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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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English
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
January 29, 1971

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
January 29, 1971

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
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AA00010090:02191

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Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
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Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County
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Preceded by:
Jewish unity
Preceded by:
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Succeeded by:
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"Jewish Floridi
Combining THE JEWISH UNI1Y and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 44 Number 5
Miami, Florida Friday. January 29, 1971
Two Sections -- Pr;r- .
News Briefs

l.S. Military IH*fatorKlii| Plamu'd
PALM BEACH Libert} Lobby, a Washington-bas d i :
i. ization, has begun a fund-raisii npa I inance a
rtt 1 ng-rangi plan for a right-wing military d i1 i ship ii I
I"i Si B ian n H Epstein, national director of the Anti-
ID Famai in u? ol B*n I B'rith has disclosed. The Lobby, char-
1 as a right l pressure *rnup with nember-
. i ind snppoi't, Buccei led In raising large stuns of money for
i i in election campaigns in 1968 and 1970, At a top securit)
meeting Nov. -'-' in New York, the plan labelled "Operation Sur-
vival.' was ipelled out by Roberi M. Kartell. Liberty Lobby's Bpe-
c l project coordinator, who told the selected guests that Liiierty
Lobby is already in the process of surveying the Army to develop
friends and contended th.it a right-wing military dictatorship is
i.,,-., -i save the tuntrj from takeover by Communist and
radii al k I elements.
1DL Announces Boycott
NEW YORK IWNSi Rabbi Men- Kahane, national chairman
nf the Jewish Defense League, has announced that his organization
will boycott American companies doing business with the Soviet
Cninn and will conduct "non-vio!"iit actions" against organizations
engaged in cultural exchange programs with the USSR. Earlier,
he had announced an "indefinite moratorium" on harassment of
Soviet officials and their families because 'contacts' in the govern-
ment and American Jewish organizations had assured him that JDL
had made its point.
rompufor Experts To Moot
IERUSALEM (WNSl Computer experts from everj
nent will attend the Jerusalem Conference on Information T..
ogy here Aug. 16-20. The conference, to be headed by Pn
I'm: n of the University of California, will se k ways of putting the
tronic maehii Into the servio ol developing countries. It is
hoped th i rcsul th. < inference, Israel's computer abilitj ivill
known throughout the world. The first Isra "11 computi is
built at the Wi ai Institute of Science 15 yean igo. Today two
I ... imrfactun I ind comp rnent syst. ms a;; I
an itl mps '
Rosenwassor Still Captivo
.!. AVIV iJTA i ivasser, a 50-j I 'h-
Mel Israel's
irder I> I. 19< I tivity. Last fi\
to his family, v v lives in a
vi'.)age H Israel's Red Ma i
i th International Red Cross
i ttcr<, writl i I
. ..,,.-, del x- I al thi s ime tin* The Jew sh
phii Agenc; learn, i Rosenwasser has received letters
family.
Ambassador Kitlnap Target?
JERUSALEM IJTA' I- tel's ambassador to Brsail, Yitzh
Ilarkat i, was given unua tal s< curlty coverage at the Rio de Janeiro
airport last week because it was suspected he was one of the kid-
n tplng tar* ts of the Brazilian underground, the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency has learned. He flew here with his family to avoid the
possibility of abduction, Similar action was taken by the Dutch
ambassador, who left Incognito. The Brazilian terrorists have been
encouraaed bv their success in obtaining the release of some 70 of
their fellows in return for the life of Swiss Ambassador Giovanni
Enrico Bucher. It was expected they would attempt additional kid-
naping*, and Harkavj was believed to be high on their list.
Il'nai B'rith Women Convene
WASHINGTON D.C. Some 700 Women delegates, volun-
teers from the United States. Canada, Israel, South America and
Europe, will convene here in the nations capital Feb. 14-1. for top
level decision making at their International Triennial Ce.nvent.on
and 75th Anniversary. The them.- of the convention will bo Invita-
tion to Greatness" and the emphasis will ho on the role and re-
sponsibUity of women m today's world. The convention will open
Sunday evening with keynoter Rita Hauser, US. ftepresent
on the United Nations Commission on Human Rights, addressing
the wo-,,,, on "The Prospects for Human Rights in the World
Today."
Supromo Court To Review Case
WASHINGTON OTA' The United States Supreme Court
has agreed to review the question of whether an employer can dls-
i .,. rker who refuses to work on a cert .In das or at certain
times because to do so would violate his religious P**;
case under review, Dewej vs. Reynolds Metal Co., h"-** bj
the National Jewish Commission on Law and Public Affairs
(COLPA). The brief requesting the Supreme Court to review the
lower court's decision was written by Nathan Lew.,
ton. DC. vice president ol COLPA, who will r ''
of the eas,. before the Supreme C turt.
Jarring To Initiate
Cease-Fire Extension
By Special Report
UNITED NATH >NS. N.Y.
According to authoritative dlp-
I matic sources here, the U.N.'s
Middle East peace mediator, Dr.
Dr. William A. Wexler, presi-
dent of B'nai B'rith, has been
reelected to a second one-year
term as chairman ot the Con-
ference of Presidents of Major
American Jewish Organizations.
The Conference, comprised of
25 national J ewi'-h organiza-
tions, is a coalition agency
which acts cooperatively on
matters afffecting the security
and wellbing cf Jew 3 through-
cut the world.
Problem Posed In
So. Africa Schools
By Officials' Edict
JOHANNl SI iURG U 1 'A
,i... nt i in C ipe Province
h e e been n Ivia 1 bj commun-
itj I. aders t i invoke th. ir righl
to request that their be
, .. i- mI fron Set ipture less ns
the stats s rlt ols wh ch h ive
just been revised by official e licl
so as to Implant Christian doc-
trinal teachings.
Scripture lessons have always
been part of the state school cur-
riculum, but in the past have
covered the Old and New Tes-
t tments in a broad and general
way. A new regulation provides
that the lessons shall henceforth
"prepare the pupil ... to accept
Jesus Christ as his personal
Savior."
A deputation of the South
African Jewish Board of Depu-
ties, headed bv Sydney Walt.
brought the matter to the atten-
tion of S. Theron. Director of
Education at Cape Province.
They pointed out that the new
approach to religious Instruction
presents a serious problem in
regard lo Jewish children being
exposed to such instruction." and
noted that "teaching of this na-
ture, however satisfactory from
B Christian point of view, could
not he acceptable to an adherent
of Judaism."
The Jewish Telegraphic Agen-
cv learned that the deputation
was received sympath "ticallv.
The Board s ild it felt it w
dutj to Inform Jewish parents
of the new syllabus and advise
th. m to Inv >ke their
to reauest <'' th i i chll It
excus. I and Thcroi -
n. objection.
Gunnar V. Jarring, v ill ii I il
mow s to e\t. nd the ci aa
11 yond the Feb. 5 expiral ion
date in \ lew i i Israi I's 11 ply
this week to the latest Egyptian
note.
It was revealed that the new
note dratted by Premier Golda
Meir and Foreign Minister Abba
Kban contains the word "with-
drawal" and Ls intended to re-
fute Egypt's contention that
Israel refuses to accept the prin-
ciple of withdrawal and is bent
on expansion.
The new Israeli note is said to
seek clarification on several
points. One cf the main items
they want spelled out is Egypt's
offer of freedom of navigation
through international waterways
an area where Israel has had
much trouble in the past.
The Israeli government re-
portedly is unhappy about the
I nhlleltj given < aim's most re-
cent proposals, and will insist on
"quiet diploma**?"meaning no
leaks to news media of the t*OU-
tents ot notes exchanged in the
Jarring tains.
While Egyi t's n ply w s not
coi siden d si IIsfactory '
avoided replying to the prlnclp il
clauses in the Israeli note' tl
government will continue to par-
sue a peace s. til, mi nt tin
the Jarring machinery, infoi
sources said.
Dr. Jarring is now said to be
actively trying to promoti
agreement. He is expected I i
make a progri ss report to U.N.
Secretary-General U Thant, who
presumably will forward it to
the Securit;, Council and ask for
the ceasefire extl nsion.
It has been learned that h-
Continud on P*.'/< 9-A
Record Budget Adopted By
ORT At Annual Conference
NEW YORK IJTAi A rec-
i.;.i of $21,840,000 w w
,. i :> the American ORT
.-. at ;- 19th n
inference here in i
porl if si pped-up prog, im of
lid and educat
and \ m- lion il sen ;". s in I
Jewish communitii '
ami
Dr. Willi im Hal wh i
reelected president, dc
th mi- sum -.v s nee Ic l to
. ssential n ic. I i
than 60,000 persons dur-
:i: 1971. The record figu e
I rove I by more than 600 com. i -
tes, was $2 million
more than last year and h
used pi imarily for exp insion in
Israel pnd for ORT facilities in
Iran, France, India and Latin
America.
(.en. Ratal Herrog. president
ef ORT Israel, announced that
the country's network of more
than '"> ORT flvhnieal high
schools had agreed to enlarge
enrollment i>> >' l**t 1.000
more students in the nevl few
years.
A c >m
to prividi x
youth in V\ -' B nl
in Gazj ivill be i si
I j OUT a: lie
Mil str> of I. b >r an
bj ih I- 'a. '
was u
Aral' youth in East J.
-
enlari
The del. it. pproved i ns
to establish, jointly w I
! [. br w Ui h 'i sitj. i '
technical in Jerus i
and the ci it on of at Ii
other technlc il colleges In Is
as well as a new school for gli Is
of the Jewish community in
bay, India, a computer InstltUt
for the Jewish youth of Buen is
Aires and higher level studies at
the ORT schools in Morocco and
France.

'Jewish Survival Legion'
To Stay Within The Law
NEW YORK (JTA) Several
thousand persons, disturbed by
the militant tactics employed
by the Jewish Defense League,
have formed a new organization
called the "Jewish Survival Le-
gion" which is dedicated to the
solution of problems attacked
by the JDL, "within the frame-
work of the law."
The four main problems the
JSL Will I e concerned with, Be-
ing to one of its founders.
Allan Mallenbaum, are the pro-
tection of Jewish life and prop-
erty iii urban areas, aiding So-
viet J w ry, supporting Israel,
and reversing the identity crisis
facing alienated Jewish youth.
Mi Mi llenbaum is i
number of JDL leaders who re-
signed In the wake of violence
attributed to the JDL organiza-
tion, and he predicts that many
more resignations can be ex-
p. cted, but he also declared that
Ids group would not attempt to
undermined JDL's influence.
The "least forceful methods
tsary to accomplish each ol
its objectives will be used." Mr.
Mallenbaum declared, explaining
that this means acting within
the established framework of
the government and using politi-
cal, legal, economic, educal i
and defensive measures act
ing to the requirements
situation and in COOpei
with both Jewish and
Jewish groups,


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Friday. January 29. 197]
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UJA AdvisoryComieil
Supports 100 Pet. Plan
Rabbi Solomon Schiff, director ol pwatoly requite," Rabbi -
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-J lid. "We are convinced thai
n Community Cti iplaincy Serv- ence and faith in the possibilities
. ,,','. | resident of if u>ih human nature Itself and
k R Association o the politlci! process can yield
i iter Miami, was among 39 peace with justice and dignity tor
- ting the
tbbinic <\ groups in the
t.'nited States at the recent United
vish Appeal R Advta-
> Council's innual meeting held
i' >ston
the people f the Middle K ,
In Greater Miami, the UJA <>f-
forta which are reaponsible for
lining extensive programs
For i le rest ttlement >: .'< wish Im-
migrants in Israel, aiding the,
chr inically ill and handicapped'
Jssm in 30 natJem and providing
for trat ip n tatton <>f "Pi1 es
Jews For ''it ir resettlement in free.
nations other th in Israel are
sponsored through the Greater Mi-
imi Jewish Federation's 1871 C >m-
limed Jewish Appeal-Israel Emerg-
ency Fund campaign.
Tli.- repi sentat supp >rted a
soiutioi I -" ibu-
lo the wish Appeal
- .i pr site I
bershi >. Comn this
100 i Rabbi Schifl
[t is i an
in th<
F the sym *1th I \-
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ties on 1
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Israel S
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Among ihe distinguished rabbis attending the United Jew-
peal's Advisory Council's annual msetir.g were,
Rabb Friedman, executive chairmen,
-h Appeal; Rabbi Dudley Weinberg, chairman
ol ;he UJA Rabbinical :!. and Rabbi Solo-
a Schiif, directoi ol -he 3- .-.-?: Miami Jewish Federa-
tion's Community Chaplaincy Service and executive vice
preside:-.! c! the Rabbinical Association ol Greater Mk
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U-M Dean Named
For Abess Award
Page 3-A
Pr. M. RSBert Allen, Dean of.
Continuing Education and I'm-
fcesor Education at the I'ni-
\oisitv Tif Miami, will !* the re-
cipient of the 1971 Leonard L.
Ahc;s Human Relations Award,
William M. Alp.'i-. chairman ol
tin- Florida Regional Board of the
Antl-Defam it ion League of B'nai
IVrith lias announced.
Ths Award is given annually to
publicly recognize the efforts made
by an inrtivirhnl for furthering the
goal of better human relations and
contributing substantially to the!
uvll being of the citizens of the,
state of Florida.
The presentation of the award
will be made at a luncheon in the
Dupoirl Plaza Hotel Sunday. Feb.
:>*, which will he highlighted by
the annual meeting of the Florida
al Board of the Ant -1 > fa
mation Leag I
B iii-l. in, .'hauman ol
the Awa I Committee, declared
"In naming Dr. Allen, we an
recognizing the significant con-
tributions he has made toward
improving intergrourj relations ii
our area. His interest in improv-
ing the quality of life in our ur-
ban areas has been manifested Ir
exemplary leadership on task
forces and committees in the fields
of human rotations, education and
employment."
Dr. Allen is currently serving
as interim chairman of a special
bi-raeial committee recently ap-
pointed by the Southern District
Court to review Dade County
Schools' desegregation plans.
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it a SI.000 research grant In the
field of human relations in honor
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Miami philanthropist Leonard L.
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Number 5
3 SHEVAT 5731
Significance !n What Wasn't Said
Optimistically, the publication of Israel and Egvp'.ian
positions a! the beginning of the latest pha=e of the peace
talks is significant in what they didn't say, in the opinion
of diplomats who read these documents with the sort of
practiced eye the public does not have. No mention was
made by the Egyptians, for instance, of the Feb. 5 cease-
fire expiration date, nor was the threatened call for an
immediate Security Council meeting.
There was a diplomatic implication in the Israeli
statement that not only Israel's future boundaries but also
the lines held by its armed forces were open for negotia-
tions no territorial claims, such as the Golan Heights,
Jorusalem. Sinai Gnd other key points, were made in the
document.
Although both sides publicly discounted what the
other saidthe basic differences seem to remainin the
world of international diplomacy the feeling was expressed
by U Thant as "cautious optimism." It is hoped that, for
one time at least on the Middle East guestion, the UN's
Secretary General is right.
Visits More Than Mere Campaigning
One would hardly expect a liberal Democrat and an
avowed candidate for President of the United States to
return from what i now a customary trip to Israel to speak
in anything but glowing terms of the Jewish state.
But Sen. Edmund Muskie's recent vi-it, and these yet
to be made by the impressive lineup of Democratic hope-
fuls, should net be seen as mere campaigning. In a verv
real sense, (aside from the practical politics involved) these
trips will deepen the American understanding of Israel's
problems and, conversely, should provide the Israeli leader-
ship with a better knowledge oi tiie attitudes of American
leaders and people.
Granted Sen. Muskie's record of Kendshio and sun-
port for Israel, his first-hand inspection of that rer^cn-kab'e
country is certain to strengthen his conviction*. Not only
the material evidence of a peop'e determined to create a
self-sufficient economy but the spiritual evidence of the
areat desire for peace impresses the most objective visitor.
The man from Maine has noted the concern of the peoole
that their children, despite the drawn-out war and crisis,
should not learn hatred, and this is one of th<* areat
motivations of life and education in that little Middle East-
ern state.
The American Senator verv properly c'.so visited
Cairo, Moscow and West Germanv, since peace in the
Middle East depends on the attitudes and desires of na-
tions ether than those directly involved in the Middle
East conflict.
Need's Still Greater Than Facilities
Another sian cf Greater Miami's coming of age is the
increafina number of sianificant anniversaries which are
being noted. The Jewish Home for the Aged (Douglas
Gardens) is now preoarina to observe its Silver Anniver-
sary, and it is one in which the entire community may
take pride.
From i!s modest beginning of 33 beds in 1946, the
"Home new provides a un:ai>e concept in community
livina for 222 senior citizens. Unfortunately, it has a wait-
ing list that i= even larger. The fact that the need is
areater than its present capacity to provide for all who
should be served does not take awav from the record
this Federation agency has established in its 25 years of
existence.
MATTER OF FACT
by JOSEPH
ALSOP
WASHINGTON Th il fotn-
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State l' pa'' :" ::l- spouting
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Comment
Rabbi Arthur I' 'i b g, who
deals with the problem on an
international scale, believes that
Jews of this generation are pre-
lis| 'i.i'il not io know what anti-
Semitism is ill about, in his
opinion, we comfort ourselves
by lying to on. selvi s
His recent lecture here pro-
vided many sobering thoughts
for those who were present.
While it was a scholarly presen-
tation, it was exciting both in
delivery and implication for Jews
concerned with what seems to
bo a rise in the phenomenon ol
anti-Semitism. Dr Hertzberg,
whose l*>ok. 'The French En-
tenment and the Jews." is
a definitive study of the issu ,
destroyed a good many myths
ibout the causes of anti-Semi-
tism.
ONE OF THESE is that the
roots of the evil are in Chris-
tianity when. ;is a mailer of
recor'.. this has ne> r been the
case except in medieval times
i- 'I ended with the dissipation
of religious influence in the lal i
l.S'h century.
Hitler, Dr. Hertzberg pointed
didn't kill the Jew s bee*us <
they killed Christ he couldn't
i tared I As a matter of
' Alfred Ro*enberg, the Nazi
theoretician, leclared that one
Jews were being
- that "they foisted the
Je>- Christ on us "
I UK RUSSIAN show '
.tv n >t Christian reasons for
< "'ion. and il is not
the Pope but Pndsurny and Sa-
'it who u>|f 1,, ,|, *tr IV the Jew.
From Rabbi Hertzberg's point of
view, ilv endeavor to overcome
t "-..-I > w Ith J : ; I
n e:. Th '''< ) ol Syi i
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MRS. MEIR told li
in i id that Israel h i i to I
what kind ol i- ace might li
It >uld
whal to no in grd t to get p
F ii instance, one of Israel's i -
emi nts. perhaps Its biggi st
nt i to I ft with
d fensible fronl ii
Bui one kind ol i. i itler
be defen< I dnst the Eg>| -
i i.i' s lone I
withdrawal to th it
the Egyptians were, in fa -
alone; wherej*s q ill si it
kind of frontier would be net d-
.-I ior lie fens against the I
tians, with the "unlimited" S
viel ba king the> m
v. ith Russ in s >l Her and
t'v
s! s, as is now the c i
Continueo on Pa 12A
by EDWARD COHEN
nnti-S : itism by edui
Chi ist. ins aw ij fr >m I u i me-
dieval pan is the wrong ap-
proach. So Is the attempt to be
less Galltzlaner" through ic-
i 'Itmal'on: there are delusions
which don't fit the facts.
According to Dr Hertzberg,
we were sold the bill of goods
that il we made ourselves over
"thev"woyld likens better, Hav-
ing done ail th. s" things, h I e-
livecs, "thev" like us even less.
"We have learned to live like a
'goy' With other Jews." he said.
i ii .ri" the ri action to Jew Ish
i phi avoi i i" assimilate or accul-
turate:
"We became d icto1 s and had
to build Jewish hospitals to ac-
commodate. We became golfers
:ii I had to Ivuld our own C
try clubs, We were meek but
when Israel produced th
. v i wi re labelled ruthl ss."
FOB THIS scho'ir, hatn
.- se darizc I n il
: ii blem ind st nu-
! ited more bj intel'i ctuals I n
Ile tract d ih notorio'is
ian pogroms of 1KX2 to the
intelligi ntsia, cited the fact that
Germany's professors continued
to work foi Hitler, and held that
th Am i'.. !'. c die ;e quol sj --
Of I he '20'S and '30'i
rot lei Ml.
Marx labelled the Jew as the
mpitalist
i lldridge < 1 a sr \ lew s m '-
n \ .1 i-'n jn\ ention, he
pointed out. The French revolu-
tion finally gfeV* lews
rlhts hu* In ttv> f"- t dr*t
they were left oul alone with
'' tors and hanemi n." and I v.'ii
the e ii ceived their privileg)
I
Ik lore the Jew s.
ONLY thk complete dl
). nance of th" Jew and Juda-
ism will solve the problem, sp
parently. In contrast to Sartre's
belief that Jews are created bj
anti-Semitism, Rabbi Hertzberg
contends thai by their peculiar-
ity the Jew creates anti-Semi t-
Ism and has done SO since Abra-
ham made his great dlscovi I
Every vision of the future,
whether it has been Hellenisti
Christian, Voltairean, Marxist
Freudian, Communism or Na
Ism pre-supposes thai men tx
com. quite cinular. Hut the C l
tinned existenc ol the Jew c
into question the notion thai
there is only one u a_\ to li\ i
society.
THIS IS THE heart of D
Hertzberg's argument md it I
a persuasive one when present
. d by a scholar ol his cred
I Of their Juda
Jew- in different, and the) a
being o\. '
achievers for instance, la I
Into the lesire to survive He
fean foi grand! ae sol itions
like revolution, for he distrusts
them from his reading of his-
tory Moreover, the price might
! the disaopearance of Jew- is
Jews ,,nd this would Ik I
i"-- to our eh ilization.
If there is any hone in the
i it is that the
Cit< ol M in -mist I'-arn to live
m Ith one another; th it Wi
civiliz ition Is Itatsjalpg this
II it doesnl happen, tho
11 is doomed.
And the Jew? "He must know
how t.> live alwaya m the midst
of trouble."


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*JelUnerii Friday. January 29, 1971
As. .
Max Lerner
Sees It
NEW YORK Ai first I thought thai the prize for us
he exactlj wn ins Ui: achieving their ends should be
awarded to in rls >! the Jewish Defense League, with
their bluster nee toward Soviet officials in the
United States. But iv 1 t th Ftus; > retali ited by
ubtly disguised i il .......\
1 d I M ist gi tiding j
I to tli So\ nment.
ir <. waj '." ;s is it case
. ol ovei ith sides e h using means that
it<< Hi'' l)u in i s into a vicious I. B it th
lullyin to the R -- ins, who don't have the
goads tli D
ons" a led nned bj
KGB ; ilioe.
IT I-. FOOLISH the Russians to say that
'In' U.S. i Light to know
that w Irate in Russia thej lo in
the Unil States
Indiana ts. students work rs, well
and hu I group-!. In I ict, i I
s close to b n way" foi
r ill.
The ttouble is the the Dofen.< : ; tics have gone
Bccful demonstrating, rhej tried to mess up the
cultural exchang rt len Russia and the United States, -
ing (as thej ixil iti lo end the policy of "building bridges over
Jewish bodies." Thoj harass and plague minor Soviet attaches,
. nd it they are not behind the bon bing nl the Soviet Cultural
(."enter installation, thej 'r fuse to c it.


AMlKK w OFFICIALS ARE it thei Kits'
layor John Lin nd aim ist
,-ery Ji n th Unit I States has i
nisi nethods Can thi
sted

e Russians wou they
D ic's bitten
Ne\er A I
in
1940s. The 1
be Jews
i>. bin I a wall, kept i |


WHAT MAKES THESE Jewish n it ill the mon
litter is the spectacle of the new anti-Semitism rising in the
radical New Left groups, white as well as black, and even
mong the self-hating Jewish membera of tlie New Left who
have lost all sense of history as they have lost all mom of
their ties with the historic Jewish community. Their bitterness
thus shan>ned, the militants strike out nt a concrete target,
harassing the fringe Russian officials in Now York and Wash-
Ilgton foolishly, stupidly n::cl intolerably.
I call it foolish, however well-meant, even idealistic, bo-
cause these extt me measures cannot bring the Russians to
ay because they hurt the Russian lews whom they are
eat to help If it is a question oi rous nion about
the plight of the Russian J ws, the Soviet lead rs did il them-
by the L ningi id t il, and world n action w is so h istile
' ''t thej had to b \ m'litai now
i i America i in only stiffen the hostilitj of the Soviet 1
nd arouse i itenl rial Ameri-
I iups.


