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The Jewish Floridian
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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"Oewish FlorMiiaift
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKIY
Volume 44 Number 9
Miami. Florida Friday, February 26, 1971
Two Sections Price 23c
Meir, Eban Drafting
Reply To Cairo Note

JERUSALEM Pre-
meir Golda Meir and Foreign
Minister Abba Eban are diall-
ing Israel's reply to the latest
Egyptian note which will be con-
veyed to Cairo through United
Nations mediator Gunnnr V.
Jarring, political sources dis-
closed.
Foreign Ministry sources told
the Jewish Telegraphic Agency
that Israel Is not seriously con-
cerned by Egypt's prompt rejec-
tion of yesterday** Cabinet state-
ment. The Egyptians still find
it necessary "to speak in two
different tongues" for home
consumption and foreign con-
sumption hut this "would not
be fatal for the future of the
Jarring talks," the source's said.
According to authorative cir-
cle-; here, the Cabinet's pronoun-
Cement that Israel will not re-
turn to its piv-Six-Day bound-
aries should not be taken as a
juridical pre-condition to peace
negotiations. If Egypt insisted
that Israel abrogate that posi-
tion, no negotiations could take
place but in the course of nego-
tiations, Egypt will be free to
raise its own views regarding
frontiers, the officials said.
What Israel refuses to agree
to Is that Egypt should draw the
|wace map in advance of talks.
Kor that reason, the "no return"
clause was deliberately inserted
into the Cabinet statement which
otherwise could have been mis-
interpreted as meaning that Is-
rael had relinquished one of its
basic positons, the sources said.
Most Israeli newspapers com-
mented favorably on the Cabinet
statement. The consensus of
opinion was that the statement
clearly put the burden on Egypt
to proceed toward a peace set-
and convinced world
of Israel's desire for
tlement
opinion
peace.
A State Department spokes-
man declared that the United
States "for the present" was "re-
serving comment" on the Israel
government's statement. Robert
J. McCloskey told newsmen, "We
will not have any comment on
the Israel Cabinet's communique.
We want to be guided in out-
judgments by Israel's reply to
Jarring whenever they do so."
McCloskey also refused to say
whether the latest Egyptian note
offering to make peace with Is-
rael coincided with the Ameri-
can view. A State Department
source said later that in the ab-
sence of Israel's direct reply to
Egypt through Jarring. "We
would not want to assert our-
selves publicly."
Russian Government's Protest
Rejected By Belgian Officials
BRUSSEI-S iJTAi Under-
Currents of tension were felt
here this week as the World Con-
ference on Soviet Jewry opened.
Moscow, which regards the eon-
erence as an antl-Soviel provo-
cation, protested formally to the
Belgian government.
Foreign Minister Pierre Har-
Itriel summoned the Soviet Am-
h -- nior Tuesday morning and
Banded him his government's re-
[ply. According to a communique
Issued afterwards, Harmel point-
lid out to the Soviet envoy thai
I the conference was organized
Iby a private body which assur-
ed the Belgian government that
lit would respect its hospitality.
[He said his government was not
j interfering and did not expect
the event to harm its relations
kVith the U.S.S.R.
Later, the conference presidium
held a press conference where
il> spokesman denied that the
gathering was anti-Soviet or a
"cold war conference" as charged
bj Soviet officials, and said th :
had not been aware that the
i pening coincided with Red Arm>
Day in Russia. General David
Dragunsky, the high st tanking
Jew in the Soviet Arm) had ac-
cused the ronference organizers
of insulting the Russian people
i>> scheduling the event on Red
Army Day Gen. Dragunsky was
apparently unaware ihat the con-
ference was organized entirely
by Jews and would be attended
only by Jews. He told a press
conference yesterday that the
conference organizers had "not
defended the Jews diring World
War II."
The conference reported that
it has received a message from
Prof. Vladimir Jankeleitch. of
the Sorhonne in Paris, a veteran
memlH'r of the Franco-Soviet
Friendship League. Although a
sell-proclaimed friend of the
Soviet Union. Jankeleitch re-
portedly wrote that he hoped
the conference would convince
the Kremlin that there "were
Soviet Jews who did not con-
sider themselves Russians and
who would like to live outs
the Soviet Union." The mes
continued, "I find it Impossible
to understand how the libera-
tors of Auschwitz who played
such a powerful part in the de-
struction of Nazism, can now
condemn Jews simply because
they want to go to Israel."'
The conference spokesman
told newsmen that the purpose
Continued en Page f>A
Advanced Gifts Give CJA-IEF
Campaign Unprecedented Start
The Greater Miami Jewish
Federation's 1971 Combined
Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Fund campaign was kicked
off to an unprecedented start
this month by the results of
wo advanced gifts meetings
ield at the home of the cam-
aign chairman. Joseph H.
anter.
The more than S3 million
kited at these and other com-
iiunity-wide meetings, were ini-
tial contributions to the Fed-
eration's continuing support of
lore than 40 local, national and
overseas agencies, as well as the
ltal social welfare needs of the
State of Israel.
"The two advanced gift meet-
ngs." said Mr. Kanter. "proved
it our community is coming
he needs of local agencies.
of age. not oidy in recognizing
but in accepting and under-
standing, with maturity, its role
in helping Israel survive during
these most critical times in her
brief history."
According to Mr. Kanter, the
concept and dimensions of the
1971 CJA-IEF campaign are
staggering. "Golda Meir, for the
first time, has personally and
publicly appealed to American
Jewry to raise 400 million free
dollars for Israel," he stated.
'And for the first time the Prime
Minister said that this would be
a year of sacrifice in order for
Israel to survive, a word here-
tofore forbidden to be used,
since there was never before any
doubt about Israel's survival."
Inspired by the words of Is-
rael's Prime Minister, all major
BRUSSELS DELEGATES WILL REPORT
TO ASSEMBLY AT TEMPLE ISRAEL
Every Jewish organization in Greater Miami will l>e re|
sented at an assembly to be held at Temple Israel Sunday at
7:30 p.m. The official delegation or Grea '" imi Jewish Fed-
eration's Committee on Soviet Jewry to the First International
Conference on Soviet Jewry, held this week in Brussels, Belgium
will report on the four days of intensive discussion regarding the
problems of Soviet Jewry. The official delegation, under the
chairmanship of Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, will give details on
the decisions made and resolutions passed there as well as ac-
tions to be undertaken in the immed;ate future.
In addition to Rabbi Abramowitz. Federation's Committee on
Soviet Jewry included Maurice Goldring, Jack S. Popick and
Mendell M. Selig.
i
Jewish communities in the United
States have accepted a goal of
doubling their 1970 campaign
effort. In order to aid communi-
ties in raising the maximum
dollars for Israel, all national
campaigns on behalf of Israel's
educational institutions have re-
ceived orders from their govern-
ment to cease and desLst from
fund-raising efforts during the
1971 campaign. The staffs of
these fund-raising organizations
have been assigned Federations
throughout the country, includ-
ing the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation.
Community mobilization is
now under way and more than
200 high-rise condominiums, the
major Temples in the commun-
ity, the various trades and pro-
Continued on P* 14-A
News Briefs
Rabbi Kahane Arrested
NEW YORK (WNSl Rabbi Meir Kahane. national chair-
man of the Jewish Defense League, was arrested and char4 '
with harassment and verbal abuse after charges were filed by
V'ladimor Federov. the second secretary of the Soviet Mission to
the United Nations. Rabbi Kahane must appear in Manh at", in
Criminal Court on March 2 to answer the charges.
Goldberg Named Chairman
NEW YORK UTA Arthur J. Goldberg, former Supreme
Court Justice and former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations.
has been named chairman of the Ad Hoc Committee on the
Human Rights and Genocide Treaties. Hershel Halbert. retiring
chairman, and Hetty Kaye Taylor, executive secretary, have
announced. The Committee, formed in 1964, combines 52 national
religious groups of various denominations, togi ther with labor,
civil and veterans organizations, in a coalition designed to per-
suade the United Stales to ratify the International Convention
on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide an'
other human rights convention- that s 'ek to implement the U.N.
Declaration on Human Rights.
B'nai B'ritli Women Celebrate
WASHINGTON (WNS) Some 7 tea ittendii
tril nnial international convention and d: celebra-
tion of B'nai B'rith Women vote n ol $250,000 for
the construction of a new building I 11 older troubled boys al -
Children's Horn.' in Jerusalem. Mrs Math h Holstein
burgh, Pa., was installed as 16th inl sidei
organization.
Rabbi Ousted By 144-135 Vote
MEW YORK iWNSi Members of Congregation Shaa
Tefila, one of the largest reform synagogues In the nation, vot I
111-135. to uphold the action of the Board of Trustees in refusing
to renew the contract of Rabbi Philip Schecter which expires
June 30. Rabbi Schecter claims he was ousted because he tried
to "modernize" the procedures of the 125-year-old synagogue.
Kollek Approves Housing Plan
JERUSALEM t WNS i Mayor Teddy Kollek and the town
planning committee have now approved the controversial plan
for rebuilding East Jerusalem and creating new suburbs as a
moans of creating a Jewish majority in the former Arab sections
of the city, reversing their long standing opposition to the plan,
pushed by Housing Minister Zeev Sharef after it was attacked
by the U.S. State Department as an unilateral action'' that would
"change the status of the city."
Worldwide Boycott Bcnied
NEW YORK i WNS Rawleigh Warner. Jr.. chairman >f
the board of Mobil Oil Co., denied a Time Magazine story that
the company is complying with an Arab-conducted worldwide
boycott of Israeli products. "Mobil observes only those boycotts
which are the expressed policy of the U.S. Government." he
wrote. "We do not comply with a worldwide boycott of Israeli
goods." Commenting that Arab countries "have the right to
prohibit entry of any product," he added, "when a company does
business In a particular country it must conform to the laws it
that country."
JWY Educational Campaign
WASHINGTON (WNS The Jewish War Veterans leader-
ship has announced it will conduct an "educational campaign"
against three Japanese firms which are cooperating with the
Arab boycott of Israel. The campaign is directed against th-*
purchase of Toyota and Datsun cars and patronage of Japan Air
Line.-.


Page 2-A
*Jewist Her Mian
Friday, February 26. 1971
ZOA'. Pre8iae, T Speak j{*OgW-
At Israel Bonds Breakfast Academy's Fathers
Herman L. Weisman, president
..l Uw Zionist Oi -.mi/iiiion of
.merica, will be featured speaker
HERMAN I. WilSMAU
ZOA B ;-
mris at Friday. M ircl
Hotel.
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partici-
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... Ho-
. vi iii Pn nl Zalman Shazarl
[smel ps< ol honor.
Mr. Wi isman is i veteran Zion-
.; ; leadei in Jewish
He w i the Oral national
,-,,. 0| io Zionist Youth
under and first
, the Br u Youth
I idi
i
the United Jewish Appeal, he is
also president of the Jewish Na-
tional Fund, chairman of its World
Council, and a member of the
Zionist Actions Committee of the
World Zionist Organization.
In the field of civil rights. Mr.
Weisman served as national chair-
man ot the Commission on Law
and Social Action of the American
Jewish Congress Ul the period when
the Warren Court established new
landmarks for equality and free-
dom.
Over the years, he has held ap-
pointive positions under both Re-
publican and Democratic adminis-
trations and has several times been
named assistant attorney general
by the Governor of New York for
special investigations.
Mr. Weis n in, th i mem-
ber ol the prominent Ne York
lau fimi \ nen, Weisman &
. is in honor graduate ol
I'd Law S hool nd the authoi
book led "The Fut
inner rVl:tj Is si
Mey< r 1 '
in ol the Z< >A-
let.
The establishment of a new
"Abba" Organization by father-
of students at the Hebrew Acad-
emy of Greater Miami was an
nounced this week by Joseph Wein
berg, who was elected chairman
pro tem.
The purpose of the group, which
derives its name from the Hebrew
word "abba," meaning father, will
lx' to initiate and support a broad
range ol activities benefiting He-
brew Academy students and to
carry out an extensive program
of cultural and sports events as
well as to endow new facilities at
the Academy campus in Miami
Beach.
Other temporary officers serv-
ing in the Abba Organization in-
clude Dr. Sidney Eigner, treas-
urer; and Sol Poper, activities
man.
A kickoff dinner will be
within th nest few weeks I

ind to is man> n
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of II. bre Ac idemy stu
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Tre-Campaign' Israel
Bond Effort Launched
In a national telephone hook-up.
Prime Minister Golda Meir this
week initiated a ten-day pre-in-
augura] campaign for Israel Bonds
preeedinc the Saturday evening,
March 6, openiiiR of the 1971 drive
in Miami Beach.
The worldwide campaign for the
sale of MOO million in Israel Bonds
this year Will be inaugurated hy
President Zalman Shazar of Is-
rael. He will be a special guest of
honor at the three-day Internation-
al Inaugural Israel Bond Confer-
once, which begins Thursday,
March 4. at the Fontaineble.iu
Hotel.
The telephone hook-up. which
linked 34 cities in the United
States and Canada in simultane-
ous meetings attended by some
3,000 local Israel Bond leaders and
volunteers, originated in Miami
but featured Mrs. Meir and Fi-
nance Minister Pinchas Sapir.
speaking from Jerusalem. Sam
Etothberg, general chairman, and
Lee Bernstein, executive vice pres-
ident of the Israel Bond Organi-
zation, made strong pleas for a
successful launching of the Israel
Bond campaign in 1971.
Mrs. Meir cited the forthcoming
Israel Bond conference as an Im-
portant occasion for inaugurating
the ?100 million campaign, which
she said will require the maximum
response of world Jewry.
The Prime Minister told the Is-
rael Bond leaders thai President
Shazar's participation in the Mi-
ami conference i>oints up the great
Significance which Israel places on
Israel Bonds as a major source of
investment capital.
Calling for the fullest measun
of Jewish involvement in the 1971
drive, Mrs. Meir said: "You men
and women are the s< urc >'. our
strength and determination. We
arc with you and you are with us
thi Wi '< lo-
ner in the i- i, In Ihe jo>
ill, in Hi
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we I i each other in the
there is fit
' Wi welcoming new
i rj (I ly from all part
the woi Id, -1, declared, "inclu I
ing Jews from places where thej
Hialeah-Miumi Springs
Post Elects Officers
At the recent monthly meeting
of Hialeah-Miami Springs Jewish
War Veterans Post f>81. held at
Temple Tifereth Jacob, the follow-
ing officers were elected for 1971-
1972: Stanley Bine, Commander:
Arnold Moskowitz, senior vice
commander; Jerome Goltzman.
junior vice commander: and Mrs
Sylvia Diamond, Trustee (3 yean).
A joint installation of officers of
Post 681 and the Ladies Auxiliary
of the Post will bo held at 8 p.m.
Saturday. March 27, at Temple
Tifereth Jacob.
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arc forced to put up a struggle
for this basic right. We stand in
awe of their heroism and their de-
termination," the Prime Minister
said. "They are winning their
struggle with a lot of misery,
with a lot of pain, and a lot of
Suffering. Yet they do not bend,
they are not scared and they keep
coming to Israel."
Finance Minister Sapir reported
that at the present time Israel is
spending close to So million a day
for defense, or a total of SI.7 bil-
lion for ihe year and about five
times what Israel spent in 19('>7.
the year of the Six-Day War. This
amounts to 85'.' of Israel's total
tax revenue, he said, leaving only
a very small portion for economic
development.
The citizens of Israel are the
most heavily taxed people in the
world, he pointed out; an Israeli
pays 82'; in taxes and compulsory
loans on everything he earns above
S900 a month.
In order to proceed with a De-
velopment Budget of more than
So4t> million. Israel must receiv
S-100 million from [srael Bonds
this year, the Finance Minister
added, and only by moving forward
with development projects em Is-
rael hope to maintain the strength
of it-, economy.
Dr. Biran Farband
Luncheon Speaker
Dr. Abraham Biran, director of
the Department of Archaeology
and Antiquities of the Israel Gov-
ernment's Ministry of Education
and Culture and former Consul
General of Israel for the western
region of the United States, will
speak at the sixth annual Greater
Miami Conference Luncheon and
Concert of the Farband Labor
Zionist Movement Sunday noon at
the Algiers Hotel.
The affair is !>eing held on bo-
half of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation's 1971 Combined Jew-
ish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund i
campaign, Joseph P. Zuckcrman,
chairman ol Farband Labor Zion-1
1st CJA-IEF Committee, announc- j
ed. Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spiritual
leader of Temple F.manu-Kl. and
Arthur S. Roslchan, executive vice
president of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, will be among
the guest speakers at the event,
which will also feature a musical
program.
Wolf son To Speak
Louis E. Wolfson will speak on
"Penal Reform and Double Stand-
ards in America" at the regular
monthly breakfast of the Broth r-
hood of Temple Beth Sholom II II
Chase Avenue, Miami Beach, it
10:23 a.m., Sunday according to
an announcement by Martin .1
Steiner. president and Aaron Fair,
program chairman.
Tree University' Classes
Set At U-M's Hillel House
The B'nai B'rith Hillel Founda-
tion at the University of Miami is !
sponsoring a "Free University" at
Hillel House on the college campus. |
The approximately .'1.000 Jewish
students enrolled at the university '
have received an announcement
listing course opportunities, ac-
cording to Rabbi Stanley Ringler,
Hillel director.
Rabbi Ringler and the Jewish
Community Board of the Hillel
Foundation have expressed enthu-
siasm regarding the "Free Uni-
versity" project. The Jewish Com-
munity Board, formed in Septem-
bei 1970, is composed of represen-
tatives ol the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation, the B'nai B'rith
community, Rabbinical Association
of Greatei Miami, the University
of Miami faculty, the University
of Miami student body and the
general community. David S. Ken-
In is chairman: Jerry Sussman and
Norman Kasscr, Nice chairmen and
Allied Golden, secretary.
"The Free- University," Rabbi
Ringler explained, "is intended to
provide students with an oppor-
tunity to explore areas of tradi-
tional 111 { contemporary thought
not normally available to them.
All offerings will be presented at
the highest academic level and in
the fi-c cst possible sett ing.
"Our hope is that through t
Free University students will be
assisted in their effort to becom
more fully informed of the optio
for self-awareness. Our intent i<
is to facilitate a more intense proe-
ess nt self-education and to stimu- .
late enlightened criticism of ol
milieu, identity and social getting
he declared.
The courses being offered al th
University of Miami's "Free Uni-
versity" include Doing The Faith.
Chassidic Philosophy, Agnosticism
And The New Morality. Sex Eth-
ics And Practice With Referent
To Jewish Value-. Socialist Zio
ism And The Radical Jewish Com-
munity. Religion, Revolution An/*
The Future. Black Power Awl
Black Theology, Jewish Thool<>
After Auschwitz, Pierre Teilhard
de Chardin, Freedom And Th
Rights Of Women In Contempor
ary Society, Arab and Jewish N
lionalisms, Martin Buber Th
Life of Dinlogue. Jewish Liter
lure.Rites And Practices Of Chris-
tendom, Confrontation Of Bla
And Jew, Jewish Social Ethics
The American Jew, and Custor
And Ceremonies in Judaism.
Hillel, at the University of M
ami. is a beneficial*) agency of th
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion's Combined Jewish Appeal-
Isr ii I Emergencj Fund camp .
MORTGAGE MONEY
like so inany other commodities
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Conference Has Dual Purpose
Greater Miami Jewry is proud to welcome the Inter-
national Inaugural Conference for Israel Bonds which
opens next week in a climate not only of natural warmth
for which this area is famous, but in an atmosphere of
community fervor for the cause which this Conference
represents.
The Conference comes at a time when the unprece-
dented demands for defence threaten to jeopardize Israel's
future economic growth. It comes at a time when any set-
back to the country's economy could endanger Israel's
hopes for a just peace and continued development.
While the purpose of the Conference is to find the
means of providing the unprecedented S400 million in
Israel Bonds which are needed to fulfill the monumental
task of keeping the Jewish State alive, it will also be the
occasion for honoring Dr. Joseph Schwartz who retired
last year after serving for 15 years as head of the Israel
Bond Organization. To highlight this tribute to a man who
for 40 years devoted his life to the service of the Jewish
people, President Zalman Shazar of Israel will be here to
join in the Conference.
The salute to Dr. Schwartz will mark a memorable
chapter in modern Jewish history, for his achievements in
the rescue of European Jewry during and after World War
II and his leadership in behalf of Israel through the United
Jewish Appeal and Israel Bonds deserve recognition that
world Jewry will accord him at the opening dinner on
Thursday, March 4.
More Than Money Is Involved
Headlines in the local dailies have given the impres-
sion that a dispute of major proportions is dividing the
Greater Miami Jewish community over the differences in
interpretation of fund-raising policies between the Federa-
tion and the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith.
While the difference is real and is not to be dismissed
lightly, it should not be forgotten that these differences have
existed for years with all the defense agencies. Committee,
Congress and ADL have been stalking in and out of co-
operative programs for half a century and there are many
around who remember the Maclver Report of 1951 and the
indignation with which these agencies greeted the idea of
joint planning, a division of the field of activities and other
coordinating procedures, as well as more recent flare-ups.
This is hardly the time for stirring a tempest within the
Jewish community. There is more to the dispute than
money, in our opinion, and if that be the case there can be
a good deal more flexibility than either side has shown to
date, in the newspapers or out.
Methods, Not Motive, Questioned
Unanimity of opinion on issues within the Jewish com-
munity can not be expected nor is it particularly desirable
except to those who cannot stand criticism. But unity of
action should be expected, if not required, when the fate of
Jews is involved such as in the Soviet Union.
Diverse organizations are working together for this
cause under the aegis of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration and it comes as a surprise and shock that indiviuals
have embarked on their own programs. Fund-raising is a
good Jewish practice but one must question any attempt to
collect money for Soviet Jews when our own Combined
Jewish Appeal has not indicated any special need or that
it cannot handle those needs with its present resources.
Our community may zest assured that if extaa funds
aie required to help the Jews in the Soviet Union or
Iraq, or wherever the need arises that appeal will come
through our Federation. Any other methods must be
viewed with a questioning eye. even if the motive is a
good one.
MATTER OF FACT
by JOSEPH ALSOP
WASHINGTON Victory
his u hundred fathers. Defeat
is a nameless brat. These an-
cient, very simple rules of po-
litical life are being prove : on
all sides, because the South
Vietnamese effort across the
Laos border so far h is gone
well. So far, in fact, it prom-
is remarkable result -
All the more reason, then, to
underline the fact that this can
only be described as the Presi-
dent's person il enterprise, at
least ~ | r as Washington is
mi d. G n. Creighton W.
Abrams had of course wished to
cut the enemy's lifeline in Laos,
like Gen. William Westm Ireland
re him And our Amhass
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Comment
A constantly recurring prob-
lem I have never solved satis-
factorly is how to file the scraps
of paper, the articles and other
intelligence I compulsively gath-
er hopefully for future refer-
ence.
A recent release from the
American Jewish Committee
states: "A complete reassessment
of the current problems and
probable future of Jews and
Judaism in the United States and
around the world is now in proc-
ess under the auspices of (AJC)
. This major study, intended
for the use of the entire Jewish
community, enlists the active
participation of more than 100
well-known historians, sociolo-
gists, lawyers and other aca-
demicians, professionals and lay-
men."
THE MISSION of the three
task forces organized will be to
assess Jewish society and to
come up with a set of policy,
program and methodological rec-
ommendations which should as-
sist the American Jewish Com-
mittee, and the Jewish eommun-
nity in general, in charting
courses of action in the decade
of the 70's.
Now hear this: 'The Greater
Miami Jewish Federation,"
states another release, "has
hcen selected as one of 35 ma-
jor American communities to
take Dart in a Tnsk Force study
on Jewish Identity, it was an-
nounced by Max Fisher. Presi-
dent of the Council of Jewish
Federations & Welfare Funds in
New York.
THE PI-RPOSE of this stUdv
is to help in establishing a c'i-
mate in North America of much
greater action, concentrating on
the stimulation and support of
innovative expert m< nts, demon-
strations and models to chart
new programs The aim is
ti) provide the lirst comprehen-
sive total approach to building
greater Jewish identity."
The CJFW Task Force on
Jewish Identity will emhaik on
an "exploration" of the role of
Jewish organizations and insti-
tutions, while the AJC Task
Force on the Future of the
Jewish Community will "exam-
ine" the effectiveness of those
institutions. Wallowing through
the releases adds up to one
monumental ETC.
AND THAT isn't all. The
Jerusalem Post (unbelievable,
but I read them all) report! of
a full-dress Knesset debate on
the need for the Education Min-
istry and the World Zionist Or-
ganlzation to work together, to
Intensify and expand Jewish ed-
ucation in the Diaspora;" "that's
us).
Mr. Korn, of the Alignment
In the midst of the cea
fire crisis and a'l informed
his colleagues that -70'; of the
Jewish youth in the Diaspora
get no Jewish education at all,
while most of the remaining
10r; gel no more than two or
three hours weekly. This, COUp'ed
with the catastrophic short i .
of Jewish teachers leaves youth
without the backbone to with-
stand the influences of n on-
Jewish CUftutes." The result is
a e'e.ir thr-vit to Jewish sur-
vival in the Diaspora, he belh v< u.
AND LISTEN TO this: Is-
rael as the Jewish *tat* m'-t
bear total responsibility for the
image of the Diaspora it is
b'"h time that th- Ministry of
Education and WZO rot to-
dor in Saigon. Ellsworth Bunk-
er, had always strongly con-
curred.
the OBIGINS of the very
big decision about Laos. ,t least
here in Washington, must !>e
traced back as far as lasl No-
vember. By then, the pay-off of
the greal president!
In Cambodi i was beginning to
he very bi ad. I he Pr< si-
dent the sort of poker player
who b icks a v innii streak
therefore bi gan to think I
: strok to put '
further nft b dance
>ne alth lugh ne
it '. that the I
of Nix in'- tl
It-
ha\ been wel in
10 G v nd A
The news was
a too, by Pr si l< nt
Vietn m i n-
tafl
i\ h UOON, thi Ami
I '.' tnamese st
- during 'i
"i. n I on i p
on the thro t of thi eni
l.. : trail lifel ne, w ith the Khe
Plateau as the :
Thi refore the plant
i e id). and the p isition in Sai-
gon was firm and united, when
the president sent Secretary of
Defense Mclvin Laird to South
Vietnam to talk over nex( steps
in January
The plans made in Saigon were
naturally the substai ie ol s. c-
11 irv I. lird's subsequent n
to the President. Yet much re-
ned to be d me. Most of the
So ith Viet n imese str iti gic n -
(Continued on Page 15-A)
by EDWARD COHEN
gether to mount a thorough-
going campaign aimed at wider
objectives." Mr. Korn suggested,
among other things, that "Jew-
ish communities of the Dias-
pora spend less on welfare
schemes, like hospitals, locally,
and much more on education."
I plan to explore these fas-
cinating stories in great' r
depths but. obviously, they are
all of a piece and the question
haunting me is where do I file
them until I am ready to ex-
amine, explore, study and con-
centrate (I quote here* on the
horrible fate confronting Amer-
ican Jewry whll* the Knesset.
AJC and CJFW Task For,. t
mobilize and then strike to save
our Jewish souls.
THIS IS A plea for help
and what Jew in the Diaspora
doesn't need it? I thought of
filing under "I"- for "Uh-huh."
or maybe "P" for my favorite
expletive "Pshaw!" iThis is not
a substitute for something un-
printable: my OE Dictionary
explains that this is an exclama-
tion of impatience or disgust I
One might think subtly in terms
of "E" for "Employment Oppor-
tunities," or "N" for "Not An-
other'" but there doesn't seem
to be any room left in th tse
folders Does anyone out there
have a suggestion?
!' s note that I already
haw thought of the final lu-
'tion for releases about m ire
Jewish community but that's a
Cop-out, It will take more than
: tvate-r-askel attitude t& em!
th;s duplication of effort and
money, not to say drearv reneti-
f studies th gather du-t
iii files and on shelves.


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Friday, February 26. 1971
JM.S
Max Lerner
Sees It
NEW YORK The census h;is come to our aid. to slied
light on what dozens of scholarly studios have thus far boon un-
a tie to resolve the sources of the generational sap. An Im-
pressive array of scholars has hailed the census figures as the
solution of the puzzle: Thai all the snarling violence and aliena-
tion of the '60s the seizure of buildings, the drug jag of the
young, the hatred of the Establishment, the bedeviling of parents.
the uproar in the courtrooms, the dynamiting of laboratories
is due to the fact thai the younger generation has much more
e lucation than the older one.
Much as it would comfort me. I fear it's too pal and easy to
li true, and H fits too comfortablj into the basic American myth
that education explains all, resolves all and excuses .ill.

