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The Jewish Floridian
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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The Jewish Floridian
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Miami, Fla
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February 19, 1971

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

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

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University of Florida
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' 3fewish Flondian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THI JEWISH WEEKLY
,4 Number R
Miami, Florida Friday, February 19, 1971
Two Sac.icns Price 2 :
U.S., Israel Disagree On Latest Moves
!
.: R\ S VLEM (JTAi i i
tw
raised the possi
a Beri -us i ill with Was)
ton early this week. The Cabinet
i all other busirn ss i
devote its entire attention to
the latest moves made by 'he
United Nations mediator and
Egypt's President Anwar Sadat.
In Israel's view. Ambassador
ObMSI V. Jarring exceeded the
authority given him by the Se-
curity ClMHUil in the letters be
obraltted to hotli side* lute lust
week.
According to reports from
New York. Israel's Ambassador
to the United Nations. Ybsef Te-
koah. has officially informed Dr.
Jarring that his country is op-
posed to a chant;.' in his rob
ictive m diator.
i-li loadci aim that u hen
the) ;i I to n ih Jar-
ring talks last month ii was
11 fie il;. in ders ood that the
Sw.....sh diplomat would con-
tinue his role as mediator with-
o .i ad\ ancing "solutions."
The Sadat oiler to reopen the
Suet Canal provided the Israeli
forces are withdrawn from the
waterway is viewed by some
as a cunning ploy to force their
withdrawal wit'nut making a
Settlement and they fear that
he may have won world opinion,
at li ast temporarily.
Jarring's "suggestions" were
rot officially made public, but
according to some reports, his
Utters contain.nl proposals that
I rypt i ci ;niz I ra I's -
. ignty In retui n for h
drawal to the old I.....le l* -
tween Palestine and Egypt; that
the Gaza Strip remain under Is-
raeli control, at least temporar-
ily, and that an arm. d guard
be posted by the United Nations
nt Sliarm el-S
tree i a\ Igat I n
Sti its ol Tiran.
.ugh l!.'
Israeli diplomatic circles said
they were not surprised by the
statements made by Assistant
Secretary ot State Joseph Siscn
on a television program Sunday,
Thi nrtexl States was known
to disagree s'larplj with Israel *
view ol the envoy's latest nov<
In fact, some sources lilt tht
proposals may have been made
Continued on Page 10-A
Dayan's Intervention May
Delay Rabbinate Election
Moscow, Cairo, Amman
Changed 242's Meaning
"The ining of the S curity
i i .1 i esolui ."ii oi Nov -'-'.
19 >7 is being distoi i. il in ('a i o,
Moscow and Amm in," formi i
Supreme Court Just! Arthur
Goldberg rieclir.il Wednesday
night at the concluding ban-
quet oi the Israel Histadi it
Foundation's International Mid-
Winter Conferei
"As oi r country's Ambassad >r
to the United Nations," Ji
said, "1 was the ;
cipal a ch tect ol tiu Securitj
Council Resolution, which sh
ie the 11 imevi ork f"i
i lement.
"Thai n ilution w is i ol in-
t : |i d to ]> rp ;tuate the < I a
i thit led to I've i
In 20 ye irs," he continued.
Wh itevt r the differences it th
S curity Council and the G?i r I
Ass mbly, during the many
m tntha "f debate and ne "Dila-
tions leading to the adoption ol
Resolution 242, th re w is unan-
imity in the concept that the
crying need of all nations In-
... i in the conflict and ol the
world community is a just and
lasl pe i In the Middle Easl
in which ever) state and all the
people in the area can live in
s< curity."
Justice < ioldl ei g receh ed th
no 10 Award of the Israel
i I stad ut Foundation as the or-
ganization passed thai mirk in
its march towards a newly-an-
nounced goal ol $50 l 00 e;
v\ el ipmenl funds with-
i the next four years
"1 facl of the m it-
s that Israel c innot mak <
e alone. It is my com I
ih ii il the \rah states are will-
ing to c immil themselves '
11 ice Ir atv with Israel, all
prs in disp ite between Is-
tnd the Ar il states can be
: i solve i ii" asserted.
11 total's of the three-day con-
I. r -nc will be found on page
H-.M.
JERUSALEM (JTA> De-
fense Minister Moshe Dayan has
intervened unexpectedly in prep-
arations for the forthcoming
election oi Israel's chief rabbi-
nati As a result, the elections
may be d. laved beyond the ex-
piration ol the present chief
rabbis' terms at the end of nexa
month.
Gen. Dayan, who does not nor-
mally Involve himself in relig-
ious affairs, sent a letter i Pre-
m i Golda Meii last week in
which he -late l his view th it
there Is no need for two chief
r ibbls, one Ashkenazic IE isl
European) and the other Seph-
hardic (Oriental). 'The Incum-
bent AshkenaZic Chief Rabbi is
Itzhak Unterman: his S pfj
counterpart is Cue! Rabbi is- r
Nissim.)
The chief rabbis leer-
ed b) I1"'- 'ii r \ i te but n e ch IS-
C' bj delegates selecte I by the
religions c Mtncils in e ich !- leli
i.....iship. i len Dayan ad
the l that he has soe-
ei'ie objections lo a l
el on bi'l draft bv the Minis-
try fm ',:'- Affairs ind the
Ministr) of Justice.
The bill was unanimously ap-
proved by a ministerial sub-com-
mittee on I iws and bills and un-
der those circumstances could be
submitted directly to the Knesset
for approval without discussion
by the full Cabinet. But Dayan's
intervention is likely to bring
the whole issue before the gov-
ernment, delaying the i Ii etions.
In that event. Minister of Re-
ligious Affairs Zerach Warhaftig
\e to ask the Kn >sset to
ril) extend ihe terms of
the incumbent chief rabbis.
11:' an ha> said on pre* ious i -
e sions th t he believes the
h i- rome to end the division of
th chl : rabbinate into Ashke-
i I Sephardic branches
B"l itest Bcti >" "' 's h -
Two New Israel Bond Issues To
Be Initiated At Conference
Two new State of Israel Bond
issues aggregating SI billion will
be initiated during the three-day
1971 International Inaugural Is-
rael Bund Conf-rence which will
be held in Miami Beach from
Thursdnv. March 4. thr*rh Sat-
urday March 6, Sam Rothlier
general chairman of the Is'-i-d
Bond Organization. annonnc~d.
The new issues consist of a
S~,")0 million Fifth Development
Issue, and a $250 million Third
I' velopment Issue The latter i-
avnllable onlv to b*nk insur-
ance comoanlev, i ihor ii-;,>o;.
employee benefit funds, aid
e rnvnt.il. communal, religious
ducational InstR'ttions, M*\
Rothberg explained. The upcom-
Inaugural Conference will
lunch the campaign for the
sale of Sl'ii million in 1971 '1 '
balance of the new Issues will b
red for sde In 1972, he so d.
The special guest of honor '
the International inaugural l<-
t.iel Bond Conference, which will
ay tribute U Dr. Joseph J.
Schwartz for 40 years of histor-
ic service to the Jewish people,
will !>e His Excellency Zalman
Shazar, th- President of the
State of Israel.
The $730 million Fifth Develop
r.on(* Issue is available in 15-
y ar !' dollar coupon Bonds in
denominations of $500 to $100.-
000, and in 15-year dollar sav-
ings Bonds ii denominations of
.100 to sio coo. with a matur-
ity v i'ii.' of 180^. of the Issue
amount. A SI.000 Fifth D-velop-
m nt Savings Band will thus
have value of Si.soo by -
t unity.
i. ,.. j B I Ol this new is-
. -nod b) Prime Minister
Mo nd Finance Minis-
They and the
oi of Israel stand
even' Bond with their
i.. skills, self-sacrifice and
Mevement." Mr- Rthber
T- Th 1 Development Bonds
,. | organiza-
G
Ii
n
b.
In
ai
.!
tions pay 5V4AI interest and in-
clude a ninety-day liquidity
clause, These Bonds will be made
available to communal, religious
and educational institutions and
organizations, making it possible
for them to buy substantial
amounts in Israel Bonds from
their treasuries and thus pro-
vide large-scale resources for
Israel's economic development.
The new Fifth Development
nient Bonds proceeds will be al-
located to various development
areas, as follows: agriculture $45
million, aviation $30 million, c im-
munity facilities (schools, hos-
pitals and public buildings) S37.5
million, electric now. r $37 5 mil-
lion, housing $f!0 million. Indus-
try and crafts $127.5 million. Ir-
rigation $75 million, mining and
minerals S73 million, port de-
velon-rent <7.5 million.
budding and maintenance $75
million, shewing '-''-' 5 million,
telecommunications $82.5 mil-
lion and Other Items and general
reserve $75 million.
lii ..d to have been prompted by
the Army Chief Chaplain, Rai>hi
Shlomo Goren, who shares h i
opinion that one Chief Rabbi is
sufficient. Rabbi Goren, wh>
h ilds the rank of General, was
ted Askkenazic Chief Rabbi
of Tel Avi\ two years ago but
has yel i ike up that post.
S; bardic circles in the rel
his pat ties e ups '<: '
Dav in mi' e Thi y Insisl
dual rabbit i luse the; I
th, \-h'. n rabbis
'I..... )i > ':e iver all ra'
' -'........s.
News Briefs
I .S. Officials Split On Su'/
WASHINGTON IWNS) VS. government officials arc -
to be split over the desirability of reopening the Sue/ Canal. Th
N \v reported!) believes a closed Can I helps I i contain th sp
of So< iet power in the Indian area: the State Departmenl views
sue/ would be a means of decreasing the possi
of U.S.-Soviet confrontation, and in the Treasur) Department vi
the Canal's opening would be ol economic benefit to the Ui
Stab ind its European and Japanese 11 as well.
Charges lleiiioil Hv State ll WASHINGTON (WNS) State Department spokesman Rob-
ert J McCloskey, who said "There is a limit to what we ear,
del led charges that the department was 'dragging its feet" in t
case of Leonid Rigerman and his mother, Mrs. Esther R
Soviet Jews who are s. eking exit visas to come to America. The '
ermans were recently granted American citizenship on the grounds
that Mts. Rigerman was born in the United States, but Mr. Mc-
Closkey said the Soviet Union considers the Rigermans Soviet
citizens and does not recognize dual citizenship.
3 Soviet Families Given Permits
JERUSALEM (WNS Three Jewish families have been
granted exit permits and ordered to leave the Soviet Union within
11 days, it was learned. One of the families is that of 20-year-oli
Yasba KazakOV, now a resident of Israel, who last winter stage!
an eight-day hunger strike at the Isaiah Wall near the United
Nation headquarters in New York in an attempt to win exit permits
for hLs family.
Govern iii en I Can't Intervene
LONDON IWNS' John Davis. Secretary of State for T
and Industry, has advised Michael Fldter, a Conservative MP who is
also president of the Board of Deputies of British Jews, that the
British government is opposed to boycotts including those of the
Arab states against Israel, but cannot intervene with the M ibi
Shipping Company or other British firms who comply with boycott
measures. Mobil has advised ship's chandlers not to place any Israeli
goods or supplies or any goods or supplies that might be const
as being of Jewish origin aboard its ships as a result of a I
taken by Libya against its vessels.
Ilonn I'olieo Arrest 12
BONN (JTAi Nazi literature, swastika-, submachine ..
pistols and ammunition were uncovered by police this week in
on homes in Bonn. Cologne and Dusseldorf, Twelve persons m it
of whom the members ofr the Neo-Nazi Democratic Party were
arrested. Police said that the right-wingers had been planning ter-
rorist acts in Germany.


?oge 2-A
*JmMncrSdifrn
Friday, February 19. 1971
Federation Delegates Will
Attend Brussels Conclave
Tho Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
ration lias announced that it is
Bending a local di legation to the
irat International Conference on
Soviet Jewry, which will be held
i Brussels, Belgium, next week.
Rahiii Mayer Abramowitz, chair-
ian of the Miami Steering Conv
. littee "ii Soviet Jewry a suh-
ommittee ol Ihe Greater Miami
.-wish Federation's Community
Helations Committee rei hat th<' purpos of the Conference
. Brussels is to discuss appropriate
. ctions to lie taken to Influence
-,ie Soviet government to permit
Jewish citizens freedom to prac-
(V their religion, as provided in
ie Soviel Constitution, as well as
reedom to emigrate from the So-
,i Union,
The offici delegation of Mi-
ni'.- Steering Committee on So-
le! Jewry attending the Feb. 22-25
inference with world leaders to-
using /a -Id ttention on the prob-
ms of Jews in the USSR., in-
ludes Rabbi Abramowitz and Men-
ell Sells?, a member of 'he Federa-
ting )' i ill of Directors an I <>'
ne Campaign Cabinet of the 1971
Combined Jewish Anneal-Israel
tnergency Fund campaign.
Other Mlamiana attending the
!onf< rence as delegates of na-
ional organizations, will he Mjn.
I.ichel Abramowitz. representincr
ihe United Synagogues of America:
. oseph Yanich. representing the
talon of American Hebrew Oon-
_ rogations, and Rabbi Tibor Stern.
rpr.-sentinc the Rabbinical Coun-
il of America.
David Ren-Gurion. former L-
aeli Prime Minister, will head
Israel's delegation; the United
States representatives will be led
by former Supreme Court Justice
Arthur Gold'x'iu and U.S. Sena-
tors Jacob Javits and Abraham
UMooff.
In addition to the Jewish lead-
's, many prominent parliamen-
Rabbi Stern Delegate To
Conference In Belgium
Great Neck; former president
Samuel Rothstein of Brooklyn;
board member Franklin Feder ami
Mrs. Feder of New Jersey; Mrs.
MHenry Rapaport and Mrs. Sol
Henkind of Scarsdale, president
and former president of the Na-1
tional Women's League; Mrs. Ra-
ehel Abramowitz of Miami Beach,
and Mr. and Mrs. A. Krakovitz of
Philadelphia
tary representatives of Western
countries will participate in the
Internationa] Conference on So-
viet Jewry.
After their return from Brus-
sels M am delegation will con-
vene at an assembly or organiza-
tions representing every Jewish
organization in Greater Miami in
ord r to bring a firsthand report
on the decisions made and actions
to lie taken that were resolved at
the Conference. This assembly is
scheduled to be held at Temple Is-
rael of Miami Sunday, Feb. 28, at
7:30 p.m.
A United Synagogue of America
delegation will be headed by its
national president, Jacob Stein.
and Mrs. Stein, of Great Neck.
NY. The United Synagogue, a 1.5
million-member branch of Con-
servative Judaism with 836 syna-
gogues in North America, will also
be represented by its executive
vice president, Dr. Bernard Segal
of Foivst Hills; vice president Ar-
thur Levino and Mrs. Levine, of
Farband Leadership
Hears Geiger, Fisher
Moe Levin, president of Chalm
Weizman Branch of Farband, host-
ed a leadership meeting at his home
last week where more than SI 1.000
was raised on behalf of the 1971
Combined J. wish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund campaign. Mrs,
Edyth Geiger. representing the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation,
was the guest speaker. Also par-
i tlcipating in the program was M >r-
ris Fisher, vice secretary of the
national office of the Farband in
New York.
The leadership of the Farband
Branch has also scheduled a Purim
Luncheon on behalf of the 1971
CJA-IEF drive. It will l>c held Sun-
day afternoon, March 14, at the
The Rabbinical Council of Amer-
ica representing the largest Rab-
binic body in the world, has ap-
tinted Rabbi Tibor H. Stern.
spiritual leader of the Jacob C.
Cohen Synagogue, as a delegate
to th" World Conference on Soviet
Jewry to be held Feb. 23-26 In
Brussels, Belgium.
Rabbi Stern will go to the Con-
ference via Israel, where he will
meet with the Chief Rabbi of Is-
rael and with members ol the Is-
raeli delegation prior to the con-
clave.
The Rabbinical Council of Amer-
ica will present a plan for the
freedom of Russian Jews as a
prime religious and humanitarian
obligation of the present genera-
tion at the meeting in Belgium
Rabbi Stern, the founder of the
Key to Freedom,' a local 01
nization dedicated to the fret
of mankind, is taking with him
the first "Key to Freedom." He
will present it to the Presi ., n of
Israel, Zalman Shazar.
Rabbi Stern will report to the
Jewish community upon hi> return
t,i Miami Feb. 28.

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At Cocktail Reception
Jewish Vocational Service presi-l rocr president of the Jewish Voca-
dent Stuart Rothchild has an-1 ttanal Service, Board members Mrs.
nounced that a cocktail reception Meyer A. Raskin and Mrs. Sidney
| L. Lewis, and staff member, Mrs. ;
Harry I.. Miller are arranging I
the affair. Dr. Sol Center, a mem-'
ber uf thr Board of Directors, will!
introduce Mr. Greenspan to the
guests, which will include out-
standing leaders in the Greater
Miami community.
Mr. Greenspan, who came to the
Miami JVS from Detroit, where
he had served as assistant execu-
tive director of the Detroit JVS,
is a member of numerous profes-
sional associations and has au-
thored several professional arti-
cles in the tieltl of vocational coun-
seling and rehabilitation. He and
his wife, Betty, and daughters
Karen. Paula and Mar.'ia, now
live in the South Miami area.
Tiv Jewish Vocational Service,
located at '.IS N\V 25th St., is a
beneficiary agency of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation and the
United Fund of Oade County, it
offers Rervices to the handicapped
through i!s rehabilitation work-
shop, and provides a career gui-
dance and counseling service for
youth an,I ndults The agency also
serves individuals seeking help in
college Selection and scholarship
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honoring Eugene Grrenspan, nev ly
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i sency. win be held at the home
o! Rr-> and Mrs. Marshall S Har-
v- Sunday from .'!-T> p, n.
Mrs Ch irl -s IV Feint* r :. for-
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Louis Lister, president of the
" ; -ii Association of Temple
irs, anil lecturer in i llIC I-
ii Ilehrew I men Colli :
Jewish Institute of Religion, will
ael as Educator-in-Residenre for
11 .. .'is schools during
-... ni nth of F( bruary, acco xiing
to Leonard Zilbert, president of
thi Bureau of Jewish Education.
Mr. Listi r will \ is t the s
and consult with educational di-
rt t-tors and stafl bi fore he meets
with the Temple educators to dis-
cuss his observations and recom-
mendations for new and innova-
tive programming Feb. 25 at
Temple Judea.
The Educator-in-Rcsidence pro-
gi am, an experiment of the
Bureau of Jewish Education in
developing more relevancy in the
weekend program, may become an
annual function of the Bureau,
Mr. Lister is a coordinator of
the Extension Center of the He-
brew Union College-Jewish Insti-
tute of Religion School of Educa-
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Master of Religious Education
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mittee on Fellows in Religious
Education of the t'nion of Ameri-
can Hebrew Congregations Com-
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WASHINGTON Anyone
with on-the-spot knowledge of
the long-cherished aspirations of
the allied high c immands in Sai-
gon can figure out the cause ol
all the recent commotion. If
all goes well, the South Viet-
namese ire going to do what the
Americans and S uth Vietna-
mesi oughl to have done i mr
years md more ago.
,vo South Vietna-
mese troops are going i ;
cut the i Is near their
point of origin, in the area ol
ntains and dei p valleys
,s the Laos bordi r from the
Khi S inh Plateau. A" a h
|y h ve '
icd ins lern 1
I air
support. 1
i i '
h to
Diplomatic Picture Has Changed
The Suez Canal, a source of contention between Israel
and Egypt for the most of the decades of the Jewish state's
existence, may now turn out to be the source leadina to a
settlement in the Middle East, if one dares to be optimistic.
While many thought the Egyptian proposal just as
"strange'' as did Golda Meir, others can see President
Sadat's proposal as a serious move which, if nothing else,
can serve to prolong the negotiations beyond the latest ex-
tension of the cease-fire situation. If the Israeli leaders ex-
pressed disappointment that certain conditions were not
stated in relation to the opening of the Suez, it is nonethe-
less significant that the Egyptian plan was not rejected
completely.
After the Six-Day War both Israel and Egypt regarded
the Suez Canal as important to negotiations but the world
situation apparently fooled both. Opening the Canal to
shipping was neither important enough to the Western
powers to force Israel into giving up her rights nor lucra-
tive enough to the Egyptians to bring them to the bargain-
ing table. But the diplomatic picture has changed, it seems,
and the feeling in some circles is that the risk of more war
in the Middle East will be reduced, even if the psace that
Israel seeks won't ccme into being, by accommodation at
Suez.
A Significant Beginning
Organized Jewry's concern with its youth on college
campuses is beginning to show some action although, in
terms of financing programs, it may be too little, if not too
late. The Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare
Funds has just released $17,000 in grants from a fund
of S50.000 set up last November. While this is commend-
able, the guestion remains as to whether or not sufficient
funds are being made available in general for this purpose.
Through B'nai B'rith's Hillel a number of "Free Uni-
versity" projects have been launched which will concen-
trate on Jewish studies. One of these has been estab-
lished on the University of Miami camDus throuah the
assistance of the local Federation. The Religious Zionists
have created a Council of Intellectuals to combat the nega-
tive attitude of left-oriented Jewish students toward Israel in
general, and Zionism, in particular.
The guestion still to be answered will be whether the
students will accept the decisions of the "establishment"
as to how to win their hearts and minds to Judaism or, as
has been the case on the UCLA campus, they will develoD
their own programs, some of which run counter to tradi-
tional Jewish emphasis but seem to have attracted hun-
dreds of otherwise alienated young people. In the mean-
time, the campus campaign is now well under way and
the recognition of its importance is, at the very least, a sig-
nificant beginning.
Another Myth Exposed
The long-drawn out negotiations with the major oil
producing nations, most of them Arab, have exposed an-
other Middle East myth that presumably made Western
countries who are dependent on that oil, shudder for their
fate. It was an old theory that friendship for Israel would
lead to retaliation and the cutting off of oil supplies.
It is now guite clear that the only issue is a better share
cf the oil profits as the Shah of Iran, regarded as friendly
to Israel, emphasized, and as the representatives of Irag,
Saudi Arabia and Kuwait confirmed by their failure to
raise the old anti-Israel argument. It is hoped that the
American companies involved, which have used pressure
on our government in the past, also got the message.
hJV\i
Comment
It has been more than a year
since I have written about the
war in Indochina one can
hardly use South Vietnam as a
base today and thus, for a
Change, I would seem to l>e with
the majority attitude in this
country. We have lived with this
frustration for so long that the
doves have been cooing where
once their tones were strident
The marching and violence
which came out of the disillusion-
ment with President Johnson
posed a threat to the nation and
President Nixon's Cambodian ad-
venture put us on the brink of
civil disorder, but the appa-enl
acceptance of the latest escala-
tion i into Laos and next Thai-
land appears) to me to be even
a greater danger to the future
of the United States.
WHILE on the surface the
Nixon administration seems t i
have won the public opini in bat-
tle, in realitv th's his b ien
while close to 509! of the Amer-
ican people don't believe a word
that has been said to justify
this latest expansion of the war.
Even if it is called in the Ian-
guaee of 19S4. "protective reac-
tion."
To gay that the move into
I BOS is not an cnla-""meiit nf
the war is so at varline v i'h
fie fpets tb ,i .. we j'-.',..i ,.i.
ier. almost half the
don't belive it and most (>f the
nth-- admit to being con-
fused."
All. OF THIS lh,
n'nnnin I vvhn Pn |

against the La trails them-
selves.
Till: AMKKH AN roll W
isely what it has been i
Cambodia since our :i
troops withdrew from the
I In ether word.-, prim I -
ily because we hai e n it
the South Victnam<
tin i own, U.S
ri tin nu
ti and : r
I
... t the Si >uth V i
n th
i vhal fact h
It s| ks
nit the i
v-
:' b i alv
my su
in. In recent moi
V; N nth Vi t .
irly i tn
h ive hern he i\ ily defe il
vhenevi I S 'h VTetn
ha en 1 he il ft
Yi i the risk ill there, a
\ (iOOO M \NV mt nbers
President's ow n adn
i on ii r more worried about up-
Sen William r'u
;1 than thi a"e c ino
i*il tb g! ests
.....ites I E" i-
md \ ol hi-
ll turn, ar d wm
t b>
: : n >var ai I
I proved > r >n
-': -- in South
lot ely on then It
en th So h V: tna
- i-. thi c 'ill
el -
But v i to do so
Continueo en P9 12-A
the central problem ol out time
the war in Southeast Asia,
the wars for which w< seem to
Ik? preparing and the all-devour-
ing arms .,,ce which threatens
human existence and to drain
away our human, physical and
financi resources, In hi- State
of the Union message he empha-
sized many things but, in real
terms, revenue-sharing, Cab
iv irganization and the like are
divisionary issui s as c imp
with the gnat ones he evad d
President Nixon obvious!) is
aware ol the risk to his hop -
in 1872 thai expanding the war
ntails but, a Is i ob\ i ius he c in-
not resist the swei t-talk ol the
nerals a oth i P i sid -nts
have been unable thai
war ru ns less
THE MAILING ol hawkish Jo-
- h Alt ip i u nn att ic
Fulbrl 'in s oi e*
th ttempts l
1 by citing "exp i ts." just as
the contradict.....i stat. ments bj
Sl '"' iries I. ird and Rogers e
'-''I to keen the gen ral
' '' ic off its guard
Bui what of the pe ice move-
ment? Peter Steinfels, wi
I" the Catholic magazin Com-
monweal, ,. ,.,,, Al, ,,,,,, R
;""' '"' N'"' that we n.....I ..>,
'e tho old movement has
I or needs tn b. ,, ,,,
his opinion onlv thai Ii
quires some re-orientation.
HE POINTS OFT for inst
""" ol th. faults of the p
' lM.l, .. .
ters to O
by EDWARD COHEN
sibl> naive" at this time in h -
tory, but it proved an effectiv
tool and deapite the poor mail
service might keep the prcssun
on the Congressmen, many it
whom seem to have given up.
Is a matter of strategy. St<
fels suggests that the "n <
peace movement should now 1-
Bjin to be oriented toward the
1972 election because '72 i-
reckoning of some sort, "it is
a moment." be writes, "pi
hi their finger on without
fi elina loss in a misty antii
' ol some far distant, va1
'< "iat..... of Americ ui -
tj Not because electoral p li-
es ire everything, or because
change m the Pres'dent
means a t'.t ,i chi
in the *j item."
BESIDES projecting other
simple ictl -s, Stt Infels mak< -
i feel is a strong point in
! for "an older peace mo\ -
' Young people h ive
in the van nj u I ol the b ittli
elders icco d i
to the polls, are hist as much
opposed to the wai, It is n t
surprising :., hen that the >
ha' p manifested some degn
slvll-s'iock and it is time for thi
mothers and fathers to volunti i r
Front-line duty.
ii o| H- iccept the
ll Studies which
' > r eh M'i'm have b<
ted and advali/ d becausi
ol the hypoerlsv ol i iocii t>
which continually fights
ill wars The older
' well t il
1 I i eve it
bv .....||n i all wars in i
it way. Just stopping.
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Friday, February 19, 1971

As.
Max
Sees It
One of the sillier aspects of the youth counter culture is the
sweeping character ol its negative attitude toward technology.
[1 hasn't made man happy, nor has it solved the problems of
society and besides, America is good at it: hence it is bad.
it isn't too hard to suggest an answer: technology was never
meant to make men happy, only somewhat more effective; it
C n't possibly solve the problems of a .society, but neither can
t \ !;' solved without it. As for the anti-American ploy, it Ls
! st too exhausting and self-deceiving to have to op lose every-
at which America has shown skill. Even for the New Left
i ion ought to be some limits of self-hatred.
1 thought that Norman Mailer showed sourage as well as
. hi in his willingness in "A Fire on the Moon" to run counter
is new dogma. The book is written with his customary in-
i for words and with that narcissism which puts
> iu off until you are caught up in its honesty. And being honest
technology, including space technology, he also has to be
- all of us must be.


