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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
March 12, 1971

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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
March 12, 1971

Subjects

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
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AA00010090:02197

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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
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Preceded by:
Jewish unity
Preceded by:
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Succeeded by:
Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper

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TcJewish Floridliian
Combining THS JEWISH UNITY end THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 44 Number 11
Miami, Florida Friday. March 12, 1971
Two Sections Price 20c
'Russian Withdrawal Shazar Meets With
Helpful,' Rogers Says
Gov't, Jewish Officials
By Special Rcj>ort
JERUSALEM Israel re-
acted favorably this week to
v s. Secretary of State William
P. Rogers' statement that "it
WOUld be very helpful" for the
Smut I'nion to reduce its mili-
tary fores in Egypt as part of
any Middle East peace agree-
ment.
Secretary R partial Soviet withdrawal from
the United Arali Republic was
COVpled with a renewed pledge
that the I'nited stiiics would
provide manpower for any Inter-
national police force needed in
the Middle Kast.
Secretary Rogers, whose com-
ments were made during an in-
terview on educational TV In
Washington, declared: "If the
Soviet I'nion is Interested in a
peacekeeping role, it won't need
those forces there." He was re-
ferring to the estimated i'\ooo-
man military contingent in the
CAR.
Stressing that Israel's previous
bad experience* with peacekeep-
ing, forces had not occurred with
American troops participating,
'M.I.T. Names Jewish
Scientist President
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. iJTA)
din; Jewish scieftt i
.',. Wiesner. who h is
imed 13th presid
'' s ichusetts h litut
is belii o be
th< .st .' sh v sid< i i the
;- 110-year-old univei
Th appointment of the 55-
year-old former presidential ad-
who is now Provost of the
institution, is effective July 1.
the I'.S. Official declared that
I'.S. participation was a "very
adequate Riiar.uitee for peace."
Mr. Rogers s:iid he believe* the
general situation In the Middle
Kant has tM-come more dancer-
ous Since the expiration of the
ceasefire.
Foreign Minister Abba Khan
lauded the Rogers proposal, but
maintained Israel's position that
it would not categorically give
Up all the territories occupied
during the Six-Day War of
June. 1967.
Reliable sources reported that
the improvement in I'.S.-Israel
relations in the past few days
was the result of American of-
ficials' disillusionment regarding
the sincerity of Egypt's dcclara-
ation it is ready to make peace.
A flurry of terrorist activity
against Israel by Arab irregu-
lars operating from basen in
Syria, Jordan and l-ehanon was
believed to be subsiding; along
the Suez Canal, the ceasefire
was still holding, although the
formal truce extension expired
Sunday night.
Arab government sources,
meanwhile, were quoted as sav-
in;; that face-to-face talks with
Israel would be possible after
completion of the negotiating
1 has,- of the indin Ct talks.
Israeli officials were watching
di vi lopments at the Kremlin
where some 100 Latvian and
Russian Jews were staging a
- hunger strike in th ir ef-
forts to i.btain exit visas so they
can emigrate to Israel with
considerable interest. Russian
govi rnmenl reaction, it was be-
lieved, would be a barometer by
which its future position could
be gauged,
Israeli Physicist
Claims Discovery
Of New Element
JERUSALEM i JTA) A 41-
year-old Israeli physicist, Dr.
Amnon Marinov. has reportedly
discovered a new super-heavy
element described by a Hebrew
University expert as "of su-
preme importance, because it
would open a new field in physi-
cal science."
The discovery, which has not
been fully confirmed, was an-
nounced by Prof. Shimon Ofer,
dean of the Hebrew University's
Faculty of Science. He said Dr.
Marinov, senior lecturer and re-
searcher in nuclear physics at
the university, was on a sab-
batical at the Rutherford lab-
oratories for high-energy re-
search in Oxford. England.
Professor Ofer said Dr. Mari-
nov had assumed the existence
of a new super-heavy element
on the basis of theoretical studies
and had suggested that the Ruth-
erford labs test them emphat-
ically. A lire- research staff was
placed at Dr. Marinov's disposal
and after a year of work the
team reported indications that
t' new -'lenient exists. Prof.
Ofer cautioned, however, that
tin:'" was as yet no absolute
proof.
If confirmed, the new element
would belong to the "trans-
Uranian" group in the periodic
table of chemical elements
those heavier than Uranium.
Principals of the highly successful conclave,
which sold more than SI07 million in Israel
Bonds around the free world, include from left
(seated) Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, conference
honoree. President Zalman Shazar of Israel
and Samuel Rothberg, general chairman.
Ira Guilden, president of the Bond Organiza-
tion, Louis H. Boyar, conference cochairman,
and Leo Bernstein, executive vice president
of Israel Bonds are standing.
a .15-minute unofficial courtesy
call at the White House, where
he was accompanied by Ambas-
sador Yitzhak Rabin, Israel's
President Zalman Shazar flew
hen Monday afternoon, landing
at Marine Terminal Airport.
Among those present to Kr*'t
him were Kehuve:mi Amir. Con-
sul General in New York, Yosef
Tekoah, Israel's Ambassador to
the I'nited Nations, and a dele-
gation headed by Rabbi Israel
Miller, president of the Ameri-
can Zionist Federation, and Ja-
cob Stein, president of I'nited
Synagogue, both of whom are
vice chairmen of the Conference
of Presidents of Major Jewish
Organizations.
During his visit, the 81-year-
old president, who ri-cclvcd ill
honorary Doctor of Human Let-
ters degree irom Yeshiva Uni-
versity Tuesday, will meet wi*h
prominent scholars and receive
dclegatkns from major Jewish
< rganizations, New York City's
Mayor John Lindsay and Gov,
Nelson Rockefeller.
President Shazar. the main
speaker at Tuesday ever.:
Israt I Bonds dinner, was to
ceive the two-volume "Encyi -
pedia of Zionism and Israel" on
Thursday. The encyclopedia's
editor. Dr. Raphael Paiai, and
Dr. Emanuel Neumann, pi -i-
dent of the American Section-
Jewish Agency, and chairman of
Herzl Press, were to make the
presentation.
News Briefs
Year-Round DST Opposed
NEW YORK (WNS) The Rabbinical Alliance of America
has expressed its opposition to a law which would put Daylight
Savings Time in effect the year round. Rabbi Abraham Gross, pre-t-
dent of the Alliance, said Orthodox Jews cannot begin their morr.-
Ing prayers and don their phylacteries, until about one hour b< '.
sunrise. Should Daylight Savings Time be in effect during the
winter, the Rabbi warned, the vast majority of orthodox worl
would l>e placed in a position of not being able to perform these
sacred commandments and fulfill their cherished religious obligations.
'Israel May Be Stalling'
WASHINGTON (WNS) A former high ranking State -
partment official suggested it a background briefing for forei
newsmen sponsored by the U.S. Information Agency thai Isr i
strategy may be to stall the Jarring negotiations until 1972 heo
they feel they can do better with Democrats in power in the Unit l
S tatea
s 12 Million Crash Program
JERUSALEM (WNS) Housing Minister Zee\ Sharef -
that his Ministry will spend $42 million, 1595 of its total bud
in a crash program to build housing in Fast Jerusalem. He al*0
announced that a new residential quarter, containing 350 hous
units, will be constructed in the Tel Aviv suburb of Ramat Gan.
Thief Rabbi Iteeeives Medal
PARIS tJTA) The 75-year-old Chief Rabbi of France
Jacob Kaplan, was awarded the City of Paris medal this week I
"distinguished services to Paris, its civilization and culture." The
presentation was made at City Hall in Didier Delfour, president
the Municipal Council: the audiciu, included Baron Alain de Roth--
child, president of the French Central Consistory, and Isr.;
Ambassador Asher Ben- Nat nan.
200 Petition Party Congress
LONDON IJTA) A petition by L'OO Soviet Jews calling for
the right to emigrate has i>, en submitted to the committei org n
ing the Soviet Communist P.niy Congress scheduled to open March
31. According to reports reaching here from Moscow, the petition
calls on the Congress to use its offices to facilitate freedom t>l e
gration and to protect the applicants for departure from harass-
ment by local and provincial offici Is.
Hill Challenges Soviets
WASHINGTON iWNS) Rep, Edward I Koch, (D-N.Y i has
introduced a bill in the House ol Representatives authorizing the
Sti Department to Issue 30,001 vis for the admission of So
Jews into thi I'nited States. Koch said the bill was a challenge I i
the Soviet Union "to open wide her doors and permit the Jews who
are vilified to leave."
Court Asked To I'phold Ban
WASHINGTON (WNS) Six Rhode Island taxpayers, the
American Jewish Congress and the American Civil Liberties Union
urged the Supreme Court to uphold a Rhode Island Federal District
Court ruling that prohibits the use of public monies to pay teach-
ers in non-public schools. The District Court ruled last year that %
Rhode Island law providing 5375,000 to pay 15rJ of the salaries of
teachers of secular subjects in private schools was unconstitutional.
The state is appealing that decision.


