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^Jewish Floridian
Dr. Goldman Angry
Over 'Press Leaks'
Miami. Florida Friday, February 5, 1971
Section B
I
Early Cancer Detection
Process Is Developed
JERUSALEM UTAi Is-
! Ii scientists it the Hadassah-
ilrbrew University Hospital can-
cer research laboratory have re-
d the development of b
slrn le process thai may be able
:.i deb el cancer a1 an earlier
stage than any other known
I sts.
ntlsts here and abroad
who have studied the findings
shed in the current Issue
nf the Urai i Journal of Medi-
cal Sciences, consider the dis-
covery to be of great practical
and theoretical importance. But
they caution that the process
must undergo exhaustive test-
ing on a much wider scale than
Ls jxwsible in Israel before its
efficacy as an early cancer de-
tectoi is established.
The development and results
of preliminary testing of the
process on 520 patients at Ha-
dassah Hospital were reported
in the medical journal by Dr.
Chloe Tal. a senior lecturer at
the Hadass ah-Hebrew Univer-
sity Medical Center, who told
the Jewish Telegraphic Agency
thai the process stemmed from
a t Ivory she developed while
working In the Rockefeller In-
stitute in New York in 1952 that
when cancelous cells begin to
ii. the human Ixxiy produci i
anti-bodies which arrest their
ma'.ignant growth: and that can-
cer deve : uvhen the anti-
b "r' s fail.
Dr Tal said thai tt* san
lion nl blood samples rev >aled
lh all i '' <' had
d.-i net protein T-golbulin,
wh ch k und in the bl<- "1
women but
Ihj ^i- or In p i -
wh*i have growths or oth-
s that mimic cancer
.nt.
The researchers at Hadassah
Hospital checked serum sam-
ples from 520 patients for T-
elobulin. The patients were se-
i i tt random bul the study
was dellb rati ly designed to in-
clude a large number with e hi-
firmed cancer or confirmed non-
CerOUl diseases There were
.156 positive reactions. Checked
.-! hospital records, the re-
actl ini coincided with 3S0 weri-
cancer cases, three suspect-
P i hut non-verified eases and
three pregnant women.
According to Dr. Tal, the test-
ing detected 27 dlfferenl types
of cancer including leukemia,
Hodgkin: d sease, cancer of the
breast, thyroid, stomach, lung,
kidney, prostate, female genital
tract, nasophanrynx and lym-
phosarcoma of the lung, all of
which have been independently
diagnosed. The researchers were
unaware of the earlier diagnos, S.
Dr, Tal said the Hadassah
specialists are planning to pro-
duce the anti-serum necessary
i i administi r the T-globulin test
in large quantities. She also said
she perfected a cheap, simplified
method of making it. one that
any ordinary laboratory could
use.
The tests so far indicate that
all types of cancer encountered
show the presence of T-globulin
regardless of the age or sex of
the patient. If the substance that
inhibits the anti-cancer anti-
bodies is detected early enough.
Luncheon Concert
Proceeds For 1971
CJA-IEF Campaign
The Farb.md Labor Zionists of
I Greater Miami will hold its sixth
annual luncheon and concert Sun-
day. Fel>. 28, at the Algiers Hotel.
Proceeds wYl benefit the 1971 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emerg-
ency Fun l campaign, Joseph P.
c< rma i, ch drman of the Far-
band Lb i i-t CJA-IEF C im-
mittee, i;
Dr. a im Biran, Mini-
Educ i in C ilture of the Stat
,f Is v th< lesl speak-
er, R ibbi ir.'rv; Lehrman, spirit-
ual leader ol T< mi e Emanu-El,
and Arthur S Roskrh in, executive
vice president of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation, will also
address the conference. A special
discussion on Israel led by Zev
Baumgold of the United Jewish
Appeal will be held preceding the
luncheon.
Mr. Zuckerman noted that a
gala musical program with promi-
nent artists is planned and pre-
dicted that the Farband Labor
Zionist Movement will surpass its
1970 contributions to the CJA-IEF
campaign. ^^^^
it should he possible to find a
substance that will stimulate
the anti-bodies, she said.
Dr. Tal agreed with her col-
leagues that far more testing is
needed to confirm the Jerusalem
findings. One of the things sci-
entists want to know whether
the tesl would be reliable for
people in various countries and
not just for Israelis, since the
biology of cancer is different in
different populations, and wheth-
er the preliminary results ob-
tained by Dr. Tal will hold up
when extended to thousands of
seemingly healthy persons in
large populations tested by a
wide variety of laboratories.
J
In response to Rabbi Leon Kronish's appeal, the residents
of Seacoast Towers East more than tripled their 1970 con-
tribulions to the Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emerg-
ency Fund campaign under the leadership of William Ein-
nom. (left) and Joseph Cohen, cochairman, Seacoast Towers
East, and Harry Frankel. industrialist and philanthropist
TEL AVIV iJTA' Dr. Nahum
Goldmann left Israel Monday an-
gered by what he said were leaks
to the press of confidential reports
he made to Premier Golda Meir.
Hi denied the newspaper Maariv's
report that he had intimated to
Israeli government leaders thai
Russia would permit large scale
Jewish emigration if Israel with-
drew from the occupied Arab ter-
ritories.
Dr. Goldman said that he no
longer bothers to deny reports
thai presenl his views and activi-
ties in a "distorted manner." but
that he fell it was necessary to
deny this one. "Whatever I said
was my own assumption and I did
not cite any Russian source of
authority." he declared.
"Whit I said was a personal
evaluation. I have had hints thai
if there was peace in the Middle
East there will he increased Im-
migration from Russia. I never
linked the question with with-
drawal from the occupied terri-
tories and I have always stressed
that the slogan 'territories for
immigrants" is absurd, Dr. Gold-
mann explained.
Dr. Goldmann said he has
quested Foreign Minister A
Eban to cancel the dlplom
passport h.' holds, "I do not v
to impose another problem on
Eban, who even without thi- i
under a heavy burden of pi -
lems." *
FEDERATION INVITED TO
SEND REPRESENTATIVES
The Greater Miami Jew-
ish Fed' ration has b en ir -
vited to send representatives
to the World Conf 'rence or
i Jew ry which will b"
held in Brussels Feb. 23-2S
Persons now planning t
be in Europe at that tim
or who would be interesl
ir going, are invited to con-
tact Arthur Rosichan, I -
CUtive \ice president of th
Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration, for further informa-
tion.

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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
February 5, 1971

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of South Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of North Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County
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Jewish Floridian of South County
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Preceded by:
Jewish unity
Preceded by:
Jewish weekly
Succeeded by:
Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper

Full Text
"eJewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
- Number 6
Miami, Florida -- Friday February 5, 1971
Two Secl:cns Price 29c
309 5-A
iiformal Continuation
Of Ceasefire Expected
By SPECIAL REPORT
;r .i> N VTIONS, N V
11 t -Gem U1
I his app foi Kten-
. the Middle E
11 is the Fi Idaj
with ex-
l eel il i "- at 1 n inl ir-
ni.il continual
United Arab Republic authori-
ties Eg) delayed official
announcement, bu1 key govern-
Lebanon Rejects
Israel's Offer

:,\SAl.KM The
|!.i'i):ini government has turn-
low n an Esr tell offer to ne-
;>, rmanent peace trea-
l the basis of the pi ni
bel een the two
it i :.. Lei anese reply
ote ed to the
.... !
liitn Dr, Gunnar V
the form of a "\
ban-"
the; :i li
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itial is Ion
m r -
I I'l'i-
.'.,,... IS H
i
i ..... Li, that It* I'1"'
'(mii-mI \\ : t ll l-.Tr I
: in fun In Kr:n I h '-
rejected on groande th.it Leb-
anon declared Itself at war with
Israel in June, I!Ki* MM thou there was no fighting betuven
isi:i i and Lebevnoa during the
Six-Da* War.
Vn I- aeli officer w is k
nnd threi e >un i-
ed in bl > ly iss lult >i -
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about si nil'-: Inside L I
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Situ reman Sans
'Soviets Strongly Desire
Peace In Middle East'
PALM BEACH I JTA W.
AvereH Harriman, a torn
United Slates Ambassador t i
\\. AVERELI, IIAKKIMAN
!w, believe, thai H"' So-
viet Union strongly desires a real
pi u e In the Middle East and is
c -i ned iver the possibility of
n United State.-Soviet confron-
t 'lion.
Trie veteran diplomat and for-
mer governor of New York ex-
pressed those \ieus at a meet-
ol the Jewish Theological
Sem narj of America where the
Eternal Lighl Medal was con-
l upon him and Nathan
Appli baum of New York, chair-
man of the board of trustees of
the American Jewish Committee
Ambassador Harriman's re-
marks were his first in public
since he and Sen. Edmund S.
Muskie of Maine, talked with
S il 1 Premiere Alexei N. Kosy-
gin in Moseow. Harriman ex-
pressed belief that Kosygin was
as much for peace In the Mid-
dle East now as he was tor an
, ,i to the righting in Vietnam
in 1965, because In both instances
Russia wanted to avoid a con-
front ttion with the U.S.
This time it is the Middle
that I living the Soviets
their major com.....n." Harri-
man said "One g I ns the im-
,. ion thai the Soviets have
,, ,| their Influence to Induce
Egypt to move toward a peace-
ful solution. No longer does
Egypl talk of pushing Israel
into the sea, and -he appears
ready t,. accepl freedom of navi-
gation In the Suez Canal and
the Gulf of Aqaba." Mr. Harri-
man said.
mi nt off I ;ials lid there ; is
lit tie possibility of any major
shooting along the Suez Canal
c isefire line, even if there were
not an immediate extension.
In Israel M well as the neigh-
boring Arab stat-s, military of-
lieials called for a full alert
Status for armed forces. Both
side* have hoivily reinforced
th'-ir positions and their person-
nel itoee the truce went into
effect.
Syria also called for an alert
status, although it is not a party
to the Jarring talks. A Syrian
military and diplomatic mis-
sion to Moscow was advised by
Soviet spokesmen to work for a
Middle East peaceful settlement.
The Russi ins renewed their call
tor total Israeli withdrawal from
territory occupied In the June,
1937, Six-Day W ir.
Both si les >f the Suez were
Ih scenes of ......ts,
b n no especi illy signific mt ac-
ity was noted. In Jord in,
\ b force took u positi >i
facing the Isi S li Ara-
. 5,000 tr ops were ve \
mi in < tl ere vere
no reports i bj Iraqi
n J : Palestinian
-
-..-,,a ,,r it .1 t the t'.X.
Tnii Super I ilon Org ml sal I i i
regarding th rcr i over-
flight' of lsrall territory in the
v ., 11 pen in mt made b> Ru-
slan-sii| pile Egypt ,: I -
U Tl
t i n u at lo n
n Is id the L' ^.R
through ial medial ir I1''.
(e.im-a- V. d irrin j wm "a i te
.nt |i ii i pt
The state-
Contlnued on r ige I3-A
$373,452,220 Fiscal
Budget Approved
By Jewish Agency
JERUSALEM (JTAl The
budget and finance committee
of the expanded Jewish Agency
has aporoved a draft budget for
the 1971-72 fiscal year totalling
$573,452,220, compared to the
current year's S361.373.000. of-
ficials said. The fiscal year starts
April 1.
All but $8.5 million of the
next budget total Is expected
from Jewish appeal funds
throughout the world, with the
major portion $400 million -
expected from the United Jew-
ish Appeal in the United States.
Officials listed the main ex-
penditures of the new burget,
(rounded off to the nearest $100.-
0001 as 835.9 million tor Immi-
on and absorption, $36.7 mil-
lion for SOCial welfare i\ io s,
$72.6 million for health services.
$505 milll n tor ed ication, $82.5
million for institutions of higher
learnings, $22.5 million tor youth
care and training. $42.4 million
for absorption in farm settle-
ments. $193 million for Immi-
grant housing. $2.7 million for
general administration and $34.5
million for other items.
News Briefs
Military Aid 'liiatlcquatc'
WASHINGTON (JTAl Sen. Henrj M.
denl Nixon snev md t to extend nilil irj en lit i
: is 'wholly inad -quate, both as I i n >ui I terms .. es-
pecially at a critical moaient in the East which has beco
the cockpit of the cold war." The Washington Democrat
"it tther than using th existing broad and decisive authoi It
year in Section 501 of the Defense Procurement Act, the Ad
ministration has chosen to treat Israel's pressing military requ
ments in the routine manner of the Foreign Military Sal A I
He pointed out that the new budget asked $582 million for milit irj
assistance to 15 countries, including Israel, without setting forth
s[>ecific sums for each country, and that with 15 countries shari:
the $582 million. Israel was hardly likely to receive the $300 million
authorized for her last year.
Prize Recipient
AMSTKRDAM (JTA) Prof. Emanuel Levinas. a Lithuanian
Jew. was named this week as the recipient of the 1971 Albert
Schweitzer Prize, presented to him by Qucon Juliana of the Nether-
lands. Dr. Levinas. a professor of philosophy at the University if
Nanterre. was educated at the Hebrew high school in Kovno, Lithu-
ania, and at the Sorbonne in Paris.
Sabin Receives Medal
WASHINGTON (JTAl Dr, Albert B. Sabin has been nai
by President Nixon as one of the nine r the 1 '' N -
t. in ii Medal of Science, the government's highest award for
ment in science. Dr. Sabin, president of the Weizmann Instil
v \. cited for many fundamental contributions to the unde
ruses and viral diseases, culminating in his develoi ment
r iral polia vaccine, following the ori h in
such vaccines by Dr. Jonas Salk.
Applications Being Accepted
NEW YORK (JTA The Hebrew University in Ji
N V irk-basi i A
aii ipplications, throu h F 28, tor the 1971-72 M
I Ch I Wai bur Ri seal h Prizes n .1 wish Studies
s .,. given to students up to 30 yi ars old i -
hold 1 ':' tases tho
with i di : in the will be chosen. Wini
year for tw i > irs, and in sp< c
rd year. Thos > who n it tor thn i
it her two-year gi til their achievements co esp It those
. i n search fellow at the Hel i Ui iversity.
Police duard Carnegie Hall
NEW YORK (JTAl New York City police maintained n i
\ itch m Carnegie Hall to prevent new attempts to disrupt the per-
formances ol the Siberian Dancers and Singers from Omsk, the
latest group of Soviet artists to tour the United states under the
U.S.-Soviet cultural exchange program. A "target" of Jewish stu-
dent activists protesting the mistreatment of Jews in the U.S.S.R..
their opening Thursday nighl was delayed for nearly an hour by i
bomb sen.- and the release of ammonia fumes in the Hall which
forced hundreds of ticket-holders to leave their seats.
TV Advertising Ban
JERUSALEM hold approval for commercial advertising on television for the time
being in accordance with a recomendation by tho plenary council ol
the Israel Broadcasting Authority. The Authority has the power to
authorize TV commercials, but decided not to exorcise it in view of
the far-reaching effects such a move was likely to have on the na-
tional economy. The principal objection to commercial TV stems
from the fear that it would stimulate privat" consumption at a time
when the government is battling inflation. The Israeli News;
Publishers Association also voiced opposition, because TV adver-
tising would divert revenues from newspapers.
"Determined Effort Needed'
WASHINGTON I JTA' The United Zionist-Revisionist- of
Km ':-' has -.used Jewish organizations of diverting attention from
the plight of Soviet Jewry by their 'hysterical responses to the
activities of the Jewish Defense League.' A statement issued by
the m:l tant Zionist group said: "The need of the moment is for a
determined effort by all Jewish organizations to concentrate their
efforts on securing freedom foi all Jews, throughout the world."
According to the Zionist-Revisionists, the JDI.'s activities "are the
proper concern of he United States government" which should pro-
tect foreign diplomats in this country, Just as it is the task of the
Soviet government to protect American diplomats" In the Soviet
Union.


Facie 2-A
*Je* ist ncridti^F
Friday, February 5. 1971
Beth David Schedules
CJA-IEF Event Feb. 13
Earael Amltai, journalist, authoi
nd TV producer-director, will be
tie Kueat speaker at Beth David
'ongregation's gala dinner-dance
' n behalf ol the Greater Miami:
Jewish Federation's 1971 Com-1
tin <1 Jewish Appeal and Israel
Imergency Fund campaign, Rol>-
11 H. Traurig, chairman of Both
a\ids CJA-IEF Dinner, reported.
The Saturday. Feb. 13, event,
I be hold in the Deauville Hotel,:
oxpectod to raise a record
l mount for the 1971 campaign,
laiiiii Sol Landau, spiritual leader
ik-th David Congregation and
y chairman for the affair.
nnounoi d.
Mr, and Mrs. M irton Weinberg-
h ivc Lccepted the chairm in
ship of the Host Committee; Sam
tadanes will be serving with them
3 cochairman.
The Commit! of H ts i In r-
(ion) includes Mr. and Mrs.'
Sam '' lanes, Mr md Mis. Al-
- !'
David
mn, 1 'r and Mi s. Sol Cenl
r. u i I Mi s. 11-.". in Christi Mr.
! i Mrs. Wall r Falh Mi an 1
Harvey F : i i M
I Mr. ai
i nd, Dr.
Getz, Mr. ind Mrs.
nd M s.
i i nd Mrs. El-
it G i and Mrs Milton Green.
Also Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hank-'
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Hers-
itz Mr. and Mrs. Stephen.
.. Mr. and Mrs. Leon K
in, Mr. an Mr, and Mrs. Aaron Kravitz,
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Katzman Keynote Speaker
For Histadrut Conference
jac K itzman, n itional secre-
of the Farband-Labor Zionist
Ordi r and one of the nation's
nosl Fewl -h sp ikesmen, will
i. the ki ynote sp faker o( the
] annual International Mid-
winter "onference of the Israi l
H -i.I'lr;.' Foundation.
Mr. Katzman, who headquarters
\ a York City, will address
the Feb lr> opening session of the
three-day conclave In which m
than l."^' delegates from through-
out the United States, Canada, Lat-
in America and Israel will take
part, according to conference co-
chairman Norman J. Kasser and
Morris Lange.
The former executive secretary
of the Labor Zionist Organization
of America-Poale /.ion. Mr. Katz-
man was associated with the Far-
band from 1936 to 1962. He re-
...| t,i || u associate secretary
l 161, and assumed his present
p tion m 1964, after the death of
the late Louis Segal.
i me '' the leading .-
the Labor Zionist movi menl Mr,
Katzman was national secret j
of the Young I'd,tie Zion Alii
H i! ii im and now soiav. as na-
i ma] -. Ice pr tsident of the Na-
i Committee for Labor Israel
and the Israel Histadrut Campaign
A native of Boston, he has al
various times worked as a teacher,
newspaper reporter, editor and ra-
dio commentator. During World
War II, hi in t h i ip icity
of a lay ch 11>I tin with the Ameri-
can armc I n the European
theater,
After the war, he worked with
Jewish survivors In displaced p r-
sons' ramps in upper Austria. He
is a member of the World Zionist
Actions Committee and secretary
of the World Union of Labor Zion-
ist Organizations-Ihud Olami.
Mr. Katzman is a member of the
governing council of the World
Zionist Congress and of executive
bodies ol LZOA-Poale Zion, the
American Zionist Federation, the
World Congress tor .Jewish Cul-
ture and other national and inter-
national Jewish organizations.
He serves as president of the
Herzliah Hebrew Teachers Insti-
tute and Jewish Teachers Semi-
nary, chairman of the administra-
tive committee of the American
Section of the World Jewish Con-
gress and as vice president of
AMPAL-American Israel Corpora-
tion.
United States Sen, Mike Gravel
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Feb. 15 sissi.m, which is free and
ojH'n to the public, providing ad-
vance reservations are mad,'.
Histadrut conference headquar-
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Miami Beach.
Liberty For Russian Jews The Objective
Formation of an international presented with a "key to freedom,'
organization, "The Key to Free- symbolizing the organization's
dom," to seek liberty for Russian commitment to "open the gates ol
prisons and tear down the "Iron
Curtain" th it prevents pcopli
n living in freedom in the coun-
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called for the activation of plan*
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The movement, according to Rah
hi Stern, will be "non-denomina-
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non-violent." Its lands will u
turned over to "the responsibli
Jewish leadership for the re
ii it.iation and rehabilitation ol
the people who will secure exit
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Pan?
Jews was announced this week by
Rabbi Tiber H. Stern, rabbi of the
Jacob ('. Cohen Community Syna-
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Suspicions Based On Record
No one will fault the Christian church groups which
are concerned with the plight cf Arab refugees and the
desire for an eauitable peace in the Middle Enst. Re-
ligious leaders of all faiths have a deep and abiding in-
terest in the area in which Judaism, Christianity and Islam
were born.
The recent conference on the issue which touched
Jewish sensitivity was notable, however, for its continued
ignoring of the conditions under which Jews still in Moslem
countries are forced to live cr the fact that, as a result of
the Middle East troubles, more than a half-million Jews in
those lands became refugees. Those Christians who are
still puzzled at Jewish reaction to statements that profess
to display their "humcnity" might take a long look at their
silence when it comes to the oppression of Jews for a better
understanding of why the Jewish people continue to be
suspicious of their motives. It is not because of their "per-
secution complex" but based on the record of continued
Christian prejudice and lack of understanding.
Federation Moving Ahead
Two seemingly unrelated events last week provide an
insight into the Greater Miami Jewish community's shift of
emphasis in priorities if the signs are read properly.
Federation's Board of Directors voted to share in one-
third cf the ccjt of a fringe benefit program for licensed
Hebrew teachers and religious school administrators as n
first step in a long-range program to upgrade the status of
full-time Jewish teachers. The hope is to attract more guali-
fied men and women to a field which has become less and
less attractive ever the years. The money allocated is not
as great as the significance of the action.
The other event was the announcement that the guest
of honor at one of our major synagogue's dinners on be-
half of the Combined Jewish Appeal would be Abraham
Gittelson. the educational director of Beth Torah Congrega-
tion. This surely must be unique, for the rules of fund-rais-
ing honors have been quite strict in that they have been re-
served for large contributors. It is to the credit of Beth
Torah Congregation that its response to the CJA-IEF needs
will be stimulated by its affection and respect for a young
man honored for his outstanding contribution to the educa-
tion of our children.
America's Jewish Welfare funds were challenged two
years ago to respond to the educational crisis and in Miami
a forward-looking Federation is obviously moving ahead.
Crack In The Opposition
A significant crack in the almost-solid non-Orthodox
Jewish opposition to state aid for parochial schools is seen
in the call by the president of the New York Board of
Rabbis for a re-evaluation of its attitude on the controver-
sial issue.
The stand came in a policy speech by Rabbi Harold
Saperstein, the Reform president of the Board which repre-
sents more than 1.000 Conservative, Orthodox and Reform
rabbis in the metropolitan area. It was endorsed by Rabbi
David Seligson, who stems from the classical Reform pre-
cincts of Central Synagogue.
The New York Board, in common with virtually all
major Jewish organizations, has been on record for years
against government aid to parochial schools. While Rabbi
Saperstein's speech is not official policy as yet, the circum-
stances under which it was made may foretell the future
course of this issue.
MATTER OF FACT
by JOSEPH AISOP
WASHINGTON *,Tho 1
ident's message on the State of
the Union was genuinely remark-
able. In many rather fundamen-
tal ways, in fact it was bolder
and more Innovating than any-
thing heard from a President
a nee the time, nearly 40 years
ago, when Franklin D. Roosevelt
wi putting tlv courtPr on a
now course,
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claim for the president, a short
history of the message and its
ideas is in oBder. To bsgin with,
Rich in I Nixon knew enough
ab hi the subject to think the
U S government h id c "ased t i



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Comment
A good deal of my regular
reading is what I call "glo >m
ami doom" material. If I si
a |Hvk at "Mad," it is only as
slight relief from Cofmneatary,
Commonweal, Psyoaotogy To-
day. Dissent. Kneininter. Satur-
day Review, The Humanist and
the assorted news litters that
have given me that grim look.
With four children in the col-
lege-junior high range, it has
been no pleasure looking at the
covers of these magazines in re-
c. nt wi eks. Comsnoaweal blae'c-
types Trying To Save The
Schools." "Do.'.. The University
Hive A Future?" asks The Hu-
manist. The Saturday Review's
tenth anniversary education Is-
sue headlines "End oi th>' Im-
possible Dream"; "Children of
the Apocalypse": "Who Needs
Schools0" In Psychology T "Paul Goodman on the Schools,
and you know what that me I
or .1 i >m Brimer on Bad Edu-
cation." Stahs the summary
"Perhaps," says Bruner, "we
should abolish all schools of edu-
cation" lie also nominates
some teachers to be tried as
' educational ct Iminals."
It i.s almost with some relief
that i read the legislative report
in th'- Miami News recently.
Our lawmakers, it seems, are
also concerned with the whole
educational operation and Sen.
Robert HaverQeld's Univemi-
ii' mil (' immunity Colle ;es
Committee is Investigating what
It considers "unsavory" condi-
tions which exist to some extent
at each of th" state uni<
Like:
Lack of dormitory supen ision.
No i ire being enforced
wjrk ssh-y vstfc even I >re he
office H expi ri met in
office sti "fu" that
com Iction.
THE FIRST symptom if the
ind-branch eh u ict i of the
resulting Nbi m appn ich was
imilj \ tance
. iunk the wh
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\Ise il mari jauna In irmi-
: tries. Allowing radicals s ich as
a bie Hoifm in on eampusi -
There are other things, of
course, but the) all seem to add
up to what Leslie Fiedler said
in one nf those articles l read
that must Florida legislators un-
doubtedly haven't because they
would favor banning the maga-
zines in which they appear, We
ha\e people who are discontent
with the university i> ciuse
they are afraid it Is not Indoctri-
nating vigorously enough on be-
half of what they take to tx the
eternal Values. There are
other people who are un-
happj btcause they be!
that the university ought |
Indoctrin iting peo| le tor ither
kinds of society Hut every-
one really knows tint you can't
indoctrint<* nonle In ?** yoi of the Chamber of Commerce
anymore; even the Chamber of
Commerce knows that.' But
doe- the Florida Icgislatun ?
On the other hand, there are
th radical reformers like p mi
Goodman: "In my oninion, the
majority of i-c ill d students
m college and high schools do
t want to be there ind ought
not to he \e
ment i~ not the appropriate
means of education for
youn peoole, Including most of
the bl "lit .lust a few ye irs
<'. Goodman wa I i
wild-eyed anarchist: t\ ,\.
many of the theories he i k an-
ced then have keen accepted,
some Unconsciously Thus, he
states that "The young have I i
attend schoo' I for varl mm
known reasons, none of which
by EDWARD COHEN
essary I being
' he W 1!-':
Then when militant
gi oup defies ihc coerciv Insti-
tution and shouts 'shut it down,'
the n re coollj c imp! ic
ent lx cause the> dint cue for
the ; ice either And, he points
out, the refusal of taxpayers In
the p isl several ye irs to ap-
prove school expenditures is an
indication ol support for his
\k w. even if thej don't realize it.
Edg ir X Fi a denberg is an-
other who takes a dim view of
"......I i I .. it ion d structure.
He will deliver a p The
Future : I ducation in Amer-
ica" at si miner to be held at
Temple [sr lei t wi ek from Sun-
day, but it ;s clear where he
stands when in challenging the
idea whether
tk>n i. essenl al ir Just Incvit
his answer la thai "All we can
really ij is that II
n life, like free-
ways md air pollution" and tint
ip in- v lew of our i hie i
': : >' system something like
an ee llogical d.sa-l, i
One need n It agree with the
radical solutions for education
in Americ i to recognize the va-
lidity of their charge that m
Ol the 3 ime is worse than noth-
ing The> would igree with our
legislat irs about not spending
to i '-: : lucation as it
..... but for different
their view that
,1"' n must be le-
str lye I so thai it c in be n
stituted is n on basically
they t -o would bo
"ed by the shallowness of
our destructh Is i-i il ra who-.,.
|J' *ms not to have g >ne
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Friday. February 5, 1971
/IS
Max Lerner
Sees It
NEW YORK Tlic wildcat strike or police patrolmen in
New York (which was everything Mayor John Lindsay says it
was, and thon tome more) started a group of us off on a game
the other day. If you woke up somo morning and found that one
of the essential functions of human living in a society had been
paralyzed or hid atrophied or just vanished, which of them
would you miss most? Which could you least do without?
If you have to find a name for the game, you could call it
"Indispensable" or just "Without What" Of course, you have
to assume cei tain el< m ntals food, water, air to breathe, some
shelter, fire. You can't go hack beyond prehistory. You also have
to talk about human living as we know ii. especially in the big
cities, and iii11 iii .some primal hord

