins Ave-
nue, Miami I'.eaeh. Florida intends to
register aald mime with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida,
I.F7.0M. INC
By: Sylvia Stretchier l-.-vy. President
KNCLANDER & HI'RNETT
I l.in. ..In Road Building
Miami Reach Flotilla
Attorney for Leaom, Inc
1" -J'. 1 I-8-1.1

1971.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOU DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PilOBATE
No. 70-3797
FRANK B. DOWLING
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE Estate of
KEITH II IRDINC SMITH
I pa*
To All Creditors and All P< rsom
lerSh'
1
Jar11.
mrft
isml.
the ii Irljig i _. in creditors and All Persont Hnv.
::;';; ^imKnHn reI'ords*^ > *>......- ""'"'* **nm :
-.,.1 ti.Vf. 54th St. Miami. Florida '" ; ''\',',|," .,. hereby notified and re-
trad lo register said naim with ,lu,r,.,( t present nn> claims and .!-
CMerk of th- Circuit Court ol ''"''. ,',,. ,,i,,.l, you mas have against
NOTICfc OF ACTION
IN Tt- E CIRCUIT COURT OF THt
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
JOF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DACE COUNTY CIVIL ACTION
No.70 23096
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ATM ;: m: i: >'ii:ii.,
Pis -t
A TV
IVef.
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SIIKII.
tl: R.A 1 Mi -Nl' T Slim
*S7. A C I! It FUST
|4 \. U Stleel
r"il.y on That
nS&<
Bxlord-hir- KNtll.AND
MR' It \ \ \|. >\ 11 T Sll F.ll are
t^^i n.,tif:.-.i ti.it Hill of col-
lar Dloi .- hua I- .ii Hi. d
4 ,ou. and yoa are reqgdred to
.-rve a .. ; i i > in- Answer or
iMiiot: t., th- i:.:i ..( Complainl on
14 t PLi't.ni--- i.ttorti.i, KI'KT
.'lElIl.'Scii i,.7 Alin.-ria Axenue,
Oi.i.les. Florida U1M, and file
ic of the Clerk of the Circuit
on or Inf..re the sib day of
ry. 1:171. If you full m do ao,
at bj default Will he taken
you' for the relief demanded
lift I 1Uof Complaint.
TMs nolics shall 1- published once
Vdl.V..-l. I..i : ill ,..|i-e. UHve u..k-
i"Wli: .IFW 'Sll Fl oltlDIAN
DONi; ash .|;lii:i:i;n at Miami.
lorrda chiii Ilsl rtav of December,
I) 197 -
, )E H. LEATHERS! AN. CI.-.U.
('Ircui' Court, l';..I.- County, Florida
lti i- I" I'OPEI.AND
11, out} Cl.-ik
ftlrrtgtt Con Seal)
Vi'EEIJSI "H,
rta Avenue
County, Florid-
Dated ,.t Mi.,mi Florida, this lOlll
da] ol Dei .-ml"
CHARLES BRl Vi v
WILLIAMJENKIN, JK
i -.,.oan.-is
ARTHUR W KAHI ICK
attorney for applh am
MM N W I7'll Avenue
Miami, Florida .,.,,_ ( ,_,.
NOI ICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OFTHE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIOA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No 70-s?964
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
NATIVIDAU PBRKZ
Math Idad J< aua
PI.unlit I,
ANDRES ADR1 \N' PEREZ,
I iefend nit
,i i \NDRES ADRIAN PEREZ
i-..i., Apartmeni 6
il.i\ana, 'uba ........
You. AM'FI'S ADRIAN l'l.lil/-
arc herebj natifie i thai IMII *
Ci mplaint r-r Bleorce has been Illen
ngumsi you, and you ara required
,,. -,rv.. .i copy of your Answer or
Pleading '" tha Bill of Complaint on
the Plaintiff"* attorney, casfak
M.DRICH "' CRI8TOL, ROSE
\1 DRICH, -' North r-" f>*
nil... Miami Florida. 1 .S.A
I file the original Answer or I lead-
in the office of the Clerk [he
ml Cogri on or hefote the !9W
f January, ItTI. if you fail to do
hidgsnenl b) default will be taken
ag tinal you lor the relief demanded
in the Illll of Complaint.
This notice shall lie published
each we. for f..ur eoiise.aitlv.
In THE JEWISH FLOIUDIAN
ls.NE AND ORDBRED <
Florldis this ITth day
tha" estate""o'( keitii HARDINO
smith deceased late of Dade Coun-
ty Florida, t.. the County Judges ol
Dude County, and file the wmi
duplicate and as prov
733 16, Florida Btatuti
lues in the Count>
Dade < n.mii > Fiend.
,a.,i- m..nth- from
..led
in
i Si
s, ill th. il
Courthouse in
V 11 tl 111 M\ Clll-
ihe time of the
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-4274
JUDGE BLANTON
NOTICE TO CHEDITORS
In RE Estate of
llltll il SET BACINSKAS
I ,- eil
To All Cn .hi" > and All I', rsons Hnv-
i i.. tnands Agaii d Said
You are hen by notlfb tl and r< -
.inned to pri i ai :- i la mi anil
in nils hli h a mi l i
Ihe state of BRIDHET BACINSh VS
.1........ late ol Dale Coun-
. ;.,. lo ihe Counts Judgi ol
and file Ihe
i| me ... t! .i- i n '.. -I i" Section
In tin Ir ol -
, in the "ounty Ci urtl .u r
Dade County. Florida, within lix cai-
. iinr m.....h- ii. in Hie tun- of tbi
I publli a Ion :. reol, oi the
ill be barred .
Hated ..i Miami. Florida, 'Ins ISth
das of ii--. in'" r, Al>
JOHN V RAC1NSK \s
As Administrator
Fiist publication of this noth e on
Ihe 8Bth day of December, 191 i
HENRY M WAITZKIN
Attorney for Administrator
7i.-71m Street
Miami Beach, Florida 3S141 ^ uy.r.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY HUES' that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
husiness under the fictitious name ol
TolRIST OAZETTE at l'o lt..<
L'::L'. .Miami. Fla J3I01 intend to re-
gister said name with the Clerk of
th. Circuit Curt ol Dade County.
Florida.
CEI.F.STIN'o LOPEZ
JOSE LOPEZ
________ i/i-8-i5-3i
NOI ICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 70-23409
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
All FEN .1. VII.I.
Fla in tiff,
v s.
. Itl'HY V VII''.
I I. tell.I..Ml
TO: CIIO V. \ ll'l
71- Qualm Acres Driv<
Silver Spring, Mars'lasid
Y..u luio \ VIDI. are hereby
notified that u I till Complaint t..r
Divorce has I.....n filed against y.u.
and you ai. rctpjirfd to serve a copy
ol your Answer or Pleading t.. the
F.ill of Complaint ..n Ihe plaintlffa
Attorney, MAI.SPEIS. i.ih-im-o *
BROWN. PA., i'"i N c. 133th Street,
North Miami. Florida and file
l the original Answer or Pleading In
the office of Ihe Clerk ol Ihe Circuit
i '..ut-t on or befon Isl day of
Februnrs. IH71 It vou fail lo .1 ho,
udgment by di fault \< ill be taken
-i you for ii '-ii- I di manded
in lie c
-|-i ,. i> ,i nnce
h week foi u ,;'
in THE JEM 'IAN
|Hi.NE VND < '
A l>
E B. I.I
Circuit Cou i. Ii u

11. i.i
(Clrcuil Court S
M V | .. I I'-' | .1 l| 'I It 'I I (J
BROWN P. A
in.I N E .'
V.i.l'n .
',
1 I
tile same
tins 17th
1
flrsl publication hereof, or
will i barred .
l>;,t.-l al Miami, Florida,
day of l>......nber \ D, i">
Harding I. S 'h
As Admlnisirator
First publication ol this iii
ih. 55th day of December, l"."
JEROME WttLFSON
Attorn. ) for Hnrding I., smith
sat Johnson Ave
Stiver Springs, Maryland ^ ,.
isOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring lo engage
ii husiness under the fictitious name
.'.'I JNTERNATIONAL I VERSIFIF.D
INDCSTRIE8 si P.O Box 4
Vlstn Station, Miami Fla 3
to regisl er said name w it'
,u,i ol Dade
of the i 'in a-'
Florida
s..l w. Meyersnri
Hernice Mey< n on
I SIDNEY EFRt iNSON
' Attomej for applicant
Bi; Alnsh > Hulldlng
Miami, Fin 33132
^7 intend
ihe Clerk
Ulltl ,
18.85 1 '1-S-l.i
AND
t \\. -
33131
and
Ing
i tn
day
-,sr:d rtofm* f-r Plaintiff 40M":
ek.s
Miami.
of Deieniher.
AUEH l.EATHEUMAN. dg*.
Cireull Court, Dade,'. u..'^ 'i""'li4
By HAROl ERH E KENT
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court s. ,li
CASPAR P.. ALDRICH
Criatol, Rose and Aldn.-h
-I North Bast Fust Avenue
Miami. Florida 33131
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|0 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
.-, I 1--1-. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT F THE
------- ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
NTME COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IM.AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-4617
I JOHN R. BLANTON
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I ...
H>E OERl i'I'IIW" nil..
'ed
< i.i \u Pel aoni llav-
(ni .i i .. m iiida Agalnsi Saul
e
id
it in W
on ai.y*
t it" i
it ant"
Jew? ''
J
sr-i h.-r. by not m. .1 lo pre-
i ,|, in.iii.l-- which
ih. late ..f
LFE (SKItoTHWoHL deieos-
|..| I i,:. Count: FIoi la, to
|ll!> .III I. Of 1 Hole C'OU
tin su..... in tluplh ate and
ill. .1 hi Hi rtlon 7,,:i 19, Fl
ii ih. ,i uffii s in the i '..un-
iii Dade I -ii v. Fl"! -
, m
f th. flrsl publd atlon here-
!..-..lae n- ill I" i ... i id
Florid i. Ihis 17lh
.....
[v. El.I I sell and PEOPLES
I rWNAL BANK l IF
MIAMI Sin RBS
As i' .-Executon
lubltcatlon of tins notice on
nf January, I9TL
pSLLISCH
t Iv-IH.....f Clotllde
iilil. Deci as. .1.
a Avenue.
4es, Florhht 11314
1/1-H.1.-I-J2
t.
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-23156
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
nil 1>\ Ql IKOQA
Plaintiff,
CAR1 OS ROBERTO QUIROOA,
TO^MxVs ROBERTO QtHROOA
-..... st John's Place, Apt I i
tou^si'/vs^oiJerVq^00^
are here! < 1''1,,'
c.t;.l, l'",'; '
. iu, ii "
j ur \
,. || of Complaint
the PI it torn
LEVINSi i\ : n
ami. Floi i
Answer ..i P
aatiar
U vou fall > '"' '
fault Will be "'
the relief ill 111.Hide.1 111 the
'T';- | he published
each a ''V,''V^ "
,,, THE JEWISH Fl OHIPIA
'".siNE AM- ORDERED ..
Florida, tl la Hal day of Beoe
A B 8 I.FATHEKMVN. Eleik.
crcu.t Court nadeC..unty?*TarWa-.
By M MtiilElin E KEN i
1 icpll' v Icrk
CWiMi.ni < ;25i/i-.s-i;
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
<1C FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-22962
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
HERMAN i'.AKi'IA.
Plaintiff
M A I: I v M' INSBRRAT
c.oNZAl V./. C.ARCIA,
Defendant
To MARIA MONSERRAT
(iONZALBE GARCIA
.. ik I ..\ street Apart I '"
BronS 59, New York, N.V
You. MARIA MONSEKRAl GON-
2AI EZ C.ARCIA, are herehy notified
that a Bill "f Complaint for Divorce
hns been filed against you. and you
are required to issrve a copy M your
Answer or Pleading to Oie Bin oi
Complaint on th- '|:'';',|I,'%:\'VJ.;.;,V
HA SPAR H ALDRICH, c .. ( ltlSl-H.
ROSE ft AI.HU1CII. 21 NK Flrsl
Avenue. Miami. Florida 33131 and nl.
ih.- orlglnM Answer or Pleading in
the office of the Clerk nftha t n.i.i
,-urt ,.., or before the 39th day ol
January, i-'"'- v"u f;" V ,"/''
judnment by default il he taken
against you for the rellei demanded In
the iiiii of Complaint
This notice shall he publish
each weak for four comjecutivi
1 THE JEWISH FloRUHAN
DONE AND ORDERED at
Florida .this ITth day of DecemI
\ i 197a
E F I.E \T1IFKMAN. rk
Clrcuil Court, Dadj ';,;> '':.'.
It, MAROt'BRITE KEN I
Deputy ci.rk
(Cireull Court Seal]
CASPAR B M DRICH
(IiiJ.sTOI. ROSE ALDRICH
- l N i: FIRST AVENCE,
Miami, Florida Fin 13131
Attoi iieys I Plaiutlff
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN (hot
1,',- undersigned, desiring o engage
business under Ihe flctlti
,.f TELECARE at 119.-1
Miami Beach, Florida nit
ler said name with m
Circuit Court "f Had..
"Ll|.M;K T V INC. a Florida C
nalli.
Street,
mis to regls-
Clerk ..i the
County, FL'i -
rp
13/35 1/1 B-15
.1
Miami,
i ,.i i
12 :.. II 1".
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-3860
FRANK B. DOWLING
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Betataof
ROSE FINKJSLBTBIN
(1......ased ,,
Tn Ml Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Hem..mis Against .-said
''You'are herehy notified and re-
quired to present any clalnw and de-
mands wh.. i, you may have against
,,. ,s,i,. of ROSE PINKLLSTEIN
il.......ised late of Hade ""-
iv Florida, to the t ounty Judges oi
Dade County, and file the same in
duplicate and .is provided s..ti.n
783.1fl. Florida statutes. In their of-
noes in the Count> Courthouse In
Dade County, Florida, within aix cal-
endar months from Ihe lime" the
flrR) publication hereof, or the sami
will be barred ... .
Hated ..t Minim. Florida, Ihls -ith
,. ,,i Not ember, A l* 19;"
MARTIN FINE
Ai administrator
First publication of this
, iy 0| De. mb. 1
FINE, JAC< >BSON St Bl '
Mtornei for Ado
r S treeI
Miami, Florida
. .ii
?r
NOTICE UNDER
-
NOT.CE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTV. CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-:33t,6
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
M IRflAJllTA AI'IEI BERDUT,
Plaintiff.
\ -
RENATl HERDCT,
I let-ndanl
TO: RENATO BERDI'T
Ebro 1S9 I P. i-.nso
i:i,. Piedrn iniei : Rico
You RENATO ItERDCT, an here
hj notified lhat n BUI of Comi lal it
for Divorce has been filed against
you, and you are required t.- serve
a copj of oui Ai -> er ..i Pleailii g to
Hie I'.lll ... Comnlaint on the Plain-
tiff's attorn. EFRt iNSt >S .^- LIT-
M AN, '.1" Al isl< S Kuildil K, I I NB I
Ave., Ml ; : '
the orlgii al Al : "l
the nfl Ihe I 'lerk nf tin i "Ircult
, ai: n the Isl day of
Februai s '- "' '" ''" '
Judgmetii by d. fnull '' taken
.ii;..itisl VOU '''*
in th.- Kill of Com
This notice shall be published nnea
each week for foui nnsi ul iv wet ka
in THE JEW ISH FLDRID1 W
in (NE \M iRDEREl' <' Miami.
Florida tins :iiii da} of December
A.D. 19"
i: II I EATHERMAN, I
Cn int i "oui I. Dade Coi da
By: C P t'OPHl \M'
1 onty i 'lerk
(Circuit Court Si all
EPR< INSON : 1 ITMAN*
R12 Vinsli tin
Miami. Florida
Atlorne)s fur Plaintiff
1 I-8-1.--23
notice by publication
in the circuit court of the
eleventh judicial circuit
of florida in and for
dade county. in chancery
NO. 70-23288
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
WILLIAM WAKKEN THOMPSON,
Plaintiff,
MARILYN PATRICIA THOMPSON,
Defendant.
