The Jewish Floridian

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

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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).
General Note:
Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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T elewinsh FIoo
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
folurr.e 44 Number 4
Miami, Florida Friday, January 22. 1971
Two Sections Price 2 r
CAIRO NMSFAPER REPORTS
Guerrillas Endorse Rogers Peace Plan
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i.\ Special Report
:.' M Amldsl con-
il the Pali s-
\ had decided to
opi osition to the U.S.
.\ the tsrai I <' ib-
'( i,, sdaj to ill mi a
in the Lndin cl ne-
acc in th
. r <"> ilda M< lr ami her
[ si began assembling an
r to Egypt's n sponsc to
>?osals [srael |
ns special i nvoy
1 >r, i. nnar V. Jan Ing d
nt -. isil here.
<'airo's ai swer, coui
Egyptian pn
tic shift in the position
ol the Central Committee of the
s .-i all< d Palestine Liberation
Front, w is greeted favorably
by top U.N officials. Secretary-
; i i Tl an) expr >s his
Itio 18 opi ir.ii-
A report In the a n i-official
m w -1 api r Al .' ii.
ii to refli ct offi-
..'..- ;' i ie Egyptian
ent, tonchi d off a ri
; aim st e\
Pali stinian group. The n ws-
.- i dd th ,i the | lerrilla
rot's Centra Co mittee
had decid) >l to endorse the plan
i peaceful
. ward bj
[ Stai f>
Rogers.
Th a; parent reversal I I
Palestinian |
.
of thi Stat
ra was deni I bj .' ab ti r-
i ii i. and
it damp
.... re.
I .
nci that the r I A
pi lic> shift follow) I i month I
I :
lists ill bot
iti I I-i.r Is quick 111.
i i banon aimed .
l :- s, m hen terrorist ad i\
oi iginati 'I there.
Campaign Of Terror And
News Briefs
Intimidation Unleashed Fi*.Aii*w bmk nh*
ID" IN iJTA' A cam-
paign ol terror and intimidation
has !) n unleashed against J--v.>
in Riga, including relatives of
El ndants in forthcoming I
Eccording to a telephone report,
ini four Jews were to go on
t there this week.
Ta Riga Ji ws who received
*:!]! :aJ ai onymous letters went
t ''..]'.. the Soviet *
it re refused help be-
r tn letl rs were anony-
the f >u;v s said.
to the same lurces
t ol I '
b n dismissed I
i \ Riga Jew
ii
when sn i d to 1
} s In ord
i- : : an i xit
Soviet authorities onexpeet-
Idl) iu-i)i >i|i the >-\it vtua which
h.u! been Issued t)i two promi-
nent iii *i activities who have
mi opaaly agitating for their
riu'n ii> etnlgratei ami their tsm-
Isunilii-s. Boris T'liki'rmiin and
Vitaly SvichiiiKky had l'n ex-
pecting to leavve for Israel this
wi'i'k.
Tsik. rman was described as
a physicist who became an ex-
perl of Soviet law and who has
been challenging the Soviet re-
gime in is own courts on Is
hi;.' laivcrnmont censorship of
private mail. He was also said
i,. ict ;i- a Ii lison betw < m Jews
wh i w anl to Ie ive and S i' Ii I
sci mtists and Intel-
ds, Jews and non-Jews
among them, who lv.\ e b
ii rcpres-
l [is dep irture would de-
dissi lents, who
iselves the Democratic
...

i icr cy.
ve
permitting the departure of ac-
tivists who are also prominent
members of the Jewish commun-
ity. Soviet authorities reason
that they are getting rid of prime
agitators and at the same time
. ing the dissident movement.
The second trial of nine .! ws
in Leningrad, already postp I
once, ill be delaj n :.1 the
end of Febru > an I the pend-
ing trials of Jews In Riga and
Kishinev are al i experli ncing
to reports re>
ci Ivi '1 by th. .1. wish T Ii rraph-
Vgcncy l ist eek. Th -
ond Leningrad I and the
in Rig i were to t il i
r this month id the 1
st t 'I'
d '. Febi uary
Big Four Guarantee No
Substitute For A Treaty
JERUSALEM (JTA1 Ls-
raeli officials said today that
they were not opposed to a l>:s:
!>...! Run ran tee of a future set-
Humphrey, Taft Support
Continued Aid To Israel
JEW YORK Dele-
s from all parts of the na-
gathcred here Sunday for
Inaugural of the 70th anni-
sary ot the Jewish National
pri. A dramatic new program
the conquest of the Arava.
els mast forbidding desert,
ptcliimr from the Dead Sea
lie R) ,1 Si a, was unfolded bv
I ir Jacob Tsur, w >rld
irman of the Fund in Jeru-
i. T>ie reclamation bv the
of 10.000 acres of soil and
pn p tr it Ion of sites for six
settlements he told the dcl-
wiii pave the way for the
human habitation since the
of time in this neglected
^r of the Middle East. Th-
br Plan will require a smd-
^i.il financial commitment
American Jewry over an
thi -year ," ri > i the
p t k in the Arava will in-
the construction of high
dims to divert flood wa-
Ithe sweetening of the salty
Banti nhi Iterbelt avenues
ps around fields, and bla^-
ecess ruaili.
United States Senators Hu-
bert Humphrey of Minnesota
and Robert Taft. Jr.. of Ohio,
who addressed the delegates at
the overflow assemblage, de-
clared unequivocally their sup-
porl of Israel during the crit-
ical .luring talks with the Mid-
east powers, and called upon the
administration to intensify its
aid to the Jewish state.
Taft warned that a Mind over-
reaction to US. involvement in
Vietnam poses a serious threat
<., the capability and will of die
U -;. to promote i i- aceful solu-
,,.,., |n the Middle East "Forc-
es ot neo-isolationism al work
in Ami rica today must be con-
. i. red th single greatest threat
tinued existence of the
of Israel." said he. "Even
if tii se neo Isol itiontets give lip
service to an American commit-
ment to Isra i. they are pi
policies tint detract from
the credibility <>f a men
commitn ent. Thev make it im-
possible for the I'.S. to h
one."
tlement between Israel anl ii-
Arab i-.ighbors but that it
should follow the est iblishment
of a peace treaty and not be a
substitute for one. The idea of
four power guarantees has been
advanced by Kgypt and is sup-
ported by France.
An Israeli spokesman said that
in Israel's view, peace-making
activities must center on United
Nations mediator. Dr. Gunnar
V. Jarring, not on the Big Four.
Once a peace treaty, including
agreed borders which are final,
secure, and recognized is achiev-
ed, "we can consider the possi-
bility of great power guaran-
tees," the official said maintain-
ing that this represented no
departure by Israel from past
policies.
Herut leader. Menachem Bei-
gin claims that it w i- clear from
the onset of the Jarring talks
that Israel's agreem ml In prin-
cipal to withdraw from occupied
territories has not advanc 'd
peace prospects "by one iota"
According to Beigin, whose
Cabal faction walked out of the
government last summer because
f it- c ptance of the cease-
fire and the Jarring talks, the
negotiations only invited pres-
sure for further retreats.
PARIS (WNS) Diplomatic sources here have reported tl
Algeria's sudden embargo of oil shipments to France may cause
diplomatic break between the two countries. It was believed
Franco-Algerian diplomatic break would be followed by Impiw
Franco-Israeli relations.
Soviets Charge "Provocation"
WASHINGTON (WNS) Informed sources here 5 I the
Sovi t Union has charged tne Us. with "provocation" for inter-
ng in the Rigerman case. Tiw U.S. on Dee. IS granted citin -
ship t i Leonid Rigerman and hi- Brooklyn-born mother. Mrs
Esthw Rigerman: Rtgentiaii's U.S. attorneys said the Sovi
. ned the Stati ". p n im nfs motive in
: hall onlj two ii
Reeord-Breaklng !:J7.000 Tourists
.'. RUSALEM (Wl Minister ol Tourism Moshe Kol r
In i despite las; year's cholera outbn I the airl
record shall ring 437,000 tourists visited Is
1070. 11 -.,:! Israel would seek to rease t I nun >
the next three years.
K'nai ll'rilli Budget Cut
WASHINGTON (WNS) For the first time in decades. IV-
B'rith has cut its operating budget. The organization's Board
Governors approved a 1971 budget of $lt;.7 million, three percent
less than 1970's budget of $17.25 million.
Arab Requests Caneellation
JERUSALEM Seif A-Din Zouabi. an Arab Kness |
member from Nazareth who is a Deputy Speaker of the Knesset,
has asked Premier Golda Meir to cancel his appointment to a sU: -
cabinet post. Ho would have been the first Arab to serve in BUCh
a position. Zouabi took his action after every cabinet memb-v
but one refused to accept him as an aide.
Kgvptian Jews Arrive In Paris
PARIS i WNS' Aided by the French Foreign Ministry, which
supplied travel documents, lino Egyptian Jews have arrived In
Pans and been taken under the wing of the welfare service of t
Fond Social.' Juif Uniile. the major central Jewish communal or-
zation in France. Some 2,000 North African Jews and 12
jeus from Eastern Europe have arrived in France during the
l months.
Latin Anieriea Tiistafole*
lonix^n iwnsi Yosei I-'lb Klarman, head of the Jew:- i
Agency's Youth Aliyah Department, h ted that "Jews
I.at. i America are sitting on a volcano." Declaring that .
America "is no more a stable continent as far as Jews are .
cerned.' Klarman said the Jews or Latin America were plead; -
to have their children accepted as Youth Aliyah wards.


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Ambassador Dinitz To
Confer Shalom Award
S.mcha Dinitz, political advisoi
t i Prime Minister GoMa Melr, 'ill
I the guest speaker at the an-
AMBASSADOR S/JWCH4 DINITZ
. nd
p .; >r Worn Is -i Dinner of
St re, Saturd F b. 6, at the
F 'ili >tel. Am issador
...... >r ol Is-
rael infer
the SI o Israel Sh ilom Av
i p '.' I Mrs Moi r:s New-
. on this occasion.
v chairm in, and
Mrs, Hai ... ch tirman I ir
I'. >neer Women n porl th il th"
rtirner, sen l! lied : ir s 'ven o'cl ><':
in thi Fonl ine Ro im of the Fon-
i n -ble :'i II teL ill be i festive
i -. t ini I Itar? music pr le i I1:-'
the Lenny Daws n 9 tci 'ty orches-
tra .-:!': o itstanding i nterl ill ment.
H'ndine tV committee with Mr
Levin and Mrs. Green are Rabbi
i :>. Kronlsh, honorary chair-
man, and Joseph J. Zuckonnan
prg and Bernard
(' nui'-l. cochairmen an 1 Sam
Feinstein, Trusts of Israel.
Mr. Dinil/.. whose po-
i it cal advisor to Prime Minister
(; la Mi Ir i< on" o' the nn>st im-
portant in the government of I<-
racl. lvis held key as" W in
Jerusalem and on the interna-
t mal scone as a career officer in
Israel's Ministry for Foreign Af-
sine- 1051. From 1966 until
I.i~ appointmenl to Washington,
D.C. in 1988, he was Minis!
Plen ; i I..... ary to Italy. Named
Polit'cal Secret iry and l
of the Cabinet of the Foreign
Minister in 19C3, he served for the
next three years as a member of
the Israel Delegation to the United
States
fMRMlg the stfnsttive posts which
be has held was that of Minister
ol infomviti >n a: the Embassy of
Israel in the United States Knrlier
he had been attached to the De-
utmenl of Information a.: the
;- | : tssy. His distinguished
ird als i In 'ludes service as
i) -,. th Dcpa "' il of
Infoi n i1 i In I Mil Istry of
!-' : :: \; airs In J rus item.
The a nbassador was born in
1929 n Tel Vv md receh d his
prin 1 secondary e '.neation
th n Afl .- In '''- Isi
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.' in 1948 tnd I 149
c.....to th I S1 ites to si '
t the U '
of C i. Li !"". h at ad. d
the iwn Univi rs ts S h ioI
n S :e in Wash i I
I i.i v. where h ol lined a B S
i tl .- i '.: -
!,,,-. .. f] ,... the G o t iw n I'ni-
School, ivli
he sp I in nl nal Law,
Forte Forum's lecture Topic:
'Distorted Economic System'
Tues lay's 10 a.m. Fort < Forum
li cture In the auditorium a1 1200
Wesl Ave.. Miami Peach, will be
iv n by Kai i >n S i In in, M.D.,
D.D.S., on "The I >is1 irti d Eco-
nomic System >.i the I'.S.A."
Dr. Shcinman, a graduate of the
City College ol New V >i k. Colum-
bia University, the University of
Vienna (Oral Surgery) and the
University of Berlin, is the irmer
editor of Dental Outlook, and has
lectun d and written on Science,
Philosophy and Economics.
Literary Critic Is i
Greenfield Series*
Lecturer Sunday
Dr. Irving Howe, one of the na- j
r m*S pruildlieni Hterary critics, !
'. will brteg a unique dimension t? |
Sunday morniits's Greenfield In- j
Stitute lecture at Temple Israel of,
i j e ler Mi inu when he disows
-Yiddishkeit (Jewish Culture) in'
America: Its Past. Present and
Fotupe."
Tsacher, author, -ditnr a- 1 crit-
le an acknowledged leader o'|
American culture D- H ie i-
i : inslntor and Yiddish experl
With r i be he
a.st pub'ished a '"Treasury of Vid-
i .-. p ,. i-v ,., are '" V lame
to their c ol Yi -'> '
' nter I n "
tsh as universal Ian......
the popularity of stories b' Isan
.... gh a,...-. \' ,-'
nd D". Howe's s
ect pan v topic
p. ] ,.. h i h iu ''
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Discussion Group Meets
The Gn at Bo k Disc
Group mi i ting in the Mi i I B a< h
Public Library, 2100 Collins Ave.,
at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday "ill take
Vico, author of "The New Sci nee"
as its to| ryone is welcome
OUR ANSWER TO ISRAEl .
WE VIII BUY ISRAEL BONOS
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Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Luria. who will be the guests of honor
at Temple Beth Am's annual Combined Jewish Appeal-
r Israel Emergency Fund campaign dinner-dance on Satur-
day. Feb. 6 at the King's Bay Country Club, are shown
with the temple's spiritual leader. Rabbi Herbert M.
Baumqcrd, (left).
Temple Beth Am
Honors Lurias
Mr ai il Mrs. 1/vm-inl Luria w II
be 11 | m sts of honor it T 'triple
i. n >r-dance, which
... h< Id on behalf of the L971
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergei > Ftmi cai paign Satur-
day evening, Feb. 6, at the King's
Bay Country Club.
.'. William Baros, chairman of
Temile Hfth Am's CJA-IEF din-
ner, and RatM Herbert M. Baum-
gard, spiritual loader of the tem-
pi... also announced that Mr. and
Mi .. Krncst Harris have accepted
thf ctia rmanship <>f the Commit-
tee i Hosts, and that Mrs. Gerdn
Klein, author of "All Hut My Life,
will-1>' thi' special guest speaker
foi the arvent.
David Light, Mr-, and Mrs. Nor-
man Lip| iofl Mi ind Mi s. B 'rn-
ard Mai II Mi nd Mrs. Alan
Marcus, Mr. ind Mrs. Robert Mil-
ler. Dr. and Mrs. Morton Notarius,
Mr. and Mrs. Evan Olster. Mr.
and Mrs. William Rafkind, Dr nd
Mrs. Howard Ros n, Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Rosen, Mr. and Mrs. Neil
Schiff, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald
Schwartz, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley
-Shut", Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Siegel,
Mr and Mrs. Fred Stone, Mr. and
Mrs. Richard B. Stone. Mr. and
Mrs. Howard Trip./. :.ir. and Mrs.
Irving Wexler, Mr. and Mrs Har-
ild Tucker, Mr. and Mrs. Barton
Udell and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wise.
Documentary Film
On Middle East To
He Aired On Ch. 10
Ho do you make a film that
will t.'il the tr iih about th Mi l-
1-1. i bout the feelings
Vrabs and Jew m ho live
i is, you go io
the turce the people. V 111
> beyond the | ida .
nd th -;.. ch i extremists,
eyond the nllr
Th i|iri'iniiles (ir peaceful
:lsl nee ami m I ng
\: abs in l J" '-s in [srfl
do< umented in "B lyond. the
Mil', i .'. h l hour c dor mo-1
i u to be show n on WPL<
TV, Ch. 10. :,i 4:15 p.m. Sunday.
The film was produced by the
Jewish Chautauqua Society with |
iiv assistance of a grant from i
Murray .1. Rymland, of Baltimore,
Tiv society, founded in 1883, is
the educational project of the Na-
tional Federation of Temple
Brotherhoods to foster interfaith
undei standing.
A \ear in preparation, "Beyond
the Mirage" was filmed in Israel
hi "cinema verite" styl with
Vrabs and Jews telling it like it
;s. in their own words. Lome
; ;. s( r of th top-rat d
inz ." is the n irrator.
Conference on Soviet Jewry
Seeks Volunteers, Members
The South Florida Conference
on Soviet Jewry, which was initi
ated by the American Ji wish Con-
[I -s m 1965 lo em.: .'male all |
.. ; \ iti.'s in beh If of Son i"i Jews
in this area, is Inviting all
ci rin d individuals to become mem-
bers of the organizatii n and assist
in the expansion of its activities,
according to Yosel Yanich, execu-
tive director of the AJCongress,
who also serves as Conference co-
ordinator.
All activities of the organization
are centered at the AJCongress
office, Suite U-B, U90 NE 125th
SI.. North Miami. Interested per-
sons may volunteer their services
by calling that office.
5-fl
J. LOUIS SHOCHET
FounderThe Jewish Floridian
Called to His Eternal Rest on
TEVETH 25th, 5699JANUARY 16th, 1939
"Oxy lu-e in Ucxhti W,t exw-e HMtid
9.6 to- w-t OwvvWi!*
Vfembi "> of tlv Comn tl e ol
H-'- istiH m formation! incl
.\. M h Altschul
V Herbert B tumgai d
li, g mu i '
' .Mo:. B ;:'<. '"i
i M Arth ir C inn, I "
Mrs Maxwell D M and
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Jui Mf
il Mr m 1 M ; v ing <". !/.
Mr. and t; ;. Dr.
nnd Mrs Reheri (.>id.v\ n. Mr. and
Mi Jacx If.:man, I)r. an '. Mi
Jen .' be; Mr. and Mrs Jack
ICamin, Mr. and Mr- James Kauf-
man Mr. and Mrs. Alan Kessler,
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25 TEVETH 5731
Look For Security Council Debate
By seizinq the initiative and presenting U.N. mediate'
Dr. Gunnar V. Jarring with some concrete proposals, Israel
has confounded the Egyptians and others who believed that
it would continue to haggle over procedures and thus give
its enemies more material for propaganda.
The Egyptians now say that they seek a settlement
guaranteed by the big powers and enforced by a U.N.
force which would include troops from the United States,
the Soviet Union, Britain and France. This, of course, is in
addition to their demand for complete Israeli withdrawal
from the territory occupied following the Six-Day War, as
well as a meeting of the Security Council before the ex-
piration of the present cease-fire on Feb. 5.
While Israel is not opposed to the big power guaran-
tees, it is obvious that this will have meaning only when
both sides are committed to live up to a peace agreement,
and the Arabs are not yet ready to make that commitment.
In the Israeli view the Security Council meeting, can only
create more public bitterness, as both sides play to their
home prejudices rather than the essentials of the situa-
tion. The big powers should not ignore this as they con-
template the stakes in the oil-rich Middle East. We look
for some Security Council debate in the very near future.
It Could Be A Major Point In Talks
The importance of Jerusalem to Jewry has been estab-
lished for thousands of years and the ties of Christians and
Moslems to the sacred city have been well-established for
centuries. How much the magnificent old city means to the
entire world was illustrated with real force recently when
30 men and women from outside Israel met to discuss the
master plan for Jerusalem which is nearing its completion.
Among those involved on the Jerusalem Committee
were such men familiar to Americans as Buckminister
Fuller, Louis Kahn, Philip Johnson and Lewis Mumford,
men whose contributions to architecture and urb-inoloay
are legendary in our times. Most of these feel that the
Plan, in the making for six years, should be scrapped be-
cause it neither enhances the guality of Jerusalem as it now
is, nor as it should be. Serious consideration must be given
their views.
We don't fully agree with Mumford's recommendation
that Israel, in effect, establish its capital elsewhere than in
Jerusalem, but he makes a strong point when he states that
Judaism has given Jerusalem to the whole world and that
it should be made into a world cultural and religious center
enjoying special privileges and extra-territorial status. This
suggestion, taken in the context of the criticism of the mas-
ter plan, could be one of the major points in the peace talks
with Egypt and Jordan.
Presidential Appointees Raise Doubts
The presidential appointment of a four-member panel on
non-public education has opened again the issue of gov-
ernment support of parochial srhools. Although the
President's stated purpose when he announced nis com-
prehensive program en education almost a year ago was
not to aid any religion in particular but to promote diver-
sity in education, his appointees raise seme doubt as to
the veracitv of that statement.
Two of the four are associated with the Catholic pa-
rochial school system, a third is an official of the National
Union of Christian schools (Protestant); the fourth, tho
former head of Phillips Exeter Academy, v/ill b? the one
secular representative, although he, too, is known to favor
use cf public funds for parochial schools.
With the exception of the Orthodox wing of Judai im
and some isolated liberals who have changed their stance,
the American Jewish community views this COnlnuod
pressure for breaching the traditional will bptwecn church
and state with alarm. Recognizing the difficulties faced
by Jewish as well as Catholic end Protestant parochial
schools today, the Jewish leaderslro still believes that
financing should come from the religious groups, them-
selves, and not from the American taxpayer.
(Last September, regular readers
of this column were exposed to .1
w.nn.ng campaign for .Democrat..
County CommitteemaiWln tftt) in-
trresti o( politico) auction and
,""octrne of fair play, tlU week
I'm giv.na ei.ual time to a loser "'
the following interview.
Question: John Mi Derm >tt in
the Mi; mi Herald rep -
y0U lost to red Coh n I
tj 1 hairin in on the sec ind
. a u 1 id : "im
,-st. 32 to 20. That -
-. : ins?.
i. iu 1 .! Cohen: N I
; 1 itt h id rcma
,,! th other 1
. : w.u .1 have I
, lr isl th so "- -
on vi rj ballot.
Emily D ir field, ij '
mate, lost to Esther Wi issen-
. 37 1 36, for vice i
mar.. Betty Hani, who w is 1
late for scci tl iry, los
the sec 1 ballot by 38 I
and Bill Nazarkewich, our in y
winner, took the treasurei
37 t i 33 McDermotl would h ive
noted. I am wire, the curious
phenomc ion of di\ erse
hostile fi rcescoali scing around
orM issue: "''' at '' liberals"
Question: [| trial was the c -
why didn't they do that b
election night?
Edward Cohen: Tints i-i'.y
explained. The opposition Is s i
I accustomed to double-dealing it
was difficult to believe th il oui
claim of 30 certain votes w is
true, thought he really had a ch
Thi y i!s i knew that if there is
a s cond b Hot i> ilitic il am i-
tcurs were bound to lone
though their >v n bas'c siop
, \" .sed thi i '1 we ikness
Question: Why do yon sv
"amateurs" wh n y 11 wer
to act so dlv "" ""''
is?
i: Iward Cohen: I us a the
term amateur" because I didn t
id sound like a poor I sei
! mote a felJpW ulu' was ',:1
hor si !'. albeit ivluct ml y.
Its the si> i :
ie beau1
Question: 1": '
;. pre s
i dward Cohen: w
r th
you
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out I