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You can refuse to play the game as one or two of us did
j ;, .. t< ing thai nothing is reallj essential: nut police 'pro-
> lursclfi nor subways or taxis (walk or ride .< horse 1 nor
news] (who reads? no:- schools 'children are better off
without them.i Hut it you are not so high and mighty, the field
is free for your imagination, and the game makes you think
ml what .- mor oi ;< ss crucial for civilized living.
You start with police, firemen, sanitation. Call them the
protective services. The "police action" in New York could have
gone on for a few days without disaster, I presume. The fact of
no traffic co]>s. no traffic or parking tickets might seem a
dream-come-true. Hut always there is the specter of a city left
unguarded against violence and death, abandoned by the very
:i who have .sworn to be its guardians.
Cx
IX THE K\n, there is the nightmare breakdown of order
that happened in the police strike in Montreal and the bitter
question: "Watchman, what of the night?" I should feel the
- ime about a fireman's strike and when the health hazard
got great enough about one by sanitation workers.
As ior the Army, I should welcome < striki against war if
Id td to ail nations. A w trld without armies, navies,
s. nuclear weapons would be a blessing, and then the
.uld be quite i n u)
\ without communications wo
le hard-put to survive. My own p iority 'in ascending order)
iys, cars, buses, mail, ph nes (in the British
thi last two are linked) and probabb, >' II would
: i I -. (without which no lights, no TVs, no elevators1.
Simply to list these suggests how fragile is the web of urban
j broken.
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ONE BECALM THE electric power failure on the East
Coast some years ago. and the transport strike. One of their
effects was to bring |>eoplc together more closely, as often hap-
|x.ns in crisis situations. But you can't always count on it Some-
limes there is a psychology of exereme situations -- in prisons,
in concentration eami>s which barbarizes men instead of
humanizing them.
There Ls a thin line between communications and the life of
ihe mind. The press is on that line, as the migrative of freedom
of the press suggests. A world without newspapers, radios. TVs
would be not only without communications but without that ex-
change of ideas which is one of the crucial marks of the human.
That is why a tyrant state mast control the press and why it
Sears lx>oks, making the ultimate crime that of publishing or
reading anything without permission. This would go for plays
and movies, too, and for all art forms, since art is the most
powerful w ij ol presenting a vision of life.
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Inaugural Conference Here
Will Launch 1971 Campaign
The 1971 campaign for State of
Israel Bonds will be launched at
the three-day conference of more
than 2,003 American and Cana-
dian Jewish leaders at the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel, March 4-ti, Leo
Bernstein of New York, vice pres
Ident of the Israel Bond Organiza-
i tion. has announced.
The annual meeting, officially
! designated the International In-
augural Conference for Israel
| Bonds, will open a worldwide ef-
fort to sell $400 million in Is-ad
Bonds in 1971. by far the most
ambitious drive in the 21-year his-'
torj of the Horn! organization and.
nearlj double the $_io million]
which was sold in 1970. The ex-j
traordinary 1971 refit cts
iii.- ; I I to speed it
onon Ic rowth at i I im< t the
countrj i- \ irtually on a wartime
' ; | '.. :-':! s tid.
! I rnstein also innounced
thai S in I' ithbi i g< n -r il chair-
man, an'! Louis H Boyar, chair-
ol the ii lard of governors of
the Israel Bond Organization, have
agreed to serve as chairmen of the
1971 International Inaugural Con-
fi i nee.
Mr. Rothberg, a prominent Mid-
west business executive and lead-
er in Jewish communal affairs, has
long been associated with a va-
rlety of efforts to aid Israel's econ-
omy. He has been in the vanguard
of the Israel Bond program since
its inception, and is president 0
Capital for Israel. Inc.. and Israel
Investors Corp.
Mr. Rothberg is chairman Ol the
board oi governors ol Hebrewj
University, president of the Amer-
ic ., Friends of Hebrew V and the
recipient ol the school's coveted
Scopus Award. He holds
orary docl rate from Hebrew i
and is also a member of the I
of governors of Tel Aviv Ui
sity, ihe V l' stitui
the Univi r-itv
years .the imphith
:
i in ,;i 'I",n ;""t
Sam R
!n thi I'nil
I i.: serves on 1 n:tioi
paign
mittei if 1 '
peal. He was r <
the xecutive level ol I
Agency, a tribute to his i
furthi lion I I-
Mr. B yar, one of the 1
leaders of the 1-.
zation, was for sevei :'. yi
man of the campaign in Los An-
geles. He ha- been Advance <
chairman of ihe I/- Al
United Jewish Welfare Fund an 1
national vice chairman of the
Trades and Professions Council of
the United Jewish Appeal and >
chairman of the board of 1-
Investors (.'''<. 'ice president nl
the American Friends of Hebrew
U iml a member of the board of
dta'.ectors of Capital for Israel. Inc.
Mr Boyar established 'he M te
Boyar Children's Home in Israel
. memorial to his late wife,
u ,. ,, outstanding leader in
Israel Long inter-
. in tnc ,,- md treatmi I
... ih. Boyar-
Arthril Cllni< which m iki -
,bl. t., those f-
... to Bde-
PVCl '
if isi Sino
Mayor Dermer Installing
Officer And Speaker
The newly-elected office rs ol
Chaim Weizmann Bra
i abor Zionist Ordei i
installed dm
eel', monies in th*
Federal, 1234 W I i
bccoi dingl on an
made bj iloe Levi >id nt,
officer w ill l> Miami R> aeh M ij
Jay Derm r, pri sidenl i i the I
Jewish National Fund who re-
cently served as national chairman
of JNK's 770ih anniversary cele-
bration. A musical program will
lie presented under the direction
of conductor and composer Shmuel |
j Fershko.
tOUrS H. BOYAR
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V i ih
Februar)
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>limenl in. It -
expecte I th it the Israel Bon I
drive will furnish 7a',- of this
amount.
IN Tills GAME of Indispensable" there are some cool and
hot perspectives. I could well Imagine a world without money. It
would he harder to imagine a world without medicine or law. al-
though sometimes we feel we could dispense with their more
officious practitioners.
We could get along without the politicians, although not
without authority in some form. We could probably do without
the churches, but what would human life lx> like without some
sense of God, in whatever form.
There are many who fee! we would be better off without
racial, religious and language differences. We would certainly be
better without the hostilities they engender, but. for me. any-
thing that strips us of the diversities of life strips us also of part
of the richness.
Most cleaners
act like they doiit
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TH AT APTMKS ALSO to dress, no! as uniform but as
adornment It applic- to sexual differences I which is why I find
unisex a bore) and to sexuality itself. You could manage to
spawn children in incubators, but as Orwell's "1984" undcr-
? tod a society without .sexuality and love and the parent-
child relation is a sorry thin.;.
I add dreams and dreaming, laughter and anger and com-
n. And finalb death itself for without death, neither hie
nor immorality would have definition.
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I
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letters to the editor
EDITOR, The J.-wiih Floricliim:
We wi MM this letter wo rr-
- '- ' Miami office will be of Interest to
your readers. The writer enclosed
;i check for S10. and addressed it
to the South Florida Conference
on Soviet Jewry, 1100 NE 125th
St.. North Miami. Fla. 33161. It
i ad as follow s.
"Gentlemen:
"Having heard a television
broadcast concerning Russian
persecution of jews, I called
Rabbi Friedeman In Fort
Myers, who reft rred me to you.
"Since we n member the '30s
and '4(>s hi Europe, my hus-
band and 1 are very disturbed
to think that this can begin
again In any form. However.
we an- not aware of what we
can do to help prevent it. and
hop.- you i <:i tell us.
"We are hisl quii t, orking
people without ii groat deal ol
Influence-, bul we are taxi b
. i g and vot< i s, Whatever we
able to do, we inti nd to
do. Wt have little money, but
if money w ill hi Ip, we ill
make n ailabl to you what
m can, At Ihe vei > least, we
can hi Ip you to paj for a few
tips.
"In c.ise It is need sary for
ynii to ki uu. we i re Baptists.
We feel this is not important,
rxept as it involves our abil-
ity to help.
"We hope t< hear from you
soon.
Yours very truly,
MRS. FLOYD C. ARNOLD
"Napli s. Florida."
Your cooperation in printing the
ii Her will be most appreciated.
YONKK VANKII, Coordinator, i
South Florida Confereiicr on
So\ iel Jewry
K.IMTOR. The Jt-wi-.li FlorldUui:
Aj a former leader of "Samoo-
bol .'ii.' the Jewish defense or-
Ization In my native city of
Gomel, Russia, In 1903, I fell deep
appreh H-i'iti ver the attack by
members ol the Jewish Defense
:......ii the S i. iel Emb issj In
the Unit" d SI
I realize t'.i- ir mot v re no-
Seminar For All
Hebrew Teachers
ble, but their tactic; were not
proper and even dangerous.
In the case of our pogroms, we
were confronted with hooligans,
and were compelled to defend OUT-
selves. We were successful. A few
buildings were destroyed, we suf-
fered losses, but the city was
saved, This was the first time In
the history of Russian pogroms
that the Jews put up a fight.
At the present, a great, brut il
country is involved. There may
be serious complications for the
Dr. Irving Alberts Is
Draft Hoard Chairman
I >r. Irving S. Alberts has been
appointed to replace the deo ased
chairman of Miami Reach Draft
Board 169, Fred Baisdi n. The an-
nounci merit of ins i levation to the
chairmanship of Draft Board 169,
which includes Miami Beach, Surf-
side, Bal Harbor and Golden
I .i bi h, w as m ide by board mem-
It rs < rdon McLeod, I lary (ierson
and \\ illiain Falkni r,
Jews in ti, Soviet Union and oili-
er problems here and abroad, be-
cause oi the JDl.'s militancy.
I salute the Jewish Defense
League's apparent change to mure
peaceful methods. They will prove
more effective. I urge others to
Join In the protests in behalf of
the three million suffering Jews,
and may their efforts be crowned
with success.
R. SIMON WII.KNSKY
March Of Dimes Sets
Feb. 27 'Pledge*alk'
Registration forms are available
at participating high schools and
colleges, all Food Fair stores, and
at the Dade County March of
l linns offici. 2917 NW 7th St.. for
the first annual "March of Dimes
Pledgewalk," which will find 5,000
Dade County residents walking 25
miles "for the life of a child" Sat-
urday, Feb. 27.
The annual sixXv'ei-k'Seniinar of
i if Bureatroi Jewish Educatii n to
be held on six successive Friday
mornings from Feb. 12 to March
19 will feature outstanding na-
tional educators as well as local
professionals Leonard Zilbert,
president, has announced.
The Seminar will open with Dr.
James K. Smith, Jr., of Educational
Associates, Inc., and formi r pro-
fessor at Nova University, discus-
sing individualized instruction and
behavioral objectives on Feb. 12;
Feb. lit. the subject will be
"Trends in General Education Ap-
plicable to the Jewish School."
On Feb. 26, Dr. Louis Schwartz-
man, executive director of the
Bureau of Jewish Education, will
discuss "Discovery Approaches
and Methods ol Stimulating ('pen
and Free Discussion."
Dr. Nathanii I Soroff, Bun au
Consultant, will direct the Seminar
in "Teaching Concepts and Values
in the Subject Areas of the lb
bri w School" on March 5.
Dr. Nogah Hareuveni ol II
Jewish Agencj of New York Cil
and internationally famous educa-
tor, will discuss "Nature in th
Bible As Applied to Holidays an :
Festivals." March 12 ami on March
19, Dr. Isaac Fein, former profes-
lege, will discuss 'Aspects i
American Jewish History Applic-
able to the Hebrew School."
sor at the Rait,more Hebrew Co -
The Seminar highlighting th!
year's teacher training and in-
struction will again !> directed b/
Dr. Nathan! I Son ft. who will I
in charge ol all arrangements.
A feature of the Seminar, w i
i-. open to all Hebrew teachers i
Dade and Broward Counties, wi
I uzz si ssions following the ii -
itial presi ntal ions, with loc
ieducs 'iectors an I w a< I i
shop sessio
A well-known Miami Reich phy-
sician who has been practicing bis
profession here for 35 years, Dr.
\lb,i is was appoint! I to the board
by President Eisenhower in 1952.
I is a formi r City of Miami
I'. ach i hysician and for more than
10 years served .is Miami Beach
High School football
sician.
Persons entering the Pledge-
walk seek sponsors who will agree
in pay them so much a mile for
walking. Th pli d p from 10 cents
a mile up, is donated to the March
.if Dimes fight against birth de-1
fects. Mrs. Betty Lou Randolph.
executive director, and Mrs. Adria
ElcOOk, special Pledgewalk CO"
ordinati r, may be contacted al
team phy- | the March of Dimes office for fur-
| ther information,
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Friday. February 5, 1971

Cuban Leaders Attend
An Awards Breakfast
Harris Reelected By Occupational Council's Board
. Harris, prominent Albert. Newark, president; Char-
and communal load-> lotte Bernha.d of Milwaukee. Rob-
reelected vice presi- \ ert D. Diet/ of Cleveland and Sey-
Jfwish Occupational mour Nordenhers of t iicago. vKe
Marshall S. Harris, prominent Albert. N.wark pr.sidcnt; Char-
! local attorney and communal lead-1 lotte Bernhaid of Mil
I it, has been
j dent of the J<
Council, coordinating body of
New
Leaden of the Greater Miami
Cuban Jewish community attend-
ed an Awards Breakfast at the
Kontainebleau Hotel this week to
hoar final report* on this yir<
Israel Dinner of State on behalf
of Israel Bonds, and joined in pay-
ing tribute to lead in? workers.
Special honors were accorded
Mr. and Mrs. Boruch Shames who
had been h.mored in absentia at
the Cuban Hebrew-Israel Dinner
51 November. Unable to
attend because of illness at that
(jmn, thev roenivpil the Slate of
Israel Shalom Award which was
to have been presented to them at
the dinner,
Michael Litvak, director of the
Israel Bond Organization, an-
nounced that final tallies showed
that a record-breaking $425,000
was sold at the Cuban Hebrew-
Israel Dinner of State. He paid
special tribute to Salomon Yuken,
who had served as dinner chair-
man, and Rafael Kravec. honorary
dinner chairman, for their part in
making this, achievement possible.
Awards were conferred upon,
other leading members of the Cu-
ban Jewish community who had
headed the campaign. Singled out
for special citations were Salomon
Klein. Rafael Mat/. Salomon Yuken
and Herman Heisler. A citation j
was also presented to the Cuban
Hebrew Congregation.
"Outstanding Worker" citations
were presented to Alberto Castiel,
Jaime Mitrani, Mrs. Eva Baisman
and i". rs in Kriger. Cited earlier
- > itstanding workers were Mrs.
Z lila K z lik ind Mrs. Viet
Adouth.
Tribute was so ace rded David
-, H :. K iper and Luis Topp
>, together u ith S I mon <:
nd Rafa I M
Trustees of Is
Plai Cuban H -
: ;
wen I steerirt
was i ed
". Is
' i
S Eva 1
I n Raquel G
Victoi Vdout
ind 1 the chair-
n
C m. t
Cuban Group of \
H
.
-
I led
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Jewish vocational services.
The Council also elected Benja-
min S. LoewensUin, Philadelnhia.
honorary chairman: Milton Miller.
Baltimore, chairman: Milton H.
David Pinski Oneg Shabbos
Participating in the Oneg Shab-
bos program of the David Pinski
Culture Club Friday at 8 p.m. in
the Ida M. Fisher Junior High
School Cafeteria will be author
Melech Epstein, Sara Fershko,
Hershel and Mania Gtndel. of the
Yiddish Art Theatre. The literary
and musical program will honor
L. Lasavin on the publication of
his latest book. "In Constant
Struggle."'
presidents; Siniuel Cevy.
York City, treasurer, and H. Alan
I Stein, Newark, secretary-
Mr. Miller, the incoming chair-
; man. outlined the Council's pro-
; gram for the coming yi ar and
st:. SSI d that areas of current con-
, cern to the Jewish community will
! continui to n ceive the highest pri-
ority. The Hoard endorsed intensi-
fication of service to all
.oiith. the aged, and the Israeli
vi cational ard rehabilitati n agen-
cies. It also approved a program
to iss'.sl its affiliates, such as the
local Jewish Vocational Service. In
muting the needs of a growing
number of unemployed Jewish pro-
fessional and white collar workers
as will as new college graduates,
MARSHALL S. HARRIS
PROF. FRANKLIN M. UTTUL
Prof. Littell Will
Lecture Sundav
At Temple Israel
: ter, the C Farl
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th.
Al an Awa'dj BracMast marking the din
of ihe Cuban-Jewish community campaign
en behail c? Israel bonds, c Book of Honor
was presented to Mi. and Mrs. Be:
Shames who had beer, honored in absentia
<-? the CuHan-Hnbre'.v Hinnor for bonds last
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Friday. February S, 1971
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Singer Elected Dade 13lh Annual CJA-IEF Month' Will
Foundation Chairman Ner Tamid
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William "P. Sinper, a recipient.
oj the Dado County Outstanding
Citizens Award, was Hooted 1971
Chairman of the Board of Govor-
by the Dado Fo'indati n at
i-.s recent annual meeting.
He replaoea Lawrence B. Shef-
f > vice pnsuUnt and South Flo-
i.i.i manager of Southern Bell
phone and Telegraph Co., out-
g > il.lil 111,111.
" Singer has served n the
,ts of Mount Sinai Hospital
the Greater Miami Jewish
ration: the Salvati n Army
Aory Board, University <>r
ml Citizens Board, as secre-
t > -tn as irer ol th< Gn ati r
i 'oalilfbh and in s< vi ral
i ited Fund earn] aigi s.
an Act of the Florida State
ite in lixil. a ; ortion of In-
ai. 0f> was naniod "The Sing-
! A, rrsswj\ '. iiognition ol
service t<> the State of Florida
b n-. mb<: of the State R
l .id.
el(! to thrri -year
j i i ol thi Foundal
h v ~i nni-il by tl i rd ol
Th* First Nati< a
k ;" Miami In 1967, \<
rey A. Davis \ Rav Pi
i. ;, I Ronch II ink ''
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ti ma '
...
. ,i as an a mi
.i
[are of people when trust bene-
factors ceased to exist, and to pro-
Mile for flexibility in financial
listributions according to the
hanging needs for such gifts.
Named as recipients of capital
so allocations dining the meeting
were The Salvation Army, St. Al-
lan's Daj Nursery, YMCA, Child-
ren's Home Society, Papanicolaou
Cane r Institute, Boy's oiuh*. of
Miami, Florida Memorial College
and The c.ii Scout Council of
South Florida.
JWV May Sponsor
IIou*!ii*r. For Seniors
Albert Schlossberg, national
commander of the Jewish War
Veterans, who addressed a special
meeting ol JWV's state executive
committi e at the Am. ricana Hotel
last week, announce i th :t the pur-
his visit t" the Miami area
,vas to check the possibiHty of
JWV sponsorship of .i cheap hous-
ng p '. i/.ons.
nati m .1 e i is nd o gaid
xoects JWV to ; $250,000
tl s vi a- for the Bi a Hos-
. I in Is
n Weil n, state
I at th m t-
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Concert Set
Temple Ner Tamid will hold its
13th annual concert in the main |
sanctuary of the temple Saturday
i w ning, Fi b. 27, according to an '
announcement made bv D. Dale
Regent, chairman of the congre-
gation's Bar Mitzvah event.
In n sponse to many requests,
the Concert Committee has ar-
anged tor an appearance by Rose
Byrum, coloratura soprano who is
will known locally and has per-
formed with the Metropolitan Op-
era Company. Miss Byrum, who
studied in Home with Inez Alfani
Ttllino. will offer selections from
opera, popular ballads and Hebrew
religious songs.
The c ir,c< t :!' also feature
Chai lotl ( 0 v i. tal n. ii Yiddish
comedienne now starring in "Good
j Bve Ko itzin," musical genius
Aaron Shifrin, who plays every
| kn lar Cantor Edw ird Kli in.
In -: to ol thi faol thai I
standing talent has been set
this e w ill be no
f th v
ing's enterti i th mlt-
Louis I
- [r, :.- ent's
Be Launched Sabbath
The Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami has issued a
proclamation designating the coming Sabbath as "Combined*
Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund Sabbath." The "Sabbath!
will launch the month of February as Combined Jewish AppeaT-
Urael Emergency Fund Month inaugurating the 1971 campaign
The proclamation was issued in the name of the Association
by Rabbi Sol Landau of Beth David Congregation, president of
the Rabbinical Association, and Rabbi Solomon Schiff. director
of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's Community Chaplalncj
Service and executive vice president of the Rabbinical Associa-
tion.
The proclamation reads:
"The Combined Jewish Appeal, which is sponsored by thi
Greater Miami Jewish Federation, is the oldest and largest fund-
raising arm of the Jewish community. It provides for the hu-
manitarian needs of over 40 beneficiary agencii 1 ical, na-
tional, and overseas. The Israel Emergi ncy Fund is a crash pro-
gram to provide vitally needed lunds to enable Israel to with-
stand the tremendous economic burdens which have been brought
on as a result of the recent hostilities in the Middle East. Since
the crisis continues unabated, the need for full support of th
Israel Emergency Fund rem tins a prime resp insibility.
The Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami, therefore
calls upon all Synagogues and Temples to support this central
fund-raising program in ace rdance with the sacred Jewish tra-
dition of 'Tzedakah' which makes charltj nol in option bu1 a
, ius i equlrement.
"The Synai igue, *'hich has always been the founl inheai
I mot i! preachment, must assume this great humanitarian and
moi al : pot ility.
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its services l> lequati I 'I ei
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'Shabbos Shirah9
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Tei^i^c Tili-rcth Israel
' lig il sour continued to sing the
divine songs in various stages of
its national development, .lust like
On thus Sabbath, the weekly M(W1,S nis.inds of vears ag0| wr,
l rah reading relates the dramat- ,,, in our dav ghaM m,VP1. ccasc
ic "Sana Ol Moses and Israel as- ..,,,..,, his jn1rnortaI wor,|s:
the Jewish peo- ..j wi)1 smK unt0 thl, ^rd,
pie triumphantly
left the slavery
for he is highly exalted; The
hone of his rider hath He
thrown into the sea. The Lord
is my strength and gong, and
He is tieceme my salvation.*'
of Egypt and
nl ,i u -. 1 y
crossed tlie Red
Sea on their
way to fr"' lorn
A little boy
who loved mu-
sic was bitterly
lisappointed be-
cause he could
neither play nor
siti:. One dav- he
his disappointment to Am- a widely traveled foreign cor-
the violin maker, who said respondent and former political
"Come into the hons,. and you writi r on Middle Eastern affairs
y. The song in the heart for the Boston Globe who is now
N thai matte for there arc on the editorial staff ol "The
. ysofn iking music. Some Jewish Dally Forward" \ P ilins, some sh some paint Featured in Temple Beth Sholom's
Rabbi Klein
Correspondent Wi!l
Be Featured In CCC
Series At Temple
By RABBI BAMUEL J. FOX
Why do .Jewish women tradi-
tionally cover their eyes before,
reciting the hleHHing over the
Sabbath oaadleaf
According to some opinions, this
custom was actually introduced by
the wife of one of the great rabbis.
The reason given was that tradi-
tionally a blessing was recited be-
fore an act is done. Thus, the
blessing should really be recited
before the candles are lit. How-
ever, if this wore to he done the
blessing would, in effect, be tanta-
mount to th~ acceptance of the
Sabbath on the part of the woman.
Once the Sabbath has liecn ac-
cepted, no fire en be lit and thus
the candles would never be able
to be lit after the blessing. It is
for this reason, of course, that we
light the candles before the bless-
ing. Yet. the tradition of reciting a
some ca st itues, "Coffee, Culture and Conversa- ''' "'' an ac'' is s'il! ,l,('
thing to do. Thus, after
lighting the candles the woman
till the grow tion" pn at 10:30 a.m. Sun-
" i ng thai to -i.i n< a S.
h lo make th nusii ol the Knopke, chairman of the CCC !':" house covers her eyes and
n make music too." program. '' I e blessing does she
telomo Ben Israel, who for the io"k uPn tne candles. Tims, her
; ''' nt which i.ist 20 years has been on radio act of looking upon the candles is
Antonio Stt taiion WEVD in New York City,
"''' world's greate-t will speak on the topic: "Is Tl
a Possibility ol Peace in the Mid-
dle East?" The political in ws com-
Moses th R I mentator who conducts the week-
- and all embrac- ly "Review of the News" program,
performed after the blessing,
meaning in effect, that the bl
pn ci ded some act.
Ralihi Maurice Klein
the Jew the mystical he is considered well qualified to Serves Tiferelh Israel
King a divine song In [bring an up-to-the-minute report D.fcu ......, ,.,.,.. .,
n is amongst hostile on the pressing problems confront-
I ing Israel today.
The function is open to the gen-
eral public at a nominal charge.
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Beshalach
""And it came to pass when Pharaoh had It the ]--
go : (Chapters 13, 17-17)
CROSSING OF THKKRn SKA When the chili-en il I
left Egypt, God did not lead them to Canaan by the shorter r
along the coast through the land of the Philistines. Instead |
journeyed south into the wilderness led by a pillar ot cloud.'by
day and a pillar of fire by night. As soon as they had left Em
Pharaoh had a change ol hear! and led his army in pursuit As
they approached the Red Sea and saw thai they were Mocked
by water In front of them and bv Egyptian pursuers In hack
them the Israelites panicked and complained bitterly to Mo
He assured them thai God was their protector and would I
them safely through all encounters. At the bidding of God,
stretched oul his hand over the sea and the waters w< > divi
allowing them to cross in safety.
THROUGH THE DESERT: The march conl
wards through tin wiiderni ss of Sh it to i pi ic c ill< d 'M ra
because of its hitter waters The people, parched with ti
murmured against Moses, who is then shown a certain
which, when casl into the watc nade them swe< I A $ n M
urged the Israelites to believe in God so thai they should
immune from thi I s ses which had afflicted Egypt. Then t
moved on to the oasis ol I
MANNA AND nil. QUAILS: Proceedii they ei-
tered the wilderness of Sinai, one month afl th
iron-. Egypt, an I soon thi k of food m
had il: -d amid the Egypt. God '
would rain bread I
ence of the people h In I
know n as quails, came to I
w !li flesh to eat. In th
manna, which t ist< d Hi i
commanded I e than at
under four pints' for ersoi
i double portion w is to !ath I to
Sabbath dav-, when no work Vn omer of i
was placed in a pot ol
the Tabernacle, to sh u God's bounty.