THE kvik.kkim. Of P esidcnl Pompidou last year was
;i. These methods are ilways counterprodu live, however
much thej may fulfill the self-image of the teenagers whom
l ie Defense League marshals in its ranks, and give them the
- >nse of making history' In the end. this displ ij of militancy,
In order to "i>rv..ke a crisis in Soviet-American relations," be-
comes more a matter ol self-indulgence in histrionics and heroics
than of true effectiveness
No Americans can expect the Russian Jews and their
t lends and allies to be lent about the Soviet tre tment of
their fellow-. Serious protest meetings, like the recent one in
u io k and like the protest march to th S iviel Embassy In
London, n purpose in bearing witness to the captivity of a
eople Thi So let government, instead ol recalling ti Washing-
ir, would do well to listen to what serious people
not by bar is ment but i>> solemn

u h it differei Ived!
The J< vs Russia >" prot si I the risk lives.
of Nevi Y :
nd VI rj K< IB bullies
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Hubert Finch Speaker For
Annual Bob Mope Dinner
1
RICHARD ESSEN
Essen Named
As l)i> ision
Cochairman
Richard Essen, a prominent lo-
cal attoi n< y and formi r Assist nl
Si Attorney, has been appointed
. an of the Greater Mi
i m's '- imbined Jew-
l-Israel Emergency Furo
lign.
Mr. Essen will be s< rving as c -
ch drman ol the Residence an.
H ai Rise D\\ isi it in the cam-
pai .n.
Joseph II K inter, chairman of,
th combined drive who made thej
'ment, lauded the highly
ssful efforts of Mr. Es sen
during the 1970 campaign.
a mber of the Ex u- j
tive i il the South Ri -
in .1 of the Anti-1 >efa-
M I -- n is a I
p H iscus M
Viiumii (iltilt Dinner

>f Alpha E|
to h linner it S
I Resta I. 68 W.
St.. i
: t-'I-
p t speak-
c icditor
of th rnity's offic m mth-
ly publication, who has also been
isoc itcd with the Embers Res-j
tauram for over 20 years, in charge .
ol arrangements.
Robert H. Finch, Counsellor to
1 President Nixon and < member ol
' his Cabinet, will be the princip il
; speaker at the 12th annual Bob
Hope dinner of the National Park-
inson Foundation to be held in;
Miami Beach on Sunday. Feb 21 |
it lias been annOll
! foundet i
tional chairm in ol the Miami-base I
Parkins in Foundation, said sta j
h is re *iv< d cot nati in th
Finch, cl is t a Ivls ir to the Pn s- j
idem ai I rormer S eretarj ol
He Ith Education I W i
tend th to
in in.- Font
Finch, ivho was Lieut
G ivern r of Calil
ine || Nixon \ l ninistr ition
i personal friend of Bob Hope,
honorary national chairman of
in Parkinson IVnindation, who
K,. ittended the Foundation's Sot)
per plate dinner t i raise funds
foi research into the cause and
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IJahbi Honored At Temple's
4
Firsl Israel Bond Dinner
| t on behalf of
I I IV 111
Sinai honored the
..: ;. sp itual Ic
Ralph y. Col. !' i
Deputy < "hlcf "I 'di
.i>, Fo t s, 'onl rr ,!
I Sh >m Avvird
ij. i ,
mi m mbe oi! 1 i c mg
to the
nor of si le ii I
n Hotel last I'u -
! ; <: n ludeil .'ill 11-
i din cl >r
pi B n l Organizati in,
who ha-1 turned from a na-
lonal isr lei Bond lea lersh p con-
: ri ncr In S v York v here h
, with I H p ;:> 1 '
Minisl r Y. i! Allon.
n the pro e S m-
u, i Bio -. linner chairman; Law-
, up :' rn, c ingrejtati ;n pros I nl
Mr Phi'in H 1. lerrr
Ml A .I'M '.'.
Da\ i CroweII i id I N
I |lj ; ,:.. n.''1 .1. .. ish foIi>
irist.
i of Stal
, iny v :. idiucted bj R
i, M' \. mil M \a
p v. .; ... in i- h
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Hot light.
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David Crow '11, Mi. and )
M e Lei ow, Mr. and Mrs Hen-
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and Mrs. Lov no, Dr. and
i :. | 5n gt( Mrs |
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le; Mrs I i Mrs E i
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Mr, and Mrs. Paul Barnett, Mr.
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Mrs '' 'i i V" >1 and Mr. n l
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A Iso Mi ii I Mrs. I .onnard 1 --
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in the State of Israel. Abraham Grunhut, (left) vice presi-
dent of the Jewish National Fund of Greater Miami, is ac-
cepting the check from Mrs. Mina Grutman, Senior Citizen
Social Guild president, as Morris Milman, treasurer, and
George Grutman, sergeant-at-arms, look on.
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Friday, January 23, 1971
T
Cyclotron Complex To Make Mount Sinai
Hospital Center Of Nuclear Research In South
>
At tinir who-', physi' tru
placing new emphasis on preven>
tive modi nd striving to re-
. the need for hospitalization,
ANNA HA.V0
LOUIS HAND
' ; :' s i V. i"l
M mnl Sinai H-.isp'tal ol
;. : r. it ion's
id 'liver c >m-
prehensi' ;'-. < i t > ;hv ..-
... cmi nunity s
The device i- :i ir.edleal ej hlnn,
or.;- th< fourth in the United
si .'"s. which will delivered to
^1 mnl Sii ai in early spring
Huuika largely to tho generosity
ot a Miami Beach couple a erea-
ttve caption writer has vailed "the
In 111i. u Hands."
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hand, who
Hve in South Florida six months
a year have made the cyclotron
their i-i ) the hospital and. in
turn, to the community. The re-
i rmladclphia curtain manu-
facturer and his wife, Anna, h ive
don ted $550,000 for the machine
i- | -,'.,. chamber being built to
1
The cyclotron complex, includ-
ing a com] lepartment on nu-
cli :ine, l< among the ma-
jor ad i.'.: ins, now under construc-
tion, which will expand Mount
Sinai into one of the Souths most
complete it dical centers. It will be
under the direction of Dr. Albert
Gilson, who cal's the cyclotron tho
"sti thoscope of the space age."
"The stethoscope once wa the
physician's main tool in detecting
th ills of his patent." says Dr.
Gilson. 'Then came laboratory
tests and X-rays. In the future we
will see more use of nuclear med-
icine, with the helo of the cvclo-
. rig swift and pain! -.-
mport
. ihvio s, cai I be
- d points out 111
.: ct eti soon en
.- .> b r m ved by
:edures w i 'as
........ might b' re-
lermitted to g

ve products
facture ; bv th cyc!ott on an
ninistered by inhalation h
" c ickt ill." Th
I to varioua pan
nt's )dy. from where
th y ..... I ition that provid *
"dot ;: tture of the human in-
! rior
"Radioactive iron travels to the
blood and bones, eaaes to the lings.
Iodine to th- glands." I>r. Gilson
explains. "We know what these
an as should 'ook like under mr-
nvl con-lit ions, so the picture
which result- i, t- us know whether
then i* an) irrrgu'arity such as a
tumor or blockage,
Oth pplic it Ions of the cyclo-
-i the mass sci nin ;
testing of patient* on an ambula-
tory basis, enabling Mount Sina;
to sen iter numl ers in less
reduction of the .
ol Si y of hospitalized patients.
permitting increased availability
of beds.
Broader opportunities far re-
si .ii h will be created, and stud es
of vital organs and the blood flow
through them should eventually
reveal much new information on
th c tuses and prevention of hea t
ikes, bone diseases and
ithei dlnv its
thes in M' unt Si-
. (>bj -ctii in making total
health c ire services available," Dr.
Gilson savs W th the arrival of
cycl itron. we will become one
of five institutions in the w >r'd
with these modern methods avail-
al! .
"We ilready have assembled the
'sonnel physicians and highly
capable scientists trained in radio-
chemistry, cyclotron technology,
nuclear physics and nuclear In-
strumentation to evoke efficicn-

cv and utilizi tion from this com-
plex and so) hisl cated equipment."
!;. continues.
Work Dg I "Hid the eye! 'Iron's
spring delivery date, construct! in
crews the joh daily just
west o: Mount Sinai's mam build-
ing. An import .'-.: fact."- in the
entire n ject is to locate the mi- performed
. ta the patienl n | Calll
site, ami walls, siv feet thick, will
b,- ol hich-ile-isily eoiui-'te an>l
lead, fared with structural tile.
p ssiole since c impoun Is U pro-
B caus of the eye!
i w .' e I !' :i b" I
lion of the building, I wl
will he ereel I i ound I
Its arrival
ichii lerk
furthe I
be c >; '. id
..... hall
in gecon Is
th Ir ra lioactivit}
There ore. i' i neeessarv to
hulld no? only a special chamber
to booae the cyclotron, hut an en-
tin- larilitv as well which,
fittingly, the Mount Sinai Itoard
oJ Trustee* has named in honor of
its benefactors.
The \rm.i and Loull Hand Cy-
clotron Complex will in- two
stories high. Piles supporting the
IHC 1>\ 200-foot buildiiiK were
driven GO to 90 feet lieneath the
|t w ill t ike s mi" 11 me to d
hug the machinery, but we shouM
be operative within }1 I*," |1
diet Dr. Gilson.
It's a dal to which I
nxiousl) looking i i
Th it's u hen we vt liz
full satis actl in ol ha> ii
.-. ike thus p issiWi lys M
Hand. will n l '
people actually have
b.nofit from tlv sre it -...
mi will perform."
Here is the architect's concept of the Anna
and Louis Hand Cyclotron Complex lor
Nuclear Medicine, under construction ct
Mount Sinai Hospital. The facility is one of
several additions projected in the
campaign to expand the hospital into one c
tlio South's most complete medical centi
Dr. William Smoak (right), associate director of nuclear
medicine at Mount Sinai Hospital, discusses the complex
life-saving functions of the medical cyclotron with Richard
Munson, the department's chief technologist. The model
they are examining is a scale mock-up of the machine,
fourth of its kind in the U.S., scheduled for delivery to
Mount Sinai in early spring.
If your child can say "emergency"
teach her to say it to the Operator.
Dialing Zero for help in an
emergency is so simple a child |
can do it. And so important,
every child should learn how.
Here are three hints to help
you teach your child how to
get help if she ever needs it:
First, don't hand her the
receiver. Let her pick it up
herself, the way she would
in a real emergency.
Second, while you hold
down the receiver button, teach her how to dial the
operator.
Third, tell her to speak directly into the mouthpiece,
clearly and slowly, giving her name, address, and phone
number. This part is most important so it might be a good
idea to phone a friend so they can listen to your child
repeat her message.
We feel it's important for your child to know how to get
help when she needs it. And we hope she never needs it.
Southern Bell
We're a lot more than just talk.

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Ambassador Histadrut Jarring To Mt. Sinai Founders' Annual
Forum Speaker Feb. 16 Initiate Cease Dinner-Dance Is Postponed
Arrfi nasaidoi RJr-hnveam Amir,
fsrai renvoy to Poland and
iiis nation's ranking consul general
in Hi.' United states, will represent
lrtr Slate of Israel at th.- --ixth
annual internal tonal Mid-Winter
, onfrrence of the Israel Histadrut
ii rfation. The three-day con-
|-n.. v, ctl d to attract more
K legati e from th rough-
t trie 'nitcd si.it. s, Canada,
,: i ii an [sib slat-
VI 15-17 at i Fo tain bli au
i tmir, who hi ails
irnis' Israel eons Mate in the
orld N w York assignmi nt,
v ii s- ak nl ihi F< b. 16 forum on
... il fii .r ci:,; planning and ls-
, n>l's ecoi omlc < .i look f< r 1971.
S .1 SI m pxeci live vice
pnskkni 'i the foundation and a
,, list, will ilso | tici-
:. foi um,
ii, s- :\- d as an bassador to Po-
: : ir five years before being
ami a lsra< I's chief adviser on
Arab affairs. He has served in the
ive Ni w York position since
jul I 968, ..: I was for five yi ars
i ni ral of Israel in
London.
l.< n In Vilna, Ambassador Amir
i p stim 35 yi ,ns igo
thi Haganah, und
; ,,,;. -state Israi l
i Vcrld A'ar II. ho
the ] .. irmed forces Bnd para-
id Gel
~ in 1 I
1948-49 War ul In-
r served with
I was na I i
tai f Gn .it- r I;
served as
r the Wi
I Acre area :!:-..
a. h> 'ili 5 a three- ir
as um as III cl i-f in !

l .i,,-> ol the v.
. ..
. : Winti rC no will
i j an a ards b in-
Pel 17 oring Ami assador
Arthur J. Goldberg, The former
i it ti Su] ne Cburl jus-
,\ is the founder i>f thi Israel
li .i Foundation and general
an ol the Hista Irul
I d n Jub.1, a itioi
:.!- year.
' S Si n. Mike Gravel of Alaska
ieak at the opening session
HON. RCHAVlAM AM!R
rut conference headquarters, l
Lincoln Road Bldg.
Pr. I .eon Kronish. chairman ol
thi board of th,- Histadrut Foun-
dation, said the pn gram for this
year's conference is 'by far the
mosi meaningful in the 10-year
history ol the organizatl
Wills, Trusts, Income Topic
Breakfast Speakers' Topic
i. hi ;" Snt...... s sr*
/:>. late j
... (office
,1 Jeff, N wil
-r,- ik on W I"-
..,.'-..- T
. S inday,
Thi .'
: ; i .' .
>,.,,.. Fa-r is i >
ii ,i M ."! .1 S-e n r B -other-
hood i'ii si I The | ublic Is in-
i ited f< i a nomina I i
Free Stamp, Coin Show
A stamp and coin show U
the public will be h< !d S itui lay
from 10 a m. t > 10 p.m. by the
Internatii ilatclic L'ni in at
th. Polish National Allianre B
2144 NE '-' Ave. Dealers from
throughout Greater M ami ill
participaU according to Rob rl I
Fire Extension
C'on't from Pace I-A
rai li leaders are veering away
from (heir earlier willingness to
accept a mi'lfi-nalional force to
potiee borders airreed on as part
of ;u peace -i ttlenient. The posi-
tioning ot troops especially
those of the United States and
t'>e Soviet I nion on opposite
skies WOllld turn the area into a
powder keg with a potential nu-
clear charge, they believe.
e of Soviet SAM-2
high altitudi missiles in Syria
v as disclosed this week. Their
deployment in Syria, which is
not a party to the current cease-
fire anu has refused to accept
the Security Council resolutions
i nding tin Six-Dav War in 1967,
is -'in as a complicating factor.
Jordan made its views public
in a letter to Dr. Jarring which
was clrculateo as a U.N. docu-
ment. The Ii tter made clear that
Jordan considers the return of
Old Jerusalem a prerequisite to
peace, and also demanded Is-
rai I's withdrawal for all occu-
pied territory before peao nego-
tiations I gi
As a gesture of community which we realize may cause in-
cooperation, the Founders of I convenience to some, is a fine re-
Mount Sinai Hospital have post- Isponse to the urgency of the needs
poned their annual dinner-dance
to March 21. The previously an-
ncunced date was March 6; the
iffair will be held at the Diplomat
Hotel.
Founders chairman Edward
Shapiro said the change was made
i:i order to avoid conflict with the
primal., dates of the l!t~l Com-
bined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emer-
ji in y Fund campaign of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
Fel 15, Reservations for all ft ne- Kraus, president of the spons.
til l in avail;:' le at th Histad- -roup.
"Many of our Founders ar ai -
live workers in, and contributors
i i, the Federation campaign," Mr.
Sh ipiro said. "Therefore, fell
a postponement would help avoid
any dilution of manpower or re-
sources during the campaign
[ period."
Milton Weiss, president ol" the
Fid ration, and Joseph H. Kanter,
chairman of the CJA-IKF cam-
[ paign, praised the action of the
Founders in adhering to the guid-
lines established by Federation's
Multiple Appeals Committee.
"Postponement of the affair.
in Israel, as well as an endor i
ment of the validity of the Multi-
ple Appeals Committee's position'
said Mr. WeiSS, who also is a
president ol Mount Sinai, "Thi
entire community should be grati -
fo I to the hospital for this I
display n! coo] ral ion."
Max < Me. itz, chaii man of b itl
the F< del ati
Moi nl S
r.oti d: "Whil '. n cognize
\ aiidity of ill campa ns
ed i '' nan ne< :
uphold the i lui nature
philanthropy, .'. b lieve that \
. i ism quires self discipl
and informi d lea ship il all
legitimate phi
arc to 11 erat 'ffi cl ivi ly and
thi greatest good.
"To assu ntii ig sui
cess of the Combined Jewish V|
peal-Israel Emei ncj Ft nd an
paign, Mou il Sinai Hospital ack-
nowledges the great importance of
the CJA-IKF and urges all ;'s
supporters to | ai tii ipate in this
effort."
Newsletter Published
3y Hillel Foundation
With i!- i:d of a special
bj the G ar Mi
..it B B'rith I!
i-
\! .,-'.- pi ... ''
- i Ci ihl s cinipits
... .......
l'tr-1 hv Pihl -
' : tor of H :'
', ...
i"a new le:ter is d
- : ssiie n t s
i i world 11
; >t eis and
i s ich
. s Israel, So\ let Je y,
ri lations il h Bl ck Americans
... 1 ,. i.. ,M|-S.
Ncrlh Dade's Flori'llan Arms and Colo Lai Court will hold
:heir annual s 1971 <
.,'.,. '.:. c. Emerge] i paign
Sundry. I I Ivlh H. Gticcr, pre^id-?!'' oi the Americar
Triends of the Hebrew University, will he the guest speaker
for the event. Membais of the Floridian Arms-Colonial
Court CJA-IEF Committee pictured above n left to light
Herbert I.evine. Eric Gutman, who served as chairman fo:
the past three years, Robert Rivkin and Scm Baker.
Terrace Towers' CJA-IEF
Campaign Breakfast Feb. 7
v ; das. one of Israel's lead-- Je
st direel irs ind found r if! Fund i '
:- .ci Art irs SI idi i, will b i '
the B s- -:

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lac
Ten i .....
'
i i-
.- ey v
... ps ol
u the i
-
CJ I : lie B
::
M
;;' I CUt-
I
M Harrj
' ~
G'tl'iwitz, Ben '< ' S
Nat L Mrs
. s Mazllsl Jack
N \, |, ;. sin R 1st lan, Dr. Phil-
p Rosei .Irs. Leonora Sharf,
Dr. William Stein, Mrs. Frances
rn, Benno B. Wi bsl r, Alex
.. ^,,.,r .., the Weinzimmer, Eugene Weiss and
? rial guest speaker at mi
T. rrace Towers' annual Combined Lot Is Wolta.
HI KAIUS
THE JEWISH NATIONAL FUND
of Greater Miami
Salutes
9 t&
Foremcs^ Composer of Israel
Pioducer and Director of
Jewish National Fund


for its great success and outstanding performance.
MAYOR JAY DERMfK
PKtSIDtNT


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Let is Walk Together
Rabbi Kirshblum
Bj RABBI DANIEL KIRHHBLUM
Temple Israel. Orlando
In the port if 1 nc un-
t- n c intinu
! twe n Ph iraoh an I
\ ,. m >-
th r .: I
ol his em-
Ph iraoh
tun s to Mo -
an shvs, "G i
and ors h i p
your G-d bul
- who n the i -
gtf ^^jH .
I jjjL .fl I "
| PJJ JE I wi-
ALL go. YOUNG
wi Ol
Mos -. th prophel lil e i1 ir of
our i ]'' reali i l
die Jiuiais
eked tim
le. was 1
ided oar-
with a
ruthl : "anl > ii i li id earll
il -
th N
Ph : s'stentlj t led t >|
MOS ;' \ -
i ... irth
would i !
th > w Mil I all be d ivi led In th
Nil To M ii ; Th
future tor you or your pi ople;
you are both doome I to obliti
lion from thi'* face of the earth."
Moses, who realised thai with-
out the youth there is no t i
row; there is no Sinai, no Deca-
logue, no Torah, no Eretz Ylsrael
no synagogue, no Judaism, no I
and no future, te)ls Pharaoh: v
are gravely mistaken. You declare
that we have no youth aril I say,
'Binareinu Uviskeineinu Nelech.'
Our youth is alive and vigorous
our tomorrow is vivid am) definite.
Freedom, growth and spiritual lib-
eration are the vehicles which will
lead us t i Sinai. We are la' i
the shackles of depression. VV i are
on the march of marches and
young and old shall go hand-in-
hand."
This indomitable faith
W
. .-".. nd com
..
our
nd
iph '.
VV in ir v as
th o
thi bat; /al and the
;. i ,'.,. ins ol itual
lag Pen idlt the cont i -
j '
. : iclaim daily 1
b i lyi
American Judaism. It needn't be
to! it mul rt be a!
Question
Box
B* R VBB1 SAMUEL J. FOX
: if m d lare, "With
our j I, v- sn '''
, bles l
th a
be!
Youth Center S-ttiiiir
For One-Day Retreat
The newly-bi It Y ith ("enter of
T le 1 i it M n '
,, ;] be i I'ir a one-d iv
: t ol he !' fo
I V
in Saturda; V't lugh '
; -. I
!'.''.....' <'I
Vn lidatc?
. thi
vouth II mei : for v i
brunch disoussi in gro n i
,nd w 111 : come Int ol' ri i" '
- n nar.....n nun I i
low in t a fi m preeenl I
. | i ,. ith ,!' :
and df>*cin" in a tra lit i
Sabbath Botl
CANOLELIGHTING TIME
3 SHEVAT 5:48
V i' is ;: :::;! when lighting the
i m lies on a festival -ii doe*
t fall on th.....i, thebl
Lug b recited firs! and then the
e.iii.il, are ...
io pros be this
that
this is i '

i the Sabbath
ply to the sil tion on|
lh, i s There, one c innot
iu :h c indlei c innol be
i a I tival since, ind< cd, they
ir thi ie-' val. Also,
ace pting the rules of the festival,
ii d i live the c indies.
. the benediction over the
u would i ol prohil 11 the
woman fi itinf the cand i -
A IS.
p are some, however, who
I s ;. thai once the custom h is
ted ol light : the c in-
thi '' Ii tlon on the
Sabl nd shiel I I le eyi s
. the bero th<
edurc should be used
m t festivals lest the avi
eonl '
. I' Sabl
'. hut is the derivation ol the
\\.ii .1 !, | uie I mails
e ; v in the Ni ge\ h etion >i
Israel.'
Th Bib1 !'s us (Get -
7- tl i thai in :itj w is so c lied be-
the place ivhe i A
: \ : el ch m ide an oath.
.' fore, means "the
well of the oath."
The Aramaic translation con-i
siders the term Beer Sheba sym-1
: the seven lambs which j
u I in making the treaty.
In this sense the name would
mean 'The Well of the Seven
I. imhs "
A IhirJ explanation is offerer!
by the Aggadic literature which
claims that the name refers to
the seven wells that were there at
the time nf the Patriarchs. Th"
name would, therefore, mean "Sev-
en Wells."
This city, which w is abandoned
centuries, now is the virtual
if til" \'e vv
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
'Bo'
An I the I io in unto I i I
LO-13. I6i
C NTTNUE : remaj
n a d "hard ul heart." There followed, tl.....m
. locusts, Iraknees Uwou
out nd tinally the t< nth pi igue wh -n W I
rn i ypt, men i l ca l I ind I
peoi tterly over their d<
the> then hastily sent 1 i time 1
ieir dough, took il with thi m in theii km i
THE PASSOVER God told Moses lhal heni the j i
would begin with the month ol their di livcrance In I iture, U i
festival was to be observed annually as < permanenl memor
of their delivei n i ed bread only was to b. eaten for
i n days, the first and w w nth d > be n oba
holy assembly when no work could be don.' M ismi
these commands to the Israelites through the nd in
thei rent iln In their nous -s until mon i n
the bl id on then- linl 'Is and do irposts God would s|
them from the pun in I I ed i ut to the Egyptj tb
Phe thi i ich il offer n | was to bi
aan after the i ; ind its s gn ticai
i ntion.
THE ISRAELITF SI \ t tb.
r ,th on I I5tn d u fb '
to the Pai......r i:
,,,, i to hi eaten only h>
sons Th : s( born a ai
to God cd. and be fus-
.-.'.. I. Th i A I
explained to ful general ins gi "tit lo < -
tbom of the Isr i< 11 F llw rm uroj
.... :.. of the Exodus, were to b lastinglj preserved "tor a
sign upon thine hand, and for a memorial between thin,- eyes,'
Dr. Robert Gordis To Speak Sunday
Dr. Robert Gordis nationally I teaches Bible at the Untnnl
cal Seminary.
He frequently lectures on r
temporary n u tin status
problems of religion and on '
ish life and culture. Be is a i
Bultanl to the Center for the S
of Democratic Institutions.
Th-' bibliography of Dr. G*>r
writinrs includes 12 books in
Mondav. Ita : (rinlis is ProfeSBOr ,, u ,,
field ol Biblical scholarship. Ii
of Bible at the Jewish Theological /.., ,, frequent contributor
> nnrv of America He nisi various journals and magactrx
knpwn rabbi will speak Sunday
on "God Alter the Holocaust
and Hiroshima" at the Grcnfie! I
Adult Institute series of Temple
Israel of Greater Miami.
This v. ir's scholar-lecturer for
the congregation's annual Gunman
Institute for th.' Clergy, to be held
'
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rCelicrioHB <^<
'3
ervices
Ben-Ham.
MIAMI
AH* VAT SHALOM CONGREGA ;
TION. 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox
Cantor Aron Ben Aron. 1,
ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW lth v.
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowiti 2
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BETH AM (TEMPLE) 5950 N. Ken-
dall Dr S. Miami. Refo'm. Rabh'
Herbert Baumgard, Cantor M cheai
Kyrr 3
BETH DAVID. Z6J6 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. RahUi Sol Landau
Canto William W. Lipson 4 I
;i rn. St*rm i 'Ii 'om-
muii lea tlon Th.- Block Sati
am Bar Mltsvah: Andrew I .aa.i. .
Mr. and Slrn i : .n.i.i.
BETH EL. 50O SW 17th Ave. Ortho. |
dox. r
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave
Modern Traditional Rabli Max
Shapiro. Cantor Bn Dickson 6
Pi Ida] B:1S p m Tool. I i .
People Oo" followed I" I i
bat I ited bj Mi and \li~ M
Keai .-ii in Saturday i i.n "A
Tl u- I idi 1:30 i' in 'Portion of
Law." 5 p.m. "I
BETH TOV (Temple). 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative Rabbi Simon
April. Cantor S*yr.iour Hinltft 9
Friday H l p.m. Qtieat Biwaker Prank
Kreu on thi topii
Ji w lah Vouth ( Today" f"lli i I bj
Ones Bhabbal "f Blaterhood
ISRAEL (Temple) OF GREATER
Miami. 137 NE 19th Street. Reform.
Rabbi Joseph R Narot. 10
I", i, ni Rermon : 'a '
! loundarti \\ hal In 1
text i"i Meanlnc*ul Survival?"
ISRAELITE CENTER. J175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
Drazin Cantor Nathan Parnats. 11
Prld I |im.. s;l:, |, m Batui
i .i in S, rmnn: "Partlon Of The
n.. -Iv-
or OLOM (lempiei /9S S.W. 16th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph Glix-
man. 13
la da] '. :io pm nml t p.m Baturda)
S 'i ., rn Bar Mltsvah Oarj /
fc..ii ,if Mr. mi'l Mrs Max /-
p m A^itii'-i.ti M n
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TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6600 N. M.ami
Ave. Cor sorvative. Cantor March-
bein.Marbiny '4
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TIFERETH JACOB (Temple) 951 E
4th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Mao-
rice Klein 15
ZION (TEMPLE). tOOO Millar Rd
Conserv.,t;ve. Rahi --.
piro. Cantor Richard S. BrO'*dy. 16

