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

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
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Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
April 2, 1971

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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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"Jewish Flora
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY end THE JEWISH WEEKLY
e 4! Number 14
Miami. Florida Friday, April 2, 1S71
i ar
iree Sections Prire 20
"> -
750 ON THE PLANE LANDING AT LTDOA
,arge Number Of Soviet Jews Arriving
EL AVIV (WNSI -- Largo
tx-rs of Soviet Jewish tmmi-
continued to arrive in
i'l last week. The largest
contingent landed at
in Airport Thursday aboard
ecial Kl Al jet. The group,
included Jews from Mos-
Kiev, Riga and. for the first
in months. Kharkov, was
fiated at 130 persons.
cording to some, sources,
than 700 Soviet Jews have
allowed to leave for Israel
the first of the year. This
ares to the 1970 total of
about 1.000 persons permitted to
emigrate to Israel.
Authorities here were divided
over the meaning of persistent
but unverified reports that So-
viet authorities were easing
their policy on exit visas. Some
believe the reports are a propa-
ganda device aimed at diverting
world attention from the plight
of Soviet Jews and avoid em-
barrassing incidents while it is
playing host to Communist dele-
gates attending the 24th Soviet
Communist Party Congress from
all over the world this week.
Reports from Moscow indicate
that Soviet authorities are be-
ing selective. Jailing the most
overt trouble-makers and issu-
ing or promising visas to other
Jews who publicly demanded
them.
Immigrants reported that the
future of Jewish immigration
will be decided upon at the
Party Congress. They said that
Georgian Jews who had applied
for exit visas were being ha-
rassed by the authorities and
declared they believe Jewish im-
migration will cease once the
Secretary Rogers Gains
Support In U. S. Senate
Iashington (JTAi s
p (,i State William P. Ro
land before a closed Senate
on last week to present the
Department's position on
(Middle Easl situation and
[i questions dealing with
fcrinciple ol tsrael's with-
Fa! from Aral) territories!
appeal anc follow 'i last
lay's rn ated del ate, during
_j^^Hh a number of Senators at-
jtack' ii'' "Honors plan," and
^^^Hncis
effort i i olai i/.ation be
tween prn-Ist n-l and anti-Israi I
views in that legislative body.
biocratio Sen. J. William
ight of Arkansas, chair-
of the Senate Foreign I'o -
ps Committee and a long-
ritie of Israel, described
plan as "very close" to
proposed by Israi I's former
PsBnn!. David l.on-Gurion. re-
ttsSlii: all oivupied territories
; the Golan Heights and
jBalcm.
able sources in Jerusiiletn
|ed that the Dotted States
prepared to agree to some
(of Israeli control over the
time
Ris
that;
Miami c'.-Slieikh strongpoint in
the southern Slnal. In essence,
the source saM< the difference
between Washington and Jeru-
salem over Egyptian-Israeli bor-
ders has now been reduced to
(hi form thai control over the
entrance to the straits of Tlran
and land connecting it to Israel
l i p; er would take.
. | States repot b dly
favors a long-term leas
ment but cone des thai an area
of undetei mini d size adjact nt to
: ii ,:. ihould be annexed for se-
o;.i it it apparent!) is
unconvinced, however, of the ne-
cessity of a land bridge between
Israel and Sharm el-Sheikh.
The problem was discussed I y
Premier Golds Meir and US.
ussador Walworth Barbour
at a meeting recently. At the
request of American officials.
Mrs. M< ir reportedly supplied
the United States with concrete
details of the principles thai will
guide Israel's territorial claims
once actual peace negotiations
gel underway.
Mrs. Meir and her spokes-
men, however, emphatically de-
nied that territorial maps of any
kind had chanced hands. Reli-
able sources said there are dif-
ferences in the ( abiiiet over the
extent of a possible land bridge
between Israel and Sharm el-
Shelkh.
Political circles hen [gest
thai the United States has be-
entangled hi conflicting
promises to both Egypt and is.
rael and that President Nixon
has no choice but to ti ll i'
denl Sadat that his country is
neither able nor willing to force
Israel to commit itself to total
withdrawal without prior nego-
tiations.
President Sadat was quoted
In a Paris newspaper last week
as saying he was ready to ac-
cept the presence of an Interna-
tiona] peace-keeping force at
Sharm el-Sheikh, but not in the
Sinai Peninsula. Egypt is ready
to conclude peace with Israel on
condition that all the occupied
territories are returned, he said.
but he warned that then' could
].,.! be a lasting peace unless the
Palestinian issue is solved.
Congress is ended.
The jailings will remove agi-
tators from the scene for the
duration of the Party Conge ss,
while the visas will remove the
Jews who feel most strongly
it it
about leaving, and serve to qui I
those preparing to leave
they would not be likely to
onstrate and run the risk of los-
ing their visas.
-
Soviet Policy Switch
Timed For Congress
By Special Report
GENEVA In a move that
was clearly timed to coincide
with the openine; of the Com-
munist Party's 24th World Con-
gress in Moscow this week, the
Sovit t Union made an abrupt
policy switch at the 505th meet-
ing of the U.N. Disarmament
Committee here, and announ
that they were now ready to
accept a germ-warfare treaty
separate front that dealing with
chemii
The Sox let delegation -
mined a germ-warfare tn
draft thai was almost identical
to th British draft thai
beenontht ble since lasl Jun .
By this comparatively simple
and palnteaa move breaking the
deadlock in Geneva, the Rus-
sians we,-.' aide t,i enhance '''
peace-loving Image Soil : Part)
secretary Leonid I. Br hn<
tried to project during his slx-
hour policy review at the open-
ing sessia
In his statement on So
policy '..i" pat ty lead* i
first task in Internationa
fairs as "t limination ol the
hotl ol war in Southeas
Asia and the Middle East" b I
he did not specify how that aim
could be achieved.
"The Sovii I Unii n is pr i
to join oth r permani nl i
1 rs ol th< S c rity Counci
pro\ iding Inti 11 ation il g tran-
leal tettl m r.1
in the Middle East," Mr. Brezh-
nev declared. "Once a political
settlement is reached, further
steps for military detente In the
au a could be considered with
an eye to converting the Medi-
terranean into a sea of pi a 1
an I cooperation."
H stati m< nt, observers
I at s oul the Kremlin's inten si
aiuntet |ng its pr< -- I
an a if t vein" force a i hat
i.-. its policy of controlled I
sion in the Middle East ar
desir to | n si rve Its i
ale on I
Conversions Eased
By Chief Rabbinate
Council's Decision
JERUSALEM tJTAi Two
sions issued last week by
the Chief K ibbir. ite C
:> d to eas.- convi rsion
dures for immigrai I
which have no
. rabbinical coui I
The rulings will chiefly Ii
S i\ Ii t in migrants and i
3 v. ish !'.''.: tners In mix
s the Council wi
- ar waiting pei lot! ar
shorter c im rsl
The Council's stab mi I
that the changes are onl;
dttre and not in the a -
Continued on Pag* 5-A

'i
News Briefs
Rogers Meets Delegation
WASHINGTON (JTAI Secretary of State William P. Rogers invited ft
delegation representing the Conference Of Presidents of Major American Jewish
I Organizations to his office Friday for an exchange of views on the Middle East.
The 90-minute meeting followed by a Rogers' appearance at a closed meeting of
the Senate to xplain his Mideast policies In view of mounting crittctem within
the Senate to explain his Mideast policies in view of mounting criticism within
talk with Rogers included a 'comprehensive review of how we got to the present
state of the Jarring talks and our different views on the next steps required to
keep them going."
Roekefeller Urged To Veto Ball
NEW YORK (WNS) The American Jewish Congress has urged New
York's Gov. Nelson Rockefeller to veto a bill approved by the state legislature
that would permit silent prayers in public schools. The AJCongress ca led the
bill "an obvious attempt to circumvent" a Supreme Court ruling prohibiting
prayers in public schools.
Kl Fatah Pushing Hashish
JERUSALEM (JTAi ~ The district pharmacist of the Health Ministry,
Abraham Trur.au. claims thai El Fatah, the largest of the Palestinian organiza-
tions, is trying to spread the use of hashish throughout Israel to undermine_ th.
nation's health. Turnau said the Fatah sometimes supplied hashish without
charge to speed up its infiltration. The Knesi passed imendment to
;erous Drugs Law providing stiffer penalties for narcotics dealers and
giving th Health Minisl r power to a id anj drug to the list ol prohibited d
lasl week. For the first time. LSD was declared illeg
Plan To End Deferments Assailed
NEW YORK (WNS> Draft legislation approved by the House Armed
Services Committee giving the President the right to end deferments of divinity
student.- has been attacked by three rabbis. Rabbi Solomon J. Sharfman, presi-
dent of the Synagogue Council of America, (the umbrella organization of lay
and rabbinical branches of Orthodox. Reform and Conservative Judaism* Rabbi
Henry Siegman. executive president of the Council, and Rabbi Wolfe Kelman,
executive vice president of the Rabbinical Assembly, protested the measure.
Prisoners Of War Exchanged
TEL AVIV iJTA An Israeli soldier severely wounded when he w is
captured in an Egyptian commando raid across the -Sue/ Canal last May has been
returned to Israel under Pod Cross auspices to undergo medical treatment. Sgt.
Yair Dori, who had been hospitalized in Egypt was released in exchange for an
Egyptian lieutenant who was wounded and captured during the Israeli raid on
Shadwan [sland In the Gulf of Sue/, in January. 1970. The soldier, who
'flown by helicopter to a hospital, was the Eirsl Israeli prisoner-of-war to
repatriated in many months. Egyptian author- consistently rejected
Israeli demands to return the injured POV. s.


I
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vJewisli ftoridian
Friday, April 2, 1971
Fri
William L. Pallot
Named For Award
William L.. Pallot. civic leader,
nthropiat and prominent busi-
bb executive, has been named for
WILLIAM PALLOT
shield of Israel" Award. II
v. ill be conferred uion him at the
nunity-wide Israel Independ-
. ire Day Dinner, Sunday, April 25,
t\ the Fontalnebleau Hotel.
James L Albert, chairman of the
iter Miami Israel Bond Orga-
,i on, announced that Yitzhak
t ibin, Israel's Ambassador to tho
States, "ill confer the
I upon Mr. Pallot In "appre-
ciative recognition of his exenv
i. \ service on behalf of the
State ol Israel.*'
Mr. Pallot, chairman of the In-
ter National Bank, has achieved
ational prominence in his role as
I ae ol Miami's and Florida's most
igtinguished business and civic
eaders. Among the public offices
ich he has held are chairman of
Hie Miami Public Works Auth
y, chairman of the City of M
. an Parking Authority; vice eh
tan (>: le Planning A I
. i-jf Board: member of the > % -
tive c Dad C untj
I Chapter Board. Early in his legal
! career, he served as a Judge of the
Coral Gables Municipal Court and
later Witfj City Attorney of botb
Miami and >Tortn Miami.
He has given prominenl leader-
ship to many civic and philanthro-
pic causes, serving on the Hoard if
[YusU'CS Ol the Dad.' Count.
United Fund the B lard of Direc-
tors of the Greater Miami Crimi-
nal Commission and as chairman
of the Florida Regional Hoard of
the Anti-Defamation League.
Founder and first chairman of
B'nai B'rith's Outstanding Citizens
Award, he is a past president of
Sh ilom Lodge of B'nai B'rlth, a
Trustee of Temple Emanu-El, and'
. served on the Hoard of Jewish
rtilj Service for many years.
"The fact that (Ambassador Rab-
in will come to Miami to prison-
ally confer the award upjn Mr.
Pallol at the Israel Independence
Das Dinner is a rare tribute to
h inon e nnd to the entire com-1
m inlty of Miami," Mr. Alpert
I noted. "The Shield of Israel is the
d v hich the State of
Israel can confer upon an Amer-
i citizen for outstanding serv-
in tlv endeavor to strengthen
Israel's economy so necessary to ^
ichieve peace with security."
Special Passover
Program on Ch. 2
A special Passover television
program will be broadcast by the
Bureau of Jewish Education on
Ch. 2, Tuesday, at ":.?0 p.m.. ac-
cording to Leonard Zttbert, presi-
dent.
The program will include the
choir and soloists of the Work-
nen's Circle School, under the di-
of Max Glelberman, scho <\
director, and Rev. H. Marchbein,
musical director.
The choir will present selections
Iron: the Seder Service in Yiddish.
including the traditional "four
questions," "four sons." songs oi
the concentration camps, and tra-
ditional melodies of Passover. The
pro-ram will also include a film
strip depleting the procedure of
the Seder Service, and the Hebrew
vocabulary of the festival.
The "Living Hebrew" program
of the Bureau, now in its 13th year,
is under the direction of Dr. Louis
Schwartzman, the Bureau's exec-
utive din ctor.
Massachusetts Club Meets
The regular meeting of the Mass-
achusetts Club of Greater Miami
will be hold on Thursday, April 8,
8:30 p.m. at Bel Aire Hotel. A
movie. "The Best Things in Life
are Free," will be shown. William
Chiten is president.

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Friday. April 2, 1970
+Jewist noridtcin
Page 3-A
Samuel Dror Will Present
Shalom Award to Bernsteins
id Dror, Israel's Director)
,1 the Ministry of Defense Mission
, unii i States an Dating in the African and I
p tigns,
During lsra I's War of Independ
cue.' he foughl as an artillei
ftcPr through all the camp* rns h
the Ni;. inrl
live officer in the Israel Defense
Fore rational and tech-
nical assignments.
A gradual <'f Technion he has
headed Israel's Ministry of Defense
Missions in Prance, Italy and
S itzei I ii d.
In Israel, lie holds business and
professional positions and was an
ictive member in the Association of
Engineers and Architects, the In-
ternational Technical Cooperation
Center and ir>o Institute tor Plan-,
nine and Development.
Dr. Meron Medzini, (center) Professor of Polit-
ical and Social Science at the Tel Aviv and
Hebrew Universities in Israel, was the quest
speaker at the annual CJA-IEF Food Group
luncheon, which was held at the Pepsi Cola
Rotunda Building recently. F.'om left to right
are Jerry Blank of National Brands, honorary
chairman; Marvin Flo.man of Natioi
Brands, associate chairman; Richard E. Ler.-
cer, o' G:and Union Co., cochairman; Dr.
Medzini; Ben Silver cf Food Fair Stores
Food Division chairman; Joseph Cohen o:
federal Packing, honorary chairman, and
Den Swartz of Pepsi Cola Co.
SAMUEL DROR
will be the guest speaker at the
Beth Raphael-Forte Towers Israel
Dinner of State. Sunday evening
at the F.mtainebleau Hotel, it was
announced by Dr. David Raab.
spiritual leader of Temple Beth
Raphael and George M. Kotin,
chairman of the dinner. Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Bernstein will lie hon-
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of the State of Israel Shalom
Award which will be conferred up-
on them by Mr. Dror.
The dinner will be preceded by
a reception at 6 p.m. to be ten-
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Mrs. Bernstein.
Mr. and Mrs. I. Victor Ament
are serving as chairmen of the
committee of patron-hosts for the
dinner. Entertainer Eddie Schaffer
will offer a special program of folk
humor. Music for dinner and danc-
ing will be provided by the Lenny
Daw-son Society Orchestra.
Mr. Dror assumed his present
post in Washington in 1969 follow-
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Army in the Middle East, partici-
15th Annual Beth Ei Seder
The 15th annual Congregational
Passover Seder of Temnle Beth
Kl of Hollywood will be held at the
Emerald Hills Country Club on
Friday evening, April 9. starting
at fi:15 p.m. The Seder will be con-
ducted by Dr. Samuel Z. Jaffe,
spiritual leader of the Reform
Congregation, and will be vre-
ceded by a Sabbath Eve Vesper
service at the temple at 5:15 p.m.
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+Je*ls?incricf#*r
Friday, April 2, 1971
"Jewish Floridian
OFFICE and PLANTHO N.E. 6th Street
Telephone 373 4605
P.O. Box 2973, Miami, Florida 33101
Fred K. Shochet
Editor and Publisher
Selma M.Thompson
Assistant to Publisher
The Jewih Floridian Doei Not Guarantee The Kathroth
^*. JD1 The Merchandise. Adv.rUurt in.Ua Cetoomfc.-- ~ --
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Volume 44
Friday. April 2, 1971
Number 14
7 NISAN
'Tzedakah' For The Needy
The illusion of a totally affluent society particularly
affluent Jews is slowly being put to rest by the realiites
of our time. Apparently it takes a recession to force recog-
nition of a condition which has existed for a long time in
our community the Jew, particularly of advanced age,
who is unable to maintain even a subsistence level of
living.
Federation has underway at present a 90-day pilot
program designed to review the need of augmenting public
welfare grants to needy Jews in Greater Miami. One might
say, "it's about time," but while it is pleasing to Jewish
pride and Jewish concern for taking care of our own, the
fact is that welfare in that sense can never really be a func-
tion of the Federation and should not be.
The state of Florida ranks among the lowest of all 50
states in most of its categorical aid programs, sharing with
places like Mississippi and Alabama a barbaric outlook
toward helping those in need because of age and disabil-
ity. As the new Legislature prepares to meet, it behooves
our Jewish institutions and agencies to join with other com-
munity groups to demand "tzedakah" justice for the
needy, among whom are many Jews, as the study is
discovering.
Lessons Must Not Be Forgotten
As Sen. Henry Jackson has pointed out, it is difficult to
imagine a more short-sighted diplomacy on the part of the
United States in the Middle East than one thai forces Israel
back to vulnerable borders and then installs along these
borders admittedly with other troops, including our own
the military forces of the Soviet Union.
Revisionist historians may be correct in placing a great
deal of the blame for the Cold War on American policy,
but Russian policy from Stalin to Khrushchev to Kosygin
has been no better and in many instances far worse.
The lesson of Berlin must not be ignored where coopera-
tion with the Soviets is concerned nor can the lesson of
the missile-moving at Suez be forgotten by anyone still
naive enough to believe that Russian guarantees have
some value.
Search Should Not Be Blocked
It hardly reguires any more expensive studies to reveal
that many of our Jewish agencies and institutions are deal-
ing with the realities of a generation maybe several gen-
erations long since gone.
While the Synagogue Council of America is wisely re-
viewing its historic opposition to public aid for private and
parochial schools in the light of new evidence and con-
cepts, the American Jewish Congress is preparing to start
a nationwide drive in support of its own historic position
that has for decades placed it in the forefront of opponents
cf such aid. It may be that the Council's study will strength-
en its old stand, but what is important now is that it has
opened the door to let some of the new views come through.
To speak of the public schools today as "the great
ladder of upward mobility in American life," as did the
head of the Congress' Women Division recently, is to ignore
reality. Educators and social scientists whose liberalness
end support of American tradition are not guestioned have
offered a numb?r of challenging alternatives to our prssent
system of universal education. Their search for solutions to
a serious problem should not be blocked by the debatable
wall of separation of church and state.
MATTER OF FACT
by JOSEPH ALSOP
WASHINGTON The with-
drawal of a regiment of the
South Vietnamese First Divi-
sion quite obviously means that
the end of the campaign is now
in sight.
The reasons for Saigon's le-
cision to begin withdrawal are
both obvious and sound. The
Weather, especially around Khe
Sanh, has been continuously un-
seasonable. The South Vietna-
mese troops in Laos are wholly
dependent on air supply and air
support. Leaving them there if
the weather should mm really
would be downright suici-
dal
MORE important, these once-
scorned South Vic tnames. tro ips
have ahead} been in continu-
o vorj heavy combat for 40
,i i; ii would havi : too
i to last th i
Comment
Every city has its Ellis Rubin.
Some people think they'll' nuts
and others believe they are
saints.
Their politics vary some-
times they're knee-jerk liberals,
sometimes knee-jerk conserva-
tives. (Mostly. I think, they fall
somewhere in between just
plain knee-jerks, i
ONE CAN get properly indig-
nant about an Ellis Rubin. (Ix>ok.
for instance, at how he heljioil
to move the Super Bowl with
all those beautiful sporting dol-
lars we need in this tourist-
oriented economy out of
Miami and into New Orleans.)
Or ecstatic at the grand oppor-
tunity to watch another foot: all
game in mid-January, maintain-
ing the continuity of television
foot'all's hypnosis for a seventh
month.
But that's missing the point
of "Born Loser" real-life role of
the Rubin. I have known many
of them; they were always in-
volved in making big waves in
the bathtub.
I THINK of an old friend who
was always on the fringe of suc-
cess, an errorless third baseman
who never made it to the big
leagues because the scouts dis-
covered he n ver made a play
nil be the ball w as hit directly
at him. And the guy who
oul of law school during the de-
ision. He sold shoes between
handling occasioi al small claims
r ir clients other al torneys had
turn d aw ay, and although
was a liberal, he ran for Con-
i
his odi om i w at also a
liberal. Hi lot of emu -
The Rubin Is a Republican in
i an all-Demccratic county like
another .'>0 days or more, with-
out relief or reinforcement.
.Most important of all, rein-
I ni ni was therefore requir-
ed in the strength of at least
one more division. Bui with five
divisions out-of-country aln
two in Cambodia and three in
Laos President Thieu quite
si mda ly did nol s e
v.,.\ clcai to stripping his In-
country strength any further.
it is time, then, to I
m ,ke it of tin- ex-
i old operation, i
in gin by noting thai
in ol the Cam
i n sanctua ies failed to
the wh i > h
quai rs, so the >p< ; >n in
has nol attained i'-.
mum objective.
The maximum obji ctivc v as
not only to disrupt and cut
Laos trails which was done.
II was a'.so 10 keep the trails out
of usi throughout the whole dry
-. -in. If that aim had be >
attained, it would have been l
ckout blow.
the fact that it would
have been a knockout blow is
plainly proved by the ferocity
ol the resistance ordered by
It nol As these words are writ-
i, n, :t is a conservative esti-
that 10.00X1 North Vietn -
troops or the pr
l ma! quivali nt of l1 '
Americans have already been
left on the battlefield to kei p
the trails partly of n, The turn-
ing point came on the south m
flank, where the men of
th Vietnamese First Dr.
v.. i, ngagi d, Thi y had reach I
T. hepone, whi re th< y had m r
Continued on Page 13-A
by EDWARD COHEN
bade, but when th- Btati elects
its first Republican governor, he
is passed by for Judgeships in
favor of turncoat Democrats.
it is not the unpopularity
ol his causes (like battling Dick
Gerstein or trying to stop the
bussing of school children I that
is important. After all. Ameri-
can Civil Liberties Union attor-
neys take on even more unpopu-
lar ones, including the d< f' rise
of a Rubin. But the fact that
these causes seem to add up to
a gmat big zero as far as the
real public interest is concerned
is Striking. Let's face it. getting
another football game ever the
Super Bowl- on thi air has to
; i i'.ist plain knee-j, rk.
Well, our Ellis may not be
alone for long if some recent
evidence is a wi athervane. .Man;.
ol iis Rubin watchers will be
kl e| ii." a close eye on the
M inicij al Judge who threw a
ti i agsr into jail for 30 days b -
cause he v on an American
shirt in his court room.
As THE \( i.i executive
tor pointed out, muni
courts II ovet the co inti;
cial thing in themsi Ives.
i ven so. tiiis s, ntem was
a ''ii much, and the Circuit
! : to w horn the ease was
api i ali d, wis ly n leased I
th.
Moscov
II
jail Thi
with
two who Ii l
they were sent to a mental in-
stitution.
VOE MAY recall that after
jailer informed the judge that
the shirt-offending youth "didn't
act normal." he was subject' I
to a psychiatric probe on the
judge's orders. The youngsti r
wasn't violent or unruly, but he
was withdrawn and didn't seem
to mix well with the other pris-
oner. (He couldn't relate
wi it to his fi How criminals
rapists, burglars, etc. as <
nutty kid who wears his hair
lnig and the American flagor a
I)or copy for a shirt, should, i
So, there an ci azy, dissent
Jews in Moscow and crazy, non-
conforming kids in Miami, and
the insane asylum would a m
to be the only answi r for a
11. SSive society.
IN BEADING some of
writings of 1*. D. Laing. the hot-
ti -i "name" in psyi hiatry today,
1 was struck by this stater
"In the context of our pn '
i" rvasive madm -> thai we ca
' dilv, sailtty and f i i
all our fram s of n ferei ce an
ai 'ii [uous and quivocal. "<
I fen tO I"' dead i
Red is normal. A man who
hi has lost his soul is mat.
an who s,,, thai men are
great ft
i V man who saya be IS a
nine is 'depei ed' i"
i on.'
R I ins (includil .
'i. out Ii i munic
u be obj
.but
what
i !
in slightly fright" i i
i ilk.