evv;
a:in
Cot
l!.-e
I the
B,u
The Jewish people, even like
Kit David. insDired by this Bib-

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CANDLELIGHTIKG TIME
10 SHEVAT 5:47
T
Hollander Forum Guest
Howard J. Hollander will speak
at the Forte Forum in the Audi-
torium. 12(K West Ave.. Miami
Beach, at 10 a.m. Tu. sday. An
attorney, Mr. Hollander, a mem-
ber of the Florida Bar Assn. and
ol the American Civil Liberties
Union's hoard of directors, will
diSCUSS Florida Divorce Law and
Rabbi Maurice Klein is the new
spiritual leader at Temple Tifcivth
Israel, 6500 N. Miami Ave. The
rabbi, a member of the Rabbinical
Association of Greater Miami, is! Dr. Theodore R. Struhl. chair- high students in the lo
Temple Emanu-El Youth Center I-. Establish ."
well known in this area, having man of the Youth Commission of
previously served five years at
Temple Beth Tov and six years at
Tempi,. Tifereth Jacob.
Rabbi Klein, who studied at
Western Reserve University and
graduated from Wilberforce Uni-
versity in Ohio, was ordained at
Pn nuptial Agreements in the Case I the famous Rabbinical Academy
cl Second Marriagea." ol Bratislava. Czechoslovakia.
Temple EmanU-Ei, has announced
the establishment of a Youth Cen-
ter for teenagers in the Tempi.
building
... th T :
The Youth R on which I
Icompleti ted throu
, court'-sy of Ml M
"The new Youth Center will be
open every Saturday at 8 p.m. in
Slrkin Hall and feature dan". -
film festh da, and Israeli pi
to enc.ur.i-. junior and
I: ind Mr i M :' n I
is equip i |es.
Ogiaph and TV I I
21
BETH TFILAH. 936 Euclid Ave. Or. Cantor Nathaniel Schob.
thodox. Rabbi Juieph E. Rackov- I --------------
k 22 BETH TORAH NE 164th St. at 11th
--------------- Ave Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
BETH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGREGA. I achiti. Cantor Jacob Renzer. 34
TION, 843 Meridian Avenue. 22-A ------
------- | B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St
CUBAN HEBKEW CONGREGATION Conservative. Rabbi Charles Kubel.
1242 Washington Ave Orthodox. Cantor Jack Lerner. 3
MIAMI Drazin Cantor Nattian Parnaso 11
shai dm mumcr-A '""' '* ''" Ni' '"" Saturday
9M SW thMASeONo"odox fc '"'".......( *
Cantor Aron Ben Aron. 1 ____
Rabbi Dow Rozencwaig
23
A >- a V A T
ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowitz 2
BETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N Ken.
dall Dr s. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard, Cantor Micheal
Kyrr. 3
BETH DAVID. 2626 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau
Cantoi William W. Lipson. 4
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Orthe-
dox. 5
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Ben Dickson
Pi Ida MS p in. Topic: "It ih Qood
to Iii-Miiiusi. PotlDwed by Oneg
sl.ni idled b) Mr Mid Mrs Max
bratthg their weddlna;
try Satnrdny IS a m "The
... ..: Sana;." l::.i p m. "Portion
.a l_... .". |. in. "A New Sour."
BETH TOV (Temple). 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative Rabbi Simon
April. Cantor Seymour Hinkea $
Friday. B 16 p m *iu.-si upeaker Prwfaa-
s. Samuel ISrsoff ..i L'niveralty .,f,
.vi i..mi.
OR OLOM (lempie) B/S5 S.W. 16th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph Olix-
man. 1S
Friday 5:30 p.m. and I i. m Satur-
JJ :." in Bar Mlurvah: Beth
J.V"h'''. j""] "f Mr and Mrs Jack
riiikfi. .',.ir. p rr,. ariernoon larvtce.
------
TIFFRETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. M.ami
Ave. Corservative. Cantor March-
bem-Marbiny 14
Prlday 8 IE |, m Sermon topic: 'The
Role ..i Women beginning with Miriam
ist.r ol Monea In Israel's Heroic
Hlatory la Mill the greateal 1.....m of
j'11 tii'i-s Baa Mltxvah: MJriam
Danaworth .daughter of Mr. and .Mrs.
neorge Dunaworth. Saturday 9 a m
Sermon: "The Right Perapectlye"
TIFERETH JACOB (Temple) 951 E.
4th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Mau-
rice Klein 15
ZION (TEMPLE). 6000 Miller Rd
Conservative, Rabbi Norman '. Sha-
piro. Cantor Richard S. Browdy. 16
Friday 7.3" p m Baturday 9 a.m.
NORTH MIAMI
BETH M&SHE CONGREGATION
EMANU-EL (TKMPIE). 1701 Wash-
ington Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irv-
ing Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler 24
Friday 5 p m :,i..i 8:30 n m c.i.v
1 ommuiiii> -wr.ie rtabliath Guest
preacher Dr. Allen I Rutchlk; ser<
Vn of Character SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18";i NE
SINAI (TEMPLE) of NORTH DAQE
18H01 N E. 22nd Av-rue. R-torm
Rabbi Ralph p. Kingsley. Cantor
Irving Shulkes.
I"- Idaj Bermnn: . >H Ileve in i;.i
P0MPAN0 BEACH
SHOLOM iTEMP
A.
Cantor Erneot Jc hrriber
SURFS1DE
"' DAV.L. C ,r,!'E. ".
Harding Ail-., Sur'
Hall Orthodox. RabW l.i... 9 '
IMU. Ml.....
Saturday

HIBrtCW ACADEMY'. 2400 Pinetree
Dr.Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Grnss 25
CONG. AN-NELL (Branch of He-
brew Academy). 7th St. and Men.
dian Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham
Ben-HilHI. 25.A
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Avi
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
Cantor Meyer Engal. 26
Saturday morning, Rabbi Blmcha
l.jniis. bu.-mI .speaker. Sermon: "The
ueneraUqjl Bridge"
KNESETH ISRAEL. 141S Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif 27
MENORAH (TEMPLE). 620 75th St
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram.
owitx. Cantor Nico Feldman 28
8:lli p in Baturda* 9 am
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah F
Caplan. S8
YOUNO ISRAEL OF GREATER
MIAMI. 90 NE 171st St. Orthodox
Rabbi Naftali Porush. 39
CMAL GABLES
JUDEA (TEMPLE) 5500
MAUANDAIE
HALLANDALE JEWfSH
1-6 N. E. 1st Ave.
HOtlYWOOD
CC':' >
41
BoT.H EL Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jsffe *5
Friday l:is p m s. rmnn; "Are I
ent* Alwaj Ti R| .... r g
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Morris Kipper 40
Friday ti p.m Saiunln 11-18 a m Bar
Mitsvah: Mitchell Kol.erl Irvine
son of Mr. an.I Mrs. Allan N Levine
ZAMORA (TE"PLE) 44 Zsmora Avs
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell Berger
Cantor Nathan Zolondek. 41
FT. LAUDERDALE
BE,T^. 'fRAEI- (TfcMPLE). 547 t
Oakland Park Blvd. Rabbi Sheldor
Edwards. Csntor Maurice Neu. 42
Granada BETH SHALOM iTEMPLfv I
Monroe St. Conservative" Rabbi
Morton Malavsky. Cantor
tlOld. AM
SINAI (TEMpTe"'"iT01 Johnson St.
Conservative. Rabbi David Snap -0.
Cantor Yel.udah He.lbraun. 4/
e
MIRAMAR
ISRAEL (TEMPLE) 6920 S W '
Conservativ-. Rabbi Elliot J Wmo.
grad. Cantor Abraham Koter. 4S
R^bi^oSen^ SJ"'.^ I ""'Mitsvah: Joaeph
aSnV^TI.n iW Gor?mkel- Cantor .vi, mi,.I Mrs William Ollck.
------.----- Ben Zion Klrachenhaum. 35 1 ______._
ISRAEL (Tempi.) OF WIATW ESlmufl* tiEhr*"" "W,dl A i NE-Rt.TAM'S, Miami. 137 NE 19th Street. Reform. K '_' ____ ISS7\ Waterway. Conservative.
Rabbi Joseph R Narot. 10' MIAMI RrAru Z.,^' JSK"* Labovlt* Cantor Ed.
Friday | p m Bermor "Deuteronomj ., IHMB8UtH k- f ,'- M
Wher. Moaes and Jeremiah Meet.) AOUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave. : :..'"'a-v. i;ls ''.m Bwmon: 'l^t Is
Followed i.v study session on "Great Orthodox. Rabbi Issac Ever. 17 1 S'"K A -N,'w 8u"aT fnto The Lord!"
h Cities" '^^... '------ *
--------------- BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox. I OHEV SHALOM. /055 Bonlta Dr
lerel Wein man. 30
Orthodox. Rbbi Shmaryahu T. Swir.' SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
sky. Cantor Maurice Mamchea. 19 Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmias. S1
BETH RAPHAEL (TEsJfLE). 1545 CONGREGATION"VrZ CHAIM. 1542-
Jefferson Ave. Conservative Rabbi 44 Washington Ave. Rabbi Avrohom
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh 20 Groner. 32
BETH SHOLOM
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L, nc-ru urnn ? ... _.
_______________________________________BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave.
EM.ANL'.;EL- 3245 w- Oakland Park
f.m. re.0.T- R'bbi Ar,hur J- **> i MARG,
rams. Cantor. Jerome Klement. 4s NW.
rCabbinical Jelevisi
MARGATE
ATE JEWISH CENTER. 6*01
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vision
V,
roqratnt
This page it prepared in
cooperation with the Greater
}.' itii Rabbinical Association.
Coordinator of the features
ar-Pearing here it
RABBI MAXWELL BERGER
Sfin'rudl Leadc* of
Temple Zamora
Coral Gobies
UbSTOS' L4.1.^ NCE^HTERBATM,V,tU\rEe.,oreW,DSrH
S^r7otr%U5^a2Dffi C,n,r "2.
Aid l-".,r Parochial Bchoolsr' Batur-1
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
i Of .Vlr.Vl'ir.i-'M,-'^.!' ADNAT^ \f,!m;JRn,.r"rt.(JEOPLE,>10W'
u.ur.1 TmuxH rt. E. Miami Gardens Drive. Con.
servativs. Rabbi Milton Schlinsky | ,^
day 1":4r, am liar MltgvaJi
Tumaroff son "
"aid Tumaroff.
^'"'^VU : "- "^ Worship ,W
HOBt. Rabbi Joseph A. i;.,rf,nkel. EtejUl Morf*
< ongrefi ition
Feb. 7- ci, i 8 30 i.m, The First Bltate
Topic. "A Woman's Gone ni.s"
Hot: Rev. Ln ... c Pierce
Guos;- M'' '>- Cherry, FJori
Legislator
'' '"' Ra*i Ralph Ktnggley, Terop, s
an live of the Ar
h. r, it' a.m. lho still Small Voice

Feb. 7
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Friday, February 5, 1971
*Jenlst ttvrffdtojn
Page II-A
TCCJ Names Recipients
Of Brotherhood Awards
Dade's Legal Battle Richard Essen To
Called 'Outrageous'
Thr.H
Jatioi
Rev
ec individuals representing
three major religioiu faiths
been chosen to receive the
Bnal Conference of Christians
and Jews' Brotherhood Awards at
dinner Thursday, Feb. IS, at
Fontaiiu-blrau Hotel, it has
announced.
Edward T. Graham, pastor
' Mt. /.ion Baptist Church, Charles
. KelLstadt. chairman of the board
Genera! Development Cbrpora-
>n, and Miiton Weiss, president
of Miami Beach Federal Savings k
Loan Associ ition will lie this year's
award reci|)ients according to an
nnounn ent made in the Aw irds
Cbmtiittee Chairman, Harrj u
*I!assett, who jerw as chairn
\ the koard ol the Kirs! Ni tion il
Bank.
Silver M la 1!ion of Brothei h
[Awards, the highest h inor of
NOCJ. are aw
dividu : Is .' ho havi tli'in i I i
thi It hip .ii commui il
civic ati n'-.. and are presented a1
the Annual \< '< '.I Rrothi I
Dtnni r I -h r.ii Chairman ol
this yi ii nt is M mrice Ferre
Pres lent ol Fc 're I Cor-
poral ioi and hea I of Maule In-
dustries, Iiic
Rev. Graham, who has servi I
Miami's Mount Zion Baptist
Church since 1948, Is a former
MMUtivc director ol the USO in i
Miami. He formed the Gn it
Miami Urban League in 1945, and
was ;N executive director for sev-
eral years. He was appointed to
the City of Miami Comflssion in
November. 1970.
over-all campaign chairman of
Combined Jewish Appeal, is cur-
rent president of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation. He is a
former member of the Board of
Governors ol Miami Beach Senior
Chamber ol Commerce and an or-
ganizer of their Junior Chamber of
Commerce, past Exalted Ruler ol
Miami Beach Elks Ixxlge and a!
past president of the .Miami Beach
Kiwanis.
I'he NCCJ is a civic organiza-
tion c imposed ol members of all
who work together
to promote the cooperation and
mutual understanding of all re-
il roups. The pro-
of Hi NCCJ Brotherh to I
Dinner Is I nns of
ir all NCCJ progr ims.
"Outrageous and a sign of gross
insenaitivlty towards our poor
and underprivileged citizens-" is
how Arthur Tcltelbaum, director
of the Florida Regional Office of
the Anti-Defamation League of
B'nal B'rith. described the current
loyal battle in Dadc County which
has left the minimum housing
code unenforceable through court
action.
"I-ei's not forgot for a moment
about the merits of the positi tns
of Pither th tei nts or the I in I
said Ti it ''baum. "What is
crystal cl< i Is that it is intoler-
able for netrop lil in
n ii n h i -i nl il
portion pulatun lives ii
- b-sl i ho liipr, i dMfl
Former Assistant state Attor-
ney. Richard Essen will be the
guest speaker at the Island Ter-
ra ce 1971 Combined Jewish Appeal-
Israel Emergency Fund campaign
breakfast of the Greater Mi inn
Jewish Federation, to be held Sun-
day. Fib. 14. at the Belle Plaza
Apartments Restaurant, 20 Island
Be Guest Speaker
Ave., Dr. Karl Herron, chairman
of the Island Terrace CJA-IEF
Committee, has announced. Mr.
Essen is a former member of the
exi cutive committee of the South-
! ern Regional Council of the Anti-
Defamation League and Past Mas-
ter of the Hibiscus Masonic Lodge.
ringe limefits To
Mr. Kellsl idt, the
, boa' chief
chairman of
executive of-
;r of (i' ni a! Devi lopment Cor-
ation, is a retired chairman of
ic board and former president
*
pre
of Shirs R buck and Company. I
i sen ed : mi mbcr of I
pal c >m nitteo nnd later
\ en ilrm :i ol the B !o
' ; I 5S
and n <>f
!',, i loar I of < '. erne and thi
I Education Comn
i f the A I Bett -r
I'.i. ess Bureaus Intel n ition il,
: i member of the Board ol I '
reel rs of the Council of Bettei
Business Bureaus Inc. A me
of the Cleveland Hall of Fame, he
is a recipient of the Gold Medal
Award of the Poor Richard So-
ciety and the Distinguished Medal
from the Defense Department.
Mr. Weiss, president of Miami
Beach Federal Savings & Loan
Association and partner in the law
firm of Meyer. Weiss. Rose ft Ar-
kin, has been a member and chair-
man of the Dadc County Board of
Public Instruction. He organized
and became the first president of
the Sustaining Board of Fellows
at Mt. Sinai Hospital, and is pres-
ently a member of its Board of
Trustees as well as assistant sec-
i ry.
Mr. Weiss, who served as 1961
I
Teachers Voted By
Federation Group
The Boat d of Din ctors of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
has unanimously approved the
le of Fi instituting
a program of fringe benefits for
reli 'in1:- sell' nl teachers, a move
designed to upgrade the level ol
Jewish education in Greater
Miami.
Milton Weiss. Federation presi-
dent, called lor the action in re-
sponse to a report delivered at thi"
meeting by A. B. Wiener, chair-
man of the Planning Committee
on Jewish Education. Mr. Wetoicr's
report rcommended thai Federa-
tion provide one-third of the cost
for this program.
The Federation voted to provide
its one-third subsidy for licensed
Jewish religious school teach rs
after the first two-thirds is pro-
vided by the ti acher and the
school.

1 vc and
If you re rich
and beautiful,
why aren't we
having an affair?
enfor
: i civ-
the i
ir voices
he heard ii |
speed
' : n
rid wh\ our s
o! mi -i ice can b iiy n ira-
lyzi I in the face ol Iminc
imperatives fot acl
Mr. T .i -lb ii"". who said the
of the c 'mmunity is in-
volved, urged tb" court, to lake
whatever extraordinary measures
were necessary to h -ar the case
as quickly as possible.
The Anti-Defamation League
of B'nai B'rith is a leadership
group representing one of the na-
tion's oldest and largest human
ri lations organization
It could be the perfect affair. And it should be. After all. we're
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Friday. FebraaTy S, ll#71
JDC Will Continue Aid To
Students In 137 Yeshivoth
Continuing its traditional sitp-
ol cutfuta] and peligious in-
-: tutions in Israel, the Joint Dis-
rihution Committee will provide
$900,000 in financial aid to
i yeshivoth with an enrollment
ab .ul 19.000 students in L971,
5-imuel l. Haber, executive vice
meed 1 .- week.
s livoth ill : eh month-
.> as l on tii" num-
>l stu nl s, im wnl ing t i ab ut
15' o! their opei iting b '
In iddition, several hundred refu-
r ibbia an i their den :: lent -
Continued From I'age 4-A
far enough, m>l ordered a
.s) rwh.it more generous de-
And at the third
n eting, the Presidenl decided
pry hold restructuring i>f
th federal government itself.
i!ix- equally bold restructuring
>! the dealings between the fed-
overnment and the stati -
and loc il govi i nments.
t'NDKK THE headings "re-
i n" of the federal apparatus
functional lines, and "rev -
sharing" by the federal gov-
ent with the state and lo-
;overnments, the last two
proposals above-listed were the
m in themes of the President's
M-. tsage on Friday. They are so
much holder und more innovat-
ing thin anything offered sine'
th< early New Deal day- simplj
am these step-, if taken,
idd up to really enormous
. structural changes.
From the later years of Roc-
'.i date, th-- great changes
have always I.....i
though they i
u iltici i i be appl i d exter-
it: 1 here and ther '
the m .It is nol going
far t saj I it two-thirds
>>: the g federal appai
i^ n i mor .it boltom, thm an
: if thl s poul
THE REFORM-] oull *s, Dar-
Ij ha\ e also been design-
without exception, on the
principle of "governess
go rnment." Tiiis is the prin-
that the federal bureaucr-
i'.'.. i\ knows best, and
tucrats must therefore
ha\ powi esccially mon-
iwer to require the states.
- and other bodies to do
- the proper way.
But let the scales drop from
your eyes for a moment, and
look at the record. In the period
in question, this country has re-
p. atertly addressed itself to its
vast social problem*. In each
e. the social problem being
led cried out for attention.
Literally hundreds of billions
ol ktllars have been spent try-
ing to solve, or at least to ameli-
oi '. these social problems.
BUT WITH AI.I. this d re'v
needed an1 well-intentioned ef-
fo I and Rfter all these vast ex-
litures the s icl il problems
tackled have actually
i much won v. I*ti '
Kceptions Hence the g
lnt's message may be
i i fol
'Let iu get rid of a lot of the
they it dea
i e Li us put tl I
lent t In, on
:tly I lines, Then
us get rid of th ide i

hi ble.
"LET I s give th< stab i
local jovermwriis as much

t they know
the main chec
ind local g
th< \ ten who
1 of the h'li-eau-
h :
e 11 h t; i
I Amei I in liber ds are
i to governess gov-
nent
"iil U' assisted during the yertr
and the Jlii' program u \
\ i le funds for impi of
dining room and .1 trmitor) : ic li-
ti< s, Mi. !i iber :[ orted. Close t
tuck nts I ved in yeshivoth
loimil > : in l! TO.
Scholarship assistance will again
be given for research work In fie
Bible i.l Talmud and teach
trail .....lunity s ices
Mr. Haber li 1. During 1970. h
.Y; wi re
granti d JDC lid Iso pr ivid : n
th insuran .
and I..... >nd p ts nal 1 w'ns to
the yeshivoth and students, he
*| i lined
5 the bulk of its
funds from tli i '
' J s i App a!, which in
In atcr Mi imi is ons >red
through the I Ire ter Mi imi Jew-
ish Federation's 1971 Combin I
Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Kind campaign. A number or!
I ater Miami Jewish community
leaders serve on it- Board of Direc-
ton.
Sam .T. Heiman, Sidney Lef-
court, Stanley C. Myers, Leonard
R n, Robert Russell and William
D. Singer are presently meml
of the Jam; Distribution Commit-
tee's F\ -cuth Board. Local mem- '
ben of the JDC National Council I
'"dude S" "',.| i Adler. Mrs. J >ck
Katzman, Mrs. Jerome Kipnis. Mrs.
Burton Levey, Richard Levy and1
Stephen Musa '
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Friedman cochairman Mr. Rosof-
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+Jmlsl Fk>rldtfon
Page 13-A
Informal Continuation !la,.Is No",inaU d Kneseth Israel Will
Of Ceasefire Expected
Don't from Page 1-A
In ih' ceasefire tlead'^tf
- c ime fmm Egyptian N -
1 i>n ll Assembly Vice Pi sidenl
K impl l-'''"i ii Hinaui. He said
If no one opens fire after
IV Friday truce period expires,
"It dpes nol mean we will start
;. -.\ ..i Saturday or Sunday."
ivr-oViit Anwar S*utt n
-i I'nHi'.l I\|-mhjj l'i\;irls i >|i>
.i.t'ii extension of th- ceawftre.
W'hila W il Ml'i'tltuRt -Til -::-i I \
; frrni'il proclamation. He has
I .. r demanding protcreai in the
.1 lAi:- talk*meanintx Israeli
il | >- ii ,-ii | rli flnr
i -it roptinned nii.r-> irr i
1 ; r : l' .1 >.N I !
... ,,;. h;' ,ry o: ;.!', y. |
u .. i*. i; '.
(-
> H:oi S< el i -
I"' ifit
Btire from I ; ami
I y a re' t t > 1
il from the oc :upi 'i .
S .-.... (,..... f| tvh:ch is
I t o s t a t e th 11 som
h i- 'hjeved so f ir
n talks The cirri s
F; ypl wants to s i;
r ..,; HfecfeUst ari\ : !'i it
.- b talks are di
leprive 11 of thi
ng for i sp
on the "'.
i i iaid to bi
. ":' nr in i--
ne ih' Securit> (' tun 'il
rdei i" press'ii Israel to
furtb ; c mcessiosn on

It her abut h-en reported t'i it
the Stirretar* General and M;l-
easl iiniv-ii \ Int.-ml to propose
:h "irh removal ol the Jarrine.
telkn from the l".N. a'te in New
1 ai b to a <'ity in the Middle
i I he nourcea said ihi in-
lorni.iti in i-iv been conveyed i>
thrm ly I Hi i! H and !>
J II
pro
ill-, t ixri'-'- \r;i'i rnlkn be rais-
ed .iinn ilie amb&ssodorial level
t-i that >i foreign minister. Both
; royx v., i \*.,-.- i"i' i;ill\
i \ Kniei onrt rHeeted bj the
o'hi inn'stcd on New 1 > rk
tlf ti'k- i.-.
i ii* a'vii map^'ii ('% 'i mt t
..4i' itiaTt'n- level "t the bi-
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MIAMI
SPRINGS
VILLAS
IN DIU RUI Ul-llll
ini- Nixon Administration re-
po te llj h iv xpressed "greal
s il election with Israel's ;1t_
on the Jarring talks and
Its un illingn ss to > ield to ai \
ptbjm pressures to demand
a political gesture from Israel.
Ii was also reported thai it'
peace can be reached with Jor-
rtan, 1st ael > 11 1 pan if its covereignty over
Jerusalems i. mple mouue, in
an r in the n'd e'tv nn whi-'t
I idian Temple once stood.
"i thai aiea is now the
I the i:i
Ak M isque, which together
thi third h iliesl pi ice
'! tith Ace trdinq

