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The Jewish Floridian
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Began in 1927?
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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T]TewisHi Floiridiiairi
ime 44 Number 10
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH MEKVf
Miami, Florida Friday. March 5, 1971
Two Sections Price 20c
rael's President At Bond Conference

In unprecedented worldwide
fp\ will be launched in Miami
ch this weekend in order l i
the State of Israel the eco-
lie resource.-; to promote Its
tinicd developmi .it and bol-
its hjpv's- for a just peace.
r..! !" President, Zalman Slut-
joined the more than 2.000
jmtmt from many parts of
I'nited States and Canada
ting in Miami to initiate an
uric campaign for the sale
tOO million in Israel Bonds.
list twice the $211 million
in 1970.
lie 1971 International Inaug-
[ Conference for Israel Bonds
opened this week at the
tainebleau Hotel, will spot-
3ight tlv < conqmic problems
facing Israel in a year of criti-
cal decis.on." Sim Rothherg, gen-
eral chairman of Israel Bonds,
declared. "The conference comes.
at a time when heightened de-
mands for defense threaten to
jeopardize Israel's future de-
velopment, and when a lack of
resources may endanger its eco-
nomic survival," Mr. Rothherg
said.
President Shazar's initial \ i--
it to Florida to address the In-
augural Dinner Saturday eve-
ning inidersciiri's the importance
which Israel places on the Israel
Bond drive as a major source of
capital to sustain its economic
development.
Dr. Joseph I. Schwartz, who
retired last September after 15
years as vice president and chief
executive officer of the Israel
Bond Organization, will be hon-
ored at the dinner for his 40
years of historic service to the
Jewish people in Europe, Israel
and America.
The musical program will fea-
ture world-famous tenor Jan
Peerce, of the Metropolitan Op-
era Company in a mixed pro-
gram of operatic arias, folk
songs and traditional Hebrew
ISRMLI UABtKS SAY
'No Withdrawals
From Key Areas'
SAM ROTHBEKG
M. JOSEPH /. SCHWARTZ
PRFS/DENT IALMAN 5HAZAR
melodies. Mr. Peerce, who has
toured the Soviet Union under
the auspices of the U.S. De-
partment of State, was the first
American ever to sing at the
Bolshoi Theatre in Moscow.
The conference is also the oc-
casion for the initiation of two
new Israel Bond issues the
Fifth Development Issue and
the Third Development Invest-
ment I8ue aptTCKatinK $1
billion. The S400 million which
the Bond Organization plans to
sell this year will come from
these new issues; the balance
Will be offered for sale in 1972.
Since 1951. when the Israel
Bond Organization was estab-
lished, a total of more than $1.6
billion has been realized from
the sale of Israel Bonds in the
United States. Canada and other
parts Ol the tree world, it was
announced.
Mr. Rothherg and Louis II.
Boyar, chairman of the Board
ol Governor! of the Israel Bond
Continued on Page 3-A
By Special Report
UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. -
George Bush, the new U.S. Am-
bassador to the United Nations,
denied that Israel has been sub-
jected to increasing pressure as
the Middle East ceasefire dead-
line approached.
It had been reported that the
delegates from France, Great
Britain and the Soviet I'nion
were exerting pressure on Israel
to soften its position on with-
drawal from the territory occu-
pied during the Six-Day War.
Israel's position was restated
by Foreign Minister Abba Khan
last weekend in an interview
broadcast over a military radio
station. After admitting that no
official decision has yet been
reached on 'peace boundaries,
he went on to emphasize that
Israel would not withdraw from
"the nervous points around
which war could break out."
and said these were Sharm el-
Sh> ik. guarding the entrance to
the Strait of Tiran. the Golan
Heights, from which the Syrians
shelled Israeli settlements before
the 1967 war, and Jerusalem
where the Jordanians had con-
trol piior to that conflict.
"If we withdrewe from th'-se
1 I u es," he said, "we would havn
an unhealthy situation which
would reo|>en the possibility of
renewed warfare."
Israeli officials had earlier de-
clared they would risk losing
American economic aid rather
than withdraw from all the oc-
cupied territory captured in the
Six-Day War.
Premier Gold Meir declared in
a Tel Aviv speech, "The Ameri-
cans know full well the lack of
American financial aid will not
cause Israel to make any con-
cessions in matters that are
vital for its security."
In a speech delivered before
the inaugural session of the Pal-
estinian National Council Sun-
day in Cairo, Egypt's President
Anwar Sadat declared, "There
can he only one Middle East
peace solution, and that is the
Arab solution."
An official Soviet statement
circulated by Tass Sunday de-
clared Israel's attitude has
structed any peace move and
hailed Egypt's "positive stt
News Briefs
Conference Ends
lwnwasser, With Bitterness
Terrorist
System vulnerable Exchanged
Anti-Aireraft
TEL AVIV IWNS1 Military experts here state that the
Isrteli Air Fore, strengthened by U.S. shipments of jets, electronic
quipment ami othei sophisticated devices, is capable of quickly-
destroying 1-vpts Soviet-built anti-aircraft defense system, if war
should break out upon the expiration of the current cease-fire
extension on March 7.
Kosher Meals For Patients
LONDON (WNS> The Department of Health and Social
S,rity has granted the Chief Rabbi's office $6,000 per year to
ay for kosher meals requested by patients in British hospitals.
Kosher meals are now supplied on request by the kosher meals
,cBce> at 50 hospitals in London and Manchester.
rt Offieials Alerted
ONDON (WNS1 Interpol. the international police agency,
hat warned airport and airline officials that seven members of the
Palestine Liberation Front are known to be m Europe and are be-
liewd to be planning a new series of airliner h;jackings.
Soviets Tamper With Mail
BRUSSELS IWNSI Joel Gang, editor of the news bulletin
Focus oi, Soviet Jewry" reported that Soviet officiate were appar-
ently tampering with mail sent by Israelis to relatives ,n the Soviet
Uni. ll' sa,d that .U Soviet Jew. had presented a peft.on to
Soviet otlicals complaining that official invitation forms were mtss-
^ from letters received by Soviet Jews though the letters all said
2 Site uorc enclosed. J-nvs seeking exit permits must present
documentary proof that they have relatives in Israel and have been
invited to go there.
TEL AVIV (JTA) Shmuel
Rosenwasser, 52-year-old-Israeli
watchman who was kidnapped
by terrorists from his post at
Metullah on New Year's Eve,
1969 and spent 424 days in cap-
tivity, was returned to Israel
Sunday.
Rosenwasser was released by
his captors in exchange for a
nortorious terrorist. Mahmoud
Hidjazi, who was serving a life
sentence in an Israeli prison
and who had originally been sen-
tenced to death. The prisoner ex-
change was effected at the Leb-
anese border post of Ras el
Nikura under the auspices of the
International Red Cross.
Rosenwasser. who had been
moved from Jordan recently to
a guerrilla encampment near
Damascus was escorted to the
Israeli lines only after Hidjazi
was placed in a car and driven
into Lebanon. The Israeli went
to a police station for a medical
check-up before being taken to
his wife and daughter who now
live near Haifa.
Rosenwasser's release followed
Continued on Page 7-A
BRUSSELS tWNSi The
three-day World Conference on
Soviet Jewry ended with many
delegates bitter over its refusal
to |>ermit Rabbi Meir Kahane.
national chairman of the Jewish
Defense League, to address the
conference and his subsequent
detention and expulsion from
Belgium several hours after he
had arrived from New York.
Rabbi Kahane*. press aide Sam
Shoshan. and Dov Sperling, a
Russian Jewish emigre from Is-
rael were permitted to remain
in Belgium.
Though Conference leaders
denied they had any part in
Rabbi Kahane's detention and
explusion, and Belgium secur-
ity officials said they had on
their own initiative expelled
Rabbi Kahane from the country
"temporarily" to prevent any
disruption of the Conference.
Bertram Zweibon. the JDL's le-
gal counsel, charged Rabbi Ka-
hane's expulsion was due to the
request of Conference leaders.
Rabbi Kahane charged the
Jewish leadership in Brussels
had "pressured the government"
to expel him and said he knew
the names of those Jews who
had urged the action.
Bitterness among Conference
delegates increased on the final
day when Menachem Beigin.
leader of Israel's Gamal Party,
declared "time was past wh-ii
Jew. denounced other Jew-'' a
slap at the Conference state-
ment castigating the JDL and
its leader. The Conference lead-
ership was attacked by movie-
director Otto Preminger for its
refusal to permit Rabbi Kahine
to speak. Rabbi Kahane's right
to speak was also defended by
Paddv Chaycfsky. the play-
wright.
But the delegates put aside
their differences when Israel's
former Premier. David Ben-
Gurion. addressed the closing
session. Speaking in Hebrew,
he declared "This conference
bears witness to the devotion of
the Jewish people to Russian
Jews." "We fight for the right
of Soviet Jews by clean means.-'
he continued. "The Russians
themselves and there are mil-
lions and millions of decent Rus-
sians will understand our
struggle."
In his address. Rabbi Arthur
.1. Lelyveld, president of the
American Jewish Conference, de-
cl ired We cannot and shall not
moderate our insistance on the
right of our brothers to leave
the Soviet I'nion.
The 800 delegates unanimously
adopted a resolution affirming
their solidarity "with our Jew-
ish brothers in the Soviet Union"
and urging the Soviet authorities
"to recognize the rights of Jews
who so desire to return to Israel,
and to let those who stay rxcr-
dse their right to live in accord
ith their cultural and religi >us
heritage."


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fJenistincrfdian
Friday March 5, ljyj

CJA-IEF Events Produce
Increased Contributions
li was the most Inspiring ami heartwarming meeting I have ever
ati nded," Joseph H. Kanter, general chairman of the 1971 Combined
Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund campaign of the Greater -Miami
Jewish Federation, declared.
He was commenting on the Cuban-Hebrew community's gala Din-
ner-Dance, at the Deauville Hotel last weekend, some loo persons con-
t iv.till over $200,000 to the 1971 campaign effort.
i Schw artzman, executive
"It as an unprecedented out-
ing of spirit and concern for
our Jewish community in Miami
., rn for the survival of the
." Mr. Kanter said.
There are about l.ooo Cuban-He-
brew families living in Greater
Mi Kanter pointed out,
and more than thr< e quai ters ol
- will mike contribu-
s to the campaign.
Dr. G rg( Feldenkrels, who was
l ored for his outstanding I
during his three years as
man of the Cuban-Hebrew
unity's CJ *-IEF i fforl said
i $20 1,0 10 total commitmi nt
d by
; contributors last year.
directi r, an l Mr. Berger.
v.'h >n the mnual Combined Jew-
Rally for Jewish Schools
: recently at Temple
n i-El, according to I.....nard
ent of the Bureau ol
- i Education, i7 schools par-
ited with a total delegation
Oi It! students. The rally was un-
ii i thi iir ciien oi Herbert V.w
gsociate director of the
Bureau.
The Combined Jewish Appeal
aign will te in the
h April. A :
Ition has be< n made that at
least 50rl of the funds raised in
1 h.....s1 Ken n Ami progi am
dged to the pn sent Com-
lewii Appeal- Israel Emer-
Fund Campaign.
Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion is also publishing a special
Combined Jewish Appeal Bulle-
tin for all teachers, edited by Dr.
Rabbi Sol Landau, president "t
the Rabbinical Association ol
Greater Miami and spiritual lead'
ol Beth David Congregation,
will be the [uesl spi aker at tin
Point View Apartment's Combined
J wish Appeal-Isi a I Emerj ei <
Fund campaign breakfast meet-
1 Ing Sunday, according to Stanley
Stein, chairman of the coin-
\ CJA-IE !' Committee. The
will in In Id in the Ten ace
Room of the North Building.
The Committee arranging the
event includes Mr. and Mrs.
Zacarias Bramnick, Mr. and Mrs.
I: win Fisher, Mrs. Stanley 11 I
Mrs. Hel n Hatz, Mrs. Henrj
i.'irseh. Mrs. Charles L. Joseph,
our B. Liebman, Arthur
: i ami Richard Silbert.
More than 400 members of the Cuban-He-
brew community turned out for ils dinner-
dance on behalf of the 1971 Combined Jew-
ish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund cam-
paign, where Joseph H. Kanter, (left) general
chairman of the 1971 Combined Jewish Ap-
peal-Israel Emergency Fund campaign; Dr.
George Feldenkreis, chairman of the Cu-
ban-Hebrew Committee; guest speaker !s-
rael Amitai, David Egozi, dinner chairman,
and Herman Heisler, chairman of Initial
Gifts, posed for the cameraman.
Sol C Shaj Re dona! Chair
ol ; Cent il Miami Beach
ana of the 1971 Combined Jew
ish Appeal Israi l Emi i
Fund campaign, has anno
that I).-, Irving U hrman, spiritual
li ader of Ti mple Emanu-El and
CJA-IEF assa iate i hairman, will
Ih- the guest speaker Sunday
March 11, al (he Si acoasl Towers
i breakfast meeting.
The meeting, scheduled foi
a.m. in the Seacoast Towers Fivi
Restaurant, will be sponsored by
Elias Bergman. Herman Bishins,
Jacob Kram, Sol C, Shaye and
l.ocds Stern.
Newman Final Speaker In
Temple's 'Town Hall' Series
Edwin Newman, one of Amer-
ica's outstanding newsmen and
commentators, who Men Is hi- S o-
donic wise-cracking with percep-
tive common-sense reporting, will
wind up Tempi.' Kmaliu-KI's An-
nual "Town Hall" Series on Wi I
nes ty, M rch 31. His top c will be:
"What Ads Ann rlca A I
for the Future."
A.- i reporter who has "beei
there" when the newsmakers made
the news, and is .m aekn IW I
commentator on this scene, New-
in in has few rivals is ., stu lent
of thi Americ : leal areri i
Harry A. Levy is chairman and
Mrs. Jacob Katzman is cochair-
man of tins series. Tickets an
available throu h the T
Emanu-El office.
Dropsie, Community leaders Attend All-Day Conference
Nearly 100 ci i n Ity lead, rs i
: thi i eei Conl i i
I mmunication foi P i rn ss
,i the Duponl Plaz i Hot I undi i I
iinl sp i sot lip "i Dropsi
Lr.iversity, I
Ihi F rida Intern itional L'nivei
sit;, ol Miami. The all-daj o
: in conjunction w ith
esl
Soil:. Handleman Communii
c. nter at Dro
Droi participants inch
ton Ei
nd D S
Is r -' nl weri Josi ph Hani
i m ho i ndowi I iu C nl
. Phillip ''
.; a ish News" D
Charles Pi rrj pres
International
:
1', i: iter Miami :
I
I
I
I
Dade'a Mayor To Speak
Steve Clark, M iyoK of Dad
County wll
Olo n S in l ij March 7
i.m.
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Friday. March 5. 1971
+Jmisi> ncrkfian
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Israel's President At
Bond Conference
Diplomats Help Mobilize
Support For Israel Bonds
i ..tilmil.-d from Page 1)
' ii-f,.. :/:ition. are (M>r\1nj; M
chairmen of tin- Inaugural C'on-
\>-mv.
Thf conference cochairmon are
Man Abrams. chairman of the
Bond drive in Greater New
D. LOU HARRIS
York 1 icob M. Arvey. honorary
chairman of the Chicago cam-
paign; Leo Bernstein, execu-
tive vice president of Israel
Bond*; Harold J. Goldcnberg.
chairman of the 1971 National
Campaign Executive Committee;
Ira .Iden. president of Israel
Bonds D. Lou Harris, national
.hai .tn of Israel Bonds in
Canada; Joseph Meyerhoff of
Huitimorc, Md.; Raymond G.
Pen man. Philadelphia chair-
man: Julian B. V'ene/ky, na-
tional chairman for Regions;
and ? ugene L. Wym.ui, Bond
chairman for Los Angeles, Calif.
Rharpry Increased expenditure*
on < nmse have made Israel
Diurr iic'iN'iKii'iit upon Israel
Bend* this year than ever lu--
lon r the resources to pro-
mote its economic growth and
lo provide the bousing ami Jobs
lor 50.000 new Immigrants who
lire nspectad to enter the ooun-
Irj In 1911, Mr. Rothberg polnt-
-iI on"
Hi I so emphasized the need
>r '. expansion oi industry in
the non-defense field to enable
Israel to shift from a wartime
. a peacetime economy with-
out risking substantial unem-
ployrm nt In the transition period.
Mr. Rothberg said that a quota
hi $4W! million hail own adopted
lor I9*l to provide the funds
lor 75% of Israel's ISM million
Dovefepmrnt Budget this year.
I'iiIpsk these funds are forth-
. i.nitnt. he SSatai) Israel OMSBSi
hope to achieve a sound ami
?". Thr opening session of the
. onferpnee was a luncheon meet-
ing featuring the world premiere
of the 1971 Israel Fashion Ka-
leidoseope. and inaugurating
the 1971 eatnpalan of the Na-
onai Women's Division of the
Israel Bond Organization, ol
which Mrs. Jan Peeree is chair-
in. Mrs. Yosef Tckoah, wife
rsrael'S Ambassador to the
I'nited Nations, was the prin-
>. i speaker at the luncheon.
Gerald ne Fitzgerald, the noted
o on picture and stage actress.
is a ipecial guest.
(.;. lian Jewry this week of-
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ficially launched their campaign
to attain a record $25 million in
Israel Bonds as part of the world-
wide campaign. Many pace-
setting purchases were made at
a series ol events in Miami prior
to the opening of the Interna-
tional Inaugural Conference for
Israel Bunds, according to D.
Lou Harris, national chairman
for Israel Bonds in Canada, who
predicted overwhelming success
for the Can.idiaii campaign.
Climax of the activities was
the Canadian Guardian Dinner
at the r'ontaineblcau Hotel
where more than 400 persons
Joined In honoring Albert J.
Latner, chairman of the 1971
Bond drive in Toronto. Henry
Blatt, a member of the Israel
Bond executive in Canada, was
dinner chairman.
Also honored was Mr, Latncr's
father-in-law, Arthur Wein-
slock, who has been a leader in
Toronto's Bond program since
its inception. Among those par-
ticipating In the tribute to Mr.
Weinstock were Col. Jacob Mon-
baz, consul general in Montreal.
the principal speaker, and enter-
tainer Kmil Cohen.
Two of Israel's leading diplo-
mats. His Excellency Michael Co-
may, Ambassador to Great Brit-
ain, and Shimon Alexandroni, eco-
nomic minister to the United
States, mad special visits to Flor-
ida this week to help launch the
extraordinary campaign to sell
$400 million In Israel Bonds dur-
ing 1971.
The two men appeared at a
number of meetings in Miami
Beach to mobilize advance sup-
port for the International Inaug-
ural Conference for Israel Bonds.
Mr. Comay also spoke at a Trus-
tee Dinner in Palm Beach where
more than $4 million in Bonds was
sold last Saturday evening.
Both men were welcomed by
enthusiastic audiences. Their re-
port- on the political and eco-
nomic situation stressed the Im-
portance of Israel Bond sales for
Israel's continued survival and
growth.
In Palm Beach, 200 key Jewish
leaders responded to Mr. Comay's
words by purchasing some $4 mil-
lion in Israel Bonds, Sam Roth-
berg, genera', cnairman of the Is-
rael Bond Organization, reported
Chairman of the dinner was Jo-
seph Meyerhoff of Baltimore. Mil..
who was assitsed by Mrs. Simon
H. Fabian, Benjamin S. Hornstein.
and Fred Pomerantz of New York,
and Louis H. Salvage of Boston.
cochairmen.
Mi. Comay spoke at a Trustee-
Builder Dinner in honor of Mr.
Rothberg at the Eden Roc Hotel
in Miami Beach Sunday. Louis H.
Boyar, chairman of the board of
governors for Israel Bonds, pre-
sided.
The Israeli ambassador also ap-1
nearer! at the Canadian Guardian !
Dinner, the Golden Trustee Dinner
and a dinner for residents of Chi-
cago. Tribute was paid to Ira
Guilden, president of the Israel
liond Organization, at the G ilden
Trustee Dinner for Bond subscrib-
ers Of $50,000 or more for 1971.
Mr. Alexandroni's schedule in-
cluded appearances at receptions
for residents of Pittsburgh Tri-
State Detroit, New York. New
Jersey and New England, and a
St. Louis brunch hosted by Mr.
and Mrs. Morris A. Shenkrr.
RjSt at the Pittsburgh Thi-
State reception was Philip Baskin,|
chairman of the Pittsburgh Israel
and Mrs. Abe Green. Max Abrams,
Israel Bond Campaign Chairman
for Greater New York, presided
at the New York reception.
The New England reception at
The Seasons was hosted by the
Campanelll brothers, Michael. Jo-
seph, Nicholas and Alfred, promi-
nent real estate developers and
buillders in Florida and in the
Northeast.
$38.50
Week 1969 Mod ell
Iris Milage anywhere in So. fIs.
A. A. AARON RENTALS