To; Mrs Marilyn Patricia Thompson
o n Floyd l'e> toll
1619 M off el lt.ad
Silver Springs, Maryland
You, MARILYN PATRICIA THOMP-
SON i.e.- hereb) notified thai a Hill
,.f Complain I for Divorce has been
filed agalnsi you, and \..u are re-
quired In serve a copy ..t your An-
iiwer or Pleading to ihe Bill of Pom-
plarnl on the plaintiffs ntton t y.
POLLACK VOOOJi PATH IWO
Northwest 7th Street, Miami. Florida
:.il (,i,. the origlnaJ Ansa or Plead-
ing in the office nl thi CU rk nl ihe
i ii i 'ourl "i or I-. Ii in
i>| Fel -n try, 1971. If you I
do so. ludgmi nl bj default will be
token agalnsi you for Ihe relii I de-
manded in the Bill of Compl
This all i.r published onca
,..,,! k :.n i.-ur .-: eka
Hi: JEW ISH Fl DRIDIAN
in INE INI1 'HDEItEl' nl Miami.
Deci mber
AH
E. H LEA1 I v
Cin nil i "out lade Cou F la
Bj i P ''. 'I'll AN 11
By, VHRAHA.M
Plaglei -
| |e the '
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cJewish Floradiaii
Jarring's Trip To Israel
Gesture Of Independence
jmi. Florida Friday, January 15, 1971
Section B
Authorities Cracking Down
On Jewish Defense League
NEW YORK (JTA) Rabbi
fccir Kahano, chairman of the
rwish Defense League, was ar-
cst< ii in New York Tuesday
tor failing to appear for arraign-
ment on charges of disorderly
goi duet and incitement to riot
Btlich has been lodged against
im after a demonstration near
the Soviet L'.N. Mission last
jr> nth. He was released a few
ours later on $3,000 bond, in-
luring his appearance for ar-
laignmer.1 next Tuesday.
' His am st appeared to be part
Bf a crackdown against the JDI.
B> U.S. authorities aimed at
pi eventing the group from car-
r\i:.,' out its threat to harass
Koviet diplomatic personnel in
retaliation for the mistreatment
of Jews in the Soviet Union.
At a pnss conference in JDI.
headquarters following his re-
i. ase, Kabbi Kahane said the
V.S apology to the Soviet gov-
Irnment showed that President
Isixon has bowel to Soviet pivs-
uri and dismissed the condem-
I n of JDI.'s roughneck tac-
t.. coining from virtually every
ewish organization as comment
i tin ones "who have sat on
their apathy for 53 years." The
I,,'- : dissident hoodlum Jews"
|> a "I adge ol hoi.or." he said.
In the wake ol thi explosion
man) believed I i be the
Ral bl Kahane'a organi-
iasl Friday a pipe bomb
ich was i i....ti ii a< thi n ar
. the S el cultural offic -
>.' 'i. 1 >.<'.. ii?' Ami v. n
called on
-. I.:.; Nixon and Coi r--
,: lUCl :
legislation i" ik n th I
*] actions
; I innel ol
i i in the United
El .:"ie."
: tcmenl
I I, AJl
i i tlat'.on be "pa-t (>'
i effort by the Unite 1
>nl to ro it o m
p < l p g c ii those who h ive
recently b.'cn responsible for
s'c'i actions ava'nsl the So\ el
Union and others." It is under-
stood that officials at the U.S.
Mission to the United Nations
are also preparing a similar
recommendation.
There was some speculation
on the possibility that the bomb
was not set by the JDL but by
person* seeking to implicate the
JDL. In a television interview.
Dr. William Perl, senior advisor
t i he Washington Committee
for the relief of captive Soviet
Jewry, suggested that the ex-
plosion might have been done
by the Russians themselves as
part of a planned campaign to
discredit opponents of the trials
of Soviet Jews.
The sabotage was deplored by
Jewish leaders including Dr.
William A. Wexler. president of
B'nai B'rith, who cal'ed it "a
Petition Refused By
Embassy Personnel
WASHINGTON (JTA) A
high-ranking Soviet diplomat
told Si n. Richard S. Schweiker
iD-Pa. > Tuesday that Israel is
trying to create a rift betWi i I
Washington and Moscow and
that the anti-Soviet propaganda
about the mistreatment of Jews
in Russia emanates from Israi I.
Sen. Schweiker was one of
three men who visited 'he Sovii I
to deliver a i>etition
I by 20,000 Philadelphia^.
S viet ol fio r was Yuii Vo-
ronts. v. the Charge d'Affain s
.. ho i- i hi )':-:i si ranking ofl
. the Eml ssj In ,;.' al
, Amba idoi Anatoli F
: litio which urged
! .. for S \ i< t .1. ws
Mn- rei asi I those ficii
aln idj i ni d i >
I i ison tei ms w i n fused i y
the duty officer, who threati ned
to r ill the police it II was U':
en a tal le in the Embassy Hall
mlar petition signed by 700
a : lean sc i ntists had been re-
led the pn vi<>us day.
reprehensible act of terrorism
that can only exacerbate the
plight of Soviet Jews and pro-
vide another pretext for Soviet
harassment of American offi-
cials In Moscow," and Richard
Cohen, associate executive di-
rector of the American Jewish
Congress, who said the sabo-
teurs "st ind condemned as ene-
mies of the Jewish people who
play into the hands of Soviet
propaganda."
In Moscow Friday, U.S. Am-
bassador Jacob D. Beam anolo-
gized for the incident to For-
eicn Minister Andrei Gromyko.
whom he had asked to see. and
presented the State Department
rebuttal to last week's Soviet
charge that the U.S. govern-
ment was "conniving" in anti-
Soviet actions. Gromyko gave
Beam what a U.S. Embassy
spokesman called "a stern pro-
tost" against the action.
ADL Testimonial
Chairmen Named
Arthur B. Belfer and Philip Leff, Mr. Belfer. chairman of the board
leading industrialists and philanth- of Belco Petroleum Corp., has long
Jropists, have been named cochair- been interested in science educa-
tion and his gifts to Yeshiva Uni-
versity made the establishment of
the Belfer Graduate School of
Science possible. His communal
ami philanthropic activities also
Include the United Jewish Appeal,
the Fed.....it ion of Jewish Philan-
thropi and the United Hospital
Fund. Hi is vice president of the
Sutton Place Synagogue in N< ..
York.

Philip leff
Arthur Belfer
tn of the 1971 inaugural dinner of
Anti-Defamation League Ap-
m to be held in Halm Beach Sat-
pay, Jan. L'.'i. The announcement
made by Seymour Graubai I,
|t "'i.il chairman of the Anii-Def-
of B'nai B'rith.
The dii ::. which will highlight
|ll. laj meeting of ADL'
..'. v cutive eomm tto e, will be
i m mtal to attoi ney
bi'-N if Palm Beach and New
k ind will fi n a Wress
[ former Vice President Hubert
nphrey.
Mr. I-elf. president of the Na-
tional Spinning Co., Inc.. the Na-
tional Yarn Corp.. and the Na-
tional Worsted Mills. Inc., is a
member of the executive commit-
tee of the Anti-Defamation League
New York Board and of the ADL
Appe ill Board of Governors. II.
serves on th.' board of directors
and executive committee of the
Jewish Theological Seminary of
Am Tien, and is a member of its
tj of Fellows.
He and his brother were th
nors ol thi Phillip and Carl Leff
Scholarship at the Seminary. He
also rves as cochairman <>f the
Committee for the Greater Semi-
nary, of which he is a founder.
STOCKHOLM (JTA> -Diplo-
matic sources close to Ambassa-
dor Gunnar V. Jarring have ex-
pressed the View that the IN
special envoy's flight to Jerusa-
lem last week at the Invitation
of the Israel government was a
gi sture ol independi n< i from
Big Four pressure.
Dr.* Jarring, who also serves
as Sweden's Ambassador to
Mcscow, reportedly resents the
constant pressure exerted by the
Four Pow is. who are said to
attempting to influence his de-
cisions on where to go. how to
react to situations and what to
say in official statements. He in-
sists on his right to choose his
own methods and the site of his
contacts with the disputing par-
ties, it was reported
According to these informants.
Dr. Jarring was on the verge of
ri signing at one i>oint. because
he ft It he was not licing given
B chance to exercise his own
initiative within his mandate
from the Security Council. He
Intends to maintain his indepen-
dence, and expects it to make
his efforts more effective in the
future, the sources said.
The United States, meanwhile
expressed "great satisfaction"
over the discussions conducted
by Dr. Jarring with Israeli offi-
cials and called the proposals
he brought back to be transi
ted to the Arab states "a gi
step forward." A copy of I
proposals was sent to Washii --
ton bv Dr. Jarring.
Dr. Jarring's Middle Easl \
ais to have forced the A
states to change their tactii
Their previous efforts have \>
... rx d al getting the U.N. S -
curity Council to force Isra
compliance with Resolution 2 :
as they Interpret it. a move t
would have meant an attempt t
force Israel to agree to wil
draw from the occupied X-
tories prior to a peace treaty.
Israel's proposals will have I .
be disclosed at a Security Co
cill meeting, and the Arab
tions realize they will be put
a very bad light if they re,
them, officials said. In any cr-.
by accepting thi' Israeli ;
pi sals, the Arabs will get b at least some of their lost t
ritory.
Egypt's refusal to extend I
ct ase-fire beyond the Feb. 5
deadline does not necessai
mean a renewal of fighting
the Sue/ Canal zone, its pn -
dent. Anwar Sadat, declared -'
public rally Monday. He accu.- t
Israel and the United States of
spreading false propaganda a.'",
of try'iR 1 "blackmail" Fg; I
into making concessions.
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Friday. January 15," W?l
Methods Of Individualized UA-IEF Dinner At
Morton Towers Is
Instruction Are Introduced ^ ^ u
Dr. Jam,, E. Smith, Jr.. of Edu- Agency has also met with educa-
tional directors oi the Jewiin
sch ioU to discuss the Jewish Agen-
cy program of teacher e*
for Israel.
The program hopeftilri will re-
i,i tng 11.- qualified teachers
to Miami and is one approach to
he solution ol the difficult prob-
lem of recruiting qualified teach-
rs for the Jewiefa schools in the
nmunity.
a,- K-iati s. Ft. Laud,
i i o working with local V
tucational din ctors to Intro-
duce methods ol n I rid tall led in
S1 :.,-, m in Hie Jewish scho >. a '-
c irdin to Le m d Zllhert
gfn\ >r the Bureau at Jewish
on.
': .. full-day .- 5S ons h ive al-
hel I under Dr. Smith's
dire I >n al 1 rniple Sinn:. Holly-
| i irthi r '[ irts
will be m "i-. only to intro-
duce this hodol >gy In the
schools, but ila i to publish new
materials needed for ii ilized
instruction In the Jewish *ch
M Miriam P. Schmei l t, e lu-
catioral direct >r oi Tern] le Sinai,
i : ng as chi ii m n of the s *
_ .., vvh eh ", c itional dire itors >; B->th Davi I
CJoi tion, Beth Torah Con-
.., \ i lemy, Hil'i I
,- ... i>;- Scl ol Kne eth
Israel, Temple Emanu-El, Miami
Beach, T mole Beth Shalom,
Hollywood, Temple Beth Sholom.
Mi .-,j r.. ,.,, Temple Em inu-E',
rt. : nd rd I'e, Tern' M no *
and Temple Jud -a are ; artici]
ing.
Educational Series
Wiil Be Conducted
By Rabbinical Assn.
R ')! i Sol Lane .a ol Beth David,
has .'' i that
the G"ea1 M R al As-
| in u ]| induct an e luc i-
o"i! -' 'i on Judaism ''t the
\'tre nun.' Academy beginning
"This w II "" first
[ram in South Florida and wtll
prve to hrins; hett"r understand-
,:: of the lewlsh faith to young
vxc-Ip of the Citlv.!c :
Ral bi l .andau said,
The eighth annual meeting <>
M ton Towers residents on be-
half of the Greater Ml mi Jewish
!-. loration's l-'7' Comb'ned Jew-
ish A^p^yggacl Emergency Fund
paign has een s lieduM for
Tw sday, Jan. 26, H has been an-
nounced M ire Hi in pers in
>iv expected to atl 'nd the 6 p.m.
dinner al the Morto i Towers K >-
lurant. which w ill be closed I i
the publk that v ning.
Mrs. Emanuel Mentz. will b-
fair; Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritu-
al leader if Temple Emanu-El,
will be tl r for the
Cochairmen for the "
Towers CJA.-IEF i moaign in-
|e: N -i !'" I ling M i ris ai I
Florence Mlnov and Sam Norkeen;
-:., Hi B I B -i ii 1 Bertha
M r cus and Emanuel Mentz. C -
.,. i!, ; ,:'. srn m, Mr,
and Mrs. Morris Grauer, Mr. and
Mrs Jack M ,- ind M"-
Faek Mi and Mr. ind Mrs
Willie Smith.
Looking over the check for an ambulance in Israel donato-l
by the Radomer Relief Club cf Greater Miami through fee
Israel Histadrut Council of South Florida are. -left to right
Dr. Michael Sossin, Histadrut president; Max Hilzenradl and
Louis Fine. Radcmer Club executive comm.ttee members,
and Joseph Goldberg, club president. The Miami Beach-
heariquarteied Radomer Relief Club celebrated its Cha:
(18th) anniversary by contributing the funds for a a
cmbulci.ee which will be attached to the South Flroid i
Medical Center at Beeiohcta. now being constructed by
Histadrut in Israel.
Brotherhood Seminar Set
Tho Mort in Towi s CJ \-lKi'
. nclude! '. '' Anker.
Mr. and Mrs, Louis .' i ns in M
The Assoe'at'on's executive vW Bertha Berkm Bss:e
r. Bura :k, Mrs. Cyr D me. M -
Jr>RterM mi J w- Barbara Finkel, Bettj Frank, Al-
A permanent.....
appoint -l i 'I lefinit" are is
of i- ,' vidnall nstr i
to begin the n cessary prepara- .,, Fed ration's Community Chap-1 ice Freeman, Martha Gitter, Marj
i; ,- ; i mm of new |.,-v gpn .-, co- Glassman, Mina Gl :man C ira
matei diatine the nroTram and ar- Goldberg, Leah
the schi dulo Rnd I Istein, 3ea Gol '.vorn, M
'or the participating rabbit Delia Gr^ner. )-:--
Mr. an I Mrs Israel H-irl
T",,, 1^.... ..... ,. ,| ., -,jr<
will include Rabbi M n A. Kip- Also. Mrs, Fanny Houti, Miry
Temote Judr-i, w'oi Jaffe, Mr and Mrs. Kamin-
skv, Mr. and Mrs S ti D Mir
Dr. H. H. Pters,
Univeisit f .Miami D
part mi nl w ill :'" ak on T
Huei ce i I Judaism on
hi- Su i
ikly Sundaj brea
th- -,n
I | i El In
' .
! Ith Ave.. H "d, it
n Israeli, who is c ,:-,"' d
-., ith the Department of Educa-
and Culture ,,f the Jew sh
Rabbi Msir Sch'.esinger, dean
oi the Yeshivat Shaalvim in
Israel, who is in America for
a six wpfk stay will be visit-
ing Miami for several days
beginning Friday. He is tour-
ing many Jewish communi-
ties in an e'fort to recruit
American Yeshiva High
School graduates to spend a
veer studying in Israel.
,f Jewish I.'v": R boi 1
hrman Tew Emanu-El
" Concepts of J'jdilsm;" Rabbi S i!
' nnda'i, Bern David Omerega-
Hon. "Jiida sm's Vi .. the In-
iivi lual"; Rabbi Max A. I ipsc'iitz
'" th T irah Cot fh
;., ..,.,,,;..- Rahbl M yer v branv
'wi'T. Temr'e M inorah, "Mod rn
.'; Rabbi Josnh R V r it.