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By Presidents Club
The nominal in.: committee of
the Presidents' Club of Greater
Miami Beach presented a slate of
officers and directors for consid-
eration at a recent meeting. The
I it ion \> ii tai e place Sunday,
Feb. 21, .i. the i- auville Hotel.
Officers of the 41-member club.
which dra s its membership from
presidents and past presidents of
local social and men's clubs, will
include S .'paid W. Davis, presi-
dent: Irving Cypers tsl vice presi-
dent and Nate Weinstock, 2nd
vice president; Sol Shaye, treas-
urer, S im Pascoe, rec irdin -
; M 5, Rosalee I' .1 in, corres-
ponding secretary; George Kotin,
i i. and Lo ii Salter,
rge ms 11 rectoi w'll in-
n, Hira '-
Paul B ch, Hi: ry I i
M chae] I.e. ii Percj Lewis,
:' eri Win ii rl ''!. nu i M n :
Honor The Rothmans
Kneseth Israel ConRreKation
will celebrate the 70th anniversary
.if the Jewish National Fund
by honoring Mr. and Mrs. David
Kothman on Tu B'Shevat Wednes-
day, David ljisenstein, president of
the synagogue, and Rabbi David
Lehrfield have announced.
Mario B<'n Chayun will he the
I guest artist.
Mr. and Mrs. Rothman are very
i ictive in projects for the state ol
I Israel, particularly the Havat
! Laplctot, one of the most famous
institutions in Israel, where 300
girls who would otherwise be
homeless are raised. Fed, clothed
i i ii ade, they leave
u hen thi y become self-sufl i
or whi n they marry,
Mr. and Mrs. Rothm have
c mii buted '' the succ
1 and are known in i i
I ionallv [or thi ir devi t 'on i r
They also are Very active in H
Ytshiva Beth Joseph V.\ i a Ycsh-
iva for homeless boys wkh more
than 500 students.
The committee arranging I iis
vent includes Rabbi'David Lehi
field; Joseph Nadler, chairman:
David Eiscnstein, president; Jack
II rowitz, chairman of the board;
Morns Kusnitx, cochairn an of the
board; Joseph Hoffenberg, vice
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surer, Abe Eisenstein and Ixiuis
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?Jfcwisfl norldHan
Friday, February 5, 1971
Capital Spotlight:
By JOSEPH P01AK0FF
Communication Col. Stella Levy's Objective
Ekom THE way her travel pro-
gram is lengthening, every
city in America will come to know
Col. Stella Levj In person very
it: fact, Canada, Mexico
..nil Centra] America maj see
her, too.
Linguistically, she will be at
home almost everywhere on this
continent, whether it's French
la in' Nic igua Besides
11.-in-i'w and English, this Israeli
military lady-turned-diplomat is
fluent in Spanish and French.
Col. Levy has made many
shot t tou irs past In the
United Stal helping in United
Jewish A| p al ind State of Is-
rael Bond can paigi s. But this
thd former eommander-in-
chiel of the distaff side of Is-
rael's tnilil try establishment U
on civilian diplomatic duty in
Washington as hi r country'
f.>r a imen's affairs.
Aft. r 29 years in military life.
C)l. Levy says she is an "old
soldier" hut this trim, five-foot-
! ly with almond-sh
dark eyes an,! a short coiffure
,,l g hair sp\ik.s and
a m Ith a irmth and vigor.
ia re'- lots of challenge in
this job," she said in the English
she learned while with the Brit-
ish forces in Palestine during
w, pld War II. "I love to be
around people.And I can't say
no to a sp -aKlng engagement
I'll go wherever and whenever
It's appropriate,
foi Israel.
It's important
'My purp tse ;,i being here,
said, "is to bring closer rela-
tionships between women's or-
ganizations in America non-
Jewish and Jewish and ours
in Israel. Hut I don't mean that
I must confine myself to wom-
en s organizations, I would like
to meet all kinds, particularly
youth groups in the unh
ties and schools. I want to learn
from youth over here what their
problems and amis are and 1
.,- to t.dl them a nil
.mi- girls in our
army oui rray is so
different from any other army.
"What we would like to bav<
jv mi i communication and
know:, :: "f each other. The
, ... : f wo nan In the world,
ecially in the United
St itCS, is very Strong and they
can do much to advance human-
its."
Israel Newsletter
By CARL ALPERT
Democracy Vs. National Survival
THK.RK HAS SEVER been even the shadow of a
' threat to academic freedom in Israel, but much
attention is being given these days to a lively dis-
cussion on the si'.hj, el o! Arab students and national
security.
The 380 Arabs and Druse enrolled at Haifa
University constitute the highest percentage of the
minorities in th< student body of any Israel uni-
versity. The pro-rector of the university, Pro:. Ben-
jamin Akzin. is proud o! that fact. The university
also appoints junior staff members from among
the Arab graduates, three of whom are abroad this
year for further study on fellowships provided by
the university.
But Prof. Akzin admitted that before making
appointments to the staff he consults the defense
and security authorities: because of their accurate
knowledge of what is going on in the Arab world,
both in brael an I across the border, they are in a
position to know which individuals can he trusted
in i, le positions and that is when the storm
broke. A group of his own university teachers pro-
tested. The National Students Association went on
-t this attitude. The rector of Tel Aviv
University, Professor A. De Vries, declared that at
school there was no clearance with any one, and
only academic criteria were taken into consideration
when making appointments.
The critics warmed to the attack "We talk of
integrating the Arabs into the life of the country,"

BOOK REVIEW By Seymour B. Liebmon
'Strangers And Natives'
1 I.TIRED. PERCEPTIVE. INCISIVE and knowl-
edgeable about much in Jewish life, Judd L.
Teller is an able writer. There are many other en-
comiums that might be accorded
him. His book Strangers and
Natives, (Delta paperback. $2.45 >
deserves wide reading; it is a
necessary addition to the bibliog-
1 raphy of a study of Jewish life
from 1921 to the present.
Having made these obeisances to
the author's virtues and his opus,
we must add several caveats. Mr.
Teller betrays several lacunae in his knowledge of
the religious aspects of Judaism. Orthodox Jews do
not require a full beard for men. Kaddish is recited
for 11 months, not 12. Orthodox Jewish men used
facial depilatories for over two centuries before
coming to America. Orthodox Jews in America have
always observed Passover for eight days, not seven.
No Orthodox Jew, even the poorest, used earthen-
ware dishes for Passover if they had been used
prior thereto. The author does not know the dif-
ference between a Slyum and a Kiddnsh. Apparently
he never heard of a Siyum, a celebration held at the
conclusion of a study of religious works or the com-
pletion of the writing of a Scroll of the Law.
There are aspects of secular Jewish life in
which he also errs. Nahman Syrkin was not founder
af Socialist Zionism, although he was one of the
movement's early leaders, Syrkin was originally a
Territorialist. He came to Poale Zion about 1909,
according to Arthur Hertzberg.
This reviewer knew Arnold Rothstein and his
father. Abraham E. Rothstein. The elder Rothstein
was not a Talmudic scholar. He patterned his life
after that of Abraham Lincoln. Mr. Teller was asso-
ciated with the Histadrut. In thus orientation, his
statement that the frequency of strikes in America
has been reduced and that they are "as unfashion-
able as the trolley car" is inexplicable. Further-
more it is surprising that, in spit? of his apparent
familiarity with Socialism and Socialists, he failed to
mention the Rand School and Algernon I. Black.
Mr. Teller wrote nothing of the rejuvenation of
Sephardic Jewry, especially in New York commenc-
ing about 1938. This omission may be due to the
fact that for the period 1921-40. Teller equated
East Side Jewry with all of American Jewry. He
omits developments in Washington Heights, Brook-
lyn excluding Brownsville, the Bronx, Philadelphia,
Chicago and points south and west.
To return to the positive aspects, his analysis
of the relationships between the Jewish Establish-
ment, its professional and lay leaders, with the
majority of Jewry is important reading. His com-
ments on the waste of Jewish public funds for soci-
ological surveys and their conclusions which are
too often erroneous and at times "ridiculously wide
of the mark" should be of concern to contributors
and the membership of all defense organizations.
Whether one disagrees or agrees with the nu-
merous statements about the rabbinate, the neo-
Brahmins, the Jewish Establishment, etc, is inci-
dental to the great service that Teller renders by
being intellectually stimulating. Forewarned that
his generalities must be recognized, the limitations
demarked. and the possibilities of errors of fact, the
book can be profitably and enjoyably read.
they said, "yet here w< undermine their confidence.
Frustrated intellectuals who are barred from jobs
on alleged security grounds em truly be oonvcrtc'i
into enemies The t< -t ol a potential teacher lies in
his ability as sck ntist or scholar and not in he
political affiliation or philosophical views. A stu-
dent who has been permitted to atttend classes and
graduate from Haiti University without l>ein
charged fort r restricted to his village as
suspicious person can hardly be a danger to th
nation's security. This is a dangerous ami anti-demo-
cratic course which Professor Akzm is pursuing.'
they said.
"Let us not be naive," said those who came to
his defense. "It is suicidal, in the name of democ-
racy, to invite potential and even avowed foes of
the State of Israel into positions of influence in our
universities, or elsewhere. If there were peace with
our neighbors and security on our borders that
would be a luxury which perhaps we could tolerate.
But at a time when the Arab world, and its ideo-
logical sup|)orters even here, sjvak of destroying
Israel and throwing its people into the sea. we
would be fools indeed to ease the path to our own
destruction."
Prof. Akzin faced the Council of his University
and made it clear that his task is to run a univer-
sity, not to set up political or ideological criteria of
any kind, but he does have respect for the advice of
defense and security authorities upon whom the
country must rely in critical times like these. If
every citizen thinks that he is the beat judge of
what constitutes security, under the guise of democ-
racy, we would he in a sorry state indeed, he said.
There are unpleasant things that must be done dur-
ing conditions of war that would not be done in
time of peace. Otherwise the nation would never
survive to attain that i>eace His stand w is upheld
by a vote of 29 in favor, with 6 absentees.
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL
Closing In On Air Pirates
|k|OW THAT Till: II Or-
" ganization his thrown its full weight against
skyjacking in an The
Hague, we should I
the New Year with m re confi-
the belief th
with effectively fi
this time on.
When the ICAO a United Na-
t-affiliated body, di liberated
at The Hague, the per.
ence of representatives from both
the United States and the U.SS.R.
was perhaps the strongest factor in the achievement
of a satisfactory outcome. Representatives of our
own country were primarily concerned with the
hum if the issu M iscow's d V ites
mse skj ja king as a po-
litical wi apon hel I 'in to bug the Rus-
i rtently, M tscow h i
0 but when two men Forced an Aeroflot pilot
Ocl the K !AO won i c invert.
A precious third of a year has gone by since
trists ex their skj
-. figurli i uninently in the sorrj
ol 43 assaults (or the year 1970.
More than s.ooo passengers were affect
acts of air piracy during the year. Will the record
be worse in 1971?
Not if world opinion keeps its present edge
shnrp against these outrages.
Israel's Lady Cops
fUERE IS NO "Women's Lib" in Israel. There is
no agitation for it, nobody carries any signs de-
manding women be given equality: yet a woman i>
Prime Minister, Israel drafts wom-
rn in the army and even if a woman
wants to go out and work and sup-
port her husband, it is permitted.
Israel also has a sizable number
)f w imen traffic polktewoM
Pel Aviv has oo women cops. Ball
j has about W. 'Hi i(
t the Lod .ui -. ,it and Jerui .'
has plans to h won

But thi newest wrinkle : >> gut
for i ii. A writ ports
worn, n ti ,ine,
- ng h,
f, mlninit id Is too n -re
ness," -hi iid. a woman sei i I uiswetei
Firmness, not The nr
m, i.t you speak pleasantly, lather than sharply
she said 'both si les profit!"
>' !l I t el is writing a new chapter in the
flgl ne. Women have always been "ar-
resting figure,'' to men. The Talmud says women
have their own weapons. If a lady cop made eyes
at a burglar, he might surrender without a fight
After all. millions of men in the world have don-,
just that.


ebruary 5. 1971
+Jenisii nnrkJinn
Page 15-A
UGAl NOTKE
LEGAL NOTKi
[county judges court
jo fob oade county,
lorida in probate
NO. 71-116
. i
.MAN
JTICE TO CREDITORS
. ,|,i..r- and All !' i Mini II.iv-
- oi Demands Against Bald
I-. !> notified and rc-
presellt any claims ami <)<-
1, ii you may have against
. if I'M 11.II' El.MAN d. -
nr of [Md County, Florida.
i.unty Judges of pads County.
the Mine In duplicate and
j.-d In Section 733.16, Florida
.ii their offices In the Coun-
hotiiH hi Dade County, Fio-
.\ calendar months from
of Hi.- first publication
the name v. ill he barred.
..i Miami, Florida, thin 11th
ijiuai v Al> l'.'Tl
I FIRST NATIONAL BANK
V .- II TH MIAMI
JOSEPH R SIM.Mi i.NS
: i< \\.i:s ki.man
Aii Executor*
ion "i thla ii' dice :
ii.iv i-i Jmiunry, 1971.
p ;. :>k\ikl. Roskin
Dil ItRONNER
|SH l.NAl. ASSOCIATION
[ f..i i:x< utors
caj in Blvd Miami. Fin
1 22-29, !
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS IIKItKHY tj|\ |.\
LEGAL NOTICE
thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage i
business under the fictitious nam.
of TIGER l.n.l.V BOUTIQUE at the
Causeway Plasa Shopping Center,
123rd Street & Biscayne Blvd., .Miami.
Florida Intend* la register Raid name
wKh the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
I i.ii.-.i December SI, 1970
TIGER I.II.I.Y. INC
a Florida corporation
By .Morns Greei vrald. President
An.-si Sandra Metro Grits, Secretary
MVER8, KAPLAN, PORTER
LBVINSON A KEN IN
By: Edward E. Levinson
Attorney for Applicant
11.".ii S.W 1st Streel
Miami, Floi Ida 3
1 '15-22-2? 2 "
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t<> engage
in business under the fictitious name*
"f VAI.IE TRAVEL of FLORIDA
and SINGLES TRAVEL SERVICE
at 920 Ulaoayna Blvd., .Miami. Flor-
ida Intend to register said names with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
VAL-I-TRAVKL. INC.
By: Ma. M.rin.ll, President
MICHAEL P. CHASE
Attorney for Val-U-Travel, Inc.
II..... S.W. 3rd Avenue
Miami, Florida 53128
1 22-28 5-12
LEGAL NOTKE
I
LEGAL NOTKE
li t -
of it.

.".cuit court of the
Pent m judicial circuit
Ind for DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
NOTICE OF ACTION
iTITION FOR ADOPTION
No. 71-925

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NOTICE UNDER
HC.TIVJOW3 NAME LAW
W rs HEREBY GIVEN I

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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
No. 71-1226
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
MARIO Gl iNZALEZ,
Plaintiff,
ESTHER IK iNZALEBS,
I fctidant
Ti I: Esther loncali I
Hotel i... Maniulf
12 i:. Streel
Apartment _"l
N, m York, New York
Y..U ESTHER GONZALEZ, are
that n Bill of Cntn-
|i| i...... | hep! filed
t y,u u > i inn-.il to
... of yi iur Vnswer or
ll. mplainl on
MAX A
Gol.DFARR. 111 Hii i-ayni Building.
I!i West Flor-
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or Plea

I'.ith day f F.bru
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Mill hi '
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Di putj I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
ih. undersigned, desiring t< engage
in business under the fictitious name
of I.II.I.IA.M BOUTIQUE at 618 West
Flagler Street. .Miami inu-nds in reg-
ister said name with in.- Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
LI 1.1.1 A.M llii.MF.lt"
1/22-S8 2/6-12
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS IIKItKHY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to encase in
business under the fictitious name
of HI.AIK REALTY at IMO S.W 73rd
Street, South Miami. Florida intends
to register Bald nam. with th. Clerk
of tin- Circuit Court of Dade Countv,
Florida,
Bnmui l I'.l.nr
Rcglsti n i It. ul k uate Broki r
1 22-29, 2 .-12
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the in-. di -ii Ing to i li
ii nme of
OAYI I". APARTMENTS ul I61XH N E.
Ifith rourl Not Ih Miami U. a li, Flo-
. .| to register
Circuit Courl
i .., cou Florida
Ki tk
JEAN FRIEDMAN
Mil HAEL P C
I : :
Jean Fi Iman
.. ue

12
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
NOTICE TO APPEAR
Case No. 70-20788OuVal
JACK COHEN d/b/a II & J. Co.
Plaintiff,
vs.
NoitTHItl'P CONSTRUCTION COM-
PANY', a dissolved Florida oorp. i
PAULINE COHEN, a Single woman;
GERALD -MARKiiVV and if married
MARKOW, his wife, and
SEYMOUR J. .MARKOW. and if mar-
ried MARKOW his wife;
DE8SER AND GARPIELD, INC. a
dissolved Delaware corp.; HELEN
MITCHELL, and if married
MITCHELL, her husband; CLARA F.
WBBKR and if married
WEBER her husband; PHJ INVEST-
MENT CORP. a dissolved Fla. cor-
poration., EVERETT W EARL and
if married KARL, his wife;
DADE COUNTY i ROSA M. MISA8
and if married -------------MISA8 her
husband. I'KRRIS C. WiH'D and wife
BDMUNDA VH-TORIA WOOD;
IONATHAN MOXCIE and wife MAR-
GARET MOXCIB; STATE OF Fl.'i-
RIDA; FRANK MOTON and wife
ROSE I.KK MOTON: GULF STREAM |
LOAN COMPANY, a Florida Corp.. |
r\RLIS I'l.AYTON and wife EDNA
CLAYTON I I' NIT Ej 1 > ST A T ES IF
AMERICA; CHARLOTTE VOGEL, a
Free Dealer: ROBERT RUSSELL and
if married RUSSELL, his wit.;
KMANI I'L IM.ARK and wife MAU\l
i-l VRK JIMMIE I'"' KNIGHT and
if married KNIGHT, her hush;,nil;
III IIIERT ADAMS and if marrli d
ADAMS, his wlf. HERMAN CASTRO
RODRIGUEZ and If married
RODRIGUEZ, his wife: THOMAS
I bwis ni d wife PEARL LEWIS:
Tlli 'M VS ''' 'PER and If m
COOPER l'1^ wlf ANN IE
\.: ii \RR1S and If marrii d
HARRIS, her husband; M VRGARET
M THUMA and II married
tiii-ma. her husband: i;
PROPERTIES ad Ived 1
., rp Rl \' 1' l .'
,! \l:\ LIN BARON: I B\J SO AND-
HEH
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RARON I
I.MI'J ,:,:
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT .
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-629
PETITION FOR ANNULMENT
MARIA MALTA GONZALEZ ABREl'.
Pis
\ -
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Kefi
Tl I J< Rf1B ABREU
Sai 11
\ .ii Ji ;;: v BRBU, M
! that i Pel n ii for A ulment
I you
lulred to
llns to I
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u -.i iy de-
IN TH CIRCUIT COURTOFTHE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
No. 70-23438
(Crawford)
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
CBN Ell \l. M< TI >RS A' '< 'EPTAN' 'E
ii i|<|i IRATB >N,
Plaintiff,
Vs
DANIEL CAUDLE,
Defendant.
TO: DANIEL CAUDLB
i;. sideti. e I'ni now n
VOll ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a i ini of r*ple> In ha* bei n filed
against you and that you are re-
. to file an Ai swer or other
, with Ihe Cli rk of Ihlj Court
< opy on t- I: m l
11
1
TRAIT N
l^.t U. Block 78 Lincoln i 'Ity Bee,
11 according to the plal thereof,
recorded In Plat Book 46 al Pi -
91, containing '" a.r.s m I of the
public records of Dade Cty.
Florida.
ROBERT ADAMS and if married
ADAMS, hi.- wife residence
unknown
TRACT P
South 4" of North 100 feel Lot I,
and center 50 feet of Lot less
five l. ei strip iii I...I 2 as per
lie.-d hook J4I at page .14.".. Block
'.">. MIAMI north according to
the plat thereofrecorded In plat
hook B, at page 41 of the public
records of Dade County, Florida
HERMAN CASTRO RODRIGUEZ,
and if married RODRIGt'EZ
his wife San AntOnlO No. li A;il 2
Havana Cuba.
TRACTQ
!.ot 14. Block 28, PINE TREE
Park 1st ADDN according the
Plat thereof, recorded in Plat Book
46 at page 7.'.. containing l< .....-
m l. of the public records of Dade
County. Florida
Tlli'.MAS LEWIS and wife PEARL
LEWIS, residence unknown
TRACT R
Lot 7 Block I, Roosevelt HOME-
BITES, ai cording to the Plat
thereof; recorded in Plat Book
14 at page 85. Section 13 Town-
ship 57 South Range 88 East con-
taining 18 acres in 1 of the public
records of Dade County, Florida.
THOMAS COOPER and man a
Cl "PER, his wife Ri nidi u a
TRA" "T H
1 ... n h l, RANDOLPHS
Al i| IN Tl CiOULl IS, ai i
to Ihe pl.ii thereof an I
in plat Book li, .ii page -' l
Public Records ol Bad' Cty,
Ida. .,
ANNIE M m: HARRIS, and if mar-
I1ARRIS, her huel
ui
i.,.t 13 nil
Vt'CHltlMNIJ H
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THUMA,
: lenC8 T V
Wi t t 516 I
i. I,'. I. P
WATER HRO> IS.
-
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urds ot Dade < ou .
.
parties
Ui ih r or
ri
Ing to < ""'' '"; '
, the pi ipertles h rehi d.
and If
their r. ipi Uvi heii ilevKei .
, real-
either of them, and all parties having
,-laimlng any right, title, or ln-
terest In the properties hereinafter
;. [bed,
TO^^NORTHRUP CONSTRUCTION
COMPANY n dissolved Fl' rldi
po ration
Ix>t I I
a. oi
rorded in
kT^AC&fE nrLFAlB
to the plal thereof; ri -
Plal Bo 4>i at pi '-
public recordH of Dade
. rpy on iiMiji.u ,,- ,,< ,i. ,,uhiie recoraa oi .."
SILVKRMAN 210 1 uildlni ., ,
M ami, nBSSFR md GARFIB1 D, IN<
rporation
nary. 1 i71, i ti: \CT C
II


NOTICE UNDER
3jfl' TITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTI IS HEREBY UIVEN
le Sffi1
m III
n'lAN CATERERS at 153
.. ., hob. e Road, Hlali ih,
.. ,.!.- i -.ml name
<:h.rk of Mi CU) uit i' ui I
oif.l'V VI..lilt I
i f...i ?tTr'tvrrr: inc.
lt> S VMUEL w Kiss
8.1' nil. I Weiss, l-r.-idellt
KOatMi:!. Ri iHKIJS, I.IJRBER &
SliEA-KMAN J
An ii.. vTfor Ap|>iuriiit
1 15-22-20 5
IN THECCUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN Art n FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-4098
n RE: a> fe of
|.\itv K I'RKB
asOui
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
> All Wed ii Hav-
.IBif. I ... in,,1. I
You are herebj I re-
io nil (If.
, -aSki di i.-u imiv liuvi atrnliiKt
J, it" M"l |. I'.IRI. E ill -
HS..1 late nf fimli
Ml ty .lutl
i tl
ovldist'
,'tnt.. j
i -1>- -1 i .1 pin
di. wljb1:' k ilendar m
ti -iti.iii
li* tl I he 1 rred
si ml Florida, this 6th
auiin am i-
'ItEI'S n Ji ES
A-, I:cecutor
kitlnn of tl
uarv, 1971
'I PI8HBR, ESQ.
Km cutor
I. !, -
Ida 1;
1 22-29 B-12
ull i
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u.-.ks
riRIDIAN
in IN R AND '
.! t

llj
i ult Court S
JACK S I.IEBMA N'N
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-
Attorney foi Plaintiff
Phone j ..
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OP FLORIOA
IN AND FOR DADS COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION
No 70- "0161
SI IT FOR DIVORCE
- i \ i i I : ; > I : i :.
P
BERNARD R DURKEB,
I lef
Tl i BERN \RD R DURKEE
i- i I i River Rc "I
I iviv ,.,i \. -i \ rk
v .,, rk !.N VRD DI'RM
I mil oi '<-
Divorce 1
.....! ',:
\. \ \ i
i
ii Mini
- I'll
I
may he >""
DONE and ORDERED In Miami,
iy, Fiori la this 18th
.
i 'ATHERMAN
.nit
ii

I .Wi-
ll;-
NOTICF. BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FLEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. -
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ANGUS!. PBNNA,
DORA TBDESCH PENNA,
Defendant
T( l ...i.i Ti l eb Penna,
tvenlda do IJbertador I
Bui i v- ' ,.....
Y ,, I" iRA TBDESCHI PENN \
At,. ,,..,-, 1,1 nol fled ili..t a BilloJCom-
,,.,.tit for Divorce has been riled
against jrou, and y< a Ijjlred to
wrve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
n,. ,.: he BUI "f Complaint on the
SalntlffF attorney i.vwrknck k
K VINE K. Firal Stn
Floida a' ,r Pleading In the office of
"Clerk of me Circuit Court o or
Hr,. 19th day of Feb, 1971
u
111
bl for.
ii fall '.
win betake, I ,.;u f-r ", r;;;
, ien -.. I li Bl11 "f l '"
N W
Ire H
file tl


Fir-
llor

m
n -
JOTICE UNDER
TITIOUS NAME LAW
- HEREBY GIVEN that
i di s.'iiiL- to engage In
he fictitious name of
ITY STORES OF FLORID \
pimo Avenue, Coral Gables,
id- piald name
lerk of Hi. Circuit Court of
Florida
-t'TIVK OIFT8, INC.,
"lot-Ida corporation
IARTON S I'liKI.L.
Us Attorney
rin-:Li.