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WASHINGTON There has
been very little excitement about
it, but the fact remains that the
Soviet.- have "blinked" percept-
ibly in the Middle East. The
"blink" (in Dean Rusk's sense of
the word i has not been recog-
nized, in turn, because s) few
people have been willing to
the terrible potential m........
of the Soviet military prepara-
tions in Egypt.
The preparations, now com-
plete in almost every detail, have
been for a Soviet-supported
crossing of the Suez Canal by
the Egyptians. That meant the
Soviets were contemplating sup-
porting the Egyptians In a gn al
h s Voiume 44
Friday, March 5, 1971
Number 10
8 ADAR 5731
We Welcome Israel's President
We are used to greeting American Presidents in this
pert of the country, but the visit of Zalman Shazar, President
of Israel, is an occasion to which Greater Miami's com-
munity of 300,000 Jews has been looking forward with
great anticipation.
Zalman Shazar in many ways represents the Jewish
epitome. Scholar, poet, author of Israel's Declaration of
Independence, he is coming here to help launch the 1971
Israel Bond campaign. For, like so many of Israel's lead-
ers generals as well as politicians Zalman Shazar is
a man of action as well as a man of culture.
While the International Inaugural Conference for Israel
Bonds which got under way this week is world-wide in
scope, it is with a special sense of pride that we in Greater
Miami join in welcoming the distinguished President of
Israel to our community. May his visit be blessed with the
success that campaign to sell S400 million in bonds for the
economic development of the Jewish state so well deserves.
Holiday Shows Jewish Spirit
The story of Purim may be one of questionable au-
thenticity but it is one that the world, if not tradition, will
never let the Jews forget.
Whether it is a Hitler-Haman, or a Nasser-Haman or
the disguised Hamans of Russia, Poland and Iraq, the fact
and not the legend of continued Jewish resistance to op-
pression and extermination is as real today as it ever was.
For, as the Talmud tells us, though traditional festivals
may be neglected, Purim will never vanish because the
sad events that created it will recur again and again.
But, true to its pagan origins, Purim is a gay happy,
foolish holiday that shows the Jewish spirit in the face of
adversity. And it is a time which we seem to have
forgotten in our emphasis on Chanukah for remembering
the poor and sending gifts to friends.
Leadership Facing Dilemma
Israel's great satirist, Ephraim Kishon, pointed out:
"The world expects deeds from Israel, but only words from
Egypt" in his comments last week on the dilemma con-
fronting the leadership of the Jewish state. For it seems
that the Egyptian leaders may now be actually offering to
make peace and a divided Israeli government has not
yet been able to adjust itself to this change from Nasser's
"no peace, no negotiations, no recognition" position.
The word "withdrawal" is an ugly one for the Israelis,
but it is obvious that they are prepared to face up to it
within reason. The reasonableness, of course, must be
determined by Israel's security interests. While there may
be many who question what, exactly are the secure boun-
daries, there must be as much flexibility as the security
system v/ill allow in order that peace may be attained if
at all possible.
An Interesting Reaction
An interesting sidelight to the recent discovery the
first of a Jew crucified some 2,000 years ago, has been
the reaction of the Vatican. Somewhat annoyed by hints
that this first find gives hope that the body of Jesus might
some day be discovered, spokesmen for the Roman Cath-
olic Church have taken the opportunity to stress more
clearly than ever before that crucifixion was a Roman
not Jewish method of execution.
This strikes one more authoritative blow to the old
Christian prejudice that Jesus was killed by the Jews and
were a deicide people.
Comment
I think we da a I"' ol unnec s-
sary worrying about thii gs
will nevi i h ipp in. Take I
story aboul someone puttii
the wrong tape and al< rt
Emergency Broadcasting Sysl
that we might be under nuclear
attack.
i-' Ightening, right, m ikir
error like that? Gives yo pause
for thought, and all that
even more scary was the
that hardly anyone was paj
attention at the radio stations
they were so busy with I
commercials or the teletype ma-
chine was in i basement whe i
no one goes for yeai s,
bit i.kt is suppose
same I us d to love in I
grade that we were ale
and we scrambled for thosi
shelters in Hade County thai
have water, crackers and so on
to keep the lucky ones
until the nuclear attack U over
and the all-clear Is soun
Provided some one gets the irn --
sane strait; I
What "lucky" ones" Tem
Israel is one of the largest shel-
ters in the system The Sui
Ral ;i Crackers, 24 lbs., B
a carton, 5f> crackers to a
stored in a special room
mark d "Dal of Pack ', i
But in an m
key to i he shelter was kepi
City of Miami buMdina n
tii" -'. t: the '%hyil Ifeig \\4s
torn doaa t*rf> ye'o-s":, _
the nearest holder of a key now
lives some 'JO miles m |j
IT is knowing this and all
the other farts about OUT mili-
t try csi iblishment that has re-
lieved my mind of all concern.
Like the people who were Inter-
viewed after the first moon-l ind-
Lng ind walk, I don't ;> I i
j if .i > ti ue, All this
il nuclear war is another
iii ee myths which I
The purposi is
to ke w ir, onlj money,
hat's bad about that?
A prominent businessm in has
ten ibout the more than
trillion dollars for "war"
World War II: 'The Pi n-
I more like the
f the bs ird, an inci i I-
lirj i lie Land of Oz ,
i place where there i
: ver-ending supply of wealth,
where everyone gets fat and
no one goes without, where
ts are pave,I not only in
Hit in gold braid, gold
plal I ild-bricks. n Is a
if Oz complete with its
share of strawmen without
brains, cowardly lions and tin
that rust in the rain. It is
i mysterious world governed
by strange rules that doty rea-
i world of make-believe and
isy....."
IND wiii--.uk. thmk heavens,
when the red ilerl Is gi> en I j
tli Pres dent of tin
- will not get it
use he will be watchii
football ime on teli \ Ision. In
Living Color. As anothe i1
I Is : s i sely, you have
. ir bul fear itself
worki re, for all I
lucation. would seem
Jn be wiser abour, Uie true n i-
of things thfln most ol -
I irh sure thai many of them
are among those who don't be-
inyone walked on the moon.
or even landed there.
THE LATEST hunger and
shelter crisis lias led State Son.
Wi issenborn to plan a joint
le relative 'our of the farm a
next week and he is 'fed up." he
in turn, that important peop"?
in Moscow were thinking very
seriously about winning th"
whole Middle East by be
the Israelis to their knees :
crushing Israel altogether.
THE BLINK has taken the
form of an offer of an
me II ite solution, by the
dent of Egypt, Anwar El s
|| has said that he W
settle, at any rate for the pres.
out. for a partial puUback I
the banks of the Suez
which In turn would permit
canal to be reopened to ii i
n itional shipping.
There can be no doubt wh
ever thai Sadafa offer was S
\ ii t-inspired, ind perti ips eve
S iet-imposad On the ore har
S dat cannot even think ibou!
the canal-crossing that has be-
in preparation, unless he us i..
Mired of active, even massive S .
viot support On the other ban i
if the Soviets had said "Go
would nave had to go. for tl
hotheads in the Egyptian artvv
would have toppled him if he ha I
refused to do so.
THE FACT that the dec.-
w.is more Soviet than Egyptian
also confirmed by the furthe
very important fact that th
Soviets have far more to gall
from the reopening of the Sue:
Canal than their Egyptian cli-
ents or should one say pup-
pets? The Egyptians will n
the can il revenues; but they wil
not even come near to realizing
the Arab claims against Israel
The Soviets, in contrast, w
gain rapid and easy naval
cess to the Indian Ocean. The
(( ontiiuifd on Pat;*" 15-A)
by EDWARD COHEN
- >s w ith the here-wi
: f militant
VV ssenborn is om
thi fi w dutors with in i
in for the
ints, bul r
shi'.' .i undersl indii
the sysl i the s one Land
Oz vo ,| the Pi ni
gon fantasy if he faults tl
militants' i>. lief that the tours
are "insull i you're take
a cl iw n or somethin to
with." to quote one of thi
gram a lers
I WROTE columns '>:i the n -
i 1970, In
I I 'The p m spol
with were used to being squee -
I and stared al til
tables in the stores the;
rnment offl a
' '-. ministers, priests ai I
1 h i be,.,, through tl
area, askin the tame question
exprt -May. implying
1 nevei comes.
"They know, If we don't lei
"' th >1 th evil of thou- condi-
' ultin telj is so banal, -
ommonplace, tha
" i Or. a
put it. "Y
taken as a clown or -
to pi ,> with "l
THAT MAKES the end o
th column about the same as
I think we
f't of iun|Mc4jry wo
aboui i ,, -,ii nm .,
From Vietnam to the
lands it adds up to Implied or-
ders, in the word- of i.t. Calley,
> "waste them." while In tli.*
Pentagon "everyone gets tot, no
one goes without, where the
''' '''- ......" | U:ti, .,,m _
Pn*a the Survival RaUon
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Friday March 5. lJ
/\s
Max Lerncr
Sees It
NEW YORK Will another China debate start now in the
United States? There .i- on< in 1*.49. on the question of rec-
ognizing Red China, and it w is sustained through the Korean
war and the McCarthy agitation. There was another in early
1966, after the Intense escalation of tin- Vietnamese war.
Now, fivt years later and twenty years later, with the seri-
ous allied effort to cut the supply "lifeline" of the North Vietna-
mesi : trees, the chances of active Chinese intervention make a
third Gn ,: D I ate about China a necessity. I doubt whether
lent Nixon "ill welcome it. But his Laos decision and the
responses to it from Hanoi and Peking may evoke it.
# ^ *
NOT THAT 1 TAKE the Hanoi rhetoric at its face value.
When Xuan Thuy, Hanoi's Number One man at Paris, says
(through his spokesman) that "China will not remain with its
arms folded" In the face of the Saigon-W ishington move, he is
speaking not for Peking hut lor Hanoi, with Hanoi's bias, out of
a hope that this will spur the lagging anti-Laos protest in Amer-
ica. An anti-war liberal like Sen. McGovem is trying to rally
this protest when he says that Nixon is "flirting with World War
III and courting Chinese intervention."
Actually Xuan Thuy is expressing his hopes, as McGovern
- \ i: -- his ars, and neither may know any more about the
re l intention of the Chinese sphinx than I do. But matching my
own guess with theirs, mine would in- that there are two condi-
tions for direct Chinese intervention, and that neither of them
THE riK>T CONDITION would be an invasion of North
Vietnam by Saigon troops with American air support. I don't
mean simply a crossing of the DMZ, but a genuine invasion.
which would mark the end of a phase when the war was focused
on South Vietnam and the beginning of a new pha^o when it
would move deeply into North Vietnam. Then and only then
might the Chinese feel tin Xuan Thuy's words) thai their "corn-
mountains kes ind rivers" with North Vietnam would !*
thn '
Theothi u lility that might bring China into the fighting
it there were a threat to the stability and p wer ol the
H nt itsell Jusl as great as Washii gt i > concern
for the S gon regime, which is what keeps Nixon I om quick
te withdi concern for the survh >i
,i ne. With a dr I I La is on its border ami a little
'what less hostile recently), China cannot af-
ford to ha si h that might prove hos-
II to L S or an American air
lanoi itself
\ to threaten tl Ho's
I to sil h his
a -V
Ml OW \ VSSESSM1 \I
D es
polit l ; .-. i cited
hi? \v.
Th< hisl i.tion in the
1930, whin MacArthur's U.N. forces crossed the
I el in the i ice of Chinese warnings, and when Ch
"volunt er* i ssed the Valu, and routed MacArthur's
s. We have a finith si Ij :' this Ch
Yalu. by Alien Whiting iMacMillan, 1%0i which is worth
.. in the new Vietnam context.
TRYING IN RKTROSPKtT TO pin down Chinese motiva-
- concludes that Russian pemuatkms and military
ling to do with it, as did internal domestic factors
'lit that the main motivation was China's concern
its Asian position. It didn't care so much about K
s but it cared verj much about the survival of Pj
feared that if it were to fall (and
igging about that i there
an American-Korean-Japanese anti-Communist bloc
imunisl p rarer and prospects in
threal ined. it .v.is the domino theory in ret
leried the othei day by Hederick Smith, of the New
5, Whiti i of this moment, intervention
to ly "in the cards." 1 should agree, emphasizing
tion would change if the threat came nearer the
nese borders of Laos and North Vietnam or nearer to
. ing the survival of the H inoi regime.
THE i960 INTESVENTION came a year after the Chinese
'ii and proved the biggest perhaps the only victory
linese foreign policy and arms. The Chinese leaders are
to use the war in Laos as an occasion for rhetoric,
ying the United States as the heavy villain, and thus for
ting the patriotic impulse among their young. But before
this rh toric gets turned into action the real danger would have
gn ater than it is today.
Edwin Sterling Will
Be The Recipient Of
A "Scroll Of Honor'
Edwin Sterling, president of the
Plaza Towers Social Club, will be
honored at the "Night In Israel'
being sponsored by the Pla/1
Towers Israel Bond Committee on
behalf Of Israel Bonds in the Club
Ilous,. Wednesday at s p.m. under
the chairmanship ol Albert \
Lefton.
This event will be the first hi-
unction for Israel Bonds In,
1971 in South Broward. The well-
known American Jewish folk hu-J
morist, Eddie Schaffer, will pro-j
vide the entertainment and re
iments will be served.
Active on behalf of many com-
munal canst -. Mr. Sterling, w
will be the re.-ipient of the Stale
oi Israel Scroll ol I! n and his
wife Ruth came to So th F
six years New Y
City, where he bad been en -
insuranc bush --
The committee arranging the
event includes Mr. and Mrs. Jo-
seph Deutsch, Mr. and Mrs Sam
Gottlieb. Max Hoffman, Mr. and
Mrs. Nathan Hyman, Mr. and Mrs,
Joseph Jacobs, Mr and Mrs. Her-
bert Klein, Mrs. Albert V Let-
ton. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ledm r
Mr. and Mrs. Jules Margolis, Dr
and Mis. Samuel Meddoff. Mr. and
Mrs. Carl Mint/. Mr.and Mrs. |
Louis Orenstein, Mr. and Mrs.
S hecter, Mr. and Mrs.;
Solaway, Mr, and Mrs i
Morris Stempler and Mr, and Mrs
Edwin Sterling.
Rabbi Schiff Conducting
Special Purim Services
Rabbi Solomon Schiff. director
0| th. Creator Miami Jewish Fede-
ration's Community Chaplaincj
Service, will conduct special ser-
commemorating the Purim
Festival at Sunland Training Cen-
,, i- |, 2:0 p.m. Sunday, at Dad'
County Jail. Monday at 10:00 a.m..
.1, wish Home for the Agi d
Tuesday noon, according to an
announci men! made bj Leo Eisen-
atein. chairman ol the Chaplaincy
Adt isorj Committee.
Si ivices will include the i' ad-
the "Megillah" the B
rather, describing the events
winch took place when the Jews
rsia wire spared Horn the
'I Hainan who sought 1" Ml-
ite the entire Jewish people
h the intervention of Mor-
the Jewish leader and
Esthi' Queen ol Persia
In honor of the festival, v i
c. food and symbols will be
I, such as hamantashen. a
three-eorned pastrj ; gi
makers i. and Other
symbols.
I
The Community Chaplaii
terves thi.se Infirm i
in.id pi isons wfao an r.oi .
i ,1 u il h any tenipk ol 8}
in ih. community. It is
to fulfill the basic Jewish |
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Mis. Ron
Barry Kutun. \!,i\
fit id. ii ving Rubin, honoi u
; men Walter S. Falk and
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Sol Landau and Rabbi S
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Page 7-A
Delegates Report On
Brussels Conference
'We appealed to the conscience .
ol the world." Rabbi Mayer Ab-1
lamowit/ declared at a news con-]
lfic nee here this week where he
imported on the problems of So-
\ Jewry and the recent Inter-
" Recent world events."' Rabbi
Abramowitz continued, "i>oint out
that the Soviet Union and Its
leadership are sensitive to world
public opinion, and the Jews in
(he Soviet Union will no longer be
ma] Conference held in Bras- silent. The morally concerned tree
citizens of the world must raise
their voices in order
another holoeausl."
to avoi
Maurice Goldrlng and Jack S
Popiek also attended the Brussels
Conference as official delegates.
Belgium.
Kabhi Abramowitz, spiritual
leader of Temple Menorah and
chairman of the Greater Miami
Conference on Soviet Jewry a
Mih-Committe-' of the Greater
mi Jewish Federation ex- j
plaijed that 'he purpose of the j Delegates from Greater Miami
lirsj International Conference on who reported their impressions of
S viet Jewry was to focus world the Convention to the Assembly Of
atufeticn on the plight of 3Vi mil- Organizations a) Temple Israel
also included!
l legate of the I
oiminnt d against and whose Rabbinical Council of Am rica.|
nstantlj violated. Mrs. Rachel Abramowitz. who rep-
Rabl.i Abt im twitz and the oth- resented the United Synagogue of
Vorspan To Speak In
Beth Am Forum Series
. "'Jill I. I'll til** I. Ii rl. in, Jewish citizens of the Soviel Sunday evening
li'ion. win. are continually dis- Rabbi "Ehor S
et nemi *>rs il I he Great) r Miami
Jewish community's delegation to
Brtslsels, pointed out that the
J' as in the Soviel Union are
neitner permitted freedom to
practice their religion, culture or
heritage, nor are granted freedom
to emigrate to Israel.
"The Soviet Union's Constitu-
tion." noted Mendell M. Selig, one
of the delegates to the Brussels
Confi rence who is a member of
the Federation's Board of Direc-
tors, "provides (or freedom to
cvrcisr one's religion, and when
the rights of one minority are vio-
lated) it is not just a Jewish pro-
blem but a problem for all moral-
ly concerned persons."
The Greater Miami Conference
en Soviet Jewry and its Steering
Committee seek support from
both Jews and non-Jews through-
out the country to raise their
voices in Concert protesting these
\ uilations of basic human rights.
Churches, labor unions, wo-
men's organizations, professional
eisianbations and other groups.
will be called upon to lend their
name* to this effort to save 3V>
million persons who are being op-
pi'i'SBSB," Rabbi Abramowitz said.
America, Larry Burrows, National
USY president, and David Abram-
owitz, national chairman of the
World Jiwrv Commission of USY
M. William (Smitty) Smith,
whose appointment to the sla'f
cf the Development Fund of tho
Mount Sinai Hospital was an-
nounced this week by Julius
Darsky, chcirman, end Ted
Scnian, director of the Fund. Mr.
Smith will coordinate various
projects throughout the com-
munity towards the achieve-
; merit cf the new Mount Sinai
: Medical Center complex now
1 under construction.
Dr. Herberl M. Baumgard, rabbi
>f Temple Beth Am, who has work-
ed closely with nan for more than
d< i ide in various aspects ol >
cial action and human rights ac-
tivities, will Intro luce Albei I Vor-
span when the seventh annual
Beth Am Forum Series presents
Its cond program Sunday night
at the South Dade congregation,
5950 N. Kendall Dr.
Dr. Leonard Lewis, cochalrman
ol the forum committee, will pre-
side at Sunday's session. A ques-
tion-and-answer period will follow
the presentation by Mr. Vorspan.
n tional director of the Commis-
ri Socl il Action of the Union
of American Hebrew Con
' i me >f i he nation's m isl
si il authors.
Ticket fo the series of Mr.
ire oi
at the temple office or frot
member, according to
:i chairman Gerald Schwartz.
Mr. Vorspan, who was assistant
coordinator of the National Com-
munity Relations Advisory Coun-
cil for six yens, is one of the first
Jewish leaders to speak out against
the war mi Vietnam National chair-
man of the World Without War
Council and a member of the na-
tional executive committee of "Ne-
gotiation Now A Strategy for
Peac in Vietnam," he was one of
the principal organizers of the 1%9
Vietnam moratorium demonstra-
tion.
He is the author of "Jewish
Values and Social Crisis." pub-
| lished by the UAHC in 1968. "Gi-
ants of Justice." and "My Rabbi
Doesn't Make House Call-." I I
j also co-authored, with Rabbi Eugen
J, Lipman, "Justice and Judaism"
and "A Tale <>r Ten Cities."
Free Sons Lodge Meeting
Free Sons of Israel will meet
Thursday, March 11. at 8 p.m. in
Hie Jefferson Bank Building. 301
Arthur Godfrey Rd.
Kosenwasser,
Terrorist
Exchanged
(Continued from Page 1)
piokmKetl negotiations during
which the terrorists Insisted that
Israeli negotiate directly with
them through the Arab Red
(resent. Israel maintained that
ii would deal only with the au-
thorities in Lebanon where
e -enwas-er was taken by his
capMTS before being moved to
Jordan, and also insisted that it
would only negotiate through
the Red Cross
The first inkling that a "deal"
u.is iii the offing came last week
when Israeli authorities advised
i tvassi r's wife and teen-age
; r to postpone a trip to
i tilted States where they
,., to seek public support
tai his i I ase.
freedom for the Hungarian-
,. Rosenwasser was purchas-
, : at a high pi Ice. Wounded and
,:,. i by Israelis In 1985.
, ,,, | Was considered one of
. ft-orsl lerrorlsi offenders
,1 *-as the first terrorist ever
sentenced I '" "'> ;'" Is"
I iell i ilil iry tribunal. The
chang( oi s< ntence to life Im-
prisonment came about alter the
death sentence was pronounced
aiKl Hidjazi agi d to cooperate
with tin authorities In exchange
for a second trial.
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Friday March 5. 1971

Agmon To Confer
'Shalom Award'
Abraham Ae-non. Director Gen-
eral of the Ministry of Finance of
thi State of Israel, and one of his
country's outstanding diplomats
and economists, will deliver the
n address at the Morton Tow-
ers-Israel Dinner f State Sun-
day evening, March 14 at the Fon-
le u Hotel. He will also con-
fer the State of Israel Shalom
Award upon Mr. and Mrs. Irving
Silver on this occasion.
Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Mentz
and Mr. and Mrs. Morris Minov.
chairmen of the dinner on be-half
of Israel Bonds, have announced
that the program will also include
entertainment by Eddie Schaffer
well-known American Jewish folk
humorist, and music for dinner and
dancing provided by the Lenny
Daw son Society Orchestra.
Completing preparations for the
event in addition to Mr. and Mrs.
Mentz and Mr. and Mrs. Minov.
are Judge Frederick N. Barad and
Dr. David Raab, honorary chair-
men; Mr. and Mrs. George Mild-
woff. chairmen of Trustees and
Guardians, and Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Rudenberg, chairmen of the com-
mittee of Patron-Hosts.
Mr. Agmon assumed his present
post in December 1969, after hav-
ing served as Director of the Bur-
eau of the Budget and Deputy
Budget Director. He began his ca-
reer in government service in 1954,
when he joined the Ministry of
Finance as an economist after
graduating from Hebrew Univer-
sity.
One of the few Israeli diplomats
who has completed three tours of
duty behind the Iron Curtain. Mr.
Agmon served as the Second Sec-
retary of the Israel Embassy In
Warsaw, and as First Secretary of
th< Israel Embassy and later as a
special emissary in Moscow. When
lus second Moscow assignment
ended in August 1964. he returned
to the Finance Ministry in Jeru-
salem.
Horn in Bialistok. Poland in 1928,
Mr. Agmon and his family lived in
the Soviet Union, during World
War II and he graduated from
high school there.
Abraham Agmon and his fam-
j ily left Russia in 1947 and headed
for Palestine aboard the illegal
immigrant ship "Moledet" together
with 1.600 other Jews. The ship
-as intercepted bv the British
Navy and during a scuffle with the
British soldiers who boarded the
vessel, young Abraham was
wounded. He was taken off the
ship, and spent six months in the
Athlit detention camp; his family
was taken to Cyprus.
They finally arrived in Israel
after the establishment of the
State in May 1948, and young
Agmon immediately joined the
newly-formed Israel Defense Forc-
es. While defending the Negev
against Invading Egyptian forces,
he was again wounded. He en-
tered the Hebrew University in
Jerusalem after completing his
Army service in 1950.
49ers Purim Banquet
Temple Kmanu-Fl seniors and
their friends are invited to attend
the annual Purim banquet being
sj>onsored by the Forty-N'iners in
the Fiiedland Ballroom at 6:30
p.m. Thursday, March 11. Irving
Schatzman, president, has an-
nounced. Cantor Zvi Adler is serv-
ing as entertainment chairman;
guest speaker will bo Dr. Irving
Lehrman. Tickets for the seven-
course catered banquet are avail-
able at the temple office.
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Greater Miami Israel Bond leaders discuss
Miami's role as host city to President Zal-
man Shazar of Israel with Leo Bernstein
(center) world-wide chief executive of the
Israel Bond organization. From left ore
David J. Light, chairman of Sunday's Presi-
dential Luncheon in honor of President
Shazar at the Fontainebleau Hotel; Dr. Leon
Kronish, honorary chairman of the Greater
Miami Israel Bond organization, Mr. Bern-
stein; James M. Albert, Miami Israel Bond
chairman, and Michael Litvak, Miami and
Florida director of Israel Bonds. Preside:-.-.
Shazar, who will be making his first visit o
the Miami area to launch the 1971 cam-
paign for the sale of Israel Bonds at the In-
ternational Inaugural Conference, will be
the principal speaker at the Inaugural Dinner
Saturday evening at the Fontainebleau. Hon-
orees of Israel will be invited to the lunch-
eon Sunday under the auspices of Capital
for Israel.
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*fenw?iAl4- &Htal*ohr Kid* in Kibbntym 4ndo/dpeop/e who jftrouqh $uchenfflM and VacMm.
5inc& virtually ill tf Ifmel'* iiKHMWNGtffi Jbrntfroml defe*&e,-jfa, fl&flfe
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Mesivta Elects Grimdwerg
To 4th Consecutive Term
Dade Youth Urged To Participate In March And Rally
Moses J. Grundwerg, local at-
torney and active communal work-
er, lias been elected to his fourth
Consecutive term as president of
the Mesivta of Greater Miami.
Louis Merwitzer, whose name the
Mesivta bears, >vas elected Hon-
orary Ljf- Founder.
The Mesivta of Greater Miami
i- the only senior hie,h school south
of Baltimore that often an inten-
sive Hebrew studies program in
synthesis with a comprehensive
general studies curriculum. Rabbi
Alexander S. GrOSS is principal of
the school; Rabbi Berel Wein is
chairman of the Hebrew faculty
Mid Mrs. Jacob Kotler administra-
tor of the general studies program.
'In view of the high costs of sec-
ondary education, we call upon the
community to provide more- sch >!-
arships in order thai the Mesivta
may serve the many student-- seek-
ing admission," said Mr. Grund-
werg in accepting the past for
another year.
Mr. Grundwerg, a trustee and
former president of Beth Israel
Congregation, is currently serving
. ^ secretary of the Hebrew Acad-
emy. A past president of the Miami
Reach Chamber of Commerce, he
i- a member of the Zionist Orga-
nization, the Advisory board of the
Miami Beach Auditorium Hall.'
and the Miami Beach, Dade and ,
Florida Bar Associations.
Officers elected to serve with
Mr. Grundwerg include attorney
Hyman P. Galbut, Rabbi David
Lehrfield of Knesseth Israel Syna-
gogue, Rabbi Tiber H. stern of I
Jacob Cohen Synagogue, and Rab-i
1m B< rel Wein of Beth Israel Con-
gregation, m > esid nts; Murray
Berkowitz, treasurer; Jerome Blen-
enfeld, co-treasurer; Morton May-
berg, financial secretary, and Sam
Schechter, recording secretary
Also elected were I member< to
the Bo ird of Trusti s selected from '
various synagogues :i"i concre-
Dade County youth have boon
asked to give up part of their pub-
lic school holiday Monday to take
pan in a united march ancTralfv
protesting the oppression of Jews
in the Soviet Union and elsewhere
in the world.
With the Hebrew-In-Crowd
Chapter of the Hashachar i-
Young Judaea recently was re-
named coordinating efforts,
hundreds of Greater Miamians are
expected to take part in the march
which steps off at 2 p.m. Monday.
Assembly point is the field be-
tween the Coral Gables Youth
Center and the City Library, 3443
MOStS GRUNDWERG
rations n th community, includ-
c Messrs. Melvin Feit, Ga-
brii 1 Deutsch. Robert Entin, Daniel
Retti .. S il Popper, Norman Ci-
ment, Nathaniel Zemel, Jacob
Kotler, Kngene Moses Jacob Mo-
dansky. Julius Rosenstein, William
Mechai ic H irold Tokayer, George
Haiman, Judge Sherwin Stauber
and l>i Aaron Katz.
The now officers and trustees
will be honored al the annual in-
tion to be held Saturday,
h 20, at 8 p.m. in the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rosenberg.
4345 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach
Judge Cherkas To Speak
Judge Meyer L. Cherkas, a mem-
ber of the Charter Revision I
of Miami Beach and director of
Temple Emanu-El who has previ-
ously lectured on Mental Health,
Israel and Aging, will speak on
"Your Emotions and Your Health
or Y lung at 70" at 10 a m
Tuesday, in the Forte' Forum Vudi-
torium, 12C0 West Ave., Miami
Beach.
Segovia. The marchers will pro-1 sian government to "Let Mj Pea
cec-d nearly two miles to the Coral pie Go."
Cubl^jjCiiy Hall, for a proKi;am of
Israeli s,,m7s. resolutions and Adults as well as youths have
speeches. been invited to take part in the
inarch and rally, part ol a stepped*
Participants m-e urged by rally I up program of South Florida Jetw-
coordinator .lack Levine to pre- ry to demonstrate support ol the r
pare their own posters and signsI Oeleagured coreligionists In tha
relating to the call on the Rub- Soviet Union.
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Friday March 5. 1971
Beth Torah Breaks Ground
For New 'Youth- Building7
Milton T. Hornstoin. president of
Beth Torah Congregation North
Miami Beach, has announced that
ground-breaking ceremonies will
take place Sunday at 11:30 a.m. at
164th Street and NE 11th Avenue
for a unique Youth Facility specifi-
cally designed to fill the needs of
all congregational youth activities
which will contain a 400 seat audi-
torium, recreational and sports f i-
cilities. youth lounge, a professional
tage, youth offices and kitchen.
The occasion will be marked by
the participation of all youth
groups, including Boy Scouts. Col-
A.T.I.D.. United Synagogue
Youth. Beth Torah Religious and
Nursery School, and Young Judea
groups, coordinated by Mrs. Doro-
thj Gruen, youth director, and will
be climaxed by a youth "Dance
Festival" on the temple grounds.
AL ceremony will be Mayor David
Lapham of North Miami Beach:
Mr. Hornstein. Dr. Max A. Lips-
chitz. spiritual leader, Abraham J
Gittelson. educational director:
Cantor Jacob J. Renzer: B"n Karp
Building Committee chairman, and
Joseph Golden, president-elect of
the Southeastern Region of United
Synagogue of America.
Stressing the importance of this
new youth facility. Rabbi Lipschitz
j said. "It is my hope that this long
' awaited Youth Center will become
the focal point of multi-faceted
youth activities, attracting young
people el all ages, fulfilling their
1 otiest for 'a place they can call
their own,' be it to pray, to play
or just simply rap.' "
Serving on the Building C immit-
toe h .Mel by Mr. Karp are Mr.
Hornstein, Irving Newman, execu-
tive \ice president; Richard Snei-
der, past president: Stewart Eisen-j
berg, Plans; Saul Frechtel. engi-
neering, and Max Rothenberg,
executive director.
The building designed through
the combined efforts of Stewart
Eisenberg. Charles Richter and
Reuben Schneider. Architect-, and
Jerome Greenhill Associates. Me-
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day in Corky's Restaurant. 900
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President is Mrs. Ivan Kaplin.
MILTON HORNSTEIN
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Joseph Cohen Honoree
At Scholarship Ball
Vice chairmen for the annual |
Scholarship Ball of the Lehrman
Day School of Temple Emanu-El.
were announced this week by Rob-
ert L. Blum, general chairman of
the March 13 dinner-dance to be
held in the Friedland Ballroom of
the Miami Beach congregation. The
vice chairmen will work closely;
with associate chairmen Samuel j
J. Halperin. Lester Mishcon, Mur-
ray Resnick and Leonard Zilbert.
Those designated include Larry
Aberman, Murray Candib, Myron
Cohen, Irving Cyiien. Philip Dash,
Albert Davidson. Ronald Pine,
L nard Friedland. Barton Gold-
berg, Irving Green, Tod Hollo, Abel
Holt/. Morton Kaplan. Walter Kap-
lan Murry Koret/ky. Harry A.
Levy, Dr. Louis G. Lytton. Oscar
M itnber, Mert Millman. Bernard
Nemeroff, Larry Paskow, Karl
P tnoy. Harry Rott. Herbert Sad-
kin. Herbert S. Shapiro, Mickey
Taines and Malcolm Wolderrberg.
Honorary chairmen for the
event, which will provide full or
partial scholarships for a majority
of the more than 200 students en-
rolled in Lehrman Day School, are
Irving Cowan and Stephen Muss.
Samuel N. Friedland. chairman of
the board, and Dr. Irving Lehrman.
rabbi of Temple Emanu-Kl. an'
serving with Mr. Blum and his
committee to insure the success
of the yearly social highlight of
the synagogue's social and activity
c ilendar.
Joseph Cohen, immediate past
president of Temple Emanu-Kl.
will be honored at the March 13
function for his leadership in be-
half of the congregation and the
cause of Jewish education.
The black tie event will fea-
ture dancing, music and enter-
t tinment instead of speeches, Mr.
Blum pointed out. A special mu-
Sical playlet is being produced by
Mrs. Trixie Levin, theatrical con-
sultant to the Lehrman Day School
and Temple Emanu-El. Youngsters
of the school, which will observe
it- 13th anniversary this year, will
i itured performers.
The committee has issued an
appeal for community-wide sup-
port of the Scholarship Ball since
a considerable number of the stu-
dents come from congregations
r than Temole Emanu-El and
u:- iffiliated families.
Est iblished in 1958, the Lehr-
r Day School of Temple Emanu-
El the largest Conservative He-
v Day School In the South, was
ded to meet a long-felt need
for the educ itlon of South Florids
y ith combining the best In He-
braic religious instruction and gen-
eral studies and is affiliated with
the Solomon Schechter I > >>
Schools of the United Synagogue
o America. The Lehrman Day
School was named In honor of Dr.
lehrman In 1968, the 25th anni-
versary of his service as rabbi of
Temple Emanu-El.
The school which meets the
Highest standards of both the Dade
County Board of Public Instruc-
tion and the State of Florida, is
highly specialized and personalized.
Not only does it aim to equip the
student with necessary knowledge
stills so that he can take his place
i resDonsibl > American citizen.
to imbue him
values of the
but it also seeks
with the eternal
Jewish heritage.
Each child is individually pro-
grammed and students are taught
in small groups by a carefully se-
lected and fully qualified faculty
both in the general studies and
Hebrew departments.
In addition to regular studies.
the boys and girls receive special-
ized instruction from highly qual-
ified instructors on art. drama,
physical education and library
studies at the day school, which
presentlj has a nursery-kindergar-
ten department and grades 1
through 7. An eighth made will be
>p ne I next September.
a scientific survey of graduates
of the Lehrman Day School com-
pleted in 1969 showed thai 94'
were in the honor societies of
their respective schools, including
the Hebrew Academy and other
top-rated private and public
school-
'Washington Scene' To Be
Theme Of .Barry Seminar
Judges Guest Speakers
Three n- w judges Rhea P. |
Grossman, Ellen Morphonios and1
Ufonso C. Sepe, will be presented
as guest speakers at the meeting
of Voters Incorpated in the Wash-1
ington Federal Auditorium. 1234 j
Washington Ave., Miami Beach, at
8:15 p.m. Tuesday. Harry Levy,
president, will serve as moderator.
"The Washington Scene" will be
the theme of Sunday's joint semi-
nar in thi Barry College Auditor-
ium sponsored by the Dade County
Society of Hospital Pharmacists,
the Dade County Medical Associa-
tion and the South Florida Phar
! maceutical world. Spokesmen will
speakers are from the nation's
capital.
The main speaker at the noon
luncheon will be Rep. Claude Pep- I
per. (D-Fla.) who proposes to re-:
Introduce a bill in Congress on |
Medicare Home Drugs. Morning
and afternoon sessions will be de-
voted to subjects bearing on
changes In the medical and phar- '
macecutical world. Spokesmen will
represent the Federal Bureau of
Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs.
the National Pharmaceutical Coun- ;
cil and the Bureau of Drugs '
the Food and Drug Administration.
Dr. Milton S. Saslaw, director
of Dade County Health Depa t
ment, will moderate a panel dis-
cussion by three physicians and
three pharmacists. They are Dr.
Leon S. Eisenman. past president.
Academy of General Practice; Dr.
John B. LiebW, chairman, Com-
mission on Aging; Dr. Leo Gris-,-
man, Florida Board of Medical
Examiners; John Stadnik, former
president, Florida Board of Pha.'
macy: Eugene Lane, president,
Florida Society of Hospital P
macists. and Sidney SimkowitZ,
president, Florida Pharmaceutical
Ass iciation.
The Arrangements Commit -
headed by Ben Saks, chairman iE
the Commission on Health & Wel-
fare of tin Florida Ph trm i
Association, M. John Hanni, Jr.,
executive vice president of the
Dade County Medical A.-- '
Jay Silberl John Harlow i
Max Grei lb rg.
Ri st n for thi< semin i i
limiti d to practicing phy-
and registered pharmacists Per-
sons outside these professions i .-
attend by special Invil ition
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+Jeis& ftcrMiair
Friday March 5, 1971
Between You and Me: By BORIS SMOLAR
Task Forces Assembled By AJCommittee
... TV.,. T,.l, Pnmi tsr\ I h*> Kllllirp Of tl
A <;KOll OP A1M>1 "T 100 Jewish thinkers, SCO-
^^ demicians. professionals and lay leaders
each an outstanding authority in his field has
been assembled by the American
Jewish Committee to look into
complex problems which the Jew-
ish community in the United
Stales may face In the TO's.
The largest group ever engaged
in assessing the broad trends in
society as they may affect Jewish
life In this country, it is divided
into three separate task forces:
the Task Force on the Future of the Jewish Com-
munity in America, the Task Force on Group Life
in America, and the Task Force on the World of
the 70s dealing with international affairs
The participants in each task force were se-
iected by the American Jewish Committee very
carefully. Their mission is to bring new thinking
and creative approaches to bear on the solution of
the problems which affect the Jewish community.
Position papers will be presented at working con-
ferences of each of the ttvee groups. Following a
series of such conferences and of elaborate discus-
sions, the three task forces will come up each
in its sphere of concentration with a set of policy.
program and strategy i .'commendations which
would assist the AJC in charting its course of ac-
tion in the 70s.
It Appears Jo Me:
By MURRAY ZUCKOFF
Jewish News lsn 't News
A (9BOWING M.MI5KK OF Jewish leaders and gra-s
*^ roots Jews are becoming increasingly aware of and
nil ely concerned over the lack of Jewish news in the
. j press, radio and television.
Tin questions asked with greater frequency these
ys is: Why the minimal or perfunctory coverage ol
Jewish community activities compared to that of news
aliout the blacks. Puerto Means, Chicunos, women- lib-
eration and the New Left? What have these groups got
that the Jewish community doesn't haw? Why does the
Jewish community appear less newsworthy than others?
800K REVIEW By Seymour B. Licbmaw
'Birch ism Is
My Business'
qjrciiism is \iv bisinkss by Gerald Schomp
iThe Macmill.in Co., $6.96) is the inside story of
the John Birch Society IJ.BJS.I by the former lull-
lime paid Florida coordinator for
this right-wing extremist organi-
zation. It is of particular interest
to Hade Countians since many
- are devoted to people and
events in the Miami area. For the
Inti lligent reader, however, there
is more than the disclosures of the
inanities of the founder. Robert
Welch, and the innocent dupes who
comprise his unthinking entourage. It is the author
the book and his confessions of how he became
employed by J.B. S. that supply an object lesson.
Birchen believe thai their society is the most
vill.fied group in the r.s.A. Schomp writes that
th. deserve It. II. admits that in spite of his edu-
cation, he had allowed himself at the age of 27 to
iV tiapped Into compromising with a simplistic
view of ill our national problems. He believed that
if the Establishment was against the J.B.S.. it
couldn't be all that bad.
Schomp reveals that there are few members
With questioning minds and that they all believe that
everyone Is out ol step except Welch. The Blrcberi
want Welch "to expos. Communism as a Jewish
plot" and that they use "Insider" as a synonym for
the Zionists who arc "the root of all the world's
problems." His rejxirt to the main office that the
Society in Miami was basically anti-Semitic elicited
from the head office only "double talk and excuses."
The author reports] on events in this area which
involved an editor of the Miami Herald. Larry King,
local policemen, a lecture at the University of Miami
and the running bat lie between the A.D.L. and the
.1.1 J S. The book recalls to mind Jefferson's admoni-
tion that eternal vigilaifcc L> the price of liberty.
The enemies of democracy are at Iwith extremes.
that oi the left as well as that of the extreme, light.
"We welcome Sehbmp's revelations of somi ol the
dangers of the extreme right.
n we are no! vigilanjt, we may exp ct the events
of Star Eternal, by Ka-Tzetnik 135633 (Arbor
House. $4.96). Tins is a boo!; that <"in turn the
stomach of th. strong. Nothing i- snared In a few
words, the author can indue* a sensitive reader to
retch. The non-believer in the stones of the atroci-
ties committed in the camps will i- transformed in-
to a believei because it Is impossible for even a
Dante to create such scenes from his imaginal
But the truth must i>. faced il we an not to have
a rise of another form of Nazism.
The author of this book, who achieved fame b>
his "House Of The Dolls," is i suivivor oi Ausch-
witz. K. '/.. are the initials ot "Kon/entration Zenter"
(Concentration camp I and ever} K. 7.. inmate was
known by the number branded Into the flesh of his
left arm. The author was Polish and his brief book
is a series of vignettes of fleeting reminiscences ol
happenings and sights from September 1, 11*39 to
the close of the war in 1945.
*:....."Ui .-I *''* >> : ft *. *: '. vi
-
Many newspapers in metropolitan areas have re-
porters assigned to various minority communities. Some
newspapers even have reporters specializing in covering
Arab propaganda, the New Left and women's liberation.
But. how many newspapers, let alone radio and television,
have reporters assigned to cover the daily on-going acti-
- ol the Jewish communities other than assigning
go ne .ne lo cover a fund-raising function or a convention
ol a Jewish organization?
To be sure, the daily news media outdid itself when
French President Georges Pompidou'.* visit to the United
States provoked massive demonstrations l>y Jews from
eoasi to coast. Hut. 11. re again, i" was Jewish news only
Insofar as the protagonists on one side were Jewish and
the demonstiations were dramatic enough to warrant
coverage under th.- heading of "hard news." or "spot
news.' or "breaking news."
True, the daily news media did not really concern
itself with minority group problems or the problems of
campus youth until riots tore apart the ghettoes and the
campuses, ft was not until the 1981 riots and th- Kerner
Commission report on violence in the United States thai
the news media began to deal with the daily affairs and
problems of the black community. Then they conceded
that the intensity, if not the scope ot the riots, could hive
been nrinhnlaed had the news media gwen the black poor
a healing in the press earlier instead of waiting for vio-
lence to become news.
ii appears that quiet, constructive activity is not
considered news. Yet. the Jewish community otters many
on-going, self-help, meaningful and socially oriented proj-
ect. ;,s anj other minority gioup in (his country. What is
known in new> media jargon as investigative reporting
about Jews in changing socio-economic neighborhoods.
programs dealing with drug abuse, efforts to renew and
i.-vitalizt Jewish religious, cultural and political identity.
th. highly effective cooperation ,n a number ot cities
between the Jewish and black communities. Jewish edu-
cational programs attuned to changing times, simply is
non-existt nt.
If one reads only the daily press, the Jewish com-
munity seems to exist either as a by-product of its vari-
ous community agencies and organizations or as an
appenda e of Israel.
The Jewish community is taken for granted because.
unfortunately. Jewish leadership generally does not exert
'he kind of pressure required to make the news inediu do
the job. The non-Jewish minority groups have learn.'.)
how to exert leverage to see to it that the news that is
fit to print gets into print. It is about time the Jewish
community leaders should learn likewise.
Israel Newsletter
The Task Force on the Future of the Jewish
Community in America will have as its major objec-
tive the examination of those factors that are
threatening Jewish continuity and survival accord-
to Philip F. Hoffman, president, and Bertram H.
Cold, executive vice president of the American
Jewish Committee, and is already functioning under
the chairmanship oi Louis Stern, the prominent
national Jewish communal leader will '*' able to
make recommendations in institutional structures,
of priorities based on comparative costs and
In-net its.
The aims of the Task Fore- on Group Life in
America concern intergroup relations and conflicts,
and their impact on American Jewry. This task
force, headed by Morris B. Abram. includes a num-
ber of prominent academicians and ex|>crls in
human relations work. Its mission Ls to help de-
fine the agenda of intcigroup relations in America
tor the next decade.
Th.- Task Force on the World of the 70s is
composed ot distinguished personalities prominent
as experts m world affairs. It will deal with prob-
lems concerning Israel and the Jews in Communist
count ties in Eastern Europe, democratic countries
in Western Europe and in Latin America. Professor
William Haber is chairman of tins task force
Our film folk:
By HERBERT G. IUFT
Before The Camera
H
OLLYWOOD'S Otto Premlnger, who made the
motion picture "Kxodus" in Israel 10 years ago.
has announced his plans to return to the Holy Land
for the production of "Genesis
1948," the recently pubhsh.-d his-
torical account of the first Arab-
Israeli war written by Dan Kurz-
man Joel Glickman, Columbia
Pictures producer in Hollywood,
will team Sidney Poiti.r and Harry
Belufontc for the filmization of
Buck and the Preacher." with
Joseph Sargent directing the Ern-
est Kinroy scretnplay.. The original movie story
by Drake Walker is s. t against a post-Civil War
background, with Poitior is t former Union caval-
ryman turned guide La ex-slaves who plan to
settle m the West and Belafonte as -.> "preacher"
who reluctantly gets Involved, Walter Seltzer.
Chailton H. -ton's lung-time issociate, is producing
and Boris Stgal directing the star in "I Am Leg-
end." dealing with the survivors of worldwide bi-
ological warfare. The Warner Bros, picture, cur-
rently before the cameras in Burbank, co-otars
Anthony Zcrbc. Jerry Orbach Broadway's latest
musical star, makes his screen debut in "A Fan's
Notes." : ii Fred Exley's prize-winning novel about
a man who I t'i it he Is never a participant
in hie bat i:v relj i fan. Filming has begun on lo-
cation i:i Toronto, with Eric Till directing and
Martin Davidson producing Mark Rydell. who
guid.d Raymond Stross' production of "The Fox"
and Steve McQueen's "The Reivers." is set to direct
"Cowboys," from William Dale Jennings' forthcom-
ing novel, l a period Western concerning a mam-
moth cuttle driv. across the Western and Mtd-
vv -t.rn United Statesi fur Sydney Pollack's
company
By CAM ALPERT
The Egyptians' Nightmare
As \ RESULT OF A gigantic tactical blunder Anwar
** Sadat, President of Egypt has let himself be backet
into a position where it is he who mil-; decide whether the
war alone the Suez breaks out again or
not. He had mislakenlj believed that the
mere threat ol wai would frighten Isra -l
and the U S, into making substantial
concessions. 'I he emptiness of his threats
is now being exposed.
But there is another factor, much
ndre frightenit i i Sadat. No Egyptian
nilitary commentator cares to talk about
i publicly, but tli a i.- little doubt thai
privately it is a source o! grave concern. The fact is that
Egypt has become hopelessly, irrevocablj vul.......I<
ilov. :
An> escalation of shooting ilong the Suez any
thoughtless attempt to spread the war to Israel'- urban
anas to the extent that Egyptian planes manage lo
remain in the skies for a few days would invite a mill-
t.uv retaliation which would be dev;.stating to Egypt. The
construction of the Aswan Dam has provided one simple,
concentrated target which holds the key to the major part
of the country's economy. Furthermore, it is a target
which cannot be intfljed or camouflaged.
The Egyptian military authorities know that the dam
not have to be destroyed in its entirety. Any sub-
-i tntial breach would be sufficient, and the huge amounts
of pent-up waters which would eome surging through
even the smallest break would complete the job. The re-
s':1' ml flo I- would take a terrible toll, not to speak of
the of the whole economic structure based on
the dam.
To 11 sure, c itastrophe could be avoided if the Egyp-
- were to keep the sluice -.it.- open so that no waters
"iui ie.i Bu( as Binyamln Amidror pointed out in
recent Issue ol 'Ha'aretz," the results would be as if
dam had never been built. All the electrification, In-
dustrial and agricultural development which had been
based on it would be left high and dry useless,
Israel, on the other hand, for all its small size, has
no individual strategic targets upon which the defence
and security ol the country are exclusively -dependent.
Shooting alone the Can ill Israel can dish out Ixtter than
it receives, as Nasser learned when he had to call off his
proclaimed "war ot attrition." Escalation of that shooting
to other areas? The Aswam Dam stands there as boldly
consptcioui as if illuminated with neon lights and out-
llned with phosphorescent bulls-eyes.
Sadat continues to bluster and threaten In his war of
nerves, but he and his generals spend sleepless nights.