THE DA.NUER OF an) advanced technology is that men are
tried away by the skills they develop over it. and the power it
them, and run the danger of forgetting the limits of the
human. Every now and then some failure or near failure, as with
the last A|niI1o mission, reminds them that the human factor is
always there and that man is blessedly fallible. But then their
r \t step is always to isolate what went wrong, retrieve and
correct it and move on to seeming infallibility.
But don't sweep technology away and prate about the bless-
ii ,'s of the primitive. I have been in too manv undeveloped Coun-
1 ies, seen too many cultures with only a rudimentary technology,
witnessed too much of the impact of poverty and sheer back-
b eaking toil to haw much sympathy for the cult of the Golden
Age before technology. In the sweep of human history it was
l in; ,1 for iran and woman, too to find a way of easing the
burden of the intolerable, constant struggle with the soil and the
nts and 't some time for reflection and art .m<\ love,

/.
Bl'T < i.kaki.\ nan is in danger ol r. Inthepro-
?s of [git with nature he has suhcummed to the
tc nptation to rid poll.Me. To get free of his struggle with
nts, has Ignored and even forgotten them forgotten
0 th I irs ol the tent of the sky, forgotten
nd lei and fire. It is ironic to see ho c >nci rned we have
' .tii the kind of soil and reck the Apoii astronauts will
ii _' up and bring back from the moon, when so many of us h ive
1 gotten the quality of our own soil and rocks and the story they
tell about our history and habitation.
Another danger is that we will mak" technology goal and
biter as well as means. It doesn't follow that because man has
the skill to make unimaginably lethal weapons he therefore has
also the right to fashion and use them. Nor does it follow that
because he will someday learn how to manipulate life, match
new genetic combinations and perhaps even create life that, he
therefore has th cright godlike to put his knowledge into effect.
Science and technology are not their own justifications for their
own sweet sake.
it
THUS, THK r.l.n.HT that advanced technology carries with
it is the Impersonal, the automatic and unthinking and the con-
fusion of means within. Which is another way of saying that if
> iu make a Faustian bargain to sell your soul for the" power that
C lie- along with technology, you cannot in the end refuse to
pay the price of the bargain.
But what 1 Challenge is the idea that the bargain ever had
t be made. Man's moral freedom doesn't have to change simply
i 'cause the science and technology he uses grow ever more com-
plex The astronauts aiming at the moon, and moving about on
it, are no less free than the tribesmen uttering incantations to it.
We can live WITH the impersonality and precision of the com-
piler which makes the moon explorations possible, but we don't
h ive to live BY those qualities. We can use instruments without
turning them into values to live by.
In the case ol the moon and space explorations there is one
\ hie that enriches usthe stretching of the imagination they
make possible, if we are not too doltish or too blindered politi-
c illy to profit from it.
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'Outstanding Public Service'
Award For Mayor David Kennedy
Florida's Lieutenant-Governor.
Tom--4dams,~will be repwifnrrng
Gov. Reubin Askew when Miami's
: Mayor David T. Kennedy is pre-
sented with the "Outstanding Pub-
lic Service Award" at Congrega-
tion Ohev Shalom's eighth annual
dinner Sunday evening at the
Plaza Hotel.
Gov. Askew had hoped to h"
n when Mayor Kennedy re-
ceived the awaro. but had to at-
tend a Governors' conference in
lington, \i.C. Sunday, o
sal !
Als i he honored at the event
is Criminal Court Judge Murray
in, w iio will he r 'cognized
for his service in the judicial field.
and Nathan Farber, a member of
Congregation Ohev Shalom, who
will receive the synagogue's "Man
ol the Yea:' iw m
"Mayo:- Kennedy is re
awam at the age of 36,' said Rabbi
Phineas A. Weberman, spiritual
leader of the Congregation, "be-
cause he typifies the fresh, young.
vital leadership which we believe
is so essential to our community
and our nation. The good works of
Mayor Kennedy have been felt far
beyond the boundaries of the City
of Miami.' said the rabbi.
Mayor Kennedy, the youngest
person ever elected to the Miami
City Commission when he took
office in 1961, was reelected in
1965 and 1969 and had served as
Vice Mayor and Acting Mayor be-
fore being appointed last year by
his fellow Commissioners.
Mayor Kennedy served for nine
yeai as a United F inteer,
and has he, a chairman i
Countj I '' ipl -r of Hie Nation il
Scl Societj
nan ol the 3| iker's Bureau of the
intj Unit of the A':
Cancel S ietj I State Ch lir-
man >1 the Chi istm s Toj Fund
tor Mentally Retarded Children in
State Institutions.
of rji-so*nrs ,r the Greater Miami
Traffic Association.
Mayor Kennedy, who received
the Miami .lunior Chamber ol
Commerce Distinguished Service
Award as the "Outstanding Young
Man in Miami.' and was selected
by the Florida Junior Chamber Of
Commerce as "One ol the Five
Outstanding Young Men in Flor-
ida," was recently named "One ol
the Outstanding Young Men in
Americ l" by the U S. Junior Cham-
>.,., i i' .mm rce. The Interna-
tional ouncil ol Do Mol i> also
honored him with its high
Th U :ion Honor "
of the leading
fur merch ints in the United
States the loun lers of
, tgogue in New
1 as its B
years
He we-
Synae N.Y. for
four ye irs, ind has also he. i th
ol Yeshiva To:
for ovi r 30 ye irs, He has s I
as pr< sident of Young 1-: ael ol '
v. nere, I I.. N\Y.
in ol the Ahavat Achiin
Sj. igue Brooklyn.
Nathan Farber ha- been es-
pecial^ dedie ted to furthering the
cause ol the Orthodox Jewish faith
ami i..- '. foi is in this field have
helpe l greatlj to develop >rtho-
dox Jewish living and learning in
the United Si ites s tid Rabbi
Wei- man.
He has also been chairman ol
the Downtown Development Au-
thority, member of the Inter-Amer-
ican Center Authority, on the
board of trustees and execut v
committee of the Greater Miami
Coalition, and a member of board
Beth Am Brotherhood's
' Interfaith Dinner Tuesday
Hi oil Malln, president ol Tern-
i A B the
I !i 11 I '
lh 1 tinner will I
ruosday in l
ii ill.
\ I. I;
h
> i'iian Church oi Coral
1 Ies Th p uiei discuss in I '.-
i he dinner will have the
os of furthering under-
ling between all i tiths.
NATHAS fARBtR
Dr. Diamond Is 'CCC
Lecturer At Beth Sholom
I >.-. .: 1 >..,:110ml. Profl SSOI
logy, a..1 give u
trati I talk on "Secrets ol the
Past Sund ty at 10:30 a.m. in the
iple Beth Sholom
ocordii in announcement b>
.lames S. Knopke, chairman of the
Coffee, Culture and Conversation
Committee, under whose auspices
the ectun held.
IV. Diamond, who has his PhD
om Dropsic College for
Hi i ew and ("ogn itc Learning,
w as foi executive v ice presi-
I I if Jl -!l I i'lll-
ii A fi lUnoV r ol T' aohers' t '< i
ml to is pn sently
mrses in 1 I Archai
ty of
!
Rabbi Susskind Lecturing
d i Susskind ol Tern
th I SI Pi tersburg will
it the Jewish Chauta iqu
lectu e- ,t ,i tcksonvilli
'' edn< i iv The rabbi's
subject will be "The Shapi of Mod-
ern Judaism
I
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you have
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Friday, February 19, 1971
Shelley Winters To Appear
At Hollywood Bond Dinner
Shelley
i :not
pear <>t a nationa
Winters, the award-win- frequent appearances in New York
ion picture star, will ap-' iind other parts of the country on
behalf of the Israel Bond drive
Sim has also visited Israel, and
witnessed firsthand the economic
development wrought by Israel
Bond capital.
A film star for more than 20
years, Miss Winters has demon-
strated her versatility through ap-
pearanc -s in best known films include "A Place
in the Sun."' The Big Knife,"
"Executive Suite." and "The Great
Gatsby." She won an Oscar as
best supporting actress for her per-
formance in "A Patch of Blue" In
1966.
On the Stage. Misa Winters won
acclaim in tWO Broadway pi ays.
"Hatful of Rain" and "Girls of
Summer." She made her debut
last year as a playwright when
three of her one-act plays were
oerformed off-Broadway in New
York.
More than 170 residents of Southgate Towers gathered to
hear Yehuda Avner. (center) First Secretary of the Embassy
of Israel in Washington. D.C., at the building's Combined
Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund campaign breakfast
meeting. H. Jack Chasin. coordinator, is at left, and Robert
L. Ober, campaign coordinator, at right.___________________
14
SHtuEY winters
da) Feb. 20, at T
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developm n\ Israel
tl gh Stati
event is \i '
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Histadrut Announces $30 Million Campaign
A nationwide campaign to se-
cure $30 million in additional con-
tributions to the Israel Histadrut
Foundation and bring its total re-
el to $50 million within four
irs was announced Wednesday
r in Miami Beach.
The record-shattering drive for
deferred gifts was announced at
t concluding banquet of the sixth
ai lual international Mid-Winter
Conference of the Israel Histadrut
f ndation at the Fontainebii au
11 lei.
Pr. I-enn Kronish of Miami
Bi ch, who was installed for a
Si tnd term as national chairman
of 'lie board, William 11 Sylk of
PI i} Histadrut Foundation, and Dl Sol
SI : Sew York, executive vice
p ps lent, will spearhead the -
limit the United SI
:>
Former United States Supreme]
Court Justice Arthur J. Goldberg
eeeived a special .maid during
the dinner, which brought the|
Foundation's commitments and'
fash total past the 820 million
mark. More than $1,000.0 H) was
secured during the three-day con-
:lave in which some 1,150 dele-
I tt< a participated.
A new issue of the Histadrut
Annuity Trust, amounting to $2,-
500.000 in 8.51 certificates, was
launched at the Mid-Winter Con-
'erence. Norman J. Kasscr of Coral
Gables and Morris Lange of Cleve-
land were cochairmen of the high-
Ij successful conclave.
At Monday night's session, more
than t'oo p rsons gave a standing
ovation to U S Senator Mike Grav-
ft i his c ill for tot :1 r
Si tes su| porl ol Israel in
in Middle East cr s
Sen. (Irav 1, a Democrat ffom
Alaska who says "I've probably j
spent moie time in the Middle
East than any other non-Jew ish
member of ihe Congress," urged
continued Israeli administrati in pi
Jerusalem.
"One of the saddesl -: ries l
know is that for 19 ye irs, under
Aral) rule, no .lew was permitted
to worship in the holy places of
FerusMem. Under the Israeli ad-
ministration men and women of
every faith are free to worship
at eve-y shrine," the tall, dark-
haired Sen. Gravel asserted.
He reminded his enthusiastic
audience that Israel had with-
drawn from tin Sinai in 11157 with
guarantees of free pass ige through
in- Sin i Canal and the (', il' of
\ Bui v '. -r. th chips > re
: May. 1967. even the 1
States lirs <;. for <. llj d y
afTd w.'ek*, threatening the very
life of the State of Israel," the
liberal legislatlor asserted.
"Israel should not give up one
inch of ground until the Aral)
siat''-; recognize her legitimate j
place as a sovereign country in the
family of nations." he declared.
Jacob Kal/man of New York,
national secretary general of the
Farband-Labor Zionist Order who
was the keynote speaker, called
Ihe Histadrut "the very heart of
'he social existence of Israel, the
leader in the cause of social jus-
lice, medical services and the wel-
fare of the people of Israel."
Monday's session produced $252,-
c 'l in new pledges and cash con-
tributions ind Tuesday afternoon's
annual seminar iddi d an addit! >nal
! 0 ).
.1 I-, ill''" t S. Sh
counsel of the Foundation in Flor-
ida, and Dr. Stein outlined bene-
fits to individuals and Israel ol
new methods of annuity funds',
trusts, income funds, wills anil
other bequests
At a Wednesday afternoon i
ception feting Justice Gold!
sponsored by the Jefferson Nation-
al Bank of Miami Beach at its
Arthur Godfrey fload headquarter-,
attorneys, accountants and hank-
ing officials were briefed on tin
advantages of th" Israel Histadrut
Foundation's program.
Dr. Michael Sossin. president ol
the Israel Histadrut Council ol
South Florida, presided at Me,
ilav's opening session and I It
lined the progress of the Founda-
tion an,hi its three chairn
Justice <" ildberg, Mr. Sylk and
' >r Kroi
Come to Israel, And
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The temples will be full
And after temple, every-
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Friday, February 19, .971
RABSI SIMOH MUKMNO
Rabbinical Council Names
School's Principal
o, princi-
l Con munity Day
i] ; tinted io
, -. tioi ind the
s of the Rab-
I C luneil of Am 'rica as its
l*71 \ itional Convent! in sched-
uled '. irin in Mi ml i!< ach.
The RC\. in organization of
...s : ifahis from yeshivol and
ox rabbinical seminaries,
promote thr study of
Torah in the community and the
fuller observance of traditional
1 i ;. Rabbi Murciano, who
u is oi I ilm I from the Mirror
J shiva in New York, holds a
bachelor's and a Master's degree
from the University of Pittsburgh
;md a specialist in education de-
gree from the University of Louis-
ville.
r>evw^**r%***^
U.S., Israel
Disagree On
Latest Moves
Con't from Page 1-A
sit Washington's bidding.
Mr. Sisco. in an interview on
"Face the Nation," broadcast by
CBS. said that Security Council
Resolution 242 gave Dr. Jarring
the mandate "to promote an
agreement between the two par-
ties," and the U.S. peace initia-
tive gave him "very wide lati-
tude. Since both sides are com-
mitted to the Council resolu-
tion and the U.S. initiative, no
procedures are barred." he said.
The latest issue of Newsweek
naagastne also caned official
concern. The publication con-
tained an interview with Egypt's
President Sadal conducted bj
Arnaud editor. Israeli officials pointed
out that in it, the Egyptian lead-
er gave ii" hint that he Intended
in negotiate peace or conclude
peaee wi:h Israel and every de-
mand leti an opening tor a new
demand.
If Israel agreed to withdraw,
he said, he would agree to pro-
long the 30-day cease-fire ex-
tension, which expires March 7.
to a "fixed date." Israel's use of
the Sue/ Canal, he said, would
hinge on whether she "fulfilled
her obligations under the U.N.
resolutions" ... in other words,
use of the waterway could only
follow a solution of the Pales-
tinian refugee problem.
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
Why Is it that on Friday night
there is sort of abbreviated repe-
tition of these benediction*?
A number of answers have been
given for this practice. Some say
(Turi that this is done so as to
prolong the service for the sake of
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Mishpatim
Now these are the ordinances which thou shall set be
them ." i Chapters 21-24)
Many of the commandments recorded in this sedrah at
eondsc form. Thus presentation of their salient principle- n
accordance with rabbinic interpretation of the biblical text.
MASTER AND SERVANT: Heading the list an- the 1.
safe-guard the human treatment of servants. A purchased I
brew servant must Ik- set free by his master after six yea, ,l
service. If his wife and children follow him into servitude I
live with him. Should he become so attached to his master
lati- I the latecomers who may face dan- | familv that he finally asserts his desire to remain beyon
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CANDIELIGHTING TIME
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GOP Fund-Raising Dinner
The Republican Executive Com-
mittee of Dade County will hoid
its 25th annual Lincoln Day Din-
ner at Miami Springs Villas Play-
house, on Washington's birthday
(Feb. 221 this year. The gala ban-
quet will attract scores of local,
state and national Republican of-
ficials; featured speaker will be
Rep. Jack F. Kemp (R.-N.Y.L This
event has been a fund-raising func-
tion since 1!M6 in Dado County:
next to elections, it is considered
the most important activity of the
local Republican Party.
ger if they had to walk home alone.
Others claim that this is done be-
cause the benedictions of the Sab-
bath prayer include the recitation
of a benediction which is called
"Kiddush" man's declaration of
the sanctity of the clay ol the Sab-
bath.
When a group Is together
there is an obligation to pro-
claim the sanctity of the day
in whatever activity one is nor-
mally engaged. However, since the
ish b -m dictl n pro thai
the prayers ar design ited as Sab-
bath prayers, it cannot be recited
alone but must be cast as part oi
the prayer benedictions. Thus, it is
recited along with an abbreviated
version of the other benedict ions.
The reason for the abbreviation
is again to demonstrate that the
week-day evening service or in gen-
eral the obligation of prayer in the
evening is only a private obliga-
tion and that the primary obliga-
tion for some repetition of the
service on Friday evening is for
.he sake of the public sanctification
of the Sabbath.
Some point out still further that
Kiddush could have been made
over the wine in the public service
of the synagogue, but it was done
as a repetition of the prayers foi
the sake of those congregations
which could not afford to have
wine thus being extended as a
regular procedure in all congrega-
tions.
six years, he may make a declaration to this effect before
Judges, and his master pierces his ear to the door of the
with an awl; he may then continue to serve until the j
jubilee.
CAPITAL PUNISHMENT: The death penalty may be
I for the toll wilful! murdi r, iwhen d
the followin i: willful m d
causedby accident the ac<
next of kin by moving!
napping, the
to idols.
INJURIES TO THE PERSON The law rcl
life ior life, eye for i : I th I >i to ith pp in i
the case of willful murder. For all other injuries to the pe
the wrongdoer Is made to pay medical expenses, and mor,
compensation as well as donations for the loss of earnl
Among the cases listed are the following: injuries Inflicted n
a fight; miscarriage caused accidentally by men during a brawl
or quarrel: death caused by a vicious animal whose owner, ki
ing it to be dangerous, failed to take proper precautions
ligence and theft, compensation must also be paid for dam.u i
property. If an animal is killed by falling into an .mover,-:
the person responsible for thus negligence must pay the i
to its owner. Theft is punished by five-fold restitution for ,n
ox and four-fold for a sheep, when the animal has been k
or sold. Should the thief be caught with it in his possesioi be
must restore the stolen animal ar.d give the owner an ad
tional animal as a fine. A householder can plctd justifiable Iv
cide if he kills a burglar breaking in during the niitit. bul
may he charged with murder if he kills ;i housebreak.r duii.-i
the day. A thief who cannot make restitution is sold into ahrvi
Additional laws are listed relating to moral offenses and
cellaneoud precepts of bclwvlot and. observances.

Illustrated Lecture On World Jewry Siiiida}
Samuel Abrahams. New York | Mr. Abrahams, who*' late?1
lawyer and author, will delivei an, is entitled Law in family Corn
Illustrated lecture on "Jewry | flict" will show colored sl d< s A
Around the World" at the Young j J<-wish Institutions and i
Israel of Greater Miami. 990 NE in such countries as India N pai
171st St.. North Miami Beach. Stagapore, Australia, New !
Sunday at 7:30 p.m.
MIAMI
A H A V A r SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox
Cantor A-on Ben Aron. 1 j
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ANSHE EMES. ^'633 SW 19th Ave.
ve, Cantor Sol Pakowitz 2
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BETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. Ken-
dull Or S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard, Cantor M'cheal
Kyrr 3
BETH DAVID. L-626 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative, Rabbi Sol Landau
Cantoi William W. Lipion. '
mon: "Tin- Owning ,>l
Am i Saturday 9 am Bar Stitx-
-. : ivid Ptm us, son of Mr. and
Yl! I :. u-
BETH EL. 50U SW l7Ui Ave. Orthc
dox. 61

BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Ben Dickson 8
Friday 8:1S p.m. Guest speaker Mayor
Stephen P. Clark "" "Brotherhood.",
followed by Oneg Shabbmt hosted by
Men's "Tub Saturday 8:46 am. Bar
Milzvah: William, don i.f .Mr and
Mrs Leonard H Shapiro, followed
i, reception In auditorium. 4:4:, i> ni .
"Portion of Hi- Law." 5:18 p.m.: "The
Sabbath of Sh'kallm"
BETH TOV (Temple). 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative Rabbi Simon
April Cantor Seymour HinWee t
Friday S: 1 r, p.m. Quest speaker Com-
missioner Irwin <: Christie, topic:
"Ecology of iho Mind" Followed by
otipe Bhabbat hosted by Cantor and
Mrs Hlnkea i honor of birthdays of
Cantor and his dautfhtr-r.
ISRAEL (Temple) OF GREATER
Miami. 137 NE 19th Street. Reform.
Rabbi Joseph R Narot. 10
Friday K:]r> p.m.I'ulpit dialogue ;
between Rabbi Joseph R, Narot and
Schechter, son of Mr and Mrs Walt-
er Schechter.
BETH TFILAH. 938 Euclid Ave. Or.
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-
ky 22
BETH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGREGA-
e
TION, 843 Meridian Avenue. 22-A
CUBAN HEBMEW CONGREGATION.
1242 Washington Ave Orthodox.
Rabbi Dow Rozencwaig 23
EMANU-EL (TEMPLE). 1701 Wash-
ington Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irv-
ing Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler 24
I Friday 8:30 p m Sermon: "Brother-
hood In Brothirh.....i Week." Satur-
da} 9 in Topic.: "The Weekl) P<
tkm of the Bible 10:30 n m Bar
M it\ iii Mark Alan Matnik son of
Sir and Mrs. Alvln Malnick.
OR OLOM (lempie) B/3b SW. 16th ..___.,, i_,_ .. _
St. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph Glix- HBREW ACADEMY 2400 Pinetree
man. 13 Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Friday 5 30 p.m and 8 p.m Saturday Gr- 25
CONG. AN.NELL (Branch of He-
brew Academy). 7th St. and Meri-
dian Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham
Ben-Hillll 25.A
Rev I > 11 Olson.
ISRAELITE CENTER. 4175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
Drazin Cantor Nathan Parnass 11
Frida} !i:30 p.m and 8:15 p.m Ser-
mon: "The Reed For i.n Satur-
day !" am : Sermon: "Eh en a
Whole Jew Is Only Half"
Cantor Jack Lerner. 38 i
SINAI (TEMPLE) of NORTH DADE
18801 NE. 22nd Avenue. Reform
Rabbi Ralph *. Kingsley. Cantor
Irving Shulkea.
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18151 NE.
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah F.
Caplan. S8
Frida) 5:30 p m Saturday o m Ser-
mon: 'Man And I ..i\> I lai M I
Mark Goldberg-, son Ol Mr ana Mis
Melvin Qoldburg
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER
MIAMI. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox
Rabbi Naftali Porush. 39
CORAL GABIES
JUDEA (TEMPLE) 5500 Granada
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Morris Kipper 40 j sY..
Frida) 8:15 ). m l'ulpi1 gui I ;. ,1,1 '
Kogan
anil Israel.
Cantor Ernest Srhreiber 46
SURFSIOE
MOGAN DAVID CONGR EC. A T,o^.
9293 Harding Ave.. Surfside. Tows
Hall Orthodox. Rabin Isaac D Vim.
M
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MAUANDAIE
HALLANDALE JEWISH CCNTES
126 N. E. 1st A,-. H
HOUYV.'OOD
BETH EL (TEMPLE) 1351 S Ava>
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe 41
Pi Ida} IIJ pm. Srnlii
In Jl'Ull-h II -
lowi l by film: "Be lond Tl
Saturda) 11 a m Bar Mr.
! Ml
n
on of Mr.
'.:3" p in
and Mrs. Rafael Salts.
TIFFRETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami j
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice i
Klein. Cantor Marchbein-Marbiny
14 |
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "All oui
war on Poverty is old story to bible)
Btudents.
TIFERETH JACOB (Temple)
4th Ave, Conservative
951 E.
15
ZION (TEMPLE). 8000 Miller Rd
Conservative, Rabbi Norman '4. Sha-
piro. Cantor Richard S. Browdy. 16
Friday, >.:( p.m Saturda} '.' iii
Bar Mitzvah: Robert Frederlcl
of Mr. and Mis. Qeorse Liner. 4:47,
p.m. Mar Mltxvah: Bruce, son of Mr
and Mrs Narziss, nli'ltl
NORTH MIAMI
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
13600 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative
Rabbi Joseph Gorfinkel, Cantor
Ben Zion Kirschenhaum 35
Friday 1:15 Sermon:
It's impact Ami Significance"
MIAMI BEACH
AGUOATH ISRAEL. 7801 Oarlyle Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Issac Ever. 17
-r"
Thft pige U preparjd in
Cooperation with the Greater
Miami Rabbinical Association.
Coordinator of 'he features
ah hearing here is
RABBI MAXWELL BERGER
Spiritual Leade* of
Temple Znmoro
Coral Gables
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Berel Wein 18
BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir.
sky. Cantor Maurice Mamches. 19
BETH RAPHAEL (TEMPLE). 1545
Jefferson Ave. Conservative Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh 20
JACOB C COI'FN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
Cantor Meyer Engel. 26
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KNESFTH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave. I
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield. '
Cantor Abraham Seif 27 i
i MENORAH (TEMPLE). 620 75th St
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Nico Feldman 28
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; NER TAMID (TEM"'.E). 80th St. and ;
Tatum Waterway. Conservative.
Rabbi Tugene Labovitz Cantor Ed.
ward rtlein. 2j
OHEV SHALOM. /055 Bonita Dr. I
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber-
man. so j
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmias. 31
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1642-
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi Avrohom
Groncr. 32
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER. 1720 79*h Street Cause,
way. North Bay Village. Conserve-
tive Cantor Carl Hender. 32-A
ZAMORA (TE"PLE) U Zamora Ave
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell Berger
Cantor Nathan Zolondek. 41
Ft iday > 16 i> m Sei mi .
I J.fe Satui day v ffi b m
FT. LAUDERDALE
BETH ISRAEL (TEMPLE). 547 fc
Oaklano Park Blvd. Rabbi Sheldor
Edwtirds Cantor Maurice Neu. 42
EMANU-EL. S245*wr Oakland Pars
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Arthur J. Ab-
rams. Cantor. Jerome Klement. 41
P0MPAN0 BEACH
SHOLOM (TEMPLE) 132 SE 11th Ave
Conservative. Kabbl Morris A. Ukop
BETH SHALOM (TEMPLE 1 I
Monroe St. Conservative Ral il
Morton Malavsky. Cantci ..-virg
Gold. 41
SINAI (TEMPLE). 1201 Johr
Conservative. Rabbi David ai-apiro.
Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun. ?/
MMAMAI
ISRAEL (TEMPLE) 6920 S.W. 3.3th ^t.
Conservative. Rabbi Elliot J Wiro-
grad. Cantor Abraham Koeter 41
MARGATE
MARGATE JEWISH CENTER. 601
N W. 9th St.
iKabbinical evision
v.
K'li. 21,
Feb. >!
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
M>ATH YESH'JRi.'N ( TEMPLE). 102J ;
N. C. Miami Girders Drive. Con.
serv.Tivi Rahbi Milton Schlinsky
Cantor Nathaniel Schub. 33
BETH TORAH NE 164th St. at 11th
Ave Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Jacob Renzer. 34
BETH SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 4144 Frldaj 6 p.m Kal: Shabbal s.T
Chase Ave. Liberal, Rabbi L*on vice followed bj traditionalI Sabbaui
Kromsh. Cantor David Conviser 21 dinm-r Bmonaui
Friday 8:15 p.m Topi,' "Reactions To -------a____
Two
10:45
Recent Bermpna." Saturday | I'NAI Raphael. 1401 nw I83rd st
a.m. Bar Mitzvah: Ulonn' Conservative. Rabbi Charles Rubel.
roar am*
f'li 10 9:30 a.m. The Jewish Worship Hour
Hast: Rabbi Eugene Labovitz, Temple Nor Tamid
Ch. 7. 10 a.m. The Still Small Voice
Topic: "Trviids Dewlo|Mnuita in Comtemix), y
Life"
Host: Rabbi Samuel v. Jaffee, Temple B<>th El,
Hollywood
Guest: Mr. Morton L Kemper, Baltimore Md. Ul
vice president National FederatkMi of Temple
Brotherhoods CStanaeUov o( the Jewish
Chautauqua Society
Feb. U-Ch. 4. S:^0 am. The First Kstate
Topic: Welfare Reform-
Host: Rev. Luther C Pierce
Guest: Miss Joan Gross, executive vice president,
Christian Community Service Agency
Rand: Rabbi Moms Kipper, Temple Judea and a
1- presentative of Fellowship of Churches

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U.S. Senators To Visiting Professor From England Will Lecture On Sunday
Receive Awards
The Herliert H. Lehman Ethics
M.-da) of The Jewish Theological
Seminary of America one ol Ita
highest awards will he present-
ed re Sunday, Feb. 28 to two of
the ountry's most unusual I'.S.
S, r.ators. Margaret Chase Smith
ci Maine the only woman ever
i pve iti lioth houses ol Con-
and Adlai K. Ste\| son
III of Illinois the third member
ol hi-; illustrious family to hold
high federal office since just be-
fon the trici ol the century at its
12th annual Convocation.
Convocation, to be atti nd-
ed :>.. hundreds of representatives
(' illegi s and univeisiti s
I hout I country and clei gy-
mon representing the Protestant,
I itl lie and Jewish faiths, v. ill
taki place in Temple Emanu-El,
. r. ach, stai ting at 3:00 p.m.
tions may be secured bj
- the Seminary's office at
107? 95th St.. Hay Harbor Islands.
l' Louis Finkelstcin, chancellor
Semii ary, and Dr. Bernard
Mandelbaum, president, will make
i sard presentations to Sena-
tors Smith and Stevenson for "up-
i' i mg and advancing the ethical
and moral values of Scripture, as
did tie late Herbert H. Lehman,
by applying them to the evcry-day
decii ton-making process."
Tin late Mr. Lehman, lor whom
the medal was established by the
Seminary in 1^.~>.X, was four-time
Governor ol the State of New
York 1933 to 1942; World War II
director-general of UNRRA (Unit-
ed Nations Relief and Rehabilita-
tion Agency) 1942-1946; and U.S.
Senator from New York. 1948 to
1956.
S< Smith, first elected to the
Hoi'-- ol Representatives in 1940
ta : i tin- vacancy created by the
('. al hi her husband, R p. <
li Smith ot Skowhegan, Mi ., I u
Uy I', en Maine's top vote
Now i\ n.: her fourth
bei the firsl
v on elected to a S
ship post, in January 1967 wl
unanim tuslj i lected ehair-
mar ol the Conference l all Re-
an Senators,
Smith who holds the all- i
linn consecutive roll-call voting
ri ord In the history of the U.S.
Sci with over 3,000 eonsecu-
tiv. roll-call votes since she be-
came a Senator in 1949. is a
member of some of the upper
chamber's most powerful commit-
tees, including the Rules. Armed
Services, Appropriations. Space
and Government Operations Com-
mittees. She is also a member of
the District of Columbia Com-
mittee and the Republican Policy
Committee.
Sen. Stevenson is the son of the
late Adali Stevenson, who was
twice a Democratic candidate for
lln presidency, and served as this
country's Ambassador to the Unit-
ed Nations from 1961 until his
death in 1965. His grandfather,
Lewis Green Stevenson, was Sec-
r< l.iiv of State of Illinois from
1914 to 1917, and his great grand-
father, the first Adlai E, Steven-
son, si rved in Congress from 1876
to 1ST?, and as Vice President
under President Grover Cleveland
from 1S9.'! to 1897.
S Stevenson, who was .lected
to the Senate last November to
serve the remaining four years ol
the unexpired term of the lat &
Everett McKinley Dirksen, was
i li eti tl to the Illinois House of Re-
presentatives in 1964, Tun years
later, he ran for State Treasun i
and was the only l>. mocral on the
state ticket to win. His tenure as
'" asurer br ught a sines of in-
vi stmenl and management re-
forms which attracted national
attention. His campaign last \,,- '
also attracted nationwide
interest as the result of the per-
inti rvention of President
Nixon in behalf of his Repul lican
opponent.
Shortly before his lather was
I Governor, Adlai III enter-
ed Harvard, graduating with a
B.A. Degree in June 1952. n( en-
listed the following month In the
Marine Corps, was commissioned
a second lieutenant after complet-
ing Officer candidate school at
Quantico. Va., and commanded a
tank platoon in Korea in 195.'! and
1!.54.
In September 1954, he entered
Harvard Law School, and graduat-
ed In June 1957. The following
year ho joined a Chicago law firm
and was a partner in the firm at
the time of his 1964 election to
the State legislature.
ViSCOUnt Edwin Herbert Smi'ii I.
British author and scholar who is
considered an authority on Israel
will be Sunday morning's lecture!
ai the Greenfield Adult Institute
ai Temple Israel of Greater Miami.
"Religion and State m Is1 ael To-
day" will be IIk .,..- ,eet to which
he will bring many years of ex-
perience in teaching at the He-
brew University and studies which
produced a number of authorita
live books, ircl'iding "Problems
of Government in Israel," "The
British Legacy to Israel." "A
Primer in Palestine" and others.
An honors history graduate ot
Oxford, Viscount Samuel has serv-
ed as a visiting professor on Israi I
Gilbert Kollin, Assistant Rabbi
at Temple Emanu-El, who has
received a promotion to the
rank of Major in the U.S. Air
Force Reserves, serves as a
Chaplain Area Representative
and is available to military
personnel and their families for
counseling.
:
Your little girl
is getting married.
At last
Will it be a small wedding and a big reception, or *"*
After all, there are a lot of relieved girl friends and rejected boy
friends that have to be accommodated, one way or another
Either way. there are no two ways about who shou d handle
the affair. Who else but the Deauville? For the affair of the
season...be it wedding, reception, conf.rmation banquet, m^eet-
ing or gala...no one can touch the Deauville for elegance of
service and cuisine, and the downr.ght luxury of the surrounding
And we never let down our standards. Whether.,itnv,
25 or 3500 guests. Can your little girl have been that popular.
Deauville
Call AI Sicherer/Executive Food Director/ 865-8511
Ocean at 67th Street On the new Miami Beach
it,d the Middle East at the State
University of New York, and
Dropsie College, and is now serv-
ing In that capacity at the Uni-
versity of .Miami's Center for
Urban Studies.
The second Viscount, who sits
n the House of Lords as a Labor
'Vo:\ has followed in the foot-
steps of his father, the late Vis-
count Herbert Samuel, in service
to his nation and to the cause of
Israel. The insights that will bring
to his subject should be of interest
to the geiM ral public, as well as
the series subscribers. Tickets will
be available ,-.t the door on Sun-
day niorniii".
If you're rich
and beautiful,
why aren't we
having an affair?
HANS H.
MARCUSE
In Kutiv* V/"
Director
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talking about the most important moments in your life. Your
daughter's wedding. Your son's confirmation. The one big party
olthe season.
At times like these, you deserve the Eden Roc. The figures
may come to a little more, but would you really settle for any-
thing less?
Our catering director. Charlotte Horn, is without peer on
The Beach. Please don't hesitate to call her for advice, for spe-
cialized attention, and for a chance to look over the magnificent
new Cotillion Room.
Eden Roc
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Ocean from 45th to 47th Street On the new Miami Beach
Charlotte Horn, JE 2-2561.
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Friday, February 19. 197]
Trustees9 Board Named
At 14th Annual Meeting
Vtwood Dunwody was named
to succeed Willi i n B. Paul Jr. as
id of Trustees
ol the Uniti 1 Fund of Dade Coun-
..,.. dui in| the Fund's 14th
annu il mi i i ing.
R ich was i
to succi '' ,:
Commi
Countj United Fund "
Mi Dunv rted, "h
i] year In 1970
-....... :
: their
- tl Fall
.1 :
lent of
W ..
i he United Fund
,..; on hand I
Fund 11 Com md ct-

i L'.S with m re
than $5,741
Son i ind
1 i I
fering 11"
w., [..Pal
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i. Among thos e. -
children in Foster h i nes .<
: ittend
1': .- md 1
n rehabilitate i> USO
Mr. D irtm
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Reach. |
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in sewr il Unit
-
:
he R '. -
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ii Pri sident h had to d
As TO THE stata s iti the
i. thej can onlj
i. beyond exact calculation, it
i operation has been correct-
I scribed, In f ict, and al
If tho operati in succeeds,
I li effect on Hanoi's policy and
war-making potential can very
e isilj be decis
The reasons for this sh
b obvious to anyone but
S sci at irs membi rs
their claqu s. La I sprin :.
remember, the President's
1 -'.il, nt C imble cul
. supply line.
gh Sin hich had
i i noui ished all the enemy
- ii the lower two-thirds
South '.' '
Now the obvious intenl is I i
cut ihr other remaining supply
from North Vietnam down
thi .'. ios trails, and I
i ore, to keep ihi-, line per-
n anently cut. If this is done, the
ister for Hanoi can l' meas-
1 by thf frenzied efforts Ha-
. hoi has been making to build up
to i xpand the Laos trails'
i rying capacity, ever since tho
< nbodian supply line was lost.
IN JANUARY, for instance.
Hanoi moved 8.000 tons of sup-
;i les into the Laos trail-pipe-
line. This was exactly twice the
comparable supply movement of
J inuary a year ago. Again, this
j tar's manpower movement
down the Laos trails is esti-
mated at 50.000 North Vietna-
mese troops of various types.
And this, again, is twice the man-
power movement of last year.
The result has been a very
large concentration of North
Vietnamese in southern Laos
and Cambodia. Everv one of
them is dependent for survival
n the Laos trails. The enemy
. ur divisions in Cambodia
r nd food inoueh in the rich
countryside. But thev cannol
really survive as military units
without military supplies and
i placements.
THE more than 70.000 North
Vietnamese soldiers, engineer
oops and trail-maintaining
coolies in south Laos even n"P'l
rked-in food for survival.
i is v hy 60* of January's
B.000 ton sunoly movi ,.....
imposed of truckloads of rice.
In sEfcri somewhere between
I O.OOOVan 130.000 N .rth vlei
n ones,, arc n"' tnreatmeii :''i
the loss of their uni""p and Ir-
: iplaceafeli lifeline, Everv on
of them is an Invader and ocen-
Everv on- of them is wher
I la todav, in fla^'-ant viola-
tions of Hanoi's moif solemn
eatv obi '1 Ions, If t'v-
pie facts had been properly re-
scinded to four years asiq, the
ti sr would have been over long
since.
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lures! :- :
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Th( m ssrs B it '.' 1st
i :: i were
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men last month: Mr. Stock will
wn 'as mil t
chairman.
R b rl H. Fite, \ ice ch il
Flot P >v nd
Light Co., i- 1971 United Fund
'. 11 '
frederick Reoch AiwooJ C-vn-Mody
Concerl \ Benefit
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letters to the editor
EDITOR, Tin- Jewish rioiiilian:
tome who m ij ;
i pturbed about tin- cane liing o'
i. --::m artists' performances In I
United Stati s by the S >\ ii t
; ,'crnment. These artists are 8
\ bj Ihc Soviel Un >n in l< r
i in I ajjn emenl .\ ith tli Unit
j | i prove t i the An i
i thai there Is si I
i il life goint; on in Rus-
! t!i cr iel kno n fi >ts
~ on ;>
Sovii itda is -
i it
I in I in every re*
lard In c in "is n
... ., .
!l :-
ius llsad nt
r to a
I and on imi: illy, the ru
r is pi op] I their :' "
Phi < | \ i 11 i'
I' nnnl t rulers if Ru I
i const i] '
, ... ... ,i,
I ri imolex and I
* ., i;... : ipio are not on th
r rity list '!" hi>'? rw.
r>n c mditi >n< I i tru I
. .. .
(' i he -
l, ,..,., t*., i- i-ti
i traine i I i
i. -
i ss won't b i ''
em rivilizat in if the cult
li IN ''
..,... nd tries .
I < ol th<
i !' i v.'i
t
: : i >v .....'e
lh i
. ......
v -h these artists rep
'" captive n itions v h i are yearn-
th 'it liberty.
The S'" let Union has to
i thi Wi tt< rn world does not
' diets hut the
rmentary | ,i hum ,,,
ights and just
lint; In h indage.
tin ici h'iniai to the
'. '.:
oup.h to thoi : ml; that
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M \l s:>< R (JOLDRIMi
Ocean Pavilion Will
Honor Albert Gurlands
inn. additional money for the care
Soviet Jews.
I won!,! like to call to the at-
tention -if tho Miami Jewry ihe
fact thai under Federation's Com-
nunity !! lations Committee, there
i '' imn Ittee on Soviet Jewry,
.ith i'- ovn Steering Committee
mi! it~ own '"' immendations for
n. Rnhbi M iye Al nowitz
f Temple M. i ui ih chairman of
?hat 'ommitl -e.
' I y hi nls that
;., and I ha /c
i I i; :
I i, .
i t .1 .,
. Brus-
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gurland.
who will ho honored al a "Night
i:i Israel" sponsored by the Ocean
s also wi 11-knoM n that
t t Union i having I
- artists and intellectuals
.v of them, whom t!i j Ian
I on leashes, to perform in
tern capitals are < scaping and
v, to return to that "paradise";
i iver, others do not want to
c mperate with the regime's crim-
I policies and persecutions ol
ici nt people.
ro camouflage tins cultural and
al bankruptcy of the system,
t se tyrants have invented the
term "Zionist hooliganism" ;is an
i kc ise to cancel the performances
v y still refuse to recognize that
I'ii lime for fooling the Free World
with their circus tactics is over.
Today the world is already well
aware about the millions of peo-
: i who are suffering in labor and |
( incentratlon camps as well a
: HI rOR ; hi I Mi FlorUllan:
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S..... i .. ih< r im-
nunit". Syna if M i I' eh:
i h '.;! e r ling to
lie' i, It l I i to
....... .i ,. .. t ..,,.,,-,. |.' Jew-
to be us '. : i besl
i. i |hi renatr it n md
........' ho se -ure
, is -o R issi i, i
''. ......i in v ril inc ;~ to in-
. .|, | .- .). r n| r:''T".
s n need to ra se fund f >r
the i seue nd reh tatio
i. .i |f Rus i bv !". n si m-
, ,(j ,., Ttip
Rit vhn illowed
to 1 '.'. ho con het
!,,. sji i ,. tnken car"
I |(, nrn ii I
' Th -' wi it Is ind
,.. .,,-.
|i rp of 1 th v -' j or- .
el. J
VVhi ''' time r imes thai
iums il monej at e needi il for I
md w all sine*"rel> |
hope th il the S ii t Jev w ill b
il .wi en ite an i that
sums il ni m w 'I! th i ie nei d-
l it can be I
that the United States, along with
the oiin-r countries o! tru world
in which bodies I Jews reside
vi'l take the resp msibility thi i jh
h- i' i ish imi'-v- lea f ir res |
'
VV
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briog-
or iniz '
..... ui i i '-
ol the
it iM b at
1 ce ehn world pla i-
...... will he foi th effort to
: .1 out ol Russia.
MF.NDBLL M. SEI.Ki
ed American Jewish folk humorist
will head the festive program in
the card room of the Miami Beach
ocean front hi rise apart mi "i
building.
Mr. Gurland is treasurer ol
Ocean Pavilion Social Club: Mrs
Gurland is chairman of Entertain-
ment Activities. The Gurlands
originally from Philadelphia when
he was a mi mix r of B'nai B'l I
Park in.. I. dge, and she u
: ri sident ol the Philadi
chaptci ol l leborah Hospital.
On I ommittee i in formatii
,. lauriee Adams
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Ades, Mr
and M
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1
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Page 14
CftMftft HcrMlari
Friday, February 19. 1971
1
Israel Newsletter
By CARL ALPERT
West Bank Arabs Take A Second Look
I
SOME ISRAELIS ONCE advocated early return
of the occupied West Bank to King Hussein, not
so much for political as for economic reasons. "Why
should we have to bear the OUT-
I den of feeding and providing vital
[ services to a million Arabs who
| would prefer Arab, rather than
Israeli rule?" they asked. -We've
got enough financial burdens of
our own."
The realities of the three and a
half years since the Six-Day War
have put the situation in an en-
tirely different perspective, however. For one thing,
the West Bank lias not become an economic burden
on Israel. It provides a market for Israel products
and is a source of unskilled rind semi-skilled labor
for both industry and agriculture in Israel, which is
seriously short-handed. Official figures put the num-
ber of Arabs from the occupied areas who cross the
line daily for jobs in Israel at 30,003; the number is
probably much higher.
At the same time, the West Bank has main-
tained its trade relations with Amman, and through
Jordan, >vith the rest of the Aral) world as well. The
SO-called "open bridges*' program has proved to be
a masterpiece of political/economic policy. For the
first time the Arabs of the West Bank have practi-
ed commercial access to markets and
sources to both their east and west.
Th .i ter-effects of the war were
The battle w is over in only four days in this
area: d nagi was al a minimum, and recovery was
Furthermore, about half of the West Bank
n lives ofl farming, si ;tor which was
affected. Government workers, legal pi
white collar workers, tourism, w re the
s hurl the mosl.
From the outa t, Israel's p >licj w is ; i help put
the area VdminLsti run of the West
; the most part, carried on by Arab ci-
vilian .-;- h ivi b en m td< to min-
p relations with what is to them, after all. a
icror. Th Israel flag is seldom seen, the pres-
Capifal Spotlight:
By JOSEPH P0LAK0FF
Soviet Embassy's Upset
CI..V;s BEARING THE Star of David flown by an
American-Canadi n L ib ir Uni in ind a "silent vigil" by
indful of Washington Jews have jangled the nerves
O; Soviet diplomat- in Washington.
The setting for a scries if incidents which stirred the
diplomats to demand ixdice intervention is a half-mile
from the White K >use in the heart of Washington's most
prestigious commercial area. There on opposite sides of
busy 18th Street N.W.. are the Soviet Embassy and the
Philip Murray Building, named for the legendary labor
leader who rose from the coal mines to the leadership of
the Congress for Industrial Organizations (CIO i. In that
building are the headquarters of the International Union
of Electrical. Radio and Machine Workers (IUE) whose
president is Paul Jennings and secretary-treasurer is
David Joseph Fitzmaunce.
The original developmi nt which led to the incidents
began virtually unnoticed on Dec. 10 when a dozen Jews
came to the broad entrance to the Philip Murray Build-
ing to pray and stare for 15 minutes at the Soviet Em-
bassy, their way of expressing solidarity with the Jews
on trial in Leningrad.
For 20 consecutive days, except for Saturdays and
Sundays, sometimes in bitter weather, the Jews met
daily without disturbance. Their little gathering became
known as "The Silent Vigil." But on the '-'lsi day-
Jan. T the Executive Protective Service (EPS), a
special police fore- formed by the U.S. Secret Service to
guard the White H mse and diplomatic establishments in
Waa hingl in, I rok up that
An EPS si nt on dutj at the En
io" from the
i. So\ ii t offi
t th jtei roup,
cod with the de \ the
The ni >-t il iy, alp I Jev Lhcred five
The : told th r up that the S i-
viet offl i si this "d trati >n"
which was "molesting" them. David Amdur, of the Jew-
ish Community Council ol Washing! in, isked the ir jeant
to state the charge. The rgeant told him he was carry-
ing out his superior's order and urged "I'm asking you
to go; please leave."
Despite the continued police disruptions, apparently
at Soviet insistence, the "vigil" is continuing. Brant Coop-
ersmith, of the American Jewish Committee's Washing-
ton Chapter, said "We plan to come back daily as long
as there is a problem lor Soviet Jewry."
once of Israel, soldiers hardly felt, and there are
only 1K0 civilian officials, in contrast to 7.500 Arabs
engaged in the various functions of local government.
\s one writer put it. an Arab N.iblus can be torn
In a hospital, reared, educated, married, raise chil-
dren and finally Ik- buried all without recourse
to or contact With any Israeli soldier or official, or
even without seeing one.
The policy has been not merely passive, but
positive as well. Guidance has been provided for
agricultural development, for furtherance of home
crafts, for improvement in construction and Indus-
trial methods. The results have neon marked. The
We-t Bank I- now manufacturing textiles, furni-
200K REVIEW By Seymour B. Liebmqn
Challenge and Response:
A Program For Europe
A MEMBER OF THE German Bundestag since
" ; is. Franz Josel Strauss who was Federal De-
se Minister, 1956-62, and then served as Minis-
ter of Finance until Willie Brandt's election, has
taken the title of his b ok, Challenge and Response
(Atheneum P ib'ishers, $5.95' from
An-, ild Toyn >ee's theory of
history.
Str tuss be! it I lay ol
the European nation-st I
. | ol
: ipo.
m
to :. :
\ h says
The for word was writtei I In illust
Frenchman. J^an-J >i Servun-Schrc ber. Both he
and Hi n S re c mi rned < th the c stantly
, ;;..... .., j tnd ninatioi the two
super-p iv : Sti ;-' th me is that
have i uniti i West -rn Europe "which
i at its disp isa. ail the attributes of
:ludln: nu powi
Sei n-Si hreil r give* i briel >ul
syno;>sis of thi rca in I ir : <
Soviet regimi by most Russians and .vhj I
tem has failed miserably in Eastern I uropc Anent
Russia, he writes, "Hero is a country which, th
gives all its children access to modern ed
..t I'-.e same time bars its youth from free thought
anl a free life. Her.-, too, is a country where bril-
liant technological achievements seem to go hand in
hand with striking economic failures where there
a e sputnik' and, at the same time, a shortage of
::;. .rig pans."
Here in America we have heard little of the col-
lapse of the European Defense Community in 1954.
Because of this failure, we continue to contribute
millions of dollars to NATO which. I regret to say.
is a paper tiger. Enlightened men such as Strauss
and ServanSchreiber are vote s calling out in the
wilderness of Europe where xenophobia and na-
tionalism are yet forces.
ture. plastic products, sandals, candy, medicine, etc..
with markets in Israel and in the rest of the Arab
world as well The economic miracle has not been
lost upon the people and the leaders of the area who
recall only too well that the Amman government
had treated them like a colony, and had failed to
encourage any industrial or economic self-develop
ment in order to preserve it as farmland, a source of
food for Jordan.
Many problems still remain: There is still no
solution for the frustrated intellectual. Youth is
also in revolt as a result of the collapse of the
patriarchal society. These are conditions in which
political ferment takes place But West Bank Arabs
are beginning to take a new hard, thoughtful look
&1 tin prospects which face their, in th.- future.
As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SECAl
Rights Of Children
BVER SI>'CE Mo> 15, 1967, when the Supreme
~ ruli d that proceedings riminal
to be condui ted und lures thi t meet I tut
il mdards of due law, t
r hi a I- amonq us had a h u
ights I \ n er in i il rei
r to si cure constant \
ndat
Whit
. | yeai
i
the b it
when sit-ins sh I r s, when bias
., In the
... k the nation the dem
nd'e.-ls of new day i s-n.srs
i |j in w is sc\ I tei ed i
ii ries piled ever h I dra n
our ad n V' tnam up ;. stic tre is
sector ol
A '
. lish
Child Ad^ iting I
the i mix-r, 1970. V drai -
Pciipli v'n re ill] ">ut the yo
will study all of the 1970 recommendatioi w th ded
tion. More I thej ivill pick up Senator w
Mondale's challenge to lobby perenially for progres-
legislation so that the scandal of hunger and neglect af-
fecting children so frightfully will Iv ended.
Sen Mondale is primarily concerned with the 10.00-
000 American children in migrant families, the kuLs of A
palachia, Indian youngsters, Chicanos, Puerto Rica: -
Blacks. Thau are ground down by poverty in a sea
national affluence. They have language handicaps, suffi
from the uprooting characteristic of migrant life, want
for medical care, taee bleak futures. They count. So
all thi other children of our country.
By PHILIP SL0M0VITZ
Was Mark Twain Anti Semitic?
yf.VS MARK TWAIN an anti-Semite, as has been
claimed? Maxwell Geismar, one of America's
;uished literary critics and authors, who
ex| I the anti-Semitism ol Henry Jam-- dei
i in | irk "M: rk Twain- Ul
t" pul icd by Houghl C
T ess ; ng the Jews" bj
I :-i 11
-
me percent of the 1 It
i dim puff of stai
rlj the w u -in to b
h r 1 of, has alw i> I..... .
of. He on the plat i try othi r
. and h en ...l in
ntly out of .) the smallm ss ol his
bulk. His contributions to the worl l'i ,
names in literature, science, art, muse finance,
medicine, and abstruse learning are aLs i way out
of proportion to the weakness of his numbers. He
has made a marvelous fight in this world in all
n -, ,
the ages; and has done it with his hands tied be-
hind him lie ,uld be vain of himself and be ex-
it it.
The I ypi arts, the B tl ylonlan ind the Pei i
' pl > i with sound and splend
I away; the
'
I
" : fot
th i sit in twilight i
! th til, beat then all, and
w what h
' no t f his
I Ins
;,!l essive mind AH thin but
'" "" : -'': but he re,,,,;,,-- What
' of his immortalitj ?"
Thus the record regarding Mark Twain stands
fully attested to and Maxwell Geismar has aided
immensely in clarifying the Twain-Clemens attitude
toward the Jews.