DONE tNU ORDERED at
this 18th day
, batHWRV IV '"
;,-i.,..
I. ,,'v Cl.-rk
,,. s;.. ,1,
M i \- I' I'V. IVt r-
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ti.ia N W. 1 I Ivi BUlt.
Minn
Attorneys for Plalntm g
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1-RAI T \
I.,,t ii, Block 3 \ l' "I'1 'RIA c, i R-
1 iBNS according to the plat Ihereol
as rei .'i iled In plat book 49 ui
Page 43, ol the publi, ri coi ds ol
lla.le Cty, Floi
LEW is c A., l .i ittSi IN ai d If I -
,,,,| ANDERSON, !.; U
TRACT w
r. of s\\ i of n n .
X i; i, ol the SW ',. bci ortlli
Ihe iilat I Bast I ft.
ift. and le-.s I. .
S\v Corner North ft ] 1 M
Soull Bast ft S
I
lion 32,
hinge I I ibll
Bade l
HAltoLD
FRIEDA MILLER, "' "
\ A 1, of SW
Soull Rangi
I In acres m 1
hen '
pu '-' "- '' "
veil OF yo
..... ''"'".....'riiAi-r K
I^t 11. BlocaY DIXIE HEIGHTS
Records
EARL hi. s/lfe. Re-W-i |N TH
; demanded in

NOTICE UNDER
notT&Ts'i ?Eom^
that
in

,fis. Inc.
1/16-22-29 2/5
NOTICF IINnFB
FICTITIOM* NAMF I AW
X,,TICK IS HEPWRT fllj I.N that
,e .ler-ie,,...l ih-i....... to ormrn
-';:;;;,.,,:,-,.,..'",-v.,y-rr^. at
V.0 Lincoln Road. Blt* in,
,,,,., 1.',,.,ln in'.-ds to .
.am.' i the n.rtr- JJJ <""
Court Ol Dade Counjv Florida.
J"" C:'" 1/22-29 1/5-12
name ol
|; \ E
Kla. In-
ewelrytManf.ctrlng
li

Clei k
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
KOTICR IS "1
.,. Ui ,i. rslgned, di nil ng i"
n husineHt, u
,f THE
i i \. 'T I
t i rA.T"


wife ROSE

INK Sill1 ~ '
Avenu. Ills
liter said name I '."*'
Circuit Coui
"''' m YVONNE IS1UEL
WALLACE N MAKR
Attorney lor M 1 vonuo lami
4"-, Itise.ivne llUllding
Miami, Florida 33130 ysssasj-f/Ml

i
I. I NKK
*eP
Plal i I*
,,. ning 14 s "' 0|
,.de Coun-
tv. Fl la.
t.-i \\K \HiTON and
unknown
TRACT R
BlOOk 8, Han.nion
, to the PI ii 'hi reot
In Plal I
res in >'" ''
Dade < ounty, Fla
RI S.--K1.L and ii married
SSULL. his wife 20M FlOh
N ,,,1>'-i.V, Yf""k'
RliLlN.-'"N CITY
ordlng ,,, ti Plal there-
,. i,.,| flat Hook 4b at
I jnin, ig sores
the i-ublic records
, mVx' CLARK and W. MARY
CLARK ; sidencs u'lknown.
J
for th
PDATED iii Miami. Flri ;:
IERMAN
, circuit C lurt
1'.% MARGUEItn 1'. M'jN '
r,E COUNTV JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOB DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA-IN PROBATE
NO. 70-4194
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
iFRANK B. DOWLIN,.
; RE
RP

l BE Ui i
Lol ti
ord
ree. rdi
.
i :r-i

h

m/l
Dade
ri i
,,,,,,.,. Miami, Florida,
,,;,,,..
\ \
iblii ation of tl
January, 1971
..
Miami, Fla 331
Attorney tor Admlnlstratoi ^
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
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^eJewisli Floridiairi
Miami, Florida Friday, February 5, 1971
Dr. Goldman Angry
Over Tress Leaks'
Section B
Early Cancer Detection
Process Is Developed

JERUSALEM (JTA) Is-
icientists .it the Hadassah-
tlrbrew University Hospital can-
cer research laboratory have re-
el i!v development of a
process that may be able
:.) detect cancer at an earlier
stage than any other known
I sts.
Scientists here and abroad
who have studied the findings
pub'ished in the current issue
..r tli<' Urael Journal of Medi-
cal Sciences, consl 1 i the dis-
covery to bo of great practical
and theoretical importance. But
they caution that the process
must undergo exhaustive test-
ing on a much wider scale than
is (tossible in Israel before its
efficacy as an early cancer de-
tectoi is established.
The development and results
of preliminary testing of the
process on 520 patients at Ha-
dassah Hospital were reported
in the medical journal by Dr.
Chloe Tal. a senior lecturer at
the Hadass th-Hcbrew Univer-
sity Medical Center, who told
the Jewish Telegraphic Agency
that the process stemmed from
a theory she developed while
working i1' the Rockefeller In-
stitute in New York in 1952 that
when cancerous cells begin to
fo m. the human bod) produci i
anti-bodies which arrest their
;nant growth; and that ll-
. i develops onl) when the anti-
fa idles fail.
Di Tal sai I that lh< xan
il lood samples n v
!,:.-.:,: tits ha I
linct proti in T-golbulin,
w h ch is also found in the I
>gnant women but
thj ; ms in pa-
nts v h h \ e gi '\\ Hi- or oth-
i ders that m mic cancer
non-m ilignant.
Th.' researchers at Hadassah
HospitaJ checked serum sam-
- from 520 patients for T-
globulin. The patients were se-
lected at random but the study
was deliberately designed to in-
; elude a large number with con-
firmed cancer or confirmed non-
e.u ceroui diseases. There were
356 positive reactions. Checked
linst hospital records, the re-
l actions coincided with ."WO weri-
M- three suspect-
1 ed but non-verified cases and
thi-'e pregnant women.
According to r>r. Tal. the test-
".-. detected 27 different types
dI cancer including leukemia,
kit lise ise, cancer of the
breast, thyroid, stomach, lung,
kidney, prost it- female genital
tract, nasophanrynx and lym-
phosarcoma of the lung, all of
which have been Independently
diagnosed. The researchers were
unaware ol the earlier diagnoses.
Dr. Tal said the Hadassah
dal sts ire planning to pro-
duce the anti-serum necessary
t i administer the T-globulin test
in large quantities. She also said
she perfected a cheap, simplified
method of making it. one that
any ordinary laboratory could
use.
The tests so far indicate that
all types of cancer encountered
show the presence of T-globulin
regardless of the age or sex of
the patient. If the substance that
inhibits the anti-cancer anti-
bodies is detected early enough.
Luncheon Concert
Proceeds For 1971
CJA-IEF Campaign
The Farband Labor Zionists of
Greater Miami will hold its sixth
annual luncheon and concert Sun-
day, Feb. 28, at the Algiers Hotel.
Proceeds wi'l benefit the 1^T1 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emerg-
ency Fund campaign, Joseph P.
Zuckcrman, chairman of the Far-
I ] Zio 1st CJA-IEF Com-
mit! '' I,
11- Avrnham Biran, Mini.-'
I Culture of the Stat
if Israi th< g test i
er R ibl I i Lehrman, spirit-
ual loadi ol T< mi le Emanu-1
and Arthur S Rosich in, executive
vice president of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation, will also
address the conference. A special
discussion on Israel led by Zev
Baumgold of the United Jewish
Api>eal will be held preceding the
luncheon.
Mr. Zuckerman noted that a
gala musical program with promi-
nent artists is planned and pre-
dicted that the Farband Labor
Zionist Movement will surpass its
19T0 contributions to the CJA-IEF
campaign._______
it should be possible to find a
substance that will stimulate
the anti-bodies, she said.
Dr. Tal agreed with her col-
leagues that far more testing is
needed to confirm the Jerusalem
findings. One of the things sci-
entists want to know whether
the test would lx> reliable for
people in various countries and
not just for Israelis, since the
biology of cancer is different in
different populations, and wheth-
er the preliminary results ob-
tained by Dr. Tal will hold up
when extended to thousands of
seemingly healthy persons in
large populations tested by a
wide variety of laboratories.
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In response to Rabbi Leon Kronish's appeal, the residents
of Seacoast Towers East more than tripled their 1970 con-
tributions to the Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emerg-
| ency Fund campaign under the leadership of William Ein-
"orn, (left) and Joseph Cohen, cochairman, Seacoast Towers
I East, and Harry Frankel, industrialist and philanthropist
TEL AVIV i JTA' Dr. Nahum
Goldmann left Israel Monday an-
gered by what he said were leak-
to the press of confidential reports
he made to Premier Golda Meir.
lb denied the newspaper Maariv's
report that he had intimated to
Israeli government leaders that
Russia would permit large scale
Jewish emigration if Israel with-
drew from the occupied Arab ter-
ritories.
Dr. Goldman said that he no
longer bothers to deny reports
that present his views and activi-
ties in a "distorted manner." but
that he felt it was necessary to
deny this one. "Whatever 1 said
was my own assumption and I did
not cite anv Russian source of
authority." he declared.
"What I said was a pers in il
evaluation. I have had hints that
if there was peace in the Middl
East there will be increased im-
migration from Russia. I never
linked the question with with-
drawal from the occupied terri-
tories and I have always stressed
that the slogan "territories for
immigrants" is absurd, Dr. Gold-
mann explained.
Dr. Goldmann said he has
quested Foreign Minister A
Eban to cancel the diploir. '
passport h, holds. I do not V
to impose another problem on '.'. \
Eban. who even without thi- i
under a heavy burden of ;
lems." *
FEDERATION INVITED TO
SEND REPRESENTATIVES
Th- Greater Miami Jev -
Ish Fed' ration has b n In-
vited to send representativ
to the World Conf xence 01
Soviet Jewry which will b
hi Id m Brussels Feb. 23-
PrS0nS now planning t
l>e in Europe at that tin-.
or who would be Interest
it' going, are invited to con-
tact Arthur Rosichan. exe- j
cutive vice president of th
Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
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Friday, February 5. 1S71
Z I. II ==
Contract Signed; Mt. Sinai
Construction Is Authorized
Teenagers Participate In
Jewish Identity Program
Irr.merii'ite construction of the
M -.rib?! Blum Nucl>iir Medical Re-
- i xii BuiHNng primiiry facility
of the new Mount Sinai Medical
Center, has been authorized. A
c>r.tr:>rt between the hospital and
the Gust K. Newberg Construction
Co. was signed by Samuel Fried-
land, president
"The Blum Building designed
by architects Smith, Korach. Hayet,
Liptxick. Haynie and Associates
will !), the keystone of our entire
effort." Mr. Friedland said. "Meet-
ing the health care needs of the
community is a matter of vital
com n throughout the nation, and
this : Mount Sinai wi II
t hi Viij tow ird a ihie\ ine, thai
',] r Ml I'll':."
The eigh stc 5 lilding w
located iuth ol and conm
v.i th \ il. It will
In iri imong its nov tions:
New prating 1
Incl Dorol
.'.
clusively
I
ol nc;
Tl
r (h
cci 60. a 1 in-
1 tatron,
1 1 devices.
A c rdiac cath
unit 1 : nu-
clear li "tronics.
A 19-bed iphistic ite I
The Jan" and Edward Sh
P tlmonary Research Laboi itor>
with radio-isi >p< scam ing, 1 >ody
plethyai and accomm
tions nee le i for complete pulmon-
ary physi -> ind n habilit it
A metabolic unit of six pri-
vate patient rooms for the eon-
duct and application of clinical re-
search in every important medical
specialty.
Expanded laboratory faclli-
):< featuring an electron Hco-
scope and other nuclear equip-
ment.
A computerized medical li-
brary which will make the very
latest scientific information avail-
able in a matter of s, eonds.
Total ancillary facilities to
tv. ike possible swifter diagnosis
1 treatment, reduce the period
hospitalization for patients, ami
provide more efficient and effec-
1:..
Other facilities of the Mount
S ii M i- nti r, currently un-
' 'isti u :ti m, include an ex-
I p irtni nt
11 Emergency Pa-
vil v : Louis l:
Cyclotron C ituring a
1 t of nu '
: ind l
by far the
t, sucl in the VS
. a- !her !'
Ic I Ed : 11 C inter, to be op-
eraud joimiy i,y the hospital and
Pioneer Women Meeting
Tiie Beba Idelson Chapter of
Pioneer Women will meet Wednes-
day noon In the Washington Fed-
eral. 1133 Normandy Dr. Program
will inciude a review of Leo Ros-
ten's book "Joys of Yiddish Hu-
mor by Rifka Wolk. Fanny Gib-
Miami-Dadc Junior College.
Leonard A. Wien. chairman of
the hospital's building committee,
and Samuel Gertner. executive,
vice president, also were on hand 1
for the contract signing. Mr. ci,-li-
ner praised the lay leaders of the
hospital for their foresight in un-'
delinking the medical center proj-'
eet. and tor their generous support
of the on-going S20 million cam-
paign to achieve it.
Mr. Friedland and Mr. Wien bath
expressed the trustees' apprecia-
tion to the locil financial institu-
tions which advanced the money
enabling the hospital to proceed
with its program while the fund-
raising effort, under the leader-
ship of Julius Darsky, continues.
They issued a reminder that Mount
Sinai receives no public funds to-
ward capita! improvements, and
therefore nrast rely completely on
private philanthrophy to meet its
needs.
In furtherance of the Jcwi-h,
' Identity Pro 1
the YM-YWHA of Greater Miami
land the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion IT teenagers wen guests I
Friday evening, the beginning :
Shabbos. through the close of
Shabbos, Saturday, in the homes.
of Orthodox Jewish families al
' Miami Beach and partic pat d and
observed all the rituals
io:n- which re part ol the Ortho-
dox Shabbos
Families who open '''''
to the
tr..! Mrs Ben I Wein, R bi and
Mrs Alexand G >ss D* ane
Mrs. Aaron Katz, Mr. and Mr* Ed
Stauber, Dr and M Ber-
I Mr. and M
Mrs H ir
Mrs M I '
YMI1A '
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n. Cat

As part o tl
; 1 in ".'
: v. VV
The .'
an out terest
I > young sire to
'V ;' \
Signing the contract for construction of the Maribel Blum
Nuclear Medical Research Building, primary facility of the
new Mount Sinai Medical Center, are Samuel Friedland
(right), president of the hospital, and Tim Dakin, represent-
ing the contractor. Gust K. Newberg Construction Co. Look-
ing on are (from left). Mount Sinai's executive vice presi-
dent, Samuel Gertner, architect Irvin Korach and Leonard
A. Wien, chairman of the hospital's building committee.
Children's Center Carnival
North Dado Childn n's Center,
15450 W. Dixie Hwy.. will hold a
cat nival on the school grounds
from Friday. Feb. 5, through Sun-
day. Feb. 14. Weekday hours are
from 4-10 p.m.; Saturdays and
Sundays, the rides, food and novel-
:.. booths will be open and the en-
tainers on hand from 1-10 p.m.
hand! apped and undei -
privileged children will be hosted
ommunity organizations, clubs
from 10 a.m. to
-' p.m Friday and Saturday. Pro-
ceeds of 1 nival, which is un-
der the chairmanship of
I SI nman, will be used to com-
plete payment on the bus, and ex-
nti i"s facilitii -.
Valentine Luncheon Set
Beacon Unit of Papanicolaou
Cancer Research Institute has
scheduled its annual Valentine
Luncheon in the Eden Roc Hotel I
Thursday, Feb. 11. at noon under
the chairmanship of Marian Yafee. |
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+Jewish fk>rldtori
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Ambassador Goldberg Will
Receive Histadrul Award
Ambassador Arthur J. Goldberg,
former Unite.I Slates envoy to the
V IN lions :iiui Siiiiivmo Court
One of the highlights of the con-
ference, (which Is free and open to
the public with the exception of
Mi i $10-a-i late dinner) will be the

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WIUIAM H. SYIK
i si i'. wii' receive the Israel
list:i during the gala awards banquet
>! the organization's sixth annual
ntfrti.itii j ii Mid-Winter Con-
i al the Fontainebleau Ho-
tel, Miami Be tch,
The thn e-day conclave will
b 15 with an address by U.S.
S< ii Miki Gravel of Alaska.
Kronish, rabbi ol Tem-
pi Beth Sholom and national
el: ; the board of the His-
tndrut F ndal n ind William II.
S> i< prt sidenl ol the Foundation,
V:ll present I he -|> 'ci il cil ll Ion to
Ai"h .;-,-, .,.; i; ,;,..... ,\ ho is
S< en i.i--. if I... ior in the late
Pi-, -.: .t >!in F Kennedy's Cab-
liii: ai:rt the first national chair-
man of th Israel Histadrut
f tindatii a.
The Mid-Winter I "onfereno i
irk t'n achievement of the $20.-
i.CCO i irk in the nationu ide
foii support the long-range
in- 'tio.-ai. medical, welfare, cul-
l arv rcjiglpui institutions op-
en!. r i: drnt in Israel.
1 I: Found ition.
Slat : >i 2 p.m. on Feb. 16, th
symposium ilso will m irk tl
p irance ol Ambassador Rehaveam
Amir, [sr el ranking consul gen-
eral in the Unite I States and for-
merly his nation's envoy to P
Norman J. Kasser of Coral
Gables and Morris Langeof Cleve-
land are conference cochairmen,
Jacob Rifkin of Wilkes Barre, Pa.,
and Miami Beach is chairman of
ilie planning council for the Inter-
national Committee of Hosts. Mr.
Rifkin is working closely with the
Israel Hist idrul Council of South
Florida, of which Dr. Mich u
sin is president and Samuel Fein-
stein is chairman of 1 ird.
.iiis! ice < i il Iber [ I as i
iional ch til m rt o! the 19711
n Jubilee Celebration ol Hista-
drul in the Inii' d St ites. 1!
nlayed a in 11 ir role in the solidar-
,t> between Israel and the Amer
nan I ibor mo\ement which h is
existi l sine the w sh state w
esl ibltshe I In M ly, 1948.
Cancer League Luncheon
The Women's Cancer League of I
Miami Beach will hold a 10
a m board meeting prior to its|
noon luneheon at Chandler's Res-
taurant, Friday. Feb. 1-'. Sophie
I'rimak will present a review of
"Hope Is My House.'' by Devorah
Wigoder, Mrs. Michael Bright.
president, has antiour-e.il. Reser-
vations are being taken by Mrs.
i I.ois Fenchel and Mrs. Lil i
i berg.
Rustin First Speaker In
Beth Am's Forum Series
RABBI IPHRAIM H. STURM
Young Israel Holds
Bar Mitzvah' Even!
Rabbi Ephraim II. Sturm, execu-
tive vice president of the National]
Council of Young Israel since 1958,
will be the guest speaker at the j
13th annual dinner of the Young
Israel ol Greater Maimi at i> pm.
Sunday in the Fontainebleau Ho-
tel. Rabbi St irm has been a lec-
turer In philosophy at Yeshh i
Universit) since 1962 and a gu I
irer al Now Y n k Uni\ ersitj
ii 1957.
William Kreuter is serving as
oner il ch tirman of the "B ii
Mitzvah" dinni r of the North Mi-
ami Beach Congregation. Cochair-
men ne Mrs. Erncsl Field and
Mrs. Theodore Goldsmith.
Young Israel of Greater Miami.
located at 990 NE 171st St., North
Mi imi Beach, maintains a full pro-
gram of daily. Sabbath and holid ty
religious services and youth activi-
ties and sponsors a full afternoon
and Sunday religious school.
Rabbi Naftali Ponish i- spiritual
ler; Jacob L. Chernofsky is
;ident of the congregation.
Bayard Rustin. who organized a
national coalition of Black civil
sights leaders to suppart Isfeel'sl
position in the current Middle
East crisis, will speak at Temple
Beth Am Sunday. Feb. 14. His
address on "("an We Stop Amer-
Right?" will,
launch the South I > ide
tion's \ nth annual Forum
Mr. Rustin will be introduced
by (lirUi R < edil >r of the
Miami Times and a prominent
worker In the field of human'
relations.
Other events in the forum se-
ries w ill include appearances bj
author and social action |i
Albert Vorspan March 7 and by I
Father Edward H. Flannery, on
Of the nation's best known Cath-
olic clergymen, April 15. A'-p
gram of Israeli entertainment
rounds out the serii s .\l ly 9.
Dr. Herbert B ral '
Temple Beth A
with forum c Gerald
in 'irrai lural s es \l
lent of the con-
I n. and ("ol. Ai I hur
are woi
with committei nizing
sors, p it rons an I men ol the
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with anj of the committee
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+Jmlsl>n*rlettor
Friday. February 5, 1971
Leon Lowenstein Proclaimed An
Honorary Miami Beach Citizen
, vensteia win*
resident whose philanthropy
I, more then .1 soore oi
ions, has b
honorary citizen f Miami
ch
,i, 87-year Id board
XI. ] : i & Sons, v h >
is a hon e on di Lido Isl ind
, :; N York, v. '
s t< -; bj M lyor Jay Dermer with
: ion which read:
WHEREAS, Leon Lowensl
: : m in.', j ears honore our
as a seasonal resident, and
re is Mr, Lowensti in has en>
re i himself to all who kn >w
i in this community for his hu-
mitarlan and philanthropic
. .Is.
AM> WHEREAS his gracious-
ss, humilit> and d lep c i
to rhis I (How man ha\
him respect i stet :" a:i' al
oi all Begun nts ot our population,
and where is his presence
us has deeply enriched the cultural,
social and eleemosynarj Institu
. of our community ana en-
ility of life thi
out Mi imi B ach,
NOW XHEREFORE, I, Jaj
Dermer, mayor of Miami '
ii .] ,. ,j procl ilm Lean Lowen-
stcin an Hoi or irj Citizen of the
City of Miami Beach."
Just last month. Lowensl
feted as -\ Hum inltarian of the
Mount Sinai Medi 1 O iiter for
his gifts of more than SI mi'lioi
I to the Miami Beach bas
il's exp insion program.
Mount Sinai's Gl iria nd Leon
I Lowenstein Nurses Residence is
,:.. to him and his
a.., : i.u lities bearing his i
, Mew Y'i Citj Inclade the
Lowenstein Hall at Lin l >'
,,., his I i Fordha n I ni-
versif ind Low i si 'in Vii
I city's Temple i
El.
, i v h ispitals thai h ivc
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Mi imi B. ich in l Hill-
id -;'. Vii cenl Sew York
Lowei stein is b. si
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and the
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Leon Lowenatein. chairman oi the board of M Lowen
& Sons and cue d America's best known phflanthropts
wa, d-c'.arcd an honorary citizen o! M imi Beach
Mayor jay Dermer recently. Helping Lowensfin acce,p
,he maUon is his long-time inert d Samuel
-,. v;ce president of Mount S.na;
pital.
Singers To Be Featured
In 'Town Hall' Series
One of Israel's most exciting
ging personalities. Tova Ronnl,
Sp cial tickets for students, at a
singing peisona.... "/""; 1 nominal price, are available at the
h. adlines the second event in the, T g mam>E1 (,m,t>, accord.
Joshua Steele
I r.'ual "Town Hall" sev.es of Tem-
Emanu-I-.l Wednesday night at
! p.m. at the Miami Beach syna-
ue, 1701 Washington Ave,
Miss Ronni will share the spot-
. ght with Joshua O. Steele. Ls-
ii star of opera and conceit
.. .-. h i has been a leading I m-
of the Hebrew Nati in il I 'pera
pany.
The musical program was m-
n unced by Harry A. Lev) nd
Mrs. Jack Katzman, co-ch
the 197] series. Former Vice
sident Hubert H. Humphrey
. I last n inth.
! [r <- ile v
a N entral m
np, but esc ventu dl)
:hed P lestine He h -
featured on the noted Ki'>
n Ge\ F istival and on K il Lsi
national government radio sta-
I -
Tovi Ronni. a Sabra. will offer a
erse '. 'ction of Israel
chassldic selections and English
i mbers.
pie
ini; to Mr. Levy and Mrs. Katz-
man.
Tag Day Sunday
For City Of Hope
The Miami Reach Chapter of
the City of Hope will raise funds
to support the research m
center during its 'Tag Day" Sun-
day.
Volunteers will be going from
door to door asking for donations
for this worthy cause. The hos- !
pital, a non-sectarian institution
which aids those with catastrophic
diseases without charge, is sup-
ported by the members of the
chapter the year around. They
make only tliis one appeal for as- ;
sistance during the year.
Persons who wish to contribute,
are Invited to mail their checks t>>
th City of Hope, 8024 Harding
,\. .. Miami Beach, Fla. 33141.
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Five So. Florida Women To Attend
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Friday. February 5. 1971
Page 5-B
North Broward Women Set
Pacesetters' Luncheon
N rth Broward women will open nel Women's Communal Service
their United Jewish Appeal ind Is- if Council <' Jewish Federation!
el Emergency Campaign with a and Welfare Funds.
Mrs. Jones, who has jusl re
ecived th" "Butzel" Award fr rr
the Jewish W : ..- I" leration o
Detroit, the highest honor a com
nunit> ran bi i on in Individ
ual, has |tut returned from hei
t*> Iscai l as a membei
<>f the 12th Women's Divisioi
Mission to Eur i '. [sr id. Shr
has studied at :. st-hand the many
problems of Immigrant absorptior
In 1-- ai I, as nell .is the growth
ind development of Israi 1 as a
haven fo> Jews.
MKS. HAKRY 1. iOMS
Paci setters' bunctieon at Le Cub
Intel national Wednesday at 11:30
a.m. Mrs. I) maid Mitchell, chair-
man, has announced.
Helping to inaugurate the Wom-
< n's Division drive will he Mrs.
Harry L. Jones of Detroit, former
n itional chairman of the Wom-
en's Division of the United wish
Appeal, who has an in'umi.te
knowledge of work and Drobleiw
if the I'JA. having served on the
Women's Division National Cabi-
A leader i the United Found.t-
ti n, Deti oit's top non-sect a i
i>ii lanthropic organization, and for-
mer president of thi Detroit Chap-
ter of H idnsjah. -Mrs. Jones sen -
on the Bo -nils of the Detroit Grand
1 Association, t!ie Detroil
Symphony, the Leaeue for the
Handicapped and the United Foun-
dation. She is :i vice president of
the Detroit O-e-bral Center, a
member of the Mayor's Committ '(
'or Employment of the Handican-
>ed and a Trustee of the Morril!
Palmer School.
The luncheon is open to any con-
tributor of $103 or mo-e to the
Federation drive in behalf of the j
United Jewish Appeal and the Is- '
| rael Emergency Fund, Mrs. Oscai
Slndell, president of the Women's
Division, said. Reservations for
iuncheon may be made by calling
Mrs. Jack Solomon or the Jew-
ish Federation Off ce,
Israel's three millionth citizen, Natan Taerulnikov, arrives
at the Lod International Airport near Tel Aviv aboard an El
Al Israel Airlines jet. The former Leningrad engineer was
accompanied by his wife, Rahel, and daughter. Alexandra,
(carrying flowers). El Al reported record passenger traffic
in 1970, and the setting of new marks during January, 1971.
Mrs. David Levini of Hollywood.
ind Mrs Bernard Friedman, Mrs.
Samuel Rudner, Mrs. Newton H i-
statpr and Mrs. Arthur Horowitz
of North M'aml Peach. iii join
lelcgites from throughout the
United States, Canada and other
countries for the B'nai B'rith
Women International Triennial
Convention in Washington, D.C..
Feb. 11-17.
The theme of the convention
Ail! he "Imitation to Greatness"
and the emphasis will he on th-
ole and responsibility of women
n todays world.
Mr-. Rita Hauser, U.S r">re-
tentative on the United Nitons
'ommission on Human Rights
me of the few women aopointed
to a high post in the Nixon Ad-
ministration will give the key-
lote ad !:-ess on "The Prosi *
"or Human Rights in the Worlr"
Today."
Six prominent women repre-
senting various areas of achieve-
nent will be honored at a "Sal itr
i Women" luncheon < including i
went for the three I'r-s of m !-
ings. They Bre: Joan Ganz Conney
si '.in..... o! the awar l-winn'n*!
-!iilh-"n's te'evision show, "S-s-
ime Street"; Dr. Judianne Densen-
Gerber, founder of Odyssey House,
a druT treatment center; Eliza-
beth Duncan Koontz, director of
the Women's Bureau, U.S. De-
oartment of Labor: Kathe.Vnc
Graham, publisher of the Wash-
ington Post: Judee Lenore Under-
wood Mil's, fi-st national presi-
dent of B'nai P'rith Women: aid
Sally Prie&and, first woman slated
to b"come in ordained rabbi.
B'nai B'rith Women is a Jewish
om n's si pa ic organizat ion \\ ith
1 lfi.0 0 members, and more than
9C0 chapters in 22 countries of the
free world. The convention dele-
gates will elect officers and set
policy tor PIJW for the coming
three-year period.
"The coal of the convention."
' I -. M ichacl Shapir >, B
i.- : itional presid nt. "is
make substantive decisions I
recommendations that will en
our chapters to effect change- ti
their communities. Our trad- i
nt service, philanthropy and i:. -
vation has been extra irdinary,
now we must look to the fut
nd explore new areas of need
At a recent preliminary planning meeting for the Annu~.
Spring Luncheon of Temple Beth Sholom were (from let"
Mrs. Walter Lebowitz, chairman; Mrs. Jack Shapiro, Mr;.
Meyer Kotler. Sisterhood President; Mrs. Max Kesselmar.
Mrs. Irwin Teplis and Mrs. Burton Belenke. The Luncheor.
will take place Wednesday, March 17, in the temple';
banquet hall.
Hadassah Center Presents 'Israel Film Festival'
Through the courtesy of El Al
and Eastern Air Lines, the Hadas-
sah Centi r for Winter Residents
will present "Speaking of Israel,"
A Message From Golila Meir to
the Members Of Hadassah," and
'Pack Home." at its Israel Film
Festival in Temple Beth Sholom
Tuesday at 12:30 p.m.
In the absence of Mrs. Alfred
Tuvin, who will be attending the
National Hadassah Mid-Wir.1
tonfi n i ci in Israel, Mrs. c
Scltz, a member of the natii
board, will preside. Current events
will be reviewed by Mrs. San-. el
Gladstone, past president of Ha-
dassah's Western Pennsylva la
Region. The group's "Eye-Sa t
Luncheon" is scheduled Tuesua-'.
March 111. Admission is two li.. d
eve banks.
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Friday, February 5. 1971

