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Friday, March 26. 1971
Leaders Recipients Of
Awards At Bond Events
Mr. ;in will be honored at the Beth Ra-
1-Foite Towers Israel Dinner
i State, Sunday; evening. April 4,
I the tfontainebleau Hotel, Dr
David Raab, honorary dinner chair-
in, announced.
Mr. and Mrs. Bernstein will be
recipient! of the State of fe-
el Shalom Award in tribute to
; a ship on behalf of man)
community, philanthropic and Is-
r. ell c (uses.
Residents of. Forte Towers since
it was built five years ago, they
are active leaders of Temple Beth
. iphael. Mr. Bernstein is a leader
the Maccabee Lodge of B'nal
B'lith and of the Forte Towers
Men's Club. Mrs. Bernstein, a life
member if Hadassah, is active in
C'RT, B'nai B'rith. the Women's
League 1 >i Israel and the Forte
>u Ladies Social Club. Both
. e li!'' members of the Hebrew
imc lor the A;;ed.
Heading the dinner committee
::> Dr. Raab -ire George N. Kot-
i'l. dinner cliainnan; Mr. and Mrs.
Victor Ament, chairmen of the
Host Committee; Cantor Saul
Breeh, Max Marin. Harry Rosen-
thai and Benjamin Tupler. co-
ch lirmi
*" Mr Kotin noted thai In keeping
with the tradition established at
.. l wior Beth Raphael-Forte Tow-
- events in behalf of Israel Bonds,
ils iil be a gala even! with an
i utstanding Israeli speaker, a well-
known entertainer, and music for
ner and dancing by the Lennj
wsoi Societ Orchestra.
Bernard Friedman is ch;iirman
>f the Coasial Towers Israel Bond
Pammittee which is sponsoring
.In- rv.'iil.
The State of Israel Scroll of
Honor will be presented to Max-
well Smith, president of the Men's
Social Club of Ro-Mont Gardens,
it it- "Night in Israel" Tuesday.
A member of the Board of Di-
rectors of the Ro-Mont Service
Cor|x>ration, he is editor and co-
publisher o! the "Ro-Mont News,"
and is past Chancellor of the Slit-
ter Lodge, Knights of Pythias
(Brooklyn I.
Cochairmen of the Ro-Mont Gar-
dens Israel Hand Committee are
Nathan Goldschlager and Max
Weintraub.
Maxwell Skopit, who has been
deeply involved in Jewish commun-
ity affairs for many years and is a
;i:ist president of the Fontainvirw
Building, has ben chosen to re-
ceive the State of Israel Scroll of
Honor at a "Night in Israel" to be ,
sponsored by the Fontalnview Is-
rael Bond Committee. Sunday eve-
ning, April 4.
MB. and Mk. HAW BMNSTEIN
Draftees May Be Deferred
The National Jewish Welfan
Board's Commission on Jewish
Chaplaincy has been notified bj
Curtis W. Tarr, director. Selective
Service System, that all draft
boards have been asked to grw
favorable cdnsidcration. wherever
possible, to requests of registrants
oi" the Jewish faith for postpone-
ments of physical examination or
induction Into the Armed Forces
during Passover.
Mi and Mrs. Hiram Goldstein,
0 celebrated their Golden Wed-
i ing Anniversary recently, will be
1 i : is of the Stale of I>-
5h ilom Av .a d Monday at the
lastal Towers "Night in Israel."
Mr. i iol Istein is a past president
he Coast I 'Inb,
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Moshe Gilboa To Address
Histadrut Third Seder
The Hon. Moshe Gilboa. dean of
the Atlanta Consular Corps, and
Consul General of the State of
HON. MOSMf GIIBOA
Israel, will be guest of honor at
the gala celebration of the Israel
Histadrut Council of South Florida
at its annual Third Seder Sunday
evening, April 11. at the Hotel
Fontainebleau, Rabbi Leon Kron-
ish, honorary chairman. has
announced.
Mr. Gilboa. who has been in
Miami Beach several times in his
position as Consul General, has
been a member of the Histadrut
all his adult life. He has just re-
turned from Israel, and will pre-
sent an intimate report and eval-
uation of Israel's international po-
sition at the Seder.
A unique musical program, fea-
turing the internationally known
artist. Rachel Gusman, will be
presented. For the first time in
Miami Beach history, celebrants
will view a "Seder in a Kibbutz,"
an event which many travelers to
Israel have witnessed a festival
of freedom the beauty and spirit
of which arc unmatched in Hebrew-
culture.
The program will be directed
and staged by Ari Kaduri. who will
also take part in the musical pro-
gram. Israeli dancers and singers
will be an integral part of the pres-
entation, Moe Levin, program
chairman announced.
Kdward Tumaroff, executive di-
rector of the Histadrut Council of
South Florida, is the producer, and
author of the special Haggadah
prepared for the event. Serving on
the Haggadah committee are Abe
Rappaport, Sandra and Sol Caller.
Shoshannah Spector. and Manuel
Burstein.
The Haggadah will feature an
Honor Roll of all those who have
taken part in the activities of the
Histadrut this year. Jacob Rifkin,
chairman of the Business and Pro-
fessional Council, announced.
Tickets for the Third Seder will
be available to those individuals
who have taken an active part in
the affairs of the Histadrut. and to
members of organizations which
have supported its project, the
South Florida Medical Center in
Beersheba. Israel.
Dr. Lehrman To Be
Breakfast Speaker
Residents of the new Roney
Plaza will hold their first annual
breakfast meeting Sunday. March
2S. on behalf of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewrs;,*~F?Meiation's 1971
(cmbincd Jewish Appeal-Israel
Kmergency Fund campaign.
Irving Rubin is serving as hon-
orary chairman. Joseph Bernstein
and Bill Feitclberg as cochairmen.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spiritual
leader of Temple Emanu-El and
C.IA-IKF campaign chairman, will
be the guest speaker at the 10 a.m.
affair to be held in the Roney
Plaza coffee shop. The breakfast
is being donated with the compli-
ments of Mr. Rubin of the Pub
Restaurant.
Members of the Roney Plaza
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Apell, Julius Belsky, Herman Ber-
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Sonia Cusack, Jacob Eisner, Les-
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Kutcher, Dr. David J. Lafia, Doro-
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and Mrs. Samuel Rudenberg, Sam
Schneider, Louis Wittlin and Mor-
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Larry King To Emcee
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Larry King, television and radio
personality, will be master of
ceremonies at the City of Miami
Beach's 56th anniversary celebra-
tion Friday April 2 at the Fon-
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'56" luncheon is sponsored by the
Miami Beach Betterment Associa-
tion.
Tickets for the non-profit func-
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
March 26, 1971

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

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

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University of Florida
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"eJewish Florid!
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WllKVf
Volume 44 Number 13
Miami, Florida Friday, March 26, 1971
Thrse Sections Piice
New Soviet Harassment Campaign
TEL AVIV (JTA)According
to reliable sources, Soviet au-
thorities in the Georgian Re-
public have started a campaign
of harassment against Jews who
signed petitions demanding emi-
gration rights.
It was also reported that
preparations are being made for
a "show trial" in Riga of Jews
who have been active in the
movement to obtain the right to
emigrate to Israel, but it was
not clear whether this trial is
the one postponed last January,
or whether it involves another
group of Jews.
At a meeting: of the Israeli
Council for Russian Jewry, the
speakers denounced unconfirmed
but persistent rumors that the
Soviet authorities were easing
their policy on exit visas. They
said such reports were inspired
by the authorities as a propa-
ganda ruse.
While these reports are being
circulated, Georgian Jews who
signed petitions were being pres-
sured into declaring that their
signatures were forgeries. The
Russians chose Georgia for their
new campaign against the Jews
because it is remote from Mos-
cow and far from the eyes and
ears of foreign newsmen, the
sources claimed.
Eban, Bush Optimistic
On Mideast Situation
NEW YORK (JTA) Both
Israel's Foreign Minister Abba
Eban and the new U.S. envoy to
the United Nations, Ambassador
George Bush. api?ared on TV
programs last weekend, and
both expressed optimtism over
Middle East developments.
In an interview on the CBS
program "Face the Nation," Mr.
Eban said U.S.-Israel relations
lhad been "strengthened" and
praised President Nixon for his
"enormous contribution" to the
avoidance of war. Mr. Eban said
Israel's policy is "based on very
pragmatic security ideas,", and
rejected American emphasis on
an international peacekeeping
force instead of geographical se-
curity, however, recalling the
failure of such forces in tin-
past.
Mr. Bush, who appeared on
NBC's "Meet The Press," de-
clared that a peacekeeping force
< mild have "a very useful role"
but denied putting pressure on
Israel. He also explained that
the kind of force envisioned hy
the United States would not be
like the U.S. force withdrawn
by Secretary-General 0 Thant
from the region in May, 1961.
Mr. Bush said the proposed
new force would not be suscep-
tible to "unilateral withdrawal
without America's having some-
thing to say about it through its
veto in the Security Council."
After a meeting with Secre-
tary of State William P. Rogers
Mr. Eban had told newsmen, "If
there are differences of opinion
on Israel's security, respect
should be given to Israel's re-
sponsibilities and Israel's views.
What is at stake is Israel's se-
curity and Israel's survival," he
said. At another point he re-
marked that some elements of
national security were so vital
that Israel will, if necessary, de-
fend them alone.
Feigin Receives
Palmaeh Badge
JERUSALEM (WNS>Depu-
ty Premier Yigal Allon has pre-
sented the Badge of the Palmaeh
the famous Jewish fighting
force of World War II and the
1956 War of Independence to
Maj. Grische Feigin, the former
Red Army hero who returned
his medals in protest against
Soviet anti-Semitism.
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Authorities Puzzled Over
Report Many Receive Visas
JERUSALEM (JTA)Israeli
authorities were puzzled over
recent reports that large num-
bers of Soviet Jews are receiv-
ing exit visas. Officials dealing
with Soviet immigration here
were unable to confirm a report
from Moscow made by Agence
France Presse that the Soviet
government intends to issue
300,000 exit visas to Jews over
the next few years.
Israeli radio commentators
speculated that the report may
have been a Soviet propaganda
maneuver to quiet public opin-
ion in the Westa temporary-
measure to avoid embarrassing
incidents during the World Com-
munist Party Congress conven-
ing in Moscow late this month.
Authoritative Soviet sources,
meanwhile, called the report
"irresponsible and absurd," and
warned that such rumors could
inhibit Jewish emigration rather
than aiding it. Persistence of
such reports, they indicated,
might force the government to
clamp down in order to prevent
other Soviet minorities from de-
manding emigration rights.
According to reports received
last weekend from Moscow, vir-
tually every applicant in Kiev,
capital of the Ukraine, had re-
ceived permission to leave in re-
cent days. It was also rumored
that large numbers of Jews in
Latvia and Lithuania were given
exit papers.
Some Israeli officials were be-
ginning to express concern over
the impact a sudden large in-
flux of Soviet Jews would have
upon Israel. "Should the report
prove true," said Immigration
Minister Nathan Peled, "the ad-
mission of such a large number
of immigrants would face the
nation with a very difficult
challenge."
Air Show Introducing
Israel's Newest Missile
PARIS (JTA) Israel's new
surface-to-surface sea missile.
the "Gabriel," the only known
Western counterpart of the So-
viet "Styx" missile, will be in-
troduced at the Air Show open-
ing at Le Bourget Airport late
in May. the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency has learned.
The top secret missile itself
will not be displayed, but hoto-
graphs and printed matter will
be featured at the Israeli pavil-
ion.
The "Gabriel." developed and
built by Israel Aircraft Indus-
tries, Ltd., is believed to be about
nine feet long and to have high-
er speed and greater accuracy
than the Styx. The latter, which
the Soviets supplied to the Egyp-
tian Navy, sank the Israeli de-
stroyer Elath off Sinai in the
f;Ul of 1967.
Israel will also display two
locally-produced commercial air-
craft the twin engine jet Com-
mander, an executive plane, and
the all-weather transport. Arabs,
a short-take-off and landing
plane designed for passenger and
cargo service.
The JTA learned that the
Araba. built by Israel Aircraft
Industries will be produced in
France under a license arrange-
ment with Sud Aviation. The
French version will have the
trade name. Sherpa.
Sharm el Sheikh
Compromise Seen
As A Possibility
JERUSALEM (JTA)Israel
may be willing to settle for
something less than permanent
sovereignty over the Sharm el-
Sheikh strongpoint in southern
Sinai -as long as it is assured
of firm control over the position
and over a land bridge linking
it to Israeli territory, informed
sources said.
Observers said the stand im-
plies that Israel may be willing
now to consider an American
proposal that a long-term lea; i
be negotiated for the base,
which dominates the Straits of
Tiran, through which most of
the nation's oil imports must
pass.
The United States, with ail
its technological superiority, it
was recalled, insisted on retain-
ing its leased naval base at
Guantanamo. Cuba, proving that
it is possible to have the use of
a territory without acquiring it.
For the first time it was offi-
cially disclosed that most oil im-
ports pass through the Straits
of Tiran enroute to Eilat, th i
southern terminus of Israel's oi!
pipeline to the Mediterranean
coast. Israel is also determined
to keep control of the new 150-
mile road from Eilate to Sharm
el-Sheikh, which runs along the
western shore of the Gulf of
Aqaba.
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News Briefs
Party Leader Accuses Kremlin
VIENNA (JTA) A leading Austrian Communist recently published an
article here in which he lashed out at the Kremlin for "Its violation of basic
liberties" including its circulation of "anti-Semitic material" in the Soviet
Union. Writing in the dissident Communist journal, "Tagebuch" Eric Aarons,
one of the lead.ng members of the tiny 5.000 member Austrian Oonununist party,
termed Soviet propaganda anti-Semitic, "whether in the form of erode anti-
religious propaganda or crude anti-Zionism." The Soviets responded to Aaron s
article with a highly critical one in Novoe Vremya a weeidy tnternattonal af-
fairs periodical, accusing him, his brother Laurie and other Austrian leaders of
making "unfriendly and even hostile statements" about the Kremlin.
Chaplain Issne Stirs Storm
LOS ANGELES (JTA) Rabbi Harry Hyman, chapla.ncy director of *e
new plan. in a letter dated March i* ^ r to
California's Department of Mental Hvgiene.^- *. h tate>g 14
eliminate the three Jewish chapla.naes for the ^n*cnJ*eprotestant
mental hospitals, while retaining.the^ more thal*M* ^ ^^
chaplains. The rabbi said that ^~2te is'being contacted and we hope.
State Assembly and the Od.forn a State M> ..
and have already some indications, that mere wii. w
Documentation May Be Curtailed
WALTHAM, Mass. (JTA) A shortage of funds threatens to curtail the docu-
mentation of records and papers from American Jewish organizations and their
leaders currently toeing collected by the 79-year-old Jewish Historical Society,
located on the campus of Brandeis University. Rabbi Abram Vossen Goodman,
the Society's president, warned, "If this historical data, which we have gathered
from Jewish groups since the early lTCO's cannot be retained, then we might
wipe out the tremendous impact of American Jewish participation and values on
American society." Rabbi Goodman, who noted that this program requires
$100,000 annually to maintain, pointed out that the records of Jewish organiza-
tions and their leaders illustrate the manner in which Jews were involved in the
history of the United States. Such historical information can provide the scientific
data needed to confront such questions as assimilation and anti-Semitism and to
assist in the development of Jewish education, aid historians, scholars and stu-
dents, he said.
Pardon Suggestion Protested
ROME (JTA) Rome's Jewish community have sent telegrams to President
Giuseppe Saragat and Premier Emilio Colombo protesting suggestions that a con-
victed Nazi war criminal now serving a life sentence in Italy should be pardoned
Similar telegrams were sent to the chairman of the Italian Senate. They referred
to suggestions by some West German officials that Italy pardon Herbert Kappler.
a former SS officer who was convicted in connection with the Ardeatine Caves
massacre of 1944 in which 330 persons were murdered by the Nazis.


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Friday. March 26, 1971
Leaders Recipients Of
Awards At Bond Events
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bernstein
will be honored at the Both Ra-
phael-Forte Towers Israel Dinner
of State, Sunday^ evening, April 4,
; t the Fontainebleau Hotel, Dr
-David Raab, honorary dinner chair-
man, announced.
Mr. and Mrs. Bernstein will be
the recipients of the State of Is-
rael Shalom Award in tribute to
their leadership on behalf of many
community, philanthropic and Is-
raeli C illsc^.
Residents of Forte Towers since
il was built five years ago. they
are active leaders of Temple Beth
Raphael. Mr. Brnstoin is a leader
the Maccabec Lodge of B'nai
B'rith and of the Forte Towers
Men's Club. Mrs. Bernstein, a life
member of Hadassah, is active in
CRT. B'nai B'rith, the Women's
League for Israel and the Forte
Towei-s Ladies Social Club. Both
c life members of the Hebrew-
Home for the Aged.
Heading the dinner committee
v ill) Dr. Raab are George N. Kot-
i'i. dinner chairman; Mr. and Mrs.
Victor Ament, chairmen of the
Host Committee; Cantor Saul
Ereeh. Max Marin, Harry Rosen-
thai and Benjamin Tupler, co-
chairmen.
' Mr. Kolin noted that in keeping
With the tradition established at
all prior Beth Raphael-Forte Tow-
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this will be a gala event with an
outstanding Israeli speaker, a well-
known entertainer, and music for
dinner and dancing by the Lenny
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Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Goldstein,
\ ho celebrated their Golden Wed-
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the recipients of the State of Is-
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Moshe Gilboa To Address
Histadrut Third Seder
The Hon. Moshe Gilboa. dean of
the Atlanta Consular Corps, and
Cqnsul General of the State of
HON. MOSHt GILBOA
Israel, will be guest of honor at
the gala celebration of the Israel
Histadrut Council of South Florida
at its annual Third Seder Sunday
evening, April 11, at the Hotel
Fontainebleau, Rabbi Leon Kron-
ish, honorary chairman, has
announced.
Mr. Gilboa. who has been in
Miami Beach several times in his
position as Consul General, has
been a member of the Histadrut
all his adult life. He has just re-
turned from Israel, and will pre-
sent an intimate report and eval-
uation of Israel's international po-
sition at the Seder.
A unique musical program, fea-
turing the internationally known
artist. Rachel Gusman, will be
presented. For the first time in
Miami Beach history, celebrants
will view a "Seder in a Kibbutz,"
an event which many travelers to
Israel have witnessed a festival
of freedom the beauty and spirit
of which are unmatched in Hebrew
culture.
The program will be directed
and staged by Ari Kaduri, who will
also take part in the musical pro-
gram. Israeli dancers and singers
will be an integral part of the pres-
entation. Moe Levin, program
chairman announced.
Edward Tumaroff, executive di-
rector of the Histadrut Council of
South Florida, is the producer, and
author of the special Haggadah
prepared for the event. Serving on
the Haggadah committee are Abe
Rappaport, Sandra and Sol Caller,
Shoshannah Spector, and Manuel
Burstein.
The Haggadah will feature an
Honor Roll of all those who have
taken part in the activities of the
Histadrut this year. Jacob Rifkin,
chairman of the Business and Pro-
fessional Council, announced.
Tickets for the Third Seder will
be available to those individuals
who have taken an active part in
the affairs of the Histadrut. and to
members of organizations which
have supported its project, the
South Florida Medical Center in
Beersheba. Israel.
Dr. Lehrman To Be
Breakfast Speaker
Residents of the new Roney
Plaza will hold their first annual
breakfast meeting Sunday, March
28, on behalf of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewte;r~Te'n,eYat Ion's 1971
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund campaign.
Irving Rubin is serving as hon-
orary chairman, Joseph Bernstein
and Bill Feitclberg as cochairmen.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spiritual
leader of Temple F.manu-El and
CJA-IEF campaign chairman, will
be the guest speaker at the 10 a.m.
affair to be held in the Roney
Plaza coffee shop. The breakfast
is being donated with the compli-
ments of Mr. Rubin of the Pub
Restaurant.
Members of the Roney Plaza
CJA-IEF Committee include Louis
Apell. Julius Belsky, Herman Ber-
nard, Abe Checkman, Louis Cole-
man, Carl Cotler, Charles Cramer,
Sonia Cusack, Jacob Eisner, Les-
ter Golburt, Paul Goralsky, Harry
Greenbaum, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis
Greenberg, Herman Heisler, Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Herman, Leo
Hochwald, Sam Klein, Benjamin
Kutcher, Dr. David J. Lafia, Doro-
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and Mrs. Samuel Rudenberg, Sam
Schneider, Louis Wittlin and Mor-
ris Zlotolow.
Larry King To Emcee
Luncheon Celebration
Larry King, television and radio
personality, will be master of
ceremonies at the City of Miami
Beach's 56th anniversary celebra-
tion Friday April 2 at the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel. The "Spirit of
'56" luncheon is sponsored by the
Miami Beach Betterment Associa-
tion.
Tickets for the non-profit func-
tion, a community-wide program
featuring leaders in the enter-
tainment, sports, business, civic
and government fields, are on sale
at the Fontainebleau Hotel, Emb-
ers Restaurant, Sea Isle Hotel
and other business locations.
Mail orders may be sent to the
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Rd., Miami Beach, Fla. 33139. Ben
Novack, owner of the Fontaine-
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board of the association, is lunch-
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Gerald Schwartz, executive di-
rector of the association, said
celebrities attending will range
from former Olympic swimming
star Eleanor Holm, now a Miami
Beach resident, to presidents of
the major airlines serving the
area.
Following the lunciieon, the
Betterment Association will launch
an intensive membership cam-
paign. The organization's purpose
is "to secure a better Miami
Beach, through better business for
all segments of the community."
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The Miami Beach Tourist De-
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chairmanship of Walter Kaplan,
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the luncheon. TDA executive as-
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TDA efforts for the birthday
party.
New Dynamics In Law
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the Law School, University of
Miami, will be featured at the
monthly breakfast meeting of
Temple Beth Sholom Brotherhood
Sunday at 10:30 a.m. His subject
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Aaron Farr is program chairman
of the Brotherhood; Martin J.
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Councilman Rosen Speaker
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Friday. March 26. 1971
Number 13
29 ADAR 5731
An Administration Error
MATTER OF FACT
1 by JOSEPH ALSOP
The State Department's pressure on Israel to accept the
Rogers Plan looms more and more as an administration
error in timing, if nothing worse.
As reported by the New York Times, the "Big Four" are
still far from agreement on the issues of international guar-
antees and peace-keeping forces, and this goes to the very
heart of the unacceptable proposals for an Israeli with-
drawal from territories occupied in 1967. whether they are
with the minor adjustments suggested by Secretary of State
Rogers or "complete" as demanded by the Egyptians and
Russians. Even if Israel were so inclined, withdrawal with-
out such guarantees and before serious negotiations are
would be suicidal for the Jewish nation.
It is becoming more difficult to understand the public
stance of our Secretary of State in support of an Israeli
thdrawal in the face of the strong evidence that the po-
Litical and military agreements that would guarantee
Israel's security are still as vague as ever. Granted that he
played an important role in getting the cease-fire and peace
talks under way, Rogers' position today has shifted the
confrontation between Egypt and Israel to one between the
United States and Israel.
Probably the best answer to the problem was given
by Rogers in a recent James Reston column: "After all. we
VTi national interests to consider." he said.
ie can hardly fault the Israeli leaders for their feel-
is is about the best that can be expected from the
owers and that only Israeli interests must pre-
decisions.
Opportunity Being Missed
The National Religious Broadcasters recently cele-
50th anniversary of the first religious broadcast
eir closing program around the world in the
. jus international broadcast to be transmitted live
Although a Jewish technician was responsible for that
Toadcast and some excellent Jewish programming has
I part of radio and television, the use of the air waves
eligious purposes has not been as popular with Jews as
t the different Christian denominations. Some
< msions to which this has grown is the fact
grams are scheduled each year to spread
Christian gospel.
To many observers, broadcast religion today has be-
come more important than church-going. In the Greater
Miami crec. only one synagogue has made any effort to
meet the challenge of this new concept through live broad-
cast of its services. For the most part, Jewish radio-TV
programming is at best sporadic and at worst amateurish.
There's an opportunity to stimulate interest in Judaism
ssed by our community.
Prayer Has Unexpected Merit
The biggest boost to prayer in many years has been
given by the results emerging from the Israel Ischemic
art Disease Project. Members of the Orthodox commun-
ity who pray daily have a lower incidence of heart attacks
than do persons who rarely go to synagogue, it is
reported.
A prof;!? of the ideal way to live to reduce your chances
cf a heart attack has come out of the study launched in
1963. one of the largest of its kind in the world. An
Orthodo: iced education instructor who doesn't smoke
who has a loving wife and a boss who thinks highly
! appear to be the best risk of all, results
jte.
The investigating other factors in-
prayer routine but, until there is more
nice, there would seem to be a good deal of merit in
the peace of mind and heart that many get from prayer.
,, ,,, .........*
WASHINGTON It is hard
to exaggerate the sharpness ot
the knife-edge on which U.S. pol-
Icy In tiio Middle East is now
dangerously balanced. In the last
fortnight, to begin with, Presi-
dent Nixon has had to Inter-
vene personally to prevent the
State Department's Arabists
from all but declaring war on
Israel.
The Arabists were champing
at the bit to take two potential-
ly decisive steps.
First, they wanted the U.S.
government to issue a ringing
public denunciation of Israeli
intransigence. ___
Second, they wanted "to put
on the screws" their favorite
expedient by halting Ameri-
can aims deliveries to the
Israeli
TIIK ARABISTS argued that
this was the right way to bring
what they no doubt called (quot-
ing the late Neville Chamber.
lain "peace in our time" in the
Middle East. In fact, however, a
more lunatic course of action
would be difficult to discover.
The reasons it is so lunatic are
basically very simple.
For marly a year, until less
than two months ago, the So-
viet General Staff was actively^
me HE*. WltED
-OTA,
methodically and very complete-
ly preparing for a campaign in-
tended to have strong Soviet
combat-support, that was aimed
to crush Israel by brute fore.
In January, however, the first
signs began to appear that the
Soviets had reassessed the risks
of this campaign they had been
preparing for.
this sovikt reassessment
of risks in the Middle Bast is
the iini'pi'- source of the men
hopeful outlook in that part of
the world today. Beyond doubt,
moreover, the central factor in
the Soviet reassessment of risks
was d new assessment of what
the United States might do U
brute force were resorted to.
In these circumstances, then
the State Department Arab-.'
wished to line this country up
fully and finally, with the S
vlets and against Israel. Thai
would have subtracted the equ
tion. of course, precisely th.
Americ in factor that caused the
nsks to be reassessed In Hoi
Till". SOVIKTS would tiler,
have been able to count out the
United States, indeed, tellin
our government in effect: "1
you won't take direct action I
fic^ justice done, as you yot
serves hive defined justice, tl
we arc quite prepared to d
What was stopped by the P
ident. in sum. was nothin
nor less than a plan far -
straight back into the night-
marish status quo ante. Tha
not the end of the nonsense,
. ther, as Is indicated by tl
case of the Si ite Dep irtn
lists-represent itive in I
Donald Bergui
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Comment
Triere are times when words
have special meaning, when
their impact is heightened by
the circumstances.
As I write this. I have no way
of knowing how many read of
the news conference held by
Israel's Foreign Minister Abba
Khan following his meeting with
Secretary of state Wiliam P.
Rogers last week. But the Asso-
ciated Press dispatch in the
Miami Herald did not quote one
si Dtence which leaped into my
consciousness from the New
York Times' version of the same
conference.
IT WAS moii' than one of the
beautifully-turned phrases for
which Mr. Kban is famous. It
w as an expression of the essence
of the Jewish condition, as illus-
trated by the latest difficulties
Israel faces in a world when
morality and justice must al-
ways give way to the politic*: of
power.
"A nation must be capable of
tenacious solitude." he told the
reporters, anticipating the i>s-
sibility that the United States
would withdraw its support in
the event Isr< L did lw
f K > fcflful" '
ISl
t \m be
- in-
ng the J
: m" and the lik.
into
by EDWARD COHEN
at least on the (lay I read them.
Struck me as telling it like it is
- not only about Israel today,
but as it has been for the Jew
for these past 2,000 years or so.
The solitude of Auschwitz, the
Warsaw Ghetto-forgotten by a
world only too ready, it seems,
to test that tenacity.
The isolation of the Pale of
Settlement, of the ghettos Of
Italy and Austria, the aloneness
as refugees on the roads from
Spain and Portugal. Tenacity ...
the perseverance that has come
from practice.
A LETTER from my 18-year-
old daughter on a kibbutz in the
. which arrived the same
day undoubtedly heightened my
s.'iisit i\ ity.
"I am now driving thi tractor
in the Matal." she writes proud-
ly 11 think i and I recall that
she refused to take driver's edu-
cation in school because she was
Bfraid tO drive. Before she pulls
out in that rig around dawn. I
know that a special squad
i to sweep the beautiful
land tor mines which may have
Keen planted overnight by ter-
rorists. S done on "THE
TRACTOR" as thi w riti I, with
tew miles away in
but She -
"FRID IY was 1
m. to
Irinking,
tterfly on
my : iy purple leo-
tards and a Victorian shav
a skirt and hot pink stfl
Was really something."
And it Friday wasn't
Purim. according to the c.i
the kibbutzntks have lean
th. ir own tenacious solitude that
every day is a day for i!
to exorcise tin- evil spirits i
Haitians and Hitlers, pa
present, conscious or
scious, who never leave u
oik STATE Dspartnn
us own brand of tenaci
of it based on a I I '
hostility towards the Zl I '
aspiration. It has felt is I
recent years by the wi
Strong pro-Jewish Si tit I
s. ntfment ban the deaths of the Six .\
;t in which this sa
Department haa no small I
But as the guilt fccli:
as the ambitiions of so
salvage tainted reputiit;. ns bj
b coming known as "pi
ers" n I matter what th I
Isolating the .!. v.
lie the logical move. And hi
enpie precedent.
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Mobil Oil Issues New lESSS! E2
Instructions To Fleet
NEW YORK The Mobil Oil
Corporation has rescinded instruc-
tions to Its tanker fleet suppliers
which had the effect of capitulating
to the Arab economic boycott of
Israel.
In an exchange of correspon-
pence between Herman J.
Schmidt, executive vice president
of the Mobil Oil Corporation, and
Arnold Forster, chairman of the
Anti-Boycott Committee of the
Conference of Presidents of Major
American Jewish Organizations,
the company declared that sup-
pliers' "only considerations in sup-
plying products to our ships arc
that these products meet our tra-
ditionally high requirements of
quality, availability and reason-
ableness of cost." In other words,
its ships chandlers are authorized
to purchase Israeli or "Jewish"
products.
The Anti-Boycott Committee had
held a series of meetings with
Mobil representatives to T>rotosl j
a company directive to ships chan- j
dlers which prohibited "any prod-J
ucts of Israeli origin or seeming U> I
I have Israeli or Jewish connections." |
The Mobil directive under qucs-
j tion cited the Libyan government's |
intention to fine and blacklist ves-
sels carrying illegal" products
and named 15 so considered.
The products listed included
fruit juices and produce from Is-
rael and also such items as Swed-
ish matches and empty Brazil
beer bottles, both of which carry
six-pointed stars as trademarks
and Trinidad orange juice, which
uses a six-pointed leaf on its wrap-
per. The six-pointed Star of David
is the symbol iscd in Israel's
flag.
The new instructions, Mr. For-
ster said, have been sent to all
Mobil suppliers and the company
will also take ads in some 100
Jewish newspapers
"There Is no Mobil boycott.' "
explaining
National Red Cross Month
A highlight of National Red
Cross montii in Dado County this
year will be the annual volunteer
recognition program planned for j
Sunday from 3 to 5 p.m. at the
Coral Gables Women's Club audi-
torium. Volunteers who have giv-
en from 5 to 50 years of service to
the community through the Red
Cross will be honored.
Master of ceremonies for the af-
fair will be Wilson Griffith, tele-
vision personality of WCKT-TV.
and also a Red Cross volunteer.
The afternoon will include enter-
tainment and refreshments.
A.M.C.D. Plans Auction
The American Medical Center of
Denver will hold its annual auc-
tion Saturday at 8 p.m. in the
North Miami Beach Civic Center,
170th St. and NE 19th Ave.. North
Miami Beach. The public is In-
vited to help raise funds for th"
American Medical Center at Den-
ver, a national hospital for cancer
treatment and research Admis-
sion donation will l>e applied to-
wards any purchase made.
Kick-off Breakfast Yields
$250,000 For '71 Campaign
The recent campaign kick-off
breakfast meeting held by the res-
idents of the Harbour Houses and
Carlton Terrace produced more
than $250,000 for the 1971 CJA-
IK'F campaign of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation, according
to Kllison R. Kosoff, campaign co-
ordinator for the buildings.
Guest speaker for the event was
I Bay Harbor Islands Mayor Shep-
| ard Broad, a well-known Miami
j Beach banker. The success of the
! initial meeting, Mr. Kosoff noted.
| was due to the efforts of a num-
ber of dedicated committee mem-
bers. The committee, he said, will
continue its efforts on a floor-to-
floor, building-to-building basis,
until every resident has been con-
tacted.
The committee includes, in addi-
tion to Mr. Kosoff, Harbour House
chairman Irwin Adelman and co-
chairmen Michael Bloom and Joe
Yas.cn; Carlton Terrace chairman
Fred P. Greenberg and cochairmen
Sam Abramson, Benjamin Botwici-:
and Dr. Robert S. Levy, and Mr-.
Florence Bcnway, Mrs. Anne Nit -
man, Mrs. Lillian Ratner and Mr-.
Lillian Spector.
Psychiatrist Featured
Temple Beth El Brotherhood-
Sunday morning breakfast gem -
nar will feature Dr. Arthur T.
Stillman, psychiatrist, in a pro-
gram starting at 9:30 a.m. D.\
Stillman's subject will be "Jewish
Cultural Contributions to Modern
Living."
Dr. Sheinmon Speaker
Dr. Kannon Sheinman will dis-
cuss "Older People. What they
Should Know, and What Thev'
Should Do" before Thursday -
Spinoza Forum for Adult EduCI -
tion, which meets eaeh week th
year around in the Washington
Federal auditorium. 1234 Wash-
ington Aw., Miami Beach, accorc-
ing to the forum's founder and d -
n .tor. Dr. Abraham Wolfson.
IRWIN C. CHRISTIE
Christie Appointed
To Bar Committee
Miami City Commissioner Irwin
G. Christie has been appointed to
serve as a member of the Juris-
pru nee and Law Reform Com-
mittee of the Florida Bar. ace ird-
to .in announcement by Mar-
shall R. Cassedy, executive director.
Commissioner Christie's appoint-
ment is for an Indefinite term.
The Jurisprudence and Law Re-
form Committee, one of the most
Influential of the Florida Bar,
mi" t.s in Tallahassee with U.S.
Circuit Court Judge Gerald B.
Tjoflat of Jacksonville, as chair-
man.
An attorney since 195K, Mr.
Christie is authorized to practice
in federal courts. He was first
elected to the Miami City Com-
mission in 1965 and was reelected
in 19119.
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J emple Ner Tamid
.Announces Plans
Ti mple Ner Tamid will hold its
annual Passover Seders at
th Hotel Plaza, 5445 Collins Ave..
i Beach, according to an an-
emtnt made by Herman L.
Snaw, president of the congrega-

