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The Jewish Floridian
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Miami, Fla

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

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"dfewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 44 Number 7
Miami. Florida Friday. February 12, 1971
Two Sections Price 20c
Israel Proposes Face-to-Face Talks
I5\ Special Report
v I The ]
, | ptian k ad re hn\ be-
I m a i irlous c: ang in
to I
ius Middle East Iss lea via
, i c made to theii resnee-
livc arliaments, ratl
. onx''.' ing 'in it offers and i o in-
; loiii rs through Dr. Gunnai V.
Jarring, who was commissioned
! v the U.N, t'> ii!i diate thi dis-
| lie.
It was later reported that
Prime Minister (iuliln .Meir hid
l i :ii.i H Informed I>r. Jarring
d! the most reeent proposal a id
counterproposal betueou the two
imllnns
Mrs. Meir replied to President
Sadat's offer t" reopen the Suez
t'anal if Israeli forces would
speech to tl sday.
I is willi
" l r
e\
th othei oil ts m which
Ai abs ai I arshly
Ids." she said.
Mrs. Mi ir pi op ise I face-to-
: aci [si ai li discussions about
widening Cairo's bid and said
Israel i .ould lik.' to nego-
i nts which would
: tension along the canal
and enable c ivilians to live along
the waterway once more.
Egypt's President had called
the proposed partial withdrawal
"a first step in giving up all the
Arab territory they captured in
the l!>7 war." Mrs. Meir. how-
ever, saw this as an attempt to
achll X e R si Illlt :;i. id' mtl
without making any actual
progress toward pi-ace, and de-
clared thai lsr;n I will not pull
buck from the canal withoat a
peace agreement or al least a
mutual withdrawal pact.
"Israel is n a ly ... to give its
hand to opening the canal to
free International shipping of
all nations." Mrs. Meir said. "We
would even be willing to disc iss
proposals aimed at normalizing
civilian life in that area and a
mutual de-escalation of the mil-
itary confrontation.
"
; i e> imine
< wnli the pui |
iii \.. un< qu vo al a rie-
: nts cn a!l provisions" sh do-
idii the condit u
and times for mi, ilt-ment il ioi ."
In Cairo, an Egyptian govern-
ment spokesman called Mrs.
Meir's statement "a clear rejec-
tion ot the president's proposal.
"This statement reaffirms Is-
rael's insistence on Imposing its
condit ions on the Arabs." he
declared.
nt S
11
i the Suez Ca area,
obsi not a thii
t th : I
i i .-_.-] ii rnment and
ii Hilary officials
to be to direct c >nt its
(.1 any kind i xcepl foi
, ncounters and they ah
certainly do not want I-
ships sailing through r reop
(ana!. Thus tin prospect of Arab
acceptance of Mrs. Meir's offer
is not considi red bright.
Eban Says End To Time Periods
Is Necessary To Reduce Tension
News Briefs
By Special Report
JERUSALEM Foreign Min-
ister Abba Eban told a Wednes-
day news conference here that
"an end to time periods of the
, ise-fire extensions announced
by Egypt is necessary to reduce
Mi Idle East tension and pave
the way for progress in peace
talks."
Mr. Eban also told correspon-
dents fathered In the Israel cap-
ital that his nation h is formally
transmitted the content of Pre-
Retire Prior
To Term's End

Jews Wreck Party Headquarter*
MELBOURNE, Australia (WNSi Approximately 600 persons
man;, ol them bearing concentration camp numbers in then- >re-
arrm and some weai it iped irmer.ts similar to those once worn
by camp inmates wrecked the h -adquarters of Australia's neo-
Nazi organization Sund Ab len iratrators had massed
to protest to the police over a parnd I meeting scheduled by the
neo-Nazis In a nearby park The polict persuaded the neo-Nazis to
p istpone thi Ir program < I all 1 ut 50 I ol the demoi sti il
persed bi fore th< mi !i bi
Presidents' Conference Pieketed Premier Maj
NEW YORK (WNSi Fitly college and high schi I
mituv '. vita th
: Cot Soviet Jewry" picketed I
building containin I pnce "' Presid
Majoi Americ n Jev 0 itians Friday. They chargi
V liam A. Wi in of the Confcrei if President
the Ami renco by denying it
I the 1 required dsing and ch i was
"mon rested in thi | stl e o thi C i iferei ce ol Pre lents
th ;. In a stron Soviel Jewrj an obstructionist and i
;hted policy.
Mobil Yields To Boycott
NEW YORK iWNSi A spokesman for Mobil Oil Co.. one of
the nations largest ..il firms with major Middle East Interests,
conceded that the company has yielded to the Arab boycott ol
Israeli-made product, in Its Mideast operations. The spokesman said
the company bad been forced to take action because all tankers
entering Libyan ports are searched ami discovery of any products
made or grown iii Israel brings stiff fines to the owner of the ship
or its seizure by Libyan authorities. The spokesman said that the
policy applied only to Mobil operations In the Middle East and
added that it was a case of complying with Libyan demands or go-
ne; out oi business In that phase of its iterations.
Wiesenthal Has >axi*s Number
TEL AVIV (WNSi Simon Wiesenthal, the Nazi hunter, told
newsmen that he knows the exact whereabouts of notorious Ausch-
wlU "s lection doctor- Joseph M ngele and even has the numb'"- .1
the Panamanian i ..--; >rt Mi ngele is holding. He said his center was
concentrating on N izi Comn indei Ludwig Hahn. the man re-
sponsible foi the murder of manj Polish Jews in the Wa n
Ghetto. Hahn, Wiesenthal n p .rt d in Hamburg and m tin-
tains two villas. Wies nth I's i forwarded the pertinent
Information to West German authorities, but no steps tow
Halm's arrest have yet been token b> offici Is
Clergy Protests Election Bill
MEMPHIS, Ten,,. (WNSi A group ol Memphis Protestant
and Catholic clergymen have voiced opposition to a lull introduci
, ,..:, would change the states
mier Golds Meir's Tuesday ad-
dress to the Knesset to United
Nations special mediator nar Jarring.
He said there was complete
- ipport by the government for
Mrs. Meir's approval of separate
ta'ks on the opening of the S lez
Canal, coupled with a ivi ction
oi' a unilateral withdrawn! by
Israi I r ips from the canal as
mil.' I by the United Arab
Ri p iblic.
Mr. Eban also atressed Israel's
right to tr.e passage through
tin- Sue* t'anal. a point not
mentioned by Egypt's president
in his proposal t reopen the
u atei waj.
Despite th ncgativi -si undine
r from both sides, I'.S.
i thej wi n
I ncouraged" bj the
! r and Meir c >ui I
because

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House, a Methodist church and two Baptist churches.
JERUSALEM (JTAi Ac-
cording t" p rsist nl r im a s
here. Israel's Prune Minister
Golda Meir is considering re-
tirement I* tore her term of of-
fic is up in 1973 and Defi nse
Minister Moshe Dayan has pri-
vately agreed to continue serv-
ing in a government headed by
the current Finance Minister.
Pinhas Sapir.
The reports apparently stem
from indications that the 73-
year-old Premier is increasingly
fatigued by the burdens of of-
fice, although her health is still
said to be good. Her decision re-
portedly will be determined by
the progress of the Jarring talks
- if there is apparent danger of
a new war. she will serve out
her term, but she would prefer
to pass her mantle on to Sapir
so that he can gain experience
as Premier bef..... the next na-
tional ell .lions.
Should Mr. Sapir. 64, a native
Ol Poland who Settled in Pales-
tine in 1929, succeed Mrs. Meir.
the reins ol power will continue
to be held by the old generation
ol Labor Zionists fmm Eastern
Europe. He Is said to have
achieved an unassailable posi-
tion of influence and power with
the Labor Party leadership, but
many doubt that he could lead
the Party to an electoral victory
without prior experience as a
Pi mier
beyond the repetition of previ-
ously stated posit cms. American
Middle East specialists did not
interpret Mrs. Meir's remarks
as a firm rejection of the Sad il
proposal, but refrained from of-
ficial comment Ii si thej preju-
dice the position ol either side.
Washington is eagi r to havi
more spi cific details fr.ni b ith
sales, they said. Th< pri
t. ims ol the proposals an stiil
too uncertain lor the siat. De-
partment to i nt pul
Relative ca
Israi I's boi i ts, meanwhil
with the Pali it ti rrorists
facie- inci "lie pres-
in fi im the Le iesi ivern-
menl Strong Israeli
me.i- tins! Lebanon ha .
follov Palest
ian i ttack I from the
southern parl
sands Li
viliai s .i "' nded i i
ists.
Dr. Chloe Tal. of the Department oi Oncology. Hadas-
sah Hebrew University Medical Center in Ein Kamer,
Jerusalem has developed a new, simple test to make
the early diagnosis of cancer possible. Because of a
reduction in government and foundation medical re-
search grants, Hadassah has pledged to raise a mil-
lion dollars this year to be used exclusively for re-
search at the Medical Center. The Hadassah Medical
Organization hopes to attain this goal by June 8, in
time for the 10th Anniversary of the opening of the
Hadassah-Hebrew University Medical Center in Ein
Karem.


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rJknisti fh>rkiikiir
Romney Is NCCJ
Dinner Speaker
George Romney, Secretarj of l
the United States Department of
hloutilng and Urban Development,
vill be the featured speaker ;ii the
National Conference of Christiana
ml Jews' annual Brotherhood,
Dinner Thursday, Feb. is, at tli-,
Pontainebleau Hotel, Mauri.-.'
-".' re, the 1971 dinner chairman,
as announced.
Mr, Romney, the three-time gov-
rnor of Michigan, has been a
Igorous exponent and leader of
oluntary cooperative efforts for
nvolvlng private resources In thr
solution of public problems. As
Sovernor, he formed the State
turn in Resources Council to foster
n public-private partnership ap-
proach which mobilized thousands
nf citizens in voluntary service.
As a result ol leading a citizen
fo t call a constitution .1 con-
m in Mio i gan, Mr. Romn >
.. tej ublic in delegate
lo i'ii- com 'ntion his first run foi
i e fie In his x >
rnor fr in '- M R un-
,-> In to
p.hi- >d as a
rhts iction, tax
arm. a nev ititul
hy state
a strong
Civil Rights Com
> is created to prevent discrimina-
tion .11 all areas, Including hous-
ii!;. Landmark legislation was in-
acted in housing development, ten-
nits' rights, fair housing, labor
ind traffic safety; unprecedented
support was also given education
and mental health.
M Romnej h held p ait >-
iniza-
s including the \ > roi Tomor-
im Con mitt < the D troit Ti i le
v~- i '
, ,.',,.. |
thi rvtroit !' mi
and Project Hope.
At the NCCJ Brotherhood Din-
ner the Annual Silver Medallion
Brotherhood Awards will be be-
stowed upon the three outstand-
ing citizens of the throe major
faiths who have made significant
contributions to their community.
The honorees receiving the
Awards, are Rev. Edward T. Gra-
ham, pastor of the Mt. Zlon Bap-
tist Church and City of Miami
Commissioner; Charles H. Kell-
stadt, chairman of the board of
General Development Corpora-
tion and Milton Weiss, presi lent
ol Miami Beach Federal Savings &
Loan Association.
Haley Si fge. director of the Dade
County Department of Housing
and Urban L> v. lopment, has |
si lectcd to rect iv< a special award
at the Interfaith event also.
'i N -, ci>
lion
- -ho work \- I pro-
.! mi-
di rst 51
i an I raci

is the principal
Literary-Cultural Evening
For Hebrew Speaking Club
The Hebrew-speaking Ham tadon
H .: Club will presenl a literary
cultur it 8 ] m
Road. M
On the i I '' d'sc :"
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Dr. Herbert Bernstein
Foundation's Director
Dr. Herbert Bernstein, a former
resi lent of Philadelphia, has been
appointed Director of the Technion
College, mikI received his Ph.D. de-
gree from the Pennsylvania State
University. lie was a research
fellow at Princeton University,
and later taught at the Illinois In-
stitute of Technology, where he
I the rank of Ass
Alaska's Sen. Mike Gravel
Opening Session Speaker
: 1947, ] nsteii i rated
el nd joined the W< / n inn
<( Sc enee in R h '
C it. H eti tl b
i [950 -
D 'i if Re-
I Di
I .
- ehi mic d en-
Sinc i"' >, Dr. B< ,
' s sen i si insult I I
ndast nd in titut
' on. He hi s visited
'n ted St ites frequent ly in
the interest if Isi
industry.
Sen. Mike Gravel of Alaska, one
i of Israel's staunches! supporters In
the Congress, will address the 7:30
p.m. session at the Fontainebleau
Hotl I which will open the sixth an-
nual International Mid-Winter Con-
ference of the Israel Histadrut
Foundation Monday.
The Alaskan Democrat, who has
been in ihe forefront of Histadrut
red one i il
ib >r' clo est allies in
I; 8 n lie. will share horoirs with
I I [atzn i oi N w York.
Mr. Ksil tary

ill h th I n ite iki r
for ''' ipenins meeting, hi h i -
I o] loth
ic providing rese
;h Hist adrut c ml
in the I tne I..
Road Building, Miami Beach,
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Re~< arch and Development Foun-
dation. Alexander Goldberg, pres-
ident of Technion-Israel Institute
of Tcchnnloj^-, has announced.
The Foundation, a wholly owned
subsidiary of Technion. in Haifa,
Israel, administers all the spon-
sored research at Technion. Re-
search contracts valued at almost
$6 million are currently being car-
ried out by Technion scientists on
behalf of industry, foundations and
government agencies in Israel, the
United States and F.urope.
Dr. Bernstein, an organic chem-
ist, graduated from Swarthmore
JWV Brotherhood
Program Tuesday
Norman Bruce Brown Posl 174,
Jewish War Veterans, and its La-
lies Vuxil iy will snont or their
annual Brotherhood l i ogr im ;it
Pythian Hall, 16 '1 W. Flai l< r St
is the
il in us third annual Brother-
h.....I Posti r Conti st.
William Tut nor, a mi ml
(he Dadi Co rit) ird ol Edit -,i-
m, will I e the giu si spi aki i;
contest winners anil their teachers
v ill be their special guests. The
school Judged to have submitted
the best group of posters will be
presented a special trophy, and
the 25-member Miami Jackson
High School Chorus will provide
the musical entertainment under
the direction of Roger Speed.
Chairman of the Brotherhood
Program is the Post's Quarter-
master, Edwin I,, Feibelman; Mrs.
Mae Schreiber is Auxiliary presi-
dent, and Leonard S. Davis is Post
Commander.
The T< chni in Research and De-
ment Foundation is curr itlj
1 'l .il recruit ing research
contracts from medium size indus-
trial firms in America. Attesting
to the quality of Technion re-
search is ihe fact that the Aero-
nautical Engineering Department, I isi Organization .>f America,
for example, is still obtaining con-1
tracts from the U.S. Air Force. I William H. Sylk of Philadelphia,
although American policy now is national president of the Histadrut
to stop overseas research, 'Foundation, also will take part in
I rs of 'Il local branches
Farband and other units of the
Labor Zionist Movement have been
in ile 1 to join in the welcome to
Mr. Katzman, i former national
head of the P.iale Zion-Labor Zion-
SfNATOR MIKE GRAVEL
the Monday night meeting, ("'in-
ference cochairmen are Norman
J. Kasser of ('oral Gables and
Morris Lange of Cleveland.
Mr. Sylk, the Histadrut Founda-
tion president, has been a lifelong
Zionist leader and was one of the
handful of men who met with
David Ben-Gurion to assure hit
of tull support bj American Jcwr
iti the successful effort to estal
lish the State of Israel.
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Volume 44
Friday, February 12, 1971
Number 7
17 SHEVAT 5731
Bread Authority Given, But Unused
Although the Isrceli government is grateful for the
opportunity to make much-needed military purchases under
the Foreign Military Sales Act, the amount of credit sup-
port requested in the Administration's new budget is viewed
by many as inadequate and the credit terms stringent.
While this represents an improvement over previous
U.S. policy on arms for Israel, it should be remembered that
the last Congress, under which S500 million in military
credits was authorized, provided the authority for better
treatment in Section 501 of the Defense Procurement Act.
The measure, which carried a strong and decisive pol-
icy statement aimed at Moscow was approved by 87 Sena-
tors. This statement declared: "Any such sale, credit sale,
or guaranty shall be made on terms and conditions not
less favorable than those extended to other countries which
receive the same or similar types of aircraft and equip-
ment." Washington observers believe that the Adminis-
tration should have used the broad authority under De-
fense Procurement rather than the routine and more expen-
sive Foreign Military Sales Act.
Histadrut Program Is Vital
Attainment of S20 million in contributions by the Israel
Histadrut Foundation will be realized next week during the
organization's sixth annual international Mid-Winter Con-
ference in Miami Beach.
The participation of its first chairman, Ambassador
Arthur J. Goldberg, and other dignitaries will help give the
Foundation the recognition it has earned in Israel as well
as in the United States and Canada.
Histadrut's program of health, education and cultural
projects achieved worldwide attention. The Kupat Holim
medical network serves more than three fourths of Israel's
population. The Histadrut Amal technical high schools,
youth centers, Afro-Asian Institute and other facilities are
also vital factors in the growth of Israel.
As Histadrut concludes its Golden Jubilee celebration,
Israel looks to American and Canadian Jews for new di-
mensions of support through deferred giving to the Hista-
drut Foundation.
Departure From Precedent
The increasing demand by English-speaking youth
for study in Israel has been met by the decision of the He-
brew University to provide an academic curriculum in Eng-
lish (and Spanish, as well) for foreign students in their first
two years of study. With the American College in Jeru-
salem geared solely to the needs of such students proving
a success in its three years of existence, there are now
ample opportunities for serious young people to get their
education in Israel.
For the Hebrew University, center of the Hebrew lan-
guage for the past 50 years, the decision was a major de-
parture from precedent. It was made in the face of recom-
mendations that a separate foreign language university be
created to meet the increasing demand. Hebrew Univer-
sity officials wisely opposed this idea for it would have
cut off American, British, Canadian and South African
youth in particular from contact with Israelis. One thing is
made clear: there will be no relaxation of the high stand-
ards that have been set for faculty and students at Hebrew
University.
Issue Deserves Top Priority
The right of any person to leave any country, includ-
ing his own, deserves top priority at the forthcoming meet-
ing of the United Nations Commission on Human Rights. It
has been on the Commission's agenda since 1963 but has
been entangled in international red tape so that while its
substance has been approved by many nations including
the Soviet Union the requisite number of official ratifica-
tions to bring it into force is still lacking. Although we are
particularly concerned with the plight of Jews in Russia,
Iraq and other Arab states which deny their basic rights,
this is an issue which affects the future of all humanity.
MATTER OF FACT
by JOSEPH AISOP
WASHINGTON As ;> po-
litical strategist, Richard M.
Nixon is still being unden
by the majority of Di mocrats.
They show fiw si| ns, foi ii -
stance, ol pi re h
1972 el< ction i an b< affi i i>
governmental
President h is
now '
Pres-
Hoi
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which can now ; di
ui xV ul ted authoi Ity, ol
much-del ati Nixon stral
for the l'.'To election. It i
nal when the Presidi I
it his pro
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Comment
My first reaction to the story
in the .Miami News headlined
Just Saj 'Charge If at Ti mple
was ;i mixture of anger and in-
credulity featuring this on
page 1 of a metropolitan news-
paper gave ii>'- to a number of
thcughts, not the least of which
w; s that, consciously or not.
the lead sentence. "Now you can
charge religion" (mine), con-
fl.med to the non-Jewish com-
munity the age-old libel of the
Jew's emphasis on monev above
aH else.
For some reason. I reached
hack in memory and said to my-
self. "Oh. pshaw'"
THIS MIGHT have covered it
all, and still may )> the best w iy
to handle it except for the fact
that I have just finished read-
in [ the transcript of a lecture
Rahhi Irving Greenberg had
given in Miami la- I No\ imber
on what he titled "The R
Decline and ? ol th Syna-
ue."
I was in Israel when ho spoke
here and i was anxious I i :
uhai this brilliant Ortho l i\
spokesman had to say. l esti-
mate thi re ire close to 2000 I
words In the transcript and not
on<> of them views money as
problem confronting the syna-
gogue today.
ALTHOUGH the Miami News
story claimed the idea of charg-
ing membership dues, Bar Mitz-
vah and Confirmation
through two credit card
is 'in original on < with a
Cpa i who else?) connected with
Temple Xion, a closer check of
sources wonH have revealed
thai fne N -w York Times (whos i
se vice the News buys, incident-
ally) had published i story sev-
eral month'; ago which told of
credit card arrange ments made
by churches (noI synagogues In
the Far West.
by EDWARD COHEN
' '. School lii ctor
of the Comm Syn i-
Administration for the
L'ni ni ol American Hebrew Con-
itions, had writti n about it
previously in ins wceklj column
in the Jewish Post A Opinion.
It didn't even deserve page 1
status for originality, mi.re it
wasn't.
THE notion that the Amer-
ican synagogue !s like any other
commodity the Jew purchases
is, of course, one of the reasons
for its financial difficulties to-
day as it has been dui ing ev-
ery period of economic slump
Obviously, as costs rise for ev-
ery item in the budget, tl
comes a time wh thing
musl be cut out or rut down md
the synagogue historical); is
of the luxuries elim nate I N it
the trip to Israe .. or
thtl r :;::;
un s we w irship
I lo it that the err lit
will be vei
' 'i the lyn m v
pie prefer to d
their pledges direcl n
no syi le has yet
: this i- n lea fo ,\
in-
st as do the b inks
n:w PEOPLE hive a I,-
enough line of credit to
for even i modi si B ,, \|,,,._
van parts- these days \,i i
a hunch thai while the
bank collectors wi'l ha\ >
ble in making the syi
creditor nay up, they will
themselves so ent ineled ii |
h oroblems ..- ,
of the business, 18<* ,,.
The News' reporter unc
Bcioiisly I believe, out his | ,
on the problem when he v
nawuea chara a y
memhershin fee unlike Catholic
'"! rotestanl chirches th I
Pend on voluntary contributions
to me t their expi ns.
IN REALITY, the Christia
churchi gel their major bu|
port from members who pledg
nnu >i sum and in this m
. .- simil.i
to the vearly dm s requested by
synagogues. The difference
most ol our s> nagogues,
spite their denials, have set such
a high i rice on membership that
they can cater only to the it I t
card crowd or face bankruptcy,
LESt tiut statement b.
misunderstood, let me explain:
The >'. must have an
bers an i money if it is to s ir-
bul gimmickry and the fur-
dehumanlzat'.on of our re-
ligion thai i credit card svs-
: lies ear only hasten the
in institution which
is i n ad> ,n sad condition.
I tome of our
uu
ii lentral insl
fudais no) the i
II it pays th.
in ithei ye u or i i
AT FIRST i m,
Rabbi C.rei ecture at th<
'I the report and n
1 on It; but in checking
I ir i ot it. ms I
,",:'"1 vouW have been ai
e to I ike from e ml n
that which should be read as .
whole,
I WOUld be happy to make
ile at .Si in e ich
1'' w >rds, a real ba gain;
' charge It, please) ii yoi
1 drop me a note at ti.
Jew in Floi idlan. The contrast
1 his ideas of the lynag igue
with th it of the commercinliz-
''HI never make Page 1 of
"'"' local newspapers her
- 'dlj it irivea an image of the
' th it doesn't square with the
story of Shy]