1
NORTH MIAMI
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
13600 w. L/ixie H*y. Conservative.
Rabbi Joseph Corfinkel, Cantor
Ben Zion Kirscr.ein.ium. 35 ;
MIAiV: BEACH
AGUDATH ISRAP.L. 7J.;1 Cafvle Ave
Ortnodox. Rabbi Issac E t 17
BETH ISRAEL. 77 ;th St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Berel Wein 18
BETH JACOB 301 W.Th'ngtnn Ave.
Orthodox. Rvibbi Shmaryahu T. Swir.
iky. Cantor Maunce Mamches. 19
BETH RAPHAEL (TEMPLE). 1543
Jefferson Ave. Conservative R.ibb'
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh 20
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-
s-t 2?
BETH Y0SEPH CHAIM CONGREGA-
TION, 843 Meridian Avenue. 22-A
CUBAN HEBKCW CONGREGATION
1242 Washington Ave Orthodox.
Rabbi Dow Rozencwaig 23
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EMANU-EL (TEMPLE). 1701 Wash-
ington Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irv-
ing Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler 24
Frldayf p.m and 1:30 p.m. Dr, .Max
iru-wi |i-. her, ..a tafiic: "Tfi.
-i liv.-ry of JucJ linm *itui
n Am ual ''
- w student -
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE 1532 Washington Ave
Orthodox Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
C"to' Mevrr Engel. T6
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox Rabbi David Lehrfield
Cantor Abralmm Seif 27
MENORAH (TEMPLE). 620 75th St'
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Nico Feldman 28
NER TAMID (TEW1 E). 80th St. and
Tatuni Waterway. Conservat ve.
Rabbi Tugene Labovitz Cantor Ed-
ward Klein. 29
OHEV SHALOM. /C55 Bor.lta Dr
Orthodox. Rabbi Phincas Weber-
man. 30
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 64?
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmias. 31
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1542-
44 Wislnngton Ave. Rabbi Avrohom
Grcner. 32
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER. 7501 E. Treasure Dr..
North Bay Village. Conservative
Cantor Carl Bender. 32-A
25-A Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell Berger
Cantor Nathan Znlondek 41
Friday R:16 p.m Saturday i '. a.m
and .'. :30 p ni
FT. IAUDERDALE
BETH ISRAEL (TEMPLE). 147 fc
Oakland Park Blvd. Rabbi Sneldor.
Edwards. Cantor Maurice Neu. 42
EMANL-EL. 3245 W. Oakland Park
Blvd. Reform. Rbbi Arthur J. Ab-
rams. Cantor. Jerome Klement. 4c
P0MPAN0 BEACH
SHOLOM (TEMPLE) 13? SE 11th Ave
Conservative. Haubi Morns A. bkop
Cantor Ernest Schreiber 4t
SURFSI0E
MS;.N DAVID CONGREGATION
?. ?. *ir;1'nfl Ave. Surfside. Towr
Mall Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac D Vi"
BETH SHALOM (TEMPLfV. '776
Monroe St. Conservative Bat>bJ
Morton Malavsky. Cantor rv "fl
Gold.
SINAI (TEMPLE) 1201 Johnso" si.
Conservative. Rabhi David Sl"i.
Cantor Yehudah HeilbraHn. 7
ISRA
Co
MMAUAI
lELITEMPLEl *920 S.W. 3^>- St.
nservative. Rabtsi Elliot X -*w "o-
grad. Cantor Abraham KostefV 4*
MABGATI ';
MARGATE JEWISH CENTER..' 'I
N.W. 9th SI.
a -
_*-
MAUANDAIE
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER
126 N. E. 1st Ave. 44
HOLLYWOOD
BoT,H EL TEMPLE) 1351 S 14 Av
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. 4e
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pmetree
Dr.Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S
Omi 25
CONG. AN-NElL (Branch of He-
brew Academy). 7th St. and Meri.
I dian Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
ADATH YESH'JRUN (TEMPLE) 1025
N. E. Miami Oardens Drive Con.
servativ.. Rabbi Milton Schlinskv
Cantor Nathaniel Schub. 33
BETH TORAH NE 164th St at 11th
Ave Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
chitz. Cantor Jacob Renzer. 34
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd 8t
Conservative Rabbi Charles Rubel.
Cantor Jack Lerner. 36
SINAI (TFMPLE) of NORTH DADE
18801 N E. 22nd Avenue. Reform
Rabbi Ralnh p. Kingsley. Cantor
Irving Shulkes.
Pi Ida) Topli Is the Pamlly Dead?"
s.i'ii' i H :" a 111 Bal Mitzvahr
Bill I'.ii.-s. dauKhtor "f Mr. and
Mis Itoberl N Perleas
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18151 N E.
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah F.
Caplan. 38
Jfi p ni Baturday i* a m Ser-
mon: "HcrvltUvte .'.ni l'li-iilnnr'
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER
MIAMI. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox
Rabbi Naftali Porush 39
CORAL GABIES
JUDEA (TEMPLE) 5500 Granada
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Morris Kipper 40
Pi-ni.,1 IS 1 in Saturday Bar Hits
nil Uar) Marshall Kopolow, son of
.Mi and Mrs I..... Kopolow.
ZAMORA (TEMPLE) 44 Zamora Ave.



rCaooinicaf (vision
v,
roarantt
I.in. : Jan. 81
Jan. :fi
ru '" 30 The .1 'wish Worship Hour
Host: Rabbi Leon Kronish, Temple Beth Shoa
i'Ii. T. in a m. The Still Small Voice
Topic: "The Responsibility of AiMrioan Jei
Providing and Maintaining the Humairiti
Progranu ol [gn el' '
Host: Rabbi in-ing Lehrman, Tompli ESmanu-El
Panelists Joseph Kanter, chairman 1871 Combi
Jewish Appeal-Israel EmergencV Flind; Mrs
!'''"":: >' Levy, president, Qreatet Stiami.Jew
ish I", leratlon Women's Division; Myron .1
Brodle, a mm I ite executive din Qi
': J< v Ish !' deration
Ch. 4, 8 3 1 ., m. The First Bitate
Topic: "Sp irts and Religion"
Moderator: Re\ Luther Pierce
Gui si: Joseph Robbie, Miami Dolp*
Man
Panel: Rabbi Solomon Schlff, Rev; Albert R. Schmidt




Friday. January 29, 1971
Jmlsti nuridfon
Pag* 11-A
5-3
Gordis, Mandelbaum, Arzt
Breakfast Forum Speakers
The popular Sunday morning
Breakfast Forum Scries of Temple
I i anu-El, now entering Its eighth
j will bring three of the na-
tion's foremast thinkers t.> the
community as guest lectun rs
men who are prominent in the
i s ,,i e lue ition, religion
Soc I action. E iCh man will make
;i pr< si ii' il "" on the genet 'l
I : .!n i .i and the Mod :i
tries
Dr. II iberl Gordis, Semin iry
I to at t!if .; ii
Thi iktgical S minary, v. I] the
fii -t an- i1- t Sunday mori In :.
l- ll.l >r, t < irdis, >\ ho
iui i so f 1 ion
ade, Iso been vis ting
p -.....Id T .t
I i i ...... i i, >n j i
America, Dr. Arzt is also author
of Talmudic n s ai s i which ap-
peared in the Jubilee Volumes
''ish -i in honor of Professor
Alexander Marx and Professor
...oi... ,ii M, ivapl ir.
The lectures will be held in t'tc
Friedland Ballroom of Temple
Emanu-EI at 11 a.m. following the
I breakfasts, served at 10:15 a.m.
I Leorwd Zilbcrt is chairman of the
Breakfast Forum Committee.
Prof. Sandier To Speak
Prof. Robert Sandier, a member
of the English i > ipai t nent at tni
University of Miami since 1956.
whose chief areas of interest are
American Literature and Contem-
porary American Culture, will
speak on "Thej Don't Make Kids
the Way Thev Used To" Tuesday
Feb. 2, at 10 a.m. at the Forte*
Forum in the Auditorium, 1200
West Ave., Miami Beach. The pub*
If you're rich
and beautiful,
why aren't we
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: i\. ii v
! Asscmbl) ol
'. ii ica b itional as ici ition
; Cons itive r. bbinatc.
Dr. Bernard Mandelbaum, pres-
idenl d the Jewish Theological
Seminary of America, will pre-,mi
the lecture Feb. 21. Dr. Mandel-
baum, who served as Provost of
th Si minary ind as Professor of
Homi'etlcs on the faculty of the
Rabbinical Department, is the au-
i thor of iv my works. Including
"As iignment In Israel" and "The
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High Hoi I >ay Mi s-
from i >*ide iriet) ol men
i.r : om the ; i
nt G i '
f the | i nt day. Ii'
has ^ I
Judaism
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for many publieat his re
cent pamphlet, "The Matui
he Conservath e M t\ nent," -
tublish .1 by i'i Burning i I'
Press.
Fine : will Iv Dr. M \
\r/i. who has b ''ii \ i 'e chancellor
of the Jewish Theological Semi-
nar.-, ol Ame ica since 1951 and als i
serves as Israel Goldstein Profes-
sor of Practical Theology on the
faculty of the Rabbinical School
if the Semin iry. A member of
the Translation Committee which
ii ing i< co npli t.-'.y r 'vis d
i tr inslat on of the Holy
Scriptures urder th.- auspii s of
.-.ish Publication S i :iety of
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Either way. there are no two ways about who should handle
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Page 12-A
-JeHlstrhrMtor
Friday. January S9.'j7*!
< ... i--i =
Kasser Cochairman Of
Histadrut Conference
Norman J. Kasser. Coral Gables tut ion-: in Israel.
b tsiness and civic leader, has Lx< n
i rti.: cochairman of the sixth an-
NORMAN KASSIR
t il international Mid-Winter
, rence of the Israel Histadrut
( tundation. His appointment was
minced by William H. Sylk ot
. ideiphia, national president of
organization which supports
istadrut's health, education, wel-
cultural and religious insti-
*4L
sop
Continued From Page 4-A
IN SFM, with Mrs. Meir's
11 inciples of settlement, isr .
... llfully put the ball into the
side s c mrt, Thi even
i i-. d considerable temp
ir a\ among the So\ iets and
. .. ptians One sign of this, a
was the press con-
that was first loudly
I :,-! thei hastily can-
I b> the Egyptian U.N.
i egate, Mohammed El Zayat.
But now the ball is in play
. So perhaps one e fact that the talks
i i ached the stage of an
ing round. On the other
i l and here is where the
v ishfulness comes in it i-
to forget that the
i.~ and Egyptians Ion
mnced their own principles
..? settlement.
two SUCH p-inciples were
ned, with brutal clarity,
the joint communique that
(iaraal Abdel Nass
i-i to Moscow last summer.
Principal One was total Is-
li withdrawal from all occu-
I I territory.
Principle Two was fre> re-
ission to Israel of all Pal-
ttinian refugees wishing to re-
i n.
this is nothing more nor
- of course, than a ri'r-ipo for
I's extinction. To b*gin with,
i frontiers of 1967 ate no
really defensible in 1971,
aus of the enormous Sox i t
deliv li. ; t" ttx Ir Arab
. ients. And above all. the re-
turn 1 i Israel of a million or
Palestinian refuj.....s. fl-
e and spurred on. of c wrse,
i > tv Soviets an i I".%ptians,
i' i itically swamp Is-
ite.
FET EVEN when he ]< '
!! i i appt .' (
new ;-! ~- -t. Vnw ir
. I Sadat, lia- not i I'v d
. -! from the principles of the
ow communique. B >th
- were also idlv r
I, only a few days ago bv
" ned Husseinin Helical.
i.-.rlv .IS vnt, to
oi imistie. Tided,
m will almost surely r in-
to t>e btossLv nremati"v
1 il, and unie--s. this c tnt "v
tho needed st I i fo'-e
to rec dcidatr
'' files' in the 'Middle East.
Mr. Kasser is cochairman for the
I [istadi ut Foundation for the
Southeastern United States, and
served as associat chairman of
last year's Mid-Winter Conference.
Mori is Lai gi of Clew land
president ol the Histadrut Council
in the Ohio city, will act as co-
. haii -i a- with Mi. Kasser. Mi
i is a founder ol the Histad-
rut Fot m ation and a life-long
leader of the Labor Zionist Move-
mem.
Kasser ts chairman of the
1971 Coml im I Ji \\ ish Appi nl Is-
rai I Emet
for Ti mpl i ilea A \ io pr
of the YM-YWHA cf G itei
lii man of the Jew-
ish O mmunit; Boai d for th
i tian B'r.a
Hillcl Fotuidal
I., ng acti\' in I ;i ai I Bonds and
the i 'tit- d Jcv ish A opt a I in
:.-. Kasst r have
assuin, d community li i I
i ol in n im i ous t rgani; ations
giro mo\ ing here.
He is a member ol the board of
governors of th< Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, chairman of
the Greater .Miami Committee on
Jewish Youth and a representative
of the Nati mal Jewish Welfare
Board t i the American Athl tie
Union.
Mr. K is a nvmb *r of tV
hoard .! trustees ol Temple Judea
and was eh.u man of the Macca-
biah Games Fieci pi ion Committee
for thi United St ites Committee
fi t Sports in Israel.
During Woi !' War If. Mr. K is-
si r was a fighti r pilot for the
Uniti d Stt Ai Fon and later
b. can' ESS -e atl d With the Pali >- '
line Irgun Movi nt, He i artici-
pated it; the acquisition and deliv-
er;, ol plam to the Higa lah foi
usi in the li : r- of Israel dui.
the 1948-49 war.
M Kass t i I I
, okiei b ter, Loi.. wen recent
' ol I- ii former pn miei.
David Bei I; it ion, at his rcsiden i
in Sde Boker,
.
S Courses Offered
Bv Beth Sholom
w
Five courses arc offered in Tern-
>'e Beth Sholom's Wednesday
night ad tit program. The nine-
week semester began this we '<
Dr. Salomon Llchter and Mrs
David Miller are cochalrmen of
he Byna cogue's gnonso ing educa-
: m iard Faculty members in-
: le '. Isa e- M. Fein. Ral
H irry J lt, M mry L Schwartz,
Vos Yan'eh and Barak Yar in.
Th, ir subjects include, "The Fu-
..... / the Pas.....The Living IV-
' "A Faith to Live By." "1 '
Explore '-"' lei"
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R : bi I e m Kronish w 111 1 "i '
...]' | m 9: IS on- il
'M p thi i kly s?
- R il -
I non-tet
CJA-IEF Leaders Guests On
'Still Small Voice' Sunday
lers of the 1971 <
lavish At Emet W
Fund will : on "Th" S
< iiIV e" at 10 i. m VVCK i'
Ch. 7.
G tests v ill : clud J isej h K ir
c nn il : ch th man; Rabbi
rman, ass id ite ch tir
in: Mrs. Bu I in Levev, pi id i
i' thi Gn M Jev ish Fed-
ratio Wi ii n's Divisi m and
Myron Brodie, associate executive
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Friday. January 29, 1971
J-eivish College
Students Unite
*( jirnccntiitivrs of every orga
-v dj Jewish col'-ege group in the
it i Miami im attended the
if. meeting of the Greater Mi-
mi lavish Colloro Stud >n1 Union
nrttly, it- chairman, Alej Spital-
: has rep irted.
* *u/ if ncrk/lan
Page 13-A
l U lion, which w ill dire I
\. s towards | Jew-
n statement:
! i-p8 I J m-.
p .< n t!
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... :
i '.-.

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I ..
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I, Tho.I i of I
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lion.
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-\ !< .|I"S 'I"" | "".I .
< i 1 r--i .) 'A ~'l ( ',' ..
S'lid '' pp, as .in i m hi
tire I, In the ti up b
'- .- united effort hy all of
i | oi iWts ol
' 1'iteres' .:i,: c
r li... ,|- n j,-.. f,- ,, |, .),,., | n,
. 0| (he ;i in ral .) i
.- p.munity.
to th? .)
.....; i. for ftnpno t and c i
.,,. 'i I v ime i r i
thnn ii\.- >ic in the v- im-
i:' J
"W und 11 ike this er I
realiz il in th il.....
nportant I m \
nature ind
fa on of the Jewish youth c i n
we i and affirm
i rnirril rrtejrl to in acth e
-l.-'ii effort to v irds betl r
it of out situai ion with th
di il a eloping greater interest
involvement am >im our peers
'-" Commis Edward Graham and Ardon Sie-
Swam Day chairman,
David T. Kennedy presents a proc-
>n innounclng Feb. 4 as Jewish War Veterans Day
io Commcnder Leonard S ol No..... 3ruc B
P< .i Wei .S.A.; M
''... i S et, Post Ac;
ui ... .. win 1 Quart r, and C
Coi win G. Christie and J. L. P i are at
right.
Beth Torah Is Saluting
Its Educational Director
*
JfoWSE
trOUS
Frimt ihloin iitak .
Mmd Japanese tfy/e
ficili'gl
MIAMI
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of advertising and public re
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the annual Southeast Counci'
meeting cf American Associa-
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morning. Feb. 19. Edward J
Scheaffer, vice chairman of the
Southeast Council of 4A's and
president of L. J. Scheaffer and
Associates has announced.
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A ,i i im I. Gittelson, e
im ill rtir 'ctor of Beth Torah I'
grcgation, wi'l h. i!v must >|
honor at the temple's annual din-
ice m behalf ol the 1371
'> -.ii ncd I Lsh Appeal [srai
;. Fund c imp ;n F
14 it tho D i iville Hotel.
Lettci 'ii apprec in for Mr.
Gittol.-i n's di lie ition to J i sh
duration, i i Belh Torah, to I-
ra< l and the community, ha\ '<
. i im people an I or | in!
ons to whom he has
i s -".-. icps, including Kivvanis
lew;sh W ir Veterans, Fulf n d
Method si Church. II id issah, Miz-
in-. i. /.'. hi- i > lizal ion of
America, Cancr Research, Worn-
n's American (>RT ind the Senio-
"iti7en < I: oup >: the North >ad
fM-YWIIA.
Mr. and Mrs Adolph Bei
;i\-.' ,u' -.'iiii il ch i1 nrmshlp of th
linner, dui ing which Mr I !:ttelsoi
vill !<' saluted f > h's 13 veirs "
Ii \ oted sei vice. Mi. and Mrs. Ar
hur I. Snyd t nre serving as
h irmen n:' the Host Committee,
h rh is now finalizing an ange-
ments.
Their commit t incli'd s M~
Cwa'd Ziffer, president of the Sis
!!icx>:!: M ;. Jack Hochman
h ui i" in 'if Adult FJdncation; M-s
'./ Seidel, Mrs. Joan Bergman
Hebrew School teachers long a<
oci itcd with the Gittelsons; Mil
ton Hornstein, president of the
ontrregation; Mr. iind Mrs Adriai !
vavfman: Pr. and Mrs. I.arn ,
v.ii-.ui, Mr. and Mrs. Israel Ab !
ims: Dr. .loci Dcnn:s. pri sid'm'
f Hillel Day School, and Mrs
Dennis.
The Host-Hostess Commit ti'
nemoers also include Dr. ;i:i(i Mrs
id Kan ', Mr. and Mrs l-\
ng Kut'er, Mr. and Mrs. Saul
Jchrieber, Mr. and Mrs Leona-i
in1". Mr, and Mi 9 Joe >ld
en, 1 >r i i \! Bruce J ilian,
Mi Stanli y Stem. Mr. and Mrs
Philip Bio im, Mr, and Mrs. Julius i
Bernst< in, Mr. and M s. Je o
"av< I, Mr. and Mrs, I >a\ id I >!>in. I
ind Mi -. Gary Go! len, M and
Mi 5 Mot ris G todkin, Mr. and Mrs
Eric G itm in, Mr. and Mrs. Mai tin
Hi n ick, D-. and Mrs. Malcolm
Me Mr and Mrs. Leonard
filler Mr, and Mrs. Donald Reiff.
Mr r >r : d Mi s. Leon Sh illowaj.
"Are Gittelson and his wife,
Jhu'pm th I and admin d
by all in our community." R.i >
M \ A 1 ...i- 'Iiii/. spirit ii.il ii .
ui Beth Torah Congregation, de-
clared
1 >; Feb. 14 II will be "lovi
Abi .ind love for Israel' because
vc can show our love for Abe by
mr c immitmeni to the 1971 Com-
bine l Jewish Appeal-Israel En
ency Fund campaign," Rabbi Li|
schitz concluded.
rvations for B"th Torah
Congregation's CJA-IEF nay ii.' made through the Gn
Mil mi .lowish Fi der ition,
REGISTER SOW
COLLEGE OF JEWISH STUDIES
of the Bureau of Jewish Education
at the HILLEL HOUSE
on Campus of the University of Miami
at BETH TORAH CONGREGATION
1051 N.E. 163 St., North Miami Beach
Courses leading to Weekend Teacher license in Jewish
religious schools; courses lor intensive adult study.
Subjects Offered: Second Semester 10 sessions)
Israel, Today and Tomorrow The Golden Age of Spain
The Non-Conformists, the Prophets The Prayerbook
Conversational Hebrew Hebrew Ulpan
Lesson Planning for the Weekend School
The American Jewish Community Lifetime of the Jew
2 College-Credit Courses thru the Extension Department
of the University of Wisconsin:
Survev of Hebrew Literature
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Registration datefirst sessions, Hillel House:
Tuesday, Feb. 2, 8:00 P.M.
Registration datefirst sessions, Beth Torah:
Thursday, Feb. 4, 8:00 P.M.
For Details, 'phone
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Hillel Foundation 667-1808
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WINTER SPRING SEMESTER
HEBREW ULPAN CLASSES
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Friday, January 29, 1971
Israel Newsletter
By CARL ALPERT
Whose Call Should Yeshiva Bachurim Hear?
pi'Ri.ic DISCUSSION has been resumed on the
"delicate question: Should students in Talmudic
Yeshivas continue to be exempt from military
The present system, put
into effect when the State was
established, was the result of an
agreement between Premier Ben-
Gurion and Chief Rabbi Herzog.
From time to time that arrange-
ment has l>een challenged in the
Knesset, and recently members of
the Mapam demanded a formal
government review of the policy.
Last summer a reserve lieutenant filed suit in
the High Court or Justice calling on the Minister of
Defense and the head of the enlistment office to
show why they should not proceed at once with
full call-up of yeshiva students. He pleaded that
by their failure to serve, an additional burden was
unfairly placed on him and other reservists. In that
particular ease, the court found that the lieutenant
did not show that he was personally involved. He
could not come to court in a matter of abstract
justice. This was a political controversy, and the
thereby save many li\"s. Let them as civil defense guards, or do other tasks which
courts refuted to be dragged in.
Tin- two points of view can be summarized as
follows: The religious leaders plead that with the
destruction of the meat centres of religious schol-
arship in Eastern Europe everything possible must
be done to renew the wcllsprings of Jewish learn-
ing. Students who adopt study of the Torah as
their way of life and on a full-time basis should be
enabled to devote themselves to such study undis-
turbed. None of them are exempt. They are only
granted deferment, and when they discontinue
studies, usually around the age of 28 or so, they go
into the service and are subject to constant call
for reserve duty thereafter till the age of 54, like
everyone else.
The secularists charge that thousands of young
men take advantage of their religion, are slackers.
They are willing to let others die for them, while
they burrow in their yeshivas. If all of them went
into the army they could provide additional fire-
power which would, at least, cover the brave com-
mandos who attack enemy positions, and would
would nol Interfere with their stud) oi Torah, t1
say.
it is ii to n ite In it a grov ng num-
ier of yeshiva* do not a\ ill themselves of the
danket exemption, and have made arrangements
for their boys to serve like other youth. Members
)f the Orthodox religious kibbutzim all serve, many
ii them as parachutists, or in other active comb it
units, and call on their brethren in the yeshiva- to
do likewise, and thus bring honor to religious
Jewry, as well as improve the public image of the
Orthodox. The Rambam is quoted as declaring th it
Jews must bear arms in defense of their brethren.
"Even great scholars must serve, and even on the
Sabbath if it is a matter of saving life." he wrote.
The heroic record of the religious youth with
the yarmelkei and the long lideloCks In the Six-
Day War gave many people a new respect for the
Orthodox, but the conflict remains between two
extremes: the secularists are opposed to any privi-
leges whatever for the religious, and the rabbis
maintain that constant study of the Torah strength-
ens Israel's spiritual position, which is no less im-
portant than physical strength.
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BOOK REVIEW By Seymour B. liebman
Efraim's Book By Alfred Andcrsch
A nnoi' translated from the German by Ralph .Mann-
heim fTVwthleday & Co., $6.95i won the Nelly Subs
Prize, this reviewer is neitht r im-
pressed by the book nor by the
translation.
The blurbs on the jacket of a
book are usually for the unwary
and naive, and represent the puff-
ing of a salesman. The blurb on
the Jacket of "Efraim's Hook" con-
tains a truth. It states. "The story
termingle, as In m mory, is in desire." This de-
< quiti < ly the style of the book, We
when ii the book as "ab ml <; r-
ind Jev t yesl lilt and 1
Jt G my. The
As Vie Were Saying; By ROBERT E. SEGAL
Has Moscow
Bought Time?
JOBEL PRIZE winner Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, author
of "The First Circle," has exposed ev ry fibre ol the
cruelty of the New Order structured by Stalin. Brilliant
Russian scientists and other academic-
ians are placing their lives in j. opardy
by speaking up against the new "trea-
son" trials. And by their dramatic de-
cision to modify the death sentences of
Edward KuznetSOV and Mark Dymshits.
Russian jurists may Ik telling the world
they now comprehend Stalin's own ob-
servation: "A single death is a tragedy;
a million deaths are a statistic."
The distant American observer should temper his rejoic-
ing ovei such display of Russian mercy by looking more
carefully at the nature of the commutations. In his 15-
year confinement. Edward Kuznetsov will have little to
eat. Those familiar with Russian prisons say that a maxi-
mum of 900 calories a day will be provided Kuznetsov.
Slow starvation thus replaces the firing squad's bullet.
One imagines that Comrade Lenoid I. Brezhnev's
impulse to get on radio and television to wish the Rus-
sian people a Happy New Year as 1970 bowed out was
a decision inspired by the winds of opinion blowing into
Moscow in connection with the trials for those suspt ;ti d
of thinking about hijackin ne to freedom. In that
unique address, the leader of the Russian Communist
Party asserted that the international position of the
Soviet Union was i never before and the U.S.S.R's
world prestige high. Is he correct?
How can he l>e when men and women throughout
the world are sickened by the hasty trials growing out of
Russian accusations against nearly two score people pos-
sessing the courage to say they wish to leave the land
in which they grew up?
Free men must continue to expose the disdain Russia
is showing for due process. More than that, free men
must join in a demand upon governments everywhere
to strengthen the machinery guaranteeing the right to
emigrate and start new life in a new land.
publisher or book designer apparently did not n
the jacket copy: on the spine of the book under the
title, there appears: "A novel about a man's search
for a young girl, for truth, and for himself."
Th.- book is supiwsed to Ik- the autobiography,
written in novel form, of a journalist born in Ger-
many and sent to England by his Jew ish parents as
a child in 1935. When the author writes, "Lord,
what digressions I've indulged in.i" we can only
say "Amen!" When the fictitious editor in the book
to whom Efraim submitted his manuscript wrote
in the margin. "Come to the point" or "Unnecessary
loss ol pace," we recognize a discerning editor, it :<
i pity that Doubleday didn't have an equally per-
tor.
to lion, there were, of cou
i ..... tor.
Should he trans I thi he a
,i i nal, oi ite th
i
a choice
!.: authoi -
'
;thy
tences with foui or I ndent and unre-
' ts. Here tl if the pond
Faulknerian or Tom Wolfe style pained this
rev iewcr.
A careful copy editor might have suggested
the elimination ol the boring and continuous nam-
ing of streets, right turns and left turns, and the
distances to and from other unknown Streets in
Berlin. Rome and London. These impede a following
of the author's "stream of conscience" style.
It may never ho of great importance in Europe
to learn how clever the author is in opening a pack
of cigarettes; he merely removes a corner of the
top foil. This method is followed by every Ameri-
can who smokes, and it is boring to read a one-
page description of that process. The whole book
seems to deal with the total recall of trivia which
has no purpose i:i being recalled at all.
Panorama:
THE AMERICAN SCENE By: BEN GALLOB
Jobs For Elderlv
A FUSE employment agency for elderlj p >rsoiu
created by a Jewish women's group in San
Antonio. Tex., has made hundreds of pi icements
since it was started two years ago and is continu-
ing to bring applicants and J"l>s together despite
a recent decline in the number of job openings be-
eau-e of the current economic slump.
The Senior Employment Service was started
a: September, 1988 by th' s in Antonio section of
the National Council of Jewish Women after it
found t!-. re w is no such agency in San Antonio
for such job hunters. The current issue of tht
v) i Council W It probien
not
find j when t i i
| th v at
t to fill. '
i by a
NCJW : i
with one pai
Ided
y S
also pro' The NC'.I'A
lion pays the costs ol operations, Including tht
rj of thi ivorki printing, stationery anu
miscellaneous supplies, tot tiling about $2,501'
annually.
Available to any job iver 50. the sen-
ici is free to both applicants and employers. The
volunteers Interview applicants and then classify
them according to interests, ability antl past experi-
ence. In a typical month, the report said, the SES
interviewed 61 applicants, received 46 calls from
employers, made 53 referrals and accomplished 36
placements. ,
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Is Tel Aviv Going To The Dogs?
ACCORDING to a story by
Martha Meisels in the Jeru-
salem P >-t. ti. re are now 4,000
dogs in Td Aviv registered with
the munidi tlity, and a beauty
; irl tr h is been i ipeni d In North
Tel Aviv Where they can get a
hair cut or shampoo.
Two young Israeli bachelor
girls, who love dogs, are the
owners of the business. The new-
Tel Aviv beauty parlor will not
only style the hair of dogs* but
sell d >'- supplies. Most people
mistakenly believe, we are told.
"that lef! over people's food is
good for dogs. Init this is erron-
eous. They are usually too fatty
and salty.' The shop will also
sell special dog candies as well
as clothes for canines.
There has been a great dog
explosion throughout the world.
of course. Instead of adding to
the human population, it seems
many people prefer to have a
dog. (For one thing, you don't
have tO send a (log to college
and the generation gap between
a dog and his owner is not so
great At least, tie dogs floirt
speak about it.i
Western Sews were the first
to bring dogs into Israel. Few
of the oriental Jews hid any,
but oriental Jews are now tak-
ing to them and have become,
it appears, the more passionate
dog lovers.
It looks like every* dag- wifl
have his day in Israel!