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1} Fridoy. March 12, 1971
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fJenist Meridian
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Israel's President Here
For 3-Day Bonds Conclave
By GERALD SCHWARTZ
Openly monad by messages from
Israel's President Zalman Shazar
Li ml Dr. Josi-ph J. Schwart/. lcad-
Ers <>t American Jewry launched
|th,' 1i<71 State of Israel Bonds
(campaign with a record outpouring
lot more than S107 million in cash
Ln.l commitments at the annual
nnaugura] Conference held in Mi-
limu Beach last weekend.
Nearly 2.0C0 dinner pucsts at
|the Fontainebleau Hotel save
for. Schwartz, who guided the rea-
Icue of hundreds of thousands of
pews after World War II. standing
ovation-; in an atmosphere charged
with the knowledge that the dead-
1 line for a Middle East cease-fire
was onlj hours away.
The three-day conclave pnml an impressive start for an un-
precedented drive to sell S4C0 mil-
lion in Israel Bonds this year.
Conference cochaimien Samuel
Rothberg and Louis Boyar, Israel
v. md Organization president Ira
Guilder, and executive vice presi*
I dent Leo Bernstein termed it the
[tr.o-t successful conference in the
JK.md campaign's 20-year history.
Because his meeting with Pres-
ident Nixon was still in the future.
hir. Shazar limited his official re-
[marks to generalities with the
[exception of a firm statement tint
J.Feritv.iiem wouM never again be
divided.
Although there were no sales of
Bonds at the conference conclud-
png dinner, a month-long series
lot banquets, breakfasts, recep-
tions and other meetings produced
purchases at the level necMsarv
I to nearly double last year's figure
lol 5211 million sold in the United
States, Canada. European and I^it-
\ in American countries.
Then were lighter moments dur-
I thi tradition il Israel fashi n
[ v :h highlighted a women's
riivis 'I eon, but even at th it
l i there vt-is h feel'ne; of
Mrs Michael Comay
Isr i! s Vmh i. 'ain .md a le idin>3
in i i" her own right, re
I th call-up of s n I
n "I'M'S. including h i
soi. the (l> '.Mine on the Suez
i tached.
Dr. Sch.v,iri/. who retired last
fti r IS years as chief execu*
I .: offici r oi the Israel B nd 0 -
gan'/ation, called upon American
end Canadian Jewish leaders to
redouble their efforts, "so that the
most momentous achievement in
| the history of modern Jewry, the
rebirth of Israel, shall not have
been in vain." He was presented
with a magnificent shield of the
12 trilu s of ancient Israel in rcc-
[ognilion of a lifetime of leader-
ship for the Joint Distribution Com-
mittee, United Jewish Appeal. Is-
j "'l !>! ds ami other Jewish causes.
Before beginning his prepared
i speech in English. President Sha-
zar dramatically and extempor-
aneously lauded the 72-year-old I deceive Jews from Soviet Russia
nonoree for his role in transport-.and the Arab countries. He said
ng ttWtaands Of the SBWrVdYs offffal the peopW bf Israel are also
the Hitler Holocaust from the D.P. united in their demand that the
Camps 01 Europe to Israel. Jew, Of Russia and the Arab COLU1-
tries be permitted to emigrate to
i ailing lor a just peace in the Israel. "Their cry stirs the con-
Middle East that would "end the. science of the world," he declared.
hatred as well as the fighting.....Hie conscience of the Jewish
between Arabs and Jews, he said people, as well, must be stirred
that a just peace "means defen-lby the need to prepare Israel to
sible borders for Israel and a de- receive them." he added.
cent settlement of the Arab refu-;
gee question." but emphasized tint ; Sam Rothberg, general Chair-
the refugee problem must not be man of the Israel Bond Organize-
solveri at the expense of the Jew-1 tlon, who presided at the dinner,
ish Character of Israel which re-; said that the Israel Bond proceeds
quires that all of Jerusalem re-|will be used to sustain Israel's
main the capital of Israel. "The economy at a time when its own
Jews in Israel and the rest of the resources must cover massive de-
world." he added, "demand that I fense costs to provide housing and
Jerusalem shall never be dividediJohs for 50.000 immigrants this
again." | year and to enable Israel to re-
ceive and establish as self-sup-
" The symbol and soul of the j porting citizens those Jews who
Jewish character of Israel." Mr. I mnv bc Permitted to leave the
Shazar asserted, "is the undivided Soviet Union,
city of Jerusalem, our eternal
Greater Miami Israel Bond
chairman James M. Albert wel-;
ccmes nearly 2,000 delegates
to the historic Inaugural Confer-
ence at the Fontainebleau Ho-
tel which opened the 1971 cam-
paign to sell S400 million in
State of Israel Bonds.
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cluding banquet were James M.
Albert, local Bond chairman; Dr.
The President of Israel also Irving Lchrman. chairman of the
called for greater support "through executive committee for Greater
the splendid means of State of I Miami: and Dr. Leon Kronish. na-
Isr.-iel BortrtV' to prepare Israel to tional vice chairman.
Discussion Group Meets
Theodor Herat's "Judcnstaat"
(The Jewish State i will be the
topic of discussion when the Great
Jewish Book Discussion Group
meets at the Miami Beach Public
| Library Thursday. March 18, at
2 p.m. Discussion leader will be
Rstelle Gitlow.
2 Day Atlanta Regional
Conference Is Scheduled
Atlant i. (;,i.. will serve as the
host city for the first Southern
Regional Conference of the He-
brew Day School movement which
willl take place Sunday and Mon-
day, March 21 and 22. according
to an announcement issued by
Torah Umesorah, the National So-
ciety for Hebrew Day Schools.
More than 20 Southern Hebrew
Day Schools offering a combined
program of Hebrew and General
Studies are expected to partici-
pate in the conference which will
feature outst inding educators,
spiritual leaders. P.T.A. officials
and Hebrew Day School faculty
members. Chairman of the South-
ern Region Is Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross, principal or the Hebrew
Academy In Miami Beach.
Leon Segal Speaker
Leon Segal will discuss the sourc-
es of anti-Semitism in the world
before Chug Ivri. the Hebrew
Speaking group of North Shore.
Miami Beach. Wednesday at 2
p.m. in the Blue Room of Temple
Menorah. 620 75th St.. Miami
Beach.
Chancellor Presiding
Chancellor Richard Wasserm.in
will preside over the business por-
tion of the meeting of the George
Gershwin Knights of Pythias Lodge
sl%. Monday at ":.>0 p.m. In Surf-
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Volume 44
Friday, March 12, 1971
Number 11
15 ADAR 5731
There Must Be An Answer
Probably nothing describes the uncertainty of the
situation better than that favorite old newspaper phrass,
"as we go to press"; and as we go to press, all remains
quiet on the Middle East front. It is another way of saying
that there is no telling what will happen in the next few
hours, let alone the next days and weeks, since the end
of the formal cease-fire last Sunday.
The extended armistice and the tentative but definite
moves toward some kind of accommodation have told
us that Jordan, certainly, and probably Egypt as well as
Israel would rather meet their economic problems at home
ihan engage in more blood-letting, no matter how brave
the rhetoric. We don't believe in problems without solu-
tions; there must be an answer to the tragedy of the Middle
East. This is the hope we offer, "as we go to press."
1971 Goal Not Unreasonable
Greater Miami's 1971 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund campaign is off to an impressive begin-
ning. The big question now is whether the community-at-
large will match the pace set by the large givers for
the kind of campaign envisioned for this year must go far
beyond the goals set in the past and reach a far greater
number than has been touched by any previous campaign.
For the first time in our history, recognition of the
primacy of Israel's crisis has resulted in an unprecedented
cooperative effort by the major institutions of both Ameri-
can and Israel Jewry. Synagogue campaigns for neces-
sary capital funds have been halted for the duration of the
CJA-IEF drive, and the staffs of other fund-raising organiza-
tions, particularly Israel's educational institutions, have
been assigned to the Federation staff.
With all this, the success or failure of the national
campaign to raise S400 million of which Greater Miami's
share is S10 million depends on the acceptance of every
Jew of his duty to give, commensurate with his ability, and
to join the campaign as a volunteer so that every Jew in
the community is reached and made aware of his respon-
sibility.
Close to $4 million has been reported from the tra-
ditionally initial efforts. That result indicates that the goal
set for 1971 is not unreasonable and, in fact should be
easily attained by America's fastest growing Jewish
community.
Jews Hope For Action
The United Nations General Assembly has designated
1971 as the "international year for action against racialism
and racial discrimination." To carry out this task, the U.N.
Commission on Human Rights, which is now in conference
in Geneva, has given priority to a discussion of the right
of any individual to leave a country.
This right is, of course, particularly precious to Jews
in many parts of the world who hope that as a result of this
dialogue nations which do not at present subscribe to free
emigration as a basic human right will at last change
their laws.
Historical Catalogue Being Published
American Jewish history has been a neglected subject
for the most part, but this is not expected to be true in the
future. A Boston firm will soon publish a four-volume
catalogue of the American Jewish Archives, an estimated
85,000 cards detailing the more than 4,000,000 pages of
documents which have been accumulated by the Archives
on the Hebrew Union College campus in Cincinnati. Credit
must go to Rabbi Jacob R. Marcus who started the collec-
tion in 1947 with no idea that modern printing technology
would make it available to all scholars during his lifetime.
MATTER OF FACT
by JOSEPH ALSOP
Ji'ASHlXtttON*, srs&i
sian troops manning ttn s
anti-aircraft missiles along the
Suez Canal have now been
oil back, tu be replaced with S -
viet advisers, Militarily, the de-
m :u is not overly -
cant. Symbolically, howevi i
-
It i shai i1
the Sswit*t posture in the Middle
East, obviously resulting from a
sessmenl of the risks in
Moscow. Because ol this shift In
Soviet policy, the nightmare of
the last 12 months seems less
and less likely to be turned into
ity.
! y.
The nightm i S iet
i itt.ir.pt to crush Is>
Comment
I saw Joe McCarthy pi i
on the steps ol the New ark Coui t
House the other night. The
monic connection was mad
l heard a radio news report thai
government departments and
Army intelligence had com-
piled data on some 25,0 0-
COO Americans, including a num-
ber of prominent politicians who
hail shown a more than passing
interest in the peace movement.
THOSE OF you who remem-
ber the McCarthy era may re-
call that a lavorite technique of
the late unlamented Sen itor
from Wisconsin was to hold up
a slip of piper and announce
that it contained a list ol
versives in the government agen-
cy he was investigating (s
times only a handful, but al-
ways g tod for a headline
This day in Newark he
out ol i room and told the >s.
sembled nrwsmei bout the
subvi m the
at Fort Monmouth, N i..
st.it. ment which pro>ed I
so fraudulent that it brought on
the famous Army h
led i Irs downfall.
BUT WHILE the Army es-
capadc helper! br M irl \
down it also focussed ittei '
on the gad state ol Armj Inti I-
ligence. Only a few years
fore faulty Information ha l
brought the Chines' into
Korean War And remember
Pearl Harbor?
If you've read the My Lai tes-
timony carefully, yen h ive dis-
covered bow badly misinformed
the combat troop-, wen ibout
conditions to be found then (
something Aldous Huxley once
wrote which comes to mind, he
said that the dictionary should
have two entries under the word
because there |g ,:
human," and "intelli :, nee
tary."
I CAN test t from
xperieno D
World War II I did > bit with
ind w hile 1 will
stly reft
I in my own spying abili-
ties I ear. state that some of
the others were prettj pathitic,
I -peri illy when it c imi to ME.
My mment with Army
intelligence c ime when, I ite one
night while I was in charge of
quarters, I came upon the si
personnel file and read all about
myself as c impiled by my bud-
in arms and others. The
real'./ it: in if bow much they
h i misse I, misinterpreted and
misun l made me fear for
ultimate \ ictory in that a ii
i lings ba\e't improved, from
I h id
Knowing the story of Defense
Department int i ime-
whit comfort.: me whi n
M chi u I. iw Sch to! pro-
ss r told the Senate Subcom-
' e on Constiuu.on.il Rights
ntlj Amei leans ire s tu-
I, me isun d, wat
iti d an 1 intei i | d by
i, l iw
enforc i ei I officials, social sci-
entists il I poll taket than at
ii J time in our history."
You just know that all tb it
tli, hand- o| (he
Y some d ij has t i go the
il the theft by t<
no of computerized ma-
I which was stored bj
- -rvice company. If it is possible
to foul up. ivsi assured our mili-
will do it.
bit that, really, is small
' >rt, The Information-gath-
ering arid surveillance activities
ol the Fed. ral government, as
Arthur R Miller pointed
out to the Senate group, h ive ex-
' 'i to such ..n extent thev
'"'' becoming n thre it to set
basic rights of every American
s*el -*v wwPPW^ail ita ry
Month by month
last wmt >r, the det tile I -
preparations for such
tempt had been going
iless'y. It bad I i
sumed that the Sum,a.
te likely to do who -,.
\ is blj prep iring I i
l NTH. AFTEB ih
was lot i si
I Now, ha
* il the Etuss
> in -
Air
i \ i E| Sadat "s
teral troop pu
he |
the inal An I yet
is the n laMvely d *-n-i
id r of the last
contribution to the n<
belt nducted b) '
bassador Gunn ir .' u i
BEHIND these devi
moreover, it can now
that *bere was someth
more s,,l:d and import
was a definite turn.' .
Soviet Middle Eastern |
f ict, which i* now know n have
been signaled during l
.t inuary \ Isit to Egypt
Soviet President, N v.
Podgomy.
PodKorny brought aloi
part) members ol l
ral staff, who had I :
t< initialled oil PaR" 15-A)
by EDWARD COHEN
icy, speech
> ici it ion ind pi titi
This is of small c e
the military moid, is
.1. mow it/, has shown In
of "The Professional S
but that is not unexpi
worries me :s that it n IJ
equally little concern to th<
age American for I
;. tters to editors, list"
talk shows md reading l
i islzes how badly edu
most Americans are.
little they ',;now of our
particularly the motivat
< Constitution.
IX THE search for '
ful educati in of our p
onvin d that an ct
culum could be bu
the first 10 amendments
Constitution the B
R ;hta
i ng those rights
dav life, analyzing them
then historical backgrc
i them Into action |
In my opinion.
; i mil for educat
rens of a democracj th it
h ive lost tlong the w iy
\t the peak of thi
thv hysteria, the Lea
Women Voters bravely
forth with a "Freedom *
P jram" which was a
In large sc lie popular
on the role that Indlvidu il
play in the maintenano
system of constitution I
racy
As I look at some of tl
pamphlets in that pro.'
am struck by their pert
some l!i years Inter. At
when "intelligence, milltarj
running rampant, it is Im
tive that "intelligence, hum
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jTM.8
Max Lerncr
Sees It
NEW STORK In one sense Rabbi Meir Kahane has suc-
led. He s Id 11 had been his purpose and that of the Jewish
i ns L to gel the plight of the Sovlel Jews off the back
pages and get it on page one, and with the help of the Russian
. ernment he has done it. Thai help has come In several forms:
the Soviet stupidily in holding veiled ami-Jewish trials; the
S iviel blindnesss in fighting the Defense League's tactics by
public pressures, first on the U.S. government and then on the
Belgians; and the continued discriminations igainst Jews in the
Soviet life,
But once the storj is on page one, what then? What lever-
does the D tensi League have or, for that matter, what
erage does the high-powered meeting of world Jewish orga-
i 12 itions at Brussels hi vo to pressure the Russians into a
..ill, rent policy? Mostly they have to fall hack on world opinion.
. with bully-boy tactics like those of the Defense
League is that thej become counter-prdductive. They run the
danger potential or marginal sympathies in every
countr> for the Soviet Jews. And the trouble with the quieter
tic the Jewish Est ibl shment lead -rs at
- s that the) mas end w ith good lutions
intent ii ins.
HAD 1 BEEN \T THE Brussels men ting i should h ive added
my voice to th< minorits ol d legates that strongly oppose Ka-
hane's tactics but was willing to have him appi ar an I address the
conference, whit danger did he represent that irranted ban-
ning him by the conference leader-, and that warranted detaining
him by the I' in police? If the conference is on the track of
the right policies it could have tolerated a challenge.
As foi Kahane himself, he represents the Jewish version of
the kind of ethnic nationalist t ictics and philosophy thai much
of the black nationalist movement in America has used and felt.
- have a contagion about them. For some years
A erican Jews have been saying to the blacks "Use our method;
stay within the 1 iw and the system, and they will work for you
as they have worked for us." The more militant blacks rejected
th ., well meant. Now a fractional Jewish na-
. ..:. fi |l ,,., thi example of the black activist demonstr ttors
"Wi don't ha\i timi for general concepts," said Rabbi Kahane
to the Brussels conference. "We need concrete iction." And
again we must ask him, action [or what, with what power lever-
what bas isophy? What Henri Bergson on.a- said -till
"Act as men of thought, think as men of action."
ONE Ml'ST Asst ME that the philosophy of the
ference leaders was somewhat as follows; That the Soviet
ind peoples are not o: one mind on the treatment of the
three million Jews: that the ul >up is split on it. some of
the : feelii g las Khruschchev did when he was in power) that
St din's rigid hatred of the Jew- was wrong and that the Rus-
S ns should not resume it: that the writers, scientists and in-
tellectuals are deeply ashamed of the policy; that the Soviet lead-
ership needs some face-saving gesture or formula in order to
change it.- policy quietly; that the Kahi ne tactics will destroy
that chance. In paying tribute to the role of the Rod army in
the World War II struggle against the Nazis, the conference pre-
sumably was following the face-saving tactic.
Of the two tactics that of Kahane and that of the Brus-
- conference leaders neither offers much hope of leverage
to shift Soviet policy, but one may do mischief and the other has
a chance of working, provided a stick of sorts can be found to
add to the carrot. Provided also that the self-made trap in which
the Soviet loaders are caught in thoir anti-Jewish policies hasn't
snapped too tight beyond being pried open.
A member ol the Soviet staff at the United Nations ii am
told" said the othir day that ho had formed a favorable opinion
ol young American activists, but that the Defense League young-
sters had erased it. Which is to say that the Russians arc de-
lighted with the Now Left activism when it is directed against
the war or inward toward American internal conflict, but thoy
arc angry at similar tactics that touch Russian policy.
tr it H
KAHANE HIMSELF, WHOM A New York jury recently
ruled against because of his message, was careful to say the trial
had been a fair one, and the prosecutor, too, even while he de-
plored the jury verdict. He was trying to draw a contrast be-
tween the ]>osition of the Jews in America and the Soviet Union.
Taking the three world centers of Jewish life today, the
Jews in Russia have neither freedom nor security; in Israel they
have freedom but are in constant external danger; in the United
States they have freedom and security together. That's why it
is a moral necessity foi American Jews to be deeply concerned
about the dangers in the other t*o areas: Thoy have the political
luxury of doing it from a position ot strength in their own country.
Jewish Chapel To Be Built At West Point
Milton Ellerin To
Address Chapter
Of AJCominittee
Milton Ellerin, Director of the
Ti. nds Analyses Division of the
American Jewish Committee, will
address membi is of the Greater
Miami Chapter, American Jewish
Committee on "The Jews: The
New Left, old Left, New Prob-
lems." Wednesday, at :00 p.m. in
the Miami Room of the Dupont
Plaza Motel, Alvin Cassel, Miami
Chapter president, has announced.
Mr. Ellerin who served for 12
Some 125 residents of Plaza 800 doubled the amount raised
in last year's campaign effort on behalf of the Combined
Jewish Appeal Israel Emerqency Fund at the breakfast meet-
ing where Rabbi Solomon Schiff was the guest speaker. From
left are Abe Lewis, Mrs. Rose Kcpel and Murray Tubelle.
i
mnroH iuemn
vi ar- a- a special agent for the
Federal Bureau of Investigation,
is well qualified to assess this
situation. His division maintains
records on individual-and analyzes
Hands and events that have a
bearing on racists, nationalist-,
anti-Semitic and anti-Democratic
Ii ,, lopments in our country.
A grad iati of the George Wash-
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a nv mber ol the Bar of the l >is-
trict of Columbia, Mr. I
has written articles and '
widely on various
organized anti-Si nit and is a
in quent c ntributor to the Amcri- j
can Jew! \ k 1 Ii I cent ly
completed a study on Arab A.
tc American Pul lii
The American Jewish Commit-!
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Academy at West Point, has an-
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formal Jewish Chapel and Religious
Center in the Academy s 1119 year
history, have been submitted to
Army Headquarters in Washington
fur approval.
Tne general made the announce-
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tion horo. whore ho was presented
with the congregation's annual
Brotherhood Award. The Chapel
will serve the Jewish cadets, of-
ficers and enlisted men at the
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Brussels Declaration Read
At Temple Purim Services
The "Brussels Declaration by
1he World Conference of Jewish
Communities on Soviet Jewry"
was read at all synagogues and
temples immediaJylK.jMsccditig the
reading of the "Megillah" (Book
of Esther) during Purim services
Wednesday night.
Rabbinical Association president
Rabbi Sol Landau of Beth David
<'ongregation. not.-d: "The unity
Of concern for the 3's million
Jews in the Soviet Union us ex-
pressed at the recent Brussels
Conference, must have its coun-
terpart in communities throughout
the world. The reading of this
Declaration at our Purim services
Is a most fitting procedure, and In
keeping with the highest tradition
of Judaism."
Rabbi Solomon Schlff, director or
the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion's Community Chaplaincy Serv-
ice and executive vice president of
the Rabbinical Association of
Greater Miami declared: "Purim
recalls the events in which Jews
of Persia were spared from the
threat of genocide. The threat to-
day of cultural and religious geno-
cide is facing Hi" Jews of the So-
viet Union. Our concerted efforts
will help bring about their salva-
tion "
The Bruss Is Declaration in-
cluded the following statements:
"The World Conference of Jew-
Mi Communities on Soviet Jewry
Urgently C.ilLs nun the civil world
to join with us ind with the Jews
of the Ui the Soviet Social-
ly Republii in urging the Soviet
auth iritii s
TO RECOGXIZE the right of
Jews who so desire to return to
their historic homeland in Israel.
-at>d to ensure the unhindered ex-
ercise of this right.
TO ENABLE the Jews in 'he
U.S.S R. to exercise fully their
right to live in accord with the
Jewish cultural and religious heri-
tage ami freely to raise their chil-
dren in this heritage,
TO PUT AN END to the
defamation of the Jewish people
and of Zionism, reminiscent of the
evil anti-Semitism which caused so
much suffering to the Jewish peo-
ple and to the world.
"We assembled in this Confer-
ence commit ourselves, by unceas-
ing effort, to ensure that the plight
of Soviet Jewry is kept before the
conscience of the world until the
justice of their cause prevails.
"We will continue to mobilize
the energies of all Jewish commun-
ities. We will work through the
parliaments and governments of
our countries, through the United
Nations and other international
bodies and through every agency
of public opinion.
"We will not rest until the Jews
of the Soviet Union are free to
choose their own destiny."
The delegates to the Brussels
Conference officially representing
the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion's Conference on Soviet Jewry
I included Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz
! of Temple Menorah. chairman.
; Mendell M. Selig. Maurice Gold-
! ring, and Jack S. Popick.
Maccabee Lodge To
Install New Slate
Maccab'-e Lodge 2579, B'nai
B'rith. will install its new slate of
officers Sunday at a gala dinner-
dance in the Carillon Hotel it has
been announced.
More than 400 persons are ex-
pected to be present for the oath-
taking ceremonies as the newly-
elected officials take up their new-
duties.
The 1971 leaders include George
N. Kotin. president; Henry How-
ard, Bernard Lifton, William Pin-
sker and David Feldman. vice
presidents; Herman Auerbach.
treasurer; Max Newman, financial
secretary; Joseph Ginsberg, re
cordiirg secretary; Aaron Hersh
bain, corresponding secretary;
Moi ris Ri senberg. warden, and
Rabbi Max Zucker, chaplain.
Father Sean O'Sullivan will be
the principal speaker at the lodge
meeting Tuesday. His topic will be
"Brotherhood."
The group, which meets in the
auditorium of the Forte Towers
1200 Bldg. the third Tuesday of
each month, will also present a
number of awards for meritorius
service during Tuesday's meeting.
3-Day Purim Carnival, Bazaar At Beth Torah
The Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood i
of Beth Torah Congregation will,
hold its annual Purim Carnival and
Bazaar, from Thursday, March 18,1
through Sunday. March 21 on the]
temple grounds.
The event will feature a clothes-
line art show, a display of sculp- \
ture, ceramics and artifacts and |
many new and exciting rides and |
games for the children. Tickets are j
now being sold in advance at a |
considerable discount at the tern-1
pie office.
Mrs. Morton Reiss is Carnival
chairman; Mrs. Irving Klondar is
in charge of the Bazaar and Mrs.
Ewald Ziffer is Sisterhood presi-
dent.
Beth El Breakfast Set
An open breakfast meeting has
been scheduled by the Jewish Wel-
fare Federation in Temple Beth
El's Tobin Auditorium at 9:30 a.m.
Sunday. Reservations may be
made by calling the temple office.
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Beth David Youth
Sponsoring Purim
Carimal Sunday
Tetl Goiden. Youth Activities
chairman, has innouneed for thej
secoijd time the Youth Department
will be sponsoring the annual Pur-
im Carnival of Beth David Con-
gregation, which will be held Sun-
day t iN South Dade facility, 7500
SW B20th St.
The gala Carnival will be open
from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. and will
feature a variety of game booths.
prizes, and rides. Refreshments
will also l>e available arid admis-
sion is free.
Coordinators for the event are
Unitrtl Synagogue Youth leaders
Mark Ginsberg and Susan Rod-
man, Beth David Youth Advisors
Michael Exelbert and Eliot Fledell,
and Beth David's Youth Director,
Morris Tarasow.
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Friday, March 12, 19?[
Kneseth Israel To Honor
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Kahn
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Kahn will
be honored at the annual Kneseth
1- 1-Dinner of State on behalf
MR. and MRS. MILTON KAHN
of Israel Bonds Sunday evening.
March 2S. at the FontaineWeau
Hotel, it has been announced. They
Will be the recipients of the State
of Israel Shalom Award in rec-
ognition of their many years of
li vrship on behalf of Israel.
Mr. Kahn, honorary president
end immediate past-president of
Kneseth Israel Congregation, pre-
viously served as its treasurer
for 12 years, and has been active
in behalf of many communal, na-
tional and Israeli causes. A vice
pie.-idept of the Miami Beach
Lodge of B'nai B'rith, the Hebrew
Academy of Greater Miami, and
1h.- Greater Miami Region Re-
li. 'us Zionists of America. Mizra-
Chi-Hapoel Hamizraehi. Mr. Kahn
i.*- member of the Miami Beach
A: itment Association's Board of
I> .tors and for the past 10
y < has be-n chairman of Miami
Beach's annual banquet on behalf
of Yeshiva Torah Vodaath.
The State of Israel Scroll of
Honor will be presented to Imiai/
Spit/ at the Buckley Towers
"Night in Israel" Thursday. March
IS. at S p.m. the president of
Buckley Towers Men's Club and
past president of Buckley Towers
West, he is a member of the F.Iks.
Masons, Odd Fellows and Knights
of Pythias. Mr. Spit/, who will be
honored for leadership on behalf
of Israel, was awarded an honor-
ary Doctor of Jurisprudence de-
cree by the Chicago Kent College
of Law two years ago.
Harry C. Caplan is chairman
and Max Jacobson, Irving Stone.
Morris Slavik and Louis Zeifert
are cochairmen of the event spon-
sored by the Buckley Towers Is-
rael Bond Committee.
Members of the Committee in-
clude Mr. and Mrs. Max Becker.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bernhart
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Breirman, Mr.
and Mrs Harry Cohen, Mr. and
Mrs. Alfred A. Fox. Mr. and Mrs.
Herman Geller. Mr. and Mrs. Mi-
chael Janoff. Mr. and Mrs. Eli
Kammer, Mrs. and Mrs. Sam
Kusnetz, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ix-eb.
Mr. and Mrs. Gustave Lefcourt. j
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Lipna, Mr. i
and Mrs. Harrv Maler. Mr. andj
Mrs. Alfred Malin. Dr. and Mrs
Ben Menell. Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Moss. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice New-
man, Mrs. Fritzie Onkin, Mrs.
Mose Ruban, Mr. and Mrs. Anc-'l
Singer. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Sis-
kin. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Sperl-
ing, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sirass-
man, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Weiner
and Mr. and Mrs, Fred Wind.
honor of Abraham Agmon. direc-
tor general "f the Ministry of
Finance of the State of Israel.
immediately prior to the dinner
during which they will Iv the I
recipients ol the SI ite of Israel
Shalom Award.
Chairmen of th dinner are Mr.
and Mrs. Emanuel Mentz ami Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Minov. Th< y an
being assisted by Mr. and Mrs.
Milwoff. chairmen of Trustees and|
Guardians, and Mr. and Mrs, -;
Rudenberg, chairmen of the Com
mlttee of Patron-Hosts.
Beth Sholoni Will
Present Dr. Fein
Dr. Isaac M Fein, tuthorof "The
Making ot an American Jewish
Community," just released bj the
Jewish Publication Society, will
speak on 'Three Dimensions ol
American Jewish Life," Sunday.
at 10:30 a.m.. under the auspices i
of Temple Beth Sholom's "Culture. f
Coffee and Conversation" program
James S. Knopke. chairman, has
announced.
Dr. Fein is professor Emeritus'
of the Baltimore Hebrew College.
Where he taught for a quarter of a
century; he was also a founder'
and curator of the Jewish Histori-
cal Society of Maryland. Born in
Russia in 19(X). he came to th-
Unite i St itea in 1923, and re-'
ceived his doctorate from Drop-.
College in Philadelphia, Pa.
The L. L. Abess Human Relations Award was confe:
upon Dr. M. Robert Allen of the University of Mian.
' furthering the goals of better human relations and hav
contributed substantially to the well-being of the citizen
Florida" in recent ceremonies. From left to right, are Gee
J. Talianoff. William M. Alper, Leonard L. Abess, who m
the presentation. Dr. Allen, and the Hon. Jerris Leonard.
Alumnae Event To Benefit U-M Fund
Alpha Epsilon Phi Alumnae's orarj member of the p
I :th annual B ok r.m.u-iv s<> rt r. view the book "Angle ol R
., ; be held at 12:30 p m. Saturday bj W. Su gner.
In the Otto G Richter Library
Lecture Hall at the University of Proceeds ol the event go to s
Miami under the chairmanship of port the l>iok Scholarship
.Mrs. Daniel Preuss, vice president, which aids worthy U-M sti
it has been announced. Mn Kl,,, rjber Is the orga ,.
Mrs. I. M. Weinstein, an hon- tion's president.
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Silver, wh
will be honored at the Morton1
Towers-Dinner of State Sunday'
evening at the FontaineWeau Ho-1
!el, will host a 6 p.m. reception in
Social Club Installs
The first officers of the newlv- i
organized Honey Plaza Men's s
clal Club were installini by Ml
Beach Mayor Jay Dernier this
week. They included Magnus I
ton. president; William Feitelberg|
and Leo Hochwald. vice presi-
dents; Lester Golburt, chairman;
Dan Popek, recording secretary;
Jp.ck Spilke. financial secretary,
and Harry Greenbaum, treasurer.
Come to Israel. And
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everyone will be celebrating.
The temples will be full.
And after temple, every-
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houses and on kibbutzim. In
the hotels. In fact, even in
the streets.
And you'll be welcome
to join them.
But first, you'll have
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The 'Law Of The Shekel'
RABBI BARRY TARACHXIKOFF, stniRnlos around the world. Once
Temple bnel
again the military might of Egypt
threatens the peace and the very
The Torah portion this week|survival of the Jewish people. But:
deals with the "Law of The our goal is not vengeance, but
- hekel."
A modern commentator, A. B.
survival.
In Viet Nam war is a reality.
i hrlich, is quoted bj Joseph Hertz Too often our headlines proclaim
. explaining' the necessity for "victory" in terms of a high ratio
iking atonemenl
By RABBI SAMTtX .1. FOX
Why is it customary for the
Torah Scroll to bo rubied up
and unrolled In confrontation
with the congregation after its
rending is completed in the
syiiiigwe,iieT
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Ki Sisoh
The reason for this practice is
so that the congregation will got
the opportunity to look directly at
the script of the Torah (Maasekel
Soferim 14:14'.
of enemy losses in the fighting in
Cambodia. Laos or Viet Nam. But
The same phrase, "to m? au ipen are God's creaturee.
onemenl for your souls. is I
nd in Numbers 31:52 in con- It is not enough that we are vie- several aims are accomplished
ction with the "defeat of the torious over our enemies. TheU^ n.,.ing the congregation look
lianites. It is indicative of the! Torah bids us still our boastful I. )h(, i-pcated withdrawal from the shed- voice. We musl recognize the sane-1 ,.in;,s ,,,u.h and t,V(>ry cngreganl
rig of blood or th< glorification of tfty all lives. We may be guilty jmi> (,jm.t n,liltionsnip wjtn the
ing
fare.
We recall the Mi >ash that de
.- -ribes the angels iixmt to burst
,f shedding blood, but let us re- Torahi btstead nf having its con-
jolve to bear in mind the need to
atone.
.
May "'' be ever mindful of the
ito song over the Egyptian armi*i injunctin IO S(V>K peace and pur-
sue it and 'et our actions he in
keeping with ur revulsion against
war.
drowning in the Red Sea. At this
moment ol ultimate victory. God
Himself intervened to silence them.
- ying: "Mj creatures are perissh-
. and you are ready to sing!"
- u hi '"'-'.
We too might think ol this lea>
I in the context v"nt dn
Israeli Coins Again
Available At Cariier
Carner Bank ol Miami Beach,
largest distriButoi ol Israeli j tn, local Alpha Tau chapter, said
ernmenl coins in the United :na. Alpha Delta Kappa's third
States, and Dade County's si nt will be iwarded in 1973
stributor, began its third annual |
ni thi offici il mint sets this
n These s< ts at specially-
Sororify Awards Dr. Heim
Second Research Grant
Alpha Delta Kappa, interna-
tional honorary society for women
educators, has awarded it second
SKOOu research granl to Dr. Hildi
tent remain the cultural possession
of tin- chosen few. The basic scrip-
tures of the Bible were never
meant to be an esoteric document.
Second, some claim that this is j
i re-enactment of the Revelation;
at Sinai where each and every
Jew came into a direct covcnantal
relationship with the Almighty. It
bl inss into foetus the idea that the
reading of the Torah is a joint
community experience in which
the entire congregation is en
and not one where the ifficial read-
r simply reads it to them. He is ac-
JT., ., ersimplv reads it to thorn, a-'is ac-
Heln, Philosophy professor at Holy tll.lllv-,.;...,.,, wlth thl.
Cross College. Worcester Mass. ^ for ,,, congrc
\i -.. Vnni Satin, president of
ick, highly-pollshi I co i -. the
for w hi
ii nl .' wish coil s, are available
. plastic display cases for 11
wallet-style fold I 50. This
>i ar. for the first timi the coins
..11 bear a mintmark the six-
of David.
The Carner Bai k is also m
dlablt a limited number of 19*59
and 1970 mint sets at the original
rice of S4. These sets alreadv
, i :i.> ri BSed in value since then
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Yanich Breakfast Guest
The Men's ClU* of Temp!.
Ad ith Y/eshurtm, will hold its
monthly breakfast meeting at 10
a.m. Sunday in the social hall of
the temple. 1025 NE Miami Gar-
dens Dr. Guesl speaker will be
Joseph Yanich, executive director
>f the South 'astern Region of the
American Jewish Congress, whose
pic will be "Are the Russian
lews in Bondage?" Photographic
evidence will be presented to sub-
ntiate the facts of the true
ondition of Russian Jewry. There j famous restaurants among
will be no solicitation of funds. 'items for sale.
stead of to them Tt is for this I
son that the individuals of the
congregation are required to read
along with the reader silently.
Beth Am Sponsors
Its Annual Auction
The annual auction sponsored by
'he Brotherhood and Sisterhood of
Tempi- Beth Am will be held in
the social hall Saturday, begining
at 7:30 p.m.
The fund-raising event, which is
open to the public, will feature
new merchandise with well-known
labels, art work by local artists.
weekend cruises and dinners at
the
"And the Lord spoke unto Moses saying, when thou takest
the sum of tin- children of Israel ." F.xodus 30:2-34.
TOKEN PAYMENT Moses was instructed to take a
census of all male Israelites over the age of 20, who thereupon
became liable for military service. Each mm, rich or poor, was
to make a token payment of a half shekel of silver in atonement
for any transgression he may have committed. This half shekel
was used in construction of the sanctuary Bassdel of the tribe
of Judah, and Oholiab ol thi tribe of Dan, were divinely called
to apply their skill and craftsmanship and supervise the work of
construction. Although the building of the Tabernacle was of the
highest Importance, it could not supersede the observance of tb.
Sabbath; the people were commanded that all work even tin
work relating to the construction ol the sanctuary must cej s>
on the Sabbath.
THE GOLDEN CALF Moses h id been on Mt. Sinai for 40
days and 40 nights, and the people, fearing he would never re-
turn, clamored for a visible object ol worship, Th y induced Aaron
to fashion a molten image of a golden call and brought sacrift
and offerings to their idols, around which they sang and danced
Returning from the mountain with the two tablets of the law
engraved bj God on stone. Moses he ird the cries of revelry, wit-
nessed the disgraceful behavior of the people and dashed th'
tablet.- of the Dec ilogue to the mound He then destroyed the call
by fire, ground it into powder which he thn W into a stream, an I
reproached Aaron who pleaded that he had been forced to can-.
out the people's demands Moses called on .11 his supporters to
rally round him and the Levil n immedi ite resp
THE SECOND rABI I is OF STON1 Again Moses w< il
up alone into th, Othi iblets
of stone which God had con God de-
scended in i cloud, revealed M msell mercy, kind-
ness and truth, and renewed his Coven nl with Israel by re-
peating the command mpletii the
prohibition against id try. t ibservanci of the pilgrim I -
tivals, and th holiness : th S 'bath
God Himself wrote the Ten C nts on the two
tablets of stone, while Moses recorded thi contents of Ihe re-
newed Covenant After having spenl 40 additional days
nights on the mount,on. during which time he neither ate noi
drank. Moses returned to the camp His I ic -hone with a divin.
glow, and the people feared to look at him, but he reassured
them and communicated t > Aaron, th elders, and the whole
assembly all tin w '.- if I Lord which he had heard on
Mt. Sinai
EMANU-EL (TEMPLE). 1701 Wash- I Irving Shulkes. H/.UANDAIE
ington Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irv- : Frlda) 8:16 pit Saturdas iHALLANDALE JEWISH CENTEA
Ing Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler 24 .Z7r*~~,,F ,..., ., ; 126 N. E. lit Ave. 44
Frldai :. pan and 8:M ,> nv Sermon: SKY lake synagogue is 51 N.f. -------.-------
Survival or Survival Plus A Trl-i 19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah F.
i.uie to ii!-- Lehrman Day School." Caplan.
HOUYWOOO
Saturday 9 a.m Sermon "The VVeokls Friday i:80 p.m Saturda) i n .- beth el itemplei 1351 S. 14 Av
I., mi ..in Bai in.oi When Pel ul BmI- Tin Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. 43
MIAMI
AHAVAT SHALOM CONGRE
TION 995 SW 67th Ave. O :
Cantor Aron Ben Aron. 1
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ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 1th Ave
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowita 2
BETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N Ken.
dall Dr S Miami. Reform. Rabb' '
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Micheal
Kyrr. 3
BETH DAVID. 226 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau
Cantoi William W. Lipson. 4
. Idaj S-.IS n m "The Famllj To-
. l.\ guesl preacher Rabbi Dr.
Allen Rutchlk 8aturda> a.m Bai
iizvuh: (i:r> Frledmai son nl Mm
.' uili Kn.ilm.oi

EETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Orthe-
dox. 6

(ETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional Rabbi Man
Shapiro. Cantor Ben Dickson 4
. idaj v IB p.m Sermon "5"ho_ U
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
O'azin Cantor Nathan Parnass. 11
i m nnd si-, ,, ni Ser-
. i Aataln Stands AJone" fol-
owed l5 i.. t- Shabhal sponsored by
Mr and .Mrs Max Swerdloif in honor ,
j anniversary, feiur- 1 *
s. i mon "Portion of Uie CONG.
a i
Portion "f ih.> mi
Miiz. .1 ,. k Alan Lewis, son "l Mr
, nml Mr* Reuben Lewis; Martin Sat-
ie rr, son "! Mr, and Mrs Allen Sat-
urn
l >i\ Ine Presem
v..I
-In
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER
MIAMI. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox
Rabbi Naftali Porush. 39
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pmetree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross. 25 JUDEA (TEMPLE) 5500 Granada
--------------- Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Morns Kipper 4C
AN-NELL (Branch of He- I'mliiy 8:15 p.m I
CORAL GABIES
(TEMPLE) 5500
l"i i.i ,> si", p in Sermon "A r
Alom s.iiurday II V.M
Mltzvah Jeffrej Alai Ki Ii
l d Mrs Jai k Krotei
! BETH SHALOM* (TEMPLfV. 17-T
; Monroe St. Conservative Rat-M
Morton Malavsky. Cantor ^V'"
I Gold. *
OR OLOM (Temple) 8/o5 SW. 18th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph Glix-
man, 13
TIFFRETH ISRAEL. 6500 N M.ami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein
bYldaj 8:15 p.m. Quest spake> Mrs
Klorence Tamarktn- topic: "Slrnific-
anoe ol Ihe role ol tin* National
Council of Jewish \\'em*'n"
brew Academy). 7th St. and Meri- Council of Jewish W Saturday j "'S^U"..!*^11^%^X"^?.
dlan Ave. Orthodox. Rabb, Abraham 1:15 8,m Bar MlUvali James 1 Cantor Yehudah HeiUiriun
Ben-HilHI. tt.A.II". ......'Ml Mid Sin Irwln Frank- Cantor Yehudah^Heiibraun.
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Jiv'^ir-^r1,?0N,.^^*.UNTV 'AMORA (TEMPLE) 44 Z.mor. Ave. ISRAEL (TEMPLE) 6920 S.W. 36th St
S0^90,GUS.kS?2 tiI '1 Mr. Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell Berger. Conservative. Rabbi EHIot J. W.-o-
*?rtor Mev"i; FnnT 9 Cantor ""*" Zolondek. 41 gr.d. Cantor Abraham Koat.r. 41
eantor Meyer Engel. HI Friday B:18 p.m BAturdaj -i.il --------------
TIFERETH JACOB (Temple). 51
4th Ave. Conservative
E.
15
ZION (TEMPLE). SO00 Miller Rd
Conservative, Rabbi Norman U. Sha-
piro. Cantor Richard S. Browdy. 16
Fridas v 80 p.m Saturda} 8 am. Bar
son nf Mr and
. idaj I Is p.m sermon: uim u x(l. -i. ciJ,. s,,.u
Patriotic" followed bj Onen Bhaboijl Mntilorton PhVaer
hosted b) Mr. and Mrs Sam Schul- ,.; Mia
II in honor -f hi- birthday Satur- 1
day S:4*> :i m "Be Counted ** 5 n ni
"Portion l-iw 80 i> "' Slaml-
" i; Brect"
CETH TOV (Temple). 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative Rabbi Simon
April. Cantor Seynour Hinkee 8
> IS p in Ot|( si speaker Mrt
f hilip WiiK-k: "Accomplishment and
: Sisterhood" followed by OtoM
sMiiiibai sponsored by the BlssterhoM
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
13600 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
Rabbi Joseph Gorfinkel, Cantor
Ben Z on Kirscherinaum. S5
Frida> 8:18 p.m HoKilnit 100 Olrl
Scouts ami their leaders nf the Besnin-
ose NeisThborhood nirts* *
KNESTH ISRAEL. 1415 Eucld Ave
Orthodox. Rshbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif 27
MENORAH (TEMPLE). 620 75th St
Corservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram.
owitz Cantor Nlco Feldmsn ?g
Frlda\- *R: 1 r pm Scrmnii: ''Haman
Wani'i Jtumnn." Bai Mitsvah: Ablie
Sussman, d.-iughler of Mr and Mrn
Sidin-y Sussman Rntunlay a m ll.n
Mii/valij Bernard Tonp son or Mr
and MriL Kmanuel Tojiji
NER TAMID (TEW'.E). 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Conservative
Mar Mltzvah: Alan Woissmaii son oi
mid .\lrn. Roy Hellman
FT. UUDERDALE
BETH ISRAEL (TEMPLE). 847 6
Oakland Park Blvd. Rabbi Sheldor.
Edwards. Cantor Maurice Neu. 42
EMANU-EL. 3.-M5 W. Oakland Park
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Arthur J. Ab-
rams. Cantor. Jerome Klement. 4}
P0MPAN0 BEACH
SHOLOM (TEMPLE) 132 SE 11th Av.
Conservative. Habbl Morris A. Ukoo
Cantor Ernest Schreiber *t
SURFSIDE
MARGATE
MARGATE JEWISH CENTER. 6101
N.W. 9th St.
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Rabbi Tuoene Labovitx Cantor Ed. MOGAN DAVID CONGREQaT.^a.
" "*T" 'ol 93 H.rd.ng Ave, Surf.Tde T Hall Orthodox. Rabb! Isaac O Vlns
ward Klein.
MIAMI BEACH
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7301 Carlyle Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever. 17
ISRAEL (Temple) OF GREATER BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox.
Miami. 137 NE 19th Street. Reform. Rabbi Berel Wein 18
Rabbi Joseph R Narot. 10 ?, -------*-----U
> d.-i> 8:18 pm Toplt What Ll-BETS JACOB 301 Washington Ave
i earned In ran- at the !'
Talks
ISRAELITE CENTER, a'75 SW 2Sth
Orthodox Rabbi Shmaryaho T. Swir.
ky. Cantor Maurice Mamches. 19 (
29
OHEV SHALOM. /0S5 Bonlta Dr '
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber- .
man. 30
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 646
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmia*. 31 '
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1542-
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi Avrohom
Groner. 32
NORTH! AV
CENTER.
way
CANDLEUGHTING TIME
15 ADAR 6:08
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eVISTfON
v.
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VILLAGE JEWISH
1720 79th Street Cause-
North Bay Village. Conserva-
tive CansSr Carl Bender.
32-A
Thil page it prepared Hi
cooperation urith the Greater
MiJ-ni Rabbinical Association.
Coordinator of 'he feature*
appearing here it
RABBI MAXWELL BERGER
Spiritual Leader of
Temple Zomoro
Carol Coble*
BETH RAPHAEL (TEMPLE). 1548 as-atru kaiaui ocaru
Jefferson Ave. Conservative Rabbi I JewKIn MIAMI HintM
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh 20ia,DATH YESH'JRUN (TEMPLE). 1023
------- N. E. Miami Gardens Drive. Con-
BETH SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 4144 | servative. Rabbi Milton Schlinskv
Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon < Cantor Nathaniel Schub. 33
Kronish. Cantor David Conviser 21 ; BETH TORAH NE 1Mth St. at 11th
-------a------- Ave Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
BETH TFILAH. 936 Euclid Ave. Or. schitz. Cantor Jacob Renzer. 34
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov- I -------a-------
s*cv ( B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St
TION, 843 Meridian Avenue. 22-A Conservative. Rabbi Charles Rubel
March II
Vlu,,i ^J mcnann nyenw, ~ *,
BETH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGREQA-
CUBAN HEBHEW CONGREGATION.
1242 Washington Ave Orthodox.
Rabbi Dow Rozencwaig 23
Cantor Jack Lerner.
M
SINAI (TEMPLE) of NORTH DADE
18801 N.E. 22nd Avenus. Reform
Rabbi Ralph P. Kingslay. Cantor
March 14 Ch L0, 9:30 a.m. The Jewish Worship Hour
Host: Rabbi Ku^ne I^bo\-itz, Temple Ner Tamid
Ch I, 8 30 a in The First Estate
Topic: Host: Rev Luther C. Pierce
Guests Miss Blanche CsUkrway, Rev. Richard
Bailor, Father Prank Kahili.
Martih n Ch, v. m ,,.m ri. Sull Smaji Voicv
Topic Synaposium on Eccleslastes
Host: Rabbi Norman Shapiro, Temple Zion
Guests: Rabbi Samuel /.. Jaffe, Temple Beth El.
Hollywood; Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Temple
Shalom, Hollywood