Couple Will Return After
Completing Studies In Israel
Robert Blum Chairman
Of Scholarship Ball
, bort L. Blum, Miami Beach
, and civic leader, has I
A Dadc County couple wh
studying in thi Hebrew Universitj
of J< rusalem have decided to re-
turn to the r
. "buildini -
cultural bridges betwi
ican J< wish c mmunitj and
1st acl."
Mr. and Mrs. David Weiss have
be, ,, |n j since last June,
; ind thi Jewish state "exciting
... latin bul have made
. jointly after theii
mal sur\*i y of life in [sra< l
.. \y, 1st son of Mr. am
-1 Sam Wc iss of Miami
jvifc, Jud da ighter o
I i and Mrs. : h v Gor
Rabbis Chautauqua
Society's Lecturers
Rabbi David J. Susskind of Tem-
ple Beth El. St. Petersburg, will
represent the .Jewish Chautauqua
Society is lecturer at the Uni-
versity Of Tampa, Tuesday. The
rabbi will participate In the Re-
ligious Emphasis Week program to |
be held at the college.
Rabbi Larry J. Halpern of thel
Congregation of Liberal Judaism,
Orlando, will represent the So-.
ciety as lecturer at Lake-Sumter
Junior College in Leesburg, Wed-
nesday, Feb. 24. The rabbi will;
speak at the 11 a.m. assembly on
subject "Judaism in Contem-
bi n. w 3 ihwartz of j
Temple Beth E l'^ nsa : il i, will
S ietj as lecturei
i -i T'lursd iy, F 25. The I
will speak in the 1 I)
i M bile St : nior Collegi
Mobile, Ala., ot I "Jud i-
5US."
The ral I ire on i
... under the aus] :
the Jewish Chautauq ety,
an organizat i by the
N itlon il Fi .....f T :
hoods I > ci eate b >tter un-
: inding ol Jews and Jud
through educ ition.
MR.ond MRS. DAVID MISS
finkel of Temple Beth Moshe,
North Miami.
David is studying for his doc-
torate at Hebrew University, and
Judy is working for a Master's
degree. In addition, he is taking
courses at tin- Jerusalem school of
the Hebrew Union College-Jewish
Institute of Religion.
Upon their arrival in Israel,
both enrolled in an intensive, ad-
vanced Ulpan. They moved to
Jerusalem from Cincinnati, where
David was a third year rabbinic
student at HUC-JIR.
For Judy the transition to liv-
ing in Israi 1 has been challi
but not too difficult. Rabbi Gor-
i nk< l report d He noted thai she
comes from a Jewish-committed
and Hebrew-speaking household,
and that li t Hi brew i du
was aided by havin
camper at
nah.
Mr. W. is nd is quite
it H
have the us Bai '
[( lil alt- r he
in i ilgi '
versity of Floi
eovei i Ish studiei
Ism in di pth "
H observed his Bar M
the agi of 19
obsen in s. it was
memorabli n
Although he is bj
mathematician, at I
an industrial engin David
there is such a din rued I
ance and leadership for I
youth in .' wish lifi
thai only the rabbii
his inner drive.
In addition to thi ir It i
studies. Judy and David havi
led Israel extensively and have
managed to live and work in a
kibbutz.
"What impresses us most about
Israel." Judy says, "is th
unreserved and to total commit-
ment to and sense of resi i i
: for the land and the people of Is-
rael not only by those in thi
. of leadership, bul bj th
woman on the stn I
David is pursuing an intensivi
Talmud course with an oi I
rabbi. He is salem on a
voluntary HUC-
JIR s requirement fot
, ; [SI II : ''. i- intl
after he began his studies at
Cincinnati.
ROBERT t. B1U-M
anual Scholar I of the
I., hrman Pay School ol T
u-EI. The gala, black tie
i vent will be held in the I
land Ballroom ol the congregation
rday night, March 13.
mi nl of Mr. Blum's
acceptance m is made bj Samui l
\. Fried land chairman of the
board ol Temple Emanu-r
founder ol the I., hrman Da>
the largi si Hi brew
in the South sponson d by
a Cons rvath na| OgUC "I'll
its.
In his ai
i the Lei
Day
any stud, nts who
stitution has m ijorif* if Its -in-
li Mts who reccivi f iB ar partial
n holarships." h<
Mr. Blun
tary ol T mi li man i i o-
owm i i I thi ("arria. Horj
i ixurji nent
p|( v lie was co-ow:.-r ol
("i de Ap
, :,-. n ol ttv Car-
H last year, and
lent f Rolx-rt BI n and I '
, real ate nl
i,i n If' "orrl
ai mm membi rs ol th Ti mple
u-EI Plaj
lh '
Naval A "
^ead
lis,
Mr. and ind 1
chil i Jane 12
l e, -"- an lead' rs J
rrtej
;1 rccei tion fi irship pat
oi tii. i i > School
yi ar.
Mrs Blum was a runnar-up in
ihe Miss An irica pag *1 a
titll ot Miss Chil I
She will work with members
.. mple Sisterhood and a con
tesses to inaur I
19 ; s< holarship Ball will
. to i,, n< ol the s ictal high-
is ol the community calendar,
Voters Honor Policeman
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Mr. and Mrs. Sam Richman of
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Wedding Anniversary Jan. 24.
In honor of the occasion, more
than 100 of their relatives and
friends attended a reception in
their honor at Temple Kmanu-Kl,
Miami Beach, including members
oi the family who came from
California, New York. Connecticut
anil Massachusetts to help them
mail; the occasion.
Hosting the gala 50th anniver-
sarj observance were their chil-
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Mrs. Jules I.ehrer and Mr and
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6Y' Senior Citizens Club
Installs Officers, Board
Jack Katzman. (left) president of the YM-
YWHA of Greater Miami, is shown at the
Nor:h County Sonior Citizen Friendship Club
installation, with Mrs. Katzman, Augusta
Levine, honorary president; Sara Madison,
president, and North Miami Beach Mayor
and Mrs. David Laphman.
Dr. Sal Stein To Be Special Guest Of Women's Council
I'v Sol Stein executive vice
president ->t the Israel Histadrul
. idal ion and .\ noted economist,
Will l' a -;;>' : l| guest at tin
monthly meeting of the South
Florida Histadrul Women's Council I
Wednesday it t'.i i Cadillac Hotel,
Miami Beach
noon n "ill help pre-
l> ire for the intern itional
MiU-Winler Conference of the li.--
! idrui Foundal on slated nexl
\\i'i>k in NIi i.:n Boach with for-
mor StrpTPmb Courl Justice Ar-
thur J. (,.. ; as guest ol
honor,
A hook review of "Phoenix Over'
i Galilee." written by Yehiel
Gonur will be given by Mrs. Ray
B< k iwltz.
Dr. St. in, i rra I tate of Bel-
gium's famed University <>f Ghent,
hi- ii'cn a leader in the world
Zionist movement for more than
30 years and also serves as na-
il executive director of the
City Of Hope Tag Days
The Robjm Tubin Chapter of
City of Hope, a pilot medical
center, will participate in the
Feb 5-11 "Tag Days" which i
funds to support its research into
cancer, leukemia and heart dis-
ease. Mrs. Beatrice Goldberg is
Chapter president; Mrs. Matty
Goldsti u. is Tag Day chairman.
National
Israel.
Committee for Labor Kogan and Mrs. Susan Feller.
Mrs. Jack Wolfstein, president
' the Women's Council, will chair
the meeting. Reservations are be-
ing taken by Mrs. Morris fYettai
The organization is sponsoring
the building of a Bet Avot (par-
ents' home In Israel, part of the
I nationwide system of Batei Avot
operated by Histadrut.
The Senior Citizens Friendship
Club of North County YM-YWIIA
ol Greater Miami has {^stalled Its
ps, Board of Directors and
Commitfei ChJflrtneh for thi
1971 i cently.
The officers include Sara Madi-
son, president; Benjamin Mo
le N I, vice presid< nts;
Esther Klein, recording secretary;
i Kli in, treasui er; 11 -len
Schneider, social secretary; '
Hi sen, chaplain, William Kimmel,
scrgennt-at-arms and Augusta Le-
vine, honorary president.
The Board f Directors includes
H< njamin Mogul, chairman: I
Levine Augusta Levine,
i I, Ben Salk, Eva Kaufman.
William Debin, Libby B tel
Tobias Habor, II >Ien Friedman,
Ada Hirsch and Harry Stone.
of North Miami Beach, exti
his congratulations and Jack Katz-
man, p idi i of the "Y" was
guest speajci i ,n the ala event.
Greater Miami Chapter Of
llelfis-Coiitis Foundation
A Gri ater Miami ("hapter ol
National Foundation for Ileitis
and Colitis in organization t
up in New York City four ;. -
ago to resi ai ch their i
possible cures is i ing < i
under th" chairmanship ol Mrs
William Sigman ol Surfside,
In en anno.in
The Foundation, nowcondu
- membership drive, is organiz-
a number i liar i h .. tors
throughout ii:'- nation for pei
i are afflicted u irh the disc
in inti sted in its c iusi and
i atm< nt. Mrs f a j Si hwai ./.
membership chairman of the local
chapter, will welcome inquiries.
Committv Chairmen are Oscal
Levine, Bertha Sheinberg, Real rue
Stone. Augusta Levine, -Sue Nagel,
Mr. and Mrs. Bon Salk, Mr. an I ,,
Mrs. Tobias Habor. Esther Klein Chapter Luncheon Tuesday
and Helen Schneider.
The officers and Board of Direc-
tors were installed by Efralm H.
Gale, executive director of the
YM-YWHA of Greater Miami.
Mayor David M. I>apham, Mayor
The Rhoda M. Levine Chapter
of the Fight for Sight League ol
Greater Miami will hold its lunch-
eon meeting in the Gii Room of
the Fontainebleau Hotel at noon
Tuesday. Reservations must be
made in advance,
Lecture Series On Isaiah
Rabbi Abraham Ben Hillcl will
begin a semes of lectures on "The
Pfoptiet Isaiah at 8 p.m. Thursday
in the Offices ol the Hureau of
Jewish Education. 940 Lincoln
Road Mall. The course, conducted
in Hebrew, will continue every
other Thursday owning,
.Nurses Assn. Meeting
Mrs. Clare Good. R.N. president,
was to preside at Thursday's 8 p.m.
mooting of Florida Nurses Assn.
District 28. in the Wolfson Audi-
torium of Mount Sinai Hospital.
Nursing, Today and Tomorrow."
was to U- the topic of state presi-
dent Helen P. Keefe and Shirley
Hood, president of the student
Nurses Association, Both regis-
tered and student nurses are in-
\ ited to attend.
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Eve Rubin, Groom Samuel Sprotser Live In New York I ]\|jzrachi Women
The former Eve Judith Rubir.
: i her husband, Samuel Philip
otscr, have been making their
c in New York City since
t- ir marriage Dee. 17. Rabbi
'; or H. Stem officiated at the
' I p.m. a ri monies m tin *Ja-
i on Room of the Deauville
1 i l; a reception and dinner-
i ice at the hotel followed.
TTie bride, daughter of Mrs.
L ..an Rubin and t!i laic Rabl i
: hael N. Rubin ol Chicago, grad-
i d from the Hebrew Academy
: Miami Beach Senior Ili;:'i
ml and is presently in her
ior year at Columbia Univer-
'a Barnard College. Her hus-
I, son ol Mr. and Mrs. Louis
: i. Bronx. N.Y., graduated
I :i Bronx School of Science and
imbia University and is pres-
ently enrolled in the New York
University School of Medicine.
The bride selected a dress of
ivory poau de soie with Alencon
lace, styled with A-line skirt and
I ishop sleeves. She carried a bou-
iuet of white loses. Her attend-
ants, including her sislcr. Mrs.
S tan Suleiman, matron of honor.
ly Stern, maid of honor, and
01 Idesmaids Vivian Ziner, Annie
Gewirtz, and Linda Stern, were
attired in gowns of ivory i eau de
-. le with royal blue velvet bodices.
Her il..wcr girl, Andrea Freund,
v,;b escorted by Alexander Freund
and she was given in marriage by
Ezra Suleiman.
David Rapaport served as the
groom's best man; Robert Ziner.
Stanley Stern and Richard Stern
' were groomsmen.
"he Sisterhood cf Temple Adath Yeshurun has scheduled
s annual Book Review Wednesday, at 8 p.m. The best
.eller, "Q.B. Vll." by Leon Uris, will be reviewed by Mrs.
'-"ophie Primak, Photo shows cochairman Mrs. Sam Morris,
. isplaying book and Rabbi Milton Schlinsky receiving first
wo tickets from ccchairmor. Mrs. Martin Pollak.
Text Of Kal)!>i Winojirad's Prayer
At Governor Askrw's Inauguration
.: v.' nograd : Temple Israel in Mira nai
r '. i:i G .. ". 'ubin O. A- a >y
'he I: Associat of (ir iter Miami.
Rabbi Winograd, who became friendly with the go'
hen he served in a Pensacola pulpit more than 10 years
the be i, during the gubei nat<
. last month in Tall hassee
II. re is the I \i ol the benedi ;tion.
bo-no Shel Oh ir of the universe, Ahv-Ha-
hah-mim, father ol comi ission, hearken w beseech thee,
unto our prayer and heal 0 Lord, our supplication:
': Thj ice alone, and thru Thy will alone, have we
he.'ii prlvil i to gather here this day, because Thou hast
i ibled us to live, and to he sustained, and to reach this
occasion,
Before Thee. O King of Kings, blessed be Thy name,
stands a son of man. chosen by Thy children through Thy
providential wisdom to govern this sovereign State of Florida.
Thou hast already. Sovereign of a'l Sovereigns, bestowed
upon him throuyh Thy Infinite universal plan, a heart of
purity, a mind of sagacity, i soul of humane mercy and a
life of loyalty and devotion to ..11 Thy children and to Thy
great name.
Now. Oh Holy One. Lord of all souls, that Thou hast
:i tit to bring him and Us all, to this most great moment,
we call upon Thy divini nine to continue Thy supreme
lerosity.
I.IVK. wi pray, to Reubin A.-kew the u'isdom >!" B Solo-
mon of old .
BESTOW ujion him the strength and vitality of a
Samson of ancient days gone by .
IMPLANT In him, d- ar G-d, the courage of a Daniel in
the lion's den .
GRANT our chosen leader the unparalled pioneering
spirit of an Abraham of Thy II ,ly Writ and finally, oh
dear guardian of mankind,
BLKS.S him. and us all. and all Thy creations upon the
face of this world, with length of year-, health of body and
soul, universal prosperity and Shalom, peace, so that we
may be worthy to see quickly in our days the yeh-moht hama-
shoe-ahk, the final Messianic era. bringing permanent and
everlasting peace to us. and to all nations of the world.
KlesMHl art Thou, Lord our G-d. King of the Universe who
hast given of Thy glory to mortal man; and let us say Amen.
Jewish Arbor Day
Traditionally. Tu B'Shevat was
bratcdasth *
in
MRS. SAMUtl P. SPROTSER
Frances Benis To
Marry Bert Kevins
Mr. ;.nd Mrs. Norton BeniS, 16198
NE 9th Ct.. North Miami B
announce the engagement of then
daughter. Prances Sharyn, to Bert
Nevins. Jr. tBuddy, son of Mrs.
Marion Nevins, of Hollyw tod, and
die late Bert Nevins.
The bride-elect, a a.lu-'t.> of
North Miami Senior High School
', and Ohio State University, is now
a teacher at Plantation Senioi
Hi School in Fort Lauderdale
and is also attending the Univer-
sity of Miami Gradu School
Her ii ince, a writer who is
. authorii
-I c ilumn for City Dei
- call< 1 "World V il i wi"
J ii the L'ni
ly of Mia
I'sra. !. Tithes for the
i.. ntenance ol the poor wen
cordingly
Our forefathers obs rved th a
by planting trei n .- Jer is
they
I a cedai ch girl, a '
i s was
hildrei "
Lomary to
and fashion it ii I
the wedding ca
. planting I '' lv'-
ractica ml I '
. ,. 0| thi lai I ti I today Tu i
B'Shevat is known as the Jewish
"Arbor Day" M. i e ii Wi mi n's
nizati n ch ipti rs will join in
the lei.rat.Oil.
AVIVA chaptei c-1. brates with
cial luncheon at Beth David
. .anon at l-' 3 I p.m, Mon-
day under the chairmanship ol
Mrs. Helen Lewie. The reg ilar
me, ting will be held at B*>th David,
Monday. Feb. 13. at 1 p.m.
HADAR chapter's meeting <
s, h doled WedmaAay, Feb. IT
[2:3 i the hoini at I sth, i
Dm ner, 933 I Bay Dr.
MIAMI Bl \'"H chapter will
ihow the film "Side J'.\ SI I at
- I p.m. Tu. sday meeting In thi
r lend Auditori
1234 Wa A\e.
GALII ipter will have a mu-
ing al Uw he m ol Mrs
."'.<) NK 194th
. v. it.: ; -
by the Hillel Community
School Choir an i Chassklic n
and disc..-.- i in by Rabbi Til
Mos -
SHA1 OM ch iptef w .il h
card nv a party in i I
I.,-, in Rd. Club Room T .
at 12:30 p.m. with Tu B'Shi vat i
iieshmi nts.
Mendell M. Selig Gifts Announced
Mendell M. S has c intrib-
uted two major gifts to su
j. wish i du< atlon In me n
late father, Harris SeHg, who
I his life to it. ice rdfn
nenl mad Art
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MISS DlANi HABITS
Diane Harris Engaged
To Robert /.. II eehsler
Mr. and Mrs. Moi ris .' l!
6247 SW 10th Tei ann un e the
engagi ment of thi ir d tughter, Di-
ane, to Robert I. Wechsler, s in
of Mr. ind Mis. Milton Wechsl
1219 Country Club Prado, Coral
Cable-.
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Diane graduated from Coral Parki
Senior High School and the Univer-
sity of Miami where she was a
member of Beth Alpha P-i,
counting honorary. Her flan
graduated from Coral Gabli S
lor High School and the Univer-
sity of Tenness *, and is presently
: teaching in the Dade C tunty
Sell io| system.
Th? couple plan
wedding.
Ambassador Jacob Tsar, bright) chairman of the Keren
Kcyemeth's board ct directors, presents the "Zalmarv _
and Rachel Shazcr Forest' certificate to Israels pres -
dent. The 80,000 tree forest is the result of a world wide
effort launched las! year on the occasion of Mr. Shazar's
8uth birthday.
'.
Sisterhood's Donor
Luncheon Feb. 2.5
"Women and Song i music il
drama written by Mrs, R
Gord m, will be the featured en-
tertainment at the annual donor
luncheon of Temole Beth El's S s
terhood in the Regency R.....i ol
the Dlnlomat Hotel at noon Tues-
day. Feb. 23.
This will lie the premiere per-
formance of Mr*. Gordons play.
Tickets, at $20, may be purch"e I
from Hollywood residents Mrs
D-ivid Friedberg. Mrs. Harvey R.
Horowitz or Mrs. Herman Scholl
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Susan Salz Engaged To Philip L. Frank Jr.
SHfllY B. UtBtSKIND
Snelly Liebeskind To
Wed Laurence \'adler
j : i Liel eskind's en-;
t i Law i ence I [arold
Nadl been announc .1 bj
: | Mr i: I Mrs. Carl Lit bes-
kind, 1358 Normandj Dr., Miami
];. ach.
A st at Mi imi-Dade Junior i
Collegi Shelly, who graduated
from Coral GieVles Sonior High
School is planning a teaching ca-1
reer and will continue her educa-
tional Florida At antic Univers tv
Hi r til i co, th s in of Mr. and
j, i arli a N idler, 400] Indian
i :. ol Mrs. Rose
of Ml h, gradu ted
Hi rev id ny, Miami
: [ijjh il and Miami-
i. He is pr< s-
ineering
I WP1 Ch. 10.
Mr. and Mrs. Hayim 'Hit W.
Salz. 11601 SW 72nd PI., an-
nounce the enKagement of thoir
daughter, Susan Naomi, to Philip
L. Prank, Jr.. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Philip L. Frank. Sr., of New
Oi leans, La.
The biHe-elect, a graduate of
Pa'igetto Sni ir Hi Sc"i i il, is
'' lin Newco nb O" in
New Origins where she is major-
Biology, She is ,-i m.....ber ol
v Ipha ': il Phi i i ity -mil on
th" D i '- : wh
i ite in Ma*-1 froi fulai
'' er tv v Ith .i B, V d i In
E2c in >m 's a m if Zots
Beta Tan fraternity and on the
Dean's list, He w ill he c i
-; >ned as an Ensi ;n in tl e U.S,
Naval
The couple p'.ans
dlg.
a Julv wed-
Local Delegates To Attend
Hadassah Meetings In Israel
For the second time in its his- Chapter's Groups are meeting;
tory, Hadassah the Women's Zi-| Monday. Th.y incluej*:
onist Organization of America
will hold |ts annual Mid-Winter
Meetings in Israel. More Mian 500
national, regional and local leadi rs
representing the organization's
318.000 members will participate.
Esther, 12:13 p.m><15i'l-Ain'%ii
is. Rac Fi insteln, presid
ti i. M
gjon
.Jo-
SUSAN N. SALZ
Melinda Phillips Will
Marry Harry Robbin
Mr. and Mrs. David A. Phillips
(if Miami Beach announce the en-
gagement of their daughter, Me-
linda Joan, to Barry Michael Rob-
bin of West Hartford. Conn.
Miss Phillips graduated from the
Hobrew Academy of Greater Mi-
ami, and is currently In her jun-
ior year it Stern College for
Women, Yeshiva University, New
York City. Mr. Rotbin. a graduate
of Willi im Hall II;-h Scho tl. West
Hartfo-d. is n a'umnus of Y -
I'niv"; j'.ty whei o he ma I r I Ir
it :' il i | ursue I
c turse of Jewish si i : at th
;'. H
;,i law and vvil
l h Announcing
Susan's Engagement
I Shi
the 01 mi til tl
. atin, the
. F.thel Lopal
i Ni rth Mi-1
m Schi 'I and of
.* mi ii Coll .' .
(tending th
1 : Ol
-.1 ha i *il in
Phi s il sororil la i
;. Coi al High
School, was 1 roll" d in
Ui ivi tv I rida S< hool ol
:, I affill iti I
T%u Ipsih n Phi
: F Ida
I tei ai ti
u
's \. la an as-
u '
hi Idl : laci al
I $ : iti i Julj :
3ooV Review Scheduled
Deisert and coff will s- rv-
I ,:t UV Holly-Dai ni ipl
Imenvsft Jew;;'.: Congres" meot-
i : :-a th'' Recreation Roim of
..tl.ih-h\ Sruth in Hollywood M : -
day. FtV. 22, at 12:30 p.m. The
programVor the meeting will also
i:;rUidc\'vs. Jeanne Spevack's re-
view of d The Coming De-
struction of fcrael." by Myron S.
K iufman.
mtUHOA J. PHIIUPS
\ -
Pour delegates from the Miami j
'Beach Chapter of Hadassah will'
leave Saturday for the meetings
I to be held there Feb. 6-21. They
' are Mis. Sherman Fast, presidi nt; j
j Mrs. Nat Barth and Mrs. Philip
Thau, past presidi nls; Mrs. Kman- I
uel Mentz. organization vice pres-
ident, and Mrs. Samuel Goldb rg,
ana vice president of the Miami
Beach Chapter.
Premier Golda Meir. Foreign
Minister Abba Kban. Finance Min-
ister Pinhas Sapir. President Zal-
rnan Sha/ar, David Ben-Gurion
and other top Cabinet officials will
address various sessions during
the lti-day meeting. The keynote
address will be given by Mrs. Max
Schenk, national president; Presi-
denl Zalman Shazar will receive
the H' nrietta Szold Award
Hadassah's highest honor.
Hadassah. the largest individual
Zicnisl Organization in the world
ii,day. maintains a comprehensive
health, educational and social wel-
fare program in Israel. In the
! States, Hadassah a non-
;ovcinm ntal oi ganizatl in accn d-
ted to th Nations con-
i an Ami i ican Affaii s pro-
;i; 111 i h which mi
Etaj Harbor, 11:30 a.m. luncheon
and review of "Love Story" by
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz, Balmoral
Hotel. Mis. S. M
Emma Lazarus neon lunchi in
ipore lloti i. "<'ome Finn; I
Four Winds" n vii w by Mis. Edyth
I ;er.
Israeli, non luncheon, Algiers
Hotel. Cantata presi nt. d by Mi -
l.. e i'# ild i a impanist < llga B.
Stern. Mis. Esth r Meyer, pres.;
Morton Towers, 7:30 p.m., Jew-
ish youth present their view of
Jewish li! in our community in
the building's r< sta irant.
i*oby Schachter, president;
Henrietta SzoU, Youth Aliyah
film at regular noon meeting in
the Algiers Hotel. Mrs. Sol Green-
:, president;
Forte Towers. 1 p.m.. auditorium
.1 1200 Weal Ave. Bldg., Mis. Ja>
Di mi r, gui si speaki r. Mrs. Paul-
ine Lesscm, president;
Lincoln. 12:30 p.m. 100 Lil
Rd. Club Room. Mrs. Am
pn si Ii :.*:
Tr. asure II -use North I
10 i ,m. M
i ...'
mity, rlent of th B
ii -. ...-. n :
- itive Jewish living
tioi I t-i
. .
I!
was r's Woman ol