*ridcy, January 29, 1971
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LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOT'CE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71.116
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NOTICE UNDER
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NOTICE IS HKRKin (HVKN thai
the underalgned, dealrlng t>> encase In
buaiiiesx under the flctlliou* nume
..f TIOBH LILLY UOlTlyCB at ih-
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123rd Street *L- Btacayne Blvd., .Mi.-inii.
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NOTICE OF
WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE
NOTICE is HEHEBf tilVEN thai
by virtue of I 'hapn r 671 I
HtatutvH Annotated iimii Warehouae-
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ABB VAN LINES ii Florida corpora-
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NOTICE OF ACTION
FLTITION FOR ADOPTION
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THECIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
No. 71.1^26
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
MARIO OONZALEZ,
Plaintiff,
EXTHBR (JONZAIjBZ,
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hours of "ale, mainly between 11:00
forenoon and -':'' In Ihe afternoon at
2136 x \v. 24th Avenue, Miami. Flor-
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hiiinl the above described property of
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No. 71-629
PETITION FOR ANNULMENT
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NOTICE TO APPEAR
Caie No. 70-20788DoV.il
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.'AI'IIXK COHBN. a HinKle woman:
GERALD MAKKOYV ami if married .
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    I ijewislli Flor idian
    Israel's President Shazar
    To Attend Conference
    ! Miami. Florida Friday, January 29, 1971
    Section B
    ADL Leaders Attend
    Three-Day Conference
    MB! A M (JTA) Some
    ,i, j attended the three-
    r.nual meeting held by the
    . < itive committee ol
    j -. ti-Del imation League of
    B i ith
    .- ymour Graubard. ADL na-
    .haitman. made public a
    ilnary report on the recent
    -.unity control" conflict In
    Ni v* York h spitala, ani warned
    the growing radical left
    :,. nl t.u. at.-us New York
    City hospitals with turmoil, dis-
    ruption, Instability and lower
    . i :, saionaJ standard*.
    Because substantial numbers
    i : Jews are in the medical pro-
    fession, Mr. Graubard observed,
    the appearance of anti-Semitism
    distinct possibility, and the
    victims of attempted extremist
    i ,i..i talo < en will lx- targe*
    I .. n 'i predominantly, Jewish.
    The ADL itudy described one
    (.( fit medical organizations, the
    Hi alth I'oli. > Advisory Center,
    as in "independent research and
    ion org mization function-
    as a u la ministry
    h in public, especial-
    ly i as victims of a profit-
    mi al Industrial com-
    I
    at Ion i i lived
    the Mi lie il
    i Humai Rights,
    \ t-lai > 10,000 n
    immitt .I to
    il losti .'. of h
    i i politics
    i. i i ivorker
    Institutions."
    ,\ I | >u| I '. liciuns for
    : -.. iibi 5 it-
    m II .:.- to til
    . it and
    ch< r ind bioli i
    \. ,, .- toi i (ample.
    Student Health Organiza-
    i i in l'.ni.'i. was
    in ghetto munity
    , iv rty-sti icken
    ADL port noted,
    i thai i Heal st idi nts
    involved in it--- summi i
    i jH?t to aid poverl /-strii ken
    l in nine cities, but a
    tn theli thinking has ap-
    i .mi ntly iak n place and the
    organization now leans toward
    i otitical action within the health
    in- jysti
    . : F rst -r. tin- Al >L's
    ...! counsel, told the dele-
    that i irther grants ol
    Jai inesi ait route authority, II
    I nel .al to the United States,
    ukl be explored, but that ne-
    iations are Inappropriate so
    long as Japan Air Lines partici-

    rail iii th Arab < con
    cott ni Israel. H< sees the r.s.
    agi I'm.'at iii negotiate th < ex-
    pansion as an opportunity to Im-
    plement the American govern-
    ment's anti-boycott policy.
    Mr. Forster pointed out that
    Japan Air Lines has consistent-
    ly refused to agree to a civil air
    treaty or mutual landing rights
    arrangements with Israel and
    giving it additional routes would
    be giving tacit support to the
    Japanese boycott. Only pressure
    and public opinion can force a
    Change in Japans policy, he said.
    U.S. Educator Will
    Be Superintendent
    Of Israeli Network
    Rabbi Aaron Paperman, a lead-
    er in the religious educational
    so il- In .v-'-.'i i.-.i for the 1 ist 30
    years, has been appointed to the
    s on of Superintendent of the
    network ol 245 Chinuch Atzmai
    Torah schools in 115 c immunlt
    -i I-- ii bj the Dir.......rate of
    rorah schools for Isr ioI Chi-'.
    .... ....,..-
    -. it di <'
    -,.. \ icric i". I nmitte '.
    i: || rman is h I tied
    . Lsit Miami nd l Jewish
    thro hout the '.'
    States to repoi
    th ;1
    i:.,i,i i in, who was a
    ... U.S. Army dui
    i [1 I as thf ex
    mitivi vice pi
    Y. shh i in Ce lai ; >'' an l
    -. r was |
    the Talmud cal Acadi my of Balti-
    u re. Md. He and his I
    United States rcci ntly to
    .... ... home in
    i,., s he Hi" central of-
    ,: |h i mch Uzmai Tor ih
    , ;,. : icated. Ral M .she
    Fi : n is president ol Tor ih
    si hi >
    Rabbi Addresses Residents
    Rabbi Joseph A Gorflnkel of
    Temple B) th Moshe will address
    residents of Century Towers and
    their friends at 8 p.m. Sunday on
    the subject of "How Much Po
    You Really Know About What
    Judaism Teaches?" An informal
    Ask th Ral bi" dialogue will fol-
    low the formal presentation; Wil-
    ! liam Kustln. cultural chairman of
    the Towers, will preside._____
    inhibits the anl i-canc >r anti-
    b idles is detected early enough,
    it should be possible i i find a
    substance thai will stimulate
    the anti-bodies, she said.
    Dr Tal agreed with her col-
    |i agues th it far more testing
    is needed to confirm the Jeru-
    salem finding*. One of the things
    scientists want to know is wheth-
    er the test would be reliable
    for people in various countries
    and not just for Israelis, since
    the biology of cancer is different
    in different populations and
    whether the preliminary results
    obtained by Dr. Tal will hold up
    when extended to thousands of
    seemingly healthy persons in
    large populations tested by a
    wide vai it ty of laboratories,
    NEW YORK Israel's Presi-
    dent Zalman Shazar Was a<
    an invitation to come to Mian i
    r, aeta for the official Inau
    of the Israi l Bond < trganiz
    ran:;' I tntl '' In-
    ' nfei ce, w hich w ill
    be he Id March 1-6, Sam Ri
    berg, general c
    ... need.
    ; Piimi !
    .VI. n idi a hurrii d visit
    the United States to attei
    Israi IB 'i nizatio i
    tional Leadership Mobilization
    ( onfen i ce, w her 35 i I
    |i aders from the I Initi
    and Canada planned the
    paign to sell an unpn 11
    J1 -' million In State ol Israel
    Hi.nds this y. ar. Mr. Allon d< -
    livered the major address.
    Ira Guilden, president of the
    Israel Bond Organization, pre-
    sided at the session: speakers
    also included Abraham Feln-
    berg. chairman ol the board of
    directors, and Leo Bernstein, ex-
    ecutive vice president. Harold J.
    Goldenberg of Minneapolis was
    elected to serve as chairman of
    thr new campaign planning and
    steering committee.
    Tribute will be paid to Dr.
    Joseph J. Schwartz, who retired
    Ii st Sepb mbei after 15 years as
    .. Ice president an i chk I
    ,,.., i the Israel Bond
    luring the U a
    ural Conferenci hero which will
    : the 1971 campa ft
    Businessman 'Recreating'
    300 Van Gogh Paintings
    - \N !' ^XCIS ) I'-
    Leo Scht i. a Jewisl
    und tm'
    project: 1
    ill SCO paini f fan
    1 >\r .- ", Vii nt vat
    So i i der is c -.; ; '
    Hons '-' pe pie In th -
    irt w irld ly they ai sup
    but he bts that he will be
    to complet all SCO, He t K>k up
    hw unusual hoi by tfter a h
    atfack eight years ig >. Schnei
    who has read everything he could
    about the painter, works for Troy
    if California, a men's wear manu-
    'acturer But Five ni ;hts and e> -
    ery w ekend he is in his st
    In his home here working on an-
    other van Gogh, His objed is not
    pure van Gogh: he gets a little of
    j himself into each painting too
    The famous van Gogh "self-por-
    trait" is noticeably more cheerful
    in th? Schnei I -r tre tment of it.
    ecirance
    r
    Mr. and Mrs. Harry B. Smith, chairmen of Temple Beth
    Shalom's second annual Combined Jewish AppeaUsrae*
    Emergency Fund campaign dinner-dance. hosted he
    v,cmen of Temple Beth Shalom's Committee of Has s tfa
    luncheon meeting to coordinate plans and assign^respon
    sibilitie. for the dinner to be held Saturday, Feb. 6 at the
    Playboy Plaza Hotel. From left are Mrs. ] S-r. Mr.
    Allan Wilson. Mrs. Irwin Teplis. Mrs. Irving Kaplan, who
    Will be honored along with her husband at the dumer. Mrs.
    Harry B. Smith and Mrs. Harold Zinn.
    now in progress
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    All stores open late Friday night. Wonderful
    savings for yourself, your family, your home I
    sorry no mail or phone orders.
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    7 age 2-B
    +Jewi Friday, January 23. 1971
    'Festival For Peace'
    Scheduled Thursday
    h i Dinil
    Minuter G
    u.11 appear ith Lew Nor-
    JAN and UUIAN CART
    I J nd 1 n Barl
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    . tivities '
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    in Mian B Ma -ch i
    6. "iv inference murks the
    i i he annual campaign tor
    the ee world.
    From 1966 to 1968, Mr. DiniU
    Israel's Minister Plenipoten-
    to R ne. He returned to i
    !-n- Washington Embassy In
    - :\ in s as information di-!
    :. until being summoned home
    to give Prime Minister Meir the
    of his expertise on inter-'
    lirs.
    Mr. NiD m tn, noted humorist and
    mteur, will serve as master of
    ceremonies of the festival, expect-
    i to draw an audience of more
    than 3,000.
    He li.is appeared in numerous
    ' r s, suppi clubs and hotels
    the Unite states and C in id i
    ind his one man peformances al
    '.in nd T wn II ills in N<
    louts.
    i r th h [hts of the i
    will be 1 Jan
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    'Priorities in the Synago
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    tabbl Eugene Labovitz.
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    tremelj cl to the original.
    Lodge Meets Monday
    A reg ilar meet in j ol the 11 i .
    i; rshwin Knights ol Pj th is
    . be hi Id Monday at 7:30
    p.m. in the Surfside Community
    Center. >h >r Commai der
    Richai d \V is erm in will p
    >\ er the bus i nda, which
    . ill b Ii vote I largely to the Feb
    S disl rict n it the Roose-
    velt I. h ill, w. Flag-
    r St. Sui i i. ic
    Fitzp il nd Grand i
    I lor will be

    Deborah Chapter Meets v ,... s, .... ilt ,,,. h ,
    The ter Miami ( ha l _^ ,
    h Hospital will hold iwrtment wffl M -
    .,: fuesd ly noon in u ihl is p esi lent.
    THE
    RAVIOLI
    SMILE
    REAL
    ITALIAN
    TAAM.,
    That's what gets the smiles
    rve Chef
    Ar-Dee*Cheese
    I food.Sc .
    is Ravioli? Well, it's like
    kreplachtasty little maca-
    roni pies with zipny Chi
    \n the middle. Then sim-
    mered in thick tomato and
    cheese sauce. M-m-m it's a
    mechayeh! Only about 20c
    per serving.
    : Boy ardee
    CHEESE
    -tavioit
    1 m
    Samuel Reinhard (left\ senior vice president of the Hebrew
    Academy of Greater Miami, is shown with Mr. and Mrs.
    Ben I. Binder, guests of honor at the Academy's recent 23id
    annual scholarship dinner who were recognized for th< ir
    pioneering efforts in pic:nc!ir.g intensive Jewish education
    i:i South Floiida.
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    Is il true that the
    man who invented
    the sandwich had
    a big mouth?
    No. He just knew good food and
    was a natural matchmaker.
    You can bo too.
    Just put your favorite
    sandwich tilling on any of th*
    August Bros breads or
    rolls. They're baked in ar\
    imported Israeli oven.
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    It's August all year 'round
    I


    Friday, January 29, 1971
    *
    '
    +Jml$li ncrldHnun
    Page 3JB
    letters to the editor
    uniTOH. TIip Ji-Misii FlorhUun:
    The sad figure of Rabbi I
    ;i mps because thejr plotted to m-
    :ap nobl acts ol these Ji wa speak
    ralUSbhun2 Rdbbl Lw-i excuses
    !",,>,!t\T:-a. ?.,....lJ;nm .:; explanations. [| Ls
    matter of Justice and l>t?li. f in hu-
    man dignity,
    MAURICE GOLDBJXG
    Miami Beach
    Chug Ivri Meeting Set
    Chug Ivri, the Hebrew spi-akin*;
    group of North Shore,
    Bea :h, will meet Wednesday al
    2 p.m. in the Blue Room of TVmpl
    Mcnornh, Carlyle Avenue and 75t
    Street, Miami Beach. Levi
    ihok wiM leetur on thi pi i
    Hebron, in the r neral curriculun
    5-;
    s to protest the outer} against
    ins oppression of Russian Jews,
    he did so in an open letter to the
    news media. His statement was
    supposed to assure concerned peo-
    ple and governments that Jews In
    the Soviet Union are well-off and
    do not need outside help.
    For this unique act ot treason,
    the Rabhi is more to lie pitied than
    condemned. One can understand
    the pressures and dangers to which
    h must he exposed as leader of a
    h ited and maligned minority group
    behind the Iron Curtain.
    The use of this broken, scared <
    old mart a< a tool In the hands of
    his Communist masters is obvious.
    I Is a tragic figure in the greater
    ma i spiritu il leader who
    h prostitute I himsell to his -
    sters.
    One need on!
    vords Id man to the
    | I thou
    i to under;

    i daily i isk th ir 1" s bj
    i
    he .' (ws vvh i ii" '
    i -! ivi Ic ith ol 5o\ li I
    noble who survive, bui only
    noble can survive with honor.
    the
    The similarity between the N izi's
    and tin- Communist's att mpts to
    i .i ws as icapegoats, and their
    use of puppets to camouflage their
    attempts at genocide, is striking.
    The notorious Goel>l>e!s. during the
    Nazi holocaust, used the Red
    Cross by Inviting them to concen-
    tration camps which were specially
    prepared for their visit. Even the
    victims of these disguised extermi-
    nation camps were forced to assist
    with the deception and ultimately
    their own destruction. So too, is
    Rabbi Levin, and others in Mos-
    cow, forced to participate In the
    di sti uctl >n of their own pc iple
    ^ ftor the Nazi exp \ hu-
    - \ I er will
    iled bv the current S -
    ..... I. O Ol
    I rul n Puss
    t poo]
    in it Ion o
    . .
    I
    Miami Municipal Judge Harvey I. Reisman (right) is shown
    being sworn in as Metropolitan Dade County's newest
    Commissioner by Circuit Court Judge Francis X. Knuck.
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    EDITOR, The Jewish Florldlan:
    i
    The reply of Arnold I,. Feiner
    to an article written by columnist
    Edward Cohen in his column of
    Jan. 15, is both illogical and factu- j
    ally incorrect.
    It seems that Mr. Feiner takes
    issue with Mr. Cohen in his con-1
    tention that some of our "talk
    shows" are extremely anti-Semitic,
    violently anti-democratic, and im-
    bued with a strong tone of vigilant-
    ism and fascism.
    Mr. Feiner also takes exception
    i to Mr. Cohen's suggestion that
    i some sort of censorship should be
    impost d on this virulent form of
    one oi the manifestations of incipi-
    ent fascism.
    ! If he to k this position, Mr. Co-
    tot ally c >rn cl.
    It is to t
    il to simplj
    speech, as well
    is beii
    in Iil n.
    If I recall
    il Su-
    Courl .1 istic W
    Holmes v
    :
    when
    thi re if i i fire, that er
    a court ited
    and si nt to prison,
    Mr. F,Miter's last I ; his letter talks i b tut the Holo-
    caust.
    If, in the late twenties and i arlj
    thirties. Germany, under the Wei-
    mar democratic constitution, would
    have taken steps to muzzle and
    outlaw the growing Hitler move-
    ment, not worrying about liberal
    cliches, there would have been 1 --
    likelihood of a Hitler period and
    the i nsuin; Holoc tust.
    HERMAN llllit.K I
    N'orth Miami Beach
    There Are 2 ..til V oting I'ouoli s
    Who Are Packed send lt< ailv To
    Move To Israel!
    ill T TREY ri.VT t
    They fan." says EZRAS TOllAll
    wilh the hclo of G-d AMI VOI
    The EZRAS TORAH HOUSING PROJECT
    in Israel provides housing for the future leaders
    of our people. How can we fail such a call?
    Learn all about what is happening .
    come fo an open meeting at the home of:
    Mr. and Mrs. Murray Berkowitz
    3480 Sheridan Avenue
    Miami Beach .on
    Wednesday evening, February 3
    at 8:00 P.M.
    RABBI DAVID LIFSCHITZ, one of the foremost
    sages of our time, Rosh Yeshivah at
    Yeshivath Rabbi Isaac Elchanan, will be
    Our Honroded speaker
    PLEASE COME!
    Chairmen: Rabbi Alexander Gross,
    Rabbi Dr. Tibor H. Stern, Rabbi Dr. Berel Wein
    The
    Calm Cruise
    for Harried
    Husbands
    *
    The trouble with most cruises is that everyone else, seems
    to be in a frenzy, especially the ship's social director.
    Party-party-party. Funny little hats. Bingo until mid-
    night, cha-cha and rum punches until dawn. Hurry up
    for breakfast, then three laps around the "B"
    deck. The ship will dock in five minutes, and we'll
    be in port for only an hour so enjoy all the
    sights ashore and rush back by 10:15 or you'll
    miss the boat. It doesn't sound like fun to us,
    either. Which is why we've developed the
    T/V Santa Maria Calm Cruise Plan ("T/V"
    stands for "Turbo-vessel" which means
    we're about the smoothest thing afloat).
    Every month we sai I from Ft. Lauderdale's
    Port Everglades, taking the calm Sun-
    shine Route, and 27 days later we're
    backhaving shown you such fabulous
    ports of call as the Canary Islands, Ma-
    deira, V'go, Lisbon, La Guaira and Cur-
    acao. There you'il see the national flags
    of Spain, Portugal, Venezuela and the
    Netherlands Antilles. But aboard ship, the
    queen of the Portuguese fleet, you'll find an
    unhurried but never boring world of unmatched
    cuisine and luxurious surroundings and very,
    very pleasant people. If 27 days sounds like too
    much time to rest, shop and sightsee, we can
    show you how to sail one way and fiy the other.
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    Page 4-B
    Jmlst) ncrfdOan
    Friday. January 29. 1971
    Simcha Dinitz To Confer
    Shalom Award on Newmarks
    Tlie presidents and Israel Rond
    chairman of all of the Labor Zion-
    ist-Farband group* and all chap-!
    - >t the Pioneer Women met
    this wei'k at tho Israel Bond ol-
    fice i > complete plans tor the an-
    nual Labor Zionist-Farband and
    Pioneer Women-Israel Dinner of
    Si ite which will take pi io Satur-
    lay evening, Fob. 6. in the Fon-
    Hoon) of the Fontainebleau
    Hotel. The festive evening will be-
    i n with a reception at 7 o'clock.
    Music will be provided by tne
    L tiny Dawson Society Orchesti
    Coming to Miami tor the occa-
    - is His Excellency Sii ten i
    political advisor to Prime
    Minister Golda Meir. Mr. Dinitz
    will confer the State of Israel
    Shalom Award upon Mr, and Mrs.
    irk.
    Dinner chairman Moe Levin and
    Mrs. Harriet Green, president of
    the Greater Miami Council of Pio-
    neer Women, rejwrted that all in-
    it ions point to a record-break-
    attendance at this year's din-
    ni r, during which Mr. and Mrs.
    Morris Newmark will be honored
    for their many years of dedicated
    :\ ice. leadership and generosity
    on behalf of Israel.
    Heading the preparations tor
    the dinner with Mr. Levin and
    Mrs. Green are Rabbi Leon Kron-
    :sh. honorary chairman, Joseph J.
    Zuckerman, Mayshie Friedberg
    n I I3"rnard Gingold, ochairmen
    i Sam Feinstein, Trustee of
    Israel.
    TTi > are being assisted bv Mrs.
    Etta Seiden. president, and Mrs
    Sarah Kunin. Rond chairman of
    ine Aviva Chapter; Mrs. Gertrude
    Sohn, president ol Club No. L;
    Mrs. Betty Citron, president of j
    neret Chapter; Mrs. Frances
    Paekar, pre&klent, and Mrs. Ida
    Bookspan, Bond chairman of Club
    No. -': Mrs. Jennie Meyer, presi-
    dent of Coral Gables Chapter: Mrs.
    Faye Bruckcr, president, and Mrs.
    l.eah Podolsky, Rond chairman of i
    the Eilal Chapter: Mrs. Katherine
    Lippman, president, and Mrs. Fan-
    :. Bond chairman of Gol-
    11 Melr Chapter; Mrs. Fanny Gib-
    son, president, and Mrs. Anna
    Chaet, Bond chairman of the Beb
    [delson Chapl >r; Mrs. M itilda
    Sandli r, presi lent of K tdimah
    Cn ipter; Mrs. Rae Hornstein,
    ; sidenl of Shalom Chapter; Mrs.
    m Divis, president of Sharon
    Chapter; Mrs. Aida Hei man, pres-
    i. and Mrs. Sue Cooper, Rond
    chairman of Miramar Chapter;
    Mrs. (; ihiie Baron, presid 'nl of
    the Hi-Rise Tikvah Chapter, and
    Mrs. Betty Klein, Rond chairman
    of the Chai Club.
    Judge Receiving Good
    Citizenship Award
    At the recent Council of Admin-
    istration meeting of the Ladies
    Auxiliary. Department of Florida,
    Jewish War Veterans of the U.S.A..
    held in Tampa, it was announced
    that Judge Ellen James Morpbon-
    i is will be the recipient of the De-
    part::!, nt of Florida's 1971 Good
    Citizenship Award.
    The presentation will be made at
    a 1 p.m. Friendship Tea, Sunday,
    Feb. 21, at the Balmoral Hotel. Bal
    Harbor. Mrs. Justine Abramowitz,
    Department of Florida president.
    will greet the distinguished guests.
    : ship Tea chairman will be
    Mrs. Ceil Steinberg.
    Cavalcade Of Stars
    A (' n ale Ic if Si rs" will be
    sente I bj S tuth l-"l iri ia Coun-|
    cil of Chil Asthi R 'search
    Institul an i Hospital Tu sday,
    F. i). 9, at 11:30 a m n th PI ty-
    boy Plaza H tel, 54th Stn t on
    the Oct in, M i. Guest of
    honor w!!l b P > '
    3 Leaders To Be Honored
    As Outstanding (Citizens
    William HABER
    Modern ART Collection
    AUCTION
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    Phone 538-2503
    SUNDAY, FEB. 7th 2:00 P.M.
    Picasso, (,lia<;ull. Buffet, Miro, Calder,
    Rayo. Ret, Silva, Dali. Jansem, Tarrago,
    \ asarely. (iat, Renoir, Goya, Reinhrandt, others
    Exhibition starting Friday 'til sale
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    DISCONTINUED STYLES BLEMISH
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    635-7906
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    WHOLESALE WAREHOUSE
    FACTORY PRICES
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    Three prominent Dade County
    eivic leaders Mr*. Robert <-
    Sidney Ansin and Dan
    Paul will be honored I
    Miami Efc ach T.'M'.'V rji v
    tion Si the Fontain.
    Hotel.
    Sei( cl if the three c immun-
    ity worki i ihi si I
    the EJe ich group has hon ired n iri
    than on p uoh as outstanding
    :i ..i t!:.' ye '
    Mrs Grcei has I as ch lir-
    man of more than 3 I balls
    .,,; ,i i Fl ir
    Ida. She has bei n ictive in the
    National C
    'I:. I "
    ; ..-.'
    ind mi.:
    Mi .'. esidenl
    ' '. in, i.- :i '
    dent of the Greater Mi
    Commission. He ha b
    in the United Fun.I ty, Greater Mii.nn Jewish i-.u..
    ' m ol the Bis Brothers "f Greal r
    NI..f: ill.
    Paul is Ml ntt!if!l''y WtlO *1 S
    been active In numi i ous go\
    mental bodies and helped to di
    Metropolit in ftade Coun'j
    ;ha!:'.-.
    E. Albei t Pall >i served .< i
    selection committee rha rir.j-'i. !' i
    Wimbieh, M ai B ach rea I
    .*;ii be Inst died as presl lent
    the Taxpavei s' As I it' m. VJ
    i nt! taki ig oific Fin I
    i. Li hte Mi Richard Met
    M s Da- id M II Mr. Paul
    i i' .ul M .".; i .1
    . isurer and Sara lv.
    u t is secrel > Mrs. Mcr
    irman.
    Mi imi H<-ral tor Don-Sh
    mal p als. with : irm r 5
    Harrj Cain n- master 'f cemnoi
    ios. The banqm i will mark t!
    organization's 20th anniveM
    Sisterhood Luncheon Held
    A hot fish plutter was on the
    menu at the January luncheon
    held by the Beth Moshe Sister-
    hood in Popiel Social Hall recent-
    ly. Mrs. Fred Blank was chairman
    of th" January Circle. Hostesses
    Included the Mesdames Bud Breit-
    bart, Harry Gilbert, Selma Hollen-
    dar, Max Heiken, Betty Kal Har-
    old Klusky, Ann Lifshin, Bertha
    Lewis, Minna Richman. Howard
    Richman, Lillian Marrow, Arlene
    Kaufman, Mitizle Oiffer, Seymour
    Packard and Sidney L. Schoen.
    RESERVE
    These Dates
    NOW!
    ISRAEL HISTADRUT FOUNDATION
    proudly announces its sixth annual international
    MID-WINTER CONFERENCE
    honoring
    AMB. ARTHUR J. GOLDBERG