IN Tilt: LAST HALF ol the 19 e- (the census figures sayi
tl,o in!:- i illege students in the Unitei SI from
l million t" 7 l n llion an increase of ov< i 60rr. In the list
thirty yi rs 1940, thi percentage young adults with a
high sch had doubled from 38') i 75' Those who
havi have risen from 13' I > 31'
., -v ho ha\ e coll im 6'
: Thi s< ;ures, not bee nisi Ihej i iston-
i- iii ilj because Mi y are whal Ihey are.
When Kei ist iiieried bj Jack Rosenthal of the
Ni rimes s that the figu : TV. with I easl a
h _: I lion i sol il lei ted in world
h si i u I is he is also when he s tys thai "we
lo thi kind il existed be-
fi re Bui when h ..ids thai "an enormous amount ol the gen-
itioi Itributable to education," he begins to
-
THEODORE SEWCOMB loses m< il -
i [hi in sayii I lo college makes a diff ii lib-
, a true I luc it i m
i<< he gap > the nor eve]
struggle is nol so
e> il tin .i away. 1"

that th
i .- I thai tl I struggle is
: gee i 'ii
: j be
.- i tional
i- I generation
gap I But question is no1 is like, and
how t v t the t
.:
THE REALITI i> ngemenl from irents among
t e son.- and daughters ol the rich and -educated, as well
a- among those ol trie blue-collar, white-co ir and non-college
ucated. Il there w an education ?ap, how would we
account for the Hippies and Yippies who,,, parents work on
Madison Avenue laid live on Park Avenue o in the rich suburbs,
oi for the violence-minded college young wh ise parents are not
h.irdhats but affluent liberals and even radicals?
1 agree that there are "potentials for social conflict" i as
Jerries ft. Wilson puts it' between the college elite and the not-
so-silent non-college majority. Nearly two-thirds of the presenl
7.5 million college students have fathers who didn't go to college
B it not counting the blacks, who form a special case, my own
< iservatlons on campuses across the c.....try are that while
overwhelmingly these students are more ated" than their
p rents (on politics, sex. religion) they are not overwhelmingly
e ther the violent ones nor the members ol the drug and com-
mune counterculture.
':
NO. THE PROBLEM of the generational struggle is still
i re. and we shall have to find more con s explanations for
it than the educational 'jap, real as that Is. Kenniston offers one
clue when he speaks of growing up with tence as against
l wing up on hard ground. Another clue .- whal lias happened
t the nuclear family, and still another thi problems of Identifi-
< tion and identity in the growing-up yea s ll rman T. Miller
of the Census Bureau says "it's entirely : -- ble thai some, if
n 1 much, of what we call the generation p is related to edu-
ition" in which l saj amen. Som<
The real revolution is that America is n r a mass so-
c !> but one on the way to becomin a societj of elites.
B ii even wh< n it does, and when the colleg i luc d sector has
grown from l*;' to ">(v; or 40'I, my hunch is thai the gen-
< ational struggle will i ike new forms, hui it will still be there.
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Milton Weiss, president of the i said, "and the conviction that many
Creator Miami Jewish Kederttion. j Jews are 'starving' Jowishly: thai
explained that the purpose of this many Jews are Starching for .lit -
study Is to help in establishing afferent 'life-styles; and the need
climate In North America of much, for -ideal models' to serve in shap-
The Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration has been selected as one
of 36 major American communi-
ties to take part in a Task Force
Study on Jewish Identity. Max
Fisher, president of the Council of
Jewish Federations & Welfare
Funds in New York has
announced.
The Council of Jewish Federa-
tions and Welfare Funds has for
many years been concerned with
the quality of Jewish life and the
strengthening of Jewish commun-
ities, Mr. Fisher noted. It was
essential to liuild a greater iden-
tity and commitment among North
American Jews toward Jewish life,
by enabling them to find greater
fulfillments in their lives as Jews
After examining s
proaches to these goals and
corns. Mr. Fisher said, the CJFWF
mend d thai a i
be e~t iblish id. It woul i be c n-
cerned with the broad
fluences on Jew ish Idet I I
icross a number of fields 1
put into tot tl pet sp cl vc hal i-
now led.
The Task Face On Jewish I
tity, h will concenlrat
poss I'i im livi proj-
< rim nis and I nitra-
tions, both on the local and na-
tional levi i. Il will unite thi
irop sals and pi ojeci -
from individuals, from oi
lions ind si itutions, in I w ill h
open to the range of Jewish ideol-
' Old approaches.
greater action, concentrating par-
ticularly on the stimulation and
support of innovative experiments,
demonstrations and models to chart
new paths and programs tested by
scientific research and evaluations
"The aim." he commented "is to
provide the first comprehensive
ins their lives.
"Jewish youth particularly are
calling for B more exciting Juda-
ism, the creation of a community
environment congenial to identifi-
cation with a pluralism of choices
in life-styles," he declared, "and
,,,,, ,ne ins, cov.pieuens,, ^ () ^ ^^
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=
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Teachers' Benefit Program
__}
Community's First Priority
"Establishment of a fringe ben-
efit program for licensed Hebr *
teachers or administrators in
Mr. Wiener credited Rabbi Shi-
mon Azulay. chairman of the Sub-
committee on Fringe Benefits, for
his efforts in helping brin program to reality, and indicated
that the Planning Committee on
Jewish Education has other sub-
committees working in the area of
strengthening and expanding the
Jeui.sh educational system in
Greater Miami. The Subcommittee
on tli.' Bureau of Jewish Education,
under the chairmanship of Mrs.
Seymour Liebman, is working on
means t,- improve the delivers sys
tern for Jewisn education through
the Bure-iu. The establishment of
a year-round Federation educa-
I tioiial camp is being Investigated
I by a subcommittee headed by
Rabbi Morris A. Kipper and Mrs.
I Robert Shapiro.
Other areas of Federation in-
I terest in the subject of Jewish ed-
! ucation concern innovative educa-
I tion materials and a proposal for
1 teenage study pilgrimages to Is-
! rael. "The reason for Jewish educa-
tion." Mr. Wiener emphasized, "is
I that without it there would be
no Jews and therefore no need
for a Jewish Home for the Aged
a Jewish Family and Children's
Service, or for a Federation itself."
Russian Government's
Protest Rejected
ADL Leaders Assemble For
Its Annual Board Meeting
Con't from PiMS* 1*A
of the gathering was to coor-
dinate efforts on behalf of Rus-
sian Jewry, over three milll n
people suffering discrimination
and disability."
The conf.rm,:' spokesman
denied that an imitation to at-
tend had been sent to Rabbi
Meir Kahane, head of the Jew-
ish Defense League in the United
States. He said Kahane was not
expected here and observed that
his preseno would be irrelevant
because his organization is out-
side the mainstream <>f Ameri-
can Jewry and is not recognized
by official Jewish bodies in any
No membi rs of the :: .--
sian delegation headed by Dra-
gunsky had been invited to the
conference or would be per-
mitted to attend any of its ses-
sions, even if a requesl was
made, be claimed. The Dragun-
sky group "by no stretch of the
*> .....ntion" e ml l be consid-
ered representative of Soviet
Jewry and that to have any of
them at the conference would
be a "grave insult" to Soviet
Jews, hi' said.
Temple Zion Presents
Lecture By Dr. Blum
Temple Zion will present a lec-
ture by Dr. Sandor Blum on "The
Decaying Ethical Code" at 8 p.m.
Monday as part of its Spring Adult
Educati n Series. Dr. Blum is eon-
nected with the Human Relations
Center at Mount Sinai Hospital
Following the lecture, Rabbi
Norman Sh i| will c mduet a
discussion of Jewish life and th*
!. ,u he .,s and s| i. Itual values cf
Judaism, and Can.or Richard
Browdy will presenl a smdy on
Tlii Bible I< Cur Boo
Larry King will be the |
shaker at thi monthly meeting of
tin tempi) 'a "Mr. and .'-'.rs. Club"
Sunday at S p.m. in the icial ha.I.
I
More than 250 leaders of the
Anti-Defamation League of B"nai
B'rith will assemble in Miami this
Greater Miami is vir-.vort as one of
the community's first priorities in
the field of Jewish education." says
A. B. Wiener, Chairman of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion's Planning Committee on
Jewish Education. His remarks
were contained in a report which
was accepted, in principle and in
fact, by the Federation's B ard of
Directors.
The Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration, the first community in
the South to initiate teartier fringe
benefits, will bear one-third of
the cost of the program; the other
two-thirds will be borne by the
teacher and the synagogue or
school where the teacher il em-
ployed.
Mr. Wiener reported that last
year the Federation Board, in an
tffort to upgrade Jewish educa-
tion, voted for the establishment
Of a fully accredited College of
Jewish Studies to train teachers,
principals ar.d administrators.
"At present." Mr. Wiener noted. |
"there are only 25 permanently I
licensed full-time Hebrew teach-j
r> or administrators in Greater
Miami. The figures indicate that ^
there is a definite teacher short-
ape." he commented, "and the
fringe benefit is a mi>an of up-
i ...ding Jewish education from an-1
teachers in Miami to become
I censed and remain in the
Jewish education systi m, a> well
BS an incentive for teachers from
New York. Las Angeles and Chi-
cago to move to Miami."
weekend foi me annual meeting
of ADL's F.egio-ial Board. William
M. Alpor, chairman of the board,
has an lounc.-d.
Participants from Tampa. Jack-1
sonville. Orlando, Palm Beach and
St. Petersburg will join with the
board members from Miami in dis-
cussions of topics including the
Middle East. Jewish youth, dis-
crimination, extremism and prob-
lems of intergroup relations in
urban areas.
Anti-Defamation League's Board
mniing is held annually in con-
junction with the Leonard L. Abess
Human Relations Award Lunch-
eon. This year's award will be
presented to Dr. M. Robert Allen.
Dean of the Division of Conti:;..inp
Education at tne University ol
Miami, for his work in the fields
of education and intergroup rela-
tions "which have furthered the
goals of better human relations
and have contributed substantially
to the well-being of the citizens ol
Florida."
The Abess Award carries with it
a SI.000 grant for research in the
field of human relations, contrib-
uti d by Miami philanthropist Leon-
ard L. Abess. in honor of the a war;1
recipient, and has been presented
annually since 1955.
Past recipients include the Rev.
Cannon Theodore R. Gibson. May-
or Carl T. I*angford of Orlando.
The Miami News. M. Athalie
Range, Sen. Harry P. Cain, former
Governor I-eRoy Collins, the late
Miami News Editor. William C.
Baggs. Dr. Henry King Stanford
and Dr. Franklin Williams of the
University of Miami, the late Abe
Aronovitz. former President of the
American Bar Association Cody
Fowler, the late Miami Mayor
Robert King High. Congressman
Claude Pepper, The St. Petersburg
Times, Joseph L. Brechner of Or-
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Friday. February 26. 1971
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State Of Israel Bonds Inaugural Conference
elewish Floridian
Miami. Florida
Friday, February 26. 197
Israel Bonds For Peace
And Progress In 1971
Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, left, chats with Israel President Zal-
man Shazar during one of their many meetings. Dr.
Schwartz, former vice president of the Israel Bonds Organi-
zation, will be honored at the March 6 dinner to be addressed
by President Shazar at the Fontainebleau Hotel, climaxing
the 1971 inaugural conference.
ft G
Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz
To Be Honored March 6
Tho 1971 International Inaugural Conference ol Israel Bonds,
which will bo held in Miami Beach during the 4-days beginning next
Thursday (March 41 will mark tho first visit to this area ol President
Zalman Sha/ar of tho Stato of Israel.
Ho is coming to Florida to launch an unpriced, nted 1971 cam-
paign for tho sale of $400 million in Israel Bonds. Goal is to reinforce
tho economy of Israel at a crucial turning point in tho country's strug-
gle to achieve a just and lasting peace, according to Sam Rothberg,
chairman of the conference and general chairman of the Israel Bond
Organization.
An Inaugural Dinner, climaxing the various sessions of the con-
ference, wijl be held on Saturday evening. March 6. at the Kontainc-
bleau Hotel. Admission to the dinner at which President Shazar will
will be the principal speaker, will be based upon a minimum purchase
of $2,000 in Israel Bonds per roupfe for 1971, in addition to tho es-
tablished price for the dinner itself.
More than 2.000 Jewish leaders from the United States and Canada
ill participate in the conference and will pay tribute to Dr. Joseph J.
Schwartz, in recognition of 40 years of historic service to the Jewish
, eoptc.
Dr. Schwartz has achieved worldwide renown for his work in the
rescue and migration of hundreds of thousands of Jews overseas be-
fore, during and after World War II, He also was chief executive
( fficer of the I'JA and Israel Bonds national organization, which have
en vital factors in the settlement and development of Israel.
The opening session of the conierei.ee March 4, spotlights wo-
men's division ot Israel Bonds, it will initiate its campaign activities
lit a luncheon featuring a new all-Israel Fashion Show Mrs. Jan
Peerce, chairman of the national women's division, will preside, and
i x guest speaker will he Mis. Yosel Tckoah, wife of the Israel Ani-
: issador to the United Nations.
Mr. Kothberg emphasized thai new standards would have to be
established to reach the record goal of S400 million for this year.
Noting that tho 1970 campaign produced an impressive sale of S211
million, he asserted that strenuous efforts will have to be made to
le the results of last year.
The Inaugural conference will also mark the beginning of the
distribution ot the now Fifth Development Bond issue for $750 'inl-
and the new Third Development Inwstiw nl Issui I >r $250 million
which will be offered only to banks, pension funds and community
i u i ations and institutions.
By SAM KOTIlBKIUi
(.i-iii I al ( ll.in-Mian.
Israel Bond Organisation
The launching of the campaign
for tho sale of $100 million in Is-
rael Bonds in 1971 will usher in a
new era of economic development
and advanei ment for Israel. It
will create a new measure of sup-
port for Israel at a time when
economic strength has become a
vital woa|>on in the struggle for
survival and peace.
The response ol world Jewry to
the Israel Bond campaign in the
e ming months may well deter-
mine the ultimate outcome of Is-
rael's search for peace, freedom
and progress.
The S400 million which the
ro\ eminent of Israel has asked
us to provide through Israel j
Rom's is part of a total tune! of |
< $1 hillion it needs this year to j
provide lor humanitarian and j
welfare needs of new Immigrants
as well as lor the economic up-
building Ol the country.
i
In addition to the $400 million
expected from Israel Bonds, anoth-
er $400 million is to be raised by
the United Jewish Appeal in the
United States and $200 million is
"1 country's economy while sim il
; taneously sustaining its defensi
requirements with its own
resourc< s.
The longer it takes to obtain
the necessary capital to bring
the economy back to its fullest
Strength! the longer it will take
to absorb the growing number
of Immigrants, the longer it will
take to set up the industrial ex-
pansion that is needed to pro-
mote ex-ports and reduce the
trade deficit.
The Israel Bond Organization
started the decade with an im-
pressive breakthrough which
should set the standard for future
campaigns. It produced a record
of more than $210 million in Israel
Bond sales last year.
SAM ROTHBERG
General Chairman
to come from similar agencies in
other parts of tho world.
Never before has world Jewry
been asked to provide so much
money in so short a period of
time to alleviate the economic
plight of Israel. Never before has
Israel needed investment capital
on such a large scale to strengthen
and expand every facet of tho
Only once before- in the year of
the Six-Day War of 1967 was the
$200 million figure exceeded. It.
that year, the worldwide sale ol
Israel Bonds amounted to $217 '
million.
How was the money used?
What impart did it make on the
progress of the countryon the
urban and rural areas? What
provisions did it make for ab-
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Safeguarding The Promise Of A Nation's Future
"Over these twenty y< ars since the Israel Bond Drive began,
1 have seen your efforts at first-hand and worked shoulder-to-
shoulder with many ol you. You have a stake in every drop of
water we pour into the Negev, in every mile of road built, in
every kilowatt ol power, in every field and in every factory.
As we renew our partnership into tho coming generation,
ii i us always beai in mind the promisi of Israel's future, one of
. :v\.\ harmony in the area, of ingathering of those of our
brothers who send us heart-rending pleas for aliyah; of building
a great constructive society, which we hope may serve as a
model and inspiration for Ji ws everywhere and for small nations
seeking development and pi act
With joint and devoted labor, we can achieve these aims
together."
GOLDA MEIR
Prime Minis ti r
.
Scholar, Editor, Poet, Zalman Shazar, President Of Israel
.: Israel is the light that .
the lestiny ol 'he Jewish pi :> <
t man who now occ ipies the
offi of President of the Si
i usl bt described as one ol the
i rs ol th it light.
Throughout his
I guishl d ear- it in the /.
movemi nl Zaun
i-.i I for a J
i nd the ingattv i ie w ish
(xiles in the Diaspora.
In his quest for Jewish unitv and
sovereignty, he has Jaurneyed
along many roads leading to the
establishment of Israel, stopping
enly to Impart knowledge and un-
derstanding of the Jewish goal
through his writings, orations and
lets ol humanity. His vi->it to
Inaugurate the 1971 Israel Bond
campaign stems from his personal
commitment t<> building s sound
Israel able to stand on its own two
economically stable feet.
Zaln
sideni il Israi I Maj 21, I
late Itzhak I
Zvi, ivhi id be a end
Hi- ele
ed a .f the tradit n
,,f si ectii men ol exc
statesmen, pioneers who had foun-
ded nd built the country, a tradi-
tion which began v ith th el( I n
p. ,-, | | u ./)-. inn as Is-
tirsi president In 1948.
Always reluctant to speak of his
ZALMANSHAZAR
own achievements Mr. Shazar Is
levered by his C0U1
his e impassion, integ tj I ef-
fectiveness. Bui il has been
shi] tellecl than
anv other I i- in m x
personality, which h ft an
indelible m irk on 1
of his c luntry.
i;.- is a : Is
** pathfin nation-1 uil ler, si h
diplomat, no, t. ;ovi rnmenl of-
ficial, biographer, newspaper edi-
tor, labor leader, essayist and
spokesman for the people of Israel.
He is the author of Israel's Dec-
laration of Independence. As Is-
rael's first Minister of Education
and Culture, he introduced the
system of free universal compul-
s u-.v education in his country.
President Shazar was a mem-
ber of the First, second and third
Knessets (Parliaments), and help
ed dralt basic laws which have l
come the guidelines for Israel -
political, economic, cultural and
scientific growth, lie also served
is a member ot tile Israel delega-
tion t the United Nations Gen-
eral Assembly.
He played a major role in thi
struggle for Jewish statehood dur-
ing the British Mandate. As
member of Va'ad Leumi, the Na-
tional Council of Palestine Jews
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Friday, February 28. 1971
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Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz
Hero Of Jewish Rebirth
Those who make history are
often too busy to write it and
sometimes, even loo modest to
talk about it. A Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz.
He helped to save the lives of
hundreds of thousands of Jews
from the Nazi death machine. As
the field marshal direct cue
operations in a Europe torn h> war I
and mass carnage, he became a
near legendary Figure. In aim et
every corner of the globe thi
Jews who revere him as their
d< 11*.-- rer From w anl and homeles-
sness. But you can'1 el him to
talk al oul his work in the
dramatic and tragic chapl v in
twentii ill c. til i. Jewish hi
day* of sorrow to recognize the
extent of the triumph of Dr.
Schwartz and to understand why
(fie honor to he paid to him at
Ihe 1971 International Inaugur-
al Israel Bond Conference in
Miami Beach next Saturday
night represent-* : world tribute.
!" Schwarte was born In Rus-
ln 1899, and with his family
Schwartz was called to testify be-
; fore the Anglo-American Commit-
I tee of Inquiry on Palestine, where
j he urged the establishment in the
Holy Land of a permanent haven
I for homeless and displaced Jews.
After the war, Dr. Schwartz, as
I the overseas chief of the JDC,
' helped more than 100.000 Jewish
displaced persons emigrate to the
United States, Canada and Latin
America, He also directed the
movement to Israel of more than
500,000 Jews from distressed areas
in Europe, North Africa and the
Middle Kast.
To world -leu rj and to i
Dr. Schwartz i-> verj mu
hero. Hut he h* moi kely to
shrug his shoulders and divert
one's attention to the | eople who
needed his help. Rather than
discuss his deeds, he Insists on
recounting the storj <>f their
courage in the face .>i hitter suf-
fering and even certain death.
emigrated to the, United States
Ight years later. The son oi an
Orthodox rabbi ol a Baltimore
young Joseph at first
followi d in his fa her's tbotsti s.
He i -e.v .1 .i i iassieal Torah
tion at the Rabbi [ssac
Kicha i Semina N< w Yoi l<
i i i i versi ty),
s ved as ral I ; igi a- '
a-York ....." Haifa prior to the estabhsh-
.. i,i of the Male oi [srai I
receiviiig his the British finally relin-
: Sterlii .; ishcrl th ir Manda stiro
Sen tbreak of war bi twei n
there, 1 Vrab am
This was no easy assignment. It
.-.as made more difficult by th"
British naval blockade of the a-
i lira.
i
assi me a tea< isition at
3 L I 'it
Schwartz is i taciturn mm, ... ,
. i.l. he becami
sticated, urbane with a dry
sense of humor, who wears th<
mantle of leadership in an un-
bed and unostentatious fash-
ion. For a dozen years, when he
served a-s European director of the
overseas operations of the Joint
Distribution Committee, he was a
supreme commander of the forces
of life and hoiic for millions of
Jews.
Beginning in 1888, the year of
the ominous Crystal Night in
Germany which signalled the be-
ginning of a mass reign Of tenor
against the Jewish people. Dr.
Schwartz found himself running
a fiir-flung program of flight and
rescue to counter and cheat the
powers of destruction.
. i ation ol
J m tsh < !hai in', s il, rt. In
I he was r,,i! I e> ive di-
:toi of tin' r <.it i ation, rem
ing seven years before becoming
liiector general of the American
Jewish Joint Distribution Com-
mittee.
In the course of !-' years ovcr-
! seas, he conferred with the beads
j of virtually every country in
Europe, and with leading states-
men of the Middle East and North
; Airu a.
In 1945, following the war- i nd
i', Europe, Presid nl Harry S.
| Truman named Dr, Schwartz to
a survey tour of the then newly
established displ iced pi i
camps in the Ami rican Zones of
cupation. Their repot t was the
first comprehei ive presentation
1 iple describing
- DP's
A,.id caii S ite ol Israel.
N k-ei thi li ss. m the eight
- d< c-

.:. ws i md< d in 1st a< I.
For Is work on bi half of
Dr. Si hwartz w as aw ard-
i ; Honor ol I
and was decorated by Poland and
Hungary.
In 1950 Dr. Schwartz was one
of those called to Jerusalem by
Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion
to participate in the conference
which led to the establishment
ot an Israel Bond campaign in the
United States. Shortly thereafter,
when Henry Montor set up the Is-
rael Bond Organization, Dr.
Schwartz succeeded him as execu-
tive vice chairman of the United
Jewish Appeal
First from Paris, then, after the
outbreak of World War li. from
his neutral QHQ in Lisbon, he
fought i hearti .!
lives of condemned Jews A ws
there was the probl
aries thosi '!!,,(l >>>' "'"' ol'
ol legality and thosi DC collea
capacity. Whal could the esteem in
ve ground in w hi Id.
the rules and n
- state Departn : '' B Bhortlj i ft. i tl
other series of DP
pushed throt i;i a -',ir '; ""' word
through ui nous Schwartz ol
voluntei rs who risked 'he Schloch-
for the sake
.' i ir.-. al
To this day, D Schwartz wi camp, its population had
not say thai th ,;.. .,.,,_ women
legality were viola
rules were bent, but
admit that bureauci
be tolerated where Jewish life
was at stake. And he a
principle as much to i
on immigration to bra i to any
other- man-made barrii
to be overcome in the gigai tic job
ol rescue.
One has merely to recall those
from two ii. arbj
- the throng around
I. Il to address them, he
I to the upper level of a
barracks. Despite the fact thai
ild not !>< seen except by
those nearby, a spontaneous roar
ol affection greeted him which
could be heard by the residents of
Berlin."
Shortly after thus incident, Dr.
Five years later, on May 1!>,
1955, Dr. Schwartz assumed the
position of vice president and
chief executive officer of the
worldwide Israel Bond Organiza-
tion, which in his mind was a
logical extension of the work he
had been carrying on in the JDC
and the UJA.
In his frequent trips to Israel to
meet with Israel's prime ministers,
finance ministers and other
govei i ders, Dr, Schv. artz
ski d to Incn ase thi l< vel of
Bo I sales in America, I trope,
I and oilier nations
il thi I WOl Id.
I r. Sei'.w artz realized thai I
wete ii. i sary to bi
s dn ams pment
in almost all brai ch s ol the
.' uioiii;..
The extent of tl ccess he had
in this endeavor can be measured
1... the pace of sales in the past
d< cade and a halt and by the fact
that under his direction the cam-
aign provided more than one bil-
lion dollars in vitally needed de-
w lopment capital.
Dr. Schwartz has been cited by
many institutions and organiza-
Continued On Page 11-A
In the special United States uniform worn by civilians
credited to the Army of Occupation in Germany after World
War II, the familiar figure of Dr. Joseph Schwartz brought
the hope of a better future to nundreds of thousands in, DP
camps across Europe. At the time, he was director general
of the American Joint Distribution Committee.
Israel Bonds For Peace
And Progress In 1971
Continued From Poo,e 9-A
orbing the new biMirigrants?
Last year, Israel's expenditures
on various development projects
total, il $389.6 million. The $210
million in Israel Bonds were thus
the mainsta) of Israel's Develop-
ment Budgel accounting for some
.">I' of the total allocali ins.
Proof th it i.i plac s high
prioi ity a
ants is .
I. monstrati d ii
it I
: : ii :
:
s, public coi Irucl i in-
cluding schools, hospitals
'rum. nl > uildings, and public
works. Forty thousand new Im-
migrants entered Israel last year.
Israel Bonds supplied $10 mil-
lion used tor transport, including
new ki ai planes, extending
communications, road building.
harbors, telecommunications and
postal services.
Expansion of Industry utllizi I
$42 million of last year's Develop-
ment Budget, $22.3 million cams
from Israi l Bonds Included
this category wen grants b I
leans for new ial plants
and equiprro tit, quan ies, nil
ii d ei,i mical resoui oea, and
.a. asing the electrii ; iv. i i
1). vi lopment of a
ling ') w set tien nl project
v. ati i de\. lopmcnl and consti
itlon pr It i
li
...
I
with 1- i .1
iter than ever, brat J
ent Bud (S 17 n -
this year will lean mora
\ llj than ever on Israel Bonds,
I lion Israi I Bon I |
:: ime
ol this j i
e development needs. By
asuring up to this decisive re-
s ibility, the Israel Bond cam-
: ol 1971 can have a vital int-
i oi only on Israel's economic
i lopment, but also on thi- pro-
ol its search for peace
National I i.ulVrs lload Israel IIoimI Effort For
SfTrv
lillion In 1971
IRA GUIlDf N
President
ABRAHAM FEIN8ER6
Chainaon, Board of Directors
LEO BERNSTEIN
Executive Vice-President
*r
IOUiS H. B0VAR
Chairman, Board of Governors
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Friday. February 26. 1971
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Finance Minister Sapir Calls For New Bond Issue
Editor's Note:
The 1971 Inaugural Conference
will mark the flotation of two
new isaues of Israel Bonds in the
combined amount of 91 billion.
This is the address which the
Finance Minister delivered to the
Knesset in Jerusalem to estab-
lish the new issues.
By IMM HAS APIB
Israel's Minister of Finance and
Commerce and Industry
In my opinion, there is historic
significance In the fact that I
submitted two bills to the Knesset
Nov. 'i pertaining to one of the
most glorious projects in the an-
nals of Israel's national revival
the State of Israel Bond drive to
which I Otl ICh much the same
historical \ ilu as I give to the
d.it- of November 2, 1917, when
the Baliour Declaration was Is-
sui i. know thai you w 111 agree
u ith me thai I i el Bonds
,,i the mos i ficant sourc
support for progress of our
co imj n the creat ol the
State.
been In vain. Out of the monies
invested we have already redeem-
ed the sum of S7.W) million, and
this in spite of the severe diffi-
culties we often faced over the
years since our establishment.
i Nearly four years have pasccfl '
since thus.- trying days th;tt pre-
ee.led the Six-Day War. Who ;
can forgot the threats of the
leaders of the Arab states and
the comments of the various ob-
servers in the Western countries
Who prophesied the downfall of
our State?
And precisely in those days, it
time wh.n every decent investor
took account of his investments,
w irld Jewry, too, took account
and en me to the conclusion that
the wisest investment at that hour
w as to buj bonds.
The\ d< monstrated their ard
ri re i" '' our true partners by
li nonth buyin mo e
th luring th ivholi
vious ye
ipproached us to disclose, our se-
cret tiu-iiiiil.i for enlisting finan-
cial resources. More than once I
have been asked by heads ol
state at meetings: "How do you
accomplish this?" The answer,
of course, is to be found in Is-
rael's history books and the
strong (ink or tile Jews in the
Diaspora throughout the gener-
ations with i hose who dwell in
our eternal Homeland.
Even if all the citizens of the
country had been giants, we would
have been unable to accomplish
what we diil. had it not been for
the influx of vast sums of money,
a sizeable and at times decisive
part from Bonds.
Thanks to the ever-increasing
participation of Bond money in
our Development Budget, we wen
able to develop our economy. You
can hardly find an enterprise which
has not profited from Bonds, be
it the national water carrier, irri-
gation projects, agricultural de-1
velopment. communication net-
works, harbors or the now flourish-
ing industrial plants which are the
pride of the economy.
One billion and si\ hundred
million dollars worth of BONDS
.did not sell themselves. They
Were sold through the vigor of
the initiators ol this organiza-
tion, together with the thou-
sands ol volunteers who labor
to increase the sale of bonds
without ever expecting any re-
ward.
Thanks to their achievements
we have come this far and we will
be able to continue on our prog-
ress in the future.
I convey the deep gratitude of
Israel and its Government to our
brethren in the Diaspora to whom
credit is due for the marvelous
achievements of State of Israel
Bonds.