I he Seders will be conducted by
Rabbi Kugene Labovitz, spiritual
1. ad< r of the temple, Mr. Shaw,
said. He will be assisted by Cantor
I Kl-in and the temple's
professional choir. The Somerstein
Caterers will be in charge of the
c ,Unary details.
Temple Ner Tamid will once
utilize the hotel's spacious
ballroom, in order to accommodate
the large number of persons ex-
i to participate in this an-
nual event Information and reser-
i may be secured by calling
thi temple office.


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-Je1st flcrMian
Friday. March 26, 1971
J\S
Max Lerner
Sees It
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NEW YORK They are hanging garlands of marigolds
around the nock of Ii Gandhi. H ion victory has dis-
hearti nayed her enemies, stunned the
lest calculations ol her lieutenants
. ven trouh irties on whom she will no longer
depend.
In my first Inti view with Mrs. Gandhi, .it Delhi in I960,
when she s si II nly Nehru's daughter, I felt she was headed
for a high political ; hut I did not forsee it- dimensions.
When she cam I ning of the U.N. session last fall, she
asked a group of Am in writers to moot with her and talk
about our country and h rs. But alas, the Americans proved
isists, ai I m talk turned on the massive and wit-
- p ol ol th "' lt I States and little of it on the more
-- \ ,'nd more witless dilemmas of India. So we got very few
benefits of her Insights into her own task and didn't discover
whether she belie\ I the >wer of her office now become
more powerful can m ike much of a dent in its problems.
ft ft
SHE STRIKES MANX OBSERVERS notably Bernard
N( ssiter, in his brilliant, scathing book "Soft State" (Harper)
as distant and unsympathetic. I have found her at once innately
shy and hardened by her exposures, but also sensitive to her
country and people and to the winds of doctrine and circum-
stance that buffet every people today.
Her strength as a politician, as in her father's case, goes
along with a still untapped potential as a leader and states-
.- m. She has proved unbelievably adroit and touch in her
political maneuvers, forcing a split in the Congress Party in
order to rebuild it. putting its old-line leaders to rout, staking
everything on the mood and timing of an early election and
winning her gamble. Her victory was not a victory for her
party or her vague "socialist" goal, but an intensely personal
victory, which tells little about what she can do in a substantive
way.
The election was not fought on issues but on symbols. The
Indian poor, in the villages and cities, have become more con-
scious of their poverty, and when they voted for Indira Gandhi
as a symbol they voted for their claims against the rich. Her
two crucial symbolic moves were to nationalize the banks and
cut off the purses of the princes, and when the supreme court
he'd against her she had it made. The rest was a matter of get-
ting to the people, to nail down their awareness.
BUT WHERE WILL HER brilliant victory' got India? Look
at a few facts about India yesterday and today. Yesterday there
was the constant onslaught of famine. Today there is a "green
revolution." with the New Mexican wheat seeds, which have
doubled the acre \ield, but they are still in limited and not wide-
spread use. When I lived in India a decade ago there were less
than 450 million people. Today there are 550 million an in-
crease of over 100 million in a decade. In the next decade it will
be 725 million.
The food supply could grow at 4r'r a year, but it is now
only at 2%, while the population is growing at 2'iCJ-. It is a
disheartening race. There are 200 million people living on S35 a
year income, or less than a dime a day. In India's 24 years of
independentce a Nehru has been prime minister for the whole
time, except for three years, and I find few signs that Mrs.
Gandhi has any deeper knowledge of what to do with India than
ber father had before her. He liked to concentrate on foreign
policy, with a country that had only a slender power base, and
internally he focused on developing heavy industry. Mrs. Gandhi
has wisely shifted her emphasis to food production and is quieter
on foreign policy. But she has not acted with any energy or
command on population control, nor on the constant Naxalite
political killings in Calcutta and throughout West Bengal that
are threatening to split the society.
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THE CORE OF THE PROBLEM is familiar enough. There
are millions of young people coming out of the schools, looking
for jobs that don't exist 17 million of the "educated unem-
ployed" right now. They could be turned into a managerial and
technical elite, which could break the inertia and corruption of
the bureaucracy, and could turn India from being a "soft state"
(Gunnar Myrdal's phrase for one with neither command nor
obedience, neither decision nor carry-through) into an effective
state. But I doubt whether anything Mrs. Gandhi has in her
planning dossiers is calculated to do that.
The issue is not "socialism" against "capitalism." Even in a
semi^socialist frame (as Israel has shown) one can release the
energies of new enterprises in a mixed economy, and employ the
young coming on the job market, and force the educational sys-
tem to serve their needs, and change the moral climate in which
the educated jobless don't want to soil their hands and perhaps
even get at the sources of the political murderousness in Bengal.
It can be done. But can Mrs. Gandhi break away from her
own intellectual past enough to take a more Important gamble
than the electoral gamble she has just won?
Beth David To Honor Rabbi On
20th Anniversary Of Ordination
ordination of its spiritual leader.
Beth David Congregation will in Berlin and studied at loading
mark the 20th anniversary of the conservat ries there md*.Lon-
don, will be making his first ap-
pearance In the Miami area when
. aks at the Friday evening
joi to thi annivi rsarj
hal v ol
Jewish Music In our Time."
Rabbi Landau, descendant of ->
famous family i i xtending
back in an unb
years, was ordained by the Jewish
Theological S< minary of America
i:: 1951 and came to Miami from
Cleveland Heights, Ohio, in 1965.
The current president of the
Greater Miami Rabbinical Associ-
ation, lie is a vice president of the
Southeast Region of the Rabbini.
eal Assembly and Dade County \
Mi ntal Health Association, n |
chairman of the Youth Advis
ird. He ii also a rm mber ol l -
Heard of Governors of the Na-
b \ r Jewish Sti
nd thi of Over
Dropsie L'nivi rsity.
Among Rabbi Landau's a<
, ishmenti arc three book i, i I
the author of "Christian Je\
Relati us." "Li ngth of Our Days,'*
"Bridging Two Worlds."
has attained high communal
ognition and has been appoini I
to a number of special commit*
tees on a city and county levi I,
SIEGfRltD LANDAU
Rabbi Sol Landau, with an inter-
esting, informative and entertain-
ing program under the chairman-
ship of Mendel! -M. Selig. Many
outstanding personalities are ex-
pected to attend the event, which
is scheduled to begin at 3 p.m.
Sunday in the main sanctuary.
One of the participants in the
celebration ill be Rabbi Landau's
brother, composer, conductor and
lecturer Siegfried Landau, now in
his 18th year as musical director
and conductor of the Brooklyn
Philharmonic Orchestra and Chor-
al Society, director of the Chatta-
nooga, Tenn., Opera Association
and conductor of the Westchester
Symphony Orchestra for the past
10 years.
Maestro landau, who was born
YOUNG AMERICAN BORN
EXPERIENCED CANTOR
seeking to conduct
PASSOVER SED0RIM.
Excellent references .
Call 940 3469 After 8 p.m.
Residents of 100 Lincoln Road pledged nearly twice as much
as last year to the 1971 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund campaign at a meeting where Richard
Essen (left) was the guest speaker. Seated with Mr. Essen is
Joseph H. Cohen, chairman; Mrs. Essen and Sam Pascoe,
coordinator; Mrs. Cohen is standing.
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Bloodmobile Next Project
Of Harbour House Dwellers
Residents of Harbour Houso. hour House high rices.
ith and North apartments In
iial Harbour arc acting lo meet a
Ben Saxe of New York, national
live director ol the Ameri-
can Red Mogen Dovid for Israel,
will prexenl Mr. Soroko with the
coveted Helping Hand award of
tin1 organization during the cere-
monies at Harbour House, 10275
Collins Ave,
Mr. Saxe also lauded the efforts
of Joseph Albert, Murray Shaw,
Leonard Levinson and other mem-
bers of the Harbour House com-
mittee for working with Mr.
Soroko in securing the three am-
bulances.
The 1971 General Motors vehi-
Yiddifch Theater May Open Here
A Yiddish repertory theati r in
Now York City will o|>rn this fall
if a nationwide campaign to raise
S1C0.00O succeeds, according to
frequent Miami visitor Theodore
Blkel.
Mr. Bikel. national vice presi-
dent of the American Jewish Con-
gn is, said the nonprofit theater
will be operated by the Friends of
the Ma Kaminska Theatre Form
dation, Inc.
The group was organized bj the
American Jewish Congress and is
housed at Stephen Wise Congress
House in New York. Julius Schatz,
director of the Commission on
Jewish Affairs for the Amei can
Jewish Congress, is secretary of
the foundation.
Heart Attack' Is
Forum's Subject
REP. EMAHUEL CEUER
serious shortage thn-ateninp Is-
rael's blood service. Rep. Kmanuel
Cellar announced this week. The
vt teran New York congressman
is national chairman of the Ameri-
can Red Mogon Dovid for Israel,
which supports Israel's official
Red Cross service.
Rep. Celler said the Harbour
House tenants, led by Moeen
Dovid chairman Mark D. Soroko,
have undertaken an effort to sup-
ply Israel with a fully-equipped
bloodmobile. The ultramodern
vehicle, which will be built to
specifications of the Magcn David
Adorn in Israel, will cost $22,000.
Announcement of the new pro-
y ct came as final plans wore
made for the dedication Sunday
at 11 a.m. of a third ambulance
contributed to the people of Israel
by the residents of the twin Har-
order. will be shipped to Israel
Immediately after the Sunday pro-
gram. It is the 19th ambulance
given to the Jewish state through
the organization in the period
since the Six-Day War of June,
19C7.
Samuel Reinhard, first vice
president of the Greater Miami
Hebrew Academy and state chair-
man of the Mogen Dovid organiza-
tion, said the group's activities In
the South Florida area already
are increasing under the presi-
dency of Rabbi Sol Landau.
Rabbi Landau, president of the
Rabbinical Association of Greater
Miami and spiritual leader of
Beth David Congregation, recently
was elected first president of the
Dade County chapter of the
American Red Mogen Dovid for
Israel.
Mr. Saxe will confer with com-
munity leaders here to discuss the
initiation of new chapters in South
Florida. Offices of the organiza-
tion are at the Hebrew Academy,
2400 Pine Tree Dr.
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"Heart Attack! A Family Cri-
sis." will lx- the topic ol the sec-
ond annual Coral Gables Forum
presi nted by the Heart Association
of Greater Miami Friday evening.
The 7:30 p.m. program will be
held in the Coral Gables High
School Auditorium.
Arthur L. Kaufman, M.D., Heart
Association vice president who
also serves is the chairman of its
Speakers' Bure-iu. will emcee the
program. Dr. Kaufman is a prac-
ticing cardiologist, assistant pro-
fessor of clinical medicine at the
University of Miami School of
Medicine, the chief of cardiology
at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital.
"Hundreds of people will die from
heart attack in Dade County this
year," says Dr. Kaufman, "and
many of them will die needlessly.
If they and their families had the
information which will be pre-
sented at this forum, dozens of
lives could be saved."
Participants in the program will
also include Dr. Macey H. Kcycs
and Dr. David L. Taylor, both clin-
ical instructors of medicine at the
U-M School of Medicine, and Dr.
Thomas O. Gentsch. a leading car-
diovascular surgeon in this area.
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Then on to New York with two glorious days at sea
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There is no Mobil "boycott
There never was.
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The purpose-of this messaged to
deny recent reportsfalse reportsal-j
leging that Mobil-is involved in a world,"*
swide boycott ofdewish products.
These reports deeply trouble Mobil
employees, dealers, shareholders,'
business associates, customers, and
suppliers. We-are taking this opportu-'(
inity to make it clear that such allega-,
Ltions are erroneous.
Here are the facts:._
Last year, a London-based marine
'subsidiary ofour company that handles
the provisioning of part of our foreign-
flag fleet sent a letter to ships' sup-
pliers. Several of our vessels had been
fined for carrying, as ships' stores,'
products that could not be imported
under the tews of one of the countries'
where these ships call. So the sup->
pliers were asked to help our ships'
operate within the law. .
However, the letter, which was writ-
ten by an employee who was far below
the policy-making level, inadvertently
violated Mobil's completely open pur-
chasing policy. The intent of the letter
was widely misinterpreted, leading the
press to mistakenly report that Mobil
,wag engaged in a worldwide boycott of
Oewish productsfThis, understandably,-)
gave rise to a number of protests.
As soon as our management in New'
[York learned of the letter, we took steps
to rectify the situation. As a result, we
^withdrew all prior instructions to sup-,
pliers. We informed them that our pur-!
'chasing policy provides, as it always
did, that quality, availability, and price
are the only criteria tor the provision-
ing ot any of our ships.
We notified 24 major American-Jew-'
ish organizations of our action through
a letter from a member of our manage-
ment to a representative of the Presi-
dents Conference of those organiza-
tions.
We have tried in other ways to cor-
rect the misstatement of our position.
We have held meetings with represen-
tatives of leading Jewish organizations.'
We have called on newspaper editors.
We are writing and speaking to every-
one who has expressed his concern
to us.
We at Mobil sincerely regret the mis-i
understanding caused by the letter,
from London.
We repeat: There is no Mobil boy-j
cott. There never was.
Mobil Oil Corporation!