    .
    ALL SESSIONS AT THE FONTAINEBLEAU HOTEL, MIAMI BEACH
    MONDAY NIGHT, FEB. 15th.
    Opening Session, Featuring
    U.S. SENATOR MIKE GRAVEL of Alaska
    and
    JACOB KATZMAN
    Secretary General of FARBAND
    TUESDAY AFTERNOON, FEB. 16th.
    ANNUAL FORUM ON PERSONAL FINANCIAL PLANNING
    AND ISRAEL'S ECONOMIC FUTURE WITH
    Consul General REHAVEAM AMIR of ISRAEL
    Dr. SOL STEIN of New York
    WEDNESDAY EVENING, FEB. 17th.
    GALA AWARDS BANQUET
    with
    Amb. GOLDBERG and Rabbi LEON KRONISH
    William H. Sylk / rtoiocNT
    Noraan J. Kasser
    Morris Laage
    CONFERENCE
    CO-CHAIRMEN
    FOR RESERVATIONS
    TELEPHONE
    538-1231 538-3101
    ,
    HESTADRUT HEADQUARTERS
    Suite 214 One Lincoln Road Building
    Miami Beach, Florida 33139
    DINNER TICKETS: $10 a Person
    DELEGATE FEE: $3 a Person, including admission to
    Monday and Tuesday Sessions
    INDIVIDUAL SESSIONS: $2 a Person
    -"*M^.l^


    '
    .
    Jewish Florid J-l-E
    Seagoing Committee Plans
    the UJoman g ll/or/J israe! Study Mission Sisterhood's Arl Auction
    Friday, January 29. 1971
    Mm Stein Will Lead
    10,000 Heart Volunteers
    A '. ing mother of two, who Is nounccd by James W. McLamore,
    \ tmillar ivith hear! disease, chairman of the board of Burger
    has '' n selected chairman oi the King Corp., who is general chair-
    n .i i of th.' Hearl Fund < impaign.
    As i: -art S inday chairman, Mrs,
    S ein m ill !> the over ill coordi-
    nal i] ire th in 10,C 10 v ilun-
    lee w ho will collect c intribu-
    on Heai I
    Sund \ .' In ition-
    Wl l- |
    ch I'ducal i : mn-
    of th A-
    i. in Hcarl As i I >n.
    Mi Ste i). h .
    involved with Ihe He in As ici i-
    heart diea I
    hi Marty, a
    :-ither, kn iw's bi ttei I i in m isl
    p ople h iw (!,a istii g the lui
    il he hi diseas
    A slend t bcunette. well-ki
    to many of the area's women's
    chilis as a Heart Ass ici lion sp rak-
    er, Mi s. Sti in*s subject is "Diet
    and Your Heart." in which she ex-
    plains how low efioli sterol e iting
    habits can lower the risk of heart
    disi ise \ Mi imi resident for 16
    us (she attended th,- Univer-
    sity of Miami), Mrs. St.-in is the
    mother ..f Michael, 8. and Richard.
    ' ix.
    ---------------Mrs Bernard Gingold has he-n
    Paae 5-B solt>c*od as one of 33 t >r> Pioneer
    '______ Women leaders who will partici-
    M< mbers of the Temple Emanu-
    '.] Sist .hood art committee went
    to sea to hold their initial meet-
    ings for the Miami Beach congre-
    gation's annual art auction, sched-
    uled Feb. 7 at 2 p.m. A champagn
    preview party is slated Feb. -4:
    this year's program is titled "W
    derful World of Arts, '71."
    Seagoing committee members
    who were guests of Mrs. Michael
    Taines on the yacht Castle 1. in-
    cluded Mrs. Al Podvin, Sisterhood
    president, and Mrs. Fredic Mill
    cult iral arts \ice president.
    Others taking pai i i\ re M .
    Leonard Friedland and Mrs Wil-
    liam Pite, co-chairm -n oi the ...
    MRS. ItNNYt STEIN
    1971 :' irt ^nUy appeal In Dade
    ' The appointment of Mrs
    I B. Ste n 33, of 52S Vit-
    We., C )i" il Gables, was an-
    Technion Chapter
    Meets At Temple
    K >j W ixl is M mb n ship"
    v the laminating theme I
    ' M ni Chapter W miens Di-
    v Society I n T
    I'tini nni petiti lunch
    r i u ly, I b il
    17 \' 19th St.
    M .! national as-
    tre i .: : n, will
    I mcl Ms
    Me; B-skii men i
    in, 1 i ir l
    i i
    i Dr H >' '.
    A '.:'' nss "1 fj nni s's
    To .] fo Dru Withdraw-
    : m the B idi n i
    ittl C 1 Mil I
    wnr ne 1 i
    Ml 'l.i .1 i
    iii > 11 fo1' >v D \ .' msoi
    i ti d w th rv B 'e "' i
    larks in Memorial Hos il i
    l' tig i
    Mi Harry L, \rons m Is -v-
    ha! nan al the day; M
    Ma tir Spect n is Dresid"n1 of th>'
    R -. ,: "is and -
    ai a- i ii.i by c illln
    Miss Ann WoUman.
    Millers Host Reception
    After Tucker9! Concert
    M .nd Mrs. David Milto wi'l
    repti >n in their Mils in
    ! om f.. Richard Tucker
    i ..... '! a c mcerl at Teniol
    h olo1 i M 'ii l ty everin<. Th .
    hi I pat: ins of the Beth
    P 'Olo ( tall re n Trie Arts -
    b h be d to at tend;
    '' Dru ''.! Is chnl
    i thi ....... ins with h "'
    I K rzln and James S
    . p.- Mr, i
    .' nas Brotman, Mr. and '
    > thi Coursh m, Mr. an I Mi
    .11.-' ir ion i Mrs. Jack
    D G irdon, M kHartle; Mrs.
    Meyi Kot r Mr u d Mrs Da\ 6
    Miller, Mr. n t Mrs, Julius Ser
    Mr, ii .v B. Smith, Mar-
    tin Steiner, Irwin Te
    Rstdf r^h4i:"C?!r.
    'Sisterhood Sahhath"
    At Temple Jiulea
    Temple Jtidca Sisterhood mem-
    ben will conduct the worship
    si iAi.es Friday at s p.m. and pre-
    sent an original program arranged
    h.. Mis. Morris Kipper and Mrs.
    Korschun for its
    "Sisti rhoo I Sabl ath" ith music
    bj : he Sistei I -i choir under the
    ion oi 'ai >r Rita Shore.
    The \ >ning's theme u. I bi
    I Ji '. is M v. omei History"
    ind specia I
    by Sisl bers .. ill be
    I during t;i" I >ne
    follow \
    3On2 ^Xfnmial
    MIAMI
    ANTIQUES SHOW
    FEBRUARY 4-5-6-7
    BAYFRONT AUDITORIUM
    5th STREET at BISCAYNE BLVD.
    ALL EXHIBITS FOR SALE
    Admission $1.50
    HOURS 1:00 lo 11:00 PM
    All Merchandise Shown For The First Time
    committee, and the Mi sd imi -
    :> t K ... :. uis B inim, I
    Dinlsmen. Peter F. Heli B
    nard D. Kapl in, In in-; Leh
    Lest< M d Saul J,
    zan.
    Craig Lan \
    W am Ifabi r
    ompanied the
    bers. Pn c
    and arl show
    T-rhr" an I >....
    Emanu-El.
    r 'present i
    Art Gallery, ic-
    committee n -
    from the auct
    will bei '.' '
    Si hool of Ti n
    Mrs. Harry A. I.'\y and M -.
    an Kapl in h ive be i
    co-chairmen >' tii champ
    wrty, which will feti patrol
    . :.-
    MIS. BERNARD GINGOLD
    iate '.'. n's N ,-ional
    i.< it.' sh SI i ly Mission In Isi
    month.
    The gro ip of Club and Council
    i I rs fi m throughout the United
    States will depart on Feb. U and
    return Feb. 25. During their two
    weeks in Israel they will attend
    briefings, be received at the pres-
    ident's house, tour the country
    and Visit many of Pioneer Wom-
    en's installations throughout the
    nation including day-care centers,
    vocational schools. Community
    Centers, Arab women's c'.ubs, kin-;
    dergartens and nurseries all
    j of which are supported by Pioneer;
    'Women efforts in the United
    St ites.
    Mrs, Gingold's career with Pio-
    neer Women spans almost 40 years
    in three areas of the United
    States, beginning in Chicago in
    i 1932. Mrs. Gingold's positions
    h ith the Chica fo Coun .1 Pio-
    neer Women inclu led th it of
    pres lent. From 1963 to 1967, she
    en " tirman oi the '- Ai gel C tun
    :l. and she curi ntly sei a
    Ivisor I Pi "I '.- VV
    nf S th 1
    Mrs. ling i!d 'i I hi r hu
    Bei ; eader in !/
    bor Zionist i per-
    .....: 'ntly in M Bca
    Looking at one of the pictures to be exhibited at Temple
    Emanu-El's annual art show are Mrs. William Pite, (left)
    Mrs. Fredric Miller, Mrs. Lester Mishcon and Craig Lamb
    of the William Haber Gallery. The "Wonderful World of
    Art, '71," will be held Feb. 5-7 with the auction on closing
    day.
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    Friday, January 29. 1971
    3 Prominent Businessmen
    Accept l-F Chairmanships
    m me msiaaauon ol trie Savings and Loan
    Public Relalicns Society of South Florida
    cfiicers, held recently at the Carillon Hotel.
    cue uiom ieit to right) Dave Runkel, Cal
    Lor.qacre. Dave Smith, Vivian Decker, Gene
    Key and Allan Tubbs.
    Vivian Decker Elected By Yehuda Avner
    Public Relations Society Beth Sholom's
    Special Guest
    * pres-
    Fed al Sn\
    Association is the new
    . the Savings ind Loan
    I nil!. Ri I tions Society ol South
    . She was installed at
    inquet al thi n Hotel,
    ;ii Arnie Warren ol WGBS guest
    .- n iker and installing otfic r.
    MiM Decker succeeds W. Bent-
    > i Slass, ice ptesidi :it of Citizens
    ,1 i, He wai prea inted with
    s second past president's plaque
    y mother former president, Rlch-
    C Schulman of Biscayne Fed-
    L
    Others taking office include v
    Ian Tubbs of Hollywood Federal,
    j. i;, ne k > of Southi rn
    Federal, Pompano, treasurer; and
    Dave Smith. American Savii
    Cil Longacr.?, First Federal ol
    !- Lauderdale; and Have Runkel.|
    Community Federal of Riviera
    Beach, vice presidents for their
    n snectivc count
    I Decki r is the second wom-
    an within two yi an to head the
    organization. Kay Fahringer of
    Dade Federal was president two
    years ago. Mori Fremon was pre-
    sented with a special plaque bj
    Mr, G
    Jewish War Veterans Auxiliaries To Hold
    Nominations And Elections Next Week
    \ v l] teers si rvicing
    \ Hospital
    patients this week will
    ; IV. n 1 7 1
    . :
    H
    i 273 Th :
    I h the VA
    Satui I W
    ij i 7 p.m., the Hat ry H. Cohen
    - and Auxiliary will entertain
    . | tients in tl I ospital's audi-
    I W( -' Miami Auxiliary
    . ill hold a recreation hall party
    h games and pi izes,
    Mrs .Mae Schreiber, president,
    . ill preside over the regular busi-
    es meeting and nomination of
    i71-72 of liens for Norman BfOM
    l.rown 174 Tuesday evening at the
    :; ilar mHug place. 4601 W.
    : lagler St.
    W.-Kt Mia-ini 213 will nominate l
    Its officers for '71-'72 at its regu-I
    ii meeting in the home of Goldy
    Tessler, 7035 SW 19th St., Thurs-;
    i Fi b. 1. Mrs. Kulh Uurman is
    resident.
    Murray Solomon MS will hold
    s business meeting at Temple
    . nora Tut sday al 8:15 p.m. Firs!
    ominations of officers \\ill be
    voted on. Mrs, Judith Hlitt is the
    ident.
    Miami Beach S60 lias scheduled
    gpi i iul Aid to Israel fund-ra
    ..-it at the Washington Federal.
    14 Washington Ave., al 8 p.m.
    iday under the chairmanship of
    , '.. ',; rig, Mrs. Max Kern, sa-
    il il si nlor vice pn sident, is
    rving as program chairman. The
    group will vote on 1971-72 officers
    i its business meeting Thursday
    - p.m, al 1828 Alton Rd. Minnie
    loppen, president, will preside.
    1 our 1-r.edoms 402 will hold a
    - ind-ralsing card party si Four
    FreedoOH House. :'.800 Collins
    m at i:>:30 p.m. Thursday. Mrs.
    torothj Singer is presktant.
    Mrs. Marjorii McSherry, pres-
    lei i. will preside at the board
    ; of Col. David Marcus 746
    al s p.m. Wedncsdaj i1; Parkway
    i ital.
    Victor H. Freedman 818's regu-

    :
    10 p.m. W with
    I I.
    t the i
    rs,
    Hialeah-Miaml Springs <;xi will
    hold its a inual L icky n isi
    .;, aw Ing S 10:30 a.m. in
    the home of Mrs. Sydell Levitch,
    Mrs. Lillian Newman is president.
    aim* Horowitz 882 Tost and Aux-
    iliary "ill hold a Saturday evening
    Las Vegas Nite" at Unified Hall.
    2300 NE 171st St. Mrs. Rickie
    Cohen, president, will preside at
    the 8 p.m. Thursday board meet-
    ing in I'nifkd Hall.
    A Harry H. Cohen 723 Post and
    Auxiliary committee will visit the
    ! South Florida State Hospital Sun-
    day, present some of the patients
    ; with small persons] gifts and serve
    coffee and doughnuts. Mrs. Shirley
    Tragash is Auxiliary president.
    Yehuda Avner, Firs! Secretary
    of the Embassy of Israel in Wash-
    ington, D.C., will be the special
    guesl speaker al Temple Beth
    Sholom's Combined Jewish Appeal-
    Israel Emergency Fund campaign
    dinner-dance, which will !* held
    Saturday evening, Feb. 6, at the
    PI yboy Plaza Hotel.
    A member of Israel's Foreign
    Service. Mr. Avner has served as
    Consul of Israi I in New York City.
    In Jerusalem, he served as Direc-
    tor of Political Publications in the
    Ministry for Foreign Affairs and'
    was also at one timi assigned as
    English Secretary to Prime Min-
    is! -r Le\ i Eshkol.
    Mr. ml Mrs. Harry IV Smith,
    ch lirmi n of Temple B th Shol-
    s 1971 CJA-ll an-
    ' n. une .! t'n It th -I- of ho
    will he Mr, an I
    I, in B K i will
    their j
    i
    !
    r
    r ..j,. b 'i Sho
    man
    of the 1971 r.l \-'.<- lign,
    tzii presid nl of the
    hi. ilso isstu d a joinl
    nenl ol Mr. and Mrs.
    M ii". in Cooper's ac septance <>f the
    !i iii a. in ship "f the t -mple's Initial
    Gifts Division in the 1971 cam-
    paigi .
    Thomas C. Wasmuth, chairman
    of the board I Burdini 's Dep
    mei tores, has a
    chairmanship ol th Sp
    Committi for the 1S71 c
    ol th( Unit d Fund of D
    iy, Robert H. Fitc, c in
    man, h is anno incc l Mi W
    muth, 19\ Cfl npai eh in o!
    ,|,.. i | Executivi Pi n in
    1968- 9 i< in Executive Com
    tee in mbi r nl
    la Council of the Boy
    Ann rii i Iruste
    dr.- iter Miami '' >aliti >n, tw i
    the 43 local agei -
    the Un I >: Fund
    M -. Fite '.- ann ui I that
    John B. Andersen, v
    of s iles and S 'rvic I sten
    Airlines. |i s ace -pted thi
    h r, in il Pul lie R
    Commitl e. Mr An le pi served
    as ch iii man i I the P
    Exi i mil tee in the
    U-F c imp ii 'u '.
    ch ilrman dui in th '
    pa i.
    Lawrence B. Sheffey, \ Ic pros-
    idenl and South Florida manager
    , 5 uthern Bi 1! Telephoi
    [\ iph Co., h is again ace 'pted
    eh irmanshipof the Loaned Ex u-
    tive Program for the 1071 cam-
    paign of the United Fund of Dadi
    County, the same commitl......
    which h was chairm in djring the
    1970 campaign.
    Mr, Sh 'ffey, also sensed as ch iir-
    man of the United Givers Fund in
    \ i., |e, ch rman of tha Mid-
    ,'!,. ; Hear! Ass iation
    ,,: the USO
    \ ricui Red Cross
    Art Preview Set
    it Beth Sliolom
    Friday Ennui"
    Ari Israel from the L n
    \ will be |
    iew after
    . Beth Sho day
    . p.m.,
    ,-,!' Dv
    i Fink
    g L.ue-
    :. 11 Ik :>.
    The Lim '!' !"
    a
    Is-
    lt it iest to the Am r-
    ican seem This i I i up-
    - ,l bj the Israeli Office of
    ition. Jerusalem's Mayor
    i i |j i; il n I othei pi rs mal -
    tie*.
    Over 500 works of art were Be-
    ted and. judged by a Co
    ,. [si u |i 11 jritlcs and experts;
    the collection as a whole is con-
    sidered Ol P of the finest in the
    field ol all.
    During the international tour,
    the lam Gallery has had shows
    ,11 over the United states spon-
    sored by the Israeli Consulstes
    mil considered as special cultural
    event* bv all the communities,
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    Evening At Jai-Alai
    Harmony Chapter No. 101t'.. R'nai
    B'rith Women, has arranged for
    dinner and reserved seats Tuesday
    evening al the Miami Jal-Alal
    Fronton with proceeds going for
    B'nai B'rith charities. For reser-
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    Mr. and Mrs. Sidney D. Ansin, Mr. and Mrs. Leon J. EM,
    Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Friedland, Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Harris,
    Mrs. Anna Hellman, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Myers,
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    Mrs. Aliza Brenner at Volpe Tours Inc. 532-7326
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    FOURTH ANNUAL
    SCHOLARSHIP DINNER
    Sunday, Jan. 31, 1971, 6 P.M.
    DuPont Plaza Hotel
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    Friday. January 29, 1971
    pJenist fStrudliiciim
    Page 7-3
    Formal Consecration For 70
    Temple Emanu-El Students
    Some 70 First-grade students of
    i !! 1 ::ri:iu-Kl's I.cin-n.iu I > lj
    S rhooi and Afternoon Relig
    Sch > will be formally conso-
    rrated to thv study of Torah, s
    i iy morning in the Temple
    Sanctuary.
    The cons crants will present ;i
    nl ; i entitled "What Is Torah?"
    compiled and directed by Trb<
    Levin and Mycr Silverman with
    Hebrew preparation by Mrs. Nor-
    ;" :ik and Mrs. Meir Romer,
    and moajeal direction by Shmuel
    Fer*hko and Mrs. Rachel Lotan.
    i ;:> following students will be
    consecrated by Rabbi Irving Lehr-
    man:
    \..\- ClMM ...in- Ainnum, 1 iiun.
    I:, luff, P;i\ rl lllrenl>num llrian I
    ) n. Mitchell Cole, Andre* ('miration,
    li
    ' >rj DlekHteln, Barbara i\
    Norman Kink.1st. m Koherl lialen
    Carla (Jennet, Henry (}. ret, :. j,.:, ,, ,'.
    1 "'"I'll ]|. ; ,;., |d ,;,,,..
    don, Keith i Irumer, Rratlli \ i |
    Holti Ubj Kalner, Randy
    i.n. Karukin, Robin Mnrt?o-
    On. Pellcln linn-;,. I.:niv I', ilh.ru,
    Bon lUchter, Scott Beharf, Wayne
    Soanln, Chnrlen Stein, Bharl T.i't.i-
    baum, David Truohln, Jean, tie Weln.
    and Mlcha. H
    Afternoon Rellginui. School: Mm.lv
    Abr.....ran, .\vj Ardittl, Uremia llena-
    Ad> lten-T>ror, Stacy Benjamin,
    Siifun Henrey, Marc Roaem, Sanford
    Boa, hi. Scott lirown, Jeffrey Cohen
    | trli > Conley, |i. horah Prank, I Kami
    Vdam niaxer, Joel Ore.
    Andrea Cropper, Ueth Hlraeh, Danl-el
    Koiiin, Faith Lelfman, Oallt 1-evln,
    I >a> ..I Lev i'ii-.. Bara I.IV St
    Meclow, Mark Meyera, Allaa Ortega,
    Piann Pinctia, Buaan Popper, Went I
    I 1 Aurenci Roi nthaL I tebnrah
    RoKMman, Mark Rott, Ja.iel Savelle,
    Shulamite Sllberbenr. Xadlne Su --.i
    Kllei White, Rachel Yah.....nicy, Fan
    i' emu and David On enbi rg
    5-A
    Richard Tucker Recital In
    JNF "Tag Day" chairman, Mrs. Beulah Davis
    (front center) poses with "Tag Day" award
    recipients Mae Bockman, Mrs. Budowsky,
    Hannah Finn, Dora Goldman. Mrs. Eugene
    Hcrtman, Mrs. Gus Heyman, Ether Roche,
    Sarah Rubel. Sylvia Rubel, Malka Shklair.
    Lillian Sklow, Velma Soos, and Rose Marcus
    Temple Belli Sholom Sen. Ribicoff Is NCJW Luncheon Guest Speaker
    . Tucker, tenor, >\:!'
    his ;'.. tyl tmi ol th<
    seas mi pie Bi th .
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    T i- r will :
    "Chi inut" and Yiddisl H !
    anrt-EilfcUlM talk son
    Mr TjjcJj '", w ho n c 'nl lj
    brated li s 25th annb irj t th
    M''UIjotrrsrJ- (>> mi Comp ny's
    ir.'u&u; t. nor started his musical
    c r*r at the i ".' ol ilx is i boy
    .ii'.gi- tin AJtau Si n l Sj
    on f '"' YonPs lower E si Side
    1 le Sv i pursuing his r n i t
    C rri"' th \h;\ '
    Cenyr uiien Paul Althouse, the
    celajrated Metrop ilitan l
    i. nm ol thai Hme, | e le I I
    Ih it n i lark tble cif's might
    usefl to sing unto the Lord a i *
    .urn." in the great operatl "or
    of jerdi and Puccini Tl e j tunR
    CaAor, virtually unknown and
    unhjr rna le his Metmnol tan
    Oper: .! 'ml in J 1911.
    Ticki : the Tucker < I
    '. 13 I"- nl taiw il at the Temple
    the Mia l ach Radio
    ny, 1229 I. ncoln R I
    : 11
    i
    g 1 Mrs. 1 ' -
    he Temple's O
    e Eli K
    s S. Kt rocha
    M Jon 1- '11 otm in, Mr
    \ Arthui 1' irsh in, Mr.
    J ick Conr ihon, Mr Mrs
    lack !> G irdon, M -. Jack Hart-
    Mrs M > K itler, M
    Millor, Mrs. Irving
    , M rid Mis. Julius Ser
    n l Mrs. Harry B. Sn
    Sl er and Mrs, Irw n
    lie chairm n; Rabbi
    h, (' mt > n ivid i 'i m-
    VI Milt m S Malakol r.
    \. secret iry.
    list to r in the
    1 1 I'll K il chst in,
    I, ','. ho will ; r on
    1 13
    Las Vegas Party Feb. 13
    Temple A
    1025 N E Mi imi G r-
    ? .rth M imi B h
    Vegas Party, S it-.
    from 8
    The Hon. Abraham Ribicoff, blcau Hotel at 11:30 a.n Wi
    U.S, Senator from Connecticut, '"'-v'
    will be the guest speaker at the The presentation ol the Hannah
    annual luncheon sponsored by the i r Mar i Section, National' "aW ol [hr "This Is Council
    national presidi nt of Won* i
    (' immunity Si rvi
    Tic!: ts be 1
    through Hi NCJW offit-i
    Blvd.
    Council ol Ji men in the
    m of th' Fontaine-
    i;'7l" lunchi on. The ttward is
    made annualh to an outstandii i
    member of I ci mmunitv work-
    ing m ith chikln n an.I youth.
    Past recipii nts of the 11
    G Solomon Award Include I>i
    ll.iir.'. King Stanford, president ol
    the University of Miami, and Mrs.
    Stanley C. Myers, immediate past
    Hiking Club Outing Set
    l liking null oi the J