""'"";>',' Israel of Greater Mi mi,
"The Four Pillars of J daiam;
' > M -> Israel an I :' -.li":
': I i Sol imon Sch ff, Director,
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"Cyc'e of Jewish Holi-
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Ner Tamid, "Lifi i
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Mr. and Mrs or Sh
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Judge Goodman Visits
Indians In New Mexico
Criminal Couri Judge Murray codes and ordinances and treaties,
oodmar visited with the Apaahe. I as well as appropriate require-
Goodm
Viuinni Kin ..*-" --------- ------- --
Navah > md Pueblo tribes of New merits. The Rill of Rights in the
United States' Constitution must

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JUDGE /MURRAY COOOMA.V
o last weekend as par! of
joint Justice Departri
[ndlan Courts project to
h hi- n is n centIj named as
; n !: in m I w ith Rob-
nnett, former Commis-
Indian Affairs who Is
"t v Director ol the Indian
i V ter at the University of
. i, and a research team
I : mat y purp ise is the pro-
n Ind I 'o irt "'
Procedure Manuel" for
i t>| ; lian Courts in
with the Civil Rights
ol i968 v.hlch was ; ssed
! th Congress.
I ireaa "| nccrn in this
t arc varying tribal cus-
t- ;ial Coftstit itions, tribal
be applied and shall be male a
part c>r the technical documents
to be pi iduce l by the partici*
pants in this project.
"IVrause of the u-'-i'I! d tt T-
ences which exist with reg ird to
\c0H syfrflds Tn tin- flaflbifl tri
mr nation, some being religious
in character," .Juti*;*- Goodman said,
"the task of creating a unified
' system is most diccicult.
I low.nor, in my opinion, this i-
secondary to tli" necessity of mi-
nlementing the basic const u-
tional civil rights which have
been granted to th" Indian >
pic of our country. It appears not
to be generally known, hut citizen-
ship was formerly extend?d to all
Indians by the Federal Govern-
ment and they are entitled to all
the rights and privileges of citi-
zens."
Judge < ioodm in, \ ce ch tirman
of the Florid i Bar C On
me and Delinquency and a
member of the Florida Bar Cr mi-
nal Court Committee ilso serves
on the Dado County B Associa-
tion Criminal Courts Committ
< tn I is current presi lent of the
Mi imi 1 lion.
Civil Rights Leader
First Forum Speaker
5-A
FATHER EDWARD FtANNERY
THE
RAVIOLI
SMILE
REAL
ITALIAN
TAAM,
[hat's what gets the srri'es
htn you serve Chef Boy-
Ir-Dee* Cheese Ravioli. Kids
link it's party food. So what
Ravioli? Well, it's like
lachtasty little ir-aca-
it pies with zippy cheese
the midd'e. Then sim-
red in thick tomato and
ecse sauce. M-m-m it's a
echayeh! Only about 20c
Jr serving.
Hillel Director At U-M
Attends 3-Day Conference
Rabbi Stanley Rlngler, director
ol the Hillel program at the Uni-
versity of Miami, attended the just
concluded three-day conference of
Hillel directors from the eastern
half of the United Stales and Can-
ada meeting at the B'nai B'rith
Hi'. 1- 1 Found ition of the Univer-
sity of Pennsylvania in Philadel-
phia.
'1 he in di 'd it s who were | in --
ent i" ik stock ol many facets of
the current campus situation. In-
n m lay w i- the keynote if the
md numerous sub-
exchanged viewpoints on ideologi-
cal, programmatic, and institu-
!. ii ssue ronft intin the Jew-
ish community and Jewish stud nts.
B yard Rustin, one of the na-
tions foremost civil rights lei
will open the seventh annual for-
um series ol Temple Beth Am on
Sunday. Feb. 14, Barton Udell,
president of the South Dade con-
gregation, h;-.~ announced.
Authoi Albert Vorspan, who
serves as national chairman of
the World Without War, Council
will sneak at Beth Am March 7.
The thud program if the series
is schi duled for April 13, and
will fe iture Father faldward Flan-
ncry, the prominent Catholic
Clergyman who authored the hook
"Anguish of the .lews" An eve-
| ning Of Israeli entertainment May
9 will round out the series spon-
sored by the synagogue as part of
its cultural and tine arts program.
Mr. Ruskin, executive director
of the A. Philip Randolph Insti-
tute, headed a national commit-
tee of ill ick m Hierates which pub-
lished advertisements in support
of the St it.' of Israel during th
current Middle Easl Tlsis
Arrested 24 times in the strug-
gle in de\ e;\:! rights for u II
Air. i i.- in. he v. is d -puty ri
,i the h stot i m irch in Washing-
ton in II '". an I headed the mas-
sive march in Memphis following
the do ith ol M irtin Luther King.
I-" ith !' nm j book detailing
23 centuries of antl-Semitisn Is
the firs! history ol anti-Semil sm
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Friday. January IS, 1971
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Mrs. Goldstein Accepts
Division Chairmanship
rs. Sol Goldstein has accepted i der-president of the Council of
cha manship of the "Tele-j United Fund Women; Mi- GoM-
on Opportunities Unlimited stein for two years served is
president of the t .deration oi
Jewish Women.
Organizations to which Mrs.
, Golds in Lends her efforts also in-
((:...! n n io.~ University. B'naj
nVith N :: "C.l of Jewish"
Mftwen and +tm>-4mmm AuxiMMi
Jew ish Home tor the Aged
servos on the Nati mal
ol Worn 'n'-
.. the Coun :il
i Welfi re

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: ie prosid -nfc I
\ ur.d
i nation j lite i discussi in
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: the United Syn i|
of Ameri
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MKS. SOL GOLDSTEIN
Division" of the 1971 Combined
Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Fund campaign of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation. Joseph
H. Kanter, general chairman, has
announced.
"Tele-Person will reach out to
the many thousands of persons in
Greater Miami and will relate the
role and the needs of the Federa-
tion and its annual CJA-IEF cam-
paign to them" Mr. Kanter said.
"It will thus afford them an op-
portunity to lend their much-
needed supi>ort to this humanitar-
ian effort.
"We are most fortunate to have
Goidie Goldstein accept this chal-
lenging task; with her talent for
organization and her know-how I
look forward to this division rais-
ing many dollars for the cam-
paign," Mr. Kanter commented.
According to Milton Weiss. Fed-
eration's president, every Jewish
organization and agency in Great-
er Miami will be called upon bj
this division to increase its in-
volvement in this effort.
Mrs. Goldstein's appointment as
chairman of the Tele-Person Divi-
sion, is another in a long list of
civic duties. Presently serving as
associate secretary of the Federa-
l's Board of Directors, she Is a
i president of the Sisterhood
of Temple Emanu-El and a foun-
Committee Meets
Aboard Yacht For
Planning Session
The planning committee of the
Sisterhood of Temple Emanu-El
win meet aboard Michael Taines'
yacht 'Castle I" Monday, at 10:30
a.m.. Mrs. Al Fodvin, president of
the Sisterhood, has announced.
Thus meeting will be held to
launch .the "Wonderful World of
Art 71," exhibit to be held at the
nple, 1701 Washington Ave on
Friday. Sat'ird iy and Sunday. Feb.
5-7. from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and the
auction which will ta!<" place be-
ing at 2 p.m. on .Sunday.
William Haber of the William
Haber Gallery of New York will
duel the show, which will fea-
ture important oils, gouaches, i-
ter colors and lithogi iphs,
ing to Mrs. Fodvin. Mrs. Sherman
Kaplan and Mrs. Harry Levj have'
been named as chairmen of nat-
rons; Mrs. William Pite and Mrs
Leonard Friedland will serve as
cochairmen of the Art Auction.
Mrs. Friedland is vice presid it
in charge of cultural arts for the
Temple Sisterhood.
The Committee will also In-
clude the M-'sd 'mrs He l"ri Buch-
w.ald, Lester Mishcon, Max Din;s-
man, Bernard D. Kaplan, Fredric
Miller. Louis Rttnkn, Jack Bash
and Peter F. Heller.
All proceeds of h th'-.
event will go towards the B'loport
of the Lebrman Day School, it was
announced.
Happenings
Ground was broken last week
for the Calder Memorial Libr-
ary of the University of Miami
School of Medicine. U-M presi-
dent Dr. Henry King Stanford
and medical school dean Enianu-
el M. Tapper officiated at the
brief ceremony on the sit" nl
the S2 million facility &i 1601
NW 10th Ave.. across the street
from the school's Medical Re-
search and Rosentiel Basic
Sciences buildings. In the Medi-
cal Center surrounding Jacks m
Memorial Hospital, where the
Medical Librarv under direction
of Mrs. Mildred C. I-angner. pres-
ently is housed.
ft it &
Dr. Arthur Wetland, one of
America's outstanding Ortho-
pedic Surge ins, received the Rob-
ert Pentland Jr. Award at the
recent Variety <'Hil> of (ireater
Miami installation dinner. The
award is given annually by R->l-
i-rt Pentland Jr. chairman of the
board ol Variety Children's Hos-
pital, to individuals who have
helped the hospital in an out-
standing manivr.
Alaska Democrat Is
Banquet's Speaker
One of the nation's foremost
leaders In the growing fight
igainsl p llution of America's nat-
ural reaonrces. U.S. Senator Mike I
Gravel (D. Alaska), will be the
principal speaker at the Feb. 17 j
banquet of the Israel Histadrul
Foundation in Miami Beach.
The dinner function al Me1 PotV-
talm bleau Hot -1 v ill climax the
three day sixth annual national I
j Mai-\\*fh'fe'r,l*mTeWv of the HiS-
ut Foundation. More than I
mi through 'ut the
r, te i States, Ca ida L itin
Ame i d Israel wi! pate
ii the coi i\
nt of Sen. Gi
i.....i i '
-
:
luti in who as
Miat pie B,uh
Sholom.
Sen. Gr iv '. who h is led a v\
cessful campaign to conserve Alas-
kan resourc 's on t> >t :i a state
national level is the s m of French-
Canadian immigrants. Born in I
Springfieli. Mass.. he was elected
to the Senate in 1988 at the age
of .IS.
The 1971 Combined J3wish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund
campaign of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation was Ihe
recipient this week oi a gift of $50,000 from Nathan Jacobs
and his partner. Benjamin Kaufman, who made the contri-
bution in honor of Larry Paskow of the Harbor Island Spa.
Pictured above are Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Jacobs at the
Haibor Island Soa. _____________
John T. Wiley has been named
to succeed J. S. Hudson as as-
sistant vice president of South-
sm Bell's South Florida area.
Direclcr of the company's pub-
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for several years, he will now
be responsible for various South
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Pag 2 5-B
Mrs. Goldstein Is Guest
Speaker At Board Meeting
Mrs. M S. Cohen, prei.i^nt of
>.q Florida BnneVi of National
A'omen's League h:i< annOUl Cod
f the United Jewish Appeal of
i i iter Now York. A past chair-
man of its Women's Division, s*ie
is currently i member of its
Ca i not.
Trustee-
Benefactor
I Luncheon
"A dream is worth dying for
only if It's worth living for and
qivinc lor. aid it is our historic
and moral obligation to make that
' d:oiim worth living for to those
1 who believe it is worth dying for."
Mrs. Jerome Kipnis, who this y ai
his accepted responsibility as
Chairman of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation's Women's D'-
-. Ision Combined Jewish Appeal-
israci Emergency Fund campaign,
has declared.
Her husband, Louis E. Golds'j
has served as a mender of the
Nafona! Advis iry Counc 1 ol Small
Busint -~ A Imin str ition by ap-
point nenl of Pres dents .1 >hn F.
K '! e I' m I '. m B. Johns ';
during ; irei r
A viva Group \\ ill
Hear Dr. Liswood
MSS.4W.tSt. GOtDSUiN
th it t'-.- Branch's fir*1 boa<*d meot-
| .lend u- via-- 1971 will
be held ..t Bet'i Tuah Congrega-
. 1031 N '' mi Bea :h B'vd.,
,,i io a.Ttt Thursday .1 in. 21.
II ;,.i. In?
he Mrs. Lo s
pres;dent <>:
Wo r.'s I. n
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The I Seminar I '
: | 1 N 1 "1 '1
,' i mc if tV >ln1 D's'ributi in
On.....iltt**' the Board '>f Directors
of l"n ted Is-el Appeal of Greater
V,.v Vo-V. th> R>ard of Tnist-'<-s
"Sexu Ha mony In M irr
is the subject I I db z iss d he-
ron South 11 de I! idas h lea lers
by Dr. Rebecca Lrswood, Interna-
tionally renowned Nfu V--k phy-
sic in wh I .1 Zi -'in Ma~r <<-
<'. Pre-marital Counseling who
will address thi Aviv i GrOup-1
members an I their tui^hands at]
8 p.m Monday,al Kiots Bap YacbJ
and Country CTirT Mrs." Mi I
; t/. ni"< d "i of the Aviva Group
has announced-.
Dr. Lisivoorr, fire e-e-ut v
ir Of the Ma-r:a-> C*itn**/inr i
Servic Qmiec New V-i'k. is
mthor of "A Marriage del >\
5; ik? Her "1 n rl Vfo "" S Kr nd
the reo nt'j nubltsncd bk "F
for t :ir Happy Mam
Dr. Lis*v?nd. the i \
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itate ; \ I- : nnd '',- ne
nil! has si!.., i
'I >\. Jpnr
i: : r Mlk '.
h a
Mrs. Kipnis and a d'stinstuishH
group of Greater Miami Jewish
community leaders this iek em-
barked on unique effort to he p
heir fellow .lews in Israel: worn n
from throu ;h ml Dade County
wi..... in\ Iti to tten 1 Thursday's
Tru<: e-1 net iel >r Ijinchcon. at
Ihe h >me of Mrs Jtil us R
where Trustees > HI m ik i ^"'.'l
minimum contr'bution and Bene
:,'! in Bl ll isl 51,000.
A.i a r ci nl c i title meet'n
t< 11 al th home ol Mrs. Julius
Rosen, Mrs. Kipnis announced thai
there an presently 14 Trustees
She anticipates al least M womer
becoming Trustees nnd il least
'' 0 joining as B :v id n -. she
said.
Women from throughout the community were to gather ct
the home of Mrs. Julius Rosen Thursday for the Truste-:--
Bsnefactor Luncheon of the 1971 Combined Jewish Appec'.-
Israel Emergency Fund campcign. Benefactors will con-
tribute a minimum qift cf SI,000 and Trustees S5.000 to the
campaign. Frcm left to light are Mrs. Louis Davidson. Mr;.
Ruth Yablick, Mrs. Rosen and Mrs. Jerome Kipnis, chair-
man of the Women's Division of the CJA-1EF drive.
Deborah Chapter's Benefit Luneheou
David Schoenbrun, guest com-
mentator for ABC News and for
the National Educational Tele-
vision Network, will he the guest
speaker at the luncheon. A high-
light of the event wi'l h. the pres-
entation of i unique Trustee Cer-
tificate, inscribed "Honor not a
ivoman for her possessions; hon!r
her for the right use she makes
<>f them "
'I h I in ati r Miami < "ha;>t< r ol
i k bo ah El ispital Is sponsoring it
mnu: i "Have a ii' arl to Save a
i', art" lunchi on in the Edi n Ra
H itp] Tuesday, Feb. 9, Mrs. F
IVahl, i ha 'U i president, has an-
notinci d. Proceeds from this n
i b n i.. II r the Ni w Jersey
Institution which pr. vides frei
lical care for the unfortunati
victims ol heart and luim disi as.
l.i lian Ml n will i% serv-
ing as chairman of the day; the
arrangements committee is hear, d
bj Ann Strongin and Ann Sherry,
assisted by So; hie Jacobs and Ci
KlaQsf ir.
Sir.Rer-eomedlennr Vivian Llo"d
is sehi dull d to presi nt her brand-
new act as part of the afternoon's
nti rtainmi nl; the l inehi on
mittee has also an i.....
prizi s to be given.
Tick, is and n sei >. ioi s ii
mation is available throuf..
Strongin and Ann Sherry.
Ahavat Shalom Activities
A general but-.itss meeting l
"e hi ! Sisteihood of Ahavat Shalom i
.ii gation; the film "Let My I'
i; is pai i ni the temi le's Sat
lav e\< iiiriLr entertainment and
:n shm< nt program this wei I
so. The youth club im i ta i
S mdav at 6:45 p.m. in tlie ten
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Friday. January 15, 1971
Judy Kulansky Named
USY Vice President
Judy Kulanskv. now a resident
or North Miami Beach and affiliat-
ed with Both Torah C< ngvegatkm.
was elected second vice president
el the 25,800-memWr International
UnHad Synanopiu- Youh*ajaniza-
tion of the Com Tvatlve moveim nt
last week at it-; national eonvon-
lion.
