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

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"eJewisli Florid!
Combining THE JEYJ-SH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
lu.-ne 44 Number 12
Miami, Florida Friday, March 1?, 1971
e Sections Price 2' :
ogers: Borders Are Not All-Important
WASHINGTON U.S. Secre-
Lof State William P. Ro
it Tuesday news conference
that the United Stall's does not
view Israel's acquisition of ter-
ritory ni! tlie I :\iiti.in front as
necessaiy to a Mideast i>eace
MMeni
pects," I-- ;>' in I'..i! acquisition of territory."
Roger- statement appear .1
to be part of a IS. campaign to
break the deadlock in the nego-
tiations being conduct, d under
the OUspices ot Dr. Clui.iiar V.
Jarring by iHilti; -, public pres-
sure on Isra.-l.
(Diplomat le sources in Cairo
resorted Sund i> that the United
States had promised Kgynt it
would work act:\el\ to: Israel'-.
complete withdrawal from n'.l
Egyptian territory. They said
Joseph Sisco, Assistant Under-
set tary ol State, declared that
some minor adjustments in the
borders between Israel and Jor-
dan an Syria were envisioned.
but Washington would attempt
to persuade Israel to agree to
withdraw from all Egyptian ter-
ritory, i
Israel declared In a formal
statement last week that it has
no intention of withdrawing to
the pro JllIKi .">, 1967 lines in the
Middle East. It has repeatedly
emphasized its de.ire tor secure
and defensible borders.
Mr. Rogers warned that if a
settlement is not worked out in
News Briefs
I III Ships Passover Supplies
jThe Joint Distribution Committee has shipped more than
VTJfpO pounds ol mat/oth and other Passover supplies, to help
Jewish communities in Europe and North Africa celebrate the Pass-
ove* holiday- Samuel I. Halvr, executive vice chairman has
announced.
A"he shipments were timed to arrive well in advance of the holi-
day. Mi Hai..-: el.I :. For Ha to-.irth year in a row the largest
amount, close to 442.000 pounds, was shipped to Rumania. Other
counUv in Furoiv which received Passover supplies include Italy.
Belgium France (i. ..<>. 1'ortu -;al. Spain and Yugoslavia, Mr.
Haber reported, am! l'J.000 pounds of mat/oh was sent to Spanish
Morocco, and close to 70,000 pounds went to Tunisia.
lta-kefellVr lledieates Park
HeRUSALKM iJTAi David Rockefeller, the president of the
Chafe Manhattan Bank, dedicated a new 2tt acre park and chil-
dren playground in East Jerusalem which is named after his
brother. New York's Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller. The funds for the
pat* came from the Eli Wishniek Foundation. It is located next
to the Rockefeller Museum across the road from the Old City Wall,
in an entirely Arab-inhabited area, and is visited mainly by Arab
children
Steeo Denies I sing Pressure
BvVASHINGTON (VVNSi In a letter which appears in the
current issue of the newsletter -Near East Report." Joseph J. Sisco.
Assistant Secret iry of State lor Near East and South Asia Affairs,
denied that the United States was pressuring Israel to withdraw
to her pre war, 1*'.7 borders. "Such reports could not be more
wrong It has nev.-i- been our policy thrtt the Security Council
resolution ol June. Hm7 require* Israeli withdrawal in all cases to
pre-Ju::. .">, 1967 line," he wrote.
Stvil. in l.roups Reeeive Grants
HiEW YORK iWNSi The Jewish Association for College
Youth, a new 1>-established independent organization funded by the
Fedei or. of Jewish Philanthropies, has announced that grants of
RPjBOO have been made to Jewish student groups at Columbia
Bersity and New York University, the Jewish Student Press
Service the N,- York Ficon of Jewish Students and the editorial-
board of a city-wide Jewish student newspaper.
Trr
JERUSALEM (WNS> Defense Minister Moshe Dayan re-
port*! to the Knesset that more than 30 Arab families from the
Gazg Strip who are related to wanted terrorists have been exiled
to jdeserted town in the Sinai in order to prevent them from
Bring the terrorists with money and food. Another 150 Arabs
[the Strip, suspected of maintaining contacts with terrorists.
* being held in a special camp in the Sinai.
orists* Families Exiled
Hstiu May \oi Attend
JEW YORK (WNSI Bayard Rustin. the black civil rights
leafljr who has been named to receive the National Council of
j^Bh Women s 1971 John F Kennedj Award for his service to
nitv. has advised the organization that he will not be present
Kept the award unless the strike of I/xm! 1707 of the Commun-
ocial Agency Employees AFI.-CIO, against the NCJW has
^^H before the Awards Dinner takes p! i
the near future, the situation
could become very dangerous,
and might ever, lead to World
War III. He emphasized that
the United States is willing to
participate in an international
peace-keeping force provided an
agreement is "signed, sealed and
delivered."
"We have never said that Is-
rael had to withdraw from all
territory," Mr. Rogers said. "Our
position has been that it should
not acquire territory, except in
insubstantial amounts, for se-
curity purpose*.
"We don't think that geogra-
phy is solely, or even to a large
extent, responsible for security.
Certainly in modern-day world
situations, geography is not or-
dinarily important.
"What is important." he con-
tinued, "is the political arrange-
ment that is made; the agree-
ment itself, whether the parties
are belligerent and hostile, or
whether they have made an
agreement that is understood by
the international community."
Mr. Rogers also advocated the
demilitarization of the Sinai
Peninsula (which is also favored
by Israeli the occupation of the
strategically important entrance
to the Strait of Tiraii. Sharm
el-Sheikh, by U.N. peace-keeping
forces, and the exclusion of dis-
cussions of the future of the
Gaza Strip from the present ne-
gotiations.
/-
Mrs. Meir's Border Stand
Wins Knesset Approval
JERUSALEM -In a turbulent
session of the Knesset this week.
Pi ime Minister Golda Meir won
an overwhelming vote of confi-
dence for her stand which ruled
out Israeli withdrawal from the
Golan Heights, eastern Jerusa-
lem. Sharm el-Sheikh and the
Jordan River. The vote was 62-0.
with 12 abstentions. The Gahal
bloc's 26 members had walked
out.
The stormy Knesset session
was the result of an interview
with Mrs. Meir published last
week by the London Times. In
it she had itemized for the first
time which of the occupied ter-
ritories her government intends
to keep.
A State Department source,
however, said the U.S. govern-
ment has been aware for some
time of the territorial proposals
made public in the Times. "Sug-
gestions of the kind she made in
the interview have been con-
veyed to the State Department
informally." the spokesman said.
During the Knesset debate,
Sirs. Meir was asked what her
government's official stand was
on the Rogers plan, which in-
cludes Israeli withdrawal to the
pre-Siv-Day War borders with
minor adjustments. She replied:
"We flatly reject the Rogers
plan."
Mrs. Meir, who declared sh !
had no reason to retract any-
thing she had said to the Times
coi respondent, reiterated the six
points she had made in her in-
terview and declared "Israel is
entitled to defensible borders,
and on this it will not compro-
mise."
The points she had made were
(II Jerusalem remains united;
(2) retention of Golan Heights;
(31 Jordan remains a border;
Hi tin independent West Bank
Palestinian state; (5) secure
and recognized frontiers deter-
mined by negotiation; (6) Arab
agreement that issues must be
negotiated, not dictated by them.
Mrs. Meir also reiterated that
Israel must have a presence at
Sharm el-Sheikh and a link with
it from Israel proper, and that
the Sinai must be demilitarized.
Wiesenthal Accuses
Canadian Janitor, 59
MONTREAL (JTA> A 39-
year-old Vancouver janitor has
been accused of having person-
ally directed the machine-gun
killings of 300 Jews while serv-
ing as chief of the Ukrainian
auxiliary during World War II.
Simon Wiesenthal. head of
the Vienna Documentation Cen-
ter of the Federation of Jewish
Victims of the Nazi Regime,
who said the murders took place
at Rudo'f's Mill in Stanislav,
near the Polish-Russian Iwrder.
declared that the Canadian gov-
ernment is morally obligated to
act to bring the janitor, Ivan
Dimitrevich Chrobatyn, to jus-
tice.
"I don't know if he is a Ca-
nadian citiMin," he went on. "but
it he is. the Canadian govern-
ment must bring him before the
courts, because it cannot pro-
tect a criminal. If not, he must
be deported to Germany. We
will wait for the nevt ste;>.
Chrobatyn denied he was ever
a police chief, a member of an
execution squad or even a mem-
Continued on Pa.qe 9-A

w
U.S. Proposes Leasing Of
Sharm el-Sheikh To Israel
JERUSALEM (JTA' The
United States is feeling out the
governments of Egypt and Saudi
Arabia on the possibility of leas-
ing to Israel the Shirm el-Sheikh
strongpoint in southern Sinai or
the off-shore islands of Sanafir
and Tiran opposite Sharm el-She-
ikh, the Jewish Telegraphic Agen-
cy has learned from reliable
sources.
Such an arrangement .vould en-
able Israel to control the strategic
Straights of Tiran. giving its port
of Eilat access to the sen, while
Egypt and Saudi Arabia retained
sovereignty over their territory
According to the report, an Is-
raeli leasehold on the two islands
would be an alternative to a lease
on Sharm cl-Sheikh itself. The
islands guarding the Straits of
Tiran. garrisoned by Egypt un-
der and arrangement with the
Saudi Arabian government in
1967. are presently uninhabited.
Mobil's Recruiting Halted
WALTHAM. Mass. (JTA)
The Jewish Activist League at
Brandeis University has taken
credit for the cancellation of
Mobil Oil Company's recruit-
ment session last Monday.
Students M J. Rosenberg and
Bruce Phillips, the JAL leaders,
called it "a victory in our strug-
gle against those companies that
adhere to the guidelines of the
Arab Boycott Committee." They
added: "We have no doubt but
that it was student pressure
and the tacit support of the
Brandeis Administration, that
led the Mobil surrender."
On Fei. 12. more than WO Jew-
ish students at Brandeis inter-
rupted a Job presentation by
four Mobil executive*, challeng-
ing their company's policy. They
and other students then left the
room, leaving only 10 ot the
original group f about 135 stu-
dent.
Rawleigh Warner, Jr., chair-
man of Mobil, denied last month
that the huge oil operation he
heads now complies or has com-
plied with "a world-wide boy-
cott of Israeli goods." noting that
Mobil observes only those boy-
cotts which are expressed policy
of the government "
One of the Mobil officials, col-
lege relation* manager Robert
Brooksh.ink. told the Jewish Tel-
egraphic Agency that he had
decided not to return to Bran-
deis booause. there had been a
very poor response at the Febru-
ary setMlon, and because it wo*.
uiiUkcIy that Mobil "could get
a fair hearing at this particular
time considering the general cli-
nutte that has prevailed on the-
vampus."
Elaborating on the "unsympa-
thetic climate" at Brandeis.
Brooksbank said the "baiting"
by Jewish students had given
him and his colleagues "very-
opportunity to be rational or
factual." The situation was fur-
ther complicated, he added, by
squabbling among Jewish pro-
test.us" n was all." Brooks-
ank said, "a very distress
situation. especially since Mobil
had considered Brandeis a
source for recruits of the Jew-
ish faith."



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The buildinK industry of Great-
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fred Golden, president of the Hillel
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Jack Chaikl tl Will be installed
as presidi nt, Sonny Levitt, presi-
dent elect, and Irv Kisen, Trie
Gutman, Jacob Weitzer and Jack
Wilson as vice presidents. Also
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George Levy, recording secretary;
Philip Friedman, financial secre-
tary, and Lester Slur, treasurer.
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feature its third annual art auc-
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ATONEOf SEVERAL LOCAL ISRAEL BOND EVENTS
Herut Party's Menachem Begin Guest Speaker
Menachem Begin, loader of thel Mr. Begin, who founded the
militant Irgun in the last days of Herut party and has remained its
the British Mandate in Palestine leader ever since, was elected to
I the first Knesset (Parliament*
and to all subsequent Knessets.
The leader of the second largest
political party and the official op-
position, throughout the past 20
years he has been a member of
the all-important Knesset Commit-
tee on Foreign Affaiis and Secur-
ity.
MfNACHFM UGIN
end fo'.ir.der and head of Herut, Is-
rael's s-cond largest political party,
will be guest of honor and speaker
at a dinner under the auspices of
Capital for Israel Saturday. March
27, at 7 p.m. in the Fontainebleau
Hotel, Michael Litvak. Director of
the Greater Miami and Florida
Israel Bond Organization, has
announced.
Mr Begin, who has been in the
forefront of the Zionist movement
At a "Night in Israel" to be
sponsored by the Israel Bond Com-
mittee of Manhattan Towers on
Tuesday. George Newman, who ha.c
been active on behalf of Jewish
philanthropic causes and on behalf
of the State of Israel for many
years, will be the recipient of the
State of Israel Scroll of Honor.
Chairman of the committee is
Sidney Goldberger: cochairmen
are Jacob Richman and Samuel
Weiser. Other officers include Mrs.
Paul Bach, president; Samuel Weis-
er, vice president; Mrs. Rita Rab-
inowitz. secretary, and Mrs. Lil-
lian Pernikoff. treasurer
Mrs. Frances Bercnu. James
Cohen. Mac May. Julius Meyer-
son. Leo Mintzer, Barney Perni-
koff and Saul Wolfe are Board
members.
NATHAN N. DAJtSKT
since his youth, was a Minister
without Portfolio in the "wall t-
wall" coalition Cabinet that was
formed -hortly before the outbreak
of the Six-Day War in 1967. He
left the Cabinet in August 1970
to head the loyal opposition of
the Government of Israel.
In 1S39, Ze'ev Jabotinsky ap-
pointed Begin to head the Polish
Bet.ir movement. When the Nazis
routed the Polish army soon after
the outbreak of World War II, he
fled to Vilna. where he continued
to organize the escape of refugees
to Pal. -tine. Arrested by the Rus-
sians and sentenced to eight years
in a fo.eed labor camp in ..orthern
Siberia in 1940 he recorded his
experiences in Siberia in his book
entitled "White Nights." He was
released through a political agree-
ment between Poland and Russia.
and shortly thereafter made his
way to Palestine.
As a militant champion of inde-
pendence. Mr. Begin was named
to head the Irgun Zvai Leumi, the
flim of which was to rid Palestine
of foreign occupation and to ob-
tain independence, and organized
operations undermining British
prestipp and authority in Pales-
tine. At the height of his activities
the British placed a price of
10.000 pounds sterling on his head.
Following the establishment of
the State of Israel in 1948. the
Irgun Zvai Leumi. and other un-
derground para-military organiza-
tions were dissolved and became a
part of the newly-formed Israel
Defense Forces.
Nathan Darsky, nationally
known Miami philanthropist, com-
munal leader and veteran leader
for Israel, will be honored on the
occasion of his 90th birthday at a
"Night in Israel" to be held under
the auspices of the Seacoast Tow-
ers Fast Israel Bond Committee
Wednesday evening in the Palace
Room of Seacoast Towers East.
Heading the program will be
Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual
leader of Temple Beth Sholom and
national vice chairman of the Is-
rael Bond Organization, and Rabbi
Irving I-ehrman, spiritual leader of
Timple Emanu-EI and chairman
of the Israel Bond Organization's--
Executive Board. Entertainment
will be provided by the notec
Ameriean-.IewUh folk humorist.
Lew Norman.
Cochairmen of the Seacoast Tow-
ers East Israel Bond Committee
are Joseph Cohen. Ben Essen, Har
ry Frankel. David J. Light. Bill
Leonard and Stephen Muss.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Borger.
who will l)e honored at the Arlen
House "Night in Israel" in behalf
of Israel Bonds at 8 p.m. Wednes-
day, will be the recipients of the
State of Isra *1 Shalom Award.
Prior to moving to Miami. Mr.
Berger was Israel Bonds chairman
in Youngstown. Ohio.
Herbe.'t Lowenstein, who ha*
been chosen to receive the State
of Israel Scroll of Honor during
the Plaza 800 "Night in Israel." at
8 p.m. Thursday. March 25, has
been active in behalf of many com-
munal and philanthropic services.
Mr. Lowonsfin. a member of
the American Jewish Committee,
American Jewish Congress. Tech-
nion Society. Friends of the He-
brew University, the Council for
Soviet Jewry and the Maccabee
Lodge of B'nai B'rith. has visited [
Israel as a consultant for the Pal-!
estine Electric Corporation power
plants, the desalting plant in Flat,
and the water carrier from Lake
Kinneret to the Negev.
Since coming to Miami from
New York City five years ago. he
and Mrs. Lowenstein have been
members of Temple Beth Shalom.
The dinner chairman is Harry
Greenwald; cochairmen are Mrs.
Rose Kopel and Murray Tubelle.
The Right Honorable Viscount
Samuel of Great Britain and Is-
rael, a noted expert on govern-
ment administration and leading
authority on the State of Israel,
will be the guest speaker at the
Kneseth Israel Dinner of State,
Sunday, March 28, at the Fontaine-
bleau Hotel. The State of Israel
Shalom Award will be conferred on
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Kahn for their
leadership in behalf of Israel on
this occasion. The dinner will be
under the auspices of the Kneseth
Israel Committee for Israel Bonds.
Heading the dinner prepara-
tions are Rabbi David Lehrfield.
honorary chairman; David Eisen-
stein. president; Oscar Schapiro.
dinner chairman: Abe Eisenstein.
ill lirman of the Patron-Hosts. Co-
chairmen of the event are Louis
Abrams, Joseph Hoffonberg. Jack
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22 ADAR 5731
Israeli Position Not Popular
"Guarantees" of the major powers to protect the In-
terests of smaller nations has an attractive ring to it at a
time when Israel's obstinacy in regard to much of the terri-
tory it took from the Arabs in 1967 appears to threaten the
possibility of a | settlement in the Middle East.
There is no doubt that, at this point, when even Senator
William Fulbright is in agreement with Secretary of State
Rogers, the Israeli position is not a popular one.
But those who look with favor on guarantees as a
solution ignore a record which is there for all to read
but which only that state, fighting for its life, seems to pay
any attention: the recent "auarantee" of a standstill at
Suez, broken by the Egyptians and the Russians when
they moved the SAM missiles into the area, raising only
mild protests from the United States; the "guarantee" of
free access throu canal which brought the with-
drawal of Israel's from Suez in 1956, (and what hap-
pened when Egypt refused to henor it?); and the inability
of tht United State to get even one other nation to
join it in ti ode of the Gulf of Akaba pas-
sage through which nod been "guaranteed" by the United
Nations in 19
lunich, Tel hoslovakia, Poland and
Middle Eur~ muments to Big Power guar-
rge states had any
ists but ad, soon learned those guar-
antees wen ps of poper when those
interests clashed.
Israel won ht to stand firm for reasonably se-
cure border^ It won it when the Arab states
refused to a< if the United Nations in
1948 and agi -d 1967 when the Arab states
threatened the e of the Jewish state and lost.
It is not as conq>:e;ors that Israel demands their right to
be a self-guarantor oi peace in the Middle East but as
people whose 4.01)0 years of history have taught them to
depend upon no guarantees but their own determination
to survive in a hostile world.
Similar Bill Proposed Here
Tennessee is not one of the areas in which Jews are
found in any significant number. By tradition, it is con-
sidered one of the- "Bible-belt" states. It is significant,
therefore, that Protestant and Catholic clergy expressed
their strong op] to a bill which would change the
state's election day to Saturday.
"The change," it was stated, "would be offensive to
our Jewish brethren and our Christian brothers, the Sev-
enth-Day Auventi'its," who observe Saturday as the Sab-
bath. Such a bill has also been proposed for Florida, where
far more Jews would be affected.
Jews Would Benefit Most
Ever sensitive to the cause of humanity, Congressman
Dante Fascell n-;s introduced a resolution in the House of
Representatives calling upon the President to prevail on
the Soviet Union to keep its commitment, made in 1966, to
permit the emigration cf Russian citizens in order to be re-
united with relatives outside the Soviet borders. Jews
would benefit most if this promise by Premier Kosygin were
I ept but the scope of the commitment goes beyond Jewish
interests and affects thousands of other separated families.
Greatest Need Of Red Cross
Traditionally. March is National Red Cross Month. But
now that most financial support has been supplied through
active participation there is a tendency to forget that the
greatest need of Red Cross is for volunteers, people to do
the work of helping neighbors, people in trouble. Here is
one way you can do your share.
WASHINGTON In any ne-
gotiation, there are three essen-
tials: first, to calculate the risks
correctly. Second, not to delude
yourself about your adversaries.
Anil third, to maintain a united
front with your allies or partners.
The last report In this space
concerned the important signs
that there has t>een a very radi-
cal recalculation of the Middle
Eastern risks in Moscow. Unless
the new signs are grossly decep-
tive, we no longer have to live
with the nightmare of a Soviet-
sponsored, Soviet-supported at-
tempt to crush Israel hv brute
force. The Soviets have retreated
from the brink, after making
their preparations on the brink
for nearly a year.
As THEME words are written,
the formal action has not been
taken. Yet it is generally as-
sumed that the existing Middle
Eastern cease-fire will be ex-
Comment
As a civil libertarian I would
not bar pornography from its
opportunities in the free market
of ideas although my doubts as
to its social value are consider-
able. It also struck me the other
day that then was B great simi-
larity between the skin flick I
hnd just seen and walked out
after alwut 30 minutes because I
was bored and the talk show I
tuned to as I got in my auto-
mobile for the drive home.
The pretense "Sexual Freedom
in Denmark" makes of providing
a public service by depicting the
Sex act in various forms is no
less commercially reprehensible
than WKAT opening its tele-
phones and the air waves to "the
people." also in the guise of pub-
lic service. In lx)th cases what is
legally defensible is really pan-
dering for profit and nothing
else.
it is obvious that as an adult
of some will power, i have the
option of not paying the money
to see dirty movies or turning
the dial away from the sick talk
on WKAT. But there is a dif-
ference in the options. Simply
put. no one "owns" B radio or
television station in the same
private sense that someone owns
a movie house.
Congress has provided that
the airwaves are public propert)
and the creation of the Federal
Communications Commission in
1034 was for the purpose of reg-
ulating the limited air space.
but regulation in the sense that
it was felt essential for radio
to serve needs, tastes and inter-
primarily at the local level.
tended. On this assumption, then,
where do we now stand, in view
,,t the apparent recalculation of
risks In Moscow?
The answer, alas, is that our
situation is extremely unpleas-
ant, ami could even be very dan-
gerous, despite the great im-
provement in the Middle East-
ern outlook resulting from the
Soviet retreat from the brink.
The fact is that the State De-
partment has evidently forgot-
ten, for good absolutely, the sec-
ond an I third rules of SUCC
otiation.
IF THE RECORD n viewed,
this sh iu one. To
iry of Si ite
n i. i rs and Assistant
tarj Jos ph Slsc i I
with the undi ble notion
that they could take what seem-
ed to be bard and t ist Soviet
commitments at face value. The
result was the circulation of thi
so-called Rogers Plan on Oct. 28
1969,
The Roge PI in was squarely
bast d on what Sisco bad been
told by the Soviet ambassador,
Anatoli Dobrynln, and on what
Rogers had been told by the So-
viet foreign minister, Andrei
Gromyko. That did not matter a
particle, however. The plan had
barely been communicated to
the interested parties before it
w is roundly denounced by
Moscow.
for MOSCOW, and for Cairo,
the circulation of the Rogers
the useful
n In a
. i must
(Continued on I'ag- 15-A)
by EDWARD COHEN
I WILL not deal with the fact
that most programming today
consists of record players, some-
times interspersed with network
news and a smidgin of local
items clipped from the local
newspapers. In trying to keep
Temple Israelis 11-year-old
broadcast of its Friday night
services oti the air during the
last year. I discovered what con-
tempt the managers and owners
of most of our stations have for
the public interest its admit-
tedly high listener rating evi-
dently could not fit into the
range of mnocuous to obnoxious
music programming of the sta-
tions (the last bump was for the
kind of rock and roll my teen-
agers eontempously call "bub-
ble gum" I.
My concern is not that par-
ticular issue but with the strong
evidence that WKAT's talk em-
phasis is with controversy
around Jewish matters to such
a degree that it demands com-
munity concern. Admittedly. I
listen only sporadically in my
car on the way home from work,
but I am confident that when for
three days running, a meeting
on behalf of Angela Davis in the
Jewish Cultural Center on Miami
Reach is practically all I heard
at different hours I have
a fair sample for comment.
ADDED to the hours spent on
Israel. the Jewish Defense
League (for a week), Allen Gins-
berg (for almost three weeks!),
condemnation of the anti-Defa-
mation League, and other i -
lated Jewish subjects, the evi-
dence to me is overwhelming.
In passing, when the Angel.,
Davis talk seemed to be fading
last week, Hie ma-ster of ceremon-
ies suggested that listeners might
want to talk about the Jews
who staged a sitdown in the
Soviet Union not the top
news story which dealt with the
joint communique issued by the
North Vietnamese and Chinese
leaders, or other stories of great-
er general Interest.
This obsession with thing!
Jewish undoubtedly is based
partly on a listening audience
of older citizens and clear re-
ception on Miami Beach. With-
out them the ratings likely
would fade away.
Adding to the problem is
and I am not being funny here
the opportunity for many of
these oldsters to play the role
of the "Yiddishe philosophe" of
blessed WEVD memory and one
gets a melange of Jewish and
goyish ignorance, stupidity, ra-
cism and constant hostility that
serves no decent public Interest
that is provable. These talk
shows are not the free exchange
of Ideas that educate and en-
lighten; thi y are debasing In the
same sens* th it dirty mm l<
base sex.
I DO NOT see a demand by
the Jewish community that thi*
station act responsibly as an In-
vasion Ol its Constitutional rights
and I commented such action to
the Community Relations Coun-
cil. As a matter of fact, I think
the time long overdue for the
total community to insist that
the local broadcasters carry out
the intent of Congress In ai
ing frequencies to them to serve
local net ds of all kinds, not just
their commercial interests.