ly, March 5, 1971
* Jewish Her Mian
Page 15-A



ing to American legal concepts, I Soviet buildings in the United!
unlike those of the Soviet Union, Stales would tend only to lend
a person is presumed innocent un-1 credence to Soviet distorted accu
til proven guilty. The bombing of| sations of "Zionist hooligans" per*
building of the Soviet Embassy in petrating violent acts against >>-
>i i'.)i:. The Jewish Ploridlan:
am ivrlting to make known t*
ii a little known provision of the
Using and Urban Development
ol 1970, which has considoi-
c meaning for people who own
linesses in central city areas.
there is i provision called Title
winch provides direct Federal
luranee for properties located
n ..- where statewide programs
id the Federal re-insurance pn>-
I |o nol provide crime insin
|(v covei i| "i" where property
piers can ibtain such coverag
By m rates .vhich are prohibitive
Continued From Page i-A
pval buildup therei made at
trouble and xpense, has
ng i,.. ii .cry notable, if the
nk produces a final agree-
i.i. So\ lei naval power in the
ndian Ocean will unquestion-
bly be vastly increased, and
his power ill then be pointed
ioward the Mid lie E istern oil-
p in-hich is in the Persian Gulf.
\ GOOD many pessimists, in-
luding this reporter, found i'
I i .... ve the arguments
! the American naval leaders
: ii the Soviets mighl settle for
etting the Suez Canal re-open-
ed. An arrangement that greatly
benefited the Soviets but did
little to satisfy Arab, aspirations
bo mi d too likely to endanger
ihi So' let isition In their Arab
ell? nt-states.
One Implication of the blink
in the Middle East, In fact, is
ih it the Soviets' grip on the cli-
-nt-states. and especially on
it, is far stronger than had
boon imagined. But this is really
.i matter of indifference to the
Israelis. The main Israeli inter-
i si b ihvays been to avoid a
i supported attack on
[si lei.
FOR .11 st THAT n in,
some time ago, the astute Is-
raeli lvt rtse Minister, < I in
M ihe T> iyan, u lated a trial bal-
loon about a pullback from the
b inks of the Sue/ C inal, com-
l with the canal's re-open-
' i hopeless for \
w hile, bin l hen feelei about the
ills' n 'i Intentions b<
i > be put out through third
Finally Pn nj id il him-
self came into the open with the
pullback Idea not as leading
to anything like peace, but as
a means of prolonging the ores-
in cease-fire. He has now spell-
ed out the Idea in some detail.
moreover, in an interview with
Arnaud da Borchgrave of News-
wi i k.
IT CAN BK said with some
assurance that the Israelis will
'never consent to all Sadat has
pemanded. 'Die Egyptian presi-
lent wants a pullback almost
wut of Sinai, as far as F.l Arish.
ut it ran lie predicted that the
raelis will finally agree to
urchase a continuing cease-
ire by pulling bark to the Mi*la
n iirhts in Sinai, about 40 kilo-
eten east of the Sue/ Canal.
Holding the high passes will
ive Israel reasonable safeguards
gainst the kind of Soviet and
gyptian cheating they experi-
ncod When the promises of a
'standstill case-fire" were so
agrantlv broken. It will also
ivp the Soviets what they sepm
want for the short run, which
the re-orvning of the canal,
nd the Soviets more than ever
seem>to hold the whip-hand in
Egypt
ONB MUST PRAY while the
["bargaining continues. But a dark
m shadow of deadly danger may be
passing from us, at least for a
while.
This Section requires that the
Si cretary ol HUD review the mar-
ket ivailabilitj situation of crime
insurance in each Stale. If there
lives abroad. What could lie more
brutal?
I feel confidenl thai Belgium will
disn gard the protest of the So-
ical unavailability prob- iets. After all, it is not Czechos-
lem because of cost, on or alter lovakia, Hungarj or Poland. It is a
Augusl 1, KiTi the Secretary may so n democratic nation and
make Federal crime insurance at ;ll continue its friendlj and be-
affordable rates available to the nevolenl attitude toward the Jews,
residents ol that state. i it is also our friend an I all) and
~, ., ,- ., ,, M may count on our support
The local office of the Depart- me of need
entof HUD will have the form- ,\lN(i withal
in
Washington was perpetrated by
unknown culprits. The Jewish De-
ens l eague denied any connec-
iion iih ii anl until now no one
a iprehended or indi ted for
iii action.
viei citizens in the United States.
REUBEN KIKON
Miami Beach
'Music Man' Casting Call
Congregation B'nai Raphael. 1401
NW 183rd St., has issued a ea
call for Its production of "Mu
Ii should be further noticed that
to date no Jewish Defense
ber was indicted f ir violent acts .
against So' el establishments or y'"'u ul" ta ,"r""'1 ,,v
citizens in the United SI I

for this insurance on or after th
1st ol Aukub'
VRTHUB s. ROSICHAN
Exeruttve Vice President
irratir Miami Jewish Federation
EDITOR, The Jewish Florldian:
There is no limit to the arro-
. audacity and nerve of the
ii in meddling in
ternal afl
oat on8, For ii stance thi y lodgi I
test v ith the B I n goi ern-
for pei mitl ing thi Je \ I
World Conl in Brus-
sels.
This gathering w ill be hu i
-: ilitic il.
Ii will discuss the plight of thrn
million Jews in thi S >\ let '
'. scrimi-
i nst, trii d l>. hind .
a ithont com' on
i ped-up charges, and senti
to long terms in priso ind even
:in y ai nol pi rmitted
to i\ p the countt v to ioin rela-
the deliberations
c inference .\ ill be fruitful
and will improve the lol of th-.
lews in thi Soviet Union. Alter all
even the Soviets are not immune
to the public opinion which will
be aroused by the disci'sure-; at
:e i ible.
1>K. SIMON
Miami liearh
yvii.i:\skv
KIHTOK. The Jew i>h Floriiliaii:
With regard to Dr. Simoi
Wi : kj s lei tcr In your Feb. ."-
issue, the overwhelming majority
if the Amerlc in Jewish communitj
1 res the writet 's appreh 'nsions
ince against So-
viei ciii' : s an I institutions in thi
Unit< d Si 'U s. Tiii- was amplj
proven bj -t itements and letters
to the Presidi nl of the United
Si by the m i hi' Jew ish i
is.
11 i i' i ir Wilensk} '-
m< in thai i he Jewish I'
League 'attacked the Soviet Em-
'i,-'.-sj In the United Stat< s" is in-
< | unwarrante I Accord
Dolores Miller and Sally Levin.
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during the season of giving of the Shekel, which is the
month of Adar and share in our great gift to God.
Send one half dollar for each adult in your family, or tor
friends, and in this merit, you will be blessed with all good
and bountiful blessings.
Make Checks Payable To
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500 S.W. 17th Avo. Miami, Flo. 33135
All Contributions Tax Deductible


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Miami. Florida Friday, March 5, 1971
Section B
Egyptian Planes Resume
Reconnaissance Flights
TEL AVIV (JTA With
expiration of the cumnt Suez
cease-fire extension-now only
days away, the Egyptian Air
Force has resumed reconnais-
sance flights over Israeli posi-
liona and lofted several obser-
vation ballons to observe and
photograph the Israeli lines.
Two overflights by Egyptian
Sukhoy-7 bombers were the sub-
ject of a new Israeli complaint
to Che United Nations Truce
Supervision Organization
(UNTSO). The first overflight
was over the southern sector of
the canal, the second over the
central sector.
The Israelis reported spot-
ting an Egyptian observation
balloon at an altitude of about
600 feet in the Port Said area
last week. Two more balloons
were seen over the southern
and central sectors of the canal
Saturday.
The consensus of opinion, both
.iere and abroad, is that Egypt
dees not wish to resume fighting
when the current cease-fire ex-
pires and is seeking a face-sav-
ing device to keep the truce
going after March 7. Some re-
ports said the Sadat government
Traffic Control Officer
Is Held Responsible
TEL AVIV ui'Ai Sylvia
Mayers, duty officer in the con-
trol tower at Lydda Airport last
Nov. 29, was held responsible for
the collision of a TWA jet she
had cleared for takeoff and a
military transport being towed
across the runway by tractor.
The investigation pointed up
lax procedures and incompetence
as well as a lack of safety and
navigational aids, and resulted
in procedural changes and a ma-
jor program to update Lyddas
equipment.
Technion Scientists Come
Closest To Absolute Zero
JERUSALEM (JTA Two
American scientists who settled
in Israel recently have con-
structed a refrigeration ap-
paratus at the Haifa Technion
that has come closer than any
other to reaching absolute zero.
The apparatus was designed by
Dr. Judah Landau, a 28-year-
old form r resident of Albuquer-
que. New Mex. and Dr. Ralph
Roscnhauni, 31, formerly of New
York City, who joined the staff
of the Technion physics depart-
ment in 1969.
The temperature reportedly
achieved by the device is minus
532.67 degrees on the Fahren-
heit scale which is 55 thousand-
ths of a degree above absolute
zero. Landau and Rosenbaum
say their machine may reach
one thousandth of a degree
above absolute zero on the Cen-
tigrade scale which is used in
Israel and throughout most of
Europe.
According to the Haifa Tech-
nion, the laws of physics make it
Impossible ever to reach absolute
zero, the coldest possible tem-
perature in the universe, at
which all matter is at rest.
The refrigerating apparatus
is useil to study the fundamental
physical properties of solids and
liquids at extreme cold. It em-
ploys isotopes of helium, some
of which an1 rare and have be-
come available only recently.
Prof. Charles Kuper of the
Technion explains that "at the
present time, the frontiers of
knowledge in physics are high
energy and ultra-low tempera-
ture physics," and the Technion
is working in both areas.
The invention of Drs. Landau
and Rosenbaum puts Technion
in the forefront of experiments
to reach the lowest possible tem-
perature. Other laboratories
working in the same field are
at the University of California
in San Diego, Argonne National
Laboratories in Illinois, Ohio
State University and the Techni-
cal University of Helsinki, Fin-
land.

is satisfied that the Jarring
talks are making sufficient pro-
cess to allow an agreement on
some sort of open-ended cease-
fire extension. Sadat's problem
will be selling the idea to his
restless Army officers and to
Egypt's closest neighbors and
allies.
Representatives of Libya and
the Sudan reportedly took a dim
view of Egypt's offer to make
peace with Israel and may be
pressing Sadat to look for a
solution by force. The Palestine
Liberation Council, consisting of
representatives of the 12 major
guerrilla groups, which met in
Cairo reportedly accused Egypt
of 'selling out" the Palestine
liberation movement.

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Mrs. Marie Goldman, president oi the Greater Miami Circle.
United Order of True Sisters, presented the group's annuc'.
gift to Mount Sinai Hospital to the director of its Develop-
ment Fund, Ted Safian. The check was earmarked for the
expanded Department of Radiation Therapy, under the di-
rection of Dr. Ivor Fix, which will be included in the Maribel
Blum Nuclear Research Building now under construction.
infant's summer playtcear
sale!
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boys diaper sets, summer sunsuits, tiny baby
dresses, babette dresses, pinafores. All in
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Warm weather favorites in sizes M-L.
young people's world, at all 9 Burdine's stores
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Friday March 5, 197\
Stevenson,
Recipients
Senator Adlai E. Stevenson. Ill
of Illinois called on the United
States to remain "the great ally
of Israel" as he accepted an award
from The Jewish Theological Sem-
inary of America Sunday.
Far more is at stake in Israel
than the future of one nation or
America's pride." the Senator told
the more than 500 guests assem-
bled at the Diplomat Hotel for the
Seminary's 12th annual Convoca-
tion dinner. "The honor of a gen-
eral inn is at stake." he declared.
The 41-year-old Senator, who
is elected last November, and
Senate veteran Margaret Chase
Smith of Maine had earlier in the
day been recipients of the Jew-
ish Theological Seminary's Her-
bert H. Lehman Ethics Award,
which was conferred u|>on them
by Dr. Louis Finkelstein, chancel-
lor of The Jewish Theological
Seminary.
Both were cited for "applying
the ethical and moral values of
Scripture to the everyday deci-
sion-making process" in a presen-
tation which highlighted the mid-
afternoon convocation in Temple
Emanu-E] of Miami Beach, prior
to the dinner meeting in the Diplo-
mat.
Some 200 representatives of eol-
leges and universities from across
the country, and clergymen repre-
senting the Catholic. Protestant
and Jewish faiths, took pait in an
academic procession opening the
afternoon program in Temple
Emanu-El. An additional 300
guests sat in the Temple's huge
sanctuary.
Rabbi David Wolf Silvcrman.
director of Special Education at
the Seminary's Teachers Institute,
delivered the annual Samuel Fried-
land lecture. His paper was en-
titled "Pronhecy and Pre-Cogni-
tion: Our Knowledge of the Fu-
ture." and expounded the thesis
that modern practical planning
for the future depends upon "the-
oretical arguments which were
worked out in highly sophisticated
detail in the 14th century by Jew-
ish thinkers."
The Jewish Theological Semi-
nary of America trains rabbis,
congregational school teachers,
cantors, youth leaders and Jewish
Smith Are
Of Award
communal workers. It also con-
ducts a number of synagogue and
community service programs, in-
cluding the "Eternal Light" se-
ries on the NBC radio and tele-
vision networks, the "Directions"
broadcasts on the ABC-TV net-
work, the Jewish Museum of New
! York, and a number of scholarly
institutes in ethics, rabbinics, edu-
cation, music, religious and social
studies, and Israel.
f%binste^
RED SOCKEYE
SALMON
Ner Tamid's 13th Annual
Porim Carnival March 14
The Chairman of the 13th An-
nual Ner Tamid Purim Carnival.
EmanueJ Feder, has announced
hat the 1971 Carnival, which prom-
ises to be the most outstanding in
the history of the Congregation,
will lx" held on Sunday, March 14.
It will feature games for children
of all ages, a Bazaar table, Bric-a-
Brac; food and refreshments of all
kinds.
Preceding the Carnival, special
movies for the children will be
shown, beginning at noon. The
Committee includes Mrs. Warren
Goldman. Mrs. Gerald Rosen thai.
Mrs. Elaine Zane, Mrs. Lynn Leight
and Mrs. Joyce Silvers,
Drug Use. Abuse Study
Sixth grade students from Bis-
cayne Elementary School will at-
tend a 10 a.m. Tuesday "i>erson-to-
peison" session on Drug Use and
Abuse at Variety Children's Hos-
pital on the theme "Drugs Are
7591 Good ami 25'; Bad." Phar-
macy technicians will be featured
as the speakers; the 11 and 12-
year-olds will be allowed to ask
questions during lunch in the cafe-
teria before they take a guided
tour of the hospital.
Gulfstream Park Offers
3 Stakes Races In A Row
Three major stakes in a row-
will be offered this week as Gulf-
stream Park launches the spring
segment of Florida's throughbred
racing season. Thursday, ojicning
day at Gulfstream. will be high-
lighted by the 20th running of the
S36.00O Appleton Handicap for
three-year-olds and up on the on*1
mile Turf Course. There were 86
nominations for the stakes. On
Friday, the feature attraction will
be the S33.0OO Huteheson Slakes,
for three-year-olds propping for
the Florida Derby, at seven fur-
longs. The main event on Satur-
day will be the 560,000 Donn Han-
dicap, again for three-year-olds and
up. at a mile -nd an eighth.
Grand Opening for
YM-YWHA's Senior
High Teen Lounge
The official opening of the new
Senior High Lounge at the Central
YXFYtVHA. SSOOTnvSth St.. will
lx' held Saturday at 8 p.m. The
piogram will include a Bar-B-Q.
dancing and a midnight swim, and
will serve to introduce the teens
to the new facility and the Y's
Teenage Department, according t
Arnie Feiner and Marty Listow-
sky, Teen Supervisors.
The week's calendar at the T
will also include an 8 p.m. Satur-
day meeting of the Young Single
Adults Club; a '.t:.'10 a.m. to -I p.m.
Purim Party for elementary school
age children Monday: a special
"Panel of American Women" pro-
gram at the 8 p.m. Monday moot-
ing of the -Y' Social Singles Club:
a "Y" Women meeting at 10 a.m.
Wednesday, and a Purim celebra-
tion for nursery school and kinder-
garten children Thursday, Mar. 11.
at 9 a.m.
A program on "Drug Addiction"
will bo presented before the North
County Senior Citizens Friendship
Club Tuesday at 8 p.m. in the
North County 'Y.' it has been an-
nounced. The group will hold its
Purim party there at 8 p.m. Satur-
day. March 13.
Miss Miriam Scheinberg, group
services director, is leading the
group which left Miami this week
on the second annual Y' Tour,
a 21-day excursion to Israel with i
a stop-over in Rome for sightsee-
ing.
The tour group included Eli and
Fay Borezin, Florence Boss, Shar-
on Marks, Jack Calchman, Dr. and
Mrs. Jacob Colb, Louis and Sara
Feit. Fanny Gendleman, Charles
and Zara Hamburger, Irma Joel-
sohn, Doris Kimmich, Ida Levitt,
Fay Liebman, Hy and Augusta
Margolis, Ben and Frankie Miller.
Jack and Belle Mund, Rose Nagel.
Florence Rosonbaum, Mr. and Mrs
Harry Rothenborg, Rebecca Roth-
man. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rothstein,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schlusslei,
Mr. and Mrs. Hy Sobel, Mrs. Syd
Stemin, Mr. and Mrs. Al Teitler
and Anna Weinstein.
Pre-Purim Banquet Set
By 'Abba' Organization
Dr.
lyl
Marvin Schick. founder and New York's Mayor John Lincls
first president of the National Jew- I for intergroup relations. He served
Mi Commission on Law and Public : as president of the i\>mmii..n n
Law and-Public AMairs. iCOLHAi
which has been responsible for n,,,
successful litigation in a number of
cities establishing the rights o(
employees of various re
backgrounds to observe practices
without interference by empl
from 1965 to MX
1 >r Schick. \< h Iso servi
epre>'ntative of th< American C -
il I.iheii;es Union to the I ted
N lions and on tl* ev-cutiv. .
mittee ol Ihe Nat.on..1 Community
Relations Advisory Conned, is the
author of a number of boo u
;-.s and art icles on v
phases of law and political k
floridians In Stretch Drive
For Basketball Playoffs
The American Basketball .\--i-
ciation Ftoridian* currentlx in.
volved In a stretch drive to n i
the playoffs, will play fheii
nes. previous lj b '
he Jacksonville CoHswim
Miami Beach Convention n t
lias been announce d.
The Floridtana fortified I
frontline Saturday with th
mjisition "f 6-fool B-inch Al Tuck-
>r, three-year NBA veteran F -
general manager Dei nis!
nhy signed the 190-pound Forv 11
:- tree agent to a mult
contract. He gained the pi
battling Floridians who return to
the Miami Beach Convention Hall
Thursday to battle Kentucky in
in lec nd game of a doubleh*
immediately.
Singles Invited To Dance
Single, widowed or divorced m< n
and women from 25 to 48 are in-
vited to Join the Single Patents 11
Miami Beach ai the Twelve Cae-
sars Hotel, "449 Collins Ave. .it
S-.'U) p.m. Sunday for dancing 'o
music provided by a live band 11
drink is included ;n the prio I
idmission.
Off. MARVIN SCHICK
Affairs, will be thr guest speaker
at the kickofl dinner launching the
newly established Abba Organi-
zation ol the lb bn w Ac tdemy >:
Greater M
The event, a Pn .Purim b inquet,
will be held al 6 p.m. Monday in
the dining ball of the Hebrew
Academy, 2400 Pine Tree Dr.,
Miami Beach. The celebration of
Purim, marking the delivery of
the Jews from persecution In an-
cient Persia, starts Wednesday
evening.
Joseph Welnberg. chairman pre
tern of the Abba Organization, a
group founded to initiate and sup-
port activities benefitting Hebrew
Academy students, announced the
appointment of Theodore Sigm in
as chairman ol the dinner.
Dr. Schick is on the faculty ol
New York's Hunter College and Is
currently serving as assistant i"
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Jordan Marsh President
Announces Appointments
A nr" senior management or-
ganization for Jordan Marsh
Florida has Ix-en announced by
William P.uben. president of the j
ci^lu-iu.' Mianxi-b.isod department
store DipanizJition. The changes be-
tSMftKi I'tive March 1st.
Max Brown, vice president for
Sales Promotion, was appointed
senior vice president and director
of s!o-- for the chain, which
Stretch** from Dadeland to Or-
lando, through South and Central
Florida
Ron.. Ruskin has joined Jor-
dan Marsh as senior vice president
in cfaargi of all merchandising.
Prior to joining the firm Mr.
Ruskin was executive vice presi-
dent of Best & Co.. and Blooming-
dales in NY.
Mr. Ruskin and Mr. Brown thus
join Orra Drake, senior viee pres-
ident for Operations and Control.
at the senior management level.
F. Leonard Miller, former branch
store coordinator for the firm has
been named vice president and
general merchandise manager for
Home Furnishings.
Donald 0"Bi ien, formerly asso-
ciated with the Rike-Kuinler Co.
in Dayton. Ohio, joins Jordan
Marsh as vice president and sales
promotion director.
Skylake Observing
Fifth Anniversary
MAX MOWN
No School Sunday
There will be no school at Tem-
ple Menorah Sunday morning and
no bus service will be available.
Parents are expected to bring their
children to Biscayne Klementary
School, where they will compete in
a costume contest judged by Rabbi
dent Bertha Ginzburg and Ronald
Mayer Abramowitz, PTA presi-
I Heller, principal. In addition to
the usual carnival foods, rides and
i games, a "Purlm Restaurant" will
U featured and a flea market of-
i fering bargains! from Persian rugs
to color television sets.
f. UONAR0 Mllltf)
RONALD RUSKIN
Sky I.ak" Synagogue will oh-I
serve its fifth anniversary Satur-
day night with a dinner in Emanu-
Kl Hall. Miami Beach.
The dinner will be a testimonial
to Mr. and Mrs. Leo Nelson, 1690
NE 191st St.. North Miami Beach,
for their d<"dicated service to the I
congregation ana Sisterhood in all;
areas of synagogue activity. Mr.;
Nelson is a past treasurer of th>'
congvesration; Mrs. Nelson is the
past president of Sisterhood.
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan, spiritual
leader of the congregation, will pay
tribute to the honorees. Mr. Nel-
son will he presented with a
bronze plaque by the president of
the Congregation, Herman Ehrlich.
Acting president. Mrs. Ralph
Deutseh will make the presenta-
tion to Mrs. Nelson in behalf of
Sisterhood.
Mr. Nelson, the past president of
' Metal Ornaments Inc., of Brook-
I lyn, NY., and his wife retired to
1 Florida six years ago. They re-
i cently observed their Golden Wed-
ding Anniversary.
In conjunction with the dinner.
Sky Lake Synagogue is publishing
its filth annual Souvenir Journal
which will make its appearance at
the dinner.
Abe Pin/.M is chairman of the
Journal Committee and Paul Ven/e
is chairman of the Dinner Com-
mittee. Hostesses for the dinner are
the Mesdames Herman F.hrlieh.
Asherl Engelman, Max Heimowftz,
Stanley Kestin. Abe Panzer. Bruche
Rosen. Theodore Sigman and How*
ard Treitman.