FridB. February 19. 1971
Jewisti Her Mian
Page 15-A
liOM NOTICE
1
SCE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
File No. 70A-1734
L'tptcr 20722 AeU of 1M1
1,-K IS HBHJflIT tlfVEN thai
|i-l. SCHWARTZ holder ol
Tax Bale Certificate No. 877
. the Hal day "I May. A.D.
h im Iiltil same i my office, uml
id* application tor a tax deed
MUed Iherson. Said Certificate
the followiME described
l"\ III the t"-Ullt> ol Dado. Stale
ridn. lo-wlt:
loss DM NE Cor ih s J5.40
, ,.( i>.-K W M.63 it i: GO .' ft
!! lll-K-k 7 Alie.- Baldwin Et
. i, 11..1 Book It Pate v? &
iiook r. Pace tl in the Coun-
l>ade, BtHle ol 1 -~I i da
.. .i win be issued vubjei l to all
iiisl.iinlinis di'liiujuetit City of
taxes and 1MB County Taxes
iy of Miami taxes and Liens
i Rseasment of -md property
ih* said certificate ".is In tlio
f: Inn C. OelKer-Paite
- Raid certificate hIihII be re
according to law, the propert)
I herein will be sold to the
- bidder f.ir cash ai the Court-
door On llie first Monday in
-.iti of March. IW1. which la
.< day "f March, 1"71
il this 25th K B. LBATHERMAN
Clerk of Circuit Court,
Bade County, Florida
i p K CH'LDSTRAND
Deputy Clerk
Circuit Court Seal
1 >29 2 1 -19
LECAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF ACTION
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
>< FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-2339
LEGAL NOTKE
IN 'HE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
Ir, AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-53 PRIMM
In lil Estate ol
8KI \ WEISS
1>. .-ed.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To A i Ciedilois and All Persons Hnv
ing i''. ms or Demands Allan. Said
Bsta'<
T. 'i arc hereby notified and requir-
ed i, r, -. M nnj l.iimi- mid d.-inaiids
urhl 'ii maj have HKaniwt the es-
tate "> SKI..MA WKISS .1. .-.-: Inti
f ii.,-.. County, Florida, to the Coun-
ty .'.-ii.- ol Dade County, and file
the me iii duplicate and as provid-
ed ir Section 733.16, Florida Statutes,
in tr. offn.s m Hi. County Court-
house in 1 lad.- County, Florida, with-
in si calendar monthi from the time
of Ho find publication hereof, or the
Mill' Will I"' bailed.
!>.. d at Miami. Florida, this 21
dsi January. A D. 1971.
BEYMOITH WKISS
As Administrator
F,'-' publication of this notice on
the ::li day ol February. 1971.
TAIJANOFF* llAHF.lt
Attorney for Administrator
mt Lincoln Road
.....">> Flori.i:. -..-._,-._ t r,. c
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ARLINE REBECCA COOPER,
Plaintiff
vs
GEORGE ALAN Cl lOPER
Defendant
Tl I ''.):. ii.' IE ALAN i'i K>PER
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN
You. GBORUE ALAN COOPER,
are hereii) notified thai a BUI ol Com-
plaint ti Divorci has been filed
against you. and you are required t"
serve oopy "f yottr Answer or IMead-
liiK to the 1 till of Complaint on the
Plaintiffs attorney, PAUL kwit-
NF.V. CM Lincoln Road, Miami Beach,
Florida and fib- the oriental Answer .
or Pleading in the otf.ee of the Clerk
Ol ibe Circuit Court vn or before the
17th day of March, 1!'71. if you fail
to do so, judgment by default will be
taken atiiiii.it you for the relief de-
manded in the Knl of Complaint.
This uot.ee shall be publi.ib.-d once
each week for four colwecuUve weeks
in Tin: Jewish fi-okidian
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 4th day of February
AD. 1'.'71.
E. H. I.F.ATIIERMAN. Clerk
Circuit C'Url. Daib- County, Florida
By: 1. SNEEDBN
I leputy Clerk
(i "In uit Court Seal i
SIIA EKSTEIN. KWTTNEY
A. KROOP
4i" Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
Attorneys for Plaintill
j 12-19-211 3
LEGAL NOTKE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-471
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In UK: Estate of
MOLLIB STURMAN
1 ll'I'Iil ll
To Ail Creditors and AU Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of MO LLIE STURMAN de-
i as.d late of l>ade County, Florida,
to the County Judges ol Dade Coun-
ty, and file the same in duplicate
and as provided in Section 733.If. Flor-
ida, Statutes, in their offices in the
County Courthouse in Dade County,
Florida, within six calendar months
from the time of the first publica-
tion hereof, or the same will be
barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this Ird
day ol February', A.D. 1971.
WILLIAM STCilMAN
SAML'EL STCRMAN
As Executors
First publication of this notice on
the 12th day of February. 1971.
FROMBERO, FROMHEKC. &
ROTH. PA.
Attorneys for Executors
Suite sf-102 Biacayne Bug.
19 West Flatcler Street
Miami. Fla. ^.^ M
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY C.IYE.N thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious names
of KollTY ASSOCIATES and
BOUTHERN DEVELOPERS at 1490
N E lOlBl Street. .Miami Shores. Flo-
rida 33U8 inteinls to register said
name with the Clerk Ol the Circuit
Court ol Dade County, Florida.
Dated February a, 1971,
EDGAR D SCHRAl'R
MYERS, KAPLAN, PORTER,
LBVINSON & KEN IN
By; EDWARD B. LBVINSON
Attorneys for Applicant
I 12-18-26 2/8
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREIIY C1VEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of HER8CHER BUILDING WEST at
lutr. Kane Concourse, Bay Harbor
Islands, Fla. 331 j4 intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
/a/ BERNARD K HKRSCHER
1*1 EVELYN HBR8CHBR
fal SUSAN El.SON
NELSON & FELDMAN
Attorneys for Applicants
113". Kane Concourse
Bay Harbor Islands, Fla. .".r.i:,4
2, K-12-19-20
-
)0..
^>
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-269
In RB Delate ol
t'MLiA L BERLINER
\l>\> ased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
irur Claims or Demands Against Bald
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed tc present any claim? and demands
hi. b \ou may haw against the --
hi, el CELIA K BERLINER de-
eii-a^i late of Made County. Honda.
,, |., County Judgei ol Dade county.
and rue the same In duplii ate and
E provided In s. IB Honda
Eatutoa, in their offli-en In ine C.twi-
tv Peurlhouse In Dad.- County. Flo-
Ida, wlthtn six calendar months from
t>r Mme of the (n-t nul-llcatlon lo re-
ef, or the aumi will b< i arred
Ii ted at Miami. FlorltU. Ih n
4 Januan. K.V 1971
U JAY BBRI 1NER
As Administrator
publication of tl
Hi, l ir, tlay of February, 1971
Hl-lNia NORTON
All' -in v for Admit Isl
Mm. Kim .ii in- Hullding
Miami. Florida .. y. v
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE"S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-317
(ARTHUR W. PRIMM)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate ol
.- M.i.V DAKIl
a I. a SALLY WAS8ERMAN BARR
1 le< HSVtl
To All Creditors and All Person Hav-
ing Claims oi Demands Against Said
Kslat <
You are hereby notified and re-
quired t" present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against,
the estate of SALLY "DARK a/k/a
SALLY WASSBRMAN BARR de-
ceased late ol Dade County. Florida, i
to the County Judges of Dade Coun-
ty, and fib- the name in duplicate
and as provided In Section 733.lt, ;
Florida Statutes, in their offices in
the County Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty. Florida, within six calendar months
from the time of the first publication
hereof, or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 9th
day of February. A.D. 1'.'71
HARRIET OHEEN
VBRA COOPER
As BxecUtricen
Fust publication of this notice on
the K:tll day of February. 1971
WKI'.MAN AND WEPMAN. PA.
AND JOSH KKPIUN
Attorneys tor Estate
4a7 Blscayne liuilding
Miami. Florida ; ^
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JU DICIAL CIRCU IT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-1891
(Gordon)
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
MILTON P CIIAMPLIN. .IK ,
Plaintiff.
\ a
MARY K. CHAMPLIN.
Defendant
11 i MARY K CHAMPLIN
173 lireeii Street
Kingston, New York
You. MARY K CIIAMPLIN. are
hi reby notified that a Kill ol Com- i
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you. and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the" Mill'of Complaint on the
Plaintiffs attorney, FULLER, BRL'M-
ER. MOSS ft COHEN, 28 West Pias-
ter Street Miami. Florida 33131 and
file the original Answer or Pleading
in the office of the Clerk of the cir-
cuit Court on or before the l.'.th day
of March. K'71 If you fall to do so,
judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint,
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH Fl-ORIDLW
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 8th day of February
A.D. 1971.
H 11 LBATHERMAN. Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
By: MARC.CERITE KENT
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
FILLER, PRIMER. MOSS &
COHEN
2J w.st Flagler Street
Miami. Florida T.3130
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
Case No. 71-2228
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
FRANKLIN MARK GOLDBERG,
Plaintiff,
MABIE GOLDBERG,
Defendant.
ii i iiefendanl ___
Y.'ii MARIE Gl ILDBERG, are here-
by notified that a Bill of Complaint t"r
Divorce has been filed against vu.
and n.u are required t" Berve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading t" the
Hill' i.f Complaint on the Plaintiffs
attorney, BTONE ft SOSTCHIN, 1497
N W 7th St. Miami. Florida 33125 and
die tin original Answer or Pleading
in the office of the Clerk of the Clr-
cull Court on or before the 12th tin)
of March. 1971. If yu fail to do so,
judgment by default will be taken
against you for ih.- reliel demanded
in the Hiii of Complaint.
This notice shall be published one-
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FI/IRIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 3rd day of February
RB LBATHERMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
By: C, GOODMAN
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal) S.12-19-26
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIKCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL ClrtC'JIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN Cr./.NCERY
No. 71-2047
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
DAVID CERNANCE,
I'lallllltt.
vs.
MARLE.SE CERNANCE.
Defendant
TO: MAKLENE CERNANCE
Kesideiice I nknow u
You MARLE.NE CEKN Ve
hereby notified thai ';'i '" ""':
plamt for Dlvon I...... :,!- '
against you. and you an
s.r\e a copv of yout Alisw i I
nig to the Bill ol Cotnid l on the
Plaintiffs attorney, ENGE1. ft HAL
PBRN, 140" N \^ 10th Avi '
Miami. Florida and file thl rn oi.il
Answer or Pleading in the
the Cb-rk of tn. do uii on or
before the 8th da> of Man 1971 ]
you fall t" do so, |udgi u nt I tauu
Will be taken against the
relief demanded In the Bill ol I om-
This notice shall be publh h I or
each w-.-U for four consei utivi -
in THE JEWISH I'loK"
DONE AND ORDERED
Florida, this 1st "lay ol Fel uary
A e i'. ki:.\tih:k\i \n i
Cln utt CoUl t. Dad' I '"UIIIJ :
K.v: I' P COI'KI VXD
I leput y '
(Clrcutl '"ttrt Sea 11
ENOEI. ft HAI.PBRX
i inn \ w Kith Ave., it i:
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
Ll CA10.
' I'Umtiff
il'NILDA BARRIOS DB CAPO, K a
ZUNILDA BARItlos.
Defendant
Ti i /ur.ilda Barrios De Capo,
a/k.a ZunlMn Barrloa
Ftnca I>os [sabelas
San Juan y Martinez
Vlnar del Rio. Cuba
You. ZI'NIIJiA llAHHloS, are
h.r.l.; notified thai a Bill '< r,,m-
plaint for Annulment or for Divorce
hn been filed against you. and > DU
,r.. required to serve a copy of your
A.c er or Pleading to he Bill of
Cooanlnint on the Plaintiff sM}torjjey,
tIASPAR B. AI DR1CII. t'lllSToL
ROSS AND AI.DRICII. 21 N"RT"
EAST FIRST AVBNX'B. MIAMI.
| FliORIDA. CSA 33131 and file
original Answer or Pleading in I i.
offl.e of the Clerk "f the Circuit
Court on or before the 1-'h daj 01
March. 1971. If you fail to do BO.
iudvnM-nt by default will he taken
igalt.st vou for the relief demanded
' in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
ejtch week for four consecutive weeks
in TUB JEWISH FIortlDlAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this ;7th day of January A V.
itn
K B LBATHERMAN. Clerk
CiKUll Court. Dade Colin-v FtorlM
By: c L ALEXANDER
renuty Clerk
(Cln uit court Seal)
OA5PAR It AI.DRICII
CKfJ-riit HUSH* AlPnit II
Jl N f. FIRST AVENUE
MIAMI. FLORIDA 33'31
Attorney! for Plaintiff ,.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-179
In RE E' tat' ''
IBREAL M BERNSTEIN
' NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Ti. All Crcdl and Ail Pet unt H
Ing Clnli x- "';'1
YoU ,,i, notified and requli -
,l t,, pn "I any claims and ti< mauds
Which vou may have again-' the I
of ISRBAL M BERNSTEIN
, ., ..- D, le ounty, Florl a.
t,. the Cou Ju '' : "!"v-
ami [lie the Name In duplicate and as
.....vi.i.d in s. 16. rionua
Statutes. In their offices in the Coun-
,v courthouse in Dade County Flo-
rida, within m\ calendar months from
the first time ol the first pubHcaUon
hereof or the same will 'barred
Hated at Miami, Florida, this U-dh
day ol January. AJD. 1OT1.
* MIAMI BEACH
FIRST N \TI"NAI. HANK
Bv S It PIERCE. Vice President
BERN ICE I BRODY
As Co-Executors
First publication of this notice on
the 39th day of /'V^t^-Jw^-Tic.
SIMON. HAYS & C.RI'ND"KRG
Attorneys for Executor
3dl Ainsley Ruibling
Miami, Florida MISS ^ ,9 .-.,;.,9
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-4339
In RE: Estate of
SAM1 El. ROTH.
'.....NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To AI' Creditors and All Person- }l;,\-
Ing Claims or Demand- Against said
You are herebj notified and requir-
ed t" prei-nt any claims and demands
which vou tna> have against the es-
tHle ol SWHIIL ROTH, deceased 1025 Kan
late ol Dade County, Florida, to the
County Jud res ID ids County, and
fib- the same in duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section 733 16, Florida Sta-
tutes in their offices In the County
Courthouse in Dob- 'ounty. Honda.
within s:v calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof,
or the same will barred
Dated at Miami. Florida, thl- --ml
day "1 Dl.....mb. r. A D. 1M0.
BERNARD ROTH
As Administrator CTA
irst publication of this notice
the -Jsth day of January, lil
C.KOROE OILItERT
Attorney for Administrator CTA
Suite 32'.' One IJncoln Rd. Bldg.
Miami Reach. Florida 33139
I .' a.' O- 1- 1 *
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GTVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of -WEST-LAND PLAZA GARDENS at
1300 West r,3rd Street. Ilialeab. Flor-
ida Intend to register mid name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
RAFAEL 8. T/VRIR
MARILYN L IX>RIB
HARRIS & SIRKIN. P.A.
Attorneys for Applicants
Dade Federal P.ulldinK
Miami. Florida 33131 |/6...M
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES CO- KT
IN AND FOR DADE COUN <
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-300
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: l.
SAVERIO A Si'A/JAN fl'.
I e, I 'I
T.. Ml Cn dltors and All Persi -
ni^ ciall i mat d* A| Said
You are hereby notified I re-
quired f presi nl anj claim and de-
mands win. b you may i ii saint
the estate of SAVERIO A si'A/.l-
ANTE deceased late ol Dad. ou
iv Florida, to the Coun : Judt -
i lad.- County, and file thi
duplicate and as provided In Set I
733 Florida statutes. In thi ir of-
ti, ,.- in ib. Count) Courlhousi
I i.oie i 'ounty, Florida, within >
endar months from the ".....' '
first publication hereof, or the same
Will be bailed.
Dat.d at Miami. Honda tl
da) ol January. A l"! ,
Mane C. Ramundo
As Executrix
First publication of thin not
the 18th day of February. I'.'Tl
HENRY N< iRToN
Attorney for Executrix
1406 Blscayne Ruildfng
Miami, Florida 2(
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\-i IT1CE 19 HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to
in bu-in -- under the fictitious name
f IIERSCHER BITILDIXQ BAST al
Concourse, Bay Harbor
lida S3154 intend to re-
Hater said name with the Clerk nf
M CTrcuil Courl Of Dad. i
JfriERNABD K HBRSCHER
i:\ i::. N HBRSCHER
- SllSAN l".l.S<'N
NELSON A FEl OMAN
Attorney!- for Applicants
l |SS Kane Concourse,
Bay Harbor Islands. Fla.331 "j1.,^ .,,.
on
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
S^1ntMaS
134'. North Miami Avenue. Miami.
f Plld.. coui-ty.ka';;'{!'Vnc
lA?^l?ro?HA,RFAIR?lINC.M8/5
il
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE II HEREBY GIVEN lhal
Ih. uiidersiKned, desiring to engae.
in business under the fictitious; name
of AM CO A ANTIOCE MIBROK
COMPANY OK AMERICA at IBM
N.K. 4th Avenue. Miami. Florida in-
to regist-r said name wj'h tn<
Cb-rk of the Circuit Court of Pnfl.
County. Florida __.
STEVEN GOLDSMITH ^^
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
'N,N AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-145
in RE: Estate of
FANNIE WILSON,
'"'NOTICE TO CREDITORS
whll.h y.^ may have-anst^tlo ^^
vided in S;"'"".^.^inH| i-.'lln.v
"'""i",,""', d"o?County Florida.
or^he-m,-^ v^', lh,B u,,,!
''> ,,f '""i-U-Kw'l
S of -his notice on
h day of '& '"''
RAMUEL H PBARLM A\
A;,,.,,r Administrator
407 Lincoln R'l ,[~A>
Miami Beat*. HoritU
331S9 -ja j 5.13-19
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 MAJOR,
Plaintiff,
vs
LEWIS MAJOR.
Pefrndant.
TO' LEWIS MAJOR
ATF 1T C/0 2421 Market Street
Ran Diego California 92102_____
TOO ARK HEREI.V NOTIFIED
that an action for Divorce has been
iled against you and you are red -
,,| to serve a copy of yout ritt. n
irf"FERD!ka,,aU'-cyXr;pnj!;r:
court on or before March IB. IBTl,
t&IZA JV-"Vor' thT Vc,^ iel
eaTh wenek for four c^naguUv. W~kB
in THE JEWISH H/1RIDIAN.
WTTNE8B my hand and the sea of
,nV court at Mian... Florida on th-
">kS'Ybatm-bkman.
a's Clerk. Circuit Court
I*..... Cotintv Florida
,[VC I- COPB1 AND
A i wnuty leik
(Circuit Court 0,"'N,,.
MNSi .F.F R l'l-'-l'tl-.
Attornej for PlalnUff
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
NO. 70-4675
In RE: Estate of
MEYER TEMPIJTZ,
""'NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Tn All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Saul
YOU are hereby notified and re-
(tulred to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
The .state of MEYER TKPI.IT/. ceased late of Cleveland. Ohio to the
County Judges Of Dade County, and
file the same In duplicate and as pro-
vided In Section TU.1S, Florida stat-
ues in their offices In the ("ounty
Courthouse in Dade Cotmty, Florida.
within six calendar months from the
ume of the first publication hereof,
or th.- same will be barred.
Hated at Cleveland. Ohio, this laMh
day of January, A.D 18(71___
' MARVIN s TBPLITZ
As Ancillary Executor
First publication "f this notice on
the 5th day of February, 1971.
HOWARD R. HIP.SCH
Mtornev for Ancillary Executor
goi-41st Street, Miami Beach
Florida 33I40 |.ia.l.M
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-316
FRANK B. DOWLING
In RE r.state.'i
IAN c STONE
r""' NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Credit, is ...ii.I All Persona liv-
ing Claims or I- raand* A. net Ban
' ,';[' requir-
ed to pi"' s< nt any rlain t bum "
which you
,.,,,. 0f k iv c ST' iN E dec. as< late
i Cou
,: .! igi .*
.. ,,, dupllcat. i' "
i nllitT
' I r.it
the first pu I I" reel.
0fJTlON'ELUTrLIN
\> Admlnlati d
I-,,.: publication ol .n
the Bth day of February, 1971.
MONBL I- TILIN
Attorney for Administrator
1747 Van itllleli Street,
Hollywood, Fla ., 5.12.i9.2J
NOTtCF UNDFR
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW I
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
+Jelslincridliati
solicits your legal notice*
We appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at iega'
rate* .
MSial S73- 46*5
for messer NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-2402
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
1SORMA CUBA CARlir.lt \.
Plaintiff,
JOSE ENRIQUE CARRERA,
Defendant
TO: DBSTRAMPBB 522
Viliora-Iliibana-Cub.i ___
YOU. JOSE BNRIQVE CARRERA-
nri. hereby notified that a i-iii o<
Complaint for Divorce has been fib.1
aeai.st vou, and yu are required to
serve a co,,v of your Answer or riead-
...e to the Bill of comolaii.t on the
vhinrrrv attorney, EFROVSON *
i ", VN BIS Ainsley BuildrnR. Miami,
Florida' SS1S2 and file the yratiii.i
Anewer or Pleadln* In the office of
tir<&r* of thearcult^Tourt on or
before the It'th day "f March 1S> I.
, fall to do so, Judgment by de-
fiJTlrtn be ake aa:.i..M you for
the relief demanded In the mil or
^Vs'noti, c shall be published once
-ach week for four consecutive weeks
in THI JEWISH FI/>RID1AN. .
'"tjoNB AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this Bth -lay ol February a d.
'"T' B I! I.EATHERM W. ClM*
arcmtCourt.DR^o,mAtvbFlor.d.
r>onutv Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal!
BFRONSON .< 1TMAN
i" Ainsley nui'tiioc
Miami. Florida Mi
Attorneys for Plaintiff f ^ ^
NOTir.E UNHFR
FICTITIOUS NAME I AW
NOTICE IS HEPl'l'V OIVEN that
the ... I ''-''!"". '" "?
nf TTTRT-nm" Cii-'V'V'' MAIN-
Ti-'V WE 8BRVICEB ai D de t nun-
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Miami, Florida Friday, February 19, 1971
Section B
Local Agencies Air Differences
Over Requests, Requirements
Officials of the Greater Miami Jewish Fede
: ritfa issued statements this week intended to cl
The Jewish Floridian is publishing the articl
nder way to bring the two agencies together.
Central point of the dispute appears to be t
fund-raising information by agencies which rec
Appeal conducted by Federation.
ADL, which has reguested a large increase
-een asked to submit a list of all of its contribu
^location.
The B'nai B'rith defense agency is seeking
turning in their names and amounts of gifts.
ration and of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
arify their disagreement on fund-raising policies,
es prepared by each organization as efforts are
he Federation policy reguiring disclosure of all
3ive funds from the annual Combined Jewish
in the allocation for its Florida operations, has
tors to projects financed outside of the Federal
permission of its individual contributors before
L
A.D.L...
The Florida Regional Office
>| the Anti-Defamation League
"f B'nai B'rith has informed its
-upporters that it has been ex-
cluded as a beneficiary agency
of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation,
The ADL noted that the Fed-
eration, in its recently devel-
iped guidelines demands of agen-
cies the names of con-
tributors and amounts donated.''
tn a letter to ADL dated Dec.
7, 1970, the Federation stated.
By Brwrd action, we are hereby
idvising you that your inclusion
n our 1971 campaign is condi-
tional upon our receiving the
required information for the
past two years."
Wiiram M, Alpor. chairman
f ADL's Florida Board, told
Board members and sup|x>rtcrs
'In the simplest terms, Federa-
sion wanted to know your name
ind the amount of your contri-
tk>n > ADL f t the last two
>ai s. We c inside' ed this re-
'.-i to be unethical and a
: -h of yotir ri';!it of pri-
. y on Hie (found thl -
ii ; t > AD1. is confidential
! i i' c! in' rnv I nn. Fed-
l n, however, rejected this
': in and insisted noon know-
your name pnd the amount
t your contribution, whether or
it you agree."
Georre Talianoff, Florida
State Chni-man of ADL's So-
etv '>f Fellows, noted that the
Anti-Defamation league has ree-
..-i-^,1 tne nnmacv of Federa-
t or's r-"ri' -d win eo"ti"i' to do so in
ie fititr. "ADL' supporters
;.-,v b-"- i",-"lved in s -noort
f the F"','""'tion ^"l'lv-n f"=
he saH.
The Anti-Defamation League
ffic has been saving Miami
- nee 1939 and ADL his been a
irticipating aaencv of the
.eater Miami Jewish Federa-
m <"" i* inceotion. Mr.
iff roted Th" monies
>> by th" Miami Fed ra-
in hve been inad Nutate to
eel Ihfl needs of many n a-
.t svi aoencies. how-
,. and it lv- been necesjvy
,- t|'-s^ a'*e'" i's. including the
nti-Defamation League, to eon-
IC\ B>1T>p'"nvnt -1 cipiiai"ns
ter the Federation's b'det
a'loeation wa known and the
need for additional funds be-
c iir"' apparent.
"Such supplemental ramoa'gns
by ADL's Society of bellows
since Its formation in 19S9 hue
always been conducted either
i^jor i" or subsenuent to the
;-". .I.rat'on campaign," said Mr.
Talianoff.
In 1^70 'be Fede-ation an-
njwnw' |iV' formation of a
Miiltin'e Annex's Committee for
n,. purpose of Bettlne guide-
ii.,s for B'tnoWnental cam-
< nnd nassin" "non re-
pi sts for these campaigns. Dur-
(Continued on Page 14-B)
FEDERATION
Milton Weiss, president of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion, has publicly expressed re-
gret over the decision of the
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith to withdraw as one of
Federation's beneficiary agen-
cies. ADL's self-imposed with-
drawal stems from its unwilling-
ness to abide by regulations and
policies which arc adhered to
by all of Federation's 40 bene-
ficiaries. Mr. Weiss pointed out.
"Each year the Federation
conducts a community-wide cam-
paign known as the Combined
Jewish Appeal, and for a period
of three months Federation's
Budget Committee labors four
nights a week to determine the
needs and priorities of the Great-
er Miami Jewish community.
The Budget Committee is com-
posed of 40 laymen who much
weigh all information available.
the amount requested by an
agency, their needs, and their
Income." Mi. Weiss said.
"Unless the Budget Commit-
tee is provided with all neces-
sary fiscal information by an
agency, it cannot accurately de-
termine where the greatest need
This is the problem that
has aris n from ADL's refusal
to provide the required informa-
tion which is requested when
any of the 40 Federation agen-
cies make application for inclu-
sion in the annual campaign.
Mr. Weiss not^ that the posi-
tion ADL has taken is a local
one. and that nationally ADL
has cooperated with local Fed-
erations in supplying such in-
formation. This requirement has
h-en on each of the annual ap-
plications the ADL has signed
in the 30 ye-rs it has partici-
pated as a Federation benefici-
arv.
During 19fi8 and 1969" Mr.
Weiss commented, "the ADL
applied for and received permis-
sion to hold its Society of Fellows
Dinner for supplemental fund-
raising purposes." In both years
permission was granted and the
onlv request Federation made of
ADL was tn have made available
certain relevant fiscal data. De-
spite the fact that this was the
only condition laid down by Fed-
eration. ADL refused to com-
plj in both years.
Upon recommendation of its
Budget Committee, the Federa-
tion's Board of Directors con-
tinued to urge ADL to comply
with these regulations, "in the
summer of 1970. after long study,
the Federation finalized a policy
of multiple appeals and formed
a Multiple Appeals Committee
under the chairmanship of Max
Orovitz, a former Federation
president and one of the com-
munity's most respected citi-
zens." Mr. Weiss i Mplained. "The
community recognizes the valid-
tv of all legitimate campaigns
organized for meeting human
needs, and that Federation it-
self is dedicated to upholding
the voluntary nature of philan-
thropy as we have known it
throughout our history," he
emphasize A,
"People in Dade County are be-
sieged for contributions during
a very limited period, which cre-
ates excessive burdens upon the
community and conflicts upon
the time of its leadership. This
further serves to divide the com-
munity and drain its available
(Continued on Page 14-B)
Gaza's Moribund
Municipal Council
Formally Dissolved
TEL AVIV (JTA) Gaza's
Military Governor formally dis-
solved the Municipal Council
that has been moribund for more
than six weeks, and appointed
an Israeli officer to take over
the administration of Gaza un-
til a new Municipal Council can
be appointed.
The ii Councilmen refused to
carry out their duties after the
mayor was ousted Jan. 2. on the
grounds that they would be re-
garded as collaborators with the
Israelis. When the Military Gov-
ernor summoned them to his of-
fice Sunday, only five came.
Tlie Gaza Municipal Council
was appointed by Egyptian au-
thorities in 1965. When Israel
occupied the Gaza Strip two
years later, like most West Bank
town councils, it was allowed to
remain in office. Gaza, long a
hotbed of terrorist activities, is
the only town in any of the
occupied territories where offi-
cials have found it necessary to
replace the civil administration.
2 More Terrorist
Bands Uncovered
TEL AVIV (JTAl Security
forces have uncovered two more
terrorist bands-one at El Arish,
in the northern Sinai, the other
in the Jerusalem area.
The El Arish band, headed by
two Egyptian intelligence men,
was charged with firing ba-
zookas at the Nahal Yam settle-
ment, shelling the military gov-
ernor's house and planting mines.
The four-man Jerusalem gang
headed by an El Fatah trainee,
admitted grenade attacks on the
Nablus and Jaffa gets, and on
the British Consulate and the
sabotage of an electric pylon.
Terrorists carrying weapons,
ammunition and mines have
been killed by Israeli patrols-
four in the Upper Galilee and
two north of the Dead Sea. And
the search for a group which
forced Arab workers out of a
bus near Hebron before setting
it afire is continuing.
According to a report from
Amman, only 5.000 guerrillas re-
main in Jordan, as compared to
20,000 before last September's
civil war.
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Friday, February 19, 197]