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Jeist fl Friday, March
./".
Max Lerner
Sees It
NEW YORK i. R N x m had a Douglas MacArthur
in Vietnam, H r> Truman had him in Korea, he
. Hi An erican opinion, especially
the liberals. We s forgel that Truman, too, was
he and Omar Br
A .-.ii, allowed MacArthur to
take the fal il sti p ol pi ivoking a Ch m ae Intervention, bul the
es sufl la disastrous defeat at Chong
. humilHating retreat, and tor a time
I as ii the Amei ins w mid have to abandon Korea and
i. k on the d< : Japan.
Truman found two saviors, One w Gen. Matthew Ridge-
way, who took command of the 8th Army when most of the men
won dejected and v ig right out," and turned the war
around and rebuilt their morale with i touch of genius, turning
Into at ilemate, and setting the stage for negotiations.
The other was MacArthur, who dreamed himself the Alexander
of the Oiient rather than i field commander following Pentagon
Mid presidential orders, and who gave Truman the grounds to
dismiss him. His return plunged the nation into an inner con-
flict in which the war was all but forgotten, and all the liberals
took Truman's side against the Emperor Dai Ichi.
r f:
IF RICHARD NIXON PROYF.S to have misjudged the Chi-
m as badly as MacArthur did. it would mean the further esca-
lation of the war. aside from meaning that also Nixon's own re-
election would go up in a cloud of smoke. The Chinese have
thrown out two or three hints that they might Intervene. But
like some of Nixon's press conference remarks, they are meant
for the "keep the enemy guessing'' department a game that
Nixon fancies, and that which the Chinese have at times played.
But unless there is a serious allied penetration of North Vietnam,
and a threat to the survival of the Hanoi regime, there arc few
students of China who would predict that the Chinese would
come in.
The Korean cxp( rience is not the only parallel in Asian
history being invoked today. There is also the Chinese revolu-
tion itself, and whether its success was inevitable, even if Amer-
ican |X>!icy had been firmer and wiser. To some extent it Is one
of the central reasons for the interest in Barbara Tuchman's
absorbing new book on Gen. Joseph Stilwell "Stilwell and the
American Experience in China, 1911-1945" (Macmillan).
Mrs. Tuchman has two great strengths as an historian; her
narrative thread and her doliniation of people. But in this book
she has also chosen as a theme the impact of American policy in
power on Asia and the impact of the Asian experience on Amer-
ica. Her summing up is gloomy. She feels that with all the ex-
penditure of American energies, money and men, the Chinese
revolution moved to its destined end as if the Americans had
never been there. And she has made it clear that this is because
Americans have tried to make over Asia into the image of Amer-
ica, instead of giving theniselves to its character and imperatives.
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I AM NOT PERSUADED that Stilwell was the right man for
his mission, given his bristling, acid personality. Most writers
believed that by the time Truman sent George Marshall to medi-
ate between Chiang Kai-shek and the Communists it was too late
either to get an agreement oi to affect the course of the revolu-
tion. With both Roosevelt and Truimn one gets the sense of
floundering China policies. Both were out of their depth. Yet
part of the blame must be borne by the intellectual community
which set the climate within which both Presidents functioned
a climate in which the policy-makrs veered between the reliance
on weapons and aid and the fascination with the revolution and
its inevitability.
American liberal opinion today, on the American role in Viet-
nam, has reached a different stage. It is hard to see what Hanoi
is aiming at in terms of a revolution, in the sense of the Chinese
revolution. It is rather a power takeover, as with the Korean
pace, with marginal revolutionary overtones. Everyone agrees
now that the war cannot be won by either side even Richard
Nixon in his less euphoric moments. But where once the anti-
war emphasis was that the Viet Cong couldn't be stopped and the
Saigon government was a joke and mockery, and later the em-
phasis was on the heavy American casualities, it is now on the
war's broadening, and the despair about whether it will ever end,
and the inhumanity of the heavy Asian and civilian casualities.
The newer emphasis is not as fatal politically as the earlier
one was to LBJ, but Nixon will find it hard to answer. For it is
based on the broadest ground of the inhumanity of taking human
life for political purposes. And it is reinforced by the sense that
Americans have never been at home in the Asia in whose skies
they are deploying their planes.
Relation Of Jewish Education
And Ethnic Identity' Is Topic
rch 19. 197!
Dr. Sara Feinsteln, Program
Associate in the National Curri-
;: .. ch Institute of the
how aw i. rum
American Association for Jewish
Education, will discuss "The Re-
lationship Between Jewish Educa-
tion and Ethnic Identity" at the
fifth session of the Greater Miami
Ji wish Federation's Young Lead-
ership Cabinet Conference on Hu-
man Needs in the Community.
Howard J. Trinz. vice president
of General Development Corpora-
tion and chairman of the Fedcra- I
tion's Young Leadership Cabinet,
announced that the affair will be
held Tuesday in the Standard ;
Club of the Dunont Plaza Hotel
with a 6:30 p.m. cocktail party
preceding the 7:30 p.m. dinner.
This meeting, part of a seven-
session conference, will deal with
"Jewish Education. Its Relevance
to Contemporary Needs and its
Significance to the Future."
Previous sessions dealt with
All-Youth Program
Open To The Public
Greater Miami Hebrew Free
Loan Association is sponsoring an
all-youth musical program in the
Miami Beach Federal Auditorium.
755 Washington Ave., at 8 p.m.
Sunday which is open to the pub-
lic, according to Isidore Schwartz,
president.
The Mark II Combo- the three
Marks brothers who provide mu-
sic for all occasions with Kim at
the organ, Gary playing saxo-
phone and Larry, trumpet, will be
featured. Wendy and Carol, two
"child prodigies" will perform
through the courtesy of Allen A.
Dworkis, president of the Miami
Beach Cultural Society, and an
added attraction will be the youth-
ful singer, Yaffa Miryam.
The Young Leadership Concept
Past and P nt," '"'> '-'
tag s ; Th Great i
Jewish ommunit;
Ameri-
can J> ." ai d "Coll Youth on
ii. t ampus Thi two
.,.:.!, s, s Vpril 27
.;iy 25, will d al with "Pn -
and
ily in
mi."
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t; ts n ml* rs! ip includes
l: j< r, Philip Bloom, Rich-
l Buchwald,
R .nd Essen,
i Da> id Fi
F -: .. Harold Gaffin,
Gelles, Stanley Gilbert
sburg, PaulGlazer, Jack
H rski witz, Howard Hirschfleld,
.mi/ David Kcnin,
Barry Kutun. J ffn :- Lefco irt,
I! rb it Levin, Morris Lei itt,
Harry A. I i vy, Alan Savitz, i: .
rt Shapiro, Jos:- Slrkin, Sa
. Arthur Thurman and
tin V agner.
Foimer nt State At tor.
n j Ri< hard Ess i will b
st s annual
fair Tow ers I 'ombinod J
al Israel
kfast which II
ch 28,
Kuilditi I [loom. N
Itt W iil Si i 'v as chain:
i nt.
Martin Klein, & uth a I
jioi al i!i"' tor of the Am
k, i< nds "i Hebn w I n
will be the guest speaker al I
Miami Friendly Social Club CJA-
[EF cam taign neeting to be
Sunday, March 28, at the Israelite
,'. nter.
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Registration Opens
Registration for the school year
beginning next September will
open Monday at Hillel Community
Day School, 1725 Monroe St..
Hollywood, and continue through
the month of April, according to
Rabbi Simon Murciano, principal.
Children entering nursery school
must reach their fourth birthday
by December; those entering kin-
dergarten must be five on or be-
fore Jan. 31. Classes in the school,
which now includes grades 1-7,
are limited to a maximum enroll-
ment of 18 students. Dr. Lee Duff-
ner is chairman of the registration
committee.
A call for volunteers is being sent
out by Mrs. WilHam Fann, Jr..
director of the Volunteers in Pro-
bation program in connection with
the Dade County Juvenile and Do-
mestic Relations Court. Sponsored
by the Dade County Council of
Parent-Teacher Associations, the
program provides members of the
community with a chance to be of
help to children in difficulties.
Training and guidance are pro-
vided for the volunteers and each
is assigned only one or two young-
sters to befriend and supervise,
with help provided from the cen-
tral agencies in every needed sit-
uation. Volunteers may help with
children whose home is near their
own. A call to the volunteer office
at the juvenile court will provide
additional information.
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ZOA Hosting Annual
'Tribute To Israel9
Mendel! Soli* To
is.(;..**speaker ^"ls !T//wMt To Speak
The South PI "' i Dit-lcts n
the Z: mist Orgai a i" f At:
|] host lh< fri: i
JOSEPH kV. SPKTOR
i Israel" celebration Sunday ,n
h, pni in the Pompeii Room of the
Eden Roc Hotel, Abraham A. Grun-
hul chairman of the ZOA Presi-
dent's Council, has announced.
The celebration, which is oi>cn to
the public, will be dedicated to the
Nati i ZOA Foundation this
;.,,.. The guest speakers will In-
i : le attorney Joseph W. Spector,
r.f Baltimore. Md.. who serves as
i limian of ihc Injured Workers'
i; habilitation Commission of
Mar>iand. A former assistant City
S ilicitor, ho has long neon active
rovernmental agencies of
Maryland.
Mr. Specto,-. president of the
ZOA National Foundation, is the
< irrent chairman of the National
1 xecutive Committee of the Zion-
isl Organization of America, pres-
ident of tlie Jewish Board of Arhi-
t rat ion. a net a member of the
Boards of the Jewish Welfare
Fund and the Associated Jewish
"
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tioi v utthor, edi-
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fenturi : I :-' in a
"ni of Is-aeli r.i
i I m isic and
1; hut chaim
elebration, g ted
> Raymond, B< n G r. Ezr i
v c Nelan Sv Jul-
ius Rost nstein, Ia ic I
Charles Freefield, Rose Shapiro,
Morris Simon, Mi yer Siege). Max
Pierm in, Hyman Young, and Gil
,Rappapoit. executive director >i
| the Southeast Region ZOA
Mendell Sel g, B well known
Jewish communal leader who is
a member of the Hoard of direc-
tors ol the Greater Miami Jewish
ration and the Board of the
I on "i Jewish
the
er .il the Coffee. Culture and
C< m ers il Ion"
T S lol im, at 10:30
a in. Si j in th<' temple, 4144
A '. ni Bi .
'..' to an nro luncement
i! ade hj I m S ch il -
tee, Mr.
- "' s topic will 1 e "I Was Th n
I on t hi i"i us. <)s Con-
.....le ''"!;'
\ ited to attend. '!" nomi-
. dmission chat e,
At Council Installation
Louis E. Wolfson, mast speaker Maurice J. Finegold, Jack M, Fink,
at the B'nai B'rith Council oi Milton A. Friedman. Joseph Gor-
South Florida Lodges installation instein, Arthur Horwitz, Jack
al fast in the Seville Hotel to Kirschbaum, Sam Nieberg, E, Al-
!. held Sunday, March 28, .'it Ixrl Pallot, Jack Rosenberg S i
10 a.m., will discuss the vital i i I. Silver and Leo Steinman,
'or penal i el and the double
standards ol justice thai exist in ll1" ?nai Brith Council >i
ition lodav, ici rding to an South Florida '"'ls"s 1S composed
mad bj Mai Im approximately l<> lodges,
ii. Fromberg. who wit b Installed renting a membership of a......
as president. ,000 persons Its primary func
, .... .. is to coordinate the activities ol
Ji Milton A. r : tednian will
hs th installation officer, ''"' m ml>'"' l"ll'-:'s and l"-'1
r.istering the oath of office to exchange of ideas and fellowship
Howard Neu, president-elect, Ira among the executive officers of
Forte Forum Speakers
Fit),.
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voti I
i ty, part'eula
- i ik on "Do
in the Di
the Bill
Constitution?"
j at the Forti '
| torinm, 1200
Beach.
fenderfer Wills and
- h ive
- to Civil l.ili-
"ly in Florida, will
the People Believe
ni Independ-
of Rights ind the
Tuesdav, at li> a m
Forum in the Audi-
Wi st An i'.. Miami
Catz Sidney Ritter, Noah Smylei
and Fred Snydcr, vice presidents;
Georgi Levy, tn asurer, and Har-
ry Marcou, secretary,
the member lod
Mcnoruli Chapter Mrefs
Serving as truste. s for the com- Mei '!l Cl ":,'r 1013 B'na*
ing \ear will be Bernard Austein, B'rith Women, will hold its regu-
Richard Ponath. Sol Kay. Marvin lar meeting in the Washington
Fit seh. Bernard Langberg, Max Federal Auditorium. 1234 Wash*
Marin, Joseph Mondres, Herman ington Ave., it 12:30 p.m. Tuesd y,
Nudelman, Jerry Olin and William I Lillian Kevoe, president, has an*
Thompson. Honorary trustees are nouueed.
DK. JACOB MfllM
limrah Rehearsals Begin
Th. Farband Zimrah Chorus
and Mandolin Ensemble will meet
lit 1:30 p.m. Saturday in the Ida
M. Fisher Junior High School for
a rehearsal which will include a
lecture with musical illustrations
by composer Shmuel Fershko. Two
ithiarsals weekly are planned for
the 85-memner vocal and instru-
mental group as it prepares for its
next concert, according to Abe
Rappaport, president, and Abra-
ham Davis, vice president.
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Friday. Maxtk M. 197,
Dr. Medziiii Guest Speaker
At Food Division Luncheon
Dr. Moron Modzini. Professor of
Politic*! and Soda! Science at
the TpI Aviv and Hebrew Univer-
sities in Israel, and director of the
Israel Government Press Office in
Jerusalem, will bo guest speaker
at the annual lunchecn of the
Food and Allied Trades Division
of the Combined Jewish Appeal-
Israel Emergencj Fund campaign
hosted by the Pepsi Cola Bottlers
o! Miami.
The luncheon will bo hold in the
Rotunda Building at the Pepsi
Cola bottling plant Wednesday,
according to an announcement
made by luncheon chairman Bon
Frank. Jerry Blank. Joseph Cohen
and Hoi bolt Paige will serve as
honorary chairmen, Richard E.
Lcncer as cochairman and Marvin
Florman associate chairman of tho
event.
Born in Jerusalem Dr. Medzin
whs educated in Jerusalem, Haifa
and the United States. He gradu-
ated magna cum laude from the
College of the City of New York
where he w is l< eti d to Phi Bets
Kappa. He li ok gradui te studies
aii :sity, Wash-
ington, D.C., specializing in
-lorn Govei: n< nts and P ilitics,
while serving is Assistant to the
Presi selor
at the [srael Eml ssy,
av ai ed an M.A. degi e and at-
tended Harvard Unh rsity on a
scholarship, receiving his Ph.D.de-l
gn in 1964.
A spokesman for Israi I
Minister from 1966-67, Dr. Med/ini
is a political commentator on the
Israel Radio, a n gular contributor
to tho Jerusalem Post, and othei
periodicals, and is now .it work on
his second book, which will deal
with Israel and the Asian nations.
Serving on the luncheon com-
mitteeare Fred August, Herb Bell,
AnL,\:<> Casoa. H. James Catlin,
Harry Cohen. William Pilott. Har-
old Gaffin. Sam Godfrey. Lewis
Goodman. A. A. Green, Dick
Green. Stanley Hamersmith, Max
Handshu. Ernest E. Harris. Bor-
1 nard Hausman, Harold Hornreich,
Sidney H. Huberman, Eric Jacob-
s, n, uicx Jurmam, Harold : vin-
jon, Mori is i, vitt, Fn d Li fland,
Lillian J. Lofland, Budd \ Ma r,
John \v. Owens, Bernard Ox .".-
berg, William Kiss. Harry Salz-
man, Perry M. Shafton, Bcrl Sh i.
Richard Small, Don Swat tz, Wil-
liam D. Thompson, Sol Torchon,
Murry B. Weil, Pan V." instein,
[ski e J. Wollowick, Rubin VV >1-
lOWick and John Sloe.1111.
rdinator for the Food, R s-
taurant, ll.it. i an I Allied Tra -
Division is L. o F i ikelstein.

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Friends from !a>- and near will
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tho occasion ol his -.i'1. birthday
Saturday at thi Seville Hot. l an I
wish him !'ian.. happy returns.
A native of B
Mr. Lubin came to t he i niti d
St s i 1904, ... n the time
ol his an i\ al has !> i n idi i I
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his wife, Betty, d
between Miami B
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his birt h| lac< once a
scholarly Ji wish c i
v us destioy d and its population
scattered a) over the world. Mr.
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of a group which shared
that it siio,dd never be
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hr ha i its presidi nl
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Friday, Marqh 19. 1971
pJenisl /fbrJUKSf?
Bage 9-A
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Wiesenlhal Accuses
Canadian Janitor, 59
(JJontiiim-il from I'iitrn 1)
ber i>f the Gorman Army. lie
slid 1h:it :ilt!vuuh he hart worn
a soldier's uniform in a Ukrain-
ian Army -liv ision that fought
uitii Germany against Russia.
he v as there only as a cook
feeding 3.000 men and had nev-
.i ; rt i rill.'. "I swear to you
what I say is true," he said. I
i never killed a man in all
mj life."
WV.iitli.il had linked tin- Ca-
ll;, I ii JdvMl Conjrress to wk
government intervention in the
en--' "ii Huyea, executive vice
prenidpnl if the OH", reported
Personal IMioneCall
Made By President
One of 1 inofficial highlights
.on il ilie Presidi nt of
Isi i, ccellency, Z ilman
Sh i i cenl \ i-.i lo Mi im
B'1 eh, rt a- ; ra inal phone call
hi local rabbi.
' he i I V aham Koi f, is the
r -son ntative and emis-
l.r\ >te >med Lubax It-
ei a York of w horn
ft an ardent and
di ri .
11 a crsat Ion Pres-
id i !: : that
hr u ( -i.
in-; '' i :ii and asked
wlxuit U' ii ss and success,
l -' the rabbi to per-
ton personal best
w bers friends and
I Lubavitch
l lh i endeav-
ors I lines and
In i in ill walks of
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that the rase has been referred
to a committee of t in- orjc*nim-
tion in Toronto. lint be said that
if Chroliatvn iH a oitix.cn, the
charge* ncaluM him win prob-
ably be dropped, as a recent teat
case indicated that ottlaena can- ;
not bo extradited unless they ,
made fraudulent statements on
their citizenship applications and
the hoard of the Immigration
Department votes for extradition.
A spokesman for Justice Min-
ister .John Turner refused to
speculate on possible govern-
ment action. "We have received
no official notification of any
charges made or mi ssages pass-
ed on. he said.
Club Holds Onen Shabbos
The David I'inski Club "ill hold
;tn "On".: Shlbbos" on Friday, at
s p.m., in the Ida Fisher Junior
Midi S boo] cafeteria, 1420 Drexcl
Ave., Miami Beach. L. Lasavin,
author and lecturer, will speak
about the literary critic. Baal-,
Machshoves; Hilda Zuker, folk-,
singer, will entertain with Yiddish
and Hebrew songs, accompanied
bj Paul Yanovski.
Guests at a luncheon in tribute to President
Znlman Shazar (seated, center) at the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel purchased a record SI,000,-
000 in preierential stock of the Israel Tourist
Development issue sponsored by Capital for
Israel. With him are Leo Bernstein, (left)
chief executive of the Israel Bond organiza-
tion, and Rabbi Leon Kronish, (right) honor-
ary chairman of the Greater Miami Israel
Bond Organization. Standing behind them
aro (from left) Dr. Joseph I. Schwartz, who
formerly headed the Israel Bond Organiza-
tion; David I. Light, chairman of the lunch-
eon, and Michael Litvack, director of the
Miami and Florida Israel Bond organizations.
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Friday. March 19. 13'l
DATUM JUtUSALEM By Eliahu Salpeter
Plant Combines Business Skill, Zionism
A GENIAL DUTCHMAN who
^^ is happy to mix nvisiness with
pleasure accurately describes Os-
cai Van Leer.
Business, for
Van Leer,
means packag-
ing. He is head
of the Royul
Packaging In-
dustry Van
Leer N.V. of
A m s t e lveen,
Holland, which
owns 65 plants in 30 countries
on five continents, making con-
tainers for everything from pe-
troleum to frozen food, from
bulk chemicals to precious medi-
cine. The firm handles packag-
ing as a system: it is interested
in the total conditioning of the
contents to assure its protection
and preservation in best possi-
ble condition.
Pleasure for Van Leer means
science-based industries and Zi-
onism. He founded Holland's
first modern optical instruments
before World War II; several
years ago. he combined his two
interests with the establishment
of the Rehovot Electro-Optical
Company, a joint venture with
the applied research branch of
the Weizmann Institute of Sci-
ence. And now he is combining
packaging, science-based indus-
tries and Zionism.
In partnership with the Israel
Atomic Energy Commission, he
has established SORVAN, an in-
dustrial irradiation plant which
uses radiations that occur in nu-
clear type of processes to steril-
ize and/or disinfect industrial
or agricultural products when-
more conventional methods, like
boiling or chemical action would
ruin or damage the product.
The SORVAN plant at Mahal
Soreq will initially concentrate on
the sterilization of disposable
medical instruments, primarily
syringes and needles. In the sec-
ond stage, the plant will sterilize
fodder for laboratory animals
which must live in germ-free
environment. Later, the plant
will branch out into the use of
radiation in manufacturing proc-
esses.
Israel Atomic Energy labora-
tories have been conducting stud-
ies in the preservation of agri-
cultural products against spoil-
age and against pests by irradia-
tion. Considerable progress has
been made in developing meth-
ods to retard spoilage and
sprouting and a new method to
protect the sugar content of
freshly harvested sugar beets
has been patented. (Unless beets
are rushed immediately for proc-
essing they can lose about a
fifth of their worth in ore day)
Irradiation right after harvest-
ing prevents such deterioration
for se\ era! days. Needless to say.
these processes do not leave any
traces of radioactivity in the
products processed. They only
destro) any germs or seeds ot
germination.
The SORVAN facilities near
Nahal Soreq. which is also the
site of the first of Israels nu-
de ir reactors, will us*- Cobait-
liii and an electron accelerator
as sources of radiation. The ac-
celerator will come from the
United States, the rest of the
equipment from Canada. The
investment in the plant will be
about S572.0C0 put up in equal
parts by the two partner-.
Israel Newsletter
By CARL ALPERT
The Medical School Of Tomorrow
fTUDENTS WHO GRADUATE FROM medical
school in the next five to ten years will be
practicing in the 21st century! That simple truth
may well have been one of the stimuli to the launch-
ing of a bold and exciting venture in medical educa-
tion now underway in Haifa.
Medical practice is becoming more and more
closely associated with fields of science which would
seem to be quite remote from study of anatomy or
pathology. Heart pace-maker, artificial kidneys, elec-
tronic instrumentation today play a role in the
medical world which necessitate the closest possible
relations between the physician on the one hand,
and the engineer/technologist on the other. Hence
it is that Israel's third medical school, opened here
last year, is now formally associating with the Tech-
nion. Israel Institute of Technology.
It is an experiment which will be watched with
the closest interest in many parts of the world. For
their first three years the students will receive the
basic education provided by Technion. with emphasis
on technology and the sciences. Some may there-
after specialize in bio-medical engineering and re-
ceive their bachelors degree in that field. Others
will proceed with the clinical studies, specialized
medical subjects and hospital work. The end prod-
uct will be engineers with a good training in medi-
cal subjects, and physicians who will not be strang-
ers to electronics, hydraulics and mechanical engi-
neering.
The Technion-Haifa Medical School already has
an enrollment of 90 students, having begun with
upper classmen Israelis who were brought back
from studies abroad. Next fall it will begin with a
s-


Today's Thought: By PR. SAMUEL SILVER
The Taste Of Yiddish
IF YOU COULD THINK of a knowledge of Yiddish as a
tasty meal, the entree would be Leo Rosten's book. "The
Soys of Yiddish."
Now we have been served the main
course.
It is a brand new book called "The
| Taste of Yiddish," by Lillian Mermin
Feinsilver.
The new book towers over everything
ever written in English on the Yiddish
] language.
This delicious book lists hundreds of
' Yiddish expressions and explains their
meaning. It has a chapter on the impact Yiddish has made
on English, and another on the way English has affected
Yiddish.
The section on religion is a small college education
on Judaism.
Mrs. Feinsilver knows what she is writing about. For
25 years she has been assembling notes and has been t
working on this book, which is a masterpiece.
Leo Rosten would be the first to admit that he is an
amateur in Yiddish, not an expert. He is a "feinshmeker,"
not a Feinsilver.
Mrs. Feinsilver is an authority on the subject. Also.
she has a deft style and she writes in a breezy fashion and
includes countless anecdotes. Looking over her shoulder
as she wrote the book was her gifted husband. Rabbi
Alexander Feinsilver, of Easton, Pa.
If you want to laugh, weep, get smart, or just enjoy
a movable literary feast, rush to your nearest bookstore
and buy this book. Young people and brides and confir-
mands and non-Jews as well will lick their fingers over
it. It's published by Thomas Yoseloff.
As the writer says in her delightful foreword. "Ess
Gezunterhait." enjoy this delicious book in good
health.
Overseas Newsletter By Samuel Goldsmith
Money In The Pipeline
I i BY A IS NOT enthusiastic about the planned
Egyptian oil pipeline along the west bank of the
Suez. In fact. Libya has refused to make any con-
tribution towards the project, and to join the west-
ern consortium of financial backers, though Egypt
wanted Libya to do so for psychological reasons,
and also in order to get the 80 million pounds sterl-
ing needed to finance the plan more quickly.
Britain has not finally decided yet whether to
contribute 18 million sterling, or 209; of the cost,
to this project by way of an export credit guarantee
(which means the government underwrites the
value of exported equipment to individual firms*.
But it is certain that Britain will give Egypt
the money. Once again, the Foreign Office has over-
ruled the Treasury, brushing aside the argument
that Egypt is the world's worst repayer of loans.
The Foreign Office argued that Britain must go ir.
because France. Italy and Spain had agreed to.
From the Israeli point of view it may perhaps
be more interesting to note that the military argu-
ment against British participation, (namely that the
pumping stations along the pipeline and the oil
terminal on the Mediterranean would be at the
mercy of the Israelis i was countered with the argu-
ment that American oil companies had undertaken
to use the pipeline for the first five years after its
completion, and so the Israelis would leave it alone,
for they do not interfere with "Morgan," (an off-
shore drilling rig in Egyptian waters! because
American firms ate connected with it.
first-year class of 54 at the Technion campus. In th->
meantime the school is preparing clinical facilities :i
the old 40-room stone building which ,">nce house*:
the St. Joseph do Carmel Mission School. It is lo-
cated directly alongside the Rambam Hospital which
when its new wing is completed, will have 1.001'
beds. The staff, drawn from local hospitals ami
other cities, already numbers 120. Dean of the new
Medical School Is Professor Dasid Erlik. Chief of
Surgery at the Rambam Hospital, whose persistence
and far-sighted vision have brought it into existence.
The Technion is also expanding facilities on it-
campus, especially in biology and physiology. The
life sciences ire important to the national welfare
and require the services of engineers and technolo-
gists no less than aeronautics, argiculture engineer-
ing or hydrology.
Haifa scientists are boldly challenging the tra-
dition that a medical school must be located on the
campus of ;i liberal arts university, and that a de-
gree in the humanities must necessarily make for
a better doctor. The inter-disciplinary relations be-
tween medicine and engineering on the Technion
campus, it is believed, will train the kind of gradu-
ate who will be better equipped to service his
patients and humanity in the decades immediately
ahead.
S00K REVIEW By Seymour B. liebtno-
'QB YH\ By Uris
UUHILF. QB VII. by Leon Uris (Doubleday & CO.
$7.95' is a work of fiction by a noted Story-
teller, it is not another "Exodus" but it is better
than some of his other books.
While it is fiction, it appro,
fact, since SO much of the story -
predicated upon events of the r-
cent past.
The title stands for "Queens
Bench. Courtroom Number 7" In
London. In spite of verbose ex-
planations of the rise of an English
KUTtster, the operations of a pub-
lishing concern and other bits of esoteric informa-
tion, the story finally takes hold about the middle
of the book. From then on, the tension builds as the
trial unfolds.
In the halcyon pre-World War I days, authors
were paid by the word. Uris is not that old. but his
verbosity is reminiscent of those days. He appears
to be under the compulsion to exhibit that he is not
only a world traveller but that his knowledge is
more than superficial about the places he visited
and the people he mt.
The crux of the story is the libel suit by
a former doctor in a concentration camp against the
Jewish author of the book. The doctor has beer
charged with performing castrations and Other
heinous operations needlessly and without anesthet-
ics upon Jewish prisoners male and female. He
had been acquitted and was subseqiu ntly knighted,
but one of the reasons for his acquittal was ths
failure to produce necessary witnesses. The Jewish
author, who innocently repeated the charges, had
done great research but had overlooked facts per-
taining to the doctor.
To carp about the absence of high literary
quality, an absence almost endemic in Uris" books,
will be considered picayunish by many. In this age,
most bestsellers are devoid of this ingredient. At
least Uris has narrated a tale without over-indulgin.;
in obscenities and appealing to the prurient.
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Heart Institute Holds 12th Annual Gala
and Mrs. Richard A. Elias, Dr. and] Judge and Mrs. William Mehrtcns,
Mrs. Eugene J. Sayfle, Doctors I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mastronardi,
Rose and Seymour London. Dr. Mr. and Mrs. Claire Mendel and
and Mrs. Milton E. Lesser and Dr, Mr. and Mrs. William G. Logan.
' 'Id Rand. Baron and Baroness Vladimir Kuhn
mett Guthctriz (center) owner of the Bay Terrace Apart-
who was the recipient of the State of Israel Scroll of
Cor at the building's "Night in Israel',' is seen receiving
i congratulations of Samuel Solomon, chairman, and Mrs.
re Herzog, cochairman.
< oattooad Prom rKe *-A
Robert S. Summers, administra- j
tor of Miami Heart Institute, gerw-
ed as the Master of Ceremonies at
the 12th annual Professional Din-
ner Dance, i special fun-filled gala
venitv: sponsored by the Instituti
as a tribul to tin Board
ectora and members of the Medi
eal Profession J Staff.
In the receiving line were Mr.,
and Mrs. Summers, Mr. and
iwicr S. Demlne. and Dr. and
Mrs. DeWltt C. Daughtry.
130 doctors and their wives, and
more than 10;) other couole
resent ins; the Board of Directors
and Staff of the Institute atti
Highlight of the evening was the
. ....p,',<<,n ce<*emonv when Dr.
William C. Phillips. Chief of Pro-
fessional Services, conferred Sil-
ver Medallions for Merit n lot s
Service upon George B St >rer,
man of the hoard, end I'
S, Deming, president, Both Mrs.
Sto er nnd M -. 1) >ming
the audience applauding Dr, Phil-
lb r' b.....int of the Ions j ears of
lei'iiteil < -, j ... |,,,,1. IU ,|,| wjn.
ners have given to the Institute.
Also en oying the music of Sam-
mj S;ivar were mi\ and Mrs. Fred
von Poushental and Mrs. Arthur
v. Adams, special friends of the
W. Hooper, Arnold Levy, Mrs. Leo Institute, also participated in this
Edwards, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Lau.l gala event.
IVclinion Holding
'Spring Luncheon9
Technion's "Spring Luncheon"
will be sponsored by the Miami,,
Miami Be ich i nd v- i th Di^ .,
., ,, ... '. I' iii" daughter Mrs Ann
*\ m, art -i-arks with all Ami Te*ri :l
p on" the ta'! 11:30 a m Fr iv, M ir
Club,
: irtment, how -
| ive supposed
>c] nee w >ul I ha
ion.
n that.
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. "standstill I
j th pre "i
l :tly the s mi
, ih lies wei < sv
6' Vnd the eeas '-fire
(. \ m before the So\ Icl
t,: is. to th State Depart-
it lie- in to Ik- flagrantly
pi en.
N THE WHOLE melancholy
i-y, there h >s been only one
feorte in which the three rul
i. iven precisely in
. d. This w is t!i"
! sis last Sept nber.
!' 11 111 N .
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fc l.it.Kl There w
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II vorth thin
}t vi be-
quest thai
ronl us now.
IERF ari: two questions.
! ore hopeful situa-
in the Middle East going
handled as th" President
Bled the Jordanian crisis'"
h* me the state Department's
^ndles-e ., If-deluding Arabists
to th allowed to attempt treat-
ing Is aid as the British and
French n-Mt-d Czechoslovakia
befon Munich '
Po.vn': tlvse questions by no
means implies that all Israeli
claim- nimbi to be endorsed by
United States. The Rogers
' i ot inherently evil. It
\ \ erj had poker to
cards face-up In the mid-
ot a verj rouch game.
THi: t s. APPROACH now
it to be h ised on the simple
that it there is a settle-
__it in the Middle East, the
'nite i States will have to guar-
antee the resulting frontiers. If
you in" 'Toing ; i ;uarnntee fron-
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reasonably easy to
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tei taim the V ..... Island .
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Thursda evonin
regulai nei
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at 8 p.m. in the Washing) i
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. ., ,-. 10-, ,. ,. Ave., Miami Beach, Pr \ iraha n
Jewish l-edei at ion s lifi l ( ambinetl ... .. ...
\\ oil son will speak on tie subject
Jewisii Appeal-Israel Emergency "How to Live One Hundred Y s
Fund campaign. ; Happily." Refreshments will be
. .. ,, sponsored by Hy and Martha Si!-!
Chairman of the day. Mrs. Har- ^rberg -u cetebration ,,,,
old Abbott, 83 5 s\\ f2nd Ave. wedding anniversary and Martha's
is iking m ii] ri sen ations.
i birthd'
LUIANNIA
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An
It if th" State Department
lists have their wav, that
| all the three negotiat-
Wles will be ignored. Instead
nrkin w'rli and perSUS :
fsrai H *idA1 v.'i\ m
last September) the State
^rtment vail rowl-v to ont-
I htowbeal them. An!
1st to he In MM-
N'n will
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Jewish Floridian
iaml, Florida Friday. March 19, 1971
Saction B
Moscow Demonstration
Fourth In Two Weeks
SEW YORK IJTM More
tli in 100 Soviet Jews staged a
Bt-in last weak in the recent
in room of the Presidium of
lumber Of Jews
"Exaggerated*
NEW YORK tJTA) Jewish
j>urces here described a report
rom Moscow published in the
[,os Angeles Times Wednesday
"exaggerated." The report
(laimod that Jews have been
paving the Soviet Union in rec-
ord numbers since the beginning
ft the year an exodus the
Times correspondent called "un-
lecedented in the 53-year his-
Wy of the Soviet Union."
There may have been some in-
crease in the number of exit
prmits granted to Jews in re-
in days, but there is abrolute-
no confirmation of the figures
Published by the Times. The
Moscow reixirt said 470 had
n allowed to emigrate since
the first of the year.
the Supreme Soviet in Moscow.
vowing to staj until action was
taken on their emigration ap-
plications, according to reports
reaching here.
Several hour-; after they be-
gan their sit-in. police surround-
ed the building and sealed it off
by locking the doors. When the
police entered the conference
room, they found the Jews read-
ing prayers in Hetvew and sev-
eral of them translating it inti
Russian for those who d:d not
understand Hebrew.
The authorities turned out the
lights in the conference room
and the police gave the demon-
strators two iiiiiuitrs to clear
out. but there were no reports
ot arres's. Estimates of the
number of denwmstrators ranged
Irom 102 to tlO.
The demonstration was the
fourth of its kind reported in
two weeks. A group of 24 to 30
Soviet Jews sat-in at the Su-
preme Soviet on Feb. 24 and
again nn Much 1. And 24 Rica
Jews reportedly sat-in at the
OYIR (vical office In Riga on
Feb. 26.
The sit-in eam> just three
weeks before the opening ot
the Soviet Oomnnuiist Party
CMgreSS in Moscow. The Krem-
lin is reportedly embarrassed by
the recent series of major dem-
onstrations by Jews, especially
at thi time.
in London, 50 Jewish youths,
including some student mem-
bers of the Front for the Lib-
eration of Soviet Jewry, staged
a sit-in in the offices of Ta_->,
the official Soviet news agency.
The youths, who left peacefully
when police arrived, said they
were supporting those Jews in
the waiting room of the Pres-
idum of the Supreme Soviet in
Moscow.
ADL Announces
Alper's Election
The Anti-Defamation League
has announced Miami attorney
William M. A'.per's election to a