ftiday, March 12, 1971
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Dade's United Fund Saves Beth David Adds
Group To Bureau's
Program Providing Meals
Judaic Program
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101
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I i Metropolitan Dade County
Board ol County Commissioners
and the Dade County United Fund
have agreed to provide matching
tun Is totaling $10,500 for allocs
tion in assure the continuation of
the senior citizen's Low-Cosl Meals
Program which was facing a March j
IS shut-down because 'if depletion
of its 11)70-71 fiscal year federal
>t. An additional $3,500 is
tided od.
riic program was implemented
|i i years ago by Senior Cen-
Inc. by means of a fedi r tl
t provided under the Older
icans Act and provides more
m 400 meals a day, five days a
locations for low-
elderly persons. S i
C !' 'i- Fur., nationally, was one
o the first private agencies lo
v< >i < in conjunction with a eo
g L-ernment tow i ds Implei nting
s r i i nv.ij' .'t.
1 Li fi lb 1970-71 '
v ar :i ant are scheduled for de
p mi m by March 15, bringing about
t s r 'I'd !' ir an additional sub-
Ay to support the program un-
2| :'i,. anta-ipated 1971-72 I -
pe: -ant confirmed on July 1
; is our judgment." said Coun-
ty M muger R. Ray Goode, "thai
the ''"'I'.'riiii deserves Interim com-
nity support while effort-; aw
Berwaj to obtain additional Kod-
funding and while other
temple Menorah'sl
Final Lecture In
Challenge Series
Ti.ni; 1!. Schindler, a popular
talkmii-tor on Radio Station
WKAi. will speak at Templi
M' I'o-ali on the subject How
Lor.j. Will I'h.' United Stati s Sup-
tiota i.N-ai'l's Cause?" al 8 p.m
Sunday. His will be the last in a
s*ri"s of icc'iiri'- sponsored on the
i#pi"- 1 tin nic "The Challenge of
the 70's."
Mi Schlinder, i L'.S pilol dur-
Woi Id War II. I dis
tine' r\ ice I i Israel when it .
feu .hi l ii ts independence. He di-
rected the "on the mound airlift"
to l-:acl which ferried vital w ir
stMJ] '.; '; im < 'zechoslovak I
Yugoslavia to the embattled Is-
rael. Hi' had p-eviouslv oraranizod
am! was president of Panama's
International Airline, another vi-
tal link in the establishment of
Israel's security, which transported
spare parts for Israel's budding
Air Foice.
Mr. Schindler, then known as
Shifty." also served as pilot in
the "Magic Carpet" operation,
which flew Yemenite Jews to Is-
rael from the Arabian desert. One
of the first flying captains for Kl
Al Israel Airlines, his activities In
supi>ort of the State of Israel have
hee-i dramatically described In
jeverd books where he i-s descrilied
.is one of the "heroes'' in Israel's
airth.
After returning to Miami. Mr
Schindler took an active Interest
in United Nations and Human
nights Organizations. He served
,,s past president of the Florida
Division of the U.N. Association,
as well as coordinator of chapter
activities in Dade County, and
tor three years was general chair-
ntati of the Kennedy Memorial
Program sponsored by the Asso-
ciation For Human Rights.
Following the lecture and a
Ijrief question and answer period,
the Sisterhood will serve refresh-
aii nts to the guests.
Annual Purim Carnival Set
I Congregation B'nai Raphael.
1401 NW 183rd St.. and its
Sisterhood will present their an-
nual Purim Carnival Saturday from
7:30 p.m. to 11:30 p.m., and Sunday
from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. There will
be games, rides, hot dogs, sodas
and snacks for all.
JVS Aids In Making
Important Decisions
yses i iting to the impact of the a new group formed at Beth
food .stamp program and the pos- DavkVCongn ;atlonhasl.....n
sible use of county .school facilities t., the Judaic Teenage Progra
ind si .ft cm be performed." the Btireau ol Jewish Educat i
1 accordiiic"t'i f^rfard fcifflert', Wif.
Cost ,,f tne service is about $7,000
per month, with $4,000 ol that
amount provided by the 50-cenl
charge p :r meal, and the remain-
ing S3.000 per month provided by
contributions. The funds provid
eau president.
The Judaic high :hool program
' imprises IT groups of over 200
teenagers, including Jewish Iden-
titj <; our' in co ip ration v ith
for 1 employees, raw food east' the YM-YWH.V B-th Toi h Con-
I Temple Menorah.
The i" lie I 'ivision of the Bur-
ui's Hi breu High S toool is sup-
ted b; S| mt of the
Ireater Miami Jew Ish Fed i
i i entire 1 lebr S 'hi iol orogra n

K t /.. !'.:. T.
1 'la tut lined I
extension of i n'. \'
i ddi t to .
:ted to jo] fill, and
and other operating expenses.
The recently appointed crvn
mission committee charged with
analyzing the problems facing thi
Low-Cost Meals Program has sug-
gested that the Florida Legisla
tut en ct me isui es which ould
-- 11a I i 'ounty and othet
Florid i omn unitii s m edin -.
In services to meet the state and
local matching share which is re-
for federal .' appro\ al
If xp insii i y funds becomi
labli the committee propos Bevon ,..,. eroU| |
to an ilyze the t'e isibility f
ins new s.-i \ joe locations in
South .Miami Beach, th
Model cities area, of the
rhi "id centers operating
'. p am, and
othc r are is within the community
The facull of the Ju laica 11
'' V
ow itz. Mrs '. \
m A Dr. P ul (' in >v er
An >n K Rabbi David Lehr-
field, M rtin I Miss Hed-
I which would provide appropriate di Martin and Rabbi Stanlej '.'
i aphical co\ erage.
w.
Jerry, a high school junior, is
interested in science but hi
isn'i sure that he wants to go to
.lVi.il-..
Sam, a hi ;li school S mior, thinks
that i.i' career ol irehitecture
would be very interesting anil
wants to find out il ml it .
Judy Is at 1 p n! >l lee
thou! liege. She
knows what ol ra'.l she
" oul i ant lo at tend but isn't i
sure v hiclt apt cific unh
would be best for her .
Han two ye rs
*eho il, ; els di i] ilnted in his
rade achievement. He thinks h
than he ha"
pen ''":n" and ant* lo d -
mon effect /ays il stud
i" .
so and mn :
pll pi h : I sue-
cossl :! us if th edu tional "'I
ling j
the J; mi .lewis': '
-'
The put pose of th is to
a I pi iple in
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in oi to explo e Ih^ir
intere s i :'- hey <
late to school and work
s, Voc it ional t '-ts frequent-
lj ai" administered. The .I\'S a
tains III rary which ei
'ination about jo
nd a wide varietj
school ana c illoge catalog
For several years the Jew -
Voc tional .-; r> ice lias pro\ idi d
set v ice to th ind 'dolt from
its main al 318 NW J
-'i nd the b anch office al I
VM-ywiiA on Tamami Tra ,
St irting i" March of this yi ar I
agency will <" p ind it- sen ices lo
include an of ice it the Norl i
Dade YM-YWHA I icate I il 169
NE 4th Ave N rth Mi imi B i
Youi
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Vocal ion il S ce c
n. Ap| foi N
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. dents ade by call
'ffie or v is
. (he Not
Dade "Y" on sdays The ..
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; Thu sd lys.
; v .'
:- of the < Ire it
::': 11 rat I 1
Cniti Dade C inty. I' -'
R chi '. cv'-.
Eugen '; in Is executl >.
d'reetot
Please reserve date and plan to attend
FLORIDA FRIENDS OF YESHIVA UNIVERSITY
HERITAGE Dlft

in honor of
CHESTER DEVENOW
President, Sheller-Globe Corp.
Board Member, Mercantile National Bank of Miami Beach
6:00 P.M.
THURSDAY. APRIL 1. 1971
at the
DEAUVILLE HOTEL
67th & Collins Avenue
Miami Beach, Florida
CHAIRMAN. LEONARD ROSEN
HONORARY CHAIRMEN, COL. JACOB ARVEY, CHARLES FRUCHTMAN
CO-CHAIRMEN
JOSEPH A. KANTER
ROBERT RUSSELL
LAWRENCE UDELL
ASSOCIATE CHAIRMEN
JAY I. KISLAK
JACK S. POPICK
JACOB RIFKIN
MRS. LEO ROBINSON
For information and reservations:
FLORIDA FRIENDS OF YESHIVA UNIVERSITY
677 N.E. 79th Street
Miami, Florida 33138
Phone: 754-8689 754-4534
PLEASE NOTE IN ORDER NOT TO CONFLICT WITH THE MT. SINAI HOSPITAL
FOUNDERS BALL OR THE CURRENT GREATER MIAMI JEWISH
FEDERATION CAMPAIGN, THIS DINNER HAS BEEN POSTPONED
FROM THE DATE PREVIOUSLY ANNOUNCED


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Jewish War Veterans Will Educate Public
Re: Japanese Firms Boycotting Of Israel
The Jewfth \\'r Veterans of the
I" S.A. has announcetl that it will
conduct an education il campaign
linsl Anjericans purchasing To-
yota and Datsun cars and patron-
izing Japan primes ,..s long
they cooperate with the Arab boy-
cott of Israeli goods and services.
In a memorandum to all Post
Commanders, signed by Depart-
ment commander Col. Maurice
W. inman of Miami Beach, the or-
ganization pointed out that nego-
tiations and discussions with the
firms in question have produce 1
no results.
Tlv< memorandum reads as
follows:
"Afl r v i il months of obscur-
ing the facts, during which Japan
Airlines insisted that it is sub-
ject to directives from the Japa-
nese Government while spokesmen
for the government maintained
that the decision was JAL's. the
matter is still stalled on dead cen-
ter with no change apparent in
regard to JAL cooperation with
the Arab boycott.
"Toyota Motor Company and
Nissan, producers of Datsun ve-
hicles, continue to dodce. stall and
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deny that they refuse to deal with
1 Israel while facts belie such as-
sertions. With a decline in sales to
I the United States market and the
i need ro make costly adjustments
| to :ii^.^-^Aie"io^sj^;y require-
ments, me Japanese auto pro-
: ducers, just as Japan Airlines, are
becoming more vulnerable to com-
petition from other manufactur-
ers and airlines.
"Cooperation with Arab i co-
1 nomic blackmail and the absi
if sound Japanese public policy to
counter so regressive a posture
leaves the J.W.V. with no alterna-
J tive but to counteract forcefully.
j consistent with the attitude ex-
pressed in American trade policy."
"The Jaoanese auto producers]
i are especially sens I to change j
in American demands for their j
products.'" Commander Weinman
pointed out. "They must learn'
that Americans do not want to
be a party t"J Arab economic
blackmail and will look to the com-
petition for products manufactured
in a more amenable atmosphen .
"We are determined," the State
I
Commander declared, "to teach j
all those who surrender to Arab
blackmail that Americans want
no part of it and will by withhold-
ing their purchase power, make
this known to those who accede
to such blackmail."
The Jewish War Veterans, the
oldest active veterans organiza-
tion in the nation, is celebrating
its 75:h anniversary this year. The
Department of Florida will be
celebrating its 25th annivers.us
during the JWV convention to be
held at the Americana Hotel the
week of June 11.
Mercury Morris Is Akiba AZA's Guest Speaker
Akiba AZA, (Chapter 351 of the lights of the Dolphin's 10Tb
B'nai B'rith Youth Organization) I son. Bob Pasekoff, advisor. ]...;.
was to hold an open masting Thors- lent Howard Landy, vice ; ...
day at 8 p.m. in Miami Palmetto dent. Richard Gilman, and
Senior High School. 7460 SW 118th Zipp, cultural chairman have
St., with Mercury'' (Eugene) Mar- ed to plan this event,
ris of the Miami Dolphins foot-
ball team a> guesl speaker. j Ruili Krotiuan Speak*
Mercury a snortowritar ', fiOr^- B^H'^'i weii-knoun ;r
his coll 'giate yean at West Texas ner endeavors to help youthful ,:
State, returned 4.) kickotfs for
1,136 yards, 25 punts for 172 yards.
rushed 23 times for 110 years, and
pirants, will speak at Mi :,
Beach Arts Club Forum Fi i lay t
8 p.m. in the Washington !' I. i
caught >i\ -asses for 65 j u It i 1234 Washington Ave. Harrj
his first Dolphin season. He will man, president of the Club, v..;
be showing i movie of the high-' preside.
Wolfson To Speak
On Penal Reform
Financier Louis E. Wolfson. who
has served IS B vice president and
honorary trustee of Temple Israel
of Greater Miami, will speak at
the Sunday morning Greenfield
Adult Institute there on "Penal
Reform and Double Standards in
America."
Based on his persona! experi-
ences, Mr. Wolfson has been de-
voting a major part of his time in
re ;ent months speaking on the
subject before bar associations and
university groups throughout the
country. The problem is of partic-
ular interest in this area because
of the recent investigations into
the conditions at Dade County's
jail and the slate prison at Raiford.
There will be a question and
answer period following Wolfson's
lecture, which is free of charge.
The general public is invited to
attend.
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Ben Novack Elected By
Betterment Association
Ben Novack, Fontainebloau Ho-
tel o>'-: it and former chairman of
the Miami Beach Tourist Develop-
nt Authority, his boon elected
in; .111 of the board of direc-
nf the Miami Beach Better-
Association.
Novack, in whose name th
Israel Histadrut Foundation is
Iniilding an out-patient clinic as
part of the South Florida Medical
Center in Beersheba, Israel, was
one of the. founders of the Better-
ment Association.
His election was announced by
Mickey Hayes, president of the
organization, which will spona
a. community-wide salute to Miami
Beach's 56th birthday .it the Fon-
ebli au Frid ty, April 2.
11 raid Schwartz, pn sidenl of a
Miami Beach public relations and
fund ra na
xecutive director ol th B
n, is a
n Bitri Ad-
|, and ed 15
'
ind Pu is Ad-
: i
The luncheon next month, v
"ili ma k the : iun I ng ol Ml im
in 1915, will have as its
theme, "The Spiril of '567' it will
launch a major effort to better
business on th" beach, to coordi-
nate promotion of the area with
all governmental and civic bodies
and to generate a new spirit of
co Deration among all segments of
the city. Mr. Novack asserted.
Hebrew Course For Teachers
A six-week (June 28 to Aug. i> I
accelerated course in conversation-
al Hebrew for teachers will bo of-
fered by the Board of Jewish Edu-
cation of Now York and the Fer-
kauf Graduate School of Yeshiva
University in cooperation with the
Department of Education and Cul-
ture of the Jewish Agency and
Uriah this year. Classes will meet
at Yeshiva University Monday
through Friday, from 9:30 a.m. to
12:30 p.m. Qualified students may
register for credit at the Ferkauf
Graduate School of Hum
and Social Sciences of Yeshiva
Univei
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Miami's Original
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fish Federation's 1971 Corn-
Jewish Appeal-Israel Enter-
L-y Fund campaign Sunday, at
Eden Roc Hotel. The affair, |
feature the noted artists.
Ih and Hayim Fershko, accord- i
[to Moe LeVin. chairman.
Anna Miller. Isidore Mishelov.
Joseph Okun, Charles Pachter,
Julius Rubinstein, Anna Samet.
Samuel Samet. Sam Schifman.
Harry Sherman. Ben Silver. Allck
Silverstein, Dora Softer, Noah
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Anna Stone,
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Jacob Barmnro. Israel's Minist-
er to the United Nations, will bo
th* i. -t speaker al the i vent.
Alao participating will be Dr. Irv-
ine I.einman, spiritual leader of
|pli Kmanu-KI. and Arthur S.
n, Fi di ration's executh e
preaidi nt.
^chairmen of the Committee In
go of arrangements are a.iron
Manny Bui stein Dora Of-
fe^tnden. Zvi Kalisky and Celia
erman.
Immittee members include
[Simon Bcnherzel, Morris Birnbaum,
Clara Burst.in, Sandra Caller. Sol
Caller, Harry Chaet, Anna Chaet,
Rosjb Cohen, William Donn, Harry
DraVman, Ben Fetell. David Freed.
EoBBard Kurinan. Charles Green-
haUf, Kadoro Hamer. Hose Kat/.
Sonto Katz. Lea Levin. Jean Lew,
CharJi i.uchtcr. Rose Luchter,
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-Jewisti ncrk/iar
Friday, March 12. 1971
Israel Newsletter
By CARL ALPERT
Some Of Those Unpredictable Israelis
Tiik (i RIOSA in daily lit.- here help relieve ten-
sion, .mil remind us thnt we are n unique and
often unpredictable people. I dip into my bottomless
drawer and tome up with the fol-
lowing:
Nature Can't Be Outdone. A
group of artist.s eonceived the idea
oi taping 'he sound of a waterfall
md of gently-running water, and
then playing these tapes through
a mile and a half stretch of forest
near Jerusalem. Opening day was
failure: torrential rains drowned
out the sounds of the tape.
Maybe He Has a Hunch. A motorist whose car
was stolon advertised in the press seeking aid in
locating it. Tho ad was addressed in big letters to
"Young Deteetlves," and offered a prize of a bicycle
lor help in recovering his machine.
Domes)ie l'rolleni. From a letter to an "Ad-
vice" column in a Hebrew paper: "My husband la a
Sephardl; I am an Ashkenazi from Poland. Our son
will he Bar Mitzvah next year. My problem is:
should the ceremony Iv Scphardi or Ashkena/i"
Chana Bavli's reply: "The husband usually chooses.
This would be a small concession by the wife, one of
those concessions on which peace is based."
Demand For Kqtial Rights. Noam Nader com-
plains in the press of discrimination against a class
of citizens in Tel Aviv. The city gardeners do not
prune trees along the public sidewalks high enough,
so that tall persons make their way only with diffi-
culty. This is a violation of their civic rights in favor
of shorter [H-i-sons. hi' says.
Ingenuity. When Golda Meir toured the wards
of the Josephthal Hospital in Kilat she a>kod one
man in bed what his ailment was. "None." he said,
and poii|x>d out from under the sheets, fully dressed.
It was Yona, the hospital gardener, who just wanted
to make sure that he mei the Prime Minister.
Coutrlbatton Not Tw Deductible. Murdoch;,
Arbi'l. of the Israel Foreign .Ministry, reports tha'
on his recent arrival in New York he was engage
in conversation by his Jewish cab driver who wai
happy to have an Israel: passenger. When Art*
asked lo In' taken to the Dixieland Hotel the driver
demurred and suggested tha' the Waldorf Astork
would be much more proper. Arbel explained Israel's
budgetary problems, with the result that on arrival
at the Dixieland the driver refused to take the pre-
ferred fare. "Call it my modest contribution toward
meeting Israel's deficit." he said.
Another (ailing. An Israeli youth emissary
visiting it" a synagogue in the United -States was
approached by the Gabbai who wanted to call him up
t.i the Torah, and asked- How do I call you?" The
ignorant and flustered Israeli paused for a moment
md then g ivo the man his telephone number!
Jewish Organizations:
By BEN 6. FRANK
Capital Spotlight: By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
Zionist Membership Campaign Free Universities'
JL M TDK AMERK A.N ZIONIST FEDERATION is about to
embark on a massive membership campaign. The Fed-
eration, which now includes in its membership the exist-
ing 13 adult Zionist groups and 10 Zionist youth groups,
for an overall membership Of 700.000 persons who are
.utom.itically members of the Federation, wants to in-
800K REVIEW By Seymour B. liebrrwin
Some Recent Fiction
BOOKS ABOUT JEWS and or Israel continue to
hold prominent places on publishers lists; three
recent ones share the trait of being very readable.
The first is a collection of short
stories, And Then Came Man. by
li Shavlnsky (Masscf Israel
hin : Housi $5i. Since no
. redl it to a translator, we
that the author, an ls-
> bi-lin :'i.il We note this
ivith i several iblica-
n Israel within the past
tr nsli te I by 1--
raolis whose command ol English has never b
shed by ecu ; us, ge
ivinsky has b v gorous and distinctive style.
His stories i iptui tome of the exotic phases of life
and peoples ol Israel, He irtrays not only the
physical aspects of life of the Bedouin but also pro-
vides insights to so their motivation forces.
Some "i his accounts n legends and maj have
been drawn from Aggada. These and other stories all
add to the amhi rice ol a book which exudes the
warmth and affection r>l a story-teller who breathes
life into his subjects,
The Twisted Wire \<\ Rlch-trd Falkirk l-Double-
daj \ Co., f5.95i i- r short novel of intrigue which
takes place in Israel. The dramatis personae In-
cludes a British geologist, who has come to leru-
s.ilem to deliver a paper at an international (in-
vention of geologists and three secret agents, one
from the I'.S.A.. one from Ihe Russian K.G.B., and
an Israeli a fomme fatale in the Israeli manner
and the protagonist of s.-\ and romance. There is
suspense, action and subtle pro-Israel propaganda.
The author's name is a (fssudonym; we surmise
that his real name iv Meyer Levin. He knows the
country and the people well enough to give excel-
lent descriptions, bill there are some slight errors
thai betraj the author. He should know thai 11-
plural of kibbutz is kihl.iit/.ini and that the Hal
Arab bread is pita without an "e."
.1 ick Ansel] h woven a readable story in the
Shermans of Manners ill.- (Arbor House. >'>.''")' The
authoi was re ired in Louisiana and he evidences an
understanding of the region where the story takes
place and the relationships among Jews, Christians,
and Blacks of the area The Shermans are Jewish
but peripheral With respect to religion. There are
some glimpses of a kind of Reform Judaism in the
deep South. He includes reference to B'nal B'rith
and interfaith "understandings." However the an-
ther ,ipp< an to be more concerned with the pace of
his story and with being in "the modern mode"
i.e.. use of four letter obscenities and descriptions of
copulation than in adding a dimension to the
reader's understanding of a changfng-ryituation. The
same story could be told if the*Shermans had been
I family from the North but then the book might
have appealed only to the prurient.
-.'.,.'. i- r <:. r .: < -i
crease its ranks from TL'0.000 to one million either by en-
rolling American Jews not now affiliated with the Zionist
movement directly into the Federation, or by encouraging
their affiliation through ihe existing national organiza-
tions.
Rabbi Israel Miller, president if the Zionist Federa-
tion, .-aid it afforded American Jews "an opportunity to
identify themselves with Zionism rather than simply de-
claring themselves :.s nomin;d friends of Israel."'
It is a tradition that every year organizations have
membership drives and go out and recruit members, but
this year, Zionist groups are doing it up big. Herman I..
Weisman. president of the Zionist Organization of Amer-
ica, and Mrs. Faye Schenk, president of Hadassah. re-
port their organizations have undertaken major member-
ship drives. "Put your name on the line for Israel," says
one organization. Another sends out brochures to sympa-
thetic, ideological followers, still another has assigned
quotas to each unit to double their membership. Bonus
gifts arc offered In the form of free subscriptions. Poale
Zion even brought iis own shaliach, David Breslau, asso-
ciate director of Hillel Foundation in Jerusalem, and sent
him on a sp iking tout to start Poale Zion's campaign,
Leo Dlesendruck, president ol Poale Zion.
vid in i!i... mpaign the Religious Zioni ts ol America
lav, unched a mass drivi 'to unifj Torah Jewrj
the banner ol Mizrachi-Hanoel Hamizrachi," according I
R ibi Bernard A. Poupko, the group's president,
The youth, too, are Involved Youth Mobilization for
Israel, which consists ol Jewish youth groups, is runn
i large registration drive aimed at tho forthcoming Con-
gress !i ctions .bill > M las, the n itional coordinator, re-
ported that l'i seminars are being lie 1(1 for the entire na-
tion; mailings are being Zionist folk heroes is being planm d,
The elections hold a great deal of interest. Several
Zionist leaders favor democratic elections, Jacques
Torczynoi. chairman of the national board ol the Amer-
ican Zionist Federation, is one ol them. 'There must be
real democratic election- and no', face-saving methods
which w.re not honest and which were not representative
oi the true strength of the groups." he said. Mr. Torczy-
ni'i". a past president of til Zionist Org mization ol Amer-
ica, and now chairman of its Administrative Board, added,
'The election should be an opportunity to present each
political point of view b for,, the total Zionist membei shl|
even by using ihv mass media."
Jest how ihe eke:ion will be held has not been work-
edout yet. But Rabbi Miller has appointed a special com-
mittee to come up with the practical plans, And it could
very well lie that Zion-is all over the nation could go to
their neighborhood Jewish center or synagogue, and cast
their voU and place :: in a ballot box as oro does in a
local election. Or the) could receive a mail ballot, for Im-
mediate peturn to a central vote-counting headquarters.
Depending on thV* community, the committee might de-
cide on a combination of both mail and "live" po
place.