\
f 1 would
: [ wes fit
'
[ V 01
l,i s.ij, 1 but
.iously. I si
i.; -......
a tw 5t only p >'iti
.....at".
Question: Can you
I young men?
Edward Cohen: It's not e is>:
Hi -, move very I u'. like th is
relations hus s wh i
to hire out to ; 'live
> t i the B o idwaj c >1-
i ,ts N 'v V ii k n -
p :- Now they perform simi-
lar y 1 M- the political |
lati tns men who are the pow -
rs in Fl irida p i itics H i I
the R rm Democr Is col
the chairmanship, It ild ha
n a dramatic ch inge in the
it irtv structure, a m i< n st>p In
iping a 'il.' i":n"!"! or
i Thai kind of nt**) ":
: ,i of the ba ''! ige
a and that were a 1 >t
ire (''- rl
Question: > I me in Ihe
fi> ish I'
Edward Cohen: Ai ; > li >
- em ixctiy
the i :- iblishmcnt ii
cfiough : ; that
mat the Stroii tng '""'
. .-, ivUlOK^JJR.SiaS b?*
fHe tT7*oihershjd to maK
ich time, 'he
Domoci it hi the C "" v
: ;-i ibtis knov
l;y \vhn:ii it ttMi-aV '" '
ii in : itt'< for dc'^
c: iti Ponvej
the i.n
v I -. uar a tor)
\ ir ':
I rijey I. It t)."
'
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Question: Spea.k
:', m hi. ti bclii ved th u oi
i,'I'll factor in )
i v il: ,t Ted Cbriai :
.. : hi iu' liarH "air I'
il and "'i
Ih il mi 'une liki George W
irsta: v, were th* Dor
ii iminee, you not
;- ;c him.
Edward Cohen: He's t
irter bui if he had check
who \\ ii'aliy behii
tl i winning o 'ai.tion he wou
h i\.' discovered that it was tti
"stoii the llberab:" p
who had no hesitation in worl
: 11 ude Kirk against Ro
e t King High and for Sen I i
m > i linst Un-'i> Collins. That
their b ir. not party loyalty. Ou
.ace Is tonesty.
Question: Bit your defi
m hi.' yon unhappy?
Edward Cohen: It ma lc
wife happy, my children
n v i :": happy: even Ted C
hen's sniile k bigg than e\-
How could n be unh ip
\ '' h !':in-:~ ~.i much
other "
MATTER OF FACT
by JOSEPH ALSOP
WASHINGTON The chanc-
es are thai in Saigon, M
Laird has made a bad bus
siiii worse. Even if he has nol
,'. ,:.. s i. moi eover, it is high
time f >i :'H to understand in-
cluding Richard M. Nixon
that the Pi m I t's secretarj
the grand saboteur of the Pi --
Ident's Vietnamization ;
The prii pies il the
b ith simple ind -
An er c in ground f irees wei to
bo pro essively wit i im
Vietnan iving th-* South
Vietn imese army t rarry the
len il ground comb
mi wwiim.i: v h it th -
in Vietnam e.ill "the
sets" were to stay in pit
The assets .tv air power pt
ticularly including hellcopte
artillery nut the whole m
chinery of logistical support.
Most "i the assets ware,
still are, American-named ai
A i i i-controlled. But tl
e oi the Vieti
". \\ i- thai enough Vii i
tu be trained i
- \n I the assi i
w thi t be Vietn imize
tix>, bv being ti ins 'rre t I
V
it is ,M th i matler of I
thatSecretaryl
l \
-i"t.- iboi ry '
.
iwledge
Pi mlent o D Henrj
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. ,.
" I prevlo'is \iini i
Irn-iiti m, kn iwn is N
to hi '
ir Vii i

THE l>o< IMKVT
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only h i i .' the ii l<
I \'i-n Cm./ Pi
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nee | pen irin i I ie S >uth V
to cop \v:,1i th
I ..': i N. rth V '-
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Friday. January 22% \T\ ,
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Max Lcrncr
Sees //
NEW YORK Consider the new Revelation according to
Melvin: Having been treated to three phases of American Con-
sciousness by Charles Reich, we have now had revealed to us
the three phases of disengagement from the war by Defense
Secretary Melvin Laird.
Phase One, stretching probably to the 1972 < lections, will
end with the withdrawal of all American combal troops except
enough to proteel the air and la forces
Phase Two i irries farther the Victimization ol the war,
de air and l"-.-i~tics as well. And since the training is
more complex than for ground combat, one's guess is thai this
maj take another five years say from 1071 to 1977.
With Phasi Three there will be ii" actual American '..-'"and,
air or igisl forces inly a nucleus of "ad\ sere," and there
i- liltli : ison why this phase should not last anothei dec le.


Tills is PROTRACTED WAR, and ii has b har-
istic > iur 1 Prot ted war embraces in its capacious
naw the Aral s ..- .\ 11, and the Portuguese and
thoir A". m "i tin' Greal Powers is
that ol thes< wars, to k<-;> them from escalating
dangerously, while thej extract wh I i idvantage they can
from them. I used to think thai the chronicles of the Thirty
V.-ars War and the Hundred Years War described only faraway
barbaric times, bui thej maj even better describe our age and
the age to come.
President Nixon bans, if spoke of the "endless war" In
Vietnam, even while he was speaking of the prospect of Ameri-
can disengagement. His Initial promise to "end" the war mast
now be translated into the terms of a promise t > end an active
American ground combal role in it.
The two are not the same. Rut. quite possibly, most
- will !" content with the second, if it means that the
> e C II 5 a measure ol Mr N \ i i's skill of
tl : me we c m en ,- running
for P lencj th Americ-i mostly out of the
yet si


HOW 1)11 : r M VI : EN '
cess of 1 Sa
i I; st a ption o
Hal i s [ore > sin e
tnouk's dJ in (
,;iil no analysis cl exclude thi the she >r war-
weariness of the North Vietnamese and Vk Cong. They h
right to be weary, alter 30 years of protracted, unending strug-
gle. Yet they are in tact weary, and their economy is in
trouble (especially in food raising), and with He's death they
lack leadership and are caught in factional struggl >.
The picture I present will Iv disputed and may well prove
wrong. If there is another that fits the observed facts and the
recent dispatches better. I will embrace it. But the opponents
>f the war should not again in their hostility to Administration
policy, make the mistake of elevating (he other camp to a
position ol strength or virtue it doesn't possess.
The Hanoi leaders are clearly In trouble, both with the war
and with their home front. Their Politburo seems split into
Ivoc iting the mount in,; of ofl nsh again.
at whatever cost, whil< the oilier plugs for protracted war. low-
1 th a tei ., ,nd patienc meant t i o
Thieu and Ky, Laird, Kissii Nixon and all.

"fr
THE LATTER I- LIKELY to pie-, il. The time has gone
: a military victory b} either side. And President Nixon
- unlikely to accept the Popular Front peace solution which
- what everyone means by a "political settlement." If this is
true, there will be an American presence in Vietnam al-
though a diminishing one f;- some time to come. Rut the
chances are also high that there will be a Saig in government
not dominated by the Communists.
I don't mean to exclude the moral question. American in-
\ ilvemenl was shabb) morally, as it was a blunder politically.
Rut I can't go along with the argument that it is Immoral I h
America to "Vietnamize" the war and let the Vietnamese on
Amei n don't. This pushes moral purity
pretty far.
It would : -tment ol the p ej il selling
at ms to Israel wh u | \ irican
lon't. l fii : nt with such perfectionism.
'lves, and it makes
with n il
Temple Beth Sholom
Will Honor Kaplans
Mr. and -Mrs. Irving B. Kaplan
will be honored at Temple Beth
Sholom'S annual campaign dinner
rem le Beth Sholom and present-
ly is a member oi its toard oi
din cl
rad ate of Adelpbi Ul
S1tv. Mrs. Ivai-ian has UiUttuU4i>
New York < Ity o id Dade County .
put |ic schools. She has rved as
nt cl the Nort
men.ars School P.T V. and as
T< ii I th S "ls
Sch il's | -idem, as w< ll as pres-
ide) ;l" '' mnl 'v
Board ol 1 ducation. She is
n the t iple's Sistei I.
p, past five
pi ', j -.'., m n's Divis
nati i nt of the AJ
Won* n's 1' ; |s a,so :'
leading mi mliei the Greal
Miami Jewish Federation's Wi .
Division, and is chairman
the Miami i'. ach Area Bo
iiers' Bureau. Her community
letivitus includi service as Mis
<: ach Residential chairman of the
United Fund and as a Trustee at i
member of tl"- United Fpnd's l\-
i ^ ive I Jommil ti e.
Mi- and Mis Marvin (
aeceptanci ol th* chairmanship uf
the Initial Gifts Division for t -.
197! campaign was announced '.
r, m-'le Beth Sholom pn sidi
Hi K it ir
David Pinksi 'Oneg Shabbos'
\ thoi fcturei l. i ..-.
s-, ak on i hi B ok of J
I ti nor Sol Zwi ig< 1 w .il
i i am of ll Invv
at I I1 !
Culture Clul '
,...-. i meg Shabbos In Ih
;.; pis iei J nior High Scho
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MR. and MRS. IRVING K APIAN
th Playb iy I
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according to an ai i
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1971 Combined J wash Appi al-
Israel Emergency Fund campal
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Sholom. to the Great -r Miami Ji w-
ish Fedi ratioi ind to the : oi Ii
of Israel, j- an i xamplc ol
Jewish family's eommitmenl t
fellow Jews," Ii i Ian I 1 'r, l
isli, spiritu leadet ol >
temple .and iss in of
the I'.'Tl CJA-II F ea
Mr. Kai lai i it of New
York i' nivi I I Law
ia ii live in /

s. rved as pn sidi nt of thi Pi
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Mr Kaplan has servi
nan of tl rant Divi
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th i Jri at; r Miami Jew Ish F
tion, and 'd the United Fund of
Dade County. He has served as
treasurer and as vie" president of
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Judge Cypen Chairman Of Dinner-Dance
J udge Irvint; Cypen, honorary
presidi nt <>f the Jewish Home for
the A'Tnl (Dougla Gardens) has
accepted the chairmanship of its
25th anniversary dinner-dance, to
be held at H i PJ i! boy Plaza Hotel
Saturday evei April 24, ac-
cording to an annoi ncemenl m
by the Home's pri sidi nt, Leo
i. Jr.
factprs arid supporters of
the Jewish Homo for the Ag< d will
celebi ite iff ihnivei sary w iih a
'fin;' i nt ini rod food and
fellowship, top entertainment and
music for dai I v as an-
nouni !.
T>m insr its of sei vice to
the aged of G Miai the
I fomi has increased its capacity
from 38 beds to fa ilities for more
than 222 resW nts, n was noted.
"Wi have i < a odi i n
n< erii v: institution in keeping with
progressive concepts," Judge Cy-
pen d.-elared. "and today Douglas
and meaningful living to its resi-
dents," Mr, Kaiish noted, "and on
April IN!, thousands of Miamians
vho have ln instrumental In
uaxdens is considered a combine- making this organization a suc-
tion nursing home, social agency, cess will mark its quarter of a
renanj itative workshop, recrea- c
tlonal social-religious center and century of service during this gala
thi ra| utic nviroi i ent for the ''v,': '"':-
e'd< rly. I' s a unique con-
Members of the Silver Anniver-
sary Planning; Committee include
Col. Jacob Arvey, Mrs. Lilyati
I!' eki rmai Louis Bn si >r, 'athan
Darsky, Klliott Denni David B.
I'm i man, Abe Hirsch, Jimmy Ko-
pclowitz, Mrs. Irving Kramer,
The Home's executive disaMU. k AafOn Kravltz. Dr. frvirig Lehr-
.V,!' r : ':' :' '"' ,; nan, Harrj A. Levy, Mrs. Louis
the numbei rsons over 65 ,, ... ,,
oars : the Ui itrd States Mi '" Baron *"Hlr* Meyer,
is now .! ... million, or|^us- Baron deHirsch Meyer, Mrs.
cept I i nit; vlng for s< n-
"' citi ns," the j idg.....included.
'It is nt just a bi : ins r b rd-
ing h wh( the aged come to
live, i "i is -i placi wher | I
i no n6l onlj in
in fael ai d in spii it."
U>'- Lf th s popi lation. It:
Dade County, 'h record increase
in population b tween 1946 and
1971 is onlj surpassed by the phe-
nomi nal growth oi its elderly pop-
ulation, he di dared.
JVDSE miW CYPfN
Benjamin Meyers, Albert E. Ossip,
Main ice Pearlstein, Mrs. Byrtha
Phillips. Jack S. Popfck, Mrs. Jay
Rcchtschaffer, Sam Ruby. Law-
i rence Silverman. Mrs. IawTi-nf
Silverman. Mrs. Sol Silverman,
"Douglas Gardens is a special-. Mrs. Joseph Stein, Mrs. Sidney
it pnmrtinitv offering dignified Weintranb and Marshn'I Wiso.
' Men's ORT Chapter "
Installation-Dinner
The Greater Miami Men's Chap-
ter of American <>rt Federation
will hold its annual installs
dinner at the Morton Towers R -
! taurant at 7:30 p.m. Saturday,
.ran. 30, with the Hon. Fredi tick
X. Barad, Circuit Coin i Judi :-;
installing officer.
The musical cntertainmenl will
! pn vicii d by vocalist Yola
ac< i I I Mrs. Rose f
stoi e, con< r1 pianist. "'
are ii vitcd !> bring iilends, m igh-
boi-. and prospeelive membeis.
R'nai Zion Meeting
A meeting I at s i-.ni. Thursday, Jan. 28,
; in th.' Washington Federal Bldg.,
' 1234 Washington Ave., Mi
: Beach, with "News and Views" bj
Esther Shapin and truest speaker
Frank Berman discussing the life of
C'haim Weitzman. Refreshments
will be sponsored by Louis and
| Rose Weiss in honor of their 30th
' wedding anniversary.
I
When most people think of EL AL,
they think of Israel. That's pretty'
logical, since Israel is where we
come from.
But please don't forget about the'
other places we fly to.
If you're traveling to Europe, you
can take an EL AL flight to London,
Rome, Athens, or Geneva. And if
none of these cities is your destina-
tion, take EL AL to one of them any-
way. We'll make arrangements for
a connecting flight on another air-
line from there to wherever you
might be going.
What's important is that your trip
to Europe on an EL AL flight will be
supporting the Israel economy. And
EL AL is part of the economy.
For information on our European
schedules, contact EL AL or your
local travel agent.
The folks back homo would ap-
preciate it.
A
The Airline of Israel
r ?.*? uour travel agent or El AI Israel Airlines, 1602 Washington Avenue. Miami Boach, Florida (305) 532-5441
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Friday. January 22, 1971
Half the world is hungry
Will you help, for todafi
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Israel, please take a moment to send a giit to others who are helping to
bu Id Israel. You may send food packages to refugee families,- tools for use
in building programs; and books for use in educational activities through-
out Israel.
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package you send will bear your name and address as donor.
Rejoice again with those you love in Israel by sending them packages
through CARE. Bring them your warmth and affection and mako fair
splrits brighter and fuller through your thoughtful gifts. Your gifts will
bring happiness to each recipient whether they are your relatives and
friends, or institutions or a needy refugee family.
Help to rebuild Israel through your gift of FOOD, TOOLS. BOOKS and
MEDICAL SUPPLIES thus enabling them to make their way in life.
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119 E Flagler St., Miami 374-1761
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324 N.E. 13th St., Miami 371-7804
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+Jmlst nerkfiatn
Page 9-A
aft and tomorrow?
bBuild Israel
fl?hki
sma
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can nver end. CARE does more than feed people. It also uses focd to help
educate children, to nourish preschool youngsters to full growth, or as
pay while villagers build schools, roads and water systems. St adds self-
help seeds and farm tools, trade tools, construction materials and school
supplies. It sends doctors and nurses to heal the sick end train medical
personnel. In all these ways, the money you give saves lives and makes
those lives worth living. Mail your check.
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Fnge 10-A
+Jewish f*t>ri Friday. January 22, 1971
Jhe iKabti J^penlcs J-rom J lie f^ulpit
kl.ii" ,: '.a.,:.'.. .,:"(, .. .....l '. ..:......:'1 ".:"-,:.-..... mi'..'
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM K!S PULPIT
* II i nit* ^
'Great Jewish Tragedy'
Rabbi Winograd
Bj RABBI ELLIOT WINOQBAD
Temple Israel ol Miranutr
i
Th scoi s tied 2-2 it's the 1 si
the nil I:: iii'- >'i wd is tense.
e .., h 't and humid on
.i bright Satur-
norn
to the
i; the
'-!:
the ine"
v th two
on base
and tr* c >unt
0-2, he -l i;>* .'
outside
pitch for a
. .. m e-winni t
ilo'ihli- to end '
.' morning's plaj 3-2.
Abe Goldberg is a hero to all his
Is, relative* and onlookers tor
le local team. All are delighted
that is all except one. who sits
two mile-; away on his seat near
e pulpit of his temple the local
i btt.
Dui Ing th ball game, the
bbi thinks aboul Abo, who only
-i week had his Bar Mitzvah al
temple. Abe had been a stu-
if the Hebi school about
1. .i > irs. but now hi been totallj
ncip I To th< rabbi's id
lization, he mien! not see thel
ga n until his edding .
ten).
The questions are: Why? How?
What to do? Who to blame?
Lot us now gaze into our cryst il
' nil and p:.-k up the life of Abe
Goldberg to years later at the age
_'.'>. Abe is now a universitj
graduate; married and has one
Id. What are his present re-
' inclinations and attitudes?
Let's ask him: '"Abe what are
- wr fee! n tow ird yo
in Judaism?"
'Well," he answers after pon-
ring for a m iment. "to be
est, it ... it just
nol s<' .-1 to moan n ich al ill i!
g O.K v -. -i i was a kid, bul
is an inl '. I'\e
and ^ iusl h
ml ig fo me any
The rds y >u ha>
heard ds ol
lifferenl
all, how 'vcr, a lue th s ime
"!'. n M.t/\ ill '
tion This s the er it n< I vm- -
n Jewish-American tragedy.
\','ho a'e in prii i i lyers
in in tragedy which his h -on
"showing" for many years? Per-
mit us to introduce the cast. First
and foremost, the parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Cioldbei'g: the local rabbi, rel-
atives, friends and well-wishers.
What about the villain? We'll point
him out in just a minute, hut first
in explanation of Alx- Goldberg's
statement in regard to his obvious
disinterest in Judaism.
If we wen to draw a graph
showing Abe's secular education
and his Jewish education, it would
show th -I until .r-f l".. the sc tie
remained about equal in terms of
satisfying Ab?'s intellectual needs
Now v noti Ih M after :> 13
his Jewish edue ition ron ins at
thai level while his secular educa-
tion continue to jrov and grow.
Just t' i i -
While \b !''~ grown into man-
h >]. his .' 'w.-ii educ I i mains
childish ml entary, while his
secular education level develops
into that of an intellectu '-1 adult.
Even worse, while he continues to
d< velop an I ad > s ulai ly, he
recedi ind foi Is i en his Wid-
ish ed teation, which now becomes
a mere blur and fa i ipidly to
i stab i : infant i! not hingni ss
If ever a \ II! ;- sem*d to be
hi >si 1 at upon h aont irance on
tho11 i espi ms >le for giving
Abe h's en a pal m from Jew .--li
education, when was needed
most sVi lid be !,:d to the no;nt
of breathleasness; for by their dec-i
laration of his freedom from Jew-
ish knowledg.- they have forever
imprisoned their son in the dun-
geons of Jewish ignorance. Poor
n ei t'n >se who lo\*e 1
him most.
I hi j pi ."> in-J >w isii tr
edy final curt in? Or shall the
: y be rew i Itten with a new h >-
ind iui h h ippier i n lii
i throinjh better u -
standing of whal lewis! mth
must h ive for a 1 .....i
true succ 'ss in 1 true Intel! 'ctu i
I \\ mi It i >i youth pro-
mati >n (.....e-
... .,-. ,.. n rty -, ,,a .. ih
lanei oi
... .. i, .. ,. |j
; h iv le
tin: |s the I v to our tr \
Wbii bo '"N'w
Left?" or the T ih's ri| hi i'
eii (ice is y iurs .
With th s fin il n alizati m i I
v hal is mandatory for our "Abes"
ird our "Rivkahs," sh U
with the help of Almighty God. j
preserve that which has preserved
os. uphold that which has uoheld j
us. and live lives of Joy, satisf ic-
tion and purity: lives devoted to
eood Americanism and Inval to
the teaching of our Holy Torah -
may its manifold btessings be upon
us all. now and forever more.
Amen and Amen.
Temple Sinai Players To
Give Three Performances
The Temple Sinai Flavors will
present three performances of "Up
the Down Staircase," a pi 15
Ing with probli ms and joy
citv high school, in th" ti
social hall. 18801 NE 22nd A\
North Miami Beach, under the < 1-
1 eei ion of Evelyn Feldman /.
has been announce d.
Curtain time will be 8 n.i
Saturday, Jan. 23, and S turda
Jan. 30; the L'.".;) p.m. Si I
Jan. 31 matinee is primarily for
students. Tickets may t>o secured
bv calling the temple office.
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CANDLELIGHTING TIME
25 TEVETH 5:37
t
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Vo-Eroh
"And God spoke unto M es and said unto him, I am the
V;v iham, unto 1.- 1 ic and unto Jacob.
.- God Almightj ." Chapter 6:J I
GOD RENEWS HIS PR" 'MISK- God IW l'ed himself to
... the One who* r ses to thi patriarch* would how
l, fUii ; the Israelites would be redeemed from boodaj 1
the Promis II nd. The people, crushed in spirit,
sten to Moses when he passed on God's met
Moses limsell was faint-h irted; how would Pharaoh list-n to
him : as his spc h was imp lin I ho q 1 d. He
was told that Aaron w 1 to 1 !. ip :- si..... y' Pharstoh
i,, let the pi iple go until God had Inflicted
severe punishm nts upon Egypt.
Moses was SO years old and Aaron B3 when they can
out their mission. Knowing that Pharaor wouM be impressed
by some wondrous manifestation, Aaron cast down his rod be-
fore him and it turned into a serpent, but the Egyptian magici-
ans were able to Imitate this wonder and even though Aaron's
rod swallowed up their rods, Pharaoh was not impresM-d.
THE PLAGUES OK EGYPT: The first plague was now
inflicted upon Egypt After wanting Pharaoh of the CMBO
quences, Aaron, at Moses' instruction, waved his rod over tlv
river Nile, and its wab rs, c nata and reservoirs turned into blood:
the fish died and the water became foul. The plague coMtswed
for -even days, but Pharaoh remained stubborn and refused to
let the people go There followed the second plague, in which
fn.g- swarmed over the land; the third plague, in which gnats
man ind beast; the fourth plague, in wfDch in-
secU ided the Egyptian homes but not the homes of the
[S tes; the fifth 1 n which man) cattle of Egypt be-
-e| 1 subsequently dk I whil" the cattle <'. Gashen
home ol the 1 si le tes I h tlthy. the sixth plague
occurred when in Pharaoh's presence, ashes taken from the fur-
s v sp inkled by M towards h en; they lurried t'
1 1 Bed l ik out on man and beast. The
plag ii a 1- a irm of hai! and lightening whicli
: over Egypt, killing n yptian men and beasts and
destroying crops. And yet Pharaoh remained stubborn and re-
fused to free the children of Israel from bondage.