ft
Will!AM M. ALPIR
kecond term as chairman or
|ADL's Florida Regional Board.
A specialist in maritime law,
IMr. Alper, a partner in the law
[firm of Sams. Anderson, Alper
\& spencer, has held a number
(of. offices in the Anti-Defama-
tion League !x>th in Miami and
Philadelphia. Prior to assuming
chairmanship of the Regional
Board, he was chairman of the
Florida Board's Executive Com-
mittee.
Also elected at the recent an-
nual ADL Board meeting were
.lack Kaaaewtts, chairman, and
Burton Yorjig. vice chairman
ot th<- Executive Committee.
Mr.Kassewitz, chief editorial
Writer of The Miami News.
serves on a number of citizen
commissions and public task
forces concerned with urban de-
velopment, health services and
education. Currently, he Is i
member of ADL's National Ur-
ban Affairs Committee.
Mr. YounR.senior partner in
the law firm of Snyder, Young
& Stern, is the current president
of the Florida Bar Association.
He has been a member ot the
AIM. Regional Board for a num-
ber of years.
Also elected to positions on
the ADI. Board were vice chair-
man. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard,
M .rton Kesler of Jacksonville.
Sylvan Meyer and Mrs. Morton
Perry: chaplain, Rabbi Irving
Lehrman; treasurer, Alfred Gol-
den.
The Bay Harbor Islands Division of fthe 1971 Combined
Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund campaign with a
breakfast meeting in the English Hearth Restaurant at which
contributions showed more than a 100% increase over the
1970 drive. Pictured above are Jerome M. Lelchuk, (left) Bay
Harbor Islands CJA-IEF chairman, and Shepard Broad. May-
or of Bay Harbor Islands._______________________
Consul Conveys Condolences
NEW YORK (JTA Reha-
veam Amir. Israel's Consul Gen-
go vernn-.ent at the funeral serv-
i. es here for Whitney M. Young,
Jr.. who died in Nigeria last we -
He conveved the official condo-
pral in New York, represented his ler.ces to Mr. Young's family.
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Fage 2-B
Jewtst nnrHlnn
Friday, March 19. 1971
Y oung AcTuItTecftnioii
Society Group Formed
a young group, calling them-
Young Adults for Amer-
S iciet.v for Technion" has
i formed for the purp ol
irthering the gn tvth of the Te i -
ion-Israel Institute <>f Technology
Haifa. Israel. In addition to
si minatmg information, the
will also attempt to pro-
|i funds for scholarships to the
viinion.
While there are three active
- Divisions tnd an active
Men's Chapter In Dade County
>h have function >i for many
-. tlie Young Adull group is
their oni
les and I adults, I
in those under the age of
-. it m 'mbi rship Inclu les
: s, account ittorm ys,
:md management
nsi Hants
aizational meeting,
t the home ol Mr.
nd Mrs Al in Davis, 15820 SW
Cnd PI fe itured a scries of
- ides nade nl the Technion, and
i id Iress by Charles I. Scher,
nitive vice presidenl of tlie
meric n Soci >ty for Technion.
The KTOUp is ;i pioneer effort to
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Known as the "M.I.T. of the Mid-
dle East." it provides the majority
of the engineers and scientists
needed to build Israi I's economy.
I is students and graduates have
also gone all over the world as
par! of Israel's Aid Mission to
under-d< veloped countries.
Jules Arkin, local attorney and
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* Jew 1st not idttar
Page 3-3
Technion Women's Division
Holding 'Spring Luncheon'
The Women's Division of the
an Technion Society will
I its Spring Luncheon on be-
i the Greater Miami Jew-
Icration's 1971 Combined
.i wish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Fund impaign Friday, March 26,
ling's Baj Yacht & Coun-
iccording to an announ-
i i made by Mrs. Harold ai>-
lairman of the event.
V ount Edwin Samuel, founder
[sra 'l Institute of Public
Affairs, a member or the Bi itish
Hi us. ol Lords ind a visitins. pro-
i the University of Miami.
u-ill b the guest speaker at the
Ton) St. Thomas, prominent
.( ntertainer from the Virgin
;. will provide the musical
inment.
M .. R. Levey, president
i ter Miami Jewish Fed-
.-. Women's Division, and
!:-. j?rome L. Kipnis, Women's
CJA-IEF campaign ch iir-

man, announced that tho presi-
dents ol the tooal chapters of
American Technion Society are
coordinating their efforts to make
this affaii a success.
Mrs Martin Spector, president
of Miami Chapter, Mrs. Natalie
Litchenfeld, president of North
Dade, and Mrs Max Kern, presi-
dent of Miami Beach, declared that
they expect a record turnout for
the Spring CJA-IEF Luncheon.
A special MTA 1ms will leave
from the parking lot behind Miami
Beach Auditorium at 10:30 a.m.
and depari from King's Bay Coun-
try Club for the return trip at
2:30 p.m.
Eli Timcner, (right) recently named chair-
man of the Initial Gifts Division for the 1971
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Fund campaign, is pictured with associate
chairmen (from left) Peter Wolf, Elliot Eise-
man. Fred Stone, Richard Furman and
Morton Marcus. .]
Women's Division
Holds tlh Annual
Luncheon Benefil
| Womi n's Division of the
Ji i- Federation ol North Bi m -
ard '.' ill hold its fourth annual
lunch on in behalf of the United
. i Appeal Israel Ernei i ncy
I npaign in the Holiday Inn
Oceanside, Fort Lauderdale, at
11:30 a m. Wednesday, March 31,
eon chairman Mrs. Donald
Mitch II has announced.
c -;> aker will Dr. Meron
director Of Israel's Gov-
ernnn I Press l Iffice in Jerusali m
who is associated with the De-
pal tm( n1 ol Political Science at
Ti l Aviv Univei sitj and with the
Si cia faculty at the He-
bi a University.
i n Medzini, who specializi a In
government and politics, has beon
assi i "(I with the Unied Jewish
Appeal and Israel Bond drives
since his student days and has
also ak i' urs In behall
ol Is ii I's Ministry Ol Tourism.
Hi Is a nativi Of Israel, and was
educated in Jerusalem. Haifa and
the United States. He holds di
gn from the City College ol
New York, (". irgetown University
aiu! Harvard University.
Mrs. Oscai Sindell, president of
the W men's Division, said the
luncheon is open to anyone con-
tributing $25 or more to the Jew-
ish Federation's UJA-IEF cam-
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may b mad, by calling Mrs. Jack
Solomon or the J' wish Federation
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one, doesn't it make sense to see the
folks who lend the most, first?
,vC*S.
First Federal
of Miami
Where good things happen first
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Friday,, March 19, 1971
5 Florida Division Women
Delegates To Convention
More than 500 di leg itt s ami
nates will at! nd 1 he national
iennial convention <>i the Ameri-
can Jewish Congn is b Di-
ision March 28-31 In Boston,
lass, which will have "Facing
if Revolutions] j 11 cadi New
lirectiona tor tin i Its g< n-
ai theme.
Heading the list ol speaki at
Sisterhood Sets Art
Show And Auction
A suite by note I Victor
Vasarely and bo lithogr iphs
lusti ttlng the "S King
David" ''> I- will hi'
mong the works le when
.-:, Israel S
uction sali
on Sundaj t 7 p m. in
tne temple.
The William
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Pi-''.
ill c mducl ib
:i the Sie

and >i
to
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The entii
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ij nighl
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Poison Prevention Week
The Soul
1 .. A '
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sortings v
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in
the four-day meeting will be Is-
rael's Ambassador to the United
Nations. Yosef Tekoah, whose
topic at a Mondaj evening plenary
session will !>< 'Israel -Prospects
for Peace" and former Congress-
man Allanl K. Lowenstein, visit-
ing professor of Urban Studies at
Harvard and Yale, who will ad-
dress Wednesday's closing session
on "Reordering National Priorities
for Pi ace."
Five Florida Women's Division
members h e been named to ma-
jor committees and posts of lead-
ership. Mrs. Murray Tapper of
Soith Miami, president of the
Florida Women's Division and
convention chairman, ami North
Miami Beach residents Mrs. Sol
Berlin, Mrs. Sidney Fineberg, Mrs.
William Langmcyer and Mrs. Ber-
tha Lewis are members of the
convention commit tee.
During the convention, officers
and members to serve on the Di-
vision's national Executive Board
.i iugh 1971 "ill be elected, and
I ites will explore new
ncern to meet the crit-
eds Ol our society and adopt
.( program of action to promote
the American Jewish Congress
program aimed at strengthening
Ji u i-h life and advancing the
ol human rights during the
next two years.
Four Miami Beach students at Yeshiva Uni-
versity's Yeshiva College were saluted at
the college's annual Dean's List Luncheon.
From left to right are Thomas Weiss, 650
Lenox Ave.; Chaim Sukenik, 2820 Sheridan
Ave.; Dr. Benjamin Chinitz, professor of eco-
nomics, Brown University, guest speaker at
the Luncheon; Dr. Isaac Bacon, dean. Ye-
shiva College; Joseph Belitzky, 1115 Penn-
sylvania Ave.; and Joseph Morgenthau. 540
74th Street.
Handicap Highlights
The $134,000 Gulfstream Park
Handicap, which will determine
Florida's winter handicap cham-
pion, highlights this week's action
at Gulfstream Race Track. The
'Cap will be a feature Of Satur-
day's program.
A mile-and-a-quarter test for
three-year-olds and up will match
the current Florida handicap king.
True North, California's handicap
star. Snow Sporting, and Saul
Nadler's Judgable, a long-shot ir
the Donn w ho s< t the pace and
hi l.l on t( naciouslj. < Ither prob-
able stai ti is are Corn Off the
Cob, Needles N Pens. Chompion,
The Primer. Twogundan, stop
Time. Sol N- he, Past Hilar-
ious and Bushido,
'Gala Israeli Review'
Beth Torah United Synagogue
I Youth is sponsoring a "Gala Is-
raeli Review" in the main sane-1
i tuary Sunda> April 4, at 7:30 ;
p.m. Tickets may be purchased
from an;. L'SY'er the Beth Torah
school ai the
lien u's Mayor Bloc'-
tts a proclamation desig-
- March 17 as "ORT Day,"
celebration of ORT's 91st
YOUNG AMERICAN BORN
EXPERIENCED CANTOR
10 condoct
PASSOVER SED0RIM.
efe'ences
y-10 3469 After 8 p.m.

birthday, to Estelle Presner,
membership vice president, and
Myra Schulemson, president of
Southwest Chapter.
Call DON KAPLAN
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APPROVED
BENEFITS
FLAGIERINS.A6Y.INC.
151 N.W. 79th St. 751-8613-14
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RESERVE NOW
A J
STRICTLY KOSHER
c Passover Services
THE TIDES HOTEL
J. M. LIPT0N ^
(RANGE AGENCY INC.
ENERAL INSURANCE & SURETY BONDS
614 DADE FEDERAL BUILDING
101 E. FLAGLFR STREET MIAMI 32, FLA.
FR 1-5631 W 7-1671
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Cantor
1220 Ocean Drive
Miami Beach
Phone 531-6701
Resident Mashgiach
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lical supervisor). Certificate on request.
NASSAU HEBREW
CONGREGATION
will hold a
TRADITIONAL
PASSOVER
SEDER
APRIL 9th at
PARADISE ISLAND HOTEL
NASSAU, BAHAMAS
Price Per Person $15
Services Conducted by
CANTOR JOSEPH T0UMAN
For Reservations Write
Mr. Rubin Bott
P.O.B. 521
Nassau, Bahamas
Honor the PASSOVER-
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FIRST SEDER
FRIDAY. APRIL 9/PM
$2250 ,ip aml
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SECOND SEDER
SATURDAY.APRILIO-BPM
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and
lax incl.
Children under 0 SiO foi eai h Sedei
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Call 805-8511. Catering Dept.
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conducted by
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Pioneer Women's Annual
Donor Luncheon Sunday
Clara (Mrs. Sidnoyi l^eff. Inter- ertt both associate treasurer >>r
national Jewish leader and former JNF and cochairman ol the Worn-
national president of Pioneer Worn-j en's Division of the United
Appeal.
Chaii n in for I he luncheon v> II
be Mrs. Milton Green, presid I
ol the South Florid i I
Pioneer Worm n. The ini
will be given j R ie Sabdli -
burn; a toasl to tsr el w ill be
fei ed by Mi Bet na I I' -
and music will
evenl bj the Bob Novack Orchi
tra.
Sisterhood Showing 'For
Those Of Us Who Follow'
;" ir Th -' Ol Us Who Follow
was 'd be shown ul the
I mpl Or < Horn Sis-
temple's Social Hall
at 8:15 p.m. 1 hurs film,
h hlch tells th si ry of the lew! h
1 i >gical Seminary of Ameri
me of Ihe questions
ih-it trouble main- or today'.*
Jew ish c dli ge youth,
i ilrn mi for thi pvi ng is
Mrs. Ralph Fistel: Mrs. Murray
; lye is w ij and mi ans vice
nresidi n! S lood president i
Mrs. Herii I in
MRS. CLARA Itff
en will e g er al its an-
nual I' nor Lun '.i. .11: Sundaj noon,
in hi Fontainebleau Hoti I
M it than 1,200 Pioneer W
in> -, cted to ttend the <
vhirh ill be liighli ;hl fashion sh > of stylii I
in I he Pi ineer Wi imen's s :hools
i i the unvi lin
the ; lu print for the n I >aj
Can Center to be built by P nei
Women ol South Florid i.
t' rrenlly n iti inal \ice
.Inn and national Moetzel Hapoa-
lot-Chi!d Resc Fund for Sfo
Alij all, Mrs. Leff h is four times
been i irl i delegate to the
Wo: Id Zi mi -i Congress in -l
sali n An ar lent Zionisl since h
childh 1 sh | Ined I hi q ai -
lion : 1934, and became the
tion d president In 1959, serving
intil 1963.
Intimately acquainted with ls-
, l Mrs. Leff has served on the
nation's mosl important Jewish
Committees, including the Pi
lent's Conference, il"' American
Ziorisl Council, tl C I il C
nittee of iii I bo Zionist < >r-
ganizal Ion \ ric i an i the
Administration B lard of H
T
nai :- C nittee for W irld Jew
si Day, she i
nal. n! the '
ish Fund and is al
YAffA YARKONI
Sahls To Be Honored At
Histadrut Third Seder
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Sahl of
Miami Beach will l' the honorecs
at the Thi-a S -der of the Israel
Histadrul Council of South Flor-
iccording to an announcemi nl
by Rabbi I.....n Kronlsh, hon-
oi: iry chaii man.
'I he Third S d< r, to be held al
Hie Fontainbli au Hotel Sunday
\ -ning, April 11. will feature a
unique presentation by nationally
renowned artists called "A Seder
, in a Kibbutz." Reservations may
be made by i ailing the Histadrut
. Moe I.i sin, program chair-
man, innounced.
Miami Happenings

Mrs. Mitchell Wolfs on h i
I a "super lour" ol Ki j
Wi si for I ie Mi in A I l
i, membi rs and Iheir friends
'.-. ,1 17, w
al thi : lay Inn, Is rada
the Pii .- House in K
- ,-u- on the conch
p \ & i:
I : .ii foil iwed by a
...a' in part) ii the home of
.!. I.- Porter Newton. On th
April 18, is a
c nt i ai I bi 'akfast, n
to the A idubon House, thi Pi
. ;.: rden an I the Mai h
> i. cal Ke>
West lunch. The tou ;;l i
hen,.' by 7 p lay.

Ton; t. a highlj
i. a
Caus
will comi year
\ ( i r.imi.
. itau-
I
I
Don II. ii '
Mutual
ir -M- C
Iliule < ou itj \ publicans
VIonda;
Carlo Restaurant, i V\. I
lor St.
Mrs. < armen Rosa, K.v,
Associate Professor, University
of Miami School of Nursing, has
been appointed by Governor
Kciililn AakflW to servo as a
member of the Florida State
i | ol Nursing. Mis. I
w h i psides in Miami B<
filial i .vith Mount S
Hosi tal be ore ac lepting I
University if Miami position.
..\s :i has been receh -
y th Citj of Miami Beach to
; y for preliminary work on a
playground for pre-schoolers
adjacent to North Beach Elemen-
tary School at Chase Avenue
and 12nd Street in Miami Beach,
["he formal presentation of the
corporate gift on behalf of Alex-
ander Muss -v Sons took place in
the office of City Manager Clif-
ford w. O'Key. Presenting the
check on behalf of his father's
firm was Stephen Muss.

Herbert I.. Welner with the
M-.,n:: ;ency of H ime Life In-
suran :i Comu in: if N 'w Yor.k
s the i nlj igi t in Dad Coun-
ty who h is qu I'fi I 'I'"
i -. Counc i Sumn il !
A oualifj ine i
M
-
tered Life U
be or In
it a irtl meet
; a la

Bruce l>?vlln, i
pion nov
Idenl ol C ir il Gal I has been
ted as ry E ister
, for Da Ic County
according to an i i ac incut
made by T, Thomas Dnxiin. !l|"M
Easter Seal campaign cha' man
and first vice president of the
Crippled Children's Society. The
campaign to raise funds for re-
habilitation services to the com-
munity's handicapped children
and adults begins March 1 and
Super-Soup?
Mild-mannered Mrs. Adler .
yet she can do more with one
touch than the "giants" with
all their armies of commercial
chefs. If that Isn't super soup,
what is? Onion, Mushroom,
Tomato, Vegetable, Cabbage.
Potato, and New England Fish
Chowder. All super. All Kosher
for Passover.
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Golden Builders' Luncheon
Will Benefit Youth Hostel
Richards Department Store is
underwriting the annual American
Ji wish Congress Golden Builders
luncheon in the Sheraton Four
Ambassadors Hotel Wednesday
noon, it has liecn announced. The
entire proceeds of the affair will
KO to the Louise Waterman Wise
Youth Hostel in Jerusali m.
Fashions directly from Israel
will be modeled, according to Mrs.
Sol Berlin, luncheon chairman;
the musical portion of the pro-
gram "ill hi presented hy Yaffa
Yarkoni. international Singing star
being flown In especially for this
h i asion.
Serving with Mrs. Berlin as co-
chalrmen are Mrs. Irving B. Kap-
lan and Mrs. Charles Silvers; Mrs.
Joseph Albuquerque is in charge
of arrangements, and Mrs. Joseph
Eichcnbaum is Chinese Auction
chairman.
The Louise Waterman Wise
Youth Hostel, a project of the Na-
tional Women's Division of the
AJCongress, was built, put into
service and maintained as a home-
away-from-home and educational
ci nter for Ai ab and Chi istian as
well as Jewish young people. It
was named in memory of the late
wife of Rabbi Stephen S. Wia
founder of the American Jewisl
Congress.
Officers of the Florida Women
Division include Mrs. Murray Te|
I per, president; Mrs. Irving Ka|
! Ian. chairman of the board; Mr-
Maurice Calm, honorary vice pics
ideni; vice presldi nts; Mi s. Si
Berlin, program; Mrs. Alex Mej-
orson, membership and life men
btr; Mrs. Irving Quartin. journa
and Mis. Joseph Albuquerqui
fund-raising; Mrs. Benjamin Ki--
mien, tinancial secretarj and trea*-
lurer; Mrs. William Langmeyer.n
cording secretary, and Mrs. Jcai
ette Stern, corresponding seen
taiy. Anna Miller ol 5001 Collil
Ave. is in charge <>i tickets.
Cantor Presents Program
Tu y's 8 p.m. mcc1 in
Israelite Centi
. the Soci i! Hall will ol
Month with a on
gram tor Natha
Parnass. Mr. S il Koenigsb
dent.
THE ULTIMATE l->
T1KAIHTIOX AND lt>l ALITV
IS A SilHIt MEAL iiii<:i\iti:ii
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and Spend it n-ith Yonr Family and
Friends in yonr own Home,
Let us do your Passover cooking for you.
SEVEN-COURSE TRADITIONAL SEDER DINNERS ONLY
$5.50 Per Person
Call for Free Menu and Price List of Large Variety
of Cooked Foods.
ALL FOODS PREPARED STRICTLY KOSHER FOR PASSOVER
FOR QUALITY KASHRUTH and PRICE
CALL CONTINENTAL GREATER MIAMI'S
SH0MER SHABB0S CATERERS
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Mrs. Helen Greenwald
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Friday. March 19, 1971
Miami Chapter Of Hadassah Honoring
Donors Of Special Gifts To Hospital
Mrs. Morton Silberman haa an-
nounced in.' a cocktail part)
i ,1 the Dupont Plaza
Hotel Sun I j from i-<; p.m.
,,,,-. people wti
Amcrig the attractive hostesses at the annual Scholarship
Ball of the Lehman Day School of Temple Emanu-El, held
ir. the Fredland Ballroom, were these lovelies, the Mes-
dames Leonaid Friedland, (left) Al Pcdvin, Bernard D. Kaplan
end Rcbert L. Blum. Mrs. Al Podvin was chairman of
hostesses.
s ih's m idical w irk extends s i
1 the bou 'i Israel
A 'cam of Ophthelmi I
tlie Al can conl in :! th
, have pur-1 have performed 16,000 majoi
for the H I
C nter, Spec! il I '
ute ill :' I Mrs ''''"
- I an I
,1 the Mi S
I; ij she said.
Mr*. L< i I VVolpe
10f thi Rl "'! ''"' m,'nl-
the N ti inal Board, who
r>n her recent tour ol
ii [sr I, h
i ions, she a lid. in ndd'.i i i
si ud< i I dod > s are b .
in plastic snrger: ind
matoloKy in Ha
JUDITH STEIN
Fred Steins Announce
Judith's Engagement
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stein, 935
S. Shore Dr.. Miami Beach, an-
i the c n^agi ment <>t their
daughter, Judith Shi ryl, to Jerry
Dennis Lev '. son ui Mr. and .Mrs.
Herbert Levy ui Birmingham, Ala.
The wedding will take place this
summer.
A graduate cf Miami B< ach
Senior High School. Miss Stein
will receive her degree In Mas
from the University of Alabama,
where she serves as isurer of
) ta Phi Epsilon sororitv. Her
w as a si : l( nt at the 'ni-
v rsity of Alal an** I i h "'-
associated with a major de-
partment store chain in BU'ining-
W inns Celebrate 50th
Wedding Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. Alex J. Wlnn will
i tte their 50th Wedding An-
. ersai > .it a dinner pa' ty b< Ing
i ,en In their honor by theh son,
State Re;>. and Mrs. Sherman S.
Winn, on Saturday March 2~. at
th Ba'.noral Hotel.
Residents of North Miami sino
M'o6. the Winns r
Mt. Vernon, NY., md many of
their friends from Mt. V n
are expected to j)in them for this
r_.i!estone celebration. Also joining
them will be their grandchildren
Mr. and Mi's. Steve Winn. Mr. and
Mrs Glenn Huberman, Miss Susan
Wli n, Miss Patli Winn. and their
great-grandchildren, Miss Michelle
Winn fnd Miss Jodi Huberman.
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Members ol the North Dade Area Board of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation's Women's Division and other interested
women in the community, met for a campaign brainstorm-
ing session at the home of Mrs. Arthur Snyder recently.
Among those present were (from left to right) Mrs. Merton
Gettis, Mrs. Myron Sponder, Mrs. Arthur I. Snyder, hostess,
and Mrs. David Egozi.
JWV Auxiliary Activities Announced
The Veterans Hospital telecart,
:i mobile telephone for bedridden
patients, will be eVviced by the
us auxiliaries nexl week as
follows: Friday, Abe Horrowitz
682: Saturday, Norman Bruce
Brown 1T-1: Sunday, Hialeah-
Miaml Springs 681: Monday, Mur-
raj Solomon 243; Tuesday. North
Shore 677.
Minima r 177 will ln.ld a joint
Post-Auxiliary installation of offi-
ci is in Temple Israel. Miramar.
at 8:30 p.m. Sundav.
Weal Miami 223 members will'
be honored for service rendered!
Saturday at 8:30 p.m. in a Coco-:
nut Grove Plavhouso donor event |
followed by a midnight snack.
Mrs. Judith Blitt. president of |
Murraj Solomon 248, will preside
at its hoard meeting in Merrick
Demonstration School Tuesday at,
8 p.m.
Victor B. Frwdman 613 is hold- j
ine its donor luncheon in the N'as- j
sail Room of the Diplomat Coun-
try Club Thursday. March 23. Lee
Harry will provide the musical en-
tertainment.
North Shore 677 will hold a
regular meeting Wednesday at the
Washington Federal. 1133 Nor-
mandy Dr..
Abe Horrowitz. 6X2 will hold a
joint Post-Auxiliary ward party at
the VA Hospital Saturday at 7
p.m. Thursday. .March 25, mem-
bers are invited to come to th.-
regular meeting place, Unified
Hall. 2300 NE 171st St., to meet
the new president, Rita Saslaw,
and hi r officers at 8 p.m.
Assistant State Attorney Freil
Robbins will speak on Drug Abuse
at a joint Pest-Auxiliary social to
be held by Points Bast 698 at 8
p.m. Monday in the club house.
Mrs. Rose Lisansky. the newly-
i-et'-d president of Harry II. Co-
hen 723. and her officers will be
formally install*d by Department
President .Justine Abramowitz at
8 p.m. Wednesday in the Suit side
Community Center.
Members ol Col. I)a\it Marcus
46 will hold their monthly birth-
day party for the girls in Sunland
Training Center's Paradise Cot-
tage Sunday. Kaon of the girls re-
e. ives an individual gift.
Afraid of failing?
Meed to start studying for those
BIG final exams?
Register note for a Study Group at the
Cond Gables Learning Center
266 Palermo Avenue
Coral Gables, Florida
Phone 443-1374
Staff members are certified by
the State of Florida
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. and Ihi fael th it Hadas-
6th Grade To Present
"The Act* Of Ecology'
"The Age of Ecology.' a dra-
.;, .. ntation din eted by
Ryan and Elizabeth MeClain,
will be presented by sixth-grade
students from Miami Shores Ele-
m i tary School at the Dade Coun-
ty Council Of Parent-Teachers A-
sociation meeting at 10 a.m. in
Miami Edison Senior His;h School.
This production has been pre-
sent, d on television and to nu-
merous civic groups, and has lieon
submitted for consideration in the
1970 Freedom Foundation award
contest. Mrs. H. D. Morris is pro-
gram chairman and Mrs. William
H Lee is president of the P.T.A.
Ellen Stcartz Weds
Ronald Owens In
The Rubins Study
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Swart/, IV)
SW 27th It.I., announce the -
ge of their daughter, Ellen to
Ronald Owens on Saturday, M h
6, in the Rabbi's study al i
1\!\ Id Synagogui
Rabbi Sol Landau officiated
the ceremony, which was atti nd i
only by the immediate f imilj i
the bride and groom.
Tlv new Mrs. Owens, who grad-
uated from Coral Gables Senior
High School and the University of
Florida, la currently teaching fust
grade at Santa Clara Elementary
School.
Mr. Owens, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Stanley I.owenstcin of North
Bay Village, is an honor graduate
of Temple University. Philadelph i,
Pa. He is currently associated u,th
radio station WHAT.
The coiipl" plans to make I
home in Miami Reach.
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Page 7*
Susan Ellis* David ISevel
Plan A June Wedding
Dr. 5ml ^"* rii \ fall:
B ; i (.invyj. Pa annoi
, icemcnl of tholr dan ;htr
-: m Gvven, to David IT. Ni
the son o '" I M-. J
>V\.' of Mar
I i i'.
id ir Fredi c R
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\J<;on Mieetings Scheduled
Louise VVI
Wedding bells will ring ioi
jerry Givner. Algiers Hotel gen
eral manager, and Patricia
Bernstein of Quebec City, Can-
cda, next June, it has been
announced.
'ongrt'ss i'.' hold a musical pro-
tram for Purim. featuring Dore n
Stuart, accordion! t, Thurs Lay,.
March 25 at Ll:45 a.m. in the
Algiers Hotel, 2555 Collins Ave..
Miami Beach. A snack lunch will
i)o available. Mrs. Joseph Whin
is president
"Eloquent Crus"der." !>> Yuri'
Suhl will he reviewed by Mrs.
Irvine Quartin >\ ihe meeting >>f
he Miami-C i la' les i'', iptcr
if Americ >" Jewish Congress to be |
Vld in !!i. S... ;.,1 Hall of R.'th:
David Congregation 2625 SW Urd
Ave., Bt .- 10 p.m. Thursday,
March 25
THEY Ml i MP THE MAIL BOX
.V >;tt i. i Simons came I
' liami B i. Jos ph A.
town from Chic igo to make
h h Wl I went out to m i
i ii t the i nail b ix
i
i 1. | [ h t hej lo b n
Thej M o course.
nii r: TEACIIEH MARRIED
; now Mrs. Jer rl I
ert Ellis, says 1 y w t to a wi ml. rful pi
.'. honeymoon (but isn't anyplace wonderful
for a I town the capital of
Exuma Is! ind Their hotel had been built by
. stei ar.d M ti ilj n s lid it was abso-
fantastic. Ever) ither word was "fan-
lasi :. i for Marilyn, who teaches school
'!, : Shor El( m< ntary, that is really some-
thing!
When she returned to school, there was a
huge papei sign stretched across the front en-
trance of the building which said "Welcome Home.
Mrs. Ellis." it was decorated with a cupid and
hearts and flowers the whole hit. The children
had been practicing saying, "Mrs. Ellis. Mrs.
Ells." so that they wouldn't forget and call her
Miss Cohen."
aces
Saturday Marilyn's mother-in-law, Mrs. Flor-
. n i Ellis hosted h luncheon in the private dining
room ol Sea Coast East I i pres nt her m a
[hter-in-l iv. and n ported that -'1! ol her
' hi iarn ,-iih Marilyn. The gui -i
ided Maril) n's moth i I 'ohen,
M Ronald Ellis, Mrs. Dorothy Huffman, Mrs
A'agner, Mrs. Dannj Schvt irtz, Mrs. Fran
Esco M Al Greene, Mrs. Dann) Blatt, Mrs.
Do ith) Hoffman Mrs. A! Harris, Mrs. Maurice
Schmerli ig, ind Mrs. Bernice Young. Already
Marilyn has st irted to bo the perfect housewife,
besides being a perfect teach .. She hosted a
birthday party for one >l her friends.
COLD THERE, WARM HERE
Jane. Mrs iHurvey) Gorden flew up to
Brooklyn when her niece. Francine Schwartz-
man announced her engagement to Joel Herzel.
She had i grand lime showing off her new
svi ltc figure and red hair, and saw all of her old
friends and. of course, ths whole hatch of rela-
tives. She L.',t there in time to make her famous
noodle pudding for the reception and party held
at the home Of her sister. Mrs. Meyer Schwartz-
man.
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Pag 8-B
* lminr*1ettF*r)
Friday. March 19, 1971
Mrs. Jacobson Speaker At
Zionist Federation Meeting
The urgency of problems cur-
rently causing concern in Israel
the Middle Easl and Russia will be
Chassidic Festival Part {
Of 'Weekend Encounter
Jewish Agency for Israel, at .1
community-wide meeting of ili<
American Zionist Federation,
Wednesday al 8 p.m. in the Al-
giers Hoti I. Mrs, Jac >bs in w ill
1 1 des -i ibe the aims 1 d I sks
the newly-organized Federation.
Elected to the Executive at the|
27ih World Zionist Congress h Id
in 1. rus ilem Mrs. Jac >bson's ap-
pointment followed a >ng
distinguish l career. National
president of H^dassah from 1964
to 1988 she has been a delegate I When 65 lexers to the World Zionist Congress foi buildings on Bay Harbor Island-. 1
the past six ssions.
Mrs. Jncol s in was 1
met recsntlv tc disruss the 1971
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
of tli" con which ,nCy Fund campaign ef-
in the foun lin; of the new Am
[can Zionist Fede
in the United Sti
,ew V: r'I fort a;id the p irticipalion cf
' B Hr, tfrf-Knr Talrmds. Mivor
MRS. CHARLOTTE JACOBSON
thi pel of -in addr >ss by Char-
lotte 'Mrs. Mortimer J cobson, a
member of I'-'' Executive of the
Continental Caterers
Offers Passover Menu
Fi m lv\ West to Palm 11
Flo; re for the 11th year
fered traditional Passover
Seder menus so that they may
enjoj Continental Caterers' strict-
ly ko>her for Passover dinners in
their own homes
Free delivery is offered on or-
ders of 20 or mon dinners, with
e nominal charge for smaller or-
ders. Those wishing to pick up
their own food may do so on
Thursday. April 8 or Friday. April
9. between 9 a.m. and noon.
F r an order form and bro-
chure describing the traditional
dinners ($5.50 per person land als i
prep ired Passover foods such as
pefilte fish, chopped liver, chicken
soup and matZO halls, brisket of
bet f, potato pudding and CStTOl
tzimmes, call Continental Cater-1 Svosset, L.I., N.Y., and Mrs.
ers, 8393 Bird Rd. Orders,
Bay Harbor Islands. M-rvor
ment which is C3 ted to _. _u_. >,
Shepard bra. a, spoke about the
needs in I~r~el and the
The Federation counts 13 >V31 pressing needs in our lo-
tional Zio si oi anizatl nii ; .-.-'_ aqencies. He is p:c'.ured
with Hairy Harris, who repre-
sented Lancelot Apartments.
Rummage Sale Sunday
Dad
sale
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g nil it 9 a.i A
.
.ill bi al '
it was
ten youth movements i
nbership of 70 t.i I in the
United St tes amon
ship. S mi" 15.003 ol i
S iuth K! ii ill., -
.... youth, faced with drugs
riots and disloyalty to family,
urch and country. nev-|
ertheless si etc the truth, and they I
ire begii ning to realise that they
.<; fin ; it, according to Rabbi
A v tham Korf, Southeastern Di-
ol the Lubavitcher Move-
nent
id other Chassidtm
. their appeal at the
I'h philosophy of Chas-
sidim, which is the "true-Torah"
.,.. is b iser" on the tradi-
tion "i Jud item, lie said, and is
bserved not only as a tradition
vn ,i. n ni lyable and meanlng-
[ul way '' lil
la esl of the groups within
with m ire than
. -rs world-wide
the Lubnvitcher Movement aims
the iditional way
i .. ;.: to he'p o\ t-
come ignoranc R ibl I Korf ex-