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    +Jentst'fk)r*&>r
    Friday, January 29, 1971
    II h^U...U'lHI***' : i-*.1
    .
    GBBAT GBEAX
    What's great? A greatgrandma and a s'"and-
    pa. of caurse. Mr. and Mrs. Barry Burd just came
    back Horn Wood'and Hills, Calif., showing off a
    picture of their first grvat-grandchild. The pic-
    ture WM token law day alter the birth of toon
    Hayes Broth, son o! Dr. and Mrs. Gene Both.
    Are they proud?
    BRAVO!BRAVO-
    The applause was tremendous at a musicale
    hosted by Mr. tnd Mrs. Cap! Ascher in their
    new home on Collins Avenue. Performers re
    Aaron Ascher, c inccrt pianist of Chicago, Gusdo
    Leoni, violin virtuoso, Dr. Edmund t'.e. i, M
    Opera Guild tenor Renato Renzl of Rom.- and his
    charming wif< Moni |Ue, wno accompanied him
    at the piano. Amo^: the guests were Mrs Guido
    Leoni, Mrs. Aaron Ascher, Miss Laura Maltag-
    liati. Mrs. Florence Kupperxnan, Mr. and Mrs.
    William Apfel, Mrs. Suzanne Levy. Larry Aseh r,
    Mr. and Mrs. Sici iey Koopman, Mr. and Mrs.
    Seymoui R^th and Mrs. Ruth Sandberg.
    NOW THKV ARK MARRIED
    Juaith Ruth Spakowskl of Massachusetts and
    Edward Yanowitz, v.ho were wed List Sunday,
    are now on their way to San Francisco, Calif.,
    where Edward has b<"-n accepted at the Art
    Institute of San Francisco, ir. a camper. His wife
    will be with him while he goes to school. Edward
    is the son of William and Gladys Yanowitz of
    Miami and Nassau. The newlyweds took many
    happy memories with them of the whole week
    of parties that were held for them before the
    wedding. Mrs. Irving Rothmin had a brunch at
    the Ocean Pavilion. Among the guests were Mrs.
    Leon Ell. Mrs. David Levin, Mrs Samuel Orltt,
    Mrs. Ralph Cob-, Mrs. Sidney Gans. Mrs. Max
    Spero and Mrs. Inez Krenskef. It wasn't really
    a shower, but everyone brought gifts. And after
    they were duly exclaimed over, there was time
    for a game of cards. Mrs. Leon Shrago hosted a
    dinner at tho Carriage House; Mr. and Mrs. Max
    Feinberg had a dinner for the happy pair at
    Gattis and another di iit-htful dinner was given
    by Mr. and Mrs. Simon Wolff at the Embers.
    BATING, ALWAYS EATING!
    Where do you sec pcopl"? Eating mostly!
    aces
    Especially on a Sunday night at Fun Fair on "9th
    St. Causeway. Mrs. Maurice Weinstcin. Mrs.
    Harry Botwick and Mrs. Paul Sobel stopped to
    get a bite or. their way to Mrs. Sam Resnick's
    to play bridge. (It wasn't a small bite either
    it looked like-they each had two hot-dogs*. Dave
    and Miriam Bass were there With their grand-
    children, Judy and Ronnie, whose parents, Ron
    and Susan Albert, stayed at home to wateh the
    football game. Niety Gerson was sitting at the
    eni of one tab'e. h< husband Gary at the
    other aid; the kids between turned out to be
    their own three, Pamela. Denise and Milissa,
    and David and Lore, the children of Mr. and Mrs.
    Mel LeSSe. Then there was another big table
    with Robert and Myrna Somerstein and Mrs
    Rose Gordon and the three young Somersteins,
    Scott .Van. and Michael and their friend. Bruce,
    son of Leonard and Ansheila Turkel. Lots of hot
    dogs, lots of french fries and kids all over the
    place!
    REMEMBER IUBBI.ES?
    She is now Mrs. Julius Drossln the wife of
    the chairman of the Music Department at Cl ve-
    land State University, living in Cleveland, Ohio.
    On a busy street she was abducted, robbed, held
    at gunpoint and threatened with assault and
    death. But it doesn't surprise her many friends
    here that she got away with little effort with her
    gift of gab. She sweet talked the two men into
    abandoning her and her car. "I-ook" she said. "I
    have children who arc coming home from school
    and I have a dinner party for ton to prepare.
    Let's cut this out." So they got out of the car
    and after a session with the police. Bubble" went
    home and had company for dinner as she had
    planned. That's our Bubbles! She's coming down
    with her husband in March for a visit. By then
    who knows what further exciting adventures she
    will have had.
    Col. Conn Named To
    i.
    Leadership Post
    Col Arthur Conn, executive vice
    presidi nt of the Temple Beth Am
    Brotherhood, has been named as-|
    , ., : chairman ol the
    1071 Bi ih Am Forum Series com.
    mittee. Col. Conn- ..;;..,ntvnen'
    rh announced by Barton Udell,
    : the South Dade con-
    gregat
    Col Conn will co P ,lls
    or Beth Am'! seventh annual
    forum with Go aid Schv rti
    Dr. Lcona d Lewish,
    . -i a mi b r ol the
    boa i of : n svra-
    Col. >
    ilcr in tin Ji *h VV
    rans ol th I St '''''"l
    . ,u ..i. ,\ |, l i B inda and
    ' '
    Dr, .' k Hotfn n
    .,. (! iirm in, '1" d
    epted the post of patron
    chairni n Bid Ed R lurw was in-
    oinl nan. 1
    Herbert Baum tard, rabbi of the
    I
    congregation for l"i years.Brth.
    series consultant.
    B iyard Rustin exi ciiti\ + -
    t ,r of the A. Philip Randolph 1
    itiinle and on* Ol the :^r ,
    most Black modi rate*, c ...
    iunniste ""d civil rights .
    ip, ns the Beth Am s. rid
    Othe-s who v- !1 take jm-1 H-
    \lh it Vorspbft, d'reptor t;
    he ivi'i >nal Commission on S..
    \ 'ti in of th 1'i.Mn y\ \ n
    .-m ll. '-r-w Congregatlonx
    .. ak M ii It i: and i. th.
    I '. I' "h i\\ Kutpo;-
    . i ii the .'"' ii !
    the countrj lost
    ,:., rymi n, Kp I! '. in : Is-
    ,- ;,,, ceiehr it ion Iscai ; I
    Day M-y P
    T ck. 's ire avails) k at
    \ mi office, or rnav he <
    fr >m any of the forum sera -
    mitti members.
    Spinoza Foram Lecture Schedule Is Announced
    j-rance*
    XJu

    Hope School Luncheon And Fashion Show
    Hope School, a non-profit, non-
    cectarian school for mentally re-
    tarded children and young adults
    which was establish) d in Miami
    nore than 15 years ago, will be
    the beneficiary of the gala fashion
    show and luncheon to bi held ia
    the Fontaintbleau Hotel's Grand
    Ballrooms Tuesday K >b. 2.
    2,00 > ; rs men as
    . as worm n ai I to
    i tti nd this event, hi [hlight of
    the social season which will fea-
    ture Barbara Walters of the "To-
    day" show as special guest.
    An author and lecturer as well
    as TV personality, Miss Walters,
    who int. rviewed larai l's Premier
    Golda Meir not long ago, will pre-
    sent her view ol mental retarda-
    tion, and friends of Hope School
    will be entertained in a ballroom
    transformed into a "Fairyland of
    Fantas) "
    Theme of the fifth annual luncheon
    to benefit Hope School, 660 SW
    4th St.. will be "Hope's Happy
    Holiday Happenings," with one
    important holiday in each month
    of the year providing the decora-
    tion theme.
    Tickets may be obtained by call-
    Lng the school, which is dedicated
    to the progri ssive i ducation and
    training of both resident and .la\
    school students, and has long bei n
    recognized as one ol the finest
    schools in the United States for
    th" mentally retarded.
    Th.' February lecture schedule
    ot th. Spinoza Forum for Adult
    Education has been announced by,
    Dr. Abraham Wolfs >n. who founded
    the year-round, Thursday morning
    study group, which meets at the
    Washington Federal Auditorium.
    1234 Washington Ave., under the
    chairmanship .t Thomas Davidofl
    and Raphael Burst, in.
    Rabbi Milton Schlinsky will Ix-
    the speaker at 10 a.m. Thin-i.e.
    Feb. 4. His topic will be "Thi I''
    portanci of One." The Hebrew
    University" will be Mrs. Edith
    Sisterhood Games
    The Sisti-rho.il ot Ahavat Sha-
    lom Congregation will hold a fund-
    raising "games night" in the social
    hall of the temple, 985 SW 67th
    Ave.. beginning at B p.m. Saturday
    and a similar event at the same
    location at 8 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 9.
    The congregation's Youth Club In-
    vites boys and girls 13 to 15 years
    to att nd its 6:45 p.m. Sun
    When the entrance of the Miami Beach
    raw Home for the Aged was dedicated
    in memoiy of Mrs. Jeanne Zuckerman, an
    active member of the Home for many years,
    Harry Zuckerman unveiled an original paint-
    ing of his beloved wife, which will hang
    permanently in the entrance lounge. The
    photo taken after the dedication shows.
    from left, (seated) Mrs. Michele Zuckerman,
    Mrs. Zuckerman's daughter-in- law, her
    mother, Mrs. Dora Weiss; (standing) son, Ira
    Zuckerman, daughter, Vickie Rosenbnum,
    Rabbi Sol Landau, Harry Zuckerman, Mit-
    chell Sirgany, and son-in-law, Walter
    Rosenbaum.
    (tiger's topic on Fib. 11;. R..I i
    Stanley Uingler. HUle-l director it
    the University of Miami Will .! --
    CUM Jewish Youth on t>
    Campuses" Fetfc IS: Feb. 25, Hr.
    Jack Capchan. fsycauMffist, will
    peak on The New Gn
    and the did."
    I
    (Arts and Craft.** dosses
    | Grove House School of Alts and
    (rafts uill Offer courses ir. wav-
    ing, creative st:trhery.-neel> ;
    I ceramics, sculpture, rleeon.-'
    I papier mache, blfUUiaMllrj^
    try and metal welding as sve
    I s." veral classes In painting
    i various media, it ha !> ~r\ an-
    'nouneed. InstriH-tors will
    Ed Weyhe. Jayn VPells, S*Wi
    I stock. Sharon Timinons, Car
    Howe. Rhoda Hanvr, Al Si
    j Magda de Moreno. Rosara
    'Allister. Milton t.ieh* rmar^ '
    j Harris, Juan ChV>o8 Gonv- i
    ole Garrison, Hugh DutnoTit \
    of age to attend ns B: p.m sun-. aiv BiU ,-:, ni:ni.r. S|
    dav meetings at the Shul. Sharon;* ,, ,
    Zahs may be contacieu for further .Mrs. Chew, Susan BerlM W 1
    information.
    \ramescu
    Barbcrn V.'alte.^ c! the NBC "Today Shew >wn
    she interviewed G Israel's i'-..-.:.c Mini
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    T'.e Great S!D0R DEIARSKY wWl 100 On Stag*
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    FRANCIS BiWS
    Frances BenLs To
    Marry Bert Kevins
    Mr. and Mrs. Norton Benls, 16193
    NK Dth ex.. North Miami Beach,
    announce the engagement of their
    daughter, Frances Sharyn, to Berl
    Nevins* Jr. (Buddy), son o( Mrs.
    Marlon Nevins, of Hollywood, and i
    the late Bert Ne\ ins.
    The hride-eloct, a graduate of'
    North Miami s nlor High Scho tl
    and Ohio State University, is now
    a teacher at Plant ition Sen! >r
    High S h io! in Fort m li
    and is also attending the Univer-
    .- 'i scho il
    Her fiance, a w i il who is cur-
    " 'i ii' a r**i mgl'v evn
    ' ed '!.......>r < Itv Desk Fe
    tures i Hod Wo-] ; nl Y >uh, w II
    ite '.n June from the L'ni
    Diane Harris Engaged
    To Robert L. Weehsler
    Mi. and Mrs. Morris J- Harris,
    6347 SW 10th Ter., announce the
    engagement of their daughter, Di-
    I ane, to Robert L. Weehsler, son
    >f Mr. and Mrs. Milton Weehsler,
    1219 Country Ouh Prado, Coral
    Gables.
    Diane grad i ited from Coral Park
    Senior High School and the Univer-
    sity of Minmi whore she was a
    of Beth Alpha Psi, ac-
    counting honorary. Her fiance
    ;rad lated fr >m Coral Gab] S in-
    or K'.gh School and the Univer-
    iitv if Tennessee, and is presently
    'rnching in the Dado County
    >ch o! system.
    TU| co ip'.e p. in an August
    edding.
    Barbara Susan Braverman Become*
    The Bride Of Arnold Elliot Greene
    Barha
    bride of
    Jan. 23
    ra Braverman became the-
    Arnold Greene Saturday,
    in 7 p.m. ceremonies con-
    Miami Happenings
    Stan Bodner Associate*, i
    - based advertising and
    .j*..-:mg agency, has been es-
    , ished by former Bishopric,
    nuit, Harison & Fielden
    president Btaa Bodner, who
    h is long betfn active in commun-
    ... i ;'d professional affairs, Th
    jm v. xtfslc part pnsident of
    Mi .mi Ad C! lb, he has
    I as dirvco:- of the S wth
    F B 11 i- Business Huron
    >| Alpha Delta Sigma, the
    ,ji.r fry afycrt^sing fraternity.
    fr
    National Founder's Day was
    ,-ss^rv.d hy tiie Goodwill Indus-
    t ..- .i South Florida this week
    imemoratiag the birth trstc
    PI Dr. Kltgar J. Ilnlnm. who orig-
    i, d the first Gondw'U Indus-
    tr "f S)u'h Florida last week
    . Goodwill Auxiliary host" (I a
    . n Tet," benefit for the
    I Hi- .1. Helms Fund, which is
    set up to provide lor the train-
    I Goodwill executives.
    \ ves.
    to "tr
    sonse 036 dO0 were en-
    in the 4lth All-breed Do*
    huu and Otedienee Trials at
    Dinni r Key Auditonum Sunday.
    has h show in the State of Florida,
    kepi a down Judges busy
    n s a.m. to 11 pjn.
    V> 1 dedication of the new
    Miami Shores VUUge Coiiintun-
    i:> Ontr, 9til7 Park Dr.. iN.E,
    71 Avenue] will be held Satur-
    l! a.m. This spacious,
    i n building, was n I pos-
    I through the
    ntede I citizens and the
    V government. Bessemer
    Prwperti**, Inc.. Ihi .'ideis
    M ami S
    thi i] it *iv
    .''." i on which
    \ ... Si pti of 1911.
    I .. ..,,, |
    recreational ]
    ' m ii t). Boa
    i r Mi mi R '" '
    has b I
    i South Fl
    i ID' I ol R .ll'.r BO
    ' '
    PIANO TUNING
    BY
    754-1863
    the Miami Board of Realtors,
    succeeds Hal Knudsen of the
    Kendall-Pexrine Board. Council
    officers elected also include
    Frank Lynn, immediate past
    presi lent of tha Miami Hoard,
    tn asurer.
    Florida's Secretary of State, ,
    Richard stnne was to address
    the installation banquet >'. the
    South Florida Chanter of the
    K;"-:i';i I'1 r-n m: md Z wira: .\s-
    mk .Hon. Inc. Thursdav even-
    ing on "The Rising Costs of
    Fnvim.....til Control*." Cora' Gables C mntrv Cluh ac-
    cording to secretary-treasurer of
    th. Chap! x.

    A\T\ I has < itv < !
    pu-i-rt in the brnadc"s1 eomm
    jvO',f;e"s '!*" v '"' 'o h' *''.-
    Mate Hur-'" r h-u- R r-a-
    MHtafon for Its F.Y l. ........'-
    Ipry "Are You A- \ '. tho'ic?"
    The program on alcoholism. le-
    east on N >v. 17. was pr due I
    bv IMefc Kaon und n -> ti
    by Ka'-h RenleV, Hre*l v is
    executive pmdticer of the iJ.""i-
    mentary si rics.
    t
    c I-, i]tic'ton i 'i "v "'..... '
    OP DadC ''o'oty's po'ves- 'i-a-'-
    r al lntit>ltl0n Mi(liv N->-
    Honal Bank, a 3n0 so, ft
    I g| -, ', ai 739 W Flagler
    p, thr e blocks east of Vli hv
    Mai', Chartaa Meyers,
    ..-ts. Work is I '
    hodul I the bank is exp.
    ted to I n !>\ M irch 1,
    Bal-Bay Unit Planning Bflnefit
    p ......
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    ., lao't 1 Il
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    and ask to speak to Esther Berlin.
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    buttons. They carried bouquets 'I
    pale pink carnations.
    The bridal party included She. i
    Goldman, maid of honor. Shu
    Greene, matron of honor: FqbbcI
    Berkowit/. Geri Berkowit/. Ha
    Reitcr, Cheryl Josepher. Jackie I'. I
    mond and Doric pdmond, brid
    maids; Stephen Greene, best n.
    Edward Braverman. Richard B
    vn man. Barry Greene. Jack I
    man. Robert Goldman and Roi i
    Loupus, ushers.
    After a New York State hon
    moon, the couple wil be at I
    at 1515 San Remo, Coral Gabl.
    MR. and MRS. GEORGE KOTfN
    Kotins Celebrate
    50th Anniversary
    In Miami Beach this weekend
    to help George and Gertrude Kotin
    celebrate thi ir 50th wedding anni-
    ..rsary arc their three attorney
    sons: Merritt R.. Lawrence I-.
    and Gabriel c... the daughter, Lois,
    . teacher and executive, grand-
    children Suzanne. Betsy, Michael.
    David and Daniel, a sister, Ksthcr
    ?houi brother, Lou, and s:ster-in-
    aw Helen.
    : i, Kotins, who met in high
    ichool ri 1914, were married Jan.
    10. 1921. and Lived in Chicago until
    ;ir;^, v.h. n Mr. Kotin retired from
    Sis law practice and they moved to
    Miami Beach.
    Mr. Kotin, a member of the
    Decalogui Society of Lawyers, is
    , .-..chairman of Forte Towers'
    Combined Jewish Appeal campaign
    and retiring president of its Men's
    Social Cluh. He i< incoming presi-
    li ni of Maccabee Lodge. B'nai
    l-.'rith and serves as parliamen-
    aiian ol the Greater Miami Presi-
    Icnte' Club.
    Sisterhccd Dinner Set
    M -- ,m I'' rtin pn silent .f
    B h '- -ii si-'- ; i hns
    ounced tl I la iisi "-
    ... .; tainment w '.' i ik i
    ,S t fi p.m, in the
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    MhS. ARNOLD E. GREENE
    ducted by Rabbi Sol I.andau and
    Rabbi Solomon Schiff in the Xa- I
    (Kjleon Room ol" tile DcauvilU ;
    Hotel, Miami Beach.
    The daughter of Dr. and Mrs. .
    t.eo Braverman, 32M SW 18th St..
    the new Mrs. Gretnc is a stud, nt
    at the University nt Miami. Her
    hiLsband. the son of Mr. and Mrs.
    Donald Greene. 1455 N. Treasure
    Dr.. North Bay Village, attended
    Florida Atlantic University, where
    he was president of the Jewish
    Student Union, vice pnsident of
    the Fencing Club and s< cretary of
    the Karate Club. He us presently
    serving as office manager of Don
    Greene Provisions.
    The bride chase a gown of can.
    dlelignt satin and pcau-de-angi
    lace with fitted bodice, mandarin
    co'lar, long sleeves and an A-linc
    skirt trimmed with lace and seed
    pearls. Her attendants' dresses
    wen fashioned of hot pink chiffon
    with empire A-line bodice, ruffled
    ] wedding band neck and xagger-
    lated bishop sleeves with wide
    cuffs trimmed with pale pink satin
    May Nuptials For
    Marsha S. Conlton.
    Stecen Shnlltnan
    M.- and Mrs. Isadore J. '"
    ton. 1424 SW 17th T:-r.. annoui
    the engagement of their daughti
    Marsha Sue to Steven Jay Shuil
    man. son of Mrs, Bernice Shull-
    man. 8335 SW 72nd Ave., and
    late Harry Shullman, former i-..-.
    dents of Pittsburgh, Pa.
    The bride-elect graduated wit
    honors from Miami Senior H
    School and is currently attendiri
    Miami-Dado Junior College. li
    she will receive her Associati
    Arts degree. The granddaughtei I
    Mrs. Eva Taub and Abraham ('
    hen. of Miami Beach, she plan .
    career leading to the professional
    designation of Chartered Life U
    derwritcr as well as professio
    designations in the acturial sci-
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    The prospective bridegm
    graduated from Miami ("oral P
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    of Miami. While studying at lh(
    University of Miami, he ivas
    active memh i of Dell i S gma Pi
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    hc'.d Ihe offices of treasurer Bnd
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    his Bachi lor of Business Adminls
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    Steve, tii rrandson of Mr.
    Mrs. G. H. Sleeal of Mismi. i.-
    ploved with i national C.P.A. f
    The nwHtng is scheduled to t
    place In May.
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    *Jewist fkridfioin
    Friday. January 29, 1971
    Contest Winners
    Awarded Prizes
    Miami Jackson High School win-
    ners i [rd annual Brothi r-
    hood Posti r Cont si received their
    prizes al a recent school assembly.
    Similar prizes were awarded al
    Miami Krlison Senior High School
    this w< k.
    Winners at Jackson were Carl
    Lattmore, 17. first prtae ($25 U.S.
    Savings Bond) Janett Botz, IS.
    Bccond prise rtrophyl Linda Mc-
    Call. IT, third prize (certificate <>f
    I merit i and Robert l'ortor Jr., 1".
    (certificateof honorable mention'.
    The contest is sponsored by Nor-
    man Bruce Brown Post No. 171.
    The question of skirt lengths is you'll know ho*, to anticipate j^^h \\-ar Veterans of the U.S.A.
    Bill To Authorize Medical
    Training Program Proposed
    still being debated in some circles, your wardrobe planning.
    In response to questioning by
    Mrs. Bernard Mandler and Mrs.
    Mort >n (> t/. let me state that
    the fashion trend-setters of Bur-
    Mrs, Ronald Milmed asked ifi A special trophy will be awarded
    there "ill be a change in make-up to the school judged to have sub-
    trends to go al >ng with the eh inges
    in clothing. Yes, th c ometic in-
    ope ha\e finally lecltted on theI dustry is responding to the change
    i igth of skirts. The coming I in the fashion industry. The heavy
    S| ing and Summer collections m ike-up is out it's a fresher
    show most daytime wear at two look with dark glossy shades
    inch* s > '. i h kni -. (' stumc foi I
    , mb'.es ford y re it the mid- To insw r Mrs. Milmed with a
    mitted the best group of posters
    at the annual Brotherhood pro-
    gram sjxmsoml by the Post and
    its Ladies Auxiliary in Pythian
    Hall, 4601 W. Flakier St.. Tues-
    day. Feb. 16. The winning posters
    will also lx- put on display in the
    lobby of the Pan American Bank
    I cockteil wear is the cosmetic authority we quote Pablo, of Miami. 3rd Avenue and SW
    longuettf length i above the leth Arden: "A too-natu-
    nnkv For evening, it's the maxi ," so he said,
    ;th. is a rfecte l one Ii needs Imagi-
    (>., of B nd color." He sees a si
    First Street.
    Edwin I.. Felbelman, Post Quar-
    termaster, serves as chairman of
    \ entino, cla I the troi r lids htei the Brotherhood program: I ost
    1h., :r y women a Hi very dark Commander is Leonard S, Davte,
    w the length can be unal es- and Mrs. Mae Schrelber is presi-
    - clue to th fact that thej
    h i't yet ad lo the dif-
    The h!q
    i
    Is the typas o
    and tunics,
    Val ntino i- in his
    thougl lion, skirl
    ally fron a man's poinl t ol the Auxiliary.
    . .'.. "\Vh iv no ith
    look Itl :
    v I not
    vder with i n
    \ iu'11 he
    th or panl What this n>
    i< that in about o y< ir from i M P > Goldii
    i for our fashion time I the organl ation, announces,
    lag we will be wearing longei i wan** to ,, ., ., ,,.; aa
    sktrti anddi Pants I v. Mr* Henry Stern i^ serving a
    , >, chairman of the event, proceeds ol
    return to thi r place in sports t shion. ,, ,,,,.. ,,,.
    wear collections I which will go towards the scholar-
    attire. > ire the ship fl11111 which underwrites the
    Not ..... post of educating some 78S of the
    '' !' the lo s. B"n goo students enrolled.
    Essen still p has been
    Hebrew Academy Women
    Sponsor 'Games Night'
    A -gan 18 night" will i
    s red by the Hebrew A'
    n m the school's Max Silver-
    b. rg I'n.ii 8 Roi n Monday at 8
    p.m. Mrs. I., onard Adi i
    Florida's Senat Oommittee on
    H th, Welfare anil Institutions
    troductjd a bill authorizing
    the establishment of a "physici in's
    Mant' program.
    "The purpose of this bill,'' said
    Dade's Sen. Kenneth M. Myers,
    committee chairman, "is t i en-
    courage the more effective utili-
    Htion ot the skills of physicians
    by enabling them to delegate h >alth
    care las^s to qualified physician's
    assistants where such delegation
    is consistent with the patient's
    health and well ir< ."
    The physician's assistant will be
    required to take an approved
    course in medical procedures, and,
    when directly supervised by a
    physician, will be authorized to
    perform certain delegated me sasks relating to the routine as-
    pects of the practice of medxine.
    Testimony at the committee
    i hearing revealed thai
    ent fine five Florida counties h
    i no resident physicians, eighl i
    i
    c unities have n > peditrlcians .
    The new i.ct. ;: ipp "o>
    in w .11 n |uir I I
    rd Mod Exa
    p training |

    lishes guidelines for the cart
    tion ol programs at approval
    versities, coll or other e
    tional Institutions and eatafe
    pro.....lures whpreby doctors
    '>< approved l y the Bbafd I
    pervise and train physician",
    sistanls In their medical pra
    Medical technicians of th:s el *._
    fication are already utili/
    certain specialized praetic'
    medicine such as onhthnlti"
    ird th.- University of Florida W
    cal School has already establish. |
    \ community health depnrt
    which is setting Up RUtdellTH
    j implementing a phvsielan's a .--
    ant trainnui program in the si
    Robbie Guest On Ch. 4
    Ml umi Dolphins manager J
    ' Robbie will he the s;'C.al
    j (n the WTY.J Ch -i program
    ! First Estate" at 8:30 a.m. -
    The best Rev. Luthei C.
    Plerc ai d panel! Is Rev. A
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    din ctor ol Federation's Co
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    Her win ks !- displayed in
    i ous mUi and art gal-
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    The regul ir monl
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    Sigma Sign will I*- h 11 at th-"
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    M iriola, Cor il G ibli -. Th irsday,
    Feb. 4. at 8:15 p.m.
    The chapter supports
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    i : Miam r mds for th's
    schol trship ill be rasse! at a
    "Night at Jai-Al ii" dim T-an I-
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    F b. 4. Dr. Sigmund Fouler will
    present bis biography, Max Good-
    man his poetry anil Augusta R.
    i: i -, : his philosophy.
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    'Y' Tour Group Offers To
    Take Recorded Messages
    'I ho Y.\l-"i WH V of ter Mf-
    i i" all par-
    ti i may h and
    I :,". an i -in'!;, ing
    i -: iel ii attend mi I
    i In the G lden
    V :,., im ol the "^ SW
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    the id
    Sch inberg, t mr a
    Par- n\e ill l) able mak i re-
    i r child
    and I notes ol i st 1 'i
    v. fee Y
    I -(" nformi-
    t ioi
    the v."
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    ;
    pi "- n Isr
    v it a 12:13
    l meet
    * of th" G'eitT Mi-
    ami area at the V Thurs I y.
    Feb I.
    Mr. Leor, wh m ill ; ik to high
    school students and their parents
    : it ai B: 15 p.m. m teting at the
    "Y," will be discussing the Israeli
    \ mth progi mi. for te -i.-. iges I I-
    is. which are available the sum-
    mer of 1971.
    M r Leor' ippi arance at the
    y.m-ywha o:' Greater Miami is
    another In the series of Jewish
    leaders concerned with youth and
    Jewish life being made available
    through the American Zionist
    Youth Foun laUofl and c immunity
    sii iliach pr igram a ordinated by
    the YM-YWKA and Gre il Miami
    ih Federal
    W rlnesdaj it B:15 pm. Mr
    Leo at the N >rth (' im-
    Ml mi:-! '
    I
    ,i,. i ,
    i '
    i | | will h