Some Hve years ago, Judy, then
living in the small Jewish com-
munity of Hunt vill Ala., attend- |
ed her first USY Regional con-
clave, and became so motivated
that she began I > study Hebrew
on her own. and to observe Jewish
rituals. Lat' r at the US? Leader-
ship Training Institute in Hen-
densonville, N.C., Judj was elected
;. 11 gional officer.
s. eking to ile< pen her Jewish
commitment, Judy, who learned
about a Hebrew speaking camp
being conducted by Philip Arian,
educational directoi i Temple Is-
rael. Albany, NX. applied for ad-
mission and v is accepted. She
I Till an entire summer in that
atmosphere and at its conclusion.
realizing that she must have a
more intensive Jewish education,
she contacted Rabbi Ajexandi r
S. Gross of the Hebrew Acadeim
and was accepted in the Girls High
School. A special individualized
program enabled her to catch up
with the school's regular curri-
culum.
Judy, who is now in the 13th
grade of the Girls High School.
was elect, d Regional President of
the Southeastern Region of the
I SV and award, d a scholarship
on USV Israel Pilgrimage last
\iuich. She spent MM summer in
Ni;., 1 and returned to the Girls
High School and leadership of
younger USY'ers at Temple Ner
Tamid.
Albert Slomowitz. Herbert Schi-
tnek and Danny Pearlman. mem-
' bers of the Beth Torah Congrega-
lion Chapter of ATID. the college,
age organization <>f the United
Synagogue of America were among
those who attended the annual
National Convi ntion in Atlanta.
GU last week. More than 100 dele-
gates from all over the United
States participated In discussi ns
m Jewish identity. Soviet Jewry,
Women's Liberation and increas- j
ed commitment on the part of the
college age student to Jewish
living.
The ATID Chapter of Beth
Torah, which meets every Wed-
nesday evening is one of the larg- \
. st in the nation. Its leadership ,
conducts programs of cultural, re-1
ligious and sccial interest, and'
very second week. Rabbi Stanley
Weiss, advisor, meets with the
group to discuss the relationship
of Judaism to social issues of to- :
day's society. Herbert Schimek, its
president recently enlisted in the i
Air Force. A new President will
be el. eti i by the group next week.
YMHA Slates 2nd Annual
Jewish Cooking Contest
YM-YWHA of Greater Mi-
ami's second annual Jewish Cook-
ing C'ntest. Sunday, Jan. 31, is
g sponsored I y the Golden Age
ndship Club al the Central
Y. 8500 SW 8th St. The contest
is open to all senior citizens in the
. munity. Thej are Invited to
prepare their i vorite dishes from
challah to streudel and cholent to
mes.
There ar only four contest
rules to follow: 1) prepare quan-
t ty for al least four. 2' V.
i: d name must ,nc submitted be-
fore contest. 31 Food must lie pre-
pared at home but may be heated
al the "Y." 4i Ingredients must
be kosher. Ther *ill be a first
second and third prize in each
. I iry. For further details call
YMHA Senior (
, n Advisor.
The YM-YWHA of Greater M -
b special all-il iv
outing for eli m ntary school
i Y mi m icrs 11st thro igh
Jan. 22, a
at
at
.....
i th erad- -1
I ij
Tii nble
the Central '">.' and depart
10 a.m. for Crand m Park, wh
I -. v i'l visit the i pat t Icipat <
i Scavei !!" '"i bar-b-
ig : itkm f this
be made by calling June Fi d
or Harreen Bertisch at the "Y "
The Yowi Singli Adults Club
of the YM-YWHA of Greater Mi-
has extended an invitation to
young single adults, aees Jl to .'53
to toin them at the'r Social Com-
mittee meeting at the "Y" Tbm-s-
day, .Tm. 21. at 8:30 p.m. to help
plan the February and March
calendar,
N> \i on the January calendar
fur the gro'ip s the "Mae Wesl
Night at 8 n n. Thursday, Jan.
2H in 'he Golden Key Room. This
will be an evening of Mae Wesl
\\A' Fields films with refresh-
ments Included. For further infor-
mation on events and programs of
the YMHA's Young Single Adults
Club call Ralph Tillman, Phil Ro-
sen, or Arnie Feiner.
Jack Gold, Public Relatioi Di-
rector al the YM-YWHA of Gr. at-
er Miami, will review the book
"Joys "f Yiddish" by Leo Roster.
for the Temple Beth Am Sister-
hood at 9:30 a. n. Thursday. Jan.
21 in the home of Corinne EHins,
I 64:50 Ch ipman Field Dr.
Book Review And Soeial
Scheduled by Sisterhood
The Sisterhood of Temple Sinai
of North Dado has scheduled a
review of living Wallace's book,
"The Seven Minutes" during its
regular 8 p.m. meeting Wednesday
in the temple's social hall, foil iwed
bv a social hour hosted by the
Naomi Cii
Morton Abram, Associate J
ol tie Pembroke Pai k Munii
Court, and president of Ti
Beth El, Hollywood, for thi
;\\ i > .us. ill present th
review for the Sisterhood, ol
Mrs. Philip l eiderman is pn
While Elephant Sale
Uneoln Chapter 1288 B'i ai
r.'rith Women, will hold a White
Klephant Sal.- Wednesday begin-
ning at 1 p.m. in the 100 Line iln
Road Club Room. The public is
Invited.
YIVO FORUM
Saturday, Jan. 16, 8 P.M.
Temple Beth Sholom
4144 Chase Ave. M.B.
Guest Speaker:
PROf. SAUL GOODMAN
Subject: H Leivick,
Yiddish Poet"
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Each individual chicken is inspected by a U. S. Govern-
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Each individual chicken is inspected and checked, in-
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According to Orthodox Law. each chicken is soaked for
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Friday, January 15, 1971
+Je#lsl) fh>rM8ain
Page 7-B
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Jow officers of Variety Cfub ot Greater Miami, Tent 33;'
%!.elude, (left to right) Victor Levin, first assistant chief
sarker; Abe Gurevitz, chief barker; Paul Galbut, second
Sa.ssittant chief barker; and Edward Melniker, dough guy.
SMavor Sieve Clark of Dade County installed them at a
sM.ami Springs Villas dinner Saturday night
I Mavor Clark Installs
I Variety Club's Slate
Temple Zion Fund
Raising Exhibition
And Auction Is Set
Th 'i ic'iibil and
\ m-i ion v ; i wil ; hel S it'ir-
i <\ .: in, i
'! I!er ll.V. v ill h coi lu ted by
V.J., .' i krowi hi i ;'i '!! t1!?
Unite I State ir fund n isii : art
met on \ I i in U I re i and
I'ikiinjes will be provided at no
A v i- ni valued over $10')
\i'l bo given away as i r
irize, Original o!l paintings, wa-
tercolors, etchings, lithographs,
k ilpti r lev elrj. tapi st ries, and
iriental rugs, many by famous
irti.sts. will be incl'ided in tha
luction: their authenticity is
uaranteed.
An K p.m. patrons hour, with
champagne nunch. a continenta'
lessen buffet and music by the
GuUlermos Trio will precede
the 9 p.m. auction. Larry King
i will attend aa an honorary patron.
;t w.is announced.
5-A
lOftn
Discursing final arrangements for Saturday evening's Tem-
ple Zion Art Auction, are (left to right) Bonna Ilellman, Tiara
jaren, chairman of the event, Judi Schweitzer, and Edythe
Cannon, who serves as president of the Sisterhood, which
is sponsoring it.
vri hotel in Abe Gurevil t
he new ch I irker of Variety
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Mrs Neil Miller won the "Great
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Mrs. Edward-Mehniker, Mrs. Ben
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. Donald and Esther Rubin, two of the most
tationing" people, are back na Caribbean
: uise, (The only thing thai Esther doesn't like
out vacal ons Is having to p ek.i This time, il
,,s so cold thai Bhe could hardly wail to go
through customs when they land I thai she
>uld lake oul h coal whi n their bags were
- n< i, They hat -such faces, though,
. had i i
:
I HE PxiiERS
I always lo >k forw ird to the .....ard
,-. all "i the Un : rs Caryl, Harold, Wendy,
I verly, St. phen, Arthur in I Nancy. T
came on a postcard which read "Shopping in
n lerful Copenhagen," in I lid Caryl
leading the shopping spree, n told
hai everybody else had done and where they
vere, and ended by saying that they wore pray-
g for peace throughout the world as the 1971
calendar is unfurled.
THE "AFTER SCHOOL HOt'SE"
Use Simonhoff sent a card designed by Elaine
Threkranz for the benefit of the 'After School
House." which opened its doors last September
In South Miami and is an inspiration to other
Communities. The children come in after school
and pick out their own activity or just have
- jmeone to talk to. The children adore it. and
o do the adult and teenage volunteers.
BRI*NCH AT JUNIOR'S
All of those little rolls at Junior's Restaurant
ere gnat for all the grandchildren as well as
the older folks when Max. A. Schwartz of Mi-
ami Beach entertained 15 for brunch Sunday.
Esther and Sidney Schwartz had their whole
family visiting them.And when Papa and Mama
Berger went home, their children, Jan. Louis and
Johnathon, staved on for a few more days. (They
l an extra day in Florida, In fact. Their plane
aces
c >i;ldn't leave the Miami airport, because it
couldn't land in Chicagotoo much snow.- But
, ;,! back to the brunch and who was there:
Mi and Mrs. Herbie Mintz and their grand-
Iren; Mrs. Adelaide Ruby and her grand-
: and Mrs. Hose Feinstein whose grand-
Children snowbound and not able to at(
Ethel Nagler was in seventh heaven. 0r grind-
from London, England ipent two
ks with her. Of c k'l"'-
n were perfectly well behaved.
TO MEET THEIR PBIEND8
Dr. and Mrs. Irwln Makovsky had
buff, t in h nor of their son Randy's engagement
,. Bettj Listhaus, of Brooklyn, N.Y. A double
eel bration. as it was abo Betty's 20th birthday,
it was held in the Social Hall of Beth Israel
Synagogue. The tables were in gold with tall
tapers surrounded by flowers and Chanukah
candles. Among the guests were Randy's sister
and her family. Rabbi and Mrs. Arthur Schneir
and their children from New York. Dr. and Mrs.
Milton Goldman. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Makovsky.
Rabbi and Mrs. Berel Wein, Dr. Philip Samet,
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Goldman, Mr. and Mrs.
Edmondo Rosenberg. Dr. and Mrs. Alexander
Rosenberg. Rabbi and Mrs. Milton Simon. Mr.
and Mrs. Hynian Kolko. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice
Goldberg, Reverend and Mrs. Lehrfield. Mr. and
Mrs. Irv Shenke and their children. Also at the
delightful party were Dr. and Mrs. Sanford
Levine, Dr. and Mrs. Morton Kom. Mrs. Paul
Kosner and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Barr. Randy's,
as well as his parents friends were among the
guests.
Making preparat.ons for the Temple Zion Men s Clubs
Father-Child Banquet Sunday. Jan. 31, in the temple s Soci :.
Hall are (from left) Louis Park. Marshall Schweitzer, Leonora
Selkowitz, chairman cf the event, and Rubin Leder.nan.
president of the Men's Club.
Miami Beach Chapter Of Hadassah
Book Review, Group Meetings Set
J-ran XJ,
.
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The Miami Beach C hapter of
Hadassah will meet at 1:30 p.m.
Monday In the Algiers Hotel for a
review <;f the book "The His,- and
Fall of American Jewish Litera-
ture." j>y authors Charli Angofl
and Meyer Levin, which will be
presented by Dr. Louis Schwartz-
man, executive director ol the Bu-
reau of Ji wish Ed atii n. Mrs.
Sh rman East. Ch rpter pi
announced.
of the Bo k Revii
Seii which i- un,'.. i I
Iivini S
ai... d foi Hadass in l
it in Servici s
I. R. Goodman Oronp ii
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in the ''
il 753 Washii I
se| li Lhi lich will lei I n
The iv.ii;. of Ann Frank "
Lillian Chabner is president.
Eddie Cantor Oronp will heai
i ri view ol "The K< nncdj Worn-
n" by Sophie Primak at it- 12 30
p m. 'i hursday, Jun, 21 lui
:.. ting In the Fi nia m bli a i Ho-
Pn sidi nt: Mis Shirlej Gn i
demolition work was completed this week on the old build-
r.q across the street from the Hebrew Academy of Greater
Miami's main campus at 2400 Pine Tree Dr., Miami Beach.
Construction will begin shortly on a new S600.000 junior
ond senior high school facility to be built on the site.
Sisterhood Art Show
\inl Sale Scheduled
The s ond annu il Art Show
and insorcd by the M ill
Kahaner Sisterhoi d ol Beth Torah
Congregation will be held in the
temple's social hall from 10 a.m
to 6 p.m. S inday, Jan. 24. Paint
lugs and hand signed lithographs
b} such famous artists as Chagall,
Picasso, Dali, Jansem and Libei-
man will W- featured in the exhibit.
There will be a private showing
of the entire collection for "Pa-
li, ns of the Arts" at a champagne
buffet supp scheduli l for ;i p.m.
Saturday, Jan. 23. Patron reserve- Yid I sh pi
The Eye-Bank Card Partv an
Luncheon of the Plaza *o droop
will be held in the building's r.'
nation loom at noon Mond.T.
in 25, Mrs. Rose Kopel, pr*s
dent, has announced.
The Morton Towers Group W
! its Eye Bank luncheon
ing in the Algiers Hotel M. n
fan. 25, at noon. Proc da
ieln care for pat ients s
ferine from eye I I
. i', nti i u
I lent I Oronp ha
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m ir.cled.' a
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>i ganizat ion l......i Maisi I, ; ri
tvil i evk w Deborah v.'
I., >k ii ;? is Mj H
it he 11:30 a m. lum
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Hotel
Prof. Saul Goodman To Open Yivo
Forum Lecture Series At Beth Shclom
Prufessoi Soi Iman i no- Sh Ion M iml Beach.
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Friday.: January:: 15. 1971
+JewistiHor*Mar}
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HELEN MACUN
Helen Mugun Engaged
To Steven J. ^ idzer
Mr. nnd Mrs. J ick M ig in. 544
Cui i:un Ave. Coral Gables, have
anrvuM : the sng igemenl of
th>::- '... jghtes Helen, to Steven
Joel wkfrer? Wf ion <>f Pr nrl
Mrs !; \si1/.-.- of Shaker
\\- -hi.'.' Ohlij.il'he wedding dale
has U t n -> t fair June 19.
The I,, .il.-eleet. the 1%8 Salu-
tatori'i of f">ral c.ii)!.-; Senior
High Schao|, is a student at North-
utiern University, where -he is
on n..... ':-
graduate cf Shaker Heights High
Sell r i I i i in IO.i
P o n Medical I I tl >n at
Northu if ii Unit 'rslty. He is
Cuir nt ..... '! the v-i't'i-
we* I'm- -". Medic il
S |i
Sidor EelarsJty Performing
With Musical Ensemble
u i an i ei -
i v'i h i I i'i
c -i- United
will pi with the
s and Sj ro-
th Reaeh Au-
dit oriu n Feh 20, Rappapoi t,
i I, whic h
fit perl n
a anno'in
I Fershko
v.j rl rvi"c1 the special
: '; Tick 'ts are now
a\ lilabl al the M im Beach Au-
dito ox otti or m,i\ be
obtaii om '
League Ctmpters Meet
Lin,.,, Mi.j--i Reach Chapti r
\v >tn i I tikur Israel, "ill
Ii Id its n '.; !...... in the livi
Linco Road Clul R 10m at 12:30
p.m Tuesday, its oreaidii'm presi-
dent, Rose Hochtim, lias nn-
noonenrf. Fi'-r'n Kaufman, presi-
d. nt ol i.,. n ri i '''. ter, baa
announced a package partv and
auction i- the auditorium of Forte
Towers 1300 West Ave., at 12:30
p m 'i I. sdav. J in. 21,
Lorraine Luftig And
Ronald Fried Engaged
Mr. and Mrs, Norman Luftig of
IH30 SW 92nd Ct. announce the
Lorraine Ii is. to Ronald I.e. Prl d.