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iwist Itcrtdltori
Friday. March 28, 1971
letters to the editor
Young Israel Holds Passover Workshop
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridlun:
Poople are asking the question:
"Is Israel a racist nation?"
I suggest to those who think
that Israel is a racist nation, that
they go to Israel, to see and hear
the truth for themselves, or else
refrain from condemning the Israel
nation and the Jewish people.
It was in Israel during the 1967
Six-Day War. The Arabs living on
Israeli soil ran away to the Arab
countries.
When the war was over, the
same Arabs asked Israel to allow
them to come back, and permission
was granted.
In June 1970. 1 again went to
Israel for 30 days, this time with
authorized newspaper credentials.
to nimmi the Israeli problems, in
the Middle East situation, and to
Irving Cypens Host
HI Scopus Benefit
Judge and Mrs. Irving Cypen
Will o|x-n their home at 320 W.
DiLido Dr.. Miami Beach Sunday
from 5 to 7 p.m. for a cocktail
party t.> raise funds for a new
pediatric ward on Mount Scopus.
Jerusalem.
Mrs. Charlotte Jacobson, past
national president of the 318.000-
memlK'r Hadassah organization
and national chairman of the Ha-
dassah Medical Organization Com-
mittee, will fly in from New York
City especially for the occasion.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. spiritual
leader of Temple Emanu-El, will
extend greetings.
Attendance will be by invitation
from the Miami Reach Chapter ol
Hadassah. according lu Mrs. Sher-
man, Fast, president.
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report to the newspaper I ropre-,
sented.
I saw that Israel employed
about 1.000 Arabs daily, coming
from many parts of Arab countries;
they are well paid and are treated
with respect.
There are thousands of Arabs
that are Israeli citizens although
many thousands are not. Some
Arabs are members of Israel's
Parliament.
Why did the Arabs want to come
back after the Six-Day War? The
answer is simple, the Israeli gov-
ernment provides the Arabs with
such things as water, electricity
and bathrooms, and respects their.
as human beings.
Israel also takes Arab patients
from all Arab countries into its
hospitals, to cure and save their
lives, free of charge if need be.
The Jews were never a racist
people, the fact and truth is that
the Jews fought against discrimina-
tion, be it Jew. non-Jew for cen-
turies.
This should set the record
straight once and for all for the
anti-Semites, and teach all the
trouble makers in the world, that
the Jews are fair and square with
all people, and are always praying
foi peace toward all men.
HERMAN ftOBDOW
Miami Beach
The Young Israel of Greater Mi-
ami will hold a Passover Work-
shop at 9 p.m. Monday in the syna-
gogue's social hall at 990 NK 171st
St., North Miami Beach.
The workshop will follow a reg-
u4f e-business meetiuK of the syna-
gogue beginning at 7:15 p.m. which
will include a report by Herbert
Hochfelsen. chairman of the syna-
gogue s nomination* committee, on
the slate of officers for the p|pc.
tions next month.
Rabbi Naftali Porush, spiritual
leader of the congregation, will
lead the workshop, which will *m
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+Jenisinuridlian
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sponder to Appeal! Beth Sholoiti Choir Presents Program
Kosher Meat Case
Terry S|K>nder, owner of the <.') a-
lada Hotel in Miami Beach, has
been found guilty of violating lh
ity's kosher food ordinance by
Municipal Judge Nehin Sweet, and
ined SI50.
The charge having non-kosher
meat in an institution advert icinc
t-s food as kosher will be appealed.
according to Mr. Sponder and his
attorney, Max Kojjen. Mr. Kogcn
also said he is preparing a new
suit challenging the constitutional-
ity of the ordinance.
Frank Brickman. the city's
kosher meat inspector brought the
charges against Mr. Sponder.
Members of Beth Sholom's Re-
ligious School Choir, under the di-
rcction of Cantor David Conviser,
presented a special Tu B 'Sheval
program on C'h. 7 early this month.
Rabbi Leon Kronish was assisted
in the narration by Andy Drueker,
president of this year's Confirma-
tion Class. The soloists were Evan
Marks. Jamie Marks. Sara Nem-
ser, David Tumaroff, Marcelle Wor-
ton, Marty Zaiac, Jo Anne Zaiac.
Joey Smith. Betty Sonne and Dar-
cy SiegaL
hold j
Temple Carnival Sunday
Temple Adath Yeshurun.
NK Miami Gardens Dr.. will
its annual carnival Sunday, start-
ing at Id a.m.. rain or shine. There
will be rides, games, food and
new merchandise for sale fun
for all.
Mrs. David Drueker assisted the
Cantor in preparing the children
lor the performance. The choir.
I whose spirited singing drew praise
[ from many quarters, includes Fred
10251 Brownstein, Keith Hartley. Joel
Yasman. Sara Nemser, JoAnne
Zaiac. Howard Cohen, Marty Zaiac.
Joey Smith. Leonard Cohen. Ar-
thur Mally. Bruce Braxton. Jamie
Marks, Debra Worton, Amy Fre-
ddie. Gail Glaser, David Towbin.
Betty Sonne.Mai v. Won tl. Lisa
Leiner. Karen Ser, Lucj S
Roby Lefton and Brenda Glaser.
Also Denise Weinstein, Tammi
Weinstein, Robin Dome, Susie
Kushner, Terry Chaplin. Grace
Berman, Darcy Siegal, Leslie Mil-
ler, Rosanne K inlzler, Tina Kilel-
stein, Sylvia Hacker, Cary Miller,
Shelly Levlnson, Marce Morjain,
Kevin Winter, Judy Litvak, Maria
Popkin, Cathy Popkin, David Tu-
maroff, Steven Teplis and David
Schwartz.
Concert Artists Featured
The David Piiiski Club "Oneg
Shabbos" scheduled for 8 p.m. Fri-
day, at the [da Fisher Junior High
School caf. ti ri i. 1420 Drexel Ave.,
Miami Beach, will feature L.oLas i
vin's lectur.....i "The Uprising in
the Warsaw Ghetto" and the in-
ternationally known concert art-
ists, soprano Sara Fershko and
pianist Hayim Fei -
Herbert "Pinky'' Schiffman, president of the Hotel Employees
Union Local 255, presents a 5100,000 check for the purchase
of Israel Bonds to Michael Litvak, director of the Israel Bond
Organization, initiating a labor-management campaign for
the sale ct S5.000.000 in Israel Bonds in Greater Miami. In
making the purchase. Mr. Schiffman noted that "labor has
always been a staunch supporter of the State of Israel as
an outpost of democracy in the Middle East."
Essay Art Prizes To Be Awarded At Beth David April S
Lubavitch Youth Present
2nd Chassidic Festival
Ell Lipsker, internationally
I : i in the field of Chassidic
nu,- will brine; his famous choir
ol l i e nii-n ind eight boys to
M Beach \uditorium. Satur-
^hy1 '''''' p.m. for the second
V Chassidic Festival of Music,
^>.,r; ind Dance presented by the
W Cub k'ltch Youth Organization of
i; 'Miami Shmuel Fershko is
>e' is p and director,
i*i.. tli ih! ince of Rabbi J.
k'-'ki
I r ', ill leature Lip-
Prizes in the annual Essay-Art
Contest sponsored by the Bureau
of Jewish Kducation and the Zion-
ist organizations of Greater Mi-
ami and Hollywood will be award-
ed on April 5, according to Leon-
ard Gilbert, president of the Bur-
eau of Jewish Education. The;
awards will be presented at an I
awards meeting to be held at 7:30
p.m. in Spector Hall, Beth David I
Congregation, 2625 SVV 3rd Ave.
Five prizes will be awarded in
each of the two divisions of the j
contest by the Essay-Art Contest
Committee, which includes Isaac'
Donen. Joseph Perry, Morris Si-,
men, and Gilbert Rappaport of the
Zionist Districts; Mrs. Joseph Dun-
iov and Mclvyn B. Frumkes, of the
Bureau of Jewish Education, and
Myer Silverman, of the Educa-
tional Directors Council.
The essay subjects were "Jeru-
salem. Old and New" for students
in grades 3 through >. and 'What
My Jewish Education has done for
Me" for students in grades 7 and
up. The art entries included origi-
nal posters, drawings, sculpture
and art objects related to the es-
say subjects of both age groups.
Essays and art objects were sub-
mitted by ovei 100 udi in
some 20 schools.
Judges of tl' i ontest ini u le
Mrs. Reyn i Youngi i m in and
Charles Jacobs m local tist-:
Dr. Sigmund Foglei Hi rbi rt /.\i
Berger and I" Louis Schwartz-
man, profession ils ol the Bui e tu
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The Ess j -A : < "ontest is co-
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director of the Lubavitch move
ment, Upsker's reading of Chas-
sidic nigunim has added R new I
dimension to traditional Jewish
music,
A native of Russia, Ell and his
family migrated to Israel in 1948:
came to thus country in 1957, and
enrolled in the Lubavitchor Y-
shiva in Brooklyn, N.Y. and stud-
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tation, arrangement and compo-
sition. He is presently musical di-
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nent New York schools, and pcr-
forms with his own choir all ovei
the world.
i
Along With UlC concert on Sat-1
urday, the Lubavitch movement
here is offering a 3-day youth,
weekend at the Coronet and Wof-
ford Beach Hotels involving active
participation in Chassidic living as
a Jew, true to the Torah. Discus-
sions, to which Chassidim ffollow-
ers of the principles of Chassidic
living i can contribute, will be
led by Rabbis S. B. Weiss. Sholom
Lipskar and Y. M. Kaga of De-
troit. Mich.
In addition, B dinner will be
held Sunday night, at the Sea
Gull Hotel honoring partners of
the Lubavitcher movement here.
Serving as chairmen for the din-
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ard Zilbert.
Tickets for the Chassidic Fes-
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Auditorium box office and at tic-,
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Friday. March 26. 197 [
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Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Israel's President
Comes To America
mum, visit OF President Shazar of Israel to Miami
to open this year's campaign of Israel Bonds re-
minds us of a true story told by an Israeli who was
employed in the Israeli embassy in
Washington at the time of the es-
tablishment of the Jewish State.
One night, after working hours,
the telephone in the Embassy rang.
The Israeli answered.
Hello," the voice at the other
lend said, "I regret to say that I
cannot accept the Presidency of
Israel."
The Israeli thought it was some kind of a joke.
"Who is this?" he asked.
"Albert Einstein," was the answer.
Einstein, who had been offered the first Pres-
idency, is one of the very few people who ever de-
clined a Presidency. (The American presidency is
different from the Israeli. In America, the President
has to throw out the first ball at the beginning of
the baseball season. In Israel, the President doesn't
throw out any ball. He makes Kiddush. Nothing is
thrown out in Israel)
Einstein has been called the world's greatest
genius. After David Ben-Gurion had gone to Prince-
ton to see him about the Presidency, the thing he
talked about most was Einstein's pencil. He was
amazed that a scientist could work without labora-
tories and with nothing but a five-cent pencil as a
tool, plumb the mysteries of the atom, space and
infinity.
As President of Israel. Einstein would have
cast reflected glory on the Jewish state, but per-
haps it was best lor Israel to shine forth on its own.
cm i WMH
.
Between You and Me: By BORIS SMOLAR
A Sad Story
Israel Newsletter
By CARL AlPERT
Books-And Those Who Make Them
I AST YEAR OVF.R 3.00Q book titles were pub-
*" lished in Israel, compared to some 30.CC0 in the
United States. This means that in proportion to
population Israel published seven
times more books, but circulation
of each title is another matter.
Anything which sells over 10.000
copies is considered a best-seller in
Israel. As a matter of fact about
250 were printed in less than 500
copies.
One of the factors which may
contribute to the relatively small
sale of books is revealed in a recent survey of read-
ing habits which asked the question: Where did you
obtain the last book you read? Topping the list of
replies was borrowed." 36%; "bought it." 35';:
library cam.' next with 10';, followed by 9* who
received the book as a gift.
Of concern to the hard-pressed Israel pub-
lisher is the competition from foreign reading mat-
ter. There is no customs duty on imported books,
and last year about $4,000,000 was spent on such
imports. Foreign periodicals also have a following
here. By far the best seller is Time magazine with
a weekly circulation of about 20.000. and an occa-
sional special Israel edition, with full page ads di-
rected at the Israel reader.
Paperbacks enjoy the largest sale, of course. A
soft-covered book printed in Israel costs no more
than a pack of American cigarettes, and transla-
tion of overseas classics enjoy a good sale. The Am
Oved publishing house, which has a standing sub-
scription list of 18.000 for every title which it issues,
issues a "Popular Library'' series which has been
most successful. Its Hebrew ed'ijon of Hemingway's
The Old Man and the Sea." for example, sold 65.000
copies. "Zorba the Greek" sold 50,000.
Relations between the publishers and the
writers are far from peaceful. Some authors inti-
mate that publishing is a kind of racket which ex-
ploits those who create books. The publishers reply
that the demands of the authors are now so outrage-
on- that they are pricing themselves out of the
market. A representative of a prominent American
agency h.us declared that were it not for the exces-
sive demands of Israeli authors many more of their
works would appear in translation abroad.
There arc occasional unconventional marketing
methods. Poets may be seen along Dizengoff Road
in Tel Aviv offering their published verses for sale
to passersby. If this is the sort of thing that must
be done to promote sales the Hebrew Writers' Asso-
ciation rises up in indignation. The question is,
should the Association function as an intellectual
forum to stimulate the creative ability of its mem-
bers, or should it be a trade union most concerned
with compensation and other financial matters? Its
members can't agree on this.
One advocate of "writers' rights" believes that
authors should be subsidized by the state. If soccer
players, most of whom hold other jobs, are given
time off with pay to permit them to practice, why
should not writers be enabled to devote themselves
to creative work without having to worry about
making a living?
The obvious question, of course, is how to de-
termine who is a writer. And if authors are to be
supported at public expense why not newspaper
columnists?
DAUUMl HltUSALM By iKohu Softer
Statements Frequently Differ
A PROUD AND prospering Buenos Aires Jewish com-
munity is now experiencing a collapse of morale. It
started with financial scandals that brought about the
closing of Jewish cooperatives which
were the strongholds of small Jewish
business people. Overnight, thousands of
depositors in these banks lost their life
savings and found themselves penniless
and in a desperate situation. Business
firms dependent on credits from the
collapsed banks went bankrupt: real es-
tate builders suddenly found themselves
unable to complete their building plans
and lost their investments.
The number of Jewish families who became unem-
ployed as a result of this calamity runs in the thousands.
A good many of them constitute a problem for the com-
munity as victims who suddenly became dependent on
communal assistance. The organized community the
Kehillah also found itself in a crisis. It was inevitable
that its income should dramatically shrink as a result of
the financial disaster.. The Kehillah, which derives its
main income from selling cemetery lots, is in no position
now to collect outstanding promisory notes in its port-
folio, since the signatories are either bankrupt or gen-
erally unable to meet financial obligations.
One of the major victims of the Jewish tragedy in
Argentina was the Jewish school system which is con-
sidered one of the best in the entire Jewish world. Sev-
eral hundred teachers were dismissed
THERE IS STU.L A big difference between what Egyp-
tian President Sadat says in statements to the Western
press, and what he is willing to say for domestic con-
sumption. This was clearly underscored
by the omission or "softening" of refer-
ences to peace with Israel and to Israel
navigation in the Suez Canal when his
Newsweek interview was published in
Cairo's Al Ahram.
The gap between the two versions in-
dicates that the Egyptian President is
much less ready to accept the idea of
normalization of relations with Israel
than many in the West and even some politicians and
papers in Israel hoped for. Still unless he retracts
much of what he said in public in recent weeks Sadat
has. indeed, made a first step away from complete rejec-
tion of Israel's permanency in the Middle East.
This presents Israel with a very difficult problem.
She must f.either discourage nor reject this move. Yet.
she must make.it clear that what has been said by Sadat
so far, is still very far from what can be the basis of a
genuine peace between the two countries.
On the tactical level, Israel now will have to ward
off attempts to present Sadat's statements as being the
Egyptian half of the compromise which now requires
Israel to make her half. Observers here suspect that no*
only Cairo and Moscow but also some officials in tin-
State Department in Washington may be interested in
presenting such a picture.
Insisting that the Egyptians provide their full shar>
of the compromise is, however, much more than a tactiea1
significance. It may wtll be a fundamental pre-condition
for the establishment of any genuine peace. Arab refusal
to sign a normal lull peace treaty with Israel, is an ex-
pression of their basic refusal to accept the existence >f
Israel in their midst. It is possible that some leaders are
now beginning to test the idea of a change in this respect.
The danger is that by making too many concessions o:
what th.' West may consider mere "formalities." the
Arabs will again be led to believe that they can get back
their territories by a quasi-settlement, without making
genuine peace.
Nations with much less deep-seated conflicts mak?
peace and make war again. Thus, for an Israel-Arab peace
settlement to last any reasonable period of time, the cor-
flict itself must first of all, be normalized. Thus, whik
neither Japan nor Russia, for example, question each
other's right of existence and, therefore, can have many
years of peace without a full-fledged peace treaty, for the
Arabs only the full-fledged formalities of a peace treaty-
may induce the break with the idea that Israel can -
later if not sooner be expunged from their midst.
i 4
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SO0K mm By Stymour B. Ikbm
No Time For History
REGARDLESS OF HOW trite certain cliches are
it is incontrovertible that they are still true. One
such cliche is, "Truth is stranger than fiction."
Arie L. Eliav's No Time For
History. (Sabra Books, $5.95' is a
collection of vignettes of his ex-
periences with the immigrants to
Jsrael at the beginning of state-
hood. These immigrants were the
homeless and dispossessed from
Europe, those fleeing persecution
from Moslem lands and those who
came from exotic lands to seek
the fulfillment of the certuries-old prayers for a
return to Zion. There were Jews from the Maghreb,
the Atlas Mountains where the Berbers live, and
Jews from Cochin, India 70 languages were
spoken.
Arie Eliav began working for Levi Eshkol in
1949 when Eshkol took over the administration of
the Jewish Agency's Settlement Department. The
waves of immigration were inundating the country.
It was the day of the "ma 'abarot," the quonset hut
and "tzena." Shortages of food, clothing, housing,
schools, hospitals and medicine developed immedi-
ately. Above all was the necessity of integrating the
newcomers and transforming them into useful, self-
supporting and productive citizens.
The author's personal account of his experi-
ences with the hetrogeneous melange of humanity
are told with simplicity and with the accent on the
light side, but beneath an almost flippant style the
reader feels that Eliav the administrator was mo-
tivated by dedication, empathy and love for his
fellow-men which helped these newcomers to be-
come integrated as citizens of Israel.
This book will be an important source for soci-
ological and psychological studies.
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larch 26. 1971
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Nat'l Executive Committee
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Seymour B. Liebman. a|
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, ., i,,., been elected to
lonal Hv-:ti\e Cdfrimit-
ie American Professors f"i
the Middle East.
[_' PPME was found-d in
i number at outstanding
In American academic life,
Hans A. Bathe, Nobel
,,f Cornell; Felix Block
aureate of StanforB; Rob-
ross, president of Swarth-
ollege: John J. Flagku.
v of Minnesota: Rev. Ed-
Flannery, Harry D. Gide
Id w Hacker, Cornell; Rev.
M Hesburs, Notre Dame:
I r n. Donald MacNamara
h d I". Pipes of Harvan
trie) Trilling of Columbia,
h cent innual conferenc
llsrael Celebration
is Zionist District has
led its annual Israel Annl-
celebration for Monday
jr. April 5, .it the Eden Roe
frhe gala evenl will feature
entertainment, according
r Siegel, who is serving a
Ini chairman. Isaac Donen is
pni of the group.
of the APPME, David Lar lea ol
Harvard was elected chairman of
he National Council, Seymour
man of C. U. X. V chairman
>t the National ExeWtive with Mi-
hael Curtis as cochairman.
In addition to Mr. Liebman,
>ther persons known to the I tc tl
community who hold posts of
nence in the APPME are Dr.
Omnnuel Stadlan. a former stu-
lent of the Hebrew Academy now
it the University of Minnesota
Abuse father is one of the area's
inted Hebraists, and Dr. Samuel
'asoff, chairman of Administra-
tion and Curriculum at the Uni-
versity of Miami's School of Edu-
ction.
Many prominent members of
he University of Miami faculty
including Drs. Sidnej Besvenick
less Spirer, Karl Wiener. Richard
">. Abraham. Robert Kirsner. Arn-
old Perlmutt. r, Walter Zand and
Mrs. Malvina W. I.icbman. are
members ->f the local APPME
-hapter.
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alt
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1 his own closeness to the
Itlan government. One nor-
, nsible high official re-
commented that Bergus
m d to have "more in-
e" i Egypt than the So-
If that is the impress! >n
la conyeyin : w
to ask him whether con-
t has been halted on
w So\ el val baa at
I ah.
y. ,i a ad led th il
idom the Israelis.
ui m ire understandable,
b kin : it
iir. i [e '. i ie probl 'in is
[,. : f | The first
; iority, at the moment,
|r>\ I ile frontiers."
loans, in effect, perma-
hanging onto a strip ol
kal Desert uid the Sharm
Ik position.
in reality, no frontier
iel can ever lx> truly defen-
| vith the Soviets active in
addle East and with Sc-
oops in a combat role in
With the Soviets in the
truth. Israel's frontiers,
itj vei they may be, can only
tcnsible if the United
stands ready to prevent a
resort to brute force.
this is the real lesson of
the ling, lone months when the
_m& were obviously consider-
ing a resort to brute force. With
their courage and their skill, the
eJi: s have remarkably
Htg right arms. But even the
|th of their right arms
llv depends on the con-
Bou- availability of advanced
erir ui wea[K>nry.
NCR Israel's highest pri-
^y ought to be to get an iron-
r\merican guarantee, such
Israel has never had before,
ineludine affirmative congres-
action. Israel ought to ac-
something not far from
stern frontier envisioned
eretary of State William
' plan if October, 1969,
ovida.ig that this high-
lit y of an ironclad-U.S.
tee has first-been fulfilled.
kind of peace "should not
attainable, either. But it
ily be attained, on present
;ts, by negotiations on the
Richard M. Nixon and
' Meir.
4(1 Year* ABo This Week: 1981
Vladimir Golschmann, a violin-
ist-conductor born In Paris to
Russian-Jewish parents, was named
to iead the St. Louis Symphony.
Lord Passfield, author of the
1830 Bfitisfi White Paper llmiUngl
Jewish immigration to Palestine.;
ned under Jew ish protest
Hebrew University archeologist
E. L. Sukenik found the reputed
Galilee tomb of Judah Ha-Nasl
(135-200), compiler of the Mishna,
Theres i Rosenbaum, "mother ()f
orphans" in Poland for 40 years,
died in Warsaw at the age of 61
JTA reported: "Paul Muni, a
newcomer to the (Theatre) Guild's
acting company, will have the
leading role in (its' new produc-
tion 'lie.'
Dr. Chaim Weizmann said many
Palestinian Arabs wanted to co-
operate with Israel but were being
subjected to "political terror."
Hitler declared that "Jewish
Bolshevism" had been eliminated
n Germany.
Dr. Wilhelm Prick, Nazi Minis-
ter of Culture and Interior in
Thuringia, was ousted by parlia-
ment in a no-confidence vote.
)0 Vean Ago This Weeks 196)
Austrian .Chancellor-elect Alfons
Gorbach, seven years a prisoner of
the Nazis, said there were a 'neg-
ligible number of incorrigible
Nazis" left in his country, but "if
there are some biting dogs among
them they must be curbed.
Israel's Knesset voted 56-44 to
dissolve itself and hold August
elections for a new government to
replace that of resigned Premier
David Ben-Gurion.
The Senate approved the nomi-
nation of Ralph Paiewonsky. de-
scendant of Russian immigrants.
is Governor of the Virgin Islands
- the third Jew to hold the post.
George Lincoln Rockwell was
fined $10 for registering in a Bos-
ton hotel under a false name
"Nathan Ginsburg."
The Knesset approved 8 1961-62
fiscal budget ol SI.05 billion.
The cornerstone was laid at
Eilat for Israel's first water de-
salination plant.
Dr. Nahum Goldmann, president
of the World Zionist organization.
won Hadassah's Henrietta Szold
Centennial Award.
Agudat Israel of America told
Congress that to deny Orthodox
tax payers defrayment of "the
large expense of maintaining the
Jewish parochial school system is
a discrimination which is not in
accordance with basic American
ideals." The American Jewish Com-
mittee argued that public aid to
private schools "might well mark
the beginning of the end of our
public school system."
To refute charges that "only a
handful of Germans participated in
wartime murders of Jews, the West
German War Crimes Office re-
leased figures claiming 80.000 took
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Miami. Florida Friday March 26, 1971
Section 3
ISRAEL AND U.S. AT THE CROSSROADS:
Territorial Security.
Or Faith In Treaty?
Demonstrators Arrested
Near Russian Embassy
WASHINGTON' District of
Columbia police arrested some
875 Jews who staged a massive
sit-in in the street near the So-
viet Embassy Sunday. Rabbi
Meir Kahane, national chairman
ol the Jewish Defense League,
was among the first to be ar-
rested. Most were charged with
violating District of Columbia
traffic regulations after they Ig-
nored police warnings to clear
the area.
The demonstration began with
a rally on the KUipse. a park
behind the White House, before
Rabbi Kahane led the noisy but
disciplined crowd of about 2.000
persons past the White House,
through Lafayette Square and
down 16th Street to where a
do/en policemen blocked the in-
tersection at K Street, just over
a block from the Embassy. Dem-
onstrations within 500 feet of a
foreign legation are prohibited
by Federal law.
The demonstration climaxed a
week-long campaign of harass-
ment carried out by the Jewish
Defense League against Soviet
diplomats. Rabbi Kahane told
the crowd that Jews ware final-
ly being given permits to leave
Russia because of the efforts
now being made by American
Jews in their behalf.
A State Department spokes-
man said there was "no wav to
CBS Renews Controversial
TV Program For 1971-1972
equate the peaceful public >!:.-
onstration for Soviet Jewry" in
Washington with the "official
violation of the U.S. Embassy in
Moscow" which took place last
week. Charles Bray said that
the United States takes a very
grave view of the violation of
Embassy property by Soviet po-
lice trying to remove a Soviet
citizen.
Replying to newsmen's ques-
tions, Mr. Bray said the Soviets
hadn't protested Sunday's dem-
onstration, and that he thought
the police had handled the mat-
ter very well. Only 124 of those
arrested were taken to police
headquarters, it was reported,
and all were released after pay-
ing a $10 bond. Police processed
689 on the spot and released
them immediately; processing
included identity checks and
photographs.
NEW YORK IJTA) "All in
the Family," the comedy series
about an American bigot, which
has been under fire by the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith. was renewed for the
1971-72 season by CBS-TV last
week because the network found
that it was being received fav-
orably by most station critics
and viewers.
John Cowden. CBS-TV vice
president for information serv-
ices, tokt the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency that 183 of the chain's
193 station affiliates were carry-
ing the seri-?s an overwhelm-
ing total that represents one of
the highest levels of acceptance
among CBS-TV shows. In addi-
tion, he noted, a majority of crit-
ics and viewers indicated ap-
proval of the program.
"All in the Family." which
premiered in January, centers
on Archie Bunker, (played by
Carroll O' Connor) a blue-col-
lar worker who spews racial and
religious prejudices, complete
with ethnic epithets, and gets
his comeuppance at the end of
each episode. In one episode.
Archie excoriated a Jewish wom-
an for allegedly ramming his
car ("They're all the same, them
people!"*, then sought a Jewish
lawyer to represent him because
"they're smarter and shrewder."
Norman Lear, co-producer and
story consultant for "All in the
Family," said recently on the
"David Frost Show," that the
program seeks first to enter-
tain and second to cause view-
era to reconsider their own prej-
udices. The show's supporters
have included the critics of the
New York Times and TV' Guide,
and it is a personal favorite of
CBS-TV president Robert D.
Wood.
Geoige Friedman. Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency staff reporter
who recently reviewed this pro-
gram, wrote: "Some impression-
able youngsters may learn the
wrong lessons from the program
but this observers viewpoint
is that the series (at least so
far i is an always funny, often
brilliant one that both makes
its anti-bias points and enter-
tains: the ideal combination."
Newman Final Speaker
Ed Newman. TV network com-
mentator will discuss "What Ails
America A Prognosis for the Fu-
ture" as the concluding speaker of
Temple Emanu-El's "Town Hall"
Series on Wednesday. Tickets are
still available through the temple
office; all students will receive a
special discount.
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Israeli Coin Sale
1*71 Mini UH $4.2 5
1*70 Mini 5ii $4.2 5
)** Mini Stt. $4 2 5

The Comer Bank of Miami Beach,
the largest distributor of Israeli
Government coins in the United
States and the sole distributor in
Dade County, now has the Official
Israeli Mint Set 1971 available
for sole.
These specially struck, highly pol-
ished coins come in a plostic case
for protection and display, or in
a wallet style folder.
This year, for the first lime, the
coins will bear a mintmark, the
six-pointed Star of David. Included
with each mint set will be descrip-
tions and photos of the ancient
Jewish coins which inspired the
design of Israel's modern money.
The price of the Official Israeli
Mint Sets is $4.25 each and $3.75
for the wallet folders (price in-
cludes tax and handling charge;
limit two sets per buyer). The
Corner Bank is also making avail-
able the 1969 and 1970 mint sets
(which, of course, have increased
in value since their issue) for
the same $4.25 price (Additional
charge for mailing25 per set.)
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JTA Start Report r
Is- i. li i fficials have
i thai difl n
approach were the main causes
of th' i.- pel iodic dispute s w iih
Washington over Middle I
policy. They held thai these dif-
ferences, though serious, did not
really matter in the long run be-
cause Israel and the United
Stati's are both committed to
the basic goal of a peaceful Mid-
dle East free from foreign dom-
ination, with a strong, secure,
sovereign Israeli state in its
midst.
But Washington's attitude on
the territorial nature of B Mid-
east peace settlement reflects
more than a different approach
to the problem. It touches the
fundamental question of what
constitutes security.
Israel is convinced that not
only peace, but its very survival
depends on its permanent reten-
tion of certain territories and
geographical strongpoints it se-
cured during the Six-Day War.
It has little faith in any formal
treaty with its Arab neighbors
that is not backed up by an Is-

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Secretary ol State William P.
i; w rs and other Amerli
fieiata, on the other hand,
growing Impatient with Israi
failure Id grasp the lact that
as they see It, at leastgeogra-
phy is obsolete in an age of
rockets, niissii.-s. jeis ami so-
phisticated electronic weaponry.
But a comparison of the pr -
June 5, 1967 map with the pres-
ent one seems to make a Strong
case for Israel's reliance on ge-
ography: Jordanian forces, I--;
than 10 miles from Israel's Me l-
iterranean coast, were within
range of Tel Aviv and Lydda
Airport. Syrian guns dominated
the Huleh Valley from the Golan
Heights, Egypt held the Gaza
Strip, with only a flat coastal
plain between it and Tel Aviv,
and Fast Jerusalem was a hos-
tile semi-circle surrounding Is-
rael's capital.
A settlement based on such a
map. even with the "insubstan-
tial" changes suggested by U.S.
officials, would not last long,
Israel says. The Arabs would
scon be tempted to try again.
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Friday. March 26, 1971
Yeshiva University s
Heritage Dinner Set
Miami Beach industrialist Leon-
.. il Pawn will JtlW as chairman
ol the Florida Friends of Yeshiva
University's "Heritage Dinner"
Thursday, April 1. at tiio Deau-
vUle HoteL
The event will honor Chester
Devenow, president of the Sheller-
Globe Corporation, for his endeav-
ors in behalf of educational, cul-
tun l and humanitarian causes.
Mi. Rosen, a past president of
Temple Menorah, is chairman of
the board of the Greater Miami
Hebrew Academy. He has served
a chairman of both the Israel
Bonds and Israel Emergency Fund'
i impaigns in Greater Miami.
The Florida Friends of Yeshiva
University is an organization of
unini, parents, businessmen, ed-
ucotors and professional men who
support the goals and participate
in the programs of the university.
whirb celebrates its 85th anniver-
- rj this year.
Yeshiva's main teaching center
If in Manhattan: various branches
Happy Anniversary Show
, a "Happy Anniversary in Retro-
- ect" show honoring service vol-
ci -. past and present officers.
v in be the highlight of the 10 a.m.
Wednesday meeting and luncheon
- msorcd by the South Dade Di-!
-iiii. National Council of Jewish
Women. The affair will be held at
I ie David Williams Hotel: admis-
- on Is bj prepaid reservation only.
are also located in the Bronx and
Manhattan. Undergraduate and
| graduate degrees in liberal arts,
i social sciences, the natural sciences
and the professions are offered by
the first university to be estab-
lished under Jewish auspices in
the United States.
, Impressions of Brussels
Mrs. Mayer Abramowitz who
represented the United Synagogue
of America as a delegate to the
I World Conference on Soviet Jewry,
will speak on "My Impressions of
' Brussels" at Temple Menorah's
Torah Fund luncheon Wednesday
noon in the temple's Crims in
Room.
Student Delegates Debate In Model Assembly
. .,,ki;,< 111Ms. I'lit''i i iv ^ i ,
An Israeli delegation winch in-
cluded members of the University
of Miami Hillel Foundation and
graduate students from Israel rep
resented the State of Israel at the
fourth annual invitational Model
United Nations General Assembly
hosted by the University of Miami.
In addition t.> the United States
and Israel. 63 other countries were
represented at the session held in
the Student Union and Science
buildings of the University of
Miami.
A resolution censuring the So-
viet Union's treatment of .bus
Introduced by Israel's delegation
as adopted but the representa-
tives of the Jewish state e.eluev i
onlv partial success in beating ofl
anti-Israel resolutions introd i
by students representing Arab and
Communist bloc nations.
Israel delegation is repre-
-ented by Karl Berman. Bruce
Fincman, Mike Klitenick, Dannj
Zinamon ind Gabriel Braun, ch < r
man ol the Miami branch of the
Israel Student Organization.
Hillel director Rabbi Stanley
Ringler counseled the Israeli stu-
dent delegation. The group scored
a public :e'atio'is coup by sending
|,i\ and bagels to the Syrian and
Rusaiun delegates, 'lheu- girt i--
ceived a warm respsrtn}.
Urban League Picnic
The Urban League of Greatet
Miami h is chosen : "Picnic in the
Park" as a feature of its 1971 an-
mi al meeting to be held from 3 to
; p.m. Saturday at Manor Park
1300 ni-" 50th St. The aftemooi
will Include refreshments, music
,,-, |oc I bands and athletic games
(.hug lvri Discussion
Chug lvri, the Hebrew speaking
group of North Shore. Miami
Beach, will discuss Chaim-Nach-
iiian Bialik's role in Modern He-
brew and Yiddish literature at a
meeting scheduled for '2 p.m.
Wednesday at Temple Men i
Dr. So'omon Siege] will lead the
discussion.
luncheon and Fashion Show
Proceeds from the annual lunch-j
eon and fashion show sponsored
bj Delta Phi Epsiion Alumnae As-
sociation are earmarked for the
National Cystic Fibrosis Founda-
tion. Mrs. Melvin Alzenshtat is
chairman of the affair to be held
on Saturday at the Sheraton Fourl
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Rabbinical Court Seeks Ruling
From State's Attorney General
BOSTON A spokes-
man tor the Rabbinical Court of
the Associated Synagogues of]
Massachusetts disclosed this week
thai the court is seeking a ruling I
from thf State Attorney General
,,n whether a marriage performed j
by a rabbi in which one of the
partners is non-Jewish is valid in
civil law. Such marriages are auto-!
matically invalid in Jewish Re-!
liglous Law , a position;
reaffirmed recently by the Rah-;
binical Court.
Tin sp ikesman told the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency that the Rab-
binical Court had Issued the state-
ment because there had been a
sudden increase in such marri-
es In Massachusetts. The re-,
illation followed consideration
by the Rabbinical Court of three
disputed ceremonies: a marriage
Df ,i Jew and a non-Jew with a
rabbi officiating; a similar mar-'
rl ige with a non-Jewish clergy-
man participating, and a divorce
under similar conditions.
Rabbi Samuel Korff. heal of
the Rabbinical Court, told the JTA
th it all six partners in the disputed
rites were under 25 years of age
and that two of the couples lived
in Massachusetts and one in Maine.
Rabbi Korff said the Maine COUpl '
had submitted its case to the
Massachusetts Rabbinical Court
because it is th-' only one of its
kind in the United States. The
Rabbinical Court had ruled that
the two marriages and the divorce
nad "no validity whatsoever" un-
der Jewish religious law. he said.
The spokesman, In explaining
the request to Attorney General
Robert Quinn. said that under
M issachusetts law. religious or-
ganizations are authorized to de-
termine the qualifications of their
religious officials to perform du-
ties related to their religious re- j
quirements and thus they author-1
ize ministers, priests and rabbis to j
Miami Beach Chapter Of
Hadassah Groups Meeting
The Miami Beach Chapter of |
Hadassah Group activities for the
Coming week were announced by
Lillian Baron, publicity chairman.
A Ba/aar in the American Sav-
ings Bank Bldg.. 1200 Lincoln Rd..
Sunday from 3-9 p.m. sponsored ,
by the Morton Towers Group. Mrs. |
Toby Schachter is president.
Hen] Group will hold its regu-
lar luncheon meeting Monday noon
and its Bye-Bank party Tuesday
noon. Both events in the Ameri-
cana Hotel, will include entertain-
ment. Rose Sigmund is president
Hatikva Group will hold its
Youth Aliyah luncheon-card party
i:i the Algiers Hotel Tuesday noon.
Sadie Harman is president.
Sky Lake Chapter Is
Electing 1971-72 Slate
Sky Lake Chapter #1338. B'nai
B'rith Women, will meet at Tem-
ple Adath Yeshurun 1025 Miami
Gardens Dr.. Tuesday at 12:30 p.m.
A report on the Donor affair, will
be given, and all chairmen and of-
ficers will submit their annual re-
ports. The election of officers for
1971-72 will also be held. All mem-
bers are urged to attend.
The installation luncheon is
planned for 12:30 p.m., Tuesday.
April 6, at the Algiers Hotel with
Mrs. Samuel Neiberg as chairman
of the day.
perform marriages and grant di-
vorces, except for the Catholic
Church, which bans divor
The specific requests to the At-
torney General, the spokesman
said, was for a ruling on whether
a marriage performed by a rabbi,
invalid under Jewish religious law.
is valid under civil law. If the At-
torney General rules that such a
marriage is Invalid under civil
law. it would apply to future mar-
riages and not be retroactive, the
spokesman said, since there had
never been a court test of that
issue in M issachusetts.
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"In a free democracy, in which
church and state are completely
separated," the Rabbinical Court
statement said, '"it is conceivable
for two young people of different
faiths to unite in marriage in ac-
cordance with the laws of the
Comm tnwealth of Massachusetts
in a civil ceremony, hut to have
such a union solemnized by a rabbi
in order to give it religious status.
and religious identity constitutes
a sham and a fraud which that
Hebrew clergymen would be per-
petrating on the parties concerned."
The Rabbinical Court called on
rabbinic organizations in the area
to take disciplinary action to ex-
pel from membership rabbis in-
volved in the performance of such
marriages "to indicate to the Jew-
ish community and the public at
large the solidarity of the rabbi-
nate Orthodox. Conservative
and Reform in exercising its re-
sponsibility of safeguarding the
entity of the Jewish people and
preserving the survival of the peo-
plehood of Israel."
The Rabbinical Court spokesm ITJ
was asked whether the call for
expulsion was aimed only at the
Reform rabbinate, since only Re-
form rabbis perform the disputed
' weddings. He declined to comment.
i declaring that the call for expul-
sion action was aimed at offend-
ing rabbis.
The Homemaker Service, a pro-1
gram under the Visiting Nurse As-
sociation of Dade County, i a
United Fund agency' 1s now con-
ducting n training course for Home-
maker-.
Applicants will be given a two
week training course. Duties in-
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planning and preparing nutritious
meals, marketing, light housekeep-
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nurse.
The woman who has raised her
own family or hel|>ed her aged pai
ents ir relatives in time of 111
or stress often makes the best
homemaker. A friendly Ul
standing personality, good judg-
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important for this work than y< s
of formal schooling. There are r >
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30 years of age.
Interested persons should con-
tact Miss Priscilla Hayden, ASCW,
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Friday. March 26, 1971
Miami Beach B B
Council To Install
W n tin [
>. ten Chi '!i ap-
nately 2.000 members, will
.- M its Install officers for
I 171-72 at a luncheon il the C idll-
e Hotel, 3925 Collins Ave., :it
ruesdaj. April >.
Mrs. Lillian <.',,' pas) pres-
et North Shore Chapter.
B'rith Women, will be in-
stalled as president. Her husband,
Alfred (Jold.-n. who has served on
r.,> National level of B'nai B'rith
and v.iiD i- active in local com*
mun flairs, will administer the
flc
Other officers who will bo in-
stalled include Sonia August ol
Miami Beach Chapter, membership'
esident; Mrs. Sylvia Mi-
cha bton of Harmony Chapter.
treasurer; Mrs. Esther Ginsberg
of Harmony Chapter, recording
- crotary; Mrs. Lillian Cands of
Lincoln Chapter, corresponding I
iry; Mrs. Lillian Sands of
' Ch ipter, counselor.
A resident, Mi s W il-
vil] gfl\ her Final report for'
'-71.
Dr. Schwortzman Visits
Miramar/s Temple Israel
Oi cent Sunday, Dr. I.
i executive director
Miami Bure tu of
p id an official
' Israel of Miramar
Rel S '" >1, where he was
bj Salomon Benarroch,
: :i ol the school.
Rab .1 Winograd is
' lor ol Temple Israel
h ts a membership of
milies. This is the tern-1
9t y< ar in its new air- j
londitio _-
New Roney Plaza Chapter
First official meeting of the Ron
'. Chapter, newly formed
the Women's League for
lay, April
: the main social
, Plaza. The af-
n will fe 11 ure a
' 1 hi Life of Theodore
;. S ira Hell ind.
RESERVE NOW
New officers of the Women's Division of the Israel Histadrut
Council of South Florida are (left to right) Ella Feldman, pro-
gram chairman; Yetta Kogan. education chairman; Ann
Kauier, treasurer; Marcha Wolfstein. president; Susan
York, membership secretary^Bess Linde^ recording secre-
JWV Ladies Auxiliary Programs Planned
will seniee the telecarl at
ns H -: ml. On Thursday,
April 1. 1971-72 officers will be
Insl |] i the American 1.
Hall. National senio: vice president
Mrs. Billie Kern will serve as mis-
tress o; ceremonies, and Depart-
ment of Florid i Ladies Auxiliary
pres ml Justine Abramowitz will
conduct the installation ceremonies
at the evening event.
On Tuesday. North shore 6T1
On Tuesday members Joli Ratner. Sarah Young
Activities ol the Department of man
da Ladies Auxiliaries. Jewish
W ii \' i : ins of the I'nited States,
will include Installation of Auxili-
arj officers ind continued visits
by members to the Veterans
Hospital.
On Saturday. Norman Bruce
Brown i*i members Belle Sw
Sylvia Licbman and Essie Kolin-
sky will b the port tele-
phone to bedridden patients at
Veterans Hosoita
terry Mildred Sahl. membership chairman; Anna Quaker,
corresponding and social secretary. The Women's Council
committee, led by Mrs. Jack Wolfstein, Mrs. Morns Kogan
and Mrs. Philip Sahl wUl go to Israel on a special study
mission of the Histadrut June 16. _____________________
day, April 1. at United Hall. Rita Auxiliary president
Saslaw is Auxiliary president. Members of Harry ll. Cohen 783
.. mn nu.ti will visit patients at South Fl
I"* ill"'.-.* om.s i
Kast '"' rfFtriuh ,'u"e "ts ind cofiee. On Thui
p.m. at the Points East < lubHous. ^ ;] y ^^ chairma ,.
Department president Justine Q0non :m,i member* oi U*
Abramowitz will install R will service the telec
Weissmnr; for second term as Veterans Hospital.
evening, the Auxiliary will hold
i boaia meeting at the ornce ol
WitZ Mrs. Mae
Schrelber, president "ill preside
Weal Miami 8*8 will hold an
orientation meeting on Thursday.
at the home ol presidenl Mrs. Ruth
Burman
On Monday, .Murray Solomon
and Julia Lindsey will service the
portable telephone, and Lillian
Schoen will man the Patients' Li-
brary at the Veterans Hospital.
On Wednesday at 8 p.m.. joint j
installation of officers will be held
at the Washington Federal, 1133
Normandy Dr.
President-elect Mrs. Pepi Ha-
lts, will sen-ice the portable tele-lengel and slate will he installed by
Hialeah-Miumi Spring*. 6*1 at Tem-
, pie Tiferelh Jacoh in Hiale:.h De-
partment president Mrs. Justine
Abramowitz will induct the
officers
Abe Horrowiti 88J has slated a
board mi etlng for 8 p.m. on Thurs-
phone at Veterans Hospital.
Miami Beach SS has scheduled
its donoi dinner and show for Sat-
urda) at the Carillon Hotel. Chair-
man Evelyn Decky and Pearl Her-
- nosp'.tai
i\ lyn TVckv and Pear] Her-
Honor the PASS0VER-_ .
Traditionally! j^.m^[
Deliciously! Unisc^