i ai :. i Shaloma
i: ( up Algiei Hoi
Feb.......
.
Rabbi Narot Reviever
i It* Israel S;ii
b :' ph R. Narot
lion's spirit lei al
.:'. li: I N'arol
vi. w i' y
\\ .......
13th Annual Auto Show
lat' st in Ami
I cars will 1 I h
13th Gr ati r5 Inter-
: iuto Shov
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open
"Why Settle for Less Get the Be;!'
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seum pieces of beauty and value, including furniture, china,
porcelain, figurines, silver, antique jewelry, pewter, maps,
prints, coin and button collections at the 30th annual Miami
Antiques Show and Sale in Bayfront Park Auditorium, Bis-
cayne Boulevard at 5th Street, Feb. 4-7 which is managed
by Mrs. Ethel Mae Boedy of Cleveland, (above) whose
mother was the first antiques dealer in the Miami area.
Items on display will also be for sale. The show will be
open from 1 to 11 p.m. daily.
TI:e Great S1D0R BELARSKY with 100 On Stage
SKMUEL FERSHK0, Composer, with Zimrah Chorus
- Symphonette Sat. Feb. 20th, 8 P.M., M. B. Auditorium
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1 1
Two More Ambulances
To Be Sent To Israel
The leadership of the Food & Allied Trades
Division of the 1971 Combined Jewish Ap-
peal & Israel Emergency Fund campaign
vill include Leo Finkelstein, vice president
nf Southern Division for Food Fair Stores,
standing in center) who has accepted the
position of coordinator for Food & Allied
Trades Division, and Jerry Blank, (standing
at left) president of National Brands, Inc.,
noncrary chairman; Ben Silver (left, seated)
Divisional Grocery Merchandiser for Food
Fair Stores, has accepted the position of
chairman, and Marvin Florman, (standing at
right) executive vice president of National
Brands, Inc., will serve as associate chair-
man. With them are Leonard Friedland,
grocery inventory administrator for Food
Fair Stores, and Samuel N. Friedland, chair-
man of the executive committee of Food
Fair Store? and honorary president of the
Creater Miami Jewish Federation, (seated
at right).
Health, Welfare Directory
Published By U-F Agency
John S. Glaser, din i tor of the
\ lunteer Action Cctner, has an-
nul : the first
mprehensive directory of health
l mi Ifare scrvi( < s In Dadc
i >unty, c died "A >' i: le to Con-
inltj R 'S urc -"
The must concisi 'h din dory
< it assembli >l undi r one ci v< r
l lade Countians, ii was de-
- in il foi quick resci i eh and in-
< rporatos a simple procedure l>.
. lich the information contained
; prein may be updati d.
4 ounty-Western Night
For Temple Or Olom
\ professional caller h;>s been
gaged for Temple Or Olom's \i
I n. square dance in the so< :al
i II Saturday, Feb. 13 which will
: ilure chuck-wagon si> ]< food.
Mis. Murray Kayo, president
i-ic-m of tin' i( mple's Sisi, r-
t od, is serving as chairman of
1 "Country Western Night."
i ibbi Ralph Glixman is spiritual
I- ider, Dr. Stanley Kiii r president
the congregation, and Sam
] ssirr presMerri of Brotherhood.
DOB
DMCIHB
POST TIME 8:00 PM
FEATURING THE
The four-par! manual lists 270
agencies and programs, Including '
major federal, state, lunty, muni-
cipal and non-profiI social services
with a: ncii s listed al| habetically.
addi i bsi s. r\ ices, hours,
1 ty and appli 'at ion pi
ares, costs, executive dii
incl e also re-
sold
Dad,' County has been divided
into eight distiicts with agency
blanch offici parks and libraries
within eacl I listed. Also
listed are non-profit day care cen-
ters, judicial com ts, hospitals.
agencies with summer programs
local ioi ol law enfoi e mi nl facil-
ities, and telephom listings I u
mei gene; rviecs.
' C les of I he dii i ct iry may be
requested from the Volunteer Ac-
tion Center, a United Fund agencj,
Rot* n II. Fil chairman of the
United Fund Campaign, has an-
nounced J. Bernard Shumate's ac-
locptance of the chairmanship of
1971's Program of Excellence
; Committee. A resident of Coral
| Gables, Mr. Shumate, president of
j the First National Bank of Miami.
I served as vice chaiiman of the
19T0 U-F campaign.
Col. Frank Herman, senior vice
1 president of Operations Group.
' Eastern Air Lines, will serve as
Mr. Shumate's associate chaiiman.
Mr, File announced,
Brotherhood Seminar
The bi-weekly Sunday morning
breakfast seminar sponsored by
the Brotherhood of Tempi, B th
El, Hollywood, will be held at 9:30
a.m. Sunday in the temple's Tobin
Auditorium. 1351 S. 14th Ave. Dr.
H. H. Puts, chairman ol" the l'-M
Drama Department, will s|K-ak on
Jewish Musicals on the Ami
Stage."
Two new imbul inci s d h at to
thi [? op! of [srai : by Greater Mi-
Jewisfa Ion* ;vnl '''
ledicated Sund ty, Feb. l at 10
um rlurlnj I
at the I! brew A I ny. 2400
Dr., Mi "in Beach, S im-
lei 1 ch, vice
it of the H v''"i-
Florid tate | '
n Red M 'gen Do\ I
for Is
,' the A
. .. ;; : m Dovid for Israel.
I Cross of
; will l 'I' '
i imbul 'ii i fi n
I. idei : Beth J ic ib Congreg i-
i and o1 the N> A i i ican
Jew I Club.
The two vi hicles, which will hv
shipped to Isr lei immediatelj
the d -dication program, bring
to 18 i Chaii the number contrib-
uted to Israel through the Ameri-
san Red Mogen Do\ id during the
p tsl two years in D ide County.
Miami Roach civic and religious
lead* r William G. Mechanic spark-
ed the drive among Beth Jacob's
membership to raise the fund- >i
the ambulance, which will be op-
ited In Isiai 1 bv the Mai i n
| David Adorn. Mr. Mechanic, who
'previously led.ct.'I two ambul-
inci b c mti ibuted by himt I
his w ife, is honor irj dent
il Congregation Beth Jacob, Mi-
imi Be ich's old< sl sj i
Rabbi S. T. Swirsky, spiritual
leader ol Beth J ic >b, will I iki
part in the progi m R Alex-
ander S. Gross, principal of the
Hebrew Ac I 'my, will chair the
event, which U free and open
the public.
Rubin Offenbach, treasurer of
WIllinM G. MECNANC
the New An 'rtcan Jewish Soc
i ho irhea led his ore mi-
cation's successful drfve for ai
imbul mce worked clos.-ly W I
Murray Rozynes president; Lew
Singer, vice president: ami 1 j-;n :
T\ i ir, g< en i irj Founded In 193
!. New Vm i in Jewish So
Club Is l largely of first
neral
i,.....i my, Hun irj Poland
Euro|
Pre*Purim Carnival
A ue, k-long Pre-Purim Carniva
will be i : I at Temple Or Olom
sT".". SW li.th St., beginning Mon
lay, and running through Sunday
Fi b 11, with the exception ol S it
ui day, Feb. 13. The carnival, to !*
held in as oeiation with Deggllei
Amusement Co., will Include rides,
prizes and games for all aces,
Wometco Theatres
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'
IS eat Sonnett Named To
Criminal Division Post
Ni I S innetl 28, an Assistant
U.S. Attoi m \ for the S luthern
Disl ft o la, his I em
: | Vttorm R >b 11 W. Ru-l
as C il lh< C ninal Di> si in
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I
Leaders of the Faiband Labor Zionist Ore
zation setting plans tor its gala lunch-, i
and concert on behalf of t'; Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund cam-
paign Feb. 28 include, from left, (seal
Shmuel Bonchek, national president of :
band Labor Z;o" sts; Zev Baumgc'd cf th
United Jewish Appeal, New York; Bern
G.ngold, vice pn of Bialik-Ben-Gurion
branch cf fcrband and codicil man of Poale
Zion r.nd Israel Finkel, president c! Bic
Ber.-Guricn branch; fstandinq ]c i h P.
Zuckermon. lent, Lebsdikei bran7h:
Max Rothman and Sam Berke, membsrs of
the National Execoiive Committee cf Far-
rl in New York; Jack Filosof, cochairman
of Poale-Zion, and Sender Wclson, secretary
cl Cuban David Riis? branch.
Hillel Students' Goal KM)
Trees In Children's Forest
Rabbi Simon Murciano, principal
ol Hillel Community Day School,
made a Tu B'Shevat appeal to the
students, parents and teachers of
the school for tree planting and a
poal of TOO trees in the Children's
Victory Kon'si in Jerusalem was
set as part of the school's c( lebra-
tlon of Jewish Arbor Day.
Tu B'Shevat, or the 15th day of
the Hi brew month oi Shevat, falls
on Wednesday, Feb. 10, tins year.
It marks the budding of trees and
beginning tif spring, and is cele-
brated in Israel with the planting
>luigk by, school ehildri n, who
have been dismissed from school
fui th^^Y. ami aM-i'A -I to so. iid
BWPin 4' I for*
. -'- wttere rach pupil plants a
\(iun bn
Jewish children all over the
world collaborate with them by
purchasing "tree certificates," and
the money raised is sent to the
Jewish National Fund In Israel for
Hi. purpose of planting gardens,
parks and forests in the arid parts
of that country.
In conjunction with the forth-
coming celebration, the school held
an art contest. Murals depicting
holiday scenes were entered, and
were judged on the basis ol over-
all excellence in art work, most
, ii in rat Ivc group work, and n
i : iginalll v.
The Hillel I/I".A. Will |
trials i"1 the children Wednesday,
I \ of sweet ii
iown in Israi i irrbh So< d
iwn as St. John's Bi i
sometimes I Bi id
w ill be f atured.
^aiiich Guest Sneaker
Yi f Yanich, coo lit ito ol the
South Floi ida Confen nc on So-
, ; i Jewry and regional director
i tlie American Jewish Congress
will illustrate his lecture on "So-
viet Jewry Protest 1970" with
documentary slides at the regular
meeting of the Island, r Chapter
of the Southeastern Florida Re-
gion of Women's American ORT
Tuesday at 11:30 a.m. In the Mont-
I mart re Hotel. Mrs. Rose Gordon
is Chapter president.
was
n -......, nn\\-
n Mi-
has been I US
Vtt
nd I
i i;
; Y tun
1 the Citj Miami"
I tlf D -
. Miami
last j nd b i'-''
n I
' '
Dado ; I >-
el. \ pn I i oi t'i
- i I i Chapter of the !' I
eral R r \-- ici ition Last j h
w b a n it ional director of that or
iniz it ion's Council on Your -
' i.se-s, the first person ever
n i from Florid I.
Mr. Sonnet serves on the nn-l
1 tional drug a'ouse c immil tee o1
the National District Attorneys
Association and the Federal Bat
Association, and is active with th
Council on Drug Education. He I
NiAL SCNStU
: D le C
!: i, i '
A gradual I M
Miami S f Law. he s
1 A
tion. and lent ol All
ni A- oeia11 in of his law fi
ity. Phi Alph: Delta.
JWV Posl 681 Meeting
.i.
-
i
d
Hialeah-Miami Springs Posl 6
Jewish War Veterans, will hold
n gular breakfast meeting 9
a.m. Sunday at Temple ThVr
pros dent of the Greater Miami Jacob. Program will include fi
Jaycees, and a member of the new- nomination and election of of hi
Hillel Community Day School students observing Tu B'She-
vat are Benny, the sen cf Mr. and Mrs. Natan Rok. North
Miami Beach; Diane Kane, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tony
Roma. Hollywood; Joette, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard
Mogil. Hallandale; Sergio Rok, brother of Benny, and David,
the son of Dr. and Mrs. Ralph Frankel. North Miami Beach.
ABrttfi BEBKOWITZ UNVfiHJNC
The dedication of a monument to the memory
of the late
A1WE BERKOWITZ
will take place Sunday, February 7th at the
Temple Emanu-EI Section of Mt. Nebo Cemetery
at 1140 AM with Rabbi Irving lehrman officiating.
Friends and relatives are asked to attend.
Bargain
Electric rates have gone
down eleven times since 1957!
In one sense, your electric meter is a
gateway. Through it, electric power
brings "into your home dozens of
comforts and conveniences, from air
conditioning through automatic
dishwashing.
And almost as remarkable as the
variety of ways in which Homeless
electric serves j-ou is how little it
costs. The average price paid per
kilowatt hour by FPL-served
families today is one-third less than
it was in 1957. Isn't that a pleasant:
surprise in these days of fust-rising
prices?/*"''______ / J'-
TTGI IT INFLATION: USE ELECTRICITY! What else costs less today than it did In 1957?


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Friday, February 5. IS"1!
I

SKTH FINKEL
S th, the sin of Mr. and Mrs.
J t Finkel, 7465 SW 135th St..
will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah at
le Or Olom Saturday morn-
Inj, Feb. 6.
S' th, an eighth grade student at
ir Hich School plays
th Frt r.ch h rn In thi s ,li i 1 band.
M- nd Mrs. Finkel v\ ill spon-
ni : Sh bb it Frldaj e\ -
uid the Kiddush following
th Stturdav mon n i A
recepl n i th's hon r !! also
;. h Id .: his li im oi
-.: | \ hi : >>. tests
; \i | !; [) .. |of '-d h'
avints and uncles from New York
i' mnsylvanla.

NEAL BIMBER .
vah if Nop! H
.l of Daniel Beat ice
r w!ll b" h Id S iturd >>
F b I at T :" v
X."' M i. F
Mrs. Ida Stein, his grandparents.
ft '' *
JOEY GLIOK
Joey, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
\V. Bill G'ick. ~M>i Gary Ave.. Mi-
ami Beach, will become Bar Mitz-
vah Saturday. Feb. 6. at 9:30 a.m.
Robert Brast
Gary Ztiss
Gary Stein
Joey C/iclr
in Temple
Menorah. Rab'ii Mayer
Abramowitz will officiate and a
eruption will fol'OW.
Joey is in the ninth grade a*
Nautilus Jun:nr High School,
wh^re he plays clarinet i:i the
Bch tol band. He is a member of
fie Little Lev,- le '> isehall t am
! the Optimist I
;ue.

ERNA D1 NSWOKT1!
Erna Dai li n daughti r ol Mr.
and Mrs. George Dunsworth, 55S0
E. TUi Ave., Hialeah, will become
Bat Mitzvah at Temple Til reth
N: ai I Friday i v* ning, Feb. 5.
Erna !s an i i;hth grade student
at Hialeah Junior High Scho and
ROBERT UKASS
Saturday, Jan. 30. at Temple
Beth Am. Robert Samuel, son of
Dr. ami Mrs. Philip Brass, cele-
brated his Bar Mitzvah.
A student at Palmetto Junior
;:, ,|, S''u >'!. Poh rt n't' \v'< !'i
Temple Beth Am Religious and
Hebrew schools.
Attending the servici s w
number of n lativi s from N< w Fi r-
sey, including Mr. and Mrs Ben-
jamin Lunin of Hallandale and As
burv Park. Mr. and Mrs. Hov "
Ntal Bimkara
Lunir. of tVestfie'd, Mrs Mol
Kaisi r of [rvingti rl, Mr. ar-d M
Ralph Brass >! West Orange, a
Mr. and Mrs. 1. lOUrvit ''la:
M.J Mi ..:. i Mis. I Walk
Long Island. N.Y.. were i
t
. i rh< stiviti -.
Bimbe-i' will hoM Hn O ^lavs clarinet in the school band.
gi .... night, the Kid
sh ill m .; ''' < ~. .
,. :,.-i jn hon >r of the occ
the E len Roc Hotel.
Ar '_ the out of to vn sru -
...... i .- i hr i Vi :'- Ba
M:tz-' h v 111 l" Mrs. M'Mred Kai
- r, Mrs Eva M fl and her
s m, Prof. Ira Mirienhoff.
MITCHELL LEVINE
Mitchell R-bert Levine will \y-
Bar >Ti-'\ih t Temole Ju-
.'. a at Coral Gables Saturday. Fob
6, at 11:15 a.m.
The son of Mr. and Mrs. Allan
N. Levine, Mitchell, a seventh
rr"'< student at Glades Junior
High School, is a sports enthusiast
and has received many awards i*
archery A graduate of Temple
Judea Hebrew School, he will as
s -t in the worship service an:
wi'l read In the Torah. He plans t
c i:' Inu his n |ij'o 's education or
t'sh Confit m ition.
M t< h ll's parents will h^st the
Kiddush in his honor following
- -\ c -.
Helning the family celebrate the
occasion will be Mrs. Ida Gordon.
Erna's grandmother.
SKTH GOLDMAN'
Seth, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Bernard Goldman, will be called
to the Torah as a Bar Mitzvah
Saturday, Feb. 6. at Beth Torah
Congregation.
A student at Beth Torah's Har-
>ld Wu'k Religious School for the
oast two years. Seth is now in the
school's fifth year class. He will be
a memb r of the Confirmation
Class of 1973.
The Kiddush following the serv-
ices will be BPOnSOred by Mr, and
Mrs. Goldman in honor of the
occasion.
SHARON MHKENBERG
Friday evening, Feb. 5, at B th
Torah Congregation. Sharon, the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence
Mickenberg, will become a Bat
Mitzvah.
Shai tending the
Activities Planned
By Temple Judeans
Boy Scout Troop No. will be
honored during the family worship
services at Temple Judea Fiiday
at 8 p.m. Members of the troop
and the temple's junior choir,
under the direction of Mrs. Rita
Shore, will participate in the
Si \ ice.
Temple Judea Brotherhood will
ii ii~ at nual family picnic at
Matheson Hammock Sunday, be-
ginning at 11:30 a.m. Lunch in the
picnic area, gam,s and fun lor ad
is promised.
To commemorate Tu B'Shevat,
Temple Judea Religious School
students will hold theii annual
tree-planting ceremony, followed
by songs and parties, next week.
The Sisterhood has planned a
brunch and auction in the temple's
scxial hall beginning at 9:30 a.m.
Wednesday, Feb. 17. Prizes offered
include wigs, clothing, decorator
pieces, dinners for two and cruises.
Reservations should be made with
the temple's c.ffice staff.
the Harold Wolk Religious School for
mr years and will be a memot r
md Mr-. David Pullman and it the Coi 1973.
Mr. and Mrs. J> s. \h Levine, is The On -... llowii
- im
, 1 is Angeles
I

JAN COOK
i Daryll, \\: n : A"
Cook of'
S
6, B ;'.]
,. negation,
stu-
.; will iv spons in iy th:'
ci i i ant's parents in i-> r ho
:':
GARY ZEIss
G i Marc, son >: :.-. I Mrs.
M .\ Zeiss, 6010 SW 9-Kh Ct., be-
1500 Men's Club Installs
Rabbi living Lt hrman will be
the installing officer Sunday when
Emanuel Mentz begins his sixth
term as president of the 1500
'"lib. Guest speaker at the
12:3' ,m. i vent, which will be
held ii: t'ae Fontainebleau 1! it< I,
\'i!! be Miami Beach Mayor Jay
Dei Silvi i is set \ ing as
i .1 ion chaii man.
Finalists Given Auditions
Two finalists in the November
auditions hi Id by the Society for
Young is have been audi-
At the regular meeting of the Mayor's Safety Committee
last week. Chairman Judge Zev W. Kogan (center) pre-
sented awards to members of the Miami Beach Fire and
Police Departments and the Rescue Squad for their out-
standing performance of duty during the Jan. 4 gas explo-
sion and fire. He is shown with Fire Chief Hubert Albn'.ton.
(left) and Police Chief Rocky Pomerance.
' .. -Mil

came a Bar Mitzvah a; Temple < n tioned by th Metropolitan Opera
: day, Jan. 30.
An i i fhth gi ade stud -it at
Glades Junior High School. Gary
| i; lays saxophone in the school's
band.
A rec
l : Hotel
Irs. Fred
; ,.. j
i nd uncle Mr. in I M s, Phi-
1 ski wh > livi In An-
li ire
fi th 'occ ision. Vis i att
wi'l be his : ther, Ruth
R v h i shares mi birth-
day with him. grai i; ,.
i :. and n tives a
1 ends fr im New York.
OABV STEIN
R d 'ii Herbert Bin ng ird will
:; te when Gai
Mr. and Mrs. Ge> i
- Bai Mitzvah Saturd iy, F
il Ti mple B> th Am
C ry ii.- attended I:
School for seven years and He-
brew School for irs, He
..- a studi nt at West Miami Junior
High Scho )]. and was sel l
an all-star player in Khourj
Lea?ue (ball.
Attending the i rvices, and the
recotion and luncheon ifterv
at the Dunont Plaza Hotel, v ill b
Mr. and Mrs Lou's Shaniro and
The eel 'brant was honored by
irents at th< Shabbat
Friday i vi ning as well the Kld-
irda A::.err.: the
,;: -' v. i. .... broth' r .;:('. sisl r-
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Herbe I lolt,
and their sop. .1 u at i in, Mr. and
Mis. Jack ZeiSS I Ni M 1
Mrs Oscar Rothschild,
Company at Sarasota. They an
ti nor Caesar Suarez, IT. and so-
Linda Muldano, students "i
Gina Manetta, who is assoi iati
with Bai ry College.
Realty Office Opened
~; imui l Blair, apartment house
i :st. has opened Blaii Realty,
in offices located at 5940 SW 73rd '
SI., So ii I liami, it has been an-!
nounced. Mis. Loyce Swift, a na-
tive Miamian I i ited from
Ihe University of MianJ. has be-
come a member of his staff.
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Water skiing Sailing Driver Ed. Fishing #Trips
Socials Discotheoue Academic tutoring available.
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PINEWOOD ACRES SUMMER DAY CAMP
9500 S.W. 97th Avenue
For Boys & Girls 3-10
Horseback Riding Musk 6. Drama
Red Cross Swimming Arts & Crafts
Sailing & Canoeing Weekend Campouts, Big Pine Key, Fla.
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July 19-August 13
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Friday, February 5, 1971
*Jenisfi Fkridffan
Pag9 13-3
This Week In History..

\A' v,. ,r Ago This Week: 1931
Vl.mi i S -hwoi tz \
lu \ k .)r. h5r 25th anniversary'
br aetui- a; the 1 'i i mn
Bfsh Ait 'i'li
i
T!T" '' i-'i' ^ '' '"'il '',|: I
:"al .,itr< tl i's for r -
:'. ni: ind foi in
| : :it.
| dc it Ho i I the
; V ih D.C. 11 -
b. 'in on it- 75th an-
n
I ips h Sa
fj n
; .' I v \ int) pi'
\ -,'-i n i Ih
Elected As-
.] il m.
i found
An. Committee
- ,:..* ,li PI i h
I; ml of Puhii Rducitiun, died
et th> i.;- of 73.
.10 Vearn Ago This Week: l!'il
Lyndon B. Johnson, in his l
Igneech is Vice President, assu
Si i Zion in N York that the j
[Kennedy-Johnson Administration
"wi'i woik for peace in the Mid-
dle Eiist :i< it works for proen -s
in Afrk i. for social justice in Latin
America, for freedom in Asia, for
strength and accord in Europe,
ind for a climate of mutual trust
.viin the Soviet Unto"."
Anthony Gustav d Rothschild,
'janker. philanthropist and --n;>
rwrtner in N. M. Rothschild &
ibfl*,. London.
  • 1 ,.i 73 years ol
    i\
    >>nif. 'Kurt S ite. In-ad of th
    Phvsies TVmrtiv nt of Haifa In-'
    hi'iiwaUl prisoner, was scn-
    I -.(I to five yean for espion
    I >f. RorVert Servatius. granted
    SJ',000 by Israel for defending
    A lolf Eichmann, requested financ-
    ing fo- tnrrBporTation for his over-
    ie is witnesses.
    ,. |< .< rv....,. .,t .. .
    ^ iddish Theater Opens
    At the Hebrew Academy
    iln-hU KueanberR will o|x>n Ins
    V. I liih Theater in the Hebrew
    Academy Tuesday with the mus-
    kkl comedy-drama The Shlimazel
    a:! the Bflde." Fo' the onenino
    k only, a special 2-for-l ticket
    price will be featured at the He-
    w Academy Box Office, which
    I r-.s at noon.
    Appearing with Michel in the
    . dish Folk Theater" will be
    it bui h as Florence Knit
    ; i .tin Bnra ngrei and t Seorge
    I VtiM of the New York st
    Curtain time is H HJ p.m. except
    on Fridays, win n it will be cl d.
    Mntipee performances will be jriv-
    il 2 30 p.m. on Sundays.
    A leading comedian who has ap-
    peared witn Molly Picon as well as
    il. Yiddish pictures. Including "The
    .tor's Batl;" Wr. Rosenberg has
    ali'i bc n in numerous non-Yiddi ih
    ductions on Broadway.
    i >s for I ii
    servic
    laimd flu nejr in-Ho i S3 : fr
    \Voi .
    repression of Mot
    .a i c 11. t a i ten I i -
    ' of tho Syni
    if Al :!
    : th
    ' tl Inten u
    tent,
    Histadr i n < \ ;,..
    '' Pit i Lavon a i
    tarj
    58-4 i, a few w :- a minis-
    terial .,' | I icrated
    :xi\ -.'. h
    A i-virbed Ani-
    i'i is!:-d
    : ; State 1 -it to
    '' 'h i io situ iti m of S
    ' ry "wli i p issible
    il vi s In the Unit -.:

    Just Minister I ihas Rosen
    I that iretapping
    ind In Israel m >
    ' ," th ^^>,', necessary
    '... : was "letter-si oop-
    Siogi-nclorf Appointed
    As City Commissioner
    w
    M Si i D County House Delegation of
    newesi and youngest Cltj Com- the Florida Legislature from 1965-
    missii ner, \< as a| | oil ted n c ntly 1967
    t
    AffDEN M. SIECENDORf
    There still
    isn't any
    phce
    like home.
    tc till the seal vacated when Mrs.
    I accept d a position
    in the si ite government at Talla-
    h is* i
    A life Ii un*> ''-'-
    dent, Mr St ge\ I 11
    rsitj of Mi mi Law
    . ter arnii
    -. rd .i- th
    n la i 1. A
    I | \ i the high-
    and Wig
    v. Il '
    ,,iSo presided >ver th Bar and
    ty and 1
    ;. i- rnitj whil itt it I-
    school.
    In 1963, Mr. -; f was
    Justice Richard
    then Attorney General, I i s rye
    .- <'-i-t In the 1
    latlve Division of th;'' offic There-
    he became n search ai le I i
    court of Aptx il3
    ., Horton E trl F lircloth
    ,,,,,, i him to his ifl In
    I, |S b en the Ass stant At-
    i: neral in ch i "' ": "'
    office sine '1977 Hi
    .,.; conns"! for th
    Mr. Siegendorf is president of
    the Miami Law School Alumni As-
    sociation and a past recipient of
    the Mi imi Law School Alumni As-
    - >c ition ind a past recipient of
    thi P.A.I. Mumni Award. His
    name i* I'sted in "Outstanding
    Personalities of the South" and
    The Two Thousand Men of
    Achievement." A member of the
    Inter-American, American and
    Florida Bar associations, Mr. Sie-
    gendorf a' i belongs to the Amer-
    ican Judicature Society, Is a mem-
    ber of the Leral Education and
    Admissions to the Bar Committee
    and was recMit'y appointed by th >
    ^:,it'- Supreme Court to serve on
    the Fli ri la B i ird of Bar Examin-
    ers. He is the author of "Review
    and Sentenc ." which ws Included
    in the Florida rules of criminal
    procedure handbook.
    Mr. S'e^endorf is i'so active In
    civic affairs; he has served as
    .lent of the D > ntown Miami |
    Ontimist ( lub aril vice president i
    >f th" Tiger Bay Club, and is a
    nemb- r of th Tou is' Act
    nmittee, th Mi tmi J lycees,
    the Unite i Fund, Elks I. I N i,
    d the Honor ible Order of
    Kentuck) Colonels. He currently
    rv s on the 1 > >cr Ex.....t
    ivp Com nitl io Fl irid i an 1 has
    oresid over the Young D -mo-
    th Dade C tunty
    nd Fl
    Mr, S with his
    |fe, I lathe' in 1 *31 S >''th
    I ij -. ]i His I ither, Capt lin
    V, .' S I rl h b 'e'i a
    h r of the Miami Beach Po- '
    ice Departm mt for 35 years.
    Jossph Robbie, mancqor cf the M'Ctmi Dclpbins, and Rabbi
    Solomon Srhiif, director cf Federation's Community Chap-
    laincy Service and executive vice president of the Rab-
    binical Association, who delivered the invocation at the
    Miami Dolphins-Buffalo Bills foo'ball game, look pleased
    ever th? Dolphins' win, which clinched their place in the
    National Football League playoffs. Mr. Robbie was the guest
    on Sunday's "Fir?t Estate" program, which was taped for
    viewing at 6 p.m. Saturday on Ch. 2. A discussion cf "Re-
    ligion and Sports," hosted by Rev. Luther C. Pierce, the
    panel included Rabbi Sohiff and Rev. Albert R. Schmidt,
    of Grace Lutheran Church. It was aired last Sunday on Ch. 4.
    David Stuzin, president of Citizens Federal, and Jackie
    Gleason's statuesque blond choreographer, June Taylor,
    are shown at the opening of her one-mai show, on display
    at the Association's 830 Biickell Ave. office through Friday.
    1
    and lie
    mey
    Mi i.iv
    !
    Auction At Beth Am Monday
    Aviva Croup of Hadassah will
    iio'd its annual auction at Temole
    Beth Am, 5950 SW 88th St.. be-
    ginning at 11 a.m. Monday. Hath
    Fox is chairman of the event,
    which will include luncheon. Tick-
    ire available through V- Ida
    Silverman.
    During Rabbi Tibor H. Stern's recent visit to Israel he was
    welcomed by President Zalman Shazar, to whom he pre-
    sented four volumes cf his newly-published Response
    printed in Jerusalem.
    United National Bank
    Moves To New Quarters
    Take stock in America
    rUS.
    n the
    K-9 ( I the n
    ..'. 0f Miami. Thej escort I the
    ,u n from the o I I ton a
    g0 s Biscayne Blvd. to the l>anK s
    .uilding i '-' over th '
    ' '
    The., W i" '-"1,n
    RUa'ds carried over St million in
    ., and an undetermined un
    ta precious gems, negotiable se-
    curities, cash and valuable docu-
    ments, reprasentiiw the contents
    : 0f hundreds of customer safe de-
    posit l)0\es.
    Edward C. Haynes, president
    directed activities that involve,!
    85 seci wnnel for a |
    . s. Tit I
    u ley, ai..... over
    .. i ite i -' P '" '
    red 1 nd
    111 u 1,
    Unite 1 N iti n Bank,
    lished In I! '. is i member ol
    United Banoh i irida, Inc..
    i regist red I ank holding imp in)
    which ai- cvns and on
    The Miami Beach Flrsl National
    Bank, Coral Gables Firs! National
    Bank, Tinted National Ban's o*
    Dadeland and Security Exchanae
    Bank of West Palm Beach. Frank
    Smathers, Jr.. is chairman of the
    board.
    G. E. R. (Dick) Flynn, (center) dean of the National Hotel
    Sales Executives, who has been appointed Convention Sales
    Consultant of the Fontainebleau Hotel, is welcomed by
    Louis E. Rogers, president, (left) and Charles S. Bass, vice
    president sales, who recently retired as vice president of
    sales for the Drake Hotel in Chicago, initiated the practice
    of s^lLnq hotel space to business and professional groups.