We ill tmber th excitin W c imi oui n Se te i < r, 19 17
Conf i nil the Foui th D opment In-
I Is m the im mnl
th
gary of t el B
tion. Hui if del iti fro
all over I i
Bui I
parti p Te i the
iubts v irk-
ed l i i '' li mvei
Sepl nl in
ai wh '.
lish tilt 11 iv p.
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up
lid nol
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in iper the
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mation ol Si I
\\. iLso II mei of visioi Invesl enl I nenl
parti t remaii 11
Israel and I :'

I am pro;..! a ul h.ipp.v that
alter the lapse ol a relatively
'li period, I must now ask
the House to pass a law lor
floating tWO new issues, the
Fifth Development Bonds in the
amount oi $750 million ami the
Third Development Investment
Bonds in the amount ol $250
million.
The terms o Ihesi Bond
pracl
Although '' of inter 'St
i llv risen in thi w irld
> we issi iu first 1
. ; s1
: ["hi mi h '- foi
Cheeifully looking at the initial Israel Bonds
of the new 5th Development Issue are the
top echelon ct the Bond Organization and
the State of Israel. Shown, left to right, are
Shimon Alexandroni, Israel Economic Min-
ister; Sam Ro'hberq, general chairman of
Bends; Finchas Sapir, Finance Minister;
Lao Bernstein, executive vice president cf
Israel Bonds; and Sidney Green, financial
adviser to the Stale c! Isi
and i. d the so
The rest is known to ill. it
beCOme clear tli.it not onl.V !''
the sale ol Bonds not disturb ;
activities ol the I I V but h
organizations strengthened ..ml
expanded in the joint pfforl
Charity and mutual aid ha'
been deeplj routed in our peopk
lor many generations. The pr
"Do unto thy neighbor a- you
wish him to do unto thee," has
bet n expressed in funds pro' ded
by communities all over the world.
But with th establishmei I
Bonds we offered their sub.<< i -
full partnership in invesl
made in th' economy ol the Si
Two million purchasers of B in Is
who in the course of 20 yi
existence ot the organization
bought Bonds for more thai
and a half billion dollars, have man-
ifested their ;rusl in the Idi
partnership with our people
It must !- i be said that we
have given proof that the trus
us by the subscribers has nol
luc ; i
ivith the fl
i
Ti i laj two typ
nrod 'i Is
I savin bond Interest on
c upon bondi iall\
ind the) mat'J
I date of I he interest on
savings bonds is accumulated ai
i- paid out on maturity after 12
years from date of issue. Begin-
ning with the s tic of the new
issues we have psl b'ished 15 yenrs
as the maturity dati for both
eounon and sax n Bunds of the j
Fifth Development issue.
This system for the sale of '
Bonds is unique in the world. I
Countries bigger and richer than
ours. which suei-ceded ill i
floating loans in id her conn- I
tiles, have no' come close to the
sums enlisted by BONDS; and
this, in spite ol the offer of |
higher Interest, shorter matur-
ity periods and better conditions.
Developing states in Africa have
Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz
Hero Of Jewish Rebirth
Continued From Page 10-A
tions for his scholarship and hu-
nianitariaiiisiii. lie holds honor-
ary degrees from Brandeis and
Yeshiva I'niversities. and from
Dropsie College.
In 196-1 he received the Scopus
Award of the Hebrew University
of Jerusalem. A special fund bear-
ing his name was established by
the American Friends of the He-
brew University to promote lead-
ership training at the university.
In 1967, Dr. Schwartz, was elect-
ed President of the Encyclopedia
Judaicia Research Foundation,
which is preparing a 15 volume
Jewish encyclopedia to be publish-
ed in Israel this year.
At the first meeting of the
Board of Governors Of the lie-
brew University to be held al
>lt. Scopus since the reunifica-
tion of Jerusalem in I9fi~. he
was awarded an honorary doc-
torate.
But perhaps the most shining
tribute to Oc paid to this gentle-
man of greatness will take placi
in Miami Beach on March 6. when
he will be the guest of honor at a
three-day International Inaugural
Conference of the Israel Bond
Organization in the presence of
Zalman Shazar, President of the
State of Israel.
There are few leaders who en-
jo.v his prestige in the world of
Jewish a I lairs. Yet away from
his desk, he is a man with a
wide range of interests from
Studying esoteric scholarly texts
in Semitics to the theater and
baseball. He takes a s|Hirtsmau's
pride in the prowess of his home-
town (Baltimore) baseball and
professional football teams
which have done extremely well
in recent years. And as a re-
minder of his boyhood love of
the prizefighting game, there
are a small number in his im-
mediate circle of friends who
call him "I'acky", a nickname
he picked up from a once popular
boxer, who was known as
I'acky Mclarland.
Ill a career of 40 years of > i -
vice to his people, Dr. Schwartz
has established a record of achieve-
ment which has earned a unique
place in contemporary Jewish
history and in the Hearts of the
Jewish people.
For The Economic Development Of Israel

HAROLD J. GOLDEN8ERG
Chairman, 1971 National
Executive Campaign Committee
LOUIS J. FOX
Chairman, Communal
Resources Division
JULIAN B. VENEZKY
National Chairman for Regions
MRS. JAN PEERCE
National Chairman, Women's Division


Page 12-A
legist fkirtdUar
.
The Israel Bond Organization
lakes pride in welcoming
THE PRESIDENT OF ISRAEL
His Excellency
ZALMAN SHAZAR
on (lie occasion of the
1971 International
Inaugural Dinner
SATURDAY EVENING. MARCH (i
at 7:3(1 P.M.
FONTAINEBEEAU HOTEE
Of#i Uribittc U*
Dr. Joseph J. Schwart:
rlntical f-^i
r&yrmti
JAN PEERCE
Conference Chairmen
Sam Rothberg ^ H Boyaf
Co-Chairmen
Max Abrms D. Loo Harri$
H^". *-y"ond G. Perelman
Harold J Goldenberg Julian B. Venezky
,ra Go,lden Eugene L. Wyman
For Further Information Communicate with
INTERNATIONAL INAUGURAL CONFERENCE COMMITTED
Barcelona Hotel, Miami Beach JE 4-8311
Friday, February 26, 19"!
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1
Friday. February 26, 1971
-Jenist fk>ri(//atr
Page 13-A
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Actually, what we're trying to say is that Brickell
is beautiful because it gives us the opportunity
to serve you better in a great new convenient location.
So, come on in during this Grand Opening period.
See our new facilities and enjoy the best
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Jeisti fkrkllan
Friday, February 26, 1971
Advanced Gifts Give CJA-IEF
Campaign Unprecedented Start
Con't from Page 1-A
FesslOBB and the Women's Di- i
viskm, have launched their of-
forta t.. reach Miami's goal of
10SIPH H. KANTtR
lo million. "We have accepted
without question the validitj ol
1-: lel'a request, and there must
be hi unprecedented outpour-
.: g of spirit ami concern from
our Jewish community in Mi-
c immented Mr. Kanter.
This means that every Miami
J< w must reach a new dimen-
for his personal Rift and
that every Jew will be asked to
reach tor the maximum possi-
ble gift he can make re| irdless
of what that amount may l>\
in fact," Mr, Kanter said, "nev-
efore have I seen so many
le innounce their gifts with
such pride.
Sii ce v Irtu llj ill ol Isr id's
noney musl ro for national
so, the people I
i i n< hi [to have I i
: i i IM' ill

policy of receiving and settling
any Jew who wishes to come.
And to keep on building their
schools, and homes and hos-
pitals. And care for their sick
and their aged. They already
have the courage."
Locally, the following agen-
cies are beneficiaries of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion's 1^71 CJA-IKF campaign:
B'nai B'rith Organization-Miami.
Bureau of Jewish Education,
College of Jewish Studies. Com-
munity Chaplaincy Service. Com-
munity Relations Committee.
Cuban"Refugees-Special Servic -
Hebrew Academy. Hillel-l'niver-
sity of Miami. Immigration &
Naturalization Service of Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women.
Israel Youth Affairs Program,
Planning Committee on Jewish
i: lucation, Research Grant Jew-
ish Family & Children's Serv-
ice. Jewish Vocational Service,
Jewish Home for the Aged,
Mount Sinai Hospital. Refugee
Resettlement Program and VM-
YYVHA of Greater Miami.
National organizations par-
ticipating in the campaign are:
American Association for Jew-
ish Education, American Jewish
Committee. American Jewish
Congress, B'nai B'rith National
Youth Services Appeal, Confer-
ence on So\ iet Jewry-Grant,
Council of Jewish Federations
,< Welfare Funds-Scholarshio
Plan. Dropsie College, Hlstadruth
Ivrith of America, Jewish Chil-
dren's Service of Atlanta. Jew-
ish Labor Committee, J
Publication Society. Jewish Tel-
egraphic Agency, Jewish War
Veterans, National Community
Relations Advisory Council. N i-
tional Foundation for Jowi-.h
c Iture, National Jewish P i-
lation Study. Nation.:! .1
W Ifare B i ir L, School ol J< v-
I h C i" nine il Service, Se
nt-Jewish Teach ts & P i
'ounc'l
America. YIVO Institute for
Jewish Research.
Other participating organiza-
tions include The United Jew-
ish Appeal, America-Israel Cul-
tural Foundation, Hebrew Uni-
versity-Tcchnion Joint Main-
tenance Appeal and United I HAS
Service.
U.N. Minister Purim
Luncheon's Speaker
F
(."hiifj Ivri Meeting
Chug Ivri, the Hebrew speaking
group of Miami Beach's North
Shore, will meet Wednesday at
2 p.m. in the Blue Room of Tem-
ple Menorah. Levi Soshuk. educa-
tor, will speak on Purim.
Temple Judea Square Dance
The Sisterhood of Temple Judea
will hive a square dance followed
by a late supper Saturday begin-
ning at 8:30 p.m. in the temples
social hall. Bob Adams will he the
caller. Reservations may be made
with chairman Sheila Rosnick or
by calling the temple office.
Jacob Barmore. fsrael's Minis-
ter to the United Nations, will be j
the guest speaker at the Chaim
Weizmim Branch Farband Purim
Luncheon, scheduled for Sunday.
March 14. at the Kden Roc Hotel.
Moe Levin, chairman ol the
event, which is being held on be-
half of the 1971 Combined Jew ish
Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund
! campaign of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, announced that
i Rabbi Irving Lehrman. spiritual
i leader of Tempi-' Kmanu-Kl, and
Aithur s. Rosichan, executive vice
president of the Federation, will
be among the guest speakers. There i
I will also be a musical program
with many prominent artists par-
ticipating.
Mr. Levin also announced the
formation of the Chaim Weizman
Branch Farband CJA-IKF Com-
mittee, which includes A eon Katz,
Manny Burstcjp, Celia Ackerman,
Dora Offenhenden and Zvi Kaliskv
The Executive Board includes
Simon Benherzel, Morns Birn-
baum Clara Burstein, Sandra Cal-
ler. Sol Caller, Harry" Chaet, An,,,
Chaet. Rose Cohen. William Donn,
Harry Drayman, David Freed'
lion Fetell, Bernard Furman,
Charles Greenhauf. Isadore Hamer,
Rose Kutz. Sonia Katz. Lea 1/
Jean Lew, Charles I.uchter.
Luchter.
Also. Anna Miller. Isidore M the.
low Joseph Okun, Charles Pach-
ter. Julius Rubinstein. Anna S
Samuel Samet. Sam Schil
Harry Sherman, Ben Silver, Aliek
Silverstein, Dora Soffer, N |
Soffer, Shoshanna S|iector and
Anna Stone.
Purim Concert-Musicale
The Miny.m Club of Ten ;,'.,
Adath Yeshurun, 1025 NK M
i; irdens Dr.. North Miami Bi
sponsoring it- second am I
/
is
Purim Concert and Musicale ;.t
7 30 p.m. Sund ly, March 7. Par.
ticipants will Include Cantor N -
thaniel Schub, Shmuel Fer
and the Prima Sist< -
Israel's Minister to the United Nations, Jacob
Barmore, will be the guest speaker at the
Chaim Weizman Branch Farband Combined
Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund cam-
paign luncheon March 14 at the Eden Roc
Hotel. Setting final plans lor the event are
members of the committee, including (from
left) Sol Caller. Mrs. Sandra Caller. Morris
Fisher, vice secretary of Farband. New York;
Levin, chairman; Charles Greenhau!
and Aaion Ka'.z.
Scholar, Editor, Poet. Zalinan Shazar, President Of Israe
Continued From Page 9-A
1943 M i :
I at tent
!
for a
His i bi
- an i i i;
:h have beei
brew, Yiddish, Russi n
man rage with this
.'. i
the posil i\ rat ber th in
He served on the Jewish Politi-
cal Committee at Lake Success,
which successfully pleaded Israel's
case for sovereignty at the U.N.
Genera! Assembly.
From 1925 to 1918. he was the
editor ol the daily newspaper i
"Davar," the official orfin of \
Histadrut (General I e 1,no ion of |
Labor), and the Manai (Labor) |
lMilitir.il party which he In -I i>, found.
During this period, he was in
the forefront of Israel's labor
movement, and was instrumental
in bringing about the merger of
various 'actions thus demonstrat-
ing his ability to iu-st,i-. leadershio
in others and t......t divergent
groups, such as laborers and stu-
dents, to work t igether.
The president is the puidin
spirit of the Habad (Lub^vitch0'-*
hassidic mowmetl in Israel. Hj
was among the founders of Kfir
Habad, the movement's *. -.-.!
village in centril Isr:, I. I r- hears
the n p-"' of t'-" found< of th"
Habad dynasty. Shneor Zalman of
': idy.
The Israel president als I is
tion of the negative.
Mr, Shazar's books include Pri-
vate and Cooperative Settlement
in Palestine" (1922), "The History
of Bible Criticism" (1925), "Na-
tional Crisis in World Crisis"
(1941i, the very popular "Morning
Stars" (1950), which was awarded
I the Ussishkin Prize.
In 1952 he wan elected to the
j Executive of the Jewish Agency
and became director of it* infor-
mation department. Two year*
i later, he was named director ol
its Department for Educattra and
Culture in the I)iasi>ura, and in
insfi was elected anting chairman
of the Jewish Agency Kvccutive in
Jerusalem.
I
m to
ih ,.
ind mutua
illy in those
h.,-h have n cently u ir
nee.
One ol the saddest missions of
his career occurred on No\cniher
24. 1968, when he. together with
then Foreign Minister GoMa Mclr.
attended the funeral of President
Joiin P. Kennedy in Washington, |
D.C.
The third president of Israel
was born Shneor Zalman Ruba-
1
i
'
i i
lii-sl
,' |* di or tin
time in 1911, i.....i i I : ; i
cultural laborer nt Merha.vta. l>nr-
I h" ptlMMied hU
tint ewuiy, "The Eternity ol the
Past," In the kuirnal "Ahdut."
which a|. eared in ill IIIMlll III
He returned to Russia in 1912
to rc'io"! for milita: y n ic b it
was exempted.
\\'h n World War I broke out,
he was declared an enemy alien
by the German authorities and was
expelled from Strasbourg Univer-
shov in Mir, Russia, on October 6, s'">- With the help of one of his
1889. Young Zalman had a tradi-
tional Jewish upbringing. He at-;
tended the Academy of Jewish
Science at Leningrad, as well as
the Universities of Freiburg.
Strasbourg and Berlin.
He started his Zionist career as
secretary of the secret Labor
Heisth. recipient of an Mnor. | f,^ J^S*!" in ""* ,ln
arv deeree from the Jewish Theol- "* "JJ ?*" araon* h'VM^
ogical Seminary of America. V"; V' T'"', .madc v
I ah Ben- :.vi, who had r centl>
Upon his ; in 19S3 Sha- return I from a vl I to Pal
' sa i fore moving Int i Bell '" l'1" year thai followed ho h
>! '.si its, Meineke, however, he
later gained admission to the Uni-
versity of Berlin, where he com*
plcted his studies in 1919.
During this period he published
his first scholarly essay, "A Mes-
siah's Scribe," dealing with the
life and career of Samuel Primo,
who was the secretary of Shab-
e1 Zvi, a false prophi I Th sa ti-
cle, which v.as published in th-
>" rial "W ishiloah." w is the firsl
neroua esa> s n I books on
H I the Pn sident's resi i
"I will be happy, indeed, if i ; -
In foil"iwing In tii. fo I
of my predecess irs."
1 should
Hnnasel into
like to
a center
turn Itiit
ol the en-
''1 to irganize a Ji i h
deft 's, or?anizati in in the Si '
t/i nrea, and then was invited to
......he -' ifl ol th Lai..... / >n
newsnap. ii Vilna, wher I
nsl >te l the writiwa of :
scholars and intellectuals from
gnjf.h spe >l Mi
(ire Jewish people hoth th- Jew* Russian i
member of the Bibte Study Society, wllo havi. ri,turi. to thP .. """ Y,ddish-
which meets regularly at formei
Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion's
home.
He points out that all throuch
the mill III im, Jewish culture and
traditions were sustained by Ken-
eratioiis of Jews who only dream-
ed of returning to their homeland
and it was their love that furth-
ered the realization of the dream.
bltld and of those who continue to
live in their respective Diaspora*,"
lie stated.
This is a dimension which Shazar
has brcwht into all his areas of
activity, both at home and abroad.
Although he is 81 years of age,
he has remained a vigorous and
alert leader. A man of wide in-
terests, as well as a persuasive and
In June 1907. h" was arr sted
' th u ith the nthflnl members
of the editorial staff, and remained
in prison in Vllna until the Fal-
lowing autumn While incarcerate I
Pn mot Gerahom Aeaolen of
the Hebrew I imersit-,, todav'i
' >:' i>:- scholar en {nil Mlbjoet, de
I'' t'-at Sh.i'.nr wns one of his
main iesoirations in :irsi:inu this
Held Of study.
"' ; Shazar rounded the La-
bor Zionist party in Germany
S "ii th. reafter he established the
Hehaultz (Pioneering) Organiza-
tion in that country and partici-
pated in the founding conference
Po-
hf began to study Jewish history, of the UboT Zionist pariv
Lpon hit release he enrolled a- 'and. The purpose of thes,
Baron David Glnflbunrs Academy nizations was the training of Jews
for Jewish Loan, ng in St. Peters- to establish pioneering mSaSH
burg, whore his teachers included in Palestine -seuiements
in
e orga-
I h >r '. >niil <
i 1919 'lr.
'.as poll : i i.....
Ol a ill letral II u e:it to
Palestini to -1 1 s conditions for
setting n|i ii w i th \ ill gee. Dui
this visit, he took part in negoliii-
ii '- which le 1 to the esl iMLsh-
menl ol the llistadrill.
It M is th n I
friendship withaRachel Katznel i
an attractive young woman w
he had mel during hia stay in St.
Petersburg. She .s the daug I
of Professor Katznelson, one
his teaches there. Within a few
nipples, they were marrii'l Mrs
Shazar la tod iy a figure of pron
nonce and distinction in her own
right. She is the c>-founder
the Women's Workers Council of
Israel and editor ol "Dvor I!ai--
let" (Women's Workers Jouri
In the years that followed, >!i.i-
Uf settled in Vilna. where he \-
tared in hartOrj at Professor Zu
CHielufb'a Jewish Te uhers S.nn-
nary. He went abroad fro-n tsw
te time to attend Zionist < on-
greaaea, to wtK.se General Oenaril
he anas elected in 1923. and I~ii*r
Zionist conference. In 1921 he ami
bis family emigrated to PoleMuv,
m here lie became h ihhiiiIihi of ike
Histadrut Then came the sti dy road '
vo-l |.... |sn ,., ,| .. ... w
he helped pave stone by stone.
Today, as he looks back on a 1
earer of pioneering and nnt.
building, Zalm in Shazar is nit
content to rest or-. h:s past laurel-
In this time of continuing cri- -
in the Middle East, he stand-!
ready to assume whatever bnrden-
hls country deems necessary i"
the fulfillment of his role as
president.


February 26. 1971
*.Jeislflorid fan
Page 15-A
Leaders To Be Honored
At Israel Bond Events
Kiwi: u*1 Titlebaum has been
chose* to receive the State of
Israel Scroll of Honor at Eton
Hall's "Nipht in Israel" Monday
even if in the card room. The
even -ill lx' held under the au-
spici <<'. the building's Israel Bond
Com littee. aiiich is under the
chaii Ddnship of Benjamin K.
Fick :
M Titlcbaum. a member of the
Cole < iasi I. was I- orp .'."/! of the Eton Hall
Soci Club. Active on behalf of
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George Mildwoff, chairmen of
Trustees and Guardians.
Residents of Miami Beach for
10 years, Mr. and Mrs. Silver, for-
mer residents of Mt. Vernon, N.Y.,
are charter residents of Morton
Towers. Mr. Silver, the retired!
head of Silver Textile Company, is |
vice president of the 1500 Men's
Club ami an active member of the i
B'nai B'rith Hatikvatl Lodge. Mrs.
Silver is active in the Morton
Towns Hadassah and B'nai B'rith
North Shore Chapter. Mr. and
Mrs. Silver are members of Tem-
ple Beth Raphael.
MR. and MRS. IRVING SilVtR
Concert Features
Soprano Soloist
Lyric soprano Louetta Farrar,
who has appi a ed in leading roles
in musicals and operas, will be
featured in the Miami Beach Cul-
tural Society's concert in the As-
sembly Hall .it 755 Washington
Ave.. Miami Beach, on Saturday
at 7:30 p.m. Olga Bilwr Stern will
br at the piano.
Guest artists will be cellist Laura
A. Cohen. 14. and Michael Cald-
ivell, concert pianist, who perform
with the Chamber Music Orches-
tra .mil are members of the Na-
tional Hmior Society.
An added attraction will be
Remma Schapiro, 8. playing the
leading role in the biblical play
'David and Goliath," and Allen A.
Dworkis, director, narrating "The
Boa not Hanegev," (The War on
I the Plains of Ntgev.i
EMA.VUEL TlTUcAUM
was t1
.1 Eton H ill's Is
i fee He ind Mrs
, iiii h ne to Miami Beach
I..ie riinonl N Y. six years
an. i
< I -i n ,...,
1^ si: the "t i
s the i 'resident Is i put
i on. But the reas iner*-
t may well have though!
ad won the day when the
Sig closed.
is was their impression.
thejB could hardly have bcon
moiw wrong. Bright and early
the mi xt morning, on Wednes-
riajAvb. 3. the President quiet-
ly ^kan issuing all the neces-
sar^fcction-onU'rs. It was then
theBlie was east in deadly
es
NOW, the results have
Jthan justified the Presi-
ciertS Kor example, the Laos
tr;dfcfelir:e of the North Vict-
uansBc forces in the South has
lonsjfcron ojH-rnted as a system
.t BJlmost s-lf contained
"Ikix" has its own hun-
lof trucks which shuttle
d forth by night, and
daytime. At the end of
x," supplies and troops,
they are being truck-
are handed over to tin-
ts and trucks of the next
IIKSI-: words are writ-
South Vietnamese ad-
liaid has already passed
.which is the road first
Be Flo Chi Minn Trail.
n fact, they have oc-
, :i(^B ir><<: l -I the "box" of the
us trail '.ui centers on the
:tRF5o\\n el 'i'ehepon Thai
in^Hin that tin en-
. n^Hajli'i.- in 'line lias already
efjjmt a Unit
Nq.oiu i ..mi. i! tl., force
r^Raftcl, of Hanoi's
count, i .it i. k i'.ut as of
w, Ricli.H.i M. Nixon is be-
rmtms ft to be one oi
'i^RflRftr "war
; iel S oil o:
I ;
Barm I I irtz at a "N it Ii
held it
nts social hall al
,i .: h I, undei
of the B ly T rrac
1st ii Bon C nmittee.
Acti.....n b 'half of the St
I jrai I toi man> years, Mr, < iuthartz
m honor* d last Octobi r bj the
New York Israel Bond Committei
ii Lake Success Prior to moving]
I Mi mu with Mrs. Guthartz, h
parl i, it d In building the B* lie
!>..... i nr>. t L
I Center.
Mil II A -kush wi
sor T iwers s
I ....-, ,..