Abrams On Dean's List
For the second consecutive year.
Jeffrey Alan Abrams, a student at
the University of Florida, has been
Included on the Dean's List, which Mr and Mrs Myer H. Abrams
includes the names of stud, nts 2385 SW 25th St.
making a grade point average ol
3.5 or better, bv the Dean of the
College of Architecture and Fine
Arts. Mr. Abrams is the son
r^cliOllOHS 4^4
xd
ervices
MIAMI
AH VAT SHALOM CONT.PEGA.
TION. 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox
Cantor Aron Ben Aron. 1
ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW "91h Av- .
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowitz ? '
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BETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. Ken.
ull Dr. S. Miam,. Reform. Rabb*
Herbert Baumgard, Cantor Micheal
Kyrr. 3
BETH DAVID. 2B<6 SW 3rd Ave
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau .
Canto William W. Lipion 4 |
i day 80 p.m Dr V.-i loln.itm Pi
feiwiir 'f INi.i..'. And Je-wtsli HlHt(ir)
Harvard. >iill lecture on "Slurru'mw
h .: ii hnd Ru>r-l.ei'
EETH Et_. 50-j SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox. 5
EETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Ben Dicfcson 6
1 idaj 5:15 pan Guesl Hpeaker. Pro
S, in a, Ajiti -RemlteK Tin Si
i.- ftlal and Th< Ir Blai k and Wl t<
rolloned by Ones Rhahbal
ii honor "f R>verend and Mi- .\i--\
.--..ill. Satunla.N >:4.'. ..... 'New .
1' .i.jie- I W i in Portion of I
I ii
EETH TOV (Temple). 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative Rabbi Simon
April. Cantor Seyr.ioor Hinkts P
I ni;i> 8:15 i' in 'in- -' kei \fra
r i: on the topic I". Thj
iKhL \ Th) if Followi .1 by
Ones Rhabbal hosted by Mr and Me
Samuel Ih< nberg In honor ..f their
weddhM annlven hdas
I9RAEL (Temple) OP GREATER
Miami. 137 NE 19th Street. Reform
Rabbi Joseph R Narot. 10
l-'iiln. I:1S p.m Bertnon love
irj \i 'LI Vainer Returning "'
ISRAELITE CENTER. J175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
Drazin Cantor Nathan Parnass 11
Frida p.m., 8:15 p m ( "oi
\\ 11r. The Rabbi (i.....itinu-
laloflo<- B#i*ui la u in Ki i
Tii.- Ptniruea The DeHtnsc-
of Civlllsal i"n
OR OLOM (lempiri b/S S W. 16th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph Glix-
man. 13
p in i' in Saturday
in Bar M Itsvah 8te> en i
Mr. and t llasn
I Mr-
I. : i i i
TIFERETH ISRAEL.. 6W1 N V.ami
Ave. Corserv.itive. Cantor IVarch-
bein-Marbmy 14
TIFERETH JACOB (Temple) 951 E
4th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Mau-
rice Klein 15
ZION (TEMPLE). U0OO Miller Rd
Conservative. Rabbi Norman '4. Sha-
piro. Cantor Richard S. Browdy. 16
Krldn> 8:30 imi Sntunlnj 8 a.m Bni
Mitzvah: Alan Manipiea*. aon "f Mr
and Mr- Herbert Matrnetw; Pnul \\.i\
man, koii ul Mr. and Mis Albert
\\ .i\iii.,.i
NORTH MIAMI
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
13600 W. Dixie Hwy. ConservatIve
Rahbi Joseph Gorfinkel. Cantor
Ben 7.on Kirscnenhaum. 35
' |i in Srrmi'i A Model n
Mira< Ii
MIAMI BEACH
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7WH C..iriy|e Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Issac Ever. 17
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox
Rabbi Berel Wein 18
BETH JACOB 301 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Piabb' Shmaryahu T. Swir.
sky. Cantor Maunce Mamches. 19
BETH RAPHAEL (TEMPLE). 1545
Jefferson Ave. Conservative Rabbi
David Raab Cantor Saul Breeh 20
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BETH SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 4144
Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kronish. Cantor David Conviser 21
BETH TFILAH. 936 Euclid Ave. Or.
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-
sky 22
BETH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGREGA.
TION, 843 Meridian Avenue. 22 A
CUBAN HEBHfW CONGREGATION
1242 Washington Ave Orthodox
Rabbi Dow Rozrncwaig 23
EMANU-EL (TEMPLE). 1701 Wash,
mgton Avs. Conservative. Rabbi Irv-
ing Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler 24
Finliiv ;. in ig |im Bermon: "The
Probli in "f the Jesi i-b 11. renac
Leajnii Baturday 9 m The Week-
ly Portion "f ih.- Bible IV
Junior Congrentlon Ben -
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetrat
Dr.Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S
Gross 25
CONG. AN-NEwL (Branch of He-
brew Academy!. 7th St. aid Meri-
dian Ave Orthodox. Rabbi A
Ben-HiH;l. 25-A
JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE 1532 Washington Av
Orthodox Rabbi Tibor H. 6tarn
Cantor Mever Engel T6
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave
Orthodox. Rabhi David Lehrfieid
Cantor Abrahdri Seif 2/
MENORAH (TEMPLE). 620 75'h St
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram
owitz. Cantor Nico Feldman 28
NER TAMID (TEW' E). 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Conservative
Rabbi lugene Labovitz Cantor Ed-
ward i OHEV SHALOM. ,055 Bonlta Dr.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber,
man. 30
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmias. 31
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1542-
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi Avrohoin
Groner. 32
Mttsvah Sanford Hoi /. s--.>
f Mi .lu'i Horov ,\i and Ml !:
ii l Horovitl
ZAMORA (TEMPLE) 44 Zamora Ave
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell Berger
Cantor Nathan Zolondek. 41
FT. LAUDERDAU
BETH ISRAEL (TEMPLE). 547 C
Oakland Park Blvd Rabbi Sheldor
Edwwirds. Cantor Maurice Neu. 42
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER. 7501 E. Treasure Dr..
North Bay Villane. Conservative
Cantor Carl Bender. 32-A
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NORTH MIAMI BEACH
ADATH YESHURUN (TEMPLE). 1025
N. E. Miami Gardens Drive. Con-
servative. Rahbi Milton Schlinsky
Cantor Nathaniel Schub. 33
BETH TORAH NE 164th St. at 11th
Ave Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Jacob Renzer. 34
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St
Conservative. Rabbi Charles Rubel.
Cantor Jack Lerner. 36
SINAI (TEMPLE) of NORTH DADE
18801 NE. 22nd Avenue. Reform
Rabbi Ralph p. Kingsley. Cantor
Irving Shulkes
j Frida j 8 15 p m Bermon: "Are We
i:- iiv Creatures i I'iolenci Bat-
1 urday i":;i'i am.
' SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah F.
Caplan. 38
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER
MIAMI. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox
Rabbi Naftali Porush. 89
Flida in Saiurilny '. n.m. liar
Mltxvah Breti Btern, son ot .Mr and
\ii \ia\ si. in Bermon. "P
^'ournt-lf a Pi, iui e"
CORAL GABIES
JUDEA (TEMPLE) 55O0 Granada
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Morris Kipper 40
Friday 8:15 p.m. Satuiday 11:18 a m
EVANL-EL. 3245 W. Oakland Park
Blvd Reform. Rabbi Arthur J. Ab
ranis. Cantor. Jerome Klement. 4i
P0MPAN0 BEACH
SHOLOM (TEMPLE) 132 SE 11th Ave
Conservative. RaDbi Morns A. bkop
Cantor Ernest Schreiber M
SURFSIDE
M?5^NH,?,AV'D. CONGREGAT.ON
.. ?. "'1rU'n9 Ave.. Surfside. Towr
Hall Orthodox. Rabb. Isaac D VI?
MAUANOAIE
H^L^NCA,LE .JEWISH CENTER
i-o N. E. 1st Ave. 44
H0UTW000
B|TH FL Reform. HaLlJ1 8,mu ,,, v*
Mod
BETH SHALOM (TEMPLfV 1778
Monroe St Conservative Rabb.
Morton Malavsky. Cantor .<-v r j
Gold. 44
SINAI (TEMPLE). 1201 Johnson St
Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro
Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun. 47
MIRAMAR
ISRAEL (TEMPLE) 6920 S.W. teth St.
Conservative. Rabbi Elllet J..Wino-
grad. Cantor Abraham Kostar 48
MARGATE
MARGATE JEWISH CENTER.J101
N.W. 9th St. "

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M...-1I K.inl-.Miidl A>.Tuition.
Coordlindlor of the ftaturti
mfit&r'.ng hert it
RABBI MAXWELL BERGER
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Coral Cablet
rCabbinical television JPt
Jan. 'I
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l.in. u
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The Ji i h W infa ,. H
Hobi Rabbi Alexai Icr Gross, principal. Hebn
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Host: Rev Luther C I lei
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This Week In History...
i
-to fmmn Ago This Week: 1981
*j 13 Jewish Students In U-T Graduating Class
I
N hum Sokolow, chairman of
the Zionist Executive and author
ip! History ol Zionism," celebrated
i roth birthd ij
': ''< Israel Goldstein of C in
ation B'nal Jeshurun in New
} ork < Ity di elared that n j
half >>f American Jewry acknowl-
no point of \ low, avo \ ^ no
sympathy and has n iph;
.' '.' n life. Ii is these un-
he I Jew m ho const itute I h
tj Riej rep n in-
: i d the re il oppor-
. .,. pov r in Jew -
i>'i lile Rone t i iste.' h added.
O-rrrtan Natio
cl i j'l ins to exp< ill Jews to
i ""I '.i......."'-. but pi
l hey lo citiaenshi
V '
I'll Win mw ral bin !
that a wormn there could noil
marry a man in the U.S by cable-1
gram.
in Years Am This Week: l!(il
i
Tli.' cabinet phase of the Ben-
Gurton-LavoA dispute over n 19 >:
urity mishap" w is endi I as
Premier, who had called a
n stei lal -i Bring of the fon
Defi nc Minister a "misearri i ;r
isMee." said he woul i n< <
| I il .i- II, : .'.
Nov sted in Vienna,
I ; Adoll
's "righl hand." West I -
n r.j'- top court ruled that phy-
c. ins I n Si i."

|| ,.
c
I'n- the first time in L'.X. his-
tory, the Soviet Union took a de-
fensive posture regarding anti-
m. rt ving that it existed
in the I..S.S.R.
The N a Y irk B i ird ol Ftttbbfe
urged the liberalization ol the
-: ore< la' bi yond th ile
[round of adult ry.
Among the 186 recipients ot de-
crees at the Univcrsitj ol Tampa
mid-winter commencement exer-
cises last month were 13 Jewish
ii ..vis. including three from
Pinel'as County and one from
Hillsborough County, it has bei n
announced. They were Gail Brass-
ier ami Phillip Hollcman of Largo,
Edward M. Jacobs '.f Tri asuri
island and Sharon L. W*< instein of
Tampa,
(ut-of-state Jew ish studi nts
eluded Jo Kui'/ Iligos ol 11
Cove, X.Y.: David Chirsan, Ba -
onne, N.J.; Arnold I. Finkelsl
Brooklyn, NY; Warren Goldsti
i an< ck, N.J.; [an P. Cord, .
Hamden, Conn.; Joel II Kessi<
Siian.ii. Mas-.; Jeral S Margolis
W< st I lai ll"i i'.. c mill., Ii"'" '
Rosenblatt, Mi. Arlington. N..'..
I Linda Weii cr, ft om Fi ank in
Sni are, I I.. NY
! nol '' x
i ..
Her1: -! lent oi
the A in Jewish C
tared "i ii n to ph ph < -
in il Jew i ito A
v at! i eventu illy l<
I p i i f J i <
; md J w 'i ni r m /
. she I in the L'n I l
51 "
R [Miller, ch -
I thi Zionist Com
. I ii J hi ".:n Prim,
lent if the Ai Jew ish Con-
Saul Kiing Honored By
High-Rifle Residents
At 'Night In Israel'
....
att led a
S lul
' ,,: : the hij'h-i I
tC nm tee,
d in excess
: II lias
d.
H the program ol I .
vent, sin b; I
in in hair of Isi
well-known cnterl Nor-
i liims l. i ivhal
ael.
" House 1
;, nds Committi < i:>i lmI Mrs,
Da\ id R ith i 11 rg,
and thi Mi ssi and Mesda
Philip Alt i man, Jack B rnsti in,
If you're rich
anc! beautiful,
why aren't we
having an affair?
HANSH.
MARCUSE
Ei Kuliva
D reclor
CATERING "'
Food & Bevcrrg*
10UI5 WITKIH
Heilfl d Holil
531-6061
.,..,. i iting the ces ,n 1 Charles Beroth. Sam Dunner. Her-
v
.-'1.^
oatsfp,^! ai :s n sis. ki*uhe*c
il Z ot sm Th B 'n-G trion
plan l ir in \-i rican-Isr idi link
tion." s lid h .
Clare B Kith I
I' S imbassa lor : i Italy s lid
Vic Pres i N .\ in might I
e| Presidi I i
ite.
\ N.Y
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.......I< d
itests thai
I i
n Elkin, Irvir t~\ eibci I ouis
li BS, Will im ii. : -. Ma il Ice
i [offman, Leon :. tzker, I!
Max, I -ad. iv Si liw artz, i'iii ip Sis-
II, nrj Sok ilinsky, Bi n
Jack Stavis.
Sherman Winn
iV.ce Prei./Gen.Mir.
Steve Winn
Sales Manager
Glenn Huberman
Catering Mgr.
Sherman Winn, Vice President and General Manager,
invites you to join the Winn team and make the Balmoral
your hotel. Complete hotel and catering facilities are at
your disposal-every occasion becomes a memorable one.
t)n the Ocean
at 98th Street
m
It cou!d be the perfect affair. And it should he After all. we're
talking about the most important moments in your life. Your
daughters wedding. Your son's confirmation. The one big party
of the season.
At times like these, you deserve the Eden Roc The figures
may come to a little more, but would you really settle for any-
thing less?
Our catering director. Charlotte Horn, is without peer on
The Beach Please don't hesitate to call her for advice, for spe
c.alized attention, and fcr a chance to look over the magnificent
new Cotillion Room.
Eden Roc
Hotel. Yacht and Cabana Club.
Ocean from 45th to 47th Street On the new Miami Beach
Charlotte Horn, JE 2-2C61.
Q/d^ak/Q/0^^
'a/t/te/6
?eG/stfM
The world-famous Starlight Roof, or the elegant Mediter-
ranean Room at Doral On-thc-Ocean ... The breathtaking
Grand Ballroom, or the exquisite Conquistador Room at
fabulous Doral Country Club ... These and other beautiful
settings can be yours for weddings, banquets, receptions
and confirmations, complemented by gourmet cuisine and
flawless service ... in the Doral tradition.
IXmCN-raE-OGEAN
Telephone Mr. Carlos Fernandez at 532-3600
IXmCOUNWCIIB
Telephone Mr. David Kovac at 888-3600
Ba! Harbour
UN 6-7792 Miami Beach
\hur little girl
is getting married.
At last.
Will it be a small wedding and a big reception, or vice versa
After all. there are a lot of relieved girl friends and rejected boy
friends that have to be accommodated, one way or another.
Eithei way. there are no two ways about who should handle
the affair. Who else but the Deauville? For the affair of the
season be it wedding, reception, confirmation, banquet, meet-
ing or gala no one can touch the Deauville for elegance of
service and cuisine, and the downright luxury of the surroundings.
And we never let down our standards. Whether you invite
25 or 35C0 guests. Can your little girl have been that popular.
Deauville
Call AI Sicherer/Executive Food Director/ 8G5 8511
Ccc.m at 67th Street On the new Miami Beach