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Mrs. Esther Feldblum, (left' c'
RASING
POST TIME 8:00 PM
FEATURING THE
gether with a di posit, must
A .1 2.
be
Lincoln Chapter Meeting
Worn ii'- I.
: hold a

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hi 28th.
Si minors tnd disrus< n
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Kacan of Detroit, M
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weekend will be \ ti issidlc F -.
' t.' ,,i oi Music, Song nd Dei
which will Im? presented bj the
Lubavitch Youth I'.. p of M
under the guidanc f Rabbi J.
tucker Saturday, March 27
th ami B
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^Marc* 19, .1^71
*Jewish fh rioffan
Kosoff, Shaw Cochairmen
Of Dedication Ceremonies
K nd Mu raj Shaw, pie Ner Tamid, and Mi. Kosoff,
Ilia! '. civic and n ligious
1 have t.....n namt d cochair-
linen for ilu M irch 28 ceremonies
leader in 11 n I Emanu-EI and
past prasidenl of the B'nai B'rith
m the Bai Harbour area, will work
it it it i\i iiiv .-..... --..,........| ... *-._ ji.i.in/ti. HIVH, V* II I \t Ui l\
ai Harl mi Hous which will mark with Mark D. Soroko, chairman of
Ihed it ion of a third ambulance ilio American Red Mogen Dovid
I* .. I .1 ., t .1 Im< mai^AMta ,.f fnm. T .......I ;.. l..l II... I.
Ith
for i. el don itcd by residents of
the h-ris ip trtment complex
I In ii--- than tw i years.
Mr. Shaw past presidenl ofTem-
JUDC't JACK fALK
H Jack Fiilk Is
ys' Host At
Zi Reception
I T1 iundal Ion of the .
Zic 0 m ol America.
wi f!ti in inckl
neys ol S
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Ki, ron National
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in 1 : I' I.
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nd pres-
1 -. r\ l us
i '1 Zionist
the ch lirman
cul \\ Co li-
st Organization
for Israel in B il Harbour.
Mr. Soroko will receive the na-
tional Helping Hand award of the
American Red Mogen Dovid dur-
ing the March 28 program, which
I will be free and open to the pub-
lic. He is senior vice president of
Revion, Inc., and chairman of the
, drug, cosmetic and allied indus-
tries for State of Israel B tnds.
He and Phil Klutznick. former
intern itional B'nai B'rith presi-
dent and a United States ambas-
sador to the United Nations, coop-
erated closely with the Israel gov-
ernment in the establishment of
l ai I's new port city of Ashdod,
Mr. Kosofl will serve is cochair-
man for 11 irbour I louse So'ith.
Committee members foi his build-
ing include Leo Miller. Sid Engle-
hart, John Stamm, Murray Pass-I
man, Perrj Safter, George R ittncr,!
1 >r, Benjan W -.11 in y Mink
Scott Elieson, David Kleiman, Mrs.
R I m and Mrs. H 'len
Lavcr. i
Mr. Sh h mis up the Harl
House Noi t'n c immittee. His mem-
bers include Victor Levin, Samuel
Rosenberg, [ruin Aldman, Leonard|
Levinson. Paul Hirshon, Joseph
Albert, Michael Bloom, William,
Nathan. Mollie Siegel and Mrs.
Mui n y Sh v.
Si mue! Rei ihnr l is Florid i
state ch lirman of he Americin
Red Mogen Dovid for 1st
Sol Lai lenl if
Ro I Asso ion
: eha
D I Countj i
if Israel' Red C iss
n
Page 9-B
Mapping plans for the March 28 ceremonies in Bal Harbour
cf the American Red Mogen Dcvid for Israel are Benjamin
Saxe of New York, left, national executive director, and Mark
D. Soroko of Eal Harbour and New York, chairman of the
organization s committee in the Harbour House apartments.
The program will feature dedication of the third ambulance
contributed by reiidents of Haibour House South and Har-
bour House North, plus the presentation of the Helping Hand
award to Mr. Soroko.
Principals in the highly successful Scholarship Ball of the
Lchrman Day School cf Temple Emanu-EI held in the Fried-
land Ballroom cf the Miami Bsach congiegation, include,
(from left: Samuel N. Friedland, chairman ci the board of
En anu-El; Rcbert L. Blur.1, gei
living Lehi id Joseph Cchen,
Hillel Leading In
Protest Activities
Hillel Fo .'. Unf-
vei sit. "- of Miami nd Fl irid i
have been assuming 1 id rship
irldw i le pi m
tests :,i-.i So. ict l!
in ol .' Jewish popul it ion.
Ri I St 'J Ringlcr direct n
ii ili B'nai B'rith-sponson d oi
- 'ii....... the Coral I! ''
npus n poi ted the doors of Hillel
House ai the University of Miami
hai i bei n boar led up I i drama-
tize restrictions placed upon Rus-
sian Jew -.
> candlelight march was held
this week on the local campus in
advance of a meetin> to he ir re-
rts on the current situation
the I'.s.s R.
In G tint s\ ill-', more th in
students and Gainesville 'esi
took part in a weekend ol a<
ties in behalf of S >. i I J
h d d h> the Uni\ ersitj ol
ilillel Fouiulatioi
Standing
Frid 'i ,,,;
ss c mmunity n
tollowi I. M or P<
Gainesvill Fat!
V. Gai h i
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Ii e :ii n:il directn Ml '
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S I .lev. n -
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legist FUrktnir
Friday, March 19, 19' I

liaAMd^MiJi,
LAXWAvA-^wAvA-A-A^A^AvAvAv'W^^WA*-*-
DAVID ORSilw
Saturday, March 20, at Temple
' fereth [si ael, David, the s in "i
>.! and Mrs. Stanley Orshan.7730
SW 16th St.. will become a Bar
Vit/.v ah.
'Ihr celebrant, a seventh grade
student at West Miami Junior
High School, plays baseball for
opicaJ Park Khoury League,
totball with the Southwest Youtl.
Activities team, and basketball at
the Y.MHA.
David's parent! will sponsor the
Kiddush following the services in
their son's honor.
& -k ir
DAVID FARBKK
David Abel, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Faiber. 1355 SW 19th
Nt.. will be called to the Torah as
. Bar Mitzvah at Both David Con-
gregation Saturday, March 20.
David attends Shenandoah Jun-
ior High School, where he is in
the seventh grade, and has been
i student at Beth l>avid for four
Mrs. Freida c. d
Gail, the cell '
al Nautilus Junior High School
ami also studies oil painting.
Among the quests will he h.i
grandparents, Mr. and Mis. Josi ph
D. Karsch and Mr. and Mrs. Al-
bert Sackner, and her great-grand-
mother, Mrs. Fannie Karsch.
AARON SCHWARTZ
Aaiun. the son of Mr. and Mi-
Gerald Schwartz. 1810 SW 86th
Ave, wi'l be called to the Torah
as a Bar Mitzvah Saturday morn-
ing. March 20. at Temple Or Olom.
Aaron, a seventh grade honor
student at West Miami Junior Hieh
School, is a member of the school
choir, the choir at Temple Or
Olom. and the Khoury League
football and baseball teams
Mr. and Mr-. Schwartz will host
the Oneg Shabbal Friday evening,
Hi. Kiddush on Saturday following
the services, and a reception ii
\ ii .:.'s honor Saturd i> evening al
tlie temple.
Among 'he honored guests will
be Aaron'- m denial grandmothet
David Orshan
David farber
OKTIS GARDNER
Curtis Lee. the Son >f Mr. and i
Mrs. Harold Gardner, will become
a Bar Mitzvah at Temple Israel
-ii Greater Miami Saturday morn-1
Ing, March 20.
Tin' celebrant, a seventh grade
student at Horace Mann Junior
High School, attends Temple Is-
i.ii Is Religious School.
Mr. and Mrs. I In diner will host
a reception al the Fontainebleau
Hotel Saturday evening in honor
of their sen. Amonj thi honored
guests wiii lx lii.s grandparents,
Mr. and Mis. Hj Brons in, and Mr.
and Mrs. Milton Sw< et.
.iant's grandmother, is a resident fromNewYork. Mrs. Sophie Bayer
Also attending will be Mr. and
Argentina.
ft ii
DENNIS FRIEDM *N
Dennis, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
ihan Friedman of Miami B
become i Bar Mitzvah at Tern-
Menorah, Saturday morning,
March 20. at 'i 30 a.m.
Dennis is a student at Temple
Menorah Religious School and at-
i- Nautilus Junior High School
\ Kiddush md luncheon honor-
'lie celebr mt will be held in
i Crimson Room of the temple.
ft ir
SARA SACKNER
s ira EUen, the daughter of Or
VIis. Marvin A. Sackner. 44t>5
N. Jefferson Ave. will b !
Mitzvah at Temple Menorah. Fri-
| vening, March 19,
S ira is a seventh grade student
Mrs. Morris Wekar of New J reej
md Mr. and Mrs. Irvine s
low, Mr and Mrs. Sander Dulitz
Mr, and Mrs. Murray Kaplan an i
Mr. and Mrs. Morris '/.
man from New York.
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JOSEPH PESHRACH
Rabbi Irving Lehrman will of-
l when Joseph Alan -
Mr. and Mrs Daniel Feshb ich I e-
c imes Mar Mitzvah S iturda )
Plans Finalized
For Bricksetters
Luncheon Event
A series i ai teas
wi 11 sponsiin d b) t:'. lb brew
Acadi my Womi n Bi icki Ites i
cently in eider to finalize plans
for Wi dm sday's I Ii ick-Sett
! on in the home ol
Leonai I R< n 10010 VV. Bi
view I >r I r Islands The
at
noon,
Dr. David Raab, Rabbi of Temple Beth Raphael, who instal'ec
the new officers of the Burleicjh House Social Club at .
Deauville Hotel recently is shown with Sam Fine, president.
Officeis include Harold Spec::, vice president; Harry R
fin, secretary; Irving Allen, recording secretary and Sy Roth
treasurer.
March 20, it Temple Emanu-EI. will be
Joseph attends Nautilus Juniot inship ot Mrs.
High, where he is in the seventh Julius Rosen. Participants wi
grade, and also ittends Temple cludi Hebrew v idem] ts
Emanu-EI Afternoon Reli ad ates and students A i
School. u'" ''' '"'' senti il bj
Mr ami Mrs, Harry Greenberg Murray Koretzk) well-kt
ad New V..rk. the celebrant's songstress
grandparents will ittend the event
Restaurant Opening
Lnder New Management
graduate oi the Hi bi w
who attend
fi i ence on S ii I Ji w rj is a di le-
gate i ecently, vi ill speak
half ol the Acadi mj Alui mi. The
president ol thi scho I's
body, Miriam W. in. will bring
grei tings from the stud I
One of Miami Beach's landmark
esl turantS Will open under new
ii'inasement for the Passover holi-
.....he |
Reservations are now being ac-Jsions wen Mrs \ Mrs.
cepted for Passover meals and B|QMaii.
complete line of Passover food
MtNASHt HIRSCH
lays It will offer residents of the
Greater Miami area the first
v ear-round Glatt Kosher facility
for dining and catering as well as
i complete line of ready-to-serve
foods, delicatessen and baked
goods,
Schechter and Hirsch, the na-
tionally known management of
the Caribbean Hotel, will open the
New Paradise Restaurant at 1451
Collins Ave.. Miami Beach in time
for the Seder meals the first eve-
ning of Passover, April 9, and for
the entire week of Passover as
well.
Following the grand opening of
ihe New Paradise, the restaurant
md ali other food departments will
serve luncheon and dinner meals
Sunday through Friday through-
out the year under the direction
>f Menashe Hirsch. a veteran per-
sonality in the kosher catering
field and partner in the manage-
ment of the Caribbean Hotel since
19fi*>.
including full Seder meal- and
baked goods prepared under strict
Kashruth supervision. Home de-
livery will also be available foi
ver orders. Reservation!
be made and placed by tell | h
Rabbi Gimpel Orimland will
manage the New Paradise Res-
taurant, Florida's first Glatt kosh >r
facility, which will offer thi
esl quality food at competitive
price- Complete Glatt kosher ca-
tering service will be available In
hotels, synagogues and banquet
tails throughout the Greater Mi-
ami area.
Feldi nki i .-
I.i onard Adler.
and Mrs
Thi ci an i I
: stive air to
the luncheon event are the oi
reati >m ol Mrs. Harry R
'.'! Mis. Al t 'ssip.
Rabbi Isacc Siegal of Jersey City. N.J., presents Cer-
tificate of Kashruth to Bernard Mcnischewitz. president
ci the Manischewitz Company: From left to righl
: David L. Stiver, Harrisburg, Pa., Rabbi Chaim
Karlinflky, Brooklyn, N.Y., Rabbi Siegal, D.
Mar.ischewi-.z, Bernaid Manischewitz. William B. Man-
ischewitz, and Rabbi Emanuel Gettinqer of New York
City.
LEGAL NOTICE
"NEXT YEAR IN
JERUSALEM"
WIN
SALEM'S
VACATION
IN ISRAEL
SWEEPSTAKES
25 ADDITIONAL PRIZES
NO PURCHASE REQUIRED
1. On an officiat entry or on a
3" x 5" plain piece of paper, print
your name, address and zip code,
certifying that you are at least 21
years of age. Also include the
name of your SALEM Dealer.
2. With each entry send 2 empty
SALEM packages (King or Super
King) or the words"SALEM WITH
NATURAL MENTHOL" printed in
block letters on a 3" x 5" piece of
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.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
XOTKT3 IS Hi:i:i:i:\ UIVEN lhal
Hi.- uinJrlKi a ci.M, n,k i.i .
of HIAJIiiMi AND I'u.vtPAW in
'\ S \V. 1"L'.I Court, .Miami. Klo.
!.,'.' \",""lr !" roKlstei Haiti name
V '",riv'k "' '"- Circuit Court
"I I >.nl.- County. Florida
BARRS B DIAMOND
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
* undersigned, dealrini to engage
11th
ANNUAL
7 Weeks
$940
ISRAEL
BAR MITZVAH PILGRIMAGE
A unique educational experience for boys and girls of
Bar Mitzvah age this July and August. Rich, religious,
educational and cultural program designed to acquaint
participants with Israel, its people and culture.
DEPT. OF EDUCATION & CULTURE JEWISH AGENCY
515 Pork Avenue, New York, N.Y. 10022 Tel: (212) ft 2-0600 Exjt. 343
Clerk of the circuit Couri .T'i>.',de
County, Florida
Florida City Wlda
PuMlahiua;, Inc.
____________________S'5-12-l-l
' = ,TcHvErlRCU,T COURT OF THE"
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
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AMENDED
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\\ ILFREDO HUOL'ET
Plaintiff,
va,
ANA .MAIU.V PEREZ HIitlKT
Defenda.ni
TO: ana MARIA PEREZ HUOUOT
Apartment No. 10*
Apartment No
Havana, i inba
,. TS2JS& HMWBY notified that'
... '""I'lnini for Divorce haa i.....n
ril."l attlnal you. ami you arc hereby
reo,re.l t.. nerve ,v of your an-
n^.r ""'r. P-i"aT to the Com-
,'i'iv ?nrte. RWH""' torW*v
JOHN J, OAL.LAOHER, MSI \ \v
1'
  • and file the original with th^ Clerk
    for. ,'k' ,Z"i !&Wi ('"urt- on <" *>'-
    rore the 19th day of April. l<.;| r tt
    . B B I Ef'THEftMAN
    ae'aula will h* r...r..,i againal roa
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    Clerk of Circuit Court
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    irituaries
    ervices Held For Manya Rabinow!)z
    ! n ral si rvii >s wen held Sun-' her daughters, Mrs, Tanya Zallea
    .laieh 14, ... the Riverside of Ba, Harbor and Wilmington,
    'it i Manya iMary) Rabin- Del., and Mrs. Goldie Goldstein, of
    80, of 10275 Collins Ave. Bay Harbor Islands. 10 grandchil-
    InUrmenl followed in Mt. Nebo iren and 10 great-grandchildren.
    C< mcterj
    ' ARKIN. Dorothy, 78 M B Blnxberg
    Mis. RabinowitZ, who passed JOSEPHO. Alexandra, 63, 1680 James
    waj Satuidav, can,, to Florida i LE\)Y v..-.'.;. \%\,';;;!;; 89 Mn Rlver.
    7 years ago from Philadelphia, wi Pa., and was a memb r of Temple "ffSJg^vftS*."' '7'"" W ""'
    Imanu-E', a life member ol the sheld. i.oui si, sins Cariyle \ .
    rempl( ai -ill Sisterhood and JJJ0,,de- Wvemide. interment Mb
    he .T' \' ish Home fcr the Aged, wayne. ceil, 62. si si s.w. 16th st.
    She participated in the Women's L.'^l'jonaH. si. M.n masher*.
    HVISIOII cai Ipaipn ol the Greater BLAU, Fred, 5!>, 1198 Venetian Way.
    v,lami Jowish Federation. i feblow.'' i....... 72 mo we*. Av. .
    , r M Newman
    Survivors InclUdl her .....I Da- iFELDMAN. Morris, 73 7303 Harding
    vid and Mori Is R il inowit;. Miami,
    /%i BBi.J~clress Mrs. HIise Adams (seat-
    te show v/ith (standing left to right) Mrs.
    rge Steam. Souiheastem Florida Region
    acial Assi ;ar.~e chairman; Mrs. Leonard
    Tfhenik. president, and Mrs. Phillip Stark,
    Executive Committee chairman of South-
    eCMtern Florida Region WAO. and Rabbi
    Sol Lcr.dau of Beth David Congregation at
    the recent "Coronation Limcheon."
    Mrs. Sadie Segall,
    61-Year Resident,
    Dies A l Age of 80
    Av*
    M I'. Rl> < rnldt Irit i men! Mi.
    GREENZWEIG. I.ouis, '.1 333
    M I. Itlverxide.
    HARRISON. Joneilh, 1030 X \V.
    131 hi 'i'. r. Lev III Mt,
    \-..i.
    KAPUSTIN. -i0. 2363 N K.
    I l"3nl si Rlvi rsldi
    ! KLEIN, v, llliam, 79. I..... Weri Ave .
    M i: n
    MANDEL M Itnn, Si Collins
    Avo M.n Rlvei
    Mrs S'i Segall, 80, pioneer metz. in s.w
    ., ...,., 'lordoll In' rni.nl \I> Sm.il
    Iiamian who came to the Miami orton. b< h isth Ave.
    .. husband, Philip. In a/i2iJj > "l .,. >n x. i.,
    , ,,.,.. ,-, SAGMAN. .!-. I h. .!!
    1910, dii d S iturda ian h l i, al ,,,,i ,;.,,,.. ,;
    Si Francis Hospital. She lived al tuch. Lilly. 73. 1223 Marseille Dr..
    - K-i- 1 o. M.R Blai
    HJ] M. 01S1 at. WILNER. Morrla, 83. 1020 n I"'.
    M II. Riv< r
    Marabi lla,
    ba