Friday. April 2. 1970
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Jewish Communal Service Miami Happenings
Conference Set Aug. 15-20
Professionals in many fields of
Jpwish communal service from
throughout the world will gather
In Jerusalem this summer for a
conferenoi on how to assure Jew-
intlnulty under present con-
ditions.
More than 500 administrators,
practitioners and experts In Jew-
ish social service and communal
ization are expected to at-
i;e International Conference
of Jewish Communal Service Aug.
n the Israeli capital.
Outstanding authorities from
i. Europe, and Israel will
address the conference, which also
ill hear Isr ieli leaders in >v>
rvivr.' lit, political life and social
w ork,
l majo ehes will deal
with the problems of Jewish con-
tinuity from v irious viewpoints.
Participants will include Bertram
H Gold, executive vice president
Am.-: : -an Jew! ih Commit-
tee: Mordecal Bar-On director of
the Yo 11 l-i and Hechalutz Depart-
ment f the Jewish Agency in
Conversions Eased
By Chief Rabbinate
Council's Decision
(Continued from Pace 1
of the ( n\ 'rsions, which
i halachic I lev ish
l. jurisdiction. The Jewish
T a; hie A : has I ai m d,
however, that the Chief Rab-
i has, i-; fact, agri ed to
. oncessi >ns on matters of
nee is :. sine.' othcr-
\ the new s would be
B poll.:
c. ii ifs action follov d
] ressure I om sev i al La-
bi Alignment n mbi rs of the
Cabinet Premier Golda
The Alignment reportedly
thi ri ''is Ii ins-
ures against the
; if H did not yield on
.. the convi rsions
i jew is i ipouses and the
chil u of immi n ants.
Jerusalem; Professor Freddy
| Raphael, of the University of Sir is-
] bourg, France: and Professor Arn-
old (iu;in. of Brandeis University.
There will be sessions on Jew-
ish education. Jewish center work,
children's and family services
care of the ag 'I. youth services.
service to Immigrants, care of re-
tarded children, mental health
community relations, journalism
synagogue administration, health.;
library work, among others.
This will !>: the second as
bly of the Internationa] Confer-
ence; the first was held in Jeru-
salem in 1967. Cochairmen are!
Irving Greenberg, president of tlv!
National Conference of Jewish
Commun il Service and Dr. Hanoch
Rinot, of the Hebrew University
in Jerusalem.
The international planning com-|
mittee tor I erence is head 'd
by Dr. Arnulf M. Pins, executive
director of the Council on Social
Work E lucatii i
April 1st and 2nd are the
dates of the Miami Norland
Senior High School Drama De-
partment's annual "Viking Va-
rieties Show." Curtain in the
itorium is 8 p.m.
& ir -tr
Bruce S. Rubin and Lee M.
sir.off have been named vice
presidents of Ronald Levitt As-
sociates. Inc., a Coral Gables-
based public relations firm. Ru-
bin, a native Miamian, graduated
from the University of Miami
with a journalism degree, and
was Formerly News Director of
the agency. Sinoff completed his
journalism erucation at the Uni-
versity of Florida in the public
relati ins department. A native
of Jacksonville, he was active in
' rtising and radio in Gains-
ville before joining the firm a
year ago.
state Representative George
Firestone, iD-Miami' has named
Michael -larobson as his Admin-
istrative Aide. Jacobson is a
charter member of the Kings
Bay Optimist Club, an associate
member of the Public Relations
Societv of America and is cur-
rently serving as a consultant
to the Young Democratic Club
of Florida.
i3 -b It
Krie B. Rudolph ha- been ap-
pointed attorney in the Legal
rtment of Southern Bell in
Miami, according to Lawrence
B. Shelfey, '.ice president for
;: company. Rudolph cum. I
Mi imi after other assignments
in Southern Bell's Legal Depart-
ment in Atlanta and Jackson-
ville.
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Friday, April 2, 1971
Ruben Will Be Recipient
Of 1971 Bosworth Award
William S. Ruben, president,
i Marsh-Florida, has been
named as the 1971 recipient of the
Harold I?. Bosworth Memorial
Award. The aw ird will be pre-
sented to Mr. RUben at the annual
M< n intlle Division Dinner to be
held on behalf of the Combined
Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Kund campaign Thursday. April S.
hi the Sheraton Four Ambassu-
d ::>. cc irding to an announce-
ment made by George Mover and
Murray Turetsky, Mercantile Di-
eochairmen.
Mr. Ruben, who has served -
coordinator >! the MercantU i Di-
visioi foi th p si five y< irs, Joins
ihe list of ird recipients headed
by J >hn N. Serbin, wh i was l".". -
ored in 1965. The 1966 reci|
was the late Jacob Rabin
Jay I. Kislak received the 1967
nwar I Robe I M ichl the award
for 1988, Max Orovitz in 1969, and
M Ito W ,n 1970.
The award, named In memor>
i Huro'd B, Bosworth, one ol the
Founders of the Mercantile Di-
and a former chairman of
the Board of Jordan Marsh-Flor-
ida, is pre nted each year to an
individual in the Greater Miami
Communitj who exemplifies the
principles, beliefs and humanitar-
ian concepts of Mr. Bosworth, and
WILUAM S. RUBIN
Vpparel Group Committee mem-
,: n mcj Bannerman, Stan-
ley Barnctt, Marvin Bart, Ron
Benjamin, Gertrude N. Berg, E l
ward Blackmnn, Herbert Blate,
Ted Bodin, Margaret Burke, ( aro-
|yn Hurt. Joe Camp. Imogene
Campbell, Mike Carlo. Susan Car-
rey Tom Carroll. Juiia Citrone,
Kay Clifford. Myron Cohen, Rita
Cohen. Herb Curlow. Aaron Ein-
legcr, Mike Feldstein, Peter Fell-
Mildred Fisher, Michael Fi-
nelli. June Fitzgerald, Harold
Freinberg, Sidney Friedopfer, Bill
Frenchman.
Also. William C.ivner. Nina Glo-
bus, Milton Goldberg, Richard
Green. Paul Gross, Ron Heller,
Shirley Hoffman. Larry Hubbell.
N line Hudson, Florence Jakielek,
Gordon Kaplan, I.ouise Kaplan.
Sydello Karlin. Elsie Kaufman,
Helen Kuban, Mel Kurit/ky, Mor-
ton Lefkowitz, Gwen Love, Alan
Marcus, Barbara Mason. Jim Mc-
Grath, Priscilla Moody, Ed Muf-
son. Frank W. Oberfelder, Valerie
Pcyson, Harold Reinhard, Fred
ner, Monty Reiter, Louisi
Rice. Samuel B. Robinson, Norman
Rothstein, Leon Rubinstein. Marty
Schncll, Harold Sollgman, John X.
Serbin, Elliot Shechet, Samuel
Sommers, Marty Suchik, Mike Sus-
man, Roberts Temple. Sol Wenig
and Atigie Ziner,
The Department and Retail
Stores Group Committee is led l>\
Edward Berman, Leonard Luria,
'Dave Miller and Sanford Sprint/.
cochairmen,
The Homo Furnishings Group
Committee leaders are A. J. Alex-
ander, Jerry Uffner and Maxwell
H. Weisblatt, chairmen, and Men-
dell M. Selig, honorary chairman.
Committee members include Lou
Adler, J. William Baros, Jr., San-
ford Burns, Miss Barlwra Davis.
Edward Eisenberg, Al Isaacson.
Jerry Kadison, Herb Kaltbaum,
Nat Kupper, Ralph LavitZ, Hynwn
Lipzin, Leo Martin. Mrs. Norma
Mass Dave Melba, George Mild-
woff, Gerald Nathanson. Ralph
Oster. Edward Salomon. Jr.. Frank
i M. Seiden, Paul Shapiro. Edith
trma Siegcl and Nelson R. Zicher-
nan.
Representing the Jewelry Group
Committee are Ix-onard Luria,
Morris Rabinowitz and Irvine S
h tirmen.
The Sh>o Group Committee in-
cludes Roy Bowen, Jr., Joseph
Feinberg, Nick Stern and Stewart
i.. Sunness, cochairmen.
Maurice Rosen To Speak
"Inequality of the Courts" will
be the topic discussed by Mauric
Rosen, Esq., who is on the Board
of Directors of the American Civil
Liberties Union at the Skylakc
Chapter of American Jewish Con-
gress meeting to 1h' held at 1 p.m.
Wednesday, in the home of Mrs.
Charles Teichner. Apt E-305, 1351
NK 191st St.. North Miami Beach.
President is Mrs. Herman Fried-
man.
STANLEY H. ftlDBlRG
iias contributed to the betterment,
of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration and the general community.
The award is another in a long j
line Of Civic awards and duties for'
Mr. Ruben, a Board member of the
United Fund of Dade County, and
the Advisors of the School of Ad-
ministration, University of Miami,;
a vice !' esid ml of the Boy Scouts
>: America-South Florida Council,
Mr. Rutx n is also a member of the'
Board of G if the Greater
Miami Chamber of 0>mmerce, a
vice presiden' of the Greater Mi-
um l'hiHi rmoi Soci '. board
memht r v' the Museum ol &
and a member of the B i ird ol
the Dad" Foundation, the Board
of Governors of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation and the Board
of Florida Retail Federation's Con-
sumer Affairs Committee.
A highlight of the evening will
be the welcoming to Miami of Stan-
ley H. Feldbeng, president of the
Zayre Corporation, who will be
the guest speaker for the event.
Mr. Fcldberg, active in Jewish
community affairs for many years,
has been associated with the Com-
bimd Jewish Philanthropies of
Greatei Boston and the Young
Executives Group of Beth Israel
Hospital. H" is a director of the
Stale Street Bank & Trust Com-
pany, a member of the Board of
Overseers of the Amos Tuck
of Business Administration
at Dartmouth, a director of the
Massachusetts Merchants. Inc. and
a charter member of the Massa-
chusetts Merchandisers Hall of
the University of Massa-
chusetts
Servin as honorary cochairmen
of the Mercantile Division are
Louis I 11 .'. and Herman Ham-
mer. The Apparel Group Commit-
tee leadership includes Mrs. Heat-
rice Abel, Edward Berman, Jack
A. Diamond, Sam Lieberson, Mil-
ton Malsin, Sam Pappaport. San-
ford Spint.'. Seymour Schulner.
cochairmen. and Harry Mi/rach,
honorary chairman.
When you are
as old as we are
you have
to care more.
We've been in the dry cleaning and laundering
business on Miami Beach for 18 years. We have
customers who have been with us since we began.
Because they trust us.
And because we appreciate their trust and
confidence we do everything in our power to make sure
our customers are always satisfied.
We've just installed very expensive Sanitone
and Valctene drycleaning systems. We also have an
extra special hand-finishing service for all your fine
garments. We have the fastest service available
because all work is done right on our premises.
We do many things we don't have to do.
But that's the way we like doing business.
Because we care more.
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OF 4.1(1 \ II IC MIAMI
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Mourns the loss of Its Devoted Leaders
EVA M. BLUM
Recording Secretary
and
IRVING COHEN
Executive Board Member

May Their Souls Rest in iteraal ***"
RABBI IRVING LEHKMAN
Foundation Choirman
MAYOR JAY DERMER
President
RABBI MAYER ABRAMOWITZ
Chairman Executive Board


Friday. April 2, 1970
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Friday, April 2, 1971
Histadrut's Third Seder
To Feature Rachel Gusman
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. oi the -::. I i >vill
be tHB I tur d ;: nual
celebration I I "hird Sed
' Histadrul
C I of South 1 ; :
. vi ng, a. ril 11
ble u Hotel I n nnounced by'
S Fi nstein n of the
Board this i
An artist of exci tional skill.
Miss Gusman will take part in the
i riginai Haggadah written for this
c ision, a musical program of
I and dance, staged by Arie
Kaduri. The dance team of Shaul
and Yehudit will present original
es composed for this event.
This tradition;.! affair of the
Hist inization concluding
- for the year, will
. ice (ssful ea p l( n to
South Florida M lical
i Beersheba, Israel. A
ol honor has been prop ire i,
names of individuals
.ups which have taken an ;
! in this vital effort
ports Kaput Holim. the
medical service of the Histadrut,
which services 801 of the Jewish
population in Israel through its
network of 16 major hospitals
and over 1.00D clinics.
Honorees at the Seder will be
Philip and Mildred Sahl. whose
outstanding work and contribu-
tions have contributed to the sue-
Israel's Minister of Tourism, Moshe Kol, extend"! a warm
invitation to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mook, Miami Honorees
oi Israel, who will be among the Israel Bond leaders taking
part in the Miami Oleh Regel Tour scheduled to depart
June 15. The three-week tour, under the auspices of the
Israel Bond Arganization, is slated to return July 6, accord-
ing to Michcel Litvak (right) director.
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Of Hemorrhoidal Tissues
Promptly Relieved
In many cases Preparation H
gives prompt, temporary relief
from such pain and itching
and actually helps shrink
swelling of hemorrhoidal tis-
sues caused by inflammation.
Tests by doctors on hun-
dreds of patients showed this
to be true in many cases. In
fact, many doctors, them-
selves, use Preparation H9 or
recommend it for their fam-
ilies. Preparation H ointment,
or suppositories.
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: thi C >un< il's efforts this
Mr. Sahl, manager of the
Four Freedoms, has long
known for his efforts on beh
senior citizi ns, while Mildred San
ark-plugged the actiyitii -
the Women's Council which has
Ised funds on behalf of the senior
citizens of Israel.
M -he Gilboa, consul general "I
the state of Israel, will represent
his government and will speak on
the meaning of Passover at the
festival of freedom, celebrating
the first such holiday in history,
and the role taken by Israel in the
continuity of the efforts of the
Jews on behalf of freedom cvery-
w here.
I
Leaders of the Histadrul Coun-
cil will take part in a remem-
brance ceremony for the "Six
Million" the Jews who perished
in the holocaust during World War
II Moe Levin, program chair-
man, announced. Dr. Michael Sos-
sin is president of the Council, and
Mr. Jacob Rifkin is chairman ol
the Business & Professional divi-
sion.
Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual
leader of Temple Beth Sholom,
Mil mi B ach, and honorarj chair-
man of the Histadrut Council, will
speak on the vital role of the His-
tadrut in maintaining the thrust
of the cooperative philosophy in
the growth and purpose of the
state
The Senior Citizen's Social Guild of Miami does its share in
the support of the Israel Histadrut Council's project in Beer-
sheba, Israel. Presenting a check for the South Florida
Medical Center in Beersheba are Morris Millman. treasurer,
(left) Mina Grutman, president of the Guild, and Edward
Tumaroff, executive director of the Histadrut in Miami.
Youth Request A Luhaviteh Group
Among the nearly 2.803 people
who attended the Chassidic Festi-
val of Muse. S mg and Dance Sat-
urday nighl at Miami Beach Audi-
torium were some 50 youths who
also registered for the youth week-
end held at the Coronet and Wof-
ford H '-. iccording to Rabbi
un K n f. the South astern
director of the Lubavitcher move-
ment which sponsored both events
. sed by the religious ex-
nce, the young people expres-
sed a wish that the youth
ends be held 10 to 12 times a \ r
and a Lubavitcher Youth Group
! be formed here.
Rabbis who will guide the new
group include Korf, Sholom
skar, Yitscho Mtfcus, David S -
piro, Abraham Blesofsky m ;.
ley B. Weiss,
The second annual Festi
lured K'.i Lipsker and a choir of
12 men and S boys with much :f
the au lience joinin the
singing and dancing in 5tagi .
th< second half.
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Friday, April 2, 1970
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ZOA Sponsoring Community-Wide
Israel Anniversary-Celebration
1 v i Siegel, program chairman
Brandeia Dlstriel of the
; si District of America,
has
'
Zionist M Dr. Irving
Lehm
Miami Be ich, a nat lal \ ice-presi-
denl of 1.....-;
of America, *ill also i ldress the
celebration.
In honor of the 23rd Annivi rs j
of the Si ite of Israel, a special
musical candle-lighting ceremony
has beer, p | m which 23
community leaders will partici-
pate.
Also taking part in tho program
will be Miami Beach Mayor Jay
Dormer. Mortimer May. past na-
tional president of the ZOA, and
Sidney Raymond, a national vice-
RABBI DAVID SHAPIRO
announced that it will sponsor a
i unity '.vide Israel Anniver-
sarj celebration Monday evening.
celebration, which will m irk
I d Anniversary of the State
(-.]- el, is open to the public and
will 1 ike place at 8 p.m. in the
Pompeii Room of the Eden R
Hotel Miami Beach. There is no
on charge, according to
1- Donen, president of the dis-
trict.
The guest speaker for the eele-
bration will be the Hon. Amitzia
Guibbory, Consul of Israel In New
Y >rk City since 1939, who will
bring to the community an up to
the minute report of the situation
j Israel and the Arab States.
Born in Jerusalem, Mr. Guib-
bory attended elementary and sec-
i ndary schools there and after
service in the Israel Defense forces,
graduated from the Hebrew Uni-
ersity where he specialized in
Political Science and History of
1hc Jewish people. He has served
is acting director of the Israel
' 'vernmont Press Office in Jeru-
ilem and also as principal assist-
ant to the Director General and as
spokesman of the Prime Minis-
ter's Office.
One of the highlights of the An-
niversary Celebration will be the
premiere performance of a spe-
cial Cantata arranged by the
rioted Israeli composer and con-
CMl pianist, Shmuel Fershko. The
Cantata "In The Days of Free
Jerusalem, Israel 23," which
was composed especially for this
celebration, will feature three no-
ted Miami Beach cantors: Zvi Ad-
ler of Temple Fmanu-Kl; Abraham
S. if of Kneseth Israel; and Saul
T- eh of Temple Beth Raphael.
The narrators will he Rabbi Gil-
bert Kollin, associate rabbi of Tem-
i Emanu-El and Mrs. Kollin.
Rabbi David Shapiro, spiritual
k i !er of Temple Sinai. Hollywood,
former president of the Seven
Si te Region of the Southeastern
I V will discuss the work of the
A in Israel and the Importance
the International scene of the
Two Temple Menorah Seders
Traditional Seder services Will
1 he'd in the Grand Ballroom of
. ineblrau Hole) under the
s of Temple Menorah Fri-
day ev< ning, April 9. and Saturday
ing, April 10, it has been an-
nounced. Reservations for the two
& ders, to be conducted by Rabbi
r Abramowitz and Cantor
Nico Feldman, assisted by the
temple's choir, may be made by
calling the hotel's banquet depart-
ment, j
'..nt of the ZOA.
Assist! Mr.S land? r> n
'li with lents are Is idor
Riffkin, K/i u i'.. i ;>.,i. Max
kin, Louis H iberman, < om '
. Dr, and Mi s. Herm in Au
' I el, Richard Bergman, Jem
rets! y. Her nan Frank, M tn Is
i\ and (ii] Ra | iport, director
of the Southeasl R gion / >A.
The Broward Zionist District
* will sponsor the .same Israel Anni-
versary celebration program, at 8
p.m. Sunday in the Haber-Karp
Hall of Temple Sinai, 1201 John-
son St., Hollywood, according to
Sam ,1. Perry, president.
Pictured at Sky Lake Synagogue's fifth anniversary dinner
honoring Leo Nelson (left; are Herman Ehrlich, president ol
the Cone, legation; Paule Venze, vice president, who served
as chairman of the dinner, and Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan.
spiritual leader of the congregation, who paid tribute to the
honoree.
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triday, April 2. 1971
Hdcr
Miamian Gives Hotel In
Kansas To Urban League
'on;.