Schwartz To Unveil
Intensive Aid Plan
Pl.ins for the mast intensive
program of aid to Israel ever
si>onsored by B'nui B'rith in Flor-
GKKAI.D SCHWARTZ
Ida will bo outlined Tuesday af-
ternoon by Gerald Schwartz, past
lent ol th<- Miami Beach
Lodge and former president of the
Zionist Council of South Florida.
Mr. Schwartz will address a
luncheon club meeting of B'nai
B'rith at 1 p.m. Tuesday in the
diLido Hotel. The session is free
and open to the public, according
to Gershon Miller, Miami Beach
attorney and chairman of the club, j
'B'nai B'l ith members have been
engaged in numerous programs of
assistance to Israel since the es-
tablishment of the Jewish state,
but the current emergency con-
fronting Israel requires new di-
mensions of support," Mr. Schwartz
told a luncheon planning commit-
tee meeting.
A former executive vice presi-
dent of Bar-Ilan University in
Israel, Mr. Schwartz was the area
manager for Israel Bonds in five
Yom Ha-Atzmaut
Mrs. Harriet Ciroon. president of
the South Florida Council of the
American Zionist Federation, of
which all the Zionist groups are
constituent members, has announ-
ce! that the Yom Ha-Atzmaut cel-
i oration will be held at 8 p.m.
April 29 in the Miami Beach Audi-
torium.
All of the local Zionist organiza-
tions will take part in the program
hems: arranged in honor of the
23rd Anniversary of the establish-
ment of the State of Israel. An
outstanding national personality
will be the principal speaker, and
an outstanding musical program is
promised.
Midwestern states and has directed
United Jewish Appeal campaigns In
numerous areas since his return
from Europe in 1948. He was pres-
ident of the Henry Monskj Lodge
In Ohama, Neb., and has twice
been a district chairman for Is-
rael. The three-time chairman of
national Israel Bonds meetings
sponsored by B'nai B'rith. he has
also been state coordinator of the
Israel Emergency Fund drive and
regional or state director for such
organizations as the Israel Educa-
tion Fund, American Friends of
Hebrew University, American
Friends of Tel Aviv University,
American Red Mogen Dovid for!
Israel and the American Tochnion
Society.
Mr. Schwartz, who is on the
board of directors of the Papani-
colaou Cancer Research Institute
Temple Beth Am, Nova Canaveral
Corporation. Public Relations Man-
agement Corporation and the Pub-
lic Opinion Foundation of Florida,
has served as coordinator of the
international Mid-Winter Confer-
ence of the Israel Histadrut Foun-
dation for the past six years, and
is chairman of Temple Beth Ani's
forum series.
Mr. and Mrs. Schwartz have
both served on the board of the
Creator Miami Jewish Federation
and he is a nv*ml>or of the speakers
bureau of the Combined Jewish
Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund.
During a visit to Israel last
summer, Mr. Schwartz, the first
Southeastern diifctor of the Is-
rael Government Tourist Office,
visited with top officials of the
Israeli government. Histadrut and
numerous educational institutions.
ADL Spokesman
Issues Warning
SHEPARD BROAD
Mayor Shepard Broad
Breakfast Speaker
The Honorable Shepard Broad.
Mayor oi Bay Harbor Islands, will
be the guest speaker at the Har-
bour House- and CarltOn Terrace
breakfast meeting to be hold on
behalf of the 1971 Combined Jew-
ish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund
campaign Sunday, Feb. 28. Ellison
r. Kosoff, coordinator, and Fred
Greenberg, chairman of the Carlton
Terrace Committee, have announ-
ced. The fund-raising event will be
held in th" Harbour House Res-
taurant's Red Carpet Room.
Mr. Broad, a vice president and
member of the Board of Directors
of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration, is a prominent Miami
Beach attorney and banker. A
Founder and moratier of the Board
of Trustees of Mount Sinai Hos-
pital. Mr. Broad is a past president
and Life Trustee of the Miami
Beach Chamber of Commerce.
Moscow Letter Signer Is
'Clergy Breakfast' Guest
Dr. Esther Aisenstadt, a Jewish
activist who recently received per-
mission to leave the Soviet Union,
will bo the guest speaker at the
first annual "Clergy Brotherhood
Breakfast" to be held at 9 a.m.
Wednesday at Beth David Con-
gregation. 2<;25SW 3rd Aw Rabbi
Sol Landau, who is also president
of the Rabbinical Association, has
announced. "The conference is be-
ing hold as a means of strengthen-
ing the bridges of understanding
between the Jewish faith and other
religions," he B tid
Mrs. Aisenstadt, Professor of
iPhilology at the Krupskaya Pe-
ic il Institute in Mos sow
from 1949-69, was among the ten
signatories to the first collective
appeal by Moscow Jews to world
Jewry in September. 1969, and
was dismissed from her job. She
also signed the now famous "letter
of the 39" in which Soviet Jews
repudiated the staged conference'
held by the U S.S.R.'s foreign of-
fice where 52 Soviet Jewish citi-
zens denied official persecution of
Jews.
The Anti-Defamation League of i
B'nai B'rith has warned that a
New York-based Communist-front |
group is trying to obtain funds
from unsuspecting Americans for,
an anti-Israel advertising cam-
paign utilizing Arab and Soviet j
proiwganda. J
According to Arnold Forster,
general counsel >f the League, the,
group calls Itsell the "Committee
for a Just Peace In the Middle
East" and lists its headquarters as
10J E. Ifi St. Th address, he said.
is that ot the Jefferson Book
Store, described by the FBI as
"one of a number of Communist
bookstores which function through-
out the I'nited States under the
management of loyal, longtime
part} members."
The Committee. Mr. Forster re-
I, is planning to kick off its
campaign with an advertisement
in the New York Times, the tex! ol
which has already appi ared In The
Daily World, official organ of th<
Communist Party In the U.S A
and The Guardian a self-pro-
claimed independent radical news-
paper. The ad which appeared In
those two publications included a
plea for sponsors and financial
contributors in order to place the
text as an advertisement In the
N Y Times.
Mr. Forster said that when the
group's executive committee met
recently in the offices of the New
York State Communist Party, they
voted to reproduce the proposed ad
and a solicitation coupon and dis-
tribute it to workers and Jt-wish
organizations in an intensified ef-
fort to raise funds. The reprint.
Mr. Forster said. Ls supposed to be
ready in time for an "Open meet-
ing" of the Committee this week.
The proposed ad calls for "a
peaceful political settlement" in
the Middle East. Among other
| things it quotes from a memoran-
dum presented by the Egyptian
government to Dr. Gurmar Jarring
last month which basically calls for
Israeli withdrawal from occupied
territories. Prospective sponsors
are asked to make cheeks pay iblc
to the Committee or to D. Rubol.
V
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f there is a place for you in
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you Information and Guidance in:
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The Israel Aliyah Representative will be in Miami, on
February, 23, 24, and 25. He will be interviewing at
the Israel Histadrut Council, phone (305) 538-1231 or
538-3101. Please call this number for an appointment.
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treasurer. "D. Rubol." Mr. F
,I, eland, "is Dan Rubol. own. ;
the Jefferson Book Store."
Mr Forster als pointed tn
Alex Kolkin, chairman of the C .
mittee for a Just Peace in *
Middle East who was skncribi
the Daily Work! as a r*:.
file loader of the Internal
Ladies Garment Workers Union,'1
was a delegate to the Chvi t
Party's national convention in 1*45
and was a mrmN r of the !?
directors of th*' Daily v.
forerunner of the Daily World. .^
1951. He participated in lau:
the Daily World and is ex..
n member of the national con
t.....>f the Communist Party I' S \,
The in iin spi a".< r at the -:
meeting of tlv Committee >
October was Di rt A
Communist P&TtV theoretlctai
ch irced thai the Israeli bom -
men! is "r u 1st an I rep< ited \ i
propaganda or alleged I- ;
atrocities against Arab women j
prisoners.
Dr. Aptheker.s speech prt |
one by Don.ia Ristoruooi of tat
Youns Workers liberation League,
a Communist front youth
which replaced the Du Bois <*1 tbl,
Mrs. Ristorueci dismissed ch
of anti-Semitism in the s
l.'nion as "false, Mr. Forster ^ The group then i>a*s-d "a pro-.\. i
resolution which sounded like tat
routine partisan propwuanda 1
Cairo." inchidinj; statements pn -
intr the government* of the UAR
and Jordan and crrticizin*; "th> tg>
eressive circles of Israel. supnoiS
ed by the Nixon administrate
Since meeting m October, the
Committee has s^r.nsored monthly
meetings at th. Center of Marxist
Studies.
Mr. Pbrster said that the
Defamation I-entue is malting
lie "the true nature of the resj t-
taMe-sounding "Committee tor a
Just Peace in the Middle Fast s
a warning to Americans who n
bo tempted to contribute without
knowing that they were lendr z
their names to a Comni it -l
cause."
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Many prominent leaders of the
Miami Jewish community as well
Bs New Yorkers vacationing in
Florida v.ill attend a reception in
the Fontalneblcau Hotel suite of
Mi and Mrs. William Rosenwald
Monday, at 4:30 p.m.
Dr. Irving I>*hrman, spiritual
I r of Temple Kmanu-Kl, Mi-
ami Ik'ach, has extended the in-
vn it ions to the cocktail reception
which, over the past several years.
has become a highlight of the Mi-
ami Beach winter season and a
significant event in the launching
o! i he nationwide UJA drive.
Mr. R/vanwald. one of the Amer-
ican Jewish community's foremost
le "lets. .' making his annual visit
t i Florida in connection with the
beginning of the 1971 Israel
l rg .. Fund drive and gen-
can paign of the United Jew-
ish Appr-.il.
Dr. Lehrman and Mr. Roscn-
v Id, a former general chairman
i the rv tional United Jewish Ap-
il who is currently an Israel
I i i rgejicy Fund chairman in New
V k, are coordinating the efforts
ol Miami area vol'inteers to make
Cdntor MoShC StCm I Luncheon Committee's Champagne
At Kneseth Israel's Bri,nch For Patrons And Hostesses
Sabbath Services
a success of the opening phase of
the l.JA effort in a year of greatly
increased humanitarian needs
among immigrants in Israel as
well as needy and endangered Jews
in other lands overseas.
Among the UJA leaders work-
ing with Mr. Rosenwald are Mr.
and Mrs. Kd Wciner, Mr. and Mrs.
Nat Kocppel, M. H. Fishman, Sam
Karsch, Abe Kramer Max Doft,
H. M. 'Doc" Weinberg. Rabbi Irv
ing Miller, and Nathan Trotsky.
The dual nationwide drive on be-
half of the general UJA campaign
and Israel Emergency Fund is ex-
pected to raise $400,000,000 in 1971.
The Israel F.mergency Fund aids
hundreds of Immigrants in Israel
whose welfare is a traditional hu-
manitarian responsibility of the
American Jewish community. The
general UJA campaign seeks in-
creased financial sup;x)rt for pro-
grams of relief, rehabilitation, edu-
cation and migration that assist
needy and endangered Jews in over
25 countries, as well as refugees
resettled in Israel, the United
State- and other countries.
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Cantor Moshe Stern, a former
cantor in Jerusalem who is now
affiliated with Temple Beth-El.
Brooklyn. N.Y.. will apix'ar at the
Sabbath services of Kneseth Israel
Congregation, 1415 Kuclid Ave..
at 6 p.m. Friday. Feb.: 26. and
8:15 a.m. Saturday. Feb. 27, it
has been announced.
At 8:15 p.m. the following Sat-
urday. March fi. Kneseth Israel
will present Cantor Stern, a na-
tive of Buda[>est who became well
known as a "wunder kind" at a
very early age, in a concert-recital.
Cantor Stern gave his first solo
recital at the Budapest Academy
ot Music at the age of 10: two
years later he was invited to in-
tone the "Haskara" before an au- ;
dience of many thousands, includ-
ing a number of world-famous |
ranters, in the Budapest Sport |
Palace.
Cantor Stern was appointed '
chief cantor of the great syna-
gogue in Rehovot, Israel, in 1955.
When the "Ilechal Shlomo" relig-
ious center, the seat of the chief ]
rabbinate of Israel, was estab-
lished in Jerusalem three years
later, he was chosen chief cantor
of Israel's must prominent syna-
gogue.
Mrs. Al Podvin, president of the
Sisterhood of Temple Kmanu-Kl.
has announced that a champagne
brunch for patrons and hostess
will be held by the luncheon com-
mittee at 11 a.m. Krinay in the
home of Mrs. Irving Green, 10130
\V. Broadview Dr.. in preparation
for next Wednesday's gala 31st
anniversary luncheon in the tem-
ple's Kriedland Ballroom.
Proceeds of the annual fund-
raising event will be Used to sup-
port the Lehrman Day School, it
was announced. The featured en-
tertainment will be a brand new publicity.
review called "Over Thirty," pre-
sented by the Temple Players
under the direction of Trixie Levin.
Mrs. Ted Hollo, chairman of the
luncheon committee, is being as-
sisted by Mrs. Irving Cypen, pa-
trons; Mrs. Max Dinisman, gifts;
Mrs. Herbert Buehwald and Mrs.
Alvin Cawn. hostess cochairmen;
Mrs Bob Bezark. door control;
Mrs. Robert Krank. decorations;
Mrs. Leonard Riehelson. reserva-
tions; Mrs. Kvalyn Upaky, pro-
grams, and Mrs. Peter F. Heller.
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Agencies henefitting from the
nationwide UJA drive are the
United Israel Appeal, Joint Distri-
bution Committee 1 including
Acknowledged as one of Israel's
leading cantors, his popularity was
increased through public appi ar-
Bnces and broadcast performances.
Hi has also cut several long-
ORT>. New York Association for playing records which give a well-
New Americans and United Hias selected presentation of his litur-
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Friday. February 19, 197;
Cantor A Featured Artist
In Bar Mitzvah Concert
Ikidussah Center for Winter Resident*
Presents Sophie Primak Book Review
Cantor Sholom Kat, lyn, t ^S^S^SS^..... *
The chairman of ih<> Ner Tamid
1 Mitzvah Concert. D. Da li-
nt, has announi-t d that om
musical genius" who plays almost
verv musical Instrument known.