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Friday, January 22. 1971
Terrace Towers Honoring
The William Agranoves
Mr. and Mrs. Wi I N ranovp
honored for their many
years of devoted and dedicated
,' !.> the G i i r Mi m w
ish Federation and to world Jewry
at tht> Terrftee Towers' 1971 Com-
bined .' 'a s.i Appe i:-i-:-,!.'l Emerg-
Fund breakfast meeting
j I-', b. 7.
The i! a.m. breakfast meeting
the Receation H ill
of the v.. ;i Plaza Apartments,
M \ Mansfield, chairman, and
'-. li: man of the
. iwers CJA-IEF I
' d. I-.-' i< IS
-! .1 I-... si .: and
I r ictor, will be th
:er for the i ent.
Mi. ib 'i <>f the
B rd tf th M -n's Cla! I I'-,
Tow,'-- Apartments, and tho
Brotl l-.oo;i of Temple .-' th S
H -' ol the Miami
h B"nai B'rith No. 1591, a i i
: er of the Zi mist Or-
tioi < A neric i
Ho is als i a board memb -r ol
ihe Bureau of Jewish E c
a pa.;i president ". '.'. Mo
Hebrew Group and is on the Board
,,i G ivern n s of the l Sri ate: Miam
Jewish Federation, as well as tho
Qt tbe United i-'utai <>; I
. 'ounty.
Acti\ the | i-i 20 yeais in
ho( mbi ed Je ..-'. App il-Israel
- nc> Fun I ... paign, Mr
. ve is also a i American Je vish Coi t io
rewish Ni ti rial Fund, the N i-
I h Wi Ifai '' I and
thi \ n n ,i -wish Hisl
ety i lie11 -
A 111
Auxiliary of M mnl Sinai Hospital,
Mrs. Agranove, a member :
lass ih, th Am
ess, 1
i the Amei i Friend
' Hi bi w 1'ni'. ei sitj. is ilso a
i i Women's A ix
>' !' '' : II me for th? Age !.
and the Sistc-.hood of T pi; B th
im.
Broward Zionist District
Urges letter-Writing D;ive
Mun J. Pei rv, pi psldi n1 o
war I Zici isl I district, whi :h
ias its hi adqua ti a in Holly-
wa d, repoi ts its m mbershio is
h re ming inci i asinglv ii olvi >l i"
h work of vai ious coui
. mrnitte* s c nc rn< il with the
li ;ht ol Sox iet Jew i Sam B rn-
iteia of Hallandai has been ap-
ointcd Broward C wnl district
hairman of a c immittee which
a'; Includes Morris Natter, HM-'
andale; Henry Roth, Ft. Lauder-
lal'. David M. Harris and I-.ii!.>:,
; | lb i.-. Hollywood.
Th B oward Zionist District is
urging thai a I ttcr-w i ng drive
be condui ti .1 hi n with letl rs
:. ii. I .' i-h i i i- >n
Hi S. vii i L7i.ii n be allowi d to
: thi id |.1re*s?d to
lent of I
intl t" H E. Ai ito'y I > 'I rynin,
S a i. ; Ami to thi
Ctal f the Rus-
sian Eml assy, IV n, 1 .C.
SOI
Continued From Page *-A
ners went to work on
g of t!:is idii ii c assump-
tion. A limit of 300 helicopters
for the S mth Vietnamese was
typical of the resulting pro-
gram. A little later, it
I to i>e admitted that the
South Vi m e would have
to ta': ith the li-
the Viet Cong and the North
V ftn imese.
Yel the s cretarv ha h:. pr -
n I he re 'us I ;<> ch
it. Thi asset levels from the
Nas ptl were not
d. In particular th
r- |j iv- >s < ''' I.
THE MATTEB OF the h
c ipter limit is only one part rf
story, l>:t it is i hi ilj
itivc part. In the rather
r itui in th op nion of
Creighton Abrams aid all
reallv competent iud
itii Vietnamese will in f ict
fully able to take on. and
both the Viet Cong and
the North Vietnam -
But tho Vietnamese can only
do this if th"v have tho amv*n
for the job. That means, on the
one hand this country is within
a of victory, in the sense if
attaining ou- mod-st objectives
;n Vietnam. Bit that moans, on
tho other hand, that withholding
tho assets is another way ta
snatch defeat from the jaws of
victory.
That is precisely what Scc-
ret try Laird has been doing,
and Ls still doing unless he has
performed a total somersault
in secret in Saigon. It is one
thing, after all, to ask the South
Vietnamese army to d-> a job
that formerly required the help
of seven American divisions.
This is what Gen. Abrams be-
lieves they can do fairly soon,
and he is almost certainly right.
Bl"T IT IS quite ano'her thing
to ask the South Vietnamese
army to do this job. formerly
requiring the help of seven U.S.
di\isions, with only one-sixth of
the attetl thai were formerly
available. This Ls what Secre-
tary Laird has ry-en Insisting
upon. For there were over 3.000
helicopters in Vietnam when all
even US. divisions wen
in action, in eonl rasl to
S ; now pn 1 for
the future.
In point of fact, th? V I
Cong are ah sady ... itlj ik-
erv 1. and they grow we iki
month by month. The No-"
se army has 'so de-
teriorate d gravely, whil? th''
.South Vietnamese hi
nger. The" can probab?) i
the job th 't Vietnam!
(iiiircs with nnly half th
merely available assets. Rut "c-
y Laird's s ibol ige is stop-
ping anything like that
Dr. Saul Goodman
Sunday's CCC Guest
i *
Dr. Sa'il ;. Go (man I.....r
of the Sh n Al ichem Folk '
tit II spe i'< on \
:.-. |cn y0i.th and th lewish
. bl!hm nt," th T t Be h
': II 14 Ch A' e, M
Bi a :. to "! B m. Su day i
ol tho tempi, "Coffee, \
tui an 1 C inversation" prog
I S. Kn >pke, ha......
'it ni hrs nn >unc
i to the .
;" Phi'os >ohj in I
I" s the authai
''.'- lies and articl
ilture los ph>
is a ; i I i c mtributor t
entary." "Jtidaism" "R
c mstruct'onist," "Zuk inf ," and
Monthly TV Special Debuts
A monthly IV sprcial entitled
Mania Agn .. & Co.," is
fehedul il ta make its deb it i n
WPLG, Ch. 10, Th rei ay, Jan. 28,
ii li:.'>) p.m. '1 h>' tii i :ght-pi
ng 30
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Israel Aliyah Center Holds
Conference At Central 6V
Israel Aliyah Center's
So.itiie.rn Region Aliyah Confer-
ence v^UJ be hi Id aj 8 p.m. Tui s-
n tin YM-YWHA's Ballroom,
S500 .s\v 8th St.. under the cl
ship f Burro tf V. th, Fli rida
chairman for the Anti-Defamatli n
i ,. ; B'nai B'i 1th.
Shop r, I .. I Aliyah Re-
ef) director, v .11 i thi < ve-
il n '. i.-' i sj V#. kcr; also ii i I led
; rogram will l , Studi nta foir tars b c '
i u;in, a new Ali ; !i (iocu-
i i lap film and 1st... n >
\ taacoi I '.e\ in. 1 hi re i no
( f fo
a

r is Held i ntly by rl S
i ens, Mis i was
: ... -.::.. t of the !
E i Gi '.;,'. Mis Flon '.' R
i i :. ana" Mi r : S i
\ [traslrtlals. Mi s. Rosi I I
s i : 1.1'.. BJ ; irer..
Mrs. Bella Reiter was Installed
as i>resident of the Golden Age
Prli : >!shr> Club; vice presidents
taking the oath of office were
Mrs, Joseph Leckart, Mis Helen
Newman, Martin Kllis anil Paul
Berger. The officers a'so included
Aaron Rosenberg, treasurer; Mrs.
Noi man Blugerman, n cording scc-
l. lar.; Mrs. Helen Goldstein, fi-
nanclal secretary; Mrs. Ethel Jan-
i.vMt,. Abrahaiii Berrln, Mis. frv-
i: :.- Cantor and Jaek Calchman,
trusti' s.
Senior Citizens who received
Meritorious Service Awards for
their efforts in ix'half of the v
included Esther Gordon. Pauline
Engel, Helen Goldstein. Rose Gla-
ter, Pearl Sn-.th. Angle Pignetti,
Helen Newman, Sally Baskin,
Sarah Braun, Jeannette Schar-
n bi n. Mary Niditch, Till! i Fried,
Jack Oilchman. Irma Joelsohn.
Sylvia uWnWTJr. T.e:.a Kelter and
the club's ehoial group.
letters to the editor
Theme of the third traveling
inl xhibition sponsored b the
Westsidi .1 wish Community O n- EDITOR, The Jewish FlorkUan:
ti i "i I oa \:\ f |< s, which will
opi n Fi b. 1 at the YM-YWHA Art
Gall !.. is Tzedakah Justice:
Chall i -e."
i'i'.i re i- a message a< oat J
l! is disturbing to note how the
explosion at the Soviet En
.n Washington, and subsequent
9 against S ivlet oftie>s. have
been handled by the news media
ice i f the 36 works which ind iccepted by the Jewish Estab-
W-HI :' .... daily except Isftfnent N we presentations im-
>at tdaj through Feb. 21," June ply the acl was committed by mil-
P* I. tural Art n al th. ta I J ish >i inizations and this
leel...... The rosl artist i sental has n acci pted
In t exhibil reads
''. ^ Amei ican
^ '' A : till thi mi 1- lias d
uni' i rsal
' I n's rn for man
I ; l.i-
lo rxii their fe. tin til
I i I :
. t will bi Tin
lys and Th
1 S to .. ,.|'rs
ae 10 a. to i ion and 2-5 p.m.
Jl Students In Alef
Class Consecrated
At ITiiai Raphael
During last Friday evening's
regular sen io s at < fongregat m
B'nai Raphai I, Rabbi Charles M.
Rubel and Cantor Jack Lerner
conducted a consecration service
for 34 students entering the Alef
class In its religious school.
The cen mony Included talks by
Nathan Greene, educational direc-
tor, Mrs. [rwin Glasser, chairman
I of the Board of Education, the
new students' teacher, Mrs. Elirz-
1 ei Levi, Mis. Bernice Feierstadt,
mothers' representative, and Julie
: Miller, representing the graduates
of the seho >1.
Students who were consecrated
during the service Included Chan
naAlperin, Randv Aronson, Stuart
Berger, Kimlieil/ Blake, Steven
these groups rather than
hem at their
irts.
The diplomacy, neg 1 iatloi
pr )!(' j and ol th Jewish
I.si ibli hm foi the last S3
have resulted in the I
.....;' milHdns. fl Is proven that
further till nc c in only r< salt h
;he ".; n Jews.
It is time t i end this silei c
. icl.
Th it ] insi i'.itj for thes ;l
ips In i. i .;: ..ir gi ai ted as i
i bj .1 ws .: inst the
I: the naivi i o
.' ih aolishm -nt. Their i
luick ac isation iznoi es the fact
: th ci mi i is arc still un-

: certaii ly the Ilk 11-
. | 'i icts v ere com-
I pro', icateurs. De-
pit c drawn by th
li i and th J -wish Establish-
i. no militant organi cati in
.: is I iken credit for these acts.'
Further, the history of totalitarian
is fill d with many such
- lf-infliel d criminal acts de-
igni I to it hatred and dir 'ct
tins! minority groups or s ip-,
"ort leeal opposition. The burning
if the R chst ig and the Mo c ra
'show trn's" s rve a- examples.
Those members of the Jewish
Establishment who were quick t'
iroteM against militanl onraniza-
i ms have an apparent guilt com-
>\< \ over their own lack of n -
iponse to the p'irht of Soviet
lews for t!i' las! 50 years.
Their activity has been restric-
ted only to laconic period'c pro-
tests against the tyrants. Thes,
were impotent in focsing wor!
attention on this problem of hu-
nan bondage. The peddling of
some box" s of matzoh from Paw-
iver to Passover, or the granting
>f a [>rmit for the shipment of
religious articles for the dyina
MAl'RECE GOLDBERG
Miami Beach
to s k out the tr ith? A
who daily conies into ion!
many youngs) uesl ion i v-
erything which is r van) f >r
tb/jii n t >tenc be it as J -.
Amer! ajis, or simply human be-
. i of the cont
for thos \'.'i i still idh to I
[mat ic positio
few know wl I -
right smil to thi
I off" Juds
ng inst I to
ins thr
B-Iectioi :
I i X]
'a ...\'i
.
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EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
R I !
r.a: ks in his "< .....
f Jan. 15, 1 : nyse'f In 1 i
h ind
thai '- I" i t ik i'ii -
es a i a "! ii
ns ...
ent topics Je" fro"i
ir hi local radi i sta-
tions tin VVKATi. M
'oh -M ses I > rn r' in the
iccasional irrati >n I and
vli.it ii"s: calls b poo who
nani'est anti-S^miti'; '<
et a ::.i" i! such lop'cal h '<- ture to us communication.
rr.iiind situations as the Middle
': t, Sov'^t J >wry, the JDL an '
forth. The mero fiet thU s-,n'
a'ls arp Bired hichlisrhts '
,,,,,.,,.,. thai ;s so nrevilan* in oif
supposedly enlightened society.
i'l i :"
iii
.,:... L".S.S.R., wh
rei ;i")i I
! nied, I find H I
hp ,.. | >': it -.\-..
sh |i I trj to h 'e mi" !' .
. n -' w ish w irl I by try-
l j ; ,;.-'
ng which as the "peoj
he book" sho'i! 1 be sec i id I
I won',! thin1; that onlv th
such free discussions does the nn-
nnrtun'ty arise for more knowl-
dgeahle people, such as human
e!atio"s an I religious exn >rts, t <
.,...).. miscinceptions, Dies Mr
'oh n fee! that it is b?ttr tn le
si'ch Ignorance perpetuate i's.'if
iy c-r -o-s'vn rather th : n\
a ft:pi >t I
P rlia;'- ;' such open
ition and d'alogtio had taken
lace in th 1 ite itfVs and early
'C's w might i" il have to cele-
brate Yom Hashoar, (Holocaust
Day or at least we would per-
haps m in ir a few million I --!
N i. Mr c .hen, silence, especi-
il'\ for Jews, is not the answer
and never will be.
ARNOLD L. FKINKR. M.S.W.,
stair Coordinator
Jewish Youth Council, and
p.....,..,. Supervisor.
YM-YWHA of (irenter Miami
Blutstein, Lawrence Bornstcin, slaves was considered b> the Es-
CLUB PARTY TIME
ia NOW at the
Wooderlul World ci
BANQUETS PARTIES
LUNCHEONS
- MEETINGS
fabaJoaa Dining Facilitiea
Private Areas & G&rdeoa
American A Caatonemm
Mean at All Time*
Atrtbertic Native Shoe
RESTAURANT and GARDENS
111 I lW>t SiOl'M Ol C-.lSIl "V'
WAMl **-**; MMAW AJ-24il
Howard ('"hen. Gigi Deutsch, Jay
Deutsch, Adam Edelsb In, i
LjSfcierstadt Mark Friedman, Heidi
Glennon, Alan Gordon, Fern Har-
iris. Mitch' I! Hatrib. Ni il Hornfcl I,
Car..- Ki isler an I Stc\ Kitt.
Als i Ric'K I-. pti Susan Li \en-
thai, Sti i n iss, Law r nc< I
mo, Ronal l M ireus, l aw i
Ma in r, Bai ry Mill" r, Scott M i-
: st I irraine Relss, Bi Ian Rick
r i Id Ridi man, < hai Ii s Ri senthal,
Helen Sand, Martin Shldl iwsky
I and .1 mes Zo\!:.!:.
'' lishn.....I as itisfactorj i :com
plishment.
The univers il outcrv ( ir :
lorn for the oppressed people i"
the S n L'nion is disturbing t i
J( .-.-. l-:s; iblishment b-cai-
t re tuires a greater respot s illitj
n i commitment than th -y a '
to But. If th-j an
,.- unwillins, to do the job
... liber it these thre
nillion Ji ws, they sh mid all >v
?he i pp irt inity to th tse Jewish
,,,. eii in ivenv>nts tn '
inxitus t" accept this humani-
i inn -:' "....... Thev shoul I a '
We accept American Express & Carte Blanche
I
50,
rV/mt tirloin steak ...
strvso' Japanese /y/
tttH'tngl
MIAMI
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Israel Newsletter
By CARL ALPERT
Friday. January 22, 1971
Successful Industrialist... Frustrated Farmer
Cm K.ss STORIES \RE mo; unusual in I
Inn ih res too. At
and in -
__ __ Is: trios, let
f m jLv '
;rst time.
i-' -. ml Joe Is e il-
uij 40's
came to sett] i I
951, with ur child i H
I n execu w ith an im-
portexp< 11 firm In she
w is active in >. | in zation affairs. B >th were Zionists
who had often dreamed ol "living out in ih" coun-
try," and they came here 20 years ago to be farm-
ers. They and their brother-in-law we :ned
plots Nos. 77 & 7s in Bel Yitzhak, a farming com-
munity on the edge of Netanya.
They knew nothing about farming; thej ex-
ented with overj crop they could Hi"
I all .1' 'it efforts the first year; the
f( |!ov hey tried i ther i r ;-. i>ut a plant
I oul ih :. : Ids N< \> thej wenl
ii\. .t >ek i". j i ki ns, -
ui kej -. I > failed, and bj th -
.. y were h d ov er heels in debt.
\\;. ild spell i '. the onlj thing th it -
was i i itch ol strawberries, tutside the
[s ics c trefully picked the best
and cooked thorn: there were just enough I
i ..- Crude labels were made and Grandma Isaacs
ccremoniousl) signed hei name to each and afi I
them. The kitchen larder was empty when Fay
went to Tel Aviv to peddle them, but thej
and orders were received for more, and still more
The little kitchen too .small, so they g ive
up their living room. An order was received for
200K WIEW
By Seymour B. liebman
Recent Sabra Publications
Cahra books
that are attract]' format in co
ol int< rest I stamps tell
the Story ol Stamps, l)j \ Lind "i-
nt.
Wh< ther yo i >r
gat' m Lf&J! '""' \ th ;'!.'> ia '
^f ^T -rfij ln:" e.-lale
thi hoi b) ol philately. w \ that
I vill prove to b en'ighl nit rid en-
joyable. Eac'.i o! the stamps liscussed
1 its photo on the facing page, often
in 'dor. The book lei's briefly the his-
tory nf stamps nnd the historical connectl ns for the
issue of many ol them.
Nights in the W.uii. i..\ l>. ii Ben Shad, with pho-
tographs bj Werner Braun i$4.95t gives a remarkable
account of the life thai is to b I in a Wadi, which
d,y water course except during periods ol rain. Is-
t II ol I ii Middle East, abounds with thorn. This
- a storj ol the anin to be found in this
isu l i 'i 1 i Tex -' ii nat ir illst, de-
the daily life
As We Were Sayinn: By ROBERT E. SEGAL
W e Mav Be Reluming
To 'Stalinism'
ytli mm. REMINDED these I ys of some
Joseph Stalin's tyrannical ways; characteristic
of Stalin's sadism was the fur) he directed against
Russia's Ji w -.
A. now that the current S >\ let
egimi Is enga ed n mounting po-
al fill- ag dnst ime 30 40
ed Jew-, the fear of
mis real impounded for
.h us has urousi ni th w orld At th<> same
i : i icightei I detei mination
of manj I: i >w s ; < emig
as is their righl ed Nat ons Declara-
tion ol Human Rights, has iv kened a responsive
t hord i speciall) amor > in A lews
The fact that the political I
Jews held incommunicado for hall a yeai in Lenin-
grad, i: I I Tbilisi m i) ; In th.
death pen ilty. aroused ins
who are and W ishinj
with proti
A1 the
thai the bj R ssj in officials II] be
inti-Jewlsh I nicet sized to -on-
vince the public that I > a i; but I lear to
those who have follow d anti-Ji wish n tations
in Ru nd care thai the
trials are an integral parl of a nationally co-or-
Ui ated secret pa ., militant Jews
Discrimination againsl Soviet Jews has been
clearly documented counter to all official disclaim-
ers. If the Kremlin dares to move Into I new period
of persecution, world opinion most certainly will
intensify against tthe L'.S.S.R.
ens so w II th ii me aim ist f> Is he is an eye-w It-
na old, and
will not be s in foi gotten; 1 h stra
an unusual gift.
Yitzh k Ben-Ni r uthor of The Man from There
iS i Books, $5.95), is an Israeli journalist and movie
critl who tells an unusual st try The princi]
. young Jewish soldier whose arm was lost while he
s fighting with the British Army In Egypt
:: >mmel at the end of World War II. While he is hon
waid bound to Tel Aviv, before his train leaves Egypt,
he learns that the Jews have declared an independent
state and consequently his train will never complete the
trip.
An Egyptian doctor who is a fellow-traveller on the
train befriends him, and finds sanctuary for him in the
home ol his fiancee In a small Egyptian town near the
i order.
The soldi I once comp
the ambivalence between the h st
h includ I two da
the young Jewish
t, has s '
a well-told t the tt
A 1 -; ra Books nt nted
format i Sine
. it carr) S
that .- desin d ma)
W< St., Ni r"ot k, N.V 10 I
DATUM JERUSALEM
0 jars, and I lasl U* y -r In busMesa 1 >.
ttie about I stry as tl
II | .,.. ,, ;, b : the) h i I w ill and a
,-,,, i | about cost acc&tlhting an I
notion. They added mare
ips stuffed o! s, ilices and candii
, | | i,... to this, day strawWrry jam -till
he ids theit list I I B ters.
. Despite the growing volume of their h*i*!rlW?
tlSCi is now exportedi their l>i-i new I etorj on
the original farm plol still looks like a kitchen.
Every straw!- e is handled in-
dividually; the cook ii smalt Their lams
ind candied fruits and sauces are more expensive
than other brands, but that's the inevitable cos)
i top quality, they say. And housekeepers through-
out 1st el seem to igree. f*he brand name "778,1* I
Yitzhak," taken from the origin il plot numbers, is
almost a s) n icratic fo
Grandma is 90, 'l has now retired Kay is
production manager; I who now- pre.
sides over th< i ; ind the mlxturer is Malka, 24
who born in Libya, and began a- a kitchen
er whi n she w is onl) 13 J \ s tod iy a h irricd
lustri ilist who 1 *>'<- b ick al 11
_' yea '- that have elapse I wit nt. "I
.. I ha c imi lore i wit tl n
A II h I hat! the p itience t'> stick it
on the soil I u ish I ci ul l have reri i
farmi
Silver On Sports
Jess Silver
Taylor Is Invited
w
Tilt: TBAINEB AND traveling secretary of the
Utah Stars of the American Basketball Asso-
ciation, Buddy Taylor, plans to make his second
athletic pilgrimage to Israi 1 next summer. He's
bo n invited to lecture and conduct clinics at the
Orde Wingate Institute ot Physical Education, the
only school of u~ kind in the Middle East
The Invitation was extended by Professor Uriel
Simrl >if Wingate, who firal encountered him in
Israel during tl er ol 1969, when Buddy
liner il the United States Maooa-
. n.
'
- ii the United B
Stars, he w is the
State Ut sit) and he put in a
the Unit i Hym| i iii
in I" 8. m t ii iteiy known t /
. Mai A th the M igic To ich." he
th i'- ". ix N '. en*
C : ol Athletes,'
, .i
By Elio.hu Salpeter
Teachers Strike Was Last
Straw For Israeli Public
Till. TEACHERS' STRIKE was not the only
stopi hitting the public in Israel, but II caused
e bittei commenl than all the others !' ichers cer-
not l ; .'. i | earn-
this com but neitl
off. M iny, il not all, tul ii