Miami philanthropist and Jew-
ish community leader Leon J. Ell
:s turning over his interest, title
andtleed to the Boulevard Manor-
Hotel in Kansas City to the Urban
League there, it was announced.
The building, which has an as-
sessed value of $300,000. is to be j
ised for community services, and
Hv Board of Diiectors of Kansas
City's Urban League has voted to
rename ii the "Whitney M. Young.
Ji.. Memorial Building." A plaque
will be placed in the bidding ac-
knowledging his contribution, ami
a second plaque will be presented
to Mr. Ell in appreciation of his |
Fashion Show Benefit
'iiie Broward County Optometric
Association Auxiliary will hold a
fashion show Saturday noun in the
i] l. >om of the Gall |
Mile Hotel, Fort La
I i PrOC els will fund a two-;
irse In,' opto netric
technici ins : M imi-Da le Junior
College. i
generosity, it was announced.
A lone-time supi>ortor of Jewish
causes In Greater Miami, Mr. Kll.
who for a number of years has
been iiJt rested in
' munity and has written .
I for newspapers and inau.i-ii .
| the subject of Improving n
' between the Jewish and
communities, is a member
Greater Miami Jewish f\
tion's Community Relations fw
mittee and is serving or: th<
paign Cabinet of the 1971
bined Jewish ApiM-al-T-.
crncv Fund.
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Residents of Seaccast Towers East celebrated the 9Cth birth-
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"Night in Israel" by purchasing S5'.;9,CC0 in Israel E.~ .
his honor. Shown h?re halpinq Mi. Dnrsky cut the bir"ic!ay
cake are Dr. Leon Kronish, Rabbi of Temple Belh Sholom
and a national vice chairman of the Israel Bond Organisa-
tion and Dr. Irving Lehrman, Rabbi of Temple Emanu-El
and chakman of the Israel Eonds Board of Governors.
Chairman of the evening was David J. Light. The event was
sponsored by the Seacoast Towers East Israel Bond Com-
mittee, of which J. A. Herwitz is Chairman.
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riday, April 2. 1970
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Father Flannery Beth Am's
3rd Forum Speaker Apr. 15
Father Edward H. Flannery, one pruminontly as an exponent of
[of the nation's leading Catholic | Catholic sorii) thouRht and ac-
Clergymen. will six-ak at Temple; lion, .particularly..in. the field of-
Jewish-Christian dialogue, which
he sees as presenting special prob-
FAJHtR iOYIARD H. FlANNtRY
sth Am Thursday, April 15 in
third program of the South
Jade congregation's seventh an-
\ : Forum series. An appearance
Israeli entertainers May 9 will
find i>;> the temple's yearly series.
K;ii'.. Flannery is executive
Icretary of the Secretaries for
IthollC-Jewish Relations of the
shops' Committee for F.eumenical
nd Interrellgious Affairs, with of-
,.i Seton Hall University in
Sew J< rsey, where he is assistant
lirector of the Institute of Judaeo-
!hristian Studies He has figured
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lenS for the ecumenist because of
an embitl .- d p st.
Fathei Flannery, who will dis-
cuss i1! content and import of the
Vatican Council's recent Declara-
tion on the Jews, and will outline
done today to im-
plement It, will bo Into the his-
i past to trace the roots of
1 Istian troubles accord-
ing to G : Schwartz, chairman
In Am Forum.
" author of
: o .; 'The Anguish
Ji which Is subtitled
"23 Con) ^nti-Semil
Tli" fii irj ol anti-Semitism
by .i Cath lie i lest, 11 has re-
sinc its publi-
cati !. and h i '
ral languages.
For the r ast thr I- ye irs. Father
Flanni ry His served as Consultant
to the Vati in Secretarial for
Catholic-Jewish Relations. He w in
the National Brotherhood Award
of the National Conference of j
Christians and Jews for 1965, and
also has won awards from the;
America r. Jewish Committee, Jew-
ish War Veterans and other or-
ganizations.He has received the
National Catholic Book Award
and the honorary degree of Doc-1
tor of Humane Letters from Our
Lady of Providence Seminary,
Tickets for Ihe April 15 program
are on sale at Temple Beth Am's
office. Dr. I,conard Lewis is serv-
ing as cochairman of th" Forum.
Rabbi Eisenberg
Guest Of Honor
R ibbi Emanuel Eisenberg, -
Itual leader of Temple Beth She-
lorn in I.ake Worth, was guest of
, honor at "A Night in Israel" Sun-
day night.
Held in the temple social hall,
I and sponsored by the Temp!.- Beth
I Sbolom Israel Bond Committee,
the festive affair starred Fddie;
Schaffer, American Jewish hu-.
morist. and the Sholom Group.
Rabbi Fisenberg, recipient of the
Jerusalem Peace Award, is a dis-
tinguished member of the Rabbini-
cal Association of Greater Miami.
Food Fair Chairman
Saluted At Dinner
PHILADELPHIA, Pa. Lieut.
Gen. Yitzhak Rabin, Israel's Am-
bassador to lh" United States, pre
sentetl the Shield of Israel Award
ttVlidfiis Stein.''chairman of Food
Fair Stores. Inc., at a national trib-
ute dinner in his honor this week
Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey ID-
Minn I was the principal speaker
i1 the dinner attended by some
community, industrial and na-
tional leaders. The dinner, given
in cooperation with the State of
! Bonds, raid trlb'ite to Mr.
S*( In for his contributions to the
fields of the humanities and edu-
cation and towards the economic
l- elopmenl of Israel,
Fall Registration At Local School
The V. sh'va Day School of North
Miami Beach is now accepting fall
registration for children from pre-
school through the sixth gr idc.
Rabbi David Warman is principal
of the school.
Classes at the school are con-
fl ft} dividing (he children
into groups based on ability. In
addition to phonetics, reading.
writing, number recognition and
arithmetic, all of the pre-school
groups are learning the history of
America and Israel a-s well as goo*
graphic locations in the world.
Also Included in the days lessons
are Hebrew re riting
conversatioi i.
and
Heid of the preschool depart-
ment u Miss Ethel Tark with Mrs.
Marlcne Kalchman and Mrs. Janet
Spector. preschool assistants.
*
Anita Bryant Appointed
Singer Anita Bryant has been
appoint: d residential chairman for
Florida's 1971 American Cancer
Societ) crusade. The appointment
was announced by crusadi chair*
m:! Domi Dickey this week.
On Friday. April 23, the Bell
System Family Theatre will
present "Heiietz," a one-hour
lelevision special that provides
a profile of violinist Jascha
Heifetz at home and on stage,
as a virtuojo performer and a
master teacher, on NBC-TV
from 10 to 11 p.m.
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At last.
Will it be a small wedding and a big reception, or vice versa'
Alter all. theie are a lot of relieved girl friends and rejected boy
friends that have to be accommodated, one way or another.
Either way. there are no two ways about who should handle
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Friday, April 2. ig-j-
Rabbi Schiff Will Conduct
Special Passover Services
i.ibbi Solomon ScMff, Airretor Members of tbe Chaplaincy Ad-
bf Hu-G.vai.r Miami Jewish Fed- i-istorj Committee headed by Mr. :. lik-B.n <.ur:,.n l.r.-.nvh .. in
P.emsen, Gleiberman Guests
, h j Remsen, acting chair
,-, i| the Jewish Labor Commit-
iti r Miami and a sta I
,,._!,., ,,: the Ti amsters La' <'
institute of. Miami, Florida, will j
. on 'Jewish Lab >r Coramlt-
, To las -'i the meeting ol the
*rt tin.- _^c*n* ...... ^ 4 M v,...^>.. --- -- .-
|>. tion^s Community Chaplaincy Kisenstajaj^flclude Jucl<
Service, will conduct special serv- vice chaTi man; waiter STPalk
i | nisi 0 I
M n la> in Hie W ishington]
I Savings Bank Auditori im.
. special Berv- vice cnanman; waner s,pi and
Ices commemorating Passover at Sam J. Heiman, honorary chair-
various institutions In the com- men; Sam G.ldman. Mrs. Milton ^A Washington Ave.. Miami
munity, 11 has been announced. S. Green, Florence Kupperman, ,? paph Max Gleiberman, Field
: Banv Kutun, Max Manfk! Abbreviated Seder services with r,ving Rubin. The Rabbinical As- fnice Re sei itive or tn. J.
appropriate Seder symbols will '< 50ciation is represented by Rabbi ish Labor Committee, and secre-
conducted al Sunland Training _, landau IU president, Dr. Irv- tarv of Workmen'sC Southern
Center, Cedars ol Lebanon Hos-' ., ... .. pniest
pHal. the Jewish Home for the Ing Lehrman and Dr. Herbert M will itoo
A Mount Sinai Hospital. Jack- Baumgarrl.
son Memorial Hospital, Crestviev.
Nursing Home and Dade Coi
Jail, according to an announce-
ment made by Leo Eisei sti In,
chairman of th<' Chaplaincy Ad-
vi ory Committee.
inded in 1936, theCommunit"
Chaplaincy Si rvice is sponsored by
the Greater Miami Jewish Feder-
ation in association with the Rab-
binical Association of Great t
Miami. It is basic Jewish principle known as
"Bikkur Cholim" i-isitine; the ill.!
The program brings visitation to
Jewish persons confined to hoS|
ta!s and other institutions of Dade
County.
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*assover Quiz Box -
Why i* il forbidden lo eat surh
Illume* as riee, peas beans on
I Passover?
Several reasons are given for
this. Originally, these things were
Inot forbidden. Only the live grains
|were originally forbidden by the
Torah. Such things as rice, peas
&nd beans were forbidden later on
cans.' of apparent confusion that
Idi io mistakes and inadvert-
nt transgressions. One sour*.....I
confisMii i's that some people
Iwere eustomed lo making some
[type i iii-end from these starchy
L ,v Thus, ".v c nil easily
I s ....... .,.; ,ii ide from one
|-, vi : ible i with i!< is made
illS 111 '.I MIC I roll;
, p ssovi r.
^ '..';> of co n by
r bis \v.i-- ih 'i "ne ol the
i gel ables v
<; to the m
Thus, one mighl possibly
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ed to stay for good.
v had tin n turned south-
stward, as planned, along
,,;,. ;n i the sole significant
il in Laos thai was not al-
ut.
)\ HOI TK 914, they hid
|ni feai ful damage to tin- en-
y su| ply system, it was here,
nee. that South Vietna-
.. nee l idled the
idq lai i' rs of one of the en-
nh i rams" the self-
ai tporl and engi-
units, among which the
:><. nl of the Laos trails
-, ded.
i' cruel ih assault "as
t in in: and when the men
r First Division moved for-
::. they found five dazed sur-
nearlj 400 dead and
ng North Vietnamese troops.
give ine other illustration
< perhaps more important,
,i. thank God, less bloody,
enemy has also lost the si ig-
total of 15.000 tons of
- in the course of this fic;ht-
iiiis was clearly the entire
mt of rice destined to pro-
1\ : rations for all the North
[\ inamese troops further south,
all the months until the next
i -. -eason. It can he seen, then,
>hy the enemy has been ljoth
dent and desi>erate.
The decisive fights appear to
fl ive engaged the two point bat-
lions of the South Vietnamese
[First Division. In one, the bat-
talion commander. I.t. Col. Le
Huan, was lost. In both. th*
South Vietnamese losses reached
above .">0 men per battalion,
which is "heavy" by our stand-
ard.
BUT IN one of these f1 flits
the enemy's loss was above 550
men and in tli oth t, hi I.....sly
enough, the enemy loss was 1.100
men in a three-day battle. These
are not empty figures, either.
i The enemv's weapons-loss ws
I tional, being above 710
lindhidual wt apons in all in these
|lwo ...hts,
Ii I < been nons tsc, then, I i
ba k bout i "i.i'H on no n il
levui ci il II -' ice the
F( '. igony of K1- 3 nh"
\- h w is reallj .> brutal a nv
f ie enemv, r ither th i n f
on- nen i: would uopeai thai
^io : rhtini: in Vi mam has b en
'elv reported.
THE FACT rent dns that the
sh \ ioienee o< the i y re-
in, the unimaginable la\ ish-
if "... | .. | .. '. i
I ng their n
. .
or witl Since the
I i> nil
I ibl lual
run.
. j |
howt
make some food product out of
them, not realizing that it was
really wheat which he was using
by mistake. A thiid reason (Tur)
is that sometime, wheat grains
and kernels were mixed in with j
these v i : !e grains. OneraU
speaking, it was the procedure in
Jewish law to avoid any means of
confusion, such as mistaken iden-
tity. Thus, sui i things a i pas
heans, | rice were forbid-
den on Passovi r by sp icial dec
it in ral
Win i* ji toihi(!ii ;i i,, ,, ,)
rhomet? after a certain hour <>i
tin- morning on the d.t> before
Passover?
t is I that I
of i'. in the e\ i
hour foi '
1
t noo m the
the 1
have th
. I ; red foi the
iver.
tte in [ the lamb
"as ,: :. d; in act h ch
ti d with festivity and the
Sil ce the lai
to he used on Passover, ii was a
i*u'.e that at the t if its si iu: h
no one should b eal in
tz thai time. :- o lei I
ire th it such would not he
'!" case the rabbis m ved th
thi : ibition up so that
e >iop eatins chomi tz in Mi
norning nstea I ol waiting until
noon
Whv is it obligatory for the
first born t last o- !> itttend
a feast when' the < inclusion of
the <.t- l> ot the tractate ol the
Talmud is celebrated on the day
before Passover?
It in P ssover i ve thai the
i| the Egypt \
an I the fit si i> r of the
< spared this
edj -: i in exp i
being savi d from de tth is an oc-
casl in w hich sho ild make a p t
son fee! thankful tnd even p 'iiti
tent. On h iu!d feel pent it" nt
I] KABBI SAMUEL j. FOX
because, certainly, everyone sinsi
somehow, and being spared, while
ithers suffer indicates that the'
Almighty was grateful to the in- i
dividual in spite of his sins. Thus.
he should try to atone for his sins I
ichen remembering such an occa-
sion.
Atonement is often acquired by
asting. Atonement however, can
ilso be acquired by the perform-
ince of and the participation in
i .:, .cialh wh -r th
study of Torah is involved. Fur-
th< rmore, when a feasl of c Ii
: n is ;n order, : is) Ing is p o-
,:iii'"'i -" i- not to s e-i inc >n
'tent od of the houi
T us, tl re tst of ce] -bratin
' the tudy ol the
of Ihe T ilm M h : insti
;| do th i 'fore Pass-
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ng, while still p form
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Mrs. Norman (Ruthi Burman
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Jmtsti noridiain
Friday, April 2, 1971
Overseas Newsletter: By ELIAHU SALPETER
Campaigning Against Air, Water Pollution
ISRAEL'S 10. (WEST environmental problem, of
course, is th r Eusal of her poUtical environment
her Arab neighbors to make It possible to exist
peacefully among them! But that
nol m an that this country
Iocs not have or is not aware
>[ nnal environmental
lr and water pollution.
Several years ago The Public
Committee for the Prevention of
Noise and Pollution came into ex-
istence. It could take credit for
what seemed, at that time, a re-
markah!" achievement: the Knesset speedily passed
a Private Member's Bill ("The Kanowltz Law")
which authorized the p dice to prosecute any private
or public boch 1 llgaged in emitting sounds above a
certain dccibV or noxious or poisonous fumes or
vapors above 1 mits sul i 'Ct to zoning ard quantita-
tive restrictions. The limits were strict and it seemed
that Israel was en her way to ensure a minimum
tranquil! ty and purity of her atmosphere.
However, if the police implemented the law.
public transport would come to a complete stand-
still in Tel Aviv. It is possible, of course, to imple-
ment the law progressively ten buses today, ten
tomorrow, but experience on this score was not very
encouraging, either. Police deny that the ?xtent of
prosecution has anything to do with the fact that
the bus company is quite Influential in the city.
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Israel Newsletter
By CARL ALPERT
They Tell It...
To The Judge
AS ISRAEL! .IfDGE may not always be a Solo-
mon come to judgement, but he is frequently
confronted with problems which require the wisdom
of a Solomon. Consider, for ex-
ample, the following parade of
ra.s.s recently heard in various
Israel courts:
Hamis Hassin Truraz, 45 Arab
resident of Rafi.ih, was found guil-
ty in a military court of maintain-
ing contact with Jordanian Intelli-
gence. The offense was a serious
one, but the judge, considering
that Truraz has three wives and thirteen children,
reduced sentence.
David Ben Shimon Mas'oud, age 18, of Ramie,
was sentenced to three years in prison for burglary.
The judge ruled that fitting punishment was im-
prisonment "in order to isolate the accused from the
company of criminals."
Miriam Okshi, chambermaid in a Herzliyah
hotel, started a fight with a waiter in her hotel and
was injured as a result. The National Labor Court
ruled that even though she had provoked the fight
this was. a "work accident" and she was entitled to
National Insurance compensation.
Avraham Galmudi of Tel Aviv was fine making repairs on an automobile engine without a
mechanic's license. The ear he was repairing was
lrLs own.
Salim Hushan, 24. of Haifa, was arrested by a
policeman who caught him looking through a win-
dow at a girl getting undressed. Salim's lawyer cited
David and Bathsheba as Biblical precedent. After
hearing the detailed evidence. Judge Baer ruled that
he did not need the precedent; if a law-abiding citi-
zen is walking down the street and stops to look at
a spectacle such as was exposed to Salim. he can
not be charged with vagrancy or with being a
peeping-tom. C;ise dismissed.
The Fortune Shadchan Bureau in Haifa ar-
ranged for a young lady to meet a man, and the
two subsequently lived together, without benefit of
clergy. The shadchan claimed his fee; the girl re-
fused on the grounds that the fee was payable only
in case of marriage. The judge ruled otherwise, or-
dered the f;'e paid, plus legal expenses.
The employee of a religious baker was in-
structed to kiss the mezuzah upon coming to work
every day. One morning he forgot to do so and was
fired on the spot, on the grounds that he had dis-
0b Jted standing orders. Was ho entitled to severance
compensation? The ruling: Yes.
Avraham Geller requested that the Ministry of
Health issue him a license to practice dentistry. To
support his request he stated that he had been prac-
ticing the profession here successfully for the past
twenty years. Request rejected.
Soon. Tel Aviv's air will be befouled from the
iop also, ti"> Public Committee which has waj
ind completely unsuccessful war against the
.,,. ,< > ,1 a hew big thermal pWer station,
next to th" city's newly-developed residential
. reas warns. The state-owned Electric Corporation
Rather, thi Implication seems to be, the law is not
really 1 nforceable.
200K RiVIEW By Seymour B. Liebmon
succeeded in placing sufficient pressure on tl
Aviv City Council and the
1 : th<
to the requin 1 minimum
height of t! smoke-s ic ind he probable aw .
ool an i sulphuric g
in Haifa, In the north, another Histadrut-al
ated companj Is the target of local protest
X, : iry. When the weather is ri
the smoke From its chimi* ys bli ads .smoothly v
the fine dust from the milling units mi create
How "fog" em '< ing parts of the Indus-
trial land some neighboring residential! sectloi .
the city.
M\ YoUtll In Vieillia As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAl
Oil And Turmoil
Jk i.tiioi (.It Arthui Schnitzler was born and died in
^ Vienna, and hi- life span ran from May 15, 1862, to
October 21, 1931, as we penned these words, we wondered
how many people under thirty years of
age knew aboul Schnitzler. his novellass,
his plays Including the famous "La
fmJ Ronde." and his short st >ries. As we
H thought of him and his words and how
they had all passed into limbo, we re-
called his slightly older contemporary,
the incomparable Frenchman, Anatole
France, whose literary genius and sar-
donic wit have also baen lost in oblivion.
Schnitzler's autobiography has been translated by
Catherine Hutter. The portion coveting his early years is
now available in .My Youth in Vienna with an introduc-
tion by Frederic Morton (Holt, Rinehart & Winston.
S8.P5K Mr. Morton is the author of "The Rothschilds"
and other well-known books,
Schnitzler's autobiography was written long before
his demise and one wonders whether he would have made
changes in it had he reread it even ten .veal's before he
died. The book, in spite of some shortcomings, can be
listed as a social history as well as autobiography. One
can see how an empire the Austro-Hungarian -began
to fester with the pus of decadence just as its Image
flowered most gaily and the most regal of all emperors
.-at u|x>n the throne the incomparable Franz Joseph.
Schnitzler entered the military in 1882. He was a
medical student ami his father was an influential medical
personage in the theatrical world since he was a throat
specialist who served the most famous Viennese thespians.
Young Arthur had a privileged status in the army sine-
he had passed the university examinations. His first ex-
posure to anti-Semitism occurred in his university days
Anti-Semitis were then known as Judenfressers, "Jew
devourers." (The term anti-Semite came into common
use after 18901. We read how Schnitzler was a ycMng
Wade and a bon vivant, but there is nothing in the book
to indicate his later triumphs as an author and playwright.
Aftt r reading of his youthful days and his awareness,
shared by his Jewish friends, that the days of the Empire
were numbered, their inability to do anything and the
apathy with which they 'onfronted Jeremiad prophecies,
one will not be surprised to trace Eros and Death in the
writings ot Schnitzler, the man. The human characters in
his literary effusions may be the victims of seductions, the
innocent victims of cruel fates, or the playthings of su-
perior powers, but they are usually placed in surround-
ings that, represent green gardens, verdant fields and the
baroque styles of the Victorian age which formed the
backdrop of Schnitzler's early days.
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IN THE THEATRE
A FRIEND OF MINE visiting with guests in her home
on a recent afternoon was interrupted by a call ti-om
New Yoik. Mobil OM was on the other end of the line,
eagar to make it clear to this energetic
holm maker who had protested Mobil's
reaction to Libya's boycott aimed at
Israel that Mobil was being misunder-
stood and was doing everything possible
to get back in the good graces of the
motoring public.
At this writing, one still doesn't know
the precise answer to the rash of ques-
tions raited by good people aroused by
some domestic oil companies' nervousness in the face of
Middle Eastern and Northern African pressures. We have
to wait for the dust and the oil to settle.
With the recent showdown at Teheran on the rela-
tionship between western oil interests and the oi! pro-
ducers, questions aboul the worldwide importance of oil
have sharpened. For the moment, the 23 companies nego-
tiating with the Organization of Petroleum Exporting
Countries at Teheran have won a five-year breather. Cry-
ing for mercy with their heads on the block, they agreed
to make additional payments of more than $10 billion for
a new five-year pact. It won't be difficult to pass this rise
in price on to the consumer. And Americans should prob-
ably be among those least affected by the Persian pact a*
111 the large American oil companies can readily cushion
the inert ase and (2) the United States can get much of
its oil from Venezuela, with Canada and Alaska as other
potential suppliers. Not more than 3? of oil consumed in
this country comes from the Middle East.
Moving front and center in the battle for oil | 1
and oil profits is the Arab Republic of Libya. Libya (
fired up by a new breed of radicals, and seems especiall)
determim d to make life miserable for the Israelis iTank-
us entering Libyan ports are searched thoroughly: and
heaven help the captain if anything remotely resembling
the Star of D.ivid is found on any barrel or box making
up the cargo 1.
Natural gas. coal and oil hav> given civilization 1
great mechanical lift, have helped fuel the war machines,
and have provided us with transportation magic. Rut ulti-
mately something other than oil will run much of the
machinery evolving from the Industrial Revolution, Nu-
Clear power has the real potential; and by the turn of the
century, all this fuss over oil production, oil revenue, and
the nationalization of oil probably will be behind us. By
that time, we may have something far more serious to
.vorry about than whether or not to turn in our oil credit
cards.
By George Friedman
Going Down With The Ark
CEACKMKd VESSELS HAVE bad rough sailing
on Broadway this season. I-eon Uris' "Ari," based
on his "Exodus," sank without a trace. "Two by
TV I," based on the Noah legend via Clifford Odets'
The Flowering Peach." bus only Dannj Kaye to
keep it from going under.
Peter Stone's libretto trivializes the bil :
tale. Noah has only one reallv funny line: "Six hun-
lr i years old today, and so far not a card." Ma:' n
I h nin's lyrics are largely bland and unmemorabl'.
The music by Richard Rod -/vs. yet [g remark-
ably undistinguished, with only two or three ballads
of any interest. A further ironic note: Where 1.
Smith's "Alphabet Song" in "Ari" was embarrass-
ingly similar tsNftodgcrs' "Do Re Mi" from "The
Sound of Music!*-R,idg",s' title tune for Two by
IV. >" is embarrassingly similar to Jerry Herman's
"Elegance" from i'Hello, Dolly!"
Then there is Danny Kaye, the former Das id
Daniel Kaminsky. as Noah his first Broadway
role since 1941. Recently he took too literally the
show-biz phrase for "Good Luck" "Break a leg
and has since been playing his part in a wheel
chair and on crutches and cane. (Perhaps, l>eing in
a Richard Rodge.s show, he "cane't say no.") The
llty gives the 57-year-old trouper the oppor-
tunity to engage even indulge in a lot of
(gcnuilK 1 ad lib-, about his bum leg that, while dis-
tinctly uncontemporaneous with the story, were
clearly the best part of the show.
But Kaye's clowning only i>oints up the vacuity
of the play: if it had more substance, he probably
would not treat It so lightly. Before he broke his
leg. the show must have been intolerably dull -
possibly thi reason the Frank Goodman PR shop
never granted the JTA a reviewer's ticket despite
five months of requests. But even the star himsel*
reaches a new low: Who would have imagined
Danny Kaye stooping to using a four-letter word to
1 I '-heap laugh" II, does it in "Two by Two," and
it's in the script. Even in this age of verbal freedom,
it is jolting coming from Kaye, especially in what is
obviously designed as a "family show." Boy, Danny!
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855X14* 20.00 2.54
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(ejewish Flor idian
Florida Friday April 2, 1971
Section B
Delegates Attending NCJWs Biennial
Convention Hear Report on Child Care
DETROIT. Mich. What started as a modest effort to h< i
working mothers has now grown into a small network of child car
centers throughout the country, delegates to the biennial conveiltio
of the National Council of Jewish Women in session here wer< :
this week. And the chain is constantly expanding.
\Foreign Policy Report 1st
Of Its Kind Since 1896
WASHINGTON (JTA) U.S.
cretary of State William P.
kgprt has issued a voluminous
foorl on the nation's foreign
during the past two years
er his stewardship.
Secretary's 617-page vol-
. is said to be the first of
kind in 75 years. The last
|:i!ilar comprehensive compila-
.n of reports and documents
ias released during President
(rover Cleveland's second term
|ti 1896.
The possibility that a Pales-
tinian entity might emerge from
a Middle East i>cace settlement
is not mentioned in the report.
A State Department source said
the reason a reference to Pales-
tine was absent was that "the
matter regarding Jerusalem and
the West Bank is for the Arabs
to determine."
No significant American pol-
icy changes or departures from
Passover Seders such as this one at the Norfolk, Va., Naval
Station, are"in keeping with the changing times and at-
liacts hundreds of servicemen," Chaplain Samuel Sobel of
the Fifth Naval District (in white yarmulke) reports.
The Home Furnishings Group of the Mercantile Division
will participate in the annual Mercantile Division dinner to
be held April 8, at the Sheraton Four Ambassadors Hotel
under the chairmanship of Maxwell H. Weisblatt, (center).
At left is I. William Baros, Jr., who will be guest speaker;
Jerry Uffner, cochairman of the Home Furnishings Group,
is at right.
Dr. Lecn Krcnish of Temple Beth Sholom, Associate Cam-
paign Chairman of the 1971 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emeigency Fund, addressed residents of the Royal Embassy
Apartment at their recent breakfast meeting. He is shown
with Mr. and Mrs. Abe Fine, (left) and Mrs. Ruth Yabhck.
the President's summations nre
revealed in the report, compiled
as a supplement documenting
President Nixon's reports on the
state of world affairs. A short
passage on U.S.-Israel ties leads
the section regarding American
bilateral relations with other
Middle Eastern countries. "Tra-
ditionally close U.S.-Israel ties
persisted during 1969-70. ." it
says.
Despite significant differences
of opinion with Israel regarding
the basis for settlement in the
area, the Rogers report adds.
"there has been no disagreement
on the basic goala comprehen-
sive and binding peace agree-
ment between the parties to the
conflict which would put into
effect the U.N. Resolution of
Nov. 22. 1967."
The vast majority of NCJWs
100.000 membcis are Involved in
the maintenance of some 50 in-
tegrated centers located in hos-
I Itals, church basements, rented
stuns and other buildings. The*-
forecast an increase to double
that number during the next
couple of years.
"NOjw volunteers," Bald Miss
Hannah Stein, executive direc-
tor, have found day care is the
most acceptable and effective
way to aid deprived children
and mothers on welfare. Signifi-
cantl '." she continued, "our cen-
ters have in a large measure
overcome the shortage of nurs-
es, nurses' aides, laboratory
technicians, kitchen and mainte-
nance help which are so vitally
needed in our medical institu-
tions. We feel we are doing
something to help the mother
who wants to work to do so
without neglecting her children."
A nationwide study of the ex-
tent of the need for day care is
being conducted by the Council
membership and a report on the
findings will be issued by Mrs.
Mary Kcyserling, former head
of the women's bureau of the
U.S. Department of Labor.
Mrs. Kcyserling. who spoke to
the convention delegates at
Special session, reported that s.
million children under six yoai
if age are the < hildren .>f worl -
Ulg mothers; at 1' ast hall of I
number in that age group li\
on a poverty level, she said.
Cantor Emanuel Mandel hast
been endorsed by the Nor.-.
Miami Baach Post 10137 Veter-
ans cf Fcreiqn Wars cs a can-
didate fcr Chaplain of the Flor-
ida State Department VFW ac-
cording to Commander Sid
Harris.
fashion straws
at savings
sale
S
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Reg. 6.98. Save now on woven wickers
to give your look that right, light touch.
Luggage, box and elongated shapes
topped with single and double handles.
Self-trimmed. Linings have zippered com-
partments. Neutral white and natural.
handbags, all 9 burdine's stores
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Friday, April 2, 1971
Bloodmobile Project
Launched By Tenants
i: V nXs >>t Hartxmr House
South nd North apartments buc-
o fu Ij launched their drive for
* :..u^.u.;.'i:i' for Israel's Re 1
i .. .. ;y tha week after h
ing I ,!l'
thii I ambulance they have c i -
i th American
I..'. Mos : Dovid tor Israel in
less thai 18 i -
M rk r>. So-oko. lan of
the >i Bal Ha
ami B > Ha bor Islands, said more
than one-third of the necessary
$22,001 already h is been raised.
The Harl our Ho I i ints were.
s: ]-i ted to send the first <>i six
qui sted fr im th' i
United SI tea by the official Civil
Def -use i n v oi Israel,
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spiritual
leader of Temple Emanu-El, dedi-
ited the ambulance at Impressive
cerem mies attended by leaders of
U> Mogen Dovid organisation.
Others who participated in the pro-
gram were Benjamin Saxe, na-
tional executive director of the
Red Cross agencv for Israel; El-
chanan Segal, reeiona! manager of
E! Ai Israel Airlines, and Sanvtel
Reinhard ->f Miami Beach. Florida
chairman for Mogen Dovid.
I^onard I-evinson received a spe-
cial ambulance award for the ef-
forts he and Joseph Albert made
in Initiating the campaign at Har-
bour House. Murray Shaw and
Ellison Kosoff were presented
with Mission of Mercy awards by
Mr. Sol >i'.
Mr. Saxc presented Mr. Soroko
with the ~n-ete1 Help***- Hand
highest national honor of
;!-,< AmerU in R
Ura< .. Gerald Schwaiu. past pres-
ident )'. the Zionist Council ol
South Florida, chaired the dedica-
tion program.
H adnuarters for the Mogei
Dovid are loctted at the Gr<
Miami Hebrew Ac tdemy. 2400 Pine
Tie.' Dr.
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of the finest U.S. Govf. Inspected
KOSHER MEATS ana' POULTRY
2891 W. 4th AVENUE,
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Phone TU 7-269*
! Harvey Ruvin, former Mayor of
(North Bay Village, has been
! elected to the Regional Board
I of the Anti-Defamation League.
! according to Arthur N. Teitel-
baum, Regional Director.
1500 Men's Club
Breakfast Sunday
The 1500 Men"s Club will hold
its April breakfast meeting in the
Morton Towers Rtstaurant Sun-
day at 9 a.m.
A lecture on "Ml dical Intensive
Care of the Future" by Dr. Clyde
D. Schoenft Id. director of the In-
tensive Care complex at Mount
Sinai Hospital, is scheduled to be-
gin at 10:30 a.m.. shedding some
' li;.ht on the meaning of intensive
care when a person is critically ill.
The 1500 "family" will observe
the Passover holiday with family
and frii nds Friday, April 9, at a
Passo\ Seder in the Sj
Hotel, Emanuel Mentz, presi
hes annonn I
Leaders of the American Red Mogen Dovid
for Isiael effort are pictured with Dr. Irving
Lehrman. who dedicated the third ambu-
lance contributed to the people of Israel by
residents of Harbour House South and North
c-Dartments in Bal Harbour. From left are
Ellison Kosoff. Rabbi Lehrman. Murray
Shaw. Leonard Levinscn, Mark D. Soroko
and Joseph Albert. Ben Saxe of New Yot>,
national executive director of the Americcn
Red Mogen Dovid for Israel, presented the
men with special leadership awards and
received the keys for the new ambulance.
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SOCIAL BRIEFS
by Isabel Grove
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s. Gerald P. i Soltz will
I a in well luncheon
b b) the -Miami Chapter
I .1 al the Algiers Hotel
. iy, May 10 at 11:45 a.m.
I a sad farewell for Jhis
[ ij for Mrs. Soltz, hi r hns-
nd. their lour children and Mr. j
|tz's S3-ycar-old mother are go-1
if Hi ir permanent home
as of August. For in.'
si ii m inths in Israel, the fam-
m an Ulpan commun-
q lint i lemselvi -; with the I
: istoms of the coun-1
Their final home will he in
t zliya. Roi of course is well-
lown .i: the Creator Miami area
her activities in Hadassah,
fn.ii B'rith, Technion, Jewish
Ition, Jewish Vocational
[ivies and many other com-
knity organizations. She will be
Bid to replace, but we wish her
fid her family, "bon voyage and
happy life." For those wishing
attend the party, arrangements
in he made through Mrs. Raha-
tate of Interest On
layings is Reduced
M: imi Beach Federal Savings &
Ktn Association has announced a
fcduction ir. the passbook savines
tcount rate from- 5',< to 4%%
ffective April 1.
At the same time, president
IHton Weiss said that all new
noney will be accepted only at the
fH : rate.
Holders of certificates in all
lassifications maturing this quar-
ter and bearing interest rates from
I'i'i to 5J.'; have been advised
|hat these certificates can be re-
ewed at their present rates.
None of the large denomina-
lion fi'/< certificates of the asso-
ciation mature this quarter, Mr.
LVeiss said. Prior to the time that
lome of these do mature on June
BO. the holders will be advised of
pe interest rate at which they
pan be renewed.
min Kattan, Mrs. Barton Burger
or the Miami Chapter of Hadassah
office.
A Passover tradition started by
Murray and Harry Rosenberg over
20 years ago will be continued this
year when the Rosenbergs, mem-
bers of the Sunshine Fund, dis-
tribute over 150 packages during
the holiday. A completely kosher
older Including fresh fruits, vege-
and groceries will be assem-
bled and packaged at the Beth
Israel Congregation with an as-
sist from somi of the Mesivta High
School Studl nts. The Rosenbergs
set a wonderful example for the
young people, for not only can
they witness their concern and
generosity, hut also the care and
gentleness with which Murray and
Harry' help the needy maintain
their dignity during a time of
distress.
Skiing in St. Anton and an over-
night stay in the Schloss Feyregg,
Ba! Hal, a castle built in the
1200's. were highlights of a two
week trip mostly spent in Austria
for two South Miami couples, the
Irvin Shapiros and the Morton
Fellmans. They also made stops
n Salsburg, Innsbruck. Zurich.
Switzerland and Munich. Germany.
Irv. who is one of the heads of
the Baron's menswear chain, says
he didn't miss a store window and
that he was tremendously im-
pressed with the displays and
stylings.