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NEW YORK So the level haa escalated, and what si irted
as ;i set of trials (Lt. William Calley and others) for the My Lai
nassacre has become a debate about the war guilt of the top
Amei can generals, Cabinet iffic i, even Presidents
mi whcri Callej sat, on trial at Ft. Benning, Ga., this
v Iream break for it gol a lot of the heat ofl him
tiis -i defensi "ri the ground of "sup i orders."
I it from where the rest of us sit, I wonder how us< whole
: i\t S( epl as ,i mor il purgat i\ e.
\\ ey trial still on, ii would b wrong I i
nent on his guilt 01 innocence. Calley has given part of his
ind to several correspondents, emphasizin the
ry-Rtn aspects of it, but he h yet to comp I it
troom.
\- i M; Lai itself, nside from Calley, millions of words
itten s me of mj own among them In i
si >n from what happened there. Whatever the judicial outcome,
Mj Lai will remain a shattering historical episode, an ugly scar
ai ross Ami can conscience. It will take a long time before
some o\ i it, and it will never be wholly expunged.
.
AT NUREMBERG, where the high Nazi officials were tried
b; an Allied court, they pleaded that they were only carrying
11 ii what Hitlci had commanded thorn to do.
Albert Specr, who is today enjoying a curious and profitable
g orification for his memoirs, took a different tack. The sub-
o dinates in the field, he said, did have to carry out their orders,
l'it the top leaders had to accepl "co-responsibility" wtih Hitler.
It is ironic to sei the d tctrine of superior orders cropping up
;i ;.iin. in the current phase of the My Lai public deh te aft t
Miicd judges had rejected it .it Nuremberg.
l: his i Nurcmbci < and Vieti and in an inter-
ew on the Dick t ett show, Telford Taylor formerlj Amer.
tn prosecutor at Nuremberg, now law professor at Columbia
id Yale has sa thit by the legal logic of Nuremberg, and
the J Is, 11t v- eri I at the
if 1 ci '!' it "Con-
tii therns l\ -n pa I on sked
t tin
tary's answer, 1 suspect, will be that a com-
Iready invest ig ite I the issue
rs and responsibilities, up and down. The trouble with the
- Commission report, as anyone trying to comment on it
found out, is that so much ol the evidence and findings were
classified as it hod to be, while the Calley trial and others
were still pending. At some point the Poors Commission and tlio
Army secretary will owe the nation a lull accounting, with no
one spared.
5 M-DJC Lectures
On Foreign Policy
Friday, February 12. 1971
-'
AT THIS I'OIXT you have to di deeper into the nature of
war itself and the problem of historic responsibility.
Wnen Walter Uppmann wrote a few weeks ago that the
\ ietnamese war had bei n a blundi r and that President Nixon
v mid do well to repair the blunder by rapid withdrawal, some of
his critics objected that this view ignored the immorality of the
war from the start. They saw it. in brief, not as a blunder but as
[me.
Bj that logic, everything 3ince the start of America's inter,
vention lias been a crime, and those involved have been criminals.
This would certainly resolve the issue of Calley and others, high
ami low, for when everyone L- guilty it follows that no one is
glliltiei than the rest.
My own view is that the deep involvement was in fact a
blunder but that the moral or immoral aspects of the war can't
be assessed sweepingly. All war is immoral. In the Vietnam
C se, a Super Power like the United States, with the Super
Power's military technology, cannot fight a war against guer-
rillas, wh. re civilians and combatants are intermingled, with
clean hands.
No Western power French, Dutch. British has done it
without incurring guilt, and the United States is no exception.
Once we admit thLs larger evil, we con insist on a policy of care-
ful discipline inside the Army so that the inevitable crazy-hot
Ci uelty of war doesn't turn into cole", atrocities.
The Vietnamese war, I suspect, will have neither victors nor
\ nquished. When and if it ends, it will end as a standoff.
1 ie question then will be not who will put whom on trial but
how to prevent a recurrence.
i;t I am. this teems I i mi separate from the broad-si is-
of war guilt." iii both the German and Japanese cases it
oi at the end of the war who sal in judgment on
inquished. The vanquished did not sit in judgment on them-
I iii. victor-. For history, whether we like it or not,
is alv. aj rit ti n bj the sun \\
"The Middle East Conflict: I- a
Peaceful Settlement Possible?"
featuring Dr. Donald Michels
th. M-DJC South Faculty, is the
topic for the first in a serl
five lecturer to begin Thursday,
Feb. is. .,! Miami-Dade Junior
College, North Campus, sponsored
' 5 soring Committee.
Tar Committee, cstal I '-
Statutes
two
Sen. Myers Chairman
Of Intern Committee
b> the
Sei \ ii.'-.
s, Senator Kenneth M. My-
,.r. iD-Miami' and S itor Fred
Kar] (D-Daytona Beachi have been
amcd by Senate President Jerrj
s, to serve as the Senates
on the Legislative
The series is based on the
I1 'cisions Program formulated bj
the Foreign Policj Ass icii Ii in I
New Yoi k tnd c i din it' d by 1<-
rael Kolemnick, who I bcei
a ith thi N w York Cit
Scho il Sj sti ml
(ither leetur. >.- are men > ol
M Dad North : icultj v
Th y 1 S nley Duttenhol
m b se topii w ill be "M in and His
Environment: What Price
vsl?" v irch I; March 18, r
Hartzell s
China I th L'.S Cai '' '
in Pe ice'" I
April 1 led ire entit! I D
1 >p p.' m ind i irel n P il-
icy: How Responsive Is Our Sys-
tem?" ani John Aii issing
"National Priorities and World
Peace; What Direction for the
U.S. in thi 70's?" April 22.
.,1 the S
ol the Hous' and
Its


lit to
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The meetings are open to th
i public without charge. All si -
will begin at 7:30 p.m. in Room
2147 of the Wolfson Learning Re-
sources Center on North Campus
Following each lecture, there will
be an opportunity for questions
and discussion.
:i fellowship
month pud by
Sine hi t isks
Myers Named To La*
Revision Commission
Jerry Thomas, president of the
Florida State Senate, ha named
I >ade's Sen. Kenneth M. Mj
f.ll the vacancy on tl I
!..v. Rc\ isii'.I ssioi
v. I,, n Sen. Law ton Chiles res
: I";- eleel ion to lb
Si nate.
The other Senati
the (lommiss ion, v. hieh oxai
Florida laws annu ilto u d i
mi mis such chai
tions as it deems appro] riati to
i i laws of the state into
my with modern cond ti
oi eliminate inadequate or in.quit-
able rules, is Sen. David McClain,
Tampa Republican
SINATOR KfNWfTH M. MYlKi
ii sently I
Ii ti rns assigned to \ arious
nmittees In the Housi
I s n iti The next cl i&s of in-
September. 1971
,nd in ly recruit
the p isil ons," Sen Myi i
,sho i> ilso eh i.rni.m of the Si i
ate Health, Wi Ifare and [nstitu-
Committee and a member ol
the Si nate Ways and Means C
mitti e, ex| aim I
Spring Adult Education
Series To Begin Feb. 15
T.n ; spring adult edu-
,i B M ill L'.'t under W8
n. with a lee tun
int.- n i- limil iges to the Jewu
1 in 1971," by Arthu
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who may h terested
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the Ii
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ah issee a !d
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Iji willin : extend the I i
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yi r because the numb !
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a : by discussion in
tl opening session; Cantoi
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.'{ Prominent Scholars To Participate In Meetings
Three <>f the country's leadinj
Jewish scholars have arrived li
the Greater Miami ana to tak.
IRVING COWAN
I 11 |.|o
i ; The
Seminar} i
A !! culminal
i \. : in -
ritul on's 12th an
, i ication i i
v.i-kl. Mi
B, h rl dinner al the D
Ho .1 lollywood.
'iin p are Dr. Louis l-
stein, ehanei llor ol rhe Ji w :.-:
cii. Seminary who is i
idenl oi its Faculties and Solo-
mon Sohechter Professor of T i
ology; Dr. Max Arzt, vice-chan-
cellor "i the Sominary, who i~
Israel Goldstein Professor of Prac
Heal Theology, and Dr. Bernard
Mandelbaum. presidenl of the Sem-
inary, who is professor of Homi-
letics and associate professor ol
Midrash.
The three men wiU meet here
with Jewish leaders from around
iiii country to discuss the pro-
Tarns of scholarship, rabbinical
rod teacher trainin and
logue and community service at
the Jewish Theological Seminary
of America, the acad< mic and spir-
itual center of the Conservative
blanch of Judaism
The Seminary, now in its 84th
year, with a main school in New
i'ork, and schools in Los Angeles,
Calif., and Jerusali m, Israel, ''du-
al, s and prepares young men for
v i \ ice as cantors and rabbis; l>oth
men and worn n for careers as
ti achers in synagogue schools or
careers in musicology, and trains
oung men and women to be
oath leaders ai I J< wish com-
al workcis.
Two S< nth Floi idians who an
im .-it in both civic and Jew-
ish affairs, will be the recipients
i the Seminary's 1971 National
Community S rvice Award. Irving
in, pr< sidi nl ol Ihe Diplomat
1 lot Club, and Col.
Greet a an < n t.) ex -cutive
of ( ijus Ind
rill I- r i. d ai the S
the
ind the
ol the Jewish tra-
lition '. hi
Is."
--'.
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i during
ii .-'''. i nit r. Mr.
IP p....
public ol South Kon a, Is a mem-
m r ol thi Florida Hea Ith Ad
Council and ol the Found, is' c'i ib
'
Garth Reeves Will
Introduce Beth Am
Forum's Speaker
th Reevi ed tot ol I
TI m s, will present thi i t
'- |e ider, Bat ird Rust
it d K) p.m. as the so\
1 Forum Series of 1
"'. Ih Ami opens In the II I
South l >ade sj nagogue, 595(
nd ill Dr.
Mr. Rustin, who has organize*
a coalition of Black American
supi orl of the State of Israel's
for peaceful settlement of thi
Middle East cn.sis, will speak on
the I ed for a now alliance of lib
oral-minded Americans. The most
prominent Black to speak out in
opposition to the Soviet Union's
treatment of its estimated .l.ooo.ooo
Jews, he has also -worked closel)
with American Jewish loaders in a
numb- r of human rights endeavors
Seats for the series are stil'
available with special prices for
students. They m i> be secured a'
the Temple office or from any
members of the Beth Am commit-
tee headed by Gerald Schwartz
I>r. Leonard Lewis and Col. Ar
thur Conn.
Dr. Hvbert Baumgard. rabbi o'
Beth Am for 13 years, has workeo
closely with the committee in se
cioing an outstanding group o'
speakers. Other participants wil
include Albert Vorspan, March 7
and Dr. Edward H Flanncrv
April 15.
A program of Israeli entertain
ment May 9, in eelcbration of
Israel's 23rd anniversary of inde
pondonce. .vdl round out the For
um series.
Oneg-Shabbot
Sponsored by Friends of
SUVAN & MARILYN SIMON
At Temple Beth David, Feb. 12th
Honoring their 25th Anniversary.
Won't you join OS.
COl. ERV/N GRltNBAUM
pital. .v '
I'' r i I the t" s. Aim;
-. < 'ol. ,
i; on Mi.' board ol
i loll} ". ood, a fi How
a \e in lhi N I
Chri and .i ws.
The Convocation
:
iu-EI will be marked by an
lc proc ssion of scl
i' pn senting some of the country's
principal ci nti rs of higher li arn-
ing, The processional will also in-
clude clergymen representing thi
Jewish, Catholic and Protestant
faiths.
Rabbi David Woll Silverman,
lirector ol Special Education will
Iclivcr the Convocation's 12th an-
nual Samuel Friedland Lecture
His subject will be "Prophecy and
Pn -i Cognition; Our Know li
the Future."
Mr. Friedland, who has
sored the lectures from their start
in 1959, is on< of this area's I
ini; philanthropists and business-
and a long time member ol
the Seminary's board of directors.
The convocation Will be marked
jso by the pn sentation of the
Seminary's Herbert II. I.
1 ihies Award. The Si minary't
[ mal Communitj :-
! w ill be pres< nti d
1 lipl imal Hotel.
Mr. pin. D Artz
Dr. have
in both the aeadi mie
I the
iid il
vocati i
He wil I it
hj I it At :l and
Mandi Ibaum.
IJVlh Am Changes
Breakfast Formal
l! irold M ilin, presidenl ol Ti
pli B 'ii Ain's Broth ai -
nounces a departure from the us-
ual formal ol the i lion
Brei kfast which will take pi ice ot
Sundaj. Feb. 21, in the Social Hal
beginning at 9:30 a.m.
instead of one speakei. Ti
Beth Am's vt rsion of a David So-
kind type .! fontm will be p
senti d Thi particip mts, stu lent
a the lni\ ersitj i if Mian
rig coursi i in 1
The mo lerat ill be B irto
Udell, pr 'i (he
The subji Ci h ill be, 'A
University Si \ -
yidii
student s to sent their \
ts and then open th -
id questi ii I
in ex impli ...
listen, to debate nd I
the '.. of t iui
n." s d Mr. Ma n
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Monday, Tuesday Sessions Free As
Histadrut Conference Opens Here
Monday evening and Tuesday
afternoon sessions of the sixth
annual international Mid-Winter
Ambassador Goldberg
To Receive $20,000,000
Foundation Award
JACOB RlfKIN
Conference of the Israel Histadrut
Foundation will lie free and open
to the public, according to con-
clave co-chairmen Norman J
Kasser and Morns Lange.
Reservations will be required,
however, for the two meetings
which will bring top American and
Israeli officials before anticipated
cord crowds at the Fontaine-
blcau Hotel.
Reservations may be made by
telephoning 5SH-1281 or 538-S101.
or In person at Histadrut t'on-
f rente Headquarters, Suite 214.
One Lincoln Road Building.
There are seats available, also,
for Wednesday night's gala awards
'MUKiuet at which former Supreme
3ourt Justice Arthur J. Goldberg
vill be guest of honor and prtnci-
ial speaker.
Monday's inaugural session,
la tod for 7:30 p.m.. will feature
keynote address by Jacob Katz-
,;,' world-renowned leader ol
l. Labor Zionist Movement ant
ecretary general of Farband.
is Sea. Mike Gravel f
Alaska. champions, also will speak at
the Monday meeting;- William il.
Sylk ot Philadelphia, president
of the Israel Histadrut Founda-
tion, will be on hand lr all
sessions.
Tuesday's seminar, scheduled for
2 ..!i p.m. at the Fontainebleau,
will be the annual session on per-
sonal financial planning and Is-
rael's economic future.
Dr. Sol stein of New York.
noted radio commentator and
newspaper columnist, will describe
details of the now Histadrut
Foundation Annuity Trust, a type
ol deferred giving which provides
maximum return fur contributors.
Ambassador Rohavoam Amir,
Israels Consul General hi New
| York, will share the s|>otlight at
the forum.
NORMAN J. KASStR
.Indue Herbert S. Shapiro ol
Miami Beach, legal counsel tor
the Histadrut Foundation In
Florida and chairman <>t the
Ii.mI committee ot the Israel
Histadrut Council of South
Florida, will preside at the Tues-
day seminar. Refreshments will
be served following both the
Monday and Tuesday meetings.
Judge Shapiro is a vice president
of the Greater Miami Hebrew
Academy, an officer of Temple
Eiranu-EI, former president of the
South Florida Chapter of the
American Friends of the Hebrew
University and a former assistant
State attorney for Dado County.
The Wednesday night dinner
will feature the presentation ot
the highly coveted S20 million
Israel Histadrut Foundation
Award to Ambassador Goldl>erc.
A member of the Cabinet of
tin- late President John F. Ken-
nedy, ho was appointed to the
United States Supreme Court and
rapidly became one of the nation's
most respected jurists.
He resigned his lifetime i>ost to
accept President Lyndon Johnson's
appointment as United Stales
Ambassador to the United Nations.
Ambassador Goldberg served the
UN and the United States well in
his three-year tenure, but never
was his status as a top-flight diplo-
mat more in evidence then during
the Six-Day War of June. 1967.
It was the firm stand of Am-
bassador Goldberg that brought
world attention to the fact that
Arab nations had opened hos-
tilities with their blockade of Is-
raeli ports and their open moves
against Israeli borders.
.lustice (.old I"-ix has hud a
JUDGE HERBERT J. SHAPIRO
loni; history Ol support tor ls-
' rael and Histadrut. Last year In
j was the national chairman ol
| the j of Histadrut ill Israel.
He was the first national chail
man of the Israel Histadm
! Foundation, and it is fitting 'ha
I he bo honored as the organiz itio
I achieves the S20.000.000 mark 1
! endowments and donations.
Dr. Leon Kronish, rabbi of
Miami DlSWlh'n Temple Beth
Sholoui. now servos as national
chairman ot the hoard of thi
Histadrut Foundation.
It was his Vision, together wil
that of Ambassador Goldberg, Dr.
Stem and Mr. Sylk, which has
enabled the Histadrut Foundation
tu grow into the vital now an
of aid to Israel il is today.
Jacob Rifkin, chairman of th
conference planning committee
Dr. Michael Sossm. president of
the Israel Histadrut Council 0
South Florida; Samuel Fcinsteit
board chairman; Morris Ncwmarl
treasurer; and Moo Levin, Labn
Zionist division chairman, hav
worked closeb with Mr. Kassc
and Mr. Lange in organizing th
conclave. '" Ad*.


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Dr. Leon Kronish To
Begin Second Term
Leon Kronish, r tbbi of Mi-
nn-.. Be h's Temph B -th Sholom,
. second one
man f the
i the la I Hist idrut Foun-
,; ti ] d n in : W dm sd ly night's
of the organiza-
t n's Mid-Wintei C inference.
More than 1.0C0 d I -gates from
throughout the Ui : s. Can-
ada, Latin A md Israel will
take part in th .'e at the
Fontainebie iu I!"'- I, a< r lin
president William H. Syik of
Philadelphia.
Am'' \i" i:- .1 C, >'.!'.*: -
who first national chair-
man of the Histadrut Foundation,
will receive a special honor, the
$20 million Israel H idrat Foun-
dation aws R ibbi Kronish.
The award will m ..'-. the attain-
ment bj th ti in of $20,-
( in c mtribi tions ind en-
( ..... in the in >> ars sine
i tablishment r thi le I-
ership o! Just I I lei I >r Sol
Stein, Dr. Kronish and Mr. S
Th Foundation supports the
long-range m dical, educational
i ulltur tl, welfare I rel
programs of Israel in Histadrut,
It is oi 'most successful
i I gh ing in thi
Ami '
pvis l by the New York
si n& !-. lep rtment.
, g, t a 2 p.n
Tu ninar on personal fi-
nancial planning and Israel's ec >-
Also scheduled to
55 the symposium i< Israel's
\ ssador Rehaveam Amir, rank-
nsul oi his country in the
Unite I St I -
Dr. Stein, executive vice |
Found ition, also is
natii l x utive director ol tin
[si rul Campaign and of
the Nation Committee for L ib >r
'. \ ii momist, he has
served Zionist c luses in Europe and
the Ui iti I States for the past 30
years.
During his 10 years at the helm
of th Histadrut, the organiza-
tion has mobilized i:1 excess of
I' millio : for Israel, of which
the Foufri 'tion has provided near-
| ly one-third.
Ral K .i -r who als i serves
is honorarj chairman of the Is-
I [is C mcll of S uth
Florid s irki d with N nan
.1. K lssi and Morris Lange in
ng an international com-
I mittee of hosts for the 6:30 p.m.
\v Inesdaj awards banquet.
Dr. Kr >nUh !< an honorary fel-
Hi brew University of
Ji rus tlem, a national vie c laii
if Is Bonds, nati inal vice
pn si i 'nl >' lhe Americ in
ind lutgoing pi
i tion of the
in College-Jewish In-
51 itut Reli [ion.
Askew Honorary Chairman
Go\. Reubin Askew has a
ed the honorary chairmanship of
the Sen. George L. Hollahan Ap-
preciation Dinner Committee. The
dinner, to be held Feb. 22 at the
Coral Gables Country Club, will
honor Sen. Hollahan for his 15
years of servici to the people of
Florida, and will featu
' Comptroller Fred O Did
Jr., as gut si speaker and WTVJ-
r\ 's Ralph Renii k as emcee.
Pressler Lodge Guest
Don Press!, r, Grand Chan
of the S'ate of Flori la, will be the
honored guest at Monday's 7:30
p.m. m i ting of thi' Gcorgi I
v in Lodge, Knights I Pyth '
thi Surfside C< mmunity C nti i
Chancellor Coi lei Richard
.' --'.man will pi IS tht
at Pythias Fi
k.
At the Crystal House cocktail party held on behaM of the
1S71 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emerqency Fund cam-
paign recently, a capacity attendance of Crystal House
residents responded by doubling their 1970 contributions.
Max Mitchell, (left) served as cochairman; Mrs. Zelda Thau,
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Harris was also a cochairman, and Myron J. Brodie, 'right)
is associate executive director of the Greater Miami Jewish
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\ CJA-IEF Campaign Activities Gaining Momentum
I
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a & a
Cuban-Hebrew Committee
The Cuban-Hebre v
w;:l ho'rt its i nili Bl
c on behalf of th
nltti ''
gala dinner
1971 Com-
JACOB BARMORl
I Jewish Appeal and Is
> Fund camps n Sun-
i F< b. 21, at Ihe Deauville H >-
Dr George Fi Id n ki .- c i tlr-
i ie Cuban-H br > I JA-
i oi ritt< i eportc I
i .-, iii Ba
n t \! Lsrai to th
1 N it ons, will

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si rvi :
/ of Isi
A rasi ; '"'
I'casjo
.md the Midv csl in 196 I ii' was
inter named Deputj Director of
the Latin nt of the Min-
istry of F s and has
bi en i Tving in his p*i v nt pot ti in
\\ itii the United \' lions .... 1969
Dr. Feldenki Is ilso .....unced
the app lint neni ol the Cuban-
II brew CJA-IEF C immittee. 11
includes Solom n Kli In, M itaos
Levin, Rabbi Nissim Maya, Rabbi
Dov Rozencv A iron Yuken and
Abraham ZacroLsky, honorary
chairmen; Alberto Bchar, Samuel
Galfond, Natalio Kaller and En-
rique Kalusin honorary vice chair-
men; Dr. Isaac Eeozi, J icobo Matz,
N'aum Rozen and Isaac Silbcrberg
cochairmen; David Egozi, dinner
chairman; Fanny Dascal. M ireno
Habil ; nd Da> id Kroi fi Id, vice
men.
Campaign director is Saul Pun-
dik; >.Ice campa ';<'' ns are
Charles II 'isler, 3 iim< Mitrani ind
Dr P iblo T ichmi s. Se m tary is
; 'i Berna: do B s: vice secre-
taries are Rafael Kravec, Alberto
Osin and Saul Sreb!
Chairman [nit I Gift* Her
man Hi isli h '. i "men are
Miguel Braz J :k Chester
("harles I>a .. Mirris Salk and
Bon jar Ti lers Kn
: i h .; :"'' I c1 Al-
: i i i
I S 'nd -'
W and I \> k arc
e
' itee in-
cl'ides Haim '' i- el Bich i-
chi. .1 tci b i Bi Salvad >r
Binun. Moises sky, Vntoni i
Dascal, Luis Ecozi, Sholem Epel-
baum, Vbi a! nFs h Mas < !ar i/i.
: irris i limelstein, r
.in i, i. / S cl Maiman, Ra-
Matz nucl P ip B
Peljn' i : .!'.' i S 'n
! : Rosen, Si lii u Chaim
Grinberg, Henrj Kaufman, Philip
mar, M \ er K i
David Salver. Si Shaft?] Noel
Shapiro. Wolf Sz II \ ch, Hilel
Tvnen. Salomon Terner, David
Topp, Bi n i mln V J lime Wen-
guer. Dr. Oscar White and Solo-
mon Yukon.
100 Lincoln Road Breakfast
The resi I if U 0 Lii
Road will hold their annu '. i
Jew -i. A l-Israel E
ei cy Fund mpaign
m tin; on : F il 28 in
the buiklin lul i
11 i 'ohen 5amuel
i 5Coc coord in itor for the 101
I incoln Road CJA-IEF c im] li
announced. Richard Essen, a prom-
inent local at' i '"". and :
Assistant Si ite Attorney, will be
guest speaker at the event. Ida
Cooper, Frances Ehrlich, N it
Friedman, Moo Reiffen, Nat Sachs
and Fannie Schner are servi
co-chairmen.
I' i nmitti o members include
Max Abramson, Mrs, Eva Bachs,
Mrs Anne Ct'ntor, Mrs. B u ba: i
("i hen, I-il >r C ihen, Herman Der-
mer, Na! Di in on I ick Fleish-
man, Mi i illie Fri '. n in, Jo -
Greenherg, Mrs, Morris I. Hpchli r, Mi Rose Hoch-
stim. Mrs. Fay Hoffman, Charles
Kacher, Samuel Kan oik. Arthur
Kukoff, Mrs Anne Levy and Mor-
. is Lightman.
,\ i, v i\e Marti ml
les R ttn
Fain Reich, M -
- I;
h Mr. & v i oi
: a I 3 I Mi I
i is Schneider, Mi I >
iwnrtz, Mrs Le S
j J >vel. Mrs. Louis 8
,n i, ,' .ence Shuman, Mr I
5 e i M is Silver, Harry Si
A!: Lill in Simpson. Mi & Irs.
N ih Softer, Morris pi !
'' Anne Trachtei berg, L
Will i I Mrs. Lillian W i
David Pinski Oneg Shabbrs
i he "Oik s, Shabbos" ol
if- id Pinski Club Frid i> it 8 p.m
[da F her J ir or > ligh
I : Drexel A
M> ni FV ich, w111 feature L. L
.....-1. Hillel and S
in ,; Hi i Z ich r md
Lang accompanied
by itarist Fr nk SI n
ms ol Yiddish and Hcli
50T1 S
So much to see, so much
to do in Israel...GO!
Temple Israel Gala
Mr. I Mr*. Jerome 1 K pn i
psts ol honor at
cle Is la Combined Jew sh
Emergenoj Fund
dinner. S mdav, Fob 21, in the
templi Wolfson Au Utorium, m--
ird ng to an announcement d
j M irt 'i Fii and Kenneth Treis-
irn : 'I tiio event.
"A record attendance is ex-
pect! d and we anticipate that the
meml '.. ol Temple Israel will re-
Bertha Pun :';. is chairm in of
''... Women's Committee, including sp0nd to the 1971 CJA-IEF cam-
Victoria Adouth, Eva Baisman, |)aign with c ntributions
Raquel Gers ir J i ;. > Kapl in, Z ila
l. \ in, Sofia S Re-
Terne'. Zi il i Koz ilczik in
Zoila Zacr isky.
Coot din it i
Ian,
RABBI lOHfX :. C/PIAN
At Kennedy House Leadership
- S nd -r M. Kap-
Breakfasl
Ki
I Jewish

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\. i ..'
paigi
Mr. Ei ton's c mi-
Members of
ttee Includ Bi n Abbott, Mrs.
Hi rili.i Abrahamson, Rudolph Ad-
.. r. Mrs. Estelle lax Bar-
, li. San Bon.st. in. David Brady,
Mrs. Claire Casten, Nathan Cohen,
Mrs. .loan Feinstein, Irving Ger-
- in, Mrs. Rosalee G il in, Mr. and
Mrs, Alfred Golden, Mrs. Eve G man, Mrs. M ill e l Si undm in, Na-
i. n, M Ethel L
Benjamin LeNob'.e, I
i ichtman, Lot Pankej B '
Max Roa n M x
SI ,,: fjhai lea Si i M H m
; iub Mrs Ulll in Vosn M s.
i ,. h '-1
Mrs. Ros i V feld Mrs Bettj
L'tl n id -'
SUterfaotM LuncAeoii
Beth Korii sh Sisterh lod -
ly lunchi n at noon Thursdaj Feb
in the auditorium will mark
the annual observance ol the "N *
v. .1- For Trees." An inten -
program has been arranged.
\ |.,.,-. | leadersh eakf isi
th irmen at
0 high-
; a -i in the
a!-l--
rael En
.. ,- held th it the -
Hotel Rich '' ll
. | C. Shave, co-
ch irmen ol I i ""' CJA-IEF
Residence & High-Ris D
rted.
dte-
: .' ,, ,,. mbmcil Jewish
Ki nnedj Ho CJA-1 l iit-
ti has announced, Ra
... Lp'.an, spiritual li adi r ol Sky
Synagogue, was the
. foi thi event.
Th.- mci ting "
cuss this j ir's : tical can
and pn nt i tain f icts an l
formal on at necessary in
to il
. mi u li ol ':; 20
|. Idings inv>l.'
iaign
\.,-- ol what was contributed to
last > in 's o. ive," they noti I.
Author, lectu I commen-
tator P H '\v ird Sachar,
fcss ; .; i; ,.; Washington Uni-
...
for th< p\int. I r. Joseph ','.. Narot,
spirit Ti mpl< lsrai I,
has anmiunc< .i.
Four Winds Breakfasl
_\ ,, irk d the
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Bei .v" *: Nor Chus-,
i ,,: Mtj r T iwers:
Max K ki r, ch liri lan f Fo n
\ -rnard Sti n i I Abra-
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It Is Time To Say 'No.r
Rabbi Krontsh
Bj RABBI LEON KROXI8H, l.l>.
Temple B< th Sholom
"It is time lo saj no t<> the
Jc w ish Defense I ;ue!"
I had made up my mind to

th posi-
tion while I was
still In Israel
! a r I I e r this
th. The JDL.
;ery much
ges of
the Israeli press
\ much
i nda of
[si ii li
rship it
-
ly '. i
i an .
emned.
We have 1
I
lio:i re I
- .