, At stake :n the U.S. election- to the World Zionist
Cor.gre-s are 145 delegates OUt Of a total of 500. Several
Zionist leaders envision public debates between represen-
tatives of various organizations Many believe this would
!>< a healthy development for the Zionist movement; it
would show that "there is diversity within unity."
Others see the voting contests as an opportunity to
expound their ideology to Zionists of other persuasions
As one Zionist leader opined: "Too often we talk to our-
selves, our own group. Now each can confront the other
in debate and discuss issues in up-to-date terms."
.\MrMS PROGRAMS FOR Jewish learning on
the style ol the "Free University" suddenly have
blossomed Twelve years ago there was only one
at the University of Michigan which now. with
about 1(>0 students taking 26 courses is regarded as
the largest and mast formally structured.
Last year, these unique programs were active
at 13 universities: this spring, eight more universi-
ties will join the list.
"Free universities" are described in a report to
the B'nal B'rith Hillel Foundations as a "new
approach to informal Jewish education." "Consider-
ing that this is an extra-curricular activity without
credit, the program is having a good start." says
Rabin Samuel ''. Fishman, B'nal B'rith director of
ten el and Community Affairs.
A report in January to Hillel's Board by Dr.
Alfred Jospe, Hillel's Director of Programs and
Resources, discussing the philosophy and objectives
ol thi "f..... ii ties," | lints out that most pro-
grams are based on thiee fundamental assumptions
First, the student is it the center of the decis-
ion-making process; the students themselves are .\
-;> nsil ility i >i their educat >i
tnd to deteri v I I stud) and how, whi
. whom.
v: I r"i e Ui ersities gener ill)
pi mi ses, outside tho entiorvii,
univ lum.
i'!i Ihe J 'w sh I tciilty sei ws as a m
"In this regard,' ihe repu I )s, "a Jew ish profes-
nistry, economics ir political science who
i- i i i ich ;: c urse in Yiddish, Jewish
literature or Jewish though! can become an im-
|>i ssivi '. instilling thai high Intel-
ieetu 1 standards and I Wish literac) and commit
merit are not mutually exclusive."
'Formats a\u\ content of the courses diffei
lusly," Dr. Jospe says. Some courses are set
up in the usui ; classroom manner with an instruc-
tor who leaches and students who listen and tak<
i.oie- Other courses rely less on books and lectures
and emphasize the use ol films, tapes, video re-
sources, person-to-person encounters etc. Some re-
quire homework: others do not require any prepa-
rat h
"The COUrsi content too varies from situation
to situation." he says. "But In most cases eouraes
re i cpected i" have relevance to Jewish thought
and life."
Dr. Jospe found SOm universities offer a fill"
semester course; some concentrate on the summer
i I m; still others compress their offerings Into
weekend Institution. "Some courses actually consist
ol lust one or two session: and hardly deserve their
title even though the discussions during these two
essions can be fruitful," he says.
In regard to finances, some universities are
rtpletely "free" in terms of tuition and fees but
in many cases the students pay a nominal sum to
help covi r administrative costs.
Man) classes are taught by regular university
faculty members while some are led by students
themselves. Where Hillel Foundations exist, the
local Hillel director initially functions as a key
instructor.
Tho Free University type approach to offering
Jewish education "is not really new at all." Dr.
Jospe points out. Programs of student-initiated
studies emerged as early as the beginning of this
century with the founding of the first Jewish stu-
dent societies, and especially the formation of the
Menorah Societies whose principal objectives were
the study of Jewish life, culture and problems."


cfa 12. 1971
fJewisit fkrldlan
Page 15-A
letters to the editor
i rabbinate is well represented on, Rabbinical Association of Greati
i.iai Doard. But, apparently that! Miami to exercise an influence
to not their intent. To all thinking I partisan politics, would be i
lii Jewish Floridiun:
Fehier"*' replj to my
|>, 4 does not serve to
rue iii print.
. intention was, ai I
i igr im talk
j- or not, Ineiti s anti-
.s icist, v lolently ant i-
c. i censorship on the
i i e i i i wed.
L4Z
sop
tiiiu. d From Page 4-A
11 n the results of the
... s< jsmenl to the
l;n high command. With
n it ag nent, the Egyp-
nd jusi been conducting
public exercises with
lew, S >\ lei supplied canal-
! pmont. So whal the
an high command now
[must have been distinct i>
(able. There were three
lints .n the So\ iet military
ST, it was stated tc) be
policy to help the E
; i i .. jting terri-
from Israeli incursions; but
) ypti ms were warm d they
no longer hope for So\ lei
, any attack on the
ond. this automatically
out the large scale eanal-
fo'lowi d by a gre tl
i for Sinai, that had been
sible preparation for nearly
Imonths. Without the most
c Soviet support, such an
w is unthinkable
riiiui>. and finally, the Soviet
iitary even warned the E ryp
military against any resump-
i of the "war ol attrition."
I:. > pt ans were bluntly told
it thej were not even strong
|ough to resume the war of
trition without active Soviet
|pnort. And there would be
Soviet support for a resumed
;ir Ol ttr tion despite th.
it the Soviets bad undoubt-
ly supported it before the
sse-fire, In Gamal Abdel Nas-
ii'- time.
In addition, it is known thai
Pod irnj ui \ I the
;> pi; ii s to accept a six-
'oi.t'-s' extension of the ceas -
fli th- ear I. Here b
Wa resisted, ho,ve\"r. >r
,bi >nl >
tot Cairo. Officially, the octend d
cea .' in l.u't expires on
M
jIT <\\ H1-- -een. then, why
tfe re is litile disquiel ab "it th
A'".'''r of tl fire's noil-
Blew il the briel time
left I nu out. Yet. this
is r as '. of the
tea''1 i r >ntr d devel-
op;' !" i And this major and <>>-
tra' development is simply the
rt'"'r .-.' nipt Soviet retreil
the very brink of a Middle
Item military adventure of
gravest and most terrible
rd
Tliere can be no doubt at all
that such an adventure was be-
ing seriously considered in Mos-
cow although it cannot have
been finally decided upon for
manv months on end. The prep-
arations going forward, almost
from the liepinning of 1970. spoke
10 times louder than the menda-
cious denials of Soviet diplomats.
IS NOTED in a previous re-
in this soace. the Israeli
ellieenee Services give a gen-
us share of the cmdit for the
ft in Soviet Middle Eastern
fey to the boldness and cour-
Prestdent Nixon has shown
[the other side of the world.
ietnam, in fact. It remains
Ihp seen, however, whether
ertcan diDlomacv will make
hash of the much changed,
I more hopeful Middle Eastern
t1on.
In Supporting this contention, I
quoted one ol our great liberal
jurists, Supreme Court JustiCi
Wendell H ilmes, who said thai il
knowingly provokes a panic
in a theatre by shouting "Fi e"
wh( -i there is no fire, that p -i in
shoul I be t before a court.
ecuted and si nl to prison.
Mr v enacti ,
- hi.' ti i- -. if you pie ise, to i.
i i ear constitution, ear way ol
life to protect the rights of all its
ns includim Jewish, B
ind atheists
Tiie crux of tl itti r is why
I usi d hi tet m 'liberal cliches '
As realists, v e must evaluate the
tionsh : in es th I xisl .
I \.
S r, ho Is c ';-
sidered one ol the gre its in |
nalj -- i "The R se and Fall
if the Th rd !! b. co nm n
lly lhat be i- ere itly d I
: hi :.....if i iscist sent iments
- c mntry.
I il in demands a double
:ourse of action. First, an e tnes
Lo this dang t; im of ac-
tion through rad o, tele\ ision and
ii i -s. n I y other vehicle of
tment. We m tsl acquaint
and make the pub: -ms of
- >ril Si e ind, the ul llization
"f all 'u gal pn to stifle and
ij the fascist cancer in our
> today.
M 1" Iner chides me for ov
mplil ic ttion of the socio-i momic
conditions, which made Germany
ripe for Nazism. Of course, my
a >'l too brief. Con-
- i that a letter writer must
" e hi space. I plead guilty.
Vllo mi to celt n ate the theme
in my previous letti
The causes for the rise of Hit-
lerlsm arose from the economic
i si :ation which developed as a
result of the flrsl World War. Now
1 repeat. If the above steps had
been taken in Germany, by those
wi-o wanted to maintain a demo-
cratic w iv of life, Hitler very
likely would not have been able
to take power.
Inner political conflicts
within the democratic elements.
pi is the fact that the Social '
ocr itic party of Germany, am thi
Communist party, could not unite
on the issue of a c immon fro I
l ihe aci ol Hitl
is thi us ol sul perb den.
u | Hitler's iei I polit cal tim-
served to .'-<- thrust
in ition.
I a->i so thai n ither Edward
r tl :i of this let-
-' di i-
logue and education, but we must
also utilize all processes of law to
.y the f sclsl d inger in our
try.
HERMAN BHRLICH
North Miami Beach
EDITOR, The Jewish Florid tan:
I note in your Feb. 19 issue, an
item on Page 13-A headlined "Rab-
bi Winograd to Serve as Liaison,"
which reads:
Rabbi Elliot Winograd of
Temple Israel, Miramar. has
accepted an appointment to
act as liaison between South
Florida's Jewish community
(from Palm Beach to the
Keys) and the state govern-
ment in Tallahassee. He will
make monthly reports to Gov-
ernor Askew, in behalf of the
Greater Miami Rabbinical As-
sociation and the Jewish com-
munities of Southeast Flor-
ida."
I am very apprehensive of its
implication. This is an apparent
attempt or the part of the clergy
to get a wedge into partisan poli-
people, their new venture repre-
sents a desire on the part of the
He rgy to exercise an influence in-
directly on partisian politics which
they would not daie osp >us i
openly.
ties In the state of Florida and.
if permittee) to, proeaacL would be
grasped by other rabbinical asso-
ciations in the United states.
There seems to be no end on the
part of clergy in their attempt to
i i .. le the principle of se| a
Ol slat,' and church.
Fi -'i>. I would like to call at-
>n lo the facl th it the r
who decided lo become the official
itives of Jewish inl
ol l ire itei Mi imi, speak n
nithoritj I v. old I challengi th
t i show thai their respective c in-
lioi them or
iv t hem to sp ak for
them on politic il matters.
The existenc of such, preten-
sions on ili" | irt of the rabbinate
is (let. to the welfi
our citizenry of the Jewish faith.
We, as Jews, have no particular
or uniqu interest in the adminis-
tration ol Florid i State affairs,
except tizens of the State,
qually w ith all other c tizi i
II < of ethnic oi igin or re-
ligious aft.Tition.
Occasions might arse when cer-
' Stal m ght be adversely
construed against thi' Jewish com-
munity and for that purpose, wi
nave n active Community Public
Relations Board operating under
the auspices f the Greater
re a ish Fedei ition thai n pres 'nts
the Jewish community, and the
si nte I and objected to it under-
stood by our people: I hope th.
the Rabbinical Association will
give this matter a second though
I desist it hat activity.
This attempt on the part ol the
LEON
Miami
.;. Ei.r,
tafe
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*frt Miami, Florida Friday, March 12, 1971
Section B
Israelis Unperturbed By
Cease-Fire's Expiration
JERUSALEM UTAI Israelis
appeared unperturbed by the ex-
piration of the seven months-old
cease-fire this week. The faet
that there has boon no resump-
tion of the shoot inn in the Suez
contributed to the air of equa-
nimity, of course, but they were
busy preparing for Purim festiv-
ities, and the only evidence of
their awan ness of heightened
tension was the eagerness with
which they listened to hourly
news bulletins.
In view of the fact that tem-
porary arrangements frequently
become more and more perma-
nent with the passage of time,
the Israelis were not heaping
sandbags or blacking out street
lights. They reason that the
choice between peace and re-
newed warfare now rests with
the Egyptians and they wouldn't
deliberately provoke another
fight they would be sure to lose.
Troops manning the Bar-Lev
Soviet Dentist Detained,
Plane leaves With luggage
LONDON tJTAt A Soviet
Jewish dentist and his family
who had booked a flight to Is-
rael via Vienna, were detained
by Russian officials at flight
time and the plane departed
without them. Their luggage, in-
cluding the baby's perambulator.
went with it.
Dr. Gregory Katz. a 30-ycar-
old Muscovite who speaks Yid-
dish as well as Russian, his wife
and 18-month-old son had no
intention of visiting London, but
after they were stranded with-
out their belongings due to So-
viet red tape, friends took up a
collection and bought tickets for
the next flight, which was en-
route to Heathrow Airport.
line along the Suez Canal have
been on the alert for several
days. They have resumed wear-
ing helmets and flack jackets,
but they api>oar supremely con-
fident that they could withstand
the Soviet artillery and missiles
massed on the Egyptian side and
destroy them should the war be
resumed.
Precautions are being taker,
to avoid any accidental escala-
tion of hostilities. Overflights by
Egyptian reconnaissance planes
are recorded and reported to the
U.N. truce supervisors. Anti-
aircraft gunners track them, but
leave them unmolested, although
they are described as "sitting
ducks."
What seems to bother the Is-
raeli troops most are the Egyp-
tian propaganda broadcasts car-
ried across the canal by loud-
speaker, it was reported. The
bad Hebrew irritates them more
than the content, however.

Federation. JFCS Reviewing Needs
Of Jewish Welfare Grant Recipient
The Greater Miami Jewish Federation, in cooperation with
the Jewish Family and Children's Service, has undertaken a 90-
day pilot program designed to review the need of augmenting
public welfare grants to needy Jews in Greater Miami, according
to Robert P. Forman. executive director.
It is an established iact that many Jewish persons on public
welfare are unable to maintain even a subsistence level of living:
the Federation recognizes its responsibility in this area. Mr.
forman said.
The JFCS, under the direction of Leon Fisher, has boon con-
i tcting various men's clubs and other private high-rise groups in
immunity in ordi t to assess the actual needs of public wel-
fare 1 Mr. Forman said, noting that since the Federa-
tion does not have unlimited funds for this project, the JFCS
will screen applicants for these gupplimental grants.
The state of Florida ranks among the lowest of all 50 states
in most of its categorical aid programs, Mr. Forman explained.
It is hoped that the major community organizations, such as
United Fund and other religious groups, as well as Federation,
can join forces to convince the State Legislature of the need to
upgrade public welfare grants. Many of these are now so low, he
added, that it is impossible for the recipients to maintain a decent
standard of living.