Representatives of the Radomer Relief Club
of Greater Miami make the final payment on
an ambulance for the Kupat Holim of the
Histadrul in Israel. From left to right, are
Anna Hilzanradt, Ann Sir, corresponding
secretary. Bessie Forman, mother of the club.
Annie Rosenfeld, tecording secretary, Sadi=-
Fine, a board member. Presenting the check
is Gussie Goldberg, refreshment chairman
and Max Gleiberman. representing the Histc -
drut.
Chicago Club Meeting
Some 200 members are expected
to attend the Chicago Club's 7:30
p.m. meeting in the Cavalier Room
of the Deauville Hotel Sunday.
Ben Zimmerman is in charge of
arrangements.
Beth Shalom USY'ers
Host. South Florida Teens
Temple both Shalom l.si era
will play host to other South
Florida USY'ers Friday through
Sunday when the teenagers gaher j
for an entire weekend of planned '
activities.
Beginning the weekend's activi-
ties on the theme "Soviet Jewry
and What Can Be Done to Help,"
will be a traditional Sabbath din-
ner, followed by an original play I
depicting the Jews' life in Russia.
The play was written by Michele ;
Roberts. Marc Finkelstcin and
Walter Zoller.
Saturday afternoon's seminar
will be led by Dr. Morton Malav-
sky and Joseph Yanich, Regional i
i director of American Jewish Con-
I grass.
I Howard Kaufman is president of
| Senior Chapter; Debbie Margolis
! is president of Junior Chapter.
; Junior I'SY advisor is Linda Se-
j gall; Aaron Solomon is advisor of
| Senior I'SY and Mrs. Shirley-
Goldman is Youth Coordinator.
Miami Beach Chapter Of Hadassah To
Hold Annual 'Crown of Giving' Event
Bobby Breen Stars
[At Cinema Theatre
Versatile singing star Bobby
Jreen, who opens Friday for a
hvrek at the Cinema Theatre, is
that rarity in show business, an
! outstanding child prodigy who is
'How an equally successful adult
|>crformer.
At 11, Bobby was starred on
Jhe Eddie Cantor radio show, and
\X 14. he was voted the Nation's
Outstanding Youth.
Then it was time to grow up
nd Bobby attended UCLA, joined
At my in 1944 and after his
Pii-chargc enrolled at the American
Lcademy of Dramatic Arts in New-
fork City,
His first engage.nent as an adu'.t
performer was at the Chez Parec
ill Chicago where he was hailed by
ci cs and audiences alike and
a', in he was headed for the top in
h profession.
The Miami Beach Chapter of
Hadassah will hold its annual
"Crown of Giving" luncheon in the
Eden Roc Hotel Wednesday noon,
according to Mrs. Sherman Fast,
president.
Judge Zev W. Kogan will be
guest speaker for the event, pro-
ceeds of which will go towards
the establishment of a Department
of Pediatrics in Hadassah's Mount
Scopus Hospital in Jerusalem. The
invocation will be given by Mrs.
Emanuel Mentz.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Komhauser
will be especially honored at the
luncheon, which is under the chair-
manship of Mrs. Irving London.
Also being recognized are Mr. and
Mrs. George Mildwoff, Dr. and
Mrs. A. L. Henkin, Mrs. Celia
Broff and Mrs. Rose Kopel.
MRS. MORRIS KORNHAUStR
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RESERVE NOW
STRICTLY KOSHER
Passover Services
THE TIDES HOTEL
Osher Spitalnoch
Cantor
1220 Ocean Drive
Miami Beach
Phone 531-6701
Resident Mashgiach
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FRIDAY. APRIL B-7PM
$9950 ,iPand,
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SECOND SEDER
SATURDAY.APRILIO-8 PM
$1 750 "pand
X / tax incl.
Children under 8-$10 for each Seder
DIETARY LAWS STRICTLY OBSERVED
Call 865-8511, Catering Dept.
LON THE OCEAN AT 67th STREET, MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
Dr. Irving Lehrman of Temple Emanu-El, associate chairman
of the 1971 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Fund campaign, and Mrs. Jerome Kipnis, Women's Division
CJA-1EF chairman, addressed the residents of the Carriage
House at their recent meeting. Pictured here are. (Left tc
right) Julius Darsky, Larry Aberman, Alex Robinson and
Bernard Schulman, chairman of the event.
HOTEL,
announces a traditional
PASSOVER SEDER
conducted by CANTOR EMANUEL MANDEL
FRIDAY, APRIL 9th at 7 P.M.
ic per person. Reservations; ,, -1071
including tax and ti>t Mr. Newman 551-1^/1
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bntainebleau
ON THE OCEAN AT 44th STREET
TRADITIONAL
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conducted by
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and
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under the auspices of
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Friday. April 2. 1971I
GIVE AND ENJOY PASSOVER CANDIES, CAKES AND WINES
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Delicious, festive treats
from Carmel and Barton.
Sacramental grape wine,
medium sweet, 4/5 qt, 1.69
Rose of Carmel, pink, semi-
dry table wine, 4/5 qt, 1.69
Pecan Honey Cake, 13 oz. Parve, 1.49
Seder Mints, 9 oz. Parve, 1.69
Assorted Macaroons, 14 oz. Parve, 1.89
Chocolate Matzo Balls, box of 24,2.35
Tea and Coffee Cake, 1 lb. 4 oz. Parve, 2.75
Petit Fours, 48 piece Parve, 3.79
CANDY, at all jm stores except pomp?
WINE, at all jm stores except pompano
and west palm beach
dfcWlWv.
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7nE STORE WITH THE FLORIDA TLAIIt
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Friday. April 2, 1970
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Delicious Sweets Are Happening
Kosher For Passover
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over products, combines
; | Fruitiness of tender Sun-
Pitted Prunes with fluffs
I ivor tin and crunchj
ilmond
....., i Pitt d Prunes a'
ii^i- right from the pack-
;, no cooking or pitting needed
i, on you snip them for the pie
I This springtime "meichel,"
ji ndsomely decorated with whole
|. led p tines and almonds, is a
I well worthy of a Seder
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PRUNE-ORANGE PIE
< i'ist:
i ci p matzoh m 'al
', cup ground or grated
unblanchod almonds
11 cup sugar
, teaspoon salt
'4 oin melt -r kosher margarine
slightly cooled
1 egg yolk
Ftllingi
j package kosher-for-Passover
orange gelatin dessert
1 cup boiling water
1 cup orange juice
1 egg while
2 tablespoons sugar
1 cup Bnipped Sunsweet Pitted
Prunes
1, cup chopped almonds
Sunsweet Pitted Prunes and
almonds (whole) for garnish
Combine nut/oh, ground al-
iii.-. Is, sugar and salt. Combine
slightly cooled margarine with egg
yolk tnd add to mat/oh mixture.
Stir with a fork to mix well.
Press mixture firmly onto hot turn
and sides of 9-inch pie pan. Bake
in preheated 350 degree F. oven
15 minutes. Cool.
To prepare filling, dissolve gela-
lin in boiling water; add orange
juice and chill until almost set:
beat with a rotary boater until
Huffy. Beat egg white with 2
tablespoons sugar until stiff. Stir
,il>out U of egg whites into gelatin
mixture; fold in the rest. Fold in
snipped prunes and chopped al-
monds. Pile into pie chell. 'If therp
is too much mixture for pie shell,
turn excess into a dish, chill and
serve another time). Chill pie
until firm. Garnish with whole
pitied prunes and almonds. Makes
8 t.i '.i servings.
MOTTO PASSOVER
APPLE SAUCE NIT CAKE
9 eggs, separated
1 '_ cups sugar
3 jar < 15 oz i Motfs Apple
Sauce
t( ......in cinnamon
cup matzoh cake meal
cu] potato starch
ground almonds
tabli spoons lemon juice
1, teaspoon s i!t
Beat egg yolks until light: grad-
ually beat in sugar, until very
Onion Kugel For
Guests at Passover
We're told that the ancient
Egyptians regarded the onion as
a sacred symbol of eternity a
protection against the evil eye.
Well, while an onion a day may
not keep demons from your door,
rhances are this onion kugel recipe
Will put you and your Passover
guests in excellent spirits!
GRANDMA'S ONION KUGBL
6 egss, separated
1 '. cup Planters Oil
1 teaspoon salt
- cups finely chopped onions
3 3 cup matzoh meal
4 teaspoon popper
Beat egg yolks until thick and
Creamy. Add onions, Planters Oil,
matzoh meal, salt and pepper. Mix
well.
Boat egg whites until stiff and
fold into onion mixture. Pour into
an oiled 2-quait < isserole and
bake in a moderate oven (150
degrees F.) for 30 minutes, or un-
til a knife inserted into the center
comes out clean.
This makes an airy, egg-rich
onion kugel which onion-lovers
(and even non-onion lovers, if
there are such things I will love.
cin
'' it well, 11 a luall;
I In siaapatassmtamii
md gi Is. B at e
h and s ill
until stiff, S >u1 '< of e:
whites into batt< fold In
htlv. Turn i"t'> ungreased, un-
I i" x I Inch tube pan. Bake
in preheated 325 degree F. oven
1 hour and 20 minutes, or unti
cake tester inserted in cake comes
out clean. To cool cake, invert pan
and place the tube over the neck
of a bottle so it is raised above
table. When cake is completely
j cooled, loosen with a spatula and
remo\ p from pan.
Pictured at the Hadassah-He-
brew University Medical Cen-
ter in Jerusalem, is Mrs. Harry
E. Schwartz, whose husband, j
Rabbi Emeritus of Beth Israel
Congregation, was attending
the Rabbinical Assehbly Con-
vention there. Mrs. Schwartz
is a member of North Miami
Beach's Einstein Chapter of
Haddassah.
.i.n l< D. <: >i in,
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of M'ami Bi i 11. I an
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ovei II fc p!c : Hi a con-
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The Dade County Chapter of
ih Ame ican Institute ol Bank-
ing is holding it-; annual eolf
tournament on Saturday, April
IT. at the Doral Country Club,
on the White Course. Further in-
formation is available from
Wayne Morris, City National
Bank of Miami.
Prof. Clayton C'tii-l-s of the
University ol Miami will be the
uesl of the Miami I le ich Art
Forum in M lav, Vpi il 12 at
the Miami Beach Public Library.
The discussi m subji cl will be
"Art i I th G -neration G ip."
hi ;hli rhti d with illustr it ions.
n ors open i i;-",o p.m.
Edward Rom Hunter, a 13-
> i r-ol I nt .it Cutler R
Juni ir H gh, was the winner of
th l th annual Coral Gables
Oratory ml si hi Id last month.
Edward Is now i ligible to par-
ticipate in the zone contest to
he held April 29 at the Miami
Shores Country Club. Chairman
of the contest was Alnslee R-
Fertile. CG Club president is
Kenneth Goldwich.
Mrs. Ida Lavin Speaker
Mrs. Ida Lavin, program chair-
man, spoko on "Moral Conscience
A Global Outcry" at the recent
meeting of Holly-Dale Chapter of
American Jewish Congress in the
recreation room of Galahad South.
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Responding to a stirring address by Manachem Begin, leg-
endary Israeli here, Miamians purchased more than S557,-
000 in the preferred shares of the Tourist Industry Develop-
ment Corporation at a dinner held under the auspices of
Capital for Israel and the Israel Bond organization. From
left are Ben Essen, dinner chairman; Mr. Begin, Dr. Leon
Kronish, Rabbi of Templa Beth Sholom and a national vice-
chairman of Israel Bonds, and Michael Litvak, director of
the Miami and Florida Israel Bond organization. The Tour-
ist Development Corporation was organized by the Govern-
ment of Israel to expand and develop hotels and other
tourist facilities.
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Kahn were the recipients of the State of
Israel Shalom Award at the recent Kneseth Israel Dinner of
State. The award was presented by Lord Edwin Samuel,
renowned authority on Israel and a leading member of the
British House of Lords. At right is Rabbi David Lehrfield,
spiritual leader of Kneseth Israel. Other prominent program
participants were Oscar Schapiro. (left) dinner chairman-
Abe Eisenstein, chairman of the Committee of Hosts, and
David Eisenstein, congregation president.
Examing the adbook for Phi Sigma Sigma Alumnae of
Greater Miami "Evening at Miami Jai-Alai" are Miss JoAnn
Sager, (left) reservations chairman, Miss Bobbi Ann Ossip,
general chairman, and Mrs. Robert Rosen, adbook chair-
man. The proceeds of the event has been donated as a
scholarship for a needy child attending The Children's
Center for emotionally disturbed children.
From a people who
can make oranges grow
in the desert.
Sabra liqueur is as unique as the ancient
land from which it comes. Jaffa oranges give Sabra a
flovor which is subtly set off by a hint of chocolate.
Even the decanter in which Sabra comes to
you is an exact replica of an ancient work of art
from the Land of the Bible.
You can enjoy Sabra so many ways. Sip it
by itself. Or use it in recipes in place of other
liquors. Here are a few receipe suggestions:
SABRA TEA SABRA SOUR
Make a cup of steaming 2 oz. Sabra
hot tea and add Sabra. 1 oz. lemon juice
Iced tea may be Shake wi;h cracked ice
substituted for hot tea and strain into whiskey
SABRA ON-THE-ROCKS sour glass.
Pour 7 oz. of Sabra SABRA AND ICE CREAM
over ice cubes in an Pour an ounce of Sabra
Old Fashioned glass. over vanilla ice cream.
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Volunteers at workers orientation meeting plan city wide
Tag Day" sponsored by Hillel Community Day School,
oroceeds from which will be used for scholarships to Hillel.
"rcm left to right are (front row) the Mesdames Bertie Kutt-
:er, Elaine Baxter. Marcia Kane. Terri Drucker and Raquel
Scheck; (second row) Marilyn Shupack. Peshe Dennis.
Shirley Schreiber, Joanne Solomon, Judy Zemel, Shelli Lip-
son. Cyril Donner and Eleanor Calmenson. Shirley Genad
and Barbara Moses are standing.
Nancy Schivartz
And Bryan Pivar
Announce Plans
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sch
of Providence, R.I., an
ing the engagement of the'j
ter Nancy to Bryan S l .
<>' Mr. and Mrs. Seymour
3621 SW L'Oth St.
Miss Schw irtz, of 6"
dall Dr., Miami, gradu it I
H High School in Pro\
. i -\ Northeastern Uri
and earned a degree fron
e of Mi dlcal Te h
Is currently employi
Technician.
The future bride Is th
daughter of Mr.ar.'i Mrs,
Schwartz of Providence :
Michael August and th .,
August of Miami.
The bridegroom-to-be is
uate <>f Coral Gables il.
the University of South I
He Is presentlly associated
jewelry company in Miami.
Mr. Pivar is the grandson of Mr.
and Mrs. Nathan Teller ol M u
and Isadore Pivar and the late
Mrs. Pivar of New York.
Nuptials for the engaged duple
are planned for Aug. 14 in Temple
Beth-El, Providence.

SHA1AR IS WELCOMED BY HEBREW ACADEMY
Israel's President Zalman Shazar (center) is welcomed
with a bouquet by Miriam Wein, president of the Stu-
dent Council of the Hebrew Academy of Greater Miami
during the Israeli head of state's recent visit to South
Florida. Looking on is Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, prin-
cipal of the Hebrew Academy.
THE HEBREW DEPARTMENT OF
LEHRMAX DAY SCHOOL
wishes to express its deepest sympathy
to
RABBI SHIMON AZULAY
on the loss of his mother.
MYER SILVERMAN, Educational Director,
and the HEBREW TEACHERS
of
LEHRMAN DAY SCHOOL
Linda's Engaged
To Michael Green
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dranow of
8323 SW 106th St.. Miami, have
announced the ens igement of their
daughter, Linda Bari. to Michael
Lewis Green.
The future bridegroom is the
son of Mr. and Mrs George Green
of 10225 SW II 6th Si Mi imi. He
attended the University of Miami.
The bride-elect is i graduate of
Miami Senior High School and the
University of Miami.
Mrs. Leonard Rosen (right), chairman of the Hebrew Acad-
emy Women's campaign to raise $50,000 for the construc-
.ion of the Academy's new Julius Rosen Junior High School
and Olga and Margaret Weishaus Girls High School,
launched the drive for bricks at the recent "Bricksetters
Luncheon" of the women's group which supports scholar-
ships and special projects of the Hebrew Academy. Looking
on is Mrs. Julius Rosen, who was chairman of the day.
MARIENE S. KROVETZ
Marlene Krovetz And
Fiance Scott Kaplan
Plan A June Wedding
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Krovetz of
Miami Beach, announce the en-1
gagement of their daughter. M ir-
lene Susan, to Scott Howell Kap-
lan, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Sid-
; ney Kaplan of Atlanta. Ga.
Miss Krovetz a graduate of the '
\ Greater Miami Beach Hebrew
, Academy, is currently pursuing a i
degree in Education for the Deaf
at the Central Institute for the
Deaf in St. Louis. She was a mem-
ber of National Honor Society and
has served as Regional Secretary
for the United Synagogue Youth
of America.
Mr. Kaplan, a graduate of North-
side High School, Atlanta, is cur-1
rently studying for a degree at
Washington University in St. Louis.
A former District President of the
B'nai B'rith Youth Organization,
he now serves as a Hebrew teacher
and Youth Programs Director at
Congregation B'nai Amoona, St.
Louis.
A June wedding is planned by
the couple.
NANCY SCHWARTZ
LINDA 8. DBA VOW
Linda Koch To Marry ^j
Todd Kliston In June
Mr. and Mrs. Milton S. K ich ol
1446 Meridian Ave.. Miami Boach
have announced the engaj
of their daughter, Linda Deb:a. to
Todd Kliston, son of Dr. and Mrs
Theodore Kliston of North Miami
Beach.
Miss Koch, a graduate of Miami
Beach High School, will graduate
from the University ol Mi
July. Mr. Kliston. a gradu
the University of Honda. l> no*
attending Law School at th
verslty. Todd is a member of A.?'1
Epsilon Pi; his fiancee Is a
bor of the Little Sisters of Alpta
Epsilon Pi. The wedding will tall
place in June.

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THE COLES* 25th ANNIVERSARY
On their 25th wedding anniversary a big
ni^ht Asher and Marilyn Cole, winter resi-
lents from Glencoe, 111., who live on their yacht
Carousel/.' hosted a dinner party at the Jockey
Club to cell brate tHe greal event, Marilyn's two-
piece silver gown matched the silver and white
decorations. The "small" tables (for about 50)
had tall Incite standards holding silver candles,
and wen- d i oral flowers.
Besides their three children who flew inP:it
from California. Susy from Wisconsin and Jim
from Coloradothe guest list included another
yachting coupleMr. and Mrs. Jerry Goldberg,
from the "Mayfair." and a number of couples
who live in houses. In the latter classification
v.i re Mr. and -Mrs. David Miller, Mr. and Mrs.
Michael Pascal. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cole. Mr.
and Mrs. Jerry Cole, and Mr. and Mrs. Sidney
Stein. The "singles" included Sam Stollman, Mrs.
Lee Pascal and Mrs. Toba Sandach.
AND THE PARTIES STILL GO ON
A group of Marilyn Cohen's (now Mrs. Jerald
Ellis') friends got together recently at the David
Williams Hotel for a luncheon in her honor that
turned out to be a nostalgic affair since they had
all been friends and worked together in sorority
for so long. Marilyn brought along pictures of
her new husband, so everyone could sec how
darling he is. and she was laden with a gorgeous
wedding gift and the lovely centerpiece when she
left. Everyone ordered an exotic luncheon except
Mrs. Fred Ober. who ate liver and onions. (She
says her family doesn't like liver, so she has it
whenever she eats out.'
No one in this group seems to have aged it
si c med impossible that Mrs. Morris Burk's eldest
is already 17 years old. Mrs. Samuel Elinoff and
Mrs. Sidney Lewis were all excited about their
coming trip to Hawaii. Mrs. Charles Kruglick
and Mrs. Rulvrt Werner certainly didn't look
a bit like sisters, but you can tell they are by
the devotion they always exhibit towards each
other. Mrs. Martin Speetor ami Mrs. Jess Spirer,
who sat next to each other, had the same gor-
geous salads, and Mrs. Bart Cohen, who sat
across from them, spent the time talking about
P.T.A.
aces
RELATIVES FROM MILES AROIND
Now that "Georgie" Luck has celebrated his
Bar Mitzvah, he will undoubtedly be known as
George instead of Georgie. All of the Luck clan
gathered from far and near to share in the fes-
tivities. They got here a we.!; ahead (.1 time ai had a grand reunion. Daddy (Manny) Luck took
the week off from business; Mama (Carolyni
Luck welcomed all of her family- her mother,
Mis. Betty Finegold (Betty to all the family) all
of the Gidneys and the Buddy Kramers too. Al-
though they're not exactly blood relations, th< y
are "close enough." It seems funny to call Manny
and Carolyn "Papa" anl "Mama"they are so
definitely young themst Ives.
Joey Luck came home from Wharton and,
of course, sister Judy, looking as adorable as her
mother, was helping greet the guests as they
arrived that evening for the cocktail buffet in
George's honor, held at the Luck home. The huge
tent looked as if it were part of the house, with
the pool as the background. The tables were set
up under the tent and everything was just per-
fecteven the weather. It was a delightful eve-
ning.
Among the guests were Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Morris, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Denison, Dr. and Mrs.
Lewis Glueckauf, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Burrcll,
Judge and Mrs. Donald Barmaek, Mr. and Mrs.
Richard Rubin, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Schutzman,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adler, Mr. and Mrs. Ber-
nard Firestone. Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Somer-
stein. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Lewis, Mr. and Mrs.
Richard Kramer, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rindley
and Mr. and Mrs. Irvine Kimmel.
There were no youngstersexcept family
rushing around that night. The kids had a 'super'
party of their own under the same tent a few
nights later, with a disc jockey from WFUN who
was absolutely the greatest, overseeing the dance
contests and giving out prizes. Piles and piles of
fried chicken and all kinds of goodies were also
available for the young set. Their party was just
as much fun as Papa's ami Mama's, I hear, even
though it was a TRIFLE noisier.
Kathy Marlene London, Allen S. Levi
Exchange Voivs in Eden Roe Ceremony
When Kathy Marlene London
and Allen Steven Levi exchanged
their marriage vows Saturday,
March 27. in the Eden Roc Hotel.
the wedding hand used by both
her mother and grandmother was
used for the oMwnMBS} performed
:. ibl i Irving I.' a. man. The
6: l") p.m. riti s wen I lowed by
a reception in the hotel's Cotillion
The new Mrs. Lei i. daught
Mr. and Mrs. Martin VV. London.
135 NE I31s1 St., North Miami, is
a raduate ol North Miami Senioi
High School .u:d the University ol
Flori la, where she was a member
of Phi Kappa Phi honor society.
Her husband, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Alfred Levi, 1443 Lenox Ave.,
Miami Beaeh, graduated from Mi-
ni Beach Senior High School and
I the University of Florida, where
11 he served as president of his social
| fraternity, Pi Lambda Phi. He is
: presently associated with Chris-
I tian Brothers Wines.