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Cantor
1220 Ocean Drive
Miami Beach
Phone 531-6701
Resident Mashgiach
i

TEMPLE NER TAMID
13th ANNUAL PASSOVER SEDERS
AT THE HOTEL PLAZA, 5445 COLLINS AVE., MIAMI BEACH
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 9th and 10th
Conducted bx
RABBI EUGENE LABOVITZ,
CANTOR EDWARD KLEIN
ASSISTED BY THE TEMPLE PROFESSIONAL CHOIR
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DIETARY LAWS OBSERVED
For Reservations and Information
Call UN 6-8345, UN 6-9833
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Uf. HOTEL
announces a traditional
PASSOVER SEDER
|j conducted by cantor emanuel mandel
FRIDAY, APRIL 9th at 7 P.M.
JM5 t>er per, Reservations i eii i
9 "" including tax awl lip Mr. Newman 5*1"'
271

NASSAU HEBREW
CONGREGATION
will hold a
TRADITIONAL
PASSOVER
SEDER
APRIL 9th at
PARADISE ISLAND HOTEL
NASSAU, BAHAMAS
Price Per Person $15
"onducted by
CANTOR JOSEPH T0UMAN
.ervations Wl
Mr. Rubin Bott
P.O.B. 521
Nassau, Bahamas
peeRce
Metropolitan Opera star
conducting
-PASSOVER SEDERS
Choir conducted kj> Bornttt Brtoskin
FIRST SEDER
FRIDAY APRIL 9-7PM
$2250
tip and
tax incl.
SECOND SEDER
SATURDAY.APRILIO- 8 PM
$1750
tip and
tax incl.
Children under 8-$10 foi each S
DIETARY LAWS STRICTLY OBSERVED
Call 865-8511, Catering Depl.
ON THE OCEAN AT 67th STREET, MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
HOTEL
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TRADITIONAL,
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SERVICES pinl
conducted by
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and
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under the auspices of
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APRIL 9-10
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Friday, March 26. 1971
* Uwish Meridian
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I
Freedom Lodge To Install A New Slate
treasurer; Morris C. Berger, re
cording secretary; Daniel W >IU .
ecretary; Theodore
Nelson, chaplain; and Samuel .f.
Hirst, warden.
i i i! a Lodgi th< largest f
B'nai B'rith Lodges In S >uth
Florida, w is organized by M
Nudelman eight years ago, an
served as its president for two
j >ai s, : i om 1966 to 19 ;*. He is a
r Hi the Board of I
nors of I listi id Irand Lodg x ,
5 and a National Commission)
the B'nai B'rith Community
Freedom Lodge 2-121, B'nai
B'i ith, will install Its new slate of
i a dinm r-dance and
show in the I > iu" Ule Hotel Sun-
Api il 4. More than
j pected to l' pres-
ent foi the cer -monies ;is the
new l.\' take their oath
io for 1971-72 include Hec-
i ^udelman, president; Jo-
seph A!in i't, Herbert Cohen, Harry
Schwartz and Irving Wexler, vice
I An stein, finan- j
cial secretary; John Diiiinom
RAB3I EZEKIEL LANDAU SYNAGOGUE DEDICATION CEREMONY
Rabbi Landau Attends
Dedication Ceremony
Ash ken izic CJilef Rabbi Unter-
man and Srphardlc Chief Rabbi
Nissim of i--.i'i attended the cor-
nerstone c< i for the Rabbi
Ezi kiel Land iu Synagogue in Jeru-
salem on March 14. Rabbi Sol Lan-
dau, spiritual leader of Beth David
('(H! in Miami, recited
Kaddi sh foi ;- ^ f ither, for whom |
tin' gyrijue is being named, in
front of the ark. Rabbi Landau
was leading 12 members ol
congregation on a tour oi the Holy
Land.
The dramatic ceremonies wen-
held on a rare Marcli day amidst
a snow storm accompanied by
hail. wind, thunder and lightning.
In the evening, a special dinner
was hosted at the Jerusalem's Cen-
tral Hotel by the Talbie Syna-
gogue Council in honor of the
American delegation beaded by
Rabbi Landau, who is also the
president of the Greater M
Rabbinical Association.
i I il h R ibbi l andau and his -
er. Mrs Nathan Glover of Miami,
were | i esei I as their late fathe
ived the highest honor to
lowed on i pious Jew when his
name was linked with a synagogue
! in the n ilyClty.
Rabbi Ezekiel Landau was one
of the communal rabbis of Bi rlin
until I" 19. and from L940 to 1965
Hiiited with H'lAS in New
J City, His biography, titled
Two Worlds," written
b> Sol Landau, was published in

Residents of Camelot Hall doubled last year's commitment
at a recent breakfast meeting on behalf of the 1971 CJA-
1EF campaign where Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, spiritual
leader of Temple Menorah, delivered a report on the current
situation in Israel and the recent World Conference on So-
viet Jewry in Brussels. From left to light are Mrs. Lillian
Namm, William Lipman. Aaron Korenvaes and I. George
Kofman, chairman.
5 SUGAR. S
KATES MARCH 8 to APRIL 8
, DINING ROOM OPtN TO THI PUBLIC
for Reservations or Information Phone 531-0041 Today! .
"SPEND YOUPi SUMMER VACATION WITH US
R ESE wATirMS NOW BEING ACCEPTED
ZWWfCTiaj
PtlfR M(SSfNGf.K
IVter Messenger
Named By Hotel
Messenger has been named
t s Food and Beverage di-
the Sheraton Four Am-
I) Hotel. Andrew J. Pen-
ne!l i al manager of the Ho-
tel has iii'iounced.
senger, who was for-
slated with Playboy
: I Luchows, has served
a) on many first class
including the Queen
M \ Corona, an around-
i llise .ship. He will as-
all responsibility for
beverages served in
afe of the Ambassa-
Steak House, Zanzi-
bar Loting Gilded Surrey, and
other rooms wall as ban-
|UCt .i il affairs,
Mr, M senger, 41. was edu-
cated at yt. John's College. Lon-
don, Engl !
l/miATE IX
TRADITION AXK QUALITY
IS A SEDER MEAL PREPARED
BY CONTINENTAL
Make this Yom Tov an Enjoyable One
and Spend it with Your Family and
Friends in your own Home.
Let us do your Passover cooking for you.
SEVEN-COURSE TRADITIONAL SEDER DINNERS ONLY
$5.50 Per Person
Call for Free Mono and Price List of Large Variety
ALLCFOO0S PREPARED STRICTLY KOSHER FOR PASSOVER
FOR QUALITY KASHRUTH and PRICE
CAll CONTINENTAL-GREATER MIAMI'S
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Continental TBD Kosher Caterers
8393 Bird Road 226-4031 226-1744
Approved Caterers For All Leading
Dade and Broward County Synagogues
Re-discover
the fun of
night-time shopping
at Bal Harbour Shops
every Monday,
Thursday & Friday
evening
When Ihe sun goes down and the d
purple falls across our lovely landsca]
mall, Bal Harbour Shops hums with after-
dark excitement. Enjoy tin- cool, easy.
beautiful nighl sights ... and sounds,
along the magnificent shopping mall,
You'll find men's wear, jails, women's
fashions, furs and jewels galore in one
fine store after another. Yes. re-discover
the fun of night-time shopping. Make a
dale with your friends lo see il one nighl
this week ... you'll find it's fun in the day-
time, too!
BAL
HARBOUR
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.. one fine store offer anothet
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Friday. March 26, 1971
Kathv Ann Green Becomes Bride Of
bi ly venin \ c n.....ony on|
5 eh 21, united the I
mer K ithj Ann Grei i I Stan-
ley
i ch of New Y
bi I
( my held at T
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On th
the C the j
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5. A -
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I a f Southww
High
at :! sit;
son of
Mr, and Mrs S
tei 701 S R >yal ;-
: ite of Miami Senior
lie ia now attending
; Ui reltj of South Florida.
For th the w Mrs.
(elected a g wn of
- i attached train. The
I i long
I
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I S
ri Dov
is the brid
Ronald Greenstein, and
- ushers were Brian Bell.
: Good". Gordon Schoen and
D inny Blumin.
Stanley Greenstein Ellen Fritsehe Bride
Of Peter J. Ostrousky
MRS. STANLEY GRtiNSTtIN
! : n Mary Fritsehe became the
brid. ol P< ter J. Ostrowsky Sun-
day. March 21, in ceremonies
. Dumont, N.J..
it has
The brid irenta are
Mr. and Mi
I v te ol
,.- l"\ versify,
she was a
I ii r hu
I Mr. and Mis. Samuel
. a Towi rs, at-
Col
rsity of Miami
ivsky will
i their me alter a
ope.
MRS. PET[R J. OSTROWSKV
Tris R. Fischler Becomes the Bride Of Alan B. Brass
rim r Tris !.
a A! :: B:\\ i: ;' m-.. .
marriage \ iws n i T p.m. ceremony
conducted by Rabbi Irving Lehr-
r- ui or. Saturd ly M i
Algiers Hotel.
Gowned in ivory chantilly 11
organza and carrying an arrange-
ment of white roses md orchids.'
>" was attended by Su<
Matter, maid of honor, and Shelley
Fischler, matron of honor. Nancy
Kioth. Miriam Eonstein and M ir-
ha Segal served as bridesmaids
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
t -Mot. 7512 Jewel Ave., the now
Mrs Brass is a graduate of Ml im
Beach Senior High School and
now attends the University of
South Florida.
Son of Mrs. Leah J. Dore. 6101
SW 92nd Ct., the bridegroom is a
graduate of Coral Park Senior
High and the University of South
Florida. His fraternity is Tau Ep-
silon Phi.
Best man to the bridegroom
w is David Brass, and ushers in-
cluded Joel Peniek. Stuart Adel-
stein, Sandy Fischler and Larry
::of f.
Following a honeymoon in Ja-
maica, the newh/weds will live in
Tampa.
SOCIAL BRIEFS
bv Isabel Grove
Recent visitor for a 10-day
vacation was Michael Friedman.
Assistant Sports Editor of "The
Herald Statesman.-' (a member
of the Gannett Group' in Yonk-
crs. NY. Among friends Michael
was seen with around town was
Saud> Karlan. a senior at the
University if Miami, who is on
the staff of The Hurricane. On
Sunday, prior to taking flight
to New York, Michael and his
parents. Florence and Morris
Friedman, residents of Terrace
Towers, dined with the Jimmy
- hapnians and the Ben Zion
GtaSaMBtg*- The senior Fried-
nans will spend a few days with
their grandchildren in New York
ard then will go to Las Vegas
before returning to Miami Beach.
Cr tir it
Elliott Sutu. son of Roz and
Brrnie (he's known as the
Friendly Bailiff around the
Courthouse i. and a June gradu-
ate of Duke University, is leav-
ing th;s area to take up resi-
dence in Washington. D.C. He'll
be in Management in Depart-
ment of Transportation and
Communications of General Serv-
ices Administration. Elliott, a
nephew of Circuit Court Judce
Milton A. Friedman, completed
one semester at the University
c: Miami's Graduate School and
expects tc transfer to a Univer-
sity in Washington. D.C. to com-
plete his studies toward mas-
ter's degree.
V V %
Titi'.lating topic by guest
rp^aker Leonard Rivkind who
will address some 300 local at-
torneys, lega: students and
guasts May 1 at the Everglades
Hotel "Pornography" will be
the theme of his talk when the
Miami chapter of Delta Theta
Phi. national legal fraternity,
holds its Founder's Day Ban-
quet. S. R. Spradley is in charge
of arrangements, if you're inter-
PIANO TUNING
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754-H65
ested.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Lester
of North Miami Beach, have
heard from daughter Genie that
her husband. Allan F. Appel has
been promoted to first lieuten-
ant in the U.S. Air Force. The
son of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ap-
pel of Long Beach. N.Y., Lieu-
tenant Appel is an administra-
tive officer at McClellan AFB,
Calif., in a unit of the Aero-
space Defense Command A 1963
graduate of Long Beach High
School, the lieutenant received
a B.A. degree in 1967 from Penn-
sylvania State University, and
was commissioned upon gradua-
tion from Officer Training
School. Lackland AFB, Tex.
* tf
The Miami Palette Club will
show members' paintings at its
monthly meeting on Friday,
April 3. The 7:30 p.m. exhibit
will be held in the Fiesta Room
of the Everglades Hotel. If you
would like to attend or better
yet. join the art group. Mrs.
Frances Goldstein of Miami
Beach is the one to get in touch
with.
A *
Mrs. Rose Shalan. director of
the Oliver Manor Nursing Cen-
ter, would love to hear from her
many friends here now that she
is recovering from surgery at
Mt. Sinai Hospital in New York
City.
Wish Your Jewish Friends a
"HAPPY PASSOVER"
witti a gift of flowers
from
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Engagement Announced
Dr. and Mrs. Louis Heideman
of Birmingham. Mich., announce
the eng..geme;>t of their daughter,
Rosalind Riant, to Louis Philip
Rochkind. the son of Dr. Reuben
Rochkind and Mrs, Sarah Roch-
kind. of 2130 SW 22nd Ter. A July
wedding is being planned.
Both the bride-elect and her
fiance are graduates of the Uni-
versity of Michigan and both plan
to attend the University of Michi-
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A NIGHT IN ITALY
,-t .1 ;;> >d thing thai mosl of
Is iii Italy" occur in the United S1
1 r.iinly wouldn't have nights to
i ,: i. Mr. and Mrs. Guido i-'1"!-.: hosted i n
linner and musicale al their home in
1 .. ;' their gon-in-la and \
- Raoul Maltagliati, who iusl me in I
e, ttaly. All of the L ok-
i ufuJ from the gowns the w o i
...:. th p irty could ha> been a s yli show
musicale. The e v real
towners as well as localites, Among the
ts were Dr. and Mrs. Edmond Cava and Dr.
I Mrs. R. Cava, Mrs. Suzanne Levy, w
> lera Mi-, and Mrs. Victor Tarica. Mr. and
Mrs. Amberto Orvieto and their whole family as
%v i!i as Mr. and Mrs. Capel Ascher.
ANOTHER BIRTHDAY
Miami producer Jay F. Fino celebrated his
birthday with a dinnc-r party at the Algiers
liUil recently. Among the close friends and
relatives who shared in the festivities were Rose
Krimsky, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Fine. Mr. and Mrs.
Abraham Khinc, and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Fir.gor-
hoff.
TWO NKiHTS I WORRIED
For the past 12 years I've made cookies for
the Alpha F.psilon Phi Alumne Association's "book
rc\icw> dessert, which benefits their Scholar-
ship Fund. This year I had made up my mind to
say no. and I wasn't asked! So my worrying was
for naught. I was, however, asked to bring a
door prize, and I picked out a lovely gold pin.
Mother had a fit. "That gorgeous pin? I want it
n-.VMii," she said. But it was wrapped and that
was that. Can you guess who won it as a door
priz>7 Yep, you're right. Mother. As usual, the
afternoon was fun. Mrs. I.M. Weinstein reviewed
"The Aneels of Repose." Boa, a frustrated
actress, acted the parts. Among the guests were
all of the faces from last year, plus some new
ones! Mrs. William Ackerman, Mrs. Edward
Levin*, Mrs. Daniel Preuss. Mrs. Alfred Camner.
Mrs. Aaron Farr, Mrs. Phillip Pallot. Mrs. Sam-
uel Gray, Mrs. Max Popper and Mrs. Robert
Sterling and Mrs. Fred Ober. Sandy Factor pulled
out slips for the prizes, Mrs. Steven Falk and
her sister Beverly, the two look alikes, Mrs.
DonaM Rubin and Mrs. James Kahn. The spe-
cialty of the dessert-review was the fact that
the cookies and cakes were homemade. Shirley
i Mrs.' Jeffrey) Lefcourt wasn't present but her
delicious cup takes with apricot brandy icing
were, and they went fast.
STYfcES CHANCE
Shjerry. daughter of Judge and Mrs. Charles
Gertler, had sefher hair. In all my life, I've never
seen anything like it the whole front was
rolled.up on a beer can! When her date arrived,
though,, her hair.was neatly combed and looked
adorable.How she managed I don't know. It was
long and straight as it could be.
IiT.'I.I, NEVER HEAR THE END OF IT
When Carlo Carelli, the operatic tenor sang
at a luncheon at Pier 6fi in Fort Lauderdale,
Saturday, his pretty wife Bea went along to
keep him comnany. The soprano who was sup-
luet with him did I PP" r, so
Carl the si ig She thought
lust I she h isn'l sung for
to do the dm i with
him. She was a i I I when they gang
"Wanting i i "Ah, Sweet Mystery of
' ;t.
Wf RE V.H \x ANGEL?
. up to the
P Gates, but 1 .. I invited to a
Hal i Day" I the Fontaim bl a I H >tcl
ignition of their clothing dona-
te :' V | Coui .: of Jewish Women.
C ttlcs with w zs spr >utin from each
side car n ngel" theme. The tables
wire covered with red and white checkered
cloths, and the food was Italian. Confidentially,
the food was so delicious and plentiful that no
one could eat any supper.
There were door prizes and raffle prizes
galore Dozens of people won prizes, but the
only one I remember was the pair of Natural!/; r
shoes won by Delly (Mrs. Jack> Courshon. (The
reason I remembered that was because I had just
paid $21 for a pair*.
T'nis was the NCJW's 12th annual Angel
Luncheon. (In this town when you start some-
thing once, it often becomes an annual event and
goes on for ever and ever". There were 800 women
there, including Mrs. Norm.m H. Cohan, presi-
dent, and all of the women who helped to make
this the gayest "Angel" luncheon yet.
Among those present were Mrs. Charles
Fritz. Mrs. Cy Wechsler, Mrs. Sam Bowman, Mrs.
Donald Brody. Mrs. Charles Feldman, Mrs. Jack
Tirmaneus. Mrs. Fied Wasscrman, Mrs. Morti-
mer Cohen. Mrs, Burleigh Kaplan, Mrs. Milton
Cadden. Myra (Mrs. Aaron" Fan- without whom
there wouldn't have been a Thrift Shop, was
there too. She is the one who started it in Miami.
She is also a national vice president of the
NCJW.
SHE'S A C.RAXD Al'NT
Florence Kupperman h;is received word that
she now has a grand-nephew named Todd, the
son of Peter and Penny Gortston of Paterson. N.J.
The proud papa is an assistant district attorney
in New York City.
THE STAMP WAS AN ELEPHANT
The card came from Kenya and it was from
Bobby and Lester Perle. They still think that
Africa is the greatest: they were there before.
They spent a week in South Africa and Rhodesia
and after Kenya were to go on to Tanzania and
Uganda. In Krueger National Park they saw a
leopard kill.
THE* MOVED
But Jimmy and Trudi Stern didn't move far
just to Hollywood. They like it, but Trudi doesn't
have much time for anything except United Os-
tomy Association which is holding its ninth an-
nual convention at the Diplomat Hotel in August.
Trudi is the chairman, and guess who her hon-
orary chairman is? I'll bet she never had one
like that before its Mrs. Richard Nixon.
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Passover Seder On April 10
Temple Tifereth Jacob will hold
its annual Passover Seder on Sat-
urday. April 10; following 6:30 p.m.
services conducted by Rabbi David
J?osenfeld.
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Register now for a Study Group at'the
Coral Gables Learning Center
266 Palermo Avenue
Coral Gables, Florida
Phone 443-1374
Staff members are certified by>
the State of Florida
Coordinators of North and South Groups of 18 Miami Hadas-
sah Chapters decorate rooms at Parkway Children's Center
with the help of two young "Mat Dillons," dependent young-
sters at the Home where Miami Hadassah Clubs, headed
by Mr. and Mrs. Morris Herman, will give a party, dance
and floor show Sunday, marking "World Jewish Childs
Day." Mrs. Franklin Kreutzer, (left) and Mrs. Alan Korschun
are in front, Mrs. Irving Weiner and Mrs. Paul Hansman in
back.
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Friday, March 26,
JIIA Auxiliary's Donor Luncheon Se1 For April 1
Greater Miami Women's Auxili-
ary, Jewish Home for t!\<' Aged,
will hold its annual donor lunch-
eon at 12:30 p.m. Sun.lay. April I.
in the Algiers Hotel.
Mrs. Ben Hammerman is serv-
ing ;<-; chairman ol the day, and
Mrs. Rose Roth, donor Journal
chairman, will '.jive the invocation.
------------------------------------ ,,
Arnold Fein New
Loci
Other donor chairmen are Martha Ent
Greenberger. Rose Kobsa and Mrs. will be offered b> singing star
Max Marek. Auxiliary presidenl Is chuck Barl accompanied by Sall>
Mrs. Lawrenci SUverman. Kay r. w\\] introduc
Honorary i'fe president Mrs. Sol Mls ,., .sky. prog
SUverman will conduct the anni ,nm
versary cake liafetlng cor mony.
A in
tion to
the B
Councl
of the
Seville
ge President
ild Fein, candid tte for elec-
the office of Councilman of
;iv Harbor Islands Town
, si lent
B'nal B'rith North Shore
No it; l this week, at the
Hotel.
Judge Milton Friedman, the in-
stalling officer, also inducted the
following who will serve wtih Mr.
Fein: Samuel L. Greenfield, hon-
orary life vice president: Abraham
Mimics, Morris ROSSein, Harry Hal-
ter. Morris Yassky, vice presidents: j
Hen I. Twery, treasurer; Louis
Suchman, financial secretary; Har-
ry Marcou, recording secretary;
Aaron F. Berger, corresponding
secretary; Isidor Geller, warden:
Herman Frank, guardian; Nathan-
iel Glickman, parliamentarian,
and .lack .7. Sperans, chaplain.
Israel's Mini Sets
At Caraer Bank
The 1971 Israel Official Mint
Set. bearing the six-pointed Star
of David was Issued on March 1,
it has been announced, and the
Carner Bank of Miami Reach, of-
ficial distributor oi Israel coin sets
in Dnde County, is conductbig a
special sale through March and
April.
The coins were minted from
highly polished dies to provide
handsome and clearly defined pro-
duction of the coins.
The six coins in the sel include
1 Lira ( l pound), the '- Lira, the
25 Agorot, 10 Agorot, and I
Agora coins. Each bears the date
5731 in Hebrew with ancient and
traditional themes interpreted by
Israeli artists for the basic coin
designs.
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Will Talk Football
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th Mi imi H !phins F lotball I
will i"' Ruest
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Hebr ny of Greater Miami
t,p be h i" a.m. Sund >
The breakfast Is sponsored bj
\\v Academy's Abbs Association,
a newly formed group of fathers
interested in initi itin 1 proj-
ects benefitting students at th.'
school.
Special foi tball i llms \\ ill be
shown at the ind the
students v ill i icu the .name
with the Dolphin players.
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At a recent luncheon of the Miami Beach Hebrew Home
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(center) was presented an award as the "Outstanding Life
Member of the Year 1970." Mrs. Miedenberg, who has given
unstintingly oi her time and effort, for the betterment of the
Home and its residents, since its inception, is shown with
Mrs. Ida Kostoff, (left) president of the Women's Aux
and Mrs. Sarah Levin, vice president of the Home.
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Miami Happenings
t TV ''"! i-1*"'1 of the Pass-
Lvm Product* IJiriMlciry of the
I on ol Orthodox Jewish Con-
ti >ns oj America is now
-,.,.,,!, r >r Passover snopinriR ac-
cording l" Nathan K. tiros* d
New "> rk, L'OJCA national vice
pros.i.ni and chairman of its
jjoir.t Commission for Koatier
Kty,,,i ,.-;,tion. Copies are avail-
i,!,. free bj sending a stamped,
r-addreswd eiwrtspe < >< sure
li. hodOJ Union. S4 Fifth A>ve.,
bite 3U0. New York.
H -to
Wrnnn H. Clark. 34-year-old
ativc Floii'lian. has been elee-
,.(| president of Richards &
associates, a public relations
nd advertising company in Mi-
ni, dlr. Clark was formerly
mployed in the Dade County
ublie School System and held
public relations office in Coco-
ul Grove
Dade stat.- nmatniT Gerald
|l.i'ui>. lias noved his law offices
into the Concord Building, where
he will shaii' space with the law
firm of Rick Ciravolo and Ben-
Plodmnn as he did prior
to lofrrTlrTfe the partnership of
Lewis and Reno in December of
19G7. Miss Janet Kino, his for-
mer law partner, has now moved
to Tallahassee where she i-. exe-
cutive director of the House Ju-
diciary Committee.
Passover Meals In Flight
For the first time Passover
meals by Manischewritz will be
served In flight this year. Both
United and Eastern Airlines, which
: regularly feature Manischewitz
meals will Ix1 serving Passover
1 meals specially prepared in the
new Manischewitz frozen food
plant in Vineland. N.J.. under the
strict supervision of Rabbis Isaac
Siegal of Jersey City, Chaim Kar-
linsky of Brooklyn, David I.. Sil-
ver cif Harrisburg, Pa., and Eman-
uel Gettineer of New York City.
Mrs. Rosen Hosts Life
Membership Luncheon
Mrs. Leonard Rosen, was to
host a life membership lunch on
at her home, l 1010 W. Broadview
Dr., Bay Harbor Island at noon |
Thursday,
All new life members of the Mi-;
ami Beach Chapter of flSnassati
who Joined since July 1, 1970
and their sponsors were to be
the honorees; arrangements have
been made for Larry Blue, well-
known Israeli accordionist, to en-
tertain. ___
Tupperware Party Planned
The Yeshh ;i Day School Women I
' of North Miami Beach will hold a
i meeting and tupperware party on
Tuesday evening at the home of
Rabbi and Mrs. Jonah Caplan. 1120
NE Miami Gardens Dr., No. Miami
Beach. President is Mrs. Jacob
Chernofsky.
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Service with savoir-faire.
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At last.
Will it be a small wedding and a big reception, or vice versa?
Alter all. there are a lot of relieved girl friends and rejected boy
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Either way. there are no two ways about who should handle
the affair. Who else but the Deauville? For the affair of the
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And we never let down our standards. Whether you invite
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Friday. March 26. li
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.IOSK MII.I.BR I.AWRfcXC Jose Noel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence, the son of Mr. and
David Miller, 10030 S\V 15th Ter.. Mrs. Carl H. Rubin, 430 NE 177th
will become Bar Mitzvah Satur- St., will become Bar Mitzvah on
lay morning March 27. at Temple Saturday. March 27. at Young
,,,'oiom Israel of Greater Miami with
A seventh grade student at Rock-: Rabbi Naftali Porush officiating,
vay Junior High Scheol. Jose has Lawrence is a student at Jol
Robin Popkin Steven Blvmenfeld
Judith Schwarti
Sandra Susi
his own Rock group called "Des-
i Water."
Mr. and Mrs. Miller will host the
Ineg Shabbat Friday evening fol-
I. .wing the services as well as a
Kiddush Saturday afternoon and.
i reception in Jose's honor Satur-
lay evening.
Among the honored guests will
PAUL ARON
During Sabbath morning serv-
ices conducted by Rabbi Kingslej
F. Kennedy Junior High School.
where he is in the seventh grade.
The celebrant will be honored and Cantor Irving Shulkesal reny
bv his parents with a Kiddush fol- pie Sinai Saturday. March 27, Paul,
lowing the services and a rece~ the son of Dr. and Mrs. Jack Aron
tion in his home Saturday evening, will be called to the Torah as a
Among the honored guests will be Bar Mitzvah.
his grandparents, Mrs. Frieda Ru-j Paul is an eighth grade student
bin Of North Miami Beach and at John F. Kennedy Junior High
be Jose's grandparents Mr. and Mr, Kid Mrs. Nathan Karp Of Chi-J School, and attends the Temple
Ar%. Oscar '/.wick and Mr. and cago, 111.
i/Irs. Jon,' Miller. Out of town "fr
guests will be Mr. and Mrs. Charles ; .ICDITII SCHWARTZ
I ivinovich of Puerto Rico, Mrs. Judith Lisa, the daughter of Mr ,
Felicia Ravinovich of Orlando, Mrs. I anj mis Maury L Schwartz, will i":sin'
Sinai Religion- School. He recently
won a Gold Card physical fitness
award.
Among the out-of-town guests
will be Paul'- gr indpar-
ll,l'.....i".ii>ii""'",.....- ,'incl Wire. .muuia i^. iniiuiiu, ui i m. i w,;-lv,,.h hia
ther Bakalar of California, and ,K.(,)mc Bat Mitzvah Saturday *nts; Dr- and Mr!>' ,\. v
m.s. Edward Caballer,,. and Mr. m0rning. March 27. at Temple Beth '"'" ?d ""'"J*r; f "t nv?ri
and Mrs. Henry Flyer of New sh,,m aJ ,0,-,0 witn Rabbi I.eon th.m Kier. and Ml and Mi S. Da\ id
York. Kronish officiating. Levitt, of Chicago. 111.
ir ir ir
BARRY KATZ
Barry Howard, the son of Mr,
.ind Mrs. Ronald KatZ, will become
Bar Mitzvah on Saturday. March
27 it Temple Zion with Rabbi Nor-
-iii Shapiro officiating and Can-
The celebrant is a student in
Beth Sholom's Confirmation Class
of 5733.
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ROBIN POPKIN
On Friday evening, March 2(1
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STEVEN WEBER
Steven Craig Weber, son of
Bernard Weber an l Rosemarie
Scheibe. will become Bar Mitzvah
on March 27, t Ti mple Em inu-El.
Steven Is in the eighth grade al
or Richard Browdy chanting the Robin Ilene. daughter of Sii/inne the Ida Fisher Junior High Seh io
liturgy,
H. Popkin and Joseph S. Popkin.
H. has written many poems, which
have been accepted for pnblicn-
Barry, a seventh grade student| will become Bit Mitzvah at Beth
at West Miami Junior High School Torah Congregation, Rabbi Max tion in various s, and als
- very active in sports, playing in A. Lipschitz i!l officiate it the enjoys painting. He was awarded
the Khoury League, ceremonies. i prizi fol one of his exhil Is
Mr. and Mrs. Katz will host the Robin is a stu lent at the Hebrew I Mr. an I Mrs Frank Scheil
KiddUSh following services on Sat- Academy, where she is in tin
ir lay and a reception at the Miami seventh grade. Her hobbies are
springs Villas on Saturday eve-1 sketching, reading and playing the
oing in Barry's honor. Among the| piano.
guests will be Barry's gruidpar-
nts. Mr. and Mrs, Hvman Katz.
AMY LEVIN
Amy. the daughter of Mr. and j
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CARLOS PI'XIMK
Carlos, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Saul Pundik. will become a Bar
Mitzvah at Temple Menorah. Sat-
I.eon Weber, the celebrant's grand-
parents, will attend the event.
Rokeach Products
New For Passover
What will Rokeach think ofj
next ? Would you bel e\ koshi i |
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Harrison of Miami Beach will receive
the "Torch of Hope Award" at a testimonial banquet S
day, April 3, at 6:30 p.m. in the Grand Ballroom of the For.-
tainebleau Hotel being sponsored by the entire Southeastern
Region. Leonard Schaeffer, vice president of National City
of Hope, will make the presentation. Chairman of the even:
Lb ludge Irving Cypen.
Mada'n Kosher Food Offers
Passover SedersDelivered
r
uir
%SJ2l> ffi ^.5^ MWtay March 27. at 9:30 rshn Hows with toasted coca-
Bat Mitzvah during the late Fri- ^ gyerAbramowitz will ""' Ps for other exciting
lay services at Beth Torah c""-! omd.lt,, new products ..." And JUSl in
negation March 26 withi Rabbi Car, Btudent a, K&utUm time for Passover!
M x A. Lipschitz, spiritual leader
of the congregation, officiating
and Cantor Jacob J. Renzer chant-
ing the liturgy.
Amy has attended Beth Torah's
Harold Wolk Religious School for
Che past five years and will be-
come a member of the Confirma-
tion Class of 1973.
Mr. and Mrs. Levin will sponsor
the Oneg Shabbat following the
service in the celebrant's honor.
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HOWARD LBIBOWITZ
Howard, the son of Mrs. Roberta
Junior High School, sings in the
Temple's choir.
A Kiddush will follow the serv-
ices at Temple Menorah. and a
reception and dinner will be held
Sunday afternoon at the F.den Roc
Hotel in celebration of the occasion
ir ir
STEVEN BTEINFELD
Saturday morning. March 27. in
the main sanctuary of Temple Ner
Tamid. Steven Willie, the son of
Mr. and Mrs, Leon Sleinfeld. 795(1
Tatum Waterway Dr., Miami
ah at Beth Torah Congregation
Saturday afternoon, March 27.
Howard is a member of the
fourth year class at Beth Torah's
Harold Wolk Religious School rind
M irshm i good old
toasted over a
fire. Plus a brand new cabbage
soup, m id.' from a tra lit >n il tart-
sweel rec n I' mdensed, full!
bodied, flavorful.
An I tint's not all. Rokeach has
!"\ el iped in of the most excitino
all purpose potato mixes on the
market today. Perfect for pan-
cakes, pot ito puffs, puddings, "Ku-
gel" ind stuffings plus a c >m-
pletely new dehydrated s Up
that's just like putting a vegetable
in your kitchen cabinet great
for soups, seasonings, wherever
the taste of fine vegetables arc
F residents will b ffered
ir.d f hav-
ing their Passover Seders al home
?his > ir w ith tut th usual
I last-minul
Mad i n K si,,.- >)?!< th
,'. h a pi >'. ides fro/en
Jewish cuisine for the
i airlines under the super-
the I':.: in of Orth i I i.x
.' lish Coi regal ins, has ext n I-
I ts Piss iver meal servi re I
South Florida for the I
Ai n ild Weiss, who bega
cial kosher service foi -
\< i\ York City. s.-. e .
v -d the s ime :i
1. s, under the d
'.us son. Samuel Weiss
l )eie. erj s, r\ ice is i >
from the Miami headqu irt-.-rs o
Mada'n. 455 E. Oh echo
All me ils with kashruth i
teed are ready to be pla< e tin
wen, heated and served
leibowitz, will become a Bar Mitz-| Beach, will be Bar Mitzvah.
Steven is a student at Nautilus
Junior High School and attends I desired.
Ner Tamid Religious School. Rokeach als,, dresses up salads
A Kiddush will follow the serv- as never b fore with Italian, Ru--
ices and Saturday evening, a re- sian. French, and Thousand Islands
will be a member_of the Confirm.-.- ception in Steven's honor will be dressings tint taste home-fresh
tion Class of 1973. He will read i hold at the Famous Restaurant. 'home-made. All Ingredients us. d
l part of the Torah selection tor Out-of-town guests will include in all these n >W products are strict-
x> ,* u- -, Mr' nnd MrS> S,mon Steinfeld. Mr. ly kosher for Passover and mami-
,4 ^' aT^a/Vrn and Mrs. David Spater and family, factured under rabbinical super.
Howard with a Bible on behalf 0f and Mr. and Mrs. Leon Hauszpgel. vision,
he Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood of New York City. _________________
; Science Thriller Opening
KEVIN ROSEN The technicolor science thriller
The Bar Mitzvah of Kevin Rosen j "The Andromeda Strain" opens at
will be observed Saturday, March i the Carib Theatre Friday for an
27, at Beth David Congregation. | exclusive engagement. "Uuthering
March '27 Tne celebrant is the son of Mrs. j Heights" will be showing at the
'orah selec David Shulman and A!vin R-=en. i Miami. Miracle. 163rd St.. Carlvle.
A seventh grade student at Pal- Hallandale and Boca Raton; "3 in
metto Junior High School. Kevin
if the Congregation.
6 *
JAV OHERNOFF
Jay. the son of Phyl'is and rv.'iH
f'hemoff. will observe his Btr Mi'z-
ah at Beth Torah Conre"atini
- iturday afternoon.
reading a Dart of the Torah
lion for the Shabbat
Jav has attended the Beth Torah
The Roosevelt School
Shippan Point, Stamrord, Conn. 06902 Tel: 203-325-2231
At. Schwarischild Director
College Preparatory School
GRADES 9-12 POST GRADUATE
American Jewish Nome life only 45 minufei from New fork City
Faculty-Student ratio 1 to 7 Supervised Study Help
Individualized Scheduling Stress on Fundamentals
o Remedial and Progressive Programming
o Cultural, Athletic and Recreational Programs
INFORMATION AND INTERVIEW WITH 10CAL RIPMSENTATIVE:
Mrs. M. Berger Tel. (305) 531-0403
>T
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>'K
IB
id
larold Wolk Relieious School fo-} is ln n,is t"|rd year at Beth David,
the Attic" and "3 in the Cellar" are
on the double bill at the Miami
the oast three vears and is now a
student in the Torah class of th"
ichool. He will be a mn">Kr of
fhe Confirmation Class of 1973.
ir -ir *
STEVEN' BLTTMEVFEI.n
Steven, the son of Mr. anH ivf^s.
T.eonard B'umenfeld. will observe
his Bar Mitzvnh at Beth T>^b
Congregation. Saturday mo-^iin",
March 27. chanting the Haftonb.
nd conduotin" a portion of th"
Shabbat services.
Steven has attended the Beth
Torah Harold Wolk Relimon*
School for the oast four vears and
will be a memhor of the Confirma-
tion Class of 1973.
In honor of the occasion. Sv-
en'l paints will sponsor the Kid-
dush following the services.
team.
Among guests who will attend
the reception at Kevin's home. 7175
SW 117th Ter.. will be his grand-
and plays in the Midget Division Coral Way. 27th Ave.. North Dade!
of the Khoury League Baseball North Andrews and Davie Blvd!
Drive-ins. Holdovers are "Gimme
Shelter." Patio, Twin I and Byron;
"Little Big Man" Gatewav ami
Pla/a: "The Libertine" and Ca-
parents Mr, and Mrs. Alex Selt- mi He 2000" Mawfair and Sunset
man of M'ami Bench.
^ Q Q.
SANDBA SI'SI
Sandra, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Josenh Sui. will Ivcome a
j Bat Mitzvah Friday evening. March
26. at Temple Menorah.
A seventh grade student at
Nautilus Junior High School. San-
dra won a prize in an Essay Art
contest last year.
In honor of the celebrant, a re-
ception wil] be held in the Crim-
son Room of the temp'e.
and 'Promise At Dawn"
Normandy.
at tht
Israeli Violinist Concert
Pincluu Zuckerman. Israeli vio-
linist, wU be th? featured musici-
an at the Greater Miami Philhar-
monic's ninth pair of regular sub-
scription concerts with Alain Lom-
bard conducting. Performances are
scheduled for 8:30 p.m. Sunday at
Miami Beach Auditorium, and
Monday at 8:30 p.m.. in Dade
County Auditorium.
11
In Loving Memory
MEYER "MIKE
FORER
A Good Life Has Its
Number of Days <
But a GOOD NAME
Lives on FOREVER!
We Miss You Very
Much...
Your Family/
Ida, Henry, Mindi, Joe
and Grandchildren
Jack, Michael and
Anna Louise
inttrtd Into tternal Rest March 79, 1967
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Page 11-B
UGAl NOTICE
LEGAL NOTKE