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1*9 Mint 5.1. $4 2 5
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the largest distributor of Israeli
Government coins in the United
States and the sole distributor in
Dode County, now has the Official
Israeli Mint Set 1971 available
for sale.
These specially struck, highly pol-
ished coins come in a plastic case
for protection and display, or in
a wallet style folder.
This year, for the first time, the
coins will bear a mintmark. the
six-pointed Star of David. Included
with each mint set will be descrip-
tions and photos of the ancient
Jewish coins which inspired the
design of Israel's modern money.
The price of the Official Israeli
Mint Sets is $4.25 each and $3.75
for the wollet folders (price in-
cludes tax and handling charge,-
limit two sets per buyer). The
Corner Bank Is also making avail-
able the 1 969 and I 970 mint sets
(which, of course, have increased
in value since their issuel for
the some $4.25 price. (Additional
charge for mailing25< per set.)
CARNER BANK OF MIAMI BEACH
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At a recent breakfast meeting, the residents of Treasure
House South, Treasure House North and Treasure Point in-
creased their contributions to the Combined Jewish Appea'.-
Israel Emergency Fund campaign of the Greater Miarr.i
Jewish Federation. Abe Fogelman, (left) was a cochairmar.
cf the event; Leon J. Ell was guest speaker, and Morris Uris:
and Gersh Moss were also cochairmen.
Reagan Anti-Semitic,
Black Leader Charges
OAKLAND. Calif., (JTA1
Gov. Ronald Reagan's dismissal
of three Jewish chaplains, the
entire complement ministering
on a full time basis to patients
of that faith in California's 14
mental hospital's, is a "blatant
act of anti-Semitism." accord-
ing to Percy Moore, executive
director of Oakland's anti-pov-
erty program and the president
of the California Community Ac-
tion Program Directors Associa-
tion, a state-wide organization
composed of anti-poverty leaders.
Moore, who is black, said that
the elimination of all three Jew-
ish chanlains. effective Julv 1,
while some :v\ Catholic and Pi I -
estanl chaplains are retained -
"a blatant act of anti-Semitism
that is right in line with otl-
recent acts of the Governor that
riminate against the p ..-
and the sick, and with spec
impact of those of the minori /
groups."
The other acts Moore refer i
to wore the Governor's veto last
week of funding for the 0 -
land anti-poverty prograiu,
which last year benefitted bo i
41.000 of the city's poor, and his
veto in January of the Califor-
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Friday, March 12, 197J
Construction Under Way On
Douglas Gardens Complex
Temple Beth Tov Event To Benefit Torah Fund
Proceeds of Temple Beth Toy's .and a musical program featurlj
p.m. Monday Torah fund Party Israeli. Hebrew ai*i English -i.,.l
Construction has begun on a
new Mi-dic.il Rehabilitative Com-
plex at the Douglas Gardens Jew-
ish Home for the Aged it Greater
Miami. The recent ground-breaking
ceremony marked another mile-
stone in the proud history and
growth of the Home, which will
celebrate its Silver Anniversary
April .'4 with < gala dinner-dance
: Plaj boj Plaza Hotel.
Architectural plans and specifi-
cations have been completed,
wh 1 in eslimate 1 $400,-
t 1 include a n< v "Paul
R. m I Hatt; S. G >r l in Medi :al
(' 1. tunded bj the
I iarj," 1!:.- 11
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Sil her ipy Cen-
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1 nter," covi
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will eal ly exp n I the
1 led nine yeai
I [ollywo id Auxill iry
will iff >r the mo cility for our residents, as wi II
for the future exp insi in of the
1' me Clinics will provide m
eal specialists in every area in-
c 1 iphth ilrnology, cardiolo rj
- ur ilo ,y. podiatry and
psychiatry.
Tlv. new facility will have four
m ir and four minor examina-
ti '.'i and consultation rooms, a
I'm rim Girnival Sunday
Temple Beth Sholom will conduct
il- innual Purim Carnival Sunday
from 12:30 to 4 p.m. The gala
event for the benefit of the chil-
dren of its Religious School will
feature games, rides, Purim re-
freshment*! contests, costumes and
prizes It is being held under the
auspices of the temple's Sister-
hood Parent Council with Mrs.
Michael Albin serving as chair-
man.
Pinski Club Celebrates
The David Pii.ski Culture Club
will celebrate Purim during its
8 p.m. Friday Oneg Shabbos at the
Ida M. Fisher Junior High School
Cafeteria, 1420 Drexel Ave.. Miami
1>i ach, The holiday program will
include a talk on Purim's histor-
ic ..1 significance by L. Lasavin, a
presentation by humorist Fishl
Nashkin. and Yiddish and Hebrew
songs by folk-singer Hilda Zuker
and Paul Yanowski, mandoliilist.
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tory and a" combined orthopedic,
podiatry, dentist service area. For
the first time, the Home will es-
tablish a dental chair to provide
all necessary denial services to
its residents.
The Physic,i Therapy Center
will represent the most modern
and complete complex in the South.
it will be staffed by a registered,
mally trained therapist,
o sis t ants tnd a transporta-
tion o di i ly. More than 35 resi-
ts v ill be treated daily in at
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to engage in more than 20 different
arts and crafts activities. The
mom will !> bright and cheerful
providing "the best me In
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Fronting the entire complex on
N.K. Second Avenue will be the
Chareowsky Plaza, a showplaoo
memorial to Charles Chareowsky,
whose name will always lie asso-
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Plaza and garden.
The Plaza will include a garden
with benches where the residents
can sit in comfort and admire the
beauty of Hie surrounding shade
trees. palms. shrubbery and
flowers.
sponsored bv the Sisterhood will lions by i amor Seymour HlnfeJ
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M -__i ishNo on the nL'et.da. Mi.s M,|,i,.Ml
rabbis at the Theological Semi- ^^ |),,,si(ll.!i. of th Njl
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Mark Soroko To Receive
National Award March 28
Mark D. Soroko of Bal Harbour
and N v. York City will receive the
highest iiation il award of the
American Bed Mogen Dovid for
Israel March 28 ut dedication cer-
emonies for .1 new ambulance to
Israel. The Sunday morning pro-
gram Is slated to take place out-
side of the Harbour House apart-
ment 1 o.pVx in Hal Harbour.
Students At Hillel
Presenting P.T.A.
P
iin 111
Program
Residents of Harbour House
South and Harbour House North
will present their third ambulance
in li'ss than two years to Ben Saxe
Of New York City, national execu-
tive director of the American Red
Mogen Dovid for Israel. Saxe in
turn will present the coveted Help-
ing Hand trophy to Mr. Soroko,
representing all of the tenants and
contributors.
Mr. Soroko. senior vice president
of Revlon, Inc., has played key ]
leadership roles nationally and in
New York for the United Jewish
Appeal, State of Israel Bonds, City |
of Hope and the American Re<
Mogen Dm Id,
Jade Winds, Mar-Len
Chapters To Meet
Jade Winds Chapter of Ameri-
can Jewish Congress will mark the
holiday of Purim at its Wednesday
noon meeting in the Washington
Federal Auditorium. 699 NF. 167th
St.. North Miami Beach, according
to Mrs. Samuel Cantor. A card
party and cake sale will follow
the general meeting.
Mrs. Joshua Susnoft. president
thai a regular meeting wil be held
in the Hobby Room of Mar-Len
Gardens. 16801 NE 13th Aw., at
1 p.m. Thursday, March 18.
Civil Service Chapter MeetS I March 21. in the Washington Fed-
_, ,.. .. ._ leral at 1133 Normandv Dr.. ac-
1 he Miami Chapter of the Na-
tional Jewish Civil Service Km- I cording to an announcement made
ployees will meet at 1 p.m. Sunday, by Herb Goidhagen. vice president.
Hillel Community Day School
student- :!1 entertain their par-
ents ;'i Wednesday's 7:30 p.m. I
P.T.A. mating in the school audi-
torium, i
f
Tlii graders, under the di-
l eel ion ol their teacher. Mrs. Yalta
Teschi r Mill pres nt a Purim play-1
lei in Hrbrew with songs and
dances. i >1 choir will ren-
der ns of Israeli melod s
and P i songs, Mrs. Me'vyn
Druckc P.T.A. president, an-
noum
Con-.:. i"i orts will be i i
bj vey Baxter, fund-r us-
ing '. Mrs. Kenneth
i neni Tag 1 >ay c ch lirman,
and M Arthur Winton. Thrift
. in. Traditi >nal Purim
treat!: i other refreshmt nta will
1h- si rvi n by the P.T.A.
The ihers "i Hillel students
will sp or a continent l brunch
a!:.! hold : iowelrv houti'i'le Th irs-
day. March is. al 10 a.m. In the
home of Mr, and Mrs. Don Silo
mon. 4f20 Jefrerson St.. Holly-
wood Mn
vey Baxl chairman of the com-
mittee is taking telephone reser-
vations.
Under his leadership, volunteer I
workers in the twin high-rise
buildings hive set the pace in a
Dade County campaign which has
given the Magen David Adorn,
[srael's official Red Cross service,
19 ambulances since the Six-Day
War,
Mr. Snxe, who will arrive In Mi-
ami Beach m xt week to c
nate the dedication ceremo
recently assumed the chief ex
five posit! in In the American Red
Mogen Dovid for Lsrai 1. He works
closelj with Congressman Emanu-
el Ciller ol New York, nal n il
chairman.
Rabbi Sol I andau, president of |
the Rabl inlcal Association of
Greater Miami, recently was elec-
ted the first president of the or-
" '-it: in in Dade Count} S miuel
Reinhard of Miami Beach is Flor-
ida state chairman.
Murray Shaw, past president of
Temple Ner Tamid and a leader !n
tin Israel Bonds Organization, has
Drucker said. Mrs. Har-j worked closely with Mr. Soroko
and a large committee to secure
fund- for th three ambulances.
R sklents ol Harbour House also
have contributed record sums to
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
ratii in's 1971 Combined J> w ish
Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund
campaign. They postponed their
fund-raising efforts for the Am
ican Red Mogen Dovid for Israel to
i rmil complete priority for the
CJA-IEF effort in the more than
800 apartments which comprise
the luxury complex,
B.B.W. 'Nite OF Nites'
Ui i hapters comprising the
r. in ,th Women's Council of
Mia nl h will hold the annual
Nile ( Nites" i vi nt in the Al-
gii rs H at H p.m. Tuesday. Lee
Barry the man of song" will
. niei t.-i membership trophies
,i ill ix ; st nti d. The presidents
i ,, h :mter are taking reser-
vations, Mrs. P. Woln* r, Council
i has announced.
Enjoying the opaning-night benefit banquet and show at the
Deauville Hotel featuring Sammy Davis, Jr., are Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Yawitt (left) and Dr. and Mrs. Leonard Steiner.
Proceeds of the annual black-tie event sponsored by the
women cf Suburban League are used to care for cancer
patients at Variety Children's Hospital.
The Family of the Late
DAVID COHEN
Wish to acknowledge with sincere thanks
the kind expressions of sympathy received
during the kind expressions of sympathy received
during their recent bereavement.
MRS. MARY E. COHEN and CHILDREN
Dr. and Mrs. Leonard Hymes Mr. and Mrs. Harry Goodelman
Mrs. Arlene (Rusty) Carle
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Friday, March 12. 1971
Harry Blum Receiving
Special Award At Ball
Harry Blum, Miami Roach and' chairman reported. A Special play-
ChioagO community loader, will re- let will be presented by students
ceive a special award from the of the Lehrman Day School under
1 the direction of Mrs. Trixie Levin,
drama director of Temple Kmanu-
El. Strolling violinists and a so-
ciety orchestVa will provide con-
tinuous music. Cocktails at 7 p.m.
will precede the gourmet dinner
to be sen ed at 8:30 p.m.
Stephen Muss and Irving Cow-
an are honorary chairmen of the
event, which will provide full or
partial scholarships for a ma-
jority <>f the more than 200 sui-
ts of the Lehrman Day
Associate chairmen for the Sat-
urday night are Samuel
J. Halperin, l Mishcon, M
i- !> Resnick and Lt onard Zilb I
Larry Aberman is arran
chairman, with Mrs. Al Podvin
hostess chairman, Mrs. Ted li
decorations chairman and Mis.
Bernard Kaplan reception chair-
man.
Manning the telephones in Rabbi Irving Lehrma:i's study
for a telephone campaign to enroll scholarship patrons
for Saturday night's Scholarship Ball of the Lehrman Day
School are leaders of the annual black tie ririr.er-dance
function to be held in the Friedland Ballroom of Temple
Emanu-El, Barton S. Goldberg, (leif vice chairman; Robert
L. Blum, general chairman; Larry Aberman, and Bernard
Nemeroff, vice chairmen.
Yanit'h To Speak On
Jewry In Soviet Rn-ii
The Junior Auxiliary of D
las Gardens Uewtah Home |
\ i. will hold a luncheon m .
Cuesdaj noon in the Hai
House South dining room
Yanich, executive director ol titt
Southeastern Region of A i
Jewish Congress, will sp
-.lewrv in Soviet Russia."
Mrs. Jay Reohtsehafter.
dCrlt *>! the Auxiliary will pfi .*
.\(i\ nice resen itiona tr iv :-
bj pht ning Audrey Edrick I
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Dr. Andron Supervising
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SAMUEL N. FRIEDLAND
Li hrman Day School of Temple
anu-E] Saturday night during;
the school's annual Scholarship
Ball in the Friedland Ballroom.
Robert L. Blum, general chairman
of the Scholarship Ball, and Sam-
uel N. Friedland, chairman of the
board of Temple Emanu-Kl, have
announced.
Dr. Irving Lehrman. rabbi of
the synagogue for the past 28
y< trs in whose honor the school
was named, will make the pres-
entation to Mr. Blum, a retired
industrialist and philanthropist
who has established multiple schol-
ships at the Lehrman Day
School.
Mr. Blum, the former chairman
of the board of the James R. Be Ml
Distilling Co., is a major benefac-
tor of Mount Sinai Hospital in
Miami Beach and also the Weiss
Memorial, Columbus Memorial,
Mercy and Michael Reese hos-
ts in Chicago. The Maribel
Blum Nuclear Medical Research
Building al Mount Sinai is n I
ionor of his wife.
The black tie dinner-dar.ee will
brate the 13th anniversary ol
the founding of the Lehrman Day
School, largest Conservative He-
brew Day School in the Southe (St-
ern United States.
Joseph Cohen, immediate past
president of the synagogue, will be
honored on this occasion for faith-
ful and dedicated service to the
school and to the overall cause of
Jewish education. Ho is a past
t sidont of the Bureau of Jewish
Education of Greater Miami.
The entire emphasis of the ,-
ring will be on entertainment,
music and dancing, the ball's
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you'll only be minutes away from
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And right in the hotel there's a
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The Sne'alon-Te! Av;v now
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Friday, March 12, 1971
ORTDay To Be Observed
Coast-to Coast Wednesday
The Southwest Chapter of Wom-
n's American ORT lOrganizatior
for Rehabilitation Through Train-
.ng> will join with 95,000 of their
.o-members in 700 chapters from
coast to coast in observing ORT
Day. March 17.
ORT has achieved a remarkable
record during the nine decades of
t> existence in training more than
a million persons thus enabling
them to become productive citi-
sena .if the .societies in which they
live. It currently teaches a range
if more than 70 modern skills to
an annual enrollment of 80.C00 on
five continents.
One of its students. Arnaldo Mil-
stein Mefano, a 16-year-old study-
ing electronics at the ORT Insti-
tnto de Technologia in Rio de
Janeiro, has been successful in de-
veloping a small computer for use
in the correction of tests.
Arnaldo and a school friend fig-
ured out a way to simplify the
Usual electronic test-correction
'Equipment. They designed an ap-
paratus about the si/.e of a cigar
;>ox. which operated on a photo-
cell- principle iLDRi. using only
one electronic element to scan all
the answers and to record the
number of correct ones on a per-
forated card.
This device, a great advance on
the previous equipment, the small
-i/" and low cost of which would
permit any school It) own one so as
to verify the results of a test imme-
diately after its completion, was
exhibited in the school section of
Expositec '70, an official exhibition
of technical equipment which took
place in Rio de Janeiro, and at-
tracted a great deal of interest.
An order [or the test grader has
already been received and Arnaldo
and his friend will apply for a
patent on thi invention after they
make further improvements.
Women's American ORT, the
largest of groups in 38 nations
supporting the ORT program, is
affiliated with the American ORT
Federation which currently re-
ceives funds, exclusive of member-
ship due*, by snecial agreement
with the Joint Distribution Com-
mittee, a member agency of the
United Jeui-h Appeal.
Pioneer Women Honoring
Abraham Shedroffs
!sther and Abraham Shedroff
will be honored on the occasion of
their 47th wedding anniversary by
Pioneer Women Club No. 2 at a
Sunday noon luncheon in the Ra-
leigh Hotel. 1777 Collins Ave. The
guest speaker will be Miriam Gin-
gold, national advisor; a musical
program has been arranged by the
Club's president. Frances Packar,
Oral Gables ChajT will hold a
luncheon and card party to benefit
the Child Rescue Fund Wednesday
noon at the home of Mrs. Adele
l.evine, 501 Valencia Ave., Coral
Gables. Mrs. Moses Meyer, presi-
dent, has announced.
Beth Sholom Sisterhood "models" who will show Saks-
Fifth Avenue clothes at the Sisterhood's annual Spring
Luncheon Wednesday in the temple's 4144 Chase Ave.
Miami Beach, auditorium posed at a recent pre-luncheor.
party in the home of Mrs. Samuel Hirsch. From left are the
Mesdames Donald Leflon, David Serns, Ted Bodin, Howard
Gordon, Burton Belenke, and Harry B. Smith.
Hebrew Academy Women
Hold Bricksetters Luncheon
The Hebrew Academy Women,
:he organization which sponsors
scholarships and special projects
for the Hebrew Academy of Great-
r Miami, will hold a "Bricksetters
Luncheon" at noon Wednesday.
March 24. in the home of Mrs.
Leonard Rosen, 10010 W. Broad-
\ iew Dr., Bay Harbor Islands, ac-
cording to an announcement made
by Mrs. Leonard Adler, president
of the women's group.
The luncheon will launch a
<30.000 campaign for auditorium
facility in the school's new Jun-
ior High School building to be con-
structed across from the main
campus at 2400 Pine Tree Dr.,
Miami Beach. The Hebrew Acad-
y Women's Organization is fi-
ncing the auditorium facility
through the sale of donor's bricks
in the new building. Mrs. Rosen
Is serving as chairman of the
npaign.
Mrs, Julius Rosen is chairman
: the luncheon which will fea-
ture musical and dramatic pres-
I ntations by prominent artists. A
feature of the luncheon program
will be the unveiling of a special
ique which will bear the names
"Bricksetters." The plaque will
placed in the Junior High
School Building, completion of
which is scheduled for later this
year.
Also serving or. the Brick Cam-
paign Committee are the Mesdames
Irving Firtel, Murray Oilman, Ju-
lius Rosenstein, Joseph Shapiro,
Herman L. Shaw and Harold
Tokayer.
Committee On Handicapped
Reappoints Mrs. Fox Chairman
Mrs. Florence Fox. 800 S. Al-
hambra. Coral Gables, has been
reappointed chairman of the Gov-
ernor's Committee on Employment
of the Handicapped for the fouth
consecutive year. The 40-member
committee works to create a cli-
mate of acceptance and to make
all public buildings, schools, and
colleges more readily accessible
to the handicapped.
Mrs. Fox also is chairman of the
Florida State Commission for To-
tal Employment, a member of the
late President Eisenhower's Com-
mission for Employment of the
Handicapped, and is serving her
sixth year as director of the
National Pcople-to-People Com-
mittee for Employment of the
Handicapped. ______
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Friday. March 12, 1971
Zionists Hear Report
On Brussels Conclavt
Silver Medallion Awards were bestowed
upon three outstanding citizens represent-
ing the three major faiths at the recent Na-
tional Conference of Christians and Jews
Brotherhood Dinner in the Fontainebleau
Hotel, which was under the chairmanship
of Maurice Ferre, (left). Guest speaker at
the annual dinner, which provides the prin-
cipal support for NCCJ programs, was
George Romney, Secretary of the U.S. De-
partment of Housing and Urban Develop-
ment. Recipients were Charles H. Kellstadt,
chairman of the board of General Develop-
ment Corp., Rev. Edward T. Graham of Mt.
Zion Baptist Church, a Miami City Commis-
sioner, and Milton Weiss, (right) president
of Miami Beach Federal.
Miami Beach Hadassah Groups Meeting
Miami Beach Chapter of Ha-1
dassah groups meeting during the
coming week incl
Ki'iuin:ih Oroap, which will hold |
its Youth Aliyah dance Sunday at
>> 10 p.m. in the Algiers Hotel.
Yettie Brodie ami Rose Teplis arc'
taking reservations. Mrs. Manny
T' n-.kin is pn sklent.
Tnt4>n Towers <;roli|i is holding
a meeting and card party Tuesday
ai 12:.'50 p.m. in the Algiers Hotel.
Mrs. Henry Landers, president,
announce ~ ,
A Youth Aliyah luncheon will be
l by the Forte Towers Group
Tu n in the Seville Hotel.
Pauline Lessem is president.
Lincoln Group president A:
]., vy ann.....\c s its Youth Aliyah
i heoi T ii ij noon in the Ed n
Hot( i ill fi atun musical en- .
1 inmi iit by > itherine Russell,'
-'
The Winged Victory Singers win
i..... Eddie Cantor
Group's Youth Ali.xuh luncheon in
the Fontainebleau Hotel at noon
Thursday. March 18, according to
Shirley Green, president.
Luncheon Ami Fashion
Slum Scheduled Mar. 18
The Greater Miami Chapter of
National Foundation for Ileitis
and Colitis will hold a luncheon
and fashion show In the Algiers
Hotel at 12:30 p.m. Thursday.
March 18, at 12:30 p.m. Speakers
will be Dr. Allen A. Kaplan and
Dr, William M. Ludwig, prominent
g.islroenti rologists.
Ladies from Surfside's Four
w inda Apartments will model fash-
ions by Branel. Inc., with "Erma"
as c inunentator.
The committee includes Mrs.
u Sigm in, ch lirman, Mrs.
Kay Schwartz and Mrs. Harry
c ich lirmen and Mrs
n, ticki i cha.'-nan.
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For Reservations or Information Phone 531-0061 Today!
Halikvah Chapter Meets
Hatikvah Chapter =114.'f. B'nai
B'rith Women, will hold its March
meeting Tuesdaj .it the American
Savings & Loan Bank at 1200 Lin-
coln Rd., Miami Beach.
The program which will
at 12:30 will be a presentation of
famous d.'lls called "Dolls for
Democracy."
Temple Beth El Benefit
The Se\e!l l.lVery I'lTtS l''iSli\.ll.
Inc., will present Kolf Bjoerling,
lead tenor with the Royal Swedish
< 'pei a Tuesday at 8:15 p.m. in a
concert in Temple Beth El's Au-
ditorium at 1351 S 1Kb Ave
Hollywood. The concert's pro
will go to benefit the Hollywood
Recreation Department's Festival
Fund.
Temple Menorah Sisterhood
S sterhood of Temple Mei
., |
! White I ihant Sale Wi
i i in in th< Social H the

1 Beach, under the ch
I Mrs. I
Mrs I .ee (;.>i lieb.
Beware of the
imitators'..
, \, .n Sweet, pn si i
th< Mi imi Beach Dlstrii I
.
has announced that Rt
II. Stein, who was a dele '
the World Confer Jewish
' Communities on Soviet Jewry '"
Brussels, Belgium recently, will be
iker at a communit>
wide mi i tin^ sponsored by the dis-
trict Tuesd iv. at s p.m. in the
Palace Playhouse of the Seacoasl
Towers East, 5151 Collins Ave.
Miami Beach, Special parking ar-
rangi ments have been made with
the doorman of the Scacoast To y
ers foi this i v* '
The Zionist Organization ol
America recently organized its
own committee on Soviet Jewry
and will include this vital iss
one of the activities in its pro-
gram this year, according Ez n
Finegold, program chairman of
the M ami ''.each Zionist Districl
he w ill b:
: -t hand n
>
t s n iel Jewry, the posh
nd Wo I I Jew ry rej
hi imm ..'' i" n and the i
tant decision- that were :, ;
at this historic conference
\ question er ]
will follow bis ddrcaa, Mr
mid announced The program wil|
ilso include the new Israel film
ind The Mirage," wh i
with the current Arab situat 1
Israel, and is narrated by th. .-.p
> "Bonanza,'' Loren Green. It is
the fast of several cultura I
educational meetingi planned hy
riie Miami Beach District for this
current yeai
Assisting Judge Sweet and Mr,
Finegnld with ingetnents ..?
Julius Ros -' n Abraham A
Grunhut, Bet G ler, Sidney R ..
mond, Mortl ner May, M
i. Idring, losh Ri phun, n I
,bi stein, spiritual l< idi l Sh ro, Cantor Saul Breeh
the Jacob C. Cohen Communitj Fierman, Hyman Young, l
Synagogui il Miami B rep- Neidoff. Ral ii David Raab, i \
resented the Rabb 1 Council Meyers, Rose Shapiro an
.,; America at the Brussels Con- Rappaport, executive direct t
ferenci A terari Z leadet the Southeast Rogion Z.O.A
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tNTIRE OCEANflONT BLOCK tftk tg Mlk SL MIAMI BEA
SORRY, BUT TEMPLE ISRAEL
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Last Friday night thousands of listeners were disap-
pointed when they were unable to tune in to the
regular Friday night worship services broadcast by Temple
Israel of Greater Miami for the past 11 years. New manage-
ment this year at the two stations which have carried
these broadcastspaid for at full commercial rates by Tem-
ple Israeldecided to add further to the wasteland which
is mostly South Florida radio, either innocuous or obnox-
ious music rather than continue the highly-rated Temple
Israel broadcast, the only Jewish religious worship ser-
vice on the air. The latest replacement is rock and roll
music the kind known as "bubble gum."
THE NEW OWNERS of WTMI-FM (formerly WKAT-
FM) have assured Temple Israel that, in line with their
policy of providing at least one local outlet of cultural
dimension, the 8 to 9 p.m. live broadcast will be carried
by their station as soon as they assume management.
Watch for the announcement of the exact date. We re-
gret that so many shut-ins, senior citizens, blind and others
for whom these broadcasts have been an inspiration for
many years, were the victims of the public-be-damned
attitude of so many of our broadcasters.
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*Jewisl> HcridKain
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\ogah Hareuveni Is Hebrew
Teachers Seminar Speaker
ah II treuveni, dircctoi
i 'i N i ;; lu nim m
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NOOAH II VKKI'YKM
filth gession the Hebrew Te ich-
rs Seminar sponsored bj th<.
Bureau of Jewish Education at
30 ,i m. Frid ly in thr Bureau of-
fices ac ordir i i. mi rd ZUbert,
presid nt.
The session beii nsored
by the Department of Education
and Culture ol the Jewish Agency
and is under the direction of
Dr. Nathaniel Soroff, Bureau
Consultant.
Mr. Hareuveni will discuss "Na-
ture in the Bible as Applied to
Holidays and Festivals." He wil
present a Passo er film strip
which !' ils with the Festival of
er, the Month of Avh. in I
l> S ng / Spngs.
A graduate ol the Hebrew Uni-
ty with i Master's degree in
Bol my and Biblical Studies, Mr.
1; iveni inil. ted special train-
p turses in sun ival for the
\. i Fore fter having
sen .i in Hagunah, Palmach, and
the Israel Defense Forces. UN
Army Sarvh il Training courses,
built around the study of the eco-
logical phi nomen i of Israel i -
menl ined in Biblical and Tal-
mudic literatui e now an in-
I I p irt of Israel Army training.
Mr. Hareuveni, who initiate 1
and directed Kf.ir Yehoshua Na-
:: mi 1 'enter for Nature Field
.Study and Survival, is a visiting
professor at Yeshiva University,
where he is presenting courses on!
"Elements of Nature in Biblical
Literature." and the author of "A
New Light on the Book of Jere-
miah." "Living Off the Land."
and "Secret of the Tree and
Flower."
The seminar series will close
Friday. March 19, when Dr. Isaac
. Fein, former professor of Hebrew
', at the Baltimore Hebrew College,
| will discuss "Aspects of American
Jewish History Applicable to the
Hebrew Schools."
Final Lecture In Series
Set By Workmen's Circle
"The Golden Erai Of Jewish
Life" will be the topic of the final
lecture in the I. L. Peretz Work-
in n's Circle School Culture So-
ei. ty Berii s in the Lyceum at
25 Washington Ave., Tuesday at
S p.m. Lecturer Will Ih' Israel
Steinbaum, a scholar who has au-
thored a number of textboofe.
HiTnan Simon, ajn>inb..'r of the
seh'oT.r iTTveTJoar'i. wTfl B
the evening's host.
1 of 101
PASSOVER DELIGHTS.
CAKItl Chapter Auction
The North Dade Chapter of
Children's Asthma Research Insti-
tute an I Ho spi al is holding its
annual auction at the Hallandale
Recreation Center, SE 5th Street
anil 1st Ave., at 7 p.m. Sunday.
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Friday, March 12, 1971
Activity Scheduled for Coming Week By,ei m Department of Florida Ladies Auxiliaries!,^eec^trics
'Reaction Panel' To Follow Sisterhood's Program
9 Justine Abramowitz, presi-
of the Department of Florida
. -. Auxiliary, Jewish War Vet-
erans d1 the I'.S.A.. has annoui
1- following schedule for the
groups:
Vonnan Bnicp Brown 17!.Mrs.
F da Levin* and Mrs. Julia Ber-
!. will take the mobile telephone
i' bedridden patients at the VA
H spital Saturday. Tu sday, th
A i \iliary and Po1 Will h I I
fund-raising "Treas
I _." Mrs. Mac Schreiber is pr
t; the group meets at 1601 W.
I Ju St.
\\ eat Miami SMP st-Auxili n y
\ 1 party 7 p.m. Saturday at tin-
Hospital: parts- for officers,
< irmen and board members in
1 home of Auxiliary president
} h Kurman. 6451 S\V 6th St..
T- irsday, March 18.
Murray Solomon 243Luncheon
Suaday at 12:30 p.m. in the Soi-
r. i to Restaurant. 3059 SW 8th St..
With prizes and souvenirs; Stella
an-: Sol Upton in charge of VA
}: spital telecart Monday.
Miami Brach 330Evelyn Decky.
hospital chairman, and Pearl Her-
man service VA Hospital telecart
S. .day; Mrs. Minnie Hoppen. pres-
kk -;t, pivsides at Thursday's reg-
u.sr business meeting. 1828 Alton
Rd., Miami Beach.
lour Freedoms 402Business
meeting Thursday. March 18. at
i i in Four Freedoms House.
president Mrs. Dorothy Sing-
( residing at second nominations
a- election ol officers for 1971-72.
Victor B. Freedman 613Mrs.
i Bobbins, president, presiding
Bt 7:30 p.m. business meeting in
ndale'S Home Federal S&L
rsday.
North Shore 677Volunteers to
be in charge of the VA Hospital
telecart and Mis. I.il Schoen will
s, rvice the Patients' Library Tues-
day; Thursday, March 18. presi-
lent Mrs. Libbie Cohen will pre-
side at an 8 p.m. board meeting gj
the Jefferson National Bank. 301
Arthur Godfrey Rd.
llialeah Miami Springs 681
Donor points luncheon and theatre
party at the Coconut Grove Play
house Saturday: breakfast busi-
ness meeting at Temple Tifereth
Jacob Sunda. with President I.il
Newman presiding over nomina-
tions am! election ol officers for
1971-72.
Abe llorrovvit/ 682Joint in-
: stallation of Auxiliary and Post
officers in Unified Hall. 2300 NE
171st St.. North Miami Beach, at
; 8 p.m. Thursday. March 18.
Harry H. Cohen 7239:30 a.m.
j board meeting in the home of Rose
i I.isansky. senior vice president.
1 Sunday; hospital chairman Frieda
Cohen and her committee service
Veterans Hospital telecart Thurs-
day, March 18.
Col David Marcos 746Instal-
lation of newly-elected officers at
Washington Federal auditorium.
699 NE 167th St.. Sunday; newly-
installed president. Mrs. Pauline
Duke, presiding over her first reg-
ular business meeting in Parkway
General's Hospitality Room 8 p.m.
Wednesday; fund-raising rummage
sale, Miami Gardens Drive Shop-
ping Center, 183rd Street and NW
47th Ave.. Thursday, March 18.
El Al Israel Airlines is to in-
I vest $21 million over a period of
five to six years on an extensive
building program in connection
with absorption of its two Boeing
,747s the first of which enters
' .service Juir: 1. ami the second next
November.
Of the total, some S14 million |
w in be expanded at Lod home base,
where aln idy in advanced stage
of construction Is the 747 hanger,
which with a roof area of over
two icres, is the largest building
j of Its type in the Middle East
Within a 100 acre complex, con-:
struction is now proceeding on
new maintenance deiwts. new
workshops, spare parts stores and
supply depots. Also under con-,
struction is a big aircraft parkin-
lot.
At stations overseas. S7 million
will be spent on reconstruction
and enlargement of airport facili-
ties. The program includes the
building of a freight handling de-
pot and an additional new passen-
ger terminal at Kennedy Airport
as well as a freight handling depot
at London's Heathrow Airport.
El AI is also expanding its ca-
tering facilities: following the suc-
cess of its own catering unit at
London Airport, a similar unit is
to I*- established at Kennedy, in
partnership with a local caterer.
At present, El Al serves some
200,000 main meals and 250.000
snacks monthly. ___
The Mollie KahajMr Sisterhood
of Beth Torah Congregation meet-
ing Wednesday at 8:18 pan. m the
social hall will fe itusv a provoca-
tive program entitled "Die Teach-
ing" by Robert Crean. which Is part
of the "Eternal Light" 'P0"-
sored on radio and television by
the Jewish Theological Seminars
of America, according to Mrs
Ewdd Bhfer, 9teWrha*P"llt.
The Teaching is an exposition,
of the "generation gap" within
the context of religious values
which suggests how ideals do p
) from parents to children, althou
each generation must try to re
I them in its own way. The present i-
nun will be followed by a "re
tion panel" consisting ol Lai
Bui >ws president of United Syn-
Youth, International; Di
. Kuttle local Jewish
munity leader, Abraham 3. Gltt<
Toi ih, an I Allen Rutchlk, directoi
of th southeast Region of United
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Royvis Granddaughter
Born In Ohio Feb. 6
Mr. and Mrs. j.,.,e|.;. A. Rayvis
of Miami Beach announco the
birth of a granddaushter which
took place In i\ lumbus. Ohio.
Feb. 6. The baby, who has beei
named Mara Beth, is the daughter
oi the former Cynthia Rayvis and
hei husband. Iivin GodofsUy.
Tho baby's father, the son of
Mr. an i Mrs. Martin Godofsky of
nbus, ( hio, will graduate in
June from the Ohio State Univer-
sity School oi Medicine. Her
mother will n ceive her Mast* r's
degree In June from Ohio State.
wh< she is n in Educa-
tion.
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AT ITS FINESI iMukt THE SUCCESS OF WtDDIHGS and BAR MIT1VAHS
AND AIL SOCIAl FUNCTIONS
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Leor.ard Zilbert. (right) president of the Miami Beach He-
brew Home for the Aged, presented the second annual
"Heart of Valor" award to Sarah Levin, vice president of the
Home for her outstanding and devoted service at a recent
luncheon at the Algiers Hotel. At left is Mrs. Ida Kostoff,
president of the Women's Auxiliary of the Home.
Beth Raphael Marks Purim
A IVrini program and play will
be present, d at 7:30 p.m. Thuis-
day, March L8, at the regular
monthly meeting of Temple Beth
Raphael Sisterhood. Kach member
will bring a new gift for a grab
bag; Mrs. David Raab will lead
the group in singing Purim songs.
Mrs. A. William Gi rstman, first
vice president, is in charge of the
program; president Irene W. K.
Wecker will be presiding.
Makes PASSOVER
more delicious1.
Produced under strict Rabbinical supervision. Certificate on request.
Royal Hungarian
Offering Passover
Take-Out Service
The Rayal Hungarian Restaurant
which has been serving the Greater
Miami Jewish community with
strictly kosher meals and catering
for nearly a quarter of a century
has bet n selected to cater the
seders of two m ijor synagogues.
Both Beth r>ivid Congregation
of Mia i, and Beth Torrh Congre-
gation of North Miami Beach have
engaged Philip Weiss, owner of
the R iyal Hungarian, to personally
providi their Passover meals
Th. -: mi int. Incited at 73:
Washington Aw, Miami Beach
also has a complete take-out serv-
ice for :ull course Passover meals
Including the traditional seder
plattci
Dinners will )> served beginning
at 4 p.m. on the first two evenings
of Pesach for those wh i cannot
wait I -. late evening seders tor
he tlth and other reasons.
In addition, seders will l>e con-
ducted at th.- restaurant by Can-
tor Joseph Moor, assisted by Mr.
Weiss Thes! seders are open to
the public, with reservations
reque- ted.
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break up a good thing.
So this Passover, butter your matzo,
cottage-cheese it, slather it with sour cream, or
make it more tempting with Temp-Tee
whipped cream cheese.
Then, go right on spreading Breakstone
throughout the year. (Not to mention mixing,
scooping and dipping.)
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Friday, March 12. 1971
^______ I von name it will bo sold from
Cancer League Bazaar j n ^ untjl 1Q p m Precedins IlK>
Women's Cancer League of mi-
j ami Beach will hue something for basur th.ro w.ll be a 10.30 a.m.
everyone Friday, :'< >'-s ,vizaal",'" f ,.,, bond meeting and election
the Corinthian Apartments on Col-
a. -v.. .-..'> "' -!<......;""'"''"w _

By a unanimous vote, the 1969-70 officers
cf the Douglas Gardens Jewish Home for the
Aged of Greater Miami were reelected to an-
other term cf office. From left to right, in front
row are Aaron Kravitz, and Mrs. Joseph R.
Stein, vice presidents; Leo Rose, Jr., now en-
tering his six'h term as president; Mrs. Law-
rence Silverman, recording secretary, and
Judge Irving Cypen, honorary president. Bar-
on deHirsch Meyer, honorary vice president;
Louis Breslcr, vice president; Mrs. Lilyan
3ockermon, corresponding secretary; and
Jack Popick, vice president are in the back
row. Not present lor picture-taking were Col.
Jacob M. Arvey, honorary vice president;
David B. Fleeman, vice president; Stanley
M. Beckerman, treasurer; Mrs. Sol Silver-
man, financial secretary, and Mrs. Isidor
Cohen. Founder of the Home,
JOSE^
GRECO
'Stars Ocer Sisterhood' Is
Theme of Donor Luncheon
'Stars Over Sist i 'me noon
'j triple Israel I i N mor
L.incheon In the Dora! Beach Ho-
t< s Starlight Room.
rh affair, which "i!! feature
ins :>.\ Mis Gabriel Crim-
- boutique, hat given a new
I .-.t in the pi by Inti>-
< icing a "Hollywood scripf'-based
t icme. Bach of the past :
v II I. hnored w ith in "< Iscai"
k-ard and "Cinenia' posters; each
Ui items on I i "Laui i l anil
. ii y" menu has tieen described
mg thi -i.ir-r- .: .,-!: o is Holly-
. "l stai .!> co 'Hi .. i" Mi Je-
Rado, Sisti
Planning the Sist<
nd-raisii hich i
the social highli the s
i immil hi
I
Wometo Theatres
Muss, theme chairman; Mrs, Her-
.' Paige and Mrs. Samuel Gray,
ticket chairmen. Mrs, Howai I No-
vi ii is i( c president In charge of
the arrangemi nts.
Reservations for the luncheon
may be made by calling the temple
office
Liebmans Host Reception
Dr. and Mrs. Norman Lie
of 1780 Daytonia Rd., Miami Beach,
will hosl a reception for Israeli
pianist Joseph Kalichstein, the
most recent winner of the coveted
Leventritt Award, after his con-
cert it Temple Both Sholom Sat-
urday evening. The concert will
: ,- Beth Sholom's Culture in I
Fine Arts series for the current
and hit sensational eo, at Spaniih Daneers
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Olive Levin Eulogized
Dr. Melville L J icdbs, chairman
if the Department <>f Radiology
it City of Hope will ealogjze
Oii\o Levin. Saturday at 8 p.m. in
Fontainebleau Hotel. Olive was
i Diamond Life Member of CItJ
: I i in I in her memory Ben
- inn luncing plans for the erec-
n w building at the hos-
pit >l co nplex to be called the
ind Ben Levin Children's
' I Clinic."