s who havi
Hi......
rork
N \
Pri iold i M 'ir "I.
' > ;
-
JDL do nol square with our faith
in Amci ican democi acy iG
bi l th ii u shou I > rwise! i
And that's.......if the primary
n isons why we must reject the
\ iolence <>i the JDL run) the
tack "'i American policemen, and
ever, the harassment of the fami-|
lies oi Soviet official-- in the United
States, if this great super power
cannot protect the families of S >-
viet officials, then it is a sad day
for America. ,
It is impossibli to go into t Ii:
whole background of Meir Kahane,
but he appear- t<> be exploiting
the situati n of the Soviet Jew-.
and the deb of all Jews
"never again" to c luntenance geno- >
cide.
He is playing the P. R.
for all it is worth a- st< ilina I -
scene on the TV ra, b it he is
in no \\ a\ res] for the e
muting of the tth sentences of
the two Jews of Lei rad. If an;
th 'in. i ictics disrupted
the ; sib litj ol ki cping open the
real line ol eommunication between
the Wh House and the Kremlin.
which pi obabl; piayed no sm ill
role in securing the commutation
of th scntetii es.
1 speak of the immediate d
df the tactics of the JDL to the
sensitive situation ol the Soviet
Jews, bul 1 im also concerned for
the Vmerica There is no
room "ii the part of
the JDL or the Black Panth rs or
the hard hats or campus rebels or
.vhite racist not good for
- n ood foi
Jews!
i !
m that i
. JD1
-
in the c3i :
I ons w ill a-e !
give him i platfoi
leemenl and
' n thai

-
...
"'< .' wh i
think Hi it the; a
The ios e the Is-
ra i s v hi
. s..- i in the s es ol
Suez an i the ~;
it to le ive Rus-
rhe JDL lugh-talk-
th r lactics will i ot lead
to lachlis 'l le re il demo
tion of faith Ii's in the paw,-:- of
the old cry. "lei my people go!"
that will come from millions of
free Jews in this free society thai
will match the determination of
Israel's '.'_ million Jews and the
Soviet Union's three million Jews.
Bui a- far a< Meir Kahane is
concerned, l repeat, it's time to
say 'no' to the Jewish Defense
League because they will delay the
Soviets saying yes to the hundreds
of thousands of Soviet Jews who
want to go home to [sr lei Believe
Alia Milkina Rusinek, a 21-ye -
I Sovii rev h emigri to Lsr lei,
who says "Violenl tactics make
publicity for Rabbi (Meir) Kahane,
bul n >t for S iviel Jewry."
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Kyrr 3
BETH DAVID. 2626 SW 3rd Ave. i
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau
Cantoi William W. Lipson. 4
Friday B:!0 pin. Topic "Ml......ianr
Aetiviii.s 1 >ir.-. ted To The Confuted
Baturday 9 ii.m. Bar Mltsvah: Jack
TnrtnrMky. son "f Mr. and Mm Hi
Tartaraky.
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Orthc
dox. ^ 5
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Ben Dlckaon 6
Friday 8:16 o.m. Topi,-: a True
itnwix For Life" followed by Urtes
Shalili.it ho.sl.-d by I >r and .Mrs.
Nathan K Bpector, Baturday s:4E
a.m.: "The Ti-n Commandments."
4:4.1 p.m.: "Portion i.f Law." BrlS
p.m.: "The True Prinoiptoa"
BETH TOV (Temple). 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative Rabbi Simon
April. Cantor Seymour H'nlre*
Friday 8:15 p.m Topic: !)<> We Have
Hrotli.-rhood Toilay-'" Followed by
oneft shabbat hosted by member! of
Sisterhood,
ISRAEL (Tempi*) OF GREATER
Miami. 137 NE 19th Street. Reform.
Rabbi Joseph R Narot. 10
Vrlday 8:16 p m. Sermon: "The QubJc-
rs. The Jews and Israel." The
Sacred Dance fiuild will provide In-
terpretation of the litui i>
Bornsteli II
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
Drazin Cantor Nathan Parnass. 11
OR OLOM (lempie) B/aS S.W. 16th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph Glix-
man. 13
1 Friday "..::' p.m and *. p.m, Satur-
daj 30 a m Bar Mltsvah: Steven
I I'lar, s..'i ol Mr, and Mrs. Henry
1 'lai -. p.m.
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
Wh} :,r' lh'' Beae4MetBOM or
the "Shmomh BatBh" (Use main
body oi 1 he prayer) not repeated
in the pvealag awvtoe tor the
public as they arc in the morn-
ing ami afternoon services?
The rabbis original!} ha I
pute ;is in whether the
[or the prayer of Ma'arit 1 i.e., th
evening prayer) had the
measure of obligation as tli" oth-
er two prayers < i.e., thi
and afternoon one i. Oni of the re i-
sons for -. i :]; this ;
ibligatoi y than the othi
. .)ii lh it th
win n r cited by
n '
laily sacrifices
: tie temple of old,
in the days ol '
mlj
in th
the lamb offci
Thus, thi 1
: those \\ li 1
claim 1 h I en il n nev -
j in the eve-
sl ing on the
It .11 the evi ning. Tims the i
pr I this rest-
ol the p ts ol thi
ifternoon sacrifice on into the
evening hours.
However, even if the prayer i<
not 1 public obligation, it is still
1 matter of private obligation foi
each individual to communicate
his feelings to th.- Almighty every
evening. Thus, aa far as the ben-
0 I >iis of the "Shmoneti Esreh"
are concerned, they are recited by
the individuals in the congrega-
tion but not repeated by the can-
tor to show that the obligation is
private and not public.
It should bo pointed out, how-
ever, that the congregation stil'
ii iv to assemble for prayer in a
public fashion in the evening for
the recit ition of the "Shema" with
its appropriate blessings, since
this is very definitely a public ob-
ligation.
BETH TFILAH. 936 Euclid Ave. Or.
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. RacKov-
sky ^
BETH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGREGA-
---
TION. 843 Meridian Avenue. 22-A
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
1242 Washington Ave Orthodox.
Rabbi Dow Roxencwaig 23
EMANU-EL (TEMPLE). 1701 Wash,
ington Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irv-
ing Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler 24
Friday s^30 p.m Sermon: "Uncoln'a
i.u-a, y For Our Times Lehrman
1 lay .s, nool choir and cantor will
render muxical Interpretati......f
GettysburB Addrena in connection wm,
in s Birthday
HEBREW ACADEMY." 2400 Pmetre.
pr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
". now Jethro, the priest of Mklian, Moses' father-in-l
heard if all that God had done for Moses ." (Chapters is-.-.
JETHRO'S VISIT: While Mosea carried out his misaioi
Egypt, his family returned to Midian. Jethro brought his d
iipporah, the wife of Moses, and their two sins to Reph
where Moses received Jethro with respect and affection i
related all that God had done for his people. His father-in
joyfully acknowledged God'a power and offered sacriflc
him. Seeing how Moses, apart from hia other task-, was o
burdened with judicial duties, Jethro advised him I
t him and to v. ~<-vw the difficult cases for h
and M ses acted on bis advice. Jethro returned to Midian.
THE TEN COMMANDMENTS: On the first day ol
third month iSivan) after they bad left Egypt, the childrej
I n the wil i is o S nai and encamped befon
mountain Moses went u| to God, whose voice h I to
i 1. mountain, telling him I I the pe >ple of hoi
red Hum fron I if thej obeyed him thej
- kin [dom of priest tioi I -
.1 an i repi ted > id's words to the elders
the 1 'ice, replied, All that the Lord
do." M to God
in a thick I and sp-
' I 1 so thai nlssion v
prepai e Ihemi
ii event, ind w t to

the sixth da; f S
loud descend! >n ti
thi \ 1 br
the people to I tain. Mt. S
in sn I God called M ? to il i I bid ling hi n w
lb. pe pie not to break I I :.
Divi festal M s returm d at
peated these commands to thi il lowed the greal
evenl the world has ever known, The vole.' of Cod Himself i<
: by every man, woman and child, declaring the foundai
of religious and moral condui t for all time.
-

Temple Judea Musical Service. Film Friday
A special musical service on the
theme of the modern miracle o:
Israel will Ik- held at Temple Judea
Friday at 8:15 p.m. with an ex
VVAVVVV>rVVVVV^ArV%rVVVV^
CANDLELIGHTING TIME
17 SHEVAT 5:52
HI
T
Thi* page it prepared cooperation 'with the Greater
Miami Rabbinical Auoriation.
Coordinator of 'he feaiurM
appearing here is
RABBI MAXWELL BERGER
Spiritual Leadf of
Temple Zomoro
Corel Cables
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6S00 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein. Cantor Marchbein-Marbiny
14
TIFERETH JACOB (Temple). 951 E.
4th Ave. Conservative 15
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ZION (TEMPLE). bOOO Miller Rd
Conservative, Rabbi Norman U, Sha-
piro. Cantor Richard S. Browdy. 16
Friday s:r.n p.m Bat Mltsvah: Robin
Lorl, dauahter of Mr. and Mrs.
Jerome Klein, Baturday 9 a m Hr
Mltsvah: E>van Qrecg, aon ..r .Mr and
Mrs. Henry gchaplro
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NORTH MIAMI
B,J >H, M0SHE CONGREGATION
JJgJ, W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
Rabbi Joseph Gorfinkel, Cantor
Ben Zion Kirschenhaum. 35
Friday 8:16 p.m. National Obaervance
of Scoutlns Temple will be hoal
0, '."'. ^''',u, P:uk N"- yX- "Aak The
Rabbi forum.
MIAMI BEACH
AQUItATH ISRAEL. 7801 Cartyle Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi leaac Kverf 17
BERT.hK!S BAEHZ-"*"h O^hoOox.
Rabbi Baral Wein 18
BSIk iAC0B- 801 ~Waahir.Qton Ave.
Orthodox. Rbbi Shmaryahu T Swir.
ky. Cantor Maurice Mamches. 19
BET.H "AWaTlIteMplE). 1545
Jefferson Ave. Conservative Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh 20
BETH SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 4144
Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kromsh. Cantor David Conviser 21
Friday :4S i> m Si rmon: iiim Can-
nol Live By >: N P Alone Satur-
day 10:45 a-m Bar Mltsvah: David
Kushm-r. s,,i, r Mr. ami Mrs Daniel
Kuahner.
Gross.
25
CONG. AN-NELL (Branch of He-
brew Academy). 7th St. and Meri-
dian Aye. Orthodox. Rabbi Abrahai
Ben-Hill -I.
25-A
JA.?,?.B_Ci COHEN COMMUNITY
Sr,VnA?OGUE 1S32 Washington Ave
Cantor Meyer Engel. 26
KoE.tEJH lsDRAE*~1*15 Euclid Ave.
?rh.d0aKR!Jbi -David Lehrfield
Cantor Abraham Self 27
Coraervative. Rabbi Mayer Abram.
owitz. Cantor Nico Feldman m
NT^t,TAM,S,(7EM,"'^- M,h St. and
r'hk t w,erwy- Conservative.
SlrS Ji T*n* Lb<'itx Cantor Ed.
*' r\lin.
nE.K.-8HAlJ^""^5 Bonlta Dr.
man. "' Ph,ne Weber
SE-PuAR?,C JEWISH~ CENTER. 645
Collin. Ave. R^bbi_8adl Nahmi.,. 31
Ca^'SRE?AT,ON "ETZ CHAIM. 1542-
Grower nB Av*' Rabbi Avrohom
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER. 1720 79th Street c/o^e
way North Bay Village. Con, ".
five Cantor Carl Bender. 32 A
Friday 9 p.m. San-.l-,y 9 r m.
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
%DMATf XE.SH'-">JN (TEMPLE). 102.
N. E. Miami Gardens Drive Con"
Mrvatlve Rahhi Miltor. fJoVllSjkC
Cantor Nathaniel Schub. oc,,"n*k3
8 T^ JORA,:i~NE_164th St at 11th
Ave Conservative. Rahbi Max Lio
Chitz. Cantor Jacob Renzer 34
B-NAI RAPHAEL*1401 NW 183rd St
iexrt& ww.....""-5
w*ni (lE^P^l0' NORTH DADE
ef^L Nr,E,' J22"" A""e. Reform
Rabbi Ralph P. Kin0.ley. Cantor
Irving Shulkes.
','; ''^:. r P '" Topi' So what-K
II"- Ston About linvi Sd r>- S itur
, ,: liar Mil
* n 1 : Mr and Mra S
S^.uLAKE SYNAGOGUE 18151 N.E.
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah F
Caplan. -
Friday 5:30 p.m Saturday t m Kl"
dUHh Rereption bj Mr and Mr* Bam
^'iiaV:,:;:-"f ThNi- **
YOUNG ISRAEL*""^ GREATFB
R.AhM v99?. k E=171" s ortftaS
Rabbi Naftali Porush. 39
CORAL CABLES
JUB,EA Kn,Hv' v0'"''1" Mo"'. KiDP.r 40
firm "imL"' p ,s,'"i.-.- followed by
I u liiSSK-. :slur''> 11:16 a.m
V Mm\ah: Mara Ann Kovi-n
daughter of Mr. d KS W&
ZAMORA (TEPLI) 44 --- .^-
o^S7& fi &SmflL!g.
cantor Nathan Zolondeh. at
rYMtay iis, m srrmon: .,, rof'T
s*rv m!n,In,,rho"> S-iurday
_ETlJ W- LAU0HWAU
STH '?RACL fTKMPLC). 847 fe
Edwarda. Cantor Maurice Nau. 42
e6lvdLR?fL- ^"w" Oakland Par.
Blvd. Reform. R.bbi Arthur J. Ab
nded choir of the Coral >.
longregation porforminK
thf direction of H>Tfi:tn Kezni.-k
Words and music, ruicien
modern, were selected by R
Morris A Kipper, Jerry P
Dr. Fred Wltkoff and Mr. Ri
h.' rormer conductor of the Oii
riLM Halevi Choral Societ)
waa Invited by the tsrai h
mi-tit to represent, the i i I
St;it.-s at an Israel musical la
After tho ervicc the film,
ages." will ix> shown to c
ment tin' music il presental
rama. Cantor. Jerome Klement. *S
P0MPAN0 BEACH
SHOLOM (TEMPLE) 132 SE 11th Av.
Conservative. Hacbl Morns A fkOf
Cantor Ernest Schreiber 41
SURFSIDE
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGA'- IN
9293 Harding Ave.. Surfside. T=wn
Hall Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac O Vint.
M
MAUANDAIE
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTEn
126 N. E. 1st Ave. 44
HOLLYWOOD
BETH EL (TEMPLE) 1351 S. 14 Ave.
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffa. 41
Friday sir. p.m. Theme: "Is This Tn
Age 1 if Aquariusr" Baturday 11 m.
Bar Miin.ih Gordon Welder. 0
I>r. and Mrs Stanley H Weld
BETH SHALOM "TrEMPLCV. '
Monroe St. Conservative Sabot
Morton Malavaky. Cantor evinf
Gold. *i
SINAI (TEMPLE). 1201 Jormaon St
Conservative. Rabbi Davrd Shapi"-
Cantor Yehudah He4tt>ra*m. 4T
kaTsfsfsfflBBII i '.-
l&UhdcJ let.
evistoH
v.
roaran%
>b. 14 Ch- 10 9:.30 a.m. Th.. Jewish Worship Hour
Hast. Rabbi go, ,,, Bt.|h Dmvi(1 am^
Oi. 7, 10 a.m. The stil] small Voice
H*t: Rabbi Sol Landau, Beth David Congregation
ropic: "aenesia & Exodus"
Guest: Rabbi Maxwel x^empie amora. C
Gables
Eh-4, 8:30 a.m. The First Estate
"Pic: 'The Wynwood Community Project"
Host: Rev. Luther Pierce
G^ProJect M""";'' D"V,',",' Wymrood Community
Feb. 11

ISRAEL (TEMPLE) 6S20 S.W. SSth St
Conservative. Rabbi Elltet J. i-
urad Cantor Abraham Koater. *l
MARGATE
MARGATE JEWISH CENTER. 6'01
N.W. tth St.


^
Friday. February 12. 1971
+Jenisti n>vredfc3tr
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Sen. Gurney Tel Aviv
Conference Speaker
..WASHINGTON, D.C. Sen. Sen. William B. Saxbe (R-Ohlo)
|. iA rd J. Gurney (R-Fla.i left will also attend the conference.
Saturday for .i four-day trip to I Also accompanying Sen. Gurney
Isi.i where he will he speaking inI will be Norman Rossman, Orlando
Tel -vi\ before a conference ol home builder and civic leader who
was the 1970 genera] chairman of
the United Jewish Appeal in c n-
Am< .in and Israeli lawyers con-
c 11 i w ith increasing trad.' be-
twi ill- two countries, The tripltral Kind.. Mr. Rossman, who has
is si ointly by the Small (boon to Israel several times, will
.-; Administration and tin1 assist with arrangements
trip
Bus
All!'
A Iministration and
ition.
S
Mi'
I
Gurnoy's trip will Imp a- ,, _
"" 'tducaJson s Future
i il Mi .- an ll's Am-
.. W (worth Barbour, but
Waller Fried Receives
Wal i Isaac Fried, son of Mr.
and Mis. Benjamin BJrted of HCJiri
NE 18th Aw., North Miami i'.. ach,
received his Fh.D. degree in phys-
ics from the University of Miami
during the graduation exercisi s on
Jan. 29.
Dr. Fried was president of Si;;-
ma l'i Sigma, physics honor so-
ciety, the Society of Physics Stu-
dents, and a member of the So-
Fh.D Degree From l.M.
Iciety of the Sigma Xi, / ta 'a
Tau fraternity, the Hillel <
m'unitj Advisor) Board, Ameri-
can Students for Israel, and the
Graduate Student Association
Council.
At 24, he is the youngest i r-
son to cam a Ph.D. in Physics at
the University, and the first ex-
perimental physicist to be gi u\-
uati d from that institution.
II -. ..i the trip is contin-
ual of t
i '; h expin I on the
A'i 'xpinration of "The Future
n .' : I i
i strut ortoi pro-
issis tanc
: I it "1-" lei is the foCUS fot
urrenl S >\ lei pow t p'aj
Middle E (-*. It i< in th i
'
i
evi
s
.1.
the
Hi
i: ii int : the Uniti I St I
and >ther free nations of the world
to i- are tl il Israel is n >' <>.er- .
run by the Arab countries which
sut: and her.
i has irmed in Arab cli-
ents and i; playing on their age-
old hostilities toward the Jews in
to further its own imperial-
ist designs. I: Israel shoii'd fall.
we mid see the entire Middle
Mast dominated by Communism.
As it nou stands, a victory by th >
An would be a yictory for the
Soviets. We have been helping Is-
prevcnl that from occurring."
To Be Explored Here
1 \ ': l\-
lititte t

i it Tempi Israel
1 I i M
1' Ed ir '/. Fi Ii
Ihe loaders in ihi radical seho il
. luca-
theorist logist of
tional rep ite, ill di
tii" m iior p iper al the seminar.
Three local educators Dr. G
Wesley Sow irds, Dean of the
School of Education of Florida in-
ternational University, !>;'. William
i". Inman, Program Evaluation di-
rector of the P ide Board of Pub-
lic Instruction, and Pat Tornillo,
executive director of the Class-
room Teacb.:s Association, will
esp iti.l t I >r. Fri< lenberg's ad-
dress.
A rican lawyers and business-1
rm-i will be meeting with govern- The afternoon session, which will
i!" '"'' ''A"- How lunch on at Temple Uriel.
of r pri iti Ttor in Israi
dui
in '.
-
I

will be :;' i to publ c liscussion
I nfi ce to find wav ft lised by the p inel
ill's ( apital c in be n it rh I : l>!" Frie-
ineed iew
iii this
lo be a j
ho are not series sub-
i i : i this
I i'e.
Ih Israeli techt
i

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* k**nt fl Friday. February 12. 19?;
-
U.S. Assistant Attorney
General Keynote Speaker
- l.. unai'1. Assistant At-
. Gei a: In Hio Civil Rights
Division of ih i U.S. Department
il Justine will he the keynote
sj :ker at th<> 1970 Leonard L.
\' -. !: im in Relations Award
S inday, Feb. 28, at the
I u] >nt Plaza Hotel ling to
i ni mad i y W
*4L
op
Continued From Page. 4-.V
All tliis is now worth mi n-
ti ing, simply because it is
again undoubted that we an
now witnessing the same sort
ol long-hi a.i. .1 preparation for
. ii is now ; i! hioi able to
-,i thi Nixon plan Coi radical
; of the whol gov-
\h- a good plan;
bi i it d< es not matt< i very
much because Congress will not
ai pt it.
BIT As anyone should see,
il: l'n sidi nt is far too sophis-
I to i xpi ct the Conj i ss
pprovi ra overnment
n strui turing this year. Equally
linly he does not expect
H' Congress to approve the
more radical tax revision
hi means to offer next
His requests for these vast
vations, in fact, are meant
t.. become the main planks of
Ins 1972 platform.
II you think about it a little.
OVi i. they are likely to
e extremely solid planks. As
l. poi ted in this space, the
erpiece of next year's ro.it-
B -branch tax revision will be
died value-added tax. hi
:. ih.- will be controversial,
npalal able.
BUT a value-added tax at the
level ol 15' will bring
h round S60 billion a y< ar in
this co .ni i y, even ii mediciro s
loot Is tuffs are e> -lulled.
' of this huge sum will have
ie ecting ur-
needs for a
lefense, money for the
t, more money for
b tter schools, Some more will
go to fatten the Presidi nt's
nvenue sharing,
i r: SO, that will leave an
- sum that can be uw d
'her purposi s pre\ lous-
Ij reported to reduce person-
al income taxis; to cut corpor-
ate taxes; and to help out home
ers n \ sorely overburdened
bj property taxes. The home
is. ii should be noted, are
i p lipients ol Nix-
onian benevolence. And anyone
it to be able to figure out
1 politics of that.
IF VOL' think about it. the
rnmenta] innovations al-
ready proposed fit neatly into
t same pattern. The Presi-
dent is not going to be running
Inst "Big Government" in
I old 'Any This old way was to
thi i we must not try to solve
I s, that or the other great so-
cial problem, because doing so
did lead to "Big Govern-
i."
Instead, the President is eo-
to be running against "Gov-
ss I i nt." in other
' i Is, he is noin*; to Ik> b
trying to solve oui
il prol Ii ms by the dii
ol a i emote r i. t al bi 11 b
has not woi ked despiti
1 :
HE is GOING to ii
that we must pn as foi so-
thesi problems, how-
' xpen Ivi. And h i
tu irge i
iota, by the stal
'i IOCS 'unts that b B'i
i stand how the pro!
locally,
; lemocrats in 1972 are
likely to have to run for "Gov-
ss Government"; and
against relief for property tax-
papers and reduced income and
wale taxes. It seems an
U] iiill job.
M. Alper ch i rman of the Florida
R ii IB .. of the Anti-1 >ef i-
mation league ol B'nai B'rith.
The VDL pre\ iously announced
. Ab ss Award will
be presented to Dr. M. Robert Al-
len. Dean ol Continuing Education
ii the University ot Miami. "... for
the s contributions he
has ma lo I wards improving In-
tel ii elations ." and :'. hii
exem rship in I sk forc-
es and committees workinj
vi ds tin impro\emont i i life
in in ban ai
" rhrou rli ut i.'"' area." s lid Mr.
\. we hav ha an Intensi
interes!
the I1 law in tin
.f ci\ il i hi an 1 the ility ol
t!i.' treatmenl i rity groups
in our i The e is Is great
concern over thi- performance of
ii i i-i im.". :\ mi-'i ;e syst -m wh ::
i ratin under pith gi ni j eon-
litions and I exnect 'he Assistant
attorney Gencol t comment on
t-oth areas during his speech a'
the A' ; Award luncheon," Mr.
Alper said.
M.
t !*
i] b tween tional origin in e lu iti >n m\
nent, h'Ui 'ommida-
:
The A >ss Award ;ivi n an
nually to pub'icly recognize the
efforts of an i'
ir "furthi ring the >a
of better hun
tributi illl i to thi? Well-
being of the citizen of the SI ite
of Fl 11." i. i-t ye reciu I
[ was Father Theod >r R. Gibs n
i Rc-e'or i Church
JEWISH-AMERICAN CUISINE
THAT MADE THE F i MOVS
FAMOUS
WORLD RENOWNED
Your lias's
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EDITOR. Tin- JewM Florid'an:
nigh I hadn'l intended t ini-
i i scries ol sult-
i nenis c ncprn n ;
, ; olumntel Elwnrd C >h ti
in 15, I nevertheless feel com-
, i, iv in to Mr. Ehrlich's
j on this '1 ite ih it mj i -
. th illogic il and factually
i "i not"
c lhit i h Mr. C
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t hut rather the
. ou h
i
mno'.ii I

contributing t< "mcipionl fas
"h, n I suggest i.it thi re ire le-
' m s 1 correct this mia-
us of th ... .iv-.
l yet to hear
on WK W Hi.'
tation q i il n bi ; u ty t
l >i IC-
ice eve:
,
...
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...
Hank Meyer Accepts U-F
Committee Leadership
Lord Samuel To
(i M's Visiting Pr
Be
11
; institute ol
... itish
. ii' I .orris, win Ii iv it'nc
t th '' ers'tj '
: -' r, il
Ul I
-; ..... | hold '
..... t {.. t'-M fol
.:,:, ... 11 irtmenl
and Public Affa Hi
i in I i
1
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B M 'K ":
- and Di v. a I V S
tment chairman.
.... ...
Ii incc 1917 I
between Israel En
the Ui '; St ites il
nt fac ilt> >l "!
rrsity in Jems : m ind !> '
visiting p
i, .,, hiati h il of public
i trat in I I
il .::.-i The mth il
( iks in Ei
rnment admit
in Palestine ti I Isra i
th ; ist being "The Struct
ol
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p'ox si't fl
. rip
'it thi t! m of Nazism in