The bride selected a formal-
length white satin gown with lace
appliques on the high neck and
bodice, long lantern sleeves and
an A-line silhouette. Her lace-on-
satin modified Juliet cap held a
two-tiered elbow-length veil and
she carried a bouquet of white
roses and red carnations attached
tc her mother's Bible.
The bridal party included the
groom's sister, Susan Levi. maid |
of honor; Mrs. Mark Press, ma- |
tron of honor; Barbara Schwartz,
Minna Leblang. Paula Weissman |
and Phyllis Kirschman, brides-
maids; the bride's brother. Steven
London, best man: Herb Appel, |
Robert Hoffman, Alan Schwartz i
and Mark Press, ushers; Mr. and
A1RS. ALLEN S. UVI
Mrs. Harry Schinder of Bay Har
bor and Mrs. Sara London of Phil-
adelphia, the bride's grandparents,
and the groom's grandmother,
Mrs. Johanna Samuel of Miami
Beach. <
Mr. and Mrs. Levi will makei
their home in North Miami after
a honeymoon in the Bahamas.
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Next Week's JWV Auxiliary Activities
Department president Justine
Abramowitz announces the com-
ing week's activities for the local
auxiliaries of the Jewish War Vet-
erans will include visits to the
Veterans Hospital and installation
of new slates.
Norman Bruce Brown 714 will
send auxiliary volunteers to serv-
ice the telecart at the Veterans
Hospital on Saturday. On Tuesday,
at 4601 W. Flagler St., outgoing
North Shore C77 volunteers Mrs.
Lillian Schoen and Mrs. Millicent
Whitman will service telecart at
the Veterans Hospital, and on
Tuesday, Joli Ratner. Sarah Young
and Julia Lindsay will be in charge
of the cart and Lillian Schoen will
service the Patients' library at the
same hospital.
A board meeting at the Home
Federal in Hallandale will be held
by Victor B. Freedmaa 613 on
president. Mrs. Mae Schreiber will' Wednesday with president Rae
present officers and chairmen with Robbin in charge,
citations. The Awards Night is
Slated to begin at 8:15 p.m.
WeM Miami Ifi hospital chair-
man Florence Grossman and her
committee will service telecarts at
Veterans Hospital on Friday. On
Saturday evening, new officers will
"be inducted in ceremonies to be
held at Temple Or Olom.
On Sunday at Temple Zamora.
Murray Solomon 243 will hold
joint installation ceremonies start-
ing at 8 p.m. On Monday, the tele-
cart at the Veterans Hospital will
be serviced by Stella and Sol Lip-
tonat, and on Tuesday evening.
Mrs. Betty Aronoff, newly installed
president, will conduct a business
meeting.
Four Freedoms 402 holds meet-
ings at the Four Freedoms Bldg..
and on Thursday, April 8, at 2
p.m., has scheduled installation of
newly elected president and slate
conducted by Department president
Justine Abramowitz.
A regular business meeting con-
ducted by president Rita Saslaw
is on the agenda for Abe Horrow-
itz 682 at 8 p.m. on Thursday,
April 8, at Unified Hall, 2300 NE
171st St.
Points East 698, which meets at
the building's Club House, will be
represented by Hospital chairman
Ann Lees and Jerri Vicari who will
be in charge of the telecart at the
Veterans Hospital on Wednesday.
Members of Harry H. Cohen 788
will distribute Passover baskets
on Sunday, and has slated a board
meeting for Wednesday at the
Surfside Community Center.
Col. David Marcus 746 plans a
board meeting for Wednesday, 8
p.m., at the Parkway General Hos-
pital. Mrs. Pauline Duke, presi-
dent, will preside. On Thursday.
April 8, Auxiliary Hospital chair-
man Esther Winston and the com-
mittee will service the telecart at
the Veterans Hospital.
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Gourmet Sponge Cake
Treat For The Holidays
Sponge cake has always been an
o'ptivl treat for the Passover
..;. -. It serves as a pi casing
lack for ih.' family and as a wel-
ime offering for guests who drop
jn for coffee or tea.
It you want to cot away frcm
ie usui run ol ordinary *;*>::..
i k. s. however, t;;. a gourmel
. rsion i f this vi rs itlle cake as
.: >ivi'! by Bruno Comin, pastry
chef of the famous Four Seasons
Restaurant in New York. Comin
' ftVOfS \l\< s|)'>:; ith S ibr 1,
. delightful I>rae!i liqueur made
< :' Jaffa oranges with a subtle
ste ol choco
- m also add zest to in easj -to-
e|>aiv but distinctive dessert
v hich is an Israeli favorite, Orange
.- nit Cup.
SABRA SPONGE CAKE
6 whole eggS
fi egg yolks
] CUp SUgar
] CUp silted cake Hour
cup clarified butter
1 teaspoon vanilla
Combine eggs, yolks and surrar
; a bowl. Set the bowl over a
tucepan containing 1 or 2 inches
: hot water. It should not touch
the bowl and should never boil.
Place over low heal and beat the
ilxture continuously as it warms,
When the eggs arc wan1, enough,
:: you put your finger into them.
> it more than one drop should fall
I an your finger, and the mixture
Ul look like a bright yellow
rup.
i' i the hi it and beat
ali an eli >-i! ic mixer at high
eed for about 15 minut s, or
ntii i!i mixtu: becomes light,
ill's- and cool. It will almost
in bull; look verj
I ue w hipped c '(' n. Spi inkle the
mi. .i little at :. i ime, o\er the
Fol I in gently, bv
. md. And the cl trifled butter and
\anilla. Be verj e .1 i ful not t(,
cvermix or you will dis&ipite the
. ;r you have beaten in which is
> hat makes the cake light.
Pour the batter into whatever
: ]). of pan or pans you cho-we
DOB
MCINB
POST TIME B.OOPM
FEATURING THE
flayer < ke tins or a jelly roll
pan). Hake in 350 degree oven for
25 to 30 minut or until cake
pulls aw v from pan and is golden
brown at I tpringy when touched
lightl} i n ton. Remove from pan
immediately and cool i!i cake rack.
When e ike :^ c >'. slice layer
hoi i/.ont lllj a.' I po
tions. or divide jelly-roll i
into thn e port i ins. s iak in:
'. quai' v rup
1 ounei Sabra
V. in .'-. prepare fillin C
bine following Ingredients, b
together i" about 20 minute? un-
til completely smooth:
l lb. butter
1 Ii.. -an toning
2 lbs. powdered su
m hiti s
I ounce S
Dividi filling into three equal
parts. Spread two of the layers
of cake with the filling and place
each layer on top of the other.
Place remaining filling over low
heat, stirring until it becomes liq-
uid. Use it to glaze the top and
sides of cake. Decorate as desired,
ORANGE FRl'IT CUP
(Serves Four)
Halve 1 oz. green or black grapes
and remove seeds. Halve 12 can-
ned cherries and remove stones
Cut the tops off four large Jaffa
oranges ibout a quarter of the way
down.
Lou-., n flesh by cutting v
ha p knife, then remove carefully
w tb i spo m. 'a' edges of orange
cups into points with kitchen
ors.
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.'.ah grapes and cherries. Return
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liqueur. Top each with an
orange slice and lightly chill.
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Noted FSU Personalities Present For
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Jud I "on ild Ston ', pre! I nt
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Greati Vli m FSU Alumni As-
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of sales. Balmoral and FSU S thool
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Saturday Rummage Sale
The North Dade Chapter of j
carih is sponsoring a rummage
ale in front of Bamett's Hard-
wade Stone. Hallandale Blvd. and I
W. Dixie llvvy.. starting at S a.m. \
on Saturday.
Dr. Stanley Marshall. FSU Pres-
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the 1071 Scholarship Fund, and the
University was represent' 1 bj the
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Bar Mitzvah Saturday morning
April 3. at trio Hj^ri Acadenu.
h v grandmother, Mrs. Rachel
Abadi, has announced.
Philip, who is a seventh grade
hi nor student at the Academy,
MARC RICK
lie Wayne, sun of Mr. ami
IRobeit Rice 10601 Sw 113th
rill celebrate his Bar Mitzvah
Temple Or Olom Saturday
|inn. April .'?.
re, .i seventh made Mud.Tit ui" ('ll;,nl the Torah Portion as]
felades Junior High School, well as the Mussaf service. He will
the trumpet in the school! "* teted :| Kiddush after the
l/oyd Demsey
MIN.V .IACOKY
Philip Salem
Mark llkin
Holiday Snacks At Social
The Rhode bland Club of Gre t-
er Miami, will hold its regu ir
monthly meeting, on Sunday, Ap il
11th at 7 p.m., in the auditorium
.f the Washington Federal, 12 t
W ishington Ave. Following I
business meeting, there will bt i
-oral session, and in keeping with
the holiday, Passover refreshme its
will he sen ed.
Mina. daU .liter of Mr. and Mi s.
Playing on the WestwoodI serv-'ces ',r"' :l luncheon will be -lames M. Jacoby, will celebrate
,'iie Association football team,,heW '" nis honor Saturday after- ber Bal Mitzvah Friday evening,
\oril '>. during the services at
Temple Adalh Yeshurun.
tic
Las the recipient of a trophy noon-
fcjs football skill. He plans to
lin'ie towards confirmation at
fi Yc Olom.
Jr. and Mrs. Rice will hast the;
L Shabbat Friday evening and ] j^
Kiddush following the Satur-
Bar Mitzvah as well as a re-
lion and open house at their
e .Saturday evening. Among th
ired quests will be
V V V
WILLIAM ROSENSTEIN
Saturday morning April 3 VVil- Mma ls a Sl'v,,'i,l> grade student
liam Rosenstein will become Bar ;l ""', "^rew Academy, and has
Mitzvah at the Israelite c'enter ^tended [tmpta Yeshuruns He-
,,,, brew School for four years.
William, the son of Mr. and Mrs., The Kiddish following the serv-
Harvey Rosenstein. is a student at ices will be sponsored by Mina-
J the temple's Religious School and parents in her honor; they will
Marcs :"; m tne seventh grade at the ,-,is.. host a bullet reception Satur-
CfMlP OCRbfl
a
Indparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed- ', \v, ^- ^,' f V, ,aj niafht al the'"" home on High-
. Starr ol Boston, Mass.. and "ed at the Kiddush following serv- land Lake.
b.m p., : and :" luncheon to be held
at the Hasta. Here to heln her celebrate will
frandmother ,, Min.s Kreat.grandmother, Mrs
Sara Rossen.
i fy ii.
MAKK BLKIN
uring the worship services at ''! the wlebrant. will be here fi-
lth David Congregation Satur-
April .'. Mark Alan, the son
M and Mrs Perry Klkin. 7S95
118th St., will ci lebrate his
ir Mitzvah.
(TV',uk is a student at Palmetto
1 High School, where he is
the seventh grade, and has at-
Bid i Beth David's Religious
)O0l two years.
A and Mrs. Fikin will host a
ption at the Algiers Hotel in
t>nor of the occasion. Among th<
Inored guests will lx' Mark's
New York for the occasion: other Fannie Honi*' as wvl> ',s her ma"
out-of-town guests will include ternal and paternal grandparents.
Josi ;'li I.evine. Alan Levine, Mr. and many relatives and friends
and Mrs. Morris Fuchs and Dr.
and Mrs. Benjamin Ogm in ind son
s th.
ALAN KLEIN
Satu \ ..: : ning, April .'!, in the
main sanctuary ol Temple Ner
Gala Weekend To Freeport
ciiai Chapter of B'nai B'rith
Women i- sponsoring a gala week-
end '" Fn ;> >rt 'vem May 7 to 9
Further information can be had
For Boys & Girls 6-16
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All Land and Water Sports Waterskiing and Riding Daily
Pro Golf and Tennis Arts and Crafts Sailing, Scuba
Trips by Canoe Horseback Riding Special Teen Program
Reading and Math Clinics Traditional Friday & Sabbath
Servicss Bar Mitzvah Lessons All Dietary Laws Observed
New Go Cart Track
M.D. & 2 R.N.'s Staff our Modern Infirmary at ALL Times.
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Your Camp Directors:
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Q
Miami Beach Phone: 305-532-3152 or Write!
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SIGN UP NOW
Tamid, Alan, the son of Cantor by contacting Paula Tepman,
and Mrs. Edward Klein 17600 NK ,rude Slegel and Monica Eisen.
9th Ave., North Miami Beach, will
be called to the Torah as a Bar!
landparents, Mrs. Sarah Klkin of Mitzvah.
Ilami and Mr. and Mrs.
rs ol Brooklyn, N.Y.
ISADORA nillllli;
Saturday morning, April .">. at
ih Torah Congregation, Isadore,
e son of Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Lor-
jr. will be called to the Torah as
Bar Mitzvah. Dr. Max A. Lip-
Blitz will conduct the service,
itii Cantor Jacob J. Renzer
h the litui
I'. a lore is a student in the fifth
tar class ol the Harold Wolk Re-
Sam Alan is a student at Brentwood
School and attend- Ner Tamid
a- School.
A Kiddush will follow the serv-
ices and a reci pt on In Alan's hon-
or will be he'd Sunday evening at
li n Roc Hotel. Out-of-town
guests will include aunts and cous-
ins from California. Pennsylvania
and New York.
YOUNG AMERICAN BORN
EXPERIENCED CANTOR
seeking to conduct
PASSOVER SEDORIM.
Exce'len' re'eonces
Call 940 3169 After 8 p.m.
1973
LLOYD DEMSEY
Lloyd, tiie sun of Mr. and Mrs.
us School at Beth Torah. and,"a:-> Demsej will become i Bar
join the Confirmation Class Mitzvah at Temple Menorah Sat-
173 urday morning April 3, at 9:30 a.m.
.. Lloyd is a student at Nautilus'
PAMELA KHOl* Junior High School where he is
amela, the daughter of Dr. and In th< seventh grade.
s. Louis Krop, will observe her I Thi celebrant will be honored al
Mitzvah at Beth Torah Con- Kiddush following the servi -
gation Friday evening, April 2. al Temple Menorah.
part of her ceremony, Pamela
}i chant portions from the book
ni: of Songs.
member of the Confirmation
Iss of 1972. Pamela is a student
the Hebrew High School class
Beth Torah.
|ir and Mrs. Krop will sponsor
Ones Shabbat following the
[vices in their daughter's honor.
ft &. rfr
CANTOR AVAILABLE
FOR HIGH HOLIDAYS
AND YEAR-ROUND
(Alto Wcek.tnds)
Well qualified, experienced, best of
references. Con read Torah and
Blow Shofar. Will travel. Call 9-10
a.m. or 5-6 p.m. 673-1603.
HARDER HALL
GOLF-TENNIS ^
CAMP FOR I '
TEENS (Co-Ed)1
On beautiful Rex Beach Lake in the roiling lake-ridge
country of Florida s Central Highlands A superior sumn-er
camp program at Florida's First Golt Resort 18- hole
Championship Course Individual coaching in golf, tennis
and water sports by top Pros Pool and lake swimmmg
Water skiing Sailing Driver Ed. Fishing 'Trips
Socials Discotheque Academic tutoring available.
CAMP SESSION STARTS JULY 1
CAMP DIRECTORS: VICTOR E. JACOBSON. A. RIFKIN
For Brochure and Particulars write: S. T. Giffard, Dept. JF
Harder Hall Golf-Tennis Camp
Completely Air Cond. Sebring, Fla. call collect 813-385-0151
Ml* II UEL BLBCHMAN
ai I, the son ol Dr. and Mrs.
|[I i Blechman, will observe his
iir Mitzvah at Beth Torah Con-:
I I in during the worship si rv-
i Saturday morning, April 3.1
[anting the Haftorah, conducting
portion of the Shabbat services
nd reading a part of the Torah
election.
Michael, a student in the fifth
JNar class at Beth Torah's Harold
vWolk Religious School, will be a
rnber of the Confirmation Class
1973.
IM1II.I1' 8AUSM
Philip Ezra, the son of the late
iseph Salem will celebrate his
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Sailing & Canoeing Weekend Campouts, Big Pine Key, Fla.
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July 19-August 13
Half Day or Full Day
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Registration Open
Registrations Saturday by Appointment 9 A.M. to 4 P.M.
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Friday, April 2, 1971
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE Of APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
CHAPTER 2C722
ACTS OF 1941
File No. 70 A 2049
\. ertcE is mi .. w
Nathaniel VV. .- di i
\ :, \ Si I- I I tl
nd 79U Issui d the fir
June A.D. I7, hi filed
my office, ami ha- made
for a lax flei cl t< I Isaui
S^iU^i^cl''!' s cmbtace it..
InR described i..... In Hi
of Dade, Si.u. ol I

tl
,1
i.
" ft
hard '.
i
liange .
in the County of l>adi Stab
rlda, as embraced In Cert If I
S25. Tin asai rament t>f nald
l ,,< 21 Block B. Dr.
Plal Book I" Pag<
Township il South,

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i
Delegates from the Greater Miami Section to the National
Convention of the National Council of Jewish Women in
Detroit included, from left, (seated) Mrs. Florence Alberts,
Mrs. Phillip Bloom, Mrs. Norman Cohan and Mrs. Aaron
Farr; (standing) Mrs. Edwin Oppenheim, Mrs. Irving Wexler,
Mrs. Morris Futemick, Mrs. Marvin Sheldon, Mrs. Maurice
Green, Mrs. Anna Singer, Mrs. Stanley C. Myers and Mrs.
Alan Stoler. Mrs. Judy Gilbert, Mrs. Irwin Loman, and Mrs.
Jack Thaw were also delegates to the convention.
/: In the Ci
rlda. M
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party ""'
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11 ted thli h day of M
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("irruil Court S. :il
I
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DACE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-46S4
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
CARol. LYNN BTIBO.
Plaintiff,
vs.
JOHN P. STIEG. JR..
Defendant
Tip: JOHN F STIEG, JR.
1841-221sl Btreet
.-..uk Villa*-'. Illinois
Ton. JOHN P. BTIBQ. .li: r
hereby notified that a Hill of Com-
plain! for Divorce lias been i
against you, and you ari* required 'o
serve a copy of your Answer or rustl-
ing to the Hill of t'omplaint Ihl
Plaintiffs attorney. MATTIIKW
GI8SEN. ESylMRE. 12< B.E d
Street. Miami, Florida and file Ihl
original Answer or Pleading ii 'ti
Office of the Clerk of th.- C
Court on or before the 23rd da
April, 1971. If you fail to do so, judg-
ment by default will lie taken sgl
you for the relief demanded in tht
Hill of Comnlaint.
This notice shall bi published i
each week for fi.ur consecutive \>
in TUB JEWISH Kl.oltllHAN
DONE AND ORDERED at M: ;,
Floridn, tills loth day of March A U.
1971.
E. R I,BATH Eli MAN. Clerk
Circuit Court. Dade Countv. Floi
By: \ a hkwett
l>. nuty clerk
(Circuit Court SeaD
MATTHEW aiSBEN. ESQUIRE
\tt S E tnd Street
Miami. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
*/l-S 4 !
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-1232
(ARTHUR W PRIMM)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
HARRY COHEN
1 v, -eased.
To All Creditors and All Peranni H
mg Claims or Demands Against Bald
i: tati
You are hereby notified and -
quired to ores, nt any claims and de-
mands which vou may have aga l
the estate of HARRY COHEN
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the County Judge! of Dade Coun-
ty, and file the sami In duplicate '
as provided In Bectlon 7SS.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices hi (he Coun-
t> Courthouse In Dade County, Flor-
ida, within si\ calendar months from
the time of th, flrsl publication here-
of, or the same will be barred
RAE R Cl IHDN
As Exei utrlx
First nubll, at it'll of this police Oil
the 2nd i\.i\ at Aorll, 1871.
RICHARD A' TSHl'l ER and
FAl'NCE, KINK &- FORMAN
Attorney for Executrix J
0 Congress Btdg.
Miami. Florida
'71-".471
I
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-1271
(JOHN R. BLANTOM
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Estate of
IDA KRONE!
i n < > ased
To aii Creditors and All Pi
rng claims or D< iru nds a.. i
Estatt :
Vou are herein- notified and e-
luii-ed to preseni any claim
mauds whii-h vou may have as -'
the estate of IDA KRONEB di l
late of Dad* Countv. Florida, to <
'"Uiity Judges of Dade County, '
file the sain. I i duplicate and
provided in Section 781 16, Ploi i
Statutes, in their offices In ihi i
ty Courthouse in Daile County, Fl r*
Ida. within six rail ndar mi
'he nme (,f the first publication I -
of, or the same will be hnrr.-d
Dated al Miami Florida, this '
day of March, A D IM1.
BBN KCoNES
_ As Executor
First publication of this notlci 1
the 3nd dnv of A mil. 1871
I RON KAP1 AN. cf MYERS,
KAPI AN. PORTER, IJCVINSOV
* KF.NI.V
Attorney for Executor
HR0S.W 1st St
Miami. Florida 33130
4/2-8-16--3