Mr. R fgenl is chairman of the
committee making the an*
mints and Mrs. Louis C< h< n is
cochairrnan. Louis Suchman is
g) i-vin i as ticket chain:..';
The Committi e also in< I -
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Presenting Concert
Cantor Sholom Katz. lyric tenor
who will bo chanting the "turgj
at Aeudath Israel Institute. .SOI
Carlyte Aye., during the Sabbath
morning services; will be pre
, music ol ail types In his
..... s n la) cono rl there, Dr.
Isaac Hirsh Ever, spiritual leader.
lias anno m 1 d.
Now afflliated with Beth -
:. regation, Was!:::
D.C. ( antor Katz, who won the
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^Jewish Floridian
the LA/oman w lAJorlcl
r-idcy, February 19. 19'I
Pacre
Women's Division Donor
Luncheon At King's Bay
Hoi-rt;r.- morning special MTA
fs \ ill be bringing women from
t ovi r the Greiter Miami area to
is a forme.
Ambassador
mOSIS SCHONULD
3 Kirm'.- !'> facnl and Countrj
JO to the 11:.'!'.) a.m. (i:
ami .! wish Federation- Wom-
s Di\ ision I) in :r Luncheon, Mi s.
chad I,:;.sl;v, chairman of the
Mrcpo. t- d.
The r. !d on h -
.If of thi 1971 Combin ri J v si
pp1-Israel Kmergi iicy F'iml
mpaign and v om :i al tending
e (U! e in \\ ill b.
:nimur'. tion f $.1
the campaign effort.
Moses Sehonfeld. an accredited
United Nations correspondent and
radio commentator for Fairchili
Broadcast News specializing in
Middle East affairs, will be the
guest speaker. Mr. Sehonfeld, who
has interviewed major world fig-
lim s. including Arab and Israeli
leaders, and covered White House
assignments as well as national
p< i.'ical conventions,
al consultant to
Hi nry Cabot Lodge.
The special Metro Transit
thority buses will depart promptly
.'t in:.in a.m. from two central
areas. On Miami Beach, the buses
will ocati l in the back park-
ing lot i f Miami Beach Auditor-
ium; ard in North Dadc in hack
of Burdine's 163rd Street, at the
regular bus atop. Refreshments
will be served on the buses.
Mis. Lipsky announced that Mrs.
Lawrence Brant is serving as co-
chairman of the Donor Luncheon
o mmittce for North Dade and
Mis. Bernard Mandler as cochair-
man for South Dade. Chairman
'i I'cc,,rat ions is Mrs. Robert
Fi I st, r; Mrs. Jack Lang'T is
Wostvicw Country Club Donor
chairman.
The campaign coordinators for
this v< i.i In -hide Mrs. Sidney M.
Schwartz, Miami Beach; Mrs.
Matthew I ttinger, North Dade;
Mrs. Richard Brickman, South
Dade, and Mrs. Carl Susskind,
'. ,'est\ :< w .
Monday's 'Mexican Fiesta' Is
Biscayne Chapter Benefit
The Biscayne Chapter of tlWI
Woman's Cancer Association of
the University of Miami, will hold
its Grand Finale Mexican Fiesta
Luncheon and Fashion Show i m-
ceei by wrv.is Chuck /.ink Mon-
day in the Grand Ballroom of the
t ontaineble tu Hotel.
The event culminating a year's
activities and using "Mexico" as
i1< theme. Will feature the exclu-
sive first U.S.A. showing of the
exciting collection of famed in-
ternational couturier. Juan Mar-
quez del Rivero.
More than 45 elegant creations
are being specially designed f/>r
tin Biscayne Luncheon, for which I
Edith Zipp, staff member of the
Jewish Floridian. will do the fash-
ion commentating. Twelve of her
Miami-Dade Junior College stu-
dents will be modeling the design-
er's costumes. Entertainment -. il'
Include Johnny Rojas and his Lat-
in hand and spi ci kl Mexican en-
tertainers flown to Miami for the
occasion.
Chairman of the Mexican Fiest i
Luncheon is Mrs. Louis E. Rog-
ers, Biscayne Chapter's Ways and
M. ans chairman, who has been
working all year to make this
lunchron theme a success. Her I
committee Includes: Mrs. Jerry
Wil'enborg, Mrs. Cordon Taylor,
Mrs. Michael Huber, Mrs. Mai I
L'Heureux, Mrs. Gilda McClellan,
M-s. Ralph Correnty, Mrs, R Iph
Jones and Mrs. Harry Bryan.
The lii si a luncheon is ope I
he public. Tickets and reser -
*i"ns nvv be secured through Mrs.
Harry Bryan, chairman.
A highlight of the event will be
the drawing deciding the winner .:'
a 10-1 iv trip for two to Nicara? 11
and Mexico arranged by J. <;. M ...
di-i 'tor or m -xican touris n
'or the S.E. United States, and
na"o Avc0 sales managci :'
Lanic i Airlines.
Scholarship Fund Benefit
A variety show called "Pot
Pills! and Pitter! ." will be
nti by The Parkway General
" [o 'i il Auxili irj for the b i
* its Scholarship Fund Progl
M irch 6 and 7. at the Joh
Kepnedv Junior Hi'.'h School in
N"'i-h M'ami Beach. The Park" v
';,,..(,...,i Hosoitnl Auxiliary, a n i-
fit o! eani/ation, provides s<
trshios to deserving high sch >1
seniors seeking careers in I h
health field. Tickets mav be -
cured by writing to the Hos|
\nxtliarv 1R951 N'W 2nd Avi
!':n- Mrs Ml.....t M it/.
One of the 45 creations espaci-1
ally designed by Juan Mnrquez
del Rivero for Monday'c "Mexi-
can Siesta Luncheon," sponsor-
ed bv the Biscavne ChnDter of j
the Woman's Cancer Associa-
tion of the University c! Miami.:
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Eye s, Magazine Writers In
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Ac r ling to Benzion Shapira
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m ;,i Investments this year.
bout 20^ 'I the total investm >nt
in Israel's industry. He said that
textile and fashion exi.....ts are
-. ,i -d reach the S2 I ill
. .n 1971
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Friday, Febniary 19.
Hillel Hay School Plans
Junior High Department
The executive board <>f HlUel
Community Day School has ap-
proved plans to establish a junior
UK. JUKI. B. DENNIS
high school progvam starting with
the seventh grade next fall, Dr.
Joel B. Dennis, in sidenl of the
school innounced.
High r gi ados w ill be opened
each successive year, he said, un-
; a full nine-grade school with
both elementary and junior high
school departments are estab-
lished. Plans for a senior high
school will bo studied and acted
upon in the spring of 1973, hi
reported.
mited number of gra ;
from public elementary schools
will b' accepted for the 7th grade
fn September. Classes on the jun-
ior high level will be limited to
_'0 students and such candidates
for admission must show a su-
perior record of schol istic achieve-
nil nt.
The dual curriculum will in-
clude both general and Hebraic
studii such is are currently of-
on the elementary school
level. The junior high program
will in' completely departmental-]
i/ed. with sp "Ci ilized instructors
for the various subjects, according
to Dr. Dennis.
Hillel will be housed in its pres-
ent location in the school building
o! T, mple B 'th Shalom, 1725 Mon-
roe St.. Hollywood for the .u,i-
demis yeai. UiTl-T2.
Parents are asked to call the
school office f>r additional infor-
mation.
Terrace Towers residents turned out en
masse recently to honor Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
liam Agranove for over two decades of de-
voted service to world Jewry. From left to
right are Louis Wolin; Mrs. Wolin; Jacob
Gruber, cochairman of Terrace Towers
Apartments CJA-IEF; Hy Kalus. guest speak-
er; Nrs. William Agranove, honorees: Mis
Max Mansfield, and Mr. Mansfield, chairman
of Terrace Towers CJA-IEF committee.
In this scene from the current Yiddish hit play, "The Shlim-
azel and the Bride," playing at the Hebrew Academy, the
one and only Michel Rosenborg is discussing things with
Florence Kniel, who plays Esther, the mother, and little Jan
Lynn Weiss, who plays the grandchild. The comedy is play-
ing every night except Monday and Friday at 8:30, with
matinees on Sunday at 2:30.
So. Bell Installs Its 7,000,000th Phone
Somewhere in the South it
could have been in Miami --a
rather special Southern Bell tele-
phone whs inst..lied recently as
the company reached a total of
even million telephones in serv-
ice in its four-state area.
'One of approximately 2.000 tel-
ephones installed that day in Flor-
ida. Georgia. North Carolina and
South Carolina was the seven mil-
lionth," said Donald J_. Oddy.
District Manager "At the time
the figure readied seven million,
there were approximately 2.793.-
000 telephones in Florida and 83,-
22-1 in Miami.
"Telephone growth has greatly
accelerated in recent years," Mr.
Oddy declared. "Southern Bell
reached the seventh millionth mile-
stone just two years and a few-
days after installation of its six
millionth telephone on Jan. 28.
1969. In contrast it required
nearly f>9 years from its found-
ing in December. 1879. to July.
1947 for Southern Bell to have
its first million telephones in serv-
ice in the four states."
B' cause of heavy and rapidly
accelerating growth in the South,
Southern Hell in 19118 formed a
new Bell company to serve part
of its nine-state area and con-
tinued to gerve Florida. Georgia.
North Carolina and South Caro-
lina. It had 5,703.764 telephones in
service in the four states at the
time of the division. Since then it
has gained 1,296.236 and reached
7,000,000 in the short space of a
little more than 2M years.
Additional telephones are sym-
bolic of the growth of this region,
whether they serve individual or
business needs,' "Mr. Oddy said.
"Southern Bell in the four states
reached two million telephones in
October, 1954; three million in
January. 1959: four million in Feb-
ruary, 1963; five million in Sep-
tember, 1966. and six million in
January, 1969."
Dr. Solomon Zeitlin In
Miami For Conference
Dr. Solomon Zeitlin, Prof) ssoi
Post-Biblical Literature and In-
stitutions at Dropsie Universitj in
Philadelphia, Pa., who lecture before the Rabbinical \-
sociati >n ol Greater Miami last
week at Temple Israel a.is In
Miami to attend this week's ('.in-
ference on Communications jointly
sponsored by the Florida Inti "ra-
tional University and I
Univers ity.
Dr. Zeitlin and Dr. Abraham
Katsh. Dro] lent, recent-
ly conferred an Honorary Doctor-
ate u|n lbs Exci llency /- ilman
Shazar, presidi nt ol the State ol
I-}- iei. oni ol h.- classmates.
Dr. Zeitlin. th,' author ol a large
number of books, was the editor
ol the s, hoi irvJ ew ish Quarterly
Hi \ lev. for 25 ye 11" h i~ to n
associated w th I > opsie for the
past 50 yi
Secretaries To Hold
Seminar-Workshop
The Mi imi :
i | secret N
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.- | Mar h 13 al the 11
: mi 1J1 :-:. :: it '1
i Rita B. Huff. Profess ir bl
\ i i. tion at Sam
Houston State College, Tex is, will
conduct the Be Figure-Wise am!
Analyze" seminar covering such
topics as how to handle person il
money matters, analysis of finan-
cial statements, statistical proce-
dures and changes in the examina-
tion for the certified professional
secretary. Kitty Field, president
of the Miami Chapter, has en-
titled her lecture: "Stand Up and
Be Counted."
Grocer To Speak Tuesday
Julius R. Gracer, accountant,
businessman, stock broker and in-
vestment counselor will speak on
"Shocks Facing Your Future'
Tuesday at 10 a.m. in the Forte'
Forum Auditorium. 1200 West
Ave., Miami Beach.
Imperial Towers
Group Will Meet
The new Imperial Towers Group
of Hadassah will meet in the Rec-
reation room of the Imperial Tow-
ers North. 1801 S. Ocean Dr. Tues-
day March 2. at 12:30 p.m. Re-
freshments will be served prior to
the meeting, according to Mrs.
Lee Shalett, Hospitality chairman
and Mrs. Leonard Rothfield, co-
chairman.
Mrs. Soi i ooper. president pro-
tein, announced that the charter
for this new group will be pre-
sented; all members on record as
of that day will be signers. New
members are also invited to par-
ticipate.
Purim will also lx> celebrated at
the gathering. The guest speaker
will l>e Mrs. Leonard Wolpe. who
attended the Mid-Winter Confer-
Adam "Cotton" Reardon, who
has been named vice president
and general manager of the
Fincher Oldsmobile and Amer-
ican Motors agencies, was vice
president and part owner of
J. D. Ball Ford for 17 years. He
came here from Atlanta in 1951,
and is a resident of Country
Club of Miami Estates.
Miami Happenings
The stablishmenl ol Evelyn
and I'hii spit tin) Sch
for tahnted male student >\
ductors and female \ iolinists at
the Universitj ol M a
U en ann >unce 1 b> l>r William
F. Lee III. lean ol th l'-M
\; sic The si h
ei
the noted
: clarinet
M
79, will l*> has
pr i\ ide S '
lent year ui

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Ihe fund
I guest
include Hade's M SI w
< lark an i X M n I G( IP I'
mitt Paula Hawkins.
Mi imi Be ich Elks Lodge No,
1601 won the South Florida rit-
ual championship, s. Larry Kim
mel, exalted ruler ol the 1.
announced. The team inel
Ted Cohen, leading knight; David
Drinker, loyal knight: Irvine
Ptrtel, lecturing knight: Richard
Bernard, esquire; Richard l*rg-
er. Inner guard and Gerald k.
Schwartz, chaplain Judge otto
Stagemaaa wu the coach; fndge
Lawrence Hoffman took th. part
of the applicant.
Michael Backs, who was re-
cently appointed production
manager of Vladmir it Evans,
Inc., advertising agencj in Coral
Gables, served as production
.it I., ona I Sacks
\. tising, Inc., ol New V
three yi I frad
the L'nivi rsity ol Mian
h m i jot ed in Advert isin
S :ks and | resid
South Miami.
Ohev Shalom Sisterhood
Installs Its New Officers
Th' Siste
Sh ilom Syn igogue, 7
nit i Dr iven m tailed b> R
t. Weberman at the i
>
Taking ol vere Mrs '
csident: Mrs
S n ; Weinstein.
lents G
p I ;ram di -
sun
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I Mrs. Fani
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Cromer Wholesale, ItiCi,
Changes Its Name
The : V
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!o .ei ii.r
Maurice C
d nt Th. n< name, l
I, will > for exp
in the manufacturing, distril
kp n textil<
ire!.
The Cromei Company, nov '
leading distributor of textile tad
. apparel in the state of Fl "dj,
I was started in 1913 by I''''
i Cromer. the late father of th*
: current president. In 1926 I !*
came known as Cromer-<' I
and w.is located in the depart-
ment store presently occupi ij
I Richards
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i
Menorah Chapter Meets
The regular meeting of M> '
Chapter 1013 B'nai Brith v met
Will be held ir. the auditor,.- ^
the Washington Feder.il. I
W isbmiiton Ave Tuesday
International Boal Show
Beginning 6-Day Run
The Souths large,t marine ex-
hibition, the 1971 Miami Interna-
tional Boat Show, begins its six-
'lay run ,,t Miami Heach Conven-
tion Hall Friday night with more
than |30 million in boats, motors
and marine accessories, according
to the show; president. William
S. Simpson. Officials expect the
Crowd to surpass last years record
attendance of 266.981.
One hour prior to the 7:30 pre.
opening, a mini-parade led bv the
(.renter Miami Mummers Band
will march from the Miami Beach
dty Hall, at llth St. and Wash-
nJWn Ave.. up Washington to
Convention Hall. With them win be
"<' dolphin Dolls. ,,,
dance group, and the 1971 Boat
Show Queen and her court .
mg in trailercd boats.
Boaters and non-boaters alike
Will have plenty to see and do at
this years show, with .'l''W
square feet of glittering d-, JV
made up of more than 425 Indfcat
ual exhibits of boats, engin-s aid
everythinj else related to n...
functions.
More than S00 craft, rar.ginj
from this year's flagship to tM
Beet, a S.'OO.OOO-plus, 58-foot tr.P&
cabin Hetterac, t0 the mot m
pensive sail powered suffbai*i
will be on display. In addition. tW
1 ''' st in marine electronics J"*
marine equipment andseavicef y*
exhibited.
Other exhibits, such as th. W*
ditional Nautical Art Gallery. bot
ing safety and ooaanflapaphic d*
plays, are designed to appeal .\en L
I'1 the non-hoaters: show '.:our|
"' ":30 p.m. to 11 p.m. Friday a1"!
1 1"" to 11 p.m for the reniaif
Ing five days.