i. I > in
I would no' hive
irr '' Such thinkini r ?embls
n c Hin-
xampli '"
., tbii i tivity and
bet vie ind on witri-
.-. ....
; !'...'
lo th ne of the I
i,i in" tho* ye irs thos
...-: \ |:
; ". have vet to
,. : h il I si ind '
i in th:
they bite th
than o| n r m '-iMi -
| i | cle i- thos i its wh im
; ,1! ilt.
municatc id u I opinions, thej
cannot be apathetic. If radio sta-
tions such as WKAT encourage
uch conversation, hopefully mind-
ful of th< Ir r< sponsibilities lo pre-
sent all sides .>f a given issue. I
-.i- -i that the risks of a few
r u kpol callers are well worth
the n > e imp >i lant result the
rlueal ion 'it people ab mi i i ob-
lems al I Jew md ithers
' i tl ild not have rec ived
:
OLD I.. FF.INF.R, MSW
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Slafi t'oi ilinal p,
.1 Ish Yoi 'i < 'ouncil ol
Newfv Organized
Detroit Club Elects
Slate Of Officers
nrwl '-o 1 I I '
Ih M I ach h ct-
slute of o 'fie 'rs
Hank Meyer, president of Hank
\ic yer Associates, has accept d
the post of Associate chairman of]
ihc Public Relations Committee for
the 197] campaign of the United
Fund >f Dadi County, Robert H.
File, campaign chairman, announ-
ced this week.
Mr. Meyer, who lias volunt
his a 'i vici s to the United Fun '
as Iivi> ion and si cl ion chairman
since 1963 will assist John B An-
|i rsen, chaii m in il the Pub
Relations i
lirman
>l the bo -1 il the i- rst N
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edin seni ir Ii
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as thi installing
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R se I'.. linsk' iei i>iesidents;
Ros and S i! I Ilin, crel irii
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will incl ide Harrv Cash, Sol Co-
hi n. Sa '< rnfi Id, Louis Cor- |
man, Jos 'ph Milgrom, Sherman
Por\ in ai d Al Lipmai
di ,. of Mr. Cj< Ids tone's first acts
was to appoint William Belinsky
i. si rgeant at-arms, Al Lipman as
haplain, Nathaniel Goldstick as-
sociati ha S gi
. dietary and Louis Ba
a"ditoi
Thi Constitution and By-Laws
- m II as a hai Isome ear., il
vcl were piesenti il to Mr. (i ild-
. b; Mis I'., linskj irg n izi i
il the club. Sam I. ndon served
as i ntertainmenl chairman and
rrx .-I 'i.... vi ning's musical i n-
tcrtainmenl was provided by the
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Friday. February 12, 1971
Our Film folk:
By HERBERT 0. LUFT
:nl no'
No Happy Ending
For 'Bloomfield'
rikim; A SPECIAL Interview for JTA at Lon-
" don's Savoy, Richard Harris discussed the theme
of "Bloomfield," a picture shown to us privately the
ni it bel e in which ho directed
and iii ed the lead.
is .1 n m-vl
yet it is a
5 ith and life
living, joy and 1 >ve, with tut
Ion
tory by Gross and a
p] iy by W lankov itz,
on led on
I
the 1 it;- final
tch, but Harris d the ending. Eitan, on tl
ains his
i whi n en) ring the last inning with the will
to .-.:m. r cope with age, old inju : lis-
I | iils in a physical Bense but wins his
.rj with th< recovery of his integrity.
To us, Eitan, the football player, appears to be
very much lik< the central character in Miller's
"Death of a Salesman." the perpetual optimist who
believes that he has a million friends and finds out
ho has none. Harris feels that the people around
Eitan are not as bad aa they appear on the surface.
Trying to develop the story realistically, ho avoided
do-gooding and sugar-coating.
The football club committee chairman t por-
trayed by the late Shraga Friedman offers him an
expense account after retiring instead of making
him the manager of the team because he knows
that Eitan doesn't have the mental capacity to lead.
His friends advise him to accept the thinly-veiled
bribe from Yasha (British actor Maurice Kauf-
man! because they do not want him to starve. The
bank manager (Yossi Graber> cannot extend his
credit because ho has no collateral. And his rich
school-chum i Gideon Shamir Ls just as indifferent
as anyone else would be when he walks in casually,
too bashful to reveal his difficult position.
Harris wants to show that Israelis are people
like people everywhere, not better and not worse
but normal. "Bloomfield" is about ordinary yet vital
human beings in their every day life. The picture
has no political overtones and no flag-waving as-
pects, The background of Israel is Important for
another reas in: il is the only football-nlayii g c oin-
try in the world where the stars rema
i | c nnot i m iss fortun s .. story point in the
odyssey of tl player.
In order t i show that Israelis are i ci iss
inity, Harris selected such unlikely He-
brew types as Austrian Romy Schn iid for the part
of Nira and ten-year-old Australian Kim Burfield
for the role of Nimrod. Homy appears as a beauti-
ful Isra<'.i sculptress who wants her hero to quit
while he is ahead and many. She not only is fully
believable but also reflects a strong-willed per-
sonality grown from the soil of the country.
Kim Burfield who portrays the plum role of
Nimrod, the best ten-year-old footballer in the
sports-conscious village, sets the key for the de-
velopment of "Bloomfield.'' It is Nimrod's unshak-
ing trust in his football hero's determination to
play and win, that maker Eitan go on against all
odds. Not since Vittorio de Sica's "The Bicycle
Thief" have we seen such a delightful youngster
portraying his part with earnestness and mature
grace.
IN THE THEATRE
By George Friedman
The 'Drei Rashes'
IN THE WAKE of the Leningrad trial comes this pointed
story: Some 200 Russian children were being assem-
bled in the school auditorium for a patriotic pageant. One
by one, they were made to stand at attention and asked
three quest. il -.
First. "Who is your mother?"
And the firsl 109 pupils answered in turn: "Russia!"
Then. "Who Is your father?"
To which each replied: "Kosygin!"
Finally, "What do you want to be?"
And the sought-for response: "A Communist!"
It same the turn of the last child and the only Jew
in the assemblage, little Yehuda.
"Who is your mother*," he was asked.
"Russia." ho replied.
"And who is your father?"
'Kosygin,"
"And what would you like to be?"
"An orphan."
Israel Newsletter
By CARL ALPERT
Israel's African 'Friends'
IN RECENT VEARS, Israel has spent millions il
dollars providing aid and guidance to many of the
n< .'.. developing states of Africa. Thousands of men
and women from those countries
Bhaxe been
th r at h ime or In
ns in isra I, M inj hundri ds ol
i t s to 1 '
. guide and help in
It ha I i ted thai
by '
I |
that there were no strings I
this '. s one of tl
more welcome in A I
r si ti s.
Yet we can not ret urn-
ful contemplation ol he sad i rd it th U I I
Nations, Tnosi who have been friends at home have
not always been friends in the General Asset
For example, in one of the last critical votes at the
U.N., 24 African states 'not counting the Moslem
statesi voted against us, six abstained and only
tx\o voted with Isra< 1.
Political experts in Jerusalem have been pon-
dering the reasons. There are two. For one thing,
on a continent which h;:s very recently freed itself
from the occupation of colonial powers, the Arabs
have succeeded in identifying Israel as a colonial
power: It conquers and holds the territory of its
neighbors, and refuses to recognize the national
identity of the Palestinian people. Lsrael has failed
to rebut these charges adequately.
The second reason is more prosaic. It is a mat-
ilitical h l -i -trailing. You and your
I !,. vote 1 i our dil iculti -. and we will vote
.ii when your problems come up. The political
lj jS that Israi i has n i bl b 'hind it. It c
. T ho engage in in1-

H .- uo that ''-
v a nu :. vfrican states
. rij malnt
Id |
: e .!
I relatioi
us. a i
'
ibru 'i
tates Wi c in ex
lon
i them compli tely would
... la t ion for Isr u
whvh is cn lal the A ibs ire trj ing t
eve.
. ., thai the Arabs w '.l shari
I intensify th ir oft nsive against Israel at th
L'.N.. and then Is every possibility that the situ
tion will get worse. We may find some of our Afri-
can friends supporting resolutions to imi>oso sanc-
tions on Israel, or even to expel Israel from the
United Nations.
The general attitude here toward the I'.N. is
one "i growing pessimism. With the Soviet bloc, the
Arab bloc the new African bloc, and some miscel-
laneous states which are anti-Israel, there are nov.
49 countries it the UN. which will automatically
endorse any resolution against Israel. It is no con-
solation to know that such a situation Ls really an
indictment ol the IN, rather than of Israel.
DATUM* JERUSALEM
By Eliohu Salpeter
Gaza A Hotbed Of Hatred
? A/.A WAS A HARD nut from the firsl day the Israi
look it over In Juni 1967. In fact, it was in un-
sant place even before that. Over a quart r ol
million rel u ge ci iwded in ti
numbers the 1 I si ol
whom had
living in the local emus grovi
few business nd in ist ial enterpi
in <; /a tow n prop >r The Egypt
who occupied the G iza Sti ip in I
kept it largely s >aled off from Egypt, to
m,ike sure that the rt fugei
such and thus continue to be a hotbed
for hatred and sabotage against Israel.
The Israeli military authorities approached the situa-
tion with the knowledge that the Gaza Strip had excelled
in lawlessness for almost a generation. The Egyptians,
during the entire 19 years of their occupation, main-
tained a dusk-to-dawn curfew in all the refugee camps.
Still, about six murders a month was the average rate
during the years of Egyptian rule. In the first two years
of Israeli occupation, the murder rate dropped sharply,
despite the easing of the cirfew regulations. Terrorist
acts were timed primarily against Israeli Visitors and
businessmen and against Israeli military vehicles.
i"
As the 1 ithoi ippii ip tl
-. the number of a i cessful tei
ninish ge in
murd il ml
lanl VI ....
t to
n h iwn *
l i- last
him was I n to th Israelis
-. nurd is Increasi
th [SI aeli author
would ovei i and b 'gin to c.
down. Whin th..... irdered a local woman n
her eighth month of pregnancy and tossed a hand
nade in!,, an Israeli ear killing two children, it was
lust straw. The mayor >f Gaza, whom the Israelis inhet I
from the Egyptians, was dismissed. A systematic house-
to-house search for terrorists was started and rack
green-bereted Border Police units, were moved ir. to
assist local police and the military in maintaining order,
'Hie number of incidents dropped sharply while the
number of terrorists captured increased. However, De-
fense -Minister Dayan made it quite clear that these Were
only partial achievements. To eliminate terrorism alt -
gether, it is necessary to solve the refugee problem

S00K REVIEW
By Seymour B. Liebman
Who's Who In Israel 1969-70
gltONFMAX-COIIEN Publishers. Ltd., 0f 12 Do-
rech Petach Tikva, Tel Aviv, Israel, is to be eon-
gratulated foi publishing Who's Who in UrsH 1988
li70.
If the book were solely a direc-
tory of vii's in Israel, no m re
f. than a few cursory senten *s ml l
"sP1 W$ '"' l"i:-'n<''1 i" Pit the book is
1 really misnamed. A more appro-
priate title might be "Encyclo-
pedia of Personalities, Facts and
Figures of Israel." Much of the
data is timeless.
The handsomely published vol-
ume of 608 pages allots only one-half to the brief
biographical sketches of important personages in
Israel. Part II contains data on the government,
. nwmmamm
'ik': ommrr
official institutions, public institutions, art culture
-''""' I I"* learning and all the scientific
til i including portion of the book lists the
''",n ; "wnercial enterprises with explanations Of
the function, operations and managing directo.
n* r. is also inf .rmatlon cone rnlng the various In-
dustry boards and chambers of commerce.
At the elos, of the directory section, there are
several pages devoted to ihumbm.,1 sketches of the
CfSETSsT?* mwom- The Principal criti-
cism of the book ,s that the order and placement of
some eatergories of information, especially in the
commercial section, could have been arranged more
judiciously. This, however, should no* deter the a*
quisition of the book.
TO
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IB- IVtilii.n of
f
I ... i
i i i .'. ii
i,u !RNK I1YAHS in I
I tl I '. lop-
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filed I I hi f tin
hi Petll
i. iuii i to Kerv<
i .
ney, 'in i
Mall,
\' v. i-r oi i
the I
,ii i" ui before Ihi '
197 It vou I
Hid Pel
ut furl you
Khali bi
*\ ,i' i l
ll:. B\\ I; H l-i UllDI VN
|'\ am oiti t:iii-;11 M
|du tl i da) of Ju .ii..' ) 1971
K H I.K \ ''lii:i:M W. Clerk
i |J I ; i
li) I. SNBBDEN
Denut) i 'I- I.
RED F NBSHITT and
WiKB M TRUSHIN
i | i >ner
it,..h. k. ad Mall, Sulti 172
Plorlda 3:;i~0
Aifu-d K Nesbitt
1 23 9
NOTICE OF ACTION
ITHE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
wEVENTH JUDICIAL C1HCUIT
"LORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
,COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-2239
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
: ... i; CA COOP]
ESTHER in INZALBZ,
i ii fi ndant,
TO: Bather Oonxalei
l [< '.-I l... Marquis
l- K.ist 3Ih| Street
Apartment 201
New York, New York
You ESTHER OONZALRZ, are
hereby notified thai a Bill ol Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
ii. and you are requlri il to
i ops of your AllKM. r or
Pleading i.. the Bill i.' i 'i mplalnt on
the Plaintiffs attorney, .max a
OOLDPAHB, 414 Bisrayne Uuildlng.
\o w.st Flagler Btreet, Miami, Plor-
lda 33130 and file the original Answer
or Pleading m the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
19th da) of February, 1971. K you
fail to do so. Judgment by default
will be taken against you for the
relief demanded In the p.iii of Com-
plaint
This notice shall be published once
each week for four conaecutlve weeks
in THE JEWISH FLDIUDIAN.
DONB AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 19th day ol January
AH 1971
< H II IJ3ATHHRMAN Pll rl.
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
B) M \RfIUERrTE KENT
Deputy Clerk
1 22-29 2 S-12
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW %
KOTItae ISJiERBBY 'flVMNfthal
the undersigned, fftstrlng to engage
In business under the flrtltluiu
of VALUE TRAVEL I P FLORIDA i
and SINGLES TRAVEL SERVICE
ai 920 Biscayne Blvd., Miami, Flor-
ida Intend to register xald names- with |
in. cierk of the Circuit Court of Dade
lounty, Florida.
VAI.-r TRAVEL, INC,
B) Mac Mermell, President
MICHAEL P CHASE
Attorney for Val-U-Travel, Inc.
I!.....s W 3rd Avenue
Miami. Florida 33129
1 22-29 J 5-12
'.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersh].....I, desiring to engage
in business under the tl tun name
of EyUITYi ASSOCIATES and
SOI.'THEHN DEVELOPERS at II!"1
N.B. i"lsi street, Miami Shores, Flo-
rida S3138 Intend! to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
ol I >ade County, Florida
il February .".. 1971
BDGAR 1' SCHRAUR
M VERB, KAPLAN, I'" IRTBK.
LEVINS' >N At KENIN
II) : El IIVAR1' E LEVINSON
Attorne) for Applicant
2 12-19-26 :: 5
oUI't
Dat
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage
m business under the fictitious name
of I.I1.I.IA.M BOUTIQUE at B18 Weal
Flagler Street, Miami Intends to reg- j Islai
later aald name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Plorlda
LILL1AM ROMKKO
1/22-29 i 5-12
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICB IS HBREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage it,
business under the fictitious name
of BLAIR REALTY at 5910 S.W. 78rd
Street, South Miami, Florida Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
"f the Circuit Court ol Dade Countv,
Florida,
Samuel Blalr
Registered Real Estate Broker
I 22-29, 2 :.-l-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICB 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, dtysirlng to engage
in bualness under the fictitious name
ol HER8CHER lil'11,1 il.Nc; WEST at
latr. Kane Concourse, Hay Harbor
Is, Fla. 83154 Intend t" register
ul name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
s BERNARD K. HEKSCHER
/a/ BVBLYN HBRSCHBR
s SUSAN ELSON
NEIJiON A.- FBLDMAN
Attorneys for Applicants
113.*. Kane Coneourse
Hay Harbor Islands, Fla. 31151
1/5-12-19-26
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OFTHE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
Case No. 71-2228
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
FRANKLIN MARK GOLDBERG,
Plaintiff,
i OPEH
it
|GB< ilOE A I. A OOPEIl
KB- \ '. I'.NK '.' ,-
u. ...;"'
|irr b)
t
I you
Answer or 1
, .
PAIL
. Ml ,nu Be
Ills Vl
[>l i
If you
, II be
'. 3. a in the Bill of l pi lint
h, |>UI K
week for four coi weeks
IB JEW I si I FIXHIIDIAN
IB AND ORDERED at Miami,
nil day of Februar)
II 71
: B il' VTHBRMAN. Clerk
Cui County, Florida
U) i. SNEBl >BN
Deputy 'lerk
liSTELN, KU ITNBY
oln Road
T.i i'
Attorn. !.,;.; ;ff
2/12-19
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THf CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA ,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION
No
IT FOP DIVORCE
'
PI ,
tp.i)n i" rk
11.
Tl BERN MID R DPRKEE
RF.D '
1 K Vow
11 H Dl'RKER an
I Ihnl lllll of Cm
. i
t you I you
., v. .. ... \ eer ni
he BUI ol
th< P lit llfrs nttori M v\ P
KNGBI. .; H VRRY 'I VLPEIC
N W i"'i, kvenue. Su
tre House. Miami, Florlds
file t! I !
in the office of the Clerk of the Clr-
cull Court on or before Ihe 19th day
of K. brumry. 1971 if you I ill to do
so, Judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief d. maiel.il in
the Hill "f Comnlnlnt.
Tliis notice shall be oubllahed once
each w.ek for four consecutive weeki
in THE JEWISH PI I >R'D1AN
DONB AND ORDERED at Miami.
-ih day of .1 u lO
A I' 1971
E II f^EATHBRM \".' Clerk
Circuit Courl Dade Countv Florida
Bj m MIGUERfTE KENT
I.....uty < "lerk
l url Seal)
\l \ I> RN'GRl
V MM P
i ... \- w intl I Suite 17-n
Mlam
'
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY <;i\ BN thai
the uni ring to engagi In
ui the fictitious name "i
GAYLE APARTMENTS at 16185 X K.
Jth i iui North Miami Bi ai '
name
Court
ol I iadi i" iuni i Floi
i. H I.UCENTE
... FRIEDMAN
MICIIA1 P CHASK
Attorn, j for Ruth i .ii. .ni. and
Ji an Pi Ii Inian
niie
.
1 22-29, 2 5-12
MARIE <"' i| DBBRi I,
I '. f. ndant.
T< Defendnnl
You. MARIE '!' 'I DBERG,
., hen
by notified that a BUI
l Hvon has h
j .
) ut \'
icy,
NOTICE UV PUBLICATION
IN THE CIHCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIKCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
No. 71-2047
SUIT FUR DIVORCE
DAVID CERN ANCE,
Plnlntirr,
vs.
MAKLE \ a CERNANCB,
I i. I. i.ilanl *
T< | .ii ARI.ENB CERNANI "E
Result n. > 1'nknow n
You MARLENE CERNANCB, are
hereb) notified thai a Hill ol Com-
plain! for Divorce has been filed
against you, und you are reuuired to
serve a copy of your Answer or l'icud-
iin: to Hit Hill of Complaint on the
Plaintiff's attorney, ENGEL & HAI,-
PKRN, lltHI N \\ 10th .Ui 17-15.
Miami. Florida and file the original
Answer or Pleading In the office of
the Clerk ol the Circuit Court on or
before thi Mli day of March, 1971. If
you fall to do so. Judgment by it. fault
will lie taken against you for the
rellel demanded In the Bill of Com-
plaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for lour consecutive weeks
in III i; JEW ISM Kl.< 1H1DIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 1st day of February
AH. 1971.
E, B I.KATIII:1:MAN. Clerk.
Circuit Coun Daile County, Florida
By: P ci iPEIaAND
I leput y Clerk
ii 'Ircull i "ourt Seal i
ENGEL A II A I.I'KlIN
l inn N \\ inth Ave 17-G
Miami. Florida
2 :. 12-19-26
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-4543
(FRANK B DOWLING)
NOTICE To CREDITORS
f Complaint for in RE- I
I
against you,
i i
II
hi
ONE .- S ISTI II' V. I4!'7
. ". and
I I
the Cli
Ih da)
fail to .1 si .
In
u for thi n lii i
.1' f'-v
Hie Ihi
ni the offici ol '
. uil Courl
: Mai li. -71 I U
enl by del
' >
lall
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIONS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the underf Igm g to eng ige
ii business under the flctltioui nami
of CHACPPEURS PNUMITED '
3J0 Lincoln Road. Suite in. Miami
i.. a. ii. i- lorldu inn mi- to r< gl8ti
name with the Clerk ol the Circuit
Court ot Dade County, Florida.
Joe Ciui
I 22-29 2 '5-1!
NOi ICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICB IS HBRER-Y GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
buslnei tltlous name ni
J V. MANITFACTI'RING al 139 N.E
1st Btreet, Apt 7.". Miami, Fla In-
tends !' regl '- r said name with Ihe
rierk of -l" Circuit Court of Dade
i '< 1111".*. Florida.
Jose V'ergaru Jewi lr) Manu
1 22-29, 1

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
D\DE COUNTY.
No. 70-T"
iCr.iwford)
NOTICE BY PCBl IC.TION
iRS \' CEPTANI B
i ntpi i|< Cl'li >N,
'
I
IHRKE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN A'. i; DADE COUNTY,
LORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-4098
\MnA^I
Notice to creditors
To AlWrediiois ,,i,,i aii Persons Hav-
ing daunts ,.r I ......ds Acainst Said
Estate:
You .'. l.r.l.y noilfi.-il and re-
ejuired any claims and de-
mande \. u may have acalnsl
the ea*.'. .i MARY K HIRKB de-
ciiised i..'. ..f I ..ni.- Countv, Florida.
to thj)< uiily .lu.lu.s of I lade County.
and faV '' same in dunll.ate Bnd as
provide' ,,.,, 7::;i.,. Florida
StaleMu ..ffi, ,s in the Coun-
ty (Mn:l ii n I -.I Countv. Flo-
rida, within s!t calendar months
from-Jli- tun. ,.f tl,, fust publication
herooej nr tin same \\ill be barred
t Miami. Florida, this Mil
Uuiiunrv, A li 1971,
REPS 11 .li INBB
\-. I ixecutor
publication of this notice on
day ot January, 1971
A I.I. I! PISHBR, ESQ.
r for K.v. utor
Itl Rtreel
Plot Ida ."..1166
_ i 12-29, I
NOTICE under ~
[ICTITIOUS NAME LAW
< K is HERBBT GTVEN thnt
Parslgned, desiring to engage
under the fictitious name
DN'S INTERNATIONAL at
m'li Miami Avenue, Miami.
| Intends to reKister said name
Clerk of the Circuit Court
lof O^ Countv, Florida
HAIR FAIR, INC.
JEPHI'N
1 AIjbV' f"r "MR FAIR. INC
2/12-19-26 3/5
DAN1EI CM DI.B,
i, D kNIBI, '' M'DLE
..,.. rnki '
Vi,I Al.il HEREBY \"-i l|.'!i:!i
ti, ,t mi ol rei l< > i" ''as li. en riled
against you and that you "
oulred to file an Ai
and to serve a cod) on GERALD
sil VERMAN 210 Roberts Building.
F!'""l:' ',"', V ,on Plaintiff, on or before the Mth day
ru "!- "r \ ludgmenl b)
default maj 1......' '"'' au.imsl >ou
fJovE i iRDERED In Miami.
,,,,,,. FI irida this 18th da)
l,JanUnSV9LBATHBRMAN
riei I ''' '"''
l, .. i un'n '' urthi a-''
M
l.i.....i >PE1 VND
Deputy derk
NOTICE UNDER
) FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOT1 'E IS HEREin 11IVEN that
, ihe undei
i in busmeas under Ihe fictitious name
of THE INK 128 8 W .''7ili
\ i nue, Miami. Fli Ida intends to i. n
Isier said name with thi 'he ]
Courl idi oui I
M YVl >NNE ISRIEL
,. \' I v i 11 \ M A ER
Attorn, y lor M I.....>" Isrli I
'
Miami, I 130 (
.. |i Khali be mi'
......ii" onsi utlvi
In THE JEWISH PI UHDI VN
I 'i INE AND I R1 lEREl' III Miami.
Florida, this 3rd day of Februars
A.D. '
V. It I BATHERM VN, Cl< rk.
Circuit Court. Dade County. Fl
I;.-: i' GOI IDMAN
I lenuty I "lerk
(Circuit Court Seal) .
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GTVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of YVHSYI.ANU PLAZA GARDENS at
ir.iin w.st sard Street, Hlalenh, Flor-
, ida. Intend to register laid name with
: the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
Coun'v, Florida
I RAFAEL S LORIE
M VRILTN 1. lOKIK
HARRIS A SIRKIN, P A.
\ rney for Applicants
Dade i Building
rldaJ3131 I2-19-26
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
' FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
N-. 71 2402
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
NORM CPU \ CARRBRA.
Miff.
j, .|- r RfQUE CARRER I
Defei
Tl '. DBSTH v MPBS
l/lhorn II*"'.....:l ttba
RNRIQI'E CARRBRA.
erehj notified thai ; BUI of
has been
filed
Comnlalnl for Dlvorci .
I you rennlnni ;
y, ,,. >nswei r Plead-
i mill......n the
, BPRONSON *
Rulldrng, Meimi.
agninsl ) i
Ing to the Bill
plaintiff's attorney,
t it \* \ \ Vim ley
NOTICE OF SUIT
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTYCIVIL ACTION
NO. 71-2403
ACTION FOR DIVORCE
FATE MAJI >R,
Plaintiff,
VS
LEWIS MAJI R,
I lefendanl
l'i i I K.wis MAJi iR
ATF 107 n 2421 Market SI
San Dieg Ciiifoinia 92102
YOU ARE HBREBY NOTIFIED
that aii action I.....Ivor, i i been
riled against you and you are requir-
ed f serve ; cop) of your written
defenses, if any, to it ...i AINSLEh
H FBRDIE attornev for plaintiff,
whose address In Eleven Fifty Build
" ing Suite 303, II.'." S VV First Street,
and file the original
with the derk of thi above lyled
court on or befon M u h 19, 1971:
otherwise a 'lld.tni. nt mav bi
i, red against you for the rellel de-
manded in the comnlalnl or pi lltlon
notice -''ail be nuhllshi d on;
each week for four con utlvi
,,, THE JEWISH FLORJDIAN
WITNESS mv hand and the
said court Ml Miami. Florida on
Mh ,|av of February, 19.1
E It l BATHBRMAN.
As Clerk, I 'In ull Com I
i, i,),. i -on--! v pior
By c P ci IPB1 VND
\ 11. may Clerk
(Circuit 'ourt Si ill
UN81 BE R FERDJE
Attorney lor Plaintiff ,.,.,;,.o,; ,1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GI< EN thai
,i. ring to
in dor thi flel
,,f HEI1 BUILDING EAST ftl
, K lla) Harbcn
l ... ,1 A Intend to re-
he CU rk of
,l,i -. m; Courl ol Dade I
ERN VPD K HBRSCHBR
K BVB1 N HERSCHER
il \ \ i: I si \
'I I'M VN
... foi Vpp I mts
Kano C ci un e, _
Bay Harbor Islands, Pla 331 14
I IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-4675
In RE: Estate of
KPH s ZPCKKHBRAM
1
ill P Hav-
ing "Mm or I) Said
You are hi ,- notified i re-
qulri il I an l.nni- and il -
muni whl ii t
..'il s /
BRAM di late of Dade i
'i
Count: file the sin I
-
'
in, i nut Courthousi Dade Ci un-
Florfdii rill s'.n call
ii',.' ths in m thi time >l
,i hen will
1 mi, 1 at Miami, Florida, Ibis 4 l
day oil'.- \ i' I97H
'/. W K
For As Admin rlx
First publil a' "'. "f t li is- in v 'l
the IBth dny ol Januar) 1971
CAIDIN, Rl ITHENBERG, K> KlA.N i:
K'i iRNBLI'M
bs : Zev W Kngnn, Esq
Attorney for Administratrix
7435 Byron Ave, _
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-316
FRANK B DOWLING
In RE K I
KAYc STONE
I'.. a sell
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All < 'Tl ilitnrs and All I' ''
, ins or I'' in in.Is Again: I Sti i
' ,
in re herel
,.,i to present i Im and di mat ds
which ioii may I
KAY C STONE di
, i., j. i unl Florida, to thi i 'ouu-
tv Judges of 1 e" t'1*
the sain a 'lu
SI lu-
tes In thi ihe Count!
use in Dade I "loridi