Jay,
April 2, 1970
* Jew 1st ftcridHan
Page 11-B
,n iami Beach Hotelinan Irving Cohen
Cohen of 4710 Pinetn
I
came here from New
. :is ago, died Monday
S. tvlces were held March 31 a1
Riverside Chapel, with interment
in Lakeside Memorial Park.
/gVINC COHfN
Mrs. Maika Azulay, 8o,
Mother Of Local Rabbi
-Mis. Malka offfi i
ol Rabl i Shimon / lay ol Mi..mi
. died Thursday, March 25,
in Jerusalem after a long illness.
A native of R issia, Mis. Azulay
came to Israel with her pai
Ri b i and Mis. t huda L. I.
In l. 12. she and hi r hus
Shalt m Azulay, a native of Jeru-
salem, whose family had moved
there from Spain in 1630, devoted
their lives to aiding thi p.....-. She
was known as "the Tzadaekes of
Jerusalem" and distributed hun-
dreds ol loaves of bread daily to
those who cam.' t-i her house.
Surviv rs include, in addition to
Rabbi Azulay, her husband, a son
In Ti I Aviv, three daughters In Is-
rael and grandchildren and great-
grandchildren in both the United
States and Israi I.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. Cls/IL AC I ION
No. 71-6157
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
MARY (JAY NIBBAUEH.
Plaintiff.
RICHARD AMHRUBE NlEBAPKR.
I >i i< mlant.
TO: liHIIAUn AMBROSE
MKII alter
109 E. Illinois Road
l.ak. l'i i. st. Illhioit 80041
You, ItlCHAKD AMBROSE NIE-
[1AUER, are herebj notified thai a
Hill of Complain! for Divorce has
been filed against you, and you Rre
required in nerve cop> of your
Annwer or Pleading to the Hill "(
('(mplainl on the Plaintiff"* attorney,
PAi'l. KVVITNBY, E8Q., 420 Lincoln
Road, Miami Reach, Florida SS139
and file tlw' original Answer or Plead-
ing in the office rr the Clerk of the
t'lrcull Court "M or liefore the 4iti
day "t May, 1971 if you tail to a., so,
Judgment by default .*ill be taken
against you for the relief demanded In
the Hill of Comnlalnl
"."iiis notice shall i- published once
each "file for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FmiUDlAN
DONE AND ORDERED it Miami
Florida, this "1st day of March A.D
J971,
E It I.EATHBRMAN, Clerk.
circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
l!y: I8NBEDEN
Denuty clerk
(Circuit Court s. all
PAUL KWITNF.Y
4?0 Mncoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida.
Attorneys for Plaintiff
4 2-9-16-23
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAMfc LAW
ICOTli E is HEREBY QIVE that
i,T,ii \:i.\i:i jmauati si .i.>ij.o.\
in ouauiitwH unuer me ficiltioua name
of CHJGCKWR1TEH SALES ,\>- SKKV- NOTICE
ICE (JO. at l'..... North Miami Ave- Natham
nue, Miami, Florida IntendK to regls- I U 'I:
LEGAL NOTKE
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
CHAP I EH 20722
ACTS OF 1941
File No. 70 A 1967
Is HEREBY OIVEN
\\. Blegel, holder ol i N
Sale (.'ertlflcates numb
111 c
>U -
ter said name with the Clerk ol the -ii". 2717. 277.7, 2HU3, 8(179, 3736, 134
i ireuil Coun of Dade County, Florida. 43(12, I'.--. r>27l, ami 6052, issu.il the
l.ol is (JltANEn llsi .lay ..i May, A l> 1988, ha* 'i
i 2 9-16-28 Bame m m, office, and has ma -
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------application lor h '.i\ deed to be isajj.
notice UNDER Iherenii Sai.i certificates etnhraci
FICTIT IUUS NAME LAW irlbed l'i op.rty. in
Mi'l'lttXi* llhi:i:i:l illl'K.X' **<*< Iy of LMwUw Mulr ol F >rinV*
thi undersigned, desiring lo engage wit:
in business under the lictll us ........
01 MODERN MARINER ill 1071 N.E. vV 132 n u > .
162nd Street, Norih Mill nil Beach sw', !...-> s l."iii
Florida intends to register said name N I6ti fi v. Less
l ireuil l "ourt o
EISENBERG
ige of "'
Mr. Cohen retired from the
idy-to-wear business in New
i k in the early 40's to enter tb.'
a ] business. In Miami Reach he
y.nied and operated the DlLkk),
cw Yorker, Ritz Plaza. Shore-
ede, Poinciana and the original
ItcFadden-Dcauville Hotels.
Active in civic and religious af-
Inirs of the community, Mr. Cohen! RRQWN
(as a trustee of The Jewish Nn-
lonaJ Fund, a past president of
Esquire House Apartments
ii.ii i member of the Mayor's Safe-
ly Committee of Miami Beach. He
las also a 32nd dejjree Mason and
Shrir.er and belonged to the
liami Beach Elks Lodge 1601.
He w-is a member of Temple
Emarru-F.l. a past president and,
honorary life president of the Gar-1
ncnt Center Congregation in New I
>rk, and belonged to the Miami
tach Civic Lea'jrue and the Bis-
lyne Democratic Club.
He is survived by his wife Gert-
; two sons. Saul A. and Ted
hen, both of Miami Beach: a
iughter, Mi's. Sidney (Ruthi
letter, also of Miami Beaeh, eieht
randchildren and three great-
ramicbildren. He also leaves two
|isters, Mrs. Irving (Gussie) Lam-
rrt of Miami and Mrs. Bertha
Jrecnbert; of New York; and a
rother. AI Cohen <>f Miami Beach.
IVlth till- > 'III 'h ol I ll
Dade Count). Florida
.1 P. .1 INDHSTRIBS, INC.
I ly: Jos, pti Schmier Be<
" .-..I'll St HillER
Al torn.'V for
J.P.J INDI STRIBS, INI'
I 2-9-16-2:1
uf BtV'i of NBt
it ,\ I..-. \: >"
s .', ft, Sectlorn I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS hBREMI OIVEN that
the uii.i.-i siuiu'il, desiring to engaKe In
business under the fii*tltlous name oi
I.VX.M.m: ENTERPRISES al 18 N.W,
llth Street, .Miami. Florida Intend lo
register sai.I name with the Clerh of
the Circuit Ciairl of Dade County.
Florida
DAVID COHEN
MARTIN A. VYEINER
MIRIAM RECKERMAN
Attoi'ney for uuiillcnnia
I89S S.W. 3rd Avenue
.Miami. Florida
I. 8-S-16-23
NOTICE UNDER
MORRIS. 1.6, 1878 SW lltli Si.
pas-.,.i away Wednesday, He made
his home in Miami for the past :i4
coming from Milwaukee, Wis-
i otisin. h- is survived by a slstt r.
Airs Hannah Peldateln, of Miami,
anil n brother. Frank ESIsenberK, Of
North Hollywood, California. Serv-
ices won- held Thursday, April 1st,
al p.m. in Gordon Funeral Home,
with interment in Woodlawn Park
Cemetery.
Lillian Hroida. 7S. of 46S4 Adams
Ave., paaaed away Sunday. Ciime
here jo >ears a;o fn*m Plttsburph.
Survived by (lauphlers Mrs. .lohn
Serbin of M.R., Mrs. George Sobel of
Beverly Hills. Calif.. Mrs Roland
Kraus of kin..,m1, Ohio. K (rrand-
ehildren, 3 great-grandchildren. S.-r-
vu-es u^id interment in l*ittsburKh.
I'il I^x-ul arrangements by Riverside
Chgpel
FOX
Isadoru David. S3. Ol ISO Coilraa Ave.
nainfl away March 26. He was a
member of UOOgTegaUon Keih Jacob.
Survived by wife Sarah, sons Dr.
Al. S. Fox, Je oni. MaXWeil and.
Calvin all of Miami, daughter Mrs.
Ruth Tegnaan. St. Ixmis, la grand-
children, sister Mrs. Moby Finkel 01
N.Y., two Drotnera, atorria Kuciui of
N.Y.. Curios of Argentina. Oravide
services were held Friday at Lake-
side Memorial l-ark unoer the di-
rection of Riverside Chapel.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN 1 ME OirtOUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF KLUHIDA IN AND FOrl
DADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCEMY. NO. 71-5724
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Ji IHN P. SHALCHICK,
Plaintiff,
\ a
ZADIB MAB SII.U.OIU'K,
Defendant.
TU ZADIE MAE SHAI.OIH'K.
a/k/a ZADIB -MAE CLAY
, id West li'tlt Avenue, Apt. 6-J
Manhattan, New York
You, ZADIE MAE SHALCHICK. are
hereby notified that a Dill of Com-
plain i for Divorce has been nlea
again 111 you. ami you are required
to serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Hill of Complaint on
the Plaintiff's attorney. EN GEL &
HAIJ'KK.V 141K) N.W. lull! Ave, Suite
17-U. Miami. Florida and file the
original Answer or Pleading in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before tho 7th day of
Mav. li'71. If you fail lo do so. ludg-
niei'u by default will be taken against
you for the relief demanded in the
ii.I! of Complaint.
This notice shall he publish, d once
each week for mur consecutive weeks .
m THE JEWISH FI.OKIDIAN.
HONK AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 2Jtli day of March A.D.
' K II I.KATHERMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
11] C. L AI.ENANDKK
Density Clerk
/Cirru't Court Seal)
ENC.EL & HAI^PERN
1400 N.W. 10th Ave.. 17-G
Miami. Florida 33136
Township :<1 South, Range 4J K
I containing ti.41 acres mon or less, in
the Count} of Hade, State of Florida,
as embraced In Certificate No
The ol said property u
er ih. said certificate issued wat
the name ..f Alfred c Beyhaut.
This deed will be issued subject
all other outstanding delinquent '
I of North .Miami taxes and li. as ;. -I
I97n CRj oi North Miami tax. s
I .His
Begin IS" n N of \\v Cor of Unl I
Blh 14 I'la CRj Easl 15(1 fi N "" (
; \v i.'.'i ii s 100 ft to Point ol Begl i -
nlng, Section J4. Township 57 Sou
Range :'.s East, containing :>t aci .4
1 n........i U'Ss, in 'he ilount) of I*
staii of Florida, as embraced In Cer-
tificate No. .7!7 The assessment f
sai.l propgrtj under the said certil -
cale Issued wa* in the name C
Ma..... Itrewster
'li i- dei d will be Issued subji I
all other outstanding delinquent City
of Fl.....|a Cits I ixes and llent 11 I
1970 Cu> ol Florida Cay taxes and
liells
N I"" fl of W ft of Lot K Bit '
2, Mac Arthur Homesltes, Plat Bo> '-
4:i Page Sf, Section 24, Township >t
South, Range 3X East, in thi- Cou -
tv oi Dade, state oi Florida, as em-
braced in Certificate No. 277".. The
ass.ssnieni of said property und r
the siid certificate issued was in the
name of Thomas Zelgler .V: Willie .-
This deed uiii he issued subject
all other outstanding delinquent r
of Florida 'i(\ taxes and liens .< I
107(1 County taxes and 1970 City <
Florida City taxes and liens.
SYDNCY
4/2-9-lh-j;t
Services Held For
mm Rappaport, 74
Services were held Monday for
lam Rappaport, 74, of 4537 Sheri-
lan Ave., Miami Boach. former
vner of Rappy'a Delicatessen at
th Street and Meridian Avenue.
[< i it Nt bo < '>
f ry.
A tivi Rii Mr :'
or! liv ii i; .1 w, Scoi
r I -. in--, i:.. I
I Miami 1 ago. He
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Dcial 10 rid i
II Si osl Ri -
3 Z 'A i urnti tl i
of T( m '. he
' at live i'i tsrai I B nd .
ti, and [sra I o th proj cts,
Hf was also a member of tha
Masonic Order.
Survivors Include his son, Gil
Rappaport, executive director of
tin Southeast Region of the Zi-
onist Organization of America,
anri three sisters: Kitty Taylor, of
Glasgow, Scotland, awl Sonie and
Billie Rappaport of Bronx, N.Y.
Sydney P.. 59, of 1200 W. Ave MB.
passed away Saturday. He came here
SI years ao from N.Y. He waa a
Member of Temple Emauuel. Sur-
vived by wife Estelle. brothers.
Harold and Joseph, both of N 1
Ifcivld Schwartz of N.MH. sisters.
Mrs Murray Weiss. Mrs. I>ee Tenet,
both of NUB, mother Mrs. Esther :
Schwartz. NMB. Services were held i
Monday at Riverside Chapel. I MO
Alton Itoad. Interment in LaKeelde
Memorial Cemetery.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 71-6079
NOTICE OF ACTION
FOH DIVORCE
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
0ERA I-I > MlN ASSIAN,
Plaintiff.
MARHAKBT A MINASSIAN,
HefinUant.
FICTITIOUS NAMfc LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring lo engage
in business under the flctitloui name
of MARTIN A: MARTIN l'i ll.NITl ItE
at 2227-29 Coral Way, Miami, Flor-
ida mil nils to register said name with
tin- Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
ARMBN FCRNITCRE, INC
.ii.ig.2a
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH J UDIC AL Cl RCU IT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO. 71-4841
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO FORECLOSE MORTGAGE
BDYTHE It M. KREGGER.
Plaintiff,
vs.
MARIA MEI.U NOA, at al.,
Di femlaiils.
TO: MAKIA MEI.O NOA.
Not known t< be dead or alive, and
If dead, the unknown spouse, heirs, I
devisees, grantees, assignees, llenors, '
creditors, trustees, or others claim-
ing by, through, under or against, and
all parties havinc or claiming to have
any right, title o. interest to th.
property described in the complaint.
! Residence: Unknown
YOU AUK HEREBY NOTIFIED
comolaint has been filed
against you by the plaintiff in the
above-styled court and cause for the
purpose of foreclosing the mnrtnage
ion the following-described real nron-
erty. situate and being in Dade Coun-
ty, Florida:
Ixit 5 in Block i ot OVOCADO
HEIOHTS, according to the plat
thereof recorded in Flat Hook
47 at Page 67 of the Public Rec-
ords of Hade County. Florida
You are hereby required to serve
a copy ol your answer or other plead-
ing to tin- complaint upon the plain-
tiffs attorneys, KUTUN & BERQER,
B8Q8 31 Arthur Oodfrey Itoad. Mi-
ami Beach. Florida .1314", and file
the original thereof In the office of
the cicrk of the above-styled Court
on or before the 4th day of May. 1971.
default will Township South, 1
fiOts 7 to I" Inc Clock I. Hays 8U .
Plat l:.oi; Page '.:i. In the Com- v
of Dade, Stale of Florida, h.n iitibr.i'-
ed in Certificate No. 280S. Tlie a -
sessment of said property under I
said certificate Issued was in the name
i of Irwin Hays w Grace E.
This deed will be issued subject to
all other outstanding delinquent Clti
1 of Florida City taxes and liens and
1970 County taxes and 1!'70 City ot
i Florida City taxes and liens
I Lot ( Block '.. Enchanted Lake Sec j.
; Plat Book ti Page x7, in the Cour'.V
of Dad.-. Btate ot Florida, as em-
I braced In Certificate No. 2965. i>e
assessment of said property under the
j said certificate issued WaS in tTp
' name of Ralntree like Ests Inc.
This deed will be issued subject m
ts7i County taxes and liens.
S BO ft of W 15(1
lilk I" AK.V lot
c Irove, Plat Book ,
Towpshlp 52 South.
containing 20 acres
ft of N 247 '-j ft "l
IS Dlk 1", Avocado
1 Page 2, Section If,
t,.._____ II T.-^
TO: MARUARBT A. MINASSLW
DUNN. Jennie. 78. 100.) Michigan Ave.. I "West Linden Avenue
Mi;. Riverside. .. ........_. ^fiTSa heH NOnPTEB
FISHER, .Morris. 9^, 8287 SW. 3rd
St. Riverside. Interment Mt. Nebo
GOLDSTEIN. Harry.
Bhoi e i 'i- Riverside.
LEVINSON, W'eldoll, 7".
Ave M It \. a in.iii.
LIGHTMAN. Abraham 87
Dr.. Mi:. Riverside.
ROTTER. K > I .
SILVERSTEIN.
74. I02E South
YOU ARE HEREBY
that an a.tion for Divorce bus been
filed against >"u and you are re-
quired i" serve a copy ol your (VrU-
i,,i defenses, if any, to it on GOR-
DON \V TAVl-OR. attorney for Ptaln-
tiff. wh< e address i- II..... NE 123rd
Street North Miami. Florida, ..."
file the original with the cleri r thi
.,!.,.,. myied Court on or before May
\- e '. '971 ; othei i o.
If you fail
In
Range 41 Ea^t.
more or less, la
the County of Dade. Slate of Florida,
an embraced In Certificate No. :ib. '
The assessment of said property und^-
the said certificate issued was in the
name of Renwlch Wright & w
Marian .,..'._
ThlH deed Will be issued subject to
1970 County liens.
Ixit 7 & Prop hit in & to I-ake Sp.ir'.-
Ing liloek 5, Knchanted Like Si-c
Plat Book :. Page 12. Section
so.
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IN THE COUNTY J U DGES .COU RT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. ,1-1124
(DOWLING)
NOTICE TO CREOI-TORS
in RE: Estate ol
JACOB KAP1-AN
I I. eased
To All Creditors and All Tcisons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Said
Betati
Vou are in rehy notified and re-
quired to pres.nl any claims and do
Riands which you may have against
the estate of JACOB IfAPI-AN de-
ceased late of Dade County. Florida,
to the County Judge* pi Dade Coun-
ty, and file the salfte in duplicate
and as provided In Section 73J.16, Flor-
ida Statutes. In their offices In the
Countv Courthouse in Dade County
Florida, within sit calendar months
from the time of the first publication
hereof, or the sum- will be barred
Dated al Miami. Florida, this lsth
clay of March. A D I97I.
s M'lton s TCave
Mu ti iv s KAYE
B Am..id j Kanls t
ARNOIJ* f. KAPI .AN
A Fvecutors
First publication of this notice .-,,
the?nd d.-vof A""li'107i
MVPitu K*P' 'v' r-OHTKlt.
l.KVINSON- KEVIN
Attorni'vs for L7xiM-i.it.irs
1150 8.W. 1st StrecL Miami
i

he entered against you for the relief
demanded In the complaint
Dated: At Miami, Dade County,
Florida this L'fith day of March, 1971
K H LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the circuit Court
By: I SNT3EDEN
I leputy Clerk
4 2-9-1(1-23
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 79690-C
(Judqe Arthur W Prinn)
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
MAKE APPLICATION FOR
DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
; in re
I DAVID KREEQER
i i i. < i
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I i
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, i Dade
i
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final
mi il dec"
i.
S/
JEROME KRE
s iInTry Xukci iiici.
Ait. no A
HARRY ZCKERXICK
4'jn I .incolii Roi "
.Miami Beach, Florida
4 :>-i-ir,-c,t
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
NO 71-1193
(JOHN R. BLANTON)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Estate of
ELIZABETH ANN M. SHANK
a I, a BETTY ANN McSHANE
a k h BETTY \NN RAY Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims ..r Demands Against Said
Estate:
Vou are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have ntainst
the .slate of ELIZABETH ANN Mc-
8HANB, a 1< a 1IKTTY
SHANH. a/k/a BETTY ANN RAY
deceased late of I>nde County. Flor-
ida, to the County JudR-es of Dade
County, and file the same in dupli-
cate and as provided In Section
733.16. Florida Statutes, in their of-
fices In the County Courthouse In
Bade County, Florida. within six
calendar months from the time of
the first publication hereof, or the
same ill be barred.
Dated nt Miami. Florida, this C2-nd
day of March. A D. 1971.
MABEL OKAY
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
he "nd dav of Anrll. 1971.
RICHARD S. HICKEY Attorney
in th
rida,
S7
perty
42 Ea -'
C?oUnty of Hade, State of Flo-
; unbraced in Certificate No.
The assessment of said pr i -
und.-r the said certificate. Issued
of Billot Stanfo- i
issued subject to
was in the name
* w Leonora
This deed will b.
1!0> i Vimty Ii' as.
i.i 7 Block '. Rldgeway. Pla.1 B.....:
a p 1Ke ;,. s< i n IS, Township '.
South, Range ti Fast. In the County
..f Dad.- Btal nl Florida, as emnr.i -
,.,l in Certificate So, 1361 Thi
,.,-meiii of said property under
rtlflcate issued was In the nai -
of n >w ,
II be Issued BUbjecl
i 'ounty lit ns.
Kidgi way. Ptat B Ic
. 711 .. i' iu
.,- mbrai ed in I
.
the said
.....
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I Anal PI
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i..... r und
said ci "'' wa* "
. -rawford
ens
This deed will be issue
..'i mu Jevl '
i oi h Block 4, K( ndall Qardene I
Book 65 Pas 123 In the County
Dade State of Florida, as embrai
i Certificate No. 5271. The aaat
lineiit of said property under the
certificate Issued was in the name or
; Allied Dev Corn &
This deed will be issued subject to
1970 County taxes and liens,
x in-, ft of N :t.1't ft of. W 320 ft -.f
Block 1. .1 I VVaddy Sub. Plat Booic
3 Page 104. Sections 2" and St. Town-
ship 57 South, Range 18 Blast, contain-
|ng 1 "1 acres more or less. In th*.
Count- of Dad.-. State of Florida, as
embraced In Certificate No. sn:.2. Th
assessment Of said property under the
said certificate issued was in th*
name of Phlllnna "',. Morgan.
\NN Mc- I This deed will be issued subject to
I 1970 County liens.
I'nless said certificates shall he re-
deemed according to law. the pro-
perty described herein will lie soil
to the highest bidder for cash at tha
Court House door on the first Mon-
day in the month of May A.D. 1
which
1071.
the 3rd day of May A.D.
Dated
1971.
this 2!dh day of March, A.P.
E. H. I.KATHERMAN
Clerk Circuit Court.
Dade Countv, Florida
By: P F. f!ttI,DSTRANT>
Denuty Clerk
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lleivish Floridian
Miami, Florida Friday April 2, 1971
-
Section C
GERMAN OPPOSITION ON THE MIDDLE EAST
Interview With Franz-Josef Strauss
By ALFRED WOLFMAXX
Nobody in Bonn denies that the
oil "Ostpolitik" of the pres-
ent German government has an
effect on the political situation in
the Middle East. While Bonn gov-
ernment circles claim that a de-
tente with the Soviet Union and
the other East European Commun-
ist countries will also bring about
a detente in the Middle East, the
Christian-Democratic opposition
believes that the Soviet Union has
shown no sign of good will, either
In Europe or in the Middle East;
that one cannot follow an aggres-
sive policy as the Soviet Union in
the Middle East does against Is-
rael and still claim to promote
peace.
One of the strongest politicians
of the parliamentary opposition is
Franz-Josci Strauss, leader of the
Christian-Socialist Union, the sis-
ter-party of the Christian-Demo-
cratic Union, in Bavaria. The last
Bavarian tate elections in No-
vember, 1*770 brought thus party
an overwhelming victory. It won
561 of all the votes, which is re-
garded as a personal victory for
Hen Strauss
Strauss, one of the main critics
of the present "Ostpolitik" of Chan-
cellor Willy Brandt, showed great
sympathy towards the state of
Defense up to 1963. He helped
Israel in an essential area.
Whon this correspondent inter-
viewed Strauss, on Moscow's pol-
icy toward Israel, I asked if he
did not think the new German
"Ostpolitik" would give Russia a
freer hand to act in the Middle
East and China.
Strauss replied: "The Arab-Is-
rael affair is, for the Soviets, a
power play, nothing else. Some
time ago I wrote a letter to an
Israeli Minister, who is a friend
of mine, taking a position on a
certain newspaper article in Is-
rael, which said that I was against
the new Ostpolitik because I can-
not forget the Revanchists. I wrote
to my friend that this is not true
and not the problem. The problem
is that we are confronted with a
world power which has strategic
goals.
"The problem is not to consider
the Federal Republic of Germany
as a potential enemy. Our friends
in the woild and we consider
Israel as a friend must know
who is more dangerous to them
West Germany, where the NFD
'). i lied 4'i of the votes or
the Soviet Union? We the
opponents of the new Ostpol-
Harman Accuses Tel Aviv University Of
Enticing Hebrew University's Professors
JERUSALEM (JTA -A mount-
ing dispute between Tel Aviv and
Hebrew Universities was intensi-
fied last week when H-U presi-
dent Avraham Harman accused
the younger institution of "brain
snatching."
Dr. Harman complained to Ed-
ucation Minister Yigal Allon that
Tel Aviv was offering higher pay
and better conditions to lure pro-
fessors who have achieved fame
and distinction away from its fac-
ulty. He cited the case of Prof.
Moshe La/.ar, head of the romance
languages department in Jerusa-
lem, who resigned recently. Prof.
Lazar had been teaching 20 hours
a week, and it was learned that
Tel Aviv had offered him a post
that would require him to teach
only six hours a week, leaving the
rest of his time free for research.
Dr. Harman noted that H-U has
been asked to forego part of the
public assistance it had been re-
ceiving in order to help younger
universities, and that Tel Aviv re-
rently applied to the Education
Ministry for additional financial
aid. It is unfair, he declared, to
use public funds to entice profes-
sors away from Hebrew Univer-
sity in this manner.
Prof. Lazar charged in an inter-
view published Wednesday that
promotions at H-U were decided
'by the clique system" and that
he university's senate, which was
-upposeri to decide on such mat-
ters had, in fact, no influence at
all.
Prof. Michael Michael!, dean of
the social sciences faculty at H-U,
defended the principle of "mobil-
ity for faculty members" in an in-
terview broadcast later on radio,
lie said H-U had tied itself to a
certain salary scale and working
conditions, and declared it was un-
reasonable for the government to
permit one university to offer bet-
ter conditions than another. "All
mist he allowed to offer the same
conditions," he said.
It was retwted that Dr. Mi-
chael! was one of four prominent
members of the H-U faculty pres-
ently negotiating for positions at
Tel Aviv. The four refused to con-
firm or deny the re|x>rt.
Mrs. Morton K. Blaustein of Baltimore and Irving Mitchell
Felt of New York will assume major responsibilities at the
American Jewish Committee's 65th annual meeting, to be
held May 13-16 in New York City. Mrs. Blaustein will
serve as chairman of the Program Planning Committee, re-
sponsible for the overall programming of sessions, the
selection of speakers, and the general format of the meet-
ing. Mr. Felt will be chairman of AIC's 65th annual din-
ner on Thursday, May 13.
itik are not Nazis or national-
ists. But we consider the Ost|x>litik
to be an instrument of Soviet in-
filtration into Central Europe, as
the Israel-Arab affair is an instru-
cally and militarily stronger, and
into the Mediterranean."
"I got a very positive answer
from the Israeli Minister. In my
view it is stupid to argue that be-
cause Israel is fighting against
the Arabs and against the Russians
who are there in the region, the
Israelis are "allies of Hitler" be-
cause Hitler also fought the Rus-
sians."
In attacking the present German
government's policy Strauss ex-
plained: "If we would accept re-
ality as the Soviets want us to. and I
as our government seems ready to i
accept them. Israel would have
only one choice to surrender
unconditionally. We. who are much
bigger than Israel and economi-
cally and militrrily stronger, and
who have the full support of the
United States with nuclear weap-
ons under American custody and
control, are speaking of so-called
realities and our government bows!
to the Soviets."
When Strauss was asked if he
favored an Israeli retreat from
the occupied Arab territories, he
smiled and asked: "Do you think
that Israel has lieen trapped bv
Soviet-Egyptian truce violations?"
I replied: "The Americans have
been trapped and therefore Israel
has been trapped too. because they
believed the Americans."
Strauss said, "If Israel thinks
that different interpretations of
the armistice by the Soviets is in
fact only the preparation for a new
military action then the question
of retreat could be better ans-
wered."
At the end of this interview Mr.
Strauss said he had intended to
make a private trip to Israel, but
that he did not find the time. "I
have the wish and intention to
make a visit to Israel this year."
he told me.
Strauss sees a common basis for
his policy and the policy of Israel.
He and his colleagues of the Chris-
tian-Democratic Union believe the I
Soviet Union is in fact continuing*
an aggressive nolicy In Europe In
hopes of pushing out the Ameri-
cans.
On the other hand, opponents of
Willy Brandt's policy believe that
Moscow not only i>oses a real
threat to Israel, but by infiltrating
| the Middle East menaces the south-
east part of Europe within NATO
today. Therefore they strive for
a pro-Israel policy and Herr
Strauss is the strongest exponent
of such a policy.
Pioneer Women
Plan Activities
Beba Iilelson Chapter Pioneer
Women will hold its next meeting
at noon Wednesday, April 14, in
the Washington Fed -ral, 1133 Nor-
lj Dr. Miriam Gingold will
give a I ilk on her recent study
in to Israel. Fannie Gilson,
. will conduct the busi-
less ssion.
PI nt-er Women Club 2 W IS I >
I ts regular meeting Thursday
at 1 pm in the Washington Fed-
eral. 735 Washington Ave. Frances
PacUav. president, was to presenl
an Israel film during the after-
noon program. On Saturday, the
Club will honor Apr. i Fried at a
noon luncheon to be held in the
Star Restaurant, 841 Washington
Ave.
/\S
Max Lerner
Sees It
NEW YORK Surely Henry Kiss I n nterview
with thn e "f tin' n the tun
kidnapii ctment was si othei ects
of disengaging himsell from the whole business. If so, it .
blow to the Justice Department's ens-'. Trying <;n the sidel
to rack brain and imagination to shape some working theory of
the case, it i.- still hard to rid it of its absurdities.
A timetable may be in order. To stait with, when J. Edgar
Hoover's charge last Nov. 7 l)efoie the Senate appropriations sub-
committee was leaked and stirred up a storm, the Berrigans
challenged him the next day eithei to "prosecute or retract."
Two days later Rep. William Anderson tD-Tenn. i repeated the
challenge in a letter to Mr. Hoover, and on Dec. 9, he made his
House speech accusing Mr. Hoover of a pattern of "repressive
harassment."
A day later, on Dec. 10. at President Nixon's TV press
conference. Dan Rather of CBS asked what he thought "as a
lawyer" about Hoover's accusations. Mr. Nixon sidestepped, but
said the Justice Department "will take appropriate action if the
facts justify it." A month later, on Jan. 12, Attorney General
Mitchell announced the grand jury indictment.
Perhaps Hoover got caught in the trap of his own hasty
charge. The events that followed especially the letter and
speech by the quixotic Baptist, ex-Nautilus commander from
Tennessee, Rep. Anderson, and the Nixon answer to the press
conference question put the kind of heat on Hoover that he
may not have expected. If I am right he and Mr. Mitchell are
now stuck with a case which was folly to have begun, whatever
the initial folly of the Berrigan group.
tr -Ct -A
SOME FOLLY WAS probably there, atid it came from the
intense anti-war activism of the fanatical group. At various times
they were on the run, in the underground or in prison. They must
constantly have discussed possible anti-war acts wherever and
whenever they were together, and used suspicious code-language
or. the phone. They may not have been wary about the inevitable
bugging of prison quarters or the presence of informers, which
more experienced revolutionaries would have taken for ganted.
In discussing |>ossible war resistance acts they probably can-
vassed such plans as flooding the stock exchange with single-
buying orders, or saturating the phone system with concerted
calls. Did they also talk of a kooky plan to knock out the
Capitol's heating system, and was one of the "overt acts" in the
elaborate grand Jury indictment actually a covert visit to the
tunnel? We won't know until the trial next fall.
Similarly, with all the anti-war talk about Nixon. Laird and
Kissinger as "war criminals," who .should be arrested and tried
before a court of some kind, could the scenario have been some-
what as follows: If it is symbolically imperative to arrest them,
why not "citizen's arrests." and why not Kissinger as a dramatic
target? And if he resists might not one seize and "kidnap" him?
I don't know that this happened, nor do I mean to prejudge
the case against or for the men. The trial is a long way off. and
if Mr, Mitchell is wise he may withdraw it before the end. There
is even some talk in Nixon circles about Hoover resigning any-
way before the 1972 elections.
6 it t<
PIECING TOGETHER THE shreds and tatters of Informa-
tion and rumor, one might get a working hypothesis like the one
above, and not take it too seriously. Beyond this case there is the
fact of what has been happening to Catholicism in America. The
leftward movement among some clergy and laymen is a sharp
contrast to the conservative anti-Communism that has marked
the words and acts of the main body of Catholics, who started
as pariahs in America and showed a corresponding passion tor
respectability. The underground anti-Nazi war resistance move-
ments In Europe, the French worker-priests, the Dutch anti-
Vatican rebels all have had an influence, and now the Viet-
namese gave its final spur. Sirce there's been a leftward move-
ment among Prostestants and Jews, a similar Catholic move-
ment is no surprise.
The defendants and their supporters have had discussions
of the kind of defense they will put up. They rejected the idea
of an aggressive political defense in the courtroom, in the
Kunstlor-Chicago fashion. Their choice of Leonard Boudin. Paul
O'Dwyer and Ramsey Clark as their counsel suggests an orderly
and primarily legal defense with anti-war political overtones.
Still it should be a good show if it ever takes place.
The residents of Arlen Houses East and West recently held a
successful breakfast affair on behalf of the 1971 Combined
Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund campaign under the
leadership of Irving H. Cypers, chairman, (center) and
Martin Berger, honorary chairman. From left to right are
Mr. Berger, Mitchell M. Wolf, Mr. Cypers, Henry Reiner and
Berul Amstey.