lOUNTY JUDGES COURT
, FOR OADE COUNTY.
IIOA IN PROBATE
Nc 71-41
_ate of ~^-
MAS,
"flCE TOCEDITORS
editors and All I''!.'.iis Hav-
11. nil.mis Against Said
hereby notified and] renulr-
.,,, any Hn4wis anesetenuuiil* I
may have against the es-
c THOMAS, deceased late
Minty, Florida, to the Coun-
i.r l)ada County, and Hie
fin duplicate and as provldi d
733.16 Florida Statute*, in
, h In the County Court -
FiKi*l'' County. Florida, with-
lar month* from the time
.; publication hereof, or the
J ),. hatred.
fa: Miami. Florida, this 22nd 1
;,h. A l> IM1.
MARY THOai ^S
As Administratrix
nhlleation "f this notice r
day of March, 1971.
IAVS & ORCNDWERt!
f..r Administratrix
IUiil.li- .-
-i.la ::
3/26 4.2-S-16
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
= NTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
Fflorida. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CASE No. 71-3706
11. BETHLNE
|ff.
M BETHUXB
flCE BY PUBLICATION
,o I GORDON M. BBTHCXE
VP-4, Fli Poa< Offii
Sim Fraud ". Calif. 96601
ARB HEREBY XOTTFJBD
suit for divorce ha* been filed
>ou. V* u must file your
or other pleading with this
n or before the 5th day of
l!-71 and ;i copy thereof must
id on JOSEPH c LAUSSEI-
ry for Plaintiff. 71* Reynold
Miami, Florida 32132, or
will !" entered again*! y..u.
|Cl) this 28th day of February
Miami, bade County, Flot Ida
B n. IJBATHRRMAN
1 'i.- r. 'Ircuil Court
Pad County, Florida
1!. P LI il'KlJtXD
Demii v Clerk
.Court Seal)
' S-12-19
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 71-3777
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
I.AM Alt CCLPEPPBR,
Plalntifl
CORA LEB OL'LPBPPBB,
Defendant.
rm uiii, v 1,1:1: cii.PKt'i'nit
l.ou, CORA USE CL'IJ>BPPBR, are.
111 r, by notified thai a BUI m 1 .....-
plaint fT Divorce ha* been riled
again*! you, and you are required to
serve a copy ol your Answer or Plead-
ing: to the Hill of Complaint on the
Plaintiff* attorney, ARTH1TR .1
U'lM.KScv ESQ., I0S Ulscayne Build-
ing, Miami, Florida, 38110 and file
the original Answer or Pleading in
11.....ffice of in.- Clark of the Cir-
cuit Court on or before the Mh day
of April, 1:171 11 you fall 10 do so.
Judgment bj default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
In the Hill of Complaint
IX >NK AND ORDERED a! Miami.
'"Ionia, this 26th tlay of February
Ah 1971
E It r.EATHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit < nun. Dade County, Florida
B) MARGUERITE KENT
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court goal I
ARTHUR J WOLFSON, E5SQ.
4't:, Blacayne Huii'imc
Miami. Florida SSUn
Attorney for Plaintiff
LEGAL NOTKE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
OADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY, NO. 71-5559
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
SARA TURNER.
Plaintiff,
3/.".-12-19-2
lat
!31
county judges court
knd for dade county.
'Floridain probate
' No. 71-802 (Blanton)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
UMate of
I PERLBKRU,
..I
*-.- ili. or 11'in.mils Againat Said
tro hereby notified and re-
011 sen' any claims and do-
vbloli ynu nuiy nave again*!
. of GRACE PBRU1ERG
late ol Dade County. Flor-
[ill,. 1 ',i,i Judge ol l >a le
r..l file the name in ilupli-
qi : |i |n Sect "ti 7::;: -
Statute: in Ui.ir office* In
lly c urtl ..... in I >ade loun-
|ii'. witl.....i alendar months
I :-- DUblli
-in.- n :i be bai 1 -
i" Miami. Florida, Ihl
ir h, A P
OR .1 TAIjTANOFP
OBBPH PBRLBBRO
As Exeoutora
bllcation of tiiim notice on
iyof March, I871.
JFK ft HADER
1 fur Executors
In It oat!
li-Ii, Florida 331 "9
J/3-12-19-2S
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
TICE IS HEREBY CIV EX that
malajalgntsl, dveirim: in engage in
i.eVtn'diT th* fictitious name of
.SWINI'OW CLEANING a! r.31
lf.Ui Str.-et. Hialea.li. Fin. intend
-.glaUr said name with the Clerk
ie> Circuit Oaurt of Hade County.
'd*' HERIBKRTO PEREZ
JEST'S 1'EKEZ
>f JUAN DK1.EON
S/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. 71-5422
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
JOAXXE DEITCH G'AXDREA,
Plaintiff,
LOUIS PHILLIP D'AXDRBA.
i ivfendant.
To LouisPhillip D"ANDRE I
Realdew e L'nknown
You, Louis PhlUlp D'Andrea, are
hi notified that Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce ha* been filed
Bgaln*1 you, and > u an required to
s, rve b i op> ol ) 'nil" Anav r tr l li
Ing in the Rill of Comnlnlnl n i
Plaintlfr* attorney, w.M.tki: i:
MACKOI'L ESC! 1219 Clly National
Hank Building, Miami. Florida anil
file tin- original Answer or I"-
in the office o( Hi.- 1. rk of 1
euit Court on or before 'he 29th day
of April, l''71 If you fa'l In -
judgment by defuull w III > taken
agalnsl vou for the relh i' in On- Bill of Comnlalnt.
This notice sliall be puhllahed onco
eaeh week for four rnn*ecutlve weeka
In THE JEWISH Fl ORIDIAN
DOVB ANIi ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 22nd .i..;. of March AD.
1971.
F! n 1 EATHFJRAI W, C'
Circuit Court, Dadc Cnuni v, Floi Idn
By: R M KlSSF.B
I ?--iii v Cle k
(Circuit Court Seal)
' -Kit B MAI "KnU1 ESQ
t-M;iCi|v Va-ioi.ii Ra*hk Building
Florida '
Mloriiev for I'llilltltf
.; | 'i 16
GEORGE \V. TURNER,
I lefenilaiit.
* 4'urtiEultGE W.rttmtiKIl
1 0 E I.-lie Keith
BOO 'amp Street
l.ouisviii, Kentucky
Vou OKORGE U TURXER are
hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
plain! for Divorce has been filed
againat you. ami jruu are required
to serve a ropy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Hill of Cnmolaint on
the plaintiff* Attorn?) (iOIJi.MAX.
nOLDSTBIN ft PACBIBR, A. E.
PACZIBR, ESQ., 1; 1 \\ Flagler
Street, Miami. Florida 33135 Tele:
642-3411 and file the original Answer
or Pleading In the office of the Clerk
ol the Clrcull Cowl on or In-fore the
(0th day of April. 1871. if you fail to
ilo so. Judgment by default will
taken against you for the relief
in.it -I. ii iii the Hill of Complaint,
This notice shall he publlahed once
each week for four po-.iwecutlve weeks
in THE JEWISH Fl OR1DI \X
DONE AXD ORDERED Hi Miami.
Florida, 1I1 is. 23rd dny of March, A I).
1971.
B. B, LEATHERMAX, Cl< rk,
Clrcull Court. Dade Cnuntv, Florida
By: It. M KISSEE
Denut) Clerk
(Circuit Conn :
A E. PACZIBR. F.S 1
Gl HI iM \ N. 1 :i li.DSTEIN A-
PACZIER
2401 Wel Flngler Stret 1
Miami. Florida
Tel.: 642-2411
Attorney-, for Plaintii
3 26 -I 2-9-H
be
de-
This is thef irsi tiweir)
hiltoru that a nation, ,.^g^>
Victorious in battle, /' % v
has had conditions
dictated toil."
UNIII0 NATIONS
J1
Mother Of Kahl>i Buried hi Israel
NOTICE UNDER
ICTITIOUS NAME LAW
tK IS HEREBY GIVEN that
crflgnetl. de>drtng to engage
less under the fietitloua name
\AC\.KAN HY PDQ at USti
st Street, North Miami, Flor-
I inte-nclsto regPsler saiil name
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
hty'Tlorlda
0UCTION DESIGNS IN
Q1ALITY. INC.
Ellen M U.-i-li. Prealdent
:is, i.ocooo ft brown. r.A.
for Aupl'>K"t
. 4th Strai'
..m,-,K,.a Uf^_^
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN *\ND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-3663
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ERNEST GRANT Mi CARTY.
Plaintiff.
LOUISE CASE McCARTT,
11. : ml.nit
TO: LOUISE CASE MoCARTY
1012 "F" Aviiiuc
(lul(i">rt. Mississippi
You. LOUISE CASK McCARTY,
are hereby notified that a Mill "f
Complaint for Divorce has bean tiled
again*! you. and you are required to
serve a nojiy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Bill of Comnlaint on the
Plaintiff* attorney. BfRONSON &
I.ITMAN. 612 AliiMley ltuilding. Miami.
Florida 33132 and file the original
\nwer or Pleading in the office of
the Clerk of th" Circuit Court on or
before the 'Jnd day of April. 1*71. >
you fail to do bo. Judgment by default
will be taken against you for the
relief demanded in the Bill of Com-
'l'h'is notice Rhall be published once
eaeh week for four consecutive weeka
in THE JEWISH FI-OHIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 24th day of February.
E 11 LEATHERMAX. Clerk.
Circuit Court. Dnde County. Florida
BY! MAROUERITE KEHnT
Denuty Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal!
BKRONSON I.ITMAN
Attorneys for Plaintiff
14 N'.K 1st Avenue
Miami. Florida SSI32
II Alnaley Rulldlug
:,"-I"i,15 IA.U.19-M
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION
Case No. 71-5562
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
REYNI >LD BAMI 'RA,
Plaintiff,
MARGARET M ZAMORA.
Defendant.
rO: MARGARET M ZAMOR \
11 ;--:7iii Slrei 1
I ( 'l! V, \.-w .! 1 --i-.v
Vou. MAI: IARET M. ZAMORA
hereby notifn lhal n Bill ol Com-
plaint for In.orce I.as been filed
againat you, and you arc required to
serve a cony your Anawer or Plead-
ing i" the 1 ;i of Complaint ".1 the
Plaintiff* attorney. STONE &
SOSTCHIN, 1487 X.W. 7th St.. Miami
Fli 1 ill.1 351: and file ih. original
Anawer or Pleading In the offl
the Clerk of tb
before the 3 -n (ail to do
fault will 1" -
(He relief .ii n
i ',-iiMilaint. .... ,
Thli noth Rhall be puhllahed once
, ,, week for 'our consecutive w.....
In THE IEWISM PLORIDIAX.
DOXB VND ORDERED
Florida, thu 23rd day of .
l971-E H 1 EATHERMAN. Clerk.
, -.,-, U|( 1 'ourl, 1 la Counl). i- lortda
Ry: C P COP1
[., ,ut.v Cli rk
(Clrcull Com -:
KTO I. S .- STCHTN
14*7 X.W 7th Sir. 1
Miami, Florida
Phone B42 -
Attorneys f-r Plalntifl ( .,,,,,.,
Mrs. Sylvia Cahn Raab. moth-
er of Rabbi David Raab. spiritual
Uadcr of Temple Belh Raphael.
Miami Beach, died recently in
Queens, New York, at the age Of 81.
Born in Jerusalem, Mrs. Raab
was thi- daughter of the late Mr.
and Mrs. [srat 1 Cahn who were
among the original settlers of the
village of Petach Tikvah in Israel.
The wedding of Sylvia Cahn and
Solomon Raab was the first cere-
mony uniting immigrants to bo
held in Petach Tikvah. Later, Mrs.
Raab taught school there.
In 1929, Mrs. Raab and her fam- children,
line l her husband In Brook-
lyn. Throughout her life, she was
active in civic and religious or-
ganizations, and during World War
II and the Korean War she hosted
parties for thousands of soldiers,
especially during Passover, Purim
ami Chanukah,
In Miami Beach. Mrs. Raab was
a member of Temple Beth Raphael
and its Sisterhood for a number of
years.
Survivors, in addition to Rabbi
Raab, include one daughter, Mrs.
Zll Kasapof Queens Village, N.Y.J
two Other sons. Cantor Irving H.
Raab of Savyon, Israel, and Rabbi
Albert L, Raab of Elberon, N J.. 11
grandchildren and 7 great-grand-
held at Riverside Me-
morial Chapel in Brooklyn, N.Y.,
on Tuesday. March 16, were fol-
lowed by burial in Petach Tikvah.
of
Circuit Court on or
.lay of April, '-'"I tf
SO, judgment hy de-
,. 1 ugainsl you (or
r,l, ,1 111 the Hill of
ERD0S
.Miami,
h A |.
PANXIE. 89, cf T'""': Collins Ave.,
pussed awa) Tuesday She came
here -" years ago from Xew York and
was a member of Temple Emanu-EI,
the Forty-Nlner* ami Hebrew Acad-
emy, Survived by daughter, Mrs
Cecilia Quittner ol Miami Beach, n
son, Eugene Brdos of Brooklyn, N V .
grnndKons Michael and David Brdos,
preat-grandchildren Jason and Ju-
lian Brdos, and n sister, Mr- Bertha
Licht, Detroit. Mich Hi were
to in h< i-i at : I- "' day at
,.1 with iuti rmi nl in
Mt. Xei'o c- metei
B21 Collins Ave..
7M' .Meridian Ave.,
ADELMAN
.1.Main- it :.!. .:' 19 ." SW Ter
inissed away Wednesday ame her.-
_. yean ago from Chlcas1 Mi
of Temple Beth David, S.W. Lodge
I-'.v.vm. Mahl Shrine and Scottish
Rite, Titter Bay Club, Reslauranl
C.ABAY, BUB, 5".
M li. Kiv. rsidu
katz, Reuben 58,
.MH. Rlversiue.
KOPEIKA, Dr Mo*es, BO, 100 Lincoln
K.I.. Mil. Ulasbero;.
MALMEO. Btta, M. 10143 E. Bay
Harbour Dr New man.
PEARL.MAN. Bernard, 87, 8101 Collins
A re., -m 1; N'< malt.
SCHNiTZER. Bmma,
In-. .\i 1: Kivi rlde.
SIEGEL, Abraham, 8
St. New IB
5TA RK, Pi .
.Ml: H
THOMPSON. Ida I..
Miami Ave. North
Interment Mt, N'ebo,
WEXLER, Israel, 8780 S B. 183rd 1.-1 .
" Ml: Rlasberx
HABER. .Max, 7K, 9249 Carlyll AV< .
M.B. Riverslo .
HOCHMAN. I Alton Rd.,
Sl.B. Newman.
HONIC. Louii '- ^"s" Pine '''
UAOFFER, H rry, 76, 190 W
-III 0
1 N 1:
Collins Avi ,
88, 12800 X.
Miami Levitt.
n writi uiahr oalh. an<
SuTwiAi i"""1""1 wh,,h ?
- 1
_ COUNTY 'JUbCE'S COURT
LND FOR DAP6 COUNTY.
rtLOBlOA IN PBOBATE
No. 71-1075
IewbRrciSR
^ic*- to titwiroRS
Mltu>raii4-AII Persons Hav-
:<* sStutRdaTUcalnst Said
hnrvhy notiflcil And requlr-
iM.-ni any claims and demands
may hnvvtHKiilnM the es-
MAX S NKAVRBRtlER de-
if.Dait.- County, Florida.
tmntv .fudirca "T Hade County.
the sum- in ihiolii-ale anil as
in jjeetipti 73346. Florida
-ln.-their offtees in the
Courthouse in Dade County,
wHWi *H '.tsiemljir months
tlni" ..f Ih.- !' 1 o.il.n.-.....11
ote the one tvdl !>.- bnrred
d flV Mi-lAlY''Florida, this
1 Mar. h. AH II
I:. iSM^WVltl-TW^ER
t I I\\.-. niriv
inhHe-i*'",i of ti-i notice
; *tr, ii v ,.i Viu.-ii, 1:171.
P>N A Kl-STrJIN
for C
1"
Iroln Ro-ol
Beach, Fla. 3.1139
3/26 4/2-9-18
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 71-5459
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
FELICIA 1-OI.A.
Plaintiff,
JUAN ANTONIO POI.A.
PoVrtuAN A.VToNIn KHA. Bol-
rurla. 11 Santos Suarei. Havana,
vox 7AMFT & SMITH. IBM Capital
I:;.1,'.1 i(."',-mola,nl will be taken as
, onfessed. ,
HY: r V ">'''[ AM-
Deputy Clerk
(Circttlt Court Seal) f _,,.,,-,
pines
*. Stand Tall
^^ inFlorida'sJ
^v^ FuturelUiill
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
XOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in busineas under the fl.-titioUH name
of MILTON ASSOCIATES at 12TM W.
Dixie Highway, North Miami. Florida
intends to regleter said name with the
Clerk of the cireuit Court of Datie
County, Florida. ___.,
MILTON STEIN
EIJ BHRQER
Attoriuv for Applieant
1K499 X E. 19th Avenue
Xorth Miami Reueh. Fla '
3/2ii 4 'a-s-ie
Friday at Riverside Chapel in lieu
of flowers family suggests donations
he sent to Miami Heart Institute.
77. Ml X.E.
3701 Collins
6"
LB.
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS IIKIM'.HY C.tVEX that
the undersigned, desiring 10 engage
in husinesH under the fictitious- name
of BI8CAYNB ACTO RECr>VERY
Rt-HEAC at 780 X.W. 27th Avenue.
Miami. Florida Intends to register
said name with the clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida,
THE CENTt'RIOX LBOION INC.
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS IfBREHY GIVEN that
the underelgni d, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of HIRSCH CATERERS INC. at 1618
71st Street. Miami Reach, Florida in-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida
JEAN IIIRSOIl
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FAIRMAN. Reiijnmiu B .
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FRANKEL, Richard. 41.
Ave., M.lt. Newman.
GREENBERG. Benjamin, 81, 1-4".
Pennsylvania Ave M.lt. Riverside.
LIPSON, Albert. 73. 2801 Ixsjnard Dr.
ltlusberg.
LUTERMAN. lxiuis. 6t, 2S20 X.E. 201
Ter. Levitt. ,
ROSEN, Mux, 72. 1711 X.E. 14th
Ave., X.M.I1 Riverside. Interment
Mt Seho.
ROSENFELD. Hugo Morton, 68. 1S0
Bay Rd., M B. Rlvendde.
SAGER. Sarah. 79. 2355 S.W. 23rd
Ter. flordoii.
WAPNAISH. Abraham. 60. Il.'l Miami
Gardens l>r.. X.M.R. Blasberg.
YOUNG. Rnvinond. 73. 17S1 Normnndy
Dr., VLB. Blasberg.
BERNSTEIN. Nathan. 89. 161 N.B.
62nd St Levitt. ,
CLARK, raizabeth. 7'1. 401 89th St..
Mil Hlawberg. ...
GOLDSTEIN, Peter I! 19. 8440 S.W.
80th Ter. Gordon.
LERICH, Max, r,. 8602 Collins Ave..
M.lt Newman _
COHEN. Leah. "7. 28 Ocean l>r.. M.B.
Xew man, ,.,
FELDMAN. Sarah. 72. 1328 Euclid
Ave U B. Riverside Interment Mt.
FOSTER. Jenny P., ... 9701 Collins
Ave M.B. Cordon. ____,
AMAZON. Saul.
St. Cordon
ANGUERT, Alexander, 18, .'--> loi-
lins Ave Budfslde. Riverside.
COHEN. Rose C. M.B. Riverside
KAUFFMAN, ltessie. 88. 320 Collins
Ave.. M.B. Riverside.
PAYSNER. l>r Harry A. il. 1310o
Ixora C1 North Miami. Riverside.
ROSS,. Martin A.. S2.
M.B. Riverside
SMITH, Abraham. XS,
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toback. Maurice, 7*.
St x M it. Riverside.
BROWN. Joseph. T8, 1000 West Ave.,
M.B. Riverside.
BERKEY. Dr. William F. ... 17276
Colllni. Ave. Riverside. Interment
COHEN, Clara. 77. 10 Madeira Ave..
Coral (.ahies Riverside.
FtiNGOLu, Pearl,
F1NEMAN. Belda. 73, 2201 Collins Ave..
M.B. RKelsiili- ______
260 Ocean Dr.,
164S0 X.E. 7th
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710 82nd St..
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Open [very Day Cloied Joibolh
140 SW 57lh Ave. MO 1-8583
' Mioiri't Only Strictly Jewish
Monument Deoier
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XOTICE IS HEREBY BTVEN that
the undersigned desiring to engage In
business under i'-.- flotlkiniis name of
a \tinnic xcses. wi.-nrsTRv at
6830 W.-st Placler Street, Miami.
Fi.niil.i Intend to resiwe' said name
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^Jewish Floridian
Miami, Florida Friday March 26, 1971
Section C I
Max Jakobson Is Finland's
Nominee For Top U.N. Post
UNITED NATIONS (WUP)
A few days after U Thant declar-
ed that he will not accept another
term as Secretary-General, the
Finnish government in Helinski | time in well over 20 years of Pal-
announced that it was submitting
the name of its Permanent Repre-
sentative to the U.N. Max Jakob-
remarkable fact that such a reso- i completely impossible to imagine
son, son of a Jewishly-dedicated
family but a universalist in spirit,
as a candidate for the high post.
The news of Jakobson's nomi-
nation did not come as a surprise
to correspondents or diplomats
here. The popular and well-liked
Ambassador has long been among
the few spoken of as Thant's pos-
sible successors. Dr. Gunnar Jarr-
ing is another name on that list.
The tall, handsome and athleti-
cally-built Finn has, all through j
his tenure as the U.N. spokes-
nan for neutral Finland, shown an'
unusual brilliancy and initiative
which have brought him great re-
lution could be adopted unanimous-: that anything like that could have
ly. It is also a remarkable thing," been attempted," he declared,
he stressed, "that for the first
"In fact, throughout the 20
estine conflict, all of the main I years of conflict attempts to solve
powers were able to agree on i the problem between Israel and
what is really a most comprehen-1 hpr Arab neighbors have always
failed. Now this is the first time
that this has been achieved. Of
course, it is true that it has not
Leaders responsible lor the breakiasl meeting held by resi-
dents ol the Harbour Houses, Carlton Terrace and Kenil-
worth in behalf of the 1971 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund campaign are pictured with the event's
guest speaker. From left are Fred Greenberg, Carlton Ter-
race chairman; Ellison Kosoff, Harbour Houses-Carlton Ter-
race coordinator; Bay Harbor Islands Mayor Shepard Broad,
guest speaker. Dr. Robert S. Levy; Harbour House North
chairman Irvvin Adelman and Kenilworth chairman Joseph
Goldstein.
sive plan for a solution."
"If you can imagine that such a
solution, such a proposal, had been 1 yet been carried out. But I still
put forward in the Security Coun- believe it will be the basis for a
cil, let's say, in May, 1967 if peaceful solution of the Middle
anyone would have put that for- j East crisis. It is an ingenious
ward then, he would have been
called completely crazy. It was I Continued on Po 6-C
Reform Of Conversion
Procedure Is Studied
JERUSALEM (JTA) Basic' and have charged that some of
apect and admiration from all ele-1 roforms that would modify the rig- the rabbis performing them arc
ments within the world organiza- jd cont10l exerted by Israel's Or- not "qualified" meaning Ortho-
lion. He has especially distinguish-
ed himself as a member of the
Security Council.
thodox chief rabbinate in personal' dox.
areas such as marriage, divorce Rabbi Nissim's proposals may |
and conversions are under serious satisfy the rabbinical courts. But
consideration in high official most observers here believe they,
Ambassador Jakobson. who just c.jrc]cs I are doomed to failure as long as
returned from a two-week visit to the rabbis insist that conversions1
his homeland, graciously consent- -phe need to reform conversion! must comply strictly to Orthodox
ed to grant me an exclusive inter- procedures has become a matter of interpretation of haiacha < religious
view on condition that the top- special urgency in view of the still law) and must be motivated by rc-
ics be confined to questions re- | sman Dut growing immigration of ligious convictions,
iating to the political develop- ,T0wish families from the Soviet
ments within the U.N". The inter- Union and other Eastern European Meanwhile, a special "think
view took place at the Finnish j countries, many of them with a tank" established by Israel's Labor
Mission nearby a few days after j non-Jewish spouse. Alignment has reportedly come up
his government announced his with proposals that would go a
candidacy. Among the basic is-1 The Sephardlc Chief Rabbi, Itz- long way toward giving Israelis
sues discussed were the Middle I hak Nissim. has drafted new con- freedom of choice in religious mat-
East, the Secretary-General's of- version guidelines which report-' ters The team, which includes one |
lice, the role of Finland in world e(j]y would abolish the compulsory ral bi, wants to amend Israeli laws
affairs, and the hope of the U.N. one-year waiting period that pros- to i>crmit civil marriages for per-
for world peace.
But b fore we turn to his rcac-
pectivc converts must endure be- sons who wish them and to give
fore their applications are acted non-religious porous recourse to,
upon. Rabbi Nissim also report- civil courts for divorce. They ilso
tions to my questions, I would like ^y favors continuation of theI want to end the Orthodox monop-
to give my own impression of the
man. 1 found Max Jakobson. who
is 47 years of age, a genuinely
sincere figure of the highest rank
IKjssessing the true qualities of the
impartial jurist, the true states-
man who will never compromise
"Vienna conversions" but under o]y 0f religious life in Israel by ex-
new, properly constituted rabbini- ten-iinc; equal rights to Reforn
Conservative Judaism.
The proposals will be discussed
at the forthcoming Labor Party
convention, but the religious es-
tablishment is expected to offer
desperate opposition.
cal courts, under the supervision of
a rabbi sent from Israel for tin
purpose.
Most Soviet Jews enroute to Is-
on any issue involving justice. In rael stop off at Vienna where non-
this sense he appeared to me the I Jewish members of their families
genuine universalist whose main mainly wives have been un-
hope and aspiration in life is to i rtergoing conversion by the local:
see peace and understanding at- j Rot Din (religious court I in order
tained among the nations of the to guarantee the Jewish status of Heart Association Benefit
world despite their political and j their children when they arrive in Roosevelt Temple #33. Pythian
Ideological differences. This I I Israel. Israel's Orthodox establish-: Sis wi ho](, a cs njgnt
found, was his "religion, deeply I mont has split over whether to i .
imbedded in him by the influences recognize the Vienna conversions. at 8 Pm i'dnesday in me ry-
ot his "interfaith" home his thian Hall, 4601 Flagler St. All
The National Religious Party is proceeds will go to the Heart As-
ready to accept them in order to,sociatj0n of Greater Miami, to
expedite immigration even if they ., ,,,,.., research programs.
do not satisfy Orthodox demands.
mother is of Christian origin
and by his uniquely neutral nation.
His Jewish father is 85 years of
age.
It is generally held here that
both Moscow and Washington
view Jakobson with favor and. be-
of his broad and equitable
approach to the Middle East prob-
lem he was chairman of the
Sp i lal Political Committee han-
dling UNRWA during the 21sl
n even the Aral
have found him fully acceptable.
During the pleasant Interview
I asked Ambassador Jakobson |
whether he felt that the leakages
of the UAR Aide Memoire and j
the Israeli 14 points would in any |
\\:;. impede Dr. Gunnar Jarring's
efforts towards a solution of the
problem and whether he believed
that the Security Council Resolu-
tion 242 contained the seeds to a
possible final settlement of the
Arab-Israeli conflict.
"I am sure Dr. Jarring is not
happy about the leakages," he
said. "When one side leaks its
document, the other side is almost
compelled to do the same. And.
as for the Security Council Reso-
lution 242, I think it is a most
But the Israeli rabbinical courts I Chairmen are Mrs. Irving Glaz-
have denounced the conversions man and Mrs. Sam Sehoychul.
John Forte receives a plaque from Miami Beach Mayor Jay
Dermer, president of the Jewish National Fund of Greater
Miami, and Dr. Irving Lehrman, chairman of the Founda-
tion of the Jewish National Fund. Mr. Forte was cited for his
cutstandinq cooperation and generosity en the occasion of
Fcrte Towers' first annual Jewish National Fund Banquet.
Reviewing student applications for college financial aid are
Marvin Nockow, (left) guidance counselor at Miami Beach
Senior High School; Abel Holtz, first vice president of the
Corner Bank of Miami Beach, and Dr. Solomon S. Lichter,
principal of M.B.H.S. Mr. Holtz met with the school officials
recently to announce the Corner Bank is awarding two col-
lege scholarships to deserving students of Miami Beach
High. Two additional scholarships will be awarded next
year to bring the total awarded each year to four.
The Shaloma Group of Hadassah honored five women who
became Imas by contributing $600 to support a child for one
year in Israel, at a Youth Aliyah luncheon held recently in
the Fontcdnebleau Hotel. From (left to right) are the Mes-
dames Charles Levine, Bessie Rose, Harry Platoff, Louis
Stone, luncheon chairman, Irwin A. Shapiro, president,
Milton Sirkin, speaker, Morris Kripple, cochairman, Ida
Gurtov and Mona Markusfeld.
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Friday. March 26. 1971