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ALAN PLAOER (JARV FRIEDMAN
Saturday, March 13, Alan Scott, C, i u th s.,n ,. yi Ruth
the -on of Mr. ;nui Mrs. Morton Eriedjiian. 3P.0J Dr., Coral
Bar Mitzvah Gabli ruti his Bai Mitz-
Lvill become
al Temple Zion.
Alan, a seventh grader al Glades
Junior High School, plays drums
in tin' school band. He is very ac-
tive in sports, and won a letter
fool :l for K-Land.
Mr. and Mrs. Planer i;i host
the inieg Shabbat Frida> night
and the Kiddush following serv-1 Spcctor
Ices on Saturday. There will also "baring
be a reception at the Algiers Ho-
tel Saturday evening. Among the
honored guests will be Mr. and
Mrs. l.ouLs Slivers and Mr. and
Mrs. Benjamin Plager.
ft
MARIO EOOZ1
Mario, the son of Mr. and Mrs. |
David Egozi, will observe lii.s Bar
Mitzvah at Beth Torah Congre-
gation, Saturday morning, Much
13.
>h M B. fh David Congregation
Saturd i>, March 13.
Gnry, .i seventh grade student
at George Washington Carver Jun-
r H: i School, has attended Beth
David Roll rtous School five years.
A luncheon-reception will follow
,;''.....emonies in Beth David's
Hall. Among the guest* i
in the festivities will lv I
Garv's grandmother, Mrs. Rose
Berkou :[/..
V -S. jack lewis
Abbe Sussman
Bernard Topp
Richard Arkin
Alan Goldman
Martin Saturn
attends
School.
Ner Tamid Religious Junior High School where he is in
the 8th grade.
A
will
Kiddush
follow til
in Martin's honor
services, and his
Following the services the cele-
brant will lie honored it a Kld-
parents will host a reception Sat- dush in the temple, and a reception
irday
Hole
evening at the Montmartc
\I.A\ WKISSMAN
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hellman an-
nounce the Bar Mitzvah of Mrs.
Hellman's sun. Alan Weissmar,
which will take place at Temple
Zamora during the services Satur-
day morning, March 13.
Mario has ittendi
Alan, a student at Carver Junior
High School 's active in sports and
1 the Hebrew plays cl irinet.
Academy for the past -l years. His
parents will cosponsor the Kid-
dush following the services in
honor of the occasion.
AI.AV GOLDMAN
Alar the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Paul Goldman, will become a Bar
Mitzvah S il irday, March 13 al
Beth Torah Congregation.
The c. le'n iiit is a member of
fth ye ir class al the Harold
Wolk Religious School where he
h is been a student for the past
years, and will ioin the *' in-
i irmation i'I i^ of 1973.
In Alan's honor his parents will
thi tdush following
*t s\N nl RMAN
S th hter of Mr. and
Mrs. ;l cele-
Bal i il Beth
Torah C
' 12,
. Beth
n's H
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RHO.VDA CATS
f Mr. I
Mrs. Jerome C it I 'oun-
i i '' i i. i '." 'i i rabies, will
urti Bat M van at Te i
Or Olom Ft day M ch 12.
! than L't i tud '!
VV
School, w hi n Ihi se\ enth
&
In honor a n, Mr
. | Mrs Catz will sp ins ir th*?
i in ': Shabbat Frid ij e en fol-
: I '
hoi I i n eeption and open house
Sunday afti rno in Among the
honored gin will Rl n la's
trents, Mr, and Mrs. Hat j
Kozkk and Mr. and Mrs. Hi
Turoff.
A Kiddush will lx- hosted by the
Celebrant's parents at the Temple
immediately following the service
Saturday morning, and Saturday
evening a r< eeption will lie held In
his honor it the Four Ambassadors
Hotel.

MAN GOLDMAN
Alan Evan, the son of Mr. and
Mrs, Paul Goldman of North Mi-
ami Beach, will celebrate his Bar
Mitzvah Saturday morning, March
13, at Beth Torah Congregation.
Alan his been attending HaroldI
Wolk Religious School for the past
five \ ars md intends to continue
his Hebrew -ducat ion.
Mr, and Mrs, Paul Goldman will
sponsor the Kiddush following the
si r- -. l ii i-t a ec :'i
his ii mor 'i the I' 'am [lie 11 I
Siittt day i v 'mm Among the hon-
icsts will I randn i
nd Mrs. Frai Con
\.V.
>t VRT1> < OOPI '
'
T ii Y
m r -
-I'll
" idenl it
\ mt'l Sch i '1 and
Out-of-town guests will include
aunts and uncles Mr. and Mrs. H.
Schein, of Philadelphia. Pa.. Mr.
and Mrs. M. Pincus, David Stol-
berg and Bernard Stolberg, of
New York City, and Tom Cooper,
of Winchester, Va.
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JACK LEWIS
Jack Allen, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Reuben Lewis, will become
Bar Mitzvah Saturday, March 13,
at Temple Emanu-El with Rabbi
Irving Lehrman officiating.
jack attends the Lehrman Day
School win re he is in the seventh
grade,
Mrs. Saraah Tennenbaum. the
celebrant's grandmother, will be
among those attending tho event,
VRBK Sl'SSMAN
Al ; -. the dnughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Si l Sussman will bee it Bat
Mitzvah at Temple Metiorah Fri-
day evening, March 12. Rabbi May-
ei Abramowitz will officiate.
Abbe is i student nt Nautilus
Junior High School where she is
in the seventh grade.
..
RICHARD VRKIN
Rich ni. thi son of M nd Mrs,
i es At .ai ill be cnll
is a Bar Mitzvah Sat
ch 13 I
Beth Sholo i, w Ih R ibbi L m
i
Rich : : si
lie I 'oil
Ol 37 I
BF.R.N \-:i) TOPP
Bernard. I
Manui I Topp of h, w I!
become i Ba- M!.tz\ ill it T
Menu;,:ii Snttirrl ly, March
I'. .. | i i Indei i
nd dinner will hi
afternoon in the Glgi
Fontainebleau Hotel
tion ol the occasion.
held Sunday
Room of th-
in celebra-
MARTIN SATURN
Martin Jay. the son of Mr. and
Mrs. AlV-n Saturn, will become
Bar Mitzvah on Saturday. March
13, at Temple Emanu-El. Rabbi
Irving Lehrman will officiate al
the ceremonies.
Martin is in eighth made stu-
dent at the Lear School and nlso
attends Tempi'; Emanu-El's Sun-
day School.
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Filderman,
grandparents of the celebrant, will
be among the honored .musts at
the event.
Beth Sholom Art Exhibit
Recent contemporary painl
by Jonas Gerard will be on displ y
at the Lowe-Levinson Art Gallery
of Temple Beth Sholom. 4144
Chase Ave., Miami Beach through
March 31, according to an an-
nouncement made by Judy Druck-
cr, Director ol the Gallery, which
is open Monday through Fr'< >
from 'J a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturd -
and Sunday- from 9 to 12:30,
Rev. Propper Singles Guest
Rev. Leonard Propper, cons l-
rred an authority on K.S.P. a I
Psychic Phi n imi na, will b I
guest speaker Wednesday at 8 0
p.m. when the Single Parents it
Miami Beach meet al the Wash-
ington Federal Auditorium, 11 3
I Normand> Dr. Single, widowed ir
divorced nun and women from .">
to 18 years of axe are invil d I i
attend.
honor the PASSGVER-
Traditionally! kjr^
Deiiciousiy! Usn;3VW^
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Jeffrey IV. the son of Mr. and
Mrs, Alien Kishner, will bee i >
Bar Mitzvah Saturday, March L3
at Aliavat Shalom Congregation.
The celebrant will be honored
at n buffet luncheon following the
eeremonies.
JKKFRHY KKOTK.NBKRt;
Saturday morniivi. March 13, it
Temple Both El. Hollywood, Jef-
frey, tho son of Dr. and Mrs. Jaok
Krotenberg. will celebrate his
Bar Mitxvah during the 11 a.m.
woship services.
Jeffrov Is a studenl nl Pine 'resl
Junior High School, where he is in
the eighth grade.
Among th" honored euets w!l
be the celebrant's great-grand-
mother. Mrs. Rebecca Blitz, his
grandparents, Mr, and Mrs. Harry
Knssin and Mr. anthMrs. Louis
Silver, and Dr. and Mrs. Philip
O'Desky of foledo, Ohio.
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Friday. March 12, 1971
Miami Happenings
The I'nited Fund of Dade
County has kicked off its i\:~\
1971 Sunrise Campaign, under
the auspices of "Pinky" shift-
man, president of Hotel Employ-
ees' Union Local AFL-CIO 253.
and Hank Meyer, president of
Hank Meyer Associates. "Pur-
pose of the Campaign," said Ed-
ward Norlhcutt. Regional direc-
tor of Civic Affairs for Eastern
Airlines, and chairman of the
Hotel Sunrise Campaign, "is to
establish the giving trend among
the major hotels in Dade Coun-
ty." Solicitors include Barton S.
(oiiiheru, president of Jeffers hi
National Bunk of Miami Beach;
< ii L. P. Oovaert, vice presi-
dent of United Banking Croup:
James Schuite, vice president of
The First National Bank of Mi-
ami: chuck Wiicovi-n. Eastern
Airlines, ;"id Eastern's Capt.
Dick Merrill.
to Ruhhi Maxwell Borer of Tem-
ple Zamora, Coral Gables, was
honored for his association with
Shaare Zedi'k Hospital in Jeru-
salem at Temple Zamora's Pur-
im Partv recently.
) V -'
United Cerebral Palsy of Mi-
ami will air their 1971 Telethon
over VVCIX-TV. Ch. C\ from 11
p.m. Saturday until 6 p.m. Sun-
day, April 17 and IS. according
To Jack ScMMlMrer, president of
the Board of Directors. Dennis
James will act as host of the
Telethon, the first UCP has held
since 1969.
w vv
Samuel Frii-rllunil, chairman of
the Board of Miami Beach's
Temp'e Emanu-El. has announc-
ed the appointment of Abel
Holtz. first vice president of th"
Men's Club Breakfast
The annual breakfast sponsored
by the Beth Kodesh Men's Club
will take place Sund \ at 9:30 a.m.
Bernard Se.ion. president, has an-
nounced. Gue. Miami
Cou
both of whom arc honorsr>
bers of the club and will n
an Honorary Life Membership
during the breakfast. Also ex-
pected to attend is State Attorney
Richard E. Gerstein.
Carner Bank of Miami Beach,
as a Trustee of the Congrega-
tion. Mr. Holtz is also serving
on the Board of Governors of
the South Shore Hospital, the
K.v cutive Board of Sustainers
for Mt. Sinai Hospital, and the
Executive Board of B'nai B'rith.
& & it
At the suggestion of Rudolf
Maun, executive vice president
of congregation B'nai Raphael.
B spec.a] campaign was launch-
ed to supply food, canned prod-
ucts and anything else that
might be of aid to the migrant
farm work i s in South Dade
who are without jobs and short
of food as a result of last month's
hard free/'. The fool uas sent
to the Redland Migrant Adult
Camp on U.S. 1 in Homestead.
. Guests of honor w 1 be ". "' '"I"' "
,, rx .j v j March 19. 20 and 21.
Mayor P-wid Kennedy, and ~ "
, ,, ~ Is scheduled for s:30 p
ountv Mr.vor Steve Clark. ,. ~ '
Friday Theatre Openings
Opening Friday at me Miami.
Miracle. 163rd St., Carlyle, Palm
Springs and Hallandale Theatres.
|l "Wuthering Heights." "The Mu-
sic Lovers" bows in at the Mayfair
and Sunset. Being held over are
"I Never Sang For My Father," at
the Carib; "Promise at Dawn," in
the Patio. Twin I and Normandy;
"Patton" Twin II. Surf. 27th Ave-
nue and North Dade Drive-ins:
"Little Fauss and Big Halsy." at
Coral Way Drive-in and Byron;
and "Thunderball" and "You Only
Live Twice" on the double bill at
the Parkway, North Andrews and
Davie Blvd. Drive-ins.
Dancers Featured
In International
Theatre Benefits
The one-and-only Jose Greco
and his leading lady, Nana Lorea.
will ai>pcar with his company <>f
Spanish dancers, singers and mu-
sicians Saturday at 8:30 p.m. in
the Miami Beach Auditoirum. it
has been anounced.
The one-night-only |>orformance
is one of a series supporting the
International Theatre, home of the
Dance-Drama Workshop. Amer-
ica's only all-scholarship school for
serious classical ballet and drama
students.
Francis Mavville is managing di-
rector of the International, which
is located near Pittsburgh. Pa.,
and contains a library with more
than 1.000 plays and -100 record-
ings as well as textltooks. a 200-
sr-at auditorium, a cabaret for 40.
costume and property rooms, and
a 40x40-ft. stage, in addition to
business offices.
The Inbal Dance Theatre of Is-
rael, will give three |>orformanccs
as International Theatre benefits
Tle first
.m. Friday
in the Dade County Auditorium.
The 30-member troupe of dancers
and musicians will be on the
Miami Beach Auditorium's stage
Saturday and Sunday at 8:30 p.m.
Sara Levi-Tanai, who founded
the Inbal Dance Theatre in 1919.
is the company's artistic director
and choreographer.
Tickets are now on sale at the
auditorium box offices. Burdine's
Jordan Marsh. Saks 5th Aw, Al-
legro Music House and J. Baldi's.
"Chassidic Singers'
To Perform Mar. 27
A Chassidic Festival of music.
song and dance will be presented
by the Lubavitcfa Youth Group of
Greater Miami Saturday. March
27 at 8:30 p.m. in Miami Beach
Auditorium.
The Festival, which will be pro-
duced and directed by Shmuel Fer-
shko. will feature Eli Lipsker and
his famed song and dance group,
made up of 25 men and boys in
their traditional beards, yarmulkas
and Hassidic suits, performing
songs and dances which provide
a singular emotional experience.
This marks the triumphant re-
turn to this area of the Chassidic
singers, who sang to a packed
auditorium last year and have en-
joyed the same success in Israel
Los Angeles, Detroit, Baltimore.
Minneapolis and other centers.
Prior to the performance, young
Dade County residents may enjoy
i weekend with Chassidim at a
leading Beach hotel. Tickets for
the Chassidic Festival will be on
sale soon at the Miami Beach Audi-
torium box office.
Tony St. Thomas
Feature Attraction
Tony St. Thomas, who has been
hailed as a second Harry Belafonte.
will be the featured attraction at
the annual Spring luncheon of
S'sterhood of Temple Beth Sholom
Wednesday at 11:30 a.m. in the
temple's auditorium at 4144 Chise
Ave., according to Mrs Walter
Lebowitz, luncheon chairman.
A native of the British West
Indies. Mr. Thomas, who combines
calypso with folk songs and ten-
der ballads, has given concerts
all over the United States, the
Virgin Islands and Japan and has
also appeared on television and
in night clubs.
The theme of the luncheon will
be "Glow With Sisterhood," be-
cause the proceeds are to be used
for purchasing a new lighting sys-
tem in the Sisterhood lounge.
Serving with Mrs. Lebowitz on
the luncheon committee are Mrs
Meyer Kotler, Sisterhood presi-
dent, and the Mesdames Burton
Belenke. Jonas Brotman. Edward
Cohn, Philip Davis. J. Leonard
Diamond, Samuel Dcksler. How-
ard Gordon. Lee Greene. E. Max
Kesselman. Janvs S. Knopke, Leon
Kronish, Donald I>efton. Barry
Kutun, Samuel Leiner, Marvin
M'tx. Irv!ng Miller. Julius Ser.
Jack B. Shapiro, Alan Slewett.
Mflrfhi J. Steiner and Irwin Teol's.
A*
Evening Chapter Meets
The Evening Chapter of Hope
School for mentally retarded chil-
dren will hold its next regular
meeting at 8 p.m. Monday, in the
home of Florence Pritt. 401-92nd
St.. Surlside. Refreshments will
follow a special program.
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soever
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or at
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or at the
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731 Washington Avenue, Miami teach
538-5401
Miami Beach Mayor Jay Dermer signs a proclamation desig-
nating Wednesday. March 17, as American Medical Center
Tag Day in that city. Watching the formalities are chairmen
Mrs. Morris Goluskin, (left) Mis. Murray Levrant and Mrs.
Bertram Thorpe. Proceeds of the annual fund-raising event
will go to support the cancer research and treatment con-
ducted at the free, non-sectarian national hospital located
at Denver, Colorado.
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Children under 8 $10 for each Seder
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Miami Included In
Experimental High
Speed Mail Service
Postmaster E. M. Dunlap re-
ported that the U.S. Postal Son-.
Ice's high speed experimental Ex-J
pn ss Mail S -rvlce l>etween metro-]
IMlilan areas s;b"ing oxpar.dod. to,
nine ad iiti >n (l--mn, wiurkuiim;,
Miami.
March 15. the tost'
iduct, which offers quick,
i liabl delivery of u
I'spatche r I mi
t mo s will be avail ible in total
of ICCOI 1:: [ to Posl
i ( n ral Winton M. E
i'i mark' I tesl b
' !;. 1 000
>ments have b i dell' en 1 ith
i I 97 >l th :
*
. he lule.
I
loi for tli' i
! In pa '
t w II take place only it the
A port Mail Facility and will not
..lr pick-up or delivery serv-
However, > customer may l ike
:> shipment to the local airport and
request delivery to an addressee in
pin- one of th" 2f> original cities.
1EGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71.719
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
In RE: Eclats ol
.\l U.V R Kl 'Kill.Kit.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T'i All Creditors mm All Persons Hav-
ing i lalm or Demai I Against Bald
Y> u : re I ereby ii"' Ified and 11
ed i" present any claims aud demands
win- I. you in.;. have againM tile
. state ol MARY R. K< >KH l.l-:u. de-
of l lade Count). Florida t"
the County Judge* o( Dade County,
and fit. Oi.- same in duplicate and as
i i" s.-. tloii T ::: 16, Florida
Statutes, in their office* in the Counts
Courthouse in Dade Countya Florida,
.vlthui -i\ calendar monihi from the
* lme <: the fn si pul lies lion
or tl -.mi will be barn 'i.
i.. ii>d Ulam Fl this i->ii
das Februar: A.D l!TI
R LEW ESS1.INGER
V* *\* ..
r I notice on
rUii ry. '"Tl
... OP .. : I
A.....E*
1111.
: ._
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY*
FLOKIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-1002
(JOH:. Ft. oi-AN rON)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: i-.-iau- ol
I .11 -i JACUI IS
Uec< .. -:
To All I realtors and -Ml Person* Hav-
ing Claim* '! Demands Against 8a
hastate:
inu are hereby notified and re-
- tmii ed i" i'i' sent any claim* and d< -
oands which you ma) hav< against
Hi,- estate ol HAKK) JA< I IBS de-
ll di Count). I
lo the County Judges Of Dade Coun-
ty, am) file !" same In it' u
as provided In Seel 733.16,
Statutes, in their offices In the Coun-
ty Courthouse "> Dade County, Flor-
ida, within six i ilendar months from
publication here-
ante "in I" I irred
l ia pel ri M mi, Florida, til
das ol Man h A.D 1971.
Cl Mi V JACOBS
A- KXl il
I ion "l this i I
the i-oi tin; I >71.
FR1SHMA.N ,v i- i. -
. : :: utrix
._" Lli

Sand-Eli Kosher Caiei^rs staff members smile from behind a
table loaded with goodies prepared by their firm.
Time is saved by bypassing mail
processing centers in the originat-
ing and destination cities, and by
transport on the most desirable
flight between the two points,
The charge for the service,
which is limited to 10 customers
In each city, is on a contract basis
foi a specified number of trips and
the level of service desired
The experimental service is cur-
rently meeting the needs of busi-
nesses and Institutions for regu-
1 irly scheduled shipments of finan-
cial records, documents, intra-com-
pany correspondence and other
.Material with a high-time value.
Round Town
.lay F. Fine-. Of 1409 Lil
Rd a v ter in Miami Beach ho-
i : tan and theatrical produci r,
who ci lebrates his 70th birth-
d iy this week will be feted by
his daughter, cousin- and broth-
ers al a private cocktail recep-
i ..'i i'i :.'i... Later, the f imily
and r few 'in-! friends will join
him in doing what he likes besl
i and ris n
t al local hotel shows.
Among the icts presented by
Mr. Fine In the past arc the
Kingston Trio, Fcrrantc an t
1 richer. Tony Bennett and the
(had Mitchell Trio.
' tV -ft
Mercury" MorrK Miami Dol-
I inns running back, will be the
truest speaker at the Tempi;
Beth Am congregational break-
last Sunday. March 21, at 9:30
a.m. in the Youth Lounge, ac-
cording to Harold Malm, prcsi-
denl of the temple's Brother-
hood.