. || be thi
-;
will
1 i I
;
Hi in M isko-
.' ti
\l.\ ys interested in
rmiunal affairs, Mr.
presid 'ill of the Windsor '!
S cial Club, and a past-president
of the North Hudson Lod i Of
B'nai B'rith and the B'nai B'rith
Palisades Council, was a founder
of the Religious Minyan Organiza.
tion at Windsor Towers. Mr. and
Mrs. Arkush came to Miami from
North Bergen. N.J., where he
practiced law for 40 years, two
yean ago.
h
Arkush
bac
hid
ea
too.1
boa
ti
va
Re
call
Al
Robert L. Ober will be hon-
ored at Southgate Towers' "Night
in Israel" Thursday, March il
at 8 p.m. in the card room. The
vent will be sponsired by the
Southgate Israel Bonds Commit-
tee, with Julius Levine as chair-
man.
Active on behalf of many com-
munity affairs and the State of
Israel, Mr. Ober. president of the
Southgate Men's Club, will be th"
recipient of the State of Israel
Scroll of Honor.
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Silver will
be honored at the annual Morton
Towers-Isi.....I Dinner of state.
Sunday. March 11. at the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel, when they will
be the rrcioients of the State of
Israel Shalom Award.
An outstanding Israeli emlss8*7'
will be on hand on this occasion
,,, deliver m lie- nddrAq in I
confer the award unon Mr. and
...... i Sch ifl r. folk
humoi
ire Mr Eman
mri Mr. and "^', M chairmen; Mr and Mrs. S m Ru-
denfcerg. ch irrmi n ol rhe Commit-
tee of H >sts and Mr. and Mrs
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Miami, Florida Friday, February 26, 1971
Section B
Leonid Rigerman And His Mother
Are Home From Soviet 'Paradise'
By GEORGE FRIEDMAN
JTA Staif Reporter
NKW YORK Its not real.
It's probably a i>ost card I'm
looking at. I want to see every-
thing here, everything here." ml
Leonid Rigerman, who had conic
"home" to America.
The Soviet Jew. whoso efforts
!o break the Kremlin's emigra-
tion barriers had brought him
widespread attention and encour-
agement in the West. siH)k.> to
the Jewish Telegraphic Agency
correspondent in the apartment
of Rabbi Steven Riskin of Lin-
coln Square Synagogue, who had
been instrumental in effecting
Rigerman's emigration. Ho and
his mother, Mrs. Esther Riger-
man. alighted from a Pan Amer-
ican jet at John F. Kennedy In-
ternational Airport at midnight
Saturday. They had been ex-
pected at 10 p.m.. but the flight
was delayed because of what a
Pan Am spokesman said had
been "mechanical troubles in
Moscow."
Rijrrrnuui .mull. Rlightly
built, quiet-spoken, almost frail-
looking attended today's In-
terview in dark brown suit, a
nulti-eolorrd yet sedate tie.
fMmStaM classes and a blaok
ynrmuIUe. He smiled often and
hroadly. His pointed heard was
neatly trimmnmd. He looked so
biblical that one observer inad-
vertently addressed him as
"Rabbi."
Born 30 yean ago to .< Brook-
lynite mother whose socialist
husband had insisted before Le-
onid's birth that his wife live
with him in the "Soviet Para-
dise." Leonid became a com-
puter programmer. And he be-
came ;iw ire of his Jewish heri-
t.i go aware that he began
to agitate for his freedom from
what he deeni"d official Soviet
anti-Semitism.
Several months ago, he tried
to enter the I'nlted StatM Em-
bassy in Moscow to assert Amer-
ican citizenship on the grounds
that his mother was American-
born. The Soviet government, in-
sisting he was a Russian subject
and not eager to let the world
see that not everyone considers
the Soviet Fatherland a Paradise,
had the authorities block him
physically. He tried three more
times, and three more times was
blocked. Rut thanks to the ef-
forts of the U.S. State Depart-
in.nt goaded by legislators.
Jewish li-i'lers, public opinion
and Rigerman's lawyer. New
York Citv Official Daniel OvMf
the Soviet Jew was granted
V.S. illllllSHhln last Dec. 19.
"1 want to rest a little and.
well, to look around.'" Rigerman
told the JTA. He had not yet
made arrangements lor perman-
ent living quarters or employ-
ment He said he had met his
57-year-old uncle, Louis Mi-
chael of thi Bronx, but not his
87-year-old grandfather, Jacob
Michael, also of the Bronx !!
had been greeted by numerous
other relatives here, he said,
and on the way to the interview-
had strolled along some of the
city's streets with Grccr.
Rigerman offend thanks to
the State Department for its
aid, but he scored the t'nited
Nations as a do-nothing organi-
zation that has been particularly
ineffective in ameliorating hhe
plight ot Soviet Jews. He said
that probably around 400,000 of
the estimated 3.5 million Soviet
Jews were anxious to leave their
country immediately, bat were
being rebuffed by red tape.
Asked whether that meant
that the great majority of So-
viet Jews want to stay where
they are. Rigerman said, they
are "'just waiting for us to break
the way out." and will assort
themselves '"as soon as they
know that nothing is going to
happen to them."
Rigerman discounted claims
by the Jewish Defense League
that all Soviet Jews endorse the
tactics of that militant organiza-
tion. Jewry, he noted, it not mon-
olithic. Asked how Americans
can help the cause of Soviet
Direct Air Service
Agreement Signed
By, Israel, Canada
OTTAWA iJTA" Israel and
Canada have signed a new air
agreement hero that will estab-
lish the first direct air service be-
tween the two countries. It will
be operated jointly by El Al. Is-
rael's national airline, and Canad-
ian Pacific Airline.
El Al's inaugural flight will leave
Toronto and Montreal for Tel Aviv
on March 28. followed by the first
CPA flight April 1. Flights will be
increased to four a week during
the summer tourist season.
Ken Dakin. CPA"s assistant vice
president for marketing and sales,
told the Jewish Telegraphic Agen-
cy that the new service will bo
promoted in a joint advertising
and sales campaign with El Al and
the Israel Government Tourist Of-
fice in Canada. CPA's package
tours to Spain. Italy and Greece
will bo augmented by special Holy
Land tours, ho said, and joint
schedules, brochures, posters and
fare charts have been prepared
for the new service.
Jews, he urged them to "speak
out" and create a wave of verb-
al and diplomatic pressure that
the image-conscious Kremlin
cannot ignore.
Having achieved his goal of
reaching h\< Promised Land. Rig.
erman's thoughts were on the
future. "I want to see it," he
said of this country. "I want to
sec as much as I can. I want to
feel it. you see. I want to live
through it." He put out his
hand and smiled as the JTA cor-
respondent, older son of a Rus-
sian immigrant, closed the in-
terview with "spasibo," the Rus-
sian word for "thank you."
Miami Mayor David T. Kennedy (second from right) received
Temple Ohev Shalom's Outstanding Service Award from
Rabbi Phineas A. Weberman in a recent ceremony. Lt. Gov.
Tom Adams, who represented Gov. Reubin Askew, is at left;
Miami Beach Vice Mayor Leonard Weinstein is on the nght.
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan, (right) spiritual leader of Sky Lake
Synagogue, who was the guest speaker at the Kennedy
House Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund
campaign meeting, is shown with Herman J. Eaton, Kennedy
House CJA-EF committee chairman.
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Friday. February 26. 1971
Zilbert Named Associate
Chairman Of March 13 Ball
JNF Opposes The
Sale Of Land By
Israeli Government
Leonard Zilbert. Miami Beach j
business and civie loader, has been j
named associate chairman of the j
UONAHD HLHtRT
annual Schol irship Ball of the
Lehrman Day School of Temple
Emanu-El. His acceptance was an-
nounced by Robeii I.. Blum, gen-
eral chairman of the March 13 din-
ner- '.anee and Samuel N. Fried-
land, chairman of the board of
Tempi;' Emanu-EI.
Mr, Zilbert, president of the He-
brew Ham.' for the Aged of Miami
Beach, is an officer of the Miami
Beach synagogue and numerous
other organizations, including the
Jewish Thei ogical Seminary of
America. Israel Hisladrut Foun-
dation and the Fortune Club. He is
a member of the board of directors
the Garner Bank of Miami Beach
and heads operations at Riverside
Memorial Chapels in Florida.
Irving Cowan and Stephen Muss.
both of whom have served as
chairmen of previous dinner-danc-
es, have been designated as hon-
orary chairmen of the Scholarship
Ball, one of the social highlights
of the Jewish community calendar.
Joseph Cohen, a past president of
Temple Kmanu-Kl. will be honored
at the March 13 event.
Mr. Zilbert. who stressed the
role of the Lehrman Day School
in the community, noted the rapid
progress of the educational insti-
tution, which serves more than 2C0
students from kindergarten
through the seventh grade, with ai
rich background in both general
and Jewish studies.
"The Lehman Day School serv-
es the entire community, and de-
serves the supimrt of the respon-
sible Jewish leadership of South
Florida," Mr. Zilbert asserted "it
is the largi St Hebrew day school
in the Southeastern United States
within the Conservative Move-
ment."
Three other leadcs of Temple
Emanu-El were named as associ-
ate chairmen by Mr. Blum. Thy
are Samuel J. Halperin. Murray
Resnick and Lester Mishcon.
Mr. and Mrs Halperin will host
a reception for scholarship patrons
i of the Lehrman Day School at
their Allison Island home Monday
afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Mishcon
I and Mr. and Ml*. Harry Rott
hosted recent gatherings of the
I committee.
Arrangements for the Ball are
being coordinated by a committee
headed by Larry Abcrman. a vice
chairman of the event.
Officers Are Reelected By
United Health Foundation
JERUSALEM (JTA The Jew-
ish National Fund is embroiled in
a controversy with the Israeli gov-
ernment over the latter*! plan to
make state-owned and JNF lands
available for sale. Herman L.;
Weisman. president of the JNF,
of America, declared that the gov-'
ernment's proposal amounted to'
B "breach of trust" and is vigor-
ously opposed by the JNF.
The JNF, the land acquisition
and reclamation agency of the
World Zionist Movement, was
founded TO years ago and ranks
second only to the government as
the largest landholder in Israel. It
operates on the principle that the
land of Israel is the "property of
the Jewish people" and can neve?
be sold. Occupants of JNF land
hold leases that must be renewed
every 49 years.
A 19fi0 act by thi Knesset ap-
plied the same non-saleable prin-
ciple to State-owned land. But the
government Is now trying to have
the act rescinded. The matter has
been under discussion in the Land
Administration Authority, a Joint
government-JNF body where the
government has seven representa-
tives, Including Minister of Agri-
culture Haim Gvati, and the JNF
six. The Authority can alter the
land-holding principle by simple
majority vote.
Mr Weisman claimed that con-
verting the land from leasehold
to freehold would encourage land
speculation and profiteering, and
the sale of the land would not
bring in the large sums of monev
originally anticipated by the gov-
ernment planners.
Everett Shockct. M.D.. was re-
elected as president of the United
Health Foundation during its re-
Brandeis Zionists Will Hear Sitkoff
TTk> Brandeis Zionist District of,
Miami Beach, will hold an open
meeting Monday at S p.m. in the
Washington Federal Building, 1133
Normandy Dr.. Miami Beach. Isaac
Donen. president of the district, j
has announced.
Louis Sitkoff, a past president
of the Long Island ZOA Region
and past national chairman of the
ZOA B'nai Aliyah Fellowship, will
be the guest speaker. Mr. Sitkoff.
while attending the 25th World
Zionist Congress In Jerusalem,
made the decision to move per-
manently to Israel.
A certified public accountant.
he now resides with his family In
Savyon, Israel, and is a member
of the Boards of two im|x>rtant
ZOA projects in Israel: the Kfar
Silver Agricultural High School
and the Mollie Goodman Academic
High School.
The Aliyah department of tSJ
Jewish Agency in Jerusalem, rec-
ognizing the importance of the
ZOA's Aliyah work, assigned Mr.
Sitkoff to make this particular
tour under the auspices of the Ali-
yah Department of the ZOA. He
is a knowledgeable and compelling
spokesman, particularly on the sub-
ject of the American Aliyah to
Israel
Novices Become 'Pages'
Ten "novices- tvM be inducted
into the rank of "page" at the
meeting of the George Gershwin
Knight* of Pythias Lodge, at 7:30
j p.m. Monday in the Surfside Civic
I Center. Chancellor Commander
! Richard Wa-serman will preside.
i
'Medical Institute
For Attorneys To Be
Sponsored By U-M
The Third Medical Institute
Attorneys, designed to explore the
relationshi'i between law and psy-
chiatry, will be held March 3-6 at
the Americana Hotel, Bal Har-
bour, under the sponsorship of the
University of Miami Law Center
and University of Miami School of
Medicine.
Institute director is Walter H.
Beckham. Jr.. professor of law at
the university: codirectors are San-
ford Jacobson. M.D., assistant pro-
fessor of phychiatry, and Augusto
Sarmiento. M.D.. chairman, de-
partment of Orthopedics and Re-
habilitation, U-M School of
Mpdldne.
Geest medalist! will be Robert
L. Sadoff M.D., Assistant Pro-
fessor of Psvehiatrv. at Temple
University Ph;Iade'nhia. Pa., and
Rogers J. Sm'th. MT).. of Port-
land Ore., chairman of the AM.A 's
section on Psvchiatry and Neurol-
ogy.
Further information may be
secured f-nm the University of
Miami T,=w Center. P.O Box 8087,
Coral Gables. Florida, 33124.
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4/MfRfCAN RED MOGEN DOVID FOR ISRAEL
Rabbi Founding President
Of Florida's 1st Chapter
Ceremonies at the Greater Miami Hebrew
Accdemy dedicating the 17th and 18th am-
bulances sent to Israel by the American
Rec Mogen Dovid for Israel, brought to-
gether David Sidman of New York, (left)
assis-.ant national executive director of the
oigcrization which supports Israel's official
Rec Cross service; Mayor Jay Dermer of
Miami Beach and Rabbi Sol Landau, presi-
dent of the Rabbinical Association of Great-
er Miami and the Greater Miami Chapter
of the American Red Mogen Dovid for Israel.
Funds for the ambulances were raised by
the New American Jewish Social Cab and
Congregation Beth Jacob.
Samuel Reinhard
Fringe Benefit Plan Was Prepared By Educators' Alliance
The }. brow Educators Alliance
ol Greater Miami Ls preparing a I
proposal for a fringe benefits plan
covering lull-time, licensed He-
brew* teachers In Dade County, ac-
cording to it- president, Rabbi
Shimon A/ulay.
RaM \/ul iv said his organiza-
tion's plan will Iv "suitable for the
community's needs. It looks for-
ward '' continued and increasing
rt*pons:bility .>n the part of th"!
Great?] Miami Jewish Federation
in spearheading the upgrading of'
teachers' salaries, and consequent-
ly, Jewish education," he declared
In his press release. Rabbi Azu-
lay ivvi died that the initial plan
of the Hebrew teachers' organiza-
tion was present.-d to th.' Com-
mission on Jewisn Education in
August, 1J'>0. The Federation then
named a special subcommittee of
the Planning Committee to study
fringe benefit packages provided
by other major Jewish communi-
ties in the United States, he noted,
and A. P.. Wiener served as chair-
man of the subcommittee.
According to the rabbi, the Fed-
eration committee has established
the acceptance plan and augmentation of te u-U-
ers' salaries as a first priority for
Jewish education in Dade C'ount.v.
Rabbi Sol Landau, spiritual
leader of Beth David Congrega-
tion, has been named the founding
president of
Florida's first
chapter of thi
American Red
Mogen Dovid for
Israel.
Acceptance of
Rabbi Landau,
who is also pi s-
ident of the
Rabbinical Asso-
tion of Greater
Miami, was an-
nounced by Con-
gressman Emman-
uel Celler of New York, national
chairman of the organization
which supix>rts Israel's official Red
Cross service.
Rabbi Landau will work closely
with Samuel Reinhard of Miami
Beach. Florida state president of
the American Red Mogen Dovid
for Israel, in a membership cam-
paign.
In accepting the presidency of
the Dade County chapter
which will be renamed in honor
of a prominent Jew later in the
year Rabbi Landau said: "An
alarming shortage of blood proc-
essing equipment now exists at
the Magm David Adom's Mickey
Marcus Memorial Blood Cented
in Jafl i, Isra< I. With Israel under-
going a period of unusually >'.
stress and tension, tlii.-. serious
shortage of vital, lifesaving equip-
menl ha^ bee ime .1 matter >f
deepest c mo rn to leaders ol M i-
gen David Adorn."
The Red Cross agency, which
operates Israel's onlj blood pro-
gram, has received 18 ambul in : i
from Greater Minmians within the
last two years, five of them from
the Cuban Hebrew Congreg it i
"i Miami.
Beth David Oneg Shabbat
Honors Zvi Rosenkrantz
Zvi Rosenkrantz, who for two
decades has been a full-time
teacher in the Hebrew Depart-
j ment at Beth David Congregation
; and is also on the language facul-
ty at the University of Miami, will
| be honored at the Oneg Shabbat
I following the services Friday eve-
ning.
Extending their congratulations
1 will be Rabbi Sol Landau. Maxwell
Waas, president. School BoarJ
chairman Leonard Greenbaunn,
Morris Tarasow. educational di-
rector. Louis Gadon. senior mem-
ber of Beth David's faculty. Dr.
Louis Schwartzman, director of
the Bureau of Jewish Education,
anil Dr. Ki/sner. chairman of thv_-
U-M's Language Department.
Dr. Fischler Speaker For
Bureau-Sponsored Seminar
Dr. Abraham Fischler, president
ol Novi University, will address
the foi th of the "Seminars foi
Hebrew Teachers'' sponsored by
the Bun .:'! oi Ji wish Education on
Ft i( .. [ai ch .">. in the Bureau of-
at MO Lincoln Rd., accordin \
to an nnounc menl made bj
l in in Zilbei t. Bureau president.
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Followmf In- presentation, two
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I. ttelt and Mrs Irving Seidel
ol Bi i Tor ih Congregation.
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The si I.'- n ill conclude March
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Israel Bonds Luncheon
Premieres 1971 Fashions
niere of the 1071 Israel Fash-
ii Kali id scope will highlight a
luncheon of the National Women's
sion of the Israel Bond Oi
i tion at noon Thursday, March
4. i thi Fontainebleau Hotel
V 8 ;' T koah, wife of is-
s permai enl n presentative to
tht United Nations, will be the
si 5p iki i ,i the event, which
.day 1971 Bonds
I Conl rence.
The Fashion Kaleidoscope will
be the 15th annual fashion show
presented by Israel Bonds. This
showcasing of Israeli styles has
focused attention on Israel s multi-
million dollar fashion industry It
al>o has helped Israel's textile an I
garment industries hoost exports
at the rite of about 20'; a year
for the past five years. Earnings
from abroad are vital to Israel's
balance if payments position.
This year's collection offers
a heritage of centuries-old skills
riK>iltilate brought to Israel by immigrants
from more than HO European
and Asian countries. It features
designs for roiuid-thwlck wear.
Including furs, haute couture
ensembles and ready-to-wear
that is available in many de-
partment stores and specialty
shs in the I'nited States and
Canada.
Some of the haute couture de-
Mrs Peere explains that "somej
six or seven years ago, when the
Women's Division first began to
feature Isra 'li fashions exclusive-
ly, retailers were scarcely aware
that Israel had a fashion industry.
Now. Israel has become an im-
portant fashion source. As a re-
sult. Israel'; fashion ISCportS have
risen dramatically and the indus-
trj is on- if the maj r entei
of that country and one of its
major employ" rs."
Part of the reason, accord
Mis. Peerce, is the all-Israel Fash'
ion Show, which over the years
has helped spotlight made-in-Israel
fashions, and in turn, has been
instrumental in opening new-
markets.
Another reason for the up-
ward splrallng of its fashion in-
dustry is that Israel, reeogni/ini;
the |>otential of fashion as a
boost to its economy, has geared
its production and marketing fa-
cilities to service American and
European o]>erations and to meet
competitive prices.
Department of Florida president |
Mrs Justine Abramowit/. ani her
committee will welcome Frances'
Forman, national president oi the |
I adies Auxiliary of the Jewish \\ ar I
Veterans of the U.S.A. to South
Florida when she arrives Friday,
March 5, to begin her official visit. ,
Miss Forman's itinerary will in-
clude a visit to Veterans Hospital j
Saturday, March 6. at 2:30 pm.
Mrs. Lee Haspil, the Department s
VAVS representative at the hos-
pital, has announced that a teen-
.'-'> choral group sponsored by the
A "Lollipoos end Roses" fashion show and luncheon will be
presented 'by the Pinetree Chapter of Women's American
OFT. tecrturing Sak a Fifth Avenue fashions for women and
children Saturday noon a! the Deauville Hotel. The partici-
pants will include, seated, (left to right' Mrs. Murray Good-
man, chairman, Glenn Goodman, Marc Cohen, Mrs. Edward
Levinson and Amy Beth Levinson. Mrs. Robert Cohen,
ticket chairman is standing. ______^^^^
But the main reason is the an-
I pare! itself which retailers and
i fashion writers have described as
exotic and practical; sultry and
sensible; unique and universal.
Inspiration for the styling comes
from the high fashion centers of
the West and the rich resources
s_:,ers who will lx' represented!! and history of the Middle East.
are Lola Beer. I.inda Abraham.
Sabina Schaechter Jedhn for
Shi lly, Kitiy Leitersdorf, Maskit.
Gerry Melitz, Gideon Oberson,
i Shafir and Pnina Shallon.
Among the ready-to-wear firms
an A'.-d. Be^cd-Or. Dorina, Elanit,
x, Galia. Gottox. Jercoli,
P.:k:na ami Rosen
mission to the show is by
minimum purchase of S2.00J in
l>ra. 1 Bonds. The presentation
will be coordinati d by Mrs. Eleanor clothes
Morris and staged by Jordan Israeli.
M.ush of Miami. Mrs. Jan Peerce,
National Women's Division Chair-
man for State of Israel Binds, will
be chairman of the event.
Mrs. Jacob Rifkin of Miami
Beach will be guest of honor at
the luncheon.
During the time when crisis af-
ter crisis has flared in Israel, when
world attenMon has been focused
on the serious economic anil de-
fense problems confronting that
nation, fashion has become the
smile on Israel's face.
Moreover, a generation of de-
signers, who immigrated to Israel
front more than 70 countries have
brought with them the crafts-
m inship and know-how learned in
their countries of origin. All of
this ; blended into the manufac-
ture of clothing that combines
Israel's culture and landscape with
the latesl fashion trends and the
mosl up-ti -date production tech-
niques. The amalgam produces
that are distinctively
Actor Is Forum Speaker
Topic of the lecture to be given
before the Spinoza Forum for
Adult Education Thursday, March
4 in the auditorium of the Wash-
ington Federal. 1234 Washington
\\.\, Miami Beach, will be "From
Pickled Herring to Caviar"the
theatre in the Catskill Mountains.
by retired actor and theatre man-
ager Henry Howard.
fRANCIS fORMAN
Department's newest auxiliary.
Pompano Beach M%. wiU e"ter"
tain the hospitalized veterans dur-
ing her visit.
Miss Forman will attend the
9 a.m Sunday Council of Adminis-
tration meeting scheduled by the'
I lepartment president, and be the
guest speaker at a noon luncheon
attended by representatives of all
18 Florida auxiliaries. Sue will de-
scribe many innovations be!
made by the national organization.
The Council meeting will be re-
sumed at 1:30 p.m. Past Depart-
ment president Zclda Glass, who
is now serving as Junior Division
inizer, will present the Junior
Division of West Miami Auxiliary
223 to Miss Forman and the De- '
partmenl tor institution.
Mis. Sophia Lee is in charge of
reservations lor Sunday's event.
Monthly Birthday Party
For RVsitlrnts Of Home
Greater Miami Women's Auxili-
ary, Jewish Home for the Aged,
will hold its monthly birthday
pacty at Douglas Gardens, 151 NE
52nd" St.. Sunday at 1:45 p.m.
Mrs. Libby Rest, life member t
the Home, who is celebrating her.
own birthday, will host this innual
birthday party. She and Mrs. Law-
rence SUverman, Auxiliary presi-
dent, will extend greetings to all
residents celebrating their birth-
days In February. Mrs. Frances
Makovsky, program chairman, will
present Pat Sorcie. soloist, ac-
companied at the piano by Olga
Biln>r Stern.
Beth El Classes Monday
Classes in Conversational He-
brew for Adults are hi Id Mondays
ii 9:30 a.m. The "Livii
vi i 's conducted by Dr. Sai
it 1 l a.m. will bel
bj "Conversation With th<
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Here are two versions of Israel's 1971 fashions, lo be pre-
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and belted shirt. It is deep gold with an avocado "Tahiti"
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firing embroidery, with fur trim. It comes with a long, sleeve-
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JM SALUTES
THE BONDS FOR ISRAEL
FASHION KALEIDOSCOPE
THURSDAY, MARCH 4, AT 12 NOON
FONTAINEBLEAU HOTEL, MIAMI BEACH
JM celebrates the 21st anniversary year of Bonds for Israel
with exciting fashions from Israel's leading couturiers
and craftsmen Included in the showing will be designs by
Linda Abraham, Gideon Oberson, Lola Beer and Gottex.
Guest speaker will be Mrs. Yoset Tekoah, wife of Israel's
permanent representative to the UN. with Mis. Jan Peeice as
fashion show chairman. The show will be presented and staged
. by Jordan Marsh, with commentary by Mrs. Eleanor Morris.
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Temple Menorah To Hear
'Report From Brussels'
Vorspan 2nd Guest
In Beth Am's Series
A two-parl "Report From Etrus-
s Is" will be given by Rai>t>i Mayer
Abramowit/. at Temple Menorah
PIERRE SAUNGER
during Friday evening and Sabbath
moniiiif.- services 'his wcr-kend.
Rabbi Abramowitz, chairman of
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the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion's Committee on Soviet Jewry,
was senl to Brussels as one ot the
Federation's delegates to this
week's International Convention
I,., Soviel Jewry, ami his sermons
for Soviet Jewry, and his first-
hand account of that four-day
conclave1 will also Inc irpo it
message from i.-.s wife, Rachel,1
who re Ived a Diplomato in Arts
degree in Soviet Studies from the
University ol Miami, and was a
United Synagogue of America dele-
gate li the convention.
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will l>e the rabbis son, David, who
was also a delegate to the Brus-
sels convention. David, chairman
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the United Synagogue Youth.
:: immer of 1970 in Rus-
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past lew months.
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day evening following Pierre Sal-
inger's S p.m. lecture on The
President and the Press A Credi-
bility Gap?" his analysis of the
. question of whether the gap is In-
evitable in view of 'he present
, world erisi s.
Mr. Salinger, who served as
j White House Hress Secretary un-
der both President Kennedy and
President Johnson, later served
briefly in the U.S. Senate. The
author of the book "With Ken-
nedy, "which has already sold over]
a million copies, Mr. Salinger was
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ejsc,i Chronicle and Collier's i
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Pstr Child Participating
In Dode County Pledgewalk
All over Darte County, students,
athletes, politicians, bwdiMttmen,
housewives, anyone and everyone
Who can walk ate now getting
ready for Satui day's March of
fcfcnes lJled*ew.alk Little Mary
Mini Mack. 8. of Santa Clara
Calif., the 1970 March of Dimes
poster child, will walk in Dado's
effort to raise funds to tight birth
A Fecta, which will begin and end
ai the Orange Bowl.
Walkers, who will assemble on
the parking lot site beginning at
1 a.m, and i hediried to st irt
about 8:30, hav< bei n asked by
Al M -yi ,", i(i the pr >j-
ec-t for Ihe Dad <' mnty Chapter,
N ion I Fo m-Marc i ol
' les i" secu pledges of so
much moi ey n> jle, for every
mile they w ii:< Anyb id) can
pledge business friends, ac-
ers Pi rsons ish ng to de
their intenti i in 1'!. dgew ilk
should -.lion. Mi Betty Lou R in
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Hotel in Fort Lauderdale. Gov.
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conference, which i observance of Brotherhood
Week.
Chase Federal Sponsor Of
Cultural Society Program
George \v. valentine, vice presl-
ck in of Chase Federal Savings and
Loan Association, which sponsors
the Miami Beach Cultural Society
.....grams in the Miami Beach Au-
litorium will welcome the quests
Thursday, March 1. at 7:.'<0 p.m.,
when the Miami Ballet will pre-
si in a varied program and popular
vocalists Anne Evans and Allen
Gildersleeve will be featured.
Allen A. Dworkis, president of [
] the Society, which presents the
! fn e programs in cooperation with
I the Tourist Development Author-
: ity. City of Miami Beach, will
si rve as chairman of the evening.
A unique, innovative educational,
program has been introduced into!
the junior high school department
of Beth Torah Congregation's Re-,
ligious School through the pro-
gramming of "mini-courses'' with
classes each Thursday from 2:30
to 3:30 p.m. .tudge Arthur 1. Syn-
der, school board chairman, has
announced.
The students were given their
choice of some 10 different courses,
each one lasting for four weeks,
and employing both the regular
members of the Beth Torah fac-
ulty and laymen who are experts
in their own specific field- as
Instructors,
Among tin courses that are ly-
ing offered are flow to be a Jew-
ish Woman in a Jewish Home.
Israeli Dancing, Moral Decisions
is Portrayed in the Ethics of our
Fathers. A Trip tu Israel. Psychia-
try and Teen ige Life. Judaism
and You, Yiddish, Changing Values
in a Teenage World, Your Religion
and your Neighbors' Religion and
Jewish Art.
Teachers Include faculty mem-
bers Hannah J/haek. Mrs. Martin
Steinfink. Mrs. Ted Goldsmith.
Missiles Reach Syria
TEL AVIV UTAi Reports
published in Lebanese papers in-
dicate that Russia is supplying Sy-
ria with Russian-made SAM-2 mis-
sile batteries. Israel political ob-
servers believe that this new ar-
rangement may have resulted from
Syrian leader General Hafez As-
sad's recent trip to Moscow. Ac-
cording to the reports. Russia has
also supplied the Syrians with
SAM-.'S's. but Israeli political cir-
cles expressing doubts as to the
veracity of this statement.
Richard Ooseri. Mrs. Irving Seidel.'
Dr. Joseph Liebenson and Mrs.
Dorothy Gruen. In addition, the
staff includes Mrs. Maxwell Weis-
berg. former president of the Mi-
ami Chapter of HadassaH, Dr. Ja-
cob Morgcnstern and Dr. Elizabeth
Benin, psychiatrists. Dr. Samuel
Feldman. Dr. William Greenfield
and Dr. Alan Gregg, psychologists
,!- expert laymen.
Rabbi Max A. Li[>schirz. spiritual
leader of the congregation also
conducts a course; the entire pro-
gram is directed by Abraham J.
Gittelsun, educational director and
Mrs. Stanley Cohen, executive co-
ordinator
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Friday, February 26. 1971
Clubs And Organization Meetings
Mrs. Jacob Rifkin Is Luncheon Honoree
JEWISH WAR VETERANS
LADIES Al XII.I ARIES
Z ic portable telephone at Vet-
era 9 Hospital will be manned by
\. jnteers from J\W Auxiliaries
tl: week as follows: Saturday
Ann Surdin and Mrs. Shirley
Gtttlob, Norman Bruce Brown;
laj H ispiial chairman Eve-
ry* Dicky and Pearl Herman. Mi-
an Beach; Monday Stella and
Upton. Murray Solomon;
lay Hospital chairman
committee, North Shore;
T: rsday volunteers from Harry
! ,h. n.
Miami Beach SM president Mrs.
Mirnie Hoppen will preside at its
business meeting and election of
1970-71 officers Thursday. Mar. 4.
it the American Legion Hall on
Alton Road.
\ ctor B. Freeclman 613's board
D ting will be helil Wednesday
8i the Home Federal in Hallandale
With president Mrs. Rae Bobbins
presiding.
Hialcuh-Miaml Sprints 681 pres-
i i Mrs. Lillian Newman. Myra
Gic>sman and Ann McCullers will
boti the JWVA birthday party in
tr> Day Care Center at the VA
Hospital Wednesday.
Abe Horrowitz 682 will hold a
L'.jtl meeting Tuesday at 8 p.m.
ir the home of its senior vice pres-
ir. -t. Mr*. Rita Saslaw. 2301 NE
IT'.th St. A regular business meet-
b will be held in Unified Hall.
Queen Mother To
Be Crowned At
ORT's Luncheon
The Southeastern Florida Region
o: Women'* American ORT lOr-
OjBJ /^tion for Rehabilitation
through Training) "Mothers to
Another" luncheon at the Djral
B- I ch Hotel, Wednesday noon will
ieatjre a "coronation ceremony" in
vkh ch a "Queen Mother" will be
crc ned and honors bestowed up-
o: her court of Crown Princesses.
. Princesses, Princesse- ind
2300 NE 171st St.. with president.
| Mrs. Riekie Cohen, presiding at
I the second nomination and election
0l officers for 1970-71 Thursday.
I March 4.
Point* Ea*t 698 will hold a joint
, Post and Auxiliary games night at
the Veterans Hospital Wednesday.
Mrs. Rose Weisaman is president.
Norman Bruee Brown 174 presi-
di nt Mis. Mae Schreiber will pre-
. its Tuesday business
ing. which will include second
ations and election of the
:s for me coming yea:
Weal Miami 223 will h.;ld its
- Hid nominations and elections
; the home of Carol Marks. 6416
SW 14th St.. Thursday, March 4.
I with Mrs. Ruth Burman. president.
I presiding, following which a guest
speaker, Dr. Richard Sneider. di-
rector of St. Luke's Center for
Drug Therapy, will be presented.
Murray Solomon 243 will hold a
joint Pest and Auxiliary games
party at the VA Hospital Satur-
day. Mrs. Judith P.litt. president,
will preside at Tuesday's nomina-
tions of officers for the coming
year at Temple Zamora.
Harry H. Cohen 723 will hold
its annual Post and Auxiliary din-
ner dance and show at the Caril-
lon Hotel Sunday at 7 p.m., Mrs.
Shirley Tragash. president, has an-
nounced.
Mrs Pauline Duke, senior vice
president of Col. David Marcus 746
will preside at Wednesday's 8 p.m.
board meeting in Parkway Gen-
eral Hospital. Mrs, Marjorie Mc-
Sherry is president.
speaker will be Mrs. Rose Kopel;
I entertainment will be provided by
I Herman Altman. accompanied by-
Florence Praisman. President is
Mrs. Gertrude Sossna.
MIAMI CHAPTER, HADASSAH
Mis. Morris M. Herman, presi-
!c nt of th. Miami Chapter, has
annovjii-d the formation of a new
group of young marrieds in the
South Dado ana. M< (ting! will b-
held on the second and fourth
Wednesday evening each month;
Mrs. Lloyd Ortow will be glad to
furnish ; irther information.
DEBORAH HOSPITAL
Judge Rhea P. Grossman, the
first woman attorney in the State
of Florida appointed to a Circuit
Court bench, will be the guest
speaker Tuesday noon when the
Greater Miami Chapter of Deb-
orah Hospital meets at the Algiers
Hotel, according to Mrs. Fay Wahl.
president.
Mrs. Jacob Rifkin. a leader in
behalf of numerous causes in the
Miami community, will be honored
] at the Thursday. March 4 luncheon
in the Fontainebleau Hotel which
I will launch the world-wide sale of
Israel Bonds, according to an an-
j nouncement made by Mrs. Jan
Peerce, national chairman of 18-
1 rael Bonds Women's Division.
Mrs. Rifkin will be the recipient
ol the Israel Freedom Award dur-
1 ing the internal I "> ,v of
the 1971 Israel Bond Fashion Col-
|i ction. Mis. Josef Teko:ih. wife Ol
Israel's Ambassador to th.- rnitod
Nations, and herself a leading
mber of Israel-: diplomatic
I corps, will be tiv -' ipeaker at
th.' luncheon. *ch. ; il d to begin
at noon.
The haute eoul ire of Israel's
designers ire':': lin'4 I. >la Beer,
| Finy Leitersdorf. Jerry Melitz,
will !> featured Ul the fashion
1 collection.
: Gideon Oborson and P.i\ ka Shafir
M. JACOB KlfKIN
AMCBICN JEWISH CONGRESS
A Purim party will be held by
Skylake Chapter. AJCongress. at
1 p.m. Wednesday ir. the home of
Mrs. Herman Friedman, president, .
Apt. 701-E, 1175 Miami Gardens;
Dr.. North Miami Beach. Members
are asktd to bring a small grab-
bag gift.
(i Ladies in Waiting.
7 mite will also be paid to all
women attending who have
s .- ited a child for one year.
Enti rtainment will be by "Gen-
t!- ran of Song" Lee Barry, ac-
< iir.panied by Mist Sally Lazari
< mar. of th" day will be Mrs.
C,. Steam, Regional social as-
ji-" nee ehairm-
: Social Assistance program
if verj heart of ORT in Israel.
Fl nee, India. Morocco. Iran. Tu-
rn md Italy," said Mrs. Leon-
Pechenik. Region President,
s and girls, orphans and refu-
gi -. vitally need the basic neces-
.- es ol I i along with vocational
tra. ine. This program provides
ncu ishing food, a clean bed in a
cheerful dormitory, clothing for
bl. -easons. pocket money re Te i-
tk r.al facilities for physical and
cv iral activities."
Mrs. Philip Stark, chairman of
th* Executive Committee, said
that during the nine decades of
its existence, ORT has trained
more than a million people, en-
ab3!ng them to take their rightful
a.rrJ productive place in society.
B'NAI B'RITH WOMEN
Officers will be elected at the
regular monthly meeting of B'nai
B'rirh Women's Council of Miami
Beach in the Hospitality Room of
the Chase Federal Bank. Sheridan
Avenue and 41st Steet. Tuesday
at 12:30 p.m.
V..B. CHAPTER ol HADASSAH
The Kadimah Group will meet
at 11:30 a.m. Monday in the Sing-
apore Hotel for a luncheon-card
party. Leona Maisel is president.
Sam Heifetz, w calls! will ei
tain at the luncheon meeting of
Shaloma Group in the Algiers Ho- ]
t, ] Tuesday noon. Mrs. Edith Sha-
piro is president.
Gus Mentz will lie guest speaker
at Monday's luncheon meeting of
lh Ha mi a SesMScti Group in the
Algiers Hotel, scheduled for noon.!
Grace Kunis is president.
The Morton Towers Group will
meet at 1 p.m. Monday in the
home of its president, Mrs. Toby
Schachter. A study on "The Power
Struggle in the Middle Fast" will
be presented.
The Stephen S. Wise Group will
meet at noon Monday in the Al- !
giers Hotel for luncheon. Guest
WORKMEN'S CIRCLE
Abraham Krashinsky. a local
musician, will be accompanied by
pianist Bina Landau when he en-
tertains at the 8 p.m. Tuesday
meeting of the I. L. Prtz Work-
men's Circle Cultural Group in the
Lyceum. 25 Washington Ave. He
will sing and talk on the life and
works of Jewish troubadour, poet
and musician Mordecai Gebirtig.
Hostess will be Sarah Weiner.
Branch 1064. North Dade and
Broward County, will hold a short
business meeting and games in the
. Washington Federal Auditorium.
699 NE 167th St.. Wednesday at
8 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. William Debin
will host tbe evening ir. hor.or of
their 50th wedding anniversary.
In honor of the 70th anniversary
of Workmen's Circle and its own
sixth anniversary, Branch 28 will
hold a concert featuring vocalist
Brucha Skulnick. humorist Her-
schel Gende!. Dorinne Stewart, ac-
cordionist and pianist Fan Kauf-
man in the Washington Federal
Auditorium. 755 Washington Ave..
at 8 p.m. Friday, March 5. Fly .
Libin and Abe Chipkin are in
charge of reservations.
Saturday evening. March 13. the
Morris & Sarah Jacobs Branch
will meet at Temple Ahavat Sha-
lom. 985 SW 67th Ave., for a re-
view of Herbert Tan's popular
book. "Heaven Help Us" by Kay
Lingston.
aja-IEF 'Operation Increase' Luncheon
. m-ij____...j intr* k~ .....
Philadelphia!-* who aiv winter
residents in the Miami area are
being invited to an "Operation In- j
| crease" luncheon In the Keystone
1 Island home of Mrs. Samuel A.
Blank Tuesday in behalf of the
1971 Allied Jewish Anpeal-Isi :e 1
| Fmergency Fund, according to
Mrs. Samuel A. Fold, vice chair-
man of the National Women's Di- I
' vision of the United Jewish Ap- j
i peal and former AJA Women's
Division chairman. Imitations
have been sent to everyone whom ;
we knew to be winter residents." >
Dr. Schwartxman Speaker
Dr. Louis Schwartxman will be
I leading the discussion of "Philo:
' His Insight into the Spiritual L'ni-
verse" at the 2 p.m. Thursday,
March 4. meeting of the Great
iJewish B.>ok Discussion Group in
" the Miami Beach Public Library.
2100 Collins Ave
Mis. Feld renortcd. "We ho[x we
haven't accidentally missed any-
one."
Guesl sneaker for the event will
be Mrs. Jerome Kipnis, chairman
of the Miami Women's Division
campaign. In addition to Mrs. Feld
and Mrs. Blank, the luncheon com-
mittee includes Mrs. Jack A. Can-
non, Mrs. J. Wolfe Golden and
Mrs. Albert A. Toll.
B'nai Raphael Auction Set
Congregation B'nai Raphael is
holding an art auction featuring
the works of such artists as Dali,
( anne. Vargas and Lautrec as
well as many contemporary Amer-
ican artists, furnished by th-'
Howard Mann Art Center Satur-
day. Mai eh 6. The 9:30 p.m. event
will be preceded by an 8:.T0 p.rn
cocktail preview.
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Variety Hospital Benefit
The opening night performance
of Sammy Davis Jr.. at the D
ville Hotel will be a Variety Chil-
dren's Hospital benefit attended
by Suburban Lei mbers and
their guests, Mrs. Morris Levitt,
president of the 175-member club
which is dedicated to aiding the
victims of cancer at that institu-
tion, reports.
A few tickets to the black-tie
dinner, dance and show night
were still available. Last minute
patrons may call Mrs. Marshal Ro-
senberg for reservations.
Conservative Congregation
Located in Greater Miomi Area,
of around 250 families
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devoting so many years to Hebrew Education oad Beth David, Pioneer
and Outstanding Congregation, on the occasion of your being honored for
Twonty Years of Devoted Service as a Hebrew Teacher at Beth David
Religious School.
To the Rabbi, President, Officers and Members MAZAl TOY.
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Mrs. Batiyah Stadlan, Vice President
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Friday. February 26. 1971
Rochelle Fluxgold To
Wed Marshall Baltuch
In New York June 20
Receptions have been held in
New York and Miami recently in
honor of the engagement of Ro-
ch.'ll, Fluxgold, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Kmanuel Fluxgold. Bay-
Bide, N Y.. to Marshall Baltuch.
the son of Mr. and Mrs. George
Baltuch, 834 Raymond St.. Miami
Beach. The co.iple will be married
in New York June 20.
Tli. future bride obtained her
(dm .: n a! Queens College of
the city University of New York,
and is presently serving as assist-
ant ordinator of ATID. the
United Syria? sue of America or-
ganization foi college-age youth.
Mr. Baltuch attended Miami-
I>a'!- .l;:nior College and the I'ni-
Versity 01 Florida. He served five
years as Yoitii Activities Director
at lv Ui Torah Congregation be-
fore .' epting t-h- directorship of
United Synagogue of America
Youth Activities in the Metropoli-
tan New York Region. He current-
ly serves as Regional Director for
United Synagogue Youth. Kadima
and ATID in the seven-state
Southeast Region.