I age 2-C
Jewlstifhrkaan
Friday, April 2. 1971
4 Acute Shortage Of Hebrew
Teachers,' Dr. Katsh Says
firm foundation in
PHILADELPHIA. Pi. Whil<
rofeasionals with Ph.D. degrees
. i engineering, physics, muthemat-
~, history ind other academii
levels are looking for Job oppor
(.unities, there is an acute short-
age of Ph.D.'s qualified in the field
I Hebraica and Jewish Studios
Many university posts are loft un-
Filled, according to Dr. Abraham
I Katsh, president of the Dropsii
University here.
The growing demand for teach-
ers <>f Hebrew in American insti-
Pinski Club Holds Final
Oneg Shabbos Of Season
The Rnsl "On -g Shabbos" of the
-cason will >* held by the David
Pinski Club Friday 8 p.m. in the
:da Fisher Junior High School
afeteria, 14*20 Drexel Ave., Miami
leach.
The program will feature Her-
shel Gendel oi the Yiddish Theatre
n an entertaining dramatic selec-
tion; several Yiddish and Hehrew
songs by Mania Gendel, soprano.
;.. Lasavin, author and lecturer,
vill also discuss Passover.
tutions <>i higher learning has cre-
ated a marked shortage of quali-
fied professors and lecturers. "The
shortage of qualified teachers with
Ph.D. degn es In this field is acute,"
said Dr. Katsh. "Since the crea-
tion ot the state of Israel in 193S.
there has been a major trend to-
ward an emphasis on the study o'.
Hebrew language, culture and civ-
ilization."
arly as .veil is a pedagogic back-
g[ ound.
In tin' part five years there has
been in Increase of over 35c< i'i
the number <>t schools teaching He-
brew studies \ number <>f Ameri-
can colleges and universities, in-
cluding New York University, Wis-
consin. Rutgers, Manitoba, and
others, maintain separate depart-
ments "i Jewish Studies. In the
main, however. Hebraic language
ind literature courses are attached
o other departments in their cur-
riculum. Hebrew today is offered in
paneling horizons, the institutions
are beginning to enlarge the
of their offerings In the fii Id
brew. Unfortunately, then
l ties provided a
Hebrew tradition and In Hehrew
|n the early days of
I ,arning in this country,
";-;ni,.,.,_ nt."so today, not enough qualified teach
n keepins i ce ,l' the ever-ex- meet the demand."
ENJOY THIS PASSOVER
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The non-theological, non-sectar-
ian Dropsio University is the only
i :radu.'V institution ot its
kind In the United States com-
plete!} dedicated to the study ol
Hebrew. Biblical and Middle East
languages and cultures, and foi
higher Jewish education.
There are now approximately
ICO full-time professors engaged In
teaching Hebrew and Judaic coins.
PS. including Bible studies and He-
brew literature, in addition to a
larger number of part-time instruc-
tors. \ major problem facing the
movemi nl for modern Hebrew
study in institutions of higher
-tallation and donor dinner to be j learning, said Dr. Katsh. is the
*iold by the chapter in the Car-j limited supply of competent teach-
lion Hotel, it has hoen announced. ** '" *h H hoth from \ schol-
Installation-Donor Dinner
Mrs. William Romor will Ik1 in-
-tall>-d as president of North Dade
Chapter 809. B'nai BYith Women.
at 7 p.m. Sunday during the In-
Dropsie, Said Dr. Katsh. trains
qualified scholars in Judaica, and
thus is in a unique position to
meet this historic demand. Everj
Ph.D gi iduateol Dropsie Univer- MS Institutions, including 61 col-
sit.N is at present employed, and leges, 72 universities and
the eight doctoral candidates in the
presenl graduating class have al-
ready accepted Jobs at universi-
ties and seminaries, he pointed out.
Women 9s League Holding
Donor Luncheon Sunday
Lincoln Miami Beach Chapter,
Women's League For Israel, will
aold its sixth annual Donor Lunch-
eon Sunday noon, in the Cotillion
Room of the Eden Hoc Hotel. This
vent will also mark the 43rd an-
niversary of the Women's League
For Israel.
The guest speaker will he Mrs.
Morris Chernov, honorary vice
president of Women's League For
Israel in New York. A member of
the National Board of the U.J.A.,
Mrs. Cherney, who has been a
.nember of the Board of Adult
Education of the Jewish Theologi-
cal Seminary since its inception,
has distinguished herself in serv-
ice in the Women's League for
Israel for three decides. She lec-
tures In Hebrew before the Orga-
nization of the Friends of the Wom-
en's League In the State of Israel.
Tiie outstanding musical pro-
gram will feature Miss Ruth Raffo,
lyric colorature soprano of the Mi-
ami Opera Guild who has also ap-
peared with Caesar LaMonaca at
the Bayfront Auditorium. Paul
Eisenhart, director of Music at the
University Ol Miami, Will also pre-
sent the Miami Boys Choir,
Reservations may be made by
calling Mrs. Rose Hoclistim. pres-
ident, or Mis. Ceil Yuloff, donor
chairman.
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Dr. Katsh pointed out. Harvard
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if higher learning to. inaugurate
the study of Hebrew. When Yale
opened In 1701, it assigned an im-
nortant place to Hebrew In its cur-
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Friday, April 2. 1970
vknisti nor idlifor
Page 3-C
letters to the editor
EDITOR, Tin- Jewish I'loridian:
ould be self-defeating to ex-
ppcl Immediate results from the
tegral part of its totalitarian Ideol-
ogy since the time they have been
m power ar.d surely they won't
give i< up so easily. It will take
cent Brussels < onference on .So- mucn morp ( fforl .m(, s.1(,,.;no, ,,,
vl : Jewry which was held under turn ,ne cou s. ,,, sucn (loi,matic
. ,; cos of leading world Jew- .i,^,,.;,,, in ., system structured
jsh organisations. Certainly 11 .: the Jews as scapegoats for
unrealistic to believe that lls failures,
the iJecl iriit'ons :inri sn 'li' -
-. were made there would There will be
P I;, Soviet's deep-rooted this struggle to
many stagi In
free the Russian
li-S?mitic policy overnight, and Jews and there will be many
an
i- they would yie
. i brought to
ing.
Id to the pn s-
bear by this
After all, the soviet policy of
,' oppression of the Jews Is an In-
Phi Sigma Alumnae Hold
Monthly Business Meeting
The Greater Miami Alumnae
i" ipter of Phi Sigma Sigma will
hold its monthly meeting nt the
f Mrs. Donald Frank. 12850
SW 74th Ct., at 8:15 p.m. Thurs-
day, April 1.
Business ill include discussion
of the philanthrophic fund raising
punt held recently and plans for
the Mother's Day luncheon to he
n by the undergraduate chap-
ind election of new alumnae
offir A Tupperware party will
'it the pvening according to
r pn sident Mrs. I! irj
ik iff.
schools of thought regarding the
approach to tackle this issue,
Doubtless the Jewish Establish-
ments will I" irritated by the ave-
nues of app oa ;h to be taken by
certain groups In the course of this
fighl when they vary from the old-
fashioned policies, it is no longer
the issue of obtaining permission
to send the n p tckagi s of religious
articles, but their physical iibei
tion from this hon:lat;e.
The same situation regarding
\;iiious approaches prevailed dur-
ing the tin-- of the struggle for the
establishment of the State of Is-
rael when different groups were
\ ng for the same goal. It has
to be admitted, however, that "'he
outcasts." the Irgun, etc., were
major contributors to the realiza-
tion of ihi Jewish .state.
the pattern of a new historical ap-
proach to an age-old problem. The]
actions which they have taken in
tin- face of i reckless tyrannical
power, and their heroic defiance of
their oppressors are examples of
the direction this movement will
take. Their determined stand for
human rights and justice and their
demonstrations to force the Krem-
lin to let them emigrate to their
homeland should be an inspiration
to others outside of the Iron Cur-
tain who believe in dignity for all
mankind.
MAI KICK COLORING
Delegate to the
Itrussels Conference
Educators To Attend Miami Beach Conclave
Some 10,000 American and Ca-, education of children who ha\
nadian educators of handicapped, learning difficulties and handi-
and gifted children are expected capped, according to Rosalind R-
to attend the 49th international Katzman, publicity chairman. The
convention of The Council for Ex-1 Council is a 10,000 member pro-
ceptional Children which will belfesslonal organization of teachers,
held in Miami Heaeh April 18-24. school administrators, child devel-
More than 165 general, special opmanl specialists and others whn
and business sessions will consider work in seined programs for hai -
the needs pjoWems, prospects and dlcapped and gifted children.
Temp'e Beth Tov's Model
Seder Scheduled Sunday
A Modi Seder will be conducte I
at Ti mp'e B> :h Tov Sunday at 10
It Is a matter of facl that in
railing the Brussels Conference
the Jewish Establishments were
fi om .' w ish
ion mil .,' over the
to far tal It is
: : th t "Tl I tal lishm -nt"
i rii i to conti l the Confer -nee In
the old manner by pleading for re-
byHebrev and Sunday School strain! and bar g opinions which
Idren Ser Ic on Friday, April were il to their policy
9, the first day of Passover, will of appeasement.
i: it 6 p.m. Second tla\ of
p will be held at
th Cantor S ymour fclinkes
I the eh tir. Temple I ires i
i will outline -The
, i ips !' i at 6
S tder
" be h I i it thi temple, Satur-
EDITOR, The Jewish FIorkHan:
In your issue of Feb. 5, a letter
to the editor by Dr. Simon When-
sky urged thai we protest to the
Russians In behalf of the Jews.
I believe tii it procedure is not
effective and the only t'-.ine, the
Russians understand is where it
hurts and that is boycott all prod-
ucts Russian made.
ESTHER MARGCLIS
.Miami Ileach
J. F. Keller, District Sales Manager of the Maxwell House
Division cf General Foods, awards a vacation in Israel to
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Cohen of Irvington, N.J., winners of
the 1970 Sanka Israel Sweepstakes for which more than
75.0C0 entries were received. Between. Mr. and Mrs.
Cohen is Tricia Kelly of Pan Am; Howard Peterson, ac-
count representative with General Foods is at left. The
Cohens will fly via Pan Am and stay at the Inter-Conti-
nental Jerusalem.
Vpril ''i 't 7:1"
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yet so
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The need for a p irmanent worl
wide Jewish organization I li-
catt d solely to the tl ol tlvag-
ing these n illion Je s
\- tioj i not nized b;
t!-. Esl iblishn
r
this probli m w ew <
Ol thi i.' respi ctlve i
tl ittor on the
Id be a t
le durii fazi hoi -
ist. They ( I to un
the an I i -
I nil':,- tn iting this
as an absolute and Incontrovert-
ible issue.
Changes are in the making nev-j
ertheleSS. The Confei-er.ee has
opened Pandora's box and the nat-
ural process of evolution in a new
. direction is anparcnt. The Brus-
sels Conference manifested its so-
lidarity with their suppressed
: brethren in the Soviet Union and
expressed its willingness to con-
! front the responsibilities of the
tiisk to liberate them. It was an
awakening of Jewish conscious-
ness and obligation on a world-
wide level and exposure.
Indeed, Russian Jewry itself set
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Friday, April 2, 1971
8 Nominees For
Citizens Award
Eight nominations have been
submitted to compete in the 24th
annual Dade County Outstanding
Citizens Award luncheon sched-
uled to be held in the latter part of
April at the Dupont Plaza Hotel.
Nominations are being accepted
througn April 15 for the award,
which gives recognition to one
man and one woman who, in the
eyes of the judges, have performed
the most outstanding single func-
tion for the good and welfare of
the Dade County community.
The event is sponsorea by Shol-
< m Lodge No. 1024 of B'nai B'rith.
Patron of the award is Joseph M.
Lipton, chairman of the board of
Dade Federal Savings & Loan
Association of Miami. The judges
are George Beebo, senior managing
editor of the Miami Herald: Ralph
Renick, vice president of VVTVJ-
Miami; and Fred Shochet, editor
;.nd publisher of The Jewish
Floridian.
Outstanding citizens' nomina-
tions for the year 1970 include:
Carlos J. Arholeya, nominated
by Camara de Comercio Latina-
Latin Chamber of Commerce for
"furthering relations between the
Latin American population of Dade
County and the local residents of
the area, as well as in interna-
tional relations between our coun-
try and those of Central and South
America;"
Carl L. Browning, nominated by
the Fraternal Order of Police.
No. 12. of the Hialeah Police
ilenl Association for on-the-
spot first aid action that was "in-
strumental in saving the
officer:"
Joseph D'Apiee, sponsored by
the C in lominium Owners As
[nc. for "his service in better-
lit ions for the condominium
tment own-
Herbert W. Hoover. Jr.. p
Beware of the
imitators'..
There's only one
Vienna
Sweet Recipe
Gefilte Fish
and it's by Rokeach.
ROKEACH
^Gefilte Fish
Unmatched for taste, unbeaten
for qualify. Be sure you're get-
ting the best. be sure it says
or jars, Kostttr V Passover,
endorsed
'Be sure it says
' Vienna,
by the Mangrove Chapter of the
Izaak Walton League of America
for his philanthropic efforts and
personal activities "in fighting for
the preserv.TtWri'VJfotrr' natural re-
sources and for the formation of
the Hoover Environmental Legal
Defense Fund, Ins.:"
Harry Levy, sponsored by Vot-
ers Incorporated, Miami Beach,
for his service to senior citizens
and "his toil to create a better un-
derstanding between the black and
white citizens of Dade County;"
Miss Betty Pat Nowlin, nomi-
nated by past award recipient
Norms P. 'Mrs. James 1.1 Keller
for her work and assistance in
helping the residents of the Lucy
Wright Home for the Aged. "Help-
ing these people will be a journey
of faith," Miss Nowlin stated.
William I.. Paiiot, sponsored by
the Greater Miami Coalition. Inc.
World ORT Director Here From Chicago
JOSCPH M. UPTON
Award Patron
for his "continuous and distin-
guished volunteer service to the
Greater Miami Coalition, coupled
with his numerous other civic con-
tributions;" and
Dr. Ben Shepparil. Sponsored by
the Greater Miami Hotel and Mo-
tor Hotel Association, Inc. for his
lifetime devotion "to the afflicted
and the people outside the main-
stream of our society."
Dr. Samuel Rubert of Chicago.
111. a director of the World OUT
Union, and a member of the execu-
tive committee of the American
ORT Federation, played host to
the Miami Chapter of Men's ORT
xecutlve board members and their
(wives, at the Eden Roc Hotel re-
cently. Mrs. Rubert, president of
the Chicago Chapter of Women's
ORT, served as hostess.
Dr. Rubert, chairman of the
National Scholarship Program,
spoke on the need for donations
which could provide an ORT stu-
dent a full year's cost of tuition
ind maintenance.
Forte Forum Speaker
Esther M. Tyson will speak on
The Philosophy of Martin Btihei'"
Tuesday at 10 a.m. in the Forte
Forum at 1200 West Avc. Miami
Beach. Mrs. Tyson, educational
chairman for Hadassah, is a mem-
ber of the Florida and Catholic
Philosophical Associations.
Alvin A. Mermin, president of
the New Haven, Conn., Chapter of
Men's ORT, noted, "ORT gradu-
ates are becoming increasingly ac-
tive and important in the econom-
ic, social and military life of
Israel."
Miami Beach Chapter presl li i
is Jerome Brody.
Chapters Receiving
Scrolls Of Honor
During the Mar-Leu Gardens
"Night in Israel." the Eleanor
Roosevelt Group of Hadassah and
the Mar-Len Chapter of the Amer-
ican Jewish Congress will !><
recipients of the State of Is. I
Scr ills of Honor in recognition of
the active leadership which their
members have given on behalf if
Isr id.
The event will tike pi ice it
S p.m. Tuesd ty under the auspices
of the Mar-Len Gardens Israel
Bond Committee. Abraham Frank
is chairman; Jack Con cool is co-
chairman of the Committee.
never had
Breakstone
When you sit down to enjoy a crisp rnatzo,
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 with Temp-Tee
whipped cream cheese.
Then, go right on spreading Breakstone
throughout the year. (Not to mention mixing,
scoopingand dipping.)
Kosher for Passover: Creamed Cottage Cheese, California
Style Cottage Cheese, Tiny Soft Curd Cottage Cheese,
Pot Style Cottage Cheese, Farmer Cheese, Temp-Tea
Whipped Cream Cheese, Sour Cream, Sweet Whipped 8c
Sweet Print Butt,.:. Certified by Rabbi Jacob Cohen,
Spring Valley, N.Y.


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MANY NAME BRANDS TO CHOOSE FROM
Manisehewitz Rokeaeh
Goodman's Mothers
Streits-Many More
Pickles Fancy dried
Borscht fruits
Juices Xuts
Fish Vinegars
lloncvs .Sugars Dessert preparations Macaroons Cookies Cott Carbonated Beverages Candies
Prosorvcs and Chocolates
.Marmalades Soaps
Canned fruits Cleansers
You trill liml a eomplete line of Kosher items to graee
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* Jewish ftarUhin
Friday, April 2, 1971
Zionist Federation President
Addressing 'Heritage Dinner'
Dr. Israel Miller, president of
k American Zionist Federation
and vice president for student af-
'airs at Yeshiva University, was to
deliver the main address at the
Florida Friends of Yeshiva Univur-
- t> Heritage Dinner at fi p.m.
Thursday in the Doauville Hotel.
.ccordin to Leonard Rosen, chair-
man of the ."vent.
Chester Dcvenow, president and|
chief executive officer of the Shell-
ir-Globe Corporation, and member
Of the board of the Mercantile
Bank of Miami Reach, has been
num sity's highest accolade for volun-
teer leadership the Heritage
Award in recognition of his
outstanding achievements on be-
half of educational, cultural and
humanita Ian endeavors, at the
: rtn< i
Also participating in the dinner
.. May ir Shepard Broad
H r island. Rabbi Jo
nan C. Caplan of Sky Lake Syna-
gogue, and Rabbi Milton Fuerst,
xecul re ssistant to the presi-
dent of Yeshiva University.
Dr. Miller, who was appointed
\icc president for student affah-sj
at the university last year, previ-
ously had held the position of as
-stant to the president for stu-
:.'nt affairs.
Dr. Miller was elected first pres-
ident of the American Zionist Fed-
eration, the newly formed coordi-
nating agency of all Zionist orga-
nizations and related groups in the
United States, by acclamation last
year. Acknowledged to be one of
Spinoza Forum April
Lecture Schedule
The Spino/a Forum for Adult
Education, which meets in the
Washington Federal Auditorium.
I2.'M Washington Ave., Miami
Beach each Thursday from 10 a.m.
to noon the year around, has an-
nounced its lecture schedule for
the month of April.
Guest six aker Thursday, April 8, i
was to be Rabbi Sol Landau, spir-
itual leader of Beth David Con-
tion and presidenl of thi
Greater Miami Rabbinical Associ-
ation. On Thursday, April 15. Sam
Pascoe, chairman of Greater Mi-
ami B'nai B'rith lodges, will speak
on "Issues Facing B*nai B'rith."
Rabbi David Miller of Boston,
Mass.. will lie the speaker Thurs-
day. April 22. and lUibbi Barry
' Tabachnikoff will be the month's
final SfM aker April 29. Thomas
Davidoff and Raphael Burstein
serve as chairmen of the Forum,
which was founded in 193") by Dr.
Abraham Wolfson.
past chairman of the Commission
on Jewish Chaplaincy of the Na-
tional Jewish Welfare Board, where
he now terves as a national vice
president.
Currently. Dr. Miller is a mem-
ber of the Boarti of Directors.
Jewish Education Committee of
N'ew York; the Executive Commit-
tee of the National Assembly for
Social Policy and Development,
the Memorial Foundation for Jew-
ish Culture, the United Israel Ap-
peal, and the UOJCA,
The Florida Friends of Yeshiva
Appointed by President Lyndon 'jniversity, sponsors of the dinner,
B. Johns.,n to serve on the Na- g (>n(. ,-'m,mv sucn IXJUps orga.
tion&l Citizen;Committee for C om-_______ __ .
munity Relations to Implement N* on a regional besis through-
Civil Rights Legislation, he is also nit thecountry.lt incudes alumni,
a past president and honorary parents of students businessmen.
president of the Rabbinical Coun- Jducators, and leaders in public
cil oi America, .. pasl president of and professional life who support
the Association of Jewish Chap-1 the goals and participate in the
lai.is of the Armed Forces, and programs of Yeshiva University,
this generation's most outstanding
laliona! Jewish communal leaders.
he has held office in numerous' or-
ganizations benefitting Jewry and
broader civic concerns.
Dr. Miller, who has since served
is chairman of the American Jew-
ish Conte/ence on Soviet JewTy.
led a 1965 delegation of the Rab-
binical Council of America to Rus-
sia, where h" was accorded the
orJvilcge of speaking from the Mos-
XKV pulpit. The event was record-
d by news media throughout th"
world and led to front-page cover-
age a- well as the designation
"Man in the News" bj the New-
York Times.
RABBI ISKAtL MUM
Beth David to Hold
Its First Lapinsobn
Memorial Lecture
Sunday, April 4. at S p.m. Beth
David Congn cation will h.ild its
first lecture in memory ol Dr.
ird Laplnsohn, a neurops; -
chiati Is) ho practiced privately
In Miami for many years. The lec-
ture will Le held in Specter Hall.
Dr. Lapinsohi C'niet of thr Di-
vision of Neuropsychiatrv for the
VA Ilospit il in Coral Gables, wrote
many outstanding papers which
ire now considered important con-
tributions in medicine. The LapLn-
nohn family have been members of
Beth David for a number of years.
which is celebrating
nivcrsary this year.
The lecturer will be Dr. Alcx.in-
its 85th an- der Adler. daughter of the eele-
irated Dr. Alfred Adler. whose
topic will be: "The Importance ol
Composed of undergraduate col- Values In Our Society: An Indi-
leges and graduate schi er- vidual'i Psychological Investiga-
programs leading t i degn es
ind diplomas in liberal arts, social
sciences and natural sciences, and
the professions, Yeshiva Univer-
sity's main center is in M inhat-
tan's Washington Heights; three
ither major teaching centers are
located elsewhere in Manhattan
md the Bronx.
tion.
Dr. Adler. Medical Director of
Allied Adler Mental Hygiene Clin-
ic in New York, president of the
,'idual Psychology Association
,; \ ,v York, .md Clinical Profes-
sor of Psychiatry. New York L'ni-
versitj College of Medicine, is
author of more than 80 papers and
the book. "Guiding Human Mis-
fits."