tun.
or thi
i .
,1 i.p
; TUL1N
I
First publical
1 .-li ill' of Fi l.i u. ui. 1971.
I ONBL 1 Tl" IN
\ y for Administrator
1717 Van Buren Street,
"">'.......P, 2-3-12-19-2.
sea! of
!h-
r Pleading in Ihe offl.....I
the Clrcu "' ',',-',''
,,.' March 1971
day
the i 'lerk "t
... Hi.- Ith
lain;"','
,t,.. r.'i'.f demanded in
Complaint
Ti"-- notice 'hail
I.......k f '""r
in TUB 11-AV's"
ludgmenl bv
the
le-
for
Bill I.....ui
. mil. weeks
i.m OPTDIAN
Mlam<
nONB VNO OWDBWWD Mlaim
'"da this r..h day of February A.D
, ol'l-t -AND
I.-lo
,!>7' v T i WWWW VV c.a-k
OkAtr......i. p.- '-"- ',"ri'111
B) P
Pcniltv Clerk
/pieiMill Coorl p....u
pninvw itman
(Sii An,'''"""*"'"".
Attorneys for Plaintiff
11-19-w m
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICB IS HBREBY GIVEN 'hat
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under Ihe flctltioui name
.'.'J wmBRarrr cigars at < njv.
sth Avenue Miami, ntends to register
laid name -'" '"' '"'"' '" ,''"' "r"
cttH courl "f Dade County. Florida.
,|i iSH ARBOl M/
19. '.ai 3 ..
MEYER TEMPUTZ,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All Persons Hny-
ing Claim- or Demands Against Said
Eslati
You are herein" notified and re-
quired to present any claims
manils which you may have against
. tati ol MEYER TBPL1TZ de-
ceased late "f Cleveland, i hlo t" the
countv Judges of Dade County, and
file Ihe same In dupllr ite and a* pro-
vided in Section 733.16, Florida Stat-
utes In their ..fries |n Ihe l ounty
Courthouse In Dade County. Florida,
a-lthin six calendar months from the
i,.ne ol the fust publii atlon
or the same w ill be ban ed
Dated at Cleveland, < ihlo, tins 20tn
daj of Januai y A 1) 1971
MARVIN s TFJP1 ITZ
As An. Illary Bxei utor
I'.st |,ui,I,,:,ti.in of tin- notlci on
thi .Hi daj ol February, 1971,
imu ARD R HIRSCH
Vttorni | for Ancillary Bxecutoi
list Street, Miami Bi ach
FlorldaSSMO t 5.t2.l9.28
NC1TICF UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME I AW
NOTICB is hbhbrv rirvRN
the underalgned, desiring to
buslneaa under the fl
TV SI ".MAS'A I at
inir Miami. Fla- In'
s i,i name with the Clerk of Jhe C,r-
-"c^f,rouvr^'......"
JOSEOAMALLO.R.M.^.i2
tbnt
.'iiir:ipc In
. name of
oi; Con nr ltiUl*
nrt to rei^lftei
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
f.Jenlsti RvridHan
solicits your legal notice*.
We appreciate your
patronage and guuiunte*
accurate service at legal
rates .
Kial MX 1G05
tot moBBerger aerrlc*
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY. No 71-2245
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
A! W .\ i i|.l\ ER,
Plaintiff.
ROT ALFRED OLIVER,
Defi ndanl
TO MB R' >Y M FRED OLIVER
247 West 1 laj ton
V.llow Springs Road
1 'I!'. I '111"
You, ROY ALFRED "I IVBR, arc
hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for i'-. nrce I been filed
against you, and you ulred t'<
., ,1, opy f your Inawer r
Pleading t" the Kill of Comnlalnl on
p POLLACK,
V.....\i AND F \ in. I7nn Northwest
7th Street, Miami, Florida and file
il.....i-."mi 'nswer or Pleading In
, n| the Clerk "t Ihe Cli i uil
, ,n nn oi h I re lb" '"h '' 'V *t
March 1971 If you fail to do so
ludgmenl bj default will be
against you for the relli t di mandi d
in the Dill of Comnlalnt.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four cons, en i\ week*
iii THF. JEWISH Fl DRIDTAN
I" NB AM I OR1IERED al Miami,
tins 3rd day oi February
A D 1971.
V It 1 R \THT5RM \N". Cleric,
Circuit Court Dade Countv Florida
By: C r COPEi and
I lei.uty Clerk
. 'In ull Court s. ,li
Pol.l \ci< VOCOM \M' PATH
1?flft North* est 7th Sin ei
Miami. Florida
Attorneys for Plaintiff
! 5-12-19-M
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the unilersicned. d.-sirine to enirage
In business under the fictitious name
of C'TV actii RECOVERY BUREAU
ai 171 a S W 87th Avenue. Miami.
Florida Intends to register said name
with the ci.-rk of the Circuit Court
of m.d,. Countv, Florida
THE CHNTURION LBCION INC.
2/5-12-19-21


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elewisli Floridiam
Miami, Florida Friday, February 12. 1971
Section B
Salute To Dr. Joseph Schwartz
Highlight Of Bond Conference
\ tinner in tribute to Dr. Jo-
J Schwartz, prominent leader
v ii Id Jewrj fi ir o\ ei ye
ature the Inl t'.ot il In-
ral Conl or State of
Bonds, to t> held \i irch 4th
: h al the Fontainebk iu Hoti
S l Louis 11 r. ij
:i ol the confet n
inci d.
ti Ibute linner, c i] ninatins
ei dings on March I : h, w i!
1 mi h the woi Kl wide c impaign
.' $40 l million in [sra I Bo
ii 1971. Helping put th- drive in
will lx- tome 2.000 Jew
communal leaden from the United
States and Canada who are ex-
p ted to participate in the con-
i nee.
F >i Dr. Schwartz, who retired
lnst year after 15 years as head
of the Israel Bond Organization
the tribute will crown a lifetime
ol service in which he has become
of the most beloved of all
Jews. In the dark days of Nazism j Jjjh| of Wor,d w. h<1 m,g0.
' ly*!?d .Vm,UKh t'uro',H' a? Hated successfully through neutral
emissaries for th.- rescue of thou-
OB. )0$tPH I. SCHWARTZ
Middle Fast and North Africa.
With the approval of the United;
States War Refugee Board at the
tion during a period of rapid
growth, much of It due to the en-
ergy he exerted criss-crossing the
countrj In and ag dn to pro-
mote tho program. He retired
from the Bond Organization I isl
year and is now vice chairman of
the Ami near. Jewish Joint Distri-
ition C immittee.
Among the many honors Dr.
Schwartz h is r cei\ d are the Sco-
pus Award of th Hebrew Univer-
sity and the Silver Medallion of
Israel for his role in promoting
"illegal" [migration to Palestine
He holds honorary degrees from
Brandeis, Yeshiva and the Hebrew
Universities, as well as from the
Dropsie College for Hebrew and
Cognate Learning
In 1967. Dr. Schwartz was elec-
ted president of the Encyclopedia |
Judaica Research Foundation,
which Ls now preparing a fifteen-
volume Jewish encyclopedia to be '
published in Israel.
A capacity crowd at the recent B3lle Plaza Apartment 1971
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund breakfast
meeting contributed some S50.0CO to the combined campaign,
end the committee is now conducting floor-to floor and door-
to-docr solicitation in order to reach those parsons unable
to attend the meeting. Jack S. Popick, 'left! v,as cochairman
of the event; Ben Essen was guest speaker, and Matth.
Hartson served as chairman.
lirports Increase Security Measures
LONDON (JTA1 S irit.
precautions have been increased
at British and West German air-
ports in the wake of Arab ter-
rorist threats to attack German
aircraft and reports that new
hijacking attempts were being
planned.
Western airline companies in
Iionn have received leaflets
from the Popular Front for the
Liberation of Palestine, which
engineered four hijackings last
September, warning that the
next tim rrillas v i
carrying whiskey bottles :
gas with v. hich to foil atten I -
to sui due them.
West German police, it was
learned, are aware of the pres-
ence in their country of four
Arab guerrillas. Their pas!
numbers have been forva: I
to London. The PFLP. however,
has issued a denial that an} ;
has Leen sent to Europe on hi-
iacking or sabotage missioi -.
tin' Middle Fast negotiating th'
rescue of hundreds of thousands of
Jews. After the war. he was put i"
charge of the operation which
channeled survivors of the d*ath
camps to new homes in the free
world.
"The Jewish people have waited
many years for this opportunity
s uids of .lews from Nazi Germany
and occupied Furope.
When the war ended in Europe,
President Truman sent Dr.
Schwartz and Earl G. Harrison on
i survey tour of the displaced
oersons e imps in the American
Zone of Occupation. Their report
to express their esteem and admiro- wpa tno first comprehensive pres-
tion for Dr. Schwartz." said Mr
Rothberg. "No man is moe rev-
ered for the rescue \> ork he per-
: ied during the Nazi scourge
Hi. people at the con-
v )|| oi s \. h owe
.;, live* to D '' an i
. ttwi with rl ith' wh
l tz. Few
..-.
in Ji u
: iyar lied D '
Isi
ntati >n to the American i>eople on
the plight of Europe's DP. Later,
Dr. Schwartz was called to testify
' fore the Anglo-American Com-
mittee ol Inquiry on Palestine.
where h" urged the establishment
n the H i!y Lan I >! i perm inenl
h less and dii ilae I

...... Schvva'
. | f of the JDC. d
to Israel of
i
.. |
also helped more than 100
i iich h lewish dis ins en
p ,: insl: i" pi '';' irni :,. r; >s Canad in I
' i \ i ('oi 'rs work on

vestment capital into h
'It was ri '
hi il the Isra Bond Org
tion that its program w in ove
whelming accept inc fi **t arid
and began prod i i
give ~ "is ol develoi men! c ip i il
fee Israel's economy"
The growth of the progt im was
ol '"' s, Dr. Schw irt/
was i w irde l -;i I ......i ol Hon v
F mi.....' was decora1
Poland ind Hungary.
In 1950, 11" Schwartz became ex-
" utivi \ ice ch lirman of the l totted
lew h Appeal a post which he
held until 1955 when he became
symbolized by the $217 million in ;,.,, president and chief executive
Bonds -*<>irl in 1967. an the Israel Pond Organ!-
able feat al the time, but on- jation, He led the Bond Organize-
Wh \'i W8S almost matched bv th
lion produced In 1970. If
the Israel Bond Organization is
I poared to seek a r cor I $4C
million in 1971. it is only bei.....
of the pioneering work Dr
Schwartz did in his 15 years as
exi cuti> director he said,
Dr. Schwartz, the i m of B
timore rabbi, at one time seemed
headed for i distinguished ear -
as a scholar and educator, il
Studied at Rabbi Isaac F.I -hanan
Seminary fnow Yeshiva Univer
sit-, and after taking his rtoct ir-
ate it Yale, became an Instruct >i
at American University In Cairo
His field v..k Semitics and S
Literature.
But with anti-Semitism on the
rise Dr. Schwartz was d"wn in-
exorably into the tide of won '
events. He left the ar id< n ic worl '
1 i i"ir the Federation if i
Charities In Bt i ikl< n, moved
ftly to the top of that n
m and In 1988 w as w I
f European opera! '
Hi" American Jewish Join; Distri-
bution Committee
I' iring th? nevt I ;
up rvised the in
relief and welfare pro p- in -
oppressed Jews i- thlrtv
He conferred with the hi B Is "'
virtually every country In Ett
nd with leading statesmen In the
Secret Meetings Of
Jordanians, Arabs
Reported In Beirut
JERUSALEM tJTA) A
number of prominent West Bank
Arabs have reportedly mot se-
eretlv with a similar number of
Palestinians from Jordan in
He irul recently. The partici-
ints, including two former Jor-
ir Cabinet ministers who
are row residents of the West
Bank, were said to have dis-
cussed the future of their terri-
torj and the possibility of estab-
lishing a n w entity Indepen-
dent of King Hussein's regime
in Jordan.
Israeli authorities on the Wi si
Hank prohibit political activities
, ,, ill} any that might be
directed aj ainsl King Hussein,
.,';. | i com s
to Such activities takii
, for. i rn soil, and J
authoriti :n!" B"v
actlvli 8tren '
prl pah stii iai ,s "''"'"'
the i ,n "" '"
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Friday, February 12. 1971
Essay-Art Contest Entry
Deadline Monday, Feb. 22
Subjects and niles of the An-
nual Essay-Art Contest sponsored!
v the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
on and the Zionist Organizations
reater Miami and Hollywood
ivfl been distributed io all Jew-
ish schools of the area. Leonard
ilbert, Bureau president, reported.
The essay subject in the junior
ivision tl'or students in grades 3
o G) is "Jerusalem, Old and
New." The essay subject for the
division (from grades and
pi is, "What My Jewish Educa-
ion Has Done for Me."
The art subjects aie original
osters, drawings, sculpture, and
art objects related to either of
hose subject* Prizes offered lx>th
\ siOns include $25 First Prize,
in Second Prize, and art objects
nd hooks on Jewish life for third.
Fourth and fifth prizes. The dead-
i ntries has been set for
22.
The commit ti e includes Isaac
Pei M;i
!i. anil Gilbert R iport of the
st Dist h Dun-
ind Melvyn B. Fruml >l
if iture u of iiion,
nd Myer Silvcrman, of the S :b il
Objectors Commitl
jud re Mrs R< i Y
i''.) .1 I,- ibson, locai
Dr. Sigmund Fogler, An-
Irea Bi ilolenki, Herbert '/ I Bei -
ger and Dr. Louis Scliwart/man.
Contestants may submit their
original work as an entry for
either or both contests. The essay
rules call for a minimum of 250
words. An entries must be .m orig-
inal drawing, sketch, or painting
no larger than 25x26 inches orl
craft work in other media. De-
cision by 'hi' judges, who will judno .
material on the basis of content.1
creativity, and originality, will be
final.
All boys and girls attending ele-
mentary or high school of the Jew-
ish schools of Greater Miami and
Hollywood are urged to partici-
pate in the contest. Awards will
ho presented at a public meeting
in March. The art work will be
displayed and the two best essays
-I public
The Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion has published a special bro-
rhur \\ ith refi pen i for lx>th
subjects of the eontest. Copies ol
Hi brochure may bo obt lined
' re ni'- offic
Night In Israel' Set
At Royal Bahamian
Samuel Roseman, veteran leader
a- Israel ami active on behalf of'
nany other worthy communal,
ausos. will be honored al a "Night
In Israel" sponsored by the Royal
lahamian Committee for Isra< 1
Bonds, Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. in the
loyal Bahamian Club House. Mi-
ni, a member ol the e\eci-
ive bo ..t ol the Roj al Bahamian
:. s Club, is also active in B'nail
ih and the Knights ol Pythias.
he program will be
Iniil Cohen, ou
morist and star of the enter-
ainment world. Irving Moss Is
i rvii ch til nan of the Royal
Jail nil.all 1- u B il Cot
'Hie Commit!
event includes Mr. and Mrs.
. i Coh n. Mr. and Mrs. Max
tonowitz, Mr. and Mis. Nathan
-'i'svnbei g. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney
Fishman, Mr. and Mis Ha
Friedman, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
rlelman, Mr. and -Mrs. Harry Hel-
nan, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Helman,
Mr. and Mis. Harry Jacobs, Mr.
in 1 Mrs. Victor Kreil/i r. Mr. and
Vlrs, Morris Kulberg, Mr. and Mr-
Simon Lerner, Mr. and Mrs. Irv-
ing Moss. Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Rosen, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Ros. .
man. Miss Lillian Stein, M'.ss
Mary Stein, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
Wachstater, Mr. and Mrs. Sam
sVesr and Mr. and .Mrs. Solomon
^OOlP.
Jtnljrc K<>i Speaker
Miami Beach Municipal Julgc
Zev W. Kogan will be the speaker
when the Men's Club ol Seacoasl
Towt is East meets in the East
Playhouse Sunday at 8 p.m.. Max
Silver-stein, president, has an-
nounced. Judge Kogan, who has
visited a number of countries in
Africa as well as Israel and South
America, is considered an expert
on foreign affairs.
Sochuk C.C.C. Speaker
Levi Sochuk, former executive
director of the Raniah Camps who
pioneered the teaching of Hebrew
in public high schools, will speak
on "New Trends In Jewish Educa-
tion" at 10:30 a.m. Sunday, His
addn ss is part ol Ti mple B Hi
Sbo'i, m's "Coffee, Culture and
Conversation" program under the
chairmanship of James S Knopke.
Seymour Liebman
1st In Jacksonville
Series Of Lecturers
Author, historian and lecturer
Seymour B. Liebman is scheduled
ik on "Who Are The Pales-
tinians"" Wednesday evening in
Ihc first of five lectures sponsored
bv the Jacksonville J. wish Center
on the theme "What You Need
to Know ADOUt the Middle Past."
Rabbi Dov Beret/ Plkms is serv-
ing as chairman of the lecture
series, which is being cosponsored
bv the Jacksonville Chapter of
Hadassah. The lectures during the
remainder of the series will in-
clude Dr. Carl Herman Vos.s. a
Protestant minister; James A.
C'lendin. editor of the Tampa Trib-
une; Moshe Gilboa. consul general
Of Israel for the Southeast Region
ol the United States, and Rabbi
Robert A. Hammer.
Prof. Liebman. known in the
Greater Miami area as a book
critic for The Jewish Floridian
ai.d reviewer for the Miami Her-
ald, Choice, and several historical
journals, edits -Report on Mid-
East," which is publish d by tin'
i i ati i Miami Jewish Federation
and distributed to leading I
5 mth Florida.
Pi :. Lii bman, who- lal st
book. "The Jews in New S
won critical accaim, spoke at a
' lunchi en m of the
Greater Miami Districts of the '/-
-.,--, it ganization of America or,
the topi, "The New Left and Is-
rael." Mr. Liebman is a past pn si-
d< nt ol the Southeast Ri gi
the /.('A.
National Leader Zionist
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LZO Israel Bond Dinner
Purchases Total $656,000
Paying respect to veteran load-
ers for Israel, Mir. and Mrs. Morris
Xcwmark, and responding to an
1 by Dr. Leon Kronish, mem
: the Gn iter Miami I. iboi
t M men! purchased $65 -
thi Saturda)
hi dinner spons ired by the
t-Farband md Pio-
Women Oi u tion,
The Hoi nc 1i Dinil P ill
. i me Mir r
b Mi ir. i U i Si
Israel
nark ii

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Mrs i! ". I"
chi i .....I I' >n pi W n ; s Or-
lion J is ph J /
\l i) h '' Iber: ind
as coch lirnten.
i it!- r itn particip ints in-
cluded Michael Litvak, direel
the Israel Bond Organization, S m
Fi instein, Mrs. Bernard Gingold
Cantor Nico Felcbnan, Dr, Isaac
I Inter man and American Jewish
folk humorist Lew Norman.
Tlie Israel Menorah of State
Ceremonj included Mayshie Fried-
berg is Torch Bearer and Mr and
Mrs. Harry Chaet. Holders of the
Pilot I.iu'lit. Candlelightcrs were
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Feinsteln: Mrs
Id i Cooper; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
I'.iaff: M'\ and Mrs. Joseph Rabin;
Dr and M-_s. Isaac Unterman: Mrs,
Anna Rovinskv and Mrs. Jennie
S 'sin; Rev. and Mrs. Joseoh
Krantz; Mrs Pauline Coviw; Mr
and Mrs. Max H-eht: Mrs. Ida
Denmark; Mr. and Mrs. David
Friedman: Mr. and Mrs. Philip
Kraus: Mr. and Mrs. Israel Hart-
ston; Mrs 1 la Rookspan and Mrs
Rose Maws: Mr i"'1 Mrs .!"< >oh
Kuluva; Mrs Anna Quaker and Young; Dr, and Mrs. Simon Wil-
ira Greenberg; Mr. and Mrs ensky; Mr Abe Rappaport; Mr.
Foscph Cohen; Mr, and Mrs. Na- and Mrs. Joseph Okun and Mr
than Toplin; Mr and Mrs. Hyman and Mrs. Bernard Gingold.
Rabbinical Association
Offers Its Assistance
An offer to cooperate with Met-
ropolitan Dade County officials
in the current crisis concerning
the county jail and prisoners has
been mad.- by the Rabbinical As-
sociation of Greater Miami.
R ibbl So! Landau, president ad-
d essed letter to both M13 r
St, phi n P. ( lark ami Count
ager B ng the
1 mmunity Chap-
laincy
sored by tl Greal
ish Fi ;
bbin i en
1 R
"There are no easy solutions t >
this complex problem" the rabbini-
cal association president note
"However, no effort should '
spared and wo offer 0 ir rcadine.*
in join in thi Is."
Optimists Honor
Ainslee It. Ferdie
The ( !oi 1 Gabli I Iptimisl
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1 ion ni I
esident. A pas
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Saturday night at the Labor Zionist-Farband and Pionoer
Women's Israel Dinner of State in the Fontainebleau Hotel,
the Hon. Simcha Dinitz. (left) one of Israel's leading diplo-
mats, conferred the State of Israel Shalom Award upon Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Newmark. Michael Litvak, director of the
Israel Bond Organization, extended his congratulations.
Workmen's Circle
Groups Meeting
1 11 Ion Branch 28,
el
thdav. at a 9
.. Hotel at 1
11
rangen is in cha
ns.
Dr. Portnoy, prol
History, Florida Atlantic L'ni-
\. rsity, will revi -w The PI dge."
Leonard Slater a book which
reveals thi n le played by Ameri-
an Jews In the establishment of
the state of Israel before the
s p.m. Tuesday meeting of the
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Expressing the "deep il
the association concerning the re- Civil Service Group Meets
cent tragic events at the Dade Herb Goldhagen, vice preside!
County Jail." Rabbi Landau w ntjof the Miami Chapter ol the Ni
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Displaying a few of the items to be auc-
tioned off at the third annual Gulfstream
Chapter of Women's ORT Auction are (from
left) Mrs. Jerry Stein, Mrs. Norman Ciment,
Gulfstream Chapter president Mrs. Michael
Lipsky, cochairmen Mrs. Lawrence Wiener
w
and Mts. Melvin Safra, Mrs. lack Miller. Mrs.
Marvin Weinstein and Mrs. Barry Kutun.
The event is scheduled to beqin at 9:30 p.m.
Saturday, Feb. 20, in the Aden House Yacht
Room, 15600 Collins Ave.
Valentine's Dry Party
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At the Patron Luncheon of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed
lion's Women's Division held recently at the home of Mrs.
Murry Koretzky, (center) 72 women, contributing a minimum
of S500 each, tripled their pledges to the 1971 Combined
Jewish Appeal & Israel Emergency Fund campaign. The
hostess is shown with Mrs. Mendell Selig (left! and Mrs.
Marvin M. Cooper.
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Cedars of Lebanon Hospital Aux-
iliary will hold their first open
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president Mrs. Byron Sparber
announced.
The general public Is Invited to
hear an address by A. H. Dana,
director of the Department of Con-
tinuing Education at the Univer-
sity of Miami, on "Openness and!
Today's Womanhood." with em-'
phasis on how some of women's
new-found freedoms affect per-!
sonality, community attitudes, and]
domestic life.
Program chairman is Mrs. Ted i
Lotterman. Seating is limited and]
space will be available on a "first-
come" basis. i
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Friday, February 12, 1971
Interview With Kurzman,
Author Of 'Genesis 1948'
By SEYMOUR B. I.IKB.MAN
If Dan Kurzman hail come ti)
- area und r the aegis of Israel
onds or one ol our other national
fund-raising tions, his
i nee would have be -:i hailed
tl press and othi r mass
, ii as on the p
i\ n
I i \ i. \. .
ppean
s. Bui
> th Florid I b;
spoki

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rith.
i
un-!
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id scholars to be the
. k or Israel's Wai of I
i ence, and sun: ol the work that
. into '_ i'ii. i :: material for
i'.
in the summer <>i 1966, Mr.
Kurzman, a I n i n ci rn spondent
fur the Washington Post, was do-1
g research on the Middle East
He was shocked i<> realize that
nCthlng comprehensive had been
written on the 1948 war. despite
its great drama and importance to !
Jewish and world history. He de-
ded to undertake the enormous
isl< his tools included a "chedcr"
ducatlon in San Francisco, a de- <
gree in Political Science, plus
j raduate study at the Sorbonne in :
aris following World War II. a |
- lint as reporter for International
S ai other as corre-
lent the Jerusalem Post,
d al fl with l