    Mrs. Segal! and her late hus- backhus. none Bloom, ;v 700 s.w.
    md. who came to the United COHEN.' Ell'.'W.'mSO X.E 18th Ave.,
    Stales from their native Romania, 1 Worth1 Miami itcn<-h Rivernui.
    ... .,, ,, T,, .,. ADELIN. Abraham, 67, 22o P nl B
    i, childh.od sweethearts, rheii Dr \-rth Miami neaeh n
    il-vear marria e ended with his adler. Max, 79 lasn Washington
    , '.. ,,...., Av* M 11 I: ".. 1 aide
    leatn in ISbH. ascher. Kalinin, 82, 8953 Collins
    Ave Mil. Riven de
    Till' SegallS helped to found llif DEUTCH. Benjamin, 82, 11 first Jewish congregation in the g,vnei.MB MMe interment Mt.
    Sivaler Miami area in 1913, am Joant, Max, 64. 2346 s.w 17th Ter.
    Mis. Segall was an acUve mimbei gl:a'z'1'e'r. Michael, b.i, 3i7 Bay Dr..
    il r.i th David Synagogue and par- surfsid* Hive I*
    tidpal d In numerous local char- KAi^Mfjraa*. 75, -.....3 .-"inns avo..
    table and congregational affairs. Kaufman, chart, ^^^J";
    5810 S.W 94th
    Her husband, a long-time Jewish intermentMi Setn
    MELTZ. ISlli.
    i mm mil. Icadt r, deall in real pi r
    ... ... samuei s. inn. a : Bmer-
    stal ilurinq Gn at- r mi imi s A. ,,.. .
    bcom years and buill housing for
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    :! p|. al Mount Nebo C< mi -1
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    IditoriAi cf Beth Torah Ccngregntion, in-
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    r tee dainna; Mis. Jo5oph Golden, and
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    cJewish Floridian
    Miami. Florida Friday, March 19, 1971
    Eli Timoner Accepts
    Division Chairmanship
    p, a promin nl j
    ... :
    . anship : le Initial
    pifi [vision of the Gi i i
    .'.wish Federation's 1971
    wish A| pi al-Israel
    Fund l Jo-
    J tor, genera
    i ; 71 drivi I is an-

    dist
    s sen associ-
    .' I! Willis
    IS Jl Sfl
    lioi Eis '. Richard
    At thur Horow Itz, Honvich, Norman Kasser, Leon-
    aid l- "!o" Marcus, 11 v
    t Paigi 3 Pop-
    Ick, Lawn ro i Poi ti r, Eorton
    Fn 1 Stone, Rol erl H.
    Trauiig, Howard Trlnz Leonard
    ; and Peter Wolf, Mi
    r add* d.
    \Ve renewed all as ts of the
    campaign" Mr. Timoner noted.
    in fully arii
    through every card in the
    atii .'i fill b on i i] .' ho at i
    ,, .,n sbul at ihe Initial r.ifis
    level, or wh i ntially il
    thai i vei. We deiei mm* il to
    abandon a! i >r fund raising
    events, an I to orgai i
    and subdh id< ,. v i rk on a most
    businesslik .. -.- in order to gel ;
    this verj lone," Mr,
    Timoner s
    Mr, N out that the
    ki y iii I hie i i ; fort rests.
    'i il in ; bill in dir cl
    solicitati nd fai to fa
    > sit lion. "To this
    end," he commented "we are in-
    stitute lor meeting con-
    whei groups of friends
    will be In1 private homes,
    and until Mi) mi's projected total
    ,i! 100 pal loi :.. tings are held.
    this campaign cannot close or
    ii ach it- goaJ."
    During I | od of time a
    great many speakers professional
    and laj business leaders from oth-
    er parts of the country will be
    a\aiiable to ,iss.--i in the fund-
    raising efforts at the moo-tings
    being planned. Noting the drama-
    tie increase In giving this year,
    Mr. Kanter declared, "people now
    seem I i njoj announcing
    their gifts."
    Mr. Timoner, a member of the
    CJA-IEF Campaign Cabinet, at-
    tended the University of Illinois
    from the Univer-
    sity ol Miami whei he served as
    Stiififie Covi rn-
    menl ji d was i to the li >i
    and li-tid ir
    W .....n Anioru an Col-
    legi -.'
    A member of the univi rsity
    Alumni Ass elation, Mr. Timoner
    has also rved as a director and
    a member o; the Executive Com-
    mittee of the National Children's
    Cardias Hospital. Ho is also a
    j member of the Young Presidents
    Organizations, the Board of Diree-
    | tors of Temple Israel, a director
    of the Philharmonic Society, Inc.,
    i and has served on the Advisory
    Board of the Pan American Bank
    i of Miami.
    At the recent Ssacoast Towers Noith buf'et dinner resident -
    increased thair giving to the 1971 Combined Jewish Ap;:ec
    Israel Emergency Fund campaign by over 50%. From le:.
    to right are Charles Merwitzer, chairmen; Mrs. Alexand=.
    Gross; Rabbi Alexander Gross, founder and principal of th-
    Hebrew Academy, who was guest speaker; Max Weitz ar/
    Morris Fox, cochairmen.
    Local Delegates Report On
    International Conference
    Over 70 residents of Octagon Towers attended the annuc'.
    Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund cam-
    paign breakfast meeting. From left to right (seated) are Mrs
    Nathan Pcdel, wife of the honorary chairman; Gerald
    Schwartz, guest speaker, and Irving Kaplan, chairman
    (standing) Harry Sheer, cochairman; Morris Spierer and Alex
    Eelchman, vice chairmen.
    ll U--' Cir'. I.......
    \ run ind Men
    i- Ml-
    . S Pop-
    I ,] Irli -
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    Mr* .....h' \:
    tlnfc fntu
    nd I rrj Burrc I
    i mow Its, n pi .- Ui x
    rsv.
    [nt< rn itl inal Conl ren
    was coi bj th< American
    nference On S iviet Jew-
    i liaison with the B'nai B'rith
    I Coui .1-wish
    As n S the World Zioi Isl Orga-
    I ation, and the World Jewish
    Coi res with thirty-eighl coun-
    tries pai ticip iting.
    The purpose and spirit of the
    Conference was dramatically por-
    trayed in the very first session at
    which five "survivors" from Rus-
    sia gave their testimony of their
    life in Russia and of their efforts
    to leave for Israel. Captain Orisha
    Feigin, who holds seven medals as
    the hero of the Soviet Union lequal
    to our Congressional Modal of
    Honor i described how ho returned
    the medals to the Supreme So-
    viet explaining that he could not
    continue to live in a country where
    tews are not ] '. to live as
    i. Aft w ing experi-
    .... 'til hands of
    the So> ir ai th itii s, he was I
    nally all Ite to Is-
    rael four iys tn ton me con-1
    ..-:- inference.
    He was flown directly from Is-
    .....> ar his |.....-
    soi.ai testimi : j Captain Feigin
    the necessity
    for "unity" amongst the Jewish
    communiti >t the world in pres-
    suring the So\ t Union to allow ;
    Its Jews i ite to Israel.
    Equally dramatic was the testi-
    mony of the young eighteen year
    old Kraina Shur, whose voice was
    barely audible when she said: "I I
    speak not for myself but for my j
    brother who lias been sentenced to
    14 years of hard labor in the Len-
    ingrad trials. He was sentenced as
    a criminal. Is it a crime to want
    to live as a Jew? Is it a crime
    to want to go to Israel?" She
    pleaded with the audience to give
    a loud ami resounding "no" to the
    leaders of the Kremlin.
    The evening session on Tuesday.
    ' Feb. 23. which marked the open-
    in. of the Conference, featured
    th< m 'H Arthur J. Goldberg ol
    the Ur Si ites who presented
    the "legal charge" against the
    So U ii in.
    iting the first plenary
    session were two diverse pers n
    ti' st was David Suss-
    kind, a Jew, the leader of
    the Jewish community of Belgium,
    \: lined the political pres-
    sure which Russia attempted to
    u<. againsl Belgium attempting
    her to reject hosting the Confer-
    ence. Heroically, he explained
    B, Igium refused to bow to the in-
    ternational blackmail of the Rus-
    sian bear. Mr. Susskind received
    ,i sustained ovation.
    The second day session of the
    Conference was dedicated to the
    "analysis and perspective of the
    situation of Soviet Jews" by emi-
    nent and world renown scholars
    and leaders knowledgeable in So-
    viet affairs. At issue was the U.N.
    resolution on human rights which
    guarantees every citizen the right
    to emigrate from his country and
    to return to it. The Soviet Union,
    as a signatory to this resolution.
    Continued on Pao 6-C
    More than 150 women from throughout Dade County who
    had pledged a minimum contribution of S200 to the 197.
    Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund campaign
    attended the Greater Micmi Jewish Federation's Women 5
    Division Sponsor Luncheon at the Westview Country Club.
    From left to right are Mrs. Stanley Arkin, member of the
    Miami Beach Area Board; Mrs. Jack Hartley, sponsor chair-
    man. Miami Beach; Mrs. Judith Beiiin, guest speaker; and
    Mrs. Salmon Bader, chairman of the day.
    Miami Beach Lodge To
    Install New Officers

    The receiving line at the reception held re-
    cently at the home of Rep. and Mrs. Marshall
    Harris (left) honoring Eugene Greenspan, the
    newly-appointed Executive Director of the
    Jewish Vocational Service, and Mrs. Green-
    span, (right) also included JVS president
    Stuart Rothchild and Mrs. Rothchild (center).
    Rep. Harris is a member of the JVS Board.
    The Miami Beach Lodge # 1591.
    B'nai B'rith will hold its installa-
    tion banquet at the Seville Hotel.
    Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. The Bodge,
    Miami Beach's oldest, will also be
    celebrating its 25th anniversary.
    One of the features of the pro-
    gram will be a ceremony in which
    20 past | residents will he honored
    for their service to the lodge. Par-
    i ints in th program will in-
    clude C intor Hym in F< n
    :
    Georgi J. Talianoff wil
    i .: Samu I P
    will act as master of cerem
    s :hat ".nan. hon <
    president will present a s]
    award lent, 1
    rence H. Shuman during the In
    on. Mr. Shuman, wh
    I his lodge with distinct m
    for two terms, was chairman ol
    the Sen .' Fund for two years,
    ta i :i each oc i
    Morris Reiffen. the incoming
    president of the Miami
    Lodge, served as president-eject
    during the past year and was
    chairman of the anti-Defamation
    League Committee. He is also
    very active in the Men's Social
    Club at 100 Lincoln Road Apart*
    ments.
    Mr. Reiffen comes from N W
    York City, where he participate
    , in numerous communal activiti s,
    and was active with the Grand
    ! Street Boys. He was a specialist
    . in the insurance field.
    : officers to bo ins: |
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    also include a floor show and dance.
    Reservations may be made at tho
    Miami Beach B'nai B'rith Lods;e
    office, 350 Lincoln Rd., Suite 328.


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    Florida is playing an active role
    in a i Innovative Yeshiva Univer-
    sity program for educating men-
    1 !y retarded children, with 125
    .is conducting field testa In
    19 countries.
    The teachers represent the lar-
    gest group among some 300 teaeh-
    is from 10 states and Saskat-
    chewan, Canada, field testing a
    unique curriculum based on th
    social learning needs of educabl
    mentally retarded children.
    The comprehensive educational
    program i> being developed by the
    Research and Development Cen-
    ter in Curriculum for the Mentally
    R irded, directed by Dr. Herbert
    Goldstein, professor <>f education
    Y. shiva University's Ferkauf
    (", iduate Sehool of Humanities and
    E Sciences in New York.
    Unique In its attempt to c
    bine research and curriculum de-
    velopment, the Center is develop-
    ing a program designed especially
    the retar led, to prepare him
    to deal with practical problems
    he will face in life.
    Working closely with Mrs. M ir-
    Fratkin, coordinator of field
    rations it the Curriculum Cen-
    ter, are Mis. Wendy Cullar, Mrs.
    Louise Fahrney and Joyce Runyon.
    <.f the Florid i State Department of
    Kducntion.
    The 19 counties and their ficld-
    test advisors are Mrs. Jeanette
    Johnson, Calhoun: Mary Ann
    Doutrich. Dade; Mrs. Elizabeth
    Livingston. Kscambia; Mrs. Ruth
    Marsh. Hernando; Mrs. Jean
    Moore, Highlands: Mrs. Margaret
    Amo, Hillsborough: Harry Hurst.
    Indian River: Mrs. True Echo!-.
    Leon: William Patterson. Osceola;
    Mrs. Joyce Swaffield, Palm Beach:
    Thomas Sarchioto. Pinellas; Hurlie
    Coose. Sarasota, and Mis. Virginia
    Malarney, Volusia.
    Mrs. Joellen Kellerman, Cresc
    Regional Center I Baker. Bradloid.
    Gilchrist. Levy. Nassau and Union
    Counties i.
    Ferkauf Graduate School of
    Humanities and Social Sciences
    j offers program in elementary and
    secondary education (including
    English and social studies teach-
    ing); administration; reading; psy-
    | eh'dogy (clinical, educational, ex-
    perimental, school and social"; Jew-
    ish iducation: guidance (counselor
    J education i: special education; and
    language and behavior. It has an-
    I nounced plans to expand further
    into the humanities and social sci-
    j cnce.s. Courses of study lead to
    Ster's and doctoral degrees, cer-
    i tification and Specialist's Certifi-
    cate.
    Ferkaul Graduate School of Hu-
    manities and Social Sciences is un
    integral division of Yeshiva Uni-
    versity, America's oldest anil larg-
    est university under Jewish au-
    spices, now in i's 85th year.
    The University's undergraduate
    colleges and graduate schools "
    natural sciences, social sciences
    and humanities offer programs
    leading to bachelor's, master's ami
    loctoral degrei for s.o. o men and
    women. It also conducts a network
    of affiliates, community service
    - ind a w i lespread pro-
    gcam of research, and publishes
    .- sral scholai ly journals.
    Yeshiva University's Main Cen-:
    ter is in Manhattan's Washington
    Heights, with three other major
    centers in Manhattan and the!
    Bronx.
    Cantors To Hold A
    Memorial Service
    The Cantors Association of
    Greater Miami will hold a me-
    morial service for the late Cantor
    Pinchik Monday at 8 p.m. at Knes-
    scth Israel Congregation. 1415
    Euclid Ave.
    Under the direction of Cantor
    ConvLser of Temple Beth Sholom i
    the cantors choral group will sing
    appropriate Psalms. Cantors V.\ .
    Adler, Saul Breeh, Nathan Schub
    and M. Yardeini, will sing Cantoi
    Pinchik's liturgical c:>m|>ositions;
    Cantor Ahriham Seif will chant
    the Ell Mil.- P. ichamim and Rabbi
    David Lehrfield, spiritual lea.lei ot
    the congregation, will s|>eak.
    Participating in the program will
    be Cantors Nico Feldman, Jacob
    im I.ipson, Irving
    Shulkes N ithan Parnass, and Hy-
    man Fi in
    Rabbi Gross Heads
    Torah Umesorah's
    Conclave In Atlanta
    Rabbi Alexander S Gross, prin-
    cipal of the Hebrew Academy of
    Gieater Miami, and chairman of
    the Southern Region of the Na-
    tional Conference of Yeshiva Prin-
    cipals, an affiliate of Torah Ume-
    sorah, will head the first Southern
    Regional Convention of the Torah I
    Umesorah, the National Society!
    for Hebrew Day Schools, in At-'
    lanta Ga., Sunday and Monday.!
    More than 30 Hebrew Day j
    Schools in communities through-
    out the South will participate In.
    the Atlanta conclave which will
    feature addresses, panel discus-
    sions and workshops by outstand- J
    ing educators, spiritual leaden
    licials of P.T.A. groups and He-
    brew day SChOOl faeullv members
    Also participating in the conven-
    tion will be Mrs. Harold Tokayer.
    president of the Hebrew Academy
    Parent-Teacher Association, and
    Mrs. Morris Waldman, vice pres-l
    ident.
    Dr. Joseph Kaminei-ky. national!
    director of Torah Umesorah, ill!
    be guest speaker at a convention j
    banquet session Sunday evening I
    The two-day conference will alsi j
    feature sessions devoted >" such'
    topics as "Spiritual
    teaching techniques, and Federal
    aid to education. Nationally prom- |
    Inent educators will serve as re-
    source personnel at the workshops:
    and seminars.
    Beth Torah Purim Festival i
    Beth Tor ih Congregation, will j
    hold its Purim Festival March IS-j
    21 at the temple, featuring oil
    paintings, sculpture, artifacts and I
    a ramies, games, rides, food, booths |
    fun for the whole family. It will,
    be open all day Thursday. Friday,
    and Sunday, and Saturday from j
    7 p.m. until midnight.
    A record setting attendance marked the Triton Towers' sec-
    ond annual Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
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    more than S100.000 was raised on behalf of the combined
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    At Beth Raphael's Banquet
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    Week's Miami Beach Hadassah Schedule
    Sam Cohen, honorary life prcsi-
    denl -if the Temple Beth Raphael
    Congregation, who has served with
    SAM COHEN
    distinction as president, and has
    been activi in many other chari-
    table activities, will ho the hon-
    ored guest at the congregation's
    annual banquet at the Plaza Hotel.
    Collins Avenue and 54th St., which
    .vill also celebrate the 70th anni-
    versary ui the Jewish Nation il
    Fund, Sunday at 6:30 p.m.
    Guest speaker will 1h' Rabbi May-
    er Abramowitz, chairman of the
    v cut:' i Board of the Jewish N i-
    iional Fund, and spiritual leader
    : Temple Menorah, who attended
    the Internationa! Conference of
    S< vie) Jewry in Brussels, Belgium.
    The invocation will he de-
    ed by Rabbi David Raab,
    - liritlial leader, and Temple Beth
    Raphael's Cantor Saul H. Breeh,
    vill sing the anthems. Music will
    he furnished by Irving Pietrack
    nd his orchestra. Guest artist will
    be Yiddish humorist Herschel Gen-
    del, of the Jewish stage
    Isidore Rosenborg is chairman of
    the banquet committee. Serving
    with him are Harry Rosenthal. Sam
    Segal. Adolph Osterman, Sol Kri-
    cun, Morris Schwartzman, Eva
    Berger, David Waloshin. Dr. Isaac
    Unterman and Morris Eingold.
    Hebrew Theological
    College V-P Brunch,
    Reception Speaker
    Rabbi Harold P. Smith, admin-1
    istrative vice president of the Hc-
    brew Theological College of Sko-'
    kio. 111., will be the guest speaker
    at a special brunch in the Israelite |
    Center, and w ill address the mem-1
    bership of Young Israel at an eve- j
    ning reception Sunday.
    Rabbi Smiths visit will culmi-
    nate a full week of activities in
    behalf of the Hebrew Theological i
    College, which is the largest of
    its kind west of New York, main-
    taining a Rabbinic Department, a
    Liberal Arts College, a Yeshiva
    High School with a full religious
    ind secular program, a Teachers'
    Institute for Women, a School of
    Adult Jewish Education, and a
    Graduate Schoci of Advanced Jew-
    ish Studies.
    Rabbi Smith a former national
    vice president of the Rabbinical,
    Council of America, is presently
    national coc'nairman. of its Leg-
    islative Committee, and is Chi-;
    cago's representative on the Na-
    tional Kahhinic Advisory Council
    of the United Jewish Appeal.
    The author ol .: widely-used text-
    book on Jewish customs and cere-
    monies, Rabbi Smith, who holds
    the degree of Doctor of Hebrew
    Literature, hi .- -. rved for 20 years
    as spiritual leader of Congregation
    Agudath Achim in Chicago.
    Martin D. Cohn of Hazleton. Pa.,
    has been elected to a three-
    year term as chairman of B'nai
    B'rith commission on adult Jew-
    ish education. The commission
    administers B'nai B'rith adult
    study program on Jewish his-
    tory, literature, life and thought
    in more than 2,000 units in
    North America.
    The uei :<'; schedule for various'
    groups in the Miami Beach Chap-
    tor of Hadassah includes several!
    Youth Aliyah luncheons and an
    eye-bank party, it has been an-
    nounced. |
    Plaza hoo Group will hold its
    annual Youth Aliyah event Mon- i
    day noon at the Waldman Hotel.
    Program Will include drawing for
    an Ima. Rose Kopel is president.
    The Herd Group's Youth Aliyah
    luncheon event will be held Mon-
    day noon in the Americana Hotel.
    President is Rose Siegmund.
    Two filled eye-banks or S10 will '
    be the price of admission to the |
    Shalonu Group's Eye-Bank party
    in the Shore Club Monday noon. ,
    Mrs. Edith Shapiro is president. j
    Florence Barth will be the guest I
    speaker at the Stephen S. Wise',
    Group's annual Youth Aliyah b -
    efit in the Ed< n Roc Hotel at n ,.i
    Monday. Musical entertain
    will be provided by Enzio and
    Lonia, vocalists and instrui
    talists. Mrs. Gertrude Sossn
    president. i
    Four groups will be hoi
    their Youth Aliyah luncheons in
    tin Algiers Hotel Monday no
    Songstress Ann Kay will provide
    the musical entertainment for the
    .Morton Towers Group's functi
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    her accompanist, Helen Treitri in
    will entertain the Israeli Group,
    and entertainment has also I :i
    arranged for the Esther Group
    and the Henrietta S/.oM Group, .f
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    Friday^ Maerh 19. 1971
    letters to the editor
    KDITOR, The Jewish Floridiun:
    Since the recent disclosures con-
    cerning the secret trials for the
    supi>oscii hijackings in Russia, and
    the anti-Semitism that is the of-
    ficial policy of the Communist re-
    Rime, rebirth has been given to
    the age old cry "Let My Peo-
    ple Go." which is more emotional
    than realistic. Whether the Israeli
    statement that 340 Jews were al-
    lowed to emigrate In 1970 is cor-
    rect or the Russian claim that the
    number is 1,500. is not important
    just academic where 3\i mil-
    lion people are concerned.
    True enough, the Russians allow
    e few "trouble makers" to leave
    but can anyone realize how many
    thousands of dissidents or those
    who dare to complain, are sent to
    mental institutions, labor camps
    and Siberia, never to be heard
    from again? We are grateful for
    the few Jews that Russia does al-
    low to emigrate but. in addition. ]
    we must never forget those Jews
    who must, of necessity, remain in
    Russia.
    When we discuss Russian Jewry,
    we must consider 3H million peo-
    ple and not a handful of Jews.
    Some years ago I spent over a
    month in Moscow, Kiev, Leningrad
    and Odessa, and had a good oppor-
    tunity to see and learn at first
    hand of the horrible anti-Semitism
    and terrible fear th.it Russian
    Jews live with.
    The Jews of Russia do not have
    to wait for George Orwell's 1984 -
    they have always been living in
    an Orwellian era with its thought
    control, pogroms, fear of speaking
    against the government, the dread
    of the midnight knock on the door,
    and its purges .is carried out by
    the secret police.
    The 3% million Russian Jews arc
    living in fear and will eventually
    be completely assimilated and lose
    th '.. culture and heritage. The
    Communist leaders have learned
    well from the Nazis. The Nazis
    made it easy to identify Jews by
    compulsory yellow the Russians use circumcision as a
    means to identify Jews, so Jewish
    parents no longer have their male
    offspring circumcizcd, thereby giv-
    ing up one of the most sacred
    commitments of their heritage and
    religion so as not to expose their
    children to cruel persecution and
    second-class citizenship.
    Now, to be realistic, if Russia
    would allow all of its Jews to emi-
    grate, where could they go? Could
    they emigrate to America? The
    U.S. has limited quotas. Should
    they go to Argentina with its anti-
    Semitism since it has become a
    haven for refugee Nazis? Should
    they go to other South American
    countries which have become Com-
    munist states? Or Latin American
    countries which have become mili-
    tary dictatorships?
    If Russia would allow Jews to
    emigrate, could Israel accept and
    provide tor them at this time?
    Israel today has a i>opulation of
    three million (which includes .100,-
    000 Arabs). Could Israel absorb a
    sudden influx of hundreds of thou-
    sands of new immigrants and new-
    comers, in addition to the 50,000
    who already come in yearly? Could
    they feed and shelter them? Could
    they provide the medical, educa-
    tional and sanitary facilities need-
    ed? Could they find employment
    for those physically able to work,
    without throwing their economy
    out of gear and balance at this
    time?
    Besides, Communist Russia, to
    solidify its foothold in the Middle
    East, must appease the Arabs who
    violently oppose stepped-up immi-
    gration to Israel. Therefore, most
    efforts must be concentrated on
    continuous world pressure to pre-
    serve the culture, religion and
    identit," of the Jews remaining and
    suffering under the yoke of Com-
    munist anti-Semitism.
    In the meantime, I fear that the
    days of the suffering and "Wan-
    dering Jew" are not yet over, in
    spite of their tremendous contri-
    butions to mankind over the cen-
    turies in whatever countries they
    settled
    ABE SOLOSKO
    Miami Bench
    EDITOR, The Jewish Floridiun:
    We have received an urgent
    communique from the Minister for
    Religious Affairs in Jerusalem ad-
    vising us that a growing number
    of new communities, border vil-
    lages, kibbutzim, army outposts,
    schools and institutions have sub-
    mitted a request to the Ministry
    for Torah Scrolls. (The supply of
    -crolls which were brought from
    Rumania has now been exhausted'.
    In the last three years, 4,694
    Torah Scrolls have been requested.
    Thus far 1,300 have been distrib-
    uted including 220 to Zahal and
    thirty to the Kotel Hamaaravi.
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    in New York and all Israel Con-
    sulates throughout the United
    States are prepared to receive
    scrolls which communities or in-
    dividuals might wish to donate for
    shipment to the Ministry for Re-j
    ligious Affairs in Jerusalem.
    The Minister is hopeful that to
    the extent that there arc congre-
    gations which are on the verge of
    closing down, they will consider
    transferring as many scrolls as
    they can spare to Israel. He also
    recommends the initiation of a spe-
    cial project (which I feel merits
    your sincerest endeavor) whereby
    synagogues in the United States
    establish a direct link with com-
    munities in Israel by donating to
    them one or more of their scrolls.
    A special emissary from the
    Minister for Religious Affairs.
    Rabbi Joseph Ralbag, has been
    dispatched to this country explic-
    itly lor this purpose and he will
    be prepared to meet with inter-
    ested parties to discuss this proj-
    ect in more detail.
    We would appreciate it if you
    would give the matter your fullest
    attention and widest coverage and
    circulation through your media.
    ZVI CASPI, Consul!
    11 East 70th St.,
    New York, N.Y. 10021 I
    Tickets are now available for the Temple Israel Sisterhood
    Donor Luncheon at the Doral Beach Hotel Wednesday,
    March 17. Pictured are Mrs. Harold Stone, (left) cochairman,
    Mrs. Howard Novell, vice president of administration.; Mrs.
    Joseph Bulbin, national Sisterhood board member who is
    also serving as a ticket chairman for this event. Mrs.
    Samuel Gray, ticket chairman, and Mrs. Kenneth Treister,
    cochairman.
    Mordecai Yardeini Presenting Cantata
    Israeli singer, cantor, composer
    and recording artist Mordecai Yar-
    deini will be featured in a cantata j
    called "The Song of My People," j
    together with Emilia Estiville. vio-
    linist, and Esther Barrett, pianist,
    Thursday, March 25, at 8 p.m. in
    the Hibiscus Auditorium, Alton Rd.
    and 10th Street, Miami Beach.
    The composer of many popular j
    Israeli. Yiddish and Cantorial
    songs, Cantor Yardeini, who holds
    a degree from the Union Sacred
    School of Music, is the author of
    four books on Jewish music and
    literature. A former president, he
    is now first vice presi tent ul the
    Cantors Association of America,
    and a member of the Yiddish Wri-
    ters Union of America.
    Cantor Yardeini will conduct
    Passover "S'dorim" and service!
    at Singer's Hotel, in Spring Val-
    ley, N.Y.. this year.
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    a Mechayeh. It comes in a new blue package and two new
    fancy servers. It's a very sweet package. So look for us
    in the dairy case.
    If you think it's sweet butter, but it's not.
    It's Unsalted Sweet Chiffon.
    To get your store coupon good for a free pound of
    Unsalted Sweet Chiffon*, cut out this certificate and
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    People Using_Mor _Bottled Water
    According to the American Bot-
    tled Water Association, the use of \
    bottled spring water had increased !
    tremendously in the past few years.
    A leader in the field, the Mountain j
    Valley Water Co. of Hot Springs,
    Ai'k.. estimates that one out of ov-
    try BOO homes now use hottlcd
    water.
    At Mountain Valley, which is the
    only nationally bottled spring water
    jrom one source, the continuous
    flow of its bottles to all parts of i
    the nation enables the company to I
    follow the trend and patterns of|
    bottled water consumption through-
    out the nation.
    John G. Scott. Mountain Valley
    president, pointed out that a
    significant factor is the consum-
    er's concern over pollution, fluori-
    dation, chlorination and contami-
    nation of the nation's lakes and!
    Streams.
    At Mountain Valley, a spring
    Said to have been discovered by
    Hernando deSoto during the Span-
    iard's exploration of the southwest.,
    is credited with having started the'
    growth of Hot Springs. Geologists [
    say the origin is glacial and that!
    the water never sees the light of
    day until it leaves the spring to j
    be bottled at the source. To pre-j
    vent any possible pollution, Moun-
    tain Valley has hundreds of acres
    extending from the central spring
    itself, so as to protect the water
    source for years to come.
    U.S. cities arc discharging about
    70 million gallons of refuse a yeai
    directly into the nation's streams
    and rivers, and more than half of
    the cities with populations exceed-
    ing 2,500 have inadequate refuse
    disposal systems.
    When people feel their local
    water supply is being "ruined" by
    the addition of excessive chemi-
    cals, they are turning to bottled
    water.
    The bottled water business has
    prospered in Europe for many
    years, and as more and more Amer-
    icans are touring the Continent
    and the Orient each year, they
    acquire the habit of drinking bot-
    tled water and continue it when
    they return home.
    From an industrial standpoint,
    the use of bottled water was al-
    most unheard of some 15 years
    ago. Now, however, Scott stated,
    industrial applications are an im-
    OOItant source of revenue to the
    bottled water market.
    The industrial applications cover
    a widely diversified field, ho said,
    including the use of purified water
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    Because ,f the uniformity <>f
    such water, many testing labora-
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    testing coffees, teas, etc. "Obvi-
    ously," says Scott, "your favorite
    drink tastes differently in various
    cities because the local waters
    have their own characteristic
    tastes."
    Mizrachi Council Meeting Monday
    Rabbi Klein Installing
    Tifereth Israel Officers
    Temple Tifereth Israel will in-
    stall its newly-elected board of
    directors. Sisterhood and Men's
    Club officers at 7:.'S0 p.m. Satur-
    day, March 27, at a Kosher dinner
    in the Seville Hotel which will be
    followed by a show and dancing
    to the music of Mike Selker and
    his band.
    Serving as installation officer
    will be the temple's spiritual lead-
    er, Rabbi Maurice Klein.
    - Tho Aliarachi-AVomen's-Kloririn
    Council meeting will lx? held at
    10:30 a.m. Monday in Suite 11-E.
    407 Lincoln Rd., Mrs. Alfred Stone,
    coordinator, has announced.
    Chapter presidents and Jewish
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    A vital message will be brought to
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    Rabbi Abramowitz Reviews
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    cue," by Yehuda Bauer for the
    Sisterhood in the Crimson R I
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    By RUTH SIRKIS
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    In Israel, this is the time of the year when the first signs of
    firing are visible. The fruit trees start to bud, the sun is shining,
    and the birds are singing.
    For many generations. Jews who have been living far away
    from their country, have manifested their hope and belief that
    being away from the promised land is only temporary: and that
    lr link and ties with the Jewish nation and tradition are
    strong by eating dried fruit.
    Serve your family and friends sweets and candies made out
    i dried fruit. You can prepare them to accompany coffee, tea
    or other beverages or they can be the dessert for any meal. You
    c in also arrange them nicely in a box and send them to friends
    and relatives.
    DATK FINOKRS?
    pound pitted dates
    pound ground coconut
    tap. lemon juice
    tbls. fine bread crumbs
    Clean dates and grind in
    blanched almonds (Half or
    whole
    Small paper cups
    meat grinder; add half of the
    .round coconut, the lemon juice and bread crumbs. Mix well un-
    *,i\ it becomes like a smooth dough.
    Take one teaspoonful of the "dough" and shape it between
    your hands so it looks like a finger, about l'i inch long; repeat
    with balance of the dough, making about 30-40 fingers. Spread
    the rest of the ground coconut on a flat plate, and roll the fin-
    gers" in it coating evenly. Place each finger in a paper cup and
    tUCk an almond in it for a garnish. "Fingers" may also be pre-
    pared from ground dried figs, and pecans or candied cherries
    nay be used for garnish.
    fr Ta'am" is a good Hebrew word which means "taste." and
    Is generally used to indicate "good taste." Yiddish has borrowed
    ill word from Hebrew, and given it a slightly different mean-
    ing. Now, the English language was invaded by this little tasty
    word. A brochure that I got recently was titled "More Ta'am in
    Your Cooking with Accent." It was published by the Accent peo-
    ple, who assure us that their product is kosher, and it has some
    recipes of Jewish favorites. You too can get this brochure by
    riting to the Accent people; in the meantime you will find here
    one sample: Pirogen. which are nice to serve as a first course.
    HOT, TASTV PIROGEN
    2 packages active dry yeast
    2 tsps. salt
    4 tbls. sugar
    7'i cups flour
    2 eggs, slightly beaten
    Yeast Dough
    2 cups water
    '.! cup parve margarine or
    salad oil
    Heat water and margarine in saucepan until margarine be-
    gins to melt. In large bowl mix yeast with salt, sugar and four
    ;ii|xs flour. Add water and margarine and mix well. Beat in eggs.
    Gradually brat in remaining flour to make soft dough. Turn out
    onto lightly floured surface: knead until smooth and elastic.
    Filling 1 tbls. prepared mustard
    ] pound ground chuck 1 tsp. silt
    1 large onion chopped '- tip. ixpper
    ':; cup catchup 1 tsp. Accent
    1 tbls. vinegar
    I tsp. celery seed
    Break up ground chuck in a skillet, add onion and cook.
    stirring frequently, until meat is brown and onion is tender. Add
    remaining ingredients and simmer uncovered 15 to 20 minutes.
    :ntil most of the liquid evaporates (This may be prepared a day
    ahead.)
    Prepare yeast dough. After kn. ading, as directed above,
    .)lace in large greased bowl, turn to grease top of dough, cover
    and let rise in a warm place until double in bulk. Punch down
    and divide into twenty four parts. Flatten each ball of dough.
    Place two tablespoons meat filling in the middle and pull dough
    around it, pinching the edges all around with fingers until filling
    1 sealed in the dough. Place in warm place until double in size.
    Fry in deep fat at 360 degrees for five minutes, or until golden
    brown, turning once. Drain on paper towels: serve hot. Makes 24.
    * ^
    When the prices are going up. you look for ways of cutting
    down on expenses. The main expense items on the food budget
    are the proteins at dinner time. It makes all the difference in
    your budget if you serve steak or beans as a source of pro-
    teins. And indeed you man serve beans for dinner, without sac-
    ificing quality and nutritious value. Here you will find a recipe
    for a good bean sauce. Serve it on rice since it has a real "meaty"
    flavor, and you may complete the menu with cheeses and milk
    custard for added inexpensive protein.
    "PARVE" PROTEIN
    For four servings 1 bay leaf
    2 small cans of tomato paste
    cup water
    tsp. PARVE chicken
    boullion powder
    Dash of pepper
    tsp. salt
    cans of vegetarian beans
    cup uncooked rice
    Cook the chopped onions, garlic, carrot and oil together in a
    medium saucepan till the onions become golden yellow. Mash
    the beans and add them, together with all the other ingredients
    except the rice, to the pan. Bring to boil, lower heat, cover and
    cook about 40 minutes. Stir occasionally, and check if there
    are enough liquids in the pan. If not. add some water.
    In the meantime, cook the rice. When all is ready, discard
    bay leaf and celery root. Serve the rice and top it with the sauce.
    1 clove garlic, mashed 1
    1 medium onion, chopped 1
    1 carrot, sliced
    4 parsley sprigs, finely
    chopped 1
    3 tbls. oil ii
    1/8 of a celery root 1
    Local Delegates Report On
    International Conference
    Continued from Pao* M
    stands condemned tor its obvious
    maltreatment of Jews who desire
    to emigrate to Israel.
    Intensive work of five com-
    missions marked the afternoon of (
    the second day of the Conference.
    The delegates were divided into
    five commissions as follows:
    1. Work with governments
    2. Work with jurists
    3. Work on non-governmental
    level
    4. Work with mass media
    5. Work with youth and campus
    The commission meetings were
    lengthy but productive. Although'
    three hours was assigned to the |
    work of the commission, some >
    went many hours beyond the time
    allotted to them and others, like
    the youth commission, met for an
    intensive session of eight hours.
    The evening session of the sec-
    ond day was to be "a cultural
    treat" where some of the most
    eminent poets and writers of the
    world would present their view
    of the plight of Soviet Jewry.
    Highlighting these presentations
    was the prominent author, Elie
    Wiesel. who gave a brief but pro-
    foundly moving presentation whicl
    had the audience at its feet in :
    thunderous ovation. What Wiese
    essentially said was: If we only
    could feel the plight of what ii
    means to be a Jew in the Soviet
    Union, we would not leave a stone
    unturned in bringing help to them |
    in their hour of need.
    Incidentally, it was at this "cul-
    tural treat" session that the Con-
    ference had its first disruption
    which, regrettably, was so blown
    up out of proportion by the Inter-
    national Press. Otto Preminger.
    who decried the fact that Rabbi
    Meir Kahane was not allowed to
    speak at the Convention, accused
    the Conference leadership of "Nazi-
    like tac'.ics." There was a mild
    flurry in the audience, and Ott(
    Preminger finally apologized Am
    the use of "Nazi-like."
    Equally distressing was Paddy [
    Chayevsky's comment in which*
    he accused the Conference of not
    bringing forth concrete plans to aid
    Soviet Jewry and also for its not
    having sufficient number of "un-
    der thirty" people on the dais.
    Both Preminger and Chayevsky
    regretted their "intemperate re-
    marks."
    The last day of the Convention
    was the most exciting and the
    most fruitful.
    The morning session was devoted
    to the Views of Parliamentarians
    in which eminent members of
    world parliaments addressed them-
    selves to the political government-
    al issues facing Soviet Jewry.
    These parliamentarians were from
    England, Israel. France and
    Canada.
    All the speakers stressed the
    fact that a government is respon-
    sible for the life and welfare of
    its citizenry. A citizen, who feels
    either his life or his welfare threat-
    ened, may demonstrate his dis-
    pleasure and place his demands
    before the governing body of his
    own government for rectitude.
    All went well at this session un-
    til Israel's Menachem Begin de-
    cided to make the issue of Meir Ka-
    hane the "cause celebre" and ac-
    cused the Presidium of the Con-
    ference of undemocratic behavior
    by not allowing Rabbi Kahane to
    speak. Many of the delegates seem-
    ed to be in agreement with Begin's
    accusation, but Begin didn't stop
    there. He then accused the leader-
    ship of the Conference of "finger-
    ing" Meir Kahane to the Belgian
    Police who ha.l arrested him. He
    accused the entire Presidium of
    the Conference of being "stool
    pigeons."
    Beware of the
    imitators'..
    There's only one
    Vienna
    Sweet Recipe
    Gefilte Fish
    and it's by Rokeach. I
    ROKEACH
    Gefilte Fish
    "***
    At this point the Conference dis-
    rupted into a minor Vesuvius with
    everyone shouting at each other
    both on the convention floor and
    on the dais. The accusation was
    so far fetched that the chairman
    of the session. Dr. Wexler. called
    Begin "a dair.ne.l liar." It took
    quite a while for the convention
    to be called back to order, and it
    took a young man from Canada, a
    member of the Canadian Paiiia-
    i ment, to quiet t'-ie tempers and to
    estore a ser.se of rationality to
    the convention.
    It was, fortunately, time for
    lunch, and the session adjourned
    for the lunch recess which was
    probably the best way to still the
    angers which Begin had aroused in
    his morning's speech.
    In the afternoon we heard re-
    Dorts from various commissions.
    It was a three hour session, and
    it is impossible to record the many
    suggestions that were announced
    from the dais. The following are
    but a few suggestions from each
    of the committee chairmen:
    1. The work with governments
    utilizing parliamentary pres-
    sures from various world govern-
    ments both from west and east of
    the Iron Curtain. Utilize the good
    offices of West Germany which
    has close relations with Russia
    today.
    2. Work with jurists: arouse
    lawyers to interest themselves to
    the legal status of Jews in the
    Soviet Union. Attempt to 'Hiring
    to trial" either at an International
    Court of law or at one of the
    United Nations Commissions.
    3. Work on non-governmental
    level make full use of com-
    munist parties throughout the
    world who are "embarrassed" by
    the treatment of Jews in Russia.
    Religious bodies and labor union;
    to be enlisted in the cause of So-
    viet Jewry. Establish a "freedom
    forest" in Israel by the JNF In
    honor of three million Jews ot:
    Russia.
    4. Work with vouth and cam-
    pus: create a radical alignment
    with other students of other de-
    nominations for the sake of Soviet
    Jews. Establish a snecial depart-
    ment of Russian studies in various
    universities. Create special days
    which would be universally ob-
    served as Unity Days with Soviet
    Jews.
    The closing of the Conference
    was equally dramatic as David
    Ben-Gurion made his appearance
    in the large hall of the Palais des
    Congres as the thousands of del-
    egates and spectators rose t>
    cheer and applail his presence
    Many of the delegates unabash-
    edly broke out in tears as they
    welcomed this venerable leader of
    Israel. His voice was soft, but one
    could hear a pin drop as the del-
    noatea sat transfixed watching tho
    85 year old statesman call on th>
    Jews of the world to "unite in the
    vast effort to save Russian Jews."
    Following the reading of the
    Brussels Appeal, the session closed
    with the emotion-filled singing of
    the Hatikvah.
    As a soecial "treat" delegates
    were invited to a presentation by
    the Hnbimah Theatre of Elie Wi
    sel's "The Jews of Silence" which
    was a most appropriate summing
    up of the entire Conference. la
    this play the rabbi of a large syna-
    gogue in Russia finally dares to
    "talk up" against the Soviet re-
    gime to a proap of tourists visiting
    his synagogue. He is brought up
    on charges by the Soviet authori-
    ties, and after a long series of in-
    vestigations the play reaches .'.s
    climax with the prosecutor recom-
    nii nding that the rabbi is to be
    found "hot guilty" because, the
    prosecutor explains "after all. th'
    rabbi thought he could arouse thi
    public opinion of the Jews th>
    world over. But I can assure you
    hat th" Jews will not react. Ther
    fore, tho rabbi has really dor.'
    nothing."
    The audience rose to a rousing
    ovation as Elie Wiesel was call '
    to the stage when the curtain fell
    on this magnificent production
    "The .Tews of Silence."
    Beth El Book Review Set
    The Brotherhood of Temple Beth
    El will have an outstanding pro-
    gram at 8 p.m. Wednesday, in th
    Tobln Auditorium. 1351 S. 14th
    Ave. "The Seven Minutes" by Irv-
    ing Wallace, which will he reviewed
    by Morton L. Abram. past pres
    dent of the temple, is a prococ.v
    tlve book and raises the question is
    to what comprises pornography
    and should such books be sup-
    pressed.
    '.M\h\icmtfL
    GEFILTE FISH
    Unmatched for taste, unbeaten
    for quality. Be sure you're get-
    ting the best .be sure it says
    Old Vienna on the label In cans
    or jars Kosher m Passover,
    endorsed.
    ' Be sure it says
    Vienna ,~.
    Makes PASSOVER
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    Friday, March 19. 1971