1 8 in priv What th |
thai
the 24 ho
hi
h ive t
the two months ol sum nei \
' i .. publl v. tn .
,f,;"'; traw com-
m top ol tl tried patie
the rsraeli. Tlu worsl offenders, ol the
Ashdod porl workers, who... unreasonable demands h
. cymbol of labor Irresponsibility and of the
ernment's total impotence to deal with them. When
the support given to the Ashdod stevedores hy the re-
cently-elected Histadrut Secretary General Yitzhak Ben
Aharon finally CompeHed the tough Port Authority Di-
rector General, former Chief of Staff Haim I^skov, t ,
resign, th. floodgates of strikes were op
El A ten ince workers went on a partial .-
cutting o i flights by 50' They desttsmessd bsm
ithei hardship" payment for work dons outside
hangi Inti rnational phone exehari.
held a slow-down luctng ti-nffic h>-
10 Tl pay for handling the in-
ilun i -t ince calls. X-Ray laboratoi
third c snpl ite work st >pps
theit r extj i ition for h.
Worl t ii southern region ol the Eleel
at cuts that affected Ti
other citii in luppoii of their de-
tin Ir pay to th i level in Msb
i"'"1 in t m, M ill irttrs In N
I'osl Office Instituted "work rule' slowdowns to obt
t Of I pay-scale.
it would be thai the wave of strikes
the Cl IX -lire which relaxid tension
ind made people f< rgel thai Israel was still a con:
.t war and could therefore ill-afford the luxury of work
stoppages or wage increases. There -nay be some truth
in such an explanation, but it certainly is not the w
truth. Strikes occurred in some of the most vital sec-
tors BEFORE the ceasefire. In fact, it may be argued
that Israelis have lived so long under Arab siege thut
they call strikes as if there was no war and they
fight the war as if there were no strikes. .
..


1=
22. 1971
*. hnisifnnr/an^n
Page 15-A
h David Kallah Lecturer Will Be Harvard Professor
Yos*>f Havim Yrmshalmi
the scholar in rvsidrnco
Beth David Kallah this
=
Sabbath weekend, it has been an-
nounced. His first lecture will be
:iven Friday evening at the 8:30
:i.m. services. Entitled "Mamnos:
Siwnish and Russian," it is a com-
oarison of crypto-Judaism in Spain j
during the 16th to lxth centuries
and in the Soviet Union today.
Dr. Yerushalmi, professor of He-;
| brew an'l Jewish History at Har- .
vard University, is a native of;
New York. He graduated from Ye-
Ichiva University and the jiwish
Theological s-minarv of America
and obtained his m.a. and Ph.D.
rteRreos in Jewish History from
Columl i-i University.
1 ph. 10 Concert Is
Ccond Event In
"own Hall* Series
Tlk singer Tova Ronni and op-
ki i.i. n ,i >ghu i O. Steeie will
f\ nfl "- in unusual i i
( rt of -' icli-oriented < 'I cl
in the r ,m\ >: '!' nple Em inu-
1,1's I'o.vn Hli' ies, VVi lines-
dsfi Feb. 10.
^I r ii i s 'lira, con hln < i
nsjt!'. -'- -, 11 Israel's
folk i th
tiai in Hie oris n ol her m i
THe it-iiilt a delightful pref icr
to e i h clion .is she explains
the :' r i loin inclu 1< s
Hahi a s :: > of the pione ts,
Cfca.-'Sidic sciccliui.s, arid familiar
Ellfc !l irrr.'r-;.
H- s-.'m],. nn (established star
of t'ie c it, n stage and a for-
mer 1 I" tenor .if Hi Hebrew
Natti >na! 0;>er;i Oimp ay, who is
sharing the propram, introduced
"The Vow," Karl Salomon's Is-
raeli o;e-|, to mi sic ivers at the
Klb! n!/ Min Gev Festlv.il, h-Id un-
drr the auspices of the Israeli
Governm-nt.
Sen. Hubert H. Humphrej open-
ed the 1!T! "Town 11 ill" series
recently with a lecture on "Th"
Problems ..f the Middle Easl A
CSldl'enge to Worl 1 Pcac." Ed-
win Newinen. noted TV' cammen-
tato w 11 conclude the series or.
lfa the con n is open lo the public:
tie' '< f"i- the remaining "Town
Ha' s.-!-:,. evePt .'. lW '
t tli- e i'J>'e "ffv '.
igmg,
CSioir And Droma
Classes At Ida Fisher School
fcl.iss s f.,r ali ages are being
snpti.civi d by toe Cultural Singing
Dr ima Leajufi in Rut 127 <>i
M. Fisher Community School.
i>'i xel Ave., Miami Bi ach,
bdii volci pjaci menl and pro-
Ion, music, Solfeggio, sharps
fl its. music sight-reading and
n-toire Tuesday evenings; choir
ktice and rehearsals for shows
Concerts to be given in Mare!
April as well as music appre-
:>n and Italian. French and
nan Wednesdays, and a drama
music clinic tupi i \ is. d by
ime Sti ll.i Marbiny Thursday
in s.
Itructor for most classes is
Matelib in-Marbiny, former
rid tin due. r of the G<
Opi i a House, leading tenor
Sea'a Opera, Milan. Italy.
assistant music conductor
Arturo Toacanini. Casting
' shows is now in progress.
pi's and acton are urged to
lor a free tryout.
J
iappenings
i y iWTna.nl s. Handler,
ol the Committee on
and Order, Southern Dis-
Americnn Jewish Congress,
be the featured guest on
M's "The First i.t ite. '
ny, Jan. 1!4, at 8:30 a.m. He
DISCUSS "RcllgkHM Svmlii's
ublic Buildings" with the
of clergy; Rev. Luther
is the moderator.
The professor, who has special-
ised in Maira/io and Sephardic
studies, has engaged in extenaive*
raatarch in the archives of the
Inquisition in Portugal, Spain and
Italy, and has published important
monographs in these fields. His
lull-scale- study ol the 17th Cen-
turv Mariano Isaac Cardoso, en-
titled "From Soenish Court to
Italian Ghetto,'' will be published
next month by Columbia Univer-
sity Press
The recipient of numerous aca-
demic honors, Dr. Yerushalmi has
lectured widely to univcrsitv and
lay audiences throughout North
America. During bis 1969 sab-
batical from Harvard, he went to
Spam on a grant from the Na-
tional Foundation for Jewish Cul-
ture.
Tormenting Rectal Itch
Of Hemorrhoidal Tissues
Promptly Relieved
In many cases Preparation H
gives prompt, tempora ry rel ief
from such pain and itching
and actually helps shrink
swelling of hemorrhoidal tis-
sues caused by inflammation.
Testa by doctors on hun-
dreds of patients showed this
to be true in many cases. In
fact, many doctors, them-
selves, use Preparation H" or
recommend it for (heir fam-
ilies. Preparation H ointment
or suppositories.
ISRAEL ALIYAH CENTER
SOUTHERN REGION
ALIYAH CONFERENCE
January 26, 1971, 8 P.M.
YM-YWHA Ballroom
8500 S.W. 8th St., Miami, Florida
Chairman: BURNETT ROTH
Honda Chairman Anti Defamation League
Guest Speaker: ERAN SHORER
ISRAEL ALIYAH REGIONAL DIRECTOR
AMERICAN STUDENTS FOR ISRAEL
College Dancing Group
NEW ALIYAH DOCUMENTARY MOVIE
Israeli songs with
YAACOU KENIN
Refreshments
Admission Free
...
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CITY
BANK
GROUP
emat
December 31,1970
ASSETS
Cash and Due from Banks......... $ 61,062,096.94
Securities:
U.S. Government
Obligations........$43,343,523.11
Obligations of States
and Political
Subdivisions ......47,530,151.90
Obligations of
Federal Agencies .. 5,635,559.17
Other Securities ... .944,637.50 97,453,871.68
Loans and Discounts............. 133,788,108.88
Banking Houses and Equipment.... 4,747,660.91
Accrued Interest and Other Assets.. 3,824,669.49
TOTAL.................... $300,876,407.90
LIABILITIES
Deposits......................... $266,538,994.95
Other Liabilities.................. 10,154,984.73
Unearned Discounts and Reserves.. 3,565,041.60
Capital Debentures ..$ 1,875,000.00
Capital Stock........ 5,119,220.00
Surplus............. 4.550,000.00
Undivided Profits .... 9,073,166.62
TOTAL CAPITAL FUNDS.... m 20,617,386.62
TOTAL.................... $300,876,407.90
CITY BANK GROUP
MIAMI CORAL GABLES MIAMI BEACH HALLANDALE
COMPLETE BANKING SERVICES
COMPLETE INTERNATIONAL BANKING SERVICES
BUSINESS AND PERSONAL BANKING COMPLETE TRUST SERVICES
MEMBERS: FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION
CITY NATIONAL BANK OF MIAMI
25 W. FLAGLER STREET
MICHAEL J. FRANCO. President
LEONARD L ABESS, Chairman of the Board
CITY NATIONAL BANK OF CORAL GABLES
2701 LeJEUNE ROAD
ALLAN T. ABESS, JR., President
ROBERT M. ALTEMUS, Chairman ol the Board
CITY NATIONAL BANK OF MIAMI BEACH-
326 71st STREET
GERALD A. KELLER, President
LEONARD L. ABESS, Chairman of the Board
CITY BANK OF HALLANDALE
1995 EAST HALLANDALE BEACH BOULEVARD
GERALD A. KELLER. President
SAMUEL N. FRIEDLAND, Chairman of the Board


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Goldberg Accepts
Histadrut 9s Invitation
Semi, Florida Friday, January 22, 1971
Section B
ollege Of Jewish Studies Registration Open;
.....md wmuter of the Cot.
'. Jewish Studies will open
firsl week of February,
to an announcement made
i eon a! ZUbcrt, president of
rcau of Jewish Education.
;' r ition and first classes
e heid in the South-South-
- ..t Hillel House on the I'ni-
sity of Miami campus Tuesday,
2, .it 8 fun. Registration at
N irth Dade Branch, Beth
: Cor ition, 1051 N. Mi-
i Beach Blvd., will be hold on
lui id ly, Feb. 4. Registration will
|in in the Hebrew Department
thx offices of the Bureau of
ish Education, :M0 Lincoln Rd.,
second semester Wednesday
Irning, and will continue all day
day.
Pour new faculty members will
he staff: Rabbi Barry Taba-
likoff, junior rabbi at Temple
r;i !. will Instruct a course in
^"1. L:f-t.:r.c of the Jew" at Hil-
ouse; Rabbi Milton Schlinsky
Temple Adath Yeshurun, will
Itruct the same course ut the
fcrth Dade Branch. Dan Arazi
l< jive .i course in conversa-
nt! 1 Hebrew at the N rth D id
h and Bei nai d I vitan, for-
of the Clevel ind H -
School, will direct the He-
Ulpan.
>ff "red id Prayer-
ersati nal II -
Planning for the
. S -h ioI, Israi I Tod ij
> Th len Age
nists
P phets, T ie Lit I ol thi
H rev Th World
" Judaism in Thought
and Practice, Lesson Plannin
the Hebrew Schools, Bible and
Moden Hel rew Literature.
Two college credit courses will
be continued through the Exten-
si >n Division of the Uniw rsity of
Wisconsin: Survey of Hebrew'Lit-
erature and Culture, and Biblical
Archaeology, under the instruc-
tion of Dr. J tsenh Diamond.
Mayor Wants Both
1972 Conventions
Miami Beach Mayor JayDcrmcr
this week issued a statement con-
cerning the city's wish to be in-
volved in both the Republican and
Democratic National Conventions,
and calling for the creation of a
,i. int Convention Site Committee
on the national level of both par-
ti es and work with the networks.
Such a group is expected to rec-
ommend to both national commit-
ti i that Ixith conventions he hold
in one city for economic reasons.
Mayor Dermet announced the
selection of 15 persons to rep'-1 -
Miami Beach on the 45-man
Convention Site Committee. His
I.' of appointments was headed
by J ickii ("ile,,sun and also includ-
ed Walter Kaplan, Judge Thoi
Barl dull. Jr., Col. Mitchell W< If-
Smith, tawrence B. Sheffey. Dr.
si,.-!. Si In j Ansin, James Lynagh .
Jame P. Wi p.,ller, McGregor
Richard Schwarz, Frank Smath-
ers, Jr., Mis. David Miller, l
N< -ai k, M 'ins Iansburgh
i h H. Kant. r.
Si!in!av *lJSY Dav'In Miami Beach
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The staf:' also includes: Herbi rl
Zvi Berger, associate director ol
the Bureau. Abraham J. Gittelson,
Rabbi David Lehrfield, Rabbi Av-
rom L. Drazin, Benjamin Ben-Ai .
Prof. Seymour B, Liebman, Dr.
Nathaniel Soroff, Rabin Isaac Un-
terman, and Rabbi Lou s Schwartz-
man, the Bureau's executive direc-
tor.
The coin-- are open to Jewish
teachers, a.lulls who seek inten-
sive study, and college students.
The College Of Jewish Studies
of the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion is cesponsnred by the Hillel
Foundation at the University of
Miami and Greater Miami area
congregations including Temple
Adath Yeshrun, Beth Moshe Con-
gregation. Beth Torah Congrega-
tion, Congregation B'.'ai Raphael.
Temple Sinai of North Dade, Young
Israel of Greater Miami. Beth
David Congregation, Temple Belli
Am. Temple Judea. Temple Za-
mora, Israelite Center. Temple
Beth Tov. Temple Or Olom, and
Temple Zion.
Ambassador Arthur Goldb >rg
has accepted an invitation to
participate In the sixth ann tal
international Mid-Winter Con-
f' rence of the Israel Hist.:
Foundation, to be held at the
r ntiHi.''!e."i Hotel in Miami
Beach Feb. 15 through 17.
Announcement of the : pt-
by the former Ut t<
St d Supreme (' nirt Just Ice
was made Wednesday night by
W Uiam H. Sylk of Philadelphia,
P .. president of the Histadrut
Foundation.
Mr. (I Idberg, who served as
t iry ol Labor in the cab-
inet of the late President John
F. Kennedy before being nam d
chi f United States envoy to the
United Nati "is. is national chair-
man of Histadrut's Golden Jubi-
lee celebration committee.
He will r. c 'ive a special awar 1
at the closing banquet Feb. 17.
according to Histadrut Foun-
dation board chairman. Rabbi
Leon Kronlsh. Rabbi Kronish
returned from Israel this week
where he visited key Histadrut
officials and installations
throughout the Jewish nation.
United States Sen. Mike Grav-
el of Alaska will be the honored
guest at the Feb. 15 session
which will open the three-day
conclave More than l.ooo d.
ARTHUR GOlDBfRG
gates from throughout the Unit '.
States, Canada, Latin Amet
and Israel are expected to
tend the Mid-Winter Conference.
The Histadrut Foundation
supports the long-range he. 1th
education, welfare, cultural trtd
religious programs of Hista-
drut in Israel, including the
Kup.it Holim network which
serves more than 75'; ol I is
total population.
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tmi Beach Mayor Jav Ddnr.er proclaimed Sunday
Jnited Synagogue Youth Day on Miami Beach" and pre-
sented the signed proclamation to Judy Kulansky, Regional
president and Marshall Baltuch, Regional director.
300 fr.it. d Synagogue
ith < inducted a 10-mile Walk-
for Israel and World Jew-
weeki nd under the chair-
liD of Larry Burrows and
: pledges were also
obtained. Proceeds of the
will g to tlM American St
Center at the Hebrew University
in Jerusalem, various chai tii
fid Tcnenbaurn] it has beer, re- uch as orphanages, Soviet Jewry,
funds and the I!
l mergency Fund In addition to
- vtti in | rogram I l i >vidi olarships to di b< rving
pie Emanu-El, Miami USV members allowing them to
rt the spiritual lead r, parti* i| ati In | : :'" '
11 hrman, and Rabbi and to R issia this sum
ated the goals Similar Walk-A-Thons wen
if the project conducted in a number of South-
aeh teenager had obtained east Region communities last Sun-
isors in advance, and some day, Mr. Baltuch reported
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Friday. January 22. 1971
Judge Ciment To
Receive Award
Judge Norman Ciment, forme
ncllman of ti' I Ity of Mian;
Beach who was recently appointed
JUDGE HORMAN CIMiHT
.1 .' ot Hie State >; Florl la's
1' it :si i.it > Maims Court, ri
.... the Man of the
Yi a: '\\a:il pivi ?i annually to a
Dai!.' County lit: en foi' outstand-
ing si rv.i ri behalf <,i community
and ; h.j] inthropic c ius s. Th<
; ward will i> conferred upon him
ai the t : ... Sch ilarehip
I a:. ::. I 01 Ing hi Id DJ I hol< i To-
rah Day School in the Da; onl
Plaza Hotel at 6 p.m. Sunday,
Jan. 31, according to Menashe
Hirs i preai li n( ol the scl
Metro Mayor St< v. n P. Clark
v. ill serve as honorary chairman
a) the event, Mr. Hirsch reported
Sh pard W. Davis, president oi
the Greater Miami Presidents'
Club, and Hyman Chabner, presi-
1 ni of Temple Beth El, wh< re the
sch > >! is now located, will serve as
chairmen of the banquet, which is
expected to attract about 1.000
II i sons.
Judge Ciment, who received a
Yeshivath background in the Nev
York Talraudical Institute, earned
degn in Business Administra-
l on and Law from the University
Ol Miami, and was a member Of a
prominent Miami Beach law firm
\\hi] is C luncilman. He
s a member of B'nai B'rith, Ha-
(ikvah Lodge, Elks, Moo;.' Lodge,
Knights ol Pythias, and the
tdszrMM. !! "d his wife,
j(.an. a \ic<' president of Women's
American (RT, have shown out-
standing 3edJc'a(iori and devotion
to promotins Torah aad Tradition
through Oholi i Torah.
Ke nol Foi thi vening wtll be
Ber 'I W s. iritual lead i
ation who is
a lectvu te. Judgi Ci -
! i -d, h iwin Stauber,
m ill sen as the masti r ol
%.
An
i Morton A
Stauber Philip
shultz, M 'iii-.
In ',. \ -,.. ,- [>,,. ..
ni r, K In Wod nos, Mob in
v : incas A V
man.
Si '-. ing en (he Women's <'om
mittee are thi Mi sdam Hvn
npli i -rimland, Sher-
. in S N : man Ciment,
!ho! il Morion Ma; b rg
Abraham Korf, Hyman Kolki
I. t E Menashe Hirsch,
li hn Viccica and Melvin Feit.
Auk to the bai
'il je and Mi s. Ciment \\ ill be
hon red at p.m. Satur-
rty in the home of
lerrj and Nin i Schi chtei MOO
[Yee Dr., u was announced.
nt. a foi mi r teach
remple Emanu-I : and the Hebrew
: is activ in I ladass ih
n's Elks and < >holei T u ah
W i it* n. The mother of twi
siiii finds time for a can er in
nai estate.
Rabbi Sholi m D. 1 ipskar is the
principal of Oholei Torah. which
hits doubled its i nroilment i ai h
i ar since its inception. Rabbi
Abraham Korl is its executive di-
rector.
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January 22, 1971
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5-A
rVtrrans Hospital telecart
tablo telephone for bed-
[paticnts will be serviced
ii. i is from four JWV Aux-
[ this week. The schedule is
dws: Saturday morning.
Bruce Brown 174; Sun-
iami Bcarh 330: Tuesday.
' -rth Shore 677, and Thursday.
David Maicus 746.
z
('ther activities scheduled this
k Include a 7 p.m. Saturday
A paity at 'he Veterans Hos-
I jointly sponsored by Norman
Hrm* Brown 174 and W.I'.B. 408,
Greenbergs To Host
Auxiliary's Monthly
\ Party At The Home
Mr. and Mrs. Max Greenberg
hest the monthly party (riven
the Greater Miami Women's
\iliary of the Jewish Home for
Aged (Douglas Gardens) in
r uf their brother-in-law, Bar*
SpcctOT. Sunday.
: le puhDc is cordially invited to
at I lid the party for the residents
(fame, r>i NE 52nd St..
h "ill begin at 1:49 p.m. and
le refreshments.
the program arranged by
Prances Makovsky, will bo
. ick r>arri, soloist, accompanied
Sally Kav Gla and folk songs
lis Makovsky, a favorite en-
ilnerj Roy Lewis will serve as
r of ceremonies. The guests
be irroetcd and welcomed by
Lawrence Silverman, prcsi-
i the Auxiliary.
and a board meeting for the local
Kioup Tuesday in Seema Lefko-
witz' office.
Birdie Grace, president, will
preside at the regular meeting of
Miramar 177 at S p.m. Tuesday in
Temple Israel of Miramar.
President Judith Blitt will pre-
side at Tuesday's 8:15 p.m. board
meeting of .Murray Solomon 243
i-.-. Mi rrick Demonstration School.
Coral Gable s.
North Shore 677 will hold a
social meeting at"the Washington
! Federal. 1133 Normandy Dr.. at 8
p.m. Wednesday, with Ken Orkin
: speaking on "Mental Health." Mrs.
' Libbie Cohen is president.
.Mm Horowitz will hold a
paid-up membership party includ-
ing a fashion show ami refresh-
ments, at Unified Hall. 2300 NE
171st St., Thursday. Jan. 28.
Point Baal 698 will hold a reg-
ular business meeting in the Club
House Monday, with Rose Weiss-
man, president, presiding.
Harry II. Cohen 7*8 wiil hold a
social in the Washington Federal
at 1133 Normandy Dr.. at 8 p.m.
Sunday. Mrs. Shirley Tragash is
president.
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Rocky Pomerance. Chief of the
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was a recent guest speaker at
Temple Emanu-El's "Parents Want
to Know'' lecture series sponsored
by the Emanu-El Youth Commis-
sion and designed to brine; knowl-
: edgeablc professionals into con-
i tact with concerned parents.
Chief Pomerance. who discussed
the youth scene from his own van-
tage point, stated that the new-
t's! factor on the youth scene is
the emergence of drug use as a
sign of trouble. One of the prob-
lems is the pro-drug attitude of
many of the heroes of today's
youth, and another is the negative
i attitude toward authority wide-
spread among youth and encour-
aged by some adults, he declared.
Policemen are the visible and im-
" are thus a convenient target, he
pxnlained. Chief Pomerance also
told how shocked he was to dis
cover extremely anti-police senti-
ments among college instructors
at a conference he attended.
The next lecture in the series,
which will take place on Thurs-
day. Feb. 11 at Temple Emanu-El,
1701 Washington Ave., will fea-
ture Ephraim Gayle, director of I "The Youth Scene: A Social W^rk-
the Y.M.H.A. His topic will !* ers View.''
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9-Jewlst Fhrldiar
Friday. January 22. lS7j
Israeli Author Is (i
Mrs. Sherman Fast, president ol
the Miami B< ach Chapter oi Ha-
i iii has announced that Mis.
Chat i P i ithor < t "C
From the Komi- Winds," "ill I"
the guesl speaki r at its me< ting
iii the Forte Towers
w. >' \\; Jan. 28,
A native of South
Pi
Invitations To Thai1
Luncheon Extended
By Mrs, L Rcsen
ln\ itations ar< for
1 uai "( to be