Cancer Society Drive Begins
The American Cancer Society
began its 1971 drive for funds this
week in Miami Beach. Mrs. George
j Talianoff. this year's voluntary
chairman, reports that nearly
840,000 was raised in the annual
drive last year, and hundreds of
i volunteers are making a concen-
trated .ll'ort to surpass the 1970
figure.
SIMCHAS
Festival Proceeds Will Benefit JNF
Proceeds of the Purlm Festival]
in llv < ' 10th SI -1 and ocean Drive Mon-
day wi go to the Jewish National .
Fund, which is cosponsoring the'
event ;ii the American Federa-
tion >' Senior Citizens, it lias been
announ i d.
The i l-star show will feature
colors) rs soprano Rose Byrum ol
i..,. \ opolitan Opera Company,
with leli composer Shmuel
FVroh at the piano. Cantorial
n nditu will be presi nted by /ai
\(ii. i : Ti mule Rmanu-1 'I. Can-
tor Abraham Seif of Kn.seth Is-
rael Congregation and Cantor Saul
lire, h (.1 Temple Beth Raphael.
The program, directed and pro-
duced by Mr. Fershko, will also
include the Invocation given by Dr.
David Raab, rabbi. Temple Beth
Raphael; and an address by Miami
r,c ach Mayoi .i iy Dernier, presi-
dent of the Jcwi-h National Fund.
Rabbi Gilbert Kollin of Temple
Emanu-EI and Mrs Jack S, Popick
will narrate Dofcrs will open at
i; p.m.
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Friday March 5, 1971
Rabbi Dow Rozencwaig
To Be Honored Sunday
Hyman Kolko, president of the Herman Doych. Emanuel Unger.
M radii Ha pool Hamizrachi of' Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan and Max
Greater Miami, has announcsed I Hecht.
1: t Herman Eisenberg, will be The officers of the organization
.inj; as chairman. f tjV ban- in addition to Mr. Kolko art Rev.
I honoring Rabbi Dow Ro/en- Joseph Krantz, honorary presi-
cwaig, spiritual leader of the Cu-ldent; Rev. Solomon Cooper, hon-
Hebrew Circle Congregation I
I celebrating the 23rd anniver-l
.-.. y <>f the Stale of Israel and the
7' th anniversary of Mizrachi Sun-:
at i- p.m., in Beth Israel Syna-
Ue, "70 40th St.. Miami Beach
Rabbi Herschel Schachter, prom-!
il leader of the American Or-'
lox Rabbinate and president of
Religious Zionists of America
i i Tapoei Hamizrachi, will
t> ihe principal speaker. Another
ninent guesl at the dinner will
Israel Friedman, director of
tiii Tourist Department of World
Mizrachi.
orary vice president; Rabbi Jonah
E. Caplan, executive vice presi-
dent; Morris Bial'man. Milton
Kahn. Jacob R. Modansky and Dr.
is'.ic Unterman, sice presidents;
Henry Groudan, secretary-treas-
urer, and J. Jerry Schechter, fi-
nancial secretary.
Leonard Levenstein Named
As Miami Municipal Judge
Leonard I.. Levenstein, senior
partner in the law firm of Leven-
stein, Burke ai.l Associates, was
appointed by the Miami City Com-
mission as a Municipal Jud^e re-
cently.
Mr. J-evcnsrcn, who came here
1 from New Jersey in 1H17, was edu-
cated at Miami Senior High School,
I'niversity of Florida and L'niver-
I Sity of Miami. He served as chair-
Inian of the Dade County Zoning
Is!1 ^h.a,P.lalnC^f,,hl'^at^n,aI I Appeals Board 1968-70. and is a
number of the Dade. Florida and
Nominations For
1970 Outstanding
Citizen Sought
Nominations are now beta B
cepted for judging in the 24th
annual Dade County Outstanding
Citizens Award competition, it has
been announced. The deadline lor
receipt of letters of nomination,
which mast be signed by the pn si-
' dent of the submitting organi/a-
: tio.i. is April 1.
Two awards arc given annually
' to a man and a woman judged to
have performed the most outstand-
ing single function foi the good
and welfare of the community dur-
um the preceding yi ir Ma nes
1 considi red only whin tl
i tion conns from a recogl bred civic.
service or social group. No
it ations 1 om individuals .
. considered.
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan, (center) spiritual leader of Sky Lake
Sv uagoaue who was the guest speaker at the recent Bay
Tarrace Apartments Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emerg-
ency Fund coffee, is flanked by Mrs. Claire Herzog, chair-
man of the event and David Emmer, honorary chairman.
Rabbi Schachter, spiritual leader
of the Mosholu Jewish Center.
Bronx. N.Y.. since 1946. is the for-
mer president of the Rabbinic
Alumni of Yeshiva University, A
leading member of the executive
committee of the Commission on
Jewish Welfare Board, the Rab-
binical Council of America, and
various other religious, educational
and Zionist organizations, he has
visited Israel many times and has
traveled around the world ad-
dressing many remote Jewish com-
munities in the Far East. India
ami lands behind the Iron Curtain,
including the Soviet Union.
r.Iombers of the committee ar-
ranging this banquet include Rabbi
N'aftali Porush. Rev.
Krantz. Henry Groudan.
American Bar Associations, the
American Trial Lawyers Associa-
tion, the President's Council of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
and Beth David Congregation.
Card Party Benefit
Mis. Philip Sahl is in charge of
arrangements for the Harmony
Chapter. B'nai B'rith Women, card
Joseph I party at the President Madison
Joseph Hotel Saturday at 7:30 p.m. All
Hoffonberg. Milton Kahn. Louis I proceeds will go to B'nai B'rith
Dublin. Jacob R. Modansky. Rev. charities.
In order to keep the n
ed award in Dade County as non-
political as possible, the rules -1
that elected or appointed officials
who receive pay tor their work are
not eligible for consideration. The
award is made on the basis of civic
motivation for which no compen-
sation is received.
Joseph M. Lipton, chairman ol
the board of Dade Federal Sa\
and Loan Association, is patron of i
the award s|>onsored by Sholem
Lodge 1024. B'nai B'rith. Ronald |
A. Shapo and Melvta Haber are
eochairmen. and nominations may |
bo addressed to Outstanding Citi-
zens Award, 1970, c o Melvin Ha-j
ber. Security Trust Bldg.. Miami, I
Fla. 33132.
Permanent judges are George
Beobe. managing editor of the
Miami Herald; Ralph Renick. vice
president of WTVJ-Ch. 4. and Fred
K. Shochet. editor and publisher of
The Jewish Floridian.
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Entertaining at Purim
BY ESTHER FEINBERG
The Feast ol Esther is a time of rejoicing ... a time for reliving Mordecai's triumph over Haman so many years ago.
It s a time for entertaining friends and neighbors, too. The makers of Hellmann's-* and Best Foods"" Real Mayonnaise
hope you'll enjoy serving these recipe ideas and wish you the happiest of Purim holidays.
CHILI BEAN BURGERS
1 (1-pound) can red kidney beans,
drained
1/2 Cup HELLMANNS 'BEST FOODS
Real Mayonnaise
2 tablespoons chopped onion
1 /2 teaspoon chili powder
1 pound ground beef, seasoned
as desired and shaped into
4 patties
4 hamburger rolls, split
4 tomato slices
Onion rings
Combine beans. Real Mayonnaise,
onion and chili powder. Broil ham-
burger patties, turning once, until
done as desired Top each with small
amount of chili mixture. Broil 6 inches
from source of heat 1 to 2 minutes or
until mixture is lightly browned. Mean-
while, toast hamburger rolls. Place
patties on bottom halves of rolls. Gar-
nish with tomato slices and onion
rings. Serve with remaining chili mix-
ture and roll tops Makes 4 servings.
ANCHOVY STUFFED EGGS
20 anchovy fillets, finely chopped
1 /2 CUP HELIMSUN S BEST FOODS
Real Mayonnaise
1 /2 teaspoon grated onion
10 hard-cooked eggs, halved
lengthwise
Remove yolks 'rom hard cooked eggs;
mash. Combine with anchovy fillets,
Real Mayonnaise and grated onion.
Fill egg whites with mixture Makes 20
stuffed halves. tHellmann's/Best
Foods is the creamy, smooth-blend-
ing mayonnaise.)
OVEN BAKED
MAYONNAISE CHICKEN
1 CUP HELLMANN S/BEST FOODS
Real Mayonnaise
1 tablespoon chopped parsley
1 tablespoon chopped green onion
1/2 teaspoon dry mustard
1/2 teaspoon soy sauce
1/4 teaspoon pepper
1 {2 1/2 to 3 1/2-pound) fryer, *
cut up
2 cups fine dry bread crumbs
Combine first 6 ingredients. Dip
chicken pieces in Real Mayonnaise
mixture, then in bread crumbs, coat-
ing evenly. Place in shallow baking
pan. Bake in 350'F. (moderate oven
1 hour or until chicken is tender.
Makes 4 servings. (Hellmann's/Best
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TONGUE CANAPE SPREAD
3 cups (12 ounces) ground
smoked beef tongue
1/3 Cup HELLMANN S/BEST FOODS
Real Mayonnaise
1 tablespoon horseradish
Combine ingredients. Serve on party
rye bread. Makes 2 cups or enough
for 16 canapes.
HALIBUT ALMONDINE
4 individual halibut steaks,
v cut 3/4" thick
Salt
Pepper
2 limes OR lemons
1 Cup HELLMANN S/BEST FOODS
Real Mayonnaise
1/4 cup slivered almonds
Sprinkle steaks with salt and pepper
and with juice of half a lime or lemon
in shallow baking pan. Marinate in
refrigerator at least 1 hour. Broil 7
inches from source of heat 5 minutes.
Spread steaks with half the Real May-
onnaise. Broil 5 minutes. Turn steaks.
Spread with remaining Real Mayon-
naise. Broil until topping is browned
and bubbly, about 2 minutes. Sprinkle
with almonds. Broil 1 minute. Serva
immediately. Makes 4 servings.
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it known as Best Food* Majonnj,,*. It tn
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HOT MUSTARD SAUCE
1/4 cup dry mustard
1/4 cup white vinegar
1/4 cup sugar
1/8 teaspoon salt
1 egg. beaten
1/2 Cup HELLMANN S/BEST FOODS
Real Mayonnaise
Shake mustard ard vinegar together
in small jar. Let stand 1 hour. Mix to-
gether mustard mixture, sugar, salt
and egg in small saucepan. Cook over
medium heat, stirring constantly, until
mixture is slightly thickened and al-
most boiling, abott 5 minutes Cool.
Before serving, stir in Real Mayon-
naise until smooth Serve over lavonte
fish. Makes 3/4 cup.
Note: Sauce may be stored several
days in refrigerator.
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"tfewish Floridian
the Woman s (A/oriel
Page 5-B
Friday March 5. 1971
JHrs. Meyers Receives
Honorary Membership
In recognition of her many con-
tributions to education, Mrs. Anna
Brenner Meyers, a 17-year member
ternational University as guest
speaker.
Mrs. Meyers worked closely with
the Citizens Advisory Planning
Committee established in 1957 to
plan what has become the multi-
campus Miami-Dadc Junior Col-
lege the largest in the nation.
Her close association with the de-
velopment of the college continued
through 1%8. while the college was
operated by the Board of Public
Instruction.
Previous recipients of honorary
membership In the 300-membor
Society include Mitchell Wolfson.
of the college's Board of Trustees.
Dr. Peter Masiko, Jr., M-DJC
president, and \V. Fred Shaw, vice
president for development at the
college.
Mrs. Cypen Hosts
Hostess Committee
Members of the hostess commit-
i for the annual Sehol
Ball of the Lehman Daj School
of Temple Brnanu-EI will meet at
the Miami Beach home ol Mrs
Irving Cypen Wesnesday morning
to omplete plans for the Satur-
day, March 13, dinner-dance.
Mrs. Al Podvin. president of the
Temple Emanu-El Sisterhood, is
serving as chairman of the host-
ess committee. Mrs. Ted Hollo, a
past president of the congrega-
tion's Parent-Teachers Association,
is heading the decorations com-
mittee.
Their appointments were an-
nounced by Robert L. Blum, gen-
eral chairman of the Scholarship
Ball, a black-tie event which is
considered one of the social high-
lights of the Jewish community
calendar, with the hostess receiv-
ing line one of the most glamorous
aspects.
Judge Irving Cypen. a vice chair-
man of the Scholarship Ball and a
vice president of Temple Emanu-
El, was one of the men who helped
to found the Lehnnan Day School
13 years ago.
>, ~
MM. ANNA UtiNNtR MOTEM
of the Dade County Board of Pub-'
lie Instruction, received honorary
membership in Phi Thcta Kappa |
Honor Society of Miami-Dade Jun-
ior College's South Campus during
special initiation ceremonies this
week.
The ceremonies during which 150
new members students with a
3.25 grade-point average or better
- were welcomed to the Society,
were held in the St. Augustine!
Student Center Auditorium. 1400'
Miller Rd.. Coral Gables with1
Dean B. G. Olson of Florida In-
I
HELP DOUGLAS GARDENS
WITHOUT SPENDING A DIME!
Funds earned by the Jewish Home for the Aged
Thrift Shop at 7300 N.W. 27th Avenue, in Miami,
are an important part of the Home's operating
income.
Won't you help the Home today by contributing
items for resale at the Thrift Shop?
Do you have furniture, appliances, bedding,
cameras, clothing, sporting goods or any other
saleable merchandise which you no longer need
or can use?
Do you know someone, a friend or a neighbor,
who is redecorating? Perhaps a hotel, an apart-
ment house. Tell them about our Thrift Shop.
Douglas Gardens has serious financial needs,
since 80% of its 222 residents are public welfare
recipients. With increased operating costs, and
public assistance payments in Florida the lowest
of all states, the Home urgently needs your help
to maintain its high quality care. May we count
on your support?
Just phone 696-2101 and arrange for our truck
to pick up your merchandise.
And remember contributions to the Thrift
Shop are tax deductible.
The Douglas Gardens family residents.
Board and staff thank you.
AARON KRAVITZ
JHA Vice President
Chairman
Thrift Shop Committee
JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED
Bazaar And Auction
Miami Chapter 787. B'nai B'rith
Women, will hold a ba/aar and
auction at the Israelite Center
Sunday at 7 p.m., it has been an-
nounced.
Rabbi Susskind To Lecture
Rabbi David J. Susskind of Tern- a'_,
pie Beth El. St. Petersburg, will
represent the Jewish Chautauqua !
Society as lecturer at Saint Leo'
College Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. The
Rabbi will speak in assembly on
the subject "The Jewish Attitude
Tow,ird War and Peace."
Oi. 2 Broadcasting
Program on Purini
A special Purim program will be
broadcast on Ch. 2 Tuesday eve-
ning, according to Leonard Zilbert.
president of the Bureau of Jewish
Education.
The program will be part of th"
Bureau's "Living Hebrew" pro-
gram, featuring the junior choir
of Beth David Congregation under
the direction of Cantor William
I.ipson. Participants will also in-
i elude Dr. Sol Landau, Rabbi of
Beth David Congregation, and Dr.
Louis Schwartzman, director of
the program.
A special film strip on the story
1 and customs of Purim will be
, shown: other visuals will include a
; song film, pictures and drop cards.
"Living Hebrew" which is now
in its 14th year of broadcasts on
i Ch. 2. is limiting its broadcasts this
! year to the six major Jewish
festivals.
, Mrs. Nathan Holstein of Pitts-
j burgh. Pa., was elected 16th
: international president of B'nai
I B'rith Women at the recent In-
ternational Triennial Conven-
! tion in Washington, D.C.
Mrs. Judy Schweitzer, (left) cochairman, Mrs. Marcia Gold-
stein, ways and means vice president, and Mrs. Sharon
Froug, chairman, map their plans for the annual Spring
Fashion Show-Luncheon to be held by Temple Zion Sister-
hood at King's Bay Yacht and Country Club Tuesday.
Temple Zion Sisterhood
Schedules Purim Event
The Sisterhood of Temple Zion
has scheduled its Spring Fashion
Show-Luncheon for 11:30 a.m.'
Tuesday in King's Bay Yacht and !
Country Club. 14401 S\V 62nd Ave.. )
it has been announced.
Sisterhood members will model
fashions by Sapphires, Inc., of Bal
Harbour and Dadeland; theme of
the event, will be "Esther," in
honor of the Purim holiday.
Mrs. Sharon Froug is serving as
luncheon chairman, with Mrs. Judy
Schweitzer as cochairman. Mrs.
Lenore Ravin is in charge of res-
ervations.
Josef Yanieh. executive director
of the Southeastern Region, Amer-
ican Jewish Congress, and co-
ordinator of the South Florida
Conference on Soviet Jewry, will
be presented as guest speaker in
the temple's Adult Education Se-
ries Monday at 8 p.m. He will il-
lustrate his lecture on the Jcv. in
the Soviet Union with slides.
Two performances of the R
Brothers Circus will be held >n
the parking lot of the temple. 8000
Miller Dr. The first will take pi
at 2 p.m.. the second at 4 p.m.
Tickets will be available at the
door, but will be higher pi i I
than those purchased in advar.ee
from the temple office.
Infant Death Chapter Here
The newly formed local chapter
ot the National Foundation for
Sudden Infant Death will meet at
8 p.m Friday, March 12, in the
Jester Retaurant, 8518 Coral Way.
Guest speaker for the organization
which aims to promote commu-
nity understanding -will be Sa.n-
uel Fcldman, Ph.D.. according to
Mrs. Stanley Preston, vice pi -.-
dent.
1 of 101
PASSOVER DELIGHTS.
Produced under strici Rabbinical supervision. Certificate on request.
PITTED
PRUNES
No pits,
tender
fresh
fruit
flavor
K Kosher Parve
The pits are out, the taste is inthe tastiest prunee
you ever ate from a dish, or right out of the pack-
age. Moist, tender and tangy with a fresh fruit
goodness that's strictly Suasweet
8| Abi Gezunt with
PITTED PRUNES


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Friday Mont* S. 1971
Miami Happenings
A Podia trie Ophthalmology
Symposium designed to present
current concepts of manage-
ment and therapy in childhood
ophthalmic disorder! will be
sponsored by Variety Children's
Hospital at the Deauville Hotel
March 7-11. This educational
project will be headed by I>r.
Donald II. Altman chairman, and
Dr. Alfred (i. Smith, program
chairman.
Mrs. Richard Malrhon. presi-
dent, League oi Women Voters
of Florida, his announced plans
for a seminar <>n government fi-
nance U) be held at the Gold
Key Inn in Orlando. March 9-
1 1 Approximately 100 commun-
ity leaders Horn all parts of
Florida, representing business.
industry, education, labor, civic
I cultural groups and gov-
ernmental bodies have been se-
lected as participants.
I'.s. Sen. Lawton Chile* was
in Miami last weekend t.i help
bOOSt Hi" March of Dimes Walk-
athon and attend the Southern
Conference oi Young Democrat-
ic Clubs of America banquet at
the Dupont Plaza Hotel, where
he introdue -d Arkansas' Oov.
Dale Bumpers.
Jodgs Edward Klein of Mi-
ami's Civil Court of Record and
Mrs. Klein will host the three-
day meeting of Florida's Criminal
and Civil Court of Record Judges
! March 25-27, Judge Klein
is preside it of the statewide
ass "elation
ir $
Sh-r>l G*ld, WTVJ press in-
formation manager, was named
"Advertising Personality of the
YeaT' by the Advertising Club
ol Greater Miami, and Howard
lirothr. th Miami Herald's di-
rector oi advertising received
the American Advertising Fed-
.'ii- Silv t Medal at the
Miami Ad Club's recent meeting.

Man 15. Kaiser h is been named
general manager ol advertising
fi.i National Airlines at the com-
- Miami corporate head-
quarters. He joins the airline
I e h im -, Smith, Mickelberry
A .ertising, Inc., Miami, where
he was account supervisor.
it it
Sigma Rho, n sorority at Mi-
e Junior College i South
Campus), is sponsoring an alu-
minum can collection drive for
the benefit of St. Jude Chil-
dren's Research Hospital, ac-
cording to president Lor.i SjKif-
ford. The drive will run through
March M> and encompasses all
heavily polluted areas such as
I 'dies parking lots, etc. in the
southwest area ol Dade County.
Food Fair stores in the West-
Chester Shopping Center, Pade-
I I Shopping Center. Coral
I ; bles i.'UOO Ponce i, and at
U.S. l at S.W 12nd Ave. will
is collection piints and
osit stations

Marshal E. Bosenbeig has been
named to a second term as chair-
of the Agents' Advisory
M nufacturers Life
lump my. The Coun-
I i- to advise manage-
n ilii rs of merchan-
>tlonal policy in
i. the effective-
Ing operation in
tes.
-
;. Scbeaffer of E. J.
: Associates, Miami
n : public relations
s elected chairman
ist Council of the
ie' ilion of Adver-
' ncleS at its recent
the Dora] Country
(
' ( onraboa, chab
of the Jeff ms in
. ik of Miami B -ach,
i | the ippointment
! I t-ht v ice presi-
Votsin, Cannon,
I nk's Advisory
i iop .".I ment of
.....- ta the
Mr, Miller, a
graduate of the University of
Florida, the Federal Reserve
School of Bank Examination and
the Florida Bankers Associa-
tion Trust School, was previ-
ously a Trust Officer at the Pan
American Bank of Miami.
it it. it
laekie Gleasoa will be honor-
ary chairman of the Dade-Mon-
roe Chapter, Leukemia Society
of America's annual appeal for
funds, according to lames M.
Browne, executive vice president
of GAC Properties, Inc.. and gen-
eral chairman of the Society's
1971 campaign for SI;50.000.
Dr. and Mrs. John E. Lewy
of Teaneck, N.J., and their chil-
dren. Karen and Steven, arc
visiting with Mrs. Dorothy Port
uoy at her Brickell Town House
apartment. Mrs. Lewy (Rosa-
lind l is Dorothy's daughter. Dr.
Lewy. head of the Nephrologj
Division of the Pediatrics de-
partment of New York Hospital.
has been invited to lecture in
August at a Paris hospital and
Dorothy is planning to join the
family there for a week's stay.
it it
Barry F. Brown, Field Rev-
enue Agent, with the Internal
Revenue Service, will speak on
"The Organization of the IRS in
the Southeast Region, its Op-
eration in the Jacksonville Dis-
trict and the Taxpayer's Appeal
Rights after an IRS Audit" at
Miami Chapter of the American
Society of Women Accountants,
monthly dinner meeting, Tues-
day in the Dupont Pla/a Hotel.
Th" social hour will be at 6:15
p.m. with dinner served at 6:45
p.m. Mrs. Sharon Brown, chap-
ter president, will preside at the
business meeting to follow.
-.- -ft
Invitations will l>o sent to more
than 700 women who serve as
presidents of local organizations
to participate in a "Parade of
Presidents" scheduled to take
place during the opening cere-
monies of the two-day "My Lady
Fair" exposition at Dinner Key
Auditorium, according to Mrs.
Sydney Weintrauh, chairman of
the March 19-20 event. Special
guest and observer will be Miss
Thongterm Valgaral of Bangkok.
Thailand. The Fair, sponsored
by the Council for the Continu-
ing Education of Women, will
feature 150 exhibits from busi-
ness, education and volunteer
groups, a workshop theater for
feature events, balcony theater
for films, special interest booths
and an employment demonstra-
tion area. Hours are 10 a.m. to
10 p.m. Friday, 2 p.m. to 10 pun.
Saturday.
it it it
The South Florida Chapter of
the 52,000 member National As-
sociation of Social Workers has
announced the observance of
National Social Workers Month.
S|K>asored by 172 NASW Chap-
ters COaSt-tO-COast, the March
1971 observance has its theme,
"Social Workers Advocates
for People and Community
Needs." Bfbw KasfeerbM Bltter-
iimui is chairman of the South
Florida Chapter.
it & it
The Greater Miami Philhar-
monic will present classical gui-
tarist Juan MereadaL Cuban
mezzo-soprano Marta Perez, and
the Ballet Concerto under tIn-
direction of Sonin Diaz in Dade
County Auditorium at 8:30 p.m.
Wednesday.
Jaques Joins United
Robert EC Jaques, who has Join-
ed I'nited Bancshares of Florida
Inc.. as vice president, will super-
\ ise and coordinate the advertising
and special promotion activities of
the Marketing Division, according
to an announcement made by Gui
L. P. Govaert, senior vice presi-
dent, Marketing. Mr. Jaques spent
24 years with the Bank of Cali-
fornia, where he attained tin- po-
sition of vice president and man-
Consumer Marketing.
Temple Or Olom To
Sponsor A Carnival
Temple Or Olom, 8755 SW 16th I
St., will sponsor a March 9-17 fun ,
carnival on the grounds adjacent (
to the temple with rides by the.
Degollcr Amusement Co., (the j
' same company that managed the
| Dade County Youth Fair" from
10 a.m. to 11 p.m. for teenagers
and younger boys and girls includ-
, ing Sky Diver, Scooter Ride. Round
] Up Ride and Scrambler Ride. Game
lMioths, an instant drawing artist
and pony rides will also be fea-
tured at the carnival. Popcorn, cot-
ton candy, candied apples, snow
cones, soft drinks and a kosher
food booth will be available: a big
ferris wheel will also be featured.
Carnival visitors are invited to
see the Miami Dolphins' special
film on the 1970 game series.
Questions will be answered and
autographs distributed, Thursdaj
March 11. at 8 p.m. in the temple,
Save 60*3 of the ticket cost by
buying them in advance from the
temple office.
Internationally Known
Rabbi Guest Speaker
The Jewish community of Ml im
will soon hive the op!>ortuniiy of
hearing a world-famous personal-1
Round Town
Dr. Herman Si-linsky, Clinical
Professor of Psychiatry at the
University of Miami, will be
honored on his 70th birthday,
Saturday, March IS, at a King's
Bay Yacht and Country Club
dinner sponsored by the l'-M
Medical School, the South Flor-
ida Psychiatric Society, the Dade
County Mental Health Associa-
tion and the Florida Psycho-
analytic Association where an
annual award will be established
in Dr. Selinsky's name to be pre-
sented to the student who shows
the best performance in psychia-
try during the year at the Uni-
versity. A plaque in recognition
of Dr. Selinsky's outstanding
contributions to psychiatry in
the community will be present-
ed to him by Dr. Brace Alstach.