I
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i." Hi
viev -.'(.
i
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ial.
"In eai Ij 191 7."
revealed, "Zahariah Muheddin told
H that Nasser would have liked
to make peace with Israel, bul hi
ms convinced that he would be
assassinated within four hours if
he signed a lX'ace treaty. Israel
t,ad visions of peace when Nasser
came to power in 1954," he con-
r",nui d. "Hi- was considered a mod-
erate. When his plans for a social
revolution failed, however, Nasser
(bos'! the cheap |>olitical course.
He turned to anti-Israel propa-
ganda, and thus became a prisoner
rf his own chicanery."
In his interviews with West
Bank Arabs. Mr. Kurzman found
that a great majority were ready
to compromise with Israel, but
they feared reprisals from Arab
guerrillas and militants. Both
Arabs and Jews spoke nostalgic-
ally of their former pleasant re-
lationships with each other, but
this line would end abruptly when
he com i sat Ion tui ru d to politics,
: i eve that one of
for pi
Bank Arabs to
thi Ar ib Pales-
rorists v i, by the way,
. x lost much fac in their drub-
\ Mr.
-
Innoei nts," w hich
s Club
Pi Aa ireij n re-
>: Re-
I" reci ived the
: I Aw e
... ... .|
: Israel made upon him dur-
ing his recent visit. Mr. Kurzman
replied that he found them more
devoted to their nation than they
were prior to 1967. They complain
less, fewer speak of possible emi-
gration, and there is greater co-
hesiveness among the various
ments of the population. Their
closeness to annihilation has pro-
inn! a drastic change in their
viewpoint, he believes. They have
found that there are more im-
portant aspects to life than the
mere fulfillment of material de-
sires.
Barry Instructor
Art Award Winner
5ti >r at
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hed I
tratioi
it Ausch-
Thi Srover Cole,
| director of the Miami Art Center;
Bernard Davis, director of the Mi-
| ami Museum of Modern Art: and
Shubert Jonas of the University
of Miami.
Mr. Lynch, a teacher of paint-
ing, design, and drawing, attended
North Carolina State College,
earned his Bachelor of Fine Arts
degree, in Painting and Sculpture
at the University of Florida, and
his Master of Arts degree in Paint-
ing and Art History at the Amer-
ican University, Washington, D.C.
Previous to his affiliation with
Barry, he was art instructor at
Polk Junior College.
Women's Division Of The
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
In accordance with the By-laws of the Women's Division of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation that the names of the cur-
rent nominating Committee shall be published in order to seek
recommendations for nominees for office, we submit that:
MRS. AARON FARR, Chairman
MRS. EDWIN B. OPPENHFIM
MRS. PHILIP THAU
MRS. MYRON SINGER
MRS. IRVING LEHRMAN
MRS. MEYER SHERMAN
MRS. PHILIP PEARLMAN
MRS. RICHARD BRICKMAN
MRS. ROBERT TRAURIG
MRS. SIDNEY M. SCHWARTZ,
previous Chairman
will accept recommendations mailed to them at the Women's
Division, Greater Miami Jewish Federation, 1317 Biscayne
Boulevard, Miami, Florida prior to March 1, 1971. The officers
to be filled are President, five Vice-Presidents, Recording
Secretary, Corresponding Secretary, Parliamentarian and a
Nominating Committee Chairman. They are elected for one
year.
Morton Towers residents responded to the
urgent needs of Israel and contributed more
than S40.000 to the 1971 Combined Jewish
Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund campaign
at the recent dinner meeting which launch-
ed the Morton Towers CJA-IEF campaign.
Mrs. Emanuel Mentz, dinner chairman and
her husband, Mannie" M South Building, are seated. Ben Marcus and
Mrs. Marcus, deft cochairmen South Build-
ing; Morris I. Minov, Mrs. Minov. and Sam
Norkeen, cochairmen of the North Building,
are standing.
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fJmisli Fhrktibtfi
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Clubs And Organization Meetin
JWV Al'MMARIKS
The tolecart at Veterans Hos-
pital wUl be serviced by Pauline
Smith ami Kssie Kolinsky o
Saturday, Everj n l> ckj and P< arl
Herman ol 390 Sunday, Stella
and Sol Upton of |243 Monday,
volunteers from #677 Tuesday and
from 723 Thursday, Feb. 18,
Bonds will be awarded to win-
ners ol the Norman Brace Brown
Poster Cont< bI al the joint Post
and Auxiliary Brotherhood pro-
gram Tu sday evening, 1601 W,
Flagler St.
Marraj Solomon #S4S >vill hold
its Lucky Number Night at Mi r-
k !" m stration Seho >l Tut s-
B'i nh Women will meet at 1 pm
i the American Savings
ami Loan facilities al Alton and
Lincoln Roads, Program uioludes
a skll titled "And No One Asked"
ai d songs by Fran Shriber.
MIZBACH1 WOMEN
Tu B'Sheval will be celebrated
by H itikvah Chapter ol Mizrachi
women at the chapter's card par-
tj and social in Kneseth Israel
Congregation, Euclid Avenue and
14th Street, Thursday, Feb. is at
l p.m., Mrs. Pearl Kolko,
I in. has announced.
The Geula Chapter of Mizrai hi
Won* n will hold its Tu B'Sh< vat
presi-
!aj \ ixill ii pi sidi nt Mrs ji celebration Wednesday, Feb. 24, al
dith I'll" be hoi ored for hi r
servii and leadership at Thurs-
day i Awards Nil
: irant, C
Miami it. i h %uxiUarj
holding its itm mbei ship pai ly at
1 n Hall
F> h. 18. lies
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18.
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busini \ letor ::.
i i pdm in
Home F. loi S&l !:
ill Rol bins, pi sident, will
presi
North Shore -t77 will hold a
: i ii \'< tei ins i [ospital
Saturday. Mis. Libbie Cohen, pres-
ident, will preside at Monday's
board meeting in the Chase Fed-
eral on Arthur < ;< dfrey Ro id, and
a fund-raising card party will bi
held Wednesday at 12:30 p.m. in
the Croydon Arms. 3720 Collins
Aw.
A breakfast meeting ili !> held
Sunday ;>t 990 a.m. in Temple
Tlfereth Jacob. Hialeah for nom-
ination of 1971-7-' ofiic rs for
Illnl.-ah-Minmi Springs 3HI. Mrs.
Lillian Newman, president, will be
presiding.
Mrs, Shirley Ti e prei id i I
will preside at the Wednesday
business meeting ol Harrj
h'-n | 11;. w hieh the
inati ins m ill In' Ivld
Sin : i nmunity < tenter.
Second nominations for 1!
... \i Hi B|sa I"' held bj < oL
David Marcus | *!". which will be
be meetii I iy ""' al
il ispil i"- l I'teria
/ si 5 i- presi-
WOMEN'S LBAOPE tr ISRAEL
Lincoln-Miami Beach Chapter,
Women's l^igm for Israel, will
i al 12:30 p n. 1 lesd ij In thi
100 Lin. oln Rd, Club Room. The
roi ram will Include a review ol
.ester Velie's book "Count Down
n the Holy Land," by Mi- Al
am Magid.
A gam s party has b i n -
i i Ida Chapter, Women's
cague for Israel at Its 12:30 p.m.
Thursdaj F b. 18, meeting in tl
orta 1 s Auditorium at I
West Ave., Miami Beach.
B'N VI B'Bl Ml WOMEN
The Eli anor Roosevelt Chapti i
U'nai B'rith Women wdl meet at
the Central 'Y,' xr>00 SW 8th St.,
Wednesday at 8 p.m. Guest speak-
er will be George Bernstein, who
will report on the status of Soviet
Jewry and many phases of Anti-
lefamatton League activity.
The meeting of B'nal B'rltn
Chanter and Lodge of Coral Ga-
bles Tuesday at 9:15 p.m. will
feature a pane: dissuasion on
Brotherhood in observation of
Brotherhood Week. Kev. v. Neil
Wyrlck of Plymouth Congrega-
tional -Church will moderate the
i.seussion on -Less Talk More
Cooperation More Action" by Dr.
Maxwell Berger of Temple- Za-
niora. Kr. Frederick Wass, St
IjjuU Catholic Church, and Rev.
dward T. Graham, who is also a
Miami C;t\ Commissioner, panel-
its. Mrs. David Sachs is chairman
I the -vent, which will be held
.ii the Hillel Foundation on the
University of Miami campus.
Hatikvah Chapter #1143, B'nai
8 p.m. in Beth Israel Congrega-
tion, 770 10th St., Miami Beach.
PIONEER WOMEN
1 neer Women Club ~_> has
[ular meeting in the
ington Fi deral, 1234 Wash-
i Ave., at 1 p.m. Monday
Frances Packar, president,
Proci i iis ol iis Feb. 20
' Royal I {in.
'.' staurant hoi Rose K itz
cus will go to ili"
Fund. R bbi
Beth Ki
ill In -; sp aker for the 6:30
Kam
i i Chapt f Pioneei
a V ednesday
I part) iii
i i ; .
L'.'IT M i Coral G
Jen s an-
tesses will also in-
clude Mi A Ii Ii Lex ine and Mrs.
Yi l; :st.
gs
to the Jade Winds Chi pt .
meeting in the T iwi r ol Jatl
Wind. Complex, 1750 NK HJlst
St., North Miami Beach at 12 ii
p.m. Thursday. Feb. 18.
The Ci ngn ss Story with high-
lisdits of the Louise Waterman
Wise Youth Hostel in Jerusalem"
will be the topic discussed at the
8 p.m. Thursday. Feb. is, meeting
of the Mar Len Chapter of Amer-
ican Jewish Congress in the Audi-
torium of Mar Len Gardens, 16801
NE 13th Ave., North Miami Beach.
Membership Award
Week For Hadassah
The Miami Chapter of Hadassah
groups Who have achieved 90'. of
their re-enrollment goal will re-
ci ive their membership awards at
the chapter's board meeting Mon-
day in the Hinder Baldwin Audi-
torium. Mrs. Morris Herman, pres-
ident, has announced.
Mrs. Arthur Grossman, mem-
fa si lip \ lei pn sident, will present
;- to \\ ,\ a, Chai, Ein Ki
Albert Einsti in. Inn. Kadima, Ma-
sada, Ma; im, Mi :."i ah,
-. Naomi, Ramah,
im c in en, I !li anor Roosi velt, Tik-
i and ('haim Wi izman
Groups, through w h .-
Chapter is now eligible for the
Maxi-Mem Membership Awards
distributed by the national Ha-
ih oil ice.
'Water Pollution' Luncheon Topic
"Wai : will be the
i'.i lii Sholom, al 11 a.m. Wi dm
day. acoor ling to an anm i
men! bj Mrs. Meyer Kotlci Sis-
terhoi I lent.
Mrs. Eli M. Lurie, an active
anti-pollution campaigner who
was indoctrinated into this \ital
present day problem by her hus-
band, a professional consulting en-
gineer who made an extensive
study oi the local sewage sys-
tems, will address the group.
i
i for th
town s curr ni
Unit 1 the Le gue i
and an Officer
the Si i '; le Asso !
well as member of the S
hood lo ird.
Thi i vill take place i
thi Sisti ho id I oungc ol 'l
Beth IM! Chase Avi
i Beach, and is open
public.
AMERICAN JEWISH 'ORES8
"Louise Waterman Wisi
Hostel, Israel one of the con-
tributions of Women's Division of
American Jewish Congress in
Words ami Film" will lie presented
12th Annual Fete Du Soleil
The Fete Du Soleil Burdine's
American Cancer Society benefit
luncheon-fashion show at the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel Monday is fea-
Youth turing music by Broadway's Tobic
Lynn, and will have opera star
Marguerite Piazza as the guest ol
honor. Theme of the extravaganza
is "Concept '71."
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Cchen, Mrs. Marlene Kalchman, Mrs. Carol Belchman, Mrs.
Lillian Stuiman. Mrs. Barbara Bloom, Miss Ethel Tark and
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Friday, February 12, 197!
Elaine Aronovitz, Fiance Plan Summer Wedding
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney M. Arono- Elaine Richman Aronovitz. to
,.". 301 Shore Dr. Bast, announce Gene Kenneth Glasser. son of Mrs.
t>. ,.. i mrm of their daughter, Melvin (lillmau. 1800 San Souei
Blvd.. North Miami, and Seymour
Glasser of Atlanta, Ga.
The brffle-elect, granddaughter
of pioneer Floridians Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Aronovitz of Key West, Is
a i, acher at K< ndale Elementary
School. Shi- graduated from C
Gabli.- Senior High School, attend-
ed the University of Georgia, and
obtained her degree in Elementary
Education from the University of
Florida, where she was a member
oi Delta Phi Epsilon sorority and
Phi Kappa Phi national honorary.
Mr. Glasser. who is pres-
ently enrolled in the University of j
Florida's College of Law, gradu-
ated from Miami Beach Senior I
High School and received a degn e
in Accounting from the University
of Florida. He was a member of
Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity and ol
Beta Alpha Psi accounting hon-
oi ary.
.....ipl is planning a
hut wodd
EUfNI R. ARONOVITZ
Leading members of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish community who will serve on the Com-
mittee of Hosts for the All-Israel Fashion
Shew Luncheon which will be one of the
highlights of the International Israel Bond
Inaugural Conference were entertained at
a brunch meeting at the home of Mrs. Leon-
ard Rosen, recently. Shown here, from lefl
are Mrs. Hilda Leibo, director of the National
Women's Division of Israel Bonds; Mrs. Jack
Kateman, Chairman ot the Committee of
Hosts the Hon. Simcha Diniiz, political ad-
visei lo Prime Minister Golda Meir; Mrs.
Jccob Riikin, who will be honored at the
luncheon, and Mrs. Leonard Rosen, c.
i of the Women's Division of the C.
Miami 1 iel ms I Oi | inization.
MAKCY ANNt MiUIR
Millers Announee
Marey's Engagement
Mr. and Mrs. Howard H. Miller.
10021 E. Broadview Dr.. Miami
Eeach. announce the engagement
ol their daughter. Marcy Anne, to
Brian Edward Lev is, son of Mrs.
Daphne Lewis of Beveily Hills..
Calif., and tile late Sidney Charles
Lewis.
The Uide-elecl graduated from
Miami Beach Senior High School
end George Washington Univer-
sity and also attended school in
London. Her fiance, a former resi-
dent of London, was educated at
StOWe and is a member of the So-
i ;. ,)t Chartered Accountants of
Great Britain. He i- pi, s ntly as-
sociated with a CPA firm in Los
Angeles, Calif.
The wedding date has been set
foi May 1.
Kobyn Somberg To
15*- A June Bride
Robyn Dale Somberg's n
' nnnt to Barry Allen Goldberg has
'.in announced by her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Somberg.
1529 Mercado, Coral Gables. The
wedding is scheduled to take place
it the Plaza Hotel June 20.
A student at the University of
South Florida, the bride-elect is
a graduate of Coral Gables Senior
High School, where she was a
member of Future Teachers of
America and Para-Med. historian.
Her fiance, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Moses Goldberg of Charles-
ti n. S.C., graduated from Rivers
High School and the University of
|Georgia. He Is presently enrolled
in Tuski g< i Institute Veterinary
School, and is a member of the
' Jr. American Veterinarian Medical
1 Association.
The bride-elect's grandparents
are Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Syman
and Mr. and Mrs. Philip Somberg;
Mis. Reba Soloman and Joseph
L. Goldberg of Charh-ston. S.C.,
are the prospective groom's grand-
I arents.
Nechama Hellman, To Wed
Fred Silver man March 30
The engagement of Nechama
Hellman to Kphraim iFredi Sil-
vi i man has been announced by
I her parents. Rabbi and Mrs. L'ri
Hellman of Brooklyn N.Y. The
; rabbi is principal of Beth Jacob
Seminary for Girls in New York.
The prospective bridegroom, son
of Mrs. Sara Silverman. 2320 S\V
15th St.. is a rabbinical student at j
Telshe Yeshivah in Cleveland, i
I Ohio. The wedding is scheduled to '
take place in Brooklyn March 30. '
Eisenstats Announcing Daughter Suzanne's Engagement
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Eisenstat. ion ol Mr. ani
5 Island Ave., Miami Beach, an- i
nouno their daughter Suzanne's Beach,
engagement to David Jay Guidon.
Dr., North
A
Senior High Scho I. the bridi -to-
be is presi ntly si n ing a- ifl
managi ..... Ho i Inc., Miami
Beach, Nou assi iatcd with his
fathei in the buildine b isii i s
live bridi
h m Ni High Sch
ing, I !.. N Y. ai d tin Ut
sity ol V at : i am d t:
Bronze Si '
the Ai
min' servii as a Fit it la- iti n
ant in Vii tnam.
The c i] '' i lai s to be man ti d
i i August,
'Kum-Zits' Planned For
High School Students
ld-wintei it i
R ibhi iocpti V. Go finki
l i.- Bi th Moshe, 13630 W '
va.-iv held r Kum-Z ts for
student* which pi i
ssful that he has nov ~ rh I-
. i me for high school idi ts
: ml their
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Feb. 26. it has been announced.
Mi mbers and their guests will
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Harold Taylor and Mrs. Sam
Smith are serving as cochairmen
of the evi nt; Mis. Marshal Rosen-
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(- AND LIVE A LOT)

It's happening in the new Miami
Beach. Where your new life be-
gins... Park Towers! Bordering
ovely mile-long Lummus Park.
Situated on over 300 feet
of oceanfront. A 25-story
andmark all Miami
will look up to!
Here's the most j, L
neighborly
neighborhood of
'hings to do, places
to go, people to meet.
Everything in walking
lip?
distance ... famed Lincoln Road
Mall and downtown Miami just
minutes away.
Let us show yen all the features.
floor plans, facts. Then
-come jom the great
--. South Beach revo-
Bp lution for a
W -. lot of living!
Spacious terraces, sliding glass doors
Big, lighted walk-in closets
Controlled air conditioning and heating
Wall-to-wall carpeting
Large dressing area in 1-bed apts.
All-electric GE kitchens
Eat-in kitchens, fluorescent lighting
17-ft. frost free, top ond-bottom refrig.
. Americana eye-level built-in range
Master, TV antenna outlet
1
Park Towers
OCEANFRONT CONDOMINIUM APARTMENTS
501 Ocean Drive. Miami Beach. Fla. Phone (305) 672-1980
A full block on the ocean 5th to 6th St.
4-high-speed elevators in each building
Laundry and storage rooms on every floor
Trash disposal chute on every floor
Theatre-auditorium for entertainment
> Card lounges
i Billiards lounge
> Exercise-rooms for men and women
i Sauna rooms tor men and women
> Club, hobby and meeting rooms
i Wide, wide sandy beach at your doorstep
i Spacious sun-deck overlooking ocean
> Heated pools fresh and salt-water
i Shuffleboard courts
i Near movies, theatres, civic centers
> Close to tracks, sports, fishing sightsee-
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Walking distance to all shopping, banks,
synagogues, churches
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Friday, February 12. 197
I :',"
_
. jy4Loitt p^coplc and places <, .
THIKTKI.N IS A !.l (KV M MHKK?
Happy and Davida Levy with their children,
Lisa, Joel and Robby, a nephew, a niece, and
the Herbert Buckw ilda and their four children
went off t" Aspen, Colo., ror skiing. They had >
perfect week of fun. Then, ;>t the top of the most
eous mountain with her instructor at her
Davida went Hum:' She broke her leg,
spent foui days in the hospital, then cast and all.
. nth,!, and all 13 of them went on
t0 ... y B ich, Calif., as planned. They golfed
then lead of skiing, all but Davida. Sh
c -!. with >.\ more weeks to go. L
.,, |,, ... the next time > tu see her; Hubert
is on it, Hut even that is
.1 th ttin i n eg for, is ;;'.'
ANOTHER VIOHT, ANOTHER DINNER
Pemple Beth Sh ilom's annu il
I Jev .:. App t, was a lot ol fun
,1 money raiser, The host and hosl
wei Harrj Smith a- Il-of-a-wifi
lyn a blonde dess with a cl
vn. Instead of hei
i | .m,l there
i red Irving
. : -' T
; ol thi
D.C.. Yi huda Avi
: P
i b; Golda Mi Sylvia's
he ii pti in.
... |j can talk, loud and to th
ix>int. He h ip ri I I ..... an exo llenl
been, ni>bo ly co
i spe tkers I
'.
Among the hundrc Is of | h< re were
and Mrs. Norman Arkin .on! the Jules Ark-
ins, Mr. and Mrs. Da', id Muskat, Mr. and Mrs.
Michael Mereel, Mr. and Mrs. .lack Abbott, Mr.
and Mrs. Milton Nussbaum, Mrs. Carlyn Rose
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Rubin, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin
Cooper, Temple Beth Sholom's Rabbi and Mrs.
Loon Kronish, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Loring, Mr.
and Mrs. Aaron Karr, Mr. and Mrs. James
Knopke, Dr. and Mrs. Robert Rosen, Mr. and
Mrs. Irwin Teplis, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Shapiro.
Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Berkson, Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Zinn, Mrs. Betty Malakoff, Mr. and Mrs
Da id Drucker and Mr. and Mrs. Allan Wilson.
A DOG SHOW
Mimi (Mrs. Bernard) Abel took her two
to the show at Palm Beach. Lei me get tins
straight. They're Egyptian dags, Afghan 'I al-
ways thought that was a cover) Hounds, the o!d-
bre< il of d.) known to m in records of thi m
cm IK- found in the K yptian tombs of the Phar-
aoh-, she tel i Thi ir n im are D
Gamila of Banbet ind Cleopatra Gamila uf Ban-
b. I (hut th nes ire Lili and C
I.da w in th h held on the beach.
The judges rs and s!%i pants
It w g down to 30 in Miami that day, so Mimi
> blue jeans under her mink coat She
v> isn't I "> cold, she said, for she had just come
back from Swit rland, where it really gets chil-
back from Switzerland, ivh re is really g<
, hilly.
NEXT DOOR NEIGHBORS
... plays the dairyman's wife
jn .,.-. n the 1 of." went to Hen and B
Dickstcin's house for dinner. The paper gave her
erl ,ce a wonderful write-up. But to the
steins Fiitzie isn't th actress that every-
. talking about. They appreciate her
ts but to them she is the neighbor who
lived next door in New York.
THE* WENT AROUND THE WORM)
The Essens went around th world, but before
tneJ talk : the Inter sting situations they
encountered, Hazel just has to tell about Elena,
her grandchild, the daughter of Richard and
i Essen, i listen to all grandmothers tx -
se I know in a l\ ince thai l will be the abso-
n 0f ,n. Yesterd ly 1 asked .'ere and
Sh iley how many canvras they had and if they
nditi in, .lane will be here s ion, I
to have a I ip
-., all th that a new
thei
: k< Hi n i
ns ......m
., ... :,-, cultures in various
! '
" I on 1
[ saw H: ...... :
His s I can
.'.m
So I felt i
t spending 1
'
; Bon ii i i
which was bo true c nent.
One of the nv moors of the Shah's cabinet wrote
thai he wanted his wife to come to America to
". the culture and the language, and he sa I
ho would only entrust her t" the Essens. Her
name i, S iroy Bchboudi and she Ls here now.
The daughter of one of the governors of one of
the provinces, she has never been in this country
before and everything Is completely now to her.
Hut she could hive a style show all by herself
with her Paris gowns, and she's learning the
culture and the language quickly and well.
THERE WAS A REUNION
It was a Maimonides Hospital reunion at the
Sti I :, Hotel. (The Maimonides was the Israel
l! is I il in Brooklyn when Pansy Flaum founded
it y i.) Mr. and Mrs. Xeinkin were there
and Mrs, Kay Michaels. Then Pansy went on to
1 ... to visit Dr. Mirk Brown and his
wife Julia and their three daughters. (Mark
used to live in Miami; he was an outstanding
athlete at the Uni Miami > When P
all the women in her fam-
ilj max! skirts with her own gifted hai
Lawrence Schatzman, generol manager of Neiman M
h opened in Bal Harboui la^t month, chat-
wife. Miriam (left) and E!da Rcmamch before the atari
"Point of View" Fashion Show, staged fcr the bei
.The show, held at l
for the- of I '<
tbilities Classes, and moie than 900 fashion
iut lor Ihi '
jraiiccs
.-L.-/11H,
Sidor Belarsky And Shmuel Fershko To Give Performance
TAKE A FLORIDA
CRUISE BREAK
SAIL MARCH 6th
OH CUNARD'S FRIENDLY
FRANCONIA
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The well-known singer Sidor! The s p.m. performance, the
Belarsky and Israeli composer
Shmuel Fershko will 1m featured
only on of its kind this season in
the Great 1 Mian I area, will also
feature the entire 100-member
Farband Ensemble and scores of
other entertainers, according to
Lebediker Branch president Jo-
seph P. Zuckerman.
During Mr. Kelarsky's recent
concert lour, he visited Israel, and
was the personal guest of that
nation's l'ri ildi n< Zalman Shazar.
Tickets for the event, which is
expected to attract some 3,800
music lovers, are available at thei
Miami I'.each Auditorium box of-1
fice, Abe Rappaport, president,,
and Celia Gottlieb, secretary, re-
port.
,______________________
Book Discussion Group
The Great Jewish Book Discus-
sion Group will meet Thursday,
F( b. IS, at 2 p.m. in Miami Beach
Public Library. 2100 Collins Ave.
"Maimonides: Guide for the Per-
plexed" will be discussed.
in the gala concert sponsored by
the Lebediker Branch, Farband
Labor Zionist Order in the Miami
Beach Auditorium Saturday eve-
ning, Feb. 20.
The OPERA GUILD of Oruttr Miami
prenen fj
A SPECIAL EXTRA
MATINEE PERFORMANCE
SUNDAY, FEB. 21, 1971
2:30 P.M. Dads County Auditorium
TICKETS NOW ON SALE: $5.00; 6.S0; 7.S0
CALL OPERA GUILD OFFiCE: 3)7-8481 OADE COUNTY AUDITORIUM 642-9061
GREATER MIAMI CANCER LEAGUE
of the
AMERICAN MEDICAL CENTER
(formerly J.C.R.S.)
Annual Garden Party-Bazaar
POOLSIDE BOX LUNCHEON
(Fried Chicken, Cole Slaw, Rolls, Cake and Soda)
ENTERTAINMENT SURPRISE GUESTS ...
SPECIAL GUEST: PEPPY FIELDS
BAZAAR Lots of exciting NEW MERCHANDISE-Bargain *
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 21st Starting at 12:00 Noon
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(Miami Beach Side of Toil Gate
"S" or "L" buses will take you to the door).
DONATION $3.00 Per Ticket
OUR CANCER PATIENTS WILL BE ETERNALLY GRATIS
For Information and Tickets, Call
FRIEDA and PHIL EISENBERG 223-1898
HAZEL and GEORGE TOOKER 223-0416
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2 Rabbis To Receive Miami Post Office Cohen To Be Honored
Helping Hand Awards j^Siirat'prSgrani At Scholarship Ball
Two Dnde County rabbis will he
tnoredj for their leadership roies
securing record number ol
..* ,-
SBBSBJ I
'">, -<**
SAGS) AUXANDER GROSS
|. ,i u Israel thi i i(?h the
i .. r i Mogen Dovid I
trae] n in > ceremonies at 10 j
[m, Sui 11> il Hi '' '' Vl
L h< hrr-w Academy, 2400 Pine
free l> M imi Beach.
Rabbi I > Rozencwaig, spirit-.|
i,i iea lor i the Cuban Heb i w
Dngrei iti m : Miami, and R ib i
s in: i S Gross, principal ol
Gr Mi imi Hi bn Aca I-
n\, il receive the n iti
il ind award of the Am t-
I on p ,: D 11 I >r I<:;i 'I
is tli Vn ie in a igcney "' ,v,f"
en Da Adorn, Israel's of-
ial R prviec
|Dur two new
inul b di '- cated
h> I I. Th
n ..',...
'' ii and
: S I-
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I
L o (hi I i
ition,
nti n
tted Health Foundation
^thers Kidney Crisis Data
|n ri*sp kuest ol the University <>i Ml
iifiei,\l Kidney Center, a n
: was held by a numU'r ol Dade
iilth organizations attempting
| deti rmine the scope ol the lm-
idfalte crisis and the community
[ilitii s available to met It,
|The United Health Foundation,
lich Dr. Km ret t Shocket serves
, president, and the Coniprehen-
Irc Health Planning Council were
pmnns-sioni'd to gather additional
jta needed to solve the emergen-
k situation and help cope with the
Jnt? range programming and
pdgeting problems. The Founda-
oii is the health planning and
k-ogram coordinating agency ol
he United Fund.
ambul ii ,-alued at some $35,-
I l hr igh the American R. d
Mogei i tovld f >r Israel.
R ib! i II be honon
his pi :.- lit mi to the
which i
G ti
for
I H
fi-si
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coo
.\ .. ; M
k, as-
... ,
1
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I >
stai of Ne\'
lirec
or I i ct O f B'nai B'
hi then ii clu led all ol
York New 1 and
. i ,| i.
Rabhi S T S\virsk\ of Bi th
i r E, M. Dunlap re-
M stal employees
will i articip >i in the mosl n i\ '
approach ever developed t i curb
the mail flov I ;uall: i enti d
adverl semen*s to mj resident
- i io rece ve sii"h
n
1, c
-. "Pand
tted by
pirt of the
Posi i it ion /
' ; i i
il
stin'j thai
Josi ph Cohi n, a past president
oi Temple Emanu-EI, will be hon-
on .1 at the Miami Beach congre-

dcte 'mini
fits th(
.
1 p
nail
law's n m of a
nted Iver ----- n1 II il does
the envelo]...... cover must l>
marked with an inscription that
the c ntents include sexually-orl '
entcd -i natter, and h( ,
must refrain from sending such
mattei to ny p?rson whose name
has been on the Postal Service lisl
for .'10 da> s or more.
M lilers may purchase the lisl
from the Postal Service al a serv-
ice charge the Postal Servict
'. n s y to d fray the cost
of pre: nin- md mnintninins the
rhis list cannot be sold or
Ie is '1 for any other purpose.
rei Ivii pi......s
h tl nil which a

w ...
.....I iver to
: .
JOSEPH H. COHEN
gation's Lehrman Day School
Scholarship Ball March 13 in the
FYiedlanri Ballroom.
Mr. Cohen, who will be cited
for Ins lifelong efforts in behalf of
Jewish i ducation, is a past pti si-
dent <>f the Bureau of Jewish Ed-
ucation and of the Jewish National
Fund in Greater Miami.
Shore Unit Sets Annual
Luncheon-Fashion Show
The announcement of bis si l< c-
was madi l>\ Samuel N.
Fried land, chairman of the board
if Temple Kmanu-KI. anil Robert
L. Blum, general chairman <>l the
ilarship ball, who pr >mis I
lhal this ;. ar's blai k-tie dinni r-
ciance i venl ill be an i <
. with the i
phasis on reo u I ni nl
iol.
An effoi 'hoi
school, which is
i
by the Cansen in
the entire So
ii initi-
Mr.
in.
Honors
Irving Cov il '......';i
has i tirrn in ol a
\ Hi. 'S Si il i Ball.
Dr. Irving Lehrman, rabbi <>f
T, m| I Emanu-EI, praised his
on .i' gation for n cognizing the
responsibility of all ol US to
continued development ol Jewish
ducation in the face ol steadily
mounting costs. "Unfortunately, it
is true." he said, "thai even those
who pay full tuition cover only
one-third of the cost of the child's
education."
Wometco Theatres