    Mere than 150 members of Temple Israel
    attended the annual Combined Jewish Ap-
    oeal-Irael Emergency Fund campaign din-
    ner honoring Mr. and Mrs. Jerome L. Kipnis
    for their outstandina devotion to the Tem-
    ple, the community and Israel recently. Mr.
    and Mrs. Martin Fine (left) are shown with
    Mr. and Mrs. Kipnis, and Mr. and Mrs. Ken-
    neth Treister (right).
    Miami Happenings
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    ,
    Jerry (ioklsmith has boon
    'anted manager of Mayor's 163rd
    Street store in North Miami
    Beach. Goldsmith, who has stud-
    ied gemology for many years.
    ! olds a Diamond Diploma and
    d Colored Stone Diploma from
    Hie Gemologica] Institute of
    .America.
    U.S. Air Force Sgt Harry E.
    Sohelner, son of Mr. and Mrs.
    Ben Scheiner of 5010 SVV 9th
    Ter., is now on duty at Phan
    Rang AB. Vietnam. A data sys-
    tems specialist, he is assigned
    to a unit of the Pacific Air Forc-
    i s. The sergeant, a 1965 graduate
    i I Southwest Miami High School.
    attended Miami Dado Junior Col-
    lege and served at Craig AFB.
    Ala. before Ix'ing sent to Viet-
    nam.
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    Ralihi I). Max EiHihorn of
    Satellite Beach. Rabbi A. Alan
    Meinbueb of Hollywood, and
    Rabbi J. Marshall Taxay of Mi-
    ami, 25-year members of the
    Associations of Jewish Chap-
    lains of the Armed Forces, were
    cited at the Association's Silver
    Jubilee meeting in New York
    ihis week when the Association
    laid special tribute to those who
    have been a vital part of the
    < rgani-zation since it was estab-
    slied.
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    The Miami Beach Homeown-
    i rs Association's newly establ-
    ished Miami Beach Beautifica-
    tion Committee of which Howard
    Katzen is chairman will hold a
    kickoff meeting at 8 p.m. Mon-
    day, March 29, in the Tavern
    atop the Jefferson National
    Bank attended by supermarket
    fficers, police officers, the heads
    of the refuse and Parks Depart-
    cnt and interested citizenry.
    Lawrence SchatKiuan, manager
    af the new Neiman-Marcus store
    at Bal Harbour, has been named
    a vice president of Neiman-Mar-
    cus Company. Stanley Marcus,
    president and chief executive of-
    ficer has announced.
    ft ft ft
    Metropolitan Dade Mayor
    Stephen I\ Clark has proclaimed
    the week beginning March 20
    "St. Judo Hospital Week" in
    recognition of efforts by the
    Aiding Leukemia-Stricken Amer-
    ican Children (ALSAO organi-
    zation, whose fund-raising efforts
    support work of the St. .Tude
    Children's Research Hospital in
    Memphis, Tenn., founded by pop-
    ular entertainer Danny Thomas.
    ALSAC's programs include a
    door-to-door teenage march the
    weekend of March 20-21, and the
    St. Jude Hospital Ball at the
    Fontainebleau Hotel March 28.
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    Barry College will present
    Claude Kipnis and his Mime
    Theatre in "Opus Blue is Pink,"
    as its final presentation of its
    Spring Culture Series Sunday
    at 8:15 p.m. in the college audi-
    torium. The Paris born Kipnis,
    who studied mime with the well-
    known pantominist, Marcel Mar-
    cean, founded a school in Tel-
    Aviv, Israel, and instructed at
    the University of Tel-Aviv and
    the Conservatory of Ramat-gan,
    the Habimah Theatre. He also
    created a unique group with deaf-
    mutes at the Helen Keller
    Center.
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    Phillip Goldlii has recently be-
    come associated with Lawrence
    Kaplan. C.L.U., general agent for
    the Security Mutual Life Insur-
    ance Company of Binghamton,
    N.Y.
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    and beautiful,
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    Parshah Of Parah
    RABBI MAX A. LIPSCIIITZ
    Betli Tonih < <>n^f,-Uali(in
    One of the four special Sabbaths
    which we observe, preceding
    Posach. is the "Parshah of Parah"
    when a select
    portion is read
    from the Book
    of Numbers.
    This section,
    to be read this
    Sabbath, deals
    with the Red
    Heifer, free from
    blemish, whose
    remains are to
    be burned and
    its ashes dissolv-
    ed in fresh
    water.
    Kabiii Lipachitz
    Those ashes, upon contact, purl-
    f Other hand, the self-same envy can
    produce greed, hate, dishonesty,
    anil slander, against those who en-
    joy greater fortune.
    The truism of life is that we can
    take almost every blessing and
    employ it lor the puriwsc of cre-
    ativity, on the one hand, and de-
    struction on the other.
    The best example is man's abil-
    ity to split the atom. Nuclear fis-
    sion can. G-d forbid, blow the
    world to smithereens and. at the
    same time, possess the secret and
    the answer to man's incurable
    diseases.
    Therefore, the Red Heifer nar-
    rative is not a simple story of a
    -acred cow, but contains one of
    the most mystical and Important
    moral messages in the entire Bible.
    Question
    Box
    fled the defiled and defiled the pure.'
    This Statute is so mysterious
    that Rashi, our commentator,
    states: "It is a decree from before
    Me and you are not at liberty to
    cavil at My decrees." However, the
    Rabbis did make some attempts to
    find some rationality to this para-
    doxical decree.
    In truth, there are many G-d
    endowed gifts which man possesses,
    but contain the potential of both
    good and evil, as it were, purify-
    ing the contaminated and defiling
    the pure, to wit money, the
    source of charity and potential for
    saving human lives. The erec-
    lion of schools and hospitals can,
    at the same time, create miserly,
    selfish, heartless individuals whose
    lust for greater power and afflu-
    ence far supersedes their ability
    to help mankind.
    Jealousy can. on the one hand, in-
    spire man to noble desires to emu-
    1 ile other creative and productive
    men: (rabbis call this character
    trail "Kinat Soferim") and, on the
    1 i;
    | CANDLELIGHTING TIME
    I 22ADAR 6:12
    I 5
    Temple Beth Am's
    Annual Art Show
    Features Localises
    Temple Beth Am's second an-
    nual Art Show will be held in the
    Social Hall of the temple. March
    21-28 featuring 65 local artists.
    Participating in the show are
    such well-known artists as Eugene
    Massin, Frank Kleinholtz. Lee Wil-
    lig, Martin Hoffman, Ken J. Uue-
    ttHira and many others of equal
    stature and prominence, competing
    for awards in painting, sculpture,
    graphics, (including photography)
    and the various crafts.
    Judging the entries in the sev-
    eral classifications will be Karl
    Katz, whose credits are many and
    varied. A former director of the
    Jewish Museum in New York City.
    he is now advisor-consultant to the
    Israel National Museum, Jerusa-
    lem; planner-coordinator for a new
    museum at Yeshiva University,
    New York City; advisor to the
    Mayor of Jerusalem on cultural
    projects and city planning; and
    consultant to CBS special events
    on TV shows In museums and vid-
    eo cassette possibilities.
    The exhibition Will be open
    from noon to 5 p.m. and from 7
    to 10 p.m. ea -h day, except on the
    opening day, when the Champagne
    Previ w will be held from 5-9 p.m.
    By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
    Why is it customary to offer a
    | prayer for the new month on the
    Sabbath before the month
    j starts?
    I This emulates the age old tra-
    dition whereby the Rabbinical
    . Court in Jerusalem, after receiv-
    j ing the testimony of witnesses
    | announced the arrival of the new I
    moon. The general purpose behind '
    the tradition was to make man
    aware of the fact that the use ol ]
    time is up to his discretion, i.e.. |
    1 man is th master of his destiny \
    i
    Since we do not now have B
    I Rabbinical Court in Jerusalem of i
    i the character of the Sanhedi'in and, j
    since the practice ol having the
    Court announce the arrival of the
    moon is not used, we announce
    j the coming of a new moon by hav-
    ing the exact hour and minute an-
    nounced in the synagogue on the
    Sabbath before the new moon
    arrives.
    This announcement is couched
    j in prayers A prayer precedes the
    I announcement, another one fol-
    lows it. Both appeal to the Al-
    mighty for His blessing to make
    ' the coming month a healthy, sat-
    isfy ing. and rewarding one.
    " *> w
    SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
    Vayakhail Pekudai
    "And Moses assembled all the congregation of the chile ren
    of Israel ." Fxodus, Chapters 35-40
    THE PEOPLE'S RESPONSE: Moses transmitted to the peo-
    ple the details of God's commands relating to the sanctuary and
    its contents, but first emphasized the holiness of the Sabbath
    day on which no work was to be done. The Israelis responded
    willingly and generously, and men and women alike made con-
    tributions according to their ability. Women with the requisite
    skill spun the linen material, and the princes gave precious stones
    for the breastplate as well as spices and oil for the incense and
    lamp. Some devout women even donated their mirrors of burn-
    ished copper to be used for the making of the laver and its base.
    Moses made special mention of the fact that God had singled
    out Bczalel of the Tribe ol Juriah, a man of wisdom, understand-
    ing and experience, to supervise the work. With him was asso-
    ciated Ohoiiab, of the Tribe ol Dan, who was a skilled engraver
    and weaver. The gift:< poured in to such an extent that the work-
    men reported to Moses that they had more than they needed, so
    the people were told to cease bringing their offerings,
    Section by section, the Sanctuary and its contents began
    to take shape. These are the accounts of the tabernacle. .
    SUMMARY OF THE COSTS: The total cost incurred in the
    construction of the Sanctuary was counted at Moses' command
    under the direction of Itharnar, Aaron's youngest son. The weight
    of the gold amounted to 29 talents and 730 shekels; (A talent
    is equal to loo pounds or 3,ooo shekels); the weight of the silver
    was 100 talents and 1,775 shekels, and of the brass 70 talents
    and 2.400 shekels. The work, having been completed with the
    making of the priestly garments, was inspected and approved by
    Moses, who blessed the people for their magnificent achievement.
    Why is the prayer for the new
    moon recited while eomeone
    holds the Torah in the congre-
    gation.
    In the absence of the official
    ' Rabbinical Court of Jerusalem, all
    ; official acts done by the com-
    I munity, which would normally be
    I done by the Court and are appli-
    cable in the synagogue, are done
    in the presence of the Torah Scroll.
    ' It is the Torah Scroll which serves
    las the basis of the authority for Hi
    community to act
    I This is also the reason why the
    I Torah is held du ing the recitation
    of Kol Nidre. The annulment of
    , vows for a community was some-
    . thing thai belonged to the Rabbin- ret in New Voi
    ' ieal Court on certain occasion-.
    Therefore, in the absence of the
    . Court the Torah ;- held as a sym-
    hoi of the authority of the com-
    ! munity which is acting in accord-
    THE TABERNACLE IS ERECTED: On the first day of
    the month 'i.e. Nisan, almost a year after the departure from
    Egypt i the Tabernacle was erected under Moses' personal super-
    vision and the contents arranged in the prescribed order. A cloud
    covered the Tabernacle which was filled with God's glory. When-
    ever the cloud lifted, it gave the signal to the Israelites to con-
    tinue their journey.
    Cantorate Conference Set ORT Chapter Meeting
    The Hebrew Union College-J 'w-
    ish Institute of Religion School of
    i Music will bald a confer-
    ence for young men and women in-
    terested in the cat rate s a ca-
    City, Sunday,
    | March 28. The program of train-
    ing le ids to a professional diploma
    as Canl >r and the Bachelor of
    ance with the hwi of the Torah. I Sacred .Music degree.
    M laml Busim ss & Profi ssior il
    Chapter of Women's Amerii i
    ORT will hold its regular Mai i
    meeting Thursday, March 25, it
    7:15 p.m., in the II ispil ilitj R<
    of the Chase Federal Bank Bu I-
    ing. A cuesi speaker from the
    Vice Squad of the Miami Pol i
    Department will talk on Drug A l-
    diction.
    ''
    rCclialoHS *^i
    ld
    erwees
    Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
    I Kromsli. Cantor David Cnnviser 21
    Prlday 7:43 p.m. Sermon "Two Splrl-
    I lual Qlants!" Saturday |0:45 a.m, Bar
    Mltsvah: Georare Robert Luck, Ron
    of Mr and .Mr.-. .Manuel Luck,
    MIAMI
    AH A VAT SHALOM CONGREGA
    TION. 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox
    Cantor Aron Ben Aron. 1
    ANSHE EMES. Z533 SW 19th Ave.
    Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowitz 2
    BETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. Ken-
    dall Dr S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
    Herbert Baumgard, Cantor Micheal
    Kyrr. 3
    BETH DAVID. ZB26 SW 3rd Ave.
    Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau
    Cantoi William W. Lipson. 4
    Friday 8:18 p.n>. Sermon: "A Clear
    Cjtae or Mistaken identity" by guesl
    perneher Rabbi Allen Rutcliik. Sat-
    urday :' a.m. Bar Mltsvah: David
    DeFarber, son r Mr. and .Mrs. Jo-
    Kept) D Fnrber; Robert Drexler. won
    of -Mr. and .Mrs Seymour Drexler,
    Rabbi Joseph R Narot. 10
    Friday R:1fi p.m. Topic: "JoshuaTin.
    Sixth i:..ok of the Torah"
    ISRAELITE CENTER. J175 SW 25th
    St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
    Drazin Cantor Nathan Parnass. 11
    Friday 5:45 p m. and 8:18 p.m. Ser-
    mon" The Growing Importance Of A
    Veahlva Hftlucatlon jn the -'Mli Cen-
    tury." Saturday 8:45 a.m. Sermon:
    'Portion of the Week"
    BETH TFILAH. 936 Euclid Ave. Or-
    thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-
    skv
    TION. 843 MtriHian Avnu
    BETH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGREGA
    NORTH MIAMI BEACH
    kDATH YESH'JRUN (TEMPLE). 1025
    N. E. Miami Gardens Drive. Con-
    servative. Rabbi Milton Schlinsky
    Cantor Nathaniel Schub. 33
    BETH TORAH NE 164th St. at 11th
    Ave Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
    schitz. Cantor Jacob Renzer. 34
    22: B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St
    '2-A | Conservative. Rabbi Charles Rubel.
    Cantor Jack Lerner. 36
    OR OLOM (Temple) a/OS SW. 16th
    St. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph Glix-
    man. 13
    FTiila.1 5:45 p.m. and 8 p.m. Saturday
    - ::n a.m Bar Mltsvah: Aaron Sch-
    wartz, .-on of .Mr. and .Mrs. Gerald
    Sch warts.
    BETH EL. 600 SW 17th Ave.
    dox, '
    Orthe-
    6
    BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
    Modern Traditional Rabbi Max
    Shapiro. Cantor Ben Dickson *.
    Friday B:18 p.m. (Suest speaker Dr.
    Donald D. .MiehelHontopic: "The
    Crisis m The .Middle EJaat" Saturday
    4t:4r> a.m. "A Clean Outlook" P.m.
    "Portion of Law" B:M P.m. "Purify
    Your Hearts"
    BETH TOV (Temple). 6438 SW 8th
    St. Conservative Rabbi Simon
    April. Cantor Seymour Hinkea 8
    Fl iifiiy 8:15 p.m. fluest speaker Mr.
    Morris Harristopic: "The Sabbath
    and Its Joy." followed hy OneK Shah-
    bo t hosted by Mr. and Mrs. Mates In
    honor of his birthday.
    ISRAEL (TenTpTe" OF GREATER
    Miami. 137 NE 19th Street. Reform.
    This page it prepared In
    cooperation with the Greater
    Miami Rabbinical Association.
    Coordinator of 'he fcaturei
    appearing here t.i
    RABBI MAXWELL BERGER
    Spiritual LeaAc of
    Temple Zamora
    Coral Gables
    TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N Mumi
    Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
    ! Klein
    Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Should
    Rabbis and Ministers eoncentral......
    I religious issues only or should tin ir
    voices be heard on all timely sub-
    ; Jects." Saturday !> a.m. Bar Mltsvah:
    David iirshan. son of .Mr. and Mrs.
    I Stanley Orshan.
    TIFERETH JACOB (Temple). 951 E
    4th Ave. Conservative 15
    ---------
    ZION (TEMPLE). 6000 Miller Rd
    Conservative, Rabbi Norman U. Sha-
    piro. Cantor Richard S. Browdy. 18
    Friday v:i p.m. (iuest sneaker Mr.
    Louis Schwartaman. Saturday 9 a.m.
    Bar Mltsvah: (truce Lawrence, -on
    of Mrs. Gall .loan Rawdin and Dr.
    Kenneth Rawdin.
    NORTH MIAMI
    BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
    13600 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative
    Rabbi Joseph Gorfinkel, Cantor
    Ben Zion Kirscnenhaum. 35
    MIAMI BEACH
    AGUDATH ISRAEL, 7801 Carlyle Ave.
    Orthodox. Rabbi Issac Ever. 17
    BETH ISRAElTYto 40th St. Orthodox.
    Rabbi Berel Wem__ M
    BETH JACOB?!*)! Washington Aye.
    Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir.
    sky. Cantor Maunce Mamches. is
    BETH RAPHaTl~TEMPLE). 1545
    Jefferson Ave. Conservative Rabbi
    David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh 20
    BETH SHOLOM~*(TEMPLE). 4144
    CUBAN HEBHfW CONGREGATION
    1242 Washinn*on Aw- Orthodox
    Rabbi Dow Rorencwaig 23
    EMANU-EL (TEMPI E). 1701 Wash-
    ington Ave. Conservative. Rahhi Irv-
    ing Lehrman. Cantor Zvl Adler 24
    Friday 5 p.m. and t::tn i>.rtv Saturday
    :< a.m. Sermon: "The Weekly Portion
    of the Bible." ;:: a in liar Mltsvah:
    .Marc Pomerants. son of Mrs Charln-
    t.- Pomerants: Joseph Alan Feshbnch,
    son of Mr. and .Mrs. Daniel l-Vsh -
    bach.
    ----
    HEBREW ACADFMV. 2400 Pinetree
    Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
    Gross. 25
    CONG. AN-NELL (Branch of He-
    brew Academy). 7th Sf. and Meri-
    dian Ave Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham
    Brn-HiM I 25-A
    JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
    SVNAGOGUE. 1532 Washinqton Ave
    Orthodox. Rabbi Tlbor H. Stern
    Cantor Mever Engel. 26
    KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
    Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
    Cantor Abraham Seif 27
    MENORAH (TEMPLE). 620 75th St
    Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
    owitz. Cantor Nieo Felrtman 28
    Friday 8:18 p.m. Bat Mltsvah: Sara
    Sackner. daughter of Dr. and Mrs
    Marvin Sackner. Saturday 9 am Bar
    Mitsvah: Dennis Friedman, son of Mr.
    and Mrs. Nathan Friedman.
    NE3 TAMID (TEMB',E). 80th St. and
    Tatum Waterway. Conservative.
    Rabbi Eugene Labovitz Cantor Ed-
    ward etleln. 29
    OHEV SHALOM. '055 Bonlta Dr.
    Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber-
    man. 30
    SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 845
    Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmias. 31
    CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1542.
    44 Washington Ave. Rabbi Avrohom
    Groner. 32
    Oakland Park Blvd. Rabbi Sheld:n
    Edwards. Cantor Maurice Neu. 42
    EMANL'-EL. 3245 W. Oakland Pa:k
    Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Arthur J. A:-
    rams. Cantor. Jerome Klement. *!
    P0MPAN0 BEACH
    SHOLOM (TEMPLE) 132 SE 11th A .
    Conservative. Rabbi Morris A. Skc:..
    Cantor Ernest Schreiber 4*
    SURFSIDE
    MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION.
    9293 Harding Ave., Surfside. Town
    Hall Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac D Vine.
    IHAUANDALE
    HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER
    126 N. E. 1st Ave. 44
    SINAI (TEMPLE) of NORTH DADE
    18801 N.E. 22nd Avenue. Reform
    Rabbi Ralph f. Kingstey. Cantor
    Irving Shulkes.
    Frldaj Rev. Donald Olson of "Switch-
    hoard .Miami" will join Rahhl Ralph
    P. Klnajaley on the Pulpit. Saturday
    10:30 '"____.____ HOLLYWOOD
    SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18151 N.E. FlETH EL (TEMPLE) 1351 S. 14 Av
    19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah F. Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jafle. 4J
    Caplan. 38 Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: A Peoi
    Friday 5:80 p.m. Saturday g a in s.i- i-iyiiiK Alone Saturday n A .\i i;
    nion: "Sacred Cows". l Mltsvah: Jeffrey Alan Krotenm
    ------a------ "on of Dr. and .Mrs. Jack Krotenbc -.
    YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER!______ .. ~,3^, ___
    MIAMI. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox. BETH SHALOM (TEMPLEV. 1721
    Rabbi Naftali Porush. 39 Monroe St. Conservative Rabbi
    ____a____ Morton Malavsky. Cantoi .rvirg
    CORAL GABLES Gold ____,____ **
    JUDEA (TEMPLE) 5500 Granada SINAI (TEMPLE). 1201 Johnson St.
    Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Morris Kipper 40
    Friday 8:15 p.m, designated a- Dis-
    cussion Sabhalh Saturday 11:18 am
    Bar Mltsvah: Qulllermo Hersman,
    son of Mrs. Ana Hersman and Mr
    Moses Hersman.
    ZAMORA (TEMPLE) 44 Zamora Ave
    Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell Berger
    Cantor Nathan Zolondek. 41
    FT. LAUDERDALE
    BETH ISRAEL (TEMPLE). 847 fc
    Conservative. Rabbi David Shape;.
    Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun. 47
    MIRAMAR
    ISRAEL (TEMPLE) 6920 S.W. 35th St
    Conservative. Rabbi Elliot J. Wins-
    grad. Cantor Abraham Koster. 43
    MARGATE
    MARGATE JEWISH CENTER. 6-D1
    N.W. 9th St.
    '

    NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
    CENTER, 1720 79th Street Cause-
    way, North Bay Village. Conserva-
    tive Cantor Carl Bender. 32-A
    ivfl bbinical cvtston
    v.
    roar ants
    March 21 Ch. 10. 9:30 a.m. The Jewish Worship Hour
    Host: Morton Malavsky, Temple Both Sholom
    March SI Ch. 7, 10 a.m. The Still Small Voice
    Topic: "The Book of Ruth"
    Host: Rabbi Phineas A. Weborman, Ohev Shalom
    Congregation
    March 11 Ch. 4. S:.".0 a.m. The First Estate
    Topic: "A Visit to the Paris Peace Talks"
    Host:Re\. Luther C. Pierce
    Guest: Rabbi Joseph R. Narot, Temple Israel
    Panel: Rev. Donald Olson and Father John Vereb
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    Uwleti n-orldllar,

    Friday. March 19. 1871
    LEGAL NOTKE
    More than 150 persons attended the Seacoast Towers West's
    annual dinner and cocktail party on behalf cf the 1971 Com-
    bined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund campaign and
    chairman David Richman (center) announced an 80% in-
    crease over what the same contributors pledged last year.
    Abe Feltz, (left) guest of honor, received a plague for his
    many years of dedicated service to American and world
    Jewry; and Ben Cutler, honorary chairman, is at right.
    #
    # #
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    1 m m
    \ i j,^y'^K A\ I i If / jmA
    ) W*
    iw Leaders of the Ocean Pavilion Israel Bond Committee ex-
    tend congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gurland who
    were honored at the building's "Night in Israel." From left
    ere Harry Lesavay, Mr. and Mrs. Gurland, Maurie Adams,
    chairman of the Committee, and Maurice Brcwn.
    \

    MARCH 11- APRIL 9,1971
    Purlm to Erev Pesactt
    gtesftt
    IK
    ,\vis j^usiC
    NATIONAL JEWISH MUSIC COUNCIL
    HmmnI k Um UtlMM Jfwitu ... ...__...

    Heralding the March 11-April 8, 1871 observance of the
    Jewish Music Festival under the auspices of the National
    Jewish Welfare Board's Jewish Music Council, this color-
    ful poster highlights the cultural event's theme. Jewish
    Community Centers, synagogues, schools, fraternal socie-
    ties and women's groups in hundreds of U.S. communities
    are among the organizations that will celebrate the
    Festival.
    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
    BRNB8T GRANT JlcCAKTY.
    Plaintiff.
    vs
    LOUISE CASE McCARTY.
    Defendant.
    TO: LOUISE CASE McCAKTY
    3012 "F" Avenue
    Gulfport. Mississippi
    You, LOUISE CASE McCARTY,
    are hereby notified that a Bill of
    Complaint for Divorce has been filed
    against you. and you are required to
    -serve a ropy of your Answer or Plead-
    ing to the Bill of Complaint on the
    Plaintiffs attorney. EFRONSON &
    I.ITMAN. 612 Ainsley Building, Miami.
    Florida 33132 and file the original
    Answer or Pleading in the office of
    ihe Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
    before the 2nd day of April, 1971. I
    you fall to do so, judgment by default
    will be taken against you for the
    relief demanded In the Bill of Com-
    plaint.
    This notice shall be published once
    each week for four consecutive weeks
    in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
    DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
    Florida, this 24th day of February.
    1971.
    E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
    Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida
    Bv: MARGUERITE KENT
    Denuty Clerk
    (Circuit Court Seal)
    EFRONSON & I.ITMAN
    Attorneys for Plaintiff
    14 N.E. 1st Avenue
    Miami. Florida 33132
    612 Ainsley Building
    377-9685 _
    3/5-12-19-26
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY.
    CASE No. 71-3706
    MARYSE H. BETHUNE
    Plaintiff,
    vs.
    GORDON M. BETHUNE
    Defendant.
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    TO: CWO 2 GORDON M. BETHUNE
    VP-4, Fleet Post Office
    San Francisco, Calif. 96601
    YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
    that a suit for divorce has been filed
    against you. You must file your
    answer or other pleading with this
    office on or before the 5th day of
    April 1971 and a copy thereof must
    be served on JOSEPH C. LAUSKEL.
    Attorney for Plaintiff. 718 Seybold
    Building, Miami. Florida 33132, or a
    Default will be entered against you.
    DATED this 25th day of February
    1971, at Miami. Dade County. Florida.
    E. B. LEATHERMAN
    Cle- k. Circuit Court
    Dad.' County. Florida
    By: C. P. COPELAND
    Denuty Clerk
    (Circuit Court Seal)
    3/5-12-19-26
    LEGAL NOTKE
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    the undersigned, desiring to engage
    in business under the fictitious name
    of DURACLEAN BY PDQ at 1936
    N.E. 151st Street, North Miami. Flor-
    ida 33162 intends to register said name
    with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
    Dade County, Florida
    PRODUCTION DESIGNS IN
    QUALITY, INC.
    By: Ellen M. Webb. President
    MAI.SPEIS. LOCOCO & BROWN. P.A.
    Attorneys for Applicant
    901 N.E. 125th Street
    North Miami. Florida S3161
    3/5-12-19-26
    LEGAL NOTKE
    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
    REIN'ALDO AROCHA,
    Plaintiff,
    AMALIA S. CASTELLANOS
    AROCHA,
    Defendant.
    TO: Amalia S. Castellanos Arocha
    176 Edison Place
    Newark. New Jersey
    You, Amalia S. Castellanos Arocha,
    are hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
    plaint for Divorce has been filed
    against you. and you are required to
    serve a copy of your Answer or
    Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on
    the Plaintiffs attorney, PETER M.
    LOPEZ, 202 Roberts Building, Mi-
    ami, Florida 33130 and file the origi-
    nal Answer or Pleading In the office
    of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
    or before the 2nd day of April. 1971.
    If vou fail to do so. judgment by de-
    fault will be taken against you for
    the relief demanded In the Bill of
    Complaint.
    This notice shall be published once
    each week for four consecutive weeks
    In THE JEWISH FI-ORIDIAN.
    DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
    Florida, this 24th day of February,
    A.D. 1971.
    E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
    Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
    By: MARGUERITE KENT
    Denuty Clerk
    (Circuit Court. Seal)
    PETER M. I OPEZ
    202 Roberts Building
    Miami. Florida 33130
    Attorney for Plaintiff
    2/26 3/5-12-19
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDAIN PROBATE
    No. 71-802 (Blanton)
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    In RE: Estate of
    GRACE PERLBERG.
    Deceased.
    To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
    ing Claims or Demands Against Said
    Estate:
    You are hereby notified and re-
    quired to present any claims and de-
    mands which you may have against
    the estate of GRACE PERLBERG
    deceased late of Dade County. Flor-
    ida, to the County Judges of Dade
    County, and file the same in dupli-
    cate and as provided in Section 733.-
    16, Florida Statutes, in their offices in
    the County Courthouse in Dade Coun-
    ty, Florida, within six calendar months
    from the time of the first publication
    hereof, or the same will be barred.
    Dated at Miami. Florida, this 1st
    day of March, A.D. 1971.
    GEORGE J. TALIANOFF
    JOSEPH PERLBERG
    As Executors
    First publication of this notice on
    the 5th day of March. 1971.
    TALIANOFF & BADER
    Attorneys for Executors
    420 Lincoln Road
    Miami Beach. Florida 33139
    3/5-12-19-26
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
    No. 71-3777
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    LAMAR CULPEPPER,
    Plaintiff
    vs
    CORA LEE CULPEPPER.
    Defendant.
    TO: CORA LEE CULPEPPER
    Ion, CORA LEE CULPEPPER. arc
    hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
    plaint for Divorce has been filed
    against you. and you are required to
    serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
    ing to the Bill of Complaint on the
    Plaintiffs attorney. ARTHUR J.
    WOLFSON. ESQ.. 405 Biscayne Build-
    ing, Miami, Florida, 33130 and file
    the original Answer or Pleading in
    the office of the Clerk of the Cir-
    cuit Court on or before the 8th day
    of April. 1971. If you fail to do so,
    judgment by default will be taken
    against you for the relief demanded
    In the Bill of Complaint.
    DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
    Florda, this 26th day of February
    A.D. 1971.
    E. B LEATHERMAN, Clerk
    Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida
    By: MARGUERITE KENT
    Denuty Clerk
    (Circuit Court Seal)
    ARTHUR J. WOLFSON, ESQ.
    405 Biscayne Building
    Miami, Florida 33130
    Attorney for Plaintiff
    3/5-12-19-26
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THl
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA
    CASE NO. 71-3500
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    ALBERT KUENZLE.
    Plaintiff,
    VB.
    THERESA KUENZLE.
    Defendant.
    YOU THERESA KUENZLE, 592
    Broadway, Bayonne. New Jersey, ARE
    HEREBY NOTIFIED to file your
    written defense to this divorce with
    the Court's Clerk and serve a copy
    upon Plaintiff's Attorneys, VON
    ZAMFT & SMITH, 1512 Capital Bank
    Bldg., Miami, Florida on or before
    the 29th day of March, 1971, else the
    Complaint will be taken as confessed.
    Dated FEB. 23, 1971.
    E. B. LEATHERMAN, CLERK
    BY': MARGUERITE KENT
    Deputy Clerk
    (Circuit Court Seal)
    2/26 3/5-12-19
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    the undersigned, desiring to engage
    in business under the fictitious name
    of THE SURPRISE LOUNGE 11 at
    1661 B.W. 27th Avenue, Miami, Flor-
    ida intends to register said name with
    the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
    County, Florida.
    ISABEL HALDEN
    KESSLER. ROTH. SHERADSKY &
    BECKERMAN
    Attorneys for applicant
    2/26 3/5-12-19
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
    No. 71-4654
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    CAROL LYNN STIBG.
    Plaintiff,
    vs.
    JOHN F. STIEG. JR..
    Defendant
    TO: JOHN F. STIEG, JR.
    1948-mst Street
    Sauk Village. Illinois
    You. JOHN I'. STIEG. JR.. are
    hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
    plaint for Divorce has been filed
    against you, and you are required to
    Serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
    ing to the Bill of Complaint on the
    Plaintiffs attorney. MATTHEW
    G1SSEN, ESQUIRE. 126 S E. 2nd
    Street, Miami, Florida and file the
    original Answer or Pleading In the
    office of the Clerk of the Circuit
    Court on or before the 23rd day of
    Anril, 1971. If you fall to do so, judg-
    ment by default will be taken against
    you for the relief demanded in the
    Bill of Comnlalnt.
    This notice shall be published once
    each week for four consecutive weeks
    in THE JEWISH F' ORIDIAN.
    DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
    Florida, this 10th day of March A.D.
    1971.
    E. B LEATHERMAN. Clerk
    Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida
    By: N. A. HRWETT
    Denutv Clerk
    (Circuit Court Seal)
    MATTHEW GISSEN, ESQUIRE
    126 S.E. 2nd Street
    Miami. Florida
    Attorney for Plaintiff
    3'19-26 4/2-9
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    the undersigned, desiring to engage
    in business under the fictitious name of
    TWO BUTCHERS SUPERMARKET
    at 2056-2058-2060 N.W. 2nd Avenue.
    Miami, Florida intend to register
    said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
    cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
    DATED at Miami Beach, Florida,
    this 1st day of March. 1971.
    GEORGE PINCKNEY
    CHARLES CASH
    HARRY L. CYPEN, ESQ.
    Cypen & Nevlns
    825 Arthur Godfrey Road
    Miami Beach. Florida 33140
    Attorneys for Applicant
    3/5-12-19-26
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDAIN PROBATE
    No. 71-695
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    In RE: Estate of
    MAURICE B. SHEIN
    Deceased.
    To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
    ing Claims or Demands Against Said
    Batata:
    Y,iu are hereby notified and re-
    quirei! to present any claims and de-
    mands which you may have against
    the estate of MAURICE B. SHEIN de-
    ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
    to the County Judges of Dade County,
    and file the same in duplicate and as
    provided in Section 733.16, Florida
    Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
    ty Courthouse In Dade County, Flor-
    ida, within six calendar months from
    the time of the first publication here-
    of, or the same will be barred.
    Dated at Miami, Florida, this 23rd
    day of February, A.D. 1971.
    LILLIAN SHEIN'
    5301 S.W. 89 Court, Miami, Fla. 33165
    As Executrix
    First publication of this notice on
    the 26th day of February, 1971.
    J. M. FINKEL
    Attorney for Executrix
    101 E. Flaglcr Street
    Miami, Florida 33131
    _________________________2/26 3/5-12-19
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
    CASE NO. 71-3612
    NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
    TERESA MUCELLL
    Plaintiff. j
    vs. )
    FERNANIX) MUCELLI.
    Defendant.
    TO: FERNANDO MUCELLI
    Residence Unnown
    You, FERNANDO MUCELLI. are
    hereby notified that a Complaint (or
    Divorce has been filed against you,
    and you are required to serve a copy
    of your Answer or Pleading to the
    Complaint for Divorce on the Plain-
    tiff's Attorney. 1RWIN G. CHRISTIE,
    28 West Flagler Street, Miami, Flor-
    Ida, and file the original Answer or
    Pleading in the office of the Clerk
    of the Circuit Court on or before the
    2nd day of April, 1971. If you fail to
    do so, judgment by default will be
    taken against you for the relief de-
    manded in the Complaint for Divorce.
    This notice shall be published once
    each week for four consecutive weeks
    in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
    DONE and ORDERED at Miami,
    Dade County, Florida this 24th day
    of February. 1971.
    E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
    Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida
    By: MARGUERITE KENT
    Deputy Clerk
    (Circuit Court seall
    IRWIN Q CHRISTIE
    Attorney for Plaintiff
    28 West Flagler Street
    Miami. Florida
    2/26 3/5-12-19
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GTVEN that
    the undersigned, desiring to engage In
    business under the fictitious name of
    ALUS WINDOW CLEANING at 531
    E. 35th Street. Hlaleah. Fla. Intend
    to register said name with the Clerk
    of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
    Florida.
    HERTBERTT) PEREZ
    JESUS PEREZ
    JUAN DELEON
    3/5-12-19-26
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA
    CASE NO. 71-3159
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    ANTON IA ALAGO,
    Plaintiff,
    vs.
    DAVID AI^AGO.
    Defendant.
    YOU DAVID ALAGO, c/o Willie
    Alago. 29 West Tremont. N.Y'.. NY'.
    ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to file
    your written defense to this divorce
    with the Court's Clerk and serve a
    copy upon Plaintiff's Attorneys, VON
    ZAMFT A SMITH, 1512 Capital Bank
    Bldg., Miami, Florida on or before
    the 26th day of March, 1971. else the
    Complaint will be taken as confessed.
    DATED: February 18. 1971.
    E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk
    By: MARGUERITE KENT
    Deputy Clerk
    (Circuit Court Seal)
    2/26 3/5-12-19
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    the undersigned, desiring to engage
    In business under the fictitious names
    of MIAMI INTERNATIONAL SPORTS
    & CAMPING SHOW; MIAMI
    INTERNATIONAL SPORTSMEN'S A
    CAMPING SHOW at 7210 Red Road.
    Miami, Florida Intends to register said
    names with the Clerk of the Circuit
    Court of Dade County. Florida.
    EXPOSITION CORPORATION OF
    AMERICA, INC.
    LARRY PERL. PRESIDENT
    KOVNER, MANNHEIMER,
    GREENFIELD & CUTLER, P.A.
    Attorneys for Applicant
    300 Dupont Plaza Center
    Miami, Florida 33131
    3/5-12-19-26
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDAIN PROBATE
    No. 71-859 i
    (ARTHUR W. PRIMM)
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    In RE: Estate of I
    JACOB RABINOWITZ
    Deceased.
    To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
    ing Claims or Demands Against Saii
    Estate:
    You are hereby notified and re
    quired to present any claims and de-
    mands which you may have against
    the estate of JACOB RABINOWITZ
    deceased late of Dade County. Flor-
    ida to the County Judges of Dade
    County, and file the same in dupli-
    cate and as provided in Section 733.-
    16, Florida Statutes, In their offices in
    the County Courthouse in Dade Coun-
    ty, Florida, within six calendar months
    frotn the time of the first publication
    hereof, or the same u;lll he barred.
    Dated at Miami. Florida, this 1st
    day of March, A.D. 1971.
    GOLDIE GOLDSTEIN /
    TANYA ZALLEA '
    As Executrlces
    First publication of this notice OB
    the 5th day of March, 1971.
    SPARBER, ZF.MEL. ROSKIN AND
    HEILBRONNER
    PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATION
    Attorneys for Executrlces '*
    100 North Biscayne Blvd. **
    Miami. Florida 33132
    3/5-12-19-89
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    .NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
    the undersigned, desiring to engage
    In business under the fictitious name
    of MALE EGO at 7613 Dadeland Mall,
    Miami. Florida intends to register said
    name with the Clerk of the Circuit
    Court of Dade Countv. Florida
    BENRICH CORPORATION
    .t,t .ft Ftorlda corporation *
    NELSON & FBLDMAN "H
    Attorneys for applicant T
    1135 Kane Concourse *
    Miami Beach, Florida
    S/5-12-19-Jt
    I


    1
    i
    Friday. March 19, 1971
    *"Jewisti Hcrgcflan
    LEGAL NOTICE
    Page 11-
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HBKBHY OIVBN that
    Hi. undersigned, desiring to engage in
    business under the fictitious name of
    ,v ISH VILI.E. U.S.A. nt number :i:(u
    Lincoln Road, In the City of Miami
    Beach, Florida, Intends to register
    lln said name with the Clerk of (In
    Circuit Court of Dade Comity,
    Florida.
    Dated at Miami I ton eh, Florida, this
    3rd day of March, 1971.
    LINCOLN MALI, CAFETERIA, inc.
    a Florida corporation
    :13 Lincoln Road
    Miami Beach, Florida
    KWITNBV & KROOP
    An"iiny for Applicant
    4211 Lincoln Road
    Miami I leach, Florida
    ______________________3/12-19-26 4/2
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 84791
    In UK: Estate ol
    SHIRLEY I!. KIII'I'BLMAN,
    Deceased
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    T,, All Creditors and All persons Hav-
    ing Claims or Demands Against Said
    Kstate:
    V<>u are hereby notified and requir-
    ed |o present any claims and demands
    which you may have against the en
    in.- of SHIRLEY It. KOPPELMAN
    led late of Dade County. Florida,
    In the County Judges of Dade Counly'
    ; nd file the same in duplicate anil as
    provided In Section 731.16, Florida
    Statutes, In their offices In the Coun-
    ty Courthouse in Dade County, Fln-
    , ,i|.i, within six caleida'- months from
    the time of the first publication here-
    (.f, or the same will be barred,
    Dated .it Miami. Florida, this 26
    i) of February, ail i7l.
    DAVID H. KOPPELMAN
    As Administrator
    First puhlleation of this notice on
    IJth day of March, 1971.
    HERBERT L. HEIKEN
    Mtorney for Administrator
    lin3 Alnsley Bldg,
    3/12-19-26 4 '2
    LEGAL NOTICE