Bernie Sutta known around
the Dade County Courthouse as
"the friendly bailiff for Judge
Edward Klein, ol the Civil Court
of Record, is presently a patient
in South M ami Hospital.
Travel Agency Recognized
Marking the loth anniversary of
Travelwise, Inc.. Miami Springs
Mayor John Cavalier issued a for-
mal proclamation last week des-
ignating Tuesday. March 2, as
Travelwise Day' in Miami Springs.
| In recognizing the travel agency,
the mayor said. "It's not too often
that a city recognizes the efforts
of one business in the community.
A business has to do more than
: just sell its product it must also
serve the community."
RABBI SOLOVEICH1K
ity in Torah lea ibbi A ron
Soloveichik, Dean of Faculty ol
the Hebrew T pge ol
Greater Chicago, wi?l be th< hon-
orcc' guest spe ikr it Beth I
Congregation. 77" 40th St M R ri
q, i 8p.ii Wi Ii sd > Mai '!
17.
Rabbi Solov ich t u
internal m illy ki own seh
fan ;. promiiv nt through >ut Eui
j ope during the thriving days >l
| the Talmudic A Ii nil i is th<
j brother if the ei iw I R ibh
Josi ph Ber Snlovi >f
I head of the Depart I I
at V" i l'ni> ty, md a
1 grands >n if 1
Chi \ m Sol ei -hik whi i w is ('hiel
j Rabbi in I i
Pri '
' din rhcolo Rabh
So!o\ i i -hik .- -
of I h(
al St minai > ol "> shh a L'ni-
tj ..: New V rl; [|
1 to his ontstand ngT
law legi ,ii Ui
sity,
i The ddress < R ibb S
' chik will i e th highlight of a full
week oi ictivil on the
Hi brew Theological College and its
I service to the Jewish communitj
! of Greater Miami. Rabbi Naftaii
Porush Is the coordinating eh
man ol these activities during the
ui ri nt year.
. ire presently five alumi i
ol the Hebrew Theological College
serving M spiritual lei tens ,n
, r Mi "in. They are Rabbi
Avrom Dra/in of the Urac itc C
lor. R ibbl David 1 -.-oi; eld, .f
th Israel, Rabbi N utali
p Young Israel
R Shmi ryahu T S -
skj of Beth Ja b at
Wi in of Bi th Israel longre-
m.
Th, i;. II m lb. ol gic I 'o]l. ..-.
is ihi si institution ol its l
,ves, ol v v- York, wit dep
i i ins r the tr in
i Tea ihx 111 Pi
i :iam for Mi n, a r jachi
Institute for Women, a
>f Advanced n
Studii A Liberal Arts Jun r
ind a four v -..1 Pn ;
toi y High School, ith i dou
rant ol J w ish and si c
studii s.
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Prune-Filled Hamantashen
Are Favorites For Purim
While there's no mention of
Hamantashen in the MegiUah (the
Book o' Esther In the Bible the
Purim simcha just wouldn't Ik- the
same without these three-cornered
pastries. Some .- .\ thai the shape
..ml the n<:u' cams from tho.tvi-
rarnc hal ol the villainous H iman,
but tr* c:: >ir. of filling H i
taslvn with prunes came ibo I
jdsi because th -y're delicious
A; one ; n making a prune
rfllii'.i; f(r Hamantashen was a
hu. imo!\ ::..; soaking, cooking
and |i;ttiii'4 th- di led fruit
t II I. Nowadays, we
lost i -culent, dimpled
fruit out of i pa kage ol Sunsweet
Pitt.-d Prunes, snip into small
pieo"--, and they're ready to be
combined with any other filling
Ingredients.
A favorite tilling for Haman-
tashen includi snipped prunes.
apricots ami chopped nuts. Ami
for i pastry to surround it. here
is a rich yeast dough that mixes
quiekly and ns"s in the refrig-
erator. After it's rolled out and
led right into the oven
#ithout a si ind rising and puffs
Up n sp ind fl iky as it bakes.
If time is short before Purim,
you in ik> quick i [am intashi n
dou h wit] ru -t mix and an
even quick ng with sn pp <1
tend -. pitted unes, some chop-
iricot pres \ es or
: .1 m i ide.
I'Kt VK-lll.l.KI)
II VMWTASIIDN
Pilling
1 package '12 Pitted Prunes
1 cup dried apricots
1 cup orange fuice
'_ cup chopped walnuts or
pecans
x* cup sugar
Snip the prunes Soak dried ap-1
ricots in '?: cup orange juice sev-
eral hours or overnight. Snip apri-
cots into a saucepan and add any
remaining orange juice. Add snip-
ped primes, chopped nuts, cup
morv orange juice, and sugar.
Cook wit low heat, stirring oc-
casionally until slightly thickened,
about 10 minutes.
Dotlgfl lor H.tniunhtshou
1 packet dry yeast
l> cup lukewarm water
4 cups flour
M ,-up sugar
', teaspoon -
1 cup butter r margarine
3
1 cup sour CT -aai
1 teaspoon v mills
Granulated sugar for
sprinkling
Soft >n yeast in lukewarm water, i
Temple Menorali U.S.Y.
Holds Youth Weekend
Combine flour with sugar and Salt.
Cut in butter as for pie crust.
Beat 2 cgtjs and 1 egg yolk t save
remaining egg white) together un-
til light. Add sour cream, vanilla
and spftened yeast. Stir into flour
auxtyr./. Combine well. Gatlujr
dough into a ball and chill in re-
frigerator 2 to 4 hours. The dough
will rise in the refrigerator. Punch
down dough and roll out about W
inch thick on a lightly f] lured
board.
Cut into 3'a inch rounds, put
about 1 tablespoon filling in the I
center ol each round. Pinch edges
together in three places, forming
a triangle, and moistening corners
lightly to most completely (dough spreads
during baking). Beat reserved egg
white until loamy; brush over
Hamantashen and sprinkle with
sugar. Bake on lightly greased
cookie sheets in preheated 350 de-
gree oven about 25 minutes, until
golden. Makes aixjut 2V4 dozen.
qncK prink
HAMANTASHEN
cup snipped Sunsweet
Pitted Prunes
cup chopped nuts
mo apricot preserves or
orange m irm ilade
pa :k "' pi crust mix
i for 2-ci usi ;
ei
tablespoon water i approx. <
Temple Menorah U.S.Y. is fea-
turing a Youth Weekend on the
theme "Encounter with Judaism"
Friday. Saturday and Sunday. <
Members of other youth groups will I The people who make Mazola
be invited to ask questions and UnsaJted Margarine offer this spe-
challenge traditional values of Ju- cial Purim treat a delightful rec-
ipe for Praline Candy. And, of
Praline TreatsPurim
Candy Made With Mazola
daism. Attempts will be made to
answer the 'hows and whys" of the
Jewish way of life.
Combine
serves foi
mix with
prunes, nuts and pre-
filling. Mix pie crust
et;g and just enough
In additionto* the regular Sab-
bath services and Sabbath meals
there will be workshops and semi-
nars by experts in the field of
youth programming as well as
Jewish education. Israeli dances
and son-, will also be featured
throughout the weekend.
Maxim Coffee For
Unexpected Guests
Everyone likes to l>e prepared,
particularly when it comes to en-
tertaining in the home But holi-
days like Purim often mean friends
and relatives "popping" in at un-
expected times. That's why it
makes good sense to have new im-
proved Maxim Freeze-Dried Cof-
fee right at your fingertips.
Of course, speed is one thing.
And good coffee flavor something
else. But because new Maxim is
processed faster, it can lock in
more fresh percolated flavor. Im-
proved Maxim is actually so rich
and strong that the people who
make it suggest that you use less
in every C"P- Be sure to add new
improved Freez-Dried Maxim Cof-
fee to your Purim shopping list.
course, it's made with good-for-you
Mazola Unsalted Margarine, long a
' favorite In Jewish humus, through-
; out the counti j.
PRALINE CANDY
', 1 pound light brown sugar
1 can evaporated milk
(5 1 3 o/.. i
2 tablespoons Karo light
corn syrup
'i cup Mazola Unsalted
Margarine
1 teaspoon vanilla
1'- cups pecan halves
Combine sugar, evaporated milk
and coin syrup in 2 quart sauce-
pan. Cook over medium heat, stir-
ring constantly, until mixture
comes to a boil. Continue cooking,
stirring occasionally, until tem-
perature reaches 238 degree- far-
enheit or until a small amount of
mixture dropped into very cold
water forms a soft ball. Remove
from heat.
Add margarine, but do not stir.
Cool to lukewarm (110 degrees
farenheit), then add vanilla and
beat until creamy and stir in pe-
cans. Drop by teaspoonfuls onto
waxed paper. Shape with a spoon
into a 2'--inch circle, spreading
pecans. Allow to remain Undis-
turbed until the pralines are firm
and sugared. Makes l1-.- pounds.
Maxwell House Coffee The
Traditional Holiday Drink
Funny how some things become
traditional over the years. Max-
water to hold dough together. Roll wHI Houso Qoftee is one of these,
Look For Silver Package
When you're shopping for Purim
Fixings, don't forget to look in
your grocer's dairy case for the
silver package of Philadelphia
Brand cream cheese, the favorite
cream Cheese in Jewish home- all
year round. Children love fresh
Philadelphia with Jelly on bread
and what's a bagel without a
eenerous sp i a lin : of Philadelphia
Brand cream cheese? It's certified
Kosher and made only by Kraft.
Count On Hellmann's
Purim is such a happy timi
especially when it comes to eating
all those delicious cakes and pas-
tries and special "company" .-
Hellman'S whole-egg mayonnaise
is special all year long, and can
surely be counted on at Purim.
What is Hellman's success secret?
Only fresh, whole eggs are used.
Always fresh, cieamy. and home-
made tasting, whether it is served
separati ly. in a salad or cooking,
you can depend on Hellman's may-
onnaise. Naturally, it's kosher and
parve.
Good Time For A Toast
Purim is a happy time you'll
Ih' greeting friends and welcoming
family. What a good time for a
toast! And what i good toast you
will share with Seagram's V.O.
Canadian whiskey! Everyone will
agree you are a good hostess when
you serve Seagram's it has en-
joyed an excellent reputation for
years. You will be confident wh n
you raise your glass and drink to
everyone's health and good fortune
with the "special occasion toaster"
- Seagram's V.O.
out 1 S inch thick on a lightly
'loured hoard; cut into .'-inch
rounds. Put a spoonful of filling
in center of each and pinch in 3
places to form triangle with cen-
ter of filling showing. Bake in
preheated 375 degree oven for 15
minutes, or until golden. Makes
about 1' j dozen.
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we approach the holidays?
These days there's a lot of talk
about speed and getting things.
done more quickly (though not |
necessarily better!'. That's why
it's good to know that Jewish
homemakers can still turn to ai
time-proven product like Maxwell
House Coffee. Available in both
instant and regular, Maxwell Hois'
is the traditional way to greet'
your Purim guests
The appointment of David R.
Baloah to the Board of Direc-
tors of Jefferson National Bank
has been announced. Mr. Ba-1
logh president of Balogh Jewel-
ers of Miami Beach, previously
served on the bank's Advisory
Board.
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} lere's new light on
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electricity has gone
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paid per kilowatt hour
by II }I .-served families
today is one-third less
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Friday March 5. 1971
Debra L. Green. Kenneth A. Strochnk
United In Marriage Saturday. March 6
ira Lee. the daughter of Mr.
l Mrs. Norroan L. Green of
ni. and Kenneth Alan, the son
MRS. KENNETH A. STROCHAK
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Strochak of
\V- stfield. N.J.. were married Sat-
v :iy evening, March 6. in the
Napoleon Room of the Deauville
H teL A dinner reception followed
t- ceremony, which was conducted
f Rabbi Barry Tabachnikoff.
The bride chose a candlelight
g vn of pure silk organza with an
E"-.pire bodice of reembroidered
neon lace. Rows of tiny seed
p- iris accented both the bodice and
!" long tapered Victorian sleeves.
HIM ANN HABEB
Julie's Engagement
Announced By Habers
J\ilie Ann Haber's engagement
1 Fred Jeffrey Cohen has been
BJ ciunced by her parents. Mr. and
Mrs. Melvin J. Haber. 6291 S\V
6 Ave.
A senior at Miami Coral Park
S- ,ior High School, the bride-to-be
is cffiliated with the CHO Nursing
p.'c-gram and is employed at Lar-
kir General Hospital. The prospec-
ti\fl bridegroom graduated from
C anside Hifrh School and is now
er-oiled at Hofstra University,
K -npstead. L.I., N.Y. His parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Mac Cohen, live in
O'.-anskie, L.I.. N.Y.
CONCERT Of INTERNATIONAL
CLASSICS, FOLK SONGS AND
PIANO SOLOS
On Sunday, March 7, 8 p.m.
at Hie Miami Beech Senior
High School Auditorium
2231 Prairie Avenue
(22nd St. ft Washington Ave.)
SARAH
SOPRANO
FERSHKO
HAYIM
FERSHKO
PIANIST-COMPOSER
For reservations call 534-3391
Tickets at Bojx Offke
Evening of Concert
The all-lace ruffled neckline form-
ed a scoop in back and the soft
demi A-Iine flowed into a Chapel
Haiti. Her illusion veil and heir-
loom Mantilla train of pure Bilk
organza and reembroidered lace
fell from a headpiece of sculptured
ind seed pearls, and sh
Hed a bouquet of pale yellow ros *
centered with a white orchid.
The bridal party included Marte
Fink, matron of honor: Sherry
Fink, maid of honor: and Laurie
Sezel, Emily Segel, Susan Green,
Nancy Brain and Diane Pn ISS,
bridesmaids. Richard Crisonino was
the groom's best man and the
ushers were Kenneth Given. Sam-
uel Fink. Bernard Landers Ira
i-iian. Edward Golden, Stev-
r G ry, Ronald Engel and Steven
Zohlman.
Mi and Mrs. Irving Victor.
grandparents of the groom, and
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Kohn. the
bride's grandparents, were hon-
ored guests.
Tile new Mrs. Str.x'hak attends
the University of Miami where
she is majoring in Education. Mr.
Strochak, who graduated from the
University of Miami with a B.A.
in Economics, is associated with
Landers-Stein Insurance Agency
as Unit Manager.
The couple will honeymoon in
San Juan and St. Thomas before
going to New York for a few day*
stay. While there they will be the
guests of honor at a reception
given by the groom's parents at
'he Shakamakson Country Club
in New Jersey.
Spinoza Forum Speakers
Scheduled During March
The Spinoza Forum for Adult
Education, which meets each
Thursday morning in the Wash-
j ington Federal Auditorium, 1234
( Washington Ave.. Miami Beach.
under the chairmanship of Raphael
Bui-slein and Thomas Davidoff.
'.was founded in 1933 by Dr. Abra-
1 ham Wolfson and meets year-
I round.
The lecture schedule announced
! for the month oi March Includes
'Israel and the -New Left" bj
Hyman Fliegel, past president of
I U'nai Ziun. March 11; a discussion
Dr. Wh< eler's essay "in 1995
I Man Will Live 120 Years" by Hi
Joseph K. Narot of Temple 1st i:
March IS. and "Moral Man in tfl
Unmoral Society" by Rabbi Nor-
man A. Shapiro of Temple Zion,
March 25.
Ava Lee Gardner Becomes
Stephen Goldstein's Bride
Dr. and Mrs. Alvin F. Gardner
of Silver Spring, M.I.. announce
the marriage ol their daughter.
JWVA's Activities
For Com inu Week
Volunteers scheduled to take the
portable telephone to bedridden
patients at Veterans Hospital this
week include Hospital chairman
Mrs. Florence Grossman and her
committee Jerri Bartlett, F.va
Kotch ami Pearl Silverman of
West Miami 223 on Friday; Mis.
Beile Swartz and Mrs. Sylvia Lieb-
man of Norman Bruce Brown 174.
Satutday; Stella and Sol Lipton of
Murray Solomon 243 on Monday;
Julia Ratner and Sarah Young of
North Shore 677 Tuesday. Mis
Ruth Burman will assist in the
Volunteer Office Friday: Lillian
Schoen will serve in the Hospital
Patients' Library Tuesday.
Miami Beach Aux. 330 will hold
a board meeting in the Washing-
ton Federal at 1234 Washington
Ave., Wednesday at 8 p.m.. with
its president Mrs. Minnie Hoppen.
presiding.
North Shore Aux. 677 president.
Mrs. Libbie Cohen will preside at
the second nominations and elec-
tion of officers for 1971-72 at its
7:30 p.m. business meeting in the
Washington Federal, 1234 Wash-
ington Ave.. Wednesday.
Abe Horrowitz Aux. 682 will
hold a Purim Party for members
and friends at Unified Hall. 2300
NE 171st St., at 8 p.m. Thursday.
March 11. with Mrs. Rickie Cohen,
president, presiding.
Harry H. Cohen Aux. 723 mem-
bi rs will visit South Florida State
Hospital Sunday with gifts of
clothing for the patients. Coffee
and doughnuts will also be served.
Empire-style gown with high
and lot": puff sleeves ending it ,
cuff w is beaded with hand
gi ed | ai is. Her silk ;1! ision \.
win ttiauned with matcim*. ia
and pi ii !*
i n Solomon, maid of ;
Is SI ai on
Istein, Joan
Gould woi o
.....- trimmed in >>i u
ii d yellow. Julie Fran K i
i r girl; David H rl
111>: m .s i Ing bearer.
The groomsmen Included H
ard Katz, in st man. and
Mark Estomin, Barrj Winter, La
r> Gardn i and I-ouis Gould.
Sally Gardner of Mia
Beach is the bride's patern
grandmother; Mr. and Mrs N i
than Estomin of Toms River. N.J
are the groom's maternal grand-
pa rents.
oaf -
Mr. and Mrs. Goldstein spe
thi ir honeymoon in the Poc
Mountains and are now main
their home in Sommerset N.J.
Alicia Touzet, 9, Dade Coun-
ty's Easter Seal girl, at the
Easter Seal Rehabilitation Cen-
ter where she receives therapy
and training under direction of
its medical director. Pedro Ar-
royo, Jr., M.D. Alicia, one of
hundreds of children striving
to overcome handicaps of many
kinds with the help of Easter
Seals, is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Philippe Touzet, 130-
21 NW 20th Ave.
MS. STEPHEN M. C01DSTVN
Ava Lee. to Stephen Miles Gold-
stein, the son ol Mr. and Mrs Abe
Goldstein of Toms River. N.J.
Rabbi Joshua Hertzberg ol Bay-
side, I..I.. NY., officiated at the
ceremonies, which took place at
the Emerald Gardens, in Balti-
more, Md.. Jan I
Tin1 brute, who graduated with
honors and distinction from the
University of Connectucl In Jan-
uary with a US legl e m Home
Economics, is currently working
toward her Master's degrei ;.t
Rutgers University. A member of
Phi Siyma Sigma sorority and the
Home Economics Society, she was
on the Dean's List, and was hon-
ored by being mane a membi i .:
Mortar Board and Phi Upsilon
Omicron, national home economii s
honorary fraternity.
The bridegroom, who has been
awarded a National Science Foun-
dation Fellowship at Rutgers Uni-
versity, received Iris B.A. degree
from the University ol Connecti-
cut, where he was a Psychology
major. A member .i '/. ta Beta
Tau fraternity and Hillel, he was
on the Ivan's List.
The new Mrs. Goldstein designed
and made her own gown and hi ad-
piece. The imported lace and satin
I Ham /antler To Ma tv
Peter Jacobson In Ji in-
Mr. and Mis. Farl Zand r
New Orleans, I-a.. announ. t!'
menl of their da1 ghti
Diane, to Peter Jaconson. trie s
.it Mr and Mrs. Albert Jacobso
1243 Catalonia Ave, Coral Gables
The bride-elect is a student at
Louisiana state University in Ne.
Orleans Her fiance, a graduate
i ral Gables Senior High School
is a senior at Tulane University in
New Orleans, and will enroll a'
id' University ol Miami's Scho
,i Medicine next September, r
plan to be married in New Orleat
| in June.
Poetess Special Guest
IV. i. -s Gittel Cltrin, who wi
1. a special guest at the Frida>
S p.m. Oneg Shahbc s uf the Da* ;
Pinski Club in the Ida M. Fish.
Junior High School Cafeteria. 142
Dre.xel Ave., will read selections
from her own works. Musical DO
lion ot the program will be by fo
Hi! la Zuker and Paul V
nowski and his mandolin.
Youngsters Participate
The Junior Choir and the Datu
Group ai Temple Judea's Religioi.-
SihiH.I will participate in faini
worship services Friday begir.nr !
al B pin. Rabbi Mon-is Kipp
has announced,
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Geraldine Fitzgerald Is
Special Luncheon Guest
and icreen actress Ger-
FiUg< raid was a s;m
,i th4 0] ning luncheon ses-
GtRAlDINt fniGlBALD
i
sion oi the Intr-i mtlonal inaugu-
ral Conference for State of Israel
Bonds this week at th<> Fontaine-
bleau Hotel which officially launch-
ed .i worldwide campaign for the
- i]i ol $400 million In Israel Bonds
i :r.i Isiac'.'s economic develop-
menl needs this > ir
Mrs Jan Peerce, National Wom-
en's Diviiioi iiirmin of the Is-
rael FJond Organization, presided
it the luncheon.which was high-1
lighted by Uw international pre-
miere of the "1971 Israel Fashion I
k ill : sc >;"." which will tOUl '
United SI it >s and Canada under
the auspices of : | Boi -i-
Mrs. Yosef Tekoah. wife if Is-
rael s Ambassador to I
< l on*, wh< was a rinci
speaki nted th Isra 'I
' Vv I to Mi Jaco !
ne Jewish i

ol the I-; ;
hi
Miss Fit2 raid, wh i began her
r al the 'I rheal Dub-
lin, m id her Hollj ut in
Wuthi in Heights." i" >r whii h
she re ved in Ac i lemy '.
her -i re-
membered films are "Dark VI -
m the Rhine." "Ten
North Frederick" ml "Three
;ei "
iiii Broadway, Miss Fitzgerald,
who makes her home in New York,
where she is a member of the
M iyi ir's i' win :' on Cultural
Ufa red in "Hide and
Seek" and with Orson Wells in
"King Lear." Her television cred-
its Include "The M on ind Six-
is ith Laurence Olivier.
"Dodsworth" and "David Copper-
field." Shi ilso starred in i series
c die i "Our Private Worl I."
State if Israel Bonds are the
central source of investment capi-
tal for Israel's historic program
f economic development. Pro-
ceeds derived through the sale of
Israel Bonds ore making possible
the building of permanent homes,
the growth of industry and agri-
culture the expansion of irriga-
tion, the construction of roads,
h irbors and railways, the incre ise
of electric power, and the expl Sta-
tion oi' natur il resources.
Megillah Reading
Ushers In Purim
Th, reading of the Megillah
th. Biblical Storj of Esther
will usher in the Festival of Purim
next eek in the Greater Miami
area.
Al Temple Ne; Tomid, the Me-
gillah reading u. honor of the
Festival of Purim will take place
at 7 p.m., Rabbi Eugene Labovitz
has announced. In keeping with
the spirit of the occasion, the chil-
dren .-1 the Religious School and
the community will receive grag-
t.' rs and a trc it
In conjunction with the holiday,
the K ligio.is School is sponsoring
Its annual Purim Carnival Sunday,
March 14, beginning at noon. The
carnival is open to the public and
will feature games, prizes anil food,
according to Emanuel Feder, edu-
cational du-ector. Ihe committee
in charge of arrangements includes
Mrs. Warren Goldman, Mrs. Ger-
ald Rosenthal. Mrs. Sheldon Zane.
Mn. Paul Leight and Mrs. Charles
Silvers.
the Scroll of Esther in K;
will begin at 7:30 p.m. The short
Purim service will be followed by
Purim songs and the youth in at-
tendance will be provided with
graggers and Hamantashen.
The second service will be a tra-
ditional all-Hebrew Purim service
for these1 who desire to hear the
Megillah read entirely in Hebrew.
The Jewish National Fund is
Sponsoring its annual Purim Seu-
clah in the Fontainebleau Hotel at
6:t0 p.m. Thursday, March 11.
The program will be geared to the
spirit of Purim, representing joy
and gaiety in Jewish life. Admit-
tance is by reservation only, it has
been announced.
Dr. Irving Lehrman bestows a rabbinical
kiss upon Mrs. Samuel N. Friedland as he
presents her with a unique Torah pointer
at the 31st anniversary luncheon of the
Temple Emanu-El Sisterhood in the Fried-
land Ballroom. Mrs. Al Podvin, Sisterhood
president is at left; Mr. Friedland, chair-
man of the board of Temple Emanu-El and
Mrs. Ted Hollo, chairman of the day are at
right. Mrs. Friedland was named "First
Lady" of the organization in recognition of
her "dedication and devotion to Sisterhood
since its inception" at the luncheon, which
also honored all past presidents of Sister-
hood.
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. ^/4bout j^eople and ji laces .
WHO COOKS?
Judge and Mrs. Charles Gertler have had
lots of company. But the days of Hilda's cooking
are long gone. They've been eating out-out-out!
Their daughter and son-in-law, Trudy and Peter
Ban, are all excited about their four-month trip
to Europe that is coming up soon. Peter is a
native of Budapest, and although they have been
married 44 years, Trudy has never met his fam-
ily. So they will go to Budapest first and then
Peter will show her the Europe he knows. Of
course they will spend a lot of time investigating
and enjoying the theaters. Peter teaches drama
in New York and Trudy is in public relations.
But I think she won't bother about "public re-
lations" while they are gone, just their own.
Sherry, the youngest Gertler daughter, a student
at Miami Beach High School, was recently se-
lected as an Achievement Key winner in the
1971 Florida Scholastic Art Awards. Her entry-
is a pen-and-ink drawing called "Betasia" which
represents vegetation. It intrigues me I am
tempted to visit Burdine's to see the entries before
they are chosen for national awards.
THE PHYLLIS mi.i.i it OF SOI TH MIAMI
Pi, the wife of Bernard Marko, tells me they
moved because the air-conditioning man and the
gas man came at the same time to their old
house so there was an explosion. Their new-
home, in South Miami, is practically a small
farm, with lots of fruit trees and tomatoes and
stuff. (It must be a "Garden of Eden," because
they have Adam who is four years old -- but no
Eve. i Anytime anything goes wrong. Pi fixes it
she Ls getting to be quite an expert at garden-
ing, outside and inside repairs to every thing that
:an decide to quit working. Wonder how her
gorgeous fingernails look now? Adam she says.
is adorable, and cute as can be. and also very
--mart.
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Temple Beth Moshe will usher
in Purim Wednesday with two
Services, according to Rabbi Jo-
seph a Gorfinkel ami Ernest Ger-
stein. president of the congrega-
tion. The first, a one-hour family
and youth service with reading ol
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A special Megillah reading of
the traditional story of Purim as
required by Jewish law, will be
fiatured at the celebration being
planned by Oholei Torah Day-
School in the auditorium at 500
SW l"th Ave. Thursday, March 11.
at 10 a.m. A special Masquerade
conti st will be the highlight of the
festivities. The 130 students will
parade before the judges in their
Purim costumes, which will t>-
graded on originality, beauty and
subject, according to Rabbi Sho-
lom D, Lipskar, principal.
National President
Of JWV Auxiliary
Pays (Official Visit
Frances L. Forman, president of
the National Ladies Auxiliary,
Jewish War Veterans of the
U.S.A., will be in Greater Miami
this weekend on an official visit.
A busy schedule has been ar-
ranged for her by Mrs. Arthur
Lee. beginning with an interview
en WIOD (610) with Larry King
at 8 p.m. Friday.
Miss Forman, who is employed
as a contract specialist at the U.S.
Naval Supply Center, Newport.
R.I.. has been a member of the
JWV Auxiliary since 1945, when
she joined the local auxiliary in
her home town. Fall River. Mass. j
Her itinerary will include a tour I
of Miami's Veterans' Hospital, and
attendance at a Council of Admin- |
istration meeting in the Ameri-
cana Hotel Sunday.
Miss Forman will be the guest
speaker at a luncheon in her honor i
Sunday which will be attended by |
hundreds of Auxiliary members
from all over Florida, including
St. Petersburg. Tampa and Or-
lando.
During her visit. Florida's new-
est group of juniors, the West
Miami Auxiliary's Junior Division
,vi!l be instituted. The group was
organized by Immediate past De-
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Friday March 5. 1971
"*"
Hillel Adding
Nursery Class
Dr. Rutchik Lecturer In
Temple Menorah's Series
Miami Beach Hadassah leaders at Hadassah Mid-Winter
Leaders Conference in Israel included Mrs. Philip Thau,
Heft) past president of the Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah
and a member of the National Service Committee of Hadas-
sah; Dr. Uri Khassis, director-designate of Hadassah's
Mount Scopus Hospital, and Mrs. Emanuel Mentz, of the
Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah.
Hillel Community Day Sell ol
will open a miner? class in Sept-
ember, it has boon announced.
Tlv d.'cision lo add a nursery1
to the Hillel School jjafc rn;"''' in',
response to the'c'lemandol parents
of the children now attending
Hillel, Irving Kuttler, chairman of
the Kilucation Committee, said.
"As a community school, Hillel
feels the obligation to moot educa-
tional needs of Jewish children on
as many levels as the pros, nl
school facilities can accommodate,"
he said.
The Hillel School, which open-
ed last September, presentlj con-
ducts classes from Kindergarten
through sixth grade will also bo
opened next September, and high-
er classes will be added in succes-
sive years.
The nursery class will meet
Monday through Friday from 8:30
to 11:30 a.m. A supervised after-
noon play program and lunches
will bo available for children
whose parents require a lull-day
nursery plan, from S:.i0 a.m. to
$:30 p.m. Transportation will be
provided in South Broward and
North Dado Counties.
"The Vanishing American Fam-
ily" will be the subject of the third
lecture in Temple Menorah's