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Friday, February 19. 1971
Judge Ellen Morphonios Will Receive
JWV Good Citizenship Award Sunday
Criminal Court Judge Ellen The Mayor of Hialeah has desig-
ea Morphonios will be the re-1 nated the coming week as "JWVA
it of the Jewish War Vet- I Tag Week" in that city. Members
erans "Good Citizenship Award" "1 Hialeah-Miami Spring* No. 681
at the Department of Florida Au\- will be canvassing their neighbor-
Diary's annual Friendship Tea i:i hoods raising funds for Auxiliary
tl Embassy Room of the Bal-lwork. Volunteers will service the
1 ill Hotel Sunday.
Theme of thi 1 p.m. event will
b 'Ext* nd .! Hand of I-"' iendship
Na Bi it herh tod." ac-
1 an a inouncement made
VA Hospital's telecart Sunday.
President is Mrs. Lillian Newman.
The VA Hospital telecart will be
Serviced by volunteers from Abe
1 rs. Irv;n Steinberg chairman. Horrowiti No. 682 Friday. The
M 5. Malvina V. Freeman, pasl Auxiliary will hold a fund-raising
ml president, will present card party in Unified Hall, 2300
thi invited guests to Department NE lTlst St.. Thursday, Feb. 25.
lorida presidi nt Mrs. Justine
amowitz. Amone those present
v. U' representatives of allied
\ i an's auxiliaries and national
;.- well as local Jewish 1 rganiz 1-
i Dignitaries will also include
St e Attorney Richard E. Ger-
.- n and Mi tro
I rk.
A program of entertainment
! Bturing show turns by Lee Barry
bl been arranged by Mrs. 1'illie
Kern, national senior vice presi-
di nt of the JWVA.
Thursday. Feb. 25. volunteers
from Harry II. Cohen No. 728 will
service the telecart at Veterans
Hospital. The group, led by Mrs.
Shirley Tragash, president, will be
holding its annual fund-raising
Mayor Steve card party at Temple Ner Tamid
Sunday at 8 p.m.
Col. David Marcus No. 746 Aux-
iliary members Ann Meager, Betty
Ott and Esther Winston will hold
their monthly birthday party for
the young girls in Paradise Cot-
tage at Sunland Training School
Sunday. Individual birthday gifts
will be provided. Mrs. Marjorie
McSherry is president.
Jewish Woman's Role
Education Day Theme
The
will be
Chapter
Role of the Jewish Woman"
the theme of Miami Beach
ol Hadassah's Education
Saturday. Norman Bruce Brown
Nu. 174 volunteers Belle Swartz.
_, ,ia Liebman and Claire Green-
wald will service the Telecart at
the Veterans Hospital in the morn-1
in* The Post and Auxiliary will j cine i^fllberS
he'd a ward party for the patients *""
at 7 p.m. Tuesday's 8:15 p.m. board pjan Spring Luncheon
I ting will be held in the Miami
Beach home of past president !
Sophia Rosenberg. Current presi-
c- -t is Mrs. Mae Schreiber.
At a recent meeting in the home
of Mrs. Walter Lebowitz. chairman
of the annual Spring Luncheon
Committee Sisterhood of Temple
Beth Sholom committee members
ol
1 sklent
Ivy Block Bride Of
Michael Gomberg
Ivy Block became the bride of
Michael Gomberg in ceremonies
conducted by Rabbi Herbert M
Baumgard anil Cantor Michael
Kyrr at Temple Beth Am Satur-
day, Feb. 13.
The bride, whose parents are
Mr. and Mrs. Irwin J. Block, grad-
uated from Palmetto Senior High
School and is presently a student
at Miami-Dade Junior College
South. Her husband, the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Gomberg,
graduated from Chartiers Valley-
High School. Pittsburgh. Pa., and
attended the University of Miami.
The bride's cousin. Lynn Stu-
bins. served as her maid of honor;
Dana Semet was flower girl and
the bridesmaids included Gayl"
Block. Vicki Kramer, Shcllie Gom-
berg. Stefani Bender. Sharon
M*$. I At DMM
After a short recess for bl
Mrs. Deimer will moderati
Uton entitled: "The W
:ti Model n Times." Mi> S
Fast. pi 1 detent of the Chapt
poi t'
Par, 1 pai ticipants 1 .
Metro Commissioner Jo; 1 1
w h W ill s;h ak on "\\
Role in the Communitj Mi 1
Lab '/. wife I Tern]
1 lid's 9 tl : I
iss 'The Import .1 .
In Perpel .it ii .' ids
Ed/tli Geiger, directoi ol A
can Frien la ol the Hebrew
\, 1 sit v. who will spi :ik
en's Liberation in Israel," ai
Roxcj Bolti n, national vio
del,1 <>t N.P.'.V. ( National >
zatii n for Worn, ni de*
"Women's Liberation in the
states Today."
Mrs. B. Steinmuller, cochairi
ol the event, will lead in It
qiu stion-anil-answer period I
jig the panelists' presentation!
Groomsmen included Gene Gom-
berg. best man, and ushers Kick
Bonomo, Kenny Gomberg, Jay
Scbwarttz, Randy Stubins. Steve
Kramer and Ronald Creasy.
Mr. and Mrs. Gomberg will live
in Miami after a honeymoon in
Paradise Island.
Miramar No. 177 will hold elec-
t for its 1971-72 officers dur- ; made plans for the yearly event Gardner and Sharon Creasy.
the regular 8 "p.m. Tuesday to be held at the temple March 17.
1 less meeting at Temple Israel The Mesdamcs Walter Lebowitz.
Miramar. Mrs. Birdie Grace is Lee Greene, Irwin Teplis. Julius
Ser, E. Max Kesselman. Donald
Lefton and Mrs. Jack Shapiro,
." Irs. Ruth Burman, president ofI were omong those attending the
W-st Miami No. 228, announces aj plenary session. Mrs. Meyer Kot-
i it Post and Auxiliary games i>r is Sisterhood president.
ni] it Wednesday, culminating the: .,.
ky book raffle." ^S^fo^^g^^^^^^^^
Stella and Sol Lipton of Murray
Solomon No. 248 will service the
VA Hospital's telecart Monday. A
b'ard meeting will be held at
rick Demonstration School. I
1 al Gables, Tuesday at 8 p.m.'
Judith Blitt is president.
Day Monday, from 10 a.m. to 2:30
p.m. in the Algiers Hotel, accord-
ing to Mrs. Jay Dormer, education
coordinator.
Dr. S. T. Swirsky, Professor of
Oriental History at Miami-Dade
Junior College and spiritual leader '
of Beth Jacob Congregation, will
discuss "The Role of the Woman
in Biblical and Talmudic Tin* i"
and Rabbi Harry Jolt ol Beth
Sholem Congregation will lecture
on "The Role of the Jewish Wom-
an in the Diasjtora." with special
emphasis on the Mi Idli a.
the ghetto, during the n
si ssion.
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No. 677 Will service the VA HOS-
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I -ness and social me* ting will be
by the Auxiliary In the Wash-
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D: Wednesday.
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Jewlsli fhrklicir
Page 9-B
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Hebrew Academy Women
To Endow Auditorium
Pirns to endow a multi-function-
:'. auditorium in th;- new Junior
High S.hiM)l building boin^ con-
structed by the Hebrew Academy
of Great< t Miami haw been an-
ed by th-' Hebrew Academy
\ :i"s Organiz ition
The aev facility, expected to
cost 9 -.000. will servi a i
th assembly and dining h ill and
m ibo be equi; -. i for theatri-
i; I eti
Mrs. L< onard a jident I
of t!i- women's group which spon-
sors an i .<:(!.ii proj-
ects for the Hebrew Academy, tid
the new auditorium will be fi.
nanced ihrou-h -,\ sp cial campaign
to sell donor's brick-s in the new
facility.
Mrs. Leonard Rosen, who spark-
ed the campaign to finance the
I.la Appe] Auditorium in th
Academy'-; present building, will
be chairman of the drive fo>-
th" new auditorium. Contributors
will purehnse bricks in denomina-
tions of $18 each.
Const-uetion of the new Junior
High School building is expected
to ?et underwav in a few we~ks
at the from th<- school's campus.
Servinc with Mrs. Roson as aso-
c; ite chairman "f the Brick Cam-
paicrn hit the MesH.-imns I>eon^H
Adler. I-v!ne Firtel. M'lrrnv G;l-
mm. J")iui Rien. Julh'S Rosn.
stein. Jo'.'-oh ShTni-o Hprrmn L
Shaw pnd Haro'd Tokayer.
'Heart Sunday' Drive
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this weekend, according to Janvs
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man. More than 11.000 volunteers
will collect th>' contributions of
their neirhhors Proceeds will go
to support Heart Association of
Greater Miami research, education
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The Brick Campaign Committee
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*Jewistifk>rteUan
Friday. February 19. 1971
Boa, MifyuoA
Barry Tckoyer Barbara Gomulka Mark Malmck David Pincus
CARLOS SAI.TZ
C i. los S hi of Mr. and Mrs. Ra-
e Salts, 894] S\V 17th St., will
. ite his Bar Mitzvah at Tern-
)i Olom Saturday, Feb. 20.
Carlos, an eighth grade student
ii Roekawaj Junior High School,
lays ili" saxaphone in the school
b ,11.1
Tin' Kiddush following the aerv-
. Saturday will i>o sponsored by
rlos' parents in his honor: they
\ ;li also host ;i reception and lunch-
ii: on Sunday.
Among ih" honored guests will
the celebrant's grandparents,
Mr, and Mis Pescack ol Califor-
ia, and Mrs. Maria Salt/, and his
runt. Miss Raqnel Bnkalar.
BRICK NAKZISSKNFKLD
Bruce, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Narzlssenfeld, will become
Mitzvah Saturday, Feb. 20. at
5 p.m. In Temple Zion. Canto.
ird S. Browdy will officiate.
Bruce, an eighth grader at Riv-
iera Junior High School, is very
proficient in bowline; he has re-
ived many trophies and is on a
te im at the Bird Bowl.
There will be a reception at the
Narzlssenfeld home following the
Ices Saturday evening. Among
the honored guests will he grand-
parents, Mr, and Mrs. Robert Gis-
in and Mrs. Sabina Brill, and
great-grandmother, Mrs. Sonia
' Slssin,
ROBERT UNEB
".hen Frederick, the son of Mr.
I Mrs. George Liner, will be-
. B i Mitzvah Saturday, Fob
at remple Zion. with Rabbi
V Shapiro officiating and
n Richard Browdy chanting
i.:' urgy.
:- student ;it South
i Junior High School where
ii ,- in the ighth gradi .
A reception will be held at the
1 h >me Saturday evening in
obert hon i \ m ing the bun >:
i1 11 he his ii bin ither
Mrs a W Clelland.
DAVID PINCUS
Saturday, Feb. 20, at Beth Da-
vid Congregation, David Michael,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Jules Pincus
of 11900 SW 72nd PL. will be.
a Bar Mitzvah during the worship
. ices,
The celebrant, a seventh grade
I Indent at Palmetto Junior High
School, las attended Beth David's
Religious School five years and is
in Hebrew Grade 3. He is also a
member of the Cantor's Club.
A reception in David's honor
will be held at the Seville Hotel.
Miami Beach. Attending the cele-
bration will be his grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Freund and
Mrs. Anna Pincus of Miami..
ft ft
STEVEN Bt'STEB
During the worship services at
Beth Torah Congregation Satur-
day morning, Feb. 20. Steven, the
son of Mr. ami Mrs. Jay Kuster.
will be called to tlie Torah as a
Bar Mitzvah.
A student in Hebrew Grade 4 at
Beth Torah's Harc'.d Wolk Re-
ligious School. Steven has been a
student there for the past three
years and will join the Confirma-
tion Class of 1973.
Mr. and Mrs. Buster will host
the Kiddush following the services
in honor of the occasion.
V
BARBARA GOML'LKA
Barbara, the daughter of Mrs.
Dena Goniulka, 3231 NW 66th Ave.,
Hollywood, and Walter Gomulka
of Palm Beach, will celebrate her
Bat Mitzvah Friday evening, Feb.
19. during the services at Temple
Adath Yeshurun, North Miami
Beach.
Barbara is a student at Drift-
wood Junior High School in Holly-
wood, where she is in the seventh
grade.
V ft ft
BARKV TOKAYER
Barry Jay, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Harold Tokayer will conduct
tiie services on the ossacion of his
Bar Mitzvah at Beth Israel Con-
;i g i ill. A\ mi Beach, Saturday
morning, Feb. -0. at 9 a.m.
Barry has been a student at the
Hebrew Academy fur the past eight
years. The celebrant's parents will
liosl the Kiddush in bis honor fol-
low Ing the ser\Ices.
Here to help him celebrate will
be his maternal and paternal
grandmothers, and relatives and
friends from New York, New Jer-
sey and Cm ida. Barry's uncle
Moshe Tokayer, Chief Rabbi of
the Jewish Community of I in
will be c iming fr im Tokyo for the
sion.
ij. } Xf.
MARK MALNIK
Dr. Irving Lehrman will offici-
ate when Mark Alan, the son of I
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Malnik. be- I
comes Bar Mitzvah Saturday. Feb.
20, at Temple Emanu-F.1.
Mark attends the Ransom
School, where he is on the Honor
Roll, and is also a student in -
Temple Kmunu-El's afternoon Re-
ligious School. He plays tackle on
the Junior Varsity football team.
Mrs. Ruth Malnik. Mark's pa-
ternal grandmother, will attend
the event.
ft ft ft
LEE KAPLAN
Lee Kliot. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Martin Kaplan. 12290 SW 28th
St. will celebrate his Bar Mitz-j
van at Temple Or Olom Saturday
afternoon, Feb. 20.
Lee. a seventh grade student at J
Riviera Junior High School, is ai
former All-Stir baseball player I
and trophy bolder with the North |
Dade Optimist champion team, j
Last winter, he won two free tic-
kets to the Sui>er Bow] from
radio station WQAM for answei
a football quiz correctly. [
Mr. and Mrs. Kaplan will spon-
sor a Shalosh Sudan following the
afternoon Rar Mitzvah and bust a
reception at their home in Le< -
honor Saturday evening.
Among the honored guests will
be Lee's maternal grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Yellen of
Riverdale.N.Y., who will be cele-
brating their 45th wedding anni-
versary on tbi' same day. and his,
paternal grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Hyman Rosen of New York)
City.
ft ft ft
JOHN SCROLL
Saturday morning, Feb. 20. in
the main sanctuary of Temple N'er
Tamid, John Martin, the son of!
Mr. and Mrs. Hyn.an I.. Scholl of]
7930 Tatum Waterway Dr., Miami j
Beach, will become Bar Mitzvah.
John, a student at Nautilus;
Junior High School where he is a
Student Council representative,!
also attends Ner Tamid Religious
School.
The Kiddush following the serv-
ices will be sponsored by Mr. and
Mn. Scholl in honor of the oc-
casion. Out-of-town guest.s will in-
clude John's brother and sister-in-
law Dr. and Mrs. Barry Scholl of
Hollis Hills, N.Y., and their sons.
Michael and Mark; bis sister and
brother-in-law. Dr. and Mrs. Mi-
chael Bloom, their son Ell \ and
bis sister, Carole Scholl of N
York City: bis aunt and uncle, Mr.
ami Mrs. Jack Scholl of Bavside
and Mr, and Mrs Ben Scholl, his
aunt and uncle from Harbor Is-
land. Florida.
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A NEW CONCEPT IN A JEWISH CAMP FOR CHILDREN
Ages 6-16 Boys and Girls
Located in Orange Springs near the beautiful
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ON OUR OWN NATURAL SPRING LAKE
Camp Shalom is dedicated to a completely spiritual,
educational and fulfilling camping experience. A com-
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designed for each child. Tutoring in Hebrew and all
secular subjects is offered.
Enrollment limited to a select 125 campers
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Phone 271-8377 or 279-0401 for further information & brochuer
OWNERS DIRECTORS
Cantor, Temple Zion Jeffrey and Robin Sherman
Richard Browdy David and Shelley Sokol
Miami Office: P.O. Box 7243, Miami 33155
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Miamians Will Spend
Passover In Israel
The second tour of the Ameri-
can Friends of the Hebrew Uni-
versity will include Passover Sed-
ers in Jerusalem, according to Mrs.,
Myth H. Geiger, leader ()f the
three-week tour which will leave I
Miami on March 28.
Among the participants in the
unusual group will be Anna Bren-
ner Meyers and Ben Meyers. Dr.]
'and Mrs. Joseph I. Anton, Mrs.'
Ben Levlne, Mrs. Charles Char-1
lOWSKy and her daughter, Ruth
Platt',' as well as many other con-
iribulbrs to the support of the He-
brew University of Jerusalem.
The group will also attend dedi-
ition ceremonies of the Humani-
ties Building contributed by com-
munity leaders of Greater Miami.
The Ruth and Jack Popick Miami
Building for the Humanities wi:i
be dedicat.-d in the presence of the
POpick family, lending representa-
tives ol Hebrew University Friends
from throughout the world, dele-
gates to the International B i r I
of Governors of the Hebrew Uni-
versity and outstanding leaders of
the State of Israel.
Miamians are Invited to partici-
pate in the tour which will include
two weeks of planned activities and
one week of Ketaxatlon in Jeru-
sali m. Mrs. Florence FMdman,
who has be n associated with the
American Friends of the Hebrew
University for the pas! seven years,
will be on.- hi the leaders of the
group. Inquiries may be made by
calling the Miami office of the
American Friends of the Hebrew
University or Volpc Tours.
New Mizrachi Chapter
A new Mizrachi Chantei
the Roney Plaza has been fi
for the residents of the buildings
located at 2301 and 2371 Collins
Ave.. it has been announced. The
group will meet at 10:30 a.m.
Monday in the home of Mrs Fan-
nie Auerbach-IVrg. Apt .'.'.'l-A.
2301 Collins Ave. Residents of
these and neighboring bin! Ii .
are Invited to attend.
Lorber Chapter Holding
Smorgasbord-Auction
A "Treasure Chest of Values"
will be available to all who attend
the Smorgasbord-Auction being
held at Temple Beth Am Tuesday,
Mrs. Sol Brown, chairman, has
announced. Auctioneer will be
Alden Ziemen,
i Proceeds of Lorber Chapter's
largest fund-raiser of the year go
t" the Children's Asthma Research
Institute and Hospital at Denver,
where youngsters from all over
North America with chronic. In-
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fui, treated and rehabilitated.
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+Je*isti fhridfian
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i
* lAJItcit s Crooking
Bv RITH SIRKIS
A "Suqar 'n Spice" children's fashion show
and luncheon benefi! for Women's American
ORT featuring pre-school models, will be
held by Gulfs'.ream Chapter Tuesday noon
in the Eden Roc Cotillion Room. Working
with the golden favor bags for the luncheon
are {from left) committee members (standing)
Mrs. Marvin Stonberg, Mrs. Marvin Wein-
stein, Mrs. Jerry Stein; (seated) Mrs. Joel
S:. heifer, chairman, Mrs. Mayer Pan. Mrs.
Gary Selkowitz, Mrs. Norman Ciment, Mrs.
Howard Fneden, Mrs. Barry Kitun, Mrs. Al-
len Elster and Mrs. Paul Ruthfield.
To many people a meal without soup Is not considered a
meal at all. A good soup fills you up pleasantly, aid enables
you to comfortably enjoj the rest of the meal. Soups are cool and
light in summer and hot and somewhat hi ivj in winter Our
soup here is a winter soup, ft is made of onions which are
sauted In butter, and also with vegetable stock, wine and
cheese. Serve it with crisp white bread and enjoy. Makes six
to eight servings.
ONION SOI I*
Scholarship Dinner Set
By Yeshiva Day School
The
dinm r
N .rth
first annual scholarship Directors of the Hvbrew Aca I ".;
of Yeshiva Day School,
Ii. le County's only He-
brew Daj School, will be held at
6:30 p.m. Sunday. Feb. 28, in the]
Harry N. Schwartz Auditorium of
Beth Israel Congregation, 40th
Street and Chase Avenue, Miami
Beach, Irving ScMel, president of
lh<> school lias announced.
Miami Beach philanthropist and
communal leader Jacob R. M>
density will be guest of honor at
the school's first major communal
event since its establishment last
SiTMember. Mr. Modansky, a vice
president of Knesset h Israel Con-
gregation, also servos as the chair-
man of its Board of Education.
Since coming to South Florida
three years ago, Mr. Modansky
has been active in a broad range
of communal activities, particular-
ly in the field of Jewish education
He is a member of the Boards of.
Oholei Torah Day School and Beth
Tfil ili Cong >& ition and servi as
vice resifli nt ol the Religious
Zionists of America. He is aUo ac
i ve on beh ill' of the Israel B m
ii on md the l 'nited Ji w-
y Khiva l' ly School of i
i: i and reli
si he1 i n im as well as n
full i tidies pi :rai
i fourth
ill
next > r. Cl s aii
In t< I 990 NK
!7'-< St., Not Hi M ch.
Mrs. Margolia Guest
At Membership Tea
Mrs .Mil 'a: [olis ational
lent of the Brandi is Univer-
sity National Women's Commit-
tee, was to be the speaker and
honored guest at Thursday's 12 30
p.m. ceneral membership tea spon-
sored by the Greater -Miami Chap-
ter in the Rendezvous Room of
Scacoas) Towers North, according
to Mrs. Harold Dorfman, presi-
i dent.
At its 31st anniversary luncheon
Wednesday, the Sisterhood oi
pie Emanu-El will honor
Mrs. Samuel F'ried'.and in rec-
ognition of her many years cf
devoted service to the organiza-
tion. The luncheon will be held
in the temple's Friedland Ball-
room.
Mrs. MargoHS, who was elected
president of the national organiza-
tion in Juno of 1969, was a found-
er of the Haverhil], Mass.. Chapter
In 1950. she graduated cum laude
Corinthian CJA-IEF
Meeting Sunday
st.it.' Attorney Richard F.. Ger-
st.in will be the guest speaker at
the annual Combined Jewish Ap-
peal-Israel Emergency Fund cam-
paign meeting to be held by the
residents of the Corinthian, Sunday
morning in the Card Room.
I. Eli Goldstein and Harry Har-
rison, are serving as chairmen of
from Boston University' School of the event; Mrs. Arnold Seeder i
Law and is currently a member of chairman of the Women's Com-
., mittce. Bernard l. Binder. Ben
the Massachusetts Bar and the .,,..... WJmom R rjhetiky. S;im
Federal Bar. She is also authorized v ,;,|,uuill Simon E. Rubin, Sol
to plead before the U.S. Supreme siivcr and Frank Silverman will
Court. I i>e serving as cochnirmen. ^^^
Trouble for your local Post Office.
Because it requires up lo 5 additional
sorting operations. (Which can make
sacks and sacks of mail miss their
plane and train.) \.
Trouble for a whole string of Post
Offices along the way. (An unzipped let-
ter makes more stops.)
.Trouble for you and the person who's
waiting to receive your letter. (An un-
zipped letter may take longer to reach
its destination.)
In fact, trouble for everybody who uses
the mails. Because every unzipped let-
ter slows things down.
That's trouble for the whole country.
Mail moves the country-
ZIP CODE moves the mail!
Pa 3 pounds yellow this, salad oil onions For 2 vegetable wtock onions
1 l tills, butter tsp. salt tsp. sugar 2 i, 10 carrot -c \ oot parsl \
s tbls. flour cups vegetable stock 1 1 baj leaf clove of garlic
i p white wine cup grated Sw iss cheese 2 t. 10 tsp. salt tsp. pep cups of w iter
St nt with the vegetable stock: clean and pare Ihe vege-
tables and put them in a pot with the water and seasoi
Bring to a boil, and boil for about 30 minuti s. Meanwhile, peel
the onions and slice into very thin slices; melt the butter with
the nil in a large skillet and saute the onions over low heat
for 20 io 30 minutes, stirring occasionally, until nicely browned.
Sprinkle with salt. BUgar and flour, mix and continue cooking
nother couple of minutes. Remove the vegetables from the
stock with a slott ,.' ,r stock for about 30 minut. s. Taste and corr
if necessary. you plan to serve it later*. Just before serving idd the
Wi, ng to a strong boil for five minut .t. with
so i the
: 5 plate that pi I
,\ sou h ;s both a good
nlyiit M-'h. It I
,nts. and ed
iffle is also ro
nCV to flop But, II you prepare it the right way, and serve
it |,.., .mi ol the oven. Your mffle v I you
m ith pleas c impliments.
A souffle i.- basically made of simpli ingredients thai ire
probal ly right now in your kitchen. Preparation time is about 20
minutes and baking time 30 to 40 minutes. Follow the recipe
very carefully and success will be yours.
This cheese souffle urn he the main dish and center attrac-
tion ol a very special luncheon. Serve with a good green salad
and iwhy not?) a nice glass of wine. Finish up with Strong
coffee and fruit.
For four servings:
5 eggs
i tsp. cream of tartar
', cup butter
:\ this, flour
1 cup of hot milk
\ cup grated hard cheese
'_ tsp. salt
'4 tsp. white pepper
Butter a six-cup souffle dish. Sprinkle it with one table-
spoon of the grated cheese. Set aside. Heat the oven to 400-
degrees F. Separate the eggs. Putting whites into a large bowl
for whipping. Mell the butter in a medium sauce pan and add
the flour, stir well and cook about two minutes till the mixture
hubbies don't let i! brown. Remove pan from name, add the
hot milk all at one- and stir vigorously so there will be no lumps.
Add salt and pepper and continue stirring till the mixture is
smooth; Return the pan to a medium flame and cook about two
minutes, stirring constantly. Remove from heat. You will have
a very thick, but smooth sauce. Add FOUR ece; yolks, one hy
one, mixing well after each addition: add all but one tablespoon
Of cheese (O the sauce.
The whipped egg whites are the most important ingredient
in a successful souffle. Add the cream of taitar to the whites and
start beating slowly, and gradually inn-ease the speed. Whip only
until the whipped whites are stiff enough to hold their shape,
and they don't fall down when you lift the beater. Don't over
beat: Fold very gently the whipped whites into the sauce. Four
the mixture into the prepared souffle dish. Sprinkle with re-
maining one tablespoon of cheese, and place in the center of the
heated oven. Reduce heat to 375 degrees F. Bake for .10 min-
utes without opening the oven. To test if it is done, insert a tooth-
pick. If it comes out dry. the dish is ready. If not. hake for five
more miniues. when ready, s.-rve Immediately. The souffle will
stay puffed and high for about five minutes after it is taken out
. >t tin' oven.