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i b rs "i the I h O nter
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: sts,
Mi s. Sidnej Mui rta-
1 | vie pi sident ol Hadassah
i n i'1'ii: ly became I ol
1 llywood, wil b i< aker,
menl will be pro-
\. ,: bj Mario, a co ntal sing-
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I self on tii guitar, A native of
i Mai I i grew up
i:: Is: ael and served in I hi Israeli
A my.
Mrs. Munter te ol Sim-
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i in Education fi om Hai vard
i School ition. She
- I -,,H' to ilio 25th and the
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I : in Jerusali m.
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Anne Wilensky And Myron Sehnei&r
Exchange Their Votes at Temple Jndvn
OPEN HOUSE AT TIIF. YOl XCiF.RMANS
Reyna and Alex Youngorman started the
Ni w Year by hosting a large l"li most Interest-
ing group of family and friends. Reunions of
irtists ind musical friends marked a happy
of the Incon r. The daughters
and soas-in-law of the family. Mr. and Mrs.
,-, 'i and Mr. ..n<\ Mrs. Benjamin Cindy.
ped their parents welcome the guests. In-
fcfr. and Mrs. Ed
i '.: Marius Ransom, Mr
I | Mrs. Lou s Slo-
.,.,. Mr, and Mrs Bertra Waller, Mr. and
Mrs. H Mr. an : M s. Al Huss Mr.
heim, Mr. and Mrs.
I Tell. Mrs. Seymour Richin.
h i me-m in show
10 l- held ;ii the Hemisph >re Gallery during the
,nt : ry. These paintings were in-
i by the Youi n u recent trip to M x-
:co. Some Reyna ; I there ind some
sh sketched there and painted after they re-
1: Lasl year alter their return from
in, she painted a wli.de group of Spanish
scenes bul they were more somber than this
rful new group.
SOAP BOX OPERA
Tho sanw people are always there when I go
to the beauty shop every Saturday morning, and
it's a regular "continued from last week" episode.
My mother is the pampered darling, with Diane.
Valerie and Mad.'line showering her with atten-
tion. My operator, Linda, is expecting her boy
h iend to come from New York any minute. Mr-
Henry Margulies was having her hair done for
a special occasion their 25th wedding anni-
VI isary dinner. They were going to The Embers
with guests for their anniversary celebration,
she reported. Among the guests were to be her
brother and sister, who flow in from New York
to l' \v :th th.m, Mr. and Mrs Lester Steinberg,
. Mr. and Mrs Harry Kaplan. Dr. and Mrs.
Hy Meyerowitz, Mrs. Dora Brody, Mr. and Mis.
Don Shires and Mr. and Mrs. Irving Goldman.
They had a greal evening.
Mrs Erwin Karson (Norman the boss, does
h< r hair came in without her mother Mrs. Char-
Rosenthal, who had broken her arm on
Meridian Ave., near the shoulder (of the arm
not the '' n (Mrs, David l Miller was
excited about her daughter Penny who is a
ior at thi lity of Missouri. Penny, who
is treasurer of her sot n tj Alpha Epsilon Phi.
vas just ncluded in "Who's Who in American
Colleges and ; ties." T >ssie, anoth< r b >ss,
she "frosts" my hair. (1
i- i am i ask her to come and ex-
plain 1 Is '' school. They
:
keep asking why my hair is two colorsV The shop
is full of Tessie's husband. Murray's paintings.
It's interesting to look around and decide which
picture you want, but the time you're ready to
buy, it's usually been sold. Carolyn I Mrs. Kmanu-
ell Luck's hair looked as pretty when she came
when she went out. It's a "fun" pi ice to be,
with everybody talking and drinking coffee .ind
i ling The Jewish Floridlan.
MERRY CONCERN AM) HAPPY MUSIC
That's what the >m the Philharmonic
P.R. gals said. And that's exactly what il is
ion Said ij was an open rehe irs il.
1 I. the conductor, is very adamant
about allowing the public in for rehearsals bul
this was a special event for the Philharmonic
Women's Guild The orchestra looked most color-
ful in their stieet clothers, lots of strip's, pinks
j iws and green, with a lot of whiskers, long
h lir, mustaches, sideburns and beards. Sonya
Balogh looked adorable with her black hair in
a pony tail. It was the first time I ever heard a
Philharmonic orchestra play "Happy Birthday"
and I thought it was delightful. They played it
in honor of the concert master Alexander
Prilutchi.
Bobbi (Mrs. Richard Litt> had gone to the
airport to pick up the pianist. Nelson Freire.
who flew in from New York where he had just
given a concert at Hunter College. Born in Rio
de Janeiro, Mr, Freire speaks English very well
hut his sister, who was with him. speaks just
what you speak in Rio de Janeiro. He was in a
sport shirt, as was Alain Lombard. It was a small
guesl list, so it was easy to see everyone. It was
fun to watch the handsome conductor in a graj
sp Hi short sitting on a "kitchen" chair and then
going out in the audience to listen every once
in a while. The Richard F. Wolfsons were there.
Mrs. Milton Richter, Mrs. Jay Neross, Mrs,
<; >n:o Talignoff. Mrs. David Sterns. Mrs. J' s. ;>h
Duntov, Mrs. Anne Resnick and some of her
pupils. Mr. and Mrs Samuel Grossman, Dr. and
Mrs. I. Leo FishlWn, Dr. and Mrs. Hy Lieber,
Mi. and Mrs. Mortimer Wien. Mrs. Jules Glick-
Stein and putty Mrs. Kaplan who is president
of the Women's Guild. My: a Fur could hardly
wait to rush home to tell Aaron that they
played Ravel's Bolero which the Farrs had 1 tsl
heard In Russia. I think that I like "open rehear-
sals" very much. The music was great; (it didn't
- iund like rehearsing to mel and the refresh-
ments Wl re d. liciOUS.
Anne Sheryl. the daughter ol
Mr. an.i Mrs. Herbert B. Wilensky.
3000 SW 64th Ave.. and Mynn
The n.w Mrs. Schneider s"\ i
a gown of white satin and Cha
t.llv lace with fitted empire wa
and high beaded illusion n-ck
and road-trimmed Ixx'io... Her I
sleeves were laee an. ."natch
laeo liord. rod the him aid ed:
her train. H. r Ann Bol-yri h
pi,,-. dt am it Used with beiMi
cold a l< ng veil of iUusi
ipi a" was a shite tii
.,,-, i dccoi itkwi w
In puri le and lavender.
wa
h r roommate, Puddui I
- maid of h
- ist< t i. lav .'

n i i sin, .'.' a I -
i>, to Goid' n, Linda O
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The R
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thc bride's brother, Irvvm Wi
ski and Rol rt v> El D
Jacobs, Dr. Harold Wo>
Miller Wi e, Jack Seta* I
Abe Gerbt r were the gi >on
MKS. MYKON SCHNtlDtR
Guests from New Orleans
eluded aunts and uncles W
s. bneider, Louis Schneidai
family, Ethel Weinatain, Na:
kV. mst. m. and Mr. and Mrs A
Strauss, Mr. and Mis. Joseph S
Phillip Schneider, son of Sam
Schneider of New Orleans, La.,
and the late Mrs. Schneider, who
united in marriage at Temple Ju-
dea Sunday 1>> C
Kipper officiated at the 6:30 p.m. st< in. Mrs. Wolfe Gesbas and
ceremonies, which were followed j daughter, Sheryl. The bride's
by a cocktail reception and dinner
dance in the Calusa Country Club.
The bride, a graduate of Coi i]
Gables Si nior High School is a
senior al S iphie Ni wcomb College
of Tulaii' Univi i here she is
lish major and a member
S i i D< it., T iu sororit
ist r, m I. :.t ol Temple Ju-
dea's Youth G-oup and a past vice
pn s ,1, :t si I i 1 -;
:": Pon YoUl
The I :' i ; i fr m
Tulanr I'nivi :
In Psycho I held n
: ii Alpha Kpsiloi I
>. and is i enrolled
in I. siii, Unit >sity's
School of VIedicine, w here '
a i of Phi Dell
ical t. al : il '.
^ranct*
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atives wh cams from Qfeio foi i
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and XMlsins Mr*, and Mrs. .'
Feingold and Mr. and Mis. A
Himmel ol Beecbwood, Mrs.
Kutash Ol Toledo, Mrs. Ralph
t. o ol !'...e.. rus, Dr, and Mrs. 11
aid Hi rman <>t M ntor, and
and Mis. *"111ad lex k, I I
i [. ights. Tw i of her coi sins
I oms v;. ill nsk} and Mi Fcaj
c ime ti 'in Jdeks I
ij i v. i k< nd of I
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Tli, wedding itself w.- pi
ffet al t:
.! thi brid I riursd i
hosti 'i i>.. the in idegroi
fathi r at The Famous RestaUl i
.turrta> lunch -oi
the 700 I lub of the David
Iloti I hi sted by the bi
aunt, Mi Fred Dia.i ond
Is of the fai
Gem Bernstein, Mrs. .
Dayan, and Mrs. Marvin K
mull, and a cocktail buffet
o. tho I i id -'s aunts, Mis
ml Mrs. living Loviu
Mrs, Nathan Strauss at
The Great Si DOR BELARSXY with 1G0 On Stage
SHMUEL FERSHK0, Composer, with Zimrah Chorus
Symphonefte Sat. Feb. 20th, 8 P.M., M. B. Auditorium
Tickets at Auditorium
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tuinounced by her pare
Mr. and Mra Walter S. Klk. 1
Alfonso Ave., t'oral pable.
The hint.-elect i aPqjentlv
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+Je*istifk>rlcnan7
Page 7-B
Hebrew University Students Marry At
Emqnu*EI. Return To Jerusalem Study
Laurie Madelon Pcnchansky and
Kdw'n Phillip Farber made a spc-
i ial trip to Miami Beach from
MRS. tDWIN P. FARBER
Jerusalem in order to bo married
in the- Fried land Ballroom of Tem-
pi* Kmanu-F.l Saturday, Jan. 16.
Dr. IrVimj Lehrman, spiritual load-
er, and Kut.i i Alexander Gross,
principal if the Hebrew Academy
of Greater Miami, officiated at
the 7s80 p.m. nuptials. The wed-
ding dinner which fo lowed was
preci f -t by a cocktail hour.
The bride, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs Henry Pe'nchansky, 2630 Fla-
mingo Dr. Miami Beach, attended
HM>rev Academy, Miami Beach,
Senibi Hi- h School and St< rn Col-
legi r.Y.i before nrolling al the
I' bn w Uni' ersitt in Jerusalem,
whore sho is studying for a degree
in Religious Education and Soci-
olog.-. Both she and her husband,
whose parents live at 1250 NW
179th Ter., have been active in
United Synagogue Youth. He has
attended Norland Senior High
School, Columbia University and
the Jewish Theological Seminary.
and is now studying for the rab-
1 !>' ind. a degree in Religious
Education at Hebrew University.
The new Mrs. Farber selected
i town ol i eail I ad lace over silk taffi ta tor In r '-. d-
uing; a trail! ; ai l-b a li d n
til.a v< il was attached to her
She was at i< nd-
.i bj Sim i Mondschi In, maid :
h nor, and bridesmaids Debbie
i 'hai Iton, Rhonda K iss, Carol
Faiber and Joyce Lipkin. The
gn om' i i ither scrvi ci ;.. bi si
man: the bride's brother, Michael
Penchansky, Mark Wurtzi Iman,
Andn w Goldscheid and Harry
Arem ushered.
The Jewish marriage contract
(Ketubai was designed In Israel.
decorated by an Israeli artist and
hand-written by an Israeli scribe
with blank spaces for the officiat-
ing rabbis to fill in at the wed-
ding. In addition to the local rabbis
ami educators, the guest list in-
cluded such outstanding names as
Anna Brenner Meyers. Solomon
Lichter, Judge and Mrs. Irving
Cypen, Judge and Mrs. Herbert
Shapiro. Mr. and Mrs Zvi Berger,
md Mr. and Mis. Matthew Rosen-
haus.
Alter a five-day Miami Beach
honeymoon, the couple returned
to larai I to continue their studies.
Thi ir mailing address is c o (iffice
ot i ,*erseas Studi nts, 11. brew Uni-
i rsll .' isali m I ir u I
South Floridian Honored
Mr<. Theodore A. Zallcs, a resident of Miami
Beach, was oe.e of the seven American women
chosen to tour and Insj..... ORT installations In six
countries In Europe and the Near East, Mrs. Mon-
roe Rosenthal, national president of Women's
A-r rl i ::r. announced in New York. The
'' "' al n, : ch Mrs. Zalles will be
1 m( Ilh will : -ave New York on M in I ly and
ith Hi din i i IRT School Sys-
i : in, Italy, Isr .
: Sv Itzi : land.
France, Aus-
Zalles, a member of the Nation.: B
>'>' lh' I xecutive Council of the Oi \ ini-
zation for Reli bilitation through Training (O
'' is pre? thi S tutheastern Florida R
from 19 iS I i 1970.
T!v; 'rganizatlon for Rehabilitation through
Training now maintains schools In 22 countries
throughout the world, where over 60,000 young men
and worn, i are t tughl In vocational and techno-
I training enters. During its existence, ORT
helped over I.0OO.OO0 youths prepare to enter the
mainstream of modern social and economic life.
On the occasion of ORTs 90th anniversary in
1970. Israel's Prim. Minister Golda Meir declared:
"For 90 years ORT has conferred the dignity of
skills and livelihood, particularly on the under-
privileged, the very quality of whose lives mighl
well have been different had it not been for ORT."
MRS. THEODORE 1AUES
hadore Deemars' Grandson Married In Atlanta Jan. 3
Heisler (Unman Rites At Emanu-El
Thi rites uniting Diane Carol
. took place at Ti
'Die marriage of Cynthia Laurie
I pi li. daughti r of Mr. and Mis
Jack Toppell of Atlanta, and M u -
Emanu-FJ Saturday, Doc. 26, at
8 p.m.. with 1 r, I. \ ing Leh
and Ral bi -lax Li; schitz fficiat-

The bridi .- iw working
t iw ai ds b r Master's degi ee at
li inter Colle gi a I al d from
(i. W, Hewlett High Sch ioI, Hew-
lett, NY., and State University
i o lege of Bufl il Sh. Is the
Mi ind Mi i. Murray
Gurman, 18820 n;: 20th Ave.,
North Mil mi l. ach.
Her husband, the son of Mrs.
Esl her Brodsky of l Ro aw ij .
N.Y., and the late Saul Heisler,
received his diploma from Far
Rock i aj High Schi to! and ;:; ad-
u.it. .! Phi H ta Kappa from
i 111 ge. He is presently
teaching math at Julia Richman
Hi :h Sch i !.
The couple spent their honey-
moon in Paradise Island before re-
to New York City, where
thet will l' making their home.
The bride selected an original
Bianchi i reation of silk-faced satin
vith a !> adi d sash thai formed a
semi-l itted h aisl 1 [< r A-line skirl
leated; its back full-
ness I to a built-in i i
Cha k l-length tiain. The fitl I
Ial iead
ni ckline and : >ng bi li slei ves. 1 ler
mantilla fell the entire len rth ol
'he Chapel train, and she carried
a bouquet of white roses, orchids
and bah;, 's bn ath.
The bridal party included Jody
Brott, maid of honor: Mrs, Stan
Ramati, matron ol honor; brides-
maids Mrs. Bruce Feuer, Nancy
Pressman, Joanne Lipton. Susan
H Mary Zemelman an I S u
D.i ir, Aaron Do.
i i i
dy I li : ihi :: the groom's fat
Brott. best rum; and Mich
\ Srii I i. Scott Mans-
'. i
I
R nen.
nored guest
i i
is ol 'I
In Morris
i ler ol
'
senior year at the University of
Oklahc .
The e i i| v will make their
in Noi a., ni ar thi
sity afti m trip t >
Aruba ar ; So th America.
MRS. MURRAY I BB0TT
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Ellen Smtrtz Engaged
To Ronald S. Owens
Thi eng&gemert of Klleli Martha
Swnrtz and Ronald Stefan Owens
lias been announced by her par-
ents, Mr. inr! Mis. Joe Swart/.
150 S'.V 27th Rd. The wedding is
SChetfoled to ice April 4.
The :.ide-e|e.t a ti idler at
ta i lara EJlemi ntary School,
gradusti i from 'or il Gabli s High
School and the "i iversity ol Flor-
ida. Shi is tli randdaughtor ol
the hit- Mr i Mrs. 11 irrj G
Atari ins.
Mr. ( wens, whose parents, Mr.
and M St ii : > Owens, reside in
the !-.- : Hous In North Hay
\ iilai. .- an honor graduate of
Templi | now ass iciated
v. ith fadib si,,, in WKAT.
ALLMAN
UNIVERSITY
257 COLLINS, MIAMI BEACH
672-6597
ray L. Brott, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Brott of Chicago, 111., and
grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Isadore
Deemar of Chicago and Hal Har-
bor, took place in Shearith Israel
Synagogue, Atlanta, Jan. 3, it has
been announced. Rabbi Donald
Frieman officiated at the 6:.'S0
p.m. ceremonii S, which were fol-
lowed by a dinner reception hosted
by the bride's parents.
rOU con be SORT of the BEST of -
Todd\H BONDED FRUIT SHIPPER
HOW SHIPPING FLORIDA'S KNtST FRUIT BASKETS I GIFTS
2164 PONCE DE LEON Coral Gables Tel. 448-5215