A graduate of Miami Coral Park
3 elect, Who was L969 A z..\. Swi
heart, i.-. presently a student at
.vuami-Daue Junior < ollege, where
;'"' is m ij ring in Bui iness. Her
of Mr. and Mrs.
Hi nr.. W 1st, s also a graduati of
1 lal Paik .- nior High
School. I; :. | i, Smith
odol foi B.B.Y.) i.
in! is c irrenl i -law student
. i SI : .-. r ii
i ii ulnari nts In-
rlw'e 'Irs. Jo; [.h Ken .
V rk ''ii-.. Mrs. Iris B
il Miami, Mrs, R i< Fried and
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Luftig of
\!i imi }' ach,
LORRAINE LUFTIG
Marilyn Goltlfarb To
Be Married In June
The engagement of Marilyn For-
nan Goldfarb and Benjamin F.
Q'azer, Jr.. was announced by
ier parents, Mr. and Mrs. Max N,
ul). 1J11 C'ampo Sano, Coral
Gab!, s. at a recent dinner party
hey host >l on the Starlight Roof
I the Doral Beach Hotel, The
quests included Dr. and Mrs. Ben-
amin F. Glazer ol Los \
'alii., pai ents of the prospc ctive
iridcgroom, anil his brothers,
and Si i
Mis- Gol Ifarb, i si lent al the
Inivi rsitj il Miami, wher
is a meml i i i Alpha l.;;; >n Phi
iorority, and her fiance, who at-
ends the University of Southern
California and holds m mbership
n Zi'ii Beta Tau fraternity, are
i lanning a June wedding.
MARILYN GCLDFARB
Ellen Swart*. Fiance Donald Owens Set Date
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Swartz. 150
SW 27th Re1., announce the en-
gagement of their daughter. Ellen
Martha, to Rmald Stefan Owens,
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley
Owens, Kennedy House, North
Bay Village.
The 1 ride-elect, granddaughter
of the late Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Goodman, pioneer Mlamians, grad-
uated from Coral Gables Senior '
Hirh School and the University of
Florida, and is presently a teach-
r at Santa ( lara Elementary j
School. Her fiance, an honor grad-
uate of Temple University, is now
associated with radio station
WKAT. The wedding is scheduled j
to take place April 4.
Temple Israel Presenting Workshop On
Theme: 'Rearing Children Of Good Will'
A workshop on human relations,
with the general theme of "Rear-
ing Children of Good Will," will lie
pn sented Tuesday, beginning at
9:30 a.m.. at Temple Israel of
Gn iter Miami. 137 N'E 19th St..
under the .joint sponsorship of the
Dade County Council of Parent-
Teacher Associations and the
Florida Region of the National
Conference of Christians and Jews.
Members ol th general public
are invited to attend the workshop,
i m r w Ith represi nl itives of .ill
the schools in Dade County, an I
ither interested community agen-
cies. Group discussions to fornri-
lat" n ii.i""' n I itions ir i '. >r
I'm trams in the He'd of h*r i in
. I'ii] f(ill lb '
i -. entit! d "B'.ac! i '
" I ;ht I b p inel d:s-
m of t! : ip if thi d
P
vN\NV* \
ists wh i w Hi a''"- in-
clude Dr. Herbert Seamans, edu-
cational consultant tor the N.C.C. I .
moderator; Dr. Michael J. Stol
Associate Dean of the Si h i il
Education, University of Miami;
Georgia Biker, a member of the
Community Relations Board of
Dade County: and Dr. Manolo
Reyes, Latin news director I
television station VVTVJ. Rabi
Ban*) Tabachnikoff, assist nt
-abbi at Ti mple Israel, will git
the in\ tcat'.on.
Planning com nittei for t
venl includes Mrs. n irma H
Whittum, biip'in rel itions sp
ialisl for the Dade Co mty Boa-d
if Public Insi !" ink M
nth, Dr. Si m ins Mrs I i
3h w, and M-> Williai i H -.
I th N.C.C.J.: Mrs.
Ma i
''''.
. 1 VI
Looking over some of the reliqious items that will be rcld at
the 18th annual Temple Ner Tamid Sisterhood Bazaar in the
Sklar Auditorium Feb. 14-15 are. from left to right (standing)
Mrs. Sidney Doifman, Mrs. Herman L. Shaw, Mrs. Adolph
Greenbaum, and Mrs. Max Glickman; (seated) Mrs. Harry
Blumen, Mrs. Irwin Weingrcff, Mrs. Bess baacs and Sister-
hood president Mrs. Jack Greenberg.
Music
by ( t^^VjIjpyi '** "Why Sittii forles. -V. ^MC^^^ Ce',he Be,f"
.^^lm'OQjks
"Weddingi and Bar Mitzvahs Our Specialty"
947-8124
The Great SIDOR BELARSKY with 100 On Stage
SHMUEL FERSHKO, Composer, with Zimrah Chorus
Symphonette Sat. Feb. 20th, 8 P.M., M. B. Auditorium
Tickets at Auditorium
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PLUMBING
corrACTiN6 sipoiQiHt
Jerving Dadt Countf Ortr 25 Yters
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Also Local, Long Distaixe Moving, Packing, Crating & Storacje
FREF ESTIMATES ON LONG DISTANCE MOVING Call 635-6554
and ask to speak to Esther Berlin.
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ART EXHIBITION & AUCTION
FOR THE BENEFIT OF TEMPLE ZION SISTERHOOD.
SPONSORED BY GREEN ART OF NEW JERSEY.
Original Chagalls, Picassos, Dalis, and other contemporary artist.
Tapestries, Oriental Rugs, Antique Jewelry and Object D'Ar*
will be auctioned.
Date: January 16, 1971 Time: Exhibit 9 p.m.
Auction 9:30 p.rr.
Place: Temple Zion, 8000 Miller Road, Miami
Admission Free
ALLMAN
UNIVERSITY
257 COLLINS, MIAMI BtACH
672-6597
FLORIDA SCENE.' IN OILS"
-ALBERT E. BACKUS
"COPPER SCULPTURE"
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January 11th throuan January 29lti
Wtldayt 9.00 n.m. lo B JO p.m.
I*^t I*. C-p VamisiioH -'rre
rj**^^ BACARDI ART GALLERY
riOO Bn-y-ie P .1. V ii-i. far.am.
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Private. Schools G-i- -H
Bu.niftl Courses Tutoring
Braward Schools 52S-2071
Dade Schools 444-6543
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Rabbi Joseph L Rarkovsky
Pkon. if 1-3593 _____
MS MICMMN AVt, MIAMI tUCH
DR. JOSEPH J. (iODOROV, D. 0.
Wishes to announce the opening of his office
for the practice of General Medicine
1881 N.E. 164th Street
N. Miami Beach, Fla. 33162
By Appointment Only
949-6387
11th ANNUAL
HOLLYWOOD
ANTIOUE SHOW
&SALE
HOLLYWOOD HILLS HIGH SCHOOL
5400 Stirling Road, Hollywood, Florida
JANUARY 23-1 to 10 P.M.
JANUARY 24-1 to 6 P.M.
All Exhibits for Sale
Admission $1.50
With This Ad 51.25


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Friday. January 15, 1971
1,000 Pediatricians Will
Attend 4-l)a% Conference
annw I Pi ;'
i .-. '
I ho I

! Hot !. 'he
-'>-
More than 1 iys:cians I
., nation ol the
o th Ami n m itin nt ill at-
1 nd tb* educational meet n
of this ye n c tune la "Prs
. : itiics."
57 ind'vldu 'I lectures and
. s. ..-., .-. | be inelod I, i -
| ruiinu Monday, Jan. :>"-,. at MO
Dr. Altman, Chief of Radi-
l Vji iety Ch khren'a 11
\as \c\ rte P "
.....i .' R id ol i y an I Pe liat 1 -
the i of Ml imi, has
. inc I
i'.. the rui -! uiiv will be
Barm t% M.D Profess Pediat cs, University of Pennsj I-
mia; Dr. W iltei E. B rdon, As-
.,;..:.. Pro'i Radiologj
,; i ol Physicians & ;
I ?rgeons; Dr. Robert -\. <'
nt"s r -of< ssor of Pe liatrics
. id Micro University of
I. ii n M Gi
-,. Profess r and Chairman,
c.~ V, : f 1 I '
Q lil rni t Dr. J. A x
Jr.. 1

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..'
;. .
-
rofessor ol
I'
an 1 his si ifl c >n-
- ind c illeges
I s uth
ic yi rmlal d
suited m a record-bneakini?
i i il n ni in this innual post-
, it cours at Miami Beach.
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ASSOCIATION
ISSUES STATEMENT
Rabbi s >i Landau, spiritual
leader of Beth David Con-
gregation and president o(
Greater Miami's Rabbinical
Associ ion has issued the
f, llowing stat ment in behalf
(,i that organization:
"In light ol recent nets of
v ioli nee, such as the bomb-
ing I the Soviet Mission in
Washington, D.C., and the
thri at ol hostile -ts againsl
Soviet personnel, the Rab-
binical Association of Great-
er Miami ass, its its unquall-
pi dtion to \ i tienci In
i : form and t^' threat to
man life.
"Wi mplel
In'sl in th< rl mocratie
means ol W e re-
ass ii our trust in law and
il i- has i on i is-
t ic, We will continue to
. hi Ipinfi '
oppii d."
Israelis Are Coming
Scheduled Jan. 23
The "Israelis Are C iming'
, [ety program whfc h will P" -
si nted Saturday "
: the Miami Beach Auditorium,
ivill fi stun b colorful pi
>nusual musical interpretation by
A\ i.mi's Win. nit Trio, a
o* Itv group compi ised ol thro
sabras who Joined together in a
ocal-instrurru ntal trio while thej
. .,,!,, :.>,. rq-ael's I* rjdi rs as
membecs of its defense forces.
The tri<> Sara Aviani. Meir
Mizrahi and Shlomo Rabinowich
are said to tvpify the spirit of that
ancient land as no other musical
group does, and thev "ill bring a
new tempo ta "The Israelis Are
Comine," under the liirecUon of
Shmuel Fershko.
In addition to the Yemenite
Trio, the incomparable Sam L
enson, Jo Amar and Menashc
Behar will be among those head-
lining the cast of show; proceeds
of which go to the Jewish Nation il
Fund.
Happenings
Harold Friedman, owner of
Harold Friedman Automotive
Warehouse Distributors and Har-
old Friedman, Inc., Radio, Tele-
vision and Electronics, has been
elected chairman of the Ii *rd ol
G tvernors of the Bette* Busi-
ness Bureau ol South Florida foi
1971.
Local JWV Auxiliaries Scheduling
Meetings And Activities This Week
iiUmi niiiiiihi rm will st v
,\ ass
W ir Veterans, and her stafl will
11 fl ii i Ml to two auxil-
ea tins week. She will present
me Department's Friendship Gavel
,Ira Marjorie McSherry, presi
dent of the Col. David Marcus i 16
Auxiliary Wi dm sdaj i w ning. and
to the Four Freedoms Kfl Atoll-
iarj president at I p.nt. Thursdaj
Local JWV Auxiliary activities
and meetings for the coming week
also Include:
Norman Bruce Brow* l*Sat-
urday will service the telecart at
v, terans H< spital and hold a cof-
f, for the 11th floor resident pa-
tients; a games night will ho
sponsored jointly by the Auxiliary
and Post Tuesdav evening at their
meeting place, liiOl W. Flagler St
Weal Miami MS Thursday,
Fan 23 business meeting at Dank-
, Motel on SW 8th St Ruth
i 'airman, president, : n siding,
Morns Solomon 8488 30 p.m
Tuesday Awards Night. Temple
Zamora, Coral Gables. Mrs Judith
Blitt, president.
Miami Beach SM B:30 p.m.
Thursday, Jan. 21, business meet-
ing at American Legion Hall. Mrs.
Minnie Hoppen, president.
Victor l. Fraaimaa US 7 30
|..m. Wednesda) busim ss mei ting
,,t Homo Federal S&L, Hallandale
ii- i North Shore 671'i lesdaj \ x-
lllklliuiiuu.; frills
idauonsurtm;^'.!-
Itn floor "\ursjm*
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pital's library. air*. L:BWi-(,".
n presk* rd
l.i il.-all Miami Springs (!HI
lunday Volu itei rs !' i tba GUck.
;i,i,, I ibowitz, Rae Ehrlich ai
Dorothy Pavelsky will service V.\
li^suita! te i art; l.illiin %"*.;
Rvede Young and Win Kl*irt-will
lead a d. 'Cation distributm? Sifts
to the pally
coffee" in
Center.
Abe HorouiU 6X3Will sepalce
,.\ Hospital telecart Friday, hcUri
ward party at 7 p.m. Saturday
with games and refeshme%rj and
i belated Chanukah party for the
children at Sunland Training l i
!,! Surdi'. Mis. RtcWe ('<
is pirsident.
Cot David M:irii 4BWill
sponsor a birthday party for 22
Paradise Cottage girls at Sui -
[Yaining >', nti r Sunday, dlst -I
utlng special u'ifts to each
Club 2 Banquet Saturday
Council president Mm. Mlltoi
Green will be guest speaker at th
(ion, er Women Club 2 banquet
honoring Mrs. Nathan Books
Saturday at 8 p m. In the R
Hungarian Restaurant, 731 W
Lngton Ave. A musical prograi
will also ix prasi U d, with &
'.;, bn u n i ^ ing as ha
the \' ning and Franci
preski< in. pii
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bravo! bravo! bravissimo! Italian-style!
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Christina Abreut of 244 SW 9th St.. a patient at the United
Cerebral Palsy Center, 1411 NW 14th Ave., wants evarfone
to know about this weekend's United Cerebral Palsy house-
to-house campaign. She is pictured with her teacher, Mrs.
Bena Sill. Over 12,000 marchers have volunteered to call
on their neighbors throughout Dade County during the
Friday through Sunday drive.
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LEONARD ICOsk
Leonard, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
foseph Ksc. will ohsi rv his Bar
Mitevah Saturday, Jan. li;, a)
Beth Torah Com;:elation, where
ho has been a Btudi nl in tin
Han.id Wolk Religious School tor
the past five years and will join
the Confirmation ('lass of 197.;.
Mr. and Mrs. Rose will sponsor
the Kiddush following the services
In honor of the occasion.
trie Richter
DOKK
Irvini
Dore Teichman
TKK'IIMAN
Geiger To Present
Dr. Irving Lehrman will offi-
ciate when I>ore L, the son of Mr.
and Mrs. .Joseph Teichman, be-
comes liar Mitzvah on Snturd i}
Jan, 16, at Temple Emanu-EI.
Dore attends Temple Emanu-EI
Ri ius School, and is n seventh
! student it Nautilus Junior
Hiuh School where he is a member
of the Student Council. Ks is also
.i member of the Junior I'.s.Y.
Mrs. Olla Teichman. Bore's
grandmother, will be among the
hono i k ->s at the -vent.
KBie RICMTBB
I ric I.. the son of Mr and Mrs.
Samui I Richter, wlil become Ha:
Mitzvah on Saturday, Jan. 16, at
Temple Emanu-EI mlth Dr. Irving
Lehrmnn officiating.
Mrs.
Review Of Pi nous Book
Mrs. Edyth H. Geigi r will re-
view the new book. "Come from
the Komi- Winds," by Chesya Pin-
cus, which tells the story of Youth
Aliyari in Israel, for members of
the Hadassah Center for Winter
Residents at Tempi.- Beth Sholom
Tucsdav at 12:30 p.m. Mrs. Alfred
Tuvin and Mrs. Gerald Soltz will
preside at the meeting; Mrs. Sam-
ui I Gladstone, past president of
the W'estei n Pennsylvania Region
I of Hadassah. will review current
events,
The Chal Luncheon held annual-
ly by the Hadassah Cuter mem-
ix is. is sehedult Jan. 2tl. in the home of Mrs.
Leonard Rosen.
'Four Winds' Social
Club Elects Officers
The Four Winds Social Club
elected its officers at its first
meeting, held recently in the club
room, and announced plans for a
paid-up membership party next
Wednesday evening with enter-
tainment and refreshments.