-*JU
letters to the editor
EDITOR, The Jewish KlorMiun:
I have never before written a
letter to an editor of any paper, but
now, after having read an article
on the front page of one of our
local newspapers, I feel that it is
time that l made a few comments.
I have to ask, what has religion
e, me to? Better yet, what has Ju-
daism come to? Is it any wonder
thai our coHege and young mar-
ried couples are becoming more
and more 'turned off" by religion,
and I am speaking primarily of
Judaism, the teacher of moral and
ethical conduct.
Do 1 sound a little cynical, a
little bitter'7 Well, I am. Me. a
Jew of the "establishment," of the
'older' generation, for you see, I
am all of 54.
What has brought all of this
on? A few years ago. I heard of
one of our area synagogues mak-
ing all of their members go to a
bank and sign a promisory note for
their Building Fund Pledge. Just
recently, I heard of a temple in
our area, which this year went on
a "voluntary" Fair Share dues
plan, and then put a mandatory
assessment on each of their mom-
hers in addition to their pledge.
But, the "topper" was when on
the front page of one of our local
newspapers I read that one could
now join one of our local syna-
gogues and pay their dues, school
fees, pledges, etc.. with credit cards.
Tn other words, using the words <>'
one of our larger airlines. "PRAY
NOW PAY LATER"
Well, how far are we going to
go" Has Judaism sunk so low that
we have to connive, contrive, cre-
ate gimmicks and perhaps even
blackmail our people into joining
our synagogues and praying?
i; ore 1 go too far into this dis-
course, let me set the record
straight. I believe that I fully un-
derstand the monetary needs of a
synagogue as well as anyone, for
you see. I am a synagogue admin-
istrator, and have quite a hefty
budget to worry about myself. I
^ Beware of the
imitators'...
There's only one
Vienna
Sweet Recipe
Gefilte Fish
and it's by Rokeach.
ROKEACH
Gefilte Fish
know the struggle connected with
collecting dues, fees and pledges.
1 know the struggle for the dollar.
1 know how casts are continuing to
l-ise. I know of the demands of
the non-paying, non-belongi lg
Jews" who when the need arises
seeks us out.
1 am fully aware of all of this.
Yet. as long as I breathe, and
have anything to say about syna-
gogue membership, l will light to
see that no one, I repeat NO ONE
will be denied membership in my
synagogue because of inability to
pay, nor will they be subjected to
the humilitation, embarassment, or
the degradation of having to go
through the afore-mentioned
tactics.
You know, as I read this article.
I was amazed at some of the re-
marks made by the financial sec-
retary of this congregation. This
man. a CPA. claims be is helping
the people who can't afford to pay
their da. s. |s h ? He is only add-
in. r aboul 18' to their bill, which
is Interest on their lo tn. He claims
that it eliminates badgering of the
of the m 'mbers for dues. He's
right, it doe-. Now. when til
her becomes d 'linquent, all that
is nee is try is for the bank t > go
to the small ] iims court, get a
judgment and repossess a car. re-
frigerator, or TV the synagogue
has nothing to do with it. This is
Judaism?
The article stated: "At fust a
small group said that it was mor- j
I ally wrong and threatened
unit." They were eventually calmed |
down. It reminds you of Esau sell-
ing Ins birthright for a bowl o
potage.
This all It ads me to my las!
question. Is this truly Judaism?
For if it is. than the words of
author Rabbi Herbert Tarr, "Heav-
en Help Us." If this is Judaism. 1
too, want to "cop out." I, too, now
believe that religion is irrelevant.!
has no meaning, and like the great
j percentage of our younger people
say, who needs it?
[RVING JACOBSOV
Administrator
Beth David Congregation
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Sunday evening, March 28, in conjunction with the Bar
Mitzvah celebration of Temple Ner Tamid, the congrega-
tion will honor two of its founders, Samuel L. Greenfield
(left) and Mrs. Adolph Greenbaum as "Man and Woman of
the Year." The awards will be presented to them at a ban-
guet to be held in the Fontainebleau Hotel.
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Shown prior to their departure from John F. Kennedy Interna-
tional An pert New York for a 10-day in-depth study of the
human needs m Israel are Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Levy
end Mr. end Mts. Heiber! Buchwald of Miami. They are
ameng the- 105 American Jewish community leaders, led by
chciiman Michael A. Pelavin/of Flint. Mich., who will visit
border settlements, development towns and other projects
en the second UjA Young Leadership Mission of the 1971
United Jewish Appeal campaign. ^^^
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Syltiia Kasdftn Speaker
Sylvia Kasdan, who will speak
on "How t> be Happier" Tuesday
at the 1f> a.m. Forte' Forum in the |
audit riu n at 1200 West Ave.,
Miami Beach, is a Psychology in-
structor ::t Miami-Dade Junior
<' >lle >'s Continuing Education
Center, Miami Beach.
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Post Auxiliary Installation Set
Murray Solomon Post and Ladies
Auxiliary #243 J.W.V., will install
its new officers at 8 p.m. Sunday,
April 4. in the main sanctuary of
Temple Zamora, 44 Zamora Ave.,
Coral Gables.
Guest speaker for the evening
will be the Hon. Stephen Clark,
Mayor of Dade County; the invo-
cation will be given by Rabbi Sol
Landau, president of the Greater
Miami Rabbinical Association. Wil-
liam Katzker, incoming Command-
er, is a retired serviceman who
has served eight years with the
Marines and 12 years with the
Air Force: including one year of
.-, rvioe i:i Korea and one year of
service in Viet Nam.
Temple Beth Tov Will Hold
Traditional Second Seder
Temp].' Beth Tov will hold its I
annu.il traditional Second Seder at
the tempi'' Saturday, April 10, at1
7:15 p.m.
A full course dairy meal will lie
served and the seder service wtiM
be conducted by Cantor Seymour |
rlinkes and his sons. Elliott and:
David. Persons wishing reserva-
tions should call the temple or i
Mildred Weiss.
The other officers are: Leon
.evin, senior vice commander; Nor-
man T. Levin, junior vice com-
mander; Ira Bhtt, quartermaster;
Solly Wildstein, chaplain; LoU
Aronoff, officer of day; Stuart
Botwinik. Judge Advocate; Leo
Plotkin and Sol Lipton trustees.
The Building Corporation in-
cludes Ira Blitt. Stuart Botwinik.
Ainslee Ferdie. Joe Gordin. Bill
Katzker, Norman Levinc, Sol Lip-
ton and Murray Valkowitz.
Incoming Auxiliary president
will be Mrs. Betty Aronoff. long
, an active member in the Auxiliary.
' Other officers are: Sylvia Weiman,
; senior vice president; Stella Lip-
ton Junior vice president; Tanya
] Levine. treasurer: Anne Seidel.
chaplain; Claire Wildstein, patriotic
1 instructor; Helen Herman, con-
i ductress; Sadie Kaminoff, guard;
I Dian Steiner. historian: Diane Bot-
i winik, corresponding secretary;
Judith Blitt, Evelyn Ferdie and
' Lillian Sutta. Trustees.
1 E 1 I FIRST 1 SEDER
IS
APRIL
9
Place your I Maniscfiewifz 1 Passover order NOW
THE
RAVIOLI
SMILE
REAL
ITALIAN
TA'ArvU
That's what gets the smiles
when you serve Chef Boy-
Ar-Dee*Cheese Ravioli. Kids
think it's party food. So what
Is Ravioli? Well, it's like
kreplachtasty little maca-
roni pies with zippy cheese
Jn the middle. Then sim-
mered in thick tomato and
cheese sauce. M-m-m it's a
rnechayeh! Only about 20#
per serving.
Maxwell House Passover Tradition
Funny how some things be-
come traditional over the years.
Maxwell House Coffee is one of
them, because Maxwell House's
"good to the last drop" flavor
never varies it's a lot like an
old friend that's always nice to
have around. And what better
time to show your guests that you
care during the holidays.
Yes, it's good to know that even
in the fast-paced 'VYs, Jewish
homemakcrs can still turn to A
time-proven product like Maxwell
House Coffee.
Available in both instant and
regular, koshcr-for-Passover Mix-
well House is the traditional way
to greet your guests every day of
Passover.
The South Florida Chapter of the Florida Planning and Zon-
ing Association honored its vice president, Rose Gordon, at
its recent installation banguet. Mrs. Gordon, chairman of the
City of Miami Planning and Zoning Board and vice president
oi the Miami Board of Realtors, was presented with Council's
special resolution recognizing her public service by Frank
Stearns, (left) past president of the Council and outgoing
Council President, John E. Vinsant, (right) director of the
Coral Gables Planning and Zoning Department.
Is it true that the
man who invented
the sandwich had
a hig mouth?
No. He just knew good food and-
was a natural matchmaker.
You can be too.
Just put your favorite
sandwich filling on any of the
August Bros, breads or
rolls. They're baked in an;
imported Israeli oven.
^"ggjgMMWn^.
gust
ros.
It's August all year 'round

i

PASSOVER MEALS ARE TASTIER.
with these delicious puie fruit products.
Bring home a tempting variety.
for the holidays.
APRICOT
APPLE
PRUNE
JUICE -
?rom the first Seder
until the end of Passover,
these delectables
are appetizing and
wholesome for your
, holiday meals. \
They include Mott's
sparkling Apple Juice
and zestful Apple Sauce.
AlsoSunsweet Prune Juice
and Cooked Prunes,
coth flavor rich and naturally
right for family "regularity."
MOTT'S & SUN SWEET
Ctiiifi*J*oi)itr and tent lot foisovir1
TRADITIONAL FOR PASSOVER
nosh niM


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+Jewlshfh*l Friday. March 26. 1971
Southeastern Region Of US\
Convention At Camp Ocala
, _,, Dr Howard oso- of Tempfe Dean Of U-M Law School To
Israei, Orlando, chairman, and $ ^ Af Temp|e Breakfast
Judge Arthur Wtaton d*** V, Frederick 1> Lewte, I>
ah' Tth,Son* YouStom- .hi Univerty of Miami Uw
!';'" the scholar- School, will be the featured
on' '';;;' ^ht "svsnn- ernl themonthlj breakfast meet-
ship awards foi ti ........., ,. ,h nt^tu,.,-\......i
mer programs
Russ a.
Camp Ocal i will be the site of
the 20th annual Convention of
Southeast R^cion United Syna-
gogue Youth this weekend when
more than repre-
senting the Conservative Congre-
gations of the seven southern
states, will convene for three days
of study, prayer, soci il and busi-
ness sessions.
Convention chairman Janet
Sherman of B'nai Israel Congrega-
tion, St. Petersburg, reports that
the theme will be "The Joys of
Jewish Folklore." The delegates
will discuss the values of Yiddish
terms and culture of the past in
comparison to the values J 'wish
teenagers In America hold today.
The keynote addn -- w 111 I
livered by Abraham J. Gittelson,
education director of Beth Torah
Congregation, North Mi mi Beach,
and in of the Commission
on Jewish Education ol the S lUth-
east Regi n Unil I Syna i
A rica.
The theme will be explored
through sessions and programs un-
der the guidance of the educational j
staff, which will include Mr. Git-
telson, Mark Loeb, director of
ATID. the college-age department
of the Metropolitan New York
m; R ''') Michael Monson,
director of the Hillel Foundation
ol the University >f Florida; R
bi [rwin Cutler. Agudath Israel
Cor- imery, Ala.,
: Bern trd Shoter, Ti mpl
Sh ilon Sarasol S
St idtler, a studenl
in the c imbined program ol I i-
lumbia University and the Je>
Theological Seminary in N< v
York: Mrs Dorothv Gru< n. di
of Youth Activil ies al Beth
To: in, North Mi m
h; Came.- R| : w Ij
M ini I's T 'mple Zi in; C intor B
ZIO
ABRAHAM GITTELSON
Adlcr of Temple Beth El, West
Palm Beach, and Irving Kuttler.
Religious via president of Beth
Torah.
The administrative and technical
ts an being handled by How-
ard Kauf nan ol Temple Beth
Sholom, Hollywood, and the Fri-
day ami Saturday evening pro-
grams by Randj Kapl in of Aha-
Achim Congregation, Atlanta.
Gi .; c invi ni ion cochairmen.
0 ol ill" highlights of the
in "ill !'' ihe ipening rally
ol the Sub-Regions in tlie form
ol a Yiddish and Israel: song fes-
I \ l The open i ntation of
the ih me ill be in the forn
irep ired n Bernsteli
if Beth Toi ih Coi i Tie
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Use Icy Point Bluerack R^n Salmon for p,:rty snacks
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seasoned lightly with red wine vinegar and served with
sliced raw Bermuda onions).
Icy Point Bi.ueback Red Salmon is low in calories, too
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and|ing sponsored by the Brotherhood
,i Temple Beth Sholom, Sund ij
n i :;n a.m. in the auditorium of
be chanted on Friday evening bj
Fran Glushakow of Temple Me-
norah; Judy Kulansky of Temple
Ner Tamid, the Regional USY
.in. will deliver her fare-
well address during the Sabbath
luncheon. She was recently elected I
second vice president of Interna-
tional USY. The Sabbath program
,vitl conclude with the tradition il
Havdaiah ceremony chanted by In-
itial pn sidenl Larry Bur-
rows of Beth Torah Congregation.
The main business Saturday evi -
ning will be the election of officers
for 1971-1972, David Morris of St,
Petersburg, is unopposed for the|
rjonal president. Rich
Neurohr >l Atlanta's candidacj
for vice president is not contesti
The delegates will also be enter-
tained with a "folk rock" pro-
gram pre* nted by Mindy Kopolow
and .1 ickie Koblenz of Miami.
Sidnej Kaplan of Ahavath Achim .
i\r Atlanta, Ca., i
chairman of th i Regional Youthj
Commission, will induct thn e m w
affiliates into the USY organiza-
tion: B'nai Israel Congregation,
Pensaco! i, Fl i ; Temple Beth El,
Dalton, Ga.: nd Sh Ith [si
ition, Atlanta, Ga, The
Southeast I'.eyion now has 36 con-
gregations with 51 chapters and
1,172 members from Fl
gia, Ala m S irolina. Ten-
nessee, '..oils: in I and Puerto P..
During Sunday morning'!
tuch, director ol the
Department ol Youth Activities ol
.... 5, i: ; m and conven-
tion director, will discharge the
Old oil.cis and induct the new
n the installation
mony. Larry Burrows and David
Abramowitz will report on
n ,- at trip to Brussels as
.,, World Conference on
Jewry, al the concluding
- -- on.
the temple, 4144 Chase Am.. Mi-
ami Bench, according to an an-
nouncement by Martin J. St<
Brothel hood president
m Fair, program chairman,
nnounccd that D:-. Lewis will
spo ik on "New Dynamics In Law,''
the meeting, which is open to
the general public for a nominal
Both Sholom s
Brotherhood sponsors the temple's
i Activ Iti Program,
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Friday. March 26. 1971
fJewlst, Moridfidtr
Page 5-C
I.

Mrs. Ida Vinik's name was chosen from over 7,500 entries in
the recent "Win-a-Free-Trip to Israel" contest offered by
American Savings in conjunction with the dedication of the
new office a! 1200 Lincoln Rd. Since she lives just one block
from the American Savings office, officials paid a surprise
visit to her home, to tell Mrs. Vinik of the good news. Miss
Flo Alexander, (left) representative of Eastern Airlines, and
Morris N. Broad, president of the Savings tion are shewn with Mrs. Vinik, whose transportation will be
provided by Eastern Airlines from Miami to New York, and
on El Al Airlines to Israel, courtesy of Zenith Tours.
Friedman Member Of Alumni Council
Howard A. Friedman. Project
Coordinator Moterologist with tii
National Oceanic ind Atmospheric
Administration's Miami based Re-
search Flight Facility, has re-
cently become a member of the
New Vork University Alumni Coun-
cil on Admissions.
Mr. Friedman, a member of the
Board of Directors o( the Hebrew
Academy of Greater Miami and
the Way and Means Chairman of
the sen ioI's PTA organization, who
will he serving in an advisory ca-
pacity in the Miami area in b:'-
half of the Director of Admis-
sions of the New York University
will interview prospective students.
who are interested in attending
in..... more of the many branches
if the University, and their parents.
Mr. Friedman, who holds B.A.
and M.S. degrees from N.Y.I' is
presently a graduate student at
the University of Miami.
Super-Soup?
Auxiliary Meeting Tuesday
Greater Miami Women's Auxili-
ary Of the Jewish Home for the
v..i d (Douglas Gardensi will hold
liar meeting Tuesday at 12:30
n.m. in the Algiers Hotel follow-
in: its luncheon. Mrs. Lawrence
i.Sharp Silverman, president of
the auxiliary, will preside. Mrs
Martha Gre< nberger, Donor Proj-
ect chairman, will give the invo-
cation. All chairmen will give their
reports and book project awards
will he presente 1.
w LOVERS
are switching to
SWEE-TOUCH-NEE
#. Because Swec-Touch-Ncc
Tea has quality, it is more
fragrant, more satisfying.
Make Swcc-Touch-Nce
your cup of tea ... it is so
refreshing, so delightful, so
much better, yet it costs no
more. Try it! Buy it...at all
good food stores.
Mild-mannered Mrs. Adler .
.'yet she can do more with one
touch than the "giants" with
'II their armies of commercial
hefs. If that isn't super soup.
>fchat is? Onion, Mushroom,
.Tomato, Vegetable, Cabbage.
Potato, and New England Fish
Chowder. All super. All Kosher
.for Passover.
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AIN'T GOT
NO SUGAR.
KOSHER FOR PASSOVER
Non-Fattening No-Cat is Pan* and certified Kosher
for Passover by Rabbi Solomon B. Shapire.and
Rabbi Samuel Orenstein.
TOR INFORMATION CALL SODA CHAPTERS,
(30.>) 6914)231"
For over thirty-five years, families
have been relying on Planters Oil
for all their Kosher cooking.
On Passover and all year through.
They like it because it's pure,light and
polyunsaturated. So the true taste
of the food comes through. Try
this traditional Passover recipe
and see what we mean. Cook it \\ ith
Kosher and Parve Planters Oil.
And Happy Passover.
Chopped Chicken Livers
Vi cup Planters Oil
Vz cup diced onion
1 lb. chicken livers, broiled
1 hard-cooked egg
1 teaspoon salt
l/i teaspoon pepper
Heat Planters Oil in a heavy skillet;
add diced onion and saute until
transparent, for about 5 minutes.
Allow to cool in skillet. Grind or chop
together chicken livers, egg
and the entire contents of the skillet.
Stir in salt and pepper. Chill until
ready to serve. Makes about
1 Vi cups. Serve as hors doeuvres,
on lettuce or toast points.
A Passover
^ecip<
t\\f
from tns
Passover Oil
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*Jmislhnt***r
Friday. March 26, 1971
Max Jakobson Is Finland's
Nominee For Top U.N. Post
i ition, it covers everything
: is to h ven d for a r r-
:,t solution, for thi- estab-
i. >n1 of a Jusl and lasting
pi ," he said.
"Whal about the conflicting In-
i- tations which have b 1n
; to tiiis n solution?" I asked.
II is true,' he replied, "that
i are diffi n ni Interpretations,
but these will be overcome
through negotiations. This is where
Dr. Jarring's mission comes in. I
am not underestimating the dif-
ficulty. I still think one cannot
dismiss this resolution because it
has become the [joint of view of
the entire international commun-
ity on the Middle East. It is a sort
ol guideline for all of us in our
approach to the Middle East, so
that in a sense it has already
achieved something quite impor-
tant. Indeed, there has never been
such a unified attitude, such a
unified view of the problem
adopted by virtually the whole in-
ternational community."
1 turned to his candidacy and
asked whether he would be amen-
able to the post of Secretary-Gen-
era). Pausing a moment as if to
consider carefully what to say. he
responded with a "Well, of course,
now that the Finnish government
has started a process of consulta-
. tior.s with other governments on
this question and has put forward
my name In these consultations,
naturally it implies that it makes
me available ."
I then referred to Secretary-
O nil Thant's recent statement
to the effect that the choice of
tht next U.N. chief should not be
Spi i ific geographical or regional
representations but rather on the
qualities of the man. "Do you con-
CU1 in this view?" I asked.
' "A is an important principle."
bson replied, "well and very
wi ly supported in the U.N. that
th office of the Secretary-Gen-
eral should not be subject to ro-
tation among regional groups, fa
that -ens.." he added, "it is not
comparable to, let's say, the pres-
idency "t thi Ass mbly and many
I that kind which
, w become the subject to
Ion and are in fact
filled by a method through which
the regional groups really agree
among themselves on a candidate
who Is t!vn ultimately accepted
by all the others.
"It would change the character
of the Secretary-General." he con-
tinued, "if such regional consider-
ations would apply to his selec-
tion. The quality of the individual
is supposed to be taken into ac-
count in all the different elections
in the U.N. combined with the
principle of rotation, but, in the
case of the Secretary-General, the
principle of rotation does not ap-
ply."
In his reply to my question on
how his country has managed to
maintain a state of neutrality in
the face of so many European con-
flicts, and how it is different from
other neutrals, he noted that ev-
ery country which has passed
through neutrality must find its
own policy to suit the conditions
which prevail in that particular
part of the world and relating to
Serve Yuban Coffee If s
General Foods' Premium
Don't settle for "second best"
on this holiday because that
old adage about coffee "crowning"
a great meal is still true. And your
r;uests deserve the best Yuban,
the premium coffee made by Gen-
eral Foods.
When vou smell Yuban's deep,
rich coffee aroma, you know you're
serving the bet money can buy.
because Yuban uses premium Co-
lumbian beans carefully mel-
lowed to perfection. And Kosher-
for-Passover Yuban Coffee is avail-
able in both regular and instant.
So top off every festive Passover
meal with Yuban.
the interests and situation of the
country concerned. "I don't think
that you will find the many coun-
tries which call themselves neu-
! tral to be alike. There are no
identical twins. Each one has a
different character," he said.
Discussing a proposed Confer-
ence on European Security, Am-
bassador Jakobson pointed to the
vital role which Finland could play
in this regard. "I think that our
unique contribution to such a con-
ference is baseJ on the fact that
we do have good relations with ev-
ery country concerned, including
the two Germanys. In that sense,"
he declared, "Finland can, for in-
stance, serve as a host in a man-
ner that will make it possible for
all participants, whatever their
differences, to feel that they will
be treated in an equal manner and
with strict objectivity."
Before joining the Foreign Serv-
ice in 1953, Max Jakob*, n was a
journalist. His first post was that
of press attache to the Embassy
of Finland in Washington. D.C.
Returning to Helinski in 1958. he
was appointed chief of the press
department at the Ministry of
Foreign Affairs. In 1962 he was
appointed Director of Political At-
fairs at the Ministry until 1965
when he was designated the Am-
bassador of Finland to the U.N.
He has authored several books, in-
cluding "Finnish Neutrality"
(Praeger 1969) and "The Diplo-
macy of the Winter War" i Harv-
ard University Press. 1960).
Making a payment on the Golden Ring Club No. 3. Miami
Beach, pledged towards a room in the new South Florida
Medical Center in Beersheba, Israel, are from left, (seated
Morris Ehrlich, vice president; Edward Tumaroff, director,
Israel Histadrut Council; Leon Kaufman, president; (stand-
ing) Jacob Goldsmith, secretary; Samuel Epner. treasurer;
Rose Fein, cashier, and Harry Minker, financial secretary.
i
Workmen's Circle Holding Memorial Services April 7
Workmen's Circle Branch 1064.
of North Dade and Broward Coun-
ty, "will not forget." Its memorial
services marking the 28th anni-
Rabbi Kingsley To Attend
Rabbi Ralph P. Kingsley, spirit-
ual leader of Temple Sinai of North
Dade, will attend the March Board
Meeting of the Central Conference
of American Rabbis in New York.
Rabbi Kingsley was recently elec-
j ted to the Board, which is the gov-
', erning body of America's nearly
1.000 Reform Rabbis.
versary of the Warsaw Ghetto Up.
rising will be held at 7:30
p.m. Wednesday, April 7. in th?
Washington Federal auditorium.
633 NE 167th St., North Miam.
Beach.
Rabbi David Shapiro of Tempi?
Sinai, Hollywood, and Sam Milner,
will be the main speakers. Mem-
bers of Branch 1064 who were im-
prisoned in concentration c
will conduct the candlelight ing
services. The choral group, -in! f
the direction of Herman Klein, ...
present songs of the ghetto
tosHOWtf
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? Egg Matzos
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? Matzo Farfel
? Matzo Meal
? Matzo Cake Meat
D Matzo Cereal
(