SPECIALIZING JV MOVIXG TO ISRAEL!
Also Local, Long Distance Moving, Packing, Crating & Storage
FR.EF ESTIMATES ON LONG DISTANCE MOVING Call 635-6554
and ask to speak to Esther Berlin.
ABE VAN LINES INC. _________2136 NW. 24th Avenue
Individual Attention to
&bcl:pht
Individual Needt
Private Schools Grade* 5-12
Bunnese Coortej Tutorcno
Broward Schools 525-2071
Dad* Schools 444-6543
"For the personal Professional Touch** J,
S CALL SYLVIA MILSEN |
fi HfOWWGFLORAt CONSULTANT il 2-3231 ty,
| FLOWERS by 1
" BLOSSOM SHOP I
1616 Washington Ave., Miami Beach CALL JE 1-3231 jj
(Mreantih Hutiomal ftaak BwlHlmg) vW
llth ANNUAL
HOLLYWOOD
ANTIQUE 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
m This A.d $1.25


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festivities.
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pie' >r OJom.
St en is a stud i1 at West
Mi imi Junior H i Scho h to
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Mr. and Mr- Bass ivill I I
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GOLF-TENNIS ^cT"
CAMP FORj^gjgfr*
TEENS (Co-Ed)-1*2**
On beautiful Rex Beach Lake in the rolling lake-ridge
country of Florid-; s Central Highlands A superior summer
camp program \ Flor'da's First Golf Resort 18- hole
Charr.pionsrvD Course Individual coaching in golf, tennis
and wa'er sports by top Pros Pool and lake swimming
vVater skiing Sailing Driver Ed. Fishing Trips
Socials Discotheque Academic tutoring available.
CAMP SESSION STARTS JULY 1
CAMP DIRECTORS. VICTOR E. JACOBSON, A. RIFKIN
For Brochure and Particulars write: S. T. Giffard, Dept. JF
Harder Hall Golf-Tennis Camp
Completely Air Cond. Sebring, Fla. call collect 813-385-0151
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For Boys & Girls 6-16
A CAMPING PARADISE IN THE HEART
OF THE POLLEN FREE, COOL HILLS
- LAKES OF OCALA NATIONAL FOREST
LAKE COUNTY, FLORIDA
"ports Waterskiing and Riding Daily
Arts and Crafts Sailing. Scuba
Horseback Riding Special Teen Program
I Traditional Friday & Sabbath
Lessons All Dietary Laws Observed
our Modern Infirmary at ALL Times,
iber American Comping Association
p Directors:
\CH J. I. MONTGOMERY
IIS & SHEILA WALDMAN
Phone: 305-532-3152 or Write:
Road, Miami Beach, Florida 33139
SIGN UP NOW
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N.Y., where he is in
the i
Bai t-hosl the
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LAZARl'S ROTI1STEIN
Saturda\ Jan. al
B th Tot :;>''!' itlori i i.'
th son f Mr. and t
-.. his
Bai Mi z\ -;i ': iring the wi i h
ices, He w iH chant the H
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An the Coi
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d h"s Han R
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Mr. and Mrs. R v
services in tin
ROBER1 SAM I'ELS
and Mrs. Mnrtii S
SW !.;i! i l i ; i"
the Tora r Mitzvah Sal
daj. Jan. 23, ..t Bt t'n 1 >a\ id *'
it ion.
The cel< bi in Al]
studi nt at Pain
i in the sevi
grade, and is Grad
al Ek ili David.
Robi rt' -.ill host i re-
ception in !us honor at their I
the honon -\ guests u ill !>.
liis grandpai i nts, Mr.
in.
<. \KV RESXH K

Mrs. Martin I: I Cora
Si a Rd
t Beth David < tion Sat -
Jan. 23.
lent i
Ridgi .1 nioi Higl
s in t h
i Beth David R
School on j ai
Mr. an t Mrs. Ri snick will host
a reception in Gary's honor at
The hot lests
her, Phil-
' !i|i Resnick, and his aunt, Mrs.
Taul, from l.< high A< es
Mrs. Arthur Hirschberg anl Mrs. Saul Schreiber, (sealed;
and Mrs. Nat Sie=sor and Mrs. Julian Frand, (standing*
mbers cf the Mol i Kahanei Sislerhood Art Show Com-
tee, show a hand-si ; i.ograph by Salvadore Doli
{roni the Fine Art c n to be displayed al Beth Torah
Sccial Hall, 10J1 Int< il< vard Sunday from 10 a.m.
to 6 p.m. This event will bo preceded by a private Knowing
rn st patrons Saturday evening.
Wometco's Friday 0ps:i: ^js
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ol r If. S KJHUHA
A NEW CON.- PT A JEWiSH CAMP FOR CHILDREN
Located in Orange Springs near the beautiful
Ocaia National Forest
Cmp Sh lom is defeated to a completely spiritual,
educational ling camping experience. A com-
plr'o proi to ithletict, arts, drama and music is
Tutoring in religious and all
secular
DIE! VWS OBSERVED
Phone 2? 1 >r Further information
OWN^j-DlRFCTORS
Richard S. Browdy Mr. and Mrs. David Z. Sokol
Cantor, Temple Zion Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrev Sherman
Miami Office: 10750 N. Kendall Drive, Miami C-16
P0C0N0 HIGHLY
m
SEPARATE CAMPS OF DISTINCTION FOR B(
ON BCAUTIFUL REFLECTION LA
In the Heart of the Pocono Mountains of Northeastern Pennsylv.
ATTENTION PARENTS
Traveling arrangements are being completed for Miami area children presently enrolled via
Eastern Airlines Non-Stop Jet.
A limited number of camper openings available Section quotas
Unexcelled direction for thirty-six years in the finest tradition under same owr.r
Only 41 2 hours total traveling time from Miami.
Feat
Jrinrj:
9 magnificent new all-weather championship
tennis courts with night lights.
Outstanding water skiing program
3 motor boats
Extended canoe trip and sailing programs
Theatre workshop
4 indoor regulation Brunswick bowl
9 hole golf course
English and wes'ern riding 7 miles of I
Ham radio and elertinnics
Superb International Staff
Please Contact our Miami Repiesentative
MRS. JACK (Nancy) DAVIS
11042 PARADELA AVENUE, CORAL GABIES, TELEPHONE 665-7923 or 665-9147
MRS. EARLE II. WE'NBERL, DIRECTORS MR. and MRS. LOUIS WtlNBERG
HOME OFFICE: 6528 CASTOR AVENUE, PHILADELPHIA, PA. 19149


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+Jcn isti Meridian
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LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAVE .-AW FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE lei HKKKH1 iSIVE: NOTH i. I tKHY (IIVEN
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The Ilci-luncheon fnshion show to tike place
Thursday c.t ihe Doral Bsarh Hot?!, was or-
ganized by the Women's Committee of the
Cuban Hebrew Congregation as an Israel
Emergency Fund benefit. From left to :. ; it
ated) are Mrs. Salom T i iei M s.
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l- i i" in this an a at Ihe Suil was shot on \ her
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Bring This Ad For These Very Speeiol Prices
ANIMAL LOVERS CLUB MEMBERS HALF PRICE
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK
9 A.M. TO 10 P.M.
SUNDAY 10 A.M. TO 6 P.M.
ANIMAL LOVERS CENTERS
NIALEAH
1020 W. 49th ST.
823-0114
WESTCHESTER
I4H S.W. 24th ST.
223-7141
SOUTH DIXIE HWY.
13T45 S. DIXIE HWY.
233-7141
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NOTICE UNDER
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NOTICE- IS HEHEI1Y lilVEN thai
Ihe underalffned, dealrlna lo i
in bualneiw undi r Ihe flrl Inui
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deralirni d, di nil lna in
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Friday. January 22. 1971
Mrs. Nixon To Serve As
LOA's Honorary Chairman
Mis. Richard At. Nixon will
s rve as honorary chairman ol the
ninth annual I'mt fd Ostomy Asa >-
nation Conference, which will bo
! Id Aug. 25-29, at the Diplomat
Hotel in Hollywood, B !C irding to
.in announcement made by Mrs.
Trudi Stern of Hoi'.ywood, Can-
n nee chairman.

Mrs. Stern, who is also vice
president "f the Intrnati mal
Health Agency, will chair plan-
..... <>'ss:nps t'':; -.< '!< at t'v Dip-
lomat in which committee mem-
bera of MICA (Miami Eleostomy
Colostomy Association" and visit-
ing directors of UOA will take
part.
The national directors will ap-
pear as a panel Monday at 8 p.m.
at the MICA meeting in Mount
Sinai Hospital. The following night
they will appear at the 8 p.m.
Broward Ostomy meeting in the
Home Federal Savings & Loan
Association on Voting Cirr!>.
Happenings
Vf.C. F.ricson, general man-
ager of Forest Products South-
eastern Region, announces that
Lee LeiMW, general manager of
the Miami Box Plant, was grant-
ed early retirement, effective
Jan. 1. 1971. Mr. Lobow will,
however, continue his associa-
tion with Owens-Illinois as a
consultant until July 1. In his
consulting capacity, he reports
to Mr. Rricsor..
IEGAI NOTKE
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971
IEGAL NOTKE
Obituaries
Joseph Schlossberg 95
Nhw" YORK IJTAi Funeral
- rvices were held Sunday for
Joseph Schlossberg, a founder of
the Amalgamated Clothing Work-
era Union and the National Com-
mittee for Labor Israel, who died
Friday at the age of 95. A native
of Russia, he came to this coun-
try when he was 13. When the
ACW was founded in 1914. Mr.
Schlossberg was secretary-treas-
urer of the- New York Joint Board
of the United Brotherhood of
Tailors. He was elected general
- rTa:>-treasurer of the ACW
and held that position for more
I tan 25 years.
SEIDEN
Mm Qraycle r: 59, of !55 w Rlvo
Alto It p------.1 away Jan IT Came
I" Miami Beach 4" years ago from
idelphla. She was :i member of
Ihi Mount Slnal Hospital Auxiliary,
the Garden '"Hit*, the National Cotin-
l of Jewish Women and Hadassah,
Survived by husband Albert, eon
I of Miami Beai h, daughti r
Mra Mlmale Ma) of Nashville, Tenn .
. b ndchildn
1 Id, two brothers, Irving and Am-
e alater Miss Shirley Green-
* eld all of Miami Beach. Sen
held Mondi > at Rlvi rsldi
inel w ith ii.i. rm< nt at (Jraceland
.\ Park.
PE IFF. Prat i s, 75, 2000 1
Avi M.B Rivet >lde
SAPPER. Jet il. I' 3, "9i I Harding
\ M.B. Rivet
STUTSKY. Samuel 82 '44 Enclid
Ave M B Riverside
ZIPES. Ada, 88, L'J"" N W L'Hili si
Blasberg
COHEN, laidor, S3, 820 Blscayne St.
Ki\ erslde
farber. Morris, 7". 850 72nd St .
Jl B Riverside
KOLODNY, Robert i: 4L', 12361 B.W
-7th Si Riverside
KUNSTLER. Thomas L, 78, I!.....l N El
2nd Ave, Riverside
LANDSDORF. Kate, 55, I'l'sn Point
East Dr Riverside
Mitchell, Harry, 7", 2130 8 w. I7tb
SI Gordon
Radwin. l>r Leo s. 71, 1001 91 si
st Riverside
ROSENBERG. Harry, .".4. 1"1 Ocean
l>r.. M.B. Riverside
ROSENBERG. Jeanette, 83, 2450 \ i:
215th St. Gordon, interment Mt,
N, In.
SANDROW. Samuel, 7!'. 147'. Collins
Ave M It ilor.lnn
Shater. Charles 7:-. 7770 W. 8lh
Ave Hlaleah, Riverside
ALPORT, Sylvia, 74. 1579S Collins
Ave., M it Riverside
ARBETT. Bessie, 85, ."."" 15th St.,
M It Riverside
CHt""iKi. Benny, 77. 7:t7 llili St,
M.B. Riverside
GLiCKMAN. bertha, 87, .'":'.4'i IIi*rlt-
land l akes, N M it Gordon
kornbloom. Frank, 65, 1563 Jef-
ferson Ave M it Newman
LOEF, Samuel, 87, 654 Collins Ave.,
m B X. w man
SCHlaile. Johanna,
l>r ..Ml: Byasberg
stein. Jack, 80, 3001
Hallandale. Riverside
STONE. Sayde 79, 100
M R Blasbt rg
GOODMAN. Jack, 7!'. 1343 \" I". 143rd
Bi i ithgou Intermenl Mt, Nebo
TESHER. Datsey, 01, Johnson-Foster
Intel men! Mt Nt bo
ZAWITZ. Max, 7". 1200 West Ave .
M R Rlverlde I termenl M> Nl bo
BELSON. Reuben, B7, M B Blasberg
COHEN, Zalman, 70. 1040 Washlng-
\ t M Newman
G1 UCK. Samuek, 71, 4"" Kings Point
Di Blasbers
NOTICE UNDER
clCTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name
of I ONE PINE MOBILE COl'NTRY
CLUB WEST :u 3030 W Hallandale
Beach Boulevard, Hallandale, Florida
Intend to register sa >i name with the
Clerk of 'i Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
Bernard Shelnbeln
Sylvia Shelnbeln
Irving ls'ond;ir
Sandra l Kli lar
I BONARD I. KIMBALL
Attorney for apollcants
12200 \ W 7th Avi i ue
Miami. Florida 33168
l 15-22-29 5
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tin undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of PATRICIAN CATERERS nt 4."."i
Baal Oh.....>hobee Road, Hlaleah,
Florida Intends to register said im.
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida,
A A r FOOD PER V WR INC.
By: SAMl'Kl, U KIPS
Samuel ^^" ia, Pn ldnt
KOMMEL, ROGERS 1 ORBER &
SHENKMAN
Attorneys for Applicant
1 15-22-29 2 5
75. 17fl Baj
s < '".hi Dr .
Lincoln Rd .
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to encace
In business under the fictitious name
of TIGER LILLY at the Causeway
Plasa Shopping Center 123rd street ft
Blscayne Blvd Miami. Florida Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida
li.iii.i !teci mber 31, 1970
TIGER I.Il.l.V. INC
a Florida n I Duration
Morris Greenwald, President
Attest: Sandra .Metro Grits, Sei retary
MYER8, KAPLAN, I" >RTER,
LEV1NSON A KENIN
1I) Bduard E Levins, n
Attorni ys for Applli ant
i 8-15-33-29
We wish to thank the many people
who hae shared our sorrow over the passing of
our Dear Husband and Father
MYER N. DRAZIN
Ottawa, Ontario
Your kindness is deeply appreciated and wil
always be remembered.
VIIORED DRAZIN
TYBIE DRAZIN RESN'CK
RABBI AVROM L DRAZIN
YALE $. DRAZIN
EMANUEL GORDON 1946
HARRY GORDON -1964
IKE GORDON
JAMES B. GORDON
\~yordon j-uneral 373-5533
ome
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
No. 70-234H8
(Crawford)
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
OENERAI. MOTORS ACCEPTANCE
Ct 'RPORATIt IN,
Plaintiff,
DANIEL CAUDLE,
l 'i fi ndant.
DANIEL CAUDLE
Hi sidenci Unk now n
VOL' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
tl i suit reolevln has been filed
against you .. 'I thai you are re-
quired to file an Answer ir other
pleading with the Clerk of this Court
and i" serve copy on C1BRAI D
SILVERMAN 210 Roberts Building,
Miami. Florida I! 130, Attorney for
Pla i tiff, on or before the 26th day
of February, 1971, or a judgment by
default may be entered agalnsl you
DONE and ORDERED In Miami
D county. Florida this imIi day
ol Januat j. 1971
i: B I BATHBRM \ N
i |i rk of said I Viurt
Dade Count i Courthouse
Miami, Florida :!:!13"
Bj C P COPE1 AND
Deputj Clei k
I '22-29 2/5-12
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
th.- undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of THE INK SPOT at Us S.W, 57th
Avenue, Miami, Florida Intends to res-
ist.i said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Flor-
ida.
M YVONNE-ISRIEL
WALI ACE N MAF.lt
Attorney for m Yvonne isriel
4WI Blscayne Ituilding
Miami. Florida 33130
1/22-29 2/5-12
GELB
MONUMENTS INC.
Open titty Dor doles' So-bbofh
40 SW 57th Ave. MO 1-8583
Micrt.1'1 Only Strictly Jttsmh
Monument Dtolrr
euitt
JilemoriaJ Chapel
"JlWIiH ?UNfA[ DIRECTORS"
LOCAl AND OUT OF STATE
ARRANGEMENTS
1891-6444
1338S W DIXIE HWV N M.
&uner Mmber:
National Ku-neral
Directors A --n
Florida Funeral
Ldiectors Assn.
J.F.D.A.
865-2353
730 Urtnfy fir* SfI
MbtCfrtfM*
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
NOTICE TO APPEAR
Case No. 70-20788 DuVal
JACK COHEN cl h a II. & J Co.
Plaintiff,
NORTHRl*P CONSTRUCTION COM-
PANY", a dissolved Florida Corp.;
PAULINE COHEN, a single woman,
GERALD MARROW and if married
MARROW, till wife, and
SEYMOUR J. MARKOW, and if mar-
ried MAltKOW tun wife;
DE8SER AND tSARKlEIJ). INt.'. a
dissolved Delaware Corp.; HELEN
MITCHELL, and if married
MITCHELL, her husband; CLARA F
WF.ltF.lt and if married
WEBER her husband; PHJ INVEST.
MEN'T CORP a dissolved Fla. cor-
poration., EVERETT W EARL nnd
ii married EARL, his a lf<
DADE COI'NTTj ROSA M. MI8AS
and if married ------------MI8AS her
husband PERRIS C WOOD and wife
EDMI'NDA VICTORIA WOOD;
JONATHAN MOXCIE and wife MAR-
GARET MOXCIE; STATIC OF FLO-
RIDA; FRANK MOTON and wife
ROSE LEE MOTON; Ol'l F STREAM
LOAN COMPANY, a Florida corp.,
CARI IS CLAYTON and wife EDNA
CLAYTON; UNITED STATES OF
AMERICA; CHARIOTTE VOOEL. a
Fret Dealer; ROBERT RUSSELL and
If marrii ii RUSSELL, hl Ife
EMANUEL CLARK and wife MARY
CLARK: JIMMIR I.OU KNIGHT and
;t married KNIGHT, her husband;
Ri iBERT M'AMS and if married
ADAMS, his wife HERMAN CASTRO
l;i >DRIOUEZ and if married
RODRIGUEZ, his wife; THOMAS
LEWIS and \v fe PEARL LEWIS;
THOMAS COOPER and if married
i i ii IPER his wife; ANNIE
MAE HARRIS and if married
HARRIS, her husband; MARGARET
M tiu.ma and if married
THUMA her husband; ItAPCO
PROPERTIES a dissolved Florida
corp RONALD 1 BARON and '
MARYLIN BARON; I BWIS C AND-
ERSON his |fe; HERMAN COHEN
and wife PHYLLIS COHEN; F D
BARON, and if married
BARON b's wife: HAROLD L MILL-
ER and FRIEDA MILLER, his wife;
and all other parties claiming Inten (
by through, under or against the
ah ive named part i I ng or claim-
ing to have :"i\ right title or Inten
in the pr......ties hen hi des< ribed
niol if an 'i.....ased. then
th. |r r. -i" i heirs devisees l< rate-
as grantees assignees lienora, credi-
tors, trustees or other claimants by,
through or under, or agalnsl 11
either f them, and all pat lies ha> ina
or claiming any right, title, or In-
terest In the properties hereinafter
described,
Defend
Th NORTHRUP CONSTRUCTION
ci iMPANY a dlssolvt 'I F'.oi Ida i ol
porat
TRACT A
Lot t Bli k I, VCME Ol'LFAIH
:,, nrding Ihi plat thereol n
cord. I In Plal Book at page
.7,1 ihi public records of I lade
i', u 1*1. 1 iila
DESSER and GARFIELD, INC. a
dlssolvi '1 Delawari rp rat Ion
TRACTC
!.ot 3. Block 92 CAROL CITY
2nd addlt 1 ling to the Plal
' reci rli In Plal 1
1 public recoi da of
Dade d unty, Fla
HELEN MITCHELL and If n
MITCHELL, I 1 1 u il 1 1
Fred Reyet 1 Not Ih S Street
Philadelphia, Pi 1
TRACT !
I '7. Is. I'... B1 HICHl.AVI is. ai 1 nrding t.. -i .
Pla -I .... : rei ordi . al Pagt 1 I the public
rd( of I lad< c,,unt y, Ra
GERA1 D MARKOW and if nt tried
M \ Ills' IW. his n sldenre
unknown SEYMOUR J MARKoE
and if married MARKOE
hia |f Ri sldi nee Unkt
TRACT B
Lol t, Bli k s. BENSl 'N MANOR,
;.....rdlng t" the Plal thereof, re-
, ,1 d< 'i in Plal Book s. at Page 19,
Section s, Township it South. Range
4" East 1 f th.- Public Records "f
1'. .1. 1 "iv, Fla
CLARA 1' WEBER ami if married
VVEBFsJt, h.r husband. Resi-
dence Unknown.
TRACT 1:
I/it 11 Block 7. DIXIE HEIGHTS
GARDENS, according to the Plat
thi reof, r. corded in Plat Book lm
at Page ;::'. of the Public Records
of Dade County, Fla,
PHJ INVESTMENT CORP., a dis-
solved Florida corporation F.VKKF.TT
W EARL, and if married
EARL, his wife. Residence unknown.
TRACT F
I.ot 1, Block 44. KUUUPA CITY
PROPER, according to the Pint
thereof, recorded fit I'lat Hook 2,
nt Page 74, Section IS, Township
51 South Flange ss Baal In the
town of Florida City of the Public
Ri ordi of Dade County, Florida,
id isa m misas and if married
misas her husimnii Ban Joaquln
No. 71 Bajos, Cuba
TRACT H
Lol 4. Block v. GOULDS ESTAT-
ES SECTION I, according to the
PUD tll.'eof; r.oorded ill Phil
Book 4c al page i'4. of the public
records of f5ade County. Florida
JONATHAN MOXCIE and if. MAR-
GARET MOXCIE, Tl. Il No. 3 Hex
531 A Hollywood, Florida.
TRACT .1
Lot S, Bio. k 7, HAMPTON PARR
1.....rdlng to the Plal thereof; re-
corded In Plal Hook 4* m Page
58, containing .14 acres m 1 of
th.- publii r.coids of l>ude Coun-
ty. Florida
FRANK MOTON and Wife R08E
USE MOTON Residence unknown
TRACT K
l.ot :_' Block S. Hampton Park
according to the i'lat thereof
recorded In I'lat Hook 4X, nt naire
58, ontaining 'J! an cf m 1 of the
public records of I>ade County. Fla
ROBERT RUSSELL and if married
RUSSELL, his wife 20S- Fifth
Avenue Nea fork, x.w York.
TRArrr M
l.ot 11. Block 8, LINCOLN CITY
BEC il. according to the Plal there-
of; recorded in Plat Kook 46 at
page ss. containing 1 seres m'l
of the public records of Dade
en. Fla
EMANUEL CLARK and wife MARY
CI-ARK residents unknown.
TRACT N
Lot 14, Block 7s 1.111. oln CltJ
H, a.. ordlng to the plat thereofi
recorded In Plal Bo K Pagsi
91. containing 17 a. res m 1 of the
public records al Dads Ct*.
Fluida. ,
ROBERT ADAMS and if married]
A] 'A.Ms. It if' .....deuce
unknown
TRACT P
South 46 of North 1"" feet I I I,
:,,,,i ,, hi. i ." i.. t of i ol less
five feel strip In L't as per
Deed i.....k 341 al page B
90, M'AMI NORTH according to
th,- plat thereofrecorded In plat
hook B, al pagt i of the public
records of Dade County, I l irlda
HERMAN .AS IK" RWR'OUEZ,
and if married RObRIOI E2
his Wife San Antonio No. Apt i
Havana Cuba
TRACTQ
],.t 14. Block 39, PINE TREE
Park l-t ADDN i.....rdlt tn the
Plal then of, rt i-ordi d In I" il i'"",k
4f, at pagi 75, talnlng If actei
n, |, ,.f ii,. publii records f Dade
cuiitv. Fli i ,
THOMAS LEWIS and wife PEARIi
I ,i:\\ IS, i sldi ii kno n
TR \' '' H
Lot 7. Block I, R' os< v.-li IT
BITES, to Hie riat
thereof; rec rdi rt In I" Book
44 at page 35, S< T n-
ship -.7 Sou'h I: nge 3 Eat
taining 13 ai re* m l of tl"- public
i. i a
TIP-mas I'M'i'Kl: and married
, ', IPER, I Is W Ifl III sldi ni a .now u
TRAi
I.ot 36, HI'" k 1. I. \M PHS
Al '1 IN Tl l GOULDS,
to tic pla! thereol i.....> d
in I'l.u Book i pagi the
1'ui.i Re. "Is f Dade >'i>.
Florida
ANNIE MAE HARRIS, I id if mar-
ried ii I RJUS, hi r buam ad.
residence unknown
TRACT T
Lol in Block 3. SOUTH PERRINE
ac. '. IR1 lING to the l ereof
;,~ re. orded In Plat Bo >k '- al
pagi of thi i ubllc re rd of
1 tade '' iunt} Fla
MARGARET M THUMA, an I If mar-
ried THUMA, h.r husband,
.. nee unknow n
TR \. T V
West ''-I'- ft of Eaal ft of
u 1...I "; Bio k -.1 .- EET-
WATER GROVES g to
the plal thereol lo thi plal re ord-
ed in Plal Book t pal
..,. ... m I of tn. pu-
blic red rds i Dade I Ut U
Florid.'
BARCi '".' PI IES, IM ;' >1'-
aolvi 'l Flot Ida corp.,
. M T V
Lot ll. BI. VICTi IR1 \ IAR-
I 'ENS g to th* plal i '.
as ri
Pag. i tl,. pu i |a uf
Had. Cty. Floridi
LEWIS \\|.|.i:>. \ il if mar-
rled ... I 'i IllSi '\
TItAC r i\
>l SW ,\ i. of the
m: .: SW',, t
ii plat iher. i ..- ". it.
and North r and !- leg at
,<\\ i s'ortl : :'
fl South !. I" mli
M P.o.B less
Si in!. T hip
. i nl ii publii -----ids
ol I iad< Cty, 1 >.i
HARi '11' i. MILLER I wife
FRIEDA MIL1 ll:. i an
1 II ,i T V
NW ', of SW, of -Hi, s. tins
hip irli Ra g. 7
i -' ac-
cord 1 ii( I the
Dade t >unty,
i
^"; < \|. EACH IF Yl III are
h.r. bj : oil fied tha t a col I I ..*
been I rs by
the I'laiot .ii 'ii al styled
i In thi a in i h nd for
I lad. Cou tj Fl. .!. i pui i..
"f qu eting tltli io ti,. | ii,.
i r and >c>u are hei ebj ra-
qult ..it'' .. : nsw-
at-
lorn, y, HERMAN IHEN ESQ ,
1310-11 <' Miami, I
Ada i 2 and f.l. the orlg w-
Clerk of the above styled url on
or before the nth day of February
1971 If you fall i i .....It t. nit
Judgment will tx entered yon
for th. reliei d< mt l In l om-
platnl
DATED al Mil ml, Fk>! Id i bl Gth
.lav of Janus
E H LEATHERMAN
i 'lerk, i 'In u;i i *our:
By: MARGUERITE KENT
i I'uty Clerk
i 1-13 r:--29
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-4194
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
(FRANK B DOWLINC/
I' RE Estate oi
MAX BHARP
Deci aaed
To All Creditors and All Pi r- m> Raw-
ing < 'laima or L. in., \ s.inl
!: 'ate;
I ii are herebj fled and re-
qulred to preaenl ..> claims and de-
manai which \"u c.,. imu ivainsc
the estate "f Max BH \ ;i- de-
ceased late or Dade County,
Florida, to th. Count) Judges .< I iade
County, and file thi same In .tu->ii.'aia
and as provided In Sectlm 733.lt.
Florida Statutes, In Hi. in
the Count) Cout ihotuu In D I. i ioun-
ty. Florida, wlthr.t sis ilendar
months from the time ,.f ,
publii atlun hei oof Th, wpj
lie I,at I. d
Dated at Miami. | d IJth
dav Oi JantM r) A.D 1971
JACOB SHARP
A- Administrator
First publication of tin- i dice on
the 16th da] of Janu
WALI ACE N mai-II '
405 ftlscaj n.- Hniiiiii.|{
Miami. Fla 331341
Attorney f,,r Administrator
,_____ I lS--t ?'5
Nl
th
bual
TV.
Ilif,
said
cult
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
?TICK IS HEREBY C.IVKN ihat
undersigned, derirtog t.. engage in
under th. fictitious .,m. ,,f
st-.MANAi at Congraaa Hulld-
-Miaml. Fla o.'.nd io register
name with Ih. Clerk of the. Ctr-
. ourl o| Dade C. unty, Flora),.
HAUL R ,' |\ \ ,., ; '
JOSE (JA.MAI.U i JL :.f.
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I
Friday, January 22, 1971
+fmlsf) [kridRnn
Page 11-2
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAl NO i ICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
XOT1CH IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tin undfbtned, deatrliii to engage
i'. business under the fictitious name
of CREATTVB PACKAGING, INC .
S" ',' vv Eighth Btreet, Miami, Florida
intend to ri fleter said name with the
... the Cln tin Court of Dade
Cou Florida
At I EN FIFCHER
CHARLES BVBHBTT
,(, V \ t> *Y-t( i.\s
\V.\i KB K MACKOUL
> t- ''.......i at ion / ..
!>" i\ National Rank limM
Miami, Florida 33UO
1 I -
NOTI'CE UWOFR
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
I. : 111 RKliY OIVKN