Officers elected include Ceil Yu-
loff. president; Moe Zipkin and
Barney Stein, vice presidents: Er-
ast Schneider, treasurer; Pearl
Schanfald, recording secretary;
Rose Sclfman, corresponding ec-
<< tar.; G< oi ge Ri diki r, parlia-
m ntarian; William Berke, ser-
geant-at-arms, and Ethel Toll,
chairman ' i:ert Bcrnszweig, Benjamin Kopo-
lofsky, Maurice Bailee and Julius
Radnoff were named to the Men's
l louse Commit tee,
Parkinson Foundation
Brunch First In 1971
The Florida Women's Division
d the Parkinson Foundation will
hold its first brunch of the new
\ear Thursdav, Jan. 21, at the
M< ntmartre Hotel. The 11:30 a.m.
event will be under the chairman-
ship of Mrs. Charlotte Winters.
ways and mean-: vice president.
Mrs Johanna Bergman, president,
lias anounced.
The program will feature free
lance television writcr-authoress-
actross Florence B. Sehall in some
ol her original radio sketches. Mrs.
Winters. Flounce Seligman and
Hi nrietta Kinal of Hallandale are
taking telephone reservations.
' LUltat s C'Ookinfl
Bv Kl Til SIKKIS
A book published recently which was d signed to win com-
pliments tor the cook has the fitting title "Cooking I r Compli-
ments" (Knudaen Corp., Los Angeles, Calif.i and Is a beautifully
illustrated source of new and old recipes. Unfortunately, not al
of them an Kosher, but there are many which arc usable as rh< >
arc, or ear. be made so with slight changi -
A wholi chapter has been dedicated to cheesecakes and pies.
Here is a sample recip the first in a long list, any ..i which
would please the cook's family.
CHEESE* AKK
Filling:
12 o/. cream ch se
i room tempci atun i
\ cup sugar
2 eggs
2 teaspoon-: vanilla
1 teaspoon lemon juice
I u aspoon '-.'i ated lemon i" '
Eric attends Temple Fmanu
afternoon Ridigious School
a seventh grade student at John
F. lv-nnody Junior High School.
He received the Outstanding Ath-
lete Award of the Year at his
eli-.in nt.uy school, and h is won
a number >f medals in Miami-
Dade Junior College track events.
Mrs. Hau'ine Richter. the e>le-
1- in' grandmother from Phila-
delphia, Pa., will attend the event.

>AVII> LAZARUS
1 M ittheu. s n of Mr. nnl
Mrs. Wallace Lazarus, 7880 SW
17th St. will become a Bar Mitz-
\ ih al Temple Or < >i m on Satur-
daj. Jan, 1".
An eighth grader at West Mi imi
Junior Hi'.'h School. David, who
plays saxophone in the school bond,
plans lo continue his Hebrew edu-
cation and will iom the Confir-
mation class at Temple Or Olo:n.
Mr. and Mrs. Ln/ar's will host
the Oneg Shabb.it Fridav night as
well as the Kiddush followinc the
Bar Mitzvah Saturday morning. A
reception and dinner honoring
David will be held in the temple
s,it unlay evening,
Among the honored -
be David's grandnarents, Mr. ml
Mrs Irvine Will's a" I Mr. and
Mrs David i izarua Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph La? and Mr. and Mrs
.Mae Lazarus are also expected to
attend.
-
AI.AN IHCK
-Man. the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Barry Dick, win become Bir Mitz-
vah Saturday morning Jan. lt">, at'
Dade Federal S&L Orchestra's Open Rehearsal
m-iis Opens .New Branch Bonus For Women's Guild
nnd is The Federal Home Loan Bank- Members of the Women's GulU
Tempi
Sh ipiro
Richard
Liturgy.
Alan
. it West
with a
team.
Zion. Rabbi Norman N.
will officiate and Cantor
S. Browdv will chant the
a s'\e>-th BTtde "fiil^nt
Junior High School, plays
Khoury League baseball
Mr. and Mrs, l>id< will host an
Oneg Shabb.it on Friday night,
the Kiddush on Saturday and a
eceptlon at the Kings Hay Coun-
try club Saturday afternoon i"
Man's honor. Among the honored
iiii'sts will be his "-aiidpa" '"-
Mr. ind Mrs Syd Milberg and Di
and Mrs. M. Dick.

GARY SMITH
Saturday, Jan. 16, durin
worship s a\ie s at Beth Torah
Congregation, Gary, the sen o|
Mr. and Mrs Bi njamin Smith,
will i-- calk d to the Torah as i
Bar Mitzvah.
Hoard, Washington, D.C has
granted permission to Hade Fed-
eral Savings and I>oun Associa-
tion of Miami to establish its
ninth office in Dade County, ac-
cording to an announcement made
by Association chairman Joseph
M. Lipton.
The new branch, which will lx"
located In the Miami Lakes area
in the vicinity of NW 138th St.
and 67th A> is exp cted to be
in opcrat ion earl] this j Bar,
Dade Federal, established in
1934, Is one of the nation's largest
savings an I loan associations, with
resources exceeding $384 million
ind savings accounts of more than
$320 million.
Youngest Singing Star
Headlines In Yiddish Show
David Dayan. one of Israel's
youngest singing st irs. headlines
the new show at Leon Sehacter's
Yiddish Cinemn ivhich will open
Fridaj Sharing the spotlighl with
Da\ Id, who has appe ired in s \-
oral t!iir r< n( unti ies, and sings
in many languages, will be the
Florida premiere of a Yiddish no-
il in picture, "Th Power of Life,"
an nusical rev uc.
1 >ancing, eon- ly, singing and
musical i : ha p tx n arranged
by Mr Sch ichtc one ol the na-
tion j lead:: Y'd lish prod icei s.
Progr ims i ntinu >us, begin-
nin i i p.m d >
In Wometco Theatres
-Soldier Blue" will begin Fridaj
in Wometco's Mi in i, Miracle.
Patio. Byron, Pal n Sr Ings, North
Andrews and I I li I d Dl \c-ui
Tin otia s; rioldovi i "Dlai j
oi a Mad Ho is v ife" at the Carib,
163rd Street, Twin l Hallandale
and Gateway; "1 overs and Other
Strangers" at Twin II and Carlyle,
and "No Blade f i Jrass" and
"Grand Prix" al the Surf.
I
will receive a bonus Sunday noon
when the "No Admittance" sign
is removed during the Miami Phil-
harmonic Orchestra's rehearsal
for their 8:30 p.m. performance in
the Dade County Auditorium un-
der the baton of conductor Alain
I ombard.
Arrangements for the open re-
hearsal, the second in the past
lour years, were made by .Mrs.
Sylvan Meyer and Mrs. David
Roscnblum, membership vice pres-
idents, and Mrs. Harvey Ruvin,
chairman of the day.
(rust:
1, cup butter, melti d
> cup sugar
l la cups graham cracker crumbs
iabout is crackers)
Topping:
1 cup sour cream
(room temperature i
'i cup sugar
l teaspoon vanilla
I'n In at oven to .".00 F.; melt butter for crust In a nine-inch
pie plate. Blend crust ingredients Into the butter; press onto the
bottom and sides of pie plate and bake 10 minutes.
Beat cream cheese in a large bowl until smooth: add remain-
ing filling Ingredients and beat until blended. Pour Into crust nd
bake -10 minutes, or until center is no longer wet. (The filling
may crack around the edges, but it should not brown.) Remove
from oven and allow to cool 10 minutes. Blend topping ingre-
dients and spread evenly over entire surface, return to oven for
five minutes. After cake has cooled, refrigerate for at least five
hours before serving. The cake may also be frozen for later use:
place a layer of plastic wrap directly over the topping and wrap
with heavy aluminum foil. (Remove from freezer and allow to
stand at room temperature about three hours before serving,
however.) Serves S to 10 persons.
Beth Tomb Continues Fourth Cultural Series
Beth Torah Congregation will or the da', and was once a cam
continue its cultural program at date for the Senate.
8:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 21. with
a lecture by attorney Alcee L.
i Hastings, legal couscl for Miami's
NAACP, who has been active in
many organizations seeking solu-
Final program in the series u
feature NBC's Washington nev
correspondent, David Brinkley,
guest speaker, Tuursday, Jan. 2-
at .S:."i(l p.m. Tickets and il
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He is a good Temple member, lives an exemplary life, is a devoted husband and father.
But he is neglecting an important moral obligation.
He has not yet made his cemetery arrangements. Like other
moral and spiritual obligations, these arrangements must
not be forgotten. By planning ahead,decisions can be made
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Circus Begins Next Friday
In M.B. Convention Hall
now in sale al the edition ol Ringling Br \ ... Bar.
- ,. of the Mi imi Beach mm & B j C1
Hail for the upcomin
Hebrew Free Loan
Inaugurates P!an
To Aid Students
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No. 71 20
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ench week for four ronaecutlvt nroeki
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counselors live with the campers and devote themselves to helping each child fully enjoy every
phase of the camping programs. Participating in various sports, developing artistic, musical or dramatic
interests are but a part of the overall Camp Judaea experience.
A NEW OLYMPIC SIZE SWIMMING POOL
A NEW HORSEBACK RIDING PROGRAM
FIRST SESSION
June 24-July 22
1971 SEASON
SECOND SESSION
July 26-Aug. 23
FEES:
One Session $340 plus $20 registration
Season $655 plus $20 registration
CAMP JUDAEA is sponsored by Southern, Southeastern and Florida Regions of Hadassah.
CAMP JUDAEA is located in Hendersonville, North Carolina.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL Hadassah Youth Commission, Miami, 891-8143 OR WRITE Mr.
Sam Fisher, Director, Room 111-1132 W. Peachtree St. N.W., Atlanta, Ga. 30309


Pcge 14-B
+Jewish ncrkttan
Friday, lanucrry 15. 1971
Obituaries
runerol Services Held For Mrs. Celia I. Berliner, 73
. | services were held a1 ch du Ing the 1950s. She suf-
F brside 0,8^! Tuesday for Mrs. i<'-'*l rrom rheumatoid arthritis
Cl ( B riiner 0| 54] s\v 24th and has been a patient at the
mothe, c ... at, Jackson Manor Nursing Home tor
the p..s! two ye -
\ i< r 20 yea pcucn
j: M.ami, Mrs.
j at Ced i >; I 1 n >n I
pii i aft> ) illness. She
v. 7
JS 75, Ordi the Eastern Star,
t,, : Jl-known
f ). i- gongs an i humi 1
tai 11 ous hoti In M
that
M.i|i..
1.1 in-
455
leah.
lame
ui 1
. i.s IJ il'ISK. 7'-. i>l '--' I......* A\
panned ,1 In u.n> 11 HI e cam.
ia Minn s i an. ug from
t limn Bench, N v She H-aH .1 in. 111-
ur, ..-. hiinllc
mu v >. .ii Sur> iv '
Pi .hi,.. 11 lauglit. rs,
..- 1 i.)i .1........i III i'l S M.ll Mia*
I Mm Beatrlc. i
, iii ,r m K -iv ui mull 111 Id if 11
>i li'llr>n. Inn ala-
1. ,.. ,\ \ h r MB.. Mrs
...i.lvn. Mr- l.il-
Hhii Soldo, .'i Bronx, i" brother*,
11.,11 v oi \ v ni 'l \ li 101 l llrook-
.,.<,... h< '.'I vv ii. 1-.n :il
Industrialist Charles Frost, 75 ri
m:\v YORK i.i'l'A 1 Funeral
s. a were hi li Sunday for
,. ,. p ,-;. ii dtrstrialisl and
- communal leadi r, who
J-':. !:i. ,:i the age of 75 Active in
th ownership and opi ition
1 ol ius!ness enl \ pr m -
M Frost had also scrvi I in nu-
m w s Jewish and Israeli orga-
) tl ns. He had been a member
ol the board ol trustees of the
1 ted Jewish -V eal nd
c 1 m ol Hi" New York UJA,
: on the
t j i sti r<. >
CHIEL
,\ | v.vi MR) ER. I'
M
II. .1111, In
;:.. ..Ill \\V II. Will*
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n 1. 1.1, u Pi 1
i- he v..,- ili, 1
... 1 q ;, -ii,-i
a ritel Hi irtlve ill I ho
V. i .-"11 -
y .1 Martin
,. aught en Harriet K
\i iml v- M ami
, hi 1 R.
X .1 -i-i, Su- ill Sin
1 ;'. |i|, 1 ill ni r Mill
gliirfi IVul nl V, *
. pe held .ii Riv.-ri
,. .1 in. in in Ml '-'' Ml''
li
ANGRES. IMi. 7i Bu> I "
V i II I; 1 \. 1 -1 I
COHEN, Ada I!.. Hi. IlINi \\.-l Avi
M I: Kit erstde IMei in, ill Ml. Nebn
EPSTEIN. laadon M 15, Oeet
I !.. M II Klvel
CEWIRT7 1 ma, 7:\ |i;Tii .1.1111, -
\ Mil IU.i
KATZEFF 7--. Lenox
Avi Nl H Kit raid.
KRAUSE. K-.h.i. .1 -...... S.W lull
St. (1 Ion 1 mi Sinai
MADONIK. IM'T Corti I SI .
1 -in-. 1 (laid.
MOSS. Elian .lumen, 71. 1285 NE lt'li
-i K
ROSEN. Mori:- 71 ">"55 I '. Hill \ i
M.ll Klvel
SULZER. Jni k 17 1825 'ollin* Ave .
M.ll li
avruch, i Point Haul
III Itlvei
COPA Ns Ma Hard I lid Ave .
M II N -r, in.i ii
|< -i RV l,
Vve llordoii. 1
LEVIN.
1T4I1 SI H el nidi
LEVINE. I oil -' I'n Avi
Nl II Itiverdde
reiff i eriy Ave.,
M II Hi i Hide
GELB
MONUMENTS INC.
Open ttrf Oojr Cletr* Sobbuik
140 SWJ7th Ave. MO 1-8583
l S NKmr.i'i Only Strictly Jewish
[" Monument Oeoler
IEGAI NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
XOTICE is ii 1:1:i:n> nivK.v
Hi,, uii.l. i-ii:i",l. dewlrlns In el
in liu^lneHv under ti.- fietltloun
,,: PATKICIAN rATERERS ni
|.;,,-i .. i: In Road, Hi.
Kloriila Intend* lo n giHti i said i
nlth Hi- '! '- '!' ''"'", '
( Dad. uuty, Plorhla ,
\ ,1; .1 pi it) SERVICE. IN'
i;% SA ill III. V\ KI8S
Surnui I WelHt Pri Idi "I
Kii.M.MKI., lUMlEIJH I "i:li:i:
SHEXKMAN
aii.imiii- for Anull
I 15-22-2
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 70-4194
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
(FRANK B DOWLING)
! pi: i'-1
MAX SHARP
11,.,.,-..,I
To All "redltoi and Ml Pi rminn ll:n -
i urn- r Demands Again*! Said
l:- i
you .ii e hen hj not Ifli and re-
quired to i,i,..-. in ui) in in- :'1"' '*'-
iiiiinii- whieh i"ii nwj havi iiKnlnst
the entate of Max SHARP !-
. used lati I Hide I oui '
Plorida, i" the Count} Judged "i Dade
County, and file the name In iluidieate
and hh |in>\ ided in Section i
Ploridn Statutea, In their offices In
the Count) Courthouwe In Dadi Coun-
lj Plorida, wlilii.i nix calendar
nionthH from the llmi "i the flrat
i,ui,h,.in.hi hen of or n i same ill
In I..,rred
Dated nl Miami, Plorida lhl
ilai "i Januar> A P 1871
JACOB SHARP
\- iilminltiiralor
l''l I,II III ,.....I Of Ihi* II"!......a
Hi, 15th dnj of Januarj 1871
\\ AM Mi: N' MAER
I i" linen \ ne Building
Minn i
An,,i nej for Admlnlntrntor
I 15 22
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUOICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA.
NOTICE TO APPEAR
Case No. 70-20788 DuVal
JACK COHEN .1 b .1 II ''"
Pluintlff.