    i r 8 m. in tl
    i the 1 '
    . ; the speaker
    i'
    ted to ':.
    a K 'mi' n "i '
    . nl Is II youth pr rams
    which are beln offi i '
    Or
    Mrs. St in'.". Gilbert, cha
    or the ym-ywiia of Gre itr Mi-
    ami's Thursday Feb. 4, In
    1ion.il Art Exhibit and Sale, li is
    announeiMl that a showcase of
    artists will exhibit their works.
    Participating artists to date in-
    clude Gig] Aramescu, Irene Batt,
    Freda Baum, I>ulee de Beatrice.
    Ethel li. Blake, Ronni Bogaev,
    Dorothy Bosco, Greta Carmen,
    Jack Diamond, Harold Edell,
    Elaine. Khrenkranz. Herman Fisher,
    Rita Gombinski, Shirley I. Green,
    Sarn Grodensky, Jean Leiehton
    Charles LeVit i, Jim Lewk, Wathla
    Long, M irk Lynch, Sun M
    sun. J. Monash, !? >'f> Nyhr:. En-
    rique Riveron, Baruj Salinas,
    David Smith. R-ie*l Soriano, Mu-
    riel Turoff, Judith Szarama, Fran
    Williams, Reyna Youngerman, Mrs.
    Gilbert said.
    Fltst prize to be aw rded is
    $350 purchase prlzp for best paint-
    ing or seulntur on Ih braic theme:
    $50 purchase prize for best Gi
    ic on Hebraic them". Additional
    v- ill
    h '
    h i i
    i
    S -. :
    the
    my theme
    "" for be ; p
    G | I :;<
    for I Wi II liana ng in
    S 1 p: ,,. ;, us.
    Bond will b
    ... f | ,
    h
    ' r the I nal Art
    rl .1 m-
    the I vi i: >r-
    i ..
    I G o\
    - "-nt r.
    \> i
    in t'i
    hg of this exhibit and 'sdle
    are the Mosdames Ray Berrin,
    S mdj '.' hner, A. Budd Cutler,
    Kpst n. H ..i I Fab -v. Mor-
    ton l : aid G ..i ... Ed-
    ward G Norman K t, Jack
    Allan Leit-
    L"\ ine. i i i ih M H'-ih.
    Obei in O! iter, Arthur
    in. David
    Schultz, !. e Shapi o, Clifford
    i i i. and Irving
    xler.
    A 7
    form \
    Kxhib sal hich w i! i un
    i i :h Fob. 17. in the YMHA
    ,
    Oholei Torah
    Scholarship
    Banquet Scheduled Sunday
    More than s in persons are ex-
    |h eti (11 itt ml tin' fourth an-
    nual sch larship banquet of Oholei
    Torah Day School in the Dupont
    I [oti I Sunday, according to
    Hyinun Chabner and Shepard W.
    Davis, chairmen of the dinner
    commit tee.
    Rabl i Berel Weln will be the
    keynote -' aki r at the ti p.m.
    pi t; Judgi Sherwin Stauber, the
    foi imt i ahl i ol Y. ng Israel of
    ('rl ate;- Miami, will serve as the
    mai' t of ceremonies.
    ial ti ibute will be paid to
    u Mrs. N.n man Cii
    the hi on s, ihe si hnii!'.. presi-
    Hin n irted
    and the entertainment will be pro-
    vided by radio-TV i nti 'tamer Sam
    Yariv ami tlie Ke, d Orchestra.
    The annual scholarship dinner
    is oholej Torah Day School's ma-
    jor fund-raising project and pro-
    vides funds for the education ol
    95 ol its 130 students who would
    otherwise be unable to attend.
    Special r.....gnition will be given
    to "Sponsor A Child" donors who
    have generously taken upon them-
    selves the burden of a child's edu-
    cal on r a full year.
    S i\ ing on the Teachers' Com-
    n ittee a isistin : in the pri paration
    to: Sunday's i vent wi re Rabl is
    Yil/.chock Marcus, Abraham Ble-
    : Du\ id Shapiro, Mrs.
    ' Irs, Rivka Korf,
    .lis. Piaii S Irs Ella
    i e iu-
    iln in VV
    '
    S ter. R
    . Philip R Mur-
    ray Rosenb Met ashe I lirsi h,
    Rabl i Abt ah n Koi f, All x Kli i-
    ii.an. Dr. I. Maki sk< Louis Ma-
    kovsky, Harry Rosenberg, Samuel
    VValdman, Rabbi Ben l Weln, Jerry
    Schechter, Jacob Modansky, Dan-
    iel Retter, Rabbi Stanley Weiss.
    Nathan Ginsberg, Dr, Jiseph Ber-
    ber and David Lipshultz.
    Proceeds of the recent Southeastern Florida Roqicn Wom-
    en's American ORT 'Oiganization for Rehabilitation through
    Training) luncheon at the Deauville Hotel, will help support
    ORT's network of more than 600 schools in 22 countries.
    Mis. Robert Cohen, (left) was hospitality chairman cf the
    event; Mrs. Edward Levinson, Region School Building chair-
    man, was chairman of the day.
    AJCongress Chapters Meeting
    Rev. .John Jones of the Central
    Church of Miami was to address
    the women of Golda Melr Chapter
    of American Jewish Congress on
    -My Love Affair With Israel" at
    their meeting Thursday at 1 pm.
    in th party room of S s u s
    South. 5 1 Collins Ave., Miami
    B ach. V re. Mi :hael Was i
    .'i.
    Mia 'ora 1 Gables C
    lent "Louis W itei tan Wls
    Y '.'-' I .
    Won
    ^ Jewish C
    . Im at its
    ing Th
    n th of Mrs. S '
    : -\\. 511 Wood A\... < '
    s,
    "A Narration of Immigrants," a
    film produced by Xerox Cup. was
    to be shown at the regular meet-
    ing Of the Louise Wise Chapter
    Thursday at 11:45 a.m. in the Al-
    giers Hotel. 2555 Collins Ave., Mi-
    ami Beach. A snack lunch is avail-
    able.
    Titian Le ig i" in Our Com mn-
    ity 1971" will cussed bj M iri-
    lyn Salmon, Public Inf im
    din ctor il the Urban I eag u ol
    Greatei Mi imi at the ri
    meel ing ol the Skj la
    the liomi il Mrs Rich r' <#
    117."! Mi imi Gard -ns Dr., Apt
    i Mian Bei eh, at l p.m.
    , Feb 3.
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    which -une.un a children's can-
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    ,!:, Cardiac Hospital.
    Oth ol Ic ;s for 1(171-72 in-
    clude Mr Mi rbert Meyers, vice
    ij ; 'it: Mrs, Sam Robinson,
    isun i: Mrs. Sheldon Spector,
    etarj i an I Mrs. Irv-
    Milli r, historian. Mrs. Norman
    Klein continues as director of the
    Deed Club Children's Cancer
    Clinic.
    Th election was held at a
    meeting i" th" home of Mrs. AJ
    Podvin recently where nlans for
    the annual Deed Cluh R ill were ai-
    . get. The fund-ra'sing e\ >nl is
    q| ite I Nov. at the Fontainebleau
    Hotel vith Mrs Norman Arkln and
    Mrs. Lester Mishcon as cochair-
    3-ln-l Musical Program
    The Miami Reach Music and
    Arts League "ill present a "three-
    i< il program, featur-
    ing two scholarship artists, ex-
    ,., mts from the ooera "Tosc i "
    and a recital bv violinis! Emery
    Deutsch In the Carillun Hi tel
    ,. .,. 8 15 P.m. Adrla Fire-
    stone, 19-year-old mezaj-aoorano,
    ing iu
    ,i:. i scholarship event
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    !|"T im n11
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    Sunday, Jan. 31-8 P.M.
    At Miami Beach Senior
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    2231 Prairie Avenue
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    For Reservations:
    Call 533 5A7<>
    Donation: $1.50, 2.00, 3.00



    Page 12-B
    t". #m i Friday. January 29, -19Ji
    ja^ Mdyaak
    <;ARY zr.iss
    Gary Marc, the swi i Mr. atd
    Mis. Max Zeiss, 6010 SW !'!i
    >' will celebrate his Bai Mo -
    \ i 'in Saturday, Jan. 30, at Tem-
    Or Olom.
    j i-; an eighth gr ide stu lent
    Glades Junior High Scho >1, and
    i >- s !.; iphom it; the school
    h l.l.
    Mi and M Z iss will host
    ' >neg Shabbat on Friday eve-
    : > as wi II as th< K'i.l.i isli Satur-
    morning following t!i" Bar
    iai y's honor.
    red guesl
    I Gary's broth wife
    .- I son, M H
    ind i
    I M -. .i ick ''
    ;
    JOLTE ZWERXER
    . .. Ml r ol
    ' :. ; \i ah Beth T
    :'
    A. 1 hit/, spirit
    |. lor of 1 will
    luet thi ices inducting J >-
    into h r res ities
    p .i member of the
    .mmunitj
    I h r w ith a B l( on b 'hall
    te M i lie Kan iner Sisterho 11
    the Beth
    I : ih Hai old Wolk Religi >us
    s (,.)! for the past four years
    I s now i stmlihi in the fourth
    > ir class. She iii become a mem-
    of the Confirniiilii.il Class of
    i- 73.
    In Jolie's honor, her parents
    II spons ir the Oneg Shabbat
    illowing tli" service. As part of
    r ceremony, Jolie wi'l ehint
    M.ns from tho hook, the Song
    Songs.
    s Scott, the son of Mr. and Mrs
    ert Mittleman, who will be-
    ne a Bar Mitzvah at Beth Torali
    .'l-i i gal.' n, will read a p irt of
    n for Hi; Shah
    at Si it Mini ha S '
    1. i ; Jan. 30
    of the Torah
    lass : Torah's Hai Id Wol t
    Scho ; he has at-
    ded for the past three yi
    H will be i membi ol the i
    i itjon Cl 1973.
    I;.> parents wil th Ki i-
    following the s in
    ' s h moi.
    TODD l" him W
    r I, tin- son ol Mr
    i les Feldman e his
    Mitzvah at Beth T >i h C >n-
    S iturdaj morning, Jan.
    l.i addition to chanting the
    iftorah, Todd will also conduct
    tortion of ih" S.ialih.it services.
    ] idd has attended Beth T irah*8
    1 >!d Wolk Religious School for
    past four years and is now a
    leni in the Pre-Conf.rmation
    class of the school. !! will be a
    ii mber of the Confirmation Cla s
    if 1972
    In Todd's honor, his parents wiU
    msor the Kiddush following the
    '
    <. \KY KOPOLOW
    M irshall, the s in of Mr
    Mn Leo Kopo] >w, will be-
    mi Bar Mitzvah at Temple Ju- \
    I I tablet Saturday. Jan.
    10, at 11:15 a.m.
    Gary I i se ml h bt ide student
    n Carver Junior High School, A
    . of Temple Jlld 'a'S H -
    Sch I, he will assist in the
    ship i I in the To
    i chant the Haftorah. He is
    rt Ith his religious edu-
    m thro ;h Confi Tnatii m,
    cell brate the oc-
    his grandpari
    David *n and Mr.
    in I Mrs Ml la I I topolow local
    . i |ei md im B'nr-
    N V.. Long Island. NY
    I
    ANDREW I.ABBIK
    Andrew Scott, sin of Mr, anil
    Leon Labbie, 2318 SW 25th
    St will be called to the Torah ;is
    a ISar Alit/yah Saturday. Jan. 30,
    at Beth David Congregation.
    A s x.'i.isi gradk honer student
    at Shcnandoah Junior High School,
    Andrew is also a member of its
    Student Council. He has attended
    Beth David Religious School five
    and is In H brew ('' ade Haj
    i fifth year).
    A dinner reception will be held
    in the Algiers Hotel Sunday eve
    ning, Jan. 31, In the ci lebrant's
    honor, Among the guests will be
    indmothers, Mrs, Celia Fine-
    silver, Pittsburgh, Pa., and Mrs.
    Sacl b ol Miami
    IRVING SAM)
    I. :-- S in :. st(; son ol Mi
    Mis David R .e, 1181 NE
    ;h, will bo
    t z va h S la ran
    . ai :
    A i. in ti i in. 11
    will I d Satu

    NA'II \\ Bl 1NCO
    '. the son of Mrs.
    B I!
    Mit; .ah S itui la; Jai I at th
    ireatei .'-. ml Hi ai A
    Alexandi r S. < trass, princi
    to il will officiate.
    A former student ol the 11<
    nj Nat lan is now attend-
    ing school In Minneapolis, Minn.
    A Kiddush lunche in ill be h. 11
    in Nathan's honor following the
    s. Out of town guests will
    include Mrs. Lloyd Arnovitz o
    Minneapolis; Dr and Mrs. Eman-
    uel Stadlan and sons Doron, Carmi
    and Noam;Dr. and Mrs. Carmi
    M rgolis ind Ohr ftzchak of New
    Haven, Conn.
    *>
    ROBERT BRASS
    R rt Samuel, the son of Dr.
    and M-s. Philip Brass, will b cirne
    Bar M-t'vm Saturday, Jan. 30
    iit TemnV Beth Am. with Rihbi
    Andrew labbie
    Gary Zeiss
    Herbert M. Baumgard offidiating.
    R '' is i student at the Pal-
    m it i Junior Hieh Scho >1. an I at-
    i ivis t!v R 'ligious and I:
    ools of Temple Bi th A
    !'. lath at'endin th< a r\ i "os
    witl i icl r| Mr. and M.s. El nj i-
    min I in if Hi I i rid As-
    b'lry Park, N J : ." i