    Fsge 14-B
    * lewlst thrMian
    Friday. February 5, 1971
    At a recent banquet celebrating the redemption of its
    S100 000 mortgage, Kneseth Israel Congregation honored
    he original building committee as well as those who gave
    heir personal guarantee for the mortgage. Standing (left to
    right) are David Eisenstein, president; Oscar Schapiro,
    treasurer; Rabbi David Lehrfield; Milton Kahn, outgoing
    president; Louis Dublin, honorary life president; Morris
    Glantz and Jose Lis Vitkinas. Mrs. David Lehrfield, dinner
    chairman Joseph Nadler and Mrs. Joseph Nadler are seated.
    bituan'CB
    Setting final plans for Temple Beth Sholom's
    second annual Combined Jewish Appeal-
    "srael Emergency Fund campaign dinner-
    :.ance, Saturday evening at the Playboy
    Maza Hotel are (from left) Joseph L, Shapre.
    Harry Blumin, Gary Gerson, Rabbi Leon
    Krcnish, spiritual leader of Temple Beth
    Sholom, Allan Wilson and Harry B. Smith,
    chairmen of the event.
    IEGAL NOTICE
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    Marshall E. Rosenberg of Mi-
    ami spoke before the annual
    board of directors meeting of
    Manufacturers Life Insurance
    Company in Toronto, Canada,
    this week, in his role as presi-
    dent of the company's Produc-
    tion Club, a post awarded an-
    nually to the company's larg-
    est producer, worldwide.
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    IN THECIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JLDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
    ( No. 71.2228
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
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    Booklet featuring questions ond
    onswers en traditional Jewish
    life and law.
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    KRAFT FOODS CO.
    99 Park Aventi*
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    NOTICF UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    Nl n ICE IS HEKEIIY fllVEN tl
    the undi
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    [lands, Florida : i .1 Inti u.i ti re
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    ' ''-mi Court of li.nl.- County
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    \m M R. Blasben
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    SCHWARTZ. Robert I 62" Weal
    Ave .Ml! l: eraide
    SCHWERSKY. Simon. 71, 1830 N E
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    MONUMENJ3 INC.
    Ope* it erf Day Close So-bbol*
    40 SW 57fh Ave. MO 1-8583
    i'J Only Strictly Jewish
    .Monument Dealer
    Services Held For
    RabbiA.Abrams.69
    Service! for Rabbi Abba Abnmia,
    former spiritual leader of tli>' .''-
    cob H. Schiff Jewish ("entrr in Ujc
    Bronx N.Y., and a [st K-ader of
    th, American Jewish CoriwMt*r<\
    were held Wednesday. '
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    .. wh i suffer
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    moved Ide In
    active
    iffjciatin rabbi
    Miami I the High Holy
    Days He
    r Miami
    ;il ion.
    Rabh i ed by his
    ivlfe, Eleanor, : Surfside: n son,
    Dr. Emanuel Abrams, a pbvsician
    in Silver S| '' I I Ihn e
    grandchildren.
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    fl FeHanry 5. 1971
    Jewlst Hcrknuri
    Page 15-3
    LEGAL NOTICE
    LEGAL NOTICE
    LEGAL NOTKE
    LEGAl NOVICE
    LEGAL NOTICE
    tin
    mi
    ch*
    Ml
    jF COUNTV JUDGE'S COURT
    , AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA IN PKTjBATE.
    No. 70-2661
    f;K KERK
    OTICE OF INTENTION TO
    MAKE APPLICATION FOR
    ^STRIBUTION AND FIN_L
    DISCHARGE
    NCB i- hereby given that WE
    li-u-i OCR KiiihI Report and Pe-
    for Distribution and Final Dls-
    . Executors ol the estate bl
    raj BERK, deceanen: aud thai
    ,. ml day of February, 1971,
    Maty i" the Honorable, County
    of Dad* Oesmtjr, Florida, lor
    , ,i ..i anid Final Report and for
    ki int.iii nnd l'>! discharge as
    atora "i thf salute of the above-
    ,i.-. .a.m This i:r.tti daj of
    l"71
    i;\ K I.A7.AROW
    | >SK T" 'IT
    piSH ItKPHCN. Executors
    KhVPHl N
    (Washington Avenue
    11, .. h. Florida
    ! ". -1J I : J -.
    AVI
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    f THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    EVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    "FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTV. CIVIL ACTION
    No 71-807
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    IB THI IMPK INS,
    i .tiff.
    [1 KNA THOMPKINS,
    n.lant.
    K\ i.n, BN \ THOMPKINS
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    I i default l tnki n
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    uit ('out i Bi
    BN K< IRNHI I M, ES ll'IRB
    ftiseaym Building
    ni, Fl irW i I
    ,.., fr Plaintiff ( w ixtlf
    NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
    TAX DEED
    File No. 70A.1733
    Chapter 20722 AcU of 1941
    NOTICE is HEKEI1Y tilA'EN that
    BAM I 1:1. SCHAA'ARTI holder ..t '
    fount) Tan Bale Certificate No. 868
    laaued the 31kI da) of May,, A l> I9<8,
    haa filed name In mj office, and has
    made application fur a tax deed to i-
    laaued thereon. Bald Certificate em-
    braces the following described ir,>
    perti in the County of Dads, State ol
    FlorMa, m-wlt:
    lies 331 fl W of SB Cor of NK',
    of M:\ \v 7" fl N 39.! fl E 7" ft S
    -'.' tt to Beg Section 36 Township SJ
    South. Ranee n Bast In the County
    ol i lade, stut, of Plot Ida
    Thli deed w ill be issued subject to
    I all oilier outstanding delinquent City
    of Miami taxes, and 1970 County taxes
    laud v'iu of .Miami taxes and Liens.
    The assessment ol ^ni.l property
    under the said certificate was in the
    name o*: Honoris Rodrigues,
    I'nless said certificate shall be re-
    deemed according to law, the propert)
    des. ribed herein ^^ 111 be sold to Ihe
    highest bidder for cash at the Court-
    house door on the first Monday In
    month of March, 1971, which is
    the !- da) of March, 1971
    Dated tin- .:,ih day <-f January,
    ' 1971.
    K It I BATHERMAN.
    rierl uil Court,
    I, il- County, Fk '""'
    [!j I' r OFI PSTRAND
    ul Clerk
    II' '( '.II s. .ll
    1 29
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTV. FLORIDA
    No. 71821
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    RAUL DIAZ,
    \ a
    Plaintiff,
    BLANCA IHIS ABIGAIL DIAZ,
    l >> fendant.
    TO; III.A.Vl'A IKIS AHK'.AII. DIAZ
    Cusdalup.- No. 1
    kfthcanluo, Orlsnie, cuh.i
    YOB ABB HBRE1IY notified that
    .-. Complaint for Divorce haa been
    filed against yu. and you ,ir,- here-
    by required i" serve .i copy ol your
    answer or other pIcadinK to the Com- ) th
    plaint on the Plaintiffs attorney ed
    I.ERTER HOCKHS. whose o.lilross is
    I4M n.w. '.7ih Avenue, Miami. Flor-
    ida 3M3S, and flic th<- original with i
    th. Clerk "i 0i above styled Court,
    <,n or before the mih day of Feb., |
    1971 or a Default will be entared
    against \'-u.
    li\TF.I> tin- 13th nay of Jan., 19.i.
    K H WEATHERMAN
    Clerk ot Circuit I'ourt
    Hv: C OlMiD.MAN
    1/16-25-29 2/B
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 71-53 PRIMM
    In RE: Batate of
    Si'.l .\i A \\ KISS
    " NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
    ing claims "i Demand* Against Baud
    Batate:
    You are hereby notified and requir-
    ed io present an) claims and demands
    which >"U may have against the es-
    tate of" SF.I.MA VVBIKB deceased late
    of pail.- County. Florida, to the Coun-
    ts Judges of Dade County, and rill
    same ni duplicate and as provld-
    ,n Section 73J.1S, Florida statutes.
    their offices In the rnsmtf Court-
    Dade County, Florida, with-
    lai months from the Urns
    hous.
    In si
    of ll
    pale
    of.
    this
    THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
    "IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIOAIN PROBATE
    No. 70-4236
    Hi r.H: K-t.ito of
    BB"-JAMIN MARSHAK,
    r toTase-l.
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    Sfo At) Creditors ami All IMs.mis
    HavinK claims or in manos
    ^l^^1nst Said Estate:
    A-..UBr.- h.r.l.y notified ami r. mii Ir I
    prcuetit any claim- ai .1 "entands
    xrhi'li you rouy have against in.
    Sale of ItKNJAMIN MAKSHAK, do-
    uaa.sed late of Hole Couiitv. Florida,
    tithe County Judges of l>;-le nunty.
    and file the sani. In duoli.ate and as
    S.,vid~1 i:i S.stK.n 73:i 16 Fk.rl.la
    Statutes 111 their offices In the t-un-
    ty fourth.nis. in Pn.le County. Flor-
    Ida, withm six eal.-ndar montns rrorn
    tha time of first publication hereof, or
    th* same will he harie.1
    Dat" day of January, A P I"T1
    JBROMB MARSHAK
    As Bxecutor
    M publication of this notl
    :9th day of Janunn. 1971
    !IAI.I. It. PI8HER, ESy
    iiiv for I' te. utor
    A s \v 104th Streel
    lull, Florida
    1 ( 5-12-19
    NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
    TAX DEED
    File NO. 7CA-1734
    Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
    . S 111 .1 ItY UIA'E.N
    11. SCI1 i\ \ I ilder of
    . ii. No. *77
    daj Maj K V
    ,i
    ....
    I Cert
    rib.
    Count : I
    Florid til
    I
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    In |>OII I \ El
    \l t Page X7 *
    ihi 1 "oun-
    1.
    ili.ni 1
    County '
    I ami < "i I of Miam (I 11.1"
    ni- rt prop,
    under tl
    Inn I' flelgcr Page
    1 |i| ptlfl ii all b. '
    deem. .1 in law the pr pert)
    des.-rihed hen trll old to tl
    hlgl ; 'he Couri
    ihe first '.! I 1
    1971, whk h
    I Mart
    Dated this 23th da) of .'.
    E B I EATHBRMAN
    Cl.rk 01 Circuit Court.
    I, ,,!, 1 'ountv Florida.
    1 p F rjl'l D55TRAND
    Pemjts r
    uit Court Si .1
    1 29 2 "-!
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 70-4339
    ll RE i: tall '
    SAMI El R< 'TH,
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All "redltor." ami Ml P< rsons I lav -
    1 alms or l" mantis Against Said
    You an hereby notified and requir-
    ed to present an) clnln
    u ma) havi against Ihi ei
    SAMI'EI. ROTH. d. eaed
    i.,,,. ,,, 11..,1, 'oui iy. Floi ai.. to the
    r inde 11 .iv. and
    a ite and as pro-
    . in S. etlon 7 I'. 16, Florlfl
    County
    , 1 .. [>, dp C. .in". Florid I,
    ihs fr. m the
    . ,,.. ,,. -i publi. ..if 11 IH r. '
    or Ihe sami III hi bat red. 1
    1
    : I .. iT
    BBKNAHD ROTH
    . fTA
    notice
    lay of January. 1971,
    OK Oil BERT
    -,..,.., .... T.\
    t |n. nil Rfl Bldg.
    1: Florida
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    IS HEREBY nil H>N 11 "
    ' ui di 1 Igm d, d. ii n to 1 n
    I ui ''
    K l:.\ DIl al t. .". '01 .,1 Way.
    Florida intend- I
    uuh the Clerk ol the 1 lr
    , .. of Dndi County, Florida.
    Ml.-si. i.\ I1AST COMPAN V
    , ... ...' Way
    Ml) 1
    1 tWREXCE F KAIXB
    Attorney for Atipin ant
    firsl publication her
    sani, \> ill be Put red.
    Dated al Miami F""da,
    da) of January. A.D 1971.
    ski M< il'll WEISS
    As Administrator
    First publication of this 1..... "e
    th.- 5th day of February. 1971.
    TAI IAN' IFF BADBR
    Attorney for Admin.s.riitor
    126 1 in, op, Road
    Miami Beach, Floritu, ,
    Hi
    on

    IN THE COUNTV JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 71-269
    in RE' Bsl
    .'I'l.l \ I. BERLINER
    Deceased
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To Ml Creditors nnd All Persons H -
    Ing Claims 01 111 mauds 1 'aid
    You arc hei
    , ,1 ., demands
    which you "" .
    late of CEI I V 1 BERI I.VER rlc
    .... "n.
    1 Countv
    it file tin luplicnti
    llot
    Klntut
    ,, 1 'our hoiti 1' I" '" "''" ''
    , 1 from
    ..,.,.. 1
    ,,r or ': be I......'
    1.. 1 VI nil Fl.......
    ii:n ni v r> 1"7
    Nl vv HFttl INBR
    \ Iminl itor
    K ,.,,! lion ol
    i 1, .' ... .1 I 11
    lU'VI.'Y *< lllTl |V
    i-aior
    i Rulldlng
    Miami. Florida
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THI
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA
    CASE NO. 71-288
    NOTICE OF SUIT FOR
    ADOPTION
    IN RE: AI" 11''I I' N I >F
    LARKY JACK KELLKY
    BY: PAUL I* HOH"FF
    TO: LARRY CKRAtJ.) KELI-EA I
    . 0 Phillip Kelley
    MM South '. Street. Moumoutli,*
    YOU. I.VP.PY GERALD KF1.I.F.
    ore hereby notified thai u Petition I
    Adoption has been Bled In the ab
    ,.,,i,iied cause, and you are requ -
    ,..i i serve 11 op) of your Am r
    Pleading to the Petit!.....Ol Adopt
    IVI, ,,,, laintiii .- attorney, '">/'
    1 I, DAA'18 ESQ.. M Blscajni Bui
    ing. 19 W IV.cl.r Sir- t Mil ll
    p-loridn 3313 Phone: -".;
    file ill.....ign.al Answer ..1 Plead
    l ,i. office ol the <*lerkl the < -
    cull Couri .....r before the Uth d
    of February. 1971. it > '"> '" "
    iu.lgnn nt default will b<
    auahi'i y.ufor the rellel del
    0, ihe suit for adoption.
    THIS NOTICE shall he puldls
    a, ,t ... u tor four roll u'
    Florida thli day nl January. 1
    " e!'b I.EATHBRMAN Clerk
    1 .1.1111 Court
    1,:.,i.. County. I-"';' .'',,_
    B) .M.MP'.ICi'" <-. KENT
    Deput) 1 icrk
    (Circuit Ci in s,..'
    IN THF. COUNTY JUDGF'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 71-145
    In ItF.: Estate nf
    F VNNIB WILSON,
    "NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Creditors and All Persons llav-
    .-latms or Demands Against Bald
    l.-t''-
    You are hereby notified and requir-
    ,.,1 |o presi t any claims .,- .1 di mandf
    which ^"ii ma) hav< at alnsl Ihe
    of FANNIE WIUJOS, deceased
    int.- of Pad,- County, Florida, to the
    1 County iii'if of Pad,- County,
    file the .n It rtunlii at< and as pi
    vlded n Seel 733.11 K Stat-
    ,,. in their offices In the t ou
    Courthouse In Pad.- C .untj Florldi .
    m the
    ,,,,. ,.f th- flrsl publication hi n 1
    or ll same will ,,.,
    1 .1 ;,. Mian la. this nth
    f .1 .111,11 A P 1971.
    PACL WILSON
    \ \dmlnlstrator
    ........ ihi
    th. lanuai
    RAMl'EI R PE tRLM KN
    ( for Administrator
    |07 1 Rd '7 \ 1
    0, h. Fli rlda
    -
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NHTH B IS HBPEBY OIVBN thai
    the undersigned, desiring Io em Clalmi
    business under tie fictitious name of ; Ks,,
    CBCIL DlSCOT'NT STOBB al 34
    N w <7 \v.nue. Miami, Florida In-
    tends to register >'"' "]
    Oerk of the ClrcuH Court of Dade
    County, Florida. _______
    ZBCCA touai '
    DISTRIBCTORS, INC.
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    NOTICE OF ACTION
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No 71-316
    FRANK B. DOWLING
    ! RE Estate-of
    EA Y '' S'l'i INK
    '"" NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Creditors and All Per......
    ,N THE COUNTY JUDGES COUP-T-
    IN A.4D KOi* DAuE COUNTY.
    ' FLOKIDA-IN PKOBATE
    NO. 70 4343
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    Pi v Vdn
    |-iv-t publl
    he K.tl, day of .1, .
    ,.,,,,in. ROTHENB) IW k< "'AN
    KollXBLfM
    /.. v \> Kogan, l-.-i
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    1 Ave.
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    .a- Demands Against Said
    .,,-,. hi rehy notified and requir-
    , ,1 in pn sent sns cl ilms and demands
    wl 1. b von m n have against Ihe ej-
    r-.te of FAY STONE deceased late
    of Dade County, Florida, to the Coun-
    ty Judges of pad,- County, and n
    ,,,,. in dunllcate pnd ss pro-
    , s..-i..... 783 13. Florida Stnto-
    ;.".'. '',' ,h, ,- in the Cotmtv
    Courthouse In Hade County. Florida.
    . .,., month, from
    , |im.. of the fi'-' nuhll. at'nn In
    ,,r the sum.- will he bam
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IN 1 Mt t-m'UlT COUHT OF THa
    fcLtVENTH JUDICIAL CICUI-
    OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY. IN CHf.Nl.ER
    NO. 71-2047
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    DA AMD CBRNANCE,
    Clallititi.
    \l vllI.K..r; CBRNANCE
    To; h.i.i.i.m: CBRNANt E
    Uesiden. i nkiiouii v__
    You. MARLENB CEIIN
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DACE COUNTV,
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 71-179
    In RB E late of ___,
    SBEAL M. BERNSTEIN
    ''"'NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    r.. \u Creditors and All Persons H
    : ,', c,B|m, r Demands Against said
    '''vi'u'arc hereby notified and re.lin--
    ...1 ,Upreseni any claim, and demand.
    which yon may have ^"th/ Z'-
    ,ate of I8REAL M IH'.KNs I MV '"
    ,.,.,-d late of Pad.- County, M-m...
    to the Cnunty Judges of Dade County.
    andfile Se same In duplicate andI as
    ,.,-,,> 1.1,..I In Section .3.. !. r lor.o.i
    hereof, or th.- same w 1 '"' ':..-, ,
    Dated at Miami, "orld*. this MtB
    nav of January. AP. ml.
    ""' MMMI BE ACT I
    FIRST NATIONAL BANK
    ,.. s H I'll''"'!'-.- V'.-e President
    '" BBRNICBT. BPODY
    A Oo-Rxeeulors
    First publication of this notice on
    the ttn day of Jsn..arr. ';'
    SIMON. HAYS C.ltPNPNA Klto
    Attorneys for i->.>.-utor
    501 Alnsley llulldloir
    Miami. Florida 3313- J ..9 jyj.^j.tt
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY CIVIL ACTION
    NO. 71-1535
    SLIT FOR DIVORCE
    I.ris CAP"'.
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    2TJMI dS BARRIOS !'' CAPO h a
    /A\\\ !-.\ BARRIOS,
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    , 1 Zur.ilda Itatrios
    1 ,11,,. l-ali.-las
    San Juan y Martinez
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    V 1, 71 it vou fail to -
    default 1
    l,18l you tor ih- retlei
    -SnIa^R^ .w
    inorids this 87th da) of January A P.
    '";' E rt 1 BATHERAIAN, Clerk
    Deputy Clerk
    iCir.-uit 'ouri Seal 1
    s".\ll It A I OHICH
    -'iisTiU.KOS.1^ ALDRICH
    21 N E FIRST AVEN1 B
    MIAMI FK.IMI.A S8131
    Attorneys for plaintiff
    Pal.d t
    day of Jan
    HliS
    Miami Florida,
    anuarv v l> '""., ...
    IJOXEL I. TCI t\
    \- \dmlnistrntnr
    Flrl puhllcntl......' ''"- :":',"
    . -. ,\a\ of February, 1971
    1 11 ,\1'.I. 1. Tl'' iv
    ( for Vdn
    -Teet.
    Hollywood, Fla.
    notified that .- B
    foi 1 ilvon has
    ,-,.U, and you .....
    opj of \,-UI Ans"
    , .-
    II ol Co
    In n it '
    ,, ijulred
    r 01 l'i.
    1 ,

    I ,'e.l
    di manded
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    N |N AND FOR DADE COUNTV.
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 70-4675
    lnUE i:M"" fMBYBRTEPLITZZ
    1,. .
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    Creditors and Ml Persons IJnx-
    .,- or Demands Agalnsl sani
    :.;';:.::;:lv,r,;:',!::,
    file the same In duplicate and as nro-
    . Ml.,| ,,, section 7:::'. 16, Florida Stat-
    utes In their off.....s _.-. the ton
    Courthouse In Dade Cownty. Floi du.
    IX ai, ndar month, from the
    mm -I the rsl publication hereof,
    ",::v;..rT'i'",n':'!."--'/.<- w.
    any "f SJBRJTf. s "twl'itz
    \ \n, illai v Bxei utor
    Find nubllcatlon of this notl 1 01
    the Rth day of 1 Inn try, 1371.
    HOWARD H HIrWCH
    Mtomey for Ancillary Bxecutot
    Rdl lisl Btrei 1 Miami Beach
    Florida 33110 i-ll.lt-ts
    _- 111 h. 1 1 >
    ! plaint
    .,.' wo''.-i.r i.-n,.. Vi^..;.
    IS.' Florida and file the prig
    '" ., .- ,|- 1 Fl OIUOI -
    |.-i!!..;._ .ins 1st da) -1 rebru
    X '' i1'';. I EATMERMAN. Clerk
    1 icpul s '
    EXOBLA HALPfcRN
    \ w I nth A\ 1
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    NOTICE UNfbER
    ^TICEUNDER^UCTITIOUS
    NOTICF. IS HRKKHY OIVF-X that
    COMPANY OF AMBKICA at .M4
    N E 4th Avenue. Miami. FlorIda ln-
    &ft ftTBTSW Ss :i,lhDa-
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    \'i .TICK IS 11FI1KHV OfVBN that
    with the Clerk of be ilrcuit
    o "-^(vv;vM:-,''jA;-.:.ts..N
    HENRT NORTON
    Attorney for Anntlennl
    His.ayne Building, Mlamlj Fla._ _
    Court
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    ATTENTION
    ATTORNEYS!
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    olirits your legal noticasj
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    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COUHT OF TH- -_
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUI
    OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY.
    IN CHANCERY. No 71-2245
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    Al AVI .N t -1 v BR,
    Plaintiff.
    ROY ALFRED OLIVER,
    I let. ndant.
    th MR. ROY ALFRED OLIVER
    Z47 \\ st Dayton
    V'ellou Springs Road
    Fairborn, Ohio
    You. ROY ALFRED OI-IA BR,
    hi reb) notified that Hill ol C.
    plaint for Pi\.,i'.e has been fl
    against you, ami you are required
    verve a copy of your Answer
    Pleading to the Bill of Complaint
    th,- Plaintiff's attorney, POLLA"
    Vi (COM AND F v'l'H. 1706 .Vortliu
    7th Street, Miami. Florida and I
    the original Answer or Pleading
    the office of th.- Clerk of Ihe Clreu
    c. ml on or before the 18th day
    .Match 1971. If yOU fail t" do
    judgment by default WlU be la
    against vou for the relief demand
    in Ihe BIN of Complaint
    This notice shall be publish..! 01
    ea.li Seek for four consecutive we-
    in THF. JEWISH Fl I'KIPIAV
    DONE AND ORDERED at MIS
    Florida, this 3rd day Of Fcbrut
    A & H. l.KATHFIlMAN'. Clerk.
    Circuit Court. Pa.i.- County, Florin
    Bv: C P COPE1 .AND
    P. put) ''IcrU
    fCircuit Court Seal) ..,,,
    POLLACK. TOCOM AND PATH
    171111 VortliM.-st 7th Street
    Miami. Florida
    Attorneys for Plaintiff -,.,-.)fi..


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