\, IRTHRCP Cl IXSTRCCTIOX
PANY, a diiwolved PI01 Ida
I'M I INK 11 IHEX, a -niul
1 :ki:.\ i.i- WA RKi >\\ and
MARROW, Ms
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rried .
and
I.ARK resldencv nhnoi.. ,
TRACT N
1^,1 H. Block Tv Ia.ii.u1ii t'iiy S,.
11 :,.....dim to Hie pun tl '
recorded In Plat B""K <' l ''''-''
i| < on lain inn '7 noi ni I PI the
,,ul,H, re. ords l>mle Oy.
\ 11 V.MS ali.l If rn.in ied
A 11 VMS In.- H If* reeld.
ROBERT
Ullkliou II
^mcrol^/i^el
Meml.er:
National Funeral
: rector* A--n
Florida Funeral
Ljiraotora A**o.
J.F.D.A.
865-2353
120 StVMkV f -; ltr*#
m I'W.-- Ct* 0**
utw
SK) M" 'i It -l MARK! '\\ and
,,,,1 MARKOW hi- wife;
HKSSKH AND OARKIEI B, IXC
,, ,1 Delaware rorp lii.l.i.^
MITCHEM.. and If married
MITCH 1:1 I-. lo I1"-1, 1 M. \ i-
w EBER and If man id ______
w EUKK her hUHband: PH.1 1\N 1 -'
MEXT CORP d IK. cor-
rntlo.1, EVKRKTT u EARL at).
BAR!., hie.wife:
DADE COI'XTY; ROSA M Nll.-A-
.,,! ,, married MISA8 hei
hu-buiid; PERRIS C WtHlD '' "'
EDMCXDA VI- T. .Rl.\
.11 ,NATHAN MOXCIE and wlfj
OARKT UOXC1E; STATE OF M."-
I'l|i\ FRANK MOTON and wife
ROSKI.EE MOTON OCI.F STREAM
LOAN COMPANY, R I" } '"".'
I'ARI is CLAYTON and wifi hDXA
,1 VYTOX: PXtTETI STATES Or
AMEKICA CHAR1 llTTE IHJBL, n
Free Dealei ROBERT Rl s.-I.I.l. and
if married RCSSBI 1 > '
KM NNl 1:1. d ARK and wif. MAIB
i'I,\i;K JIMMIE I "I' KXUJHT
,; married KXIOHT hei hunband;
I', i|.i :RT \ 1' v MS and 11 mm rled
\|. v \.- lii- wife HERMAN CASTRO
IIOpltKll I'./ Mid if in 11
R. ii ii:i.;i i:z. hin
I E\\ IS ., ..I PEARL I E !-
Till IMAM "PER nnd if mat
. m ipKR 1..
\i VE H m:i:is and If mai rli 'i
Harris, her hurt" mil; M VROARET
M, Till M N and If married
TMi v \ hi hunband B Mil "
PRI iPERTIES .. disKol il r
,.,, R..NAI n 1 BAROS
M VRYL1X B Ni;. IN: I K\\ IS C AND-
IT.si IX In- wlf" HER.M V\ 1
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p \r. i.N an 1 man <
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Kll 111 il FRIEDA Mill ER. '
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in the properUea hen
nnd if any parti, a an

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or claiming rlghl I
i,,,-i In the propel Ui .'"'r
ribed,
I defendant*.
T.. XORTHRPP
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BERLINER
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ATTORNEYS!
*Jen /*#? fh/rJcf/r&r
so.icits your leqol notices
W appreciate your
pctronage and gucrrante*
accurate service at legal
ra'.es .
Dial 37.7*4
lot messerger servlc
Col IFffc'son 1-7677 ^
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IOCAI ano our of STATI
A R H A \ G [ r.U -.
891-6444
133BS W DIXII MWV U N"

EMANUEL GORDON 1946
HARRY GORDON-1964
IKE GORDON
JAMES B. GORDON
L^ofao/2 /f~itnerctl \^J~l<
ome
373-5533
Trouble fc your loca! Post Off'ce.
Because it requires up to 5 additional
sorting operations. (Which can make
sacks and sacks of mail miss their
plane and tram.)
Trouble for a whole siring of Post
Offices along the way. (An unzipped let-
ter makes more stops.)
Trouble for you and the porr.on who's
vvaiting to receive your letter. (\n un-
r.pped letter may take longer to reacri
its destination.)
In fact, trouble for everybody who uses
the mails. Because every unzipped let-
ter slows things down.
That's trouble for the whole country.
Mail moves the country-
ZIP CODE moves the mail!
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Til v, ",' ,'
liln. I. CAROl CITY
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nubile l
Dad I
HELEN I'HRI.I
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tii v.- n
11 iRAL
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MAR
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CLARA I VVI .....I
A'EBER hual I I
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TR \CT E
i ... ii, 1 dixie heights
<;arm. '..-
... r. onli 'l ii Plal [took 21
.,i Pag. Puhll. Reiorda
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Rill IXVESTMUXT CORP li-
olved Florida i orporation EVERETT
vv kari and 11 m irried
EAKL, In- wlf. R,-..'.... unknown
Vi'T F
I...i I, Bio k H I-1 .i I:li \ CITY
PROPER according In the Plat
there r. nnli Plal Book -'
nl I' 7 1 s.i tlon -'',. Tow
.7 Routh l in II
town -.' I'1 -1, Cit) "I the I'ubli,
K. ord '' I vol. 'i.u'iiv. Floi Ida
R. sa Nl MISAS and If married
vii< \s her l unhand s
N.. 7: i'. ''ul,.i
TKACr H
1 I III. IIOCI DP BBTAT-
i :.- BE' "I'll "N ; ., ordli lo Ihe
l 'lal il.....i ril. '' In Plal
HiHik 16 I. ol ihe nubile
,.,,.,,! i !. i ..in '. I"'. Ida
JONATHAN vii .v,-ii; ,,,,,1 u f, MAR
, \ i:i:" ,'. ,, i r i: l: Nu Box
. \ ii Florida
TR Vi'T .1
I...I 5 1 II V.MI'T IN P VRK
in nrillng to the pint ilo i
, i.rde i Book i- .,i
:,\ in i ,,f
the pu -il Nr.de 'oun -
t\
PRANK (Ml 'Tl IN and wlf. R' '- i
i I:i: M< 'Ti i.N Ri i n. unk
TRACT K
i i Bin Hampi
.,, ordlng In Ho Pla.1 H ereol
In Plal H. ok i. .ii pave
mtaltiiiig 22 ... rea m I ol
i,ui,li, i., i.i- >.' Dade County, Fla
ROBERT i:rs.-i;i.i. and if married
in >si:i.i.. bis wif.
Av.iiU'- New \ ork. Nrw York.
TRACT il
l.' Il, Block 6, LINCOLN CITY
SEC, 11. according to the Plal then
of; recorded ,n Plat Book 46 at
pace It .>n'.lining .It acre* ml
of the public recurda of L>ude
l-ly. Rl:.
K.MA.NI lU. CUNllK and wif. MARY
TRACT P
South 15 "' N"' 'h '"" IV' '"' '
r.v.. i., i -nip in i-"i -''";,
ii,., ,| I.....! .'II ni pnse 4.k .l.H?k
,,\\ll NORTH :nei
the Pint Un'" '' re.or.le* '-. ,.lal
I.....Is || nl pag. II "I ihe oi
,., ,,r,l- ,.i I >...li "ui iv. '''
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and if ii wnmw
l,i. i till....... N" Al'' -
l,"vu"" '.^"trv.-i-.j- -
,,., M |llm-k 29 R'N-i: TREE
I'llk l-l VI'DN" ... ii'linc in I'"'
Plal thereof. "" "i 1*1'"
(6 al page 75, containing
, i. ,.f the iiui.li.' i."
MAR- county, Florida ,,.,,.,.
THOMAS l EXVIS and Wlf* Pl.Al.l.
i EM |.i : ill ink' ""
TRACT R
i .,, : [l|n. k I, I'.""- veil H' 'Nil.
SITES, ."."i'1 ng i" the PI
,l,..,,i recorded in Plal Hk
il .,i page :... Section B Ti
Kh|u -. South Range M tflrad i
mlnlns 13 trtw "' I "r "',u'"
record* ol Dade County. Ftorld
THOM ns COOPER .""i 'f man an
COOPER I"- wife R..-.,i.n. iri.kn.iw.
TRACr S
l...t IS, Rl..... I. HAXDOI '
iiDHS TO HI '11 DS, ." rorrting
10 ilo plal ''" "' i "' ""''i
,., piai r." lse :- "f ttie
Pubih it. rd of Daae ly.
vnn'ii' 'mm: HARRIS and II ma-
, ,| HARItlS. her bu i
|,--|,l, i n iiown
I'R.v, "T T
| ,. y- sol TII I'l'.RRlNi:
v, iHDINC In the plat tl" real
,, .....nl, ,1 in Plal Rook
IMige b( lh. publl. '
I lad. n Fla
MARU VRKI Nl THI'MA,
nu ma. i... i ii
t- unki
i |( V.'T I
vv B4'i fl ; '' '' '
vv v'i'l III UROVES ..... '1
the plal Ihereol hei
,, no.,k al pagi '_
... po-
ol Dadi -"
A,mi'!* PROPERTIES INC I
iKAtTV
1, II \ 'I. 'I'.IA CAR
DKNS ordlng to the plat I hi
.i- reci i'l, i in plat book I ...
Page I ol II.. pUblli i. oral ol
11 I. Ciy, Florida
LEW is C ANDERSON nnd II n
v i >i :rs> ..V in- .% r.-
'i I'.v.r w
i: ol 8\V '. "i NW i j ..I the
n i. ..i id. svv ', .,.....i ling io
the plat Iheieol I, -- Baal I
and N and b -- log ..'
.<\V .1 ',. \,.i II. ."" i I.., I 611
n South inu fi i:.,-! fi s.ajib
11 lo I' I.
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HARol.D i. MILLER
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1971 il you fail to do all
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i. I, ii., ni \. Ill In enter. .1 aga Inal you
for il" i i d. mnudi.... lh.
plaint
DATED al Miami, Florida Ihli
... ii ,, \ 1 '-71
i: R l.K VTHERM v\
Clerk, i "Ircult < 'oui l
Bj NIAR',1 KKI1 K KENT
I lepul \ i'I.i k
l v i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY tilVBM thai
ilo- tjndemigued, deirlrlng to anaag.
in l>ii.-in-- innI, i the Iniitiou?. nan.-
"f TRIER LILLY al the Caueiwa)
I'l../.. Shopping Center USrd Eltraal
i' ni Ulvil., Miami Plot Ida n '
to reglater aald nami artth ibe .'ten,
"i il..- .'ir.uii .'"Uit of i'.cl, County,
Florida
Dati a I emhi i
TRIER LILLY, INC
.i Plot Id ration
Morrla Ireen w aid, l'i Idei I
vu,-t Sandra Metro nrtti, Secrelnrj
M 1 ERS KARI. NX R. IRTER,
i.i:v I.N SON .\- K i:\in
i.\ i:-i,..,i Attornoj for Applied
1 i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is li i:i:i;.:v .;iv l%.\ that
tilt- undernig ied. .I. -it ini.- I" rng
in l,u-iii. uti.li-r tin- firlitlouh n-
' KEMA I 'KSt.i/.AIM 'UN NM.-
V VI.I. TROPH" M.I7.ADA at tit i
- Building, ailam Fl. Ida
Intend! in roglater -..id in.no- will
ili, Clerk of the Circuit Court ol Pad'
County, Florida
ALBERTO v A l.l.Mi.XltKS. (?w.l.r
1. k -1 i -
pines
Stand Tall
Florida's
Future!
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:
January 15. 1971
Jewlst>Fhrtdrran
Page 15-E
mow
LEGAL NOTICE
IEG NOYICE
LEGAL NOTICE
BY HENRY LEONARD A
1
"After all, Seymour, we're your
parents .,. so why don't you tell us
what's on your mind?"
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-4198
In RE: Ralatt <-l
.\i' iRKIS R< 'TH
Dei :.si-,l
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Cn dltorii and AM Pel con* Hbv-
Ins "l..i 11 or Demands Again*! Saul
Eajuti
\..u ar hereby notified and requir-
ed ii. preaenl anj claims and demanda
a-hlch v"ii ma) have again*! the ea-
taie of MORRIS ROTH 'I.....laed Inle
nl Dade County, Florida, t.. Ihe Coun-
ty Judge* o( Dade County, and file
thi aame In duplicate and at provided
, Section 733.1S, Florida Btatuti a, In
their nffk'ea in Ihe County Courth, ua<
in Hade County, Florida, wlthhi *ix
. .,i. ndai montha ('"in il- Mm* nl
ilu flral pulilleatioii hereof, or Ihe
am< III barred
Dated al Miami, Florida, Ihla 22nd
; i., ember A.D IMP.
.M<.I I IK ROTH
Ml 'l I.IK If 'TH
A- Exe, Utl X
First publication "' thla i"-: I.....
tin l i da> "i January. IKI.
MORRIS '' IHBN
Attorney for Executrix
\ E 19th Ave
v Miami Beach, Flo
l l-S-lTi-22
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
CASE NO. 71-283
NOTICE OF SUIT FOR
ADOPTION
IN RK: AD' >PTH IN '!'
LARRY JACK K 1-: 1.1.i:V
m PACL I- BOROFf
Tl I.ARRi GERA1 Kl-.I-I.ti
, .. PhlMip Kelle>
I tl, ith. ill.
VOC. I-AKIO I EH M '' i
IN THE COUNTY JUDGL S COURT
IN AND FOR DADt COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-4359
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RK Beta
VI I XANDEK SENAl'KE
I.....,1 i I
To All Creditors and All Peraoru H
Ing Claim* or Demanda Againal .-
Batale:
..... are I reby notified and r<
tiulri d i i" enl aii) i lalma ami di
nuindK w hlch you m ij iavi ai
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
rriCU IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
.i. i. .-. d, di airing to i ngage
under Ihe flctltloua name
PINE !' MIAMI iU Ml N.W .
Avenue, Miami, Florida Intend!
later -"' name with the clerk
Cin mi Court of Dude County,
'* RONAl D RYMONS
,TER B MAOKOUL
lie* mi honuiu .-. tnona
iv Notional Bank Building
H'"",:' :......' S.15--M
LEGAL NOTICE
HELIMINARY CERTIFICATE
r- COHPOKATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME ANU BY THE
AUTHOrMTY OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA
LM. to WHOM THfcSEPRES-
SHAI I. COME i.KI.I-.l IN.>
,.,;:A PA1 UNB SAA1BT. Ml-
KlorMui: BARBARA M. PIN-
, Miami. Florida; MACYB 8
UPS Miami, Florida, did on Ih
u> of May, a l> Itta us- to
,....i under the taw. l the
,,( Klorl.la UBRVi ICK <"', "
k........ with B Principal Ptac.
,,i Miami Beach. Dade
ST to ihe Btau "' "nrfda. and
t.H aii.li enrporutl. did on the
hied i" 'h. office ol the De-
.ni mate -r the State ol
a ih. documentary ..uii.ni>
.,l under Section 808 27, Florida
_ BhoWiOg H>- 'I'"-- k1""" "'
tl,.,, i..-.. in- Secretary of
',,,.. ,.,.!,> rtlfy to the fore-
ami thai hi l aatfafle.! hat thf
omMita of Hi- law hav< he' '
'Is WITNESS WHERE-
. >p i have hereunto net
m, hand and have af-
fl ,.\ H .- Oreal Seal o
glnte .'f Flor
i -i j, ,. ., the I aolta
(hit the 4th day
linri \ I' '' l
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s. : -i.il> i.l I
PRELIMINARY CERTIFICATE
OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA
TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRES-
i. i .- rill A LI COME liKBETINI:
Wl reaa, II VRRY BAUMAKN. Ml
ami Beach, Florida; II DAVID rilll --
; man Miami, Florida R1T \ sill L-
1 man Miami, Florida, dol "ii the HS'IB
i da) July, A l> lHal ua lo he
i.....ii... i., r. .1 under the lawa ol the
. ,., Florida l-l l LABY PROD
I'CTS, IXC < corporation, with Itu
i.i-iti- Ipal place ( buaineaa ;' Hlalenh,
Pade Counts In the Slate of Florida.