"NEXT Y EAR IN
JERUSALEM"
WIN
SALEM'S
VACATION
IN ISRAEL
SWEEPSTAKES
25 ADDITIONAL PRIZES
NO PURCHASE REQUIRED
1. On an official entry or on a
3" x 5" plain piece of paper, print
your name, address and zip coot.
certifying that yoo are at least gl
years of age. Also include the
name of your SALEM Dealer.
2. With each entry send 2 empty
SALEM packages (King or Super
KTng) or the words'SALEM WITH
NATURAL MENTHOL" printed in
block letters on a 3" x 5 piece ot
paper. Enter as often as you wish
but mail each entry separately to.
SALEM Vacation Sweepstakes.
P.O. Box 3909. Dept. N Grand
Central Station. New York, New
York 10017.
Molly Picon Will
Appear March 28
Mi lly Picon, one of theatre's
most endearing and enduring per-
sonaliti s, will be appearing in the
Miami Beach Auditorium Thurs-
day, March is.
ii has been an-
IIOtllK
With her will
be 13- j ar old
Tania, who was
set n on Ed Sul-
livan's Salute
To Israel" re-
cently, and Kay
Carole. "Tom-
my" Jack Hil- i
Hard Will serve
as emcee of the
program
Molly, who appears in the film
vi rsion of "Fiddler on the Hoof."
has jusl completed six months on
locati in in Yugoslavia, where thai
prod ction wen! before the cam-:
ii, Her recent TV appearai ces
include a stint on "Gomer Pyle,
r.S.MX'.." and "My Friend Tony."
One of the most popular ac-
tiesses in the Yiddish Theatre.
Molly spi cialized In light musical
,, m.dies. She has appeared in
vaudeville, on Broadway, where
her antics in "Milk and Honey"
regaled audiences for tWO seasons,
in nighl clubs, and for some 20
.ears did B "Mr. and Mrs." radio
program with her husband Jacob
Kalicli. who through the years has
written much of her material.
Molly, who has recorded many
of her early experiences in her
autobiography entitled "So Laugh
a Little." calls an early-American
style house in Mahopac. N.Y..
home but she and her husband
are really at home most anywhere
in the world.
Sand-Ell Firm Marks
12 Years Of Service
Sand-Ell Kosher Cat. ivrs. under
the personal supervision of Mr.
and Mrs. Sol Weiss, recently com-
Dleted ils 12th year of service to
customers in South Florida, it was
announced.
A member of the Florida Res-
taurant Association, the firm,
which specializes in catering for
home, synagogue and hotel func-
tions, is equipped with refrigerated
trailers to insure delivery of cold
foods in perfect condition and
portable ovens to keep hot foods
hot. Kosher dishes are also sup-
plied by Sand-Ell.
Sand-Ell Kosher Caterers has
had years of experience with Bar
Mitzvahs, weddings, engagements,
organizational and social affairs. A
file of letters of commendation
iron: pleased clients is maintained
bj Mr. and Mis. Wi iss; ii is avail-
aide for the inspection oi persons
intereste I in using their services.
All foods are prepared under
rabbinical supervision. Mr. Weiss
said, ami all baking is done on the
nun's premises, 400 Swallow Dr..
Miami Springs,
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PR03ATE
NO. 70-;'61-D
I. i
xi -:: \ T< >ZER
L)( .,-..1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Tn All ''. ii''.- and Al! Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demand Agi
.:-i.e- .
Yi.n are hereb) notified and re-
quired t" present anj i lalms i
mands which you may have against
the estate of /.KM-; A TOZER, de-
ed late of Dade County, Florida,
. i'"jniy Judges "i Dade Coun-
ty, and file the same hi duplicate
ai I ..- provided in Si 16. Flo-
rida Statutes in their offices In the
Counts Courthouse hi Dade C unty,
Florida within six calendar months
from the time of the first publication
hi n of, or the same 111 be I in ed
Dati i .n Miami, Florida, this nth
.!;i\ ,.i February. A I' 1971.
REX TOZER
As Administrator
C T A
First publication "f this notice on
the 2th day ot February. 1*71.
JOSEPH DIBARTOLOMEO
Attorney for Administrator, C.T.A.
M"" Bird Road, Miami. Florida
2 26 .'! 5-12-19
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
-: ,', is H KltKlii Gl VEX I
the
liu u
.,1 FAN i ERMIXATIXG C<
PAX V a S.W. ( Strei lliat
registei
h I. k of the Cir u
of l inde ''' M n s. Florida
PAN AMERICAN EXTERMINATING
COMPANY IX<
SPARBER. /.KMKI.. ROSK1N &
ii ii!. I I;' -v-\i:i: p A.
ah.th.;. k for applicant
inn x. Bisca) Boulevard
Miami, Florida
;) 12-19-26, 4 :
that
Sid Sherman Opens
A New Restaurant,
The new restaurant opened
Biscavne Boulevard and 144th St.
by Sid Sherman, who was former- !
Iy affiliated with Fan &. Bill's, i
will be called Sherman's Resl iu-
rant. and feature a modestly
pried menu, ranging from chop-
ped steak to pompano amandine
served with salad and baked
potato.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-4550
FRANK B. DOWLING
in lit: Bstati ''
i'.I'.i iRGE s LEVY
I......ased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which V"U may have against
the estate of GEl 'RUE S. LEVY de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florldn,
i" the County Judges ol Dade County
"ml file the same c iu;!i-;i: and
as pro Ided In Bei I..... "S3 16, Florida
Statutes in their offices in the ''"in 13
Courthouse In Dade County, l"l"ii'l".
~i\ calendar months from the
lime i the first publl atlon hi oi
the same v ill be ban d
i I it Miami, Florida this 11th
das "i Fi bruarj A.D 1971
ZEV W KtMIAN &
Al BERT F1E1 D
As Co- Exei utors
First publication of thii
thi- -'-ill day ol '' bruarj i"1
CAID'X. R' iTHEXBERG K< KSAX.
K' IRX BLI M & Rl ITHEXBERI;
i.v y.\\ W Kl lOAX
l i. ...; Rd Miami Beai h, Fin.
2 26 :: 5-12-19
NOTICE UNDER
FICTiilOUa NAMfc LAW
XO'l II .- L& tir.i.r.iii i!hr,N
ih. unueisigueu, ucsiring to engage
in business under me tictltlous name
.1 junuo.v .- .mati.I.n, M.D. at
s._ < ii.i Koa< Miami, Flonua In-
LenUs i" I't -1 Buid name with the
i i, i oi ;.. < 11, int Court "i l lade
liu j Florida.
.on.I"'A .- MATLIX, M.D P A.
S|-Ai;i:i.i.. /.I...I.1-. Kl '.-Isi-s :
iii-.i i.i.i. i.\ \ r.i; i- A
Attorneys i"i applicant
In" N. Bisi a} te Blvd,
Miami, Fionaa
3 12-19-26, 4 2
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-673
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE; Estate !
XBTT1E Bl IOKMAN
I.....ased.
Ti All Cn ditors and All Persons Mav-
Dig Claims "i Demands Against Said
Estate:
\*>u an hereby notified and re-
i quired to present an) i lalms and de-
mands wbii-b you may have against
. estate of NETTIE BOOKMAN,
.!, easi a late "f I lade Count). Flor-
ida, i" the County Judges "f Dade
i Dunty, .i .'l file I he same in dupli-
cate .n"l as provided in SecUon 738.-
. 16, Florida Statutes, In Ihelr i I
in the Count) Courthouse In I
County, Florida, within six calendar
months from the time of ihe first
, publication I" reof, or the same w III
I., barred.
Dated .*i Miami, Florida, tli.* 16tu
da) ol F< bruary. A.D. 1971.
Kl 'I'll H SI Hi INFIELD
BEX KRI.Y MILLER
A Co- Execui i
Flrsl publl' :' i '-ti ol ilii~ ii"! n
ith da) of March, 1971.
KEXXBTH X. IU-KAXT
aii..ii.'.' for i "o-Executrli es
Suite 2:..... in" oln Rd. Bldg.
Mluml Beach, Fla.
12-19-26
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY. NO. 71-3505
SU.IT FOR DIVORCE
SAI'l. BE1SDBDOS,
Plaintiff,
MARIA C, 8EISDE1> IS,
I >. fendant.
TO: MARIA C SEISDEDI IS
ISS i entral Parkwaj
A narl menl 4-';
N. u Fork, New Fork
Vou, MAUIA C SEISDEDOS an
hereby notified il at i Bill of Com-
Head:,:, the Sherman', kitchen Jj \ >>'vorc ^ I... > ^J;^
Staff will be Chel Jean, who has serve :i copy of your Answer or :
executive chef with the ftfi,",^ &&!*&$&&*&
Normandie Restaurant u\ Dania1
and th Quo Vadis in Newji'o'rk.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY 'IIVKX lli.it
ih, undi i slgni d, desiring t" ngage
in busln under ihe fictitious name
of .1 .si R II VRDWARE DISTRIBU-
TORS m 6S2 S.W. 5th Street,, Miami,
Florida Intend t" register said name
with." the Clerk of th,' Circuit Court
. | i ladi Cou Florida,
JORGE RENE TI'MA,
PARTNERSHIP
:t 12-19-26, 4 :
Mr. Sherman, who is assisted by
his wife Sylvia, has an extensive
background in the culinary in-
dustry. He si trted to work for his
father, Bill, in the "original" Fan
& Bill'- on Miami BeaoftfH the a'ge
of 17. and later commuted be-
tween Miami and Glens Falls
N.Y., where he worked summers
for another of Fan & Bill's
operations.
Chapters Of Women's
League Set Meetings
Mrs. Rose Hochstim. president
i Lincoln-Miami Beach Chapter.
Women's League for Israel, has
announced a regular meeting in
the 100 Lincoln Road Club Room
Tuesday.
The Florida Chapter will meet
at 12:30 p.m. Thursifay. March 18.
in the Forte Towels Auditorium.
1200 West Ave. Rabbi Harry Jolt
will be the guest speaker. Freda
Kaufman is president.
,1*1:11111111- ,'lliorney. r.r i.' '.\ .- .v j
l.rr.M.W'. 612 Alnslej BuHdtng: llKi
rst*Avenue. Miami, FJnrldaj, :'.:ii:'.:'. smM
fib- ih.' tVrticinal Aiv-tv, r or Pleading! lit!
the office "f the Clerk "f the Circuit
Court on or before the 3ftth day oil
March, 1971. If you fail to !" -".
in.ii-mi. b) default "ill be taken
against you for the relief demanded j
In the Bill "f Complaint.
This notice shun be published once
each week i'ir f"ur consecutive weeks
ill THII .IKWIKII IM.'U.II'IAN'
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami.
Florida, this 2Srd day "f February
A.D. 1971
E 1: I EATHERW AN, Clerk,
Circuit i""urt. Pmlr- Cii'iiv. Florida
By: MAHiil'KHITK KENT
li.miiv Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal 1
BPROXSOX 1 ITMAN
S1J \11-1.v r.m'.iiiii-
M N.E '-' \v, nil.-
Miami, Florida 8S1S!
2 21
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
th.- undersigned, desiring i" engage in
business under the fictitious name oi
RENE MARKET al 10927 S.W, 40th
Street, Miami, Florida intends to
said name withe the riork
of the Circull Court of Dade County,
Florida.
RENE SAID
.1 12-19-26, 1 '2
Play America
for the
percentages.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\-i I'll !: IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t" engage
in business under the fictitious name
r>f FURNITURE Cl BARANCE CEN-
TER at 98 N E T4th Street. Miami,
Florida Intends to rsiirlater said name
srlth the Clerk of the Circuit Court
nf I> 11 < 1 .< Coiiniv. Fl'-rlda. .
IMPORT FI'KN'n TIIF CORP
n Floridn cnrporntlon
MAX.A IKM DFARB
Attorney for Import Furniture
Corporation
a Florida Comoration d.'h a Furniture
Clearance Center
2'2fi 3.'--12-19
Take stock in America
i- US. Mr*. Bdi Fi Jk.
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UCAl NOTKE
bituaries
NEWBERGER
. AX
330 96th
.1 Ml
, haldenstein. Samuel.
St.. mi; m.isb. -in-
... ... : KANE. James, 7:>. 1500 Ra> Rd M I!
A\ .-.. Miami OorUun.
each i'..-.-..I auj i iiur-.i.i>. March KLEIN, Bertha, 73, 1924 Polnl Baal
= II. had m.iii. in- home In Miami pr Riversidi
' ', i'-'" -- >"> coming trom pomeranc. linruch, so, 950 Baj Dr.,
n>i. and u'am ixuii'i- r and owner \i nj Riverside
'-' ["aner Products *'" REBACK. Isidore, 7ii. 441 Collins Avi .
' lyj"i.....i l;in kodesh M.U. Riverside
*Ui '" survived b) In- ROTHBERG. Morris, S6, 774'. Hard-
- n, Samuel II ,.i Miami, ;. daiurh- [. Av,. M 1; Riverside
i.i Mr* Phyllis HublKklii .if Bald- | RUBIN, Ruse 66, 1403 Euclid Ave.,
V.IH. \.i., 4 brothers, sisters and : \j |> Riverside
jtruiidihihlren Services were, held j SINGER. Milton] t, 7635 Harding
iri.i.,\ .ii tKirdon Pinierul Hume Ave M H Riverside
1 Ml N.......'" UNTERMAN. Anna. 61, 8839 Kum-
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 iSRANT McCARTY.
Plaintiff,
LOUISE Cask McCARTT,
Defendant
to: louue cask Mccarty
3iil^ "K Avenue
tECAl NOTKE
Oulfport. Mit-si.sMppi .... .-;;v,.T. "i'oi*ivai *v
V..u. LOUISE CASK McCARTT, By: EDWARD E.Lfc\IN80N
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY 01\KN ihal
the undersigned, desiring i" engage
m business under the OcUUous names
of Eul'lTY a.ssi'IAi|-.. and
SOUTHERN DEVELOVBRS at 1490
S K. lOlsl Street. Miami Shores, no-
rMa 83139 mteaog iu regisin said
name with the Clark ol ihi- Circuit
Court '( Dade County, Florida
Dated February '. l!'"'
|;|h;ak D. BCHHAI H
MYEP.s, KAPLAN, PORTER,
LE\ IN Si >.\ & KEN1N
UGAl NOTKE
are hereby notified tli.it a Rill
i. i'
Complaint "for IMvorca Jus .bean tiled]
iiK.niist you, and you are required t>
nerve ;i copy "i your Answer or Plead-
ing to tin- Kill of Complaint on the
Plaintiff"* attorney. EPRONSON ft
LITMAN. 612 AinBley Buildnm. Miami,
Plorldn 83132 and file the original
Answer or Pleading In the office ol
f, Attorneys tor Applioanl
S 12-19 .
KRATISH
4.
Ul\ r-iil
saltzman. Benjamin Morris,
i,i ph |-...; \w. 2S59 Leonard Dr., M.B. Riverside
Be i. mi .i .,.. Prlday! ZEITyN *"" '' '*' Collins Ave.,
'.,;, r\5.SSrHe ^iSaSSS buchoalT/V;,,,., ,,. l4So ..,,..-.>
lual Ave., Coconut drove Gordon the Clerk ot the Circuit Court on or
MILLARD. Morris, 83, 1865 N.E 121st before the 2nd daj of April, 1971.
I,. mi.. : ol ii,, II. i n n A. .i.i, mj
.1 i iholel Torah Veshlvs He It
survived b) wife Ann. daughter*
. t N'orman (Joanl Clnn nl of M R.,
.,i Mashu Kratislt of \ Y mother
Kosi Kralisl t alsl rs Mrs
Knnnli Teltelbaum, Esther. Sarah,
I Ruth Kratish ..H "t .M.I-... ::
rothi i.-./.i.. s. in .,:..l Mutsle all
Mutml, and i' grandsons, Serv-
es Men hi '..I Pi Ida) ill Riverside
i 'hupel h Ith Int. i in. m .,i Ml Sinai
mi. i i \
Bu-
rn
Uln* Avi .
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BLUM
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BOURGH. Thorn -
Ide
ERLICHSTEIN. i iussii
Avi M II Rlvel
S
FELTZ. tllllli ll.hil
M II. Rivi i hIiIi
GOLDBERG. Mm mil N K
SI HI.,-1
GOTTFRIED. Rni I Pi
i>l\ii ,. \i, M.H HIvi-i nlde.
JACOBS. Harrj 68 S27
Ave M.H Rlvel
NEVILL. Rei thil T.. 72 VVash-
,;:t.. Ave M.H Rlvel side
-.v.- M.H RlVel
PINCUS. Reicecca, Pi "arlje
\\ Surfsldi I
RICHMAN. Ii 771" I Ii.....
\\.- M.H II
ROBBINS. flai
M.H
SlEGLER. David 7!' ." Southnliors
i \l H Riverside
STREIFER S idle 2H ISnl SI
M.H i: i Itle
TEPLITZ. Bi uei i 76 I'L'I E
i ile
WOLL IN. ... \v .
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ALFIN. .Inn-. 7- '' : v
M.H. I
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l\i M.H I.
GOLDENBEHO. P II 174" t'ieve-
\i M iti en
LEVINE. II I
Pohll I II \ \i II II
LIPSIUS. V.K
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SPENCER. I Miami
,.i\. Hlasbera
AVERY. Judj \ P
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EARP.ETT. Pri dli 7 I" '. I II
AVi M h Riven lie
BENNETT. Meyei i
' VI II > '
BERMAN. ,l;i...I. I Pi
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I.I'M, Hi m.i 7 i 'olllm A\'
M II Hi
BRUSTEIN,
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DWORKUS. .1......Illm Ai
Rlasbera
FISHER. Philin :
>5ew man
GORDON. Annctti X 17
14th Ave N'.M.H ':.
GROSS. Koi man
.
KRAMER. I -I.. .1
i tarnl tlnhle" tlordoi
LAMBERT. Jull Kill llin-
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MILLER, !: -
Ave Rivi rsidf Inti
MORDOH, Julia, Ui
Ml: i ;.,. iloi
PALATNICK S.W. 4
Si I:,'.. i ulili Xelsi
RUBIN. Ri x
Hi: Rlvel
SAC KM AN. S 81
Harbor
WEINBERG.
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CHIi.DS.
DEVORE. Bd I
i Ml S'elsi
FREEDMAN. It
St I '
GROSSMAN I

BUCHDALL. Wallet
Ave., i '"i nl i tables. Riverside.
fabricant. Annie, >4 1021
did Ave., Ml: Clordon
Goldman Meyer. 74. tin Nautilus
In M.H Rlasbers,
krasne. 17-i.ii.. 69. 7430 Ryron
Av. .. mi: Riverside
ROSMARIN. Nathan, 73, 1130 I7u.li.I
V\. M.H Ri> ri -i.i.
RUDOFSKY. Albert, 7". 1451 Ocean
Dr M l'. I Hasher*.
SCHWARTZ. Bstelle. 76. 5HH Cllins
Avi M R Riverside
SCHWARTZ. Jnck H "" 231 X E
h SI Ki' i side
ZUCKERZBRAUN. Dr Raer, 76, 8811
Proude Ave.. Surfslde Riverside
liitt-i-in. nt Ml Ni Imi
AZINE. Ariii Rotterud, 191 X 17
IB7th SI X M II Rh ersldi
CORTLAND. Contl, 71, 610 S
I n M II Xe ni, n
ELIANSK Y. Sarnh 88 13......in
Di M.H Rlvi rvlde
Elkind, Dan n 6: "t" cvilln*
Av. M i: Riverside
EPSTEIN. Hannah I
I'. M.H. Rivi i -M.
GOLDBERG. Ruth. ::. 1231 N B
Ter Rlvel nidi
GREENE. ':.! :: Rob) rl 61, IS4!
S W ".lb Ti r '..! dim Inti
Ml Xebo
KARAS. I'll lolllh 7- IS U t\ esl Av. .
M i:. v.\\ ,t- i.i.
PERI.RTEIN. Alexandei Kiskin, 7...
i '.illni- Ave Sunn} l-l- -
X. nt.,ii
BARILE. Anthony 7_ 15720 NE
15th \v. RlVel
BERMAN, Mori : 510 S.W 6tl
A\ R|i erside
BRONSTEIN. Ma> lonloll
DAVIS Km.mil. I. 74 lllll .Mil
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FLINK. II .si 7 1119 Oc.llli \w
M I! Rlvi n .I.
JACOBS, Sydni 63 1242 All
Ml: X i
JURM ARK. V "111 SI .
Mil 11 i i
MASON. Hen v 7- ..... !' I '
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S' OAN Hell i. 7- 7 I' 179th I >
X \l II Xi man Inti rmenl Ml
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SMITH. Phllln, 7- 7123 II. il In
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thal, Rnnin is>-
Ave Mi: Xe man
TURNER. 1 .n- I
\ \ Itn rside
WOHL. Ann I. 7"
\ -. M It Rlvel
FELDMAN. Rtlytlie A
S' MR Hivel
GRA BUS Vatl 76. lilt! eat I "
M II Riverside
LIPSON. A It., it. IRtll Lcoi
1
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POSNER. Harr) S.W 4th
v,iu fall to ili. so. juditnii-iit by default
will be taken acalnst you for the
r-lb-f demanded In the Hill of <""in-
plaint.
This notice shall b.. published once
Mich week for i..ui consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH PLOR1DIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED ot Miami.
Plnrida, this L'lili da) ol Pebruary,
K It I.KATIIKKM AN. Clerk.
riri ni Court, Dad* Count). Plorlda
Rj MAKdl'RRfTR KENT
II.-iUlv I'l.ll,
(i *iri nil I'i'Urt S. :il i
BPRONS) IN A L1TMAN
Ai t.n nej t'.'t Plaintiff
I i \ E i-i Av .-mi.'
Miami Plot ilti
612 Ainsl.v RulldlnR
::77 -:..-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CASE No. 71-3706
MAIMS" II RETHl'NE
Plain
i -
lllirxiS'M RETHl'NE
I'. : nduiil.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
T. i\\ ii : ib iRDON M RETHINK
\ ] I. Pled Post i Iffli
Sat l 'alii 96601
VOl" ARE HBHERY NOT1PIED
suit for divorce has been fib'il
uftaliiHi you Vou must fill your
i-i other pleading with Ihi*
office on or before the 5lh rta> ol
Vtnil iv7i and ii cops tin reof mu
I served on JOSEPH C l AUBSKL.
Vttorue) for Plaintiff. 719 S.-' I" i *
i'.uililinc, Miami, Plorldn 33132, or .i
u i'i be ntered nanlnt i you
DATED ibis 25th daj of February
1971 ul Minim. M.hI.- i V tiniv. Plorldn
); It I K VTH BRMAX
i'i.-ik Circuit Comt
I lade i 'ount). Piorida
R>: P I". IPKI VND
n. miti rierk
II it. nil i 'in S. all
:: 5-1! I
-. 1200 IV esl
rlva in.i
Rath
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Notice is hkkehv ui\ bx thai
tin uudci i.i desiring to i i
in busii ki ini". r the fictitious
..I JUST-RITE CLEANING .V: MAIN-
TENANi I SERVICED i' u
I i i i I .- i i i
name n-lth the i'bi k ul Ihi I "Ii uil
in ol 1 i.i I. i' luutj Plot Ida
l: l i.ah .
8'12-19-21
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
REIXALDO AROCHA,
Plaintiff,
AMALIA s iASTi:i.l.\\i>s
ARI 'IMA.
Defendant.
TO: Amullii s Castellanos Arocna
176 Edison Place
Newark, New Jersey
You, Am.ill.. S Castellanos Arm ba.
in, hereto notified thai Rill ol >'-
plaint f"t Divorce has been filed
nfralnsl you, and >"u are reau
pi >. ., opj ..I j our Ansu.-i- or
plendlnR lo the Hill I Complali I on
the Plaintiff's attorney. PETER M
I.iiPI"/.. 202 Robert* RulldliiK, Mi-
ami, i'i"- Id ii 'l file ihi
ii.ii An-v, "t Pleading In the office
of the I'll rk <.t the I'lri-u i Cout' on
or bef)ire Ihe 2nd dnl ol \pril
ii i.hi f:ni t.. do -... iudicmi nl b> !.
i fault will be taken niralnsl you fot
the relief di-mandeil in Ihe Rill of
i 'omplarnl
r|. ,.i i pul 'I once
I Iiirl 'Ul ectll
i i: JEW ISII I'i fiRI'H v
DtiNE AND '111 lEREl
. i d a) i I
A D '"71
i: i: I r \THERV VN i
Court. 1 Coiintv. F
Rj ,; VRUUKR'TR KB
Demits Clerk
., i i i -; il i
PRTRR M i 'I'I/
Kill ; :
>i ni' !' "
1 Attorns r for Pin
., .
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
LAM VR CULPHPPEH
Plait
.
ii IRA I BE CULPEPPBII
Defi ndaiit
Tt CORA I BE i'i I !'l PPER
Vou CORA I 1717 CUI.l'l
il that .i Rill of i
lilaInI i I lit ni him Ii
.ii;.-.ii-t you and i
-. rv. II iMipy of >'oul \ i' ,
Ihi Rill of Cm
PI.....n ntloi in-) \ ItTII I'll .'
. 'i rsi >.\ i:s
Plorldn
' nrlK \ oi Pli
Of I III e I I i '
rull Court thi 'i.i v
M "7' It inti
i be I
nicalnsl you
in tin Rill of Con
IS INK \
ia, ihi"
KM :
B r I.B \-i 'i' RMA." '" rk
Circuit Coui i,
II) M.M1 KENT

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g--poisj \-... 77 R12 CfiHIn* Av
till Ni
WESSON, i .........X.E 17th
11 .
Got. dn ER, Abrnhai rs S W
25th Si Rlvel i in. 1.1 Ml
Sinai
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-802 (Blanton)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
111 RK 17- late "f
till \'i: PERLHERd,
H .,-. .1
VII Cred i All Pel koiii Hut
' ': I lemai 'i '.i .- i Attorney f p
ire hereb) rid t.
u in. Ii you nut) '
the -'. fiRACE PI RLRBRti
: i Dadi i
' u it) Juditi c : l >adi
slid file Ihe .-..in. In dutili-
llte :ilni as pro) i.b l ii Sei liol 7
16, Plot
ii i "oun I > i 'out 11 nusi II II
I) |.-|. da. within si>
from tin- time ol
b. ri ..i r tin i
' I I I '1,1- 1-!
da] ol Mai rh, \ I > 1971
dEt iRdE .1 T K\ I A XI >KP
,H ISBPH PERI.HERi I
A- Bxectitoi
i ''- null ll itl......n
,i... \i
TAI IAXO i \ RADBH
for Exei'Utoi
Road
Miami l leai i PI irld
i ,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
i |
he u to i
In .. i
III T( HERS SI PI I
......
i pi ,
i inn- will lie I ol Ihe i 'n
I in Count) Kloriiln
DA ED ul M i
dBi iRCIK PINI KNI ^
'il v i:i I i
IIARRV i cype:
i 'M'.-n a- v. i Ins
> \ i py Road
Ml IT' 'I"
I I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO. 71-3500
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
AI.HI7KT KI ICNZ'-r:.
Plaintiff,
THERESA Kl'KNZl.K.
MbW K.'KNZ.K :
Broadway, Rayonne, New Jersey, ai.k
HEREBY -Xi l'll'li:|i t" fib- your
written defense t.. ibis divorce with
the Court's Clerk and set v opy
upon I'laintifi Altwaays. VON
ZA.MPT & s.\irrn. I< Capital Bank
Itldu Miami, Plorlda "" ot < ton
,,l. -...ii, ,i.,i ,.! March, I9il. else the
Complaint ill t laken a- conl--------1
Dated PBU 28, 1971
K II 1 EATHERMAN. 1 Kl.K
BY: MAROI'ERITE KENT
1 leput) i'i'
(Cln uil Court Seal)
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS IIKHKlCi OIVKN Ihal
Ihe underslKiied, desiring in etmaice
,n business under the fictitious name
I THE SI RPRISE l.i'l'MIK II at
1661 S \\ 27th Avenue, .Miami. Plot
i.b. intend* i" i ild itami Ith
the ii.il. "i Ho Circuit i'.'in i ol D......
Count). Pkirida
ISABEL HAI.DBN
KESSI BR, ROTH, SHEKAHSKY .v.
RECKBRMAN
\ti..i ue) t.'t upplb -nit
12-19
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 71-695
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
ll RE I
M Vl'ltlCi: B SHEI.N
......- ,i
To All Cud
Belli I

V .ii i In
: i .i
MAI RICE It SHI IN .1.
lull I '. ... CoUlil Plot lila.
I fib. tin
: .i.i
u
ri.it -
w jthin six Iront
mi of the first pit
,i ..i be bin
led nt Mian I rd
|. mi AH 1971
I 11 I IAN SHE
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First pul p on
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Minnie' 1'' l'> till
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORID*
CASE NO 71-361?
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
- \ .. I
I'll
i -
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I......
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i ihe Plain
IRW IN ii CHRIS!
. Kami, 1
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Pli thi .....' il.. i 'l.-rk
Court on befi ll
Mail. 1971 it you fa
ii ,i \- 'i i .
ii i i. de -
fnmplii I for D(vi
Th ki hall bi publlshi
1 for four consei-utlVi leeks
i >\ ISH I'I ORII ilAN
I1"-.'' and ORIiERED nt Miami.
I v
n -v 7 '
E.14 I B VTHER.M VN I i
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11 M Midi "ERITl: 1.1:
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GELB
MONUMENTS INC.
Opta lyery Day Closed Sobbofb
J4fj SW 57th Ave. MO 1-8583
.-...Miami'% Only Strictly Jrnrith
Monument Dealer
&wmtti(Acy>e
Mml.er:
National Puneral
I'lrertors Aaan.
Plnrtda Fiin.-i nl
Ldiertnr* Asbd.
j.r.D.A.
865-2353
/t0 U**nlr finl St-nt
t>MM&MISH*>
NOTICE OF
WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE
1 IT .1. IS HERERT fll\ i-:\ .1 .,
I
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' VII'
LINKS a Mot i
irlrtue of its uari li |