CAKE MIXES
? Sponge Cake Mix
D Chocolate Cake Mix
? Coffee Cake Mix ,
D Yellow Cake Mix
? Marble Cake Mix
? Honey Cake Mix
? Pound Cake Mix
? Chocolate Chiffon Cake Mix
? Marble Chiffon Cake Mix .
? Honey Chiffon Cake Mix '
? Chocolate Brownie Mix
? Coconut Macaroon Mix
? Chocolate Macaroon Mix
D Chocolate Frosting Mi*
CAKES, COOKIES.
D Fruit Cuts
Q Mandel Cuts
? Marble Mandel Cuts'
? Choc. Chip Mandel Loaf
O Fruit Filled Mandel Loaf
chewrtt
? Marble Mandel Loaf
O Cinnamon Raisin Mandel Loaf
D Macaroons, Almond Flavor
? Macaroons, Chocolate Flavor
? Macaroons, Coconut
D Macaroons, Honey t
? Macaroons, Hazelnut
D Chocolate Covered Macaroor
? Fancy Cookies
? Egg Kichel
D Assorted Dietetic Cookies'
SOUPS, BORSCHT
? Chicken Soup, Clear
D Chicken Soup, Matzo Balls
D Beef-Cabbage Soup
? Borscht
D Borscht, Low Calorie)
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GEFILTE FISH
? Gefilte Fish, Liquid Broth
? Fishlets
D Gefilte Fish, Jelled Broth'
? Whitefish-Pike, Liquid Broth
D Whitefish-Pike, Jelled Broth
? Gefilte Fish, Home-Style
D WTiitefishf ike.HMDfrStvIo
PRESERVES
G Strawberry
OCherry
? Raspberry
D Peach
Product under strict Rabbinfeaf MMrVMon. Cggfejja on request.
C Grape .
D Pineapple
PRODUCTS OF ISRAEL"1
? Jaffa Orange Ma.-malad
D Grapefruit Marmalade ,
O Sweet Lemon Marmalade
CANNED FRUITS. JUICES
? Sliced Peaches
? Fruit Cocktail j
G Bartlett Pears
C Apple Sauce
D Cranberry Sauce
? Stewed Prunes t
G Fruit Compote
D Apple Juice ,
? Prune Juice
G Tomato Juice
GROCERIES, CONDIMENTS
Q Potato Pancake Mix
G Potato Starch
G Mandlen for Soup
G Matzo Balls, Canned
G Kosher Pickles.
G Catsup;"
i: Tomato Mushroom Sauce
G Honey
G Coffee
t Tea Bags
G Jellied Fruit Slices
G Assorted hard candies
G Griddle Cake Mix
G Matzo Ball Soup Mix
G Cleanser
BABY FOODS
G Heart (Strained or Chopped)
G Veal (Strained or Chopped)
O Liver (Strained or Chopped)
G Beef (Strained or Chopped)
D Chicken (Strained or Chopped)


Friday, March 26. 1971
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Rabbi-Teacher Writes Book After Retiring
i
i
What does a master teacher and
dedicated spiritual leader do af-
ter retirement? The answer is
Obvious^ He writes a book.
No exception to this rule is the
Case of Rabbi David. L. Zielonka,
who returned to the University
of Tampa recently to witness
commencement exercises for the
first time in 40 years as an on-
looker.
Six months earlier, his dual re-
tirement climaxed a combined to-
tal of almost SO years of service
B.- a founding faculty member of
1 .- l"'i:\vrsity and as leader ol
Tampa's Congregation Schaarai
Zedek 'Gates or Righteousness).
On campus his was the happy
forte ( f building bridges to sur-
mount walls of prejudice and mis-
understanding. He exerted a
steadying influence in helping to
guide the private, liberal arts col-
lege through the vicissitudes of
depression and demonstrations:
war and wju.it; challenges and
change.
During his tenure on the faculty,
which began in 1931. he headed
the Department of Sociology for
18 years, established the Depart-
ment of Philosophy and directed
it for lour years, and founded the
Department of Roligion which he
chaired until his retirement.
Simultaneously, he was earning
distinction as the full-time rabbi
for Schaarai Zedek Synagogue and
giving hundreds of hours each
year to humanitarian and welfare
work in the community.
Asked to name the academic ex-
perience which gives him the
greatest Joy, the response is
prompt: "All of my students who
return to report their achieve-
ments." His dark eyes glow as he
thinks of all who have done so.
Marie Isobel Swingley. class of
'53, is one wfco recalls taking ev-
ery course Zielonka taught.
"I was impressed by his great
knowledge, not only of Judaism.
but also of all religion. He has the
knack of conversing with his stu-
dents rather thin lecturing. He is
intellectual without being lofty,"
A i>araplegic, Marie is now office
manager for the Easter Seal So-
ciety of HUlsborough County.
Son of a rabbi (Dr. Martin Ziel-
Onkal and father of a rabbi (David
M. Zielonkai. the leader of Tam-
pa's Reform temple is true to his
own faith while stoutly defending
the rights of others and encour-
aging them to be equally stead-
fast.
An ordained Methodist minister.
Dr. Willis J. Dunn, followed Rabbi
Zielonka as chairman of the uni-
versity's Sociology Department.
Of his long time friend and as-
sociate, Dr. Dunn says, "Early in
our association I learned he never
had any intention of compromising
his values. Nor did he expect any
other person to compromise his."
Very much the same sentiment
Is expressed by Aurobindo J. Jani,
native of Valem, Gujarat State,
India, and assistant professor of
Psychology at the University of
Tampa.
A practicing Hindu marching to
yet another drumbeat. Dr. Jani
refers to Rabbi Zielonka as "a
loving man of faith." He explains
further. "In the final analysis,
I Faith is the Man."
A comparative newcomer to the
University of Tampa campus,
Father Leo Van den Oetelaar,
6-T., chaplain of the Newman
Center, has high praise for his
confrere.
"I can appreciate the many fine
qualities of this gentle man. This
does not mean that he never pro-
vokes contradiction. He is strong,
but his respect for others prevents
clashes and makes them feel wise
and good. To be at one time a rock
in the surging tide of change, and
at the same time a kind and un-
derstanding guide of youth, is a
tribute to the eternal values of
the religious tradition."
In Tampa, his great humanitar-
ian efforts have not gone unno-
ticed. In 1965 he was el cted
president of the Family Services
Association; in 1969, he received
the fourth Hannah G.' Solomon
award from the Tampa section of
the National Council of Jewish
Women. In 1963. his synagogue
sponsored a trip to Israel for him
and Mrs. Zielonka. where he at-
tended the opening of Hebrew
Union College Biblical and Arche-
ological School in Jerusalem. He
is an alumnus of Hebrew Union
College, class of '29.
In 1946, when he addressed the
graduating class at the University
of Tampa, he received the honorary
ceived the George Truman HunterI Education and Recreation. Dr. Ad*
award as the faculty member who ams confesses that he feels for his
made the most outstanding con-lmenter the veneration older cuU
tribution to the University. tures reserved for teachers.
RABBI DAVID ZIELONKA
dedicated their issue of "The Mo-
roccan." the college yearbook, to
him as "a man to admire, to emu-
L.H.D. degree. The class of 1949 late and to love." In 1965, he re-
At the 1938 Homecoming, he re-
I the University Alumni As-
sociation award as the outstand-
ing faculty member with more
than five years of service. At the
Honors Convocation in May. 1970.;
just prior to his ret rement, a
plaque was pri sented to him by
University president David M.
Delo "in recognition of -
unselfish, de licated Instruction an l
many other contributions and serv-
ices cheerfully rendered to the
institution.''
But his greatest claim to fame
lies in the hearts of students, past
and present, who remember him
with such great admiration. One
of those knows him both as an un-
dergraduate and as a fellow fac-
ulty member.
In June, 1935, Miller K. Adams
led the first U-T commencement
procession. Now chairman of the
Department of Health, Physical
"Rabbi Zi< lonka has that I
for ent i that sets him
naster. Then Dr. Ad-
i I Is thi supreme tribute. "In
ything a boy
I want father."
r.i \ if El
Pa- i, T his wife, the f >r
C .-. a cl iss n te of
his luate days at the
Universi ol Cincinnati, are th*
parents f two sons David. I
rabbi, and Dr. Carl Zielonka, a
practicing dentist in Tampa.
Asked !> >it the book he I?
writing. Rabbi Zielonka confesses
that one tends to procrastinate
when a demanding schedule S
eased. Pressed for details, he ex
plains that the tentative title,
"Rabbi On Horseback." refers to
the almost incredible experiences
his father, Martin, faced as a cir
cuit-riding rabbi for a wide seg-
ment of Texas.
Your matzo
never had it
1
Breaks/one
When you sit down to enjoy a crisp matzo,
it's nice to know that Breakstone won't
break up a good thing.
So this Passover, butter your matzo,
COttage-cheese it, slather it with sour cream, or
make it more tempting wit!h Temp-Tee
whipped cream cheese.
Then, go right on spreading Breakstone
throughout the year. (Not to mention mixing,
scooping and dipping.)
Kosher for Passover: Creamed Cottage Cheese, California
Style Cottag* Cheese, Tiny Soft Curd Cottage Cheese.
Pot Style Cottage Cheese, Farmer Cheese, Temp-ie*
Whipped Cream Cheese, Sour Cream, Sweet Whipped*
Sweet PrintSutter. Certified by Rabbi Jacob Cohen,
prinf Valley, N.Y.
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Friday. March 26. 197]
Miami Happenings
i ieetge Mmoa il l !i or Si-
r I Mi I Haber,
(;! r;..-.11 Mortga I in-
Co. p es I li nt of
S F. M. B. A., d "R< i!
Sj .1 ca-
tii, M ir h meeting of
South Floi ida Mori
'iation. Mi S m i
... nt ol the Ass icia-
the Miami Board of
R iltors, won the "Broker of
Year" award for 1939. Jack
Marrj ol Planned Services, Inc.
1 the contents of the
h i: surance Program pres-
u* .1 by members of the
Ass ciation. Arrangements for
meeting were handled by
Ronald Ami's of Transconti-
"i! Mortgage Co. vice presi-
and program chairman of
the Association.
Leonard Lowy, administrator
ol the School of Tutoring, 14744
NE 6th An'., has announced a
n< w schedule of classes in Miami
Orlando to help students
ill,' Florida State Examina-
i on i" become licensed pest
control operators. Doug Palmer
and P*red Dirhl arc the in-truc-
-
Food Fair Store*, Inc., which
s 55 'it markets and
i. m Fields discount depart-
> stores in 16 states, reported
s and .' irnin s gains for the
. quarter and first half of
tin1 fiscal year.
Pircui* Court Jiirtge Milton A.
I rinlman has been appointed by
Distrid Grand Lodge No. 5.
B'nai B'rith, as chief justice of
courts of appeals for the m
i ncompassi -.
jack SchiUrnger, president of
tli" Board of Director- ol Unil 'd
ebral Palsy of Mi mi, has an-
ic thai l'('P will air a 19-
hour Telethon from the Miami
h Auditorium on Saturday
and Sunday, Apr l 17-18. Veter-
an TV st::- Dennis Ja*nes will I
emcee the show; Wl DC-TV Ch.
3 will br' id ast the even! li\
from 11 p.m. Saturday thn
6 p.m. Sund j,
so) Frankel, president of Per-
shing Auto Le isln Inc has an-
nounced the appointment of
Charles Blumberg as flecl serv-
ice control! -. U ider his direc-
tion. Pe shing is inaugurating
an automotive vehicle mainten- I
ance contiol program which will I
insure thai eaoh vehicle is given
the necessary preventive main-
tenance t i avoid mechanical
problems.
Temple Sinai To Hold Four
Model Seders For Students
The Religious School of Temple
Sinai ol North Dade will conduct
model seicrs for its religious
school students next week.
Sunday School students in kin-
dergarten through third grade will
participate in a creative Passovei
experience during which the sym-
bols, songs and story of Passover
will be n told by Rabbi Kingsley
and the school children Sundaj
morning; individual class s lers
will be conducted along sbnil ir
lines during the mid-week Hebrew
school classes. Murray Sissclman,
principal of Temple Sinai's Re-
ligious School has announ v I,
Post And Auxiliary
Installing Officers
When ., re rul ir mi e1 n if K
: ,.m i ? Post 681, was
,.-,! recentlj al Temple Tifei eth
th new Ij lected C >m-
Icr, Stanlej l poinl -d
the fo officers for 1971-7 '
ler, David Goldberg,
chaplain; Pasl Con
Silvcrman, quartermaster; Pasl
Commander, William R. Sydeman,
adjutant.
';'h | : i> of the Auxiliarj me1
recentlj to r'eel their officers for
the c iming >>>. Chos m to l id
the group for 1971-72 were Mrs.
Pi pi Haengel. president; M i
Sydel Levitch and Mrs. Eve De
Young, vice presidents: Mrs. Syl-
via Levy, treasurer; Rae Ehrlich.
chaplain: Gert Beck, patriotic In-
structress; Sheila Soskel conduct-
ress; Zelda Glass, historian; Louise
Levine, guard.
Eva Winer, Sadyc Leibowitz, and
Kay Lingaton were named as
trustees. Lil Newman, recording
secretary; and Bertha Click, cor-
responding secretary.
A joint Post-Auxiliary install i-
tion of new officers will take place
at TemDle Tifereth Jacob Satur-
day at 7:30 p.m.
Frid
Mr. and Mrs. David Rothman (lefl) were presented with a
plaque on the occasion of the establishment of a Woodland
in the Baal Shem Tov Forest. Israel, Congregation Kneseth
Israel section. They are shown with David Eisenjtein presi-
dent of the congregation, and Rabbi David Lehrheld.
Monthly Birthday Party For Residents Of Home
The ('.cater Miami Women's j will welcome the gu
Auxiliary of the Jewish Home fot *rill b, Mrs SUverman, S; Ivi .
.. tnel .1 ic bs, Sarah
the Aged will host its ,, t ,, .. .... ,
-ill-day party for the residents Devenoe, Fannie Broad, Ray Si
Sunday, al 1:30 p.m. In Douglas Mrs Frances Makovskj p
h rn in, has irranged ft
Mrs Lawrence (Sharii Silver- stylist, accompanied al thi
man, presldenl of the auxiliary bj Helen Skolnik,
\
Gardi ns' Rubj Au litorium, 151
NE 52nd St,
Pesacb Slioppiii"
Calls For Mott's,
Sunsweel Products
n ou mm-c up \ i ir shop-
; -t for i sso\. lon'l for-
gi t t'.i add fine quality Mol I
lucts.
For i \ i j le, w hat ch '< n or
. ,. n
ist-qui nr]-\-

[or a del
' yo
t's Apri-
. Sunsv
Juice .. or Mol t's
pecial i ste-
i
i ail juices,
And speaking about health, Jew-
ish families have long made Sun-
S eel Prune Juice and Sunsweet
plump, tender cooked prunes a
refUlai part of their wake-up rou-
tine and that includes holidays.
When it cinifs to variety in des-
serts, you can count on the folks
at Mott's to come up with some
real mouth-watering ideas like
Mott's Fruit Treats. Mott's makes
their fruit treat in several
mouth-watering flavors includ-
ing apples with apricots rasp-
berries and strawberries and
chunky apples with pineapple and
cherries. And all are kosher for
Passover, naturally.
Rabbi Soloveichik,
Rabbi Bialik and many
prominent Rabbis bake
Shmurah matzos at Streit's
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QUALITY PRODUCT OF '
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SEATTLE, WASHINGTON
Produced under strict Rabbinical supervision. Certificate on request.
Inspection by these prominent Rabbis
guarantees Streit's Passover matzos are
being made in accordance with the rigid
precepts of Kashruth.
The strict observation of the Law, the
traditional purification of the ovens and
special vessels used, and the ritual baking
of the Passover matzos assure even the
most learned, most reverent Jews that
they may partake of Streit's Passover
matzos with confidence.
The Streit brothers, Irving and Jack, ex-
press for the entire Streit family the wish
that, "they may share-as their father
and his father before him-the Kovod
derived, more precious than the gold of
Ophir, knowing that Streit matzos will
again play the significant role in the Pass-
over ceremony as they have for over half
a century."
Streit's has everything Kosher For Pass-
over! Matzos, Egg Matzos, Matzo Meal,
Cake Mixes (with baking pans), Mandel
Loaf (fruit filled or cinnamon raisin),
low calorie French Dressing, Dessert Jcl
(the Kosher Jel without gelatin), Dietetic
Kichel (approximately 12 calories per
serving), Fruit Slices, Cakes, Brownies.
Macaroons, Potato Pancake Mixes and
many more food products.

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Friday. March 26, 1971
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Gefiite fish like mother
used to make.
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Phil Cohen (left) presents a check for SI.000 representing the
proceeds from the second annual charity ball sponsored by
Single Parents of Miami Beach recently at the Fontainebleau
Hcte! to Saul Zabel, Southeast Regional Director of Shaare
Ze-dek Hospital of Jerusalem. Cathi A. Taylor and Milt Litt-
man (light were cochairmen.
Library Calls For Return Of Books
["he Central Jewish Library of
the of Jewish Education
has issued c II for the return of
bo s b irrou i d according to Leon-
ard Zilbert, president of the Bur-
eau, which i- now preparing to
rim o I i the new Federation
Building at 42nd Street and Bis-
e;i> no Boulevard.
The Bureau's Central Library
low cont lins over 14,000 volumi <
II. brew, English, and Yiddish.
I' culates over 17,00 I h ks n
year to 12.0 0 b irrowi rs but wish-
es to move the entire library col-
'< ci ion to lhe new building.
lit additions In the I:
including contemporary Jewish fic-
tion, history, Jewish thought, He-
brew language and literature, the-
ory and practice of education, and
juvenile literature, make thi Bui
can library the largest Jewish li-
bi ary south ol Baltimore.
Mrs. Anna Sintow i- the librar-
] he Librai j Commit I e with
Mrs. Joseph Duntov as chairman,
includes Mrs. Joseph Abelow, Dr.
Sigmund Fogler, Rabbi Morris A.
Kipper, Mrs. David Muskat, and
Dr. Isaac Unl 'rman.
S
Only if your mother made great gefiite fish.
When it comes to gefilte fish,
Mother's knows best. Traditional Old-
Fashioned. New, Sweet Old World.
Whitefish and Yellow Pike. All Whitefish.
All slow-simmered. All incomparably
delicious. And now, all in jars with
easy-open, twist-off-on caps. Or cans.
Mother's also makes the finest Mar-
garine. Borscht, Schav and Matzo Balls.
FOR SALT-FREE DIETS! Only Mother's
makes Unsalted Gefiite Fish! Also
Unsalted Borscht and Soft or Stick
Margarine. All Pareve and Kosher for
Pdssover.
MOTHER'S, a Division of Vita Food Products, Inc., Newark, N.J. 07105
Corn Relish Joins
H. J. Heinz Family
Hi .ii' U.S.A., a division of the
\\. J. Heinz Company, announces a
new member in the Relish family
Corn Relish, bearing the tU) of
fthe Union of Orthodox Jewish Con-
gregations of America.
This delicious Relish joins the
other Heinz Relishes, which are
also kosher Sweet, India. Hoi
Dog, Green Tomato Piccalilli, Gen-
uine DiU, Hamburger, Sweel Bar-
becue and Onion.
Corn, vinegar, onions, rod and
I en peppecs and spices are com-
bined to make an excellent, subtly-
spiced C'>vn Relish.
Available in 8%-ounee barrel-
shaped jars with wood grain la-
bels, Corn Relish is perfect as an
accompaniment for pastrami, meat
loaf, roast beef and a host of
othei foods.
It's not hotng "corny'' to list this
outstanding relish as an Important
condiment to have on hand.
When its after school nosh time.