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Traditional Purim Pastry
Yeshiva Women's Project
A special bake sale featuring
the tiaditional pastry of the Purim
holiday Hamantashen is the
current project
being conducted
by Y'eshiva Day
School Women
under the lead-
ership of Mrs.
Ham Gross.
Orders for the
tasty sweets
which .ire pre-
pared and baked
by Mrs. Gross
and her kitchen
helpers in the
Y e s h i v a Day
School kitchen, are being accepted
at th. school's office. 990 NK 171st
St.. N< rth Miami Beach.
RaCHEUl M. DIAMOND
l
Diamortd-Sukenik Rites
To Take Place Aug. 22
Mr. and Mrs. Mori is Diamond of
Rcchester, N.Y.. announce the en-
gagement of their daughter. Ra-
chelle Mirra. to Chaim Nathan
Sukenik. son of Rabbi and Mrs.
Julius Sukenik. 2820 Sheridan
Ave.. Miami Beach. The couple has
set Aug. 22 as their wedding date.
Miss Diamond, a student at
Stern College for Women in New-
York City, where she is in her
junior year, is president of her
class. Her fiance is also president
of his class at Yeshiva University
i:i New York City.
Mrs. Sf.rf 6r
Outstanding Talent To Be
Featured By Ner Tamrd
Round Town
New members of Kings Buy
Yaeht and Country Club are
Mr. and Mrs. Harold L. Fue*h-
niaii. Sir. and Mrs. JaitMS R.
Kaufman anil children John ,ind
katlicriin'. Mr. ind Mrs. Joseph
Klein and children Wendy, Rn-
aW. Karyn, Valerie and Kenneth
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Leaser
and children Cindy. Wendy. Wil-
liam. Michelle. Michael and Kev-
in. Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Saviar-
tino and children ElUsa, Victor-
La, Thomas. Richard and Kliza-
betfa, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Va-
witt and children Jonathan.
(beryl, Carol and Kara.
A number of outstanding plr-
onalil es will be featured in the
l.ith nnual concert si>onsored by, Dedication Date Set
Tem] N'T Tamid Saturday at
si; h.n there will be no in-
creas in the ticket price, the
ccmn ttee has announced.
T utstan ling talent to !>
fcaturi : in this year's variety i>n>-
gram i>l Include comedian Lou
oik ctt artist Rose Byrum,
O Edward Klein and Aaron
Si... a "genius" with musical
Instruments of all kinds. D. Dale
Regenl is serving as chairman of
the < nt. Mrs. Ixmis Cohen as
c>. hairman, and Louis Suchman
a- ticket chairman.
The first house ol unship erect-
ed on the islands forming N >rth
Baj Village will he dedicated at
' 1 p.m. April 14, it has been an-
ni need. Called the North Bay
Village Jewish Center, it is I icatt d
a' 17_'0 79th St. Cswy.
iio>n:sTir
Woman to clean and cook for
middle-aged couple in high-rise one
bedroom apartment. Sleep out.
Phone 673-1360.
HEBREW EDICATORS ALLIANCE
Extends a hearty Mazel Tov to
MR. AND MRS. MAX STEINFINK
upon the marriage of their daughter
GAIL to MORRIS SCHEINER
Rabbi Shimon Azulay
President
Gladys Diamond
Vice Presiden
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HUSBANDS BEWARE
You will have to go a long way to catch up
with Stanley Tatc. His wife Joni's birthday, was
a milestone event since "life begins at forty.'" He
sent out invitations and was only sorry that they
wouldn't "self-destruct," hut it was the best kept
t in town. He also sent engraved invitations
to himself and to Ed and Byrdie Denison which
tin date as that of the formal dinner at
"hah he was to be installed. Of course Joni w is
very annoyed. "Some way to celebrate a birth-
day, going to an installation.' she grumbled.
When their son Kenny called from Nashville.
where he is a student at Vanderbilt University,
i reversing the charges' to wish his mother a
happy birthday, poor Joni could hardly wait till
Parent's Day came around (the first of March>
to see him.
The guest's had gathered early at Westview
Country Club and their cars had been whisked
away before Joni, still grumbling, started out
with the Denisons for what she thought was
Stanley's installation. Byrdie complained of be-
ing sick and since they passed Westview on the
way to the fictitious dinner. Stanley suggested
that they stop there and get her something to
make her fool better. Everything was in dark-
ness when they drove up Kenny, who had
flown in from school and his sister. Linda, ador-
able in her first long gown, acted as hosts until
their parents arrived If Joni was the fainting
kind she would have fainted dead away when
the lights went on and here were all of her
friends. As it was, she remained in a state of
shock all evening.
The room was gorgeous, red table cloths, high
standards with pink and white carnations, baby's
breath and red tulips in bcau'iful arrangements
on each of the tables for ten. At the base of each
standard was red and white carnations and a
red heart. Across one wall was "Happy Birth-
day" in huge red letters and flickering lights.
All the beautiful people were there. Strangely
enough, there were many more long gowns than
pants outfits. It was a gay party and the music
was great. Stanley picked out some very unusual
\
IN MEMORIAM TO
Mrs. Bess Glasser
For hr many years of Devoted Dedication
AMERICIAN TECHNION SOCIETY
South Florida Chapter
Jacob R'rfkin, President
food and hors d'oeuvres. At dessert time, in came
all the waiters singing "Happy Birthday." Each
was carrying a heart-shaped ice cream cake
inscribed "Happy Birthday Joni."
Many people were there, even though quite
i few cancelled out due to the "bug" that is going
around. The guests included Mr. and Mrs. Larry
Singer, Mr. and Mrs. M irk Mathews, Dr. and
Mrs. Chuck Alenier, Dr. and Mrs. Edward Galler.
Mr. and Mrs. Simeon Speai. Mr. and Mrs. Don-
ald Koren, Judge and Mrs. Donald Barmack.
Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Somerstein, Mr. and
Mrs. Sidney Lcfcourt, Mr. and Mrs. Sanford
(Buddyi Kramer, Mr. and Mrs. Bart Cohen. Mr.
and Mrs. Isadora Hecht. Dr. and Mrs. Donald
Michnofl. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Neal Heller. Dr.
and Mrs. Jerome Raim (she's Dr. Nina Ellen-
bogen.l Ruthie Fuller (who is telling everyone
that she and Joni are going to win the National
Bridge Tournament) Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Login.
Mr. and Mrs. Perry Kaye, Mr. and Mrs. Hank
Ehernberg and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Treister.
There was one table that favored the music
of the 30s. Joni's parents and Stanley's were
seated there, and Mr. and Mrs. Morton Green-
wood, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Tatelman. Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Brantman, Mrs. Samuel Kanner and Mr.
and Mrs. George Nobil. We also saw Mr. and
Mrs. Carl Lundy and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Lelchuk.
Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Levkoff, and Mr. and Mrs.
Billy Seamon.
No one told the youngest in the family,
Jimmy, because his idea of keeping a secret is to
go around yelling "I know a secret." So he didn't
know about it until he found someone in his l>ed
i it was Kenny, who left a few hours later to go
back to school.i Joni is still in a state of shock;
it was the most glorious surprise, she says. Ev-
ery detail was planned by Stanley himself, and
as of now, the "Man of the Week" is Stanley G.
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Friday, February 26. 1971
Piano Recital Scheduled
March 13th At Beth Sholom
Israeli-horn piano virtuoso Jo-
f pto Kalichstein will be presented
. recital at Temple Beth Sholom.
JOStPH KAUCHSItIN
the final programming of
. C ilture and Fine Arts seri -
Wometco Theatres
Saturday. March 13. at 8:^0 p.m.,
according to an announcement by
Judy Drucker, chairman of the
Culture and Fine Arts committee,
Mr, Kalichstein was horn in
Tel Aviv, tsracl, but has lived in
the United States since 1967, when
he made his New York debut.
Two years later, after winning
the most significant of all piano
prizes the Edgar M. Leventrltt
Award, the 23-year-old Israel pi-
anist performed as a soloist with
the New V irk Philharmonic and
the orchestras of Chicago, Detroit,
Clevel ind, Pittsburgh, New Haven,
Buffalo ind Denver. He also signed
an Ri'A recording contract.
Tickets for the event are avail-
able at the temple office. Miami
Beach R dio Company. 1229 Lin-
coln Rd Miami Beach, and the
Allegro Music House in Coral
Gables.
Serving with Mrs. Drucker on
the Culture and Fine Arts com-
mittee are Eli Kat/in and James
S. Knopke. cochairmen, and asso-
ciate ch lirm n Mr and Mrs. Jonas
Brotman, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Com-!'-!.. Mr, and Mrs. Jack
Courshon, Mr. and Mrs. Jack D.
Gordon, M s. J ick Hartley, Mrs.
! Meyer K itli r, Mr, and Mrs. David
I >r Mr. an l Mrs. Julius Ser.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry B. Smith.
Martin Stciner and Mrs. Irwin
Teplis.
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Assaf Dayan, actor-son of Is-
Deiense Minister Moshe
n, portrays author Romain
Gary as a young man in the
comedy-drama "Premise at
based on Gary's auti-
iphical novel which opens
esday at the Twin I and
idv Tlieatres.
Melvyn Douglas
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FEATURING THE
RABBI DOV ROZtNCWAIG
Mizrachi, Israel
Anniversaries To
Be Marked Mar. 7
The 70th anniversary of Mizra-
chi, the Religious Zionist organiza-
tion, and the 23rd anniversary of
the state of Israel will he cele-
brated jointly with a dinner at the
Beth Israel Synagogue, 40th St.
and Chase Ave., Miami Beach Sun-
day, Much 7, at fi p.m. The din-
ner will also honor Rabbi Dov
Rozencwaig, spiritual director ol
the Cuban Hebrew Circle Congre-
gation.
Besides Rabbi Rozencwaig. who
distinguished himself in developing
a large Cuban-American congre-
gation, Rabbi Herschel Schacter
president of the Religious Zionists
of America, and Rabbi of the
Mosholu Jewish Center of the
Bronx. NY., will also be present
Another speaker will be Israel
Friedman, secretary general of
the Mizrachi. Since 1350 Israel
Friedman has been the director of
the tourist department of World
Mizrachi. Active in Jewish and
world affairs, at present he is in
the U.S.A. representing Merkaz
Olami Shel Hamizrachi and Di-
rector of Israel Committee of the
Religious ZionLsu of America.
Single Parents Pizza Party
The Single Parents of Miami
Beach ill hold an K:30 p.m. pizza
party at the home of Ida Gelhert,
1245 NE 171st Tcr., Friday, and
invites single, widowed or dh i !
men and women 25-48 to join.
Thos attending are asked to park
their cars between 12th and 13th
1 Avenues on 171st Street.
Youth Participate In Beth Torah
Event Honoring Abraham Gittelson
Beth Torah Congregation not only produced a 78* increase
in contributions to the 1971 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Fmergcncv Fund campaign, but also produced the largest attejj
dance ever achieved at a temple CJA-IEF dinner, Dr. Max A
Lipschitz. spiritual leader, announced.
Some 520 |>ersons attended the Dcauville Hotel event which
honored Abraham J. Gittelson. educational director of Both Torah
and his family.
The youth of Both Torah participated in this unique event h>
pledging their own funds to the combined campaign. The Unit
Synagogue Youth collected S291 and the Karen-Ami Council $501
according to student president, David Young Steve Uicoff and
Larry Bergman, chairmen for the morning Confirmation Claw
announced a contribution of $100.
Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Berger, who served as chairmen of thi
Beth Torah CJA-IEF dinner, and Judge and Mrs. Arthur Snj
announced that the temple has accepted a goal of doubling the!
li'TO contributions. Committees are presently being appointed in
an intensive campaign effort to involve all congregation families
Lodge Brothers Entertain 20 Veterans Here For R and R
Brothers Reul>on Sorkin and several I'nhersity ol Miami coei
Sidnev Wellman of Sholem Lodge. They treated the group to di
nei at the Sweden House Rest
B'nai B'rith. entertained 20 ol the I ( am, a chartered |H1S ,,-, ,
wounded veterans who come to j Biscayne Kennel Club, where
Miami each month for rest and j Patio Boom had been set asidi
recn ation recently with the aid of | their enjoyment.
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PTA Holding Purim
Carnival & Bazaar
The Parent-Teachera Associa-
tion of Temple Emanu-El will hold
Yeshiva Day School Holds
Firsl Scholarship Dinner
Stephen Zalka Sharon Kronish Sherri Orenstein Peter Schine
>
PETER SCHINE
r Jay, the son of Dr ind
Mrs L iwrence C S hlr will l> -
pomo Bar M tz\ h (n Saturday, his honor.
27, fit Temple Emanu-El
I' ter is in ili" seventh grade nl
Fisher Junior High Sch ioI
whi e lie attends Temple Emanu-
F.1 Religious School and is a mem-
i>, >| B ly Seoul Ti x i 65.
Mrs. Ethel Schine and Mr, and
Mrs. George Cohn, the celebrant'*
grandparents, ill attend the
event.
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SHKKKI ORESTEIN
Rabbi Mayer Abramowltz will
officiate when Sherri, th>' daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Orenstein
of Miami Beach, becomes Bal Muz-
van at Temple Men.ii.ih. Friday
evening, Feb. 26.
Sherri is a student at Nautilus
Junior High School, where she is
iii the seventh grade. The Oren-
- are hosting a party at home
V> celebr ite the occasion.
a I'uiim ("a vnival and Bazaar
from noon to 5 pan. Sunday on
the North Branch Bui
| grounds al 727-77th Street.
All proceeds of this annual fund-
t raising event ','o to the Lehrman
Day School of Temple Emanu-El
land the v. eek-day RcllglOUS
I Sch ol, Mrs. Louis Magid, presi-
dei I ol ih P.T.A. announced.
A cnla lranr offering merchan-
dise if all type-, plus rides, games
prizes, food, bake sale and enter-
tainment will be feature I.
The C rnival Committee in-
i elude- M .-. Gene Brodie, Bazaar
chairman: Mrs. Aaron Medow and
Mrs. Murray Kirschner. Booth
chairmen: Mrs. Zvi Adler, Mrs.
SHERYL CANTOR Morris Bickj and Mrs Myer Sil-
Friday evening, Feb. 26, during] verman. Cake chairmen; Mrs. Mor-
the worship scrvici s al BethTorah
the Confirmation Class ol 1972.
Gary's parents will sponsor the
Kiddush following the services in
Congregation, Sheryl, the daugh-
i r ol I >;'. and Mrs. Ronald Cantor.
m ill become a Bal Mitzvah.
A student In the fifth year class
'it Beth Torah's Harold Wolk Re-
ligious School, Sheryl will become
i member ol the Confirmation
Class of 197.'!.
The eelc brant will be honored
at the Oneg Shabbat which will
follow the sen ici s.
Cohen, Manpower chairman,
nd Mrs Lawrence Natal. Food
hairmnn.
MABCIA BROWN
Marcia Harriet, the daughtei ol
Mi uid Mrs. Robert Brown, "ill
be ome Bal Mitzvah at Temple
.in lea ol Coral Gables Sal irday
F b 27, 1971, al 11:15 a.m.
Marcl i i sc -nth gi ade Hon n
Student a( Carver Junior High
S iobi, "ill uraduafr Hi brew
Se lool m May. She will conl
with li r l'I aducal
llr on h ( tion.
,i ivill hosl the
ish m her hon it Helping her
i .-. ill U' her
\1. Minn e Ab -i
il esid nl
STEPHEN ZALKA
Stephi n Mark, the son of Mr.:
an I Mrs. -Saul Zalka, will! cele-
brate his Bar Mitzvah Saturday,
Feb. 27, at Temple Zion.
Stephen, a seventh grader al
Rockway Junior High School, re-
ceived the Presidential Award for
Physical Fitness as well as a
Citizenship Award He was on
the All Star football team tor the
Optimists and baseball team for
the Khoury League.
Mr. and Mrs. Zalka will host the
Oneg Shabbat Friday night and
the Kiddush following services on
Saturday. Tbere will also he a
reception al the Algiers Hotel on
Saturday evening In Stephen's
honor. Among the honored guests
will be grandparents, Mr. and Mrs
Al Zalka and Mr. and Mrs. Stan-
lcj II inter,