    H twar : Lun!n, Westfiel I, N. i :
    Mrs. M >1 -. K : i-. i in in N J
    Mr. ai I Mn R tip i B as Wes
    O ,' X..I.: M i M .
    ! ii Clark. NJ nd Mi
    Mrs : M [kin,
    ' Island, N.Y.
    ROBl !;-,' FELD.M W
    . -
    Mrs. Rdw ird S. K Im m. v> II
    n Bat Mitzvah s ttur laj
    .....lan. l To i'e
    Robert, i eventh erade s1 i-
    at Glad; s Junior il gh s h i >1
    n ber el th Stud -nt Co-ti
    ' md i- nuito a I .,-,.-,
    '!" is on th "K-l \-iV b i-
    (l;itt Kosher Catering
    Is Now Available
    Mada'n Kosher Foods, catering
    the Kosher dining needs f manv
    oi the airlines in the Miami ana
    and throughout the country, has
    n entered the consumer catering
    Held, providing Glatt Kosher
    foods under the name of Patrician
    Caterers.
    Catering is under the personal
    supervision of Samuel Weiss, mm
    of the late dean of New York
    Kosher cati rers, Arnold Weiss,
    Mark TyteO, DM
    Now At Great Lakes
    Mark 1 li'ip Tytcll. wh. r. c. iv
    his D ctor of Dental Sai^trv.do-
    !" from the University cf Ten
    i. ss- .".''dual .I'niis^DfarfSie'
    ''r^WTFfnViVT \f ftfT'sen11v pfRWlvii;
    u tho Great Lak
    Naval Trainin*; Base, tes h;
    s the rank .'f Ueatenaw
    (senior gradei it has l>ren t-'-
    nounced.
    A natii e of Mian-.i. In-. 'I'M. '
    n ol i i.'ie Gh ;iti r Mian-
    i i lents Mr. at d Mi s> Bert] i
    r.vtell madi ati d from ('oial (; i
    !!,.- s. n r I ligh School .and i i
    iletcd his undergraduate work at
    the Uim rsity ol Ploi :!ii
    st nt in his class, i i
    'j .i a. ni.I was :i!- i the j
    !i l.l,; a !i:a: |
    flVi
    Dr. T t is
    ,i i :;'
    atcn
    iue in rw
    i i work. H
    team oi ner m rmber of
    ii iball t im.
    Mr. -uvl Mrs Fel Iman will host
    the Kiddush on Saturday following
    thi sei > Ic There w .11 also ;
    reception at the Kings !' Cou'
    ( ub, Satui l iy evening in
    :: hon Amon t he h i
    ii I pa i
    md Mrs Sin i G -<
    n'd .'J nd Mrs Jos i
    Jacob Xcitz Speaker
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    n .\ G 'i's* s Acthltl l 'enti i
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    "The Four Epo a the life of
    S Anskj "Aw an I el M
    Anskj auth I I ; ia "Der-
    debu !. hich is still well re-
    cei\ d in Ihe stag 50 years
    ^ iddisli Vctress Featured
    sh actr '.' nrietto S n I
    will be ( it i" l it the D
    Pinski Club Ones Shabb :hed
    uled f >r x pm., Fridav, in the Ida
    M Fisher H:ih School cafeteria,
    12 Drexel As-. Miami Beach.
    ; cl ol a talk by L. Lai
    author in I lecturer, will !> T le
    l5o.il; if Lamentations"; a musical
    if YId ash and Hebr w
    - i ;'sd he !>rc."nt"d
    maik t. nmu
    CAMP
    "A MOUNTAINOUS PARADISE FOR
    ADVENTURESOME JEWISH YOUTH1
    Here, children, like the proverbial acorns, grow and grow, socially, spiritually and culturally. Experienced
    counselors live with the campers and devote themselves to helping each child fully enjoy every
    phase of the camping programs. Participating in various sports, developing artistic, musical or dramatic
    interests are but a part of the overall Camp Judaea experience.
    A NEW OLYMPIC SIZE SWIMMING POOL
    A NEW HORSEBACK RIDING PROGRAM
    FIRST SESSION
    June 24-July 22
    1971 SEASON
    SECOND SESSION
    July 26-Aug. 23
    FEES* ne Session $340 P,us $20 registration
    Season $655 plus $20 registration
    CAMP JUDAEA is sponsored by Southern, Southeastern and Florida Regions of Hadassah.
    CAMP JUDAEA is located in Hendersonville, North Carolina.
    FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL Hadassah Youth Commission, Miami, 891-8143 OR WRITE Mr.
    Sam Fisher, Director, Room 111-1132 W. Peachtree St. N.W., Atlanta, Ga. 30309
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    I
    Tu Bi Shevat To Be Marked
    In Special Ch. 2 Program
    At the reception hosted by Mr. and Mrs.
    Leonard Miller at their Di Lido Island home
    hononnq James Oliver Buswell IV, after his
    reccn! Temple Bo'h Sholom violin r?
    are (from left) DaviJ Garvev, Mr. Bus-veil's
    r ;comoantt; Mri. M^yr Kotler, president
    of Beth Shalom's Sisterhood; Mr. Buswell,
    M.s. Buswel!, Mr. Miller. Mrs. Miller, and
    J>:dy Drucker, chairmen cf Beth Shalom's
    Culture and Fine Arts Committee, which
    sponsored the concert.
    This Week In History... \
    i" Veari Ago This Week: 1031
    exiled Leon Tr >1 i -> was
    rti I to have bee ime a Zi misl
    \i i,. n Berman, the oldest Or-
    ih "i Isnen thai cltx's lir>: : rabbi
    TWa hundred cantors includ-
    ing Josef Rosenblatt. Israel Alter
    Zawal Kwartin, David Roitman,
    Pierre Pinchik and Bereli Chagj
    smg to an audience oi Lino in
    Mecca Tempi'*. New York, for the
    r. :I of aged and indigent n bers
    the Jewish Cantor's Associa-
    \ r.
    I-,af GHckman, s n i to !> the
    ,:dcs; Ph ladolphian, died at t ic
    pi 120.
    10 T-u-s Ago Thi* Wek: I9|
    r rtarni my irn -t i II n r<
    rtfitt. investor "< tn '
    \;i" fc t" killing
    ;>. Vatic n s**1 I I t P'>ne
    P i.; XI md ::il ha I acted 1
    \\'.i. Id Vt B !I
    I'll i.: M Kkttznick, f<
    il ': ii B'nth, 1
    IS c! ; ol thi l"n ti il .1 'wish
    A, ;> al on b : v. nam ii by Pr -.
    John F Kent dj to the ;
    manent U.S. d< to the
    I'nit, (I Nations.
    Bi t -Ii histoi: ; Arnol I T > n-
    - iorte 1 that Jewish tr i it-
    i ol Arabs in 19 .7 mat the'
    \a/i treatment of Jews in Eur-
    ope. Isr toll diplomat Va ico\ II -
    *og retortel: "The truth will not
    lo'ei ati distort Ion at the hands
    il inj me, no matter how emi-
    nent
    I> Oil indo de S ila, a relative
    Rabbi I>;'\ ;il dc S >la Po il w i
    tan I H I'll and Welfare Min-
    stei ol El Sal\ idor < "entr il
    Vmei i -: ish cabinet
    tneml
    Only d lys after accepti ? a
    ;
    Ii, : nsi M .i -! Pinhai I a
    in i '" ; "a cut it> mishap," I'
    : Ben-Gui n I, claim-
    ing C ibinet app >\ al ol th c
    I i i
    latib'.e
    laws
    if I'-,' si
    The Km -; t formally accus d
    imann of 15 counts of
    crimes against humanity and the
    fews, and voted to reinstate death-
    by-hanging as a possible fate in
    that one case.
    R ibbi Israel H. Levinthal of the
    Brooklyn Jewish Center was hail-
    i by the Jewish National Fund
    for "iii ye i: s in the rabbinate.
    Dorothy Thompson, the contro-
    vei .:i i itirnalist who turn l anti-
    ii 1st, d ed in Lisbon at 6 >.
    The Defense 1 > ipartment s lid b
    soldiei li i ha I i lined in Ameri-
    :an Nazi Party activities had been
    dischirg d "for the convenience
    if t!v government." But il re-
    tained a foi mi i Hitlei ite gi neral,
    employed rs U-.S. Army supervisor
    'i i ierman ci\ ili in labor at the
    Dachau >H wh > had said in 19 :0
    thai the concentri tion c imps had
    been buill afl i thi ,var as a rus .
    Junior Auxiliary
    To Hold Annual
    A special progi am f ir Tu Bi-
    Shevat, Arbor Day in Israel, will
    be shown on Ch. 2 Feb. 9 at 8 p.m.
    in the "Living Hebrew" series,
    Und ir the d i 11 in 1 Dr. Loir's
    Schwartzman, executive director,
    ,: the ti in iu il Jev sh Education,
    the program is in its 14th year
    The Tu BiShevat program will
    include a special film on the plant-
    ... of trees in l- ael "And Th >
    Shall Plant Trees th songs ol
    the festival bj T mple Zi m choii
    inder the direction >l Mrs. Mar-
    jorle Frei and the Hebrew vocab-
    i! ii > ... it ii >d with the festival.
    Tu BiSh v it falls this year on
    ', i lo .) i-ii 'ho i!s thr iu ;'i u
    the eommunit\ w ill par ic n i
    ti il pi igrams, p u I
    . i ,. 11 nth pa r t i" 11
    irP3s, Bun i pr
    tout Leonard Zilbt I
    'Dip I ii ii ol S :ho il I 'i :
    tors 't it the offic ol Bu
    eau to d'.si such i as
    summer activities for Jewish s*u
    dents, pilgrimages t'i Israel and
    new approaches t > individualiz '
    instruction.
    Plan- for the Essay-Art cont st
    sponsored by tl' Bureau and th -
    Zionist Organizations ol Grea'^r
    Miami and Hollywood and for the
    student Combined Jewish Appeal
    were mappi d.
    An inter-school Bible c ml -'
    se oi" univet s'ty process irs in
    Bu eau institute*, the Isra' Ex-
    h.nv.'" Teacher Program and de-
    tails of i ndlng seminars
    teai he s als i were discussed. ^
    The Council of School Din
    meets monthly w ith Dr. Schw -
    iii.lli as clmiiifUin.
    P.T. \. Sponsoring
    Premiere At Surf
    Th P.T.A, oi the Hebrew Aei
    imy of Greater Miami will s|
    sor a ing ol the I lm,
    Ovci l- ael," a susp
    fu! dram I on an incidi nl
    . h ch occum 1 dui ii g thi "
    :::>; ti-l iel conflict, il -
    . Th irsd iv, in the Surl Th
    7420 i' illii .'.'
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    D
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    -I ngth film v^ hich w is p
    I in Israel with an all Isr,
    ... pu,
    : n the sch
    \rt Porum Meeting Sh
    !' ,: Pat l' Long, chairman
    he Ait Department of Miami-D '
    lunior Co'li : -'.ill 1"' the gu -:
    speaker at the Miami Beach Arl
    Forum at 7 p.m. Monday, Feb. 8,
    ii the Miami Beach Public Libr irj
    2100 Collins Ave., Miami Bei ch
    Professor DeLong will discuss
    h <"k "Art in the Humanities."
    The Roosevelt School
    Shippan Point, Stamford, Conn. 06902 Tel: 203-325-2231
    M, Schwaritchiltl, Director
    College Preparatory School
    GRADFS 9-12 POST GRADUATE
    American Jewish Home life only 45 minutes from New York City
    Faculty-Student ratio 1 to 7 Supervised Study Help
    Individualized Scheduling Stress on Fundamentals
    Rcmodial and Progressive Programming
    Cultural, Athletic and Recreational Program*
    INFORMATION AND INTERVKW WITH IOCAL REPRESENTATIVE:
    Mrs. M. Bergcr Tel. (305) 531-0403
    Cilv National Announces Luncheon Feb. 16
    J The Junior Auxiliary the
    Management
    ( t> National Bank of Miami
    ii,- innounced a realignment ol
    the bank's senior management,
    Michael Franco
    Michael Gill
    Realignment
    joined Citj National Bank of Mi-
    nii in 1959 and was el 'cted execu-
    tive v ee pn Sident in January. 1970.
    lie i- a past president of the
    Dade Countv Bankers Association
    and is a former member of the
    executive council of tlv Florida
    Bankers Association. He has serv-
    ed as a member of the faculty oi
    the Miami Chapter of the Ameri-
    can Institute of Banking.
    Both Mr. Franco and Mr. Gill
    are Directon of <*ity National
    Bank Ml imi
    The Junior Auxiliary if the Je < -
    ;-h !l.....Ol the Aged I D
    ; mi. ns> will hold its l Ith rrn '
    luncheon at noon. Tuesd ly, Feb.
    Hi. in the Americana Hotel.
    Walter Scarpella, tenor soloist
    will be accompanied by pianist
    BiII> Martin. Judge Irving Cypon,
    honorary president of Douglas
    G u lens, will be guest speaker.
    Pnx.....i'l be used for the
    Occupational Therapy ("enter to
    !>. opened next July in the Medi-
    cal Comnlex hrins built at Doug-
    las Gardens.
    Reservations may be male with
    Mrs. George Israel, luncheon
    chairman. Mrs. Herman Ahramo-
    ivltz, Miss Rena Stein, or Mrs Jay
    Rechtschaffer, Auxiliary president
    n using Leonard '. Abess chairman
    i hi ". em i\' committee, a
    : ewly-cn ated position
    Vficha>l .7. Fraivo. presid nl
    i ce 19|7, suc-o'fi's Mi All. is
    iJrman of the bo i d. Daniel K.
    1. fonierly exee.itr.e \ ice p
    idi at has ix'.'ii elei ted pn s di nt.
    Mr. Franco alt i serves as presi-
    dent oi City National Bank C rp.
    Mr. Franco, an associate "t Cit>
    Nl tional Bank ol Miami sine1
    1949, has been a resi lent of Mi-
    ami .since 1910. He is past presi-
    : of the Dado County Bankers
    Association and was chairman oi
    the Group IV Florida Bankers As-
    sociation. A former Miami Shores
    mayor, he holds membership on
    the Metropolitan Dade Countv
    Transit Authority, the Greater Mi-
    ami Transportation Council and
    Univeiaity of Miami Cltta -ns
    i,i.
    \TJ>. i,ill. a NVu Bfork native, has
    -.,1 d In Mi imi sine 1949. H
    CAMP SHALOM
    oi CENTRAL FLORiDA
    A NEW CONCEPT IN A JEWISH CAMP FOR CHILDREN
    Ages 6-16 Boys and Girls
    Located in Orange Springs near the beautiful
    Ocala National Forest
    ON OUR OWN NATURAL SPRING LAKE
    Camp Shalom is dedicated to a completely spiritual,
    educational and fulfilling camping experience. A com-
    plete program of athletics, arts, drama and music is
    designed for each child. Tutoring in Hebrew and all
    secular subjects is offered.
    Enrollment limited to a select 125 campers
    DIETARY LAWS OBSERVED
    Phone 271-8377 or 279-0401 for further information & brochuer
    OWNERS DIRECTORS
    Richard Browdy Shelley and DavicI Sokol
    Cantor, Temple Zion Rob.n and Jeffrey Sherman
    Miami Office: P.O. Box 7243, Miam. 33155
    BRmP OGHkH
    For Boys & Girls 6-16
    A CAMPING PARADISE IN THE HEART
    OF THE POLLEN FREE, COOL HILLS
    I LAKES OF OCALA NATIONAL FOREST
    LAKE COUNTY, FLORIDA
    i All Land and Water Sports Waterskiing and Riding Daily
    Pro Golf and Tennis Arts and Crafts Sailing, Scuba
    Trips by Canoe Horseback Riding Special Teen Program
    Reading and Math Clinics Traditional Friday & Sabbath
    Services Bar Mitzvah Lessons All Dietary Laws Observed
    M.D. & 2 R.N.'s Staff our Modern Infirmary at ALL Times.
    Member American Camping Association
    Your Camp Directors:
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    Water skiing Sailing Driver Ed. Fishing Trips
    Socials Discotheque Academic tutoring available.
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    Friday, January 29, 1971
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    Enjoying themselves at Corner Bank's annual cocktail party,
    held recently at the Doral Beach Hotel are (from left) Mrs.
    Ab=l Holtz, Mrs. Irving Lehrman, Rabbi Lehrman and Mr.
    Holtz, the bank's first vice president and mortgage officer.
    Sidney Weinschneider of Chicago, 111.
    Lr. J. B. Pcmerance and Dr. Carles Nunez break ground
    fa- the new S5GO.00O addition to Abbey Hc?pital, 5190 SW
    St., Coral Gables, scheduled for completion by June 1.
    Dr. and Mrs. Pomerance are the founders of Abbey Hospital;
    Dr. Nunez, resident physician, represented the medical staff.
    Making plans for Wednesday's luncheon-fashion show, a
    benefit for the Learning Disabilities classes of the Crippled
    Children's Society, are Mrs. Stanley Marcus of Dallas, Tex.,
    and Maurice Gusman and Mrs. Lawrence Schatzman, of
    Miami Beach. The benefit, to be staged by Neiman-Marcus
    cs its first fashion show after the Bal Harbour store opening,
    will be held in the Americana Hotel with the theme "Point
    of View." Mrs. Schatzman's husband is the new specialty
    store's general manager. Mrs. James L. Knight and Mrs.
    Glenn Warren are serving as cochairmen of the event.
    The Council of Jewish Congregaticnal Pre-School Teach-
    ers of Miami held its annual workshop at Temple Beth Am
    recently; some 125 pre-school teachers attended the all-day
    conference. Among those present were, from left to right,
    (standing) Mrs. Rose Comm, treasurer; Dr. Louis Schwartz-
    man, executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education;
    Mrs. Naomi Brandeis, honorary president of the Council,
    and Mrs. Emily Grunwald, corresponding secretary. Mrs.
    Ruth Penick, Council vice president; Mrs. Rebecca Stern,
    president, and Mrs. Sim Lesser, recording secretary are
    seated.
    Temple. Men's Club
    Installation Sunday;
    The Hop, Leonard Webuteln,
    vice mayoi i I Miami Beach, will
    install the newly-elected officers
    and board members of Temple
    Beth Raphael and its Men's Club
    Sunday evening at the DeauvfUe
    Hotel.
    A Kosher dinner and a show
    featuring Sid Engel and his Or-
    chestra has b.en arranged by
    Bernard Fox, dinner chairman.
    Beth Raphael officers taking up
    their new duties will include Harry
    Rl senthal, president; Isidore Ros-
    rg and Sam Segal, vice presi-
    dents; Sam Hussein, treasurer;
    Charles Klein, recording secretary,
    and Julius Rath, financial secre-
    tary.
    Men's Club officers to bo in-,
    stalled include William J. Schusel,
    president; Bernard Fox and Mor-
    tis Eingold, vice presidents; Jo-
    seph J. Ginsberg, recording secre-
    tary; Alfred Kaplan, treasurer and
    financial secretary, and Tom Hor-
    owitz, corresponding secretary.
    Confirmation Class
    Studying Trends In
    Religious Practice
    In th.'ir current unit
    i',;. it ol the BJ 118
    '" h i
    the confirmation cli
    i : ; i T( Cot
    Hai : Wolk :.
    Cludi 1 'able
    rts with theii tors
    hitz, '!.'
    spiritual I' ad< r,
    throughout the community and
    examination of their sanctuary.
    The three classes visited four
    Miami area synagogues Temple
    Emanu-El, Temple B. th Sholom.
    Temple Ner Tamid and Beth Is-
    i-l Congregation as part of
    their study of Orothodo\. Conserv-
    ative and Reform thought and
    nractice under the leadership of
    Mis. Irving Seidel. their teacher.
    and the congregation's educational
    lirector, Abraham J. Gittelson.
    Three representatives of ortho-
    dox Jewry in Miami Rabbi David
    Lehrfield, Rabbi Solomon Schiff
    and I >i Maxwell Berger, have pre-
    sented their views to the classes;
    three leaders ol Reform congrega-
    tions in this area will also be pre-
    senting their major principles.
    The program will be evaluated
    in class discussion including indi-
    vidual reports on the role of the
    synagogue in Jewish life today and
    predictions for its future.
    Pioneer Women Meet
    Haverol Rose Mann and Ruth
    Budofsky will sponsor the Pioneer
    ! Women Club No. 1 luncheon bone-
    fitting the Child Rescue Fund of
    Israel at 12:30 p.m. Sunday in the
    Raleigh Hotel, 1777 Collins Av<\.
    Mrs Ben Sohn. president, has an-
    nounced. Guest speaker will be
    Council president Mrs. Milton
    Green; the musical program will
    u provided by Esther Welnstein.
    Mrs. J. Krantz is chairman of the
    event
    Pioneer Women Club No. 2 will
    hold its regular meeting at 1 p.m.
    Thursday, Feb. 4. in the Miami
    lit ach Federal, 755 Washington
    Ave., with Frances Packar, presi-
    dent, presiding. Chana Weinstein,
    i reo nt \ isitor to Israel, will be
    guest sp< aker.
    Obituaries
    FISHER
    u u.i.iam. 62, ol 4441 Colllna Av
    puHi-ed aj Jail. :4. He canu to
    Miami l" "ii IS ) MU "' ''"
    ii.hi. Mich. Survived lj dauKl
    i, i-, \ir. nail l :- ol Miami I
    and -Mi r- Ann Bi
    thj 'i'.-.-- |i r ol l "etroli Max, ol
    oil, li Krm and --i van
    dcblldreii Klvermdi
    mandj [ale < lhapel wraa In i hai *e i i
    local arrana-etnents Fui : hi r i > Ices
    and Intermi it In Detroit, Mien.
    RUPPERT
    ISIDORE, ::. of 1614 Meridian Are.,
    j.:i.--i.i awaj Jan. 26 Came lo Miami
    Beach 30 yoam ago from Pi orla i't
    lli wan ,i Maaon, lift member ol the
    Uolden Kulc Ionic l/'ilk:' ol N.Y..
    li hai B'rllh, member and Truataa ol
    Temple Kn.-.-.ih Israel and the paat
    in usurer Ui M U Apt House
    Owners Association Survived by
    wile, Cella, one tTandaon, -' brothers,
    Dave and Carl "f N* fork. Serv-
    i .- were held Wednesda) al Itlver-
    side's Alton ltd Chapel. Intermi nt
    u;i> in M'iuiii Slnal Cemetery.
    ZEMAN
    Jl iSKI'll. 79, 'if IT::'- M.n ill. 1 Ir .
    passed aw a) Jan 2t Hi ame i
    Miami Iteai li -'l years ano from i"lu-
    . ;n". n. was .. r iundi i and mi m-
    h, i ol iln Ti ini'l' Xi i Tumid. Itoard
    ol 'l"i ustei I, Mr mbel ol Ihi
    I Directors ol North Shore I-oiIri
    Nil iTii. B'nal B'rith and .i membei
    nf Hi, Farnaud i.ai" i Sui
    i ived Moi White 1
    V.V.,
    i, X.Y., In lorrl Tin -
    i arler,
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    JAMES B. GORDON
    i^joraon j~uncral 373-5533
    Film Premieres At Surf _
    The premiere performance of an
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    :' ir run Fi I
    opening Friday is "When I i-
    . iurs Ruled The Earth," nt the
    Norman Shores, Suni-
    land and Twin Gables I. Holdovers
    i I -ins." at
    the Carib, 163rd St., Twin n, M,-.y-
    fair, Hallandale, Gateway and
    Boca Raton; "Rio Lobo," at the
    Miami, Miracle, Patio, Byron, 27th
    Avenue, Plaza. North Andrews and
    Davie Blvd. Drive-ins; "Diary of a
    Mad Housewife," Twin I Dadeland
    and "The Wild Country" at the
    Palm Springs.
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    "fw/sM func'ai wit cross"
    LOCAL AMD OUT OF STATE
    ARRANGEMENTS
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    January 29. 1971
    * Jew /.#? FhrkMan
    Page 15-B
    ah Group
    ,ir Scheduled
    . u-h Cbapti r ol
    roupa have announcec'
    ah
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    , it talu.nlnr-a.thia BAMl'BL SCHWARTZ
    iloled to tone place urn ,-,.,., ,.,,. ...,,, ,, ...... So
    1 issii. .1 lli. M nnv 1.1' Uav \ I i
    lunch*
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    huma sne* the movie "The Upward
    .,, its regular meeting in
    I h itel Bntonday noon.
    ; ,. Iil-I Sllll'Ilt.
    BtephM S. Wtoe Group's
    ueaker at its Monday noon
    eting in the Algien
    [11 be Mis- Emanuel Mentz
    loist, will provkk
    t, si.-.ii nil i tainment, accom-
    by i il| i Qlbor Stern. Pres-
    .;.,;: udc Sossna.
    Boj -ii Maccabeea Group has
    led its anual Eye-Bank
    on ^ thi ( adillac H tel at
    ... Mollj rlaber is the
    |.i psidi nt.
    UGH NOTKI
    notice of action
    ml circuit court of the
    .eventh judicial circuit
    Iflohida in and for dade
    (.ounty. civil action
    No. 71-807
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    ,1 ', Tin >.Mi K INS,
    LEGAL NO 1ICE
    NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
    TAX DEED
    F'le No. 70A-1733
    Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
    NOTU i: Is HERBIiY lilVKN thai
    (
    H6 |
    Issu. .1 Hi. 1st day ol May A.I) 1968,
    haii filed name m my office, nd has
    made application for a '.in deed to be
    issued then Bald Certificate em-
    i.r the following: desortbeil ii"-
    perly In thi C U State ol
    Florida, t"- it
    23 ii W "f BE Cor of NK',
    ,.f m:', m 7i ii N .! c E 7n fl S
    ID Ii to lies Section .56 Tow iiBhln
    South, KaiiKe 41 Bast i" the Cou
    of i i le, State "f Florida
    This di a \\ III he l ued subject i .
    : ,.f Miami taxes and 1970 County taxi
    and i'ii> of Miami tax*-?- and Liens
    The asm -in- -nt nf wild i"
    llll.I, I Pfl Ifll ate wan III the
    name of; Honnrla Rodriguez.
    |-ni..-. mid ertlfli ate shall be re
    deemed ace. rdtni to law, the property
    di s. r......I herein will l" "old lo the
    high, i' bidder for i ash al the Court-
    i.. uae door on the flrsl Monday I"
    month < March, 1971. which in
    thi I hi das -f March. 1!'71
    Dated thl* 2Sth day ol January.
    1971.
    R n r.EATHEHMAN.
    t'lei k nt Circull Court,
    I lade i"..in n Flor ,i ,
    i;} p, r tin dstraxd
    i ii nuty Clerk
    . n Courl Si .!
    i 29 2 :..12-19
    LEGAL NOTICE
    LESM NOTICE
    LEGAL NOTICE
    fl
    ;i v THuMPKINP,
    Till IMPKINS
    ll n
    hat a 1 Com-
    \ ii'
    ii. .i
    B ,; required to
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    fv Ituilding
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    of 1
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    II you full to
    efaull
    ynu relief demanded
    . plain!
    nolle. Khali be publl I ran
    a u wei ks
    Hi; .IE a ISH II 'HUMAN
    . \ ;n ORDERED l N
    iiin n i >i da) of J i ill a i
    ,. n l HA' HERMAN, Clerk
    L Ci.ui t, Dad County Florida
    lil IRUCERITE KENT
    I lenul) I 'I.-rk
    u : i' III Si
    IKE
    i lulldtng
    i rlda
    Irney for I
    rHE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    10 FOR OADE TOUNTY,
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    N
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    NOTICE TO CPCDITORS
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    IssHAI I. H FISHER. I :S'.'
    |.rm \ f..i Ex#vuTor
    | A B W I -4;11 -
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    1 2D
    NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
    TAX DEED
    File No. 70A-1734
    Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
    \. n hi: is hi
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    The .. in
    under ertlfli was in the
    name of Ina r. fl r-Pngi
    i -,i.- tlfIrate "hall be ra-
    il to law. the property
    . ; old the
    highest bidder for i ash al ll Pourt-
    . ., the fir-t Mot day In
    i. month i m in h, 1*71. which Ik
    ,l.iv nt Man h 1971
    Dated Ihl ith day of J
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE 18 HEREBY Hl\ EN thai
    ill, undemlgned, desiring i" engage in
    1'ir in. under the nclltlous name of
    J \ MANUKAi' i i 'KINO ;u 138 N !:
    .i \|,i '. Mlam!. Kla. In-
    tends to re| ill the
    of the Cln iii Courl ol l ladi
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    1/22-21 12
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH J U DIC IA L Cl KCUIT
    IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    No. 71821
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    H.WI. DIAZ.
    Vs.
    Plaintiff,
    lil.AMA IRIS ABIGAIL DIAZ,
    I
    Ti i;i..\m\ IRIS ABUJAILi DIAZ
    i luadalui No. in
    Manzamllo, < Ii nle, Cuba
    YOU ARE HKUKI'.S 'i"iit."l tli.ii
    ;i Complaint for Divon e hat bi n
    ;-., msl yi u. and you are here-
    by required t.. -.;i :i copy ol your
    answer or other pleading i" tin- Com-
    plain! on the Plaintiff* attorney
    I KSTBR It' OBRS, whose address la
    ir,4 \ \V. I7lh Avenue, Miami, Flor-
    ida 1X185, and file ihe original with
    the Clerk of the above styled Court,
    on or l"-f"r.- the 19th day ..f Fen .
    1971 or ;i Default will be entered
    ' v"u -.
    11 \ti :i i tiii~ 13th day of Jan 1971
    K II I.KATHKKM AN
    Clerk "t i. uil Court
    By: C. '.....OMAN
    I I!
    IN THL CIRCUIT COURT O r THF
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA
    CASE NO. 71-288
    NOTICE OF SUIT FOR
    ADOPTION
    IN RE Al" IP1 H IN OF
    I.ARHY JAt'K KEMJ5Y
    i:\ 1' Ml, I., in IW IFF
    . .. LARRY ii:i:ai 1> KEL.LEY
    i Phillip K' lley
    S I South Street. Momfi-'Uttl.Tfl
    j';:,,,v\,;!-'.:;K;:u.,",,K:,.;,l.:i^
    Adoption has In en filed In the abo'
    ml i a and > nu ni i n nuir-
    , ,1 to v.i \'- :i cops Ol "r "''
    4 I,, Hi.- Petition foi Adoption
    on the Plaintiffs attorney, K< 'N.M I'
    l. n \v:s. KSO., 417 BI llulld-
    A i- | |er Btrei Miami.
    ... pi one: .9 .- and
    file ih. "i Igli '! Ansis i or I Ii imIJi -
    In thi office f Ihe Clerk of t i I
    cuii cou "; ,,,l>
    . ... | 71. If you fail di
    udgn tlefault will be takei.
    -, you for th. rellel ra.....led
    In the suit for adi pi ion.
    THIS NOT1CK shu : b. published I
    ,.k for foui conHecutlvi
    weeks" the JEWISH Fl.< HHIAN i
    noNK AND ORDERED U Miami.
    , mis Oth das
    lit LE VTHBRM '\. < "
    . ri uli ft "> ,
    Dade County. El"rlda
    Bj \l VIKil EP"1 '- KEN I
    i>. puts Clei k
    Cln mi Coui l Si aP i (. ,., ., (
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDAIN PROBATE
    No. 7J- I
    (FRANK B. DOV.'LING)
    NOTICE Tu CREDITORS
    In RE: K
    H isfiPH s '/.' 'KERBKAM J
    I
    To All I I All Persons Hav-
    .- [>emand fl
    V..ii are hi by ""' Ifled and re-
    lUired to pr ind de-
    nial w lili li \ ou mas ,;.' ;'''
    Ihe estal ISEPH S ZCCKER-
    |IIl> \i .1. ceii' 'I late Dade County,
    Kloridn, i" the founts Judges m Dade
    I fill ame In dui
    ...ni as pi I In Si Ion 731 IB,
    Statute! In theli offices In
    the Coui e In 1 lade Coun-
    ty, Floi Ida, u Ithfn -i\ i alei dar
    months I om thi time of the first
    or the .-;ime will
    i Dated al Ml n Floi d i this Ith
    daj of v '' "''
    Zev \V Kogan
    For As Administratrix
    Flrsl nul this no! I
    Hi, |th .I ij ..; i.iiiu.,-: 1971
    lAHitv IENBERO. KOHAN ft
    Kl iRNRl I'M
    by /..\ \l. K n, E
    \ torn* fi Vdm Istratrlx
    74:'.", l:> roil Aviv
    1 IS-22-29 2 >
    1971.
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 70-4339
    11 11 Ks t at e 111
    I'll.
    in
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    You in

    i -.
    VMI'IOI. ROTH
    i :. Count? t . 'oimty .in Ii
    same In dupll
    -
    i, heir offici
    Courthousi In i i' i '
    within six ca m the
    tini" of thi
    or Ihe same n ill hi bai n d.
    Dated Miami, Florldn, tins 22nd
    D v
    RBRNARD R< iTH
    A tdmlnlstt ntor I T \
    irst publii al: ti of ihis notice on
    Ii nth I Januars. 1971.
    1 UKOHOK nil.BERT
    \M...... i for Admlnlatr itor CTA
    Suiti One l in' oh Rd Bldg.
    Miami Iteai h, Florids
    1 29 12-19
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORICA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
    No. 71-19
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    , !" 1 ISOI.F
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    ("let
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    l> ct'l.DSTRAND
    t Courl

    HEX in HE iRHE R< 'LF
    I f .v
    T(: Mr. Hei "
    11:. ;. irl v e
    You, HENRY 111
    |R are hen I '"U
    nf Con '
    filed u. and you
    quired to servi your
    B I
    Com ilalnt the Pi
    RON B BEH .1 IX. 2125
    lllsci : d, Miai I
    , .i ihi original Answi
    Pleading In thi : 'he lerK
    , rculi Court on or !> fore
    the ll day of February, l""1 ,">","
    fail ,, do so, Judgment by rau
    will be i iken ag-amat j-ou for
    r. |ii f demanded In the Hill ol
    olalnt.
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME I AW
    v. IT I'E IS HEREBY tilVEN '
    Ihe u
    In business
    of Al PINE l 'F -HAM' '11 N.VV.
    Flrsl Vvenui M m F
    ... ('ii pk
    of thi Circull '( ii of I)
    l- da.
    Rl IX Ml' BYM< NU
    WALTER K StACKOHi
    i
    t < "
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
    Cri'.'RT IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROEATE
    No. 70-4592
    In RE I' '
    S YI .VI

    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    rid All Pel
    Said
    Y,.ii are hen > notified
    ,.,l to pres. y i aims and den
    which vi,u mas hai
    tate of SYLVIA HANDLER 'I-------sed
    late ,., pd. County. Florida, to the
    "lunty Judges of Dade Com
    IN TI' V JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AN') FOR DADE COUNTY,
    BATE
    :-!45
    V
    . TO CREDITORS
    iv I
    I Counts
    I
    :
    -
    us! In Dade Cou
    om he
    rirst pul h......f,
    , .. imi 'll he hnrred
    M Florida, thli l
    T; rAvnJ^N
    \. vdmlnletrntnr
    Flrsl publication of this ij^ti..'
    ,,i, ,i iv of January, itri.
    SAMCET. II PEAR1 M N
    Attorney fi-r Vdmlnlstral ir
    i: l Incol Rd I7A>
    Bi h, I
    th
    ..n
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    Ho. 71-179
    Lnstbtn
    notice to creditors
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE 18 HEREBY CIVEN that
    the underslg ed. fl
    Ini pss under thi fli til n- name "t
    w o K RA1...... > Way,
    Kl Is 10
    i |i
    ,-uit <" url 'f Da Ii i'..... F><
    MISSII >N E\ST Cl IMPAXY

    . ; : KAINB
    ' ''
    'DER
    FICTITIOUS NA^E LAW
    N' iTH R IB H
    i
    '
    V \\". 47 Avenue. J I
    Ith tin
    Dadi
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    i .. i 1:. v la, Pi sldi I
    HERBERT WALL
    Ai ini ney for
    V.------1 T il...... I
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JU DICI A L CIRCU IT
    0- FLORIDA IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY.
    No. 70-23424
    COMPLAINT FOR
    DECLARATORY JUDGMENT
    AND INJUCTIVE RELIEF
    ROLLING ORBBN CONDOMIUM
    ..,; |\,-
    ii Florida 'orporatlon,
    Net For Profit,
    Plaintiff
    ll \KKY Qt ILDSTEIN and
    shiki.i'.v goldstein,
    kTmTy'axCbraxdgixgeraxler
    v te.
    Tiii- notl" shail he published
    ,.. I, week for four coi se. u-
    llve weeks In THE JEW isll FLO-
    ''At'iNK AND ORDERED at Miami.
    Florida, this 4th day of January
    A ">''!;' I.EATHERMAN, Oerk
    Circuit '' urt, D i founts Florida
    i;} i p Ct iPBLAND
    I i, i.in \ i 'll rl,
    u 11 -
    > i ". in It BERM W
    ..ni
    Attornes for Plaintiff
    ION

    file the Mime In duplicate and a*
    Section 733.IS, Florida
    Statuti -. Ihi Ir offli "'-
    I, i Urth mse m i iaunty, H lo-
    rlda Ithln six calendar mi ntl I
    the time thi first publication here-
    of or the .-..in-- -11 be barn n
    iluted nl Mi mi Florida, thli
    das I
    Si II.O.MOX SAM' ER
    .\. Kxecutor
    publii '
    .i ,. uai
    HOW VRD R HIRSCH
    Executor
    ."Hi
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    Claims or Denial '"' ^ ,, ;'y ,;, n i I
    If you are
    getting married...
    This basket holds
    infoimation and
    gifts especially
    helpful for you.
    Call your
    Welcome Wagon
    hostess today.
    751-2573
    . .i m pi
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    .... Sr IM.-I-i-IC. I
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    ., Qsecul '
    ,... ..,.-.,. lion ol -
    '-
    Miami, i-'i"'
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    ( VMCOA ,.AN. .'!.> al 7854
    S5SW WS^SPSte
    Si. II. I BY GOLDh !
    .,; | m um Pi
    Ore. nt'o
    . ,.K ,,, ihe Oomplainl
    ,;,",':A^;;:h Mum! Hoach.
    N TICE OF ACT!
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF i LORIDA IN AND COR DADE
    CO'-NTN. CIVIL ACTION
    CASE NO. 70O3O70
    SUIT FCR DIVORCE
    SNRAII '" 'IN'''
    t
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    1
    I iPBR \< UN"
    You ELLIS COOPER YOI SO in
    I lor D'
    cou and you r. n I I red In
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    '"p?;"! AND ORDBRBD al Miami
    Florida, tin.- 4th day "f Januarj a d
    l-'l; i.KATHKr.MAN. Clerk .
    Sroult Court. Dad. County. Fli i
    l,v. p COPELAXD
    it3 Clerk
    (Circull C ii" B<
    STUNK SOST< HIN
    i .'.-; S W "' SI i
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    '
    "IN THE COUNTY JUPGE-S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUN Y.
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 70-4714FRANK B. DOWLINO
    ll RE E ol
    MICHAEL M vTS' N K a
    IAEI S MATSON
    '" NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To U1C md All 1 Hay-
    .,- Demands Agalnal Bald
    I tre hereby ni I '""':-
    ..,i to preeeni any i talma and demand*
    NOTICE Ev PUBLICATION
    IN THF CICL IT COURT OF THE
    Fi '^'DICiAI. CIRCUIT
    OF FLOP.ID-N IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
    No -'
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    I
    DOR \ TE1 IWl'Hl IT.N'NA.
    Ti -I Tedescl
    Av. ''
    llu. ,,.,v,
    You DORA x
    .... i ..'I '1
    .1 you are reuuli '
    Swsr
    Florida 331 W and file the "{
    rndneda1n,n?ne>0BU.U0rofthCom.
    ,...... shall be publ
    'rlwBANP ORDERED .1 M ;'-
    ... daj ol Ja uars A.D.
    ;'": K n l EATHBRMAN
    a.....",>"','.;;;' .V/xTU
    l.. puts Clerk
    .AWRENCI '.KAINB
    S \\ I S "i
    I
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    shall b.
    , JSS ORIiBRBp al MLarnl
    nSStaTtbii i", da) ol Ja^uaxj A.D
    H3 ,, 1.EATIIEI1M-VN-- V.k
    !.,,,,, ;.-..-,.;;,
    Deputy Clerk
    (Circuit f,i!r*S8fJltrt iv
    I ;ul. I >ST KIN. KUAN K I.I N.
    CHONIN ft S.'HKANK
    Sortheaal 16rd Streel
    Miami Beach. Florida 331l
    Attorneys for riamtilf ,.15.a.ej
    . i..,.i_. ounty, Flo-
    rida v.-11' in v 1< imGE m
    thetln ''"',"
    of, or the -"'" wU be ''"''' ...
    Dated al Miami. Florida, tl Is -4t
    ' FUlRBNCE MATSON
    ;\. irutrix
    First publication nf tbl" notice on
    ill, -th day of January, IJ71.
    SPARBBR. Z8MHU ROfeKIN AND
    II Kll.HK. 'N \ Kll
    i-K,lKi:SSI'.NA1. ASSOCIATION
    Attorneys for Kxcutrlx.
    lot) N Blecas ne Blvd.,
    Miami. R. l/t-M-B-M
    I.,. 'i
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    No. 71-9
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    (IBIE 'I'll' 'M VS, J R .
    Plaintiff,
    AlU'li: Ki'l.l. THOMAS,
    I lefend ml
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    February, 1971 or B Di fault will be
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    DATED ttlta 4th day o .lai.ua, y.
    197'' I" II. 1 KATHKKMAN
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