Mrs. Leonard Wolpe, of Coral Gables, president of the Flor-
ida Region of Hadassah, at Hadassah's Mount Scopus
Complex.
500 U.S. Hadassah Leaders
Attend Israel Conference
.111RUSALEM Some 5(H) lead-
. is of Hadassah from all parts ol
the USA g ithcred in Jerusalem
'.hi- -he recenl Hadassah Midwin-
ter Leader's Conference.
In the coi rse ol the Conference,
they were add > Prime Min-
ster <; ili M r i' a grand ban-
ojuel given in tlv Knesset, Is-
iel s ( quhalen '. t longi ess; thej
esented the Henrietta S/old
Lward for outs'anding humani-
tarian service to Israel's president
in Shazar and they wi i I
dressed bj Foreigi Mini iter, Abb i
n Minister of Finance, Pinhas
i other Isrj II li I rs
The leaders visited the H idassah-
Unh ei ';. Mi dical Can*
ter, where thej n il '. the way in
111 '- .-.-' ;:Mi<" Party
\ Purl at ime party with
.' s awarded foi originality will
the '' i isach i tts Club
March 11, at 8:30 p.m.
I Aire Hoti I, a< t ording to
Chit The
'
which the Center is serving Jew
and Arab alike Aral' I
receiving free open-heart surgery,
cancer therapy, plastic surgery
and other forms of treatment. The
delegates also Ban the work In
progress on the rebu Iding of its,
Mount Scopus Hospital, which will
serve .mother 300 patients.
Thi' Hadassah Community Col--'
iege, a now venture in higher edu-j
cation In Israel which will providi |
technical and career education in
two-year courses for students who
have finished high school, but are
unable to take degree courses at a
university, was .'.'.so dedicated dur-l
ing the conference.
To l>o eligible for the half-day
or full-day nursery, a child must
have attained his fourth birthday
by December 31. 1971. Rabbi
Simon Murciano. principal of Hil-
lel, stated. Pro-school training Will
i rod to personality develop-
ment and understanding of Jewish
and American culture and will be
guided by teachers trained in early
Childhood education and alert to
tho needs of individual children.
American and Jewish holidays
will be celebrated in varied and
magUiative ways geared to the
child's level of understanding. The
youngsters will learn American
and Jewish folk songs and stories
and simple Hebrew vocabulary,
but the prime interest will bo the
growth and wll-boing of each
child.
For additional information and
arly registration, parents should
contact Rabbi Murciano. principal,
at the Hillel School Office.
DR. ALIEN RUTCHIK
"Challenge of the 70's" sei es Dr.
Allen Rutchik, a I psycholo-
gist of the C mity Mental
Health Clinic, II ture on this
vital Issue facing the American
domestic .- en I
Sundaj ii Temple Mei orah
Dr. Rutchi c, wh i n
Ph l) last ye fro n the Univer-
sity of Miami, has extensive ex-
perience in youth and family prob-
lems through the directorship of
the Southeast Region of the United
Synagogue of America, where he
planned all the youth activities in
addition to synagogue operations.
A comparative analysis betw n
Jewish and non-Jewish families
showing the character-molding fac-
tors affecting the growth of young
people Into adulthood will bo pre-
s, nb l by Dr. Rutchik. as well as
presently known psychological data
tiding the impact of the fam-
llj structure upon individual
growth and its effect upon the
survival of Judaism as an ethnic
group m America A question and
answer period will follow, R ibbi
Mayer AbrimowJtz, spiritual lead-
er "I the temple, staled.
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+Jcwist> norldfori
Page 11-B
What s \roohin
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iii r, and
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cam fish
By KITH BOUtlS
v. i> seldom d. we recommend a prodaci in our column, but
this time we feel that we may break the rule. We are sure that
you will benefit from it. so we wanl to bring to you- atti ntion a
new Israeli product that is being sold here. It is a "cholent," the
well-beloved Jewish traditional dish, that comes to you in a nice
bright package. Yes, in a package, because this cholent is de-
hydrated. It takes only .TO minutes to cook the Israeli cholent
while the original version t ikes lo hours, and the results hit
equal!} good. The Israeli cholent is, oi course, kosh
produced by OS km of Tel Aviv.
While you are shopping, look foi other Israeli products
which will make your Purim feast eas> and memorable, such
"Gefilte Fish" that comes in a can, actual slices of
with lish filling.
Golden Soup Mix. or other sou;, mixes \ be served with
ct sp. delicious Israeli 'soup nuts." a reallj i esh fruit
s wp" also comes in n package, and ever; bo Ij l n, it. Fi r Purim,
serve Israeli wines, cookies and ; in m very much.
Is;-1, u products are sold m the kosht r food si I on in super-
markets md in other Jewish specialty si res, You ma> contact
the Israeli Consulate in your area for furl iboul
[sraeli products, and where they are
AN ISRAELI PI KIM FEAST MINI
Humus, Tahina, cr ckers om 'ans md
packages'.
' iefilte Fish i from a can '
Ans kind oi [sraeli iup \v.;li Israeli soup nuts
a ijietiizers from packages J
Pish Meat, lany kind) with cholent from a ; ckagc
Soap Fiuit soup (from a pa :1 igei
Main dish Israeli white and red wines, for after dinner
S3 dad Sabra liqueur
-,ii Black coffee with I- i li ndics, cookies, and
,. sweets
"
Purim is the time ol remembering i thers, of sh iring, and of
:: happy together. A fine Jewish custom is observed on Purim
M;shloaeh-Manot, which means xehanging gifts. Tl\e gifts are
generally plates filled with sweets, candies, "hamantashen" fruit
and cakes
Here you will find a recipie for pan" fruit The little
fruit-shaped sweets ill add color it I utj to your "Mishkwch-
Manot," uid > # fi ends and famil> ivill b hap iy to get them.
M<>< K MARZIPAN FRl'IT
1 pkg it lemon flavored -' I md blanched
itine <3 oz.)
> | p .,i swei tened- : v,:"''
idensed milk foe l-colorini
; iund coco >' ''
ind l\vs
| nd the iats. c 'her I finer
tlii Im tter the "marzip in II b iN /our bli n li r for
iding i Put the latin n i m I bowl it add the
otidensed milk, mix until the gi I wolves ami add 'lie dry
ground ingredients Mix well, add thi i ixture should look like childn n's i that you can
- .< i: ii is too soft, add ome ground almonds oi coconut.
Divide the mixture into three pet-. Add different food
.otoi ng to each put. From the green "marzipan-dough" make
pples, pears, etc., from the yellow maki bananas, lemons, etc.,
rom im1 red make strawberries or cherries.. To shape the fruit
y, grease your h. nds with salad oil. start with balls about
me inch in diameter and shape them into the .1 iff. rent fruits.
lYou ca,, accent the fruit- with additional color, like a red
"cheek" on the appics.i Add whole cloves as stems Dry the fruit
for about 2 hours m a dulled place and then store in an air-
tight box. at room temperature.
J\tr JHitzval*
ROBIN SCHAFFER
Robin Mania, the daughter of
Dr. and Mrs. Mortimer Schaffer,
Will become Bat
Mltzvah Satur-
day, March 1971 at Temple
Emanu-El.
Robin is a 7th
grade student al
K v e r glades
>1 for Girls.
where she is on
the Honor Roll,
and also at-
tends Temple
i in inu-EI Religious School. She
plays guitar and is a member ol
the Everglades Glee Club.
Mr. and Mrs. [rvin Sherman and
Mrs. Doroth> Schaffer, Robin's
grandparents, will attend the event.
t- i>
TODD LOWE
Todd Sanford, the -on ol Mr.
md Mrs. Sidm j Lowe, 18900 SW
92nd Ave, will be called to the
n as a Bur Mil i\ ah Saturday,
March 6, it Temole Or Olom.
Todd, a seventh grade student at
r Ridge Junior High School,
plays clarinet in the school band.
He plays football for the Optimist
Club and is s member of Temple
Or Olom's newly-formed hoys
choir,
Mr. and Mrs. I .owe will host the
Frida> evening Oneg Shabbat, the
1 Kiddush Saturday following the
' cervices, and n reeention in Todd's
honor Saturday evening.
Among the honored guests will
lx> Todd's zrandpari nts. Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Valkowitz and Mr. and
; Mrs. Morris Hi rnstein. and his
aunts and uncles from New Jer-
sev, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lowe and
1 Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Koretz.
vS -v
ADAM IJONKK
i Saturday morning, March B. at
i Bi th Torah ConKreeation, Adam.
> the son of Mr. and Mrs Alexander
Doner, "ill become Bar Mitzvah
during the worship services,
The eel, la an;. a member of the
Mitzvah class at Harold Wolk Re-
ligious School, whi re he lias been
a student for the pasl fo ir y us.
be a member ol the Confirma-
i tion Class of 197."..
In honor <>{ the occasion, Adam's
parents will sponsor the Kiddush
following the services.
MARK HI.K< UMAX
Mark, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
I Arthur Blechman, will l>c called to
i th. Torah as a Bar Mitzvah Sat- j
urday, March 6, at Beth Torah (
Congregation.
Mrs. LeVine Delegate To
BBW's Triennial Convention
Mrs. David Le Vine, president of
the Broward-North Dade Council.
B'nai B'rifh Women, was among
tnVKio delegates who-enthrreit in
Washington last month for the or-
ganization's Triennial Convention
and elected Mrs. Nathan HolStein
to head its shite of officers lor the
coming three-year period.
The 75th anniversary of B'nai
B'rith Women was celebrated at
tlu dinner where the new officers
were installed. Its history since
the formation of the first chapter
in San Francisco just before the
turn of the century was traced in
a dramatic presentation entitled
"Tomorrow is Another Day."
Keynote sneaker at the opening
session was Mrs, Rita !:. Hauser,
U.S. Representative on the l.N.
1 Human Rights Commission. Maj.
I Gen. Yitzhak Rabin, Israel's Am-
bassador to the United States, ad-
dressed a closed session on the
prospects for peace in the Middle
East, The delegates also heard Dr.
U illiam Korey, director of B'nai
B'rith's United Nations office, Sen.
Freu Han is of Oklahoma and the
international presidcrt of B'nai
B'rith Girls, Shelley Stuart of
Philadelphia. Miss Stuart prescn
i cd a cheek for Sl.ooo. represenui -
funds raised by the teenage B'p
< IsViUi nwm+wrs for the BBW Chi -
drcn's Home in Israel, a facility
iii ar Jerusalem for boys 9-14 wr-
i have serious emotional problems
Tne organization's year-lot r
drive for funds to build a thre -
Story addition to the Home w. -
culminated at a luncheon where
cheek for $250,000 was present I
to its director. Yccheskicl Coh
Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach and ti
Butya Heller Dance Group gave
;u esei tat ion hich dramal iz< d t
work of the Home during ti
1 entertainment portion of the pi
gram.
I'a soli ions passed by the d< I -
I ^ ieieei ned the Genocide Co -
vention, the International Year i
,\, tion lo Coml at Racism and R -
cial Discrimination; Jewish nun' -
it Its in Arab countries, iovietJe -
i j. i cons imer proti ction ageni
d rights for women, polluti '.
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policy platform for B'nai B'ri t
Women was also adopted.
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Ait Club Celebrates
The Miami Beach Art Club will
celebrate its 14th anniversary at
8:30 p.m. Sunday with dinner and
entertainment at theCamelot Res-
taurant Artist James M. Couper
will discuss the formation of an
exhibition at the 7 p.m. Monday
meeting of the Miami Beach Art
Forum in the Miami Beach Public
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The Miami Beach Chamber of
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Stone, (above) Florida's newly-
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' boy Clubs Internaational as its
special quests of honor. The
' event will be held at the Play-
boy Plaza Hotel Thursday.
i March 11.
Mark, who wi'l now join the
Confirmation Class rj 1973, has
i attended Beth Torah's Religious
School for the past five years, lie
| will be honored by his parents at
i the Kiddush following the services.
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MELISSA CAIDEN
Melissa, the daughter of Judge
and Mis. Stanley Caiden. will ob-
serve her Bat Mitzvah Friday cm -
ning, March 5, at Beth Torah t'o:i-
li gation, where she has attended
,us si hool for the past seven
yi an.
Melissa, who will be a member
ol the Confirmation Class of 1973,
will be honored at the Oneg Shab-
bat sponsored by her parents fol-
lowing the services.
BICHABD UPTON
Saturday morning, March 6,
I during the 10:30 a.m. services at
Temple Sinai of North Dade.
Richard, the son of Mr. and Mr-
Carl Lipton, will be Bar Mitzvah. j
A seventh grade student at the
Hebrew Academy of Greater Mi-
ami, Richard attends Temple Sinai
Religious School.
A number of relatives from out
ol town will be present to share in
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Pags 1J-B
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The Right To Be Different
Or. Irving Lthrman
By DR. IRVING LEHRMAX
Temple Enianu-El
Wednesday evening, we shall
gather in our synagogue to usher
in the delightful Purim holiday;
there we shall
re-read the an-
cient Biblical
story found in
the Book of
Esther.
One of the
most challenging
statements of
the entire epic
is made by Ha-
inan, who com-
plained to the
King a tout the
Jews with these
striking words: 'There is one peo-
ple scattered and dispersed among
the nations and all the provinces
of thy kingdom and their laws ire
different than those of every
people."
Evidently, neither Haman nor
Ahasuerus cherished the principle
of the right to be different a
principle which is very basic to
Judaism and of course, democracy.
What a pity it Is that in our ef-
forts to improve intergroup rela-
tions, there is always the tempta-
tion to pinpoint similarities. Would
it not be a more fitting demon-
stration of true brotherhood to en-
courage a respect for others not
because of similarities, but in
spite of differences?
America itself is the best exam-
ple. For years people referred to
this country as a melting pot. I
n. ver approved of that appellation,
because a melting pot connates
uniformity, a vast mass of same-
ness, and our country never was
that! I have alwavs preferred to
refer to it i- a in'iL-hborhood where
different backgrounds, different
cultures, different faiths live side
l> de, each loyal to its tradition
but "he sani" time, reaching
aCT SS it- own special uniqueness
to create the richness of the Amer-
ican heritage.
Our country would be the poorer
were we to water down the individ-
ual characteristics of our cultural
and pluralistic society. And what
a challenge it is for us Jews, in
particular, to adhere to this prin-
ciple.
In his scholarly work, "Where
Judaism Differs." the late Dr. Abba
Hil'.el Silver impresses upon us
this very point. He urged us to
pursue the principle of the right
to be different not only for our
own sake, but for the sake of
America.
How much richer would our
country lie today, when its spirit-
ual foundations are tottering, if
the vast Jewish repository of moral
and ethical rrsmrces were opened
to its fullest for all Americans to
share! What a contribution we
would be making to the well-being
of our country if we strengthened
the syr.agog"e and all our institu-
tions of learning! What bounties
we would add to the future of so-
ciety if we subjected the hearts
and spirits of our young people to
the well-snrings of our glorious an-
cient tradition!
If the story of Purim teaches us
anything, it should be that we
have not only the right but the
privilege to be different: it should
renew within us a pride of our
heritage and a desire to make it a
vital active part of our lives.
Library Workshop Friday
Florida's Secretary' of State
Richard Stone, whose office is re-
sponsible for derations of the
State Library, will attend the li-
brary workshop in the Balmoral
Hotel Friday. The session, which
begins at 10 a.m. with Mrs. Alice
Ihrig as keynote speaker, is one of
a statewide series, according to
State Librarian Sherwood Kirk.
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
Why do some people stand up
all the thne-ttwt^Jw Tomft is
read in the synagogue?
It is related that Rabbi Mayer
of Rothenberg would do so. Some
explain the reason for this to be
because the reading of the Torah
is a simulation of the revelation
at Sinai wher-1 the Torah was
originally given. At that occasion
the people of Israel stood up in
awe and reverence.
The revelation at Sinai is thus
considered to lie an on-going ex-
perience which the Jew senses ev-
ery time he hears the reading of
the Torah.
Thus people stand during the
Torah reading.
What is the derivation of the
name "Tiberias," a city In the
Galilee neetion of Israel?
It is generally accepted histori-
cally that this city was built by
the son of the famous King Herod
who was called Herod Antipos and
who named it in honor of the Ro-
man Emperor Tiberias in the first
century.
The rabbis in the Talmudic lit-
erature offered other explanations
for the name of this city. They
t-aced it to the Hebrew word
"Tabur" which means navel, ex-
plaining that Tiberias was called
by this name because it was the
central source of authority [the
navel being the center point of
the todyi in Jewish life after the
destruction of the Temple. Also,
perhaps, because it is located mid-
way along the western shore of
the Sea of Galilee.
Another explanation given by
the rabbis is that the word Ti-
berias reflects two words "To-
vah Reiyatha" pood appear-
ance. This would indicate that it
was a very nice looking city and
had a beautiful view of the lake
on which it was situated. (Talmud
Babli, Megiii.-ih 6A, Baba Metzia
23:B1
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Tetzaveh
And thou shalt command the children of Israel that they
bring unto thee pure oil. beaten for the light I Gen. 27:
20-30: lOt
PRIESTLY GARMENTS: Aaron and his sons, Nadab and
Abihu, Eleazar and Ithamar, were chosen by God to serve as
priests. One of their functions was to keep the lamps of the
Menorah burning continually in the sanctuary, the oil for the
lamps being provided by the members of the general community.
When officiating in the sanctuary, all the priests were to wear
special garments, but Aaron, as high priest, was to be robed in
distinctive vestments made by skilled craftsmen: the Ephod a
short garment worn around the body under the arms, reaching
down to the waist and made of the same material as the cur-
tains and veil of the tabernacle with the addition of golden
thread woven into the fabric: the Breastplate of Judgment a
piece of similar material doubled over at the bottom to form a
pouch about nine inches square with the upper part fastened by
two golden chains to the shoulders of the Ephod. and the lower
by two golden rings bound by threads of blue to two correspond-
ing rings in the Ephod: the Robe of the Ephod a large sleeve-
less garment worn underneath the Ephod made entirely of blue
material with an opening at the top. (to allow it to be drawn
over the head) reinforced by a birder of woven work to prevent
tearing, and a fringe adorned with pomegranate-shaped bells of
richly colored material, alternating with golden bells: the Mitre
a turban of linen, to the front of which a plate of pure gold was
attached, engraved with the words "Holy to the Lord." Aaron's
other garments consisted of a woven tunic, girdle and breeches, all
made of linen.
CONSECRATION OF THE PRIESTS: The consecration
of Aaron and his sons was confirmed. Aaron was arrayed in his
robes by Moses and his bead was anointed with oil. Various I IC-
rifices were brought for atonement and dedication and a number
of symbolic rituals were performed. These rites were repeated
iaily for seven days.


Mizrochi Women Attending Council's Donor Luncheon
Mizrachi Women were to assem-
ble in the Cotillion Room of the
Eden Roc Hotel Thursday noon
for the Florida Council's Donoi
Luncheon. Mrs. Morris Zellner. and
Mrs. Rubin Jacobs. Luncheon
chairmen, announce. In keeping
with the Joyful Purim holiday a
"Queen Esther" was to be chosi n
crowned, and gifted. Guest speaker,
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross. :
pal of the Hebrew Academy ol
Miami Beach, was to to followed
by Lee Barry. "Gentleman of
Songs." Mrs. Alfred Stone is the
Florida Council coordinator of
Mizrachi Women, which plays a
vital part in the Youth Aliyah
program in Israel.
Film At Beth Sholom
James S. Knopke, chairman of
Temple Beth Sholom's coffee.
Culture and Conversation" pro-
gram, has announced that th< film
nd th< Miragi." which was
produced in Israel with narration
by Loren I in i ne will I*' shown
as part of in. CCC series Sunday
at 10:30 a.m.
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ld
ervtces
MIAMI
A H A V A T SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox ;
Cantor Aron Ben Aron. 1
ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave.!
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowitz 2 I
BETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. Ken.
Shall Dr s. Miami. Reform. Rabbi ,
Herbert Baumgard, Cantor Micheal
Kyrr. 3 i
ETH DAVID. 2626 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative, Rabbi Sol Landau
Canto William W. Lipaon. 4 |
Friday 8:16 p m Sermon: "Judith a
Unique Jewish Heroine." Saturday I
a.m. is.ir Mi U van: Ronald Model,
eon of Mr. and .Mrs. Hilton Nadel.
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Orthe.
dox. 6
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BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Ben Diekson *
Friday B:15 p.m. Topi'-: "The Amala-
kitea ol Today!" followed by Ones
Bhabbat hosted by Congregation in
honor "f new members Saturday 8:45
a m : A Tim< To Remember." '
p.m. "Portion of Law." 5:30 p m':
uv Are Prone To Forget"
BETH TOV (Temple). 6438 SW Sth
St. Conservative Rabbi Simon
April. Cantor Seymour Hinke* f
Friday 8:18 p.m Sermon: "Why
Celebrate Purim?" followed by Oneg
Bhabbat sponsored by Temple ami
Sisterhood.
ISRAEL (Temple) OF GREATER
Miami. 137 NE 19th Street. Reform.
Rabbi Joseph R Narot. 10
Friday 8:11 p.m Topic: 'Mow To
Save. The Future For Ju.iai.sm"
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ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
Orazin Cantor Nathan Parnass. 11
Friday S IS p m anil fl IS p.m Ser-
mon "Kv i y
unlay 8:45
Week-
Jew A Mordecai!" Sat-
a.m.: "Portion of the
OR OLOM (Tempie) 0/05 SW. 16th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph Glix.
man. 13
Fridaj 5:80 pm and S p'.m. .Satur-
day s:^n am fiar Mitzvah: To,Iff
S.-mford, son of .Mr. and Mr*. Sidney
Lowe.
TIFFRETH ISRAEL. 8500 N. M.smi
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein
14
Friday 8:15 pm Sirmim: "Hem. nil" r-
Intf and PiiricettitiK i* JM1 Art." Sat-
urday :, am Comments on weekly
Torah reading portion
TIFERETH JACOB (Temple). 951 E.
4th Ave. Conservative 15
Friday B:15 p m. Saturday 9:30 a.m.
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ZION (TEMPLE). 6000 Miller Rd
Conservative. Rabbi Norman '4. Sha-
piro. Cantor Richard S. Browdy. 16
Friday 7:3" pm Saturday 8 a.m. liar
Mltxvah: David, son of Sir. and Mrs.
Stanley Gardner.
NORTH MIAMI
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
13600 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservstive.
Rsbbi Joseph Gorfinkel, Csntor
Ben Zion Kirschenhaum. S5
Friday I If p.m. Topi,-: "A Shal.l.nt
Service In a Blorrocan Synagogue"
Hue-- sneaker Dr. Leon Sjulfsa will
.-peak nf "Jewish Life lu a M.-rooan
Ghetto*
MIAMI BEACH
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Csrlyle Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Issac Ever. 17
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Barel Wein 18
urday 10 15 am. Bar afltivah: Beth i
I.. Bodroff, son i>f Mr. and Mrs '
Nathan C. Bobroff,
BETH TFILAH. 936 Euclid Ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-
afcv 9?
TION. 843 Meridian Avenue. 22-A
BETH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGREGA- |
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CUBAN HEBMEW CONGREGATION.:
1242 Washington Ave Orthodox
Rabbi Dow Rozencwaig 23
EMANU-EL (TEMPLE). 1701 Wash-
ington Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irv-
Jng Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler 24
Friday 5 pm and 8:30 p m. Topic-
"Zalman Shazar Preside u I of Is-
rael: A Tribute On The (le.asion Of
HI* Visit To our Community." Sat-
urday !" a m Sermon: "The Weekly
Portion of the llible." 10:80 a.m. Has
Mltivah: Robin Mania S< haffer.
daughter of Dr. and Mrs Mortimer
SchafTer.
HEBREW ACADEMV 2400 Pinetree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross. 25
CONG. AN-NELL (Branch of He.
brew Academy). 7th St. and Meri.
dian Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham
Ben-Hillil. 25-A
C. COHEN COMMUNITY
ftOGUE 1532 Wsahinaton Ave
'ox Rabhi Tibor H. Stern
Meyer Engel. 26
KNESsTTH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rsbbi Dsvid Lehrfield
Cantor Abraham Self 27
MENORAH (TEMPLE*. 620 75th St
Conservative. Rabbi Maver Abram.
owttav Cantor Nico Feldman 28
NER TAMID (TEM"'.E). 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Conservative.
Rabbi luoene Labovitz Cantor Ed.
ward Xleln. 90 '
Fridav 8:18 n.m Sermon: "Whv Do
the Heathens Rage?"
OHEV SHALOM. /055 Bonlta Dr
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber,
man. 30
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadl Nahmias. 31
BETH TORAH NE 164th St. st 11th
Ave Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Jacob Renzer. 34
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St
Conservative. Rabbi Charlea Rubel
Cantor Jack Lerner. 36
SINAI (TEMPLE) of NORTH DADE
18801 NE. 22nd Avenue. Reform
Rabbi Ralph p. Kingsley. Cantor
Irving Shulkea.
Friday B IS 1 ti Famll) Worship Ser-
vice March Birthdays Baturday l" "
m Bar Mitzvah: Richard Upton, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Upton,
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18151 N.E.
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah F.
Caplan. .
Frldaj G :i" pm Saturday am Ser-
mon: Why America Musi r..
Strong And Why Israel Must It.
Strong"
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER
MIAMI. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox
Rabbi Naftali Poruah. 39
Friday 8 p.m Baturday 8 am Ser-
mon: "Are We I)oiiiK Amalek's \\ t ;,
For Him1."'
P0MPAN0 BEACH
SHOLOM (TEMPLE. 132 SE Mth Ave.
Conservative. Haoti Morris A. bkop.
Cantor Ernest Schreiber 4a
SURFSI0E
MOGAN DAVID CON0"EGAT.ON.
9293 Harding Ave Surfside. Town
Hall Orthodox. Rabbi Isssc O Vine.
SO
MAUANDALE
HAiLANDALE JEWISH CENTE*
126 N. E. 1st Ave. 44
CORAL GABLES
JUDEA (TEMPLE) 55O0 Grsnsds
_ Blvd. Reform. Rsbbi Morris Kipper 40
Friday 8 p.m Baturday 11:18 m Bar
Mitzvah Jeffrey SI..man. son of Mr
and Mrs. Ij.uis SI..man.
ZAMORA (TE"PLE) 44 Zamora Avs
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell Berger
Cantor Nathan Zolondek. 41
FT. LAUDERDALE
BETH ISRAEL (TEMPLE). 547 fc
Oakland Park Blvd. Rabbi Sheldor.
Edwards. Csntor Maurice Neu. 42
EM,ANC-EL. 3245*wT Oakland Park
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Arthur J. Ab
rama. Cantor. Jerome Klsment. 44
HOLLYWOOD
BETH EL (TEMPLE) 1351 S 14 Ave
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. 4|
J,r'd"y 8:1S P '" An" ual Pur m family
BETH SHALOM'TtemplFV 1728
Monros St. Conservative Rabtl
Morton Malavtky. Cantor --ving
SINAI (TEMPLE >*~^01 Johnson St.
Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro.
Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun. 47
MIRAMAR
ISRAEL (TEMPLE) 6920 SW 35th St
Conservative. Rsbbi Elliot J. Wine-
grad. Cantor Abraham Koetsr. 48
MARGATE
MARGATE JEWISH CENTER. S1C1
N W. Sth St.
CANDLELIGHTING TIME
8 ADAR 6:05
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Cooperation with the Greater
Miami Rabbinical Auoctation.
Coordinator 0/ 'he features
hbearing here if
RABBI MAXWELL BERGER
Spiritual Leade* of
Temple Zaetera
Carol Gobies
BETH JACOB. 301 Wsshington Ave. CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1542-
rogram*
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir.
sky. Cantor Maurice Mamchea. 19
BETH RAPHAEL (TEMPLE). 1MB
Jefferson Ave. Conservstive Rablv
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh 20
Friday p m Judr.- Zev W Kognn
topi.:.. "Trie Middle East Situation
Tods-"
BETH SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 41*4
Jhsse Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
robish. Cantor David Convlser 21
Kriltaj-J:41 p.m. Sermon: "Jn AM lei-
, pation Oi An Historic Moment:" Sat-
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi Avrohom
Groner. 32
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NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER. 1720 79th Street Cause-
way, North Bay Village. Conaerva-
tive Cantor Carl Bender. 32-A
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
S.DATH YBAH'JRUN (TEMPLE). 102S
N. E. Miami Gardena Drive. Con.
servativa. Rabbi Milton Schlinskv
Cantor Nathaniel Schub. S3
""* ^.'lif ^ ,CWtah Ww*P "our
March 7 Ch 7 in ^" ^^ *<""* Z<>n
March 7 ( h. ,, 10 a.m. Thr Still Small Voice
March 7 Ch. 4. 8:30 a.m. The Firs, E.Ute
Topic: "A Look Inside Russia-
Host: Rev. Luther Pierce
Panel: Rabbi Joseph A. Narot, Temple Israel
,1-1 Mm
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Friday, March 5, 1971
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Page 13-B
Miami Chapter Of Hadassah Meetings
Book reviews, bazaars and anni-
versary celebration! are Included
in the group meetings of Miami
Chapter of Hadassah. according to
Mr*. Moiris M. Herman, president.
The Alliert Einstein (iroup >.. ill
a review of "The Puedge"
knn. Ackerman at its 12:30
Monday meeting in the
ilngton Federal, K99 NK 167
forth Miami Beach.
original cantata will be pre-
Ki by Mrs. Louis Goldman at
Mt. Scopus Group meeting in
pie Zamora, 44 Zamora Ave.,
1! (.ables, Monday noon.
rl \ iew of "The Joys of Yid-
will be pn sented by Mrs.
lham Ralfman at Monday's
m. meeting of the Eleanor
evHt Group in the Mar-Lei:
ens Auditorium.
tin 1 Werner and Gertrude Ha-
arc serving as cochairmen of
the Kin Herein Oronp luncheon
and card party Tuesday in Star
Lakes Auditorium. Proceeds will
benefit Mount Scopus Hospital.
The Cbal liroup will hold its
Purim costume party at the Wash-
ington Federal. 699 NE 167th St..
Saturday. March 13. at 8 p.m. un-
der the chairmanship of Mrs. Cyril
Dom-r-tinrf Mis. Joseph Lsaenberg.
Admission two filled Eye Hanks or
old Miracle Dollar Book.
The Naomi Group will meet at
Hi. Central 'T Monday al 8 p.m.
for a "food bazaar" under the
chairmai ihip oi Mis. Stanley Bul-
bin, ii me-made delicacies, gour-
met Items, canned goods and paper
goods will be available at bargain
pi lei s.
A jam < party will be held by
the To rah Croup al Pythian Hail
Monday noon. Mrs. Milton Conrad
'.; serving as chairman.
Miami Beach Hadassah Groups Meeting

BRUSSELS WORLD
ON SOVIET
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DflV|DBtN.
LUHIUIJ
II If WISCL
SAULBEUOW
CHAIM GROSS
DHH1NECAVS1N
CONFERENCE
JEWRY
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e word.ultirnatelu^ IS mightier ifianiKe Suiord/