    LEGAL NOTICE
    for
    >'"U,
    a copy

    NOTICE OF ACTION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    CF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
    No. 71-4348
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    YIRHINIA RICHARDSON. Plaintiff
    VS.
    iRNEST UICHARDSOX, Defendant.
    ": ERNEST RICH Allll.St >N
    Residence Unknown
    Y.,u. ERNEST RICHARDSON, are
    . n by notified that a Hill of Com-
    lai'nt for DlVOfCe has been filed
    against you. and you are required to
    nerve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
    ing to the Hill of Complaint on the
    Plaintiffs attorney, I.aw Offices of
    ItH-LAf.'K. YOCOM & FATH. 1700
    Northwest 7th Street Suite 100
    Miami, Florida and file the original
    Answer or Pleading in the office of
    the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
    before the 16th day of April. 1971. If
    you fail to do so, judgment by de-
    fault will be taken against you for the
    relief demanded in the Bill of Com-
    plaint.
    This notice shall be published once
    eh week for four consecutive weeks
    THE JEWI8H FI.OR1DIAN
    lNB AND ORDERED at Miami,
    Florida, this :.tli day of March A.D.
    V.. H. LBATHERMAN, Clerk
    Circuit Court. Dade Count v. Florida
    By: C. I- ALEXANDER
    Denuty Clerk
    (Circuit Court Seal)
    I-..W Offices of
    POLLACK. YOCOM & FATH
    1700 N.W. 7th StreetSuit" 100
    Miami. Florida SS13B 1642-9986)
    Attorneys for Plaintiff
    3/12-19-20 4/2
    im TUrN?JICE OF ACTION
    = ,TCHE CIRCUIT COURT OF THI
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    _ OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
    No. 70-16804
    xv-.,. .SU,T FOK DIVORCE
    ANNIE LEE DEAN,
    Plaintiff,
    ; JOHN DEAN,
    Defendant
    Tu: JOHN DEAN
    ,!?' ,I,)HN' DEAN, are hereby
    titled that a Hill of Complaint
    Divorce has been filed againsl
    and you are required to serve a e,
    "i your Answer oi Pleading to the Hiil
    "f i omplalnt on the Plaintiff's attor-
    ney, POLLACK, YOCOM & FATB
    i i"ii x.w. 7th Street, suite loo, Mi-
    ami, Florida 32125 (642-9996) and file
    the original Answer or Pleading In
    the offi.-e of the Clerk of the Clrcuil
    ', "1rl *,n or before (he % day 19,1. If you fall to do so. Judgment l.v
    default will he taken against vnu for
    I he relief demand,.! in the Bill ot
    complaint
    This notice shall he published once
    each week for four consecutive weeks
    in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
    DONE AND ORDERED al Miami.
    Honda, this ^3rd day of February
    An. 1971.
    . E. R. LBATHERMAN, Clerk,
    Circuit Court, Dade Countv. Florida
    By: C P. COPELAND
    Denuty Cl. rk
    fCircull Court .'-.all
    POLLACK. YOCOM & FATH
    1700 Northwest 7th street
    Suite IliO
    Miami. Florida 83128 (642-9996)
    Atti rney for Plaintiff
    2/26 3/5-11-19
    'N ,LHaEKpr?^JV JUDGES COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDAIN PROBATE
    No. 71-884
    (DOWLING)
    , ,,,.NOT|CE TO CREDITORS
    In RE: Estate ..f
    OLIVE V. LEVIN
    1 leeeased.
    To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
    ing Claims or Demands Against Bald
    Estate:
    You are hereby notified and re-
    quired to present any claims and de-
    mands which you may have against
    the .stale of OLIVE V. LEVIN
    deceased late of Dade County, Flor-
    ida, to the County Judges of Dnde
    County, and file the same In dupli-
    cate and as provided in Section 73.1 -
    16, Florida Statutes, in their offices in
    the County Courthouse in Dade Coun-
    ty, Florida, within six calendar months
    from the time of the first publication
    hereof, or the same will be barred
    Dated at Miami, Florida, this 2nd
    day Of March, A.D. 1971.
    REN LEVIN
    IRVING CYPEN
    As Executors
    First publication of this notice on
    the Sth day of March, 1971.
    CYPEN & NEVINS
    Attorneys for Executors
    S-r. Arthur Godfrey Road
    Miami Beach. Florida 33140
    I/5-1J-19-26
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 71-659
    in HE: Estate of
    HY1IAN SCHREIER
    I U < ttHed.
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
    ing < laima or Demands Against Said
    Estate:
    You are hereby notified and requir-
    ed in present any claimi and demands
    which you may have againsl the es-
    tate of HYMAN SCHREIER deceas-
    ed late oi Bade County, Florida, to
    the County Judges of Bade County,
    and rile the same in duplicate and
    as provided in Section 738.16, Florida
    Statutes, In their offices in the County
    Courthouse In Hade County, Florida
    Within six calendar months from the
    nine of the liisi publication
    or the sain,- w lllbebarred.
    Dated al Miami. Florida, this 1Mb
    day of February, A.D. 1971
    FRED A. SCHREIER
    RUTH BOREN8TEIN
    As Executors
    First publication of this notice on
    th<-5th day of March, 1971,
    HARRY Zl'KERNICK
    Attorney for Executors
    420 Lincoln Road
    .Miami Beach, Florida 33139
    '. 5-12-19-26
    LEGAL NOTICE
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 71-719
    ARTHUR W. PRIMM
    In RE: Estate of
    MARY R. KOEHLER,
    Deceased.
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Creditors ami All Persons Hai
    lug Claims or Demands Against Bald
    Estate:
    You are hereby notified and requir-
    ed to present any claims and demands
    which you may have against the
    estate of -MARY It Kul'MII.ER. de-
    ceased late of Dade county. Florida to
    Hi, County Judges oi Dade County,
    and file the
    provided ill
    LEGAL NOTICE
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDAIN PROBATE
    No. 71-1002
    (JOHl, rl. bLANTON)
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    In i: i: Estate of
    HAKIM JACOBS
    I 'eceasi il.
    To All Creditors and All Persons II; < -
    Ing claims or Demands Against s* t
    Estate:
    You are hereby notified and i -
    quired to present any claims ami -
    in.mils which you ma\ have again-i;
    the estate of HARRY JACOBS d -
    ceased late of Hade County, Florii
    Hi.
    in the County Judges of Dade I'm
    same in duplicate and as I ty. and file the same in duplicate a
    Section 7;:::.Hi. Florida | as provided In Section 7:;:: lij Flori
    i
    Ho
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
    the Undersigned, desiring to engage in
    business under the fictitious name of
    ACTION METAL PRODUCTS a)
    4*>:':! E. lmli Avenue, Hialeah, Florida
    Intend i" register said name with
    the Clerk ..f the Circuit Court of
    Dade County. Florida.
    VLADIMIR ncn.lK
    BIENVENIDO D. PACHECO
    Kl'SSI.ER, ROTH. SHERADSKY
    A Rl'.i KEKMAN
    Attorneys for applicants
    189.1 H \V, 3rd SI I eel
    Miami, Florida
    1 '5-12-19-26
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
    the undersigned, desiring to engage
    in business under the fictltous name
    of MILTON ASSOCIATES at 12781 W.
    Dixie Highway, North Miami. Fla.
    Intends to register said name with the
    Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
    County, Florida.
    First Investment Development
    Corporation, a Florida corporation
    ELI BREGER
    Attorney for applicant
    16499 NIC. 19th Avenue
    North Miami Beach, Fla.
    3/5-12-19-26
    their offices in the County I Statutes
    Dade County, Florida, j ty Courthouse
    Ida, within six
    the time of tin
    Statutes, ii
    Courthouse
    hereof | within six calendar months from the
    lime of tin- first publication hereof,
    Or the same will he barred.
    Hated at Miami, Florida, this 18th
    day in February, A.D. 1971.
    MAKYI.EYV E88L1NGER
    As Executrix
    First publication of this notice mi
    the 28th day of February, 1971.
    SIMON. HAYS & ORUNDWERG
    Attorney for Executrix
    .'ini Alnsley Huiiding
    .Miami, Florida 33132
    2 26 3 '5-12-19
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 70-3164-D
    in RE: Estate "i
    ZENE A. TOZER,
    Deceased
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Creditors and All Person* Hav-
    ing Claims or Demands Against Said
    Eslate:
    You are hereby notified and re-
    quired to present any claims and de-
    mands which you may have against
    the estate of zene A TOZER, de-
    ceased late of Dade County, Florida.
    to the County Judges of Dade Coun-
    ty, and file the same in duplicate
    and as provided in Section 733.16, Flo-
    rida Statutes in their offices in the
    County Com tin.use In Dnde County.
    Florida within six calendar months
    from the time of the find publication
    hereof, or the same will be barred.
    Dated at Miami. Florida, this Mill
    day of February. A.D. 1971.
    REX TOZER
    As Administrator
    C.T.A.
    First publication of this notice on
    the 26th day of February. 1971.
    JOSEPH DiHARTOI.OMEO
    Attorney for Administrator, C.T.A.
    8460 Bird Road, Miami, Florida
    2/26 3/5-12-19
    i offices inr the con -
    ii Dade A'ounly, FV -
    calendar months fn
    first rjuhiicatioii in i -
    of. or the same will be/barred.
    Dated at Miami. (Florida, this t \
    day of March, A.D. 1*71
    clara/Jacobs
    , Ali Ejxecutrlx
    hirst publlcatiy,,, ,,, ,i,is notice
    tile lljth daj of .',|..,.,.|, |ii7|
    FKISHMAN A i.-VVn
    Attorney for Ejxecutrlx
    120 Lincoln R ^.,,|
    Miami Beach.' (Florida
    ___________ :: u '
    r, 'lOTICE UNDER
    v. P'P.T.ITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE \,s HEREBY GIVEN tl it
    the undersa | desiring to enga -
    In business \ui|t.,- the fictitious nar
    ',', ''\> **S2 EXTERMINATING COl -
    l AM at -J7V s yy, i.ii Street, Mian
    Florida intend,s l0 register sal I nai
    with tin' cii'iij, ,,f the circuit ('nut
    ..I Dade Count* Florida.
    PAN AMERICA N EXTERMINATE* I
    COM ,,A NY INC
    SPARBER, ZEAMKL ROSE
    HEILBRoNNEIlJ j, A
    Attorneys for an V>||caut
    iii'i N lllscayne rJou|evard
    .Miami. Florida
    JIN &
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 71-812
    In RE: Estate of
    BELLA C.ILFAND
    11, ceased.
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Creditors and All Persons Ilav-
    na Claims or Demands Against Said
    Estate:
    You are hereby notified and requir-
    ed to present any claims and demands
    which you may have against the es~
    . of BEL1 A Oil P VND deceased
    lute "i Dade County, Florida, to the
    Cou v Judge or i lade County, and
    file the sami In duplicate and as pro-
    Vlded i'i Section 783.16, Florida Stat-
    ic. -. in their offices In the County
    thi use In D tde County, Florida.
    within rIx calendnr months From the
    time of the first publication hereof,
    or the same II bi barred.
    Dated at Ml ml, Florida, this 25th
    ,' i of Febru iry, I D. 1971.
    ZEV >v KOOAN
    As BXI i ntcr
    ii-t publication of ibis notice on
    'he 5th day of March. 1971.
    i'AIDIN. ROTHENBBRG,
    KOGAN&KORNBLUM
    i v:ZEV w KOGAN
    ' a Lincoln Rd.. M.B.. Fla.
    Utorney for Z< \V. Kogan
    2 5-12-10-28
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
    DADE. FLORIDA
    CASE No. 71-3855
    NOTICE TO DEFEND
    SANTOS TEODOSIO REINOSA,
    Plaintiff,
    vs.
    MARIANA DO NASCIMENTO
    REINOSA.
    Defendant.
    TO: Mrs. Mariana Do Nascimento
    Rel'nosa
    Avi-nida Atlanticn G32
    Apt. No. 101
    Rio De Janeiro, or, Brasll
    You arc hereby notified thai a di-
    vorce suit was filed against you. A
    copy of your Answer must be served
    upon JOSEPH C. I.AI'SSEL, lawyer
    for your husband, al 71 s Seybold
    Bldg.. Miami. Florida, 33182, and the
    Original thereof filed In ibis Office
    on or belnre April 2, 1971. Fail Not
    or Default will be entered against
    you.
    Dated this: February 26, 1971, Miami.
    Floi Ida,
    E B LBATHERMAN,
    Clerk Clrcuil 'mill
    Miami. Dade, Florida
    By: MAROl'ERITB KENT
    Denul y 'lerk
    (Clrcuil Courl Seal)
    375-12-19-26
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY 111 YEN that
    the undersigned, desiring to engage
    in business under the fictitious names
    of A ADVANCE CRBI8E CENTER.
    A ALL HOTEL RESERVATION
    SERVICE: A CRCISE ADVlSOItS at1
    6985 Collins Avenue. Miami Beach, |
    Fla. Intend to register said names
    with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of ;
    Dade County. Florida.
    GEORGEBEROER
    MORTON GALEN
    3/R-12-in-2
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY 'UNION that
    the undersigned, desiring to engage
    in business under the fictitious name
    of YVIBDBR SAMPLE SERVICE al
    4H07 Bast 10 Lane. Hialeah, Florida
    intends to register said name with
    the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
    Daide County, Florida
    UFA-TAR, INC.
    GERALD SILVBRMAN
    Attorney for Hea-Tar. Inc.
    210 Roberts Building, .Miami. Flfl
    2 26 :i..-.-il'-1!'
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES' Ithnl
    the undersigned, desiring to pnj
    in business under Ihe fictitious, name
    of CAL7.AHAN PLAZA, al 2135 X.VV.
    v River Drh ftl Inmi, Florida In -
    . tend iter sa d name wich the
    Clerk of ihe Clrcuil Courl ot J 'a.i.
    ' County, Flor la
    I'MTV II \' I.. INC.
    ; By: B. T. STEPHENSON, Presldeiil
    BENNETT H I'l'.l DMAN of
    i'IK.v VOLO & fi:i I'M A-
    Vttorneye for L'NITY HALL, INC.
    602 'oiicm d I tuildlng,
    66 '- 'al Plagler Strei I, 11
    Miami. Florida 13130
    :l 19-34 (.:: 9
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    the undesigned, desiring to engage
    in business under the fictitious name
    of MOLINA DISTRIBUTORS nt ZX>
    S.W. 22nd Terrace, Miami intends to
    register said name with the Clerk of
    the Circuit Court of Dade County,
    Florida.
    ART17RO MOLINA
    i 19-U 3/r.-12
    ATTENTION
    ATTORNEYS?
    'Jenis* noridHtr
    solicits your leqol notice*
    We appreciate you-
    patronage and guarantee
    accurate service at ieao
    rates
    nial 373- *IMI3
    tor measergoT aenrlo.
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 71-733
    In RE: E Hate of
    LI V IN WE1TZMAN
    I i I HI il
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Creditors and All Person* Hav-
    ing claim.- or l'inlands Againsl Said
    Estate:
    You are hereby notified and requir-
    ed to present any claims and demands
    which you may have against the es-
    tate of LEON WBITZMAN deceased
    late of Dade County, Florida, to ihe
    Countv Judges of Dade County, and
    rile the same in dunllcate and as pro-
    vided In Section 733.16, Florida Stat-
    uti .In their offices In the County
    Courthouse in Dad. County, Florida.
    Within six calendar months from the
    time of the first publication hereof,
    or the same win be barred.
    Dated at Miami. Florida, this 18
    day of February. A D 1971.
    DORA WEITZMAN
    As Executrix
    First publication of this notice on
    the 26 day <>f Februarv, 1971.
    RALPH l'.. BERNSTEIN
    Attorney for Executrix
    r,"3 South Washington Boulevard
    Sarasota, Fl0rid8,lS677 | .^^
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HE Kin GIVEN thai
    the under: ?ned, desiring to eVigagi
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    ,N AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 70-4550
    FRANK B. DOWLING
    In RE: Eslate of
    GEORGE S. LEVY
    I leeeased.
    NOTICE TO CREDITOR6
    | To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
    ing Claims or Demands Against Said
    ; Estate:
    You are hereby notified and re-
    quired to present any claims and de-
    j mands which you may have against
    ihe estate of GEOKGE S, LEVY de-
    ceased late of Da'le County. Florida,
    i in ihe County Judges of Dade County.
    j aad file the same in duplicate and
    las provided In Section 7::::.Hi, Florida
    Statutes in their offices in the County
    ' Courthouse In Dade County, Florida,
    within six calendar months from the
    time of the first publication hereof, or
    the same will be barred.
    Dated al Miami, Florida, this lltli
    daj Of February. A.D. 1971.
    ZEV W. KOGAN At
    ALBERT FIELD
    As Co-Executors
    i-'irsi publication of ibis notice on
    the L'l'.th day of February. 1971
    CAIDIN, ROTHENBBRG, KOGAN,
    KOBNBI.I'M & ROTHENBERG
    l.y ZEV IV. KOGA V
    120 Lincoln ltd.. Miami Beach. Fla.
    J 26 :: 5-12-19
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY.
    IN CHANCERY. NO. 71-3505
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    SAC I. SEISDBDOS,
    Plaintiff,
    vs.
    MARI V C. SEISDBDOS,
    I ii feudant.
    Tl M VRIA C SEISDBDi >S
    135 'cii i al I 'i il. way
    l-G
    ., v,,... New York
    Yi .i. ,M ARIA C. SEIS1 'El 'S,
    h. rebs otlfied that a Bill. t <
    :; 12-19-26. < "1
    NOTICE UrV-iDER
    FICTITIOUS NAUTie LAW
    .N'.TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN the
    the undersigned, desiring *i to engage
    in business under the fid ,uu>us nai
    of JORDON S. MATLLNR M D
    .s.-,L'ii Bird Road. Miami, Flo -rida i-
    tends in register said name !,j|i ti
    Clerk of the Circuit Court of "<>.
    County Florida si
    JORDON 8. MATLIN, M.D. PA.
    SPARBER, ZBMEL, ROSKIN \
    HEILBRONNBR P.A,
    Attorneys for applicant
    100 N. P.iscavne Blvd.
    Miami. Florida
    3/12-19-26, .
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDAIN PROBATE
    No. 71-673
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    In RE: Estate of
    NETTIE BOOKMAN
    I leeeased.
    To All Creditors and All Persons Ha- -
    ing Claims or Demands Against Sa i
    Estate:
    You are hereby notified and l
    quired to present any claims and d -
    mands which you may have agair. -'.
    the estate of NETTIE BOOKMAN,
    deceased late of Dade county, Flo .
    Ida, to Ihe County Judges of Da >
    Counly.. and file ihe same in dupli-
    cate ami as provided ill Section 73: -
    16, Florida statutes, In their offices
    iii the County Courthouse in Dad
    Counly, Florida, ivlthln six calend, *
    months from the time of the first
    publication hereof, or the same
    lie barred.
    Daied al Miami, Florida, this
    dav of February. A.D. 1071.
    lll'TII R. Si'HONFIELD
    BEVERLY MILLER
    As Co-Executrices
    First publication of ihis notice
    the ".ill dav of Manh. 1971,
    KENNETH N ReKANT
    Attorney for Co-Executrlcea
    Suite 229, On. Lincoln ltd. Bldg.
    .Miami Beach. Fla. 33186
    8/6-12-19-2*
    will
    16th
    -
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE is HERBBY GIVEN Ih '
    the undersigned, desiring to engais
    In business under the fictitious nan
    of .1 .: R HARDWARE DISTRIBU-
    TORS at 652 S.W. Sth Street,, Mian
    Florida Intend to register said nan
    In i !|erk of the Circuit Cou ;
    of Dad. County, Florida.
    JORGE v RENE Tl'MA,
    PARTNERSHIP
    S/12-19-2H
    .. .,.,.,.,...,. -,c -7,-, VI- ., You, .MARIA C. SEISDBDOS
    N"TU E IS HE ^ GIVEN thai rebj ,ltfM ,,,.a :, B1), ,,, ,.,, -
    the under ?ned, desiring to engage ,ml .. ,. Divorc.c has been filed '
    "; -i-.M-',:; u;rVvxiv,'" i' ":""1 v"':"-' >-<"<-i urh
    ' ''.,J.,v PMNMM. ,v- REI'AII ,, ,..,y of your Answer or Pleadvp
    COM MM al 2.. With Sine- V.....n ,, r ,,, ,,, |;i|| ,,r o,,m||| on OlM
    Hi ach, Fnrids Intend s regli i
    name \> iili th i "lei h of the Cii cull
    Couri of Dnde County, Florida
    i ASZI O \ VRG.A
    ANDREJ PA I \ Si'A Is
    I ouis Levin-
    Attorney for annllciinis
    .t.'.il Lincoln Ri.nl
    Miami Bench, ff|h
    19-26 4/2-9
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    the undersign.-d, d- siring lo engage
    in business under the fictitious naWW
    of UNCLE SAMS SIRS at 171-76
    Sunny Isles Boulevard. North Miami
    Beach, Florida Intends to register
    said name with the Clerk of the
    Circuit Court of Dade Cou.ity Florida.
    PURPLE SCAI-MON INC.
    Bv SHIRLEY TUNIS. President
    MICHAEL P. CHASE
    Attorney for
    Purple Scalllon. Inc.
    1900 S.W. Third Avenue
    Miami, Florida 33129
    3/19-26 4/2-9
    \
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 71-10?0
    FRANK B. DOWLING
    In RE: Etato of .
    LEON FEBLOW
    l leeeased
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
    ing claim- or Demands Againsl Said
    Estate:
    You arc hereby notified and reiimr-
    ed to present any claims and demands
    which VOU mav have ataliisl the es-
    tate of LEON FEBtow deceased
    late of Dade Countv. Florida, to the
    County Judges of Dado County, and
    file tin- same In duiMlciie and as
    provided in Section 7,1.1 If.. Florida
    Statutes. In their nWwi In 'he Oroni-
    ty Courthouse in Dad. County. Flo-
    rida, within six enlwildnr months from
    the time of the flrl nuhllentlnn here-
    of, or the same will be leirred.
    Ila'cd al Miami !" 'Ida. 'bis pub
    dav of March A !> 1"7'
    ANNE M Win < '\\'
    v-. A.lnrnlsna'-lx
    Firs! publics* Inn 'at |,,: notice on
    the 19th iliv of ,''!-,li, 1971.
    t EON A. F.PSTF.1V,
    Attorney for Administratrix
    4?0 Lincoln Road
    Miami Reach. Florida W-^ |/M
    g to ihe Bill of Oompliilnl on i(k
    Plaintiff's attorney, BFRONCON
    i.itmav. 612 Alnsley Building. H N E
    Isl \\inne. Miami, Florida, 33132,
    file the original Answer or Pi. tdlng in I
    the office of the Clerh of the Circuit
    Court on or before the 30th day of 1
    March, 1971. H you fail to do so,
    judgment by default will be taken
    Hjgainsl you for the relief demanded ]
    iii the Rill oi' Complaint.
    This notice shall be published once
    each week for four consecutlvi
    in Til E JEM. ISH I'I.' IRIDIAN.
    BONE AXD ORDERED at Miami,
    Florida, Ibis L'.lrd day of February
    A.D. 1971. ,
    i:. B -LEATlI.Er.MAN. Clerk,
    Circuit Courl. Dade County. Florida
    By: MARGFEBfTB KENT-
    Deputy Clerk
    (Clrcuil Courl Seal i
    BFRONSON A I.ITMAN
    l!12 Alnsl.v Pudding
    H M.B. 1st Avenue
    Miami. Florida 33112
    2 26 ". .'i-12-U>
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    Vi tick is HEREBY OIVEN Iht t
    tie undersigned, desiring lo engagi
    husfm n u fictitious llanc
    ItBNE M \RKET nl 10927 8 W I
    I'lui Ids in mis
    f. uc'er sal I name withe the Cl
    oi -i en uil "in i nt I ladi i loui
    Florida.
    RENE SAID
    3 12-If>-2>L I '"-
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Hint
    ihe undersigned, desiring to engage
    in business under lb.- fictitious name
    raf FURNITURE CLEARANCE CEN-
    TER al 98 N.E. 74th Street. Mrnmi.
    Florida intends to register said name
    uiih Ihe Clerk of the Circuit Court
    in I>ad.County. Florida.
    IMPORT FURNITURE CORP.
    a Florida corporation
    man A GOLDFARB
    Attorney for Import Furniture
    Corporation
    a Florida Corporation d/b,'a Furniture
    Clearance Center
    2/26 3/5-12-19
    NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT O-
    FLORIDA IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY.
    No. 71-4651
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    MARVIN Schwartz.
    Plaintiff.
    Vs
    RITA SCHWARTZ.
    1 i. ''. nilanl
    T' l: RITA SCHWARTZ
    Residence Unknown
    You. RITA SCHWARTZ, are Ii, i -
    by notified that a Bill of Complaint
    for Divorce has been filed again-"
    you. and you are required to sei
    a copy of your Answer or Pleading
    to the Bill of Comnlaint on the Plan -
    tiff's attorney, wai i ACE N maicr
    4nr. P.iscavne Bldg., Miami.. Fla. 88186
    and file lln original Answer or Plead-
    Ing in the office of the Clerk of the
    Clrcuil Courl mi or before the DSii
    day of Anril. 1971 If you fail lo do s.i
    judgment by default will be laki -
    againsl vpu for the relief demandi 1
    in ih,- Bill of Comnlaint.
    This no! ice shall be published one >
    each week for four consecutive weeks
    in the JEWISH FtORIDIAN.
    DONE \nd ORDERED at Miami
    Florida. Ihls H'llh dav of March A.D.
    1971.
    E B 1 F SHERMAN*. Clerk
    Circuit Court, nn By: MARGUERITE KENT
    Denu'v Clerk
    ICiroliit Conn Seal*
    W M I \CE N "Al-R
    4"-, Rlspnvne '"d iiami. Fin ?""
    Attorney for Plaintiff
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    v B'nai B'ritfi Central Conference of American
    Rabbis Hadassah Jewish Agency for Israel-
    v American Section Jewish Labor Committee
    Jewish War Veterans of the U.S.A. Labor Zion-
    ist Movement,-Poale Zion, Farbandy Pioneer
    Women Mizrachi-Hapoel Hamizrachi -Na-
    tional Committee for Labor Israel National
    Jewish Community Relations Advisory Coun-
    cil National Council of Jewish Women Na-
    tional Council of Young Israel National Jewish
    Welfare Board The Rabbinical Assembly Rab-
    binical Council of America Union of Orthodox
    American Hebrew Congregations United
    Synaffo^ueof America Zionist Organization
    of America -Also: American Jewish Committee
    American Jewish Joint Distribution Commit-
    tee Council oi Jewish Federations & Welfare
    Funds United Israel Appeal, Inc.

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    As representatives of the American Jewish Community,
    we pledge the complete support of our leadership and
    members to the humanitarian goals oil HE 1971 ISRAEL
    EMERGENCY ELM) CAMPAIGN and REGULAR
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    People Using_Mare _Bottled Water
    According to the American Bot-
    tled Water Association, the use of
    bottled spring water hud increasi '\
    tremendously in tin pas) few years.
    A loader in the field, the Mountain
    Valley Water Co. of Hot S]
    Ark., i s th it one out "I e\
    try 800 : rnea nov use bottli I
    Water.
    extending from the central spring
    itself, -co as to protect the water
    source for /ears to come.
    U S. cities are disi aboul
    70 million gallons of refuse n yeai
    directly into the nation's streams
    and rivers, and more than half ol
    ! the cities with p pulatiora i -
    Ing 2,500 have inadequate refuse
    disposal systems.
    When people
    tei su i] ... i- being
    their
    "ruined" by
    chemi-
    holtled
    At Mot iin V Hey, which is the
    6nlj natk nally bottled spring water
    from one source, the continuous
    flow of its bottles to all parts of
    the natloi enables the company to 'he addition of excess
    follow tht trend and patterns ol cals, they are turning to
    bottled water consumption through- water.
    OUt the : I Ion.
    The bottled water business has
    John '; Scott. Mountain Valley) prospered in Europe for manj
    president, pointed out that a Jyears, and as more and more Amer-
    significant factor i- the eonsum-1 leans are touring the Continent
    er's conci rn over pollution, fiuori-
    i .. i rination and contami-
    nation of the nation's lakes and
    Streams.
    and the Orient each year, they
    tcquire the habit of drinking bot-
    tled water and continue it when
    thej return home.
    At Mi .Plain Valley, a spring
    Said to have been discovered by
    Hornando deSoto during tho Span-
    iard 's expl< ration of the southw st
    is credited with having started the
    growth ol Hot Springs. Geologists
    SU) the origin is glacial and that
    the watt i never sees the light of
    day until it leaves the spring to
    )>e ix)ttli d at the source. To pre-
    vent any possible pollution, Moun-
    tain Vallej nas hundreds of acres
    From an industrial standpoint,
    Ihe Use Ol hoi I led water was al-
    most unheard of some 15 years
    ago. Now. however, Scott stated.
    industrial applications are an im-
    oortanl source of revenue to tin
    bottled water market.
    The industrial applications cover
    a widely diversified field, he said
    including the use of purified water
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    I tuse A the uniformitj ol
    such wat.-r. manj testing labora-
    tories in the food fields use it in
    testini t is, etc. "Obvi-
    ously," gays Scott, "your favorite
    drink tastes -l fferently in various
    cities because the local waters
    have their own characteristic
    t stes."
    Mizraehi Council Meeting Monday
    Tim iWiararhi- U/omcn's-JUorirln
    meeting will Im> held al
    Monday In Suite ii-k.
    Mrs. Alfred Stone,
    Rabbi Klein Installing
    Tifereth Israel Officers
    Temple Tifereth Israel will in-
    stall its newly-elected hoard of
    directors. Sisterhood and Men's
    Club officers at T:.''.o p.m. Satur-
    day, March 27, al a Kosher dinner
    in the Seville Hotel which will be
    followed by a show and dancing
    to the music of Mike Selker and
    his band.
    Serving as installation officer
    will be the temple's spiritual lead-
    er Rabbi Maurice Klein.
    Council
    10:30 a.m.
    407 Lincoln ltd
    coordinator, has announced.
    Chapti r ii ad Ji I h
    National Fun i and Youth Aliyah
    el.,-mi mi n ari exi* ted to attend.
    A vital message will be brought to
    the gathei if" by foi mi r national
    vice president Mrs. Maurice Ples-
    sci of New Voi k < it...
    flatikvah Chapter will pn
    "The Passover Miracle" by Rose
    Lunger and Lee Schwide at its
    Moes Chitim meeting al Kneseth
    [srai l. 1415 Euclid Ave., Thurs-
    THE AIR CONDITIONED
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    Morris Zellner la program chair-
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    Rabbi Abramowitz Reviews
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    review i: Plight and R i-
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    Sisterhood in the Crims >n I
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    EDITOR, The Jewish Floritlhin:
    Sine the recent disclosures con-
    cerning tin- secret trials for the
    supiioscd hijackings in Russia, and
    the anti-Semitism that is the of-
    ficial policy of the Communist re-
    gime, rebirth has been given to
    the ae old cry "Lei My Poo-
    pic Go," which is more emotional
    than realistic. Whether the Israeli
    statement that 340 Jews were al-
    lowed to emigrate in 1970 is cor-
    rect or the Russian claim that the
    number is 1,500, is not important
    just academic where iH mil-
    lion people are concerned.
    True enough, the Russians allow
    e few "trouble makers" to leave
    but car. anyone realize how many
    thousands of dissidents or those
    who dare to complain, are senl to
    mental institutions, labor camps
    and Siberia, never to lx> heard
    from again? We are grateful for
    the few .lews that Russia does al-
    low to emigrate but, in addition.
    we must never forget those .lews
    who must, of necessity, remain in|
    Russia.
    When we discu>s Russian Jewry,
    we must consider 3% million peo-
    ple and not a handful of Jews.
    Some years ago I si>cnt over B
    month in Moscow. Kiev. Leningrad
    and Odessa, and had a yood oppor-
    tunity to so" and learn at first
    hand of the horrible anti-Semitism
    and terrible tear th.it Russian
    Jews live with.
    The Jews >f Russia do not have
    to w.ut for George Orwell's 19X4
    they have always been living in
    an Orwelhan en with its thought
    Control, pogroms, fear of speaking
    nst the government, the dread
    of the midnight knock on the door,
    and its purges .:< carried out by
    the secret poll .
    The .'!'. million Russian Jew .!!
    :! will eventually
    be compli t !> assimilated and I >-,
    thM. cultui I heritage
    c.i i have learned
    . from ih
    n it idi ntify Jews by
    c pu iw brmbands and
    the Russians use circumcision
    means to identify Jews, so Jew h
    pai 'its no long e their n
    offspring circumcized, thereby giv-
    op one of the most sacred
    commitments ol their heritage and
    religion so as no; to expose their
    children to cruel persecution an I
    in l-class citizenship.
    Now, to be realistic, if Russia
    would allow all of its Jews to i m -
    grate, where could they go? Could
    ih. \ emigrate o America? The
    U.S. has limited quotas. Should
    the> go to Argentina with its anti-
    Se "'M!i since It h is become a
    haven for refugee Nazis? Should
    they go to ol So th a i i ic in
    countries which In- e become I' >m-
    mui -i si I -" Or I.aim American
    countries which have become
    tarj diet itoi ships?
    If Russia would allow Jews to
    emigrate, could Israel accept and
    provide lor them at this time?
    Israel today has a |K>pulation of
    three million iwhich includes 3C0.-
    000 Arabs). Could Israel absorb a
    sudden influx ot hundreds of thou-
    sands of new immigrants and new-
    comers, in addition to the 50,000
    who already come in yearly? Could
    they feed and shelter them? Could
    they provide the medical, educa-
    tional and sanitary facilities need-
    ed? Could they find employment
    loi those physically able to work,
    without throwing lh>ir economy
    out of gear and balance at this
    time-?
    Besides, Communist Russia, to
    solidify its foothold in the Middle
    East, must appease the Arabs who
    violently oppose stepped-up immi-
    gration 1<> Israel. Therefore, most
    efforts must be concentrated on
    continuous world pressure to pre-
    serve the culture, religion and
    identity of the Jews remaining and
    suffering under the yoke of Com-
    munist anti-Semitism.
    In the meantime. I fear that the
    days of the suffering and "Wan-
    dering Jew" are not yet over, in
    spite of their tremendous contri-
    butions to mankind over the cen-
    turies in whatever countries they
    settled
    ABE SOLOSKO
    Miami Beach
    The Consulate General of Israel
    in New York and all Israel Con-
    sulates throughout the United
    States are prepared to receive
    scrolls which communities or in-
    dividuals might svish to donate for
    shipment to the Ministry for Re-
    ligious Affairs in Jerusalem.
    The Minister is hopeful that to
    the extent that there are congre-
    gations which are on the verge of
    closing down, they will consider
    transferring as many scrolls as
    they can span' to Israel. He also
    recommends the initiation of a spe-
    cial project i which I feel merits
    your sincerest endeavor) wherebj
    synagogues in the United State-
    establish a direct link with com-
    munities in Israel by donating to
    them one or more of their scrolls.
    A special emissary from the
    Minister for Religious Affairs,
    Rabbi Joseph Ralbag. has been
    dispatched to this country explic-
    itly lor this purpose and be will
    be prepared to meet with inter-
    ested parties to discuss this proj-
    ect in more detail.
    We would appreciate it if you
    would give the matter your fullest
    attention and widest coverage and
    circulation through your media.
    7.V1 CASPI. Consul
    II Kast 7<>th St..
    New York. N.Y. 10021

    Tickets are now available for the Temple Israel Sio-erhood.
    Donor Luncheon at the Doral Beach Hotel Wednesday,
    March 17. Pictured are Mrs. Harold Stone, (left) cochzirman,
    Mrs. Howard Novell, vice president of administration; Mrs.
    Joseph Bulbin, national Sisterhood board member who is
    also serving as a ticket chairman for this ever.-. Mrs.
    Samuel Gray, ticket chairman, and Mrs. Kenneth Treister,
    cochairman.
    Mordecai Yardeini Presenting Cantata
    Israel: sing T, cantor, con
    and recording artist Mordecai V n-
    deini will be featured in a cantata
    called "The Song of My People.'
    together with Emilia Kstivillc. vio-
    linist, and Esther Barrett, pianist,
    Thursday, March 25, at s p.m. in
    the Hibiscus Auditorium. Alton Rd.
    and 10th Sti.-et. Miami Beach.
    Tin- composer of many popular
    Israeli, Yiddish and Cantorial
    songs. Cantor Yardeini. who holds
    i flog ce from the I' n Sacr<
    SehO 'I ef Musk-, is th aithor o
    lour book- on Jewish I
    literature. A former i
    IS now first ^ ice pre-: I M ,-
    i' in tors Association a A
    and a member of the Y. Idish Wn>
    I : Union of America.
    Cantor Yardeini v-
    i' et "S'dorim" a id
    it Singer's Hotel, in -
    lev, N Y this \,
    K.IHTOR. Tin- Jewish Floridian:
    We have received an urgent
    communique from the Minister for
    Religion- Affairs in Jerusalem ad-
    vising us that a growing number
    of )u w communities, ixjrdcr vil-
    lages, kibbutzim, army outposts,
    schools and institutions have sub-
    mitted a request to the Ministry
    for To: ah Scrolls, i The Supply ol
    scrolls which were brought from
    Rumania has now been PXh
    In the last three years, 1,694
    i Set oil- !i ,\ e been n qui -ted.
    rims far 1,300 h ive been distrib-
    uted including '-''_'i' to Zahal and
    thirty to the Kotel Hamaaravi.
    There is an immediate need now
    lor H0(l scrolls for places that have
    none at all.
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    a Mechayeh. It comes in a new blue package and two new
    fancy servers. It's a very sweet package. So look for us
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    It's Unsalted Sweet Chiffon.
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