... ,i rtheri > auch corporation aid
,, thi mi day of January. A.D ism.
,,., m be flajd In tin office -i the
i ii in .rim. in ..i State "i the Si '' "'
Florida, Ihe doeumentar> authority
. retiuired under Be. tl........t.V, '' '"
I Ida Statulea. ahowlng the dlaaolution
i ,.i >ui ii ..i no'ration. ,
Now. therefore, the Secretary .'f
b(ii ..... rtlfj to ihe ii
gt.lng :.".! thai I.- is aatiafled that the
requirementa of the law have been
'""""',%,"!iN WTT.VEBS WHERE
i ip, i ii iv,- hereunto a< I
m> hand and have af-
fixed the (Ireat Seal "'
i state ol Florida al
Tallnhaaaee. ih- Cap tal
,1ns thi '.'ii day of Janu-
ary, A D IKI
RICHARD (IHOO STONE
Se. retai > "f State
1 1 l
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN lhal
tl,. u ideralgni d, d< airing to .
under Hi- fl" n- name ol
il ii I HS< '< .INT ST< IKK
\ \\ 17 Avenui Miami, Florida Ii
,,, regiater aald name with th>
, : thi Circuit Court "i Dad.
County, Florida
ZECCA T" iBACI (1
PI8TRIBCTORS, INC
II) Carlo* ll. mil I r. nidi nl
HERBERT .' ALL
\...., \ for
./. a Dlatrlbul -
. NOTICE OF
WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY (ID EN '
l.v virtue of Chapter .* Pl?rlda
Lfntute. Annotated HMD "*-
uaeman an.l Wrehoua. -
. .,. ABE VAN I IM> rlorhla
rporatl.ni by virtue ol Ita
hua< lie '"'- "' "' '"""
rnitnu ini! de. iil.-il propi ''
. ,, .,!- a- the Proper!)
MISS AIIUM.Y WALKER, whoa-
; addreaa waa .....H High-
i.,..i Streel St. P< terabura I lorld -
i^Otaton'the 16^ day o F,
1 hiTI during Ih. legal hour* aie
mainly betwe, ''
:,mj in ill- afternoon -''; r
: Avenu. Miami, FTor.da Ihe
Al DREY WALKER.
i pated al Miami, Florida,
daj -I January, IKI
v., :s
file thi rlgJnal An
S IV5, ii
-. relief Jemat.....I
;| .. Ve7e\VIH PTCIUIDIAN
B AVI. i UPERFl.....
Florida ihb '"' *n f '"";''> "'I
E B. LEATHEBMAN.
i !-, nit I'-u' I
I ..,,|. C.'UiiO ''' '
i- MARorEP"1 ELN I
i,. .in > L'ierk
(Cliiuii "ouri s "
" NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THF CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
NO. 71-19
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
\n IT \ K< ILF. JB

I
thin *tl
ul .i.ii.u
i 15/71
>-HE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
= VENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
3ADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 71821
40TICE BY PUBLICATION
. DIAZ,
i \ hue Mil.: mi. DIAZ,
\ IK1S AB1C..VTL DIAZ
Ju.ul liupe No !>>
anaanlllo, Orlente, ubj
ahi: HEREBY :' d '""
hiplalnt for Dlvorci haa been
I x..u. and you are ni n
Cured to s.rv.- cpj ol your
r other pie idlna to the am-
. ,. the Plaintiff. "Mtorne*
Feu RonBRS, whoae addreaa is
": w nth Avenue, Miami. Plor-
lM, and Hie the original_wl*
Tl-rk I the above styled < ourt,
before the imIi day of <<'
or :. I'-fault will be entered
ai ynu
l I Kli thi) nth dv "' ,nn
B It 1 KATIIKKMAN
i'l. rk of Circuit Court
Bj C '< IDMAN
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 70 4543
(FRANK B D0WLING1
NOTICE Tu CREDITORS
|i RE Balati ol
JOSEPH s ZCCKERBRAM
To All i. dlton md All P< raona Hay -
Inp Claim* or l -........I" Agalnal Said
''v'i'.u' are hereby notified and ri -
., red U prea. >nd le-
wl you nw has^-
. iosEI'H S /I i IvBIl-
BIIAM deceaa. '' """>'..
! Jtl l| i
' u vimill i "'
,,i.- In thi ir of
, l} courth iui It Dadi <
.' pi ii la '' I ,'
tnonthf rrom the tltn "I "- '
nuMiratlon 1,.......' """ "'"
Miami, Florida, thi. Ith
jay ol De. mber. A I' IKO.
1 /. w Kogan
Por ^ Admlniati atlx
ptrat "ul.li.-atmi. nl Ihla notlci i
the IBlh day of January. '".
,.v,l,,v ROTHENBBRO, K.....VN
KORNBLI'M
ii\ /.. v W Kogan i-,--i
Attorne) for Administrate
;t Byron Avi ^ r_.y:
NOTICE OF
WAREHOUSEMAN 6 SALE
NOTICE IS HEIIBBY rilVBN that
h. virtue Chapter '" Florida
atatutea Annotated HMD Wan -
h'cfuS.man and Ware,ouae K-.-.i; >
IBB VAN -IN"*" :.
r|M.ration bj virtue nl Ita an
howw lien I.. I" Ita poaaeaalon thi
r.dlowii di .1 propertj
, ..I louaehold K.....Is a "'- Pr..|-.'>
,. M| KONAI.D 'nMinnAvtt|7.'h
i ,.t known nddn an waa i "" > '"'
Miami. Florida and that on
Januar? IKI during
januars IK during
..... ..... n an" ""
?r cnah In hand Ih, ghov. m
Mi NRVi".v:i 'ROE HOLE, JR ,
Defendant.
XI Mr Ii. ni i I" '-' 'l
113 r..;i.n ir Drlvi
Elk i Irovi Village. Ill
V..u. HENRY OBOROK ROI*
,,. .,. i Ifled thai .i Bill
,,i' .'. mnlal r..r Divorce I I '
filwi an "'-' vi ii awl vi u an n -
quired !> aervi copy ;'";
,,.-u. r 111 id I I' J"1 "
.,.,, MYRON B BERMA>
,...,,,,,. Boulevard. Mlam I
.,.! i,i,. the original Anawer i i
Pleading in ih. office ol -
,.f the c ul'
,|,. n daj '" "i n "
fall to do ko. u '^ ;l'':'"' -.1 i
b. ii ggahiat you for tuc
,,,,. ndeil In ihi Bill ol i om-
''"tSi; notlc. ahall he publlahed
,..-. i. I. week ir ''" onecii.
,,,. ,.. rin; JEWISH l'l-"-
''V.i'iNK \ND ORDERED at Miami,
, -, ith daj nl Jnnuars
A "i-:' i. LEVTHERMAN Clerk
flrmlr Court. Dad. Cnun': Horida
11 | ,-.,. i: i \ 11
I.. nuly Cli
ni, i -.,,- Si 'Ii
MYRl IN B RBRM VN
[Ilu, m Boul vard
\l ...ni. F'oriil i
Attorn. > foi Plaintiff }. ........
mil. County. Florida, witlili
.., montha from u
the liral pulilicutlor hereof, oi
Mini- \\ ill ban i
Dated al Mian Florid '
dH, ... De, ii.i.ii. \ I) IK't.
.11.MA SENA I M-
ISA M' SENACh i:
At i:>. cutom
Kirsi pubUcatHin ni 'In- lif
ii,,- ni day of Januai >
SIMON, HAYS* CJKCNDW BBO
a i ornej -I Bate
Kir) Hull
I Miami, Floi Ida ( ^
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
-., iTR-E 18 HBREIO tllVE."
:i ,, id, algned di
buaim -- i,i-i Ihi fi- '.,';"" '"' :',.
Kl.....E CIT1 STORES Or r
Avi iiu. | oral '......
Florid.....
..V ih. Circuit
I..,.,,. County, r'lorida......
UNBCI TIN G Ulrl s. IN- .
., i i.rida con'
B) BARTON s i DEI
\ n
... I DELI.
Ittorw
' '
H i
Sa
rcJR^I^ANO^OR^^I
couCSty.floridA5,n PROBATE
I, RE Batat, "i
ia sand1-er
" "notice to creditors
To All Cretlll
limH r Demanda Agn
'-,. ri -.nil..';
vided in >"';;;...' ,r ;.
. ,.
Dadi
- ....... ...
County. I
pi
Sin uti In ih.
;;^;;vsIni,;:,:k
\s Executor
,-... publication of ihla tv
.,,. flay ol -'-'".V,"1 '
HOWARD R HIRS4 ll
"XSK Beach Fla
-in -
-
I Mhim Florida, Ihla Btn
day of January, IKI.
1/8-15
1971
15-22
-JCEMETERY
24-HOUR SERVICE
omplcle burial and funeral
rangemenfs for Pf$ of oil
>es, including pick-up lervieo
lif ul Cemetery 6toundi
Craantion Services
rHorftrnfe f ricel
^26-7387 |
notice by publication
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
0? FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
No. 70-234M
COMPLAINT FOR
DECLARATORY JUDGMENT
AND INJUCTIVE RELIEF
BOIATNOOrUDBSiCONDOMlt M
i; INC
"""
No! For Profit,
Plalntifl
IIARR1 : ~v>]' '.
..,,,;; R> C.OLDS1 bl.N.
x"{r AND GINGER AXIJSR
[fiRRV GOLDSTEIN......
shir ;; .,,.,,,
,.,f
I .'fflk^eSTw'-f Public
'-: HARRY OOLDSTBIN
m m
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELFVENTH JUOICIAL CIRCUIT
OF Ft ORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO. 70-23079
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
s, ,\ i \ SARAH ,i H'Ntl
BLI is i'i KiPER VDCNG
Defendant ....
n i'i I IS ''' "','1' v' '" ~' '
YU KM IS COOPER VflCVO.
t '
.-"=- .'I demand. I -
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
,N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD'CIAL CIRCUIT
qV-V ORIDA IN ANf?RRDYADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No 71--C5
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
\\,;K1. I'ENNA,
Plaintiff t
PORA TEDBSCHI PENN \
,., her.l.j
nerve .1 '!> ,.......i.ini
'I'V'^ki-.
1-
. i
. ni,-
,,.r.^, ::; ......,.,n b. .'*'
r i -nl.i. this
]. url IbldeCoul, I
i ,,v: ,- p COPELAND
i ii put> i 'Ii rk
' S.' Ju.v.
- 'ONE A -' '- ,IIN
, |..; v \v : si- '
M i a ml. F
aii.'i ii- i for Phi ntlfl
I
' -
10101 WEST FLA6LER
Circuit Court <"
day of 1- l.i'uary
,l,, go, Judgment
taken agali v""
PON'T LET 100R MAIL ENP
OP IN THE DEAPLETrER
OFFICE. MAKE SORE
YOUR ADDRESSES ARC
eVRlTTEN CLEARgT AND
THAT THEY ARE COMPLETE
""l.i";h.^'i-'''' ''''''i'i'i>.'''
1971 If \.'U fall to
by default "ill ,'"'
v..u for ihe relief d, -
. i ... ,!, Hill of Ci.iillilino'
mS.nhtd,ntlce aha publlahed once
','' ,.i ,,.r four eonae.tlve wee*"
'';'' tiii- IKWISH FIOH1DIAN
ln.T,NB AND ORDERED al Miami
P,rtaa7thl4tl.awrof Jnu.n A.D
,M1 ,, B U^THIWMAN. Clerk
Deputy Clerk
(iri-nii Court ;>_. ...
OOLDSTBIN. CltANKj.lN.
,-IKiMN i 8CHRANK
Northeaal lrd BtreoJ
North Miami lleaeh. J"lorida
Attorneys for Plaintifl ..,5.^.-.
IN THF COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
NO. 70-4714FRANK B. DOV-LING
In RE B '
MICH W M 'S.'N :i K .i
\|i,'II m-:;. S M \TSHN
'" "NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All iT-l '- -'-'l % '
Ini ,'- '- I..... w
i;\:'.u an I ..... ""'
...i.,.pr..... I "" \".
which voU I ,l"x' ''l '" V
. ],- MICHAEL MATSON decea^
,.,l late of Dude County, Floi
1 gJatutea Ir! th. r office* m the Coun-
l-,|m, f the flral publication here- ,,,,,-w.t or oth
.- ,n hi '''-'
'. ou. '
rl"'XI ln\?8thdW of January A
" K H I EATHBRMAN. Cl
' ......?"./
t >ei.iii > i lerk
j ;,.-: I^KA.NK
c ,. pir I Sire- '
. j -i Plalntifl
IN THF CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
F' EVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
NNCTICE BY PUBLICATION
OB1K THOMAS, JR
ntlff,
Alil'ii-". l'r.1.1- THOMAS,
I re-idant. .
-,-,, ADD1B BELL THOMAS
i -,.- Streel
l: lM.lt. MichlRJ | ,|
v,,r ARE HBRE1D I
, C, mpla m lor Divorce haa
you, and wu .,.
.. v. a cops "
uli .,.! ng i" il'
si iiuiiii'-nn"11 .'ii ".........-, ,,, ,.;.,, mtorn,
pVriS 3i. and Ha the nrtpj"
with Uii Clerk ol ihe ahovi
Court, .....r before the 1
February, 1ST! or i
enter, .1 agai ia1 you
DATED 'In- -l"1 '''>
1971.
,if ,. ,,,,. ..,,.-. all) be barrel!
It.it.-,I .it Muini..
,,.,,',,1 I... ...il...-. A D 1J.
y PU1RBNCE M vTSi-N
\. Executrix
mm publication f 0U notice <
p'^'p^Salawociation
Attorn, v.s f,.r EaeiUtrlx
iiu, N Biacayne lilvd.,
Miami. Fla. MltJ ^ if.IJ.-S
Default will
i.f .lniiun
i- ii i r \tiii:kman
I. rk of Clreult Coui i
Bs C. P. COPE1 M>
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MINT JIUV jar
TOP U.S. CHOICE
U.S. GOV'T INSPECTED
4mdS*Ut
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RIB CHOPS ._____________________
GEORGIA FLORIDA GRADE 'A' FRESH ICED
LEG or BREAST
QUARTERS
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QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
SAVE MERCHANTS GREEK
STAMPS FOR FINE GIFTS!
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ALL VOLUMES NOW ON SAIE
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FLO -CANE OR SUNSHINE SWEiTS
0-OZ.
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LIMIT ONE JAR EITHER MAND. PLEASE. WITH OTHER
PURCHASES OF S7 OR MORE, EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
LB. BAG
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GARDEN FRESH U S NO 1 tfffclR ^t% IUSCIOUS FLAVORFUL _
Genuine Idaho Potatoes 10 79c D'Anjou Pears lB 29'
Grade1 A' Eggs
FLORIDA
FRESH
DOZ..
SMALL
SAVE 10c _
Borden's Cream Cheese pkg 29(
DELICIOUS
Florida Caught Mackerel
ORANGE
JUICE
FLO-SUN
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CONT.
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FRESHLY SLICED
KINGFISH T KA
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$ 49 VALJE
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Sour Half & Half..................cup 00 Ban Spray Deodorant
RITZ SODAS
LIMIT ONE BAG EITHER BRAND. PLEASE. WITH OTHER PURCHASES
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AVAILABLL AT STORLS AITH SERVICE COUNTERS
( .|_Y. ALL CHEESE AND LUNCH M EATS .SLICE 0
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Mun-chee Cheese................. 99
SAVfc JV All DARK. MfcAl m^m*
Rich's Turkey Roll i..99e
Freshly Smoked Sable.......... 99c
SAVE 40c LB RARE OR MEDIUM _
Lean Roast Beef fBR 59c
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Spanish Bar ioV*b*r 45c
SAVE ?c FOOD FAIR ^^^ ^^^
COUNTRY SQUIRE ^^ M M r
BREAD ir
Frozen Coffee Rich 3 69c
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Corned Beef
LEAN
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SLICED
39'
7-OZ
59
99'
BONUS SPECIAL! 65c VALUE!
ALL
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16-OZ
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BTLS
MORTON'S FROZEN
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