Mrs. John L. Goldwater of
New York will be the first
general chairman of the new-
ly formed National Women's
Division of the Anti-Defama-
tion League Appeal, Seymour
Graubard, national chairman
oi the ADL has announced.
Mrs. Goldwater, who will be
responsible for supervising
the fund raising activities of
women supporters cf the
League throughout the United
States, is a native New York-
er. She attended the Lennord
School for Girls and the Uni-
versity of Miami.
Henrietta S/.old Group Will hold
its regular monthly luncheon in
the Algiers Hotel Monday noon,
Flon no Gn nberg, presid :it. has
i no i.
The Story of Purim will be pre-
sented ii: narration and song at
the l p.m. Monday meeting ol the
Forte Towers t.roup in til 1200
vw-s-t Av. aiiditnflum according
i" Pa dim 11 m, presidi nt.
Esther Oronp is holding its r< -
ular monthly meeting in t.i. B ;-
Aiiv Hot, at 12:15 p.m. Monday.
Mrs. M, Finsteln, president, said.
Grace Kunis, president if the
Manila Sciie-eh OfOOPi B
that Lee Barry will entt rtain al
ith Aliyah luncheon in the
Algii : Hotel Tuesday n >>> .
The film "What's New tn Ha-
will be shown Mon la> al
the 12:30 p.m. meeting oi Treasure
Mouse (iroup in the north buil I-
ing, according to Goldie Ginsky,
president.
iro lias announced that Mrs.
Shaloma (iroup president, Edith
Milton Sirkin will be guest -; ak-
er at its Youth Aliyah luncheon in
the Algii is Hotel Monday noon.
Allen B. Gildersleeve and Ann
Evans, soloists, will provide the
musical entertainment.
The Israeli (iroup will hold its
regular luncheon meeting Monday
in the Algiers Hot]. Musical se-
lections will be rendered by Mrs.
Petty Drachman, accompanied by
Mis, Sally I.a.aie. according to
i Isthi i Meyer, pr sid nt.
Lincoln Group will hold it- ,-
ular month!} meeting in the ijo
Lincoln Rd. I ub .: 10m Mo iday at
KMO p.m., Ar.nv Levy?1 |
announced.
Thi' Royal Maccabees Group will
hold its M i Aliyah Chai lunch-
on in the Deauville Hotel at noon
lay, Millie Haber. jn-esi-
di oi. i ports,
Temple Sinai Men's C!ub
Presents Cultural Program
A cultural program on [si tel \\ HI
be presi nted Monday, M irch 13.
nple Sinai's I
Jiail under the auspices of its
.;:icid.
Thi wi;i Include two
111ms, 11 i '.; lir's si >. ge
to the Jewish community of the
United Stal s, and "Beyond The
Mirage," and a panel discussion,
with panelists discussing the coun-
try as thej saw it.
UGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N'OTICK IS HBKEBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, detdrlng to engage
in busm.-ss umln the fictitious names
of A ADVANCE CRUISE CENTER;
A All. HOTEL RESERVATION
SKRVICK: A CRt'ISE ADVISOR8 at
K'.'4| Collins Avenue, Miami Beach,
Kla. Intend to register said names
v ith th. Cl.rk of Ho- Circuit Court .;
I-ade County, Florida.
<;i".i IROE BERQER
MORTON OALEN
3,5-12-19-26
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-859
(ARTHUR W. PRIMM)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
tn RE: Estate of
JACOB KABINOWITZ
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of JACOB RABINOWITZ
deceased late of Pade County. Flor-
id., tn the County Judges of Dad*
County, and file the same In dupli-
cate and as provided In Section 7.1.1 -
ltj. Florida Statutes. In their offices in
(lie County Courthouse In Dnde Coun-
ty. Florida, within six calendar months
from the time of the first publication
h-reof. or the same v. ill be barred
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 1st
day of March, A P 1971.
OOl I'll-; lit 'I.PSTEIN
TANYA 7. A Mi: A
As Ex ecu trices
First publication of this notice on
h day "f March, 1971
BPARBER. ZBMBL, ROSKIN AND
11 KM RRONNER
PROFESSION M. ASSOCIATION
\ irneys for Execul rices
' Y,,i ih Bis. ayne Blvd.
ml, Florida
5-12-1S-26
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-802 (Blanton)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
ORACE PERLBERO,
Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claim.- or Demands Against said
Estate:
You are hereby notified ami re-
quired to present any claims and de-
in.ii:d-. which you may Inn, against
tin- estate "f GRACE PERLBERG
deceased late of Dade County, Flor-
ida, t< the County Judges of Dade
Count)*, and file th.- same in dupll-
cate and as provided in Section 73:t.-
l, Florida Statutes, In their office! iii
the County Courthouse in Dade coun-
ty. Florida, within six calendar months
froni th.- time of the first publication
h.-r. of. ,,r th.- same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this l.-t
da] of March, a i> 1971.
OEl 'ROE .1 TALIANOPP
J08EPH PERLBERO
A- Executors
First publication of this notice on
the 5th day "f March, 1971.
TAMANOPF BADER
Attorneys for Executors
42fl Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida 3.11.19
.1 5-I2-19-2*
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-884
(DOWLING)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate uf
OLIVE V. LEVIN
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of OLIVE V. LEVIN
deceased late of Dade County, Flor-
ida, to the County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same in dupli-
cate anil as provided in Section 733.-
IS, Florida Statutes, in their offices m
the County Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty. Florida, within six calendar months
from the time of the first publication
hereof, ,,r the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 2nd
day of .March. A.l). 1971.
BEN LEVIN
IRVING CYPE.V
As Executors
First publication of this notice on
the 5th day of .March. 1971.
OYPEN NEVINS
Attorneys for Executors
B25 Arthur Godfrey Road
Miami Beach, Florida 33141
S/5-12-19-26
bituaries
IN THE COUNiY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-673
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I RE Ei late of
\ 7TTIE I'."'iKMAN
, i ,i ,1
All Creditors aid All Persons lta\-
Clalma or Demand! Against Bald
ate:
You are hen b) notified ami re-
red t" pr.-s,-ni any claims and de-
mis w hli h M'u ma) have
. nti......f NETTIE BOOKM VN,
. -i iat< ol Dade County. Plor-
e to the County Judges oi Dade
, ami file Ho- same In dupll-
t. ami as provided m S' Hoi
Florida Slatllt. IB, in tlo o
ill.- County Courthouse in Dade
i tunty, Florida, within six calendar
months from the time of tb<
ublicaiion hereof, or the same will
i red
Dated al Miami. Florida, this I'.III
a oi February, A D. 1'.'71
Rl'TH B scili INFIELD
BEVERLY MM I ER
As l \.-K\ii ut>.....
First publication of tins notice on
. -ii day of March, 1971.
KEN \ r. I'll v ReKANT
vtiorii. \ for Co-Executrti ei
Stitle J:"' no- I Incoln Rd Hldg.
Miami Beach, Fla. 3.1139
: Ig-lS-zl
NOTICE OF
WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
by virtue of Chapter i;7-> Florida stat-
in.- Annotated (1941) Warehouseman
and Warehouse Receipts wherein abk
VAN LINES a Florida corporation by
virtue of us warehouse Hen has in its
possession tin- following described
property:
I'sed Household goods as the property
of MR. FREDDIE I.. MONROE, whose
las* known address was im.". N.w. nth
Street, Apt 50 Miami, Florida and that
on th.- 28th day of March, 1971 duri.ig
the legal hours ot sale, malnlj between
m..... forenoon ami l':"" in the after-
noon a i 21S6 N.W. 24th Avenue,
\, iml Florida the undersigned shall
offer for sale to the highest bidder
for cash in hand tli.- above described
property of MR FREDDIE 1.. MON-
Rl IE
Dated a' Miami, Florida, this 5th
da} of March, 1971.
.1 .".-12
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
M en. i: is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undrrsigned desiring to engage
in buslnes. under the fictitious name
..I MAI I' BOO Rl 7612 Dadeland Mall.
Miami Florida Intends to reglstei
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, l-'l
BENRICH CORPORATION
., Florida corporation
NELSON FBLDMAN
tttori ej for applicant
1133 K C -ui s.i
I *"'"" KK'ri'1-1__________3.3-12-19-26
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY ':'\ EN thai
the undersigned desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of DITtACI BAN BY Pl>y at 1SI
N f 151st Street, North Miami
,,i | in Intends to register -aid name
with 'ii.- Clerk of .he Circuit Court of
I >;,,(,. Countv, Florida
Pltiil'l'CTlov DBRIONS IN
OCAUTY. LNC
By: Ellen M Webb, President
MAI.spkis. LOCOCO .< BROWN, PA.
Attorneys for Aoollcant
'...I N K 125th street
North Mian,. Florida "Wj.,,.,,.,,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
DADE. FLORIDA
CASE No. 71-3855
NOTICE TO DEFEND
SANTOS TKODOSIO KEINuSA.
Plaintiff,
vs.
MARIANA DO NASCIMENTO
It KIM'S \.
Defendant.
TO: Mrs Mariana Do Nascimento
Retnosa
Avenida Atlantlca 632
Apt No. 101
Rio De Janeiro, OB, Brasil
Y'ou are hereby notified that a di-
vorce suit was filed against you. A
copy of your Answer must be served I
upon JOSEPH C. LAL'SSEL lawyer '
for your hushnnd. at 71S Seybold I
Bhlg Miami. Florida, .13132, and the :
Original thereof filed in this Office ;
on or before April 2, 1971 Fail Not
or Default will be entered against
Dated this: February 26, 1971, Miami,
Florida.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk Circuit Court
Miami. Dade, Florida
By: MARGUERITE KENT
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
!2-19tM
ABRAMS. Samuel, 7S. 7.'!il Ocean Dr.
M.B, Newman,
! ADLER. David, 71. 1100 N.E. 191st St.
Riverside.
ALKON, Leonard J.. 7.'.. 16901 N.E,
13th Ave. Riverside. Interment Mt.
Nebo,
APTEKAR, Morris. 79. 32>> Collins
Ave.. MB. Gordon. Interment Mt.
Nebo.
BROWN. Max. S4. 3:,3 \V. 47th St.,
M.B. Riverside. Interment Mt. Nebo.
KLEIN. Jack, 71. 1015 Alton Rd., M.B.
Riverside.
i LANDESMAN. Bessie. 84. 6800 Indian
Creek Dr., MB. Riverside.
LILLIAN. Benjamin, 71. 1650 James
Ave.. M.B. Illaslierg
SCHWARTZ, Qussle. 81, 730 Penn-
sylvanta Ave., M.B. Newman
Goodman. Helena, '.'. 1244 Ocean
Dr MB.. Riverside.
GREENBERG. Arthur. 72 10350 W.
Hay Harbor Dr., M.B. Gordon
HONIGFELD. Max I.. 69, 8010 Ta-
tum Waterway Dr., M.B Blasberg.
KAPLAN. Martha. 07, 8910 Bay Dr.,
M B. Oordon.
LEVIN. Clair. SO, 724H S \V. 119th St.
Riverside.
LIGHT, Ann F., .".0. 6"20 S.W. 46th
st Riverside
ROLLIN. Charles, 83 2123 Collins Ave .
M 11 Blasberg.
ROSMARIN. Bally. ".<. 11"." Euclid
Ave Mil. Riverside,
SPANIER. I..ah 7."- 1397 Normandy
Dr., M.B. Riverside,
WILLENBERG, Hill. 75, 13 N.W.
804th si Levitt.
GILFAND. Bella, t]'"., v>2 Euclid Ave.,
M it Riverside
pearce. Rebecca, '.'l. 3"" 9th St..
M.B Blasberg.
RUTZ. Max. 63, 1226 Drexel Ave.,
M It Rlversde.
SIMON. Isadore. 69, "7~>i> Collins Ave..
MB. Riverside.
STRASER. Max. 73. 2030 Park Ave..
M.B, Riverside.
WEINER. Samh. 77. 4.;.-. Ocean Dr..
MB Riverside.
WEISMAN. Harry. S4. 8165 S \V 27th
Lane. Rverside.
BECK, Rose,. 77. 291 B.W. 49th Ct.
Riverside.
BURKHAFF. Arthur. 74. 1611 Merid-
ian Ave.. M.B. Riverside.
KATZ. Ben. S6. 1120 Collins Ave M B,
Levitt
MILES (Btlldwofn. Norman B
2451 N E. 199th St.. N.M.B. River-
side.
GERSTEIN 1
Ethel, Miller, ;. ..f 2S10 SW 20 st,
Piss,-,i awaj Wed. Mr- Qerstein
had made her home here for the
past 42 years coming from Pitts-
burgh. Pa. She is survived by her
son Richard E. Qerstein of Miami,
2 sisters. R.-I..ci a Miller, and Mrs.
Fannie Surloff and a grandson Craig
Coller of Batlmore, Md. Arrange-
ments by Gordon Funeral Chapel
with services at Temple Israel.
LEVIN
Mrs. Olive, 82, of 5101 Collins Ave.,
Miami each, pass.-.I awa\ suddenly.
Mrs Levin is survived by her hus-
band Ben Mrs Levin had been a
resident of Miami Beach for the
past 7 years coming here from N.V.C.
Mrs. Levin was an Honorary Vice
President ol the Women's Com-
mittee of tin- Variety children's
Hospital, the Props, th,- Deed Club,
City of Hop... Ort, Hadassah. Pa-
panicolaou Cancer Research insti-
tute of Miami. Children's Cardiac
Hospital,. Temple Emanu-EI and
many other local and national
charitable organisations. Services
were held Friday al Newman Funer-
al Chapel with Interment in .Mt.
Nebo Mausoleum,
GOLDBERG
MAC. 69 of Mai Collins Ave., passed
away Thursday. He cam.- lore 18
years ago fr..m N.V. a member of
Temple N'.-r Tamld, president of
Scholarship Foundation of Civic
League, chairman of Merit Rating
Hoard of tlo- City of Miami Reach,
Mecca Temple New York Shrine,
Paul Revere Lodge No, 829 F & AM
of N.Y.,member ffnTi past president
and life chairman of the Hoard
of Dire, tors of Civil- League of Mi-
ami Beach, Survived by wife. Ruth,
son. Richard of N.M.B., brothers,
Jules and Sydney of MB., n'ad
Milton of Coral Cables and Irving
of N.V. Service! were held 3:3l)
p.m. Friday at Riverside Chapel
with interment in Lakeside Memor-
ial Park. In lieu of flow its. send
donations to the Civic l.eacue of
Miami Beach Scholarship Founda-
tion.
GELB
MONUMENTS INC.
Open [very Day Cloies* Strbbalh
140 SW 57th Ave. MO 1-8583
Mion.i'i Only Strictly Jewish
Monument Deolcr
EMANUEL GORDON 1946
HARRY GORDON-1964
IKE GORDON
JAMES B. GORDON
{-jordon jfitneral owe
Reform Conservative Orthodox
CALL 373-5533
evitt
Juemorial Cnapel
JtWISH HJNtRAL DIRECTORS
LOCAL AND OUT OF STAT
ARRANGEMENTS
891-6444
13385 W. OIXIE MVVV fcM

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Member:
National Funeral
Directors Assn.
Florida Funeral
Dltectors Ansn.
J.F.D.A.
>xaitmr
865-2353
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Prge 14-B
9-Jewtstftorkiton
Friday March 5. 1971
LIGAl NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
CASE NO. 71-3500
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
A1.CERT Kl ENZI.E.
lalntlff,
v>.
1 erksa KCENZLE,
' .efendani.
OO THBRK8A KCENZl.E. Ml
) mdway, Bayonne, Xe .i.-1.-. >. ARE
H TtEI'.v NOTIFIED to file
written dcfen*e t 11s divorce
trh Court'* Clerk and nerve
u 'ii Plaintiffs AKorni > -.
'/..Ml'T ,v SMITH, 1512 Capital
1. Ik.. Miami. Florida on
ii t9th daj "i March. 1971.
UGAl NOTKE
your
with
cop>
VI IN
Bank
before
Is.- th
Complaint will be taken as confessed
ati ,l FED !S, 1*71.
K. 11. LEATHRRMAX. '"I BRK
BY: MA in si T-KITK KENT
Ix-puiv Clerk
o cult Cowl s. ni ........
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
>TICii l>' HEREBY OIVEN that I
ti undersigned, desiring i" engage
n busine.** under the fictitious name ,
. nil" srnritisi: I.OCXOE II at
t.-i B.W i:7tli Avenue, Miami, Flor-
i,'. Intends to register said name with
tl Cli rk of the Circuit Court ol Dade
i **-unt r, Florida.
ISABEL H \l I ES
k SS8I.HR. ItoTII. HHBHADSKY A
IBCKERMAN
A "iiii' for applicant
"N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
NO. 71-695
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Ii RE: Estate ..i
> lURIi'E B SHEI.N
I >. I !>'!.
Ti All Creditor* anil All Persons Huv-
h*a 'I:..hi- or Pi in.mi' Against Snld
1 bate: ... .
Ynu arc hereby notified and re-
quired to prevent an> claims and de-
m.imis which you maj have .it
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-719
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
In UK: Estate of
MAUY R. KOEHLER,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All Person* Hav-
ing ClalniH or Demands AsaJnal Bald
Beta le:
Y..u are hereby notified and requir-
ed to preaent any rial nut and demand*
which you may huve against llie
estate of MARY R. KOEHLER, de-
ceased hue of Dade County, Florida to
the County Judge* of Dade County,
and file the tame in'duplicate and as
provided in Section 733.16. Florida
Statute*, in their office* In the County
Courthouse in Dade County, Florida.
within six calendar month* from ilia
time of the first publication hereof,
or the sani.- will be barred.
Dated at .Miami, Florida, this 18th
da) of February. AD. li'Ti
MARYl.KW ESS I.IXC, ER
As BXCCUtriX
First publication Of Ihis noli.......
til*- -.'litli day of February. 1971.
SIMON, HAYS & QRl'N'DWERa
\ii..in. y tor Executrix
301 Atnsley Building
Miami, Florida 33133
! 2 :: % -1 -^ -1 :
LEGAL NOTKE
LEGAL NOTKE
llav-
Saul
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-300
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Kstale of
SAVERIO A. SPAZ1ANTE
l leoeased.
To All Creditors and All IVi.-ons
ii* claims or Demands Against
K.-iale:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to preaent any claim* and de-
mands which you may have again*!
in, estate of SAVERIO a 8PAZ1-
AXTB deceased late ol Dade coun-
ty, Florida, to the Count] Judge* ol
Dade County, and file the same III
dupllcati and a.*''flrcvided in section
T:;:;.i6. Florida Statute*. In then- oi-
fi.-es in tile County Courthouse 111
Dad* County. Florida, within six cal-
endar months from the time ol till
first publication hereof, or lite nuni
will be barred.
Datr.l at Miami. Florida, this mil
day of January. A.i>. I'.'Tl.
Marie C. liamundo
As Executrix
Firsi publication of this notice on ;
the 13th day of February, Itll
HENRY NORTON
Attorney for Executrix
UiM> Biscayne Building
Miami. Florida. ,,.,,.,..
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTRE 18 HEREBU <-lM-N
the undirsmned, desiring t" engage
In business under the fictitious names
of BULTTl- AJJeWIATES
SOUTHERN DE\ ELOPERS '
\ E l"l-st Street, Miami snores.
i-ida :;r.i"v i.iieiiils t register
name willl the CUjl* "f the '
Court ol Dade County, Florida
Dated February B._j}71.
EDOAR D. 8CHRAI H
MYERS, KAPLAN, PORTER.
LEVINSON KENfN .,
i:>. EDWARD E. l-KVINSoN
Attorney* to* Applh.
IECAI NOTKE
ml
149U
Flo-
said
rcult
Il-Ri-Ifi
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COORT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-471
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Eslute of
Mi.l.l.IESTl'KMAN
; To An Creditor* and All Persons Rev.
j lug Claims or Demands AgaJiwl Batd
You"'are hereof notified and .
Mired i" present an) iilataM and d..
Inlands uhnh you ''> bj'.ve against
! the .stat. ol -MtH.l-IE Ml KMA.N d. -
,,:,.,(| I..... ,.t Dade County. I-torid..
I,, the Count)' Judge* ol Dade < < u
tv, and file the name In du|.).
! uid a* ortiwlded in BecOori ,.; I RV
, ida Statutes, in their olfi.es ni I .
1 CulUtly C.iUlthoUse in Dade (OUII'V
! Florid;., within six calendar montha
I from the time ol the first pubii.,..
lion hereof, or the same tull tw
Dated at Miami. Florida, this |.,
day of February. A.R1WJ.
\\ U.I.IAM STI. ItMAN
SAMIKI, STIKMAN
A- Kxei-utor*
First publiiHtion ot this potice on
the Uth day Of Februttry. li'.l
FROMBKR<. FROMBErMl. *
ROTH. P a
Attorneys for BteMtorii
filed ; .Miami, Fla
I
-i m r i u i i Sll i i il
, ged I" of Dad. lYiunt). Flm Ida,
I the C mnt) Judg.....r Dade Count)
.1 file ih. sain.- in dupllcati and a*
provided in Section 733.16, Florida
ute. iii ill. Ir office* In Ihe Coui
i> CoUl ih..use in I Lei.' Count) F
n-ithin six calendar month." from
inn. .'f the first publi. ntlon here-
or the unmt 111 hi barred
ated at Miami Florida, 'ins 33rd
ol l-M.itiarv. A D 171
I ir.T.lAN 8HEIN
ji 8.W S* Court. Minmi, Pitt
A- l".x, ,titri\
i publication this not ii on
8th da) of Februarj 1971
VI FINKET.
i torn, i for Executrix
ik Finch i su. i
ami. Florida S3I3I
! IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-3164.D
In RE: E-tate ,-x
ZENE A Ti >!!ER,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Cieiliti.is and All Persons Hav
iiiK claims or Demand* Agaln*l Said
ICstal.-:
\ .,i are hereby notlfletl and re-
quired I" lues, nl nny claim* and de-
mands which you may have nmlnsl
I the .-iii. of ZENE A TDZER, de-
i .... ii late of Da.le C'ounty, Plot Ida,
In the Count) Judge* "f Dade Coun-
l |v. .in,I tde the same ill dupllcati
mid .,- provided In Si ition 733.16, Flo-
rida Statute* In their office* In the
Count) Courthouse In Dade County,
'Florida within six calendar months
from Ihe time of the first publication
hereof, or Ihe same u ill be bai i en
Date.I at .Miami. Florida, Ihis Iltl>
day of February, \ D l!"71
l:F.N Ti iZEH
As Administrator
C.T \
First publication of this notice on
(he ;.ali daj of February. 1971.
Jl iSEPH DIB ART! HJ IMW I
Am,in. \ foi Admlnlairator. C.T.A.
.I".. Bird Road, Miami. Florida
. G :: 5-12-19
ii
n .
t.
,11 be
-
' >N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO 71-361?
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
RES V MIVEI I I
Itlff
v \vi ., MI-CEI.I.I.
11, fendnnt.
FERN Wfsi Ml"" T'.l.l.l
IIOWII
u FERN VNfK' Ml'CEl
i -i it t'olttn]
.
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rimi
HWIN C,
Street Minmi, f '< -

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.
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....
Thlii notlci shall i nub! hi one.
. |. ... .I I"
THE JEM ISM .- m-iniAN.
,,-.. .1 DRDEREP Ml
i. dn>
"e'b'TJSATHERMAN *
Circuit Court. Dd rv." '. **'
B) MMlii'l'l"1 kl.N1
Penut> Clerk
ircilil '"ii-1 "
RTVIX fl .TDM--'"'
^ttornev for PI
;v \v. ,i Plafflei Sire. I
rinml, Florida...... v..\;
NOTICE OF ACriON
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. C'VIL ACTION
No 70.16P14
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
WTK I EE DEAN,
Plaintiff,
iiiix i.i: w
1 i.fpi'daul
, Jl .!'V IT! V v'
Y.iit. JOHN di w
|fled thai a B H '
u> on has been t '
nil you re i .mi '
r vfiut \ -1''
i "omol
. ,.v. POU/ACK
Tun V W 7th -'' el Sntle
nn. Florid* ::':' '' "'
he oi la nal \i i '
I,.....ii. ..' the Pie**
in i,I. or hcTori ii.
Ml if yon f-,il le do
,. raull 'M b<
i i. i" dem.indi -I
'omplalnt
This l.'.li. -I iM h.
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rJoNB v vt i ''' '"''' '" "'
Florid* tin- !rd dav of Pehrunr)
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r.,1 i \.'K v."- "' P TH
;T(.n Nortliwi 7h sue. i
ui|p inn
Minmi. Florin '< '
Atiornev for Plait I
I :: :.-! I"
NrVTiz-e n.r\c
nr.TiTirii' w*"f > >
VOTfCE IX i'r'"'"i i:"TV ni
Ute under'-irn. -1 il< '
,n husirw*......' '" 1 '.
of CNIVKRS'^v r>- ..... x "
-th Avenue. V'nr"' I-- ;'- ? '***"
said name wtiv t\>r- f*Mrt r>f "_?
cult Court '' '>--' Fli.el.Ia
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUN7Y.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-4S50
FRANK B OOWLING
111 RK Eelati f
c,i:i ilKIE 8, LEVY
I .. eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Per.....- Hav-
ing Claims or Demand* Agalnat Said
Kstal.
"i .-ii .'ii hereby not fh I .....i re-
iiin 'I lo present nny el*'ins ri *i .i.
m hiclt j .it in i\ hat .it.
H......u l. ci;i HMF. s i.i:vi .i.
.....! : ol Dad. i .limy. Florida,
'.. the i 'inutty JutllO of I Cou
-.ill" ii. illl.'h, ti
i.n 7 .
heir offli C. ""i
i ii :. i i i
ll, p i months from ihe
11. -is r*t | I
' H will In b *''
I .. '. tllnm Floi nla
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-3663
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ERNEST tJILAXT McCARTY.
Plaintiff.
vs
I.i UTS CASE McCARTY,
Defendant.
TO: LOUISE CASE MoCARTi
S01S "F" Avenue
Gulfport. Mississippi
You l.i'i ISE CASE McCARI > .
are hereby notified that a Hill of
Complaint for Divorce ha* been filed
again*! you. and you are required to
hi i\. a copy ot your Answer or Plead-
In* i" the Dill "i Complaint on ihe
Plaintiffs attorney. EFRONSON a.
I .ITMAN*. 612 Amslev Building, Miami,
Florida 33132 and file the nrlgtnnl
\tiKV or Pleading in the office "'
the ct.rk ot the Circuit Court on or
before the 2nd dav of April. Iil.
you fall '" do no, Judum. in b) delauli
will he taken against you for the
relief demanded in the Bill ol Com-
plain!
This notice shall published once
ea.-h week for four constaiullve week*
in Till: JEWISH FDORIDIAN
done AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this Mth da) of February.
1971
F. B I EATMEI'MAW Clerk.
. rcult Court. Dade County, Florida
Bt M.M;c,ri-:i:n i: KENT
Denut.v Cli rh
.. Mr. in' i "mnt Seali
EFRi INSON -.ITMAN
v lorneys for Plaintiff
M N E is: Avenue
Miami, Fl. rirtn
..IL' Ainsl. > Building
S77-M8fi ,:, ,
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-3541
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
REINAIJX) AROCHA,
Plaintiff,
A.MA1JA S CASTEl.I.AN-'S
AROCHA.
Detellllanl.
Tti: Amalia S. Castellanos Arocna
rJt^feSZSto Ar.'.ha.
are hereby notified that a BlU ol Com- | 19 West FUgler Street
plaint for Divorr, has been nied
again*! you, and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading lo the Bill of ConnMaint mi
the Plaintiffs attorney. 1 i.ti-.i. m
l ici-v. "- Koherls Building, Mi-
ami, Florida 33136 and Hie th< orlgl-
nal Answer or Pleading In the ojnee
of ti,.- ci.ri: of the Circuit urt on
,.r before the -nd day ol Apr
If you f.dl
fault iH
he rellel
This' notice shall be published once
each week ror four twnsecul week*
U THE JEWISH Fl ORID1AN,
DONE AND 'RDERED ai Miami,
Florida, tins 34th da) ol Fehro n
E II 1 BATHERM \N. Clerk,
Circuit curt I lade County, '"'.....In
By: MAROI'ERITE KENT
Denuty Clerk
(Circuit "ourl Seal i
j 'i:-i9-M i
to do so. judgment b) de-
be taken ngiUn*t you for
demanded In Ihe Fall of
PETER M I OPEZ
ii Robert Rulldlns
Miami I'l.'i '
Altorne) f"t Plnlntlff
19
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 71-3777
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
\\l\l: i TT PEPPER,
Plaintiff
\ s
BPPER,
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
" OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-1891
(Gordon)
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
MILTON P CHAMPUN, JR ,
Plaintiff,
MARYK Cll \Ml'l IV.
I I. tend..Ill m
TO MARY K CHAMPUN
:i, en street
k Ingstnu, N. iv N '
You MARY K cHAMrilN. are
h, tvb) notified lhal a Bill .: '
for Dlvoni has i.en fil.-.i
against you, and you are required
.,, ., ., op) ..I your Answer or I le:
iim i.. the 1 tiII nf Complaint on Ihe
I .,, > Fl IIJW. BHTM
ER M' '.-s .V- Ct HIES, > West Flat
|er Street Miami. Florida
the original Answer or l"b
t the ci.rk nf th. I It
,., before the l.'itli dnv
fil
In th
cull '
iffh
iurt
,,( March, 1971. If >"U fall to do
iuiltttl.nl by .l.iault will be .ai..
v..,, foi th. rebel demxiid"!
in the Bill of Complalnl
Till- n.ai.- shall be publish.-I '::
------h week for tour consecutive we. -
in THE JKIV'ISH II OI'.IDI A N
1 INK AM' IRDEREI' lit
mIi da
Mlai
l.-u
IN THF CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CASE No. 71 C706
MARYSF II
P Intlff.
Ill' ;'l ll"\ K
BETHCXK
\ I
i a.i i \ i r.'T'
/I A \S KOM \\ .
v BERT FIELD
\- Co- Bxe uton
pUblli till. llu-
r-i
'TI
F

C Mil! V RI ITHEN HERO, Ix'l IAX,
Kl IKNItl I M K- I'.' 'TH EN BERi I
h) ZEV w KOfl v x
: Miami Henri
2 .'.
.... hereby
. Vim
. .1 agnliisl

..n. c .,. ih.
n.'-
fnr
v II
,.t.\'
Bill
it... pi ltd March It
v. .c .\t X- FATH, j,,.!,..!,.. ,, b,
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
CF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY. NO. 71-3505
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
SACI. SEISDEI 'I 'S
Plaintiff,
HARI \ C SEISDBDOS,
I Ii fi mI.int.
Tl i MARIA c SEISDEI IS
i:'.*. i". ntral Parkua)
Aiinrl nieiit 4-i i
New York. N. \i York
You, MAIM \ c SEISDEI* >S OO
hereby notified thai a BUI m Com
Ida nt for Divorce has been filed
agnlnsi you, and you are required to
serve .. ro|i) "t your Answer or Plead-
ing :' Ihe Rill of Cniohiii.t on Ihe
Plaintiffs attorney, KFRONSON A-
I ITMAN. ..tl' Abi-1. Building, 14 N'.E
1st Avenue, Miami. Florida, 33132, and
fih th.- original An*wer or Pleading In
ih. ..iii. .a the Cli rk of th
cm i on b.t..re th.- 30th da) of
IRDON* M
i ii i
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
, c\\ Ci '111 I.N M HETHl
VP I I':. : I', -l 111
Sim Kra
VOC 'RE HEREBY XOTI1
llliit u divorce 1 hi
' ., i. .....
.,,,..... '
i
I 1971
prvi .1. ifiEPH I' i MSSIT.
v..... Plnlntlff 711 Kej
Build > Florid or a
[,.- enter. I you
IIATEI' ii f F
m m i. I i ant v. Florida
E B I EATHBRM vN-'
. 'i.'ii, Circuit Court
I wide Ciii'M- l'l...i.l .
B) .' P CIMT VXD
ii,.-.in Clerk
'In till Court s.ali
- n
CORA I EEtill
Defendant.
TO! COR v EE ''IT PEPPER
You c. ill i BE ill pfPPEFI are
hereb) notified that n Hill i "
plaint fr Dlvon ha* beet filed
agalnal you. an.I V"U are reoulred lo
serve t......j youi Answer or Plead-
ing i" i he BHI of '' imnlalnt ihe
Plaintiff* atl irnev. A RTHCR .1
Vl't H !'S' iN, I'S'.' i" Bl' v Build
Ing. Minmi, Florida 3313 I and
i r glnal Ans rn Pleadlt
ii .. nl i! i ihi Cli
r i .i bt re ihi da)
o| \-',l 1*71 II you : 1 to do so,
iii'li'.n. '.' hj defn '
:., Ihi ..
; ND ORDERED
F ...da. -I i.
A I' 1971
: |1 I F. V HERMA
.'......
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I

NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-2402
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
nORMA CI'RA CARKEHA,
Plaintiff,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOL?. NAME LAW
NliTICF. IS IIKItElfl i ,l\ I
lb.- UtldelSlt
in hut under tin I
T\\.. Itl'TCHERS St'PERMARKET
nl .. ... i.
Minmi i .
il mm i the Clr-
' iirl Dndi Cotritv PI.....I*
DATED ti i loridn,
Ihb Di d v Mr. : I9T'
-1 -':.: t' pIVi'KNPY
fit \ P| i'-: \sll
ll \l:i:> CYPEN. ESQ
Cynen ^et In*
. ..i.iir i:,.," ,\ Road
Miami l.....b. Florid* III i"
Al lorni ys t"i" Apnlicanl
Jl .sr: i:\imi .it: CARRBRA.
Defendant.
' TO DESTRAMPBS 582
\'illora II:.bana -i "ill.a
You. JORE EXRHH'B C
hereby notified that
Complalnl for Divorce ha
again*! you. and you are
or An
ARRERA
a Rill "1
I.....il filed
i 'ir.nil |
s, i v, n cop)
I'e.(Hire.I
r or I'b
I on.
^li-
file
I,, .... ,.
. ,, ||||
Vi.i'l
i.i'-i-i..... hi
,. ..i f..i
in ihe Bill "I
... ....
-.....ki
If von
.!. I'llH
fall
Mill
il'
i lakei
ng to ihe inn of Comnlalnl on
"i iinir''- aib'iii.v El-'l;i ix\-a i\
il
, ,1 -
i vnii for ih.
Bill of Comnlalnl
mil b- published
'. four ronsecHtlvi
in THE I l-:vx IRH IT IRIDIAN
I" INE \N.....EDERED il Ml iml
Florid* this 23rd daj ol February
AH 1971
r B IEvTHERMAN I
. ''a ellll I ..in I. I :..'. ( '..III''
Bj m mici'ki:'it: k i:vt
|.. ntln Clerk
II n i I '...I. I s- il .
I ;PR| .X s'l V A'. I IT\I A V
i n lei laiil.lu,':
i I V I-: iii \.nne
Miami. Florida
I 2 I '
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
XOTtCE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, dealrlna lo -
In I'm'..... under ihe f'.-iitious name
.f FIRXITITIE tTEAl:\N'Ci: ci:\'-
'i it: at '" x R 74lh Street, Miami.
Florida intend' t" r."btei said name
u-lth the Cl.rk .f the f'lr.ull Court
.( [ i .a.. C"o,l \ |T, ..-id.i
IMl'i iRT FI'RVITrRF CnRP.
;l ITr.rid'i eornoration
MAX A Ct DFARB
Attorney for fmport Furniture
i 'orndral inn
a Florida Cornorntlnn d/b.'n Furnituie
Ctearanoe Center
a, 3/5-12-19'
lief demanded 'ITWAN. 612 Alnalej BulMmg, Mlfrnl
Florida 33133 and rile tl
Answer or I'l. ndlm In Ihi ofl
ih. Clerk :' ibe Circuit Court on or
l fort Hi- 19th da) of Marcl 1971
ff vou fall to do so, ludemenl by d-
fault will I- taken agalnal you t '
, a.', demnndi I In the Bill ..t
il nut.
no not... shall b
, ., h r 1 foi folll const n
in TMi: JEWISH Fl 'I'll.I \.V
I 'l i\ i: VXD ilT 'IT-'-n :,l \li .i.i
I-- ... i,i., this 5th da) "t Pi In uar) A 1
'.
i: B f.EATHERM \ v" Cli t '
i ii. irli Court. Dad. c...i I I
By: '' I' '"' ''"I"' AXI'
DenuD Clerk
. in i I '"iirt S. ill
EFRONSON I ITM W
RI! Allot, v Build
Miami, VI..i Id* IS1
ttorneys for Plalntlfl
j I! 19-26
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR njnr. COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO. .1-3159
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
A VTi X' \ AI.A'a .
Plaint I rr,
DAVID AI.A'b '
D. I.'ida.il
VOI DAVID AI. \HO, .. Willie
'Is \\ Tn mont, N ^ N I
ARE HKRKIO NuTIFIE..... fib
v aii wrltti fen in ihi iii\oice
with 11. Court Clerh and serve b
'in' i \i i i., .. v. ix
ZA.HI"! .v SMITH ilS Caplti
Bhlg., Miami, Florida on or before
Ihe March, 1971, else Ihe
, ,1 ,..... Complaint > ill bi taken ai confessed
I iATEI Februarj I 197
i: I I i: ITHERMAX, Clerk
la MARtil'ERITE KENT
I "itty Clerk
ii 'ii. in. i 'ourl s. al
J 26 :: 5-1!-19
Florid* Ihi
i I, !' 71
i: B I E\TH F.K.M \N. '
, .. u|| Court I '' Ii '' "' '' r'-
itj m tviirwptTE Kent
Deputy t'lerk
it'ii. uit Cull I Seal i
Ft i I BR, BRl'MBR MOSS *
c. .HEX
> West Flagler Streel
l'i. : nl
NOTICE OF SUIT
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU'"
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTYCIVIL ACTION
No '
ACTION FOR oivorc;
It IR,
i-
; BUMS MA
!.,. I I toil
VTI-' I".-
San Diegn t illfon
ARK HERBB1 V rTlFl '
foi 11 i liai I
igali i ) a and > "it are iu
Ol 'lit
Ad.SI.EI'
l: FERDIK ittorne) for plan
whosi I... i Fift) B
Suit. i' id s u Co -: Bin et
M mi, I'l.i 331 111 and file tl
v Ih Un .'.ii. nl (hi tbo\ nt)
court on r before Ms '
otberw i*e a ni'i mi ill 11 I"
tered futbIi i j u for tin rell< I
i: It '1 in Ihe ."i n.laait or t> i
i Tins notice shall be publlaned
,. .ii- roi ecutivt
Hi' JEWISH IT IRID1 \x
WITNKRS my band and Ih* m
said ourl at Miami, li-i Ida t
th dav of Febeuarv. 1971
F. B I.EATIIERMAN
A ClerV i '.i.-u" i '..nr'
l lade i '< univ. Fl< trM
Bj r p .-. .rn v\i
As i tenut) 'lei I
(Circiiil 'ourl Seali
AINKl.EE l: PERD1E
Altorne) t"i Plalntlfl
2 12-19
NOTICE UNDFR
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS lll'.l:EI the undersigned, desiring tr. engage
in business nmler th.1 flctlllOHV name
nf ICST-H1TE ('Ki\l\i: M MX
TEN VXCE SERVICES al Dade Coun-
IV. Florlila Intends to r.-iTster said
name wlrh the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade Cnuntv. Florida
R I DAHNE
l/ll-19-26. 8/fi
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
XOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
He underalgned, desiring to engage
in buslnesi under the flclltiou* names
of MIAMI INTERNATIONAL SI'.'UTS
. CAMPINO SHOW: MIAMI
INTERNATIONAL SPORTSMEN'S A-
CAMPINO KHi'W at 7210 Red Road,
Miami, Floridn Intend* to regj*ter aid
name- with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court ol Dad- Counlv. Florida.
EXPOSITION CORPORATION t'F
AMERICA. IXC
LARKY VBHL. PRESIDENT
K< IVNEB. MA.NNHBr.MEK.
ORFJEXFIE1.D & CCTLER. PA
Attorneys for Applicant
3" Donont Plaza Center
Miami. Florida 33131
8/6-12-19-2.1
PRELIMINARY CERTIFICATE 0
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY
THE AUTHORITY OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA
i" Ml Tti w lli IM THESE 1 '
i:\Ts sll u.i. c i\li: C.REKT '
W hel .1 \ c \ NTOR
Beai I. F i i.l.i. HERBERT
RCHWARZ, Miami Florida. I
; SUM'-. Miami Beach. Floi la "
i the 2nd da) of 1... ember, A I'
:mi be ii', nrporaled undei
nf the Rtate ..f Florida
PIERCE BEACH DEVELOPS
1 .....rporallon, n Ith its nrii
nlace nf business :,i i.-,,n pi. r
I ll. Il Count) ill the Stale '.f IT
and b. ii a^ in b ,. a i><" at Ion d
. the JBth dav .,t February A D
I cause to h,. filed In ih. office of '
Department of state of the Sta'i
i Florida, th.- il."iini. narv gutl ''
! r..uiired under Section tni.tt, P
si..uii.-., showing the di-s'.Iuti.
su.ii corporation. .
X..w. therefore, the Secretar
I. e het Tv .'.rtili to the farr-
golng and that be is sa'islied Hi*' ''
i......Iremeiits nf the law have >"
complied with
IX WITNESS WHERE-
i IF 1 have hcreurti '
mv hand and huvi
fixed the Oreat S-al
Ih* State of Florida "
TnllahBssce. the C
this the 2Mh dav "
Februarv. A D I*'1
RICHARD (DfCKi BTOKB
Secretary of State
I'
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I-XT
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March 5, 1971
+Je*1sl> fkrMfan
Page 1SS
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF ACTION
4E CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
fENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
_OR'DA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-2339
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
IB REBECCA Ot "orrcii,
lift
RBALAN COOPER
Mfatnt
JBOKCE ALAN COOPER
el,\ notified that a Hill of Com-
for Divorce has been filed
>t you. and you are rei|uir.-d to
copy of your Answer or Pleud-
the Hill of Complaint on the
lids attorney, PAI'L KWIT-
I I'J" Linn-ln Road, Miami Beach,
ami fil- the original Answer
^...img in the office of the Clerk
Circuit < 'oui-t on or before the
Bay of March, ICT1. if you fail
| so. judgment by default \\ ill be
against you for Hi.' relief de-
Id in the Hiil oi Complaint.
i notice Khali be published once
cek for four consecutive week*
IE JEWISH PLORIDIAN.
IB AND ORDERED ai Miami.
i. this 4ih 171
II LEATHERMAN, Clerk
in Cnun Dade County, Florida
Bj I, SNEEDEN
Deputy Clerk
b i' Court Seal)
ekstioin. kwitxey
pop
i.ln Rond
Bea< i'. Florida
.- for Plahitifl
2.12.19-20 : '
IE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
(FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-317
(ARTHUR W. PRIMM)
(NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Estate of
I BARR
IBALI.Y SVASSERMAN BARR
raml
Creditor* ami All Persona Hav-
|aim oi Demands Against Bald
are hereby notified and re-
to pi. :il .i".\ ilaiins ami de-
wiiich you may have again*!
>i.,n ..f BALLY IIAHR a k a
|Y wassEKMAX DARR de-
bit* "i I M'l- County, Florida.
County Judge* of Dade Conn-
kid ill. the same In duplicate
provided in Section ""': 16,
si. lutes, in their offices in
ion.' Courthouae in Dade Cnuu-
krlda, within six calendar months
the tun.- of the first publication
or the Kami- will bo barred.
U Miami. Florida, this 9th
; February, A.n. 1971.
HARRIET GREEN
YERA COOPER
\s Kxeoutrloes
puhllcaMon of ihl* notice on
Hli dav^f February. 1971
|1AN AND TCT7PMAN. P.A.
JOSH HF.PHIX
for E>tnte
Kriivn,' Huilding
Florida
_ it.lt-26 :; .",
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
IFICTITIOUS NAME LAW
TICK IS HEREBY OIVEN that
derslgned, desiring t engage
is und<-r the fictitious name
LBON'S INTERNATIONAL at
iNorth Miami Avenue. Miami.
Intend* bo register said name
Ihe Clerk of the Circuit Court
County, Florida
HAIR PAIR. INC.
IREPHPX
ie5 for HAIR FAIR. INC.
2,12-19-2* ,-, -.
IE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-812
Estate of
(HLPAND
d
(NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Creditor! and All l'crsolls II.iv-
ktlmi or Demand* Against said
[arc hereby notified and requlr-
enl any claim* ana demands
you may have against the sa-
lt HF.l.i a OILFAND deceased
Dadi County, Florida, to the
Judges of Dade County, and
aumi in duplicate and r* pro
n Section 733.16, Florida Stal-
ri their offices in the County
bu Dadi i'1 unty, Florida.
Iyl ral< ndar months from the
M il first publication hereof.
ame will be barred.
*i Miami, Florida, this 2.".th
Fi i ruary, A l> 1971,
ZEV W KOOAN
at Executor
publication of Ihla notice on
da> of March
N. R< THENBERG,
"" << K< IRNRLCM
' W Kfi'SAN
coin Rd.. M 1! Fla.
By for 7.x v W. Kogan
3 5-12-19-46
SWORN LIST OF CREDITORS OF
C A K SHOE CORP.
9458 Harding Avenue
, ,..,., Sor''ae. Florid* 33154
1 BARI8 Sill IK t <>.
47 U.st .I4ili Stre.t
-New York, New ^ ork lmiri
I BENSON Sill IK CO
192 Broad strut
Lynn, Massachusetts opini
3 HEKLE SHOE CO.
44HS 'ummerce l >r. s \v
, A'K""". ......rgla 30336
4 LHLSSAX POOTWEAR
Linn, ii Street
Alliance. Ohio
5 CARMO SH< IE CO
I'nion. Missouri 03(184
>i O >ACH AND Fi Hit
Net ilh..in Heights, Mass 92194
7 HAN KKO INTERNATIONAL, INC
Scott* i "oin.-i >
Pound Ridge, Mew York 10376
s DIXoN-HARTLETT-
i.A.dititi:. irr. inc.
2413 Easti i n Avenue
Baltimore, Mary land 81234
8 PREHELI.E Pi" ITWEAH, INC.
I km -79th SL laus. way
Miami Ueach, Florida :i:H 41
lu FA XT I I: A POOTWEAR
'-Vx Beach lOOth Sti eel
it... kawa> park, x. u York 11694
II FOOTWEAH CNLIMITED
3615 Trei Court Industrial Blvd.
si Louis. Missouri 63122
13 (JOODMAN MERCANTILE CO
lilt Washington Avenue
St. I^ouls, Missouri S3I03
13 K A L SHOE CO
'"7 \V. -I I ;ih Street
Hialeah, Florida 33010
14 II. LI'BORSKY, INC.
193 South Si i.. t
Boston Massai Im elt* ".'III
15 I.AMAXillA. INC.
".. X K ITlh Sir. .1
Miami, Florida 33132
16 I.I". I AX. INC
" 3 East :iiili Slreel
New York. New York lOOlf!
17 Ml. i" s.M ES '"i
X w. Corner 3rd *i Vine Sis.
Philadelphia, 6, P*
is .Mi" Slli IB i'i i INC.
I3li> Washington Avenue
Si. Louis, Missouri 63103
!: ILEM Sill IE Cl
l'4 x i: :.i Avenue
Miami. Fl
SO PED1 .ii '\ slli IES
7ft Washington Street
Ha> erhlll, Massachusell*
21 PIERRE SHOE, INC
157 Lincoln street
Boston, .Massachusetts iil'III
22 P.W. MINOR SON, INC.
H.itaw.i. \. York 14020
13 EVANOEI.INE SHOE O
17" Lincoln Street
Manchaster, x ii 0S105
24 MICHAEL K TESSLER
972S S W ln4th Court
Miami. Florida S15
28 CI.TLMA POOTWEAR CORP
1318 Ashby lioad
St, Louts, Mi-souri 6113!
2fi WOL8AM. LTD.
R24 Bmgdway
New York. New York
27 HANDLER OF H< >STON
Ni-cdhnm Heights, Mass n;i?-l
28 WILLIAMS MHi; Cl I
Portsmouth. I 'hlo 45662
2t HF.TTIXA ORIGINALS
un.7 Bergen street
Newark. New Jersey
.Ift fOMITTA MHOS INC.
411-419 Vine Street
Philadelphia. Pa 19106
STATE OF FLORIDA I
COUNTY OP dadk )
ss ;
BEFORE ME. (he undersigned
Notary Public in and for (he Stale of
Florida at Large, personally apneared
MORTON WOLF, who. belnff duly
sworn upon oath, deposes and savs
Thai he is the President of C Ac l<
SHOE CORP. has read the fnrcgolnc
List of Creditors of C K SHOE
CORP., and that same is a true and
comnlete list of sair. eorporatlon's
creditors, together with their respec-
tive addresses, as particularly as is
known to him.
MORTON WiU.F
Sworn to and subscribed before me
this ::. day of February. 1971
AUDREY FINN
NOTARY l'I"lll ic STATE I >F
FLORIDA AT LARGE
,M\ commission expires
oct :'r.. !!'7l'
Bonded throueh
Fred Diestelhorst
:: :. 71
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PhOBATE
No. 71-659
In RE: Estate of
ll v:max SCHREIER
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Person* Hav-
ing Claim* or Demand* Against Bald
Estate:
You an- hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate n" IIYMAX BCHRBIBR .Leas-
ed late ..r Dade County, Florida, to
the County .ludir.s of Dade County,
and file the same in duplicate and
as provided iii Section 733.16, Florida
Statutea, in their office* in the County
Courthouae in Dade County, Florida,
within six calendar month* Horn the
Hi......f the first publication hereof
or the same willbebarred.
Dated at .Miami. Florida, this 18th
day ol Februai v AD 1971.
FRED A SCHREIER
Rl'TH BORJCNSTEIN
As Executor*
First publication of this notice on
tli. :,iii day or March, 1971.
H VERY ZUKERNICK
Attorney f..r Executoi M
I I roll) Load
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
:: 5-12-19-26
LEGAL NOVICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY UIVEN thai
ihe undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ACTION METAL PRODCCT8 at
*-:. K 10th Avenue, Hialeah, Florida
intend i,. register -aid name with
the ci.rk of Ihe Circuit Court of
Lad. County. Florida
VI.AIH.MIU Cl H.IK
RIENVENIIM) D PACHECO
KESSLER, ROTH, SHERADSKY
,\- ItECKERMAN
Attorneys for applicants
- \v 3rd st i xx i
Miami, Florida
:: 5-13-19-26
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIKCUIT COUHT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. No, 71-2872
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
M .UN L. DO COLAS
Plaintiff,
v*
CAROL D. la 'COLAS,
l lefendant.
I"| i CAROL D. DOUGLAS
Cabanna Apte. Apt No, in
3046 Bl larcliff IM. XL.
Atlanta, Ua 30339
You. CAROL D. DOUGLAS, are
hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you. and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Hill of Compluint on the
Plaintiffs attorney, RoHERT H.
BURNS, ES4J.C1RE. 350 Lincoln Roau,
Miami Beach, Florida a313:i and file
the original Answer or Pleailtng In
ihe office of the Clerk of ih. Circuit
I Court on or before the 39 day of March
1971 if you fail to do so. Judgment
by default will be taken agalnat you
for the relief demanded in the Hill
of Complaint.
This nolle, shall b. published once
ea.ii week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH PI.ORIDIAX.
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami,
Florida, this 12th day of February
A n 1971.
E r. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court. I>ade County, Florida
By: L. SNEEDEN
IH-outy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
HiiHKIITH BURN8, ESQUIRE
330 Lincoln Hoad
Miami Reach, Florida 33139
Atiorn. v for Plaintiff
3/19-2(1 3 5-12
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
EDUARDI i J118E I'M >KEs.
Plaintiff,
vs.
JCLIA RBSTITl TA BULACIO UK
Kl.oltK.S
i tofendant.
T": MIIS, JCLIA HEST1TCTA
' BULACIO DK PLORES
American 776
Dean Funes, Cordoba. Argentinu
You, JCLIA RESTITUTA BULACIO
de FFl.oiiKS, are hereby notified
that a Hill of Complaint lor Divorce
has been filed against you, and you
I are required to serve a copy of your
I Answ.r or Pleading to the BUI ol
Complaint on the Plaintiff* attorney,
TED K. TSOUPRAKE inn Miracle
Mile, suite 238, Coral Cables, Florida
33134 and file the original Answer or
Pleading in the office ol Ihe Clerk
of iii.- circuit Court on or before the
_" 111 dil} oi March, W71. If you fail
to do so, Judgment by default will be
taken against you for the rellel de-
manded in ih. Bill of Complaint.
This notice nhall be published once
each w.-ek for four ronsecutivi week*
In THE JEV iSH FLOKIDIAN.
DONE AX 11 ORDERED al Miami.
Florida, tins i^tb day of February
A.D. 1971.
E H LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
Cn. nit Court, I lad. Cou ity, Florida
By: C l. A LEXANDEH
li. ,.ic v ci.rk
(Circuit Court Seal I
TED !: TSOUPRAKE
230 M Iracle Mill Suit. 229
Coral GabU -. Florida 33134
TEI (3i ".. 143-1637
2/19-26 5-12
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-3874
(Dowling)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE Estate of
HYMAN Ml ISKOWITZ
l leceased
To aii Creditor* and VI Person* Hav-
niK claims ur Demand* Against Said
Bi tate
You are hereby notified and re-
qulri d to nresent any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of II \ MAX MOSKOWITSS
deceased late of Dad.- County. Flor-
ida, to ihe County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same ill dupli-
cate and .is provided iii Section ":!::.
16, Florida Statutes, In their office* In
the County Courthouse In Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within six calendar months
from the time of the first publication
hereof, or ih>- same will be barred.
Dated at .Miami. Florida, ihis 13th
day of February A 1> 1971
YETTA MOSKOWITZ
As Executrix
First puhlic.ilion of this notice on
the Huh day .f February, 1971.
CAID1N. ROTHENBERU. Km:AX &
KORNBLUM
1 Attorn.-v for Exi cutrix
305 His. ayne Hldg.
Miami, Florida
2 19-36 3 B-13
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
business under (he fictitious name I C
ALLS WINDOW CLEANING al 581
E 35th Street, Hialeah, Fla. Intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of ilo Circuit Court of Dade Counl .
Florida.
HERIBERTO PEREZ
JE8I s PEREZ
JFAX DEI.Ei i.X
., v/6-121
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEX th.t
the undersigned, desiring to engai:
in busiio-ss under (be fictitious nani" ,
of CPA DISCOUNT AND CATALO
STORES: CONSUMER PURCHASIN>
I AC EX'IS i I'A: FCW P., INC.
I'"| Box l"l, Miami, Fla 33166 i
lend* Iii register -..id name* with (' -
Clerk of the Circuit Court ..I Da i
t *ounl\ Florida.
Florida City Wide
Publishing, Inc.
:: 5-I2-I9-3K
VAZQUEZ ..
a Bill of ('or- -
has been filed
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
LuUN I Y. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-3041
SUIT FOH DIVORCE
PEDRO L. YAZUUEZ
Piaintlfl
vs.
| MARIA T VAZQUEZ
I lei. inlain
, TO: MARIA T. \ AZQUEZ
Si Nicholas Avei ui
Apt. I-1>
X.u York, X Y
You. MARIA T
hi rebj notified thai
i ..oii for Divorce
agalnsl you, and you are reojuired '
s.-!\. ,i ...].> of your Answer or Pleati
Inn in tin Mill of Complaint on ii
Plaintiff's attorney, GASPAR n
ALDRICH "I-" CRISTOL, KOBE ai
ALDRICH, -'! North East First Avi
ii,-. .Miami Florida and file the origl
al Answer or- Pleading In Ihe offi. -
of (he Clerk of the Circuit Court i
or before the 19th day of Marc!:
1971. If you fail to so, judgme< C
l>j default win I.,- taken against y ..
for the relief demanded In Hie I:
' Complaint.
Thl* notice shall be published on
each w.-.-k for four consecutive wei
in "I'll E JEWISH l"l iiltll HAS
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami
Florida, "his n;th day of Februs
AH 1971,
i: n LEATHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court, Dade County. Florid,
By: MAROUERITE KENT
Denuty Clerk
! (Circuit Court Seal)
, (1ASPAR I! ALDRICH I
I Cristol. Itos. and Aldrich
I 31 Northeast First Avenue
Miami. Florida "
Attornes for Plaintiff
I IP-..: 3 '-!-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
; the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the flctltou* name
of MILTii.X ASSOCIATES at 13781 W.
Dixie Highway, North Miami. Pla
Intend* to register said name with the
ci.rk of the Circuit Court of Dadi
County, '."lorida.
First Investment Development
Corporation, a Florida corporation
ELI BREOER
Attorne; for applicant
:..!'' v i: 19th Avenue
North Miami Reach, Pla
11 5-12-19-36
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
hi: IS HEREBY OIVBN that
U rslgned, deslrhiK to engHKe
-s under ih.- fictitious name
B.IXA DISTRIBUTORS at 3366
znd Terrace, Miami Intends to
said name with the Clerk of
mutt Court of Dade County,
AHTCRO MOLIXA
3/19-36 3 5-11
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
^cits your legal noticeg
appreciate youi
ronage and guarantee
rate service at ieaa'
M
Hal .173- HiOS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-733
In RE: Bstate of
LEON tt EITZMAN
1 i. .-.-as. d
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and ,\ll Persons Ha\
ing claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re|iur-
.- which you may have against Ihe es-
tate of LEON WErTZMAN deceased
late of Dade County, Florida, to the
County Judge* of Dade county, and
fib- the same in duplicate and as pro.
vided ill Section 7.l;i 16, Florida Stal-
in, s in their offices- in (he County
Courthouse in Dade County. Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof,
or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this IS
dav of February. A D 1971.
DORA UKITZMAX
As Bxecutrli
First publication of this notice on
the 16 dav of February 1971.
RALPH i. BERNSTEIN
Attorney for Executrix
U3 South Washington Boulevard
Snrasota, Florida 33677 .. ..
| 36 3 .".-12-19
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
ih. undersigned, desiring to i
in business und.-r ihe fictitious names
of AMBRBRIT KEXNELS. AMER-
BRIT WIMAI. INN, THE PET
[ COI*NTRY I'l.l'H at SI77 8.W. 134th
i street, Miami, Florida Intends to
.1 name* with the Clerk of
I the Circuit Court of Dad.- County,
Florida
Amerbril Animal Inn South In<"
3/18-19 36 :t 3
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-437
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate oi
ARTHCR S. ALEXANDER
De. rased
To All Creditor* and AN Persons Hav-
ing ClalUI or Demand* Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
ihe esta(e or ARTHUR 8. ALEXAN-
DER deceased late of Dade County.
I Florida, to (he County Judges of Dade
county, and file the same in dupli-
cate and as provided in Section 733.-
16, Florida Statutes. In their offices
In the Countv Courthouse In Dadi
County. Florida. Within six calendar
months from the time of (he first
iiubllcatlon hereof, or the same will
be barred.
Dated nt Miami. Florida, this 9th
dav of F. hruirv. A.D 1971.
' BERTHA 8 ALEXANDER
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
Ihe Iflth day Of F. binary. 1971.
SPARBER, 7.EMEI KOSKIX &
HEILBRONNBR r A.
Attorney* for Bertha S. Alexander
: N Risen] m Blvd., Miami. Pla
2'19-26, 3 5-12
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
( NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
- the undersigned, desiring to engage
! in business und.-r the fictitious name
of W1EDEK RAMPLB SERVICE al
,4307 blast 10 Lane. Hlaleahj Florida
I intends to register said name with
! the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
I .ad.. (Sountv, Florida.
HEA-TAR, INC.
I GERALD SILVBRMAN
i Attorney for Hea-Tar, Inc
210 Robert* Huilding, Miami, Pla.
J 36 3/5-12-19
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business undnr the fictitious names
of SOL CENTER. Ml': ^ "-LI nm
B. BERRY, M.D.! SOL CENTER,
M D.. AXD WILLIAM H BERRY,
MD. PA intends (o register -aid
names with the Clerk or the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
SOL CENTER, M.l> AND
WILLIAM R BERRY. M.D.,
PROFESSIONAL ASS< ICIATION
SPARIIBR. ZEMEL. ROSKIN 4
HEILBRONNBR. PA.
Attorneys for Apnlicanta
100 N. Biscayne Bl\d.
Mlaonl. Fla. 33142 ,,..,,/,.!,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY fjTTVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to encage
in business und.-r the fictltiou* name
.f DORTA FASHIONS at 4!is" East
li'th Av.-nue. Hialeah, Florida Intend*
to r.-gisler said name with the Clerk
..( the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida
iiElt M m: FASHIONS INC
2/19-21 3 :.-I.'
NOT1CF. UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME I AW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersign '. rteslrine te mran
||| l.usoo ss io ,1. r (he fl.-lill/ -'-ime
of GROVE !-i:.'"i'iit\"i: "-T'-iii" ni
3"i70 Rumnual Avenue, HlAml Flor-
ida Intends io r,..-is...- s- Id name
with the ("I. I of n.e ClrdUll Court ol
Dade County. ki...-m->
XH.-hnel Sti.--' ilo-.i '
MARSHAt.LR FtsilPll. ATTT
7914-A S W, 104(h Street
Kendall. Florida 33166
2/12-ls. 3/5-13
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
EVIEVE BRI KS,
Plaintiff,
\ *.
ROBLLT BROOKS, JR.
Defendant
You, ROBERT BROOKS, JR. aro
iier.-by notified that a Hill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has I. n filed
against you. and you are required to
*erve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to (he Bill of Comnlalnt on
the Plaintiff, attorney, MARSHALL
H. FISHER. 7914-A P.W 104th Street,
Miami. Florida 13IRK and file the orig-
inal Answer or Pleading In Jh. of-
fice of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before the 36th dav of March,
1971. If you fall to do so. ludgment by
default will he taken against v. u for
the idief demanded In the Bill of
Comnlalnt.
This notice shall he published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In TOR .1RWIS1I FTORTDTAN.
DONE AND ORDERED nt Miami.
Florida this 11th day of February
A D. H71.
E B LEATHERMAN. Clerk,
Circuit Court. Dndn Countv. Florida
By: C, P coir-i AND
Denutv Clerk
(Circuit Court Sent!
MARSHALL B FISHER
7914-A S W 14th Street
Miami. Florida 33156
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 71-3099
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ANTHONY KAY SIBGMAN, I
Plaint iff.
vs. 1
.\i IROAKETJ SIBGMAN,
Defendant.
Ti i MARGARET .1 SIBGMAN
6290 Guinea Pike
Mllford. Ohio
You. MARGARET .1. SIEGMAK'
are hereby notified that a Bill of Cot.- -
plaint for Divorce has been file !
against you. and you are rce,uired to
serve a copy of your Answer or Plea-'
ing to the Bill of Comnhunt onth-*
Plaintiffs attorney, MICHAEL V
CHASE. 1900 S.W. Third Avt-nu -
M inn. Florida 33129 and file the
original Answer or Pleading in tr
office of the cierk of the Clrcu.t
Court on or before (he li'th day < '
, March. 1971. If you fall to do so
| judgment by default will be taken
i against you for the r.-iief demanded
the BUI of c, mnlnint.
This notice shall be published one
each week for four consecutive weei -
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Mian-
Flo,-,,la. this 17 day of February A
1971
E B LEATHERMAN. Clerk
, -.a. i ti oi,- County, i"
By: MAROI'ERITE KENT
I .. outV Clerk
fdretllt '" ui Seall
M II ".El 1" CHASE
\\ Thh I tvi cue
Mian
Attorney for Plaintiff
2 19-86. 3 S-12
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of T\l ENT WORKSHOP STUDIO at
13865 w Dixie Highway, X. Miami
intend to register said name with the
curk of the Circuit Court "if Dade.
Countv, Florida.
AL1J7N GADOL
EDW1X BfJDOEN
2/19-26, 8/1-13
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
CASPER RELLINO,
Plain
fi: 'NCES Ri si: BBLLTNO
Defendant
TO; MRS, FRANCES
i;i iSE BELLING
11B W avei n st Avenue
\\ infield Park, New Jersey
You. FRANCES ROBE BBLLTNO.
arc hereby notified that a Bill of
Complaint for Divorce has been file*
against you, and you are required t'<
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to tin Hill of Comnlalnt on the
Plaintiffs attorney, ANOELO A ALI
Esi.HiiiE. suite -ton Roberta Bulldmg
;s West Flagler Street. Miami, Fie
rida 33130 and file the original AnsVi
er or Pleading m the office of th
Clerk ol Ihe Circuit Court on or before
the 26th day "f March 1971. If you fail
to do >o. hidgment by default "ill ho
taken agalnsl you for the relief de-
manded in the Bill of Comnlalnt
This notice shall be published onn
each week for four consecutive week,
in THE JEWISH I i.( Hill )I AN.
DOVE ANP ORDERED al Miami
Florida, this Kith day of Februai:
A.D. 1H71
B B 1 I". VTHBRBAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court Hade County, Florida
By: C I" COPBLAND
Denuty Clerk
(Circuit Court S.all
ANGSTO A Ml. ESQPTP.R
Suite 40.1 Robert-- Building
2* West Fln-ier Street.
Miami. F'ori.'- 3.11 an
Attorney for Plaintiff
2,19-26 3/5-13


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