ARNOLD silKR
Arnold Wayne, son ol Mr. and
Mrs. Luis Sher 1715 SW 83rd Ct.,
will observe his Bar Mitzvah Sat-
urday morning, Feb. L'7, at Tem-
ple Or Olom.
Arnold, a seventh grade student
at West Miami Junior High School,
Sings in the Temple Or Olom junior
choir.
Friends and relatives will at-
tend an On^g Shabbat in Arnold's
honor following the Saturday serv-
ices. Among the honored guests
will i)c his grandparents, Mrs. Mina
Peal and Mr. and Mrs. Solomon
Sher and relatives from Chicago,
111.. Washington, D.C. and Boston.
Massachusetts.
GARY SMITH
Gary, the son of Mr. and Mrs
Benjamin Smith. \ili observe his
Bar Mitzvah at Beth Torah Con-
gregation Saturday, Feb. 27.
The celebrant, a student at the
Harold Wolk Religious School for
the past year, will be a member 0
FREDERf' SOLOW
Saturday morning, Feb. i?7, dur-
ing the services at Beth Torah Con-
gregation, Fred, pic, the son of Dr.
and Mrs. Alan Solow, will be called
to the Torah as a Bar Mitzvah.
The ci lebranl has been attend-
ing Harold Wolk Religious School
for the past three years and will
bo a nii r ol the Confirmation
Class ol 1973.
I>r and Mrs. Solou will sponsor
the Kiddush following the services
iii honor of thi occasion.
BRI < E MARG1 LIES
Obsc rvlng his Bar Mitzvah at
Ton .1 l' te-ii gation Satur-
e.-r.. Feb -', will be 1 truci, thi s n
of Ml. B0d Mrs. M i i. Mie llii s.
' fcrti i :- r i STi! I ->< u thi
ii-li i i- Sch
four years in the Con-
Thi
Ki Idush ; iw it th
shi] -
SHARON KRONISH
At Temple Bel i I.:. I lollj wood, |
Saturday. Feb. 27, Sharon Jeane, ]
-r of ti nintetrator |
Sydney l). and Mrs, Kronish, will
elebrab her Bal Mitzvah, con-
dieting the worship service and
reading from the Torah.
Marchers Invited
To Join Protest
Dade County youths and adult*
have been asked to join in a
March S march and rally protest-
ing the oppression of Jews through-
out the world, narticularlv in the
Soviet Union, The Monday dat"
was selected because it is a public
school holidav, according to Jack
Levine, coordinator.
Rabbi Isaac L. Swift, an out-
standing lecturi r and educator, u ill
be the guesl speaker al the firsl
annual Scholarship Dinner of
Yeshiva Daj School, the only He-
brew Day School in North Dade
County, al 6:30 p.m. Sunday In
thi Harry N, Schwartz Auditor-
ium of Beth Israel Congregation,
Miami Beach, according to an an-
nounccmi nl hj Irving Seidol, pres-
ident ol the -chool.
Jacob R. Modansky, Miami
Beach philanthropist and com-
munal load) r, will be guest "!
honor at the dinner, the school's
iirsl major communal event sue
its establishment last September.
Currently spiritual leader ol
Congregation Ahavath Torah, En-
glewood, N.J., Rabbi Sw ift, a
| her of the facility of the The id i
Herzl Institute in New York and
a founder of the Moriah School In
Englewood has previously held
pulpits in New York City, Sydney
Australia, and London. England
He served as chairman of the New
South Wales Board of Hi .new Ed-
ucation and was n member ol the
Standing Committee of the Exe-
cutive Council nl Australia and
Ni W Zealand.
Mr. Levine sa^d the program is j
intended "to publicize the plight
of our persecuted brethren thro i h
I a peaceful and orderlv demonstra-
I tion." It is sponsored by the He-
brew-in-Crowd chapter of Young
Judea-Hashachar. the Zionlsl youth
.....in .' hieh functions under Ha-
lassah auspice-.
M irehers have been a-1 il to is-
., lie on ih '- -- Id be-
twei n the '" m. I i ibV Pi b'ic Li-
n y md the Co il I tables Youth
,- ,n| i .. i. i h"wi
g i nl Fniv rsity Drives
.., i i i re-me Rd.
locks uth >l Mirac!
M le.
Yeshiva Day School, located at
990 NE 171st St., North Miami
Beach, offers a complete Hebrew
and religious studies curriculum
a- well as n full general studies
program from nursery through
RABBI ISAAC SW/FT
fourth grad -. \dditional les
scheduled to be added next \.
at the -chool, which is affilial rl
with the National Society for H -
brew Day Schools and meets I
the requin ments of the I'
County Board of Public Insti -
tion and the Si ite ol Florida
Proceeds from the foi tin n n -
dinner will be use! for scholursh;
to enable npedy students to her -
fit from the school's educatio I
i am.
The Roosevelt School
Shippan Point, Stamford, Conn. 06902 Tel: 203-325-2231
M. SchwonschiM, Director
College Preparatory School
GRADES 9-12 POST GRADUATE
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Faculty-Student ratio 1 to 7 Supervised Study Help
Individualized Scheduling Stress on Fundamentals
Remedial and Progressive Programming
Cultural, Athletic and Recreational Programs
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The route of I p -- m i<
woi than l'. lhe
( ; Gal le< rity H II. P
ints are aski d to brine nosti
ith them relating lo
the purpose ol the i larch.
Speakers, present irons ind Is-
hcII singing are scheduled for the
rallv at the Ciiv H ill, according
to Mr. Levine. Until then, he said,
it will be a silent march.
An eighth grade honor student, ..Mail
, John i Kennedy Junior High Cochairmanship Announced
jay Weiss, of Coastal Merchan-
School, Sharon is president of its
Futun Ti .in is of America club
and a member of the l-'loriiian
Drum and Bugle Corps.
Among the honored guests will
b hei gi andpan nls, Mr, and .Mrs.
Sydney M, c. Idborg and Mrs. Ray
ii. Rabbi and Mrs. Leon
Kronis h of Mi imi Beach, and Mrs.
Harvey Siegelman and her son,
Hi, i. ol Parsipi ianj. N.J.
dising Co. Inc.. and Jerry Halpem
Southern Win. X: Spirits have
iccc-pted the cocnairmanship o
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0f the combined campaign has
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What Sanctuary Means
Kahili I. mil.in
By RABBI SOL LAN DAI'
Beth David Congrtirarion
It has often been suggested that
Israel chose G-d rather than the
reverse. It has frequently been
claimed that the
T o r a h carried
the Jew instead
of the Jew car-
rying the Torah.
Certainly it may
he stated that
the Sanctuary -
whether it was
the Tabernacle,
the Temple or
t h e Synagogue
was to sym-
bolize G-d dwell-
ing in the
hearts of His people rather than in
its buildings.
The Torah lesson of Terumah
explains the purpose of the sanc-
tuary in its opening, key sentence:
"Speak unto the children of Israel
that they take for Me an offering:
of every man whose heart maketh
him willing ye take My offering"
Exodus 25:21. In concise wording
the people are told that they are
about to construct a unique insti-
tution which requires that even
the means of fund-raising he of a
Special nature. Consequently each
gift must not siniDly be a contri-
bution as it is for othpr imoor-
tant causes, but it is genuinely to
be an offering to G-d.
In fact if the reader has any
doubt about the text. Mosrs re-
peats it in the verv same sen-
tence- "Ye take My of ferine." This
excludes methods of collecting
monies which are ouestinnable
when used in the secular setting,
and crtninlv ar" unaoeri)t->t>V on
Nurses Association Meets
District T> and District 28, Flor-
ida Nurses' Association, will hold
a ioint meeting in the American
Rea Cross Kile.. 5020 Biscavne
BlvcL. at 8p.m. Thursday, March 4.
'What Is Osteopathy?" will be the
topic for discussion.
behalf ot the Sanctuary which aims
to concretize the Spiritual. Trie
issue is, then, how one knows
whether one has selected the cor-
rect approach in giving. There the
text too is very direct in its an-
swer: "Whose heart maketh him
willing." it says.
Perhaps the concept of the "Fair
Share Plan" which has been intro-
duced by some congregations in
our country at ieast approximates
the stipulation: Know that the
Sanctuary is but part of the es-
tablishment unless the worship-
per feels moved to be involved in
its spiritual endeavors.
It is not true that the Synagogue
cannot influence its people unless
they approach it with "willing
hearts" which are stirred to be
stirred? Jews must realize that in-
tuslng each act with the dimen-
sion of the spiritual elevates the
building of a Synagogue to a Mitz-
vah. This is no easv task for any-
one, but the reward for such an
attitude is unsurpassed, because
; the person indeed feels G-d in him.
The Sanctuary symbolizes the
I fact that this is the Lord's world:
! He is the source of life, of justice
I and righteousness. Man. who is
i half angel and half animal, half
priest and part slave is constantly
engaged in conibattinir defeat and
success, loneliness and phor.in"s.s.
hollowness and boredom, eccentric-
ity and genuineness, ritual exer-
cise and religious fulfillment.
This is to prevent the feeling ex-
nressed hv A'hert Camus in "Th"
Mvth of Sisyphus": "A world that
can he explained by reasoning how-
ever faulty, is a familiar world.
Rut in a universe that is suddenly
deprived of illusions and of light
man feeis a stranger. He is an
irremediable exile. bec-T'sc he is
deprived of memories of lost home-
land as much as he lacks hone of
a promised land to comn. Th's di-
vorce between man and his life.
the actor and his setting, truly n>n-
stitutes the feeling of absurdity."
The physical declines with time:
the spiritual increases and deei'ens
with age.
Hebrew University
V-P To Lecture On
Education's Future
The development of higher edu-
cation in Israel and its future will
be the subject of the final formal
lecture in the Greenfield Adult
Institute Sunday morning when
Dr. Bernard Cherrick speaks on
"The Future of Education in Is-
rael" at Temple Israel of Greater
Miami.
The vice president of Hebrew
University of Jerusalem. Dr. Cher-
rick has played a prominent role
in the development of that insti-
tution as one of the great univer-
sities in the world. Born in Dub- '
lin. he was educated in England,
and received degrees in Semitic
Languages and Philosophy and
conducted research in Sociology
at the London School of Econom-
ics before taking a prominent pul-i
pit in London as a rabbi.
Dr. Chorrick has been associ- I
ated with Hebrew University since I
he settled in Israel in 1947 but
has become well-known in manv
areas of the world through speak-
ing engagements in England. Aus-
tralia. Canada, South Africa and
Latin American countries. While
his emphasis is often on his work
with what is called "the university
of the Jewish people." his familiar-
ity with the educational structure
of Israel will provide an additional
dimension to Sunday morning's
lecture.
There will be no charge for the
lecture; the general public is in-
vited to attend the session, which
bee-ins at 10 a.m.
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SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Terumah
"And the Lord spoke unto Moses, saying, speak unto the
children of Israel, that they take for mc an offering' ."
(Chapters 25-27, 19)
THE SANCTUARY: Moses was commanded by God to make
a sanctuary symbolizing his presence among the people, to be
constructed according to the pattern which He would show him.
For this purpose the children of Israel were asked to make free
will offerings of precious metals, fabrics, skins of various types,
woods, oil. spices and incense as well as precious stones The
Sanctuary consisted of an outer court to which all Israelites had
access, containing the alter of burnt-offerings and the brazen
laver for the use of the priests. There was also the Talxrn tele,
which was divided into two chambers. The outer chamber was
called the Holy Place, and only the priests could enter to per-
form their sacred duties. The inner chamber was .ailed the Holy
of Holies, and contained the Ark. the most (acred article in the
S inctuary. The High Priest alone entered once a year on the
Day of Atonement.
There is a complete listing of the physical structure of the
Sanctuary, as well as the contents and furnishings in each are*.
The court of the Sanctuary was a roofless oblong enclosure. The
entrance, which was ot: the eastern side, was covered by em*
broidered linen curtains of blue, purple and scarlet.. The Ta'oei-
nacle. situated in the western part of the court, was oblonj in
shape and was divided into two chambers. The two sides were
enclosed by boards made of acacia wood overlaid with gold. The
Ark in the Holy of Holies contained only the two tablets of stone
inscribed with the Ten Commandments. It was made of acacia
wood overlaid with pure gold both on the outside and inside, with
an ornamental rim around the edge of the upiier surface. Afl it
had to be transported through the wilderness, two pairs of golden
rings were attached to either side of its base, through which piles
of acacia wood overlaid with gold were inserted. The Ark v. as
covered with a plate of solid gold screened by the wings o: two
cherubim facing each other on each side.
THE TABLE OF SHOWBREAD: An oblong table made of
acacia wood and ornamented with gold trim, it was furnished
with golden dishes, spoons, flagons and bowls. On this table WOTS
displayed 12 cakes of fine flour arranged in two rows. They were
placed fresh on the table each Sabbath by the priests who
then ate the old loaves within the Sanctuary, symbolizing man's
reliance on God for his daily sustenance. The candlestick was
fashioned out of one piece of pure gold. Three pairs of arms
branched out from its central .stem, all curving up to the same
level so that the seven lamps formed a straight line. It was
decorated with golden knobs and flowers and th.' accessories
w< re all made of gold, including lamp tongs for trimming the
a k and fire pans to carry th" burnt wick- away This golden
Menorah also slood in the Holy Place.
r^CUQlloUS 4^4
ervices
MIAMI
AH A VAT SHALOM CONGREGA
TION. 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox
Cantor Aron Ben Aron. 1
ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowitz 2
BETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N Ken.
cail Or S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard, Cantor Micheal
Kyrr 3
BETH DAVID. 2626 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau
Canto William W. Lipson. 4
I iy Ouesl Rjjeaki r 1 >r Joseph Dim-
a. topic: "Fantasy and Reality in
Edui .n ion." Saturday '.> ;i m,
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortht-
dox. 6
Traditional Role >' the Woman in th.-
Reltgloun I-iti "i '1. Community" fol-
lowed by Ones Shabbat hosted by
Sisterhood. Saturda] 8:45 a.m
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional Rabbi Max
Shaoiro. Cantor Ben Dickson 6
8:15 urn Topic: "Paying Tri-
uti Saturday 8:45 a.m. "Stand Up
-, '.a Be Counted < 15 n m : "Por-
tion <>! i-i 5 IS p in "Equality Be-
Th.- Law"
BETH TOV (Temple). 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative Rabbi Simon
April. Cantor Seymour Hinke*
. 15 Kin Quasi speaker i'"un-
joi. v Taft, topic: i Haw ks
,i 11 ,\. Follow ed by < nes SI ib-
bat boated by Mr. and Mrs H.rman
ISRAEL (Temple) OF GREATER
Miami. 137 NE 19th Street. Reform.
Rabbi Joseph R Narot. 10
y 8:15 Rabbi Barry Tabachnikoff,
"Nelson Otuecfc: Archaelogisl,
Id r, '!' achei
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L
Drazin Cantor Nathan Parnass. 11
-, '." |, ni .-in.I 8:15 p mi Bar-
\vnim I. Drailn: "The
OR OLOM (Tempie) o/os S.W. 16th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph Glix-
man. 13
Friday 5 JO p.m and 8 p.m Saturday
8:30 a.m Bar Mltsvah: Arnold Sher,
M.n of Mr and Mrs l.uis slier, vi".
i> in An, t noon services.
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TIFFRETH ISRAEL. 6500 N M.ami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein
14
Friday 8:15 p.m Sermon: "The Ideal
Laymen A Rabbi's Dream." Sat-
urday '.> a.m.
TIFERETH JACOB (Temple). 951 E
4th Ave. Conservative 15
ZION (TEMPLE). 8000 Miller Rd
Conservative, Rabbi Norman V Sha-
piro. Cantor Richard S. Browdy. 16
Friday v"'i u.m. Quasi speaker Judge
Milton A Friedman, lopli R'nal
B'rlth Bervici To Th.- Community."
Saturday 8 a m. Bar Mltsvah: Bt<
Murk. sc n ..( Mr. and Mi- Sail
Zulkii
Thii page it prepared lt
cooperation with the Greater
Miami Rabbinical Aijodatton.
Coordinator of 'he feature*
ofihrdTt'ng here it
RABBI MAXWELL BERGER
Spiritual Leade* of
Temple Zarnero
Corel 6*le
NORTH MIAMI
BETH MGSHE CONGREGATION
13600 W. Dixie Hwy Conservative. ',
Rabbi Joseph Gorfinkel, Cantor
Ben Zion Kirachenhaum. 35
MIAMI BEACH
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever. 17
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Berel Wein 18
BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rbbi Shmaryahu T. Swir.
sky. Cantor Maurice Mamches. 19
BETH RAPHAEL (TEMPLE). 1545
Jefferson Ave. Conservative Rabb.
David "taab. Cantor Saul Breeh 20
BETH SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 4144
Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kronish. Cantor David Conviser 21
Friday h:ir* p.m. S*rmon: "We No
lx.na>r RcmfmliHr Him To Be Jew-
ish." Saturday in:4."> a.m. Bar Mitz-
vah: Mi'-hael David CoBllnsky. on of
Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Cominsky.
BETH TFILAH. 934 Euclid Ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov
*y 22
TION. 843 Mtridian Avenue. 22.A
BETH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGREGA.
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CUBAN HEBKEW 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
1 Friday 5 i m and '" i> m lue* I
speaker, The Honorable Claud< Pep-
per, is Congressman, "ill dlscusx
America and the Middli Basl s.uur-i
day : a in "The w i ekl> Portion of
ih" Bible l" :'.'' a m Bar Mltsvah: '
Peter Jay Schlne, son of Dr ;>; Lawrence Schlne.

HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree .
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross. 25
CONG. AN-NELL (Branch of He-
brew Academy). 7th St and Meri-
dan Ave Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham
Ben-Hillfl. 25-A
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE 1532 Washington Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
Cantor Meyer Engel. 76
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Raobi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif 27
MENORAH (TEMPLE). 620 75th St
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram.
owitz Cantor Nico Feldman 2fl
Friday S : 1:, p ni Rai Mltsvah: Slo-rr:
Orensteln, daughter of Mr and Mrs
Samuel Orensteln Baturda) 8 a m
NER TAMID ITEM"1!). 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Conservative
Rabbi Tugene Labovitz Cantor Ed
ward Klein. 29
OHEV SHALOM. /055 Bonita Dr.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber-
man, jr
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmiaa. 31
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1542-
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi Avrohom
Groner. 32
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER. 1720 79th Street Cause-
way. North Bay Village. Conserva-
tive Cantor Carl Bender. 32-A
Rabbi Ralph P. Kingsley. Cantor
Irving Shulkea.
l"iidai v i'' p in Si 1 in n Bioth< 1
ho, .1 Month Is i\. r Saturday
, in Bar Mltsvah Robi n 1: dy, sen
.1 Dr. and Mrs l,ui em Urodj
SURFSIDE
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION.
9C93 Harding Ave Surfside. Town
Hall Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac D Vine.
M
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18151 N E. HA lL AND ALE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah F HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTESi
Caplan. 38 126 N. E. 1st Ave. 44
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER
MIAMI. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox
Rabbi Nattah Porush. 39
CORAL GABLES
JUDEA (TEMPLE) 5500 Granada
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Morris Kipper 4C
Friday s i' p m. Sacred Dance clrnup
Saturday ill", am. Hat Mllsi
Marcla Harriel Brown, daughter ot
Mi and .Mrs. Roberi Brown
ZAMORA (TE'"PLE) M Zatnora Ave
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell Berger
Cantor Nathan Zolondek. 41
FT. lAUDERDAlt
BETH ISRAEL (TEMPLE). 547 t
Oakland Park Blvd. Rabbi Sheldor.
Edwards. Cantor Maurice Neu. 42
EMANL-EL. 3245 W. Oakland Park
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Arthur J. Ab-
rams. Cantor. Jerome Klement. 4S
P0MPAN0 BEACH
SHOLOM (TEMPLE) 132 SE 11th Ave
Conservative. Raobl Morris A. Bkop
Cantor Ernest Schreiber at
HOLLYWOOD
bETH EL (TEMPLE) 1351 S 14 Av*.
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaf'e. 44
Frldaj i 'p.m.dedicated to an-
nual United Ji isli Vpp< ilgn
Jeru .1!' in < m Lighl And 1 :' Gold
11 da) 11 ni 1:..- MiliA Sha-
ron Jeai e daughti r 1 I Mi I Ml .
s> 'In. > 11 Kronlah.
BETH SHALOM (TEMPLfv. 1728
Monroe St. Conservative Rabbi
Morton Malavsky. Cantor ..-v.rfl
Gold. 44
SINAI (TEMPLE) 1201 Johcson St.
Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro.
Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun 47
MIRAMAR
ISRAEL (TEMPLE) 6920 S.W 35th St
Conservative. Rabbi Elliot J Wino-
grad. Cantor Abraham Koater. 48
MARGATE
MARGATE JEWISH CENTER. 6101
N.W. 9th St.
iKabbinical *Jel*
cvisioh
V-
rogramg
1 1.. -js
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
*DATH YESH'JRUN (TEMPLE). 1025
N. E. Miami Gardens Drive. Con-
servative. Rabbi Milton Schlinskv
Cantor Nathaniel Schub. 33
BETH TORAH NE 164th St. at 11th
Ave Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Jacob Renzer. 34
B-NAI RAPHAEL~1401 NW 183rd St
Conservative. Rabbi Charles Rubel
Cantor Jack Lerner. je
SINAI (TEMPLE) of NORTH DAOE
18801 N.E. 22nd Avenue. Reform
Ch. 10, 9 30 a n The Jewish Worsh p Hour
Host Rabbi Shapiro, I Zion
l-vii. .> Ch. 1. 8:30 a.m. The First Esl iti
Topic: "Which v.'ny Brotherhood?"
li'ist: Rev. Luth" p C. P erce
Guest: Judge R > ll Pierson, coch i on, i":
Chapter, National Conference oi Christians ind
Jews,
Panel: Rabbi Avrom Drazin, Israelite Center ind a
representative ol Archdiocese oi Miami.
Feb. 28 Ch. 7. K. B.m. Tha Siill Small Volte
Topic: America. rtlUsla, Israel Building Bri Iges"
Host: Rabbi Max Lipschitz, Ii.'th Torah
Congregation
Guest Dr. Max Arzt. vice chancellor. Jewish
Theological Seminary, New York; Dr. Esta
Aisensatd, recent immigrant from Russia
'i'.'- 1 ..I :. 11. .,',' ,|(l- .
Ifc.


Friday, February 26. 1971
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Miami Happenings
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GetMtge Dunbur Bensaimt has
been elected executive vice pres-
ident of the Coral Ga-blcs First
Nationi 1 Bank, according to an
announcement made by J. Luc-
ketl Yawn. -Jr.. president. Mr.
Bensabal received his Bachelor's
ii Economics from the
Univei sity of Miami, liis M is-
ter'a from Tulane University,
and graduated from Stonier
School of Banking. He w a for-
mer senior vice president of the
National American Bank in
New Oi leans,

Board oi i ir -ctors of
("it) N itlor il Bank of Miami
has ited Gerald \.
K< 11 i-. pri ildent, to sen e is its
n At thi same tIme, for-
; ch lit nan Leonard L.
Ah", was named chairman of
i i nk's Executive Commitl
it f>
l.eo J. ilosi'ii, president of
I i .'!> Rosei \sa i ites, [no.,
b ised a Ivertising agen-
cy, has announced the appoint-
ITli nt Of -leff Tic'rer ;i- Account
E* cutive, Mr. Tleger, formerly
with Grey A Ivertising, Inc.. New
York City, i> a specialist In 'he
field of marketing, and media
analysis. He is a graduate of
Queens Collewj Division of the
City of New York wher> he als i
did post graduate work in ad-
vertising and marketing,
person at 2:.**0 p.m Saturday
Bob MeOrath, from t >p-rati 1
show. Si -une Street and
Friends" will perform here in
Brunch Marks Sandy Surta's
'Sweet Sixteen' Birthday
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Sutta, of
1335 Sorolla Ave., Coral Gables,
hosted a brunch Sunday, Feb. 14,
in the Red Room of the ("oral
Gables Country Club marking
the "Sweet Sixteen" birthday of
tii ir daughter, Sandy, an honor
Student at (oral Gables Senior
High School, where she is in the
11th grade.
The decorationsi carrying out a
Valentine's Pay motif, included
hearts, flowers and candles in red
and white, a heart-shaped cake
and individual valentines, Sandy's
older brother, Elliott, a recent
graduate of Duke University, and
many of her young friends wen
oi hand to help h ir celebrate the
occasion.
March '-0 in Miami Beach Con-
. wilt ion Hi!!. The show will bo
[Kb* nttd by the S uth Fl iri 11
Foundati >n for Rel irded Chil-
dren, is ib -nefit for Sunland
Tl aining Center.
'
Yiddish comedian Herachel
Gendel, will be entertaining at
the Waldman Hotel during the
coming week.
'
On Saturd ly, Feb. 27. an Eco-
l F >t. al will tak place
from 9:30 a.m to 5 p.m. ii Mi-
ni Iv ach Seni ir i:. :h S 'hool,
Ave II n
promim nl sp ikers in the pi i t-
ind solu-
I ips, and film-
United National Bank cf Miami, originally
located at 80 Biscayne Blvd., has moved
its new headquarters to 631 Br.ckell Ave.
12,000 square foot bui'.dinq and its park-
ing and dtive-in teller facilities occupy an
c:ea of approximately two acres fronting on
Biickeil Avenue.
Mizrachi Chapter Meetings CI>y Service PlailS QllK'k
R i inana ('h i f Mizi
Women will hold nomination
.1 itficers 1 I it 1
; m, when .1 PtS Fl
Corn r No I 79th Strei I &
A.-. .: Tiaditional i'
delic icies v ill bo served, Mrs I aac
Bei lin pi es dent, announc
Shall i l "'i oio!- will
p. ... ,| ks regular mi '1 Inn Tu 's-
March 9, at 1 pm. in he
clubri om of 100 Lincoln I'd., the
Mi'. I in-cs Ehrenreich and Reiman,
presidium, have announced.
Miami R :,. ,i ("haDt^r will m "e*
Tuesd iv. March a at 1 p.m i-i th
i auditorium of Washington Fede i1
i.'.'l Washington Ave.. with M"<
Bitty Falk as hostess, and Mrs.
i'. ichel Kat'. president, u
members to attend 'he chu>tr"
Plirim party at Kne 1415 Euclid Ave., at 1 p.m. Mon-
' day, M irch 29.
Ahavat Shalom Youth
Join Young Judaeans
The Youth Group of West Mi-
ami's Temnle Ahavat Shalom has
ioined with Young Judaea and will
iv m eting at the temnle each
Thursday at 6:45 p.m. The group.
foi persons 13 through 15 years of
age. is open to both members and
non-members. Interested persons
are invited to call Sharon Zalis
for furthi i information.
A rami ~ i i. sponsored by the
' Sistei hood to raise funds for re-
the kitchen facilities i;
being h -1 l it the temple. 985 SW
."7th Ave., Saturday, beginning at
- i r.m
Print Chain In Israel
Copy Service, Inc., i quick print
firm v,.ill locations in South Flor-
. : I ii. Puerto Rico, has announced
[or t'ne establishment oi a
chain of quick print outl.-ts in
Israel, according to Irwin i'
.,'.ci:t oi the company.
A rapidly growing industry in
this country, quick prinl servici
uiiiiz' s offset [Hinting techniques
that provide rapid, high-quality
printing at low cost.
Plans for the network of quick
print shops in Israel call for an
investment of $200,000 over a two-
year period. In addition to print-
ing outlets in Tel Aviv. Jerusalem,
Haifa and other cities, the estab-
lishment of a centralized com-
Musical At Beth Raphael
The Sisterhood of Temple Beth
Raphael Will sponsor "The Melo-
dies -1. a musical show produced
and arranged by Isabelle Heller,
Jen Rosenberg and Sadye Padden,
with Betty DeWitt at the piano, at
7:30 p.m. Sunday at the temple,
1545 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach.
Mrs. Joseph Ginsberg is chairman.
putei Ized typi sel tin hi
I M ck said.
The computerized typesetting
center will serve the (' pj S rv-
ice quick prim outlets, and will
he the first such fddlitj iva
to Israel's publishing and printing
] lustry, riv am imated
mint will have a typesetting c -'
pacity oi more than 00 words per
minute in both Hebrew and
ish
icy go f the es-
tablishment oi the C ipj S
: [sr is to im I
the exi f printing from that
country. With total sales
llion in 19 .. Is-
. I $4.5 mill rth
of t rinti ; in that yeai, [be
ion of new computi riz
equipment expe i"d to inci is
I i" isi ael inting industi y's out-
put and productioi i corres
ing increase in exports in ih.it
field is ant icipatcd.
The first Copy Service facility
in the United States was estab-
! shed ia Miami Beach in I I
The firm, headquartered .it l.')
Llneo'n Rd has branches In Mi-
ami. Coral (' .Mrs and Puerto Rico.
KAHN
Adolf, 85, of in:.." E Broad\ leu Dr .
passed .i":'> Sundnj Camp here lo
irt ago from Ohio He uas ., mem-
ber of Temple Adalh Yeshuran
Survived by son, Robert of North
Miami Beach, daughters, Mrs Shir-
ley Kravlti of Bu> Harbor Island,
.Mrs. Loll Kraig and Mr-. Rita Ivor-
man, i">'li of "l.-\ eland, Ohio -
grandchildren, I great-gra*.idohlldren,
plster, Mrs, Bather Pramisloff f
Cleveland, i'hi<* Services were held
Tuesdas -ii Rlvelde Chapel.
The newly-elected president cf Brandeis University. Charles
L. Schottland (right) is presenting plaque of appointment as
member of the Board of Fellows to Herman L. Shaw as Mrs.
Shaw looks on. Mr. Shaw is a local and national philan-
thropist.
IEGAL NO i ICE
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CiHCUIT COURT OF THE
t L L V fc I H JUDICIAL ClrlCUIT
OF FLOKIDA IN AND FOR
? AOE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-3541
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
liKINAI.l" Alt" ullA.
l'lai.....I.
a.mai J.\ S CASTELLAN! IS
Ala ii 'll A.
l i, nuant.
Tie Amulia S Castellanos Arocha
176 Bdlson Place
Newark, New Jersej
You, Amalia .-s. Castellanos Arocha,
are hereby notified thai Bill "i Com-
plain! for Divorce has been filed
against you, and you are required t"
serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the bill "i Complaint on
the Plaintiffs attorney, PESTER M.
LOPEZ. -'"-' Roberts Building, Mi-
ami. Florida 33130 and file the origi-
nal Answer or Pleading In the offlce
of the Clerk of ih,- Circuit Court on
or before the 2nd day of April. 1971
li you fall '" 'I" so, judgment by de-
fault "ill 1^ taken against you fur
the relief demanded In the Mill of
Ci mpla o
This notice shall be published once
each week I r lour .....isecutive weeka
In THE JEWISH PI OR1DIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this -'tth day "f February,
A Ii 1971 ,
i: B 1 EATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit ui I ade i ','ii'H'.. Florida
Bj M VROVERITE KENT
I enuty Clerk
i,-iri wii r --Mil
PETER M i'"'"'
02 Robi Building
Ait i ne) for Plali
Looking pleased at the results of Oliver Houses's recent
fund-raising breakfast on behalf cf the 1971 Combined Jew-
ish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund campaign, where resi-
dents raised 30% more than last year, are (from left to right)
Samuel LeSavoy. Leo Chaikin. Harold Brandeo and Daniel
Neai Heller, prominent Miami attorney who was guest
speaker.
OH* THE AIS
HEAR
JACOB
SCnACHTEII
KAY YOU.
s.AVORITE
YIDDISH MUSIC
SVISY S'JNOAV AT NOOfc
RADIO STATION WLT0
1200 On Your Dial
SILBErtMAN. Barah Ami, 86, 7525 E.
i : ,,.-ui- Dr., M.B Riversldi
SIMONETTI, Rose, B8, M0 N E.
I'..,ol St. Kiv.tsi.l, .
TUoKErf, Uerirude, 83, 32u Collins
Ave M.B, Riverside
EPSTEIN, kebevca, S.>, -:'-' S IV. 19th
Ave Blasberg,
CELB. Leo, 7". I860 >: 10 18th Ave.
Riverside.
KONKAD Aaron, 80, no w
i"ii Ave.. M.B. Blasberg
LUSTIG. Alex, 7il. ISimi James Ave.,
M.B Riverside
MAn.ASH, Jerome, 7 imiSii Garland
Avi i;.'. erside
NUMARK. Harry, 64. 167" N.E. It'lsi
.- I .
SELIGSON. Rose, 151 N E, S2i I SI
Riverside.
SELINGER, Ida, 7:'. 65 M M Riversi I.
SIECEL. Arthui B I9l Baj It
Rlvi
SMOLOWITZ. Harry, -.'. 758 Wash-
ington Ave M.B Blasbi rg
CRAVITZ. William, si 1'iiii Jefferson
w, m B Blasberg
GINSBERG, Abraham I 63. !-"l N K
Istst. si Levitt.
hills. Joseph, i". i N E, 3rd Cl
Riverside
KAUFMAN. Louis, 66, ":! Indian
Creek Dr.. M B, Riversi Ii
KUHLWEIN. Rose. 66, 16796 N E
nth Ave ui\erside
MILLER. Eve, 66, 1601 Collins Ave.,
\l B Newman,
OGUZ. Samuel, 65, ItSl N E. 160th
Ter Levitt.
TENNENBAUM. Rose, 72.. 1510 Penn-
sylvania Ave.. M It Newman
VARADY. Andreas Adolph. 77. M"4
\ \\ 22nd St. Riverside Interment
Mi. Nebo.
SCHREiER. Hyman, 81, 'Jl'l7 Collins
Ave M n Rivet nlde
SCHWARTZ. Dora. 79, 7636 Ocean
Ter M B Ri> erside
RENIK, Ida, 52, 910 N i: 164th St.
I o in
rosner. Joseph 63, i7 El Rado,
'oral Sables Rh erside
SACHS. I.ulu M.. 7s 89.SH Byron Av. .
XI n Riverside
SCHACHTER. I llll:......
\\ XT H Levitt
BLUESTEIN. -
BURWASSER. Rnj
A\ Sl.B. I
COHEN Mho llcea Dr.,
Ilvei
FIELDS. \l.':ih m
\v. o i: Riven
noiBON, i > ~ '
KFNTER Rose, I
Dr. R
Saul Silberman, 75, of 5222 N.
Bay Rd., passed away Friday,
Feb. 19. A Miami Beach resi-
dent fcr the past 20 years, he
was president cf Tropical Park
Race Track. Funeral services
were held Sunday at Riverside
Chapel; entombment followed
at Mi. Nebo Cemetery.
LANSTEIN Israel 'A 72. 141..... t
Dr ,.mi: New man.
LERANBAUM, Rose, 83. 1"17 Mel
A> XI.B Not in.oi
pahker. Florence S., 53, M It. Xew-
m.in
pouter. Dora Walnlek, .;s, XI M.
New man
SCHAHFING. Xlonis, 67, 16416 Miami
Dr Blasbi rg.
SHAPIRO. H- man, 92, 945 Mi
Ave M.B Riverside,
STANGER. I ena Morrison, 83, XI n.
XTi .. man,
STERN. Samuel, 77. 5138 S.W. 8th St.
Riverside
BERNSTEIN. Benjamin, 76, 8001
' respl Blvd., M.B Riverside
CUTLER. Jacob, 7s. 8151 N.W. -7th
A vi Rlverslile
EPSTEIN. Samuel, 73, 2001 vv.,-! ng-
ton Ave Ml'. \, w m in
FABRICANT, Mm.on K B2, 4301
Collins Ave XI it Riverside
GLASSMAN. Donald 24, 9631 S.W 77ih
A\. nue il^ erside.
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Friday. February 26. 1971
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
AREi
your
,ih .
| M).\
\ON
111.
. Fla.
with Hi.
of I I.Hi. <
Clerk
'UlltV.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNT*",
FLORIDA
CASE NO. 71-3500
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
ALBERT Kl KX7.li:
lain tiff,
VB,
i iekesa m enzi.E,
1,1,11.1.nil
OC THERESA Ki'EX/.l.F.
i ,,.nEl ., V Bg) i,nil- \i i. .!! Se)
. hkKin notified I.. file
v, .....i, .1. i, line I., ilii-- divorce
ii..- Court's Clerk .mil nerve .1
i, ui Putlnl Iff xiinrn.:>,
2AMFT ->. KMITH, 17.12 Capital Bank
Hidg., Miami, l-'I'i nl i on or In foi
nil ,!.,> ,,l March. 1971. el-
i mpli Inl nill in laki n as onl
lated FBI! 23, 1971
E n I.BATHBKMAX, ''I EKk
BY MAHGPEHITE KENT
Depul) i l.i I.
nri '..url Seal I
2 fl :: ',-U'-lv
NOTICE UNDEK
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
.i >TU E 18 HEREBY ';i\ EN lhal
i.. undersigned, desiring i" engage
ii iium.ii-.- under Mo- flctltloui in.in,
ul .1. V. MANl'FAfTCRERS r| IJ'i
\ K I-i Street, Miami, Flu. Intend*
i. regisli i said in'iii
- (h.- Circuit ''"Ui i
El- i ill.i
.l.iSK VBRGARA
t t* 3 ',-l:-i:'
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
MiiK'i-: is iierei'-i UIVEN thai
II- undersigned, desirtilg I" engage
in business under tlie fictitious name
-,i THE SI'RPHISE I.OCNGE II at
i,.i 8.W. Sith An in- Miami, Flor-
, Inu-nd* in register said name H'lID
it.- Clerk ni the Circuit i:ourl of Dade
I Ulilv Florida
ISABEL H.M I 'EN
KBSSI ER, RtiTH, SIIKII.VHSKV ..
IJBCKEHMAX
Adorni ys for applicant
:(. :: 3-12 ]
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIOAIN PROBATE
No. 71-695
NOTICE TO CnEDITORS
I RE: Estate of
MAURICE II. SHEIN
Deceased
To All Creditors aud All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or l -in-nni- Against Bald
Estate: ;
>.,u are hereby notified and re-
quired present any chums aud de-
mand* which you ni.ii buve against
Hi. estate of .MAl'EHE B. SHEIN de-
...,-.-.! lute "i l'.i'i' County, Florida,
in Hi. County Judges m Duue County,
and riI- the Minn In duplicate and at
provided in Section ,.:.:. i-.. Florida
Statutes, In their office* hi the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
ii., lime of the flrsl publication here-
of, or the same w ill I" barred,
Bated ui Miami, Florida, Ihis 23rd
da) of February, A i> 1971
1,1 I.LI AN SHEIN
. -,| s H
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71.719
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
in RE: Estate of
MARY it imieiii.ee.
''''NOTICE TO CREDITORS"
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav- va.
Inn Claim* or Demand* Agalnsl Said MAKIJS.\t. LER.NAM e.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
No. 71-2047
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
DAY'ID, CERNANCE,
Plaintiff,'
Defendant
TO; MARLENE CERNANCE
jtesldeili UnklloM II
Vou alAHLKNti CERNANCE, axe
herehj notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been rued
agulnsl you, and you are required in
serve : cop) if your Answer or Plead-
provided in s.-.-i..... JSliii. Florida Ins to Ihe BUI o( Ctimplulnt on the
their offices In the Countj Plaintiff's attorney, KM.hi. & ai#-
Estate
> .-ii are hereb)
ed in present an)
which you may
estate ol MARY
ceased late of I lai
notified mill requlr-
i-laims and demands
have against the
R IM'EIH ER, -I. -
, i 'ount s Floi Ida to
the County Judites ol Dade
mill hi. ill, game in dunlicat
ount).
Kill IIS
I Slallll.
Courthouse in Dude County, Florida,
ivithiu six calendar months from tne
time of the flrsl publication hereof,
or the name tt ill be barred
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 1Mb
das of February, A 1> l ; TI
MAEYLEW ESSI INtiER
As E\.-,;lllli\
Flrsl publication of this nolle.....i
Ihe 2th day "f E, hruar). 1971
SIMON', HAY'S A GRl'NDWEIttl
Attorney for Executrix
""I Amsli v RulldltlE
Miami, Plorida 38132
2 26 3 5-1S Is
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-3164-D
lii RE: Estate of
ZENE A TOZER.
Deci ased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Person* Hav-
ing Claim* or Demands Against Bold
Estate;
Ynu are hereby notified ami re-
quired i" present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of ZENE A. TOZER, de-
censed late of Dade County, Florida,
to the County Judge* ol Dade Coun-
ty, and file the Mine hi duplicate
and as provided in Section 733.16, Flo-
rida Statutes in their offices In Ihe
County Courthouse in Dade County.
Florida within m\ calendar month*
from Ihe lime of the Oral publication
hereof, or tin same will be barred
Dated at Miami, Florida, this nih
day of February, A.D l71.
REX TOZER
a- Administrator
C.T.A
Flrsl publication of ihis notli e on
ill,- 26th il.iv of F-ebrunrv. 1671.
.ii ISEPH DIBARTOLOMEO
Attorney for Administrator. C.T.A
M"" Bird Road, Miami. Florida
l-KK.v ii"i N.W. i"ili Ave.. i"-1
Miami. Florida and file the oriKtnul
Answer or Pleading In the office ol
, ,i. ni iln Circuit i nun
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN lhal
the undersigned, desiring i" "**
in business under ihe fictitious names
,.f Hil'lTY ASBOCIAiUS '""'
S\)UTHERN DEVELOPERS at MM
LE6AL NOTKI
in THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN,N AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA-IN PROBATE
r.o. 71-471
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE BstaU oi
MUI.I.IK STIKMAN
XE. 'I'l'i'si'siiv.-V.' Mlanil Shores, Flo- ''t^iTiCdliots ahfl AH ParsBftii Ha<
,-i,la S313B rnlends to register said to jui^ or I.11,;l(1>. AlI:.,,^i .-..
name with the Clerk of the in.un *
';',;, a.- hereby notified and re.
,.u....i to present any claim* and d.
tale ol Mm.I-II- SI l 11MAN
,1 late ,,i l i.kIi- County, Ptoridi
unty Judge* ol Bade Usui
lut'l--
i 'nun nf Dade County, Florida
Duted Februarj ", 1971.
EDO \i: 1' SCHRAI I-
MYERS, KAPIJLN. PORTER.
I.EVINSON A: KENIN
By: EDWARD E l.EVINSOS
Attorneys rot Applicant .....
,'
the
ceai
In III
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY Hl\ EN that
Ihe undersigned, desiring to
in business under the flcllllous name
i HERSCHER BI'ILDINC wlisi at
Harbor
,,. .,,, rib Hi- sam* "I.,.:","1,'
,,l,d a- proi.....'I in Section 781 l I
a Statutes, in their ;"".-,
,,,> Courthouse In Dade Cou
calendar
ol the flrsl
r the same
he fore l he Mb day ol March, l71. ( l > -t -~> Kane Concourse, Bay Harbor
you fall lo do s<>. judKiiiein iiy d.-iauli |s|..,,1(|.. i-'u,. :;:-,i.-,4 intend t.. registei
win I,, taken against you for^ the \ ^a name with the Clerk ol!the Clr-
I rellel demanded in tin Bill ol Com- r'ourt of Dade County. '.1,l',..;'
nlaii.t .- BERNARD K HERSCHER
, This notice shall h.- published one* s EVELYN HBRS:HER
2 .0
5-12-19
H9 'ourt, .Miami. Fla
As live.-.in >
Kirst publlitillon ol this noil
,.!' .lay of February, l.s I
i M PINK El.
\ rr.i i for Exet-utrlx
: !: Pli gler H
Plorida 33131
::::ii;',
,. h week for f"Ut consecutive week*
in THE JEWISH FI.ORIIHAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, thin 1st day of February
\ I I'-T I
K. i: i.EATHERMAX. Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dude County, Horlda
Bj C. P. rori'.I.AXl"
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Si aii
ENllEl. A 11.\1.PERN
Mil" N.W. l"lll Ave IT-f.
Miami. Florida 2/S.12-19-28
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-300
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
SAVEKIO A SPAZIANTE
li. -ceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against said
Estate;
Ynu are hereby notified and re-
quired lo tin s.-nt any claims ami de-
mands which you may have against
the estate nl SAVEKIn A. Sl'A/.l
ante deceased late of Hade Coun-
ty, Florida, to the f.-uniy Judges of
Dade County, and tile tile sain- in
duplicate a'n.l as provided m Section
733.16, Florida Statutes, in Ihelr of-
fices in tin- County Courthouse In
Hade County, Florida, within si\ cal-
endar months from th- time of the
first publication heraof ot Ihe eami
n ill in barred
Dated at Miami. Florida this Isln
.lav Of January. A l>. 1971.
Marie (.' Ilamumlo
As Exeoulris
First publication of ihis notice on
il 12th day nf February, 1971
HENRY NORTON
Attorney fir Exei utrix
1 IOC Bison) a-- Building
Miami. Florida .
2 12-19-26 S .
Sl'SAX El .SON
NELSON A FELDMAN
Attorneys for Applicants
113." Kane Concourse
Bay Harbor island*. Fla. V5* g
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
Ca*e No. 71-2228
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
RANKI.IX MARK GOLDBERG,
Plaintiff,
Plorida. iiiilmi
from the Urn
ii.,ii hereof,
barred ... ,
Dated at Miami. H-.rida
,ti.v I,f l-'elil tl.ll V, AH i'-'i I
VVILIJAM STCRMAN
SAM1 EL STCRMAN
As Bx< nt.i b
Flrsl publication ol tin- i i '
ihe ISUi da) ol February, i"-l
PBOMBERG, FROMBBRO. -t
ROTH, P A
Attorney* for Executor*
sun-' M-i"- Blsi ayne BWg
ih West Plaglcr Strei I
Miami. Fla f VJ ,
it......
pul-li,
Will
this