RABBI DOW R0ZE.JCWAIG
g Games-' ird Vmv\\
William Chit
Sfl v setts Club of C> iti
II
(I ard : ."ii nip in
the B i Wrc H tel, 6515 Co'lins
. ve., Miami Bi ch, al 8 30 p. n.
Thursday
. ition v.i
in th 'M Ra,>"
S non Schiff, dii I the
nunily Chaplain S -n .ce "
wno win i wnt members of the Dr. Fein Yivo Speaker
New Americ in Social Club.
Natalie Kaler, new president of
the Cuban Hebrew Congregation;
Wiiliam G. Mechanic, honorary
life president of Beth Jacob; May-
or Jay Dermer of Miami Beach
and other dignitaries will also
take part in the pro-ram. which
Is free and open to the public.
Mr Reinhord said.
' The Shore Unit of the Papani-
miaou Cancer 1 irch Institute
will h ild its mnual lunch in al
, | Feb 2 Fon-
e for th
lunc i on "An Afternoon al

A b> C
I
; ; .v I! i l i
ip.
M-:.
' tis 1
... C lunter-
... -i 5, in-
Mrs. Harold Schofel, Mrs
W irren Goldman, Mrs. Jennie Mil-
ler, Mrs. Jack Gold and Mrs. Abe
Kin'4.
DUST1N
HOffMAM
Pan3'.iSKXi* fechru o M' GPj <
2322ia'E!EEfl
tl.Ci'Nl BIVD I
...... "tie I LmmmmJ
CATHERINE OENEUVE
FRANCO NERO
Dr. Isaac Fi In, professor emeri-
tus of Jewish Historv at Baltimore
College of Jewish Studies, will be
the guegl speaker al the weekly
Yivo Forum in Temple Beth Sho-
lom Saturday at p.m. His subject
will be Three Hundred Years of
Jewish History in America Its
Meaning And Import."
Valentine Day Brunch
The Four Winds Social Club
will hold a Valentine Day Brunch
in tin ir club room Sunday. Moc
'.ipkin. vice president in charge of
; entertainment, has announced. A
note il accordionist will provide the
musical entertainment. Ceil Yuloff
Is the club's president.
RESPONSIBLE YOUNG
LADY
Working in bank, desires private
sleeping room in SW area, kitchen
privileges. References exchanged.
274-8928 alter 6 p.m.-Linda
DOG
RACING
POST TIME 8:00 PM
FEATURING THE
A r Ryan's
Filmed by ^^
David Lean MJ
lighter
(JOBERTMITCHUM TREVOR HOWARD
... PH V iHNMILtS
IFOMcKE-RN SARAH N* I
gp ssy
Melvyn Douglas
Gene Hackman
I Never
Sang
For My Father'

Spec )i IhmkwI
No Pisses
dor Sholom Katz, intema-
mally known lyiic tenor, will
| present a concert at Agudath
\ Israel Institute, 7801 Carlylo
iafAve., Miami Beach, at 8 p.m.
s^' Sunday. Feb. 21. He will also
chant the liturgy for the Sab-
f bath morning services Feb. 20,
jccording to Dr. Isaac Hirsh
Ever, the spiritual leader.
OOC TRACK-----------------
ce. .omissio*-. ciuiHOusfs.oo
fo, ..-.- RtJSK
t,owa.d Count, 0,. everyDodys going to the nogs..
-mofMM-^StirosiwsTMm
New 4now un iiage in PMIH
Yiddish Singing Sensation HARRY POST Internotionol
Singing Star, JOAN WHITE and Musical Comely Wiiord
Al WEiSS (The Wyatts) Icon Schacter and Gitel Stein
in New Comedy.
ON SCREEN: IDA KAMINSKY. HARRY BEIAFONTE &
Tro mMtci In "M/:t| lemur"
STAGE SHOWS 3:ftfl-fi:00-S;00
, MATINEE
$1 TILL PHONE EVENING
"JAUNTY, HAPPY
AND SUNNY!
A harbinger of
spring! Endearing
and deliriously
sentimental!"
Mayerson, Cue Magazine
"LOVABLE,
LAUGHING!
Yuda Barkan's
performance a
showpiece!"
Winsten, N.Y. Post
CINEMA
al
6 P.M. 531-6202
$1.75
MESAMEM GCLAN'S
XX^PO!
EASTMANCOLOR A CANNON REiEASE
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Friday, February 12. 197I
Attorney First Lecturer
In Temple Menorali Series
! in M. Belli, will be the firsl
- m aker for the Temple
w rah lecture series Sunday.
AlfLV/N M. UIU
I- 21, it 8 p.m. A prolific author
whose works include many vol-
imes ii S.i\ lei law, he will speak on
February 'USO Month'
In recognition of the organiza-
tion's 30th anniversary, Metro's
Mayor Stephen P. Clark has pro-
claimed the month of February as
Si I Month" Accepting the proc-
lamation on behalf of the Miami
and Homestead USOs was Ret.
VI,ii I. J. Stephens, president of
the USO Council of Dad" County.
The local I'SO serves more than
30.000 servicemen annually with a
Dade County team of 350 volun-
teers under the direction of the
ll'i executive director, Tom
Butler.
the subject "The Legal Status of
Soviet Jews' and will discuss the
current problem of Jews in Rus-
sia and American reaction 11 their
treatment.
The promin"nt attorney who re-
cently offered to defend the Jews
who were accused in the Lenin-
grad trials, and has been named a
member of a legal panel to be
present at anj future "show
trials" which may take place any-
where in the Soviet Union, will
assess the measures taken by
Americans in their attempt to
bring aid to Soviet Jewry in his
presentation.
The second speaker in the lec-
ture set les will be Pierre S ilingei.
former press secretary to Presi-
dents John F. Kennedy and Lyndon
B Johnson. His subject will be
"The President and The Pr is
A Cr dibilit) Gap?" Mr. Salingei
who wrote the best selling novel
"With Kennedy" will appear at
Temple Menorah Monday evening,
M rch 1.
The last two lectures will deal
with the family breakdown In
America and with American sup-
port to Israel. Sunday evening.
March 7. Dr. Allen Rutchik, Ph.D.
a clinical psychologist with the
Community Mental Health Clinic
in Miami, will speak on the sub-
ject "The Vanishing American
Family." Dr. Rutchik has exten-
sive experience with youth since
he has served as Director of United
Synagogue for the past decade.
"How Long Will the U.S. Sup-
port Israel?" will be the subject
of Irvin Schindler, who will be the
last speaker Sunday evening March
14. Mr. Schindler. who was In-
strumental in establishing Israel's
air force in 1948, is presently con-
sidered an 'Xpert on the Middl
Cast, maintaining his old ties with
the leaders >f Israel todav.
United Order Of
True Sisters Sets
Fun Night' Social
'I'll. United i rder >t True Sis-
ters, Miami 13, has scheduled a
"Fun Nite" social event In the
Hibiscus Auditorium Nat up
g 30 p.m., v. ith music and
t,unn-rrt bj Syd Lev is and her
orchestra, according to an an-
nouncement made by Mrs. Max
Ruthfield, president.
Tickets for the event are avail-
able through Syd Lewis, Eve Bar-
chan, So; hia Lee and Jean B
Proceeds of all their fund-raising
efforts go to support the battle
against canci r, particularly the
maintenance ol the cancer unit ut
Variety Children's Hospital.
The Chapter will hold its IStli
birthday party at Hibiscus Audi-
torium, 955 Alien ltd.. Monday at -
noon, honoring 12 past presidents
and two foundeis.
The Founders to be i
are Mrs. LeeJacol s and Mrs. Elsie
Frank. Pasl presidents Mrs. Mal-
colm Roth. Mrs. Fred Fuller.
Fiances Friedman. Mrs. Harold
i Brown. Mrs. Kdruund Lewis, Mrs,
Edward Lewis, Mrs. Morris Wcin-
berg, Mrs. Joseph Barchan, Mrs.
Max Ruthfield. Mrs, A! Shep-
paid. Mrs. Nona Traven and Mrs.
Arthur Lee are also being honored.

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Locking pleased over the success of the Pioneer Women's
luncheon at the Deauville Hotel on behalf of the 1971 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund campaign, are
Mrs. Milton Green, (right) president of Pioneer Women, M:s
Burtcn R. Levey, '.leff and Mrs. Max Hearshen, guest speak-
er at the event.
Sisterhood Meeting Set
'.. s. Sh Ion Lei 'hui .
Menorah Sis
I
n. bership meetin at 1-' 30 p.m j I Sk It Ik m
I i -.! ij In the Crims i d entertain!
ih, 7435 'i
Bench \ ; i I I i
served, E!a '.'.
npanied bj .
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M. Schwumch'tld, Director
College Preparatory School
GRADES 9-12 POST GRADUATE
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Faculty-Student ratio 1 to 7 Supervised Study Help
Individualized Scheduling Stress on Fundamentals
Remedial and Progressive Programming
Cultural, Athletic and Recreational Programs
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Mrs. M. Berger Tel. (305) 531-0403
The Keyes Company, Realtors,
honored Donna Helene Kern as
'Associate of the Quarter' for
the Miami Beach office during
the company's recent quarterly
sales meeting. One of the top
producers in the Miami Bsach
operation, as well as the young-
est member of the sales force
there, she is presently special-
izing in the sale of waterfront
and executive homes. Miss Kern
|U president of the Pine>ree
Chapter of Women's Ameri-
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February 12, 1971
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Page 13-B
This Week In History...

.
4II jvan Age ""- Week! 1981
. arificatlon of Its
denied a ban on Jew-
, i] i P il -tii," and
uya Ihcre, re-defined
I rabs" as th laced
i purch i -. denii I
, jew Ish organizal onal
I pel nil ted th
I 1131 '
Dr. Ch Im Wi .

i i V'i ; -ailed

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hil c! s I
IS ; I a t 11
I hi I
| Ja ' i the P is
\<( nins "I his play "The Drcyfusl
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10 Years Ago This Week: 1961
Koberl Servalius, Adolf
Eichmann's atl irney, chi se Mcn-
<\ \
lawyi ps wiliin I
Re] .-.di'iv
Ki cml'.n had o ,-cd publi :al in
of the firsl USS Y
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: ;.-. ill
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flab Mrtfyuak
: Jvr.sworth Kkhurd Goldman
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i
Feb. 5.
i {hth ;ra Ii stu Ii nt :it
or High S rhool, plays
n the i i nd.
Gord in, Erna's gr n t
- unong the honored
.I the event.
a a
MAKI.A KOVEN
.l.i Ann Koven will become
^.it Mitzvah at Temple Judea ol
'or 1 Gables on Saturday, Fob. 13,
1 11:15 a.m.
T e daughter of Mr. and Mis.
lelvin Koven, Maria is a seventh
Tadc honor student at Glades
unior High School, where she
ilayi piano with the school orches-
ra She will ijraduatc from the
! I ev. School in May, and will
>n:.nuc her religious education
hn igh i Confirmation.
H re to help her celebrate the
in will be her grandparents,
Vlr. iin; Mr- .In.> ptl Koven of
Rio mil Oaks. Calif., .iii'l Mr,
r.d Mr- Harris Colder.

RICHARD GOLDMAN
mrday morning, Feb. 13 i
in the main sanctuar) of
leNcr Tamid, Richard D t>
Mr. I'ni Mrs Arnold <' ild-
lloin will h I I i
.. ng I"!
r.v.t
I
it a!
i
\ \\ S< KAPIRO
: r
U S, Jev el to counteract
the "conformity and lack of pur-l
Ii uburbi i."
B ivarlan indemnific ition of
Nazi victims reached $41 million in i
1! K>, for a total since 1948 of
: I million.
N w Yoi k City' Appellate Court
reversed iui I I
I e hi by i icorue
Lincoln i ell.
M s< irrcsts of Jew s we re-
tod from Morocc
i in.
1 : ir what hi
lip

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[ '.eukemia Society Bilingual
At ti rm > Irvin 3. Whitman,
r sill, ni ol the Dade-Monroi
hapter, l ,euki mia Societ % ol
viin rica has inna inced the dona-
ii its ilunteer identification
,i Is, to hi i si ci in i'ii March 1-8
Vppeal. by
lot .i tinti ; firn Th cards

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One of the four 15 >: 15-foot murals on th new American Savin--. 6 I oan Association of Miami Bead,
branch c'fice, corner of Lincoln and Alton Roads, whici.
was to be dedicated at 7:30 p.m. Thursday. Each of the his
topically themed panels depicts the? mle of the Flag in U.S.
history; the four contain some three million separate pieces
of mosaic.

S
IS
nai 1039 S Sh r Dr., Miami
B win be Bar Mitzvah.
i1 itua ml al Nautil is
Jun i High School and Ner Tarn d
R Si I, plays football for
II Isli l timists.
A \ Idush a ill foil m the sen -
k nd a reception will be held
pal laj evening at the Goldman
h' ii n Richard's honor.
T luests will include sranrt-
- Mr. and Mrs. Philip Freed-
ma i and \\v. and Mrs Prank
in. and aim's ani uncles
" Philadelphia, Baltimore and
?'> York
-V *
ROBIN KLEIN
Lort, the d mghter of Mr
N' s Jerome K'ein. will be-
'' l Mitzvah FrM ly evening,
' 12, al Temple Zion.
; Park Kh in
i
Mr and Mrs Schapir i
the Kiddush Saturday following
the -'! vices ind th >re will b? a re-
ception al their home Saturday eve
ning in Evan's honor Among the
honored guests will be his gran l-
parents, Joe Schapiro and Mr. and
Mrs M i\ Newmark.
Cr
EVAN SCHAPIRO
Evan G., the son of Mr, anil Mrs.
Hi nry Schapiro, 9040 SW Miller
Dr., will be called to the Torah as
a Bar Mitzvah Saturday. Feb. 13,
at Temple /.ion.
The celebrant, who has attended
religious and Hebrew schools, has
b. en the reclpienl of a number of
sports and photography awards.
Evan's grandparents, Mr, and
Mrs. Max Nrwmark and Joseph
Schapiro, his sister, Francine and
aunts and uncles Mr. and Mrs.
Moiris Newmark, Mr, and Mrs.
Sam Newmark, Mr. and Mis Irv-
ine, Newmark and Morris Ncw-
m uk v ill i" amone, the lo<
.., sts Als presenl foi the fes-
tn tii s will b< nis incK U om I
Ni -m i Uni"
. s in Dii go, Calif., his
,. ni Heli n Gn ei stein Los An-
::, I s. Calif., and Sarah Shaw, Ins
, mi fi om Chicago, [II.

MORRIS MASS1IK
Saturday, Feb, 13, al Young
[sra, i ,i Greater Miami. Morns.
the son Of Kr. and Mrs Isaac
Massre, w ;l celebrate his Bar
Mitzvah.
'Hearts and Flowers' Dance
the VM>
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"
.... ,
. v | s -rva
; 'n.
Mayor Dernier Speaking
Ma << Dormer v
,,, |hi 'itizens
if the
m-: rhnod of 1 to lo Beth Ra-
nhael i" '> held In the temple
Thursday, F< h. IS. Mrs. Irene K.
Wcckcr, president, will preside;
Mrs. A. Wm. Gei st man is program
chairman and vice president.
Now Jersey Couple
Wins Sweepstakes
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Cohen, of
[rvington, N.J., winners of the re-
cently completed Sanka Coffee
Israel Sweepstakes, will be the re-
cipients of a free trip to Israel via j
Pan American Airways and a
week's stay at the Hotel Inter
Contim ntal. Jerusalem.
Mr i tohen, a scan >l idmin'stra-
r i- president of the B'nai B'rith
i,hI:, in Irvingtor Mrs C ih -n Is
| as a h in '. They are the I
,,; .,. ,| : children.
Rabbi l.tibovilz To
Review Best-Seller
\ current b st-seller w'll b
I hj Dr. Euger L h ivil :,
of Tcmi li Ni : "
:, ,. ,- t the Opti-Mrs Club
at R II :" ,,;i '' :'
p. S| mr int, 2! 17 Collins A
p ..,( ,. it 11 : b m.
"he busim ss agenda will include
the listribution of ticket- t i
funds for emotiona'ly disturbed
,., |ren Mrs. Milton Olkin k
program chairman; Mrs, Jim Lev-
enson, presiii-Dt will oreslde.
Participating in recent groundbreaking ceremonies for the
Florida International University, scheduled to open in the
fall of 1972, were Gov. Reubin Askew, (left) U.N. Secretary
General U Thant, FIU President Dr. Charles E. Perry ana
Florida Board of Regents Chairman D. Burke Kibler. III.
The Massre children attend re-
ligious SChOOl al Votinu Is.aelj
while the family is here during
the winter months. They plan to
return to their home in South ( ar-
olina alter the Bar Mitral-.
Following the services, Mr. ana
Mrs. Massre will host the kiddush
for congregation and friend.
, part, celebrating the oceMwn
",{ be held lateral their home.
I.orber Chapter Meets
I orber Chapter of the Children's
Asthma Research Institute and
Hospital at Denver will meet at 10
B.m Tueadaj at the Sweden House
Restaurant on South Dixie Hwy.
, jf.. members will be honored;
jim Henry of the Jewish Family
Bnd Children's Serv.ee will be
guest speaker.
Ralph 9s
AUTO PARTS
OF FORT LAUDERDALE
ANNOUNCES
THE OPENING OF A
HiGH PERFORMANCE STORE
AT 1550 ALTON ROAD
MIAMI BEACH
PHONE 672-7311


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+Je*lst> Meridian
Friday, February 12, 1971
Hadassah Chapter
Book Review Set
Tho Miami Reach Chapter of
Hadassah book review Monday at j
1:30 p.m. in the Algiers Hotel will
feature Mrs. I. M. Weinstein's
synopsis of "One Life," by Dr,
Christian Barnard, and "Looking
Throuj h Mj n. art." by Dr. Philip
. accordin : to Mis. SIh r-
man esident.
>;i^. w* insti in, :i graduate of
\ ai di i bilt '. Iversitj summa cum
B in ml er of 1 hi Beta i
. a and re< Ived the Founders' I
- hi!;:, ship. She has
!, en a Tenn ssi e and
South ;' "i ida and : re\ wed
s for more thi ; i are.
Mrs. [rvim Spear is coordinator
lor the book reviews; funds raised, '
c for vocational training projects j
i i la
'i I,.' 1. R. Goodman Group of
Hadassah will hold a fun party at :
1 p.m. Sunday in the Washington
Federal, 1234 Washington Ave.,
with Bertha Zolun as guesl speak-
er. its regular monthly meeting
will !>, held at S p.m. Wednesday
in the Miami Roach Federal, 744
Washington Ave.. with slides and
movies of Soviet Ji ws and com-
ments by David Abramowitz. Mrs.
Hyman Chabner is president.
The Eddie Cantor Group will
hold its Bye-Bank party ai noon
Thursday, Feb. 28, in tin Fontaine-
Hotel. Admission thi '<.*
banks oi more. Mis. S. Ore) :i is
pr< sident.
ink Sinatra's picture on Is-
rael v. ill he shown at the lui
mectin M Her/1 Group in the
Algiers Hotel i
Mis. Ben S is presid.
Mrs Sophl Pi Imak ^ i 11 n \ i w
[g m ,: ius ai the Triton
rowers Group luncheon in the Al-
giers Hotel ai 12:30 p.m. Tu<
Mrs. Henry Landi rs Is pn sidi nt.
Bay Harl ir I Sroup's Eyt -B nk
lui chi o i and card part> w ill be
in id at the Ivanhoe Hotel Wedn s-
day, Feb. 24, at nocn. Admission
two eye-banks. Mis. Edith Sha-
piro is president.
Mrs. Offenbach
Miami Happenings
Chairman oi" the new state-
wide Americans for Democratic
Action organization is Miami
attorney Howard J. Hollander.
The ADA also elected the follow-
ing viw chairmen: Linda Jiwob-
son. Development; Dr. Aiun
Korku ay. Committees; Jack
Swerdloff, Programming; Bur-
ton (invnfield. Office Proced-
ure; Michael Jarobson, Public
RelatioiLs, and Virginia Smith.
secretary, and Jay Baiiniann.
treasurer.
Miami Reach Federal Savings
and Loan Association has pro-
moted 12 officers and elevated
three staff members to officer
rank. Fro,'unions from ,."i-
tanl Me i sid -nt to vice pri --
voted f ir Mi'iiry faro,
inch, Marvin
Si haunel, m Liv
Bl i Noi wo II Wal-
ter W. Orwig, in th
if ih" main ol
1 Mirha I Fraser, In
evil. An-
drew ii. Merkle, istant vice
:n. ;: lent and internal audito:-.
was pro 'Mil' I to vice president
and ;:.< in d auditor. Promoted
from assistant treasurers t>> as-
sistant vice presidents were Jo-
seph NaiiKhton, Sunny Isles
Branch, and Jii'iies V. S)>:ino.
South Shore Rranch. Moving up
from assistant secretaries to as-
sistant vice president were Rich-
ard Stotshery. Kendall Branch,
and Dennis Wilon and Frank
ReoUi main office: Naseeh M'.e-
kvvee. Norman DeWitt an 1 Mrs.
le-.ri Fa-Tier were named assist-
ant secretaries.
ii -a ir
Kdwurri M. Townsencl, Jr.,
JiMnes O. Whit a II and Qeorge
WiniaaMon have been advanced
frtipi assistant vice president to
vice president hy City National
Bank of Miami; Ancelberto A.
Arroyo and J-si's Brito, former
assistant cashiers, have boon
named assistant vice ((residents.
and Anne B. Al.lerman-H'int
and John Moore, wen |
-
Ui i \ F iree I '
t in Arnold <;. Drill, s a of Mrs.
Minnie ') 111 900 B
,.
i '.:'. ; i iron 0
V.] B., Un.
i the 14
. .. ..
hin, in'o"-
iiial rotations,
bllltii i It'll" of-
ficers ......I I -,]'''
The c.'it-.in. i.li-> h-q COTI"
a tour ..' u*v in Vietnam, holds
the Dron/e S' r
vv ir
The anon*ntment of Ai Su-
pran as director of operations
and Ivibor Relations has been
announced by the Fontainebleau
Hotel management. A resident
Of the Miami area for 10 years,
he formerly was in labor rela-
tions in the New York City
area.
ir ir ir
Davis M. MMWi district
manager of the North Dade Of-
lice of Southern Bell Telephone
Company, has announced the
promotion of Mrs. Barbara Quirk
to the post of district clerk. Mrs.
Quick has previously held posi-
tions of service representative,
teller, service order checker, and
commercial clerk.
*T *
.Mrs. Pauline Charouhis has
been appointed residential chair-
man of the Dade-M nroe Chap-
ter of the Leukemi i Society ol
Ann 1971 Pol 1 < immun-
ity Camp n." James M.
Brow ne, ( this year's
dri\c Ins inn lunced.