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Look Back And Forward
Rabbi Malavsky
RABBI MORTON MALAVSKY
Temple Beth Shalom. Hollywood
We are, scripture wise, between
the second and third books of the
Bible last Sabbath, the Bjok
of Exodus was
completed, next
Sabbath, the
Book of Leviti-
cus will start.
This should bo
a reminder for
us to look back
and to look for-
ward.
When we look ;
back, we should
se accom-'
plishments, esti-
mate the degree
of success and failure and
evaluate the significance of the
present.
In the last book of the Bible we
witnessed the creation and formuli-
2a t ion of a Jewish people. Now.
we prepare to crystalize the man-
ner in which this people was to
live, worship, regard its clergy,
properly administer the tempi'.''
affairs and thus become a well-
rounded nation.
Through our law giver. Moses,
we were the recipients of the blue-
print of living and soon, through
Aaron and his assistant-, we re-
ceived instructions regarding wor-
ship procedure, sacrifices and oth-j
er pertinent data revolving around
the temple function.
It. then, becomes quite clear
that in order to truly remember,
observe and follow the command-
ments given us, there must be a
formalized avenue of worship. The
walls of a temple are not neces-
sarily the most conducive or the
preatest guarantee of feeling the
.impact of cooperative worship, bill
the spirit that permeates the tem-
ple, the tradition that exists there-
in and the close feeling that one
can receive to Godliness as an all
eround, unified group of elements I
. those make for meaningful and!
heartfelt worship.
The psalmist said, "The earth is
the Lord's and the fullness there-
of." During our span on earth, the
land is held for us in trust to
make of it a Garden of Eden. We,
then, turn over to our successors
cither a Garden of Eden or a bar-
ren desert.
Of course, it is within our power
to decide through our efforts
. which we will leave as a leg-
acy. The same, the very same,
holds true with the Torah, the tem-
ple, the synagogue, religious up-
bringing and education.
It is within our power to culti-
vate, nurture, develop and cause
these potentially beautiful aspects
of religious life to have a strong
impact upon us and upon those
who come after us or, we can
leave to our successors an inheri-
tance of nothingm si
Which shall it be?
Services at Temple
Israel To Be Aired
Fridays On WTMI
The Sabbath Eve broadcast of
the worship services at Temple
Israel of Greater Miami returns to
the air Friday at 8:15 p.m. over
radio stition WTMI-FM formerly
WKAT-FM.
Th?> new management of WTMI.
committed to classical music and
other broadcasts of a cultural na-
ture, has arranged its program-
ming so that the complete service
will be aired from the Temple Is-
rael sanctuary at 137 NE 19th St..
ending at 9:15 p.m. Prior broad-
cists concluded at 9 o'clock, while
the services were still in progress.
Changes in the ownership of lo-
cal stations during the past year
had resulted in the cancellation of
Temple Israel's live broadcasts of
the only Jewish worship services
carried in this area after 11 years
of continuous broadcast. Directed
primarily at senior citizens and
shut-ins, the broadcasts had at- j
racted one of the largest audiences
on night radio, according to the
ratings.
By RABBI SAMUEL. J. FOX
Why is it traditional to offer
a memorial prayer on the Sab- I
hath for the departed souls?
This is usually done in memory
of those souls who have passed
away within the year and for
those whose Yartzeit (anniversary
of deathi occurs on that day or I
the following week.
The reason for doing this on ',
the Sabbath is because the Sab-
bath was considered an appropri-
ate day to pray i"" the dei ased.
The reason for this is that the
Kabbalists believe that the de-
parted souls are rel< ised from the
punishment of Gehena on the Sab-
bath and the prayers i I the sur-
vivors might prevent them from
being returned there alter the
Sabbath.
Furthermore, one- of the mo-
tives of the Sabbath is to sample
the experience of the world to
come in the Messianic age. At
that time there is to be a general
resurrection of the dead and thus
the living and the dead will be re-
united. Thus on the Sabbath, the
memorial prayer reunites the liv-
ing with the dead as an example
of things to come.
Why is this memorial prayer
recited in the presence of the
'I'nrah Scroll?
The one who chants the me-
morial prayer usually holds the ;
Scroll while he chants the prayer. ;
The reason for this is the assump-
tion that it is through the Torah
that the generations of past, pres-
ent and future are united.
The Torah is timeless and as j
such is both the heritage of the
past and a pointer to the future.
It is the one thing that we and
those who have gone before us
have in common as a Jewish
people.
Some say that every Jew. both
past and present, is represented
by a letter in the Torah. Thus,
the living and the departed make
up one document of eternal faith
and memory. Holding the Torah
at this moment strengthens our
faith in this belief.
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Vayikroh
And the Lord called unto Moses ." Leviticus Chapters 1-5
THE FIVE PRINCIPAL SACRIFICES: After the Sanctuary
had been erected and the priests consecrated, Divine legislation
prescribed the rituals and ceremonies commencing with the
sacrificial offerings to be performed in the place of worship
appointed by God.
The ancient practice of bringing sacrifices satisfied a natural
desire in man to express, in material form, his feelings of con-
trition, supplication and thanksgiving toward his Creator. The
underlying purpose of the laws relating to sacrifice was to in-
culcate a moral sense of refinement and discipline in man. The
essential principles were therefore that sacrifices could not he
offered indiscriminately, but only to the one God and on the altar
in the courtyard of the sanctuary; repentance or restitution of
the wrong done must precede any offering; and the main cere-
monies were to be performed by the priest.
Then were five principal sacrifices which could be brought
voluntarily bj the individual, prompted by the desire to atone
for his sins committed in error, or as an expression of thanks-
giving to (' >d. I 1' The Olah burnt offering. The entire animal
was consumed by fire upon the altar. (2) The Mincha meal of-
'_ n< rally brought by a man of humble means. (3) The Shlo-
mjn peace, or thank-offering as its name implies, such a sac-
rifice expressed gratitude to God on occasions of joy and thanks-
giving. '-i< The Chatos sin offering brought as atonement for
sins committed in error not only by a layman but by the high priest,
or by the community as a whole, or by a secular head. (Sin of-
ferings were also to be brought by the witness to an offense who
failed to testify; a person who contracted impurity by contact
with a dead carcass or unclean person and forgot to comply with
the laws of purification, and one who negligently failed to fulfil
his vow. The wrongdoer conscience-stricken confessed his faults
and was obliged to bring this sacrifice). (5) The Osham guilt
offering brought for sins requiring restitution before the sacri-
fice could be offered.
The two cases expressly mentioned are the unintentional
withholding of the Holy things of the Lord, the tithes or other
dues belonging to the priests, and falsely retaining property be-
longing to one's fellow man. In each case, the wrongdoer, after
confessing his guilt, must restore the property to its rightful
owner with the addition of one fifth of its value. Then, and only
then, could the sacrifice be offered, and the sin forgiven.
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Israeli Musical Night
Temple Emanu-El of Ft. Lau-
derdale is presenting an all-star'
Israeli Festival Wednesday, April
14. beginning at 8 p.m. The musi-
cal evening will feature comedy,
dancing and singing by performers
direct from Tel Aviv.
'***A*****************^
CANDIELIGHTING TIME
29 ADAR 6:15
*VW/AWWVWW^M
n.m. Hut Mitzvah: Judith Lin Sen-1
warts, daughter of Mr. and Mrs
Maury U Schwartz.
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BETH TFILAH. 936 Euclid Ave. Or. j
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-
efcy 22
TION. 843 Meridian Avenue. 22.A '
BETH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGREGA-
MIAMI
AH A VAT SHALOM CONGREGA
TION. 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox
Cantor Aron Ben Aron. 1
ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowitz i ,
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BETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. Ken.
oall Dr S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard, Cantor Micheal
Kyrr. 3 :
ETH DAVID. 2626 SW 3rd Ave. i
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau
Cantoi William W. Lipson. 4
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Friday 6:30 anil S:3 p.m. Quest -!> i
*r Maestro Siegfried Landau (Rabbi's
t -other), Comluetiir of Brooklyn
Fhllharmonla Orchestra, on. "Chal-
lenge of Jewish Music In Our Time"
Saturday !) a.m.
BETH EL. SOU SW 17th Ave. Orthc
dox. 6
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Ben Dickson 6
V i.y 8:15 p.m. Rabbi will |H>se the
Question: "What Ik. You Kxpe.-t (if
The Rabbi and What Does The Rabbi
Expect of you." followed by Onee
Phabbat hosted by Mr. Joe Kaplan In
rionnr of birthdays of Mr. Sam Cohen
and Mr. Herbert Cole. Saturday S:3
X> m. Bar Mitzvah: Mark, son of Mr.
find Mrs. William Schaohter.
ETH TOV (Temple). 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative Rabbi Simon
April. Cantor Seymour Hinkea t
TViilny 8:1 o p.m. fluent speaker Mr.
Reuben I.edermantopic: "You !b
The Judge" followed by Oneg Shabbat
ISRAEL (Temple) OF GREATER
Miami. 137 NE 19th Street. Reform.
Rabbi Joseph R Narot. 10
Friday 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Barry Tabach-
nlkoff will review the current film CUBAN HEBMEW CONGREGATION
Little llig Man.'_ 1242 Washington Ave Orthodox.
Rabbi Dow Rozencwaig
SRAELITE CENTER. 4175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
Drazin Cantor Nathan Parnass. 11
Friday 5:45 p.m. and s:i". p.m, Ser-
mon: "Each Generation Musi Relive
Exodus" followed by Oneg Shabbat
hosted by Mr ami Mrs. William
Drucko* In honor of their anniver-
sary. Saturday 8:46 a.m. "Portion of
the H'eek"
23
EMANU-EL (TKM~PLE). 1701 Wash-
ington Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Iry.
ng Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler 24
Friday :, p.m. and S:3n pm Sermon:
"Israel and its Borders, An Appraisal"
HEBREW ACADEMY 2400 Pinetree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross. 251
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OR OLOM (Tempie) B/sS SW. 16th CONG AN.NELL rBr.n-n u.
St Conservative. Rabbi Ralph Glix. lw Academy,1: JS^M**,*. \
13
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TIFFRETH ISRAEL. 6500 N M.ami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein
14
Friday S:i:. pm Topic: President
Nixon's remark at an Interview with
a New York Tim......respondent,
Saturday am. Bar Mitzvah: Jay
Sandhouse. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Manuel Sandhouse.
TIFERETH JACOB (Temple). 951 E.
4th Ave. Conservative 15
Friday S:30 p.m. Saturday 8 am. liar
Mitzvah: Barry Howard, son i I Mr
and Mrs. Ronald Kate.
ZION (TEMPLE). 6000 Miller Rd
Conservative, Rabbi Norman Sha-
piro. Cantor Richard S. Browdy. 16
NORTH MIAMI
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
13600 W. Dixie Hwy. Conaervative.
Rabbi Joseph Gorfinkel. Cantor
Ben Zlon Klrscnennaum 36
Friday 8:16 n.m Topic: "What It Is
To Be Religious"
miamTbeach
dian Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham
Ben-Hill-;!. 25-A
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
Cantor Meyer Engel. 28
KNESETH ISRAEL?'l415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif 27
MENORAH (TEMPLE). 620 75th St
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owltz. Cantor Nico Feldman 28
Friday 8:16 p.m. Hat .Mitzvah: Sandra
Bust, daughter of Mr. and .Mrs Jo-
seph Su.-i Saturday It a m Bar Mitz-
vah: Carina Pondik. mm of Mr. a.ul
Mrs. Sal Pundik.
NER TAMID (TEM^Te). 80th St. ami
E"iV Waterway. Conservative.
Rabbi tuoene Labovitz Cantor Ed-
ward Klein. 29
OHEV SHALOM. ,055 Bonlta Dr
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber-
man. a
SEPHAROIC JEWISH" CENTER. 646
Collins Ave. Rabbi 8adi Nahmiaa. 81
This page it prepared *
Cooperation with the Greater
Miami Rabbinical Association
Coordinator of 'he feature*
appearing here it
RABBI MAXWELL BERGER
Spiritual Leader of
Temple Zamoro
Carol Gobies
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave. ] rnNnBCntiWkTa737 ,j....
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever. 17 _ ..------- J4 Washington Ave. Rabbi Avrohom
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox. "" 32
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox
Rabbi Berel Wein 18
BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rbbi Shmaryahu T. Swir.
sky. Cantor Maurice Msmches. 18
BETH RAPHAEL (TEMPLE). 1545
Jefferson Ave. Conservative Rabhi
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh 20
BETH SHOLOM fTEMPLE). 4144
Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kronlah. Cantor David Conviser 21
Friday 7:4*. p.m Topic: tn Memorlam-
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWI8H
CENTER, 1720 79th Street Cause-
way, North Bay Village. Conserva-
tive Cantor Carl Bender. 32- A
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
ADATH YESH'JRUN (TEMPLE). 1028
N. E. Miami Gardens Drive. Con-
eervatlve. Rabbi Milton Schlinsky
Cantor Nathaniel Schub. aj
BETH TORAH NK 14th St. at 11th
**>. Conservative. R.bbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Jacob Renter aa
, Dr. Nelson (Jlueok" Saturday 10:41. Friday 8:15 p.m. Rabbis report on
his trip (o lsra.1
B'NAI RAPHAEL."l401 NW 183rd St
Conservative. Rabbi Charles Rubel
Cantor Jack Lerner. se
'j*AI (TEMPLE)*o7~NORTH DADE
}&2L NdE; J2"" Avno Re,--m
Rabbi Rslph p. Kingsley. Cantor
Irving Shuikee.
Friday 8:15 p.m Sermon: "Dr Nel-
;". 'k:.11" J'?morLam" Saturday
1C30 a in Bar Mitzvah: Paul Aron
son of I)- and .Mrs Jack Aron.
***.***' SYNa'gOGUE 18151 N.E.
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah P.
Kaplan. -
Friday 5:30 pm Saturday a.m Ser-
mon": A took At Freedom"
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER
R.hKM,N99,. sPsSS St. Orthod"
Rabbi Naftali Porush. 39
\mie-V:l' "m Saturday 9 m Bar
Mltavah: Lawrence Rubin, g......f Mr
and M,s Carl Rabin. Sermon "Of
fense !s the Best Defense)"
COtAl GABIES
JUr?vEhAb 5500 G,.n.d
I n f' Re/-0rm- Rabbi """i' K|PP"- *C
Friday 8: i cm Sermon: "Dr Nel-
son OlueckA Tribute. 1
ZrU!2RA lT""f W"** Zamor. Ave
Canto, hVV.h R*5bi M"" B.rger
Cantor Nathan Zolondek. 41
EMANU-EL. 3245 W. Oakland Park
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Arthur J. Ab.
rams. Cantor. Jerome KlemenL 4f
FT. UUDERDALE
Boir.JSRAEL TEMPLE). 847 s.
"**r" Csntor Maurice Neu.
j' "
P0MPAN0 BEACH
SHOLOM (TEMPLE) 132 SE 11th Ave.
Conservative. Rat>bl Morris A. bkop.
Cantor Ernest Schreiber 49
SURFSIDE
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION.
9293 Harding Ave., Surfside. Tows
Hall Orthodox. Rabbi Isasc D Vine.
60
MAILANOALE
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER
126 N. E. 1st Ave. 44
Honrwooo
BETH EL (TEMPLE) 1351 S. 14 Ave
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. 48
Frldaj 8:18 n m Tom.-: "Rabbi Nel-
son Olueck: In Uemortam"
BETH SHALOM "(TEMPLEV. 1728
Monroe St. Conservative Rabbl
Morton Malavsky. Cantor ^ving
Gold. a}
SINAI (TEMPLE). 1201 Johnson St.
Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro.
Csntor Yehudsh Heilbraun. 47
MIR AM A R
ISRAEL (TEMPLE) 6920 S.W. 35th St
Conservative. Rabbi Elliot J. Wino.
grad. Cantor Abraham Kooter. 40
MARGATE
MARGATE JEWISH CENTER. 8101
N.W. 9th St.
I I .....:
.-.. ..., .f
rCatbinical \7efevUion program*
March 2JJ Ch. 10 9:30 a.m. The Jewish Worship Hour
Host: Rabbi Joseph Gorfinkel, Beth Moshe
Congregation
March 2g ch. 7, 10 a.m. The Still Small Voice
Topjs: "The Book of Ruth"
Host: Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Sky Lake Synagogue
Guests: Rabbi Louis M. Tuchman, representative of
Yesh.va University; Leonard Rosen, chairman
of Yeshiva University
Maorh ch. 4. 8:30 a.m. "The First Estate-
Topic: "The Community Faces Welfare Reform"
Host: Rev. Luther C. Pierce
Guests: Harry B. Smith, Rabbi Sol Schiff, R*v. Arm
Cordray
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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF ACTION
TMt OH CUIT COUHT OF THE
L FvtNTH JUDICIAL CIKCUI7
^U5'DA IN AND FOR DADE
WUNIV. UVILAUIIO^
NO. ,1-4o54
SUIT FOK DIVORCE
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,l. HiUMiiey, MATTHEW
i:siji lltE. !-' s K -i,,:
,, Florida .ii"l ril* tni
,, , cierk ,.l the Circuit
... ,,,- before ii.i- 28rd da> :
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relli dema'ilded in the
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hall i.. published '< "
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JKW l.-ll FI.OHIOIAN.
\\|i ORDERED at Miami,
thin loih das "i March A n
II if VTHBRMAN. fieri
art, Hade county. Horliln
, x \ HEYVBTT
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HB\V tllSSEN, ESQUIRE
: tnd sir. .
Florida
, f, Plalntlfl (|
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IH HEREBY (11VBN
the undersigned, iifMi'ini: to engage in
business under ill*- fictitious name of
Nosll vii.i.k. U.S.A. at number 330
Lincoln Road, In the ntj "f Miami
Beach, Plorida, intends tn register
ill, i-;,id name with the Clerk ,,f
Circuit Court ,.f Dad
Florida.
Dated .it Miami Reach, Florida, this
i Jrd day "f March, l71.
UNO LN MALI. CAFETERIA I CC
a Florida or|ioratlon
Lincoln Koad
Miami Reach, Florida
l\U ITN i:V tb Kill >p
Atloi in \ for Appli.
f.-" I I in "In Road
i Miami l ; h I" n
LfCKTio'TicT*"
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PHOBATE
No. 71-659
In RE: Estate ol
HYMAN SCHKEIER
I ie< ased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors nnd All Persons Hny-
Coinity. i:ik Clalmii or Demands Against Suid
Etaie
Vou are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and dem.....I*
which >'(U may have against the --
lati !' H ymax BCHREIER de eai -
,'i late "f Dade County, Florida, to
the ounty Judges of Dade County,
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage
m business under the fictitious name
I DIAMOXD AMi COMPANY al
nl b.W IflSnd Court, Miami. Flo-
rida IntendH to register raid name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
HARRY B. DIAMOND
:: 19 -' 4 :-'.'
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IH HEREBY GIVEN that
Hie .....ler. wed, desiring lo
hi business under tin fictitious hanv
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT.
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-1002
(JOHr, rt. bSLANTON)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate nl
HARR1 JACOBS
I leceai i !
T.i ah Creditors and All Persona n iv-
Ing t'lalim ... Demanda Against Bald
i.
You are hereby notified and re
tjuired In present any claims and de*
mauds w hich s"u mas have I
Ihe i.....i HARRY JACOBS de
ceased late nl Dadi County, Florida,
lo ihe Counij Judges of Dade Coun-
II
I
If,
IrttCuUNlY JuUlifc S COUrtf
. Miu rwo u^Mti/wwiii i,
rt-vnivn,i^ r,u,w/^ i B
l*U. / I 'O'J*
(Art rt-i^r> vv. r-nIMM)
N^ i ,^c i \J -,itUi i w>S
i>. i a "i
,, ,ii.-' '\\ i rss
,'T..n.".- and All Perauna Hav-
_,...,. ,,, i., ma,..i- -,^.,..i. i "
' .,,, hereby notified and n
l ........> laiiiin ."' "
you .....> i......igiiii
., j, .... i...r.i.->' ii/.
.... ..... i '" < >""". ,'1"1
, ui > "'mi-" "' '".<
1.1.- .i i....." I" Uupll-
i ,... ,.i.,i in becuon .....-
.-..,.,.. .. in iiu-.i oltlcea in
.i in ,iii.,i.- in I'.i'ii outi-
,.,. w limn hia > ai. ii.i.H in.....i
,,., ui...... ln tirat puom auu
i, ....... .v.,hi, ,i in !> uarreu.
,t .,. .%ii..mi. riorida, mi
,,M I.. A.II. IV7L.
,...,., ue, .,i'..i idTBIN
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,\ i.\-. u.in ea
rsi inn .a.ui-iii "i uus notice
ill .1... .! .Marrll. 1*71.
i.i;i.,.. /.l-.-il.:.. i.i .-KIN A.iD
BIUUKOX.nEM ,, v,
I ,....-,. i.NAL, ASSOCIA1 ION
i ... lor t^cecutricea
, ,n I..- .,n Blvd.
In > idu .....
1st
on
3/3-12-19-26
NOTICE UNDER
FICTl i lUUb NAME LAW
k-1 k ., Id iii'.M'.n i i-'i '- that
uuuerMigued, desiring to engage
luaineas unuer me liciltloua name
AUE EOO ai Ti..:i Dadeland Mall,
,.,,. b'l i ida intends lo register aaid
with inn Clerk "' me Cln ult
11 q| Uaue County, Florida.
ISK.NKK'il lilKlOKAl IU.N
a Florida loriiorailoa
USON a 11.1 JiM AN
i neya lor applicant
1 Kane Concourse
Ueuch. Florida
3/5-12-19-2i
12-19-2 12
IN THE COUr.rY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
Nil. 84791
In RE: Estate of
SHIRLEY i' M H'PEI MAN.
Di ..,-,.1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All i dlloi anil All Persons Hav
:i'L" Ctnima or Demands Aaalnst Sn '
i: tat.
You are hereby notified ami remilr-
i ",1 in present mj i I: inis mid demands
.,- Ii you mas I
late : ^MIIM i:v 11 KOI'PEI.MAN
di eased late of I >adi < "ounl j Plot Ida
t.. ti'. County Judge*. if Dncle Coun v
. (hi im ii i in 'ate anil us
.1 In Section "33.1(1 Florldt
Statutes, in (heir oft In Ihe Coun-
l\ i '..in-ii nuse In I ide i 'ountj. Flo-
.'i i n ithtn sis cab idar m ml .....
Ihe time "f the flrsl iiublicatlon here-
ihe same will he barn >1
Dal'-d ii Miami. Florida, Ihls 2
laj February, \ li 1971
DAVID II K< IPPEJ.MAN
\s Admlnli' i tor
Plr i publication nf ihl not i.-, m
sth day of March, 1971.
HERBERT 1, Mr CRN
\ Itorm | for \dmit Istt ator
1103 v : ley Bldg.
- I 2" I -
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-JC48
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
VIRGINIA RM HARI iSt '"-. I'lal
VB.
ERNEST RICHARDS<>X, Defendant.
Tt i: ERNES r lib ii \i:i iSt >\
i:. aldence t'nknow n
You, ERNEST Kb 'II > :i i.V, are
hi reby notlfli 'I
nlaiiil for Divi bed filed
ugalnst you, and sou ir, n nuln d '
., '\l' a copy of your A er or PI, nl-
., th.. Bill 'I Comnl ilnt the
. Plaintiff's altorni ^. I aw t iffices nl
l'i i. I ACK, YOCO.M S PATH 1.00
N'orthwesl 7th Streel I
Miami. Plorlda and I iho
. or Pleadlna in th,
(he i lerk the "In i .' i 'out
hefore Ihl 16th rtaj I v '' II, ''' '''
.., fall i" do ludgm nl
hi he taki you fi
. demanded In Ihe Bill of t om-
'' Ti'iis notice shall b< nubllsh
each w '!< for < ur i nse, u'ii
THE JFTWIBH '' i'"'1 ,s
] a NR \ Nli i IR1 BREI> at Miami
IB TH Ui IREXSTEIX
As !".- i Utort
First nuhlicatlon of this notice on
ihi .Mh day of March, 1971.
HARRY SSI'KERNICK
At loi m y for Bxecutora
420 I.in. "In Ri ud
Miami Beach, Florida
:; 5-12 l*-2
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
notice is hereby hivex that
(be undersigned, desiring to ngage in
business under Ihe flcilllous name of
\' TU IN META1. PRt IDl'CTS at
::;: i. l 11< Avenue, Hlabah, Florida
intend t" n said .nun,- with
Ui,. i 'i. : i, a Ihe Circuit Court of
1 lade t itni Florida.
VI \l IIMIR mn.lK
BIEN VEXIDO l> I'.M'H i:. ''
KE! SI EH I "Til. SHERADSKY
,v IIKCKERMAN
\ttorneys for applicant!
i -.-. s \s 3i 'i Street
Miami, Fli rlda
3 '5-12-11 -26
. ...IV 1971.
\ lj \ .1 M'i IBS
\ Bxei utrix
p i pub i Ion I 'In-
the l-'li tlay of March, 1971.
FRISH.MAN A FEIN
Attorm y for !-:\,-, utrix
t 10 I.......lii !: 'i
Miami Beach Florida
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 70-15682
AMENDED
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
WIl.FHBI MI'i II'ET.
Plaintiff.
ANA MARI \ PEREZ HCfJCET.
| l,.f,.|lil;ui'
T' WA MARIA PEREZ HCOCET
\i arl in, in No 302
Apartmnnl No, 033
Hn na. i -uba
YiH" ARE HEREBY notified (hal
a Complaint for Divorce has I.....n
I filed against :.,-u. and you are hereby
required tn serve a ,-"ti\ of veur ait-
Rwer or other pleading to the Com- t uvii'iiiifi'\'\i-'i\ P \
iiV.hNA^nuV)I'jl1lam"Bnorlda 33125! ';' Boulevard
12-19-26 I Z
NOTICE UNDEK
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN tl.al
the undersigned, desiring t-i engaga
in business under the fictitious nama
of PAN AM EXTERMINATING O "-
I'ANY al ^7". S.W. Bill Street, Mia
Plorlda Intends In register said nama
with iii. Clerk nf the Circuit Court
r,f Dade '"Unt \*. I- lorida,
PAN AMERICAN EXTERMINATING.
11 IMP A NY INC.
8PARBER, S5EMEI., KOSKIN A
.! once

this r.iii day of M in h \ D i
NOTICE UNDER
, FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
J)TiCi; IS HEREBY r.lVK.N that
Inn.ui- gned, desiring to engage
usIiieMs under Hie fictltloua name
8ATIONAL, SECURITY AI.AKM
THUS al P.O Hnx 81, 1 ta
nch, Miami. Kla. intanda to rcglst-
md name with ihe Clerk pi tno
uit Court of Dade County, Plorlda
MAKK-STEH BSN
i.N"l'l:l.NA llli.NAI., INC..
a Floi Ida corporation
By: Sieve/n 11. Shantgla
:i ji; l '.' in
Plorlda,
B B 1 EATHBRM ''-'
Circuit ''""t Dadi I 'oui >' PI .....
Bj I. A' i'N VNDER
I lenulj Clerk
(Circuit Court Si II
l ., i iffieea ,'f
in,1.1 ACK, YOCOM .< PATH
i-iui x \Y Ti'i Btreel suite l'1"
Miami! Florida 38125 f42-91>9l I
Attorneya fur PlalnUff ]{| v (
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATF.
No. 71-812
In UK: Estate of
HEM A (ill.FAND
'"""NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To Ml Creditor* ami All Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Demanda Aga
Ks'.-itr:
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\. ITU i: IS II l-.KI-.r.S m\ EX that
Hi,- im,i, rslgm 'i. 'i' siring
In business under tin' flctltous name
of Mll.TON ASSOCIATES al 12781 \\
UiXli Ii ulr.i..>. North Miami. Fla
in. mIs tu register said name with the
Clerk of Hi. Circuit Ourl of Dade
'ounty, Florida
Pirst Invi im nt Development
Corporation, :. h'lorlua corjroratlon
KM BRBGER
.. i \ fur applicant
\ i: idttl A\, uue
Miami Beach, Fla. ^
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTU'E IS HEREBY OIVEN that
Hi. in. : rslgm 'i. desiring i" engage
a, r ihi flciltli vis nam;
nl \ AD\ ANCE i!:l ISE CENTER.
\ \u. II" i... RESERVATION
SBRVICE A CRUISE ADVISORS a'
,;. i '..iii... \,, nue, Miami !' a, h,
Pl,t Intend lo register said namea
win ihe Clerk "f the Circuit Court !
i.. ,. i ,uiii< Florida
,;i-. .ROE ; EROER
Mi iRTON UALEN
-: is :<
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
DADE, FLORIDA
CASE No. 71-3855
NOTICE TO DEFEND
SANTOS TEODOS1U RE1NOSA,
Plaintil '.
MARIANA I'" NASCIMENTO
RBINOSA,
in fendant.
|-i i: Mis Mat lana l>" Nasclmento
i ^ Ri fnosB
Avenlda Atlamtlca ""'"2
Apt Nn 101
Km De Janeiro, OB, Brasll
Yuu an- hereby notified thai a. ">
v.r. suit was filed against yotl A
cony of your Answer must be sei m
upon JOSEPH i' l.AlssKl.. lawy--
ial iili th,- Clerk
il Court I'll or iie-
,,f April, 1871 or a
[THERM \N
"it.
and iii'- Hi....."la
.f iii,. above styl
fore tin- Huh 'lav
E 15 I r. .
ilefaul.i iii i' ntered against
.i .ui' 'oun Pi ai i
'lerk nf i 'In ull i nurl
!: : Ii M KISSEE
?. 19-2 i
Miami, Florida
; 12-1! -26 I '2
VI
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
iTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
underslg.....I. desiring
.....islness under ihe fictitious name
of TATRA PAINTINO ^- REPAIR
COMPANY al -J". -'Ml, Sir.''. Miami
th
It, ..
. me
i 'out i
|. .nil.i intend > register said
with the Clerk "f 'in- Circuit
.i 11 ule I'liini v. Plorlda
i \S/.I i VAROA
AXDRFJ I'M ASCAK
I.,niis l.cvlne
Vttorney for apnllca
In II tl
Miami Bi a 1' Flo
'.'.! 2-9
a v.r.
f,- y,.ur husband, at Ti^ S,'yHM Bldg., Miami, Florida,
original thereof filed
i.r before April 2.
33132, and the
in this iiKfiri'
1971. Pajgl *
,-,.(.v notified and ,,..,uir- i or U.faull will be entered eg***
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
HOTlCi: IS Hi-.nKHi illw.N that
.he under: igued, desiring t" engage
In husine--s under the fictltloua name
tiOWAKD'S Si I'KIl LIQUORS at
JBll-f,:r \\ ashiiiKtmi Avenue, Miami
iBeeaii. Florida intends t,. register said
\uii- with ih,- cierk <>f the Circuit
Vourt of Hade County. Florida.
K I> BAR, INC.
a Florida corporation
By: Havid Wilson, Prea.
feOISKKli, KROMBEHO &
JROT* PA.
Ctoiiioy.- lor applicant
U108. la \V. Flagler Street
l"ro' "la 3/26 4/2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOT1CK IS HEREBY CIVKN that
undersigned, desiring to engage
business under Ihe fictitious name
,,f APs nl inns N.K. Sixth Avenue.
Aliaml. Florida intends to register said
.amaTwith the Clerk of the Circuit
of Hade County. Florida
AICAN F1UM SYSTKMS. INC.
: HI'RT DUBOIS, President
HI) A OROSS
ys for
lean Film Systems, Inc.
icoln ltoad
Beach, Fla.
.RRY D. SCHREIBER
Y"U are li. -
ed to present any claims mid demand!
which you may have against thi es-
lata of HKM A 8IUAXD ''",';;'
late of Dade County. Florida, lo ui*
County Judges of Dade County, and
file the same in duplicate andI as pro-
vided in Sci-lion 733 16. Florida Stat-
ute! In their offices in the bounty
Courihouae hi I'a.l- County. FTorida.
within six calendar months fr;m in.
time of the first publication hereof,
or the same will be haired
Hated at Miami. Florida, this 25th
lav of February, a !> IIJ71.
ZBV W KOOAN
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
ihe Mh day of March 1971.
CAIPIN. ROTHENBRRO,
KOOAN&KOHNHMM
b] ZBV W KOOAN
fii Lincoln Rd MB Fla.
Attorney for Zev W. Komin
..'.
lAtt
A
ll>5
Ml
By
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'
NOTICE UNDER
ICTITIOUS NAME LAW
1CK IS HEREBY OIVEN that
nder.-igned desiring to engage
Incss under the fictitious names
1>AVII> C.l.H'KMAN
I Ol .ICKMAN. P.O. ,
N.W. liiTth Street, OnB-I>icka.
. Im, nds to register said names
he Clark of the circuit Court of
Bounty. Florida.
XviD OMCKMAN. DO.. P.A.
J bv David Ollckman. Pres.
jliti:i:i; fhombero
tHOTlI I'.A.
fctorneys for applicant
I-IN. IS W Flagler Street
"* F1<,rlda 3/26 4/2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY C1VEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name ot
TWO ItCTCHKKS sri'KUMAHKKT
-U 20B6-SGt- Miami, Florida jBtend to *!***
said name with the ( lerk of the Cir-
cuit Curt of Dade County. Honda
DATED at Miami Deach, Honda,
this 1st day of March, 1J71.
OBOROE PINCKNBY
CHAR1ES CASH
H MIHY T CYPEN, ESQ.
Cypen & Nevlna
B*fi \ribur Ondfrey Road
Miami Beach, Florida 33140
Attorneys for Applicant
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY QTVEN that
the undersigned. ddMring to engage
I business under .he fictitious "nies
of MIAMI 'N^HIiNATIOVAI. SPORTS
A CYMP'N'C, SHOW; M'VMI
INTEHNATH.VAT. BPORTSMBN'S *
c\m PIN': SHOW at 721" Red Road
Miami Florida intends to register said
names' ^tfc .. CtM* of th^Circui.
''c'vPflSITii'iv rVlRPORATTON OF
''XP AMERICA. INC
1 ppv pt-fi I'i'i-siDENT
KfiY'NTR, MAVvHR"IRll.
ORHENFTRf D CI'TKER. P.A.
Attornevs for Anr-llennt
son Dunont Plaza Center
Miami. Florida 33131 ,,,...
'"j'l'at.'i this: February 26, 197tjMJaJl
Plorida /-
K B m:\tiikrman-. .,.
Clerli Circuit Court
Miami. Dade, Florida .,
Bj MARni'BRITE KENT
]i. nuty Clerk
(Circuit Courl seaii ? .,,;,,,..,;
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY lilVEN thai
ih, undersign.d, desiring to engage
in business u: der the fletlllou* name
of I'NCI.K SAM'S Sl'I'.S at 173-75
sunny Islea Boulevard, North Miami
Beach Florida intends to register
said name wljh the Cl*k of the
Circuit Court ol Dade County. Honda.
PURPLE s.'AM.li in. INC.
F.v: SIIIRI.K-Y TINIS. PresH.nl
MICHAE1 P, CHASE
Attorney for
Purjilc S.'al'.ion. Inc.
i,iit s W Thud Avenue
Miami. Florida 88128
6-8 JS-al'8
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
NO. 71-884
(DOWLINO)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
OMVE V. LEVIN j ,.
TO All Credltora and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands. Against Said
l,*-.t'ite'
' You tire hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims nnd rtc-
mands which yu maVyave agaUiaJ
the estate of OJlTO.V. ,I*J
d.i eased late of Dade" fjurnty, Flor-
ida to the County Judges of Dade
County, and file the itflrae in dupli-
cate and as provided In Section 7.13 -
ir,. Floii.la Statutes, in their offices In
the Countv Courthouse In Dade tv Florida, within six calendar months
from the time of the first publication
hereof, or the same it'll he barred
Dated al Miami, .KJgrida, this ->'
IRVINfl it-VI'EN
\s r^,*iitors
nnd PUhliiati.m *' h! lion e '.'
the Mh day of March, 4fTI.
CYI'KN r NEVINHP *
Attorneys for EXectHors
S2R Arthur Oodfrey oad
Miami Beach, Florida.. Itl j^jj^j
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-1030
FRANK B. DOWLING
. In RE Estate of
| l.l"\ I'l-.'Kl.i >\V
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To \|| Creditor* and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims nr Demands Against said
' ,,,. herehj notified and requlr-
,.,i m ,,,.., ,' :.,i\ lalms and demands
which you mn> have aga list the
,..., nl I B< IS FEBI i\^ deceased
a of II id- Counl .. Fl......I p.
, judges n.ni' County, ana
file ih..... ,ittn"i,",y ','., ..,;.?
provided in Section 138.16. Florida
Statutes. In their offices hi the nun-
,v curthi use In Dade I ounty, Plo-
, ,.,|.,, W||| ii -ix all dar nionths from
, the time of the flrsl publication here-
of ihe same u ill be barred
j nat.-d ill Miami. Florida, Ihls lOtlt
: Hav of March. A i> nj7l
ANNF M FBBI/1W
A. Ad ml n stra I
,-,,.! publication of thi- notice on
(hi mill 'lav of March, !!'!
IKON" A. EPSTEIN
Attnrnej lor Adnflnletr itrln
42(1 I ineoin Road
Miami Beach. Florida 33' ^ ?g ( u
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
S'OTICE IS HEREBY CIVKN i1 it
i (he undersigned, desiring i" engage
'in business under the fictitious name
nf .1' >i:i S MATLIN, M D. at
v.jn itii.I fli ...I. Miami, Plorida It -
I leniN to register ^ name v itii the
rierl Cln ull Court of Dole
' II 1" loi
,T< il:li' IN s MATLIN, M.D P.A
SP IHBKR, ZEMEI.. ROSKIN A:
HEILBRONXEIl P A
,\i iorn< ) for ai pllcant
lull N i ill el llvd.
Miami. Floi
:: 12-1! 26 :
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-673
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
> re restate of
TIE 111 'kM VN
I ensi 'I
. ij>0 m\ O 'I AH Pel sons li i--
i in nn in lv mundii Against Said
'" You tire Hi reby notified and '-
I nulri d to pi >y clalma and
! mands uiii.li you miiy havi againsC
Ihe estate of N'ETTIE BOOKMAN.
,,, ,; |U(, ,,i Hade County. Ptor*
,, | ,,, me County Judges t pad*
. Countv. nnd file 11 same In dupll-
I al. and as ni"i ided in Section -
1 in fi irida Statutes. In their ofni I
In' (h, Count i lurthouse In Dade
County. Florida, within six calendar
months from the time of the I
,,... n|, ., hi :"!. or the same Will
| be barred. .
. i al Miami. Florida, tins
day of Februat'. A n 1971,
I;i -fl I i: SCHONF1ELD
BEVERI Y Mil.I.Kit
\ c.i-Executrlcca
First nublli ntion "f 'his notii
;. ,lnv of March. 1971.
KENNETH N It.KANT
Attorney for Co-Executrlce}
Suite ........... I i.....I" d, l-ldg.
Miami Beach, Fla, 33139 j .

in
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OI\ EN thai
the undersign.-!, desiring lo engage
, business u-.d- the.flctRlous nam
nf WIEDKK SAMPLE f Elt\ ICEI al
18. t East 10 Lane. Hlaleah. Florida
"tenda to register said nam*. with
the ci.ru "i the Circuit Court ol
":",",'"",,,,,J,TAp:.iNr
GERALD STLVBRMAN
Attorney for H-a t.t im-
"10 Roberts Bulldmg, Miami. Ha
NOTICE LlNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N.vricK is HEREBY OIVEN th.it
:i ,. undersigned, desiring to i
In buslm ss under the fictitious nam*
of f A R HARDWARE DI8TRIBU-
roRS ai B12 B.W Bth Street,, Miami.
F',,rida Intend t.. register said name
nlthe the Clerk "f tl"- Circuit Court
"M'-,:,;i;r;i^'i!E^TrMA.
PARTNERSHIP8_i9_9g| ( ,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N-OT1CE is HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
husinesf under the "omious SS^Sanf
RENE MARKET a! 10921 B.W. 40th
Street Miami, Florida intends ';
register said name withe the t ler*
of the circuit Court of Dad,- County.
f0rlda RENE SAID
:: 12-19-28, t C
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW____________
N-.iTH'i: IS HEREBY tllVEN that/- N0T|CE BY PUBLICATION
the undersigned, desiring I" engage] CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
In huslness under the fictitious name '" T^nth judicial circuit of
of CAM All VN PLAZA, at 2186 N W.I ELEVVlORIDA IN AND FOR
N. River Drive, Miami. lorida
tends :> register said name w'th the
ci.rk ..f the Circuit Court "i Dada
County, Florida. ____
UNITY HAI 1.. INC.
By E T STEPHENSON. President
BEJfNETT O, FEM1MAN of
CIRAVol.o & PELDMAN
Attorneys for UNITY HAM.. IN<
SO] Concord Building.
X West Flagler Street.
Miami. Florida 33130 ^ M
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
-Jewish nvrktiam
solicits your le^gal notices
Wo appreciate your
patronage and guarantes
accurate service at ieqa!
rates .
ttiat 373-1665
for mesaerger ssrvic*
are here-
Complaint
DADE COUNTY.
No. 71-4651
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
MARVIN SCHWARTZ.
Plaintiff.
HITA SOIU ARTZ.
Defi ii'iani
TO HITA SCHWARTZ
Residence rnWnown
You. HITA SCHWARTZ,
by notified that a ltd! Of .
for Phone has been flb'd again}.'
you, and you are required to servo
a eonv of v.iur Answer or Pleadinc
m the' Bill of Comnlnlnt on Oie Pjaln-
liffs attorney W'AI 1 ACE N. MABR.
.(K, Blscavne Blda Miami.. Fla. 83188
and file the original Answer nr Plead-
inc in the office of the Clerk of th*
Circuit Court on or before the 23rd
dnv of Anril. 10T1 If vnu fail to (tn
judgment by default will be taker.
nKiilnst von for the relief dcmanael
in the Hill of CnmnMrlt. ,
This notice shall he published onre
each 'I. 'or consecutive week*
in THE JEWISH FiiMUIMAN.
novi-3 AVB ORTIBRBD at Miami
Florida this l"th dav of March AD.
I''71
K 11 I CVTMFItM \N. Clerk
cirri,it i*"'*.! ri-,'1" Co.intv Floridi
By: M M.'CiiM-iTE KENT
Drniv Clerk
fPlrcnll ''......' Re'1
WAT.l \il' V M \i:n
4*' iiii"'vnp ni.ic.
Hftnml. Fli '"i*"
AUornev for Plaintiff ^^ ^


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