"
i un |e ligll '. .l-s.ri."i: Hi nil
Js'i untlei she flcl
I i t:.;, \ -,i; i:\nr vi |-iv,\ XCE .,
7 ,\ i-' .,i lei Sit'. VI i .
: 't ten d In -.:.
i of the l 'li i illl C m
I i
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notice by publication
in the circuit court of ti'e
eleventh judicial circuit
of florida, in and f
dad! co '.tv. in chancery
NO /'1--
sun FOR DIVOr.CE
\ l:i;.N I IP 'MPS' IN,
mil,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEUKm GIVEN lhal
the undei n:ii,.j deefrlni i.....,. .--
1 under tbe flei.....u- i .
TOCHIST IIAZETTB at P.O Box
:"':. .<:: tml Fla lend ti n
: 'i name Ith the Clerk "
"it Circuit Court Dade County,
Florida
'EI.ESTlNi I : IIPRZ
JOSE LOPEZ
i i-s i:
NOi ILL BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOP DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No 7f]-r:r.j.......
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
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;tl Street Mian I
Final Anawei oi P
I, the ofl i be i 'l< rk ol
i t'ourl "! or 1*1
Fi i,i ii. ry, 1971 if > >u
ii- by default nil
, nat you i thi rellel de-
[h. Rill of Cmii
. hull I"- puhlli hi d
HE JEWISH FU>RIDIAN
DONE VND iHDBRBD Bl Ml 'mi.
i .i daj of I '"''
K || | EATHERMAN, lerk.
lit i art 1 le Count] I
I ... ,' COPB1 .AND
I.....ut) Clark
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Northwei 7th Bin I
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LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-4198
In RE BaUt" il
MORRIS ROTH
D,, eaai d
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To VII Cred Ion and VII Personi H
I i Claims or Demands Against Said
l.
You are 'lereby notified and requir-
ed i" prest-nl any cla m and demand*
v hi li j u may In .. aa-ainat 11
late ..( Ml IRRIS Rl >TH de< it ed late
A I '.nl.' i 'ount) I'i. i i'';t. t If Judai'F ol Dade i'ijuihv'. and flje
Ihe nr- ,: duplli
"i s.-. i B, Elm Ida Statutea, In
'their I he Con Cou
in I i.i... ,i i orl la, will x
ii me "f
ii.. iir--' publication hereof, or the
i".. ill In i
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if Di mh i .
MOIJ IE I MTU
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FICTITI 31 i NAME L AW
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LEGXI NOVICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO. 71-288
NOTICE OF SUIT FOR
ADOPTION
IN RE Al" IPTION OF
LARRY JACK KK1.I BY
B^ PAl'L I li' R" IFF
T" I ARRY iBKAl D KEI.I.l'.V
, o Pnilllp Kelley
:.,i sou h Monmoutl
vor i i ;:''.
ii-.. ii, ri i -. itil ii 'i i ii' it Pi '"" for
wl ii > abovi
I i nil > ii are t tiult -
,.,| |,. v, i *. ., ,\ ol > ui A i
. t,, the Pel '"ti""
.,,, ill., i" ntifl Bttoi Rl 'N \l I"
I. HAVIH ESQ i I Huibl
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file tii.....ii liial Al
in il.......
cull Court r before I
of Februat
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LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-43*9
NOTICE TO CHRDITORS
ii: i... lai.....
ALEX V.NDEl! .- BNAl'KK
I .. i-.'l
T" All '" -'lit". and All P n -
In un :. ;- \_ -
Batati
V ..u .,' hcreb] not if led and i -
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" IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA
NO. 71821
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
R M'l. DIAZ,
vs.
I'lallltiff. ,
II w.'A IRIS ABIGAIL DIAZ,
I lefendant .....,
TO I.DAN'A IRIS Ar.l'-.All. DIAZ
Uuadalupe So II
Mansnnlllo, l>rletite. uba
YOU ARE HEREBY notified thai
;, "' .implaint '"" DIvorci ha* '
, HKainal you, and you are hen
i required '. aar*e > P) Vur :
.,.,, ..- ..iii.i pleading to ti" om- ,
i ... the PlalntlfTa attorne-i
ITBR R" '1ESRS. whoa* addrea la
i N W 17th Av. ji Miami. F
file the "i final with
......f '!" above atyb 1 < "irt,
.,, before I I "il dn) Fn
nr ., D fault will be I
I vou
~ i> vtjed 'i "' '''
1- 11 I i:a-'. HERM VN
, ". .... '.i '..ui i
I is C QOODM VN
IN THE COUNTY JUDCES COURT
IN AND FOR DAT'E COUNTY.
r LORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-4 15-B
FRANK B. DCWLING
It RE K
Mi IRRIS SiEOEl,
IM'll
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
VII I',
i Del Inst S.u.i
You ri hercb; tifie'l I requir-
ed prenenl and de-
mand hl< h you may I ilncl
MORRIS .- EOEE di
, ol Dad. County, Florida. ,
to the Count} -Ki'li" Cou
and file thi name In dupiu an and an
I .,..,. I in .-. ti. l lorida
ui ,in thi !':' the I tfnty .
Courthouee i" Hade County, Plorida,
> within .-"\ calemlar mnntha from the |
NIT ICE OF
WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE
M "TICE IS HEREIN 'ii\ EN II
by '
, VVan -
1 ,,u., m in ltd AVarel Reel Ipti
IBE VAN UI
. ., f Iti i'.ii'- -
!,,.... | i. ii., in li on thi
I mi; .1. ribed '
I -. .1 ll.'ll-'
, i MISS ACDRKY v. VI KER, whose
addn i -'n
a ., i i...
nfFebru
I .",, 'in-
between 11
.....i the al en
\ i Miami, F i
m raiRned ahall offei
t hiKhi -i bidder f eaah
i s. ,!. icrlbi "I pn
ACDREY v. VI KER.
I mted .' Miami. 1 oi idn,
i January, 1971.
NOTICE BY DUPLICATION
IN THE CIHCUiT COURT OF THE
ELEVEN!., JUDICIAu C!PC' '
OF Fl i-'TCA 'N AND FOR DAUE
COI !v IN CHANCERY
No 71-19
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
I I. .
Plaii
HENRY" I '
T" >: Mr. Hi m
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITI' f l A V.'
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Florida Inl -
with '
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I. to
n i hand MISS
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this
time "f the flral publleatlou
or Iho Mimi will hi burred.
Dai,,: .,i M ami, Pi. Id i
da] "i I'-..-"ih.-i. ad
MORTl IN Mil.stein
a.- i:\. .ir.. t
PR at publii atli n "f thia m
the i-' day "t January. l"I.
KVYITNi:'! A KROOP
Attorn*] for Batata
4:'" Uni-oln Road
Miami ii. b, Flo. ...
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICU IS HEREHY 'll\ EN '
leKirina to rntraB* IM
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Fla, In-
the
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i-i st! Vp Miami,
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, Df thi Clrcu I ourt
County, Fl
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NOTICE UNDER
FirTiT'OUS Nvr A.V
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NOT.CE QF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIOA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-T3366
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
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FLORIDA IN PROBATE
NO. 70-443
(FRANK B DOWLING1
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No. 70-4617
JOHN R. BLAf.'TON
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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IN TH6 CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
L.EVEN-H JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
O- Fl URIOA IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY.
NO. 70-^3424
COMPLAINT FOR
DECLARATORY JUDGMENT
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On en Condominium
1 avcordlng "" the Declaration thereof
' r.u.,1 Amil 7 1970, In offl.-ial
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i Rec"rd of Dafte County, ''"L,1'1.' .
You HARRY GOLDSTEIN *
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NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDIC I AL Cl RCU T
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY CIVIL ACTION
C*SE NO. 70-23073
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
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ELLIS COOPER V H*X0
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IN THE COUNTY JI.OGE'S
COJRT IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. FLORIOA IN PHOBA".
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
E" EVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 71-425
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
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(he offi......f th.- Clerk of the Circuit
-,.urt on or bafor* the 1st day "I
1-Vhruary. 1971. If you fall Bo fto .
juilKOT'iil by default will be t.-iketi
galnat you for the relief demanded
in the Rill of Complaint
This notice khall be publlnhed onee
,.., h week for four iiinnet-Utlve w,"K-
In THE JEWISH FUrRIDIAN.
IK>NE AND ORDERED i" Mhimi
l'lorlda thin 24th day "f D--ember
A D. 197 n
K 11 IJ5ATHBRMAN. Ch'k
Circuit Curl, Dade County. Florida
R] : C P OOPB1.AND
Pvputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
BPmONSON UTMAN
ill Alnsley HuUdlna
MIUBl. Florida U132
Atwrnay. for Plaintiff ,.,..
11.ui.- cuiity.
dunllrati ." o
7.;:i I"',. I lorida
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l.;,.l.. County, Fl..i -
endar months front
the County Judges of
and file tin- same In
us provided hi s, l on
Statutes, i" their
tv c.urthuuse in
Ida, within sU "
the time < th- first publication here-
of, or the same wrl!l bo barred.
Dated al Miami, Florida, this i.th
,|;,V Of I'".'.'"'.!'.'. A D '",''',,., ,. Ml
KURT WKU.lscll and PBJJJW
FIRST NATIONAL HANK Or
MIAMI SHORES
As Co-Executors
First publication of this notice on
Ihe 1st dnv of January, 1971.
K1RT WBLLISCH
Attorney for Bslate of Clotllde
riHrothwohl. Ueceaaed.
167 Aimeria Avenue.
Coral Gable*. Florida M'",^..,,;.
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Stan aimlnat >" ''/ ."" rh\' '''
Sanded In the BH of Comptalnt.
This notice shall he published onci
e.cl, week for four POItaeCUtltr. weeks
TiK JKWI8H FM.ini'iA.N
| 1M..NE and ORDBREp at Miami,
FTorida, this tth da} of January ad.
'1U71 E. R. l.r.ATIIKUMAN. I'l.ik
ClroMll c..ur.. D...I.. Cetn Morida
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Deputy Clerk
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OOI.DSTEIN. FRANKLIN,
cii'iNl.N *; SCHRANK
2020 f*orth**t lbSrd Street
North Miami Reach. Florida 3311..
Atiormyya tor-Plaintiff 1/g.15.22.M
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Miami, Florida 33123
Attorneys foi Plaintifl
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-4714FRANK B. DOWLING
In RE: Batata of
MICHAEL MATSi iN ii k n
MICHAEL s MATSON
""NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hai
ini; Claims or Demands Against Bald
Estate:
You are hereby notified and n
ed to present urn .hum- and demands
whi.h you m:iy have against the es-
tate of MICHAEL MATSON '1..-.-...-
e,i late "f Deide County, Florida, t"
the County Judgen of Dade Comitv,
and file the satne in duplicate and as
pr. vnlc.l in Set li"" JUS l. Flotilla
Statutes, In their offices hi thi Coun-
iv Courthouse in LsBfjj, County, Flo.
rlda within sis calenuar months from
the time "f th. first publication here-
of or the same will be ban.-.I
Dated .ii Miami. Florida, this J4Ul
i December. A.D, 197.
FU'UEN' i: MATSON
v~ Bxecutrls
First publication of this notloe i n
the Mh day Of December. 197".
SPARSER, /EMEU ROSKTN AND
HEHJJRONNBR
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Attorneys for Executrix
inn N. Btscayne Blvd.,
Miami. Fla- 33112
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
No. 71-9
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
I IBIE Till 'MAS. JK ,
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ADDIB I'l'.l.l. TH"M VS.
i lefendant
TI ADDIB BELL THOMAS
2012 l.esi. Street
l.. n..it. Michigan
Y" IP ARE HEREBY notlfli d II
a Complaint for Divorce has bci
fib .1 acuiust you. and you "
h] required In serve a cp> yoi
answer or other piendim: the Con
plalnl ..ii the Plaintiff's a
LESTER ROOBR8, whoai addres
|v 1 1,1 N W 17th Ave'.ll Minn
Florida S31K, and file the orinina
with tin- Clark n the i hoy. styl.
Court on or before the Hth 'lav '
February. 1971 or a Default "ill h
. in. re.I against you
DATED ibis 4lh day Of .lanuai. ,
E. R. I.KATHERMAN
Clerk of Circuit ""ourt
By C. P. COl'El.AND



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