Goodwill Industries < South
Flor^ia will open it- 13th i I
will B Store, ai 6784 SW
i day, r b -<). at
9:30 a.m. Officiating a1 the rib-
bon-CUttillg C wemony w ill b'
dignitaries from the City of
South Mi imi and I I !.. I
Industries.
Herman S. (ierzoR, son of -Mr.
and Mrs. Irving QerBOg, 333 Ma-
laga Ave., Coral Gables, has
lieen promoted to staff sergeant
in the U.S. Air Force. Sgt. Gr-r-
zog is an administrative spe-
cialist at Lindsey Air Station,
Wiesbaden, Germany. A 1062
graduate of Coral Gables Sen-
ior Hi?h School, he attended
Miami-Dado Junior Col'eg" and
the University of Miami before
entering the service.
ir ir ir
Marvin S. N'ewmaik, CLU,
837 NW 154th St.. has been
named to the highest honor
group of the Home Life Insur-
ance Company, New York, for
his outstanding achieves nts
during 1970. Manager Williim
rei-.ii>:!. CLU, presented him
Ivcr Pri sident'! < Council
plaque ai i ceromonj in the
i; .. Miami s
SE S c' id Ave. The Coi
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1 ir.
ir
Samuel Kamlnsky, .'- i
pxpci live Ii Ttor i
ti tnal Associati in for Rel I ;
Childt 'ii. i : i r '
i|e ector for the Dad I'
\ tion for R> i I Chil-
dren effective Anvil l, A in -
<" 11 si ei community organisa-
tion, Mr. Kamlnsky previously
served seven yean as program
director in the community af-
fairs department of the Amer-
ican Jewish Committee.
I S. Dade Hebrew Academy
Bring-A-Book Evening
South Dade Hebrew Academy
will hold its first "BrinR-A-Hook
Evening" at the
home of Mr. and
Mrs. Rubin Of-
fenbach. 8-140
SW 104th St..
at 8 p.m. Tues-
day, Feb. 2?.. it
nas been an-
nounci d. A new
hardback book,
: ibll l"i ehil-
0!3 a* EL v ,!"'" in Gradcs
1-6 will be the
price if admis-
sion to th i
.. eb I gatherii pur-
ol which is t" obtain bi
for r library.
Holn
.' i I
a School Libra Rrsei
ar availal 11 i Mi s I iai y
ink Mrs. Irwin l.> chowitz and
ry.
Services Held For
Mrs. Sadie Beck
S rites were held Sunday ai
the Riverside Cha] el for Mrs.
Sadie Beck, widow oi the found r
oi the A. S. Beck shoe store chain.
I Interment was in Mount Nebo
Cemeterv.
Mrs, Beck, who came to Miami
With her husband in 1911, made
her home at 1550 Meridian Ave.
She died Thursday, Feb. at the
Miami Heart Institute.
Mrs. Beck, who owned the Pa-
trician Apartments in Miami
: Beach, is survived by five children.
Her sons. Donald S. and James,
and two of her daughters, Mrs.
Klaine Beck Rodin and Mrs. Flor-
ence CraiR. are residents of Miami
Beach; another daughter, Miss
Edna Reek, lives in Liberty, N.V.
! Survivors also include a grand-
I daughter, Mrs. Patricie Brams of
Miami, and 4 great-grandchildren.
Heart Institute Dance
rt S. summers, administra-
toi ol Miami H 'art Institute, h is
inn 'i 'i th 12th innu 11
.on by th
[ nsli t u I i i' i. t i '
il Directo nd i n
I ... i |,
Friday, M ih i
; the bl'ick even
Obituaries
levy. Henry. W. M1J B.W. lOM
Ave. Rlverelde. Mi N'-1".'- ..,,.
Ave., .mil Newman. ...... .
shugekman, Sam, 19, '-"" ?* >""
.^P.S.^rS.mV PennWl-
BBRaMTphiUlp. 75, 1611 I'.nnsM-
BURGER. Sndie, '. Ml ~ ">
COHEN. Klhel, N"' '"
GOLUMAN. Slimu. I. io '
: A vi UorA '
GOTTLIEB. IrviiiK >
^ |- iHSIh Ti r Itivi
HOCrvMAN. '
KOrBE.^''
kVI bl. II I ,.
IENTHAL,
il irhor Dr.. I
levy",
M I: "...
LIFSON
III .Ml
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MISHKIi".
A' H. Kiverslili
PEREZ
Ui' M i: i _
POKRAb. '
ruppehV
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SMOI-KA. K
Mill.
GOLDSTEIN, S.,mil I '
Hum Ave M KiVel Id"
GROSSMAN. Ja. > "!" IM N I
Ave Hallamlali UonJi n
BRIEMAN. Adele, fi, 1141 ''
Ave M H Klvi rhlde
BROWNSTEiN, Harry, S ll Merid-
ian Ave M Ii Klvi rsldi
CARR. MorrlH A *1, 'l" "ll na A\<
M II Klanl)i it ,.,
HERMAN. Dr Herman '
NK ITOth St I., vill
GOODMAN. .I.i. k. ". ItflO Buelid Ave .
M Ii Newman
KATZ. Morton, 4". 5".......I|l,ls Ae..
HAMMER, Sarah, Rl, "933 8.W. lih
SI IImI'Ii'II ., ,
jananey. Mm Belli lf.11 Mich-
lean Ave M H Klver-We Inter-
ment Mt Nebo
KLASZ. Jacob H 19. "'':; "<>-
Ave M II Rlveraidi
LEVINE. K.ili.n. 6, 1 -" N ^ "'
Si Levitt.
LEVY, Evelyn, i'.'. North Miami
li. in Ii New man. ........ ,
SlEGEL. Rita, '". *' N '"'',
SI ll.inliiii .
BLOOMBERG. Bewli '- '"
Si Hordon Mi Nebo
LOVITZ. Bi --H P-. "J Vv' '
M it Klverxlde
CORSET. I .in- 59, -"" U- -' A**
M 1! Rlvi ruble Ml s' bo
TAYLOR. Ulllnn. I. '''>"
Ave M HZ II > 'I' N' '
STALOFF. .lulill- S.\> Ih
SI Vlnmi Ml N"'
STYEBER. i '
Ave H Mm ilali I '
ANEKSTEIN, Ki I I1HI d, '
S t M 11 N e w I
3LI E^TEIN. II
M II. I '
BRICK. I
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F F T F. '1 AN I .." .on 1'
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KLEIN.
KRAFT.
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Ml! '
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DIAMOND. In II,
Th i urn \\ nti rv ay Di ll.ll i
I., ri-
GREENWOOD. S.n.n. I. B3.
Ave M II Ilia
JACOBS. Benjamin, 77. IMS M.
Ave M li Klv l -Hi. Ml N.i
KOHANSOV. l-i:.. t. ,7 1365 N K
ITSr.l SI i'.l.i-li.i t'
KRAMER. Benjamin, it OolllnH
Ave .M I! New man
KUZNITSOFF. Al.ri.hani. V,
VvaauliiKV1 Av' '
MA'LLES.'Vlu.rli.K. H 1 B-W '.Ml
ei avkin', Sarah. 77. ISM N i
ill mveralde Mt. Nebo
WIENER. Bliaabeth arollne i I iM
sTllhvaier Dr MB KlvwMiV
fheiwirth. VMIHam, 1*. n
Itran Ave M H l!".....'' .. ,.
QOTTLIBB. tSoldye, M I9OT N
r, N M B R*v< rld
molson. Harry, 82, ';" I
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NOVER. Hj 1.400 |. .,
SlEGEL Id WaaKtol
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SOLOMON, i v

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BERNSTEIN. 1- II
II.....IM *v. M II KlVrt
BROV.'N. llettj I
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FELDWAN. MorrlH
,. m i! Newman
GARCHERTH. Sarah .8
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HORWITCH, K Iher 84
i ir \l 1! N.' man
JARV.S. Sailford B. 4J 19
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MEFFERT. Paul
ami Avi Rlverjlde
MOSKOWITZ. Bdward, 80. I
Si M II lUvi ralde
PEREZ. Betrelln 7. '-'
Ave M II Rlveralde
STRIEFLING. R"bfr' S 8
ColHna Avi M 0 RIverHlde.
WAX Morris 91. IMI Penni
am', M n Blaaberg
wear. William, '-- s'-
Si Rlveralde
Fredericks. Nathan, I
\v,- Ml! Ki^ -el.
FUTOH,'],. ,o..ril. 70. 4441 CoUll V
\l ii Rlaabers .
HEARST, Adrienm*. .1. Mis
Avi M B Riverside
, KOTLIKOFF. Sophie 1 '
N Treaaure 1 North Bk)
levVne^'s.,.!." P. 70. 1*40 <
Vi, M H Rlveralde
NEYMAN. Max. 7, Ml ai
Ave M B B ,-' rt
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HILF. HalT) C IliO I ill HI
M It Klvel Hide
KURTZ. Samuel, 72, 1423 Oollil I A\e,l
M I! New in i
getting married...
This basket holds
infoimation and
gifts especially
helpful for you.
Call your
Welcome Wagon
hostess today.
The Family of the late
SAUL T. SOLOVEI
gratefully acknowledges and is thankful for
the many expressions of sympathy
extended to us
during our time of bereavement.
GELB
MONUMENTS INC.
Open titry Doy C/osfd Srtbofh
140 SW 57th Ave. MO 1-8583
Mian.ii Only Strictly Jewish
Monument Dtoler


.February 12, 1971
*Je*4sti HvridHan
Page 15-B
Vegas Evening'
At Central T
i wi.'.is Evening will
:,!. d by Hie South Dade
cademy in the Grand
I MRS. IRWIN IfCHOWITZ
of the O-ntrnl Y.' S500
Si ..ii March 20, it has
Bounced. The evening's ao-
Rill l.v followed by an auc-
refrethments.
ms chairmen of the fund-
Ivenl aii' Mr. .ind Mis.
.'howit/; Mandel Kratish
grniar. Mis. Sandor Mar-
Mis. ii' rberl Meiselman
i rvations; they may
ed by calling the
Hcbn w Acadei ly of-
thi Itl c an
i'!' onard Stern, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Sandy
Ml and Mis. M
tz. Mr. and Mrs I
and Mrs Mike Sal-
drs. Tony Baia,
Frank, Mr. and Mrs.
laiselman, Mr. and Mrs
illack, Mrs. Benz Mus-
and Mrs. Rae Brown.
M Kolman, Mr. and Mrs.
erker, Mrs. Sidney Ingin,
n Berger and Mrs. Ber-
h.iwitz.
LEGAL NOVICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PHOBATE
No. 71-53 PRIMM
In RE: Estate of
s;: ..ma WEISS
11,.,ii.-i 'I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Tn All Creditors and All Penioni Hav-
ing Claims "i Demands Against Bald
I-:- tate:
Vou are li.-r.-l.y notified and requir-
ed lo present an) clalm*< and demands
which you may have agalnal the es-
late ..f BELMA WEISS deceased late
of Dade County, Florida, to the Coun-
ty Judges of Dade County, and file
the same In dupllcati and as provid-
ed In Section 733 IB, Florida Statutes,
in ihi Ir offices In the County Court -
house In Dade County, Florida, with-
in si\ calendar months from the time
ol the firsi publication hereof, or the
name will be barred.
I luted lit Miami. Florida, this _-
day i.f January, AH. 1971.
BBYMOCR WEISS
As Administrator
First publication "f this notice on
the Mh day of February, 1971.
TAUANOFF A BADBR
Attorney for Adminlfctrator
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Bench, Florlni.
Si 5-12-19-28
LEGAL NOTICE
"IF IT MOVES ONE S TLP CLOSE*, WE'IX PUT A UOfjEa DOVID OK IT,'
LEGAL NO'. ICE
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-1191
(Gordon)
SUIT FOH DIVORCE
M : I ; \ r i HAMI'U.N, JR
I'laintlff,
LEGAL NOTICE
\
I. IN".
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-269
In RE: Estate ol
CBI.IA I. BERLINER
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
File No. 70A-1733
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEX ili-it
SAMUEL SCHWARTZ holder of
County Tax Sale Certiflcate No S'.i'
Issued the Slst day of May,, \ D I98,
lias filed same In my office, and has
made application for a tax deed to bej
issued thereon, Said Certificate em
braces the following described pro
perty in Uie County of Dade, State of
Florida, to-wlt:
lies 323 fi W of BE Cor NB'i
..f NE*j W 70 fi S 39 2 fl E TO fl 3
39.2 ft to Beg Bectlon Township 53
South, Rang< II East In the County
of Dade, Btate "i Florida
This deed will be issued subject to
all mher outstanding delinquent City
of Miami taxi and 1970 Count) taxes
and Olty of Miami laxea and Lleni
The BBHeasmenl "f said pmpi n.v
under the said certificate was hi the
name o': Honorla Rodrlguex
fnless said certificate shall l.. n -
deemed according t" law, the property
described herein will be Bold to the
highest bidder for cash at the Court-
house door "ii the first Monday In
the month "f March, 1971, which is
the isi day ..r March, I9T1
Dated tins ZSth day uf January,
1971.
E D LBATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court,
l lade 'ounty, Florida
Bj P F. ni'I-DSTRAND
I leputy Clark
Circuit Court Seal
1 29 5-12-11
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
TITIOUS NAME LAW
HEREBY GIVEN that
signed, '< ring t. engage
ider the i:. tnlous name
tn E CLEANING .* M VIN-
SBRVICEU ai I >ade Coun-
mti nds to ri glsti r said
the i Merit of the 'ircull
i '< >unty, Floi Ida
I DAHNK
2-19-2 3 5
lOTICE UNDER
ITIOUS NAME LAW
is iii-.UKin i.;i\ EN

ll II OUI
KE.NNKl.S, LMER
INN, THE l
[1 at 11177 s a
i- |i :., intend
' Ihi i erk of
ol Di i '
Uth In.-
i
Cf). NTY JUDGE'S COURT
fOR DADE COUNTY.
OR DAINPHOBATE
. No 71-317
(ARTHUR W. PRIMM)
~lTICL TO CREDITORS
WA8SERMAN BARR
rs and All Persons Hav-
Demand! Against Bald
en bj notified and rc-
-- nl an) l.ums and dt -
you may hive against
f BALLY ltAKU u a
SSERMAN BARR de-
1 Dade County, Florida,
Judgi s of 1 '.id.- Coun-
the -Jim In duplicate
Id* d in Si-i Htm 71
tei In their offices In
>urthouse In Dad< Coun-
thin six calendar monUis
, >f the first publication
same will he barred
i.imi Fli rlda, this 9th
\ ii 1971
HAI:i:if.t HiiKKS
Vi;it.\ i'i icer
As Execul
pubh cation of tliis notl.....n
da* of February, ifTi
N A\".' u nr.MAN. 1' a.
KEl'Hl'N
M ti k i-ham
i ?.
| \ CHAMPLIN
irei Stn I
V- k
\ u MAM 1< CHAMl'lJX, are
not a B
filed
ii. and > u are required to
Ken ui An wer oi Plead-
ing i" the Bill of Complali l Ihi
I'hilnllfl rney, Fl'l-LER, lllll'M-
Eil, MOSS A POHEN 2* VVi Flag-
ler Street Miami, Florida 33130 and
tile the original Answer "r Pleading
In the offli.....I the Clerk of the rir-
iiii L*ourt or or before the 15th day
of March, 1971. If you fall lo do so,
Judgment t>> default will I"- taken
;,i., ... you for iii" relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
,-aeh week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FI.OKIPIAN
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami.
Florida, this Ith day of February
AD 1971
II I! LBATHERMAN, Clerk,
i :u uii Court, I iad. rountj Florida
I- MARGCERITE KENT
I ienuty 'hrk
i.'.- ull Court Seal I
Kit I ER. BRCMBR. MOSS .v
.'. (HEN
20 \\ s- reel
nor,d" '' 2 12-19-!
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-4339
In RE: Estate of
SAM I l-.l III ITH,
1 ii ,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All I anil All Pi n Ha\
Ing Claims 'i Demands Igalnsl Said
Vou an hei Ifled and n
. ,i to pn enl an) i Inlim and di mands
w hich ^'"'U may ha I the i
'EL R" ITH, ilei east
- | y. 1 t O t h I
i 'nurnty Jud tes ol I < ide unty, and
file the -am In dupll ti it pro-
i ,i 133.10. Floi Ida SI -
lutes, In their offices In thi fount)
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida,
within six calendar monthf from Ihe
: lme "I Ihe find publlcatloi.....
or the s.,in. \. ill l>. bat red
[hited u Miami, Florida, Ihi
day of December. A |i 1970
BERNARD BOTH
a- Administrator CTA
irsi publication of this notice on
the -'."li day of January, 1971
i;i,i IROE GILBERT
Attorney for Administrator i'TA
Sinie 229, One Lincoln ltd BMg.
iiiami Beach, Florida 33ir.!t
I J2/5-12-19
.....
.d
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Yedltoi s and All Pi mnns Hav-
ing Claims or Demai \- I Bald
Estati :
Yi-u are hen by m llfied and n u
ed lo present an) claims and riemande
which you ma) havi
late of CEI IA I.
.....lati of Dude
Ii the i ouni > ludisi
and file the same
as provldi il i. s-
Statuti
gains! Ihi
BERLINER de-
County, Fl
of 11
n dupll
ii : | F'lorldn
tlu i 'oun-
-
County, Flo i i
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No 71-30
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I- RE F>tale i.f
. \ PAZIANTE
,
Ml Fi
. -
-
lo present an)
maims whnh > u i) i
n\ B1UC1 \ M'Ai !
of Dade 1 out .
the County Ju pi
I

u
n tl County C urthous
I i el. COUI
months from the time
. publd ation hi r, id. or Ihi
will he barred
da) of Jai unry. A i; I9JJ
Mat le C. Itamunda
As Executrix
r pui I ''
the 12th da> I 'v -''1
HENRY Ni RTt IN
Attorney for Executrix
mi..; Bl u Building
Miami. 1 |( |: .
I
n -
tlon
of-
in
cal-
i the
ami
HI

jrs- fen
xync i'u.id.: ,-.
Flori' i
3/12-19-M 3'S
et :emetery
HOUR SERVICE
tie burial and funeral
rmenfs lor Pels of all
luding pick-up service
I Cemetery Ground!
emotion Service*
Moderate Pricei
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
'N.N AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA-IN PROBATE
No. 71-471
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE Estate nl
MOLI.IB 8TCRMAN
TuAsTrnNliiM' s and AOIW",^;
mg <"aims or Demands Against Bald
You are h<
quired lo prei
mands whet'
rlda, '"'|l! '; ""
Ihe line ol the first nuhlli atli II hi re-
i ,,f. ur ihe n me w ill be bat n d
r>ated at Mian :
.I nu iry, A l' 1971
M .1 VY BERUNER
v k vdmii Istrator
I'irst publication of thi not
id. -,iii da> "f February, 1971
HENRY NORTON
ah. -i v for Administrator
106 1 iyni Building
Miami. Florida ^ .
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-1535
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
l.ris CAPO,
I Plaintiff
ZCNILDA I' VRRH S DB CAP" B k a
ZCNILDA BARRIOS,
i fendant
Ti i Zunlld i Barrios 1 "in".
a k a Zunllda Ban
Pfni a 11 h leal
San Juan v Marline:-
plnar del Rio, Cuba
Vou ZCNILDA BARRIOS, are
.,.,. tin, , ,. ii -ii- in or ier Divorce
!.,. n filed against you, and you
.... required lo serve a cony i I
lo the Mill oi
Comnlulnl on tl P tint ''
(, v i RICH, CRISTOl.
,.,,-r' \ND M.PKli-H. 21 NORTH
IN THF. COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT ,:vsr f/IRFT AVBNCE, MIAMI,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. p| (IRIDA I'.S.A ""'
f-LORIDA IN PROBATE A I
No. 71-115 | Clerk Clrcu
In RE: Bst I art on or before tl
KANNIB WILSON, \> -I I 71 II you fall lo il
I..... __. t by di imil will b< I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS .., vou for the relief del
p.. All I irs and All P '' Bill of Coi plaint.
Lima or Demands Against Baid .rlll, ,,. hnll be nub
Estate: each week for foul ,'.\.u'
You are hereby notified and requir- |n THK jf.WISH FI.OR1DIAN
ed to present an) claims and demands i rsDNE ( v-' i' ORDERED at Miami./
which you may Ii ive against the -- ,..,, ,.,,!, ,iiis 27th day of January A D
late of FANNIE WII*tN. deceased ,,-,
late of Hade County, Florida, to I ,.; It |.bA THERM AN. Clerk
County Judges "' Dade County, and circuit Court, Dade Count' Florida
file the same In duplicate and aa pro- v. ,- r ALEXANDER
vided in Section 7M.16, l'ienda_ suit-| Deputy Clerk
utei in their oftlcfs In the County ,(,,,.,,-, Court Real!
i-i.urthouse In Had.- County, Florida, fj^SPAR B. At ORICH
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PRTJBATE.
No. 70-2661
IN RE Bl ti
MINNIE BERK
Dei
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
MAKE APPLICATION FOR
DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE :s hereby given that WH
Imvi filed OCR I d Pi -
I il Inn for D D
, hnrge as Bxi uloi I
E in :iik, .: ceased: and that
1971,
v. ill
hi Hi
.Me i "i in : y
!.. i*i unl > |"
Ileporl and lor
: disi hat i i
ith day of
Ja iuar). 1971
EVE1 :' 4ROW
Kl iSE Tl ICT
.li isll RKI'HL'N, B\i i utore
.t< >sl 1 REPHCN
Al i ii.. v
; Wai hlngton Avi nue
Miami Beach, Florida _
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engagi In
busineM under ihe fictitious name "i
\v w O K RADIO at 1699 Coral Way,
Miami. Florida Intends In register
aid num.- w Ith tl Clerk of u.....
i .nt i "ourt of ><: '' in t) FT rid i
MISSION BAST '"' IMPANY
i "oral \Va>
Miami, Fl
' v\\ RENCE F KAINE
At tome) fot Applii ant
,-hv notified
i r,..
uiv i lalme and de-
h-ive agalt -i
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof,
or the same will h barred
Dated al Miami. Florida, tins nth
day of j"i;^,;V;,;;"s
\ Admlnisti ator
First publication "f this nr.tl.-e <>n
the !9th d.n of Janunry. 1971
BAMCEL B. PBARLMAN
Attorney for Administrator
t.iT IJncohi Rd f7A]
Miami Beach, Florida
3S139 1-28 2/5-12-19
r la, this
tlon hereof,
barred.
Dated m Miami.
^0,^7?7AMf5n1'RMAN
8AMCW STCRMAN
\. Bx' putors
First public.....' .
,k i-ih il-w of Fehru in
I-,.. Um'ki^i FROMB1
HUTU. P *
Attain*] "'" m..
Sl, ... m-101 Blscavne Bldg
19 West Flagler S
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
File No. 70A-1734
Chapter 20722 Act. of< 1941
NOTICE IS HERBlCi "il\ EN
RAMUBL SCHWARTZ holder
Soun^Tax Bale Certificate No I
Iwued the list day of May,
!,., has filed BaUM 111 my
has made ..;>ph...ti"ii for
>o be i-suei thereon sun
b^^\hecS,,nty'lofD.......state
- Co, ,h S S5.40
property
of Fl
that
ui
77
All
. fll.e. and
tax deed
Certificate
dcscrlbi d
Lotl less Beg MB Or* *
,. v .,i Deg w '' '" ..
[ pob Block 7 Alice Baldwin Et
B sub Pkit_B*k..B.-PS^rSL*

a
Miami. Fla
HEA^
IOP.IAL PARK
>-738"7
I WEST FLAGLEft

OTICE I'NOER
i.is-". ii Ri iRFJ A VLDRICH
l v R FIRST AVI'S'IT!
Il \\H. Fl ORIT>A 3"'31
Attorneys for Plaintiff _
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DATE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-179
In RE: Estati
ISREAL M BEBNSTBTN
He, JJJT-|01 TO CREDITORS
t.i Ml Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against saia
You i>re hereby notified and renulr-
ed to present any claims nnrt demands
hi.h von may have neninst the cs-
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-807
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
WILLIE THOMPKIN8,
Plaintiff,
BVERLENA Tin iMPKINS,
l lefendant. ... .
To: EVKUI.K.VA THOMPKIN8
It, denee I 'nklinwn
You, BVERLENA THOMPKINS,
reh) nidified that i Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
I you, and you are ri quired o
serve a copy ol your Answer er
Pleading i" the Bill ol C mi [.^ntt ns
Ihe Plaintiffs attorney, ALLEN
KORNBLl'M, "" lllscayne Building
Florida '' ai tl file the
n tin!
office ol it.. Clerk I Ircult
Ci.urt on or hefore the Sfith d
Fi In n vv, 1971. If you 'i" M'-
I l

..., UI u
i THE JEWISH Fl ORIDI \\
IXiSB IXD f>RDERED
i A I .
' B B LBATHERMAN, Clerk
Cln ull Coui' l......
By: MARGCER1TE Ki:N"l
Denut) Clerk
(Circuit i 'ourl Seal i.......
AL1JCN Kl IRNB1 CM, ESQI .Li-
ter. Biscayne Building
Miami. Florida SS18C
ah..nay for Plalntifl j f ^ 5.12.i9
|v Cuirtliouse in Pade County. Flo-
rida within six calendar monh. f'pm
Ihe ftrsl time of the first mihllentlon
hereof, er the snme win be barren
Hated t Miami. Florida, this 86tti
dav -f Jannarv rv '7I.
WIlMt nHACIf
pn)gT V ^ TVA' V T p VVI"
Hv S T'1Tl*or*W, V'.-e T-esldeilt
RVTRVTCFt 1 Iti'onY
lc Cr-rTxeel|trr*
Fir^i nnhtlcatlnn of this notice on
,i. "nth rliv r.f .Tanmev "'"'
BTVOrl H v CRCNDWKRO
A tt,,r.i.*vs- fo-- T>veeutor
im .\in-'y Rnlldlns1
Miami. Florida 13181 ( ^ f MfmU
VI .1
^^assjiSsiftj'
,- R I EATHBRM vN
n,rk of Clreul] C; ";'
Dad
B) f
y (Jill PSTKAND
Penuty Clerk
Circuit ('"ur'1^;:V;-i;-i?
NOTICE UNncR FICTITIOUS
NAME I AW
Ii i- is iH.l'FiiV OTVBN that
,i.,..ii-ned rteleine- tn encaee
.. i,......... under the fiot||lo" i"W
AMr-OA ANTfOTTB! MIRfon
ifVV OF* At"tr' st 7ir-4
s- v* 4ti, Avonne, Miami. Florida In.
......is t,. ...ri*',-- said name \yith the
L.-k ,.t -he Circuit Court of Dade
I'.ainty *-*lr,^ldn
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-4236
Ir. RE: Estate of
BENJAMIN MARSHAK,
'"NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having Claims or Demands
Against Saul Estate:
you are hereby notified and required
tc. present any claims and demands
which you may have against the
estate of BENJAMIN MARSHAK.dc-
ceaaed late of Pad. County, i-i.Tlda.
I., the County Judges ol Dade Comity,
and file ihe same In dunllcate and aa
provided in Section 733.16. Hm-ida
Statutes, in ih.-ir offices In the Coun-
ty Courthouse In Pad.- County, Flor-
ida within six calendar months irnm
Ihe time of first publication hereof, er
me will be barred
Paled at Miami. Florida, this uth
day of January, A.D 1971.
JEROME MARSHAK
As Executor
First publication Of this notice
the 'J'nh day of January, 1'- 71
MARSHALL El FISHER, ESQ.
A ti. .rney for Executor
7.M-A S W H'tth Slreet
Kendall. Florida 331M o 1" 19
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TOP US. CHOICE WESTERN qqc
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TOP U.S. CHOICE WESTERN
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Regular Ritz Soda III
SAVE 10c ESKIMO
Ice Cream Sandwiches
160Z
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SAVE 4c FIVE VARIETIES _
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Fryer Drumsticks i 59c
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