MARIE HOLDBERO,
Defendant.
TO: Defendant
You, MARIE 0OI.DBEUG. are here-
by notified that a 1 till of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed against ynu.
ami M-u are required t-- serve a ro
.,( vl-ut Answer or Pleading lo Ihe
Bill m Complain! on the Plain till ?
attorney, STONE BOSTCH1N. H9i
X \V. Tth Si. Miami. Florida S31S3 and
file the original Answer or Pleading
in the office of the Clerk <-f ihe I lr- mg
,-uil I'outi on or before the rjth day Plainllfl
of March. 1971 If you fall lo do ho.|eR, M*8 \- COHEN. 3X West
Judgment h\ default will be mken
iiKninst you for ihe rellel demanded
in ihe Bill of Complamt
This nnii.i shall be published once
each week for four oonsecuti\e weeks
in Tin: JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL Cl RCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-1891
tGordon)
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
MILTON I' CHAMPIJN, JR .
Plaintiff,
.MARY K CHAMPIJN.
Ilefellil.lllt
To: MARi K IIAMI'I IN
IT:: Green Street
Kingston, New York
Ynu. MARY K CHAMPIJN. ul*
h.-iei.N notified ihat -i Bill ol '
plaint foi Iii%,,t. ha- l,ii (Hi '
| against you, and you are required
serve a i-o|> "t your Answer nr Pleatl
the Hill ': Complaint on the
lltornes, IT1.I.ER HRCM
..,

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO. 71-3612
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION J
' KES i Ml CBI.I I.
Plaintiff,
:\ \.\|in Ml lll.l.l
i.i iit
FEKNAN1 M I-' El.1.1
I ,,v\ II
Vou. FERNANDO kll'CELI.I, "
. for
,,..... eulnsi you,
id you 1 null 10 s< n .1
youi Answ er or Pli adliifl I" the
' 'omplainl for Divnn.....11 tin I'
, irni IRWIN H fllltlSTIE.
- w .1 Ftagler Sun 1. Miami. Flor-
. the or An etv< r 01
llcadlus hi Ihe office '! Hie Clerk
In, roull < "ourl 011 ni before Ihe
,i,| da i ol April, 1971. If you full i"
1" s... Judgment b) defnull will I--
i.k- igi you foi f de-
ni.iii'leil in Ihi Cuinnla
This notice shall be puldishi om
. h ... ,, foi four coin ullvi sveeks
, THE JEWISH PI OR1IHAN
1111XE and ORDERED in Miami.
. 11 iy, Florid* ni Hh das
Fehru
r R I.K KTHF.RM VN C
I'ireuii Court. |i.,,l- County, Florida
By; UARG1 F.RITE KEN1
i leput) I
ii 'Ircuit 'oui I
\ IN fl CHRISTIE
attorney for Plalntltl
\\ Flugh r Stn 1
.Miami, Florida
:\'6 3.: -12-19
NOTICE OF AC ..ON
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-16804
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
A \ Ml-' I EE I EA V,
Phtli
Ji IIIN DEAN,
nlant
h >H\ i ii: \ s
I ii .1" IIIN in-" vx in In
titled thai r Bill "I Comi
1 v..... hi 1 you
d you required In serve '
11 or P
,,1 1 -mi.< dnl '' [I ittoi
1 OM PATH
V \\ "'li Klreei Bulfi Ion
ami. Floi di
In \ P
the nl f the 1"
1'. nf 1..... bi fore 'he 2 d
1971 K ""i fall I .............I"
1 f,,..
tin relii : di in .in1' 1 Ii lh Bill ol
nlalnl
Thia > I hnll hi onldi hi ,1 .
e.li-h w-.et. 'ne r,,,|.-............... *
in THE JEWTHH F.........>\'
DONE i N 1 '' i''"':i n.
Florida till '.'Sr.l dm .,r Pehruar?
A D. 1971
E I: I I'A'rni'1' \ x 11
Irculf ''"in > 'i'-' '...... Plorida
njj r i' I'-1'"'1 INI)
[ 1.mile I'I, rk
filrcnit i'mii" s--.'
POI I M'K ^| ""' 'M < I-' VTII
17"n Vnrthwesl Till Sir.. t
Unite inn
Miami. Florida Jll-B <>iK-M')
Attorney for Plaintiff
t/M 3/3-12-19 w
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-4550
FRANK B. DOWLING
In RE: Estate of
GEORGES LEVY
11,., eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Person* lln
iin: Claim* 01 Demand* Agalnsl Said
Estate:
You are hereh) notified and re-
quired i" presenl an) claim* and de-
mands which >->u mi'v havi agalnsl
late .I OKI >HGE S LEVY" de-
, .1-, .1 ll.....t" I i.nl, 1 '. 'am i. l-'i,.I III...
i" th, 'i _'!> .lu.iu.....f Dade Count)'
and file Iln sun, in duplicate anil NOTICE TO CREDITORS
[imvlded in Section i3.1 I" Fhsrldu Tl, n ,,,, ,1 \n Persons Hnv-
Stalute* in their offices In ihe "'>unl) ms Demniidn Vgu list Said
1' .11 rill 1 in in Dndi 1 in Floi Ida, |,. T
within six calendar months from Ihe you nre hereby notified and requlr-
in. of the :, si publ cation i
in, u Ml hi 1 rred
Dated HI Miami. Florida, Ihis 111I1
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, ihis Ird day of Februar)
A I> 1971,
\Z 1: l.l'ATtll'RM \N. Clerk.
i'ireuii Court. Dside County. Florida
|ly: c I'n 11IDMAN
Density t'lerK
(Circuit Court Beali j/j.ij.ie.M
i.TI.'E IS IIEHEHY GIVEN thai ;:;: ';,.,,,.'rs;. '.'. vlo8S .
undersigned, desiring lo engage rl Ll.hR. HRl MfcK momm
N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
NO 71-316
FRANK B DOWLING
Es
STl 1
In HE
FAY 1
De.
tl
iNE
ill
I
Fi i" uan A 11 i"?'
SSEV W M : \X ,\
A I BERT FIELD
A* 1',.-1:... 11
Flrsl put ill ol ihlt in th
Ihe 26th daj o1 Pel runrj 1971
CAIDIN. ROTHENBERG KtHl \\
K' iRNBLCM A- ROTHENHERG
In XI A' \V KOO VN
;. in oh ltd .'.lull. Bi .. I Fl 1
2 26 3 S-IS-I!
1111 -

NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY. NO. 71-3505
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
SAl' I SEISI 'I'lii IS,
PI.....i iff.
\ s
mari \ i' seisiii:im
Defendant.
Ti : MARIA C, SI'.ISI >EI 'S
433 1 '-ni ral Phi kwu)
Anal 1 lllenl |-0
New York, Ne ^ 01
You. MARIA 1 SEISDEDOS. are
hi i, ii> notified tli.it .1 Bill of < 'om-
plainl for Divorce has been filed
agalnsl you, and you are required lo
serve .1 cop) ..f your Answer or rie.nl- j
1 Ii, |H .sen! ail) "'' 'l;fl dl III.Hi'
., insi the
... of FAY C STl iNE deci
o| 1 lade "ount) Floi da. lo Ihe 1
' \ .In-Iin of 1 lade 1 '.,.,..! >
he -........1 duplli u pro-
v nl, .1 In Seel inn 1
:... ||, till nfflci Ihi
Courilmuse In 1 ii de 1' iuni >
, w ni 11. 11\ 1 all '.'in n..... I
Inn in flrsl pu
,.1 the same w ill be ham 'I
I ,.,t. .1 ni Miami Floi I i
da) "i Janu irj \ I > 1971
in ix'EI. 1 TII.IX
v \dml Ii lot
I'n 1 publii alien ol I 't
the '-ii dii% nl February, 1971
I.ItiNELl Tl'i IX
I Attorney for Administrator
T 717 Van Buren Strei I
"">*......."" 1 ,
1 '
NOTICE OF ACION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-2402
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
,\ORM \ fTRA 1 'AIM BR V.
miff.
JOSE ENRIOCE CARRERA.
Iiefiiiilant
Ing In the Hill ..f I'.nnil 11111 mi the
Plaintiff's attorney, BFRON'SON A
I ITMAN, 612 Alnsley Building, 14 X 1:
Isi Avenue, Miami, Plorida, ::.".!:::'. and
file the original Answer or Pleading In
the ofl ..1 the Clerk of Ihe 1 'Ircull
Court 01 or before tin 30th da) nl
March, 1971 If ynu fall to di
ludgn..... i" default will be laken
you for ih. 1 eh. 1 demandi !
ni iii- Bill ..f 1 'omplainl
This mil shall In published mice
each week for four consecutive week*
111 THE JEWISH PI > IRIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED nl Miami.
i ; ,1 da) : Fl
A |. 1971
E II IE 'THERM \.X Clerk.
Dnil ,1 pint
B) M IRGI'ERITE KENT
I I. mi" I
1 ., 1 1 'ourl S- I
nr. ,\si s- ,v 1 ITMAN
.I- '' Kle' Bu
1 x 1: I 1 In
Miami. Florida
'
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
xnTii 1: is HEREBY' GIVEN lhal
1., undersigned, desiring In engage
1 11 11 .' thi Mclltlnu* n.-'iii-
.f l-TRX'ITII'f "'I R M: \ Vi'i: 1 TV
TEH .it x B TH'' sir- t. Miami
i'i.'ii Intends lo reglsl -r aid name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
.f Dads County, Florida.
IMPORT I'l'HXITI'Ri' CORP
., pint-Ids .....poratlon
Mi\ \ i'.i il I.FARM
Allorne) for fmpon Furnlturi
Corporation
Florida Corooratlon d b a Furniture
Clearance Center
2/26 3/5-12-19
I TO: DESTH \ VIPB8 522
V'thorn Hah......-1"11 1
You. ,H 'SIC ENRIQl'E t'ARRERA
an 1,.i.i,i notified Ihi 1 n BUI
1 'omnlalnl fur DU-on-e h 1 bei 1
; you, a 'nl vou..... n' 1 -
serve a cop) ol Mat 1 Answer or Plend.
Ih. || o| 1 '.,,-' ... 1 on 11
"lam,;," nltnrnev I'i'l.'i ivSi 1 &
1 ITMAN. 612 Alt Ii | Ru Id 1 Mil 1
I Florid I i", iln
Ans 1 01 i'n ndlna In Ihi nfflci
the 1 ierk ol the ClrruM '' iui I
. ihi I9ih ii..v of \i irch I! ":
ii you t'< '" 'I..... >>>' ''1
fault bi
llej domnnded In Ihi 1
i ', nn.Ia mt
Tl Is notice si nil
. 1.....1. 1 '.....
Ill THE JEWISH i'1 il'H'lAX
DONE xi "i'i ii:''i'i 1 .11 Minn
Ml da; : Pi I 1 uat i V D
i: l: I P. VI lll'.i'M iv '" ';
1 'out I. 1......
, |- 1 ,"l'l \\| .
I nutt '
. ii 1 .11 ; .
111:1 IN'SI >N A-- 1 ITM \X
mi \ insti v Build in
PI01 Id 1 '
Allot ne) for Pin
8/12
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME l-AW
XiiTli'E IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
Ihe undersigned, desiring lo engnee
In business under th.* fictitious name
nf JUST-RITE i'i RAVING MAIN
TENANf'E 8ERVICES at Dade Coun-
Iy, Flnrld-i Intends lo r.-i-ister said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade Countv. Florida
R I DAHNE
1/12-19-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Kl
h
In business miller the fictitious name
nf WESTLAVH PI. \V. \ : \RDENS Hi
ISnn West .".:: 1 il Sir.-1. Hinlenh, Flor-
ida, in'' '' 11 reglsiei jani name with
11 1. ,,1 the t Mrrull Cout I ol 1 'ad
County. Ploriila
1 'FAEI. S I.ORIF.
MARII-TN I. I.ORIE
HARRIS A.- SIRKIN P \
Atlol' foi Vppll
I kade Federal I'-ulldiui:
Mlnml. Florida 331S1
I i: 1? "f
NOTICF UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
SOTIi'K Ig IIKKKItl GIVEN
iln- iin.1, ....
in busi under II 11- 1 ,nn
ii:rsi-iier urn ding east .,i
Kk ......ui Iti) 11 irh ii
ImIii III i
ild a., no- I
th.- Circuit Court ol I 1 1
, Florida
KR NAP I > K 11 F.IISi "I ':
KVEI. \ El RSi II .
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\- me) for Anpl ctinl
1 1. nursi
Ba) HurlMii l-i.m 1- i'i
IN THE COUNTV JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV.
FLORIOA IN PROBATE
No. 70-1675
In RE: Estate of
MEYER TEMPLITZ,
I.......1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persol I
' In in-- 01 I". in.1 ml Au.mi--*. Said

are hereh) notified mid re-
nuired lo pri Mil 1 j 1 In Ims and de-
in 11 nl \.l .1, \,u ma) have agalnsl
Ihe estati ol WE> BR TEP1 IT/, di
eased lull -a 1 Cleveland, 1 thin lo the
County Judges of Dadi Cnunly, and
file Ihe s.,in.- in iinnii.ai. and as pro-
1 Kei-l : Ii Florida Slal -
ii'- in their offlci 11 ,
inili-.ii-.. in Dade County. Fkirida.
l,r Street. Miami. Florida 33ISn -
file the original Answer or Pleodli
In th.- office of the Clerk of the fir
,uit Court on "i before the I'.th day
of March, 1971 If you fall to do
judgment b) default will be tl"
..u.iii st \,,u for Ihe relief demanded
in th- Bill of Complaint
This notice shall be published once
each w-ek for four consecutive %.--
in THE JEWISH FLORID! VN
DONE AND ORDERED Mlat
Florida, this ih day of Febrttui
' i: V- I l:\THERMAX fl-rl..
1 'In mt Court, Dade Count) Fl
Bj MARGrERTTB KENT
Di mit v Clerk
" Ii
COHEN
; \\ |F ..' .Mi. 11.11 Flo Idi
_ 1: 1'.
IN THE COUNTV JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-4339
l:l
SA Ml E' II" I'M.
I ., .. .
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I All *c-rwi
' 111 I'. in.mils Agull
E
Vou -ii- hi n by notll ed ni d requli
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u luivi ..' -' the
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A- \ 1111 nli irutor TA
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Suiti One I ill l:,l Rldg
M. 11, Head Floi
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NOTICE OF SUIT
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
.NO PROPERTYi
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELFVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIOA. IN AND FOR DACE
COUNTVCIVIl_ ACTION
No 71-.-U01
ACTION FOR DIVORCE
V VY'E M VJI HI
Plan
v-
1 I'W IS MAJOR,
1 ndanl
u ilhin si \
' mi ,,; Ihe fir 1 pul
,,i ihe ^.1 in., w ill be I
Dated nl Cli >
lav "I J.11.....n All
aleudar months from the I Tf>: LEWIS MAJOR
n all.111
1 rred
hi... II
71
!
reol
20th
M x l:\ix s TBPI IT/.
As An iliari Ex., utor
Flrni nubllcnllnn of this not on
Ihe '.ih da) I"- I" 11 v 1971
HOWARD R II IRSi 'II
Al imn. \ for Al 11'
" Itl Sin M 1 Bi ii h
1 da 331 19
2 '
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV.
FLORIDA
CASE NO. 71-3159
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
V XT' IX I \ a I AGI >
H
DAVID M M;n.
I 1. fl ..I: .111.
YOP 11 \\ i|, VLAG..... Willie
* Il..... "" IVem Tn m X v X v
VRE HEREBY NOTIFIED Ii file
your written defense lo tins divorce
with ihi 1 "iin- Clerk and s. rvi n
11...... PlalntlfPf Vttorne) \'. in
/wiet A smith. i-,i-j Capital Bank
BMg Miami, Fli.riiln mi or before
Hi- j'.iti day ni March, 1971. else the
('omnlalnl will i,. taken a- confessed
dated: Pebruarv 11 1:171
E B IEATIIHHMAX. ci.-rK
B) M VRGCERITE KENT
I'i i'ir\ Clerk
(Circuit Eourv Seal)
2/26 3/5-12-19
ate 1..7 ., ;'i_'i Market Btt
San 1 mi-.. 1 ,1........ i.,_
Y"i' are HEREBY Xi.T'i
" lion for I llv.ir.e In.
filed against you and you are raoul
--I lo serve .1 rop) of your wrlttn
defi nses, II tn). 1.. Il om AINSI.EK
R PERDIE ati'.in. i for nl
whose addres 1- El, ven Flftj 1
1 Bulti ::'" I I'.i S VS Eirsi R1
"1 'iin Fla 11 Id at 'l file Ihe orb
u iih the Ii rk ol Ihi ihove aft
court on 01 before March II
"i.i 1.....: in i\ be
lered agalt ki you fot th. rein t
il in Hie 1. ...
This notice shall be nuhllstli d 1
eel..... nil 11 vi .
In Tin- t|.;\\ |^| 1 I" .|'i| n.\ x
WITNESS iin 1...... and th. ,
-'ni court ai \|. mi Florida
lit h da) nf Pi I......
i: II I E \'i |i I'' ,1 VN
A 1 1. 11.- 1 "in im irl
1. ni.- 1 'ount 1 i'i.1 1 1
B) 1' i'i H'l't v xi 1
As Danuty Cierk
' ..... C.....I <.,l,
VINS1 EE R l-'KKDIE
Attorney f-.r Plaintiff
i i-r.
1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN" ti-
the undersigned, ii.sirini! to or. 1
In business- under ihe ftctltlooa nan-
Of t'XIVKRSITY CIGARS at 35 WAV
"Ih Avenue, Miami, intends to raaisl
said name with the Clerk of th--
cult Court of Dade fount v. Flornla.
JOSE ARBOLAEZ