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Friday. February 19. 1S71
Past Presidents
Temple Betll Sholom I^Be Honored
Leadership Institute
Temple Betli Sholom of Miami
Beach will conduct its l*;th annual
Community Leadership Institute
for Miami Beach and North Miami
public school teachers, in recogni-
tion of National Brotherhood Week
at a luncheon in the temple. 4144
Chase Aw., under the ausplc ol
the Temple's Board of Education,
the Brotherhood and Sisterho >d
of the Temple Saturday n
The Ad-. i< >i y Council, including
Dr. David N. T!io:r.:i-. N n-th-.-a-it
District Superintendent; John E.
Earlo. din cl
Secondary Schools; Miss Eli
F:< nberg direct i \ nenta y ln-
gtruction; K M ha I <
S i1t-v Instruction,
Self-Directing and
Aware Individuals." Group dis-
,--..> and recorder reports and
reccommendations will follow the
presentations of the two speakers.
Luncheon chairmen aic Mrs.
David Miller, who is alsj c'.iair-
man of the temple's Board of Edu-
cation, Mrs. Michael Albin. Mis.
. Kovlor, and Mrs. Herbert
Jaffe.
as the
directo-.
Princip; Is and V- si '. nts
Public Scrnols in
District of D l
"Humanizing E*1"ci1 ion"
theme of this Institute.
The principal speak r will he
Rabbi Davi P i ish I T. m] : B I
Emet, Evanston. 111., author of
"The Eternal Dissent" and "A
Higher Freedom.''
Dr. Leon Kronish, spiritual lead-
er, will discuss "Whi t Judaism
Has t i Say About Education and
the Development of Hum in Re-
Wometco Theatres
Scholarship Fund Dance
The annu tl Sherman S. Winn
Scholarship Fund Dance will be
held Much 21 at the Balmoral
'i tel Miami Beach. The proceeds
go to in Florida State Univer-
sity School of Hotel and Restaur-
the Northeast ., Management Scholarship Fund.
Counts :hos ai; the Southern Scholarship i
Res irch Foundation of F.S.U.
rtq I] iiegin at 9 p.m. and
the evi nine, *-i!l be highlighted by
mtimi i -''M:\inment.
The Sisterh tod ol Temple
Smanu-El will hold ;i- 31st Anni-
> i.-inch-on Wednesday noon
in the Friedland Ballroom. Mrs. A1
Podvin, president, has announced
A special ceremony bonoi ing al.
past presidents ol the Sisterhood
will be presented by Dr. Irving
Lehrman, spiritual leader of Tem-
ple Emanu-El, who has conducted
th's annual tribute to the leaders
of the Sisterhood for the past 2S
years.
Highlight of the 1 incheon will
he a presentation by the Temp1.'
Emanu-El Players entitled "Over
Thirty," with special material and
lit ection by Trixie Levin choi og-
raphy by assistant director Bar-
bara Bessey, musical direction by
Millie Draizar, .md props by Mol-
lie Grim iman and Rose Won
Members of the cist include Bar-
bara Bessey, Ten Blum. Elaine
Glickman. Laurel Kimball, Libbj
Levin, Davida levy and Hope
Pomerance. Chairman of the Dav
is Mrs. Ted Hollo. Reservations
may be made at the Temple office
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Friday. February 19. 1971
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He is a good Temple member, lives an exemplary life, is a devoted husband and father. 1
But he is neglecting an important moral obligation.
He has not yet made his cemetery arrangements. Like other
moral and spiritual obligations, these arrangements must
not be forgotten. By planning ahead,decisions can be made
calmly. They can be made without emotional pressure.
They can be made wisely, and they can be made together
as a family. If you have not yet fulfilled this obligation to
your family, we urge you to do so now. In this way. you
can be certain that vour family will not suffer needlesslv
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Friday. February 19. 1971
Agencies Air Request,
Requirements, Differences
A.D. L....
Continued from P9 1-B
r. g the year Federation allo-
, i.,l S'.K.OOO to ADL. which
s in represented a small portion
> Mi imi'a responsibility for the
1970 national budget of ADL.
which was approximately six
ii illion dollars.
The S1S.000 also represented
a small traction of the budget
oi the office maintained by API.
in Miami. Accordingly, on July
20, 1970 Mr. Talianoff wrote the
following letter to the Federa-
t m:
"The allocation of the
ireater Miami Jewish Feder-
tion to the Anti-Defamation
ague of B'nai B'rith for
)T0 has been set at $18,000.
ccording to Information that
is been furnished us by Lee
Schooler, National Treasurer
f the League. The amount
(located represents a mod-
si increase over 1969, but
alls short of an allocation
vhich would represent Miami's
lair share of financial respon-
sibility for the national bud-
jue
Accordingly, a responsibil-
ly falls upon the shoulders
of the local leadership of ADL
o call upon its membership
nd supporters to supplement
he Federation's allocation in
n amo nit that will approx-
mate Miami's fair share.
Wi. therefore, wish to
neet with you. and any other
.eadcrs of Federation you des-
gnate, for the purpose of di>-
usslng our problem with a
icw to obtaining consent to
- ipplemental campaign to
le conducted in September-
i :tober 1970 to terminate,
if coo. si', prior to the com-
nenci i i nl oi the 1970-1971
Federation campaign.
Ant; \ lUr early
esporjse ."
It was not until No\. 9, 1970
Fe leralion agreed to meel
it-ta ADL's representatives, de-
plte ADL's repeated efforts to
rrange the meeting at an earl-
date, Viewpoints w re ex-
nged at the meeting, during
,-hich the Federation let it be
1970, promised but not yel paid.
light be rescinded II Al >L did
tot comply with the Federation
egulations. The mi I "tided
. ith both crimps agreeing to
meet main.
Federation eventually paid the
Uocati ,ii it was committi I to
laj ADL for the year 1970 but
chuffed ADL's repeated el orts
n continue further discussions
aimed at reaching a mutually
igreeable resolution of their dif-
ferences. Its filial word to ADL
rame in the form of tbi' rejec-
tion of the League's application
for Inclusion in Federation's 1971
campaign which noted that its
". policies and agreements
are not subject to negotiation
and. therefore, (there isi no
turpose to further meetings."
"Having been excluded I'm
1971, ADL will hold in abey-
ince its 1971 appeal in th"
. (Ireater Miami area until the
Federation drive is concluded,"
Mi. Talianoff declared
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
s/fnisl? fhrMkun
solicits your leqol notice*
W appreciate your
patronage and guarante*
accurate service at iega1
rates .
Dial S7* l*#5
lor meager ger *errlc
FEDERATION
Continued from Page 1-B
manpower and resources," he
added.
Mr. Weiss noted that Federa-
tions throughout the country
have already adopted such stand-
ards and methods of clearance
for Jewish community cam-
paigns, and that in Greater Mi-
ami all of Federation's benefici-
aries, such us Mount Sinai Hos-
pital have deferred their fund-
raising efforts during the Fed-
eration's campaign. The Greater
Miami Israel Bond organiza-
tion also agreed to defer its ef-
forts during the Federation
campaign.
"We have, in fact, received
many favorable comments on
the order that has been brought
about through the Multiple Ap-
peal Committee's efforts." Mr
Weiss declared.
The situation with ADL was
highlighted again last Novem-
ber wlun the Federation grant-
ed permission for the Society of
Fellows Dinner, The required
fiscal data was not submitted
by ADL, and discussion and cor-
indence which followed in-
dicated ADL's complete unwill-
ingness to abide by the Fed,ra-
tion regulations.
At its Pec. 3 Board meeting,
Federation approved payment
of the ADL's lf"0 allocation In
the amount of SI8.000. which
could have been held back be-
cause of APL's non-complianc
At the same time ADL was
once again urged to supply the
required information by Jan. 31,
1971, and was idvised that if
the information was not sup*
plied. Federation would be un-
able to include ADL in the 1971
campaign.
"When ADL's Application For
All itment arrived on Jan. 29,"
Mr. Weiss commented, "it was
alte ed so that ADL exet i
the right to abide b> Fi
tion regulations which it consid-
en el reasonable.' (>' lously, this
w-is una'c I ibl < t i Federation
\I)I. hi:s sine., I.....a urged.
both by letter and by private
d ^ !... ms, to comply s '! H
could be ineludi d as i 1971 F d-
n h neficiarj,"
The Federation welcomes par-
.I'.on by any agency v
nv ets the longn stablishi d cr't-
for inclusion in i's r n-
paign, Mr, Weiss stressd. This
action, he declared, does not af-
fecl any Of the Federation's
long-standing fiscal relationshios
and supp rt for B'nai B'rith
sored Hillel program at the
University of Miami, the BBYO
l in Mi mii. and the B'nai
B'rith National Youth Services
Anpe il.
Mr. Weiss pointed with pride
to the illocations made to the
Hillel program in the last two
\ irs, which have increased al-
mi si six-fold and also called t-
tention to the emergency allo-
cation requested by the Hillel
dire >r and his cemmunitv
i. winch was approved last
November so that the Hillel pro-
gram could be enriched and
strengthened.
Dr. Nelson Glued
Victim Of Cancer
CINCINNATI UTA Serv-
ices were heli. acre Sunday for Dr.
N'elson GlUMftk **>. educator awM
archaeologist, who died of cancer
here last Friday night.
Dr. Glueck, president of Hebrew
Union College-Jewish Institute of
Religion since 1947 was the one
who located the site of King Solo-!
nion's mines; determined the an-1
cient borders of Edom. Moan and
Ammon, and disclosed that the
Negev had been inhabited as early
as 4 000 B.C.
His books included "Explora-
tions in Eastern Palestine." a four-
volume work: "The Other Side of
the Jordan." 'The River Jordan."
"Rivers in the Desert: A History
of the Negev" and "Deities and
Dolphins: The Story of the Nab-
Itaeans." Ordained as a rabbi in
192.1. at the age of 22, Dr. Gfcieck
received his Ph.D. from the Unlv T-
itv of J.'ivi in Germany, and had
been a"arde bj 20 colli ire* and universities
Yehuda Avner Speaker
At Beth Sholom Event
Member of remnle Beth Sholom
turned out in record getting Mim-I
bers for the Temple's annual Com-
bined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emerg-
ency Fund campaign dinner-dance,
which was held at the Playboy
Plaza Hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. riuiTj B. S
were chairmen of the affair, held
in honor of Mr, and Mrs. Irving B. |
!v:pl m. Yehuda Avner. Israel: Con- j
ui in Washington, ivas the guest
six aker.
Book Review Sel
-The Miami Business .v.- Profes-
sional Ch iptei of Women's Amer-
'tn ORT will hold it- regular
meeting Thursday, Feb. 25, at 7:45
>.m. M's. I- anoes Abrams will re-
"Hope is M> House,
Services for Mrs. Bess Glasser, 63, First
For A Woman At Temple Emami-El
The funeral services which wen
to be held at 2 p.m. Thursday in
Temple Kmanu-Kl for Mrs. BeSS
Glasser, prominent Miami Beach
clubwoman and Jewish leader,
won- said to be the first ever held
there for a woman.
Mrs. Glasser. the recipient of
B'nai B'rith's 1967 Woman of the
Year award, died Tuesday at the
age of 63. She had made her home
at 3168 Prairie Ave., Miami Beach.
A native of New York, she grad-
uated cum laude from Hunter
College and received a law de-
gree from Brooklyn Law School.
She was active in civic and com-
munity affairs, and had been listed
in "Who's Who of American Wom-
en" and "Who's Who in World
Jewry" and several other publica-
tions honoring prominent Ameri-
cans. Including 'Personalities in
the South. m'i7."
Mrs. Glasser was a founder of
the Women's Division of the Jew-
ish Home for the Aged, the Mental
Health Society, American Friends
af the Hebrew University and the
Technion. She had served as presi-
dent of the American Jewish Con-
gress, the Women's Auxiliary of
Mount Sinai Hospital and the
Greater Miami Urban League.
One of the originators of the
Miami branch of the U.S.O.. Mrs.
' Glasser recently received a plague
' from the government in recogni-
| tion of the 25 years of service she
i gave to that organization. She was
also the recipient of an award
from the Albert Einstein Medical
School for her work In behalt ol
i its fund-raising campaigns, and an
outstanding service award from
i the National Conference of Chris-
| tians and Jews.
Mrs. Glasser is survived by her
i husband. Louis, three daughters
Sonya Glasser of Miami Beach.
i Phyllis Hodges of Coral Gables.
and MOIM Connors of New York;
her mother, Mrs. Nina Siegvl. a
I brother, Solomon Stags! of Miami
Beach, and five grandchildren.
The funeral services, under the
direction of River.ude Chapels,
were to be follow, d by interment
in Mount .who Cemetery.
MARTIN
Belle Bartli. 60. ol tit Prairli
.\i.1'. pa**ed awaj Sundiij A
Beach reajdenl blllce I'.1 l
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Salxman, N V C Abe tin
Miami Bench and Son Hob
man, Muiilli ello N N *l*ter.
Paula l'.ui kwltt. N.Y.I' and
in.-,. s and nephew Funeni
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grandchildren, 3 KTeat-children s, i-
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Kodeah Congregation under ttu d
i-., ii,,n of iTlveralde Chapel Inter-
ment iru in Ml X.li.i Cemeter;
WAYNE
Cecil SS, "i 8151 H w IS SI uawM 'I
nwa) Mondn} She had madi hei
home In Miami fi the |hu>i !! year*
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teai her having taughl in I emple
She "us :> very well known it,
Beth Am, Temple Judea n a
Templi Zamora. She ",,s ,,is,-
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Rabbi Mayer To
Be PTA's Speaker
I Quart speaker at the Hebrew
Academy P.T.A. meeting in tlip
auditorium of the school locat !
at 2400 Pino Trro Dr. Monday at
8:30 p.m. will bo Rabhi Marvin
Tukayer. Chief Rabbi of Japan, it
has Ixt'n announced.
Rabbi Tck.-yor. a retired Air
l rce Chaplain who remained to
servo JaiMin's Jewish community
at his own requesl and has been
living in Japan for the past 2'
years, will speak on "Problems of
Youth Today." P.T.A. president
Airs. Harold Tokaycr said.
Although he lives in Tokyo,
Rabbi Tokaver serves every Jew-
ish community in the Far East,
including KoKrea. Australia and
the PWttppines, He is in charge of
all religious matters pertaining to
Japan's Jewish community and
sii|>ervisrs its Kashruth.
The rabbi, who is currently do-
ing research on the history of
J. wish settlement in the Far Fast.
has overseen the excavation of a
Jewish cemetery which has been
buried under rubble for centuries.
and discovered much n garding
the nature of the early Jewish
settlers through this endeavor.
He and his wife are the parents
ol two children, Shira and Amiel.
CEP&E
IEGA1 NOVICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOIICE
LEGAL NOTKE
Dr. Howard Sachar
Temple Israel Guest
Dr. Howard Sachar. author, lec-
turer and professor of Middle Fast-
em History at Geoigc Washington
Jnivwsity, will bo the guest speak
er at Temple Israel's Combined
lewish ApTH-al-Israel Fmergency
jnd campaign dinner Sunday
evening.
Martin Fine andKonneth Trelst-
pr, are serving as coehairmon of the
event to bo beki in the Temple's
Wolfson Auditorium: Mr. and Mrs.
Jerome I* Kipnis. the guests of
honor, will bo honored for their
outstanding contributions to Tem-
ple Israel and Greater Miami's
'Jewish Federation.
No late Friday Services
At Beth Torah This Week
Both Torah Congregation will
hold Its first annual "Traditional
family Service and Dinner" Fri-
[ri.iv. The traditional Kabhlat
I Shabbfit Service, ushering in the
Babbath, will ho held in the main
Sanctuary at p.m. by Rabbi Max
[A LtDBChitZ, and Haz/.an Jacob J.
,-nzor.
A traditional Sab^-ith dinner, in-
cluding a Program of selected songs
and readings, and a brief discus-
sion of the Sabbath scriptural por-
Ition will follow the service. Due
this snecial service, the usual
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-3041
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
PEDRO I. VAZQUEZ
Plaintiff
MARIA T. VAZQUEZ
Defendant
Tt I: MARIA T VAZQUEZ
1530 St. Nicholas Avenue
Apt. i-l>
\.w York, NY.
You, MARIA T VAZQUEZ, ar.
hereh) notified that a Bin of Com-
plaint for Divorce tins been fil
against you, and you are required t.
"tv a ropj of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Hill of <*>mplaint en the
Plaintiff's attorney. GA8PAR B.
AII'UM'H op CRISTOL. ROSE nnil
ALDRICH. Jl North Easl First Aven-
ue, Miami Florida and fil,- the origin-
al Answer or Pleading In the office
>,f the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
or before the pith day of March,
1 1071. If you fiiil tr> do so. judgment
I by default will he taken against you
for the relief demanded in the Kill
of I'emnlnlnt.
Thin notice shall be published once
NOTICE BY 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
At AVON OLIVER.
Plain urr.
ROT ALFRED OLIVER,
Defendant.
To MR ROY AW RED OLIVER
lit West itayton
Yellow Springs Road
Falrborn, ihlo
you, ROY ALFRED OLIVER, are
hereby notified that a Hill of Com-
a plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you. and you are required to
rve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on
the Plaintiffs attorney, POLLACK,
VOCOM AND PATH. 17"" Northwest
I Ttll Street. .Miami. Florida and file
the original Answer or Pleading in
; the office of the Clerk of the Circuit
jCourt on or before the 12th day of
March 1971. If you fnil to do so.
judgment by default will he taken
' Against you for the relief demanded
I in the liiil of Complaint.
This notice -hall he published once
each week for four consecutive weeki
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-2879
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
EDCARDO J08E FLUKES.
Plaintiff,
JULIA RESTITL'TA BfLACIo DE
FLORES
Defendant.
TO: MRS. JULIA RE8TITUTA
BULACKi DE FLORES
Amerioan 776
Dean Punes, Cordoba, Argentina
You, JULIA RESTITUTA BULACIO
DE FFLORE8, are hereby notified
that a Illll ol Complaint for Divorce
has been filed against you. and you
are required to serve a copy of your
Answer or Pl ndlng to the mil of
Complaint on the Plaintiff's attorney,
TED E TSOT'PRAKB MO Miracle
Mile. Suite ::::. Coral Gables, Florida
33134 and file the original Answer or
leading in the office of the clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
jc.tli day of March, IH71, If you fail
to do so, judgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded In the mil of Complaint.
This notice shall ho published Oni >'
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEW ISM FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 12th day of February
A 1> 1971.
K It. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court. In.de County. Florida
By: C. L ALEXANDER
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court s. all
TED B. TSOUPRAKE
820 Miracle Mile, Suite :':':!
Coral Gables, Florida 33134
TEL: (3 2/19-26 j/6-ia
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED |
File NO. 70A-1733 '
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN U I
SAMUEL SCHWARTZ holder >'.
County Tax Sale Certificate No. R6
I ii. ii the Slat day of May,, A D. 186!
li.is filed same in my office, and he-
made application for a lax deed to be
ued thereon. Said Certificate en
braces the following described i
pern in the County of Dude, State
Florida. tO-Wit:
Beg 323 It VV Ol SE Cor of XI-:'
of M-:>. vv 70 ft N :':>:: fl E 7" ft
39.2 ft to Beg Section 16 Township
South, Range 41 East in the Con.....
of bade, state ot Florida
This deed will be Issued suhji
all other outstanding delinquent C
of Miami taxes and 1970 County tax- I
and City of Miami luxes end I
The assessment of said pn
under tin- said certificali v. :
name of: Honorla Rodriguez.
L'nless said ertific ite h II l" i. .
deemed a.....irding to law, the propel
described herein will sold to M
highest bidder for cash at the Court-
house door op the first Monday i
the month of March, 1971, which
the 1st day of Man h. 1971
Hated this 26th day of Janual ,
1971,
E i: LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court,
I lade i ounty. Floriila
By P. F. QFLD8TRAND
Deputy cierk
Circuit i urt Seal
1 '39 5-12-19
each we
k for four consecutive weeks i in THE JEWISH FI.OK1DIAX
THE JEWISH FIORIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this lGth day of Februarv
A.D. I9T1.
E H LEATHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court. Daile County. Florida
By: MAHC.CF.K1TE KENT
Denutv Clerk
(Cireuif Court Sent)
n vspah r aldricm
Cristol. Rose and Aldrich
21 Northeast First Avenue
Miami. Florida 33131
Attorneys for Plaintiff
8/19-26 1/5-12
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 3rd day of February
AD. 1971.
K. 1! LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court Dade County. Florida
By: C. P. COTEI-AND
IVnulv Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
liil.UCK. YOCOM AND FATH
1700 Northwest 7th Street
Miami. Florida
Attorneys for Plaintiff ,,,._,,
|a'f Fridav service will not
holrl thnt ,->ve-:"'e !... ;]]
|unK> Friday night, Fob. 26.
LEGAL NOTKE
lv
re-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Ihe undersigned, desiring to engage
business under the fictitious names
|f AMERHRIT KENNELS, AMER- I
HUT ANIMAL INN. THE PET |
otTNTKY CLUB at 8177 S VV. 131th
S'r, et. Miami, Florida Intends to I
einstar said names with the clerk of l
Circuit Court of Dad. County,
lorida.
Amerbrit Animal Inn South Inc.
! 12-19-26 I :.
Off THE AW
HEAR
JACOB
SCHACHTER
rlAY YOU
FAVORITE
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VHTY SUNDAY AT NOON
RADIO STATION VVLTO
1200 On Your Dial
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 71-3099
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ANTHONY HAY SIEC.MAN.
Plaintiff.
MARGARET J. BIBGMAN,
Defendant
TO: MAKCARKT J, BIBGMAN
2o Oulnea Tike
.Milford. Ohio
You. MARGARET J S1EOMAX
are hereby notified that a Hill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you. and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Hill of Coniolajnt onthe
plaintiffs attorney, MICH AST, P
CHASE, 1900 B.W, Third Avenue.
Miami Florida 88129 and file the
original Answer or Pleading In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 19th day of
March. 1971 If you fail to do so.
judgment hv default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded iii
the Hill of Comolaint.
This notice hnll be nuhllshed once
oneh week 'or four '"" '>-. weeks
In Till' JEWISH FIORIDIAN.
DONE VXD ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 17 day of February A D
1071
E R LEATHERMAN. Clerk
Clrctrl' Curt rml Cmmiv. Florida
By: M ROCER'TE KENT
Denutv Clerk
. i .oil I-.....t nn
MICH 61 P. CH \SE
-.' VV Third Avenue
Miami, Florida 191*9
Attorney for Plaintiff
i 19-26, 5-12
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THF
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 71-2940
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
CASPER BBLLINO,
Plaintiff
vs
FRANCES ROSE It El .LINO
Defendant
To: MRS FRANCES
ROSE BBLLINO
tin Wave-rest Avenue
Winfteld Park. New Jersey
You, FRANCES ROSE BELIJNO,
are hereby notified that a Hill of
Complaint for Divorce has been filed
against you. and you are required to
.serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
itiK to the Hill of Complaint on the
Plaintiffs attorney. ANOEI.O A ALL
ESQFIRE. Suite 400 Roberts Building
II West Flaa-ler Street. Miami, Flo-
rida 33130 and file the original Answ-
er or Pleading In the office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before
the 16th day of March li'7t If you fail
to do so. judgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded in the Hill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FIORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this lfith day of February
A.D. 1971.
E n. i.eatherhan. Clerk,
Circuit Court. I>ade County. Florida
By: C. P COPBLAND
Denuty Clerk
fCircuit Court Seal!
ANOEIO A ALL ESQFIRE
Suite 400 Roberts Building
*R West Flss'ier Street.
Miami. Florida 3S130
Attorney for Plaintiff ^^ %/% ^
10
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. No. 71-2872
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
JOHN L DOUGLAS
Plaintiff.
CARol. D DOUGLAS,
Defendant.
TO: CAROL D. DOUGLAS
Cahanna Apts. Apt. No
8046 ltriarellff Kd. N.B
Atlanta. Ga. 86829
You. carol D. DOUOLA8, are
hereby notified that a l'dl of rfni
plaint for Divorce has been Hied
against YOU. and you are required to
serve a i-opv of your Answer or I'lend-
ing to the Hill of Complaint on the
Plaintiffs attorney. RoHERT H.
Ill'RNS BSOUIRE, 856 Lincoln Road.
Miami Beach, Florida 13139 and file
the original Answer or Pleading In
the office Of the Clerk of the l llcuit
Court on or before the '_':> day ol March
1971 if you fall to do so, judgment
by default will be taken against you
for the relief demanded in the Bill
tTi Complaint .... ,
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeki
in THE JEWISH FIORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 12th day Of February
AD'E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
Cinuit Court. Dade County. Florida
Bj L. SXEEDF.N
I Hnuty Clerk
(Circuit Court Beall .....
ROBBRTH BURNS, ESQUntB -
ISO Lincoln Read
Miami Beat h. Florida 33139
Attorney for Plaintiff .
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
NO. 70-3S74
I Dowling)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
HYM.vx MOSKOV7ITZ
1 >l cased.
To All Creditors and All Personi
Ing claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of iiv.vi.vx MOSKOW1TZ
deceased late ,.f Bade county. Flor-
ida, to the County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same in dupli-
cate and as provided in Section 733.
16, Florida Statutes, in their offices in
the County Courthouse In Dade Coun-
ty. Florida, within six calendar months
from the time of the first publii atlon
hereof, or the same will he barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this Kill
day of February. A.D. 1971.
VETTA MOSKOWITZ
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the lf'th day of February, 1971.
CAIDIN. nOTHENUEKO. KOGAN &
KORNBLUM
Attorney for Executrix
305 Hlsoayne Hldg.
Miami, Florida
t 19-26 3 5-1S
w
P
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR'
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE,
No. 70-2661
IX RE: F.-tat. uf
MINNIE BERK
Di eased,
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
MAKE APPLICATION FOR
DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL
DISCHARGE
XOTICE is hereby given that
have filed OUR Final Report and
litlon for Distribution and Final Di -
charge as Executors of the estate '
MINNIE KBRK, deceased: and Ih :
on the 22nd day of February
will apply to th. Honorable County
Judget of Dade county. Florida, t
approval of said Final Report and I *
distribution and final dischargi
Executors of the estate of the I bov -
named decedent. This _'m1i das '
January, 1971.
EVE l \ZAROW
Rl ISK TOFT
JOSH REPHUN, Executors
JOSH REPHUN
Attorney
1379 Washington Avenue
Miami Peach. Florida
j li-12-19 :
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORID* IN PROBATE
No. 71-437
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate ol
ARTHURS. ALEXANDER
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
Vou are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of ARTHFlt S. ALEXAN-
DER deceased late of Dade County.
Florida, to the County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same m dupli-
cate and as provided in Section 733.-
16, Florida Statutes. In their offices
in the Count) Courthouse In Dade
Count v. Florida, within six calendar
months from the time of the first
publication hereof, or the same will
be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this
lay of February. A D 1971.
BERTHA S. ALEXANDER
As Executrix
First publication of this notlci
the pith day of February. '971.
9PARBER. BEVEL ROSKIN &
HEII.HROXNF.lt P A
Attorneys for Bertha S Alexander
loo N. Blscayne rtlvd.. Miami. Fla.
: 19-26, 3 '5-12
nth
on
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OTVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
m business under the fictitious name
of TALENT WORKSHOP STUDIO at
12865 VV Dixie Highway. X Miami
intend to register said name with the
Cl.rk of th. Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida
ALLEN CADOI,
EDW1X BUDOEN
t 19-26, 3 S-M
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of MOl 1NA DISTRIBUTORS at IMS
S VV 22nd Terrace, Miami intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the circuit Court of I>ade County,
Florida. .....
ARTFRO MOLINA
2 '19-Jp 3 :.-12
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of DORIA FASHIONS at 49s", East
10th Avenue. Hlaleah. Florida intends
to register said name with the Oerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida
HER MAR FASHIONS. TNC
_ 19-26 I B-ll
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN thnt
the undersigned, deslrinr to enaare
in business under the fictitio.is name
of GROVE RHCORDINC. TFDIO at
3970 Kumouat Avenue, Miami, Flor-
ida IntepHs to register n1d name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
Mlrhael Stnnrt Marsha1-'
MARSHALL B FISHER, ATTY.
7914-A B.W. 104h Street
Kendall. Florida 33156
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THECIRC'JIT COURT OFTHE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY. NO. 71-2801
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
GENEV1BVE llltm IKS,
Plaintiff,
POP.ERT BROOKS, JR.
Defendant
Vou, ROHERT BROOKS, JR. aro
hereby notified that a Hill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against vou. and you are required to
serve a copv of your Answer or
Pleading to the Hill of Comolaint on
the Plaintiff's attorney. \i vusilAi.l.
H FISHER. 7914-A B.W l"4th Street,
Miami. Florida SJ1MJ and file thi orig-
inal Answer or Pleading in Jhe of-
fice of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before the 20th dav of March,
I''71 If vou fall to do so, judgment by
default will he taken against you for
the relief demanded in the Hill of
Comolaint.
This notice shall he published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In TUP! JEWISH PrORiniAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
that Florida this 11th day of February
A V. R I BATHER VAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court Dn^e Coiinlv. Florida
By: c p covei.and
Deiutv Clerk
(Circuit Court SeaH
MARSHALL R FISHER
7t4-A S W. 104th Street
Miami. Florida 33156 ^ ( ,. ^
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 T1IO.MPK1NS.
Plaintiff, ]
EVER LENA THOMPKINS.
Defendant.
To: BVERLENA THOMPKINS
Residence tnknown
Vou. BVERLENA THOMPKIN.J.
are hereby notified that a Hill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you. and you are required '
serve a copy of your Answer nc
Pleading to the Hill of Complaint "
the Plaintiff's attorney. ALLEN
KORNBLUM. 3:. Blscayne Building,
Miami. Florida 3313". and file Ih *
original Answer or Pleading in the
office of the Chrk of the Clrcu-I
Court on or before the 26th dav -*
February, 1971, If you fall to do so,
judgment by default will be tat,-
against you for the relief d.t.i.
in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published oi
each week for tour consecutivi wee' i
in THE JEWISH FIjORIDIAN
DONE VXD ORDERED at M
Fli rlda, this 22nd day of January A 3,
1971.
i: D LEATHERMAN, Clerk
Court. Dad.- By MARGUERITE KENT
Denutv Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal.
ALLEN KORNBLUM, ESQUIRE
ins Blscayne Pudding ^
Miami, Florida 33130
Attorney for Plaintiff
1 .'
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY (IIVEX that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of CITY AFTO RECOVERY REREAD
at 1710 S.W. 27th Avenue. Miami.
Florida Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade Countv. Florida.
THE CENTURION LDOfON INC.
2/5-12-19-26
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUP"
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
NO. 70-4236
In RE: Estate of
BENJAMIN MARSHAL',
l leceased,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having Claims or Dt mands
Against Raid Estate:
Vou are hi reby notified and retaili '
to present any claims and demat *
which vou may have agalnsi l *
estate of BENJAMIN MARSHAK, de-
ceased late "f Dade County, Florida
to the County Judges of col Cl 11!
and file the same in duplicate mid ..
provided in Section 733.16, Florl
statutes, in their offices In the Cou -
ty Courthouse in Dade County. Flor-
ida, within six calendar months fro B
the time of first publication hereof,
the same will h, barrel
Dated at Miami. Florida, this E I
day of January. AD. 1971.
JEROME MARSHAK
As Executor
First publication Of this notice 1-1
the 29th dav of January, 1971.
MARSHALL B. FISHER, ESQ.
Attorney for Executor
7914-A S VV 104th Street
Kendall, Florida t|15<
1'29 1/5-12-19
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN th\?
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious namct
of SOL CENTER, M.D.: WILLIAM
It. BERRY. M.D.: SOI. CENTER,
M.D.. AND WILLIAM B. BERRY.
M.D.. PA. intends to register sail
names with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
SOL CENTER. M D. AND
WILLIAM H BERRY, M.D..
PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATION
SPARRER ZBMBL, ItosKIN &
HEII.HROXNER. P.A.
Attorncvs for Applicants
106 X Tiiscavne Rlvd.
Miami. Fla. 33142
2/19-26 3/5-13


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46-OZ. CAN
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FOOD FAIR
C
lb. id
BONUS SPECIALS! SAVE UP TO 42
10-OZ. JAR INSTANT
COFFEE
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LIBBY'S
29
27
FOLGER'S

1
19
FOOD FAIR
99
c i
LIMIT 2 CANS EITHER BRAND PLEASE WITH OTHER PURCHASES OF S5 OR MORE
EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
LIMIT ONE JAR EITHER BRAND PLEASE WITH OTHER PURCHASES OF S7 OR MORE
EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
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TOP QUALITY INDIAN RIVER
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Seedless Grapefruit..... 5 for 49 Prune Juice
OT.
BTL.
39'
PASCAL CELERY
GARDEN
FRESH
CRISP
LARGE
STALK
ALL FLAVORS REGULAR
SODAS
16-OZ.
NO RET.
BOTTLES
SI 25 VAIUE SANDRA IEE
Lotions of Aloe ro??\V 88
ONUS SPECIAL!-S115 VALUE'
BABY POWDER
JOHNSONS
14-OZ
CAN
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