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da) ol March, 1971
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N't iTICE IS HEREB i OfVI \
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
CASE NO. 7'
NOTICT BY PUBLICATION
' "
I'AVII
VOl DAVID VI Mill
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERER1 tj|\ i:
'"..
Ireet
| North Miami. Florida 33161
3 '6-12-19-M
r Appllcanl
Dum nl Plasa Center
' Miami, Piorida Hani
3 :-r_'-i9-:o
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-859
(ARTHUR W. PRIMMI
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
III RK Bstati I
i' >B RAHINl '\\ IT'/.
|l'i aseil
To \ i | All Persons ll .
Ben \i i ll
" >i are hi relij ol d i d ri
n
J nU in i\ Im
JACflR \: ill M IW IT
Phil
;. 11 Count) Judi nl I
ml file the ,' noI
.....\ ul. .1 In s.-, iii-ii *
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Ploi .i i i montl
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hen
imi Piorida ll
da) ol k.D
i;. ,1 | HE ,| | iSTKIN
TAN VA ZAI I r \
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SPARHRR KRMBI ROSKIN
urn i-i'i i\n ii:
pm 'I'issii i\ \ i. \.,s, -i vii, ,\
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEHHBV OrVBN that
the uiiil.-i(ii-ii, ,i. daairimr to vinatf"
in husrnesi under ihe fii-titinu- name
ol MAI B BOQ si 76l.t lmdelan.l Mall.
Miami. Piorida int.mis to recfater
ii 'in with the Clerk of the Ciicult
Court of Dade County, Piorida
BBNRfCH CORPORATION
a Florida porporaUoa
V171.Si iN' A FF.I.miAN
Attorneys lor applicant <
11U Kane Concourse
Miami Beach, Plorlda
:,T,-12-19-3
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I
March
12. 1971
-lenlstnvridnar
Page 15-B
USAlNOTKE
BriCL UNDER
FICTlfbuS NAME LAW
ICE ISBlBHERY GIVEN thai
, aadersignvd. desiring '' engage mi
hUSl^^^^^^^g? Ihe
' .siHVILLE, I
....aki Road i "i Miami
IM. Hli Mat ulth III.- Clerk f tile
iroe* Court nf Dade County.
listed at Miami lli-ach. Florida, this
rch. 1971.
.INCOLMMi.I. CAFETERIA, INC
a F%Frid.i 'oorntion
^H l.l> In
' Miami
, WITNET ft K ......
-meyfor Applicant
; Kami Beach, I':
UGAL NOTKE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 70.18804
SUIT FOK DIVORCE
ANNIE LEE DEAN,
Plaintiff,
JOHN DEAN,
I Icfondanl
TO: JOHN DEAN
You, JOHN DEAN, are hereby no.
lifted th.it a Hill of Complaint for
Divorce lias been filed against you,
and you are required to serve copy
i
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-659
in RE: Batate ol
IIY.MAX HCHREIER
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and am Persona Hav-
ing Claims or li, mainly Agalnat Said
Kstate:
Y..u are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
I which you mav have against the aa-
ta.....f li y.man SCHKEIER deceas-
ed late of Dade County, Florida, to
| the County Judge* of Dadc County,
ml file the same m duplicate and
your Anaweiror'Pleadingr to the mil :,s ,-,. vlded in Kection 783.1, Plorida
' "",',','.,",'./',". ,?JMntIlr^a,.SEE, I Statutes, in their office* In the County
KZi J -A, 'o ^^oM,.*,^AT?- Courthouse In Dade County, Florida,
ah street, suite 100, Ml- within six calendar month* from the
LEGAl NOTICE
UGAL NOTKE
IN TM COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND F< -i DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
I No. 84791
n 1(1-:: Bstnt.
SIIIKIJCY It IPPEI MAN.
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Credit.-- aim All Persons (lav
in* Claima oi I > maml.-. Against Said
' You are hei. i-nuli -
id to present any <-l:in- a.id demands
Vhlch yOU Pla\ h..\' ;hmui-I o-
,ate of Kill" i:v I! '' H'PEI M \\
.taed lat. I Had. Countv. Florida
to the Count
and file the
provided In
uitea. In 'iiu-
iv Cdurthou
rlila. within -
the time of '
of. or the Bane ill
Paled at '
day of Fehri % \ I' l:-7l
DAVII \
A-- '
First puhh
2th day
HERBERT I !I".IM"N
Mtnradr for -ator
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCL I I COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CISCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTV CIVIL ACTION
No. 71.4343
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
VIRGINIA RICH API i.-a >.\, Plaintiff
VH.
Kit.VEST RICH All I IS' i\", I'. f.ml.i nt
TO: ERNES'I RICHARDSON
Realdet'i i m.
You. UNKS'l PI' "II AltDSOX, are
hereby notim-l that .> I'.ill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has l.e.-n filed
against you, and you are required lo
serve a copy van Aii.v.h : PI.Mil
11IH U> the I'-:'.] < I II11.f:. '!t oil the
I'1 I Stiffs nitoriiev, law offices of
Ptili-ACK, WO..M .\ PATH. 17i>n
Northwest 7 >-.,.. > ;.
Miami. Florida and file the original
AilKWer Or PL adiig ill the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
I< fore the
you fall t" '! ;ii.lcm. : I > de-
fault will b< ciki n against you for the
r.llef Aetna : in the Bill ol Coin-
plaint.
Tbla Ssttloc 'hall he published once
each weik for four on-.- -alive weeks
iii THE JE
DONE AND iiHMKHKli at Miami.
Florida, this Mli dav of March A I>
1971.
A B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court Pad.- Pnun',--. Plorida
By: c I., vi U'axukk
1 Df.'Utv i lerk
11 Irrvlt C*urt Seal)
I .aw Office* of
P< HJ.ACK. Yi "< >\l & PATH
17.10 N.W. 7ti s-
MiaaaLPIaTida MI'S (642-9996)
AttonHra for Plaintiff
I/1I-19-I* 4 I
, ami, Florida JS1SR (642-9996) and fil
i thi original Answer or Pleading in
.r the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on ,.1- before the 2 day of April
'71 11 you fail to do .... Judgment by
v ill be taki n ngalnal you for
Ihi ellef 'h in.in.I. .1 in the Hill ol
Complaint,
This notice shall he pubtlahed nnci
each i- eek f. r four 1 nnaei utli......
in Tin: JEWISH FI.I IRIDIAN.
|i. iNB AND ORDERED nl Miami.
Irtl day of Pebruary
A P 1971
p p. IP vii pi:\i.w. ci. ric
1 'm ull 1 ui I "'- I 'ountv Florida
p, .' p .-. ii-i t v \T>
D> 'iuty Clerk
rcii u .....is in
Put 1 ACIC. VOCOJI A PATH
; 1 v.-- thu --. 7ih si
. I Ml
pi ... 12
for Pli infill
tlrai of the first publication hereof
or ih< name wlllbebarred.
I lated ..I Miami. Pli ri.la. this 18th
day 01 February, A D, 1971
PRED A HCHREIER
RUTH Pa Hii:\ST 1:1 V
As Exei ii'o. -
l-'irsi publication of this notice on
lh< iii day of Mar, h. 1971.
HARR> ZI'KERNICK
Al torn. > 1... Exi uiors
Ij" Ian. ..in Road
Miami Reach, Florid.-.
3 5 19-21
IN THE COUNTV JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-884
(DOWLINO)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
ti, ..,
"i l\ E \ LEV IN
I ii
ro All ( ; d All P.....
Ing 1 lalma 01 J > mui -I- A

You an hen by nol d re-
' linj Cl nil- .1 !. -
mnmlM 1 li h > -n m ly h
the estate of 11| i\ i-: v i.i:\ 1
tli eased :..t. ,,f Dade Cou ity, Pli 1
lo the County Judges ol Dadi
Counlj nt |i the name in duph
-it. and as provided iii Si cllon 733
in, Florida Statutea, in Iheir nil
the County Courthouse In Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within si\ calendar month)
fr.-ni the lime of the first publication
nr the name will be ham d
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
-. II ICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the underxlgiird, deairina to engage in
- n [.I. r the fictitious 0a me of
\CTlON META1, Pin d .1 1 "is nl
loth Avenue, Hialenh, Florida
- 1 -.i .....n. with
thi ''!. rk of Circuit I "our! ol
1 UI 11 da
yi \pimii: in n.iix'
I1IENVKNIDO li PA.IH'.i'.i
'. I-'.<- I Bit, Pi ith. SI 1 i:i; \l ISK Y
I
Lpplicanta
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I
G
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
EDUARDU JOSE Fl.f >K1>.
Plaintiff,
JCIJA HE8TITUTA BULACIO DB
I'l.llKKS
I lelelldallt.
TO: MRS. .lll.IA REBTITUTA
I'l LACIU DE F1A)RE8
A in.-i nan 77i'.
I i.an Punea, Cordoba, Argentina
You, JULIA RESTITUTA BULACIO
DE PPLORE8, at.- hereby notified
that a Hill of Complaint tor Divorce
has heen filed agalnat you. ami you
are required to nerve u ropy of your
Anawer or PI.-uiI.iik to the Mill of
Complaint oil the Plaintitl's attorney,
TED 1: TSOUPHAKB 2Z" Miracle
Mile, Suit.- 223, Coral Gablea, Florida
. .1 and file tin original Answer or
Pleading In the office of the Clerk
ol the Circuit Court on or before the
20th day of March, 1971 II you tail
io do .... judgment bj di fault will be
.1 : r 1 Iii relief de-
111.....1.-I in llli Kill ..: Complaint.
'i ntiri hall he publl hed nnca
each ei for fou uiieei utlv. weeks
In THE JEWISH FI.ORIDI \ v
I IN I-: A.'-- |i ltl 'I'.l.Ill 1 :t Miami,
tins |t|i ,1.1) ol Febi uai ,
a n 1971.
1:. 1: l.i-:.\'l HERMAN, Clerk.
L'n int '"i" '. 1. di '* limy, i-'ioi 1.1.1
By: C I.. ALEXANDER
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY Q1VE.N tl it
the underalgned, dealrlng to engage
business under tin- fictitious name '.
ALLS WINDOW CLEANING at !
I-:. 35th Street, Hialeah, Pla, inte 1
to reglater said name with the Cle '.
of tin- Circuit Court of Dade Coui
Florida.
HERIBERTO PEREZ
JESl'S PEREZ
JPA "' I >E1.E< IN
:i 5-12-15
I 11 an \ 1 1.
(Circuit I "ourt Si H I
TED E TSi ifl'K
22H Ml I lie, Suit.
Coral fiabli V
TEL: 1 :. -". II 1-10.17
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R ". -. 1 1
tin- r.id
IN TM COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-812
In KM: ata1- < :
HHMJLOII.FAVII
OMMMgMd
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To AH Creditor- and All Persons ll.lv-
K CUUne or Iielliamls AKainst Said
F.staU:
You are hir.l-y :.....Ii-.l and requir-
I topreaeni -v claims and demands
hich POU m \ lave airainst the es-
tf OX -BKI. \ lill.l-'AN'I deceased
le of Dtkde County. Florida, to 'ho
unty Judges ol Dade County, and
c the aam.- in ilupli. it.- .unl -is pm-
led In lection 733,16. Florida Stat-
niei. In thci: s in the County
.urthouae m Pad.- Countv. Florida,
ithla alx calendar months from the
me Of "the first publication hereof.
- r the amm. -ill be barred.
I>n*ed at Miami. Plorida. this 2Mh
day of laibnia'y. AH I'i7l.
KV W. KHC.A.N
As Executor
First publn ,1.....1 of this notice on
' e tth day .-f Man-h i"7i
\rDIK, RfiTiipvp.Ki:';.
MIAN I
.: mw Ki .can
1 Lfcwioln IM M It l"li
larMf for Zev W. Koan_
Dated at Miami, Florid 1
day of Mar. h A D, 1971.
BEN LEVIN
IRVING CYPF.N
As Kxeeutors
First publication of this notl 1
tin Ml dav of March. 1071
OVPBN KEVINS
Attorneys for Executoni
Bid Arthur Godfrev Road
Miami It. BCh, Florida 33140
' 12-19-2*
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
DADE. FLORIDA
CASE No. 71-3855
NOTICE TO DEFEND
SANTOS TKolHiSlU1 RELNOSA,
Plaintiff,
\'s.
mauiana nn NA8C1MENTO
REINOSA,
I lefendant.
TO: Mrs Mariana IVi Naaclmento
Kci'nosa
Avenlda Atlantica til
Apt No 1"1
Rio lie Janeiro, OB, Braail
You an- hereby notified thai a di-
vorce suit was filed aKiiinst you. A
copy of your Answer must be served
upon JOSEPH C 1.A1SSP.1.. lawyer
for vour husband, at 7IS Reynold
BMg Miami. Florida, S3132, and the
Original thereof filed in this Office
On or before April 2, 1971 Fad Not
[or Default will be entered againal
you.
Dated this
Florida.
E B. IJ5ATHERMAN,
Clerk Circuit Court
Miami. I lade, Plorida
Ity: MARGI'ERITE KENT
I lei.lit \ I 'lerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
- S-11-19-M
NOTICE B\ PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
tLtVENTH JUDICIAL CirtCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. No. 71-2872
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
.1. dl\" I. IX)PC.LAS
Hit!,
vs
CAROL D I.....; I .AS.
11. ml.int.
I. 1 CAROL H DOUGLAS
Cabanna Apia Apl S'o i
16 Brian lifl IM N.E.
Atlanta. 1 la 30329
You. 1 A 1:111. 11 1 a 'I : 1. as. are
hereby notified that a Bill ..1 Com-
1 nl for In- on e has 1.. on til, ,1
ngnlnsl you. and you an required to
-in a .,.> ol your Anawci 1 Plead-
ing to the Bill if Complaint on the
I"........1 nttnrni y ROBERT 11 1
Bl 'RNS, ESyi'IRE, 350 I. nrnln Itoau,
Miami Bi ni h, Plorida 33139 and lib
the original Anawer or Pleading In 1
he office of the Clerk nl the Circuit 1
Court on or before the ::' day ol March
1971 If you fail to do so, Judgment
by d.-fault will In Ink. agalnat you
foi the rellel demanded !n the Bill
; of 1 'omplaint.
This n..... shall be publlahed nnce
each w.ek f..r foui.....naecutive iveeka 1
1 in THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami.
Florida this 12th day of February
A I 1971. i
I". It I.EATHERMAN. Clerk,
Circuit '"our!. Made County, Florida
By: I. SNEBDEN
Deputy Cbrk
(Circuit 'ourt Seal)
ROHERTH HPRNS, ESQI.'IRE
:i*.n Lincoln Road
Miami P.. a- ll. Florida 83139
Attorney for Plaintiff
2/19
NOTICE UNDER
IfJ 1 HE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-3874
,Dowling|
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I ale ..I
II .1 AN Ml iSl.i IWITZ
11 .
.....
ng 'I..1111 Del di Agnii I Said
1. It!
Vou ire herehj nol Ifled and re-
1 presi ins and de-
m.mils which you may have against
.a IIVMAN MtiSKOWlTZ
.1 late ol bade County, Flor-
ida, to the Count) Judges of Dade
< ount). and fib the ame In dunll -
cate and as pnivided in Sectioi 7 :
IB, Plorida Statutea, In their offices In
1 in. County C urlhouHi in Dade Coun- 1
ty, Plorida. within six calendar months
from the time ol thi first publication
if, or tin- name will be barred
Dated .it Miami. Florida, this 12th
day ol Pobi uary. \> 1971
yi:T '"A Mi ISK" IWITZ
As Executrix
Fust publ'.cation ol this notice on
the 19th dav of Febi uarj 1971
t'AllilX. ROTHBNBERG, KOGAN &
KORNBLUM
Attorm v 1. r Exi cuti ix
305 Blwnyne Rldg,
Miami, Ploi Ida
2 19- 6 : 5-12
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tl [
the underalgned, deairlng to engau
io business under the t litloui nam-
of CPA DISCOCNT AND < \'l.\l..
STORES: CO.NSI'MER PIKCHSSI
.MIENT8 PA. I' 1' \\ P INC -:
p.. Box 104, Miami, Pla. 3816!
lend* t.. register said namee a tl
Clerk ..f the Circuit Court ol
Countv. Plorida.
Ida City Wide
1 ubllslilng, Inc.
12
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH
ELEVENTH j U DICI AL Cl RCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAD;
COUNTV. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-3041
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
PEDRO I. 1 \/.'.. 1 V.7.
' III
\
M UtIA "I". \ .',/..ri;x
Tl 1 MAPI \ T V \/...il"i:/
ue
Apt. 1 H
Ni V
You. MARIA T
'
u
\ \/..ii KZ,
:i Bill
has I
iii yi in A
lllLi tO I
I ; IASPAR
:
E
II :
the Clei 'i irt
19th tln>
1971. If you tmei -.
for lb. rdlel mm ded in tin B
Co mi il
II be puhlishi
in u i
In THE JEWISH FLORID1 v >
DONE AND iRDERED .1 Mlair
Florida, this Iflth daj of Fi bru
A li I'.'71
i: P. I P VTHERMAN, CIi rk
. i-i 'out I "' 1 "oui '! !'
By M VHIII ER1TE KENT
Deputy Clerk
uit 'ourt Seal I
CASPAR Cl VLDRICH
Crlsiol, Rose and Aldi leh
1 Northi 1 First Avenui
Miami l"
Attorneys for Pie I I
February 2'i. 1971, -Miami
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HF.UF.PY illYKN Ilia!
the undersiirned. deairlng to engage
in business under the flctltnus name
nf MIIiTON ASSOCIATES al 12781 VY
Dixie Highwav, North Miami, Fla
inn 1 ds to register said name with the
Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade
- u ty, Florida.
First investment Development
Corporation, .1 Florida corporation
F.I.I BREGER
Attorney for applicant
1(1499 N" E 19th Avenue
North Miami Men h. Phi
12-1 ft --';
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
IE IS I HEREBY GIVEN that
Igned, dealring to engage
1 under Ihe fictitious name
,\ HISTUIIIPTORS at 3US5
ttnd Terrace, Miami intends to
Bald name with the Clerk of
It Court of Dade County.
ARTITRO MOIJNA
3/19-M 3/S-12
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS?
vJewlst Ik r it in 1
solicits your leqal notice*
W* appreciate youi
patronage and guarantee
irate service at lea"'
WHal .17.1- <6#"
for messeraer rrte
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-733
In RE: Estate of
LEON WF.ITZMAN
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Agalnat Said
Kstate
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which vou nviv have againal Ihe es-
tate ,,f LEON WE1TZMAN deceased
late of Pad.- Cunty. Florida, to the
County Judges of Dade County, and
file the same in duplicate and as pro-
vided hi Section 738.16, Florida Stat-
utes .In their offices In the County
Courthouse in Dade County, Florida.
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hen of.
or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this IS
dav of Pebruary, A I> 1971
DOHA WKITZMAN
As Executrix
First publication of (his notice on
Ihe '.'1 dav of February, 1971.
RALPH f.. BERNSTEIN
Attorney for Executrts
v.i South Washington Boulevard
Sarasota. Pk.rtdaM677 ,,5.,,.,,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that ;
the undersigned, di siring to engage
in business under the fictitious names
of A ADVANCE CRIUSE ("ENTER;
\ Al.l. HOTEL RESERVATION I
SKHYli-r). A CRt'ISE ADVISORS al
.,..', ciiies Avenue, Miami Beach,
intend to register said names
the Clerk of the Circuit Curt of
Countv. Florida.
c.Ki IROE PEP. IIP.
.MORTON OALEN
S/K-12-19-M
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
I FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-437
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Estate 01
I ARTHVR S, ALEXANDER
I -, o, ased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Chin, s or Demands Against Said
I Estate:
Vou are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
' mands which you may have against
the estate of AHTHI'll S. ALEXAN-
DER d.....ased I..... Of Hade Cunty.
. Florida, to ihe County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same hi dupll-
ate and as provided in Section 7r.:t -
I Ifi, Florida Statutes, in their offices
i in the County Courthouse in Dade
County, Plorida, within six calendar
m -ths from the time of the first
! publication hereof, or the same will
' be haired.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this oth
' dav of Pebruary, A D 1971
BERTH \ s ALEXANDER
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
1 the |9t* day ol Pebruary, IS71
SPARBER. ZF.MKt. ROSKIN &
HEILRRONNBR. PA.
; Attorneys for Bertha S Alexander
I inu N Iiiaeayna Blvd., Miami, Pla.
" \<\.:<\. J/S-1S
Fla.
with
Hade
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersiirned. desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious names
of SOL CENTER. M I> : WILLIAM
B. BERRY. M IX: SOL f^NTER-
M.D.. AND WILLIAM B. BBRBT,
M D PA. Intends to register said
names with the Clerk of (he Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
SOI. CENTER, M.P. AND
WILLIAM B BERRY. M.D..
PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATION
SPARBER. ZBMEI. ROSKIN A
HSILBRONNER. PA.
Attorneys for Applicants
ion N. Blscayne Blvd.
Miami. FU 33-42 ,A9-26 3/B-12
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTWTB IS HEREBY GIVEN M '
the undersigned, desiring to 1
in business under ihe fictitious name
, f OTHDER sampi F SERVICE at
4807 Bast l.i Lane, Hialeah, Florida
intends to register said num. with
the Clerk of the circuit Court ol
Dade I"ountv. Pli I 1
IIEA TAR. INC.
GERALD SILVBRMAN
Attorney for Rea-Tar, Inc
mo Roberts Building, Miami, Pla
2 it, :: R-12-1S
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY. NO. 712801
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
GENBVIEVE BROOKS,
Plaintiff,
ROBERT BROOKS, JR.
Defend, nt
You, ROBERT BROOKS, JR., are
hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint' for Dlvori has been filed
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDIC.AL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No 71-3099
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ANTHONY RAY S1EGMAN,
Plaintiff.
vs.
MARGARET 1 SIEGMAN.
I lefendant
TO: MARGARET J, SIEGMAN
8210 Guinea Pike
Milford, Ohio
Y..u. MARGARET .1 SIBGMA
j are hereby notified that a Bill of Con -
plaint for Divorce has been fl!r-
against you. and you are required
1 erve a copy of your Answer or Pli-ae
Iiik to the Bill of Complaint "nfj
. Plaintiffs attorney, MICHAEL r
CHASE, 1...... S 'A'. Third Avenu
Miami. Florida 1312!) and file M->
- mil Answer or Pleading In tl 1
office of the Clerk ol the Circuti
I Court on or before the 19th day
. March, IS71 II you fail to do -
[ Judgment by default "ill be tak-
, against you for the relief demanded
th, inn ..f Complaint,
Tins notice shall be published one*
each week for four consecutive w..
111 THE JEWISH FI.ORIHIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Mian
Plorida, this 17 dav of Pebruary A
P..71
1: p. I.EATHERMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court. Inile County. Plorida
By: MARGUERITE KENT
Deputy Clerk
I. Ire ni' I' -nn s.-ali
MICHAEL P. CHASE
I...... S \Y Third Avenue
Miami. Plorida M12S
Attorney for Plaintiff
I 19-26, :; ".-1J
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to i-nraiee
in business under (he fictitious name
.f noitlA FASHIONS iit 498II Baal
10th Avenue Hialeah, Florida intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit court of Dade County,
Florida
BER MAR FASHIONS, INC
2 19-28 3 5-12
NOTICE UNDFR
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to 1
in hu*lne* nndw '. rletWmi. name
nf GROVE RECORDING UTI'Dffl St
3fi70 Kumollat Av-mie Mi Plor.
Ida intends to e^rlster --.-.i name
with (be Clerk of tie circuit Court of
Hade Ooumv. Fi- i-H-i
Mlehnol 551"- .'
MARSHALL B FIRMER. ATTV
714-A RW. PMIh Sireet
Kendall. Florida 33ir.fi
; 11-19. ;i r.-ii'
1 agalnat you. and you are required to
nerve a" copy ol youf Answer or
Pleading to the BUI f Comnloinl on
the Plaintiffs attorney. MARSHALL
P. FISHER. 7914-A *.W. 104th Street.
Miami. Florida 33ir.fi and file the 01
l-nal Answer or Pleading In Jhe of-
fice of the Clerk of th.- Circuit Cour(
on nr before Ihe 2fiili day of March,
It7t. If vou fail to do so. Judgment by
default will he taken agalnat you for
the relief demanded in the Bill of
Complaint.
This notice shall he published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FI iiKIIM \N
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida (his 11th day of February
A D 1971.
E B I.EATHERMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court. Dade Countv. Florida
By: C. P OOPELAND
Deouly Clerk
(Circuit Courl Peall
MARSHALL It FISHER
7IH4-A s w. iot(h Street
Miami. Florida S31S6
2'19-26 1/5-12
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVF.N (hat
ihe underalgned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
. t TALENT WORKSHOP STVDIO at
12S4V". W. Dixie Highway. N. Miami
Intend to register said name with the
ci.-rk ..f the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
ALLEN C.ADOL
EDWIN BUDOEN
2/19-I*. 3/B-12
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 DIVORCB
1 'ASI'ER BELLINI',
Plaintiff
vs
PRANCES ROSE BEJLLTNO
Defendant
To: MRS FRANCES
Ri (SB PKI.I.INO
1 111 \\ avecreat Avenue
Wlnfleld Park, New Jersey
You. PRANCES ROSE I'.Kl.LINO,
are hereby notified that a Bill o*
Complaint for Divorce has been filed
against you, and you wr-' required t*
serve a cn|iv of your Answ.-r or Plead-
ing to the Bill or Complaint on th
Plaintiffs attorney. AXflEI/O A. ALL
ESQCIRE. Suit. 400 Roberts Bulldtn;
28 West piagler Street. Miami. Flo-
rida JSllli and file the original Answ-
er or Pleading In the office of th -
Clerk of (he Circuit Court on or before
the 26th dav of March 1971, If you fai
to do so. judgment by default will b%
taken against you for the relief de-
manded In the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published nun
...oh week for 'our consecutive week-
111 THE JEWISH ELORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami
j Florida, this lilth day of February
1 AD 1971.
E. II. LEATHERBAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court. Dad. County. Florida
By: C. P. OOPELAND
Denuty Clerk
(Circuit Courl Seal)
ANGEIO A ALL BRQI'TRB
Suite 400 Roberts Building
tH West Flarler Street,
Miami. Ftoridn (HUM
Attorney for Plaintiff
2/19-26 3/5-11


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