February 26, 1971
legist nvridtlrtn
Page 15-B
HCAl NOTKI
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71 2339
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
AKL1.NB REMECCA COOPEK.
Plaintiff
(HBOHGK A1.AN COOPER
&S$kGK AI.A.N COOPER
RRSUIENCE UNKNOWN
I ran, GEORGE ALAN COOPER,
are hen4>> i. 111 i-l that a Hill of Com-
plaint for Hi\orrc has been filed
against vou. and you an- required to
irrve a V> "'' >"Ur Answer or Plead-
ing to ill-- Hill of Complaint on the
Fhuntl't's attorney. PAUL KWIT-
NKY. 4.'" Lincoln Hoail. Mia nil Beach,
KlorMii and lilt- the original Answer
r rVin 'mi' in office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
17th d.v ol March. 1971. If you fail
to do \ judgment by defuult will be
taken aiainsl you for the relief de-
nund. In ihe Hill of Complaint
Thll" i"'ti. shall be published on. ,
each at.-k for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH Fl.oltlHlAN
' DOlVE AM' oHHEREH lit Miami,
'loridjn this 4th day of February
f,.. s'1, [ ' C(*auii Court, I'ade County. Florida
111 I. 8NBEDEN
I L. ........ 'I. ..-If
IIGAL NOTKI
IECAI NOTICE
,N.LH.EJr?^NJV JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
, ,.....No. 71-53 PRIMM
In RE: Estate of
SHI _M,\ WEISS
!'earn d
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To ah creditors ami All Person! Hav-
ing Claims or Demand* Against Said
Bat&i
Vou are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any rlalma and demands
which y..u may have against the es- '
Jte of SKI..MA WEISS deceased late i
Of ILtde County. Florida, to the Coun- 1
t>- Judged of Hade County, and file i
the WDM in duplicate and as provid- '
d in Section :.::; n;. Florida Statutes,
in their office.' In th County Court-
ii"vi" ii Dade County, Florida, with-1
in six calendar months from the lime
of th. first publication hereof, or the I
sain,- will be bam-d.
Dated ai Miami. Florida,
day of January. A D. 1971.
SKI M< 'I It WEISS
As Administrator
First publication of this notice I
Ihe .'.th day of February. 1971.
TAIJANOFF A- RADER
Attorney for Admin,s-.ralor
420 l.mcoln Itoad
Miami Beach, Fiorina
: i-IS-19-26
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
1RT
THE
LEGM NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
zi
I Circa it
SIEVE-
* KRt
420 Li i
Mlam
Attorn
I leputy Clerk
i 'ouri Seal i
STEIN. KUITNHY
IP
..in Road
le i< h, Florida
ii. mtlff
2 12-l!'-2'i
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY flfVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engagi
In bate-.:- under the fntltinus name
of AMCi'A ANTH.HB .MIHROlt
'OSil'ANV "F AMERICA at 7s:,4
N n 4ih .W'liui', Miami. Florida In-
. register said name with the
f the Circuit c.urt of Dade
Florida
STEVEN rjoijiSMiTH
l :.' I :, -1 l' -1 n
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE "S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-317
(ARTHUR W. PRIMM)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RF Estat- of
SAU.V HARK
a/k/aSAI.I.V UASSEH.MAN HAItR
Dec asr.l
To All Cre,in..i and All Persons Hav-
ing Cl.ilmn or Demands Against Saul
Estate
You ,re hereby notified and re-
quires! to presenl any claims and de-
mands m hi. h you may have against
the estate of SAI.I.Y 11AKK a k a
BALLY WASSEHMAN HAI'.R de-
ceased Int. "'. I'ade County. Florida,
to the Cunty Judges of i'ade Coun-
try, and fib- ihe same in duplicate
|.gnd as provided in Section 733.16,
Florida Statutes. In iheir offices m
the Countv Cm Mo us, in Hade Coun-
4w, Florida, within six calendar months
yfrnm the time of the lirsi publication
hereof, or the sum. will be burred.
Dated at Miami Florida, this 9th
day of February. A I"> 1971
HAKKIET CUEEN
VKIIA c. k IPBR
As Bxecutricea
First publication of this notice on
the 12th dav of February. 1971
WBPMAN AND WEPMAN. P.A.
AND JOSH RBPHI'N
Attorneys for hV-tate
407 M^n ii. Building
Miaaai. Florida ......
| 12-19-2H 1 "'
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEItEHY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in buatnem under the fictitious name
of fiSON'S INTERNATIONAL Bl
1J4C Worth Miami Avenue, Miami.
Florida Intends lo register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
i>f Dade Countv, Florida
ll Ml! FAIR, INC.
JOSH RBPHI'N
Attorney,or.lAIKFAIK.lN-'^
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-145
Tn RE: Estate of
FANNIE WILSON,
^NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To Alfcre.liiois and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or I'.niands Against Said
Estate:
You ore li.r.by notified and requir-
ed to pre*, in an> claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate af FANNIE WII.Sox. deceased
late of Dade County. Florida, to the
County Judges of Dade County, and
file the same In duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section -XA IS, Florida Stat-
utes, In their offices in the County
^Courthouse In Hade County. Florida,
within she calendar months from the
time, of th. first publication hereof,
or the. same will h- barred.
Tlated at Miami. Florida, this 11th
day of January. AD 1971.
PAFI. WILSON
As Administrator
First publication of this notice on
the 29th day of January, 1971.
SAMFKI. II. FBARLMAN
Attorney for Administrator
407 tinoobi ltd 17 A i
Miami Beach, Florida,
331" 1 '29 2 -.-12-19
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
*jfcw/s#r rkricfitr
gollcita your legal notice*
V^d appreciate your
ronage and guarantee
rate service at ieaa'
ial 37.1- <#5
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-269
.". RE Estate of
CEI.IA I.. BERLINER
I ?.. ea* ed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Person* Hav-
Ing Claim.- ,r Demand! Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any rlalms and demands
which vou ma\ have agninsl th. es-
tate ol CEI.IA l. REKLINEH de-
ceased late "i Hade County, Florida,
to 'he Cnui IJ Judges ..f Hob- Cout IJ
and :'ilc Ihe same in duplicate and
a- pr.>~lded In Her lion 73SI.IC, Florida
Statut, -, In their offlcep in the Coun-
ty Cottithousi ;n Dade County, Flo-
rida, within six calendar months from
th. lime of the first publication hen -
of. ,.r the same will be barred
Hated al -Miami. Florida, til.- 2' th
.lay of January. A l>
M .1 \ Y RBRI IVER
At* X.'lll : -.tea o>r
I-'irst publication of tins notl
the Mli day of February. W71.
HENRY NORTON
Attorney for Administrator
14.... Bis. ..en. Buildlni
Miami, Florida
2 --12-11-2'"
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
I.IIS CAPO.
Plaintiff
ZUNT1 1'A BARRIOS DE CAPO, a
Zrxil.HA RARRIOS,
t.. t. ndani
to Zunllda Barrios He Capo.
n, k a Zunllda Barrio*
Pmea Doa Isab. la*
San Juan y Martinez
I'mar del Rio, Cuba
You. ZCNU.HA RARRtOH. are
hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for Annulment or for Divorce
has l.....n filed again*! you. and you
are required to serve u cony of your
Answer or Pleading to the Hill of
Complaint on the Plaintiff's attorney,
CASPAR H AI.HHICH. CHISTOL.
ROSE AND AI.HHICH. 21 NORTH
BAST FIH.T AVENX'E, MIAMI
FM'HIHA. U.S.A. 3^131 and file the
original Answer or Pleading in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 12th day of
March. 1971. If vou fail to do so
judgment by default will he taken
against you for the relief demanded
In the Hill of Complaint
This notice shall lie published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
ill TUB JEWISH FtolMHIAN
IxiXE AND oltnBRHH at Miami
Florida, this 27th day of January AD.
E H 1 FATHERS W Clerk
Circuit conn, bade Conntv Florida
By; c .- AT KX KNDER
Penuty Clerk
(Circuit ''ourt S.-all
OASPAR It V I'HICI'
ciMsiT-iii ROSHA M HHICH
l N E FIRS r WENI'E
MIAMI Fl "'''' \ '"".
Attorneys for Plaintiff = ._,.,,..,
IN THE CIRCUIT COU
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORID* IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY. No 71-2245
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ALA VON OUVEII,
Plaintiff,
vs.
ROY AljritBD OLIVER,
I' fendnnt.
To jilt. KOY AIJ--RED OI_J\ EK
247 West Dayton
Yellow Springs Road
Fairbnrii, tmio
You. HOY ALFRED OLIVER, are
hint) notified that a Hill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you. and you arc required to
nerve a copy of your Answer or
I'leading to the Hill of Complaint on
the Plaintiff's attorney, POLLACK, i Answer
YOCOM ANH FAT1I. 17"" Northwest
7th Street, .Miami. Florida and file
the ......rial Answer or Pleading in
the office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 12th day Of
March 1971. If vm fail to do so.
judgment by default will he taken
tirainsl you for the relief demanded
in th*- Hill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
.a.h week for four consecutive week*
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND oHl'ERKH at Miami,
Florida, this ;:rd day of February
A D. 1871.
E. H LEATHERMAN. Clerk,
Circuit Court, Had. County. Florida
By: C I' Ct >PE1 AND
[ Denuty t 1.1 k
11 in uit < "ourt Seal)
POLLACK, YOCOM AND FATH
;;.." Northwest Tth street
Mann. Florida
Aitoi neya for plaintiff
2/5-l-19-2l
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
EIH'AHHO JOSE FI.ORES.
Plaintiff.
vs.
,11'I.IA HBSTITFTA HII^ACIo DH
FLORBfl
Defendant
TO: MRS. J11.1A HBSTITFTA
HL'l.ACiO HE FLORES
American "T'i
n.-an Fun.--. Cordoba, Argentina
You, JULIA RESTITUTA HFI^ACHi
DE PFLORES, are hereby notified
that a Hill oi Complaint for Divorce
has ben filed aiAainmt > ou, and you
are required to Nerve a copy of youi
or Pleading to th
Hill of
Complaint mi the Plaintiffs attorney,
TEH E. TSOVPRAKB 22" Miracle
Mil.-. Suit.- L'.'.i, Coral Cable*, Florida
83184 and file the original Answer or
Pleading in the Office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
SCUl day of March. 1971. If you fail
to do so. judgment by default will be
taken against vou for the relief de-
manded in the Hill of Complaint.
This notice shall bo published once
each week for four qonsecutlve weeki
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at .Mian-.
Florida, this 18th day of February
AH 1971
E B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Com', Had, County. Florida
By: C. I. ALEXANDER
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal I
TED H '.'Si H'PKAKE
SO Miracle Mil'. Suite 223
C.aal Cabi.-s. Florida 3P.134
TEL: (308) 443-1657
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE.
No. 70-2661
IN RE: Estate of
MINNIE IIEUK
Deceased,
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
MAKE APPLICATION FOR
DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE i- lor. by given that V '.
huv. iii.d OCR Final Report and pe-
tition lor Distribution and Final Dl -
charge as Executoni of the estate
.MINNIE IIEUK. deceased: and Hi :
on the ssnd day of February, 1971
will apply to the Honorable County
Judges of Hade Cunty. Florida, f
approval .' said Final Report and l
distribution and tmal discharge I
Executors of the .state .f ihe abov -
named ii......lent. This 35th day (
January. 1971.
E\ H I.AZARl >\V
H" 'SK Tt'l'T
josll REPH IN'. Executoi -
JOSH REPHl'N
Attorney
KIT" Washington Avenue
Miami Beach, Florida
2.--12-HI-2-
2'la-2C
'.-12
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
J( 'UN L U< il'C.I.AS
Plaintiff,
V s
i "AR< >L D I 'COLAS,
Defendant.
]-, i 'KOL H DOCOLAS
Cabanna Apia. Apt. No, 10 i
16 Brlarrllff ltd, N E.
Atlanta. Oa. :l":i2'.'
You. CAROL D. DOCOLAS, an
hereby notified that a Bill ul Com-
plainl for Divorce has been filed
agalnsl you. and you are required lo
..,^, ., ,.p\ ol your Answer or Plead- .
ing t.. the Kill of Complaint on Ihe
Plaintiff's attorney, ROBERT H,
BERN'S, BSQCIRE. 350 Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach. Florida 3313JI and tile I
the original A V tir Pli admit In
Hi.- office of the Clerk of lh< Clrcull
Court on or before the 2'.' da) of March
"71 If v..u fail to do so, Judgment
default will be taken agalnsl you I
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THI
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADS
COUNTY CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-3041
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
PBDRl I L V XX'.'I'EZ
PLontlfl
M v l: l \ T VAZQCEZ
11. f, ilar
I" MARIA T \ AZ'.'I'E/.
1530 St Nicholas Avi nui
Apt. I-D
N. n Vork, N Y.
V. u. MARIA T
herebj i ..tilled that
plaint for Divorce
agalnsl .vou. and vou
- I .
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-3874
(Dowlino)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate ol
HYMAN MOSKOWTTZ
Deceast rl.
To All Creditors and All Personii Hut
ing Claims or Demands Agalnsl Said1
Vou are hereby notified and re- |
quired lo on enl any claims and de- n, default will be taken agal is! >
mands which v..u may have acain-t .,,,. ,tl, relief .1. maniled in Ihe V
in.- .stale ol HYMAN MOSKOW1TZ ,,r Complaint.
..I late of Dade County, Flnr- This notlci shnll he published ...
ala. to the Counts Judges of Hade each V Ul consecul wei
Countv. and fill the same In dupll- ,. THE JEWISH i-'l.o|:ini A N
cati and as provided in Seel DONE AND ORDERED al Mlat
Id, Florida Statutes, In their offices In Florida, this Ifith daj of Februi
th. County Courthouse In Dade Coun- p 7
tv. Florida, w ill.in six calendar moo-' i- [.EATHERMAN, Clerk
from Ihe time of the first publication circuit Court, Dade County, Flora.
VAZUl'EZ, n *
a Bill of C01 -
has h.....1 Hi
are required
a copj "I your Answer or Pies -
mg 10 th. Hill of Complaint on 1 9
Plaintiffs attorney. OASPAR
Al HHICH OK CHISTOI.. ROSE 1
v. i.l (RICH, 21 '- 1 'I l".a~i Firs! A -
in. Miami Florida and file thi orlgi -
Am vv.-r or Pleading 111 tile offi
..r the Clerk of the Cin uii C .urt
01 hi foi. Ihe Iflth dav ol Mar.
11171. If vou fall to do so iudgm. .:
by
demanded !n Ihe Bill I
...-..- oi thl imi Will be bail, d
Daled at .Miami Florida, this 12th
day of February A H 1971
YET'!' \ M< I8KOW1TZ
As Executrix
I publli Btion of lb'-
the 1 Mil dav of February, 15*71
f..r the relief
iTI Complaint.
This notice shall h published once -.; .,;,.,...,..,,, KOOAN ^
each week for 'our roneecutlv. weeki cah.in .othi.n 1,1.1.'.. h n .
' in THE JEWISH FIjORIDIAN k">.\ l-I-l M
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Attorneyfor Executrix
Februars
It) .VI M'C.I 'ER'TE KENT
Deputy Clerk
11 'In uit 1 'ou 1 Si al 1
OASPAR It AI.HHICH
, -, Ititol, Rose and Milrich
rlheair Fli I A v. nue
Miami. FI01 ida 131 11
Attornej foi Plaintiff
i 19-26 3
Florida this Ulh day ol
AD. 1971
E B LEATHBRMAN, Cl< rk.
Circuit Court. Had. County, Florida
B) I. SNEEDEN
Hetiuty Clerk
fCIn ull Com Baal) ......
ROHERTH P.1H.NS. ESI.'I IRE
i'ai I .iia "In Road
Miami Beach. Florida 83139
Attorne) for Plaintiff
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
notice is HEREBY OIV'EN thai
the undersigned, desiring t" engagi
, business under the fictitious name
of TALENT WORKSHOP STl'HIo at
I..-. W Dixie Highway. S Miami
intend to register said name with the
Clerk Of the Circuit Court of Dado
Cunty, Florida ____
AI.l.EN C.APOI.
EDWIN B-UDOEN
2 in-2. S '5-12
r.i.r. Bis. uii" Bltlg.
Miami. Florida
2 19-26

NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
v, .-ice is HERERT civen thai
Ihe undersigned, desiring lo engage
ni business iind-r the fictitious name ,
,,f MO! [VA DISTRint'TORS at 3885
Df JJnd T.-ri-ace. Miami intends to
register said nnme with the clerk of I
,,, cin ull Court of Had.- County, ,
'".....h' RTnROMOIJ!CJ ,.,
2/19-26 S 5-12
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-733
In RE: Estate of
I.F.oN YVEIT'/.MAN
NOTICI TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which vou mav have airainst the es-
tate of LEON WEIT7.MAN deceased
late of Dade Cunt v. Florida, to the
Countv Judges of Dade Countv. and
file the same In dimllcnte and as pro-
vided fn Section 7S3.1A Florida Stat-
tes .in their offices in the County
Conrthonse In Hade County. Florida,
within six ci.bndar months from the
lime of the first nubllcatlon hereof,
or the same will be barred
Dated at Miami. Florida, this is
dav of Febntnry. ti 'WL
DOHA WE1T7.M AN-
As Executrix
First nubllcatlon of th' notice on
the "K dav of February. 1971.
It \i pit I. RERNSTBtN
Attornev for Executrix
523 South Washington Boulevard
Sarasota. Florida HB77 f -,.,2-19
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
KOTICB IS HEREBY OIVEN that
undersigned, desiring lo engage
! in business under Ihe fictitious nami
I of AMBRRRIT KENNELS, AMER-
HRIT ANIMAL INN. THE PET
COUNTRY CLUB at s!T7 S W 134th
Street, Miami, Florida Intends to
register said names with the Clerk <>f
the 1'-r. int Curt of Dade cunty.
Florida.
Amurbril Animal Inn South Inc.
2,i:-19-26
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-437
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In REl Estate ot
ARTHUR s. ALEXANDER
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Agalnsl Saul
Estate:
Y'ou are hereby notified and re.
quired to present any claim? and de-
mands which vou may have against
the estate of WITHER S ALEXAN-
DER deceased Int.- of Hade County.
Florida, to the County Judges of Hade
County, and file the same in dupli-
cate and as provided In Section 738.-
If,. Florida Statutes, in their offices
In the County Courthouse In Dade
County, Florida, within six calendar
I months from the time of the first
I publication hereof, or the same will
be barred.
Hated at Miami. Florida, this !>th
day of Fi bt ui'-v. a.h. 1971
BERTHAs ALEXANDER
Ai Executrix
Plrsl publli .....n of tins not 1
the 11th day of Fi hruary, 1971.
SPARRBR. 7.HMEL. ROSKIN &
HEIl.BRONNEfi P.A.
Attorneys for Bertha s. Alexander
' N Risen) e r.lvd., Miami. Fla.
2 19-26, 3 5-12
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
VOTTCB IS HBRBBY OIVEN thst
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious names
of FOI. CENTER. MO: WB-LJAM
it BERRY, HI).: Ron CWTffl
MD AND Wit t.lAM H BERRY
MP PA Intends to register said
name's with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court "f |v.d.. Countv Florida.
SOI. CENTER. M D AND
Vi' T !A R BERRY M T>
PPflPHlSt'OV M. ASSOCIATION
BPARrtFR. 7I"**WT,. ROSKIN A
HTTHRPONNER. P A.
AHornex-s for A"Hcanta
IMI N Blsnarne Blvd.
Miami. FI* 33142 >W_M a/5.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBRBBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of vVIEHHi: SAMPLE SERVICE pi
4s"7 East in Lane. Hlaleah. Florida
Intends to register said name with
he clerk of the Circuit Curt ot
Dade Countv Florida _
HBA-TAR, INC.
OBRALD BILVBBMAN
Attornev foi H.-a-Tar. Ine
Lid Hob.-rts Iluilding, Miami. Fla
2 2 :i 5-12-19
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS IIFRKIIV c.IYEN that
the undersign, d. desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of HOUIA FASHIONS at 4t'x:. r^ist
10th Avenue. Hialenh, Florida intends
to register said name with the (n.-rk
of the Circuit court of Hade County.
BBR MAR F-A8HTON8, fNC.
S 19 6
NOTICE UNOFR
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERERY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t" engage
in business nnder the f1""-;;,'".- 1'7rn','
of OROVB RECORDINO STI'DlfJ nl
3870 Kumouat Avenue, Miami, Flor-
ida intends to register asm-'
with the Clerk of the Circuit < ourt of
Had,- County. Florida
Michael sto-'- -v-.'vi '-
MARSHALL R FISHER. ATTY
78M-A S W 104th Street
Kendall. Florida MU*^.,, |yf.|J
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY. NO. 71-2801
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
GENEV7EVE BROOKS,
Plaintiff,
vs.
ROBERT RROOKS. JR.
Defendant.
You. RORERT BROOKS. JR., are
hereby notified thai s Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you, mid you nre required to
serve a' copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Hill of Comnlalnt on
the Plaintiffs attorney. MARSHALL
It FISHER. 7914-A S W HMth Street,
Miami. Florida 3S15 and file the orig-
iial Answer or Pleading in Jhe of.
fire of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before the 2l'.th dav of March,
1971 If you fall to do so, hldgrliont by
default will he taken agalnsl you for
ihe relief demanded in the Hill of
Complaint.
This notice shall he published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH l.T OltTHIAN.
DOVE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida this 11th day of February
a r> 1971
B H I.EATHBHMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court, llnde Countv. Florida
By: C P COPE1.ANB-
Beoutv Clerk
fCireult Court Seall
MARSHALL H FISHF.R
T"!4-A S W. 104th Street
Miami. Florida 3315* ,,. 8^.U
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBRBBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
111 business under the fictitious name
of CITY AI-TO RECOVERY BCREAH
nt 1711* S.\V. 27ih Avenue. Miami.
Florida Intends to register said nama
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of I)nde Countv. Florida.
THE CENTURION LEO ION INC.
2,7.-12-19-26
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THS
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 71-3099
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ANTHONY HAY SIEOMAN,
Plaintiff,
MARGARET .I SIEOMAN,
I ', fondant.
TO MARC \l:l."i" .1 SIEOMAN
.:" < lumen Hike
Milioid. 1 -hi..
Yo. MARGARET .! BIEGMA
are hereby notified that a Bill of I'm -
plaint for Divorce lias been fllcs
agalnsl you. and you are required
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead -
ing to th." 1 '.ill of Complaint OUth
plaintiffs attorney. MICHAEL
ill \SH. 1...... S.W. Third Avenu-
Miami. Florida 33129 and f.ie th
original Answer or Pleading in tV
office of the cierk of the On u
Court on or before the 1 : tli 'lav
Man h, 1971. If you fall to do SI .
judgment by default wall be tak
against you for the r.-li.-f demanded
mil of 1 'omolnlnt.
notice shall be published on
.ach week for four consecutive wee
In THE JEWISH Fl.oHlHlAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miai
Florida, this 17 day of February A
1971.
V. H LEATHERMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court. Hade County. Florli
By: MAROCERITE KENT
Denuty Cl.rk
i.'ii-.nit Curt S.-all
M 11-H \ RI. P 1 'HASE
1...... s W Tl It 1 ^Vi nue
Miami. Florida .....
Attorn, y for Plaintiff
2 19-gC. I 5-11
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT O"
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 71-2940
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
CASPEK HELLINi I,
Plaintiff
FRANCES ROSB HBI.l-iNO ,
I lefendant
To MRS FRANCES
ROSB BELIJNO
i:i'. wavecrest Avenue
H infi.ld Park. New Jersey
Vou FRANCES HOSE BBLUKO
are hereby notified that a Hill 0."
cmpiaint for Divorce has been file*
against you. and you are required to
s.-rve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Hill" of Complnint on t^
Plaintiffs attorney. ANGELO A. AI.'
BSQI'IRB Suite 410 Roberts Bulldh -
It Weal Flagter Street. Miami. Flo-
rida SS1S0 and file the original Answ-
er or lM.a.ling in the office of tV !
Clerk of the Circuit Court on or hefor
the 2f.th dav of March 1971 If you fa;'
t,. do so, judgment by default will be
taken against vou for the relief de-
manded In the Hill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published one
.ach week for four consecutive week"
In THE JBWISB FLORIDIAN.
DONE and ORDBRBD at. Miami
Florida this 16th day of Fcbruai
. A.D. 1971
I E it I BATHBRBAK, Clerk,
circuit Court. Hade County, Florida
By: c p COPBLAND
Denuty Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal!
ANOElO A \l.l. ESQCIRE
Suite 410 Roberts Rulldlng
2X West Fla-ler Street,
Miami. Florid* Mlllfl
Attorney for Plnintlff
2/19-26 3/5-1J


Page 16-B
JewlsiitlcrXtton
Friday. February 26, lj
ACTION SPECIALS j Wife
GIANT
49-OZ
BOX
S LAUNDRY DETERGENT
I FYNE TEX
RIB LAMB CHOPS
.. I 1 "T
SHOULDER CHOPS
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LIMIT ONE BOX EITHER BRAND PLEASE WITH OTHER PURCHASES OF S 10
OR MORE EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
C s
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= ^^ = = TOP US CHOICE. US GOV T GRADED U S GOV T INSPECTED
i gain 39 i LEGsp:
S 1 69
LOIN LAMB CHOPS g
i ENZYME OR BLUE box ^ Mp 11 J^; I rib LAMBCHOP* $149 =
= LAUNDRY DETERGENT ^ M L = ..** 1
FYNE TRIM LB.
89

99
It
Roasting Chickens
FARMER GRAY
U S GRADE A
5-LB AVG
LB
49
QUICK FROZEN
PACKED
IN MAINE
TOP j S CHCmCE WESTERN
Chuck Roast
IB
69'
TOP U S CHOICE WESTERN
TOP U 5 CHOICt wtsitxr* QQC
Fresh Ground Chuck lb o9
TOP U S CHOICEWESTERN A Ac
California Roast ib 951
TOP U.S. CHOICE WESTERN
CHUCK STEAK
TENDER
79
C JUICY
LB.
SAVE 10c DIVIDER PACK CHUN KING d. _
SHRIWP BEEF TuBKEV 4JVL. 0||(
5 OZ
BOTTLE
19'
Chow Me in mushroom chicken... can
SAVE 4c
Chun King Soy Sauce
SAVE 4c CHUN KING
Chow Mem Noodles
SAvf. : |c PlNSAPPtl PiNK GRAPEFRUIT
Dole Juice Drink 3 cans I
5 0Z OQ <
CAN -3
ll 5< RICEIAND -
Long Grain Rice
74'
FLO-SUN
ORANGE
JUICE
QUART
CONT
25
FOOD
FAIR
SUPERMARKETS
FEATURES EFFECTIVE THRU SATURDAY. FEB. 27TH
AT AUL FOOD FAIR AND FREDERICK'S STORES
"US STAMPS
SAVE MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS
YOUR BONUS WITH EVERY PURCHASE
INCOME TAX Prepared here!
pi
PtOMPT SftVtCI NO APPOINTMENT
1 *jfe SAVE TIME AND WOtY HAVI
,0 ANO TOUR TAX PREPARED BY
*> fc QUAUfMD TAX CONSULTANTS
CMKX YOU* HX IAI STOP! KM AOOHtl NtAttlT to.
FRESH i-"ED
Fryer Livers u 59
59
59
Fryer Drumsticks or Thighs u
Fia .- rPADE :B?S" ICED //HOLE
Fryer Legs or Breasts with ribs ,e
FLA G A GRADE A FRESH ICED
FRYER QTRS.
LEG
QUARTERS
AVAILABLE AT STORES WITH -.<. NTEF.
All rHEESE AND IUNCH MEATS !
fOuR ORDER an! N SPIAY FOR YC
SAVE 10c SEAITEST LIGHT N LIVELY ^^Z^lflc
RICH S OR LONGACRE ALL WHITE MEAT
TURKEY tm
ROLL.....HALF
Black Forest Liverwurst
New York Style Pastrami
Freshly Smoked Sable 99
QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
98
99'
69'
39
i O L D E
Cream Style Corn
BREAST
QUARTERS
__STCEl' OlC En
...
Fordhook Lima Beans
21707
CANS
i6o:
. CAN
Cut Green Beans 3
Bavarian Sauerkraut
.... ....... ..
Cherry Strudel
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AN
16 OZ.
AN
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49'
35=
79
23
59
FOOD FAIR FRESH BAKED
1-LB LOAF
CRACKED WHEAT
BREAD
27
CL'P
Creamed Cottage Cheese
All FLAVORS __
Master's Yogurt...............2 cups 39c
FOOD FAIR OR KRAF' S NATURAL Aftc
Sliced Swiss Cheese.........pkg: 49
OLD MILWAUKEE BEER
6 99c
SAVE 64, ON
2 SIX PACKS
LIMIT 2 SIX PACKS PLEASE WITH OTHER
PURCHASES OF SS OR MOIE EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
1 IB
.PKG.
59
Sliced Wide Bologna
'"' _
Armour Star Franks 59*
HI ."CN
Kosher Franks or Knocks
i: z
i >.
79'
ACTION BONUS! SAVE 18<
GRANULATED
SUGAR
11 WESSON
= = OIL 24z
= DIXIE
= CRYSTALS
FOOD FAIR
5 LB. = = ALL PURPOSE
- BAGI 1 OIL
LIMIT ONE BAG PLEASE WITH OTHER PURCHASES OF SS
OR MORE EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
24-OZ
.........BOTTLE
LIMIT ONE BTL EITHER BRAND PLEASE WITH OTHER PURCHASES Of S 7
OR MORE EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
39
29
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r,i*L)EN
Crisp Pascal Celery stmk 19c
GARDEN FRESH GENUINE __
Idaho Baking Potatoes 10 ba. 79
GOLDEN YAMS
VISIT OUR FINE SEAFOOD DEPTS.
.. ..
Halibut Steaks........................lE 89c
RIN> It
Frozen French Fries 3 2 99(
Downy Flake Waffles 3 99
GARDEN
FRESH
CAROLINA
3 33
MACKEREL
FLORIDA
CAUGHT
39
C
LB.
SAVE 4c CHUN KING FROZEN
5-COURSE DINNER
11-oz.
PKG.
75
- CHICKEN
BEEF
SHRIMP
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