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WITH LOVE
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osew
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Friday. April 2. 1970
*9wMfkkHoir>
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Chile's Jews Watching
Political Developments
Some I""- of the Jewish popu-l
if Chile has already fieri |
ti >'. while the remaindei
According to Mr. Graubard, the
impact on the Jewish community
of the flight of the c0 try, Willie itic renuunuei > uic infill i uim; i.twu nas oocn
: |j watch political develop- far greater than the number indi-
... f.He election last Sop- cates. Many of those "vfTrrf TeTt
,r of Salvador Allende, the
irxist-Leninist to be o>mo-
Chile were in leadership positions
and were the principal source of
:. elected president of any i financial support for Jewish instl-
nv tut ions. The Jewish school, for ex-
\ icording to the Anti-Defama-
i Loanue of B'nai B'rith. Chile's
ly 10.000 Jaws fear the same
the Cuban Jewish commun-
ity. In Cuba, although Jews were
,1s > -iol molested as Jews, nearly
':,},- have left for economic and
ideological reasons since Castro
came to power in 1958. In Chile,
as in Cuba. Jews are members of
the middle class.
President Allende, in his election
campaign, announced his intention.
to nationalise banks and basic in-
dustry, to put strineent controls on
np rt-exporl business, and to cx-
tend government influence and
control to other areas of the
economy.
Seymour Graubard, national
chairman of the League, reported
thai of particular concern to Chil-
ean Jews is the possibility that
Chile micht become a totalitarian
state and Increasingly come under
the influence and control of the
Soviet L'nion.
Mr. Graubard pointed out that
while Allende was the Popular Un-
ty candidate of the Socialist and
Communist parties, and is himself
a leader of the Socialist party.
many Communists were given im-
tortant posts in the government.
rhe majority of Chile's Jews, he
liplained, were immigrants from
Europe between 1934 and 1946.
[fielr experiences in the Hitler
era or under the rigOM of life in
the Communist hloc have made
them extremely wary of totalitar-
ianism. *-
Widespread anti-Jewish propa-
ganda on the part of Arabs who
constitute an influential element
In Latin America adds to the Jew-
ish community's feeling of insecur-
ity. Mr. Graubard said; prior to
Allende's election there were 10
bombings of Jewish institutions in
Chile in 18 months all Arab
Inspired.
Mthough Allende bus tried to
n the rears of the Jewish com-
munity, and has given personal
assurances, reminding .lews of his
many years of friendship, and ex-
pressing his admiration for the
pioneering spirit of Israel, they are
nevertheless apprehensive aboul
the April municipal elections. If
Allende's party wins a majority of
the votes, he may take it as a man-
date to more rapidly implement
his nationalization programs, Mr.
Graubard said. Allende faces on-
going harassment from right-wing
extremists, and should he lose con-
trol and be reduced to a puppet of
far-left revolutionary groups, "it
is likely that the basic conditions
for Jewish security would no
longer exist," he noted.
ample, 'ost both students and
teachers and is on the verge of
bankruptcy. In addition, syna-
gogues are finding it difficult to
meet financial obligations and there
is currently only one congrega-
tional rabbi left to serve all Chil-
ean Jews.
Students Practice Seders
Traditional pro-Passover model
seders will spark this weekend for
the 9CD students of Temple Is-
rael's Religious School as they pre-
pare for the annual Festival com-
memorating the exodus from
Egypt While most of the students
will read from the regular Hagjja-
dah i the story), members of the
High School and Confirmation
Departments will Have their own
ceremony for which oiiginal ma-
terial has be, n prepared by the
students.
A Special Edition
Of The Haggadah'
A special edition ol "An Israel
lah" g< ared particularly i"
familj and gro i|> use. has been
issued by the Harry N. Abrams, |
Inc., Publishing Company.
Packaged together arc one large
"host Haggadah with ten smaller
"guest" Haggadahs plus a long-
playing record o! Passover songs,
all in a clear plastic snap-close case
thai will store everything safely
and attractively from Seder to
_ Participating m the workshop
Seder. The |>apcrbacks are half wi ^ ,hi, Sl ilu ,|s principal,
the size of the hardcover edition. Rabbi Simon Murciano. Dr. Nor-
. but otherwise just like it. including nan Bloom, a member of the
the color pages i ^oar<' Governors, and Cantor
! Jacob J. Ranger of Both Torah
Meyer Unin's text retains | Congregation. After a discussion
the eloquent and unforgettable | of the Passover Haggadah and
rhetoric of tradition and at the "stoms relating
Hillel Sponsors Passover
Workshop And Mode! Seder
Hillel Community Day School is
!Uon80ring a Passover workshop in
the borne of Mr. and Mrs. Irving
.'{inner, 20020 NK 22nd Avc,
North .Miami Beach, a1 x p.m.
Monday for parents and members
of its Board of Governors, accord-
ing to an announcement by Mrs.
Naomi Bloom, chairman of the
Adult Education program.
same time gives the Seder a re-
newed relevance for our own day.
The volume is called "An Israel
Haggadah" because it is based
upon an enlivened tradition thai
has come into being in modern
Israel and because the unique il-jthe Haggadah and present
lustrations give new immediacy to musical Passover musical
the story of the Exodus, lions.
I customs relating to the observ-
ance of Passover by Rabbi Mur-
ciano, Dr. Bloom, a former In-
structor in Neurology at Yale Uni-
versity School of Medicine, will
present the historical background
of the Passover holiday and the
cantor will chant selected parts of
other
selec-
A imxlc I seder v cond icte
by Hillel studenl it 11:15 a.n
Wednesday in tl
located al 1725 lolly-
wood, and parei ii -
vited to attend.
Participating a i Imai
>vho will kindle the cai les; Gat
Frankel. who cite 1 le Ki -
.lush; t heryl G wh will
bless and partal tzo
Josh Pearlm I I .lack I lain
who will ask the four questions.
The entire student body will j>ai-
tieipate in the recitation of sec-
lions of the Haggadah and singing
.1 Passover mi lodn s.
I
Mrs. T. rry Drucker, preside] I
il the PTA and Mis. Elaine Bax-
ter, vice preside***, are working
with kindergarten teacher Mr-.
Ruth Murciano on a committn
serving Passover luncheon t< th<
Undents.
Hillel Daj School will recess for
the week-lung Passover vacation
on Friday. April S).
Hias Reelects Friedman
Harold Friedman, a partner in
B Wall Street brokergae firm, was
recently re-elected president of
United Hias Service, worldwide
Jewish migration agency. A certi-
fied public accountant. Mr. Fried-
man is also a member of the Iward
of directors of the United Jewish
Appeal of Greater New York and
the administrative committee of
the American Jewish Joint Distri-
bution Committee. Murray Gross,
labor and civic leader, was elected
a vice president.
FOR THE FIRST TIME ...KOSHER SELF
JUST IN TIMEFORTHE HIGH HOLIDAYS
NEW YORK'S
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KOSHER
Dr. Judah Nadich, head of
the Conservative delega-
tion to the National Jewish
Welfare Board Commission
on Jewish Chaplaincy, is
the newly-elected president
of the Association of Jew-
ish Chaplains of the Armed
Forces. As an Army chap-
lain in World War II, he
was perpcral advisor to
General Eisenhower.
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Friday. April 2, 1971
What s C-^oofciYi
<9
B\ Rl"TII SIRKIS
Purim n.'.N left us and Passover Is lusl around the corner. It
is the rime of the year to start cleaning drawers, airing books,
washing windows, and giving the- house a holiday look. It is
also the time to clip recipes for use during Passover. Since there
are only two weeks until the Seder, and so many special recipes
we [eel that it is not too early to start now. Here we bring
you a beautiful, and of course, tasty, Nut Torte. If properly
prepared, this cake rises high and is handsome, indeed.
NUT TORTE
2 tbls. oil
1 1 3 cup sugar
Juice of a whole lemon
1 tsp. grated lemon rind
7 large eggs
2 : cup potal > starch
2. 3 cup matzo meal
1 cup ground nuts
Take the eggs out of the refrigerator one- hour before start-
ire to work on the cake. Prepare a large tube cake pan ilO x 4-
inch'. You don't have to oil it, just have it handy. Preheat oven
to 375 degrees F.
Separate the egg whites from the yolks, putting the whites
in a big bowl and the yolks in a medium one. Sift matzo meal
twice so you will have very fine grains, and measure. Sift the
measured matzo meal and potato starch together so they will
blend. Grind the nuts very fine and measure.
Beat the yolks and add half of the sugar gradually: add the
oil and two tablespoons water, the lemon juice and lemon rind.
The mixture will look thick and bright.
Beat the egg unites and add the other half of the sugar
gradually, while continuing to beat, until the whites look stiff
and glossy and hold their shape. (Don't overheat i.
Add one tablespoon of the beaten egg whites to the yolk
mixture to make it fluffy, then add the yolks to the whites,
folding them very gently with a big spatula. Add the mixture
of the mat/o meal and potato starch; gradually, folding it
gently into the eggs, then fold the ground nuts in gently.
Pour the batter into the tube pan. Reduce the heat in the
oven to 325 degrees. Place the pan in the middle of the oven, in
the lower third and bake for 50-30 minutes, or until an inserted
toothpick comes out dry. Cool the cake in the pan ore hour up-
side-down on ,; rack The cake will stretch and will stay high.
& -it
Some restaurants around the world are more than just an
eating place. They are an institution. Maxim of Paris is one of
them. This restaurant is mentioned in many hooks, movies, plays
and opciettas, as a symbol of lavishness, extravagance, and ex-
cellent food. Maxim was established 80 years ago and has beer,
the meeting and eating place of royalty, millionaires, maharajas,
famous writers, entertainers and spies. Today it Is as alive as
ever. When we visited there and went down to the old-fashioned
kitchen, they w re ".cry busy. The next day, a party was to be
held in the Shah's Palace in Iran, and all the catering was being
done in Maxim's and flown over there. But still, the chef found
some minutes to share this recipe with us.
DUCKLING IX PEACHES
Sauce 1 medium carrot, sliced
tbls. sugar
cup wine-vinegar
cups broth
tbls. red wine
tbls. lemon juice
can peaches
tbls. corn starch
1 medium onion, sliced
Broth
1 medium chopped onion
1 medium carrot, sliced
All the giblets (except liver)
3 cups water
whole duckling "4-5 pounds*! tsp. bouillon concentrate
tsp. salt 1 tsp. salt
': tsp. pepper
Clean duckling and rub with salt and pepper: truss with
white thread so it keeps its shape. Prick the skin with a fork so
the fat will be able to escape. Pre-heat oven to 400 degrees F.
Put the duckling on top of cut vegetables in a shallow roasting
pan; place in the hot oven. After ten minutes, lower the heat to
350 degrees F., and roast for about two hours, turning to brown
on all sides.
After putting the duckling in the oven, prepare the broth
by combining all ingredients in a pot and cooking over moderate
heat for two hours. The broth will be ready when the duckling
is done.
Arrange the peaches on a flat plate and baste them with
three tablespoons of wine and one tablespoon of lemon juice. Set
aside, strain the broth and measure out two eups of clear liquid.
Remove duckling to a serving plate and keep warm.
Skim all the fat from the pan juices and boil the juices down
to half the original amount: strain. Put sugar and vinegar in a
medium saucepan and boil until the syrup becomes golden brown.
Remove immediately from heat, add the broth to it and mix;
return to heat.
Mix corn-starch with remaining wine "3 tbls.1, add to the
sauce, and cook, stirring for about four minutes, until the sauce
thickens. Add the strained pan juices, reheat together.
Pour two tablespoons of the sauce over each serving of
duckling. Arrange peaches around it on the serving plate. Serve
the remaining sauce in a nice sauce dish.
Concert Will Hail
The State Of Israeli
A concert dedicated to the 23rd.
anniversary of the State of Israel
la scheduled by Caesar La Monaca I
and his band Wednesday evening,
April 14. Slated to begin at 7:43
p.m., the annual affair will be held
at the Bayfront Park Bandshell in
downtown Miami.
Featured artists for the evening
include Gordon Shaw, narrator.
Carlo Corelli, tenor, and Mrs. Hen-
ry L. Baiaban, contralto.
Monday Meetings
For Two Groups
Bay Harbor Croup ol UstdaflSah
will hold its regular luncheon
meeting on Monday starting at
11:30 a.m. in the Balmoral Hotel.
A film. "Tell Me Where It Hurts."
will be shown. Mrs. S. Margolis is
group president.
Treasure House Group will hold
its regular meeting Monday. April
12. at 12:30 p.m. in the North Bldg.
Mrs. Goldy Ginsky is president.
Psoriasis Chapter Meets
The South Florida Chapter of
the National Psoriasis Foundation
will meet Wednesday, >n 8 p.m. in
Room 298D. Miami Veteran's Hos-
pital, 1201 NW 16th St.
National Council Jewish Women Groups
To Elect Their Hew Officers Wednesday
_ *___: Jimma t ifot \c\r\ r\f I'ha \A/,i\ '-
Divisions of the Greater Miami
Section. National Council of Jew-
ish Women, will hold membership
meetings on Wednesday. In addi-
tion to the special programs to be
featured, all divisions will hold
election of officers.
Bay will have a noon luncheon
at the Holiday Inn at 9TJ1 Collins
Avc.. with Mrs. Vivian Edwards In
charge of reservations. The after-
noon program will introduce "Mu-
sical Awards."
Coral's Spring luncheon will
follow a 10:30 a.m. business meet-
ing. Mrs. Philip Galitz will present
i dramatization of "The World
of Bernard Malamud."
Indian-Islands is planning a pe.
tite luncheon at noon in the Al.
glers Hotel. The afternoon pro-
gram will feature community sen.
ice awards and a talk by Joseph
Yanich, executive director of the
American Jewish OongreSS, On
Soviet Jewry."
Lake's meeting at 10:30 a.m. Is
slated to lie held on the mezzanine
floor at 690 NE 167th St.
Lincoln's noon meeting ;.t the
Aligiers Hotel will include a snack
and ., -surprise program."
North Bay Village Jewish Center Will
Dedicate Its New Synagogue Sunday
The North Bay Village Jewish
Center will dedicate its synagogue
and new home Sunday during cer-
emonies scheduled to start at 1
p.m. at the Plaza Mall. 1720 79th
St. Causeway.
Rabbi Louis Grossman will of-
ficiate; David S. Kumble. president
will act as toastmaster. Guests w ill
Includi Cantor Carl Bender, and
Richard Gersti in, State Attorney;
music will be supplied by the 13th
United Si ites Army Band.
The building, which w s re-
modeled by one of the temp'..- vice
presidents, engineer Samuel Seven,
has si atlng for 130 to 140. lin,i
Includes a kitchen and banquet
facilities.
The temple is open every day
and regular services are held on
Friday night, with Kiddush on
Saturday mornings. The fac
,>! the Harbor Island Spa v
used for the coming high h
services.




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Friday, April 2. 1970
- k*+Ufh nnriifftir,
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THE GOOD LIFE
AT PASSOVER TIME
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WISHES EVERYONE A HAPPY SEDER


fe/flGbodtbthe
Vy last drop!*'
The joys of Passover arc
constant and unchanging.
The Seder, to begin with.
The taste of matzoh. And
the matchless flavor of
Maxwell House! Yes, this
superior coffee has been the
constant favorite in Jewish homes
for over half a century. And,
like matzoh, a tradition at the
Seder! Why not have a cheering
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vJewistifhrtW&r
Friday, April 2, 1971
Local Delegates Attending
Detroit NCJW Convention
Local delegates Mra. Florence Ices, education, and social
Hheris "Tin. Phillip Bloom. Mrs. I II pioneered Head Siart ai
Sonnan Cbhfti. president of the Service prbgrtifis; and -
Greater Miami Section. Mrs, Aaron] known as a champion
''air. Mrs. Morris FuternCck, Mrs. fltffts. It also has a broad pros

Among 41 community leaders welcomed to
membership in the Founders of Mount Sinai
Hospital at a glittering affair Sunday eve-
ning at the Diplomat Hotel were from left
(Seated) Neal Amdur, Mrs, Louis Brandt,
Leon Lowenstein, Mrs. Max Low and Her-
man Rubin; (standing) Arthur Mark, Maur-
ice Ferre, Mrs. William Segal and Cam
reldman. The new Founders brought the
ranks of the exclusive organization, whose
members have contributed $50,000 or more
to the hospital, to 252. All donations were
designated toward the continuing campaign
to expand the hospital's current facilities
into the soulh's most complete medical
center.
Miami Happenings
Frankie Av:ilon has joined the
roster oi stars who will appear
on the United Cerebral Palsy
Telethon to be broadcast from
li Auditorium on
VVC1 .-TV, Channel 6. Dennis
James v.ai emcee the Id-hour
continuous show, which ix-gins
at 11 p.m. Saturday, April 17.
Six employees who have been
Miami Beach Federal Sav-
& Loan Ass mt ion for 25
.. or longer received special
I its seventh
: il Awards Party at Viz-
Thej were v. Lotus Bro.vn,
tr.. Marie Corte O'Qulnn, Alex-
ander W. ISro.-kv Myron II. Wil-
lis, wi. Alfred II. Klirie, and Mar-
Forcier. Taleeta Lawraiw
i .1 20 J e ir service award.
and 15-yi ar awards went to
Jeanne Birtalan, lallL-m Cohan.
Freddie McCoy. Beverly Sands,
Rlrhurd G. Bsatabary. Ten-year
awards have been earned by Pa-
tricia Burdta-k, Virginia Keit,
Marilyn M. Kennedy. Kllen
Kuesrh, Lois Steiner, lon.i Za-
roliinski. Bert Kriedlob, and
Frank Reuhl and 5-year awards
In Xoniw Ilnrke. I.iml i Rob-
erts, Henry Scott, and Geneva
Sellers
Farbond Celebration Set
Chaim Weizman Branch 343.
Parband I-ZO will hold a festive.
celebration with a cultural and,
musleal program to commemorate
the coming Passover holidays Sun-
day at 7:30 p.m. m the Washing-
ton Federal Auditorium, 12.'!4
Washington Ave., Miami Beach.
Chairman Moe Levin will speak on
"Phanioh to Nasser to Sadat."
Tudv Gilbert, Mrs. Maurice Green,
Mrs". Irwin Loman. Mrs. Stanley
Myers. Mrs. Edwin Oppenheim,
Mrs. Marvin Sheldon. Mrs. Anna
Singer. Mrs. Alan Stoler. Mrs.
Jack Thaw, and Mrs. Irving Wex-
ler attended this week's 29th Na-
tional Convention of the National
Council of Jewish Women in De-
troit as official representatives of
the Greater Miami Section
NCJW.
The theme of the Convention.
Energy for a New Era: Woman-
power." focused the meetings on
one of the fundamental changes
Declining in society today, the
transformation of the woman's I
role.
"Members of National Council of
Jewish Women throughout tin
country, who have been in the:
vanguard of those working to j
bring this chunee about, are keen-
ly aware that as humanity grap-
ples with the massivt problems of ,
today, the world's greatest un-
tapped r -nirce is womanpower,"
Mrs. Cohan declared.
I
The NCJW. with 100,000 mem-
bers across the country, is active
nf support for the educ I
welfare services of Israel.
Senior Citizens To
Meet On April 11
District Chapter No. 3, I
of! of Senior Citizens Orgai ,'
Inc., will meet at 1 p.m. W dries-
day. April 14, in the M
Hotel.
CSCO Presidena Max 1 -teds
will introduce guest Speakl M tro
Commissioner Mrs. Stanley Foycei
Goldberg to speak on "I, Luncheon Program for Senior
Citizens."
Leo Bei r.cr is district
president and Mrs. Harry Klein
i.s program chairman
Mizrachi Convention P. ,-ied
Th foi iv-sivth nat'on
vention of the Mizrachi v<
Organization ol Americ i
hi i in At! intic City, NJ Nov.
7 to 10, according to Mi s
Jacobson of New Y k ( ru-
in the fields of community serv- tional presldeat
K i rsch Beverages
Certified Kosher
flavors ol the No-Cal sugar-
Irinks have t>oen certified
. : David Alan
I "i of the No-Ca"
Coi ition announced.
N- i' la ors f r Passo\ i r an
(iiiM en 5 Lemon, Root
Beer, 'ran C n I irape, Cream,
nk Grapefruit
i; a"d salt -free Club So la.
Ala I : Pa .sover is the
R d Tor) flavor, a
:he ier comblna-
T i i' ii- Kiracb beverages'!
sol I bottles will fea-1
. Ale, Cluo Isoda. Black '
Cola, Cream Orange and
Li .'. ors. j
Both Kirsch regular beverages'
and non-fattening No-Cal are.
Pan e arid certified Kosher foi f
Passover by Rabbi Solomon B.
Shapiro and R/ifobi Samuel Oreu-
Stein who supervise production'Of
both proiluets, making sure they
are manufactured in strict con-
formity with Passover regulations.
PASSOVER MEALS ARE TASTIER
with these delicious pure fruit products.
, Bring home a tempting variety
>'" for the holidays.
ADL Elects Siegendorf
Miami Commissioner Ardcn M.
Siegendorf has been elected to the
board of the Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith. according
to William M. Alp- r, Florida re-
gional board chairman. Mr. Siegen-
dorf was appointed to the commis
sion in January to till the seat
vacated by Mrs. M. Athnlie Range.
Workmen's Circle Seder
The I. L. Peretz Workmen's Cir-
cle School of Greater Miami will
have a Third Seder at 1 p.m. Sun-
day, April 11, in the Algiers Hotel.
Information may be obtained at
The Workmen's Circle offices, 940
Lincoln R., Suite 307.
j
?rom the first Seder
until the end of Passover,
these delectables
ere appetizing and
Nholesome for your
I holiday meals.
They Include Mott's
sparkling Apple Juice
end zestful Apple Sauce.-
AI so Sunsweet Prune Jules
and Cooked Prunee,
Doth flavor rich end naturally
Ughtforfemlry "ltgulartiy.,a
MOTT'S & SUNSWEET

TRADITIONAL FOR PASSCVER
CrttrU (RobbfJ. H. Rolbog W


lay, April 2. 1970
Jwist fh>rc/ifar
Page 11-C
RECORD S57H MILLION SPENT
Southern Bell's 1971
Annual Report Shows
Southern Bell Telephone Com-
pany spent i record-breaking S.vr:;
million last year to improve and
xpand telecommunication! serv
ices in the four states it serves,
accord.nu to its 1970 Annual Re-
port released here. The company
recorded other new highs in an-
nual revenues, expenses, taxes and
rages But ret income was down.
Soil hern Bell president L. E.
ast said in the report: 'The cast
f iv arly everything needed to
irnish service was at a record
Igh, pushed sharply upward by
nflation. Overall, operating ex-|
nses were Wi higher thin in
969, and revenues increased by
nlj e/i."
Thi continuation of this trend
is lh. reason the company found il
necessary to seek Increases in i's
rates, Mr. Rast said. The Imbal-
ance caused net income per share
from operations to drop from
In 1969 to 51.89 in 1970.
The report shows new records
foi telephone usage, customers
|iih one-party .service, households
frith telephones and cuatomer-
liHled long (list mce messages.
The 472.595 net increase in tele-
phones Ls the second largest on
[record surpissed only by 1969's
Igain of 499.320, The company
[ended the > .r with 6.940.953 tele-
Iphoms and tot il plant investment
[of $:}.() billion in Florida. Georgia,
IXorth and South Carolina.
The company's construction pro-
;rams for the next several years
ire expected to run in the general
range of I970's record outlay or
llighcr, the report says.
Southern Bell had 39.758 em-
ployees at the end of 1970.
During 1970. Southern Bell builtl
30 new buildings and enlarged fi~|
ithers, added n record 6,000.000
miles of wire and cable, placed 74'.S
>f all new cable underground and
put five new electronic switching
system offices in service.
At year's end direct dialing was
available t'> 91'. of subscribers
and Touch-Tone pushbuttton call-
ing to about half. Data-Phone set
in service increased by .''9'. and
residence extensions by 1'"..
Mayor Clark Is Speaker
The K>n. Steve Clark. Mayor of
Dade County, who wi'l be the
tuest speaker at the Temple Or
Oloni Brotherhood's regular break-
fast meeting Sunday at 9.30 a.m.
Aill discuss "The Future of Dade
County." His talk will be followed
>y a question and answ r period.
Beacon Unit Shows Film
Beacon I'nit of the Papanicaloau
Cancer I'.' search Institute was to
meet at Bud Dickey's 163rd St.,
[Thursday at 11:30 a.m. for
luncheon and the technicolor film
'To St'-p r, Killer." narrated by
Lowell Thomas, which was made
it the Research Institute and gives
in insight into where money goes.
Gomez Art Exhibit
Opening At Temple
The recent paintings, drawings
md sculpture of Juan Carlos Go
nez, a well-known li>cal artist, will
o on exhibition at the I-owe-i. \ In-
son Art Gallery of Temple Beth
-Wiokm, IMt Chas" ?t\e.. Miam'
Beach, beginning with a preview
t a 5-7 p.m. cocktail-reception
Sunday according to an announce-
ment by Judy Drucker. chairman
of the Art Gallery. The exhibition
will be open through April 25;
Gallery boms are Monday-Friday
'.i a.m.-5 p.m.: Saturday and Sun-
lav <) a m.-12:30 p.m.
Born in Argentina, Mr. Gome/
:i 's been living in Miami since
1961. Ho recently had a one-man
show of paintings, sculptures and
photographs at the Miami Museum
>f Modem Art and will have an
xhil'ition next year at the Dcnise
Rene Gallery In Paris, one of the
most advanced and prestigious art
> iveases in the world. Mr. Go-
on/ wi'l -.'.so ren-esent his native
ountry, Argentina, in the next
Biennial of Sao Paulo, Brazil, this
Fail.
The self-taught artist bis had
formal training in architecture,
University of Miami) and Psy-
chology (University of Miami
and U.C.L.A I. II:s interests and
activities rat from film making
ihe wrote, produced and directed
his first feature film "Time Ex-
pired" in 19S9t, to contemporary
nuslc, poetry (h's major volunv
"The Mirror and the Door" wi'.l
oe published soon 'r. Argentina and
the U.S.Ai. plus teaching and lec-
turing o i arl and the culture of
rndav.
Dr. Isoac Fein, author of the book "The Making of an Amer-
ican J2wish Community," pianist Joseph Kalichstein, Rabbi
Herbert Tarr. author of the popular novel, "Heaven Help
Us" (now being made into a movie), and Rabbi Leon Kion-
ish, spiritual leader of Beth Sholom, were guests at a party
given by Dr. and Mrs. Norman Liebman in honor of the
pianist after his recent concert at Temple Beth Sholom.
ever wish you
could make chicken
as gpod as they make it
atGrossin^ers?



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well now you can.
Grossinger's Kosher fresh-frozen poultry has to satisfy
a lot of fussy people before it even gets to you. U.S. gov-
ernment inspectors ... the Union of Orthodox rabbis ...
and Jennie Grossinger, a lady who serves more fabulous
tasting food m her resort than anyone in the world.
And, we know Grossinger's poultry will please you;
it's the finest available, and it's already soaked and salted
to save you time and work. Get them whole or just get the
parts your family likes best. breasts, legs or wings
There are Grossinger's fryers, broilers, roasters, Rock
Cornish hens, ducks, and turkeys. So don't wait. Let your
wish be granted today. KOSHER FOR PASSOVER
Available at selected stores of Food Fair and
all Food Fair Kosher markets. If not available
at your local food store, call our distributor
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A contingent of Miami Beach students attending Yeshiva
University in New York supply some "sunshine" for the
Flcrida Friends of Yeshiva University dinner Thursday, April
1, at the Deauville Hotel. Proceeds of the event, honoring in-
dustrialist Chester Devenow, will benefit the general scholar-
chip program of the University. From left are David Weiss of
Miami Beach; Dr. Isaac Bacon, dean of Yeshiva College;
Harry Peters and William Greenberg, of North Miami Beach.
Bring "Nachas"
to your Seder Table with
AVIV ISRAEL MATZ0T
: ..

The original
made-in-lsrael
matzot
Aviv Israel Matzot is the country's largest-
selling imported matzot. Light and crispy.
Hot-sealed for freshness and flavor. Baked
under the supervision of the Chief Rabbinate'
of Tel Aviv-Jaffa.
HERE ARE SOME OTHER SEOER TREATS YOU'LL ENJOY
AVIV MATZO MEAL-Make your malzo balls the way they do in
Israel. Recipe is on the package of Aviv Matzo Meal, Also Israeli recipes
for Chicken Stuffing and Farmei's Pie.
SHARON HONEY CAKE-More than a tasfe treat... give your
family and guests a joyous experience with Sharon Honey Cakethe
one that's baked with golden Israeli honey.
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ALL CERTIFIED KOSHER FOR PASSOVER


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Friday, April 2. IT;
'All In The Family': All In Fun?
By ..lOKi.l FRIKDMAX
JTA Staff Writer
You nollir that, Filith: I agre*
>*ilh him that they (Jews) are
NnartW ami shrewder and he has
tile nerve to say tint I don't like
HebflS."
Gerald I.. K. Smith in dinner
:onversation with his wife? No,
Vrchie Bunker, breadwinner,
lily man, o;its|H)ken pillar of
the Silent Majority and loadinc;
oharactiT nn GBS-TV'a Tuesday
night cinuaty mories. "All. hv the
Family." II aims to puncturo prej-
udice, and feels it cannot without;
first presenting an outright bigot,
defamations and all.
In on.- episode by Stanley Ralph
Ross called "Oh, My Aching Back."
after the opening theme song
City National Bank Elects
Gautier, Walker Directors
R. B. Gamier. Jr.. and Paul S.
Walker have been elected to the
Board of Directors of City Na-
tional Bank of Miami. Michael J.
Franco, chairman of the board, has
u lounced.
A native of Miami. Mr. Gaulier.
a partner in the law linn of W'or-
ley & Gautier. is a former Florida
wi.ito Representative and State
Senator, and has been honored for
his leadership in good government
and in the betterment of the Miami
'Kssaysof Ahad Ha-anr'
Mrs. Lillian Stone will lead the
ssion on "The Essays of Ahad
H am" ai the 2 p.m. meeting of
;.. ([real Jew i-li Book DJs i
Group to be held in the Miami
Beach Public Library in Thurs-
' April 1.
Kadimah Group Meeting
\ n gular meetins ol the Kadi-
ni 'i Group of Hadassah \"i>' tike
e Monday at 11:30 a.m. in the
Sii gapore Hotel. Concert pianist
Mrs Olga Stern, will bead the en-
i linment program, Leona Mei-
Husin is president
area. He is a director of Greater
fiami Federal Savings & Loan
Association, chairman of the Kxec-
I utive Committee of ihe Board of
Trustees of the University of Mi-
ami, a member of the Orange Bowl
Committee and the Miami Kiwanis
Club.
Mr. Walker president of Rich-
ards Department Stores, is also a |
vice president and director of City
Stores Company, home office ol
which is in Philadelphia. Pa. He,
has served as president of the Flor-
ida Relail Federation, the Bell.
Business Bureau of Miami ami the
Miami Downtown Business Coun-
cil as well .<- vice chairman of the
Miami Downtown Development Au-
hority, and is presentl) presiderl
and a director of the Economic
Society of South Florida and a
toard of Directors
of the i' lunty (".rand Jury
\--, iatiim I of the Junior
Vchicven...... in which Archie and Edith Bunker
pletonl \eiin for the Good Old:
Days i'.Mister, we could USO a
man like !! rbert Hoover again!") (
Arrive returns ham,- and re-
ports an accident: 'There was
this pushy dame, see you know
the kind They're somethin",
. |i. a'v. rys in a : ; hurrj
try in' t i to a s lie or s imi -
thin'!,, save four certs! What a
iribe!
The st >rj is very simply tliat a
. n Mrs. Rhoi d i Gre 'n*ptn
has plov i d Inl i th b ck
car, When his son-in-law, Mike
IB i Ri inei l, sks what he n
by "a tribe." Archie splutters: "It
ain't German to the conversa-
tion."
The Bankers' black neighbor
Lionel (Michael Evans I reports
that his father has forsaken his
j initor's job and o|>ened a thriving
cleaning store with money won In
court alter "Mom and Dad
rear-ended by the bus." Archie
suddenly develops a major back-
ache and h IS Mike look Up law-
yers In the yellow pages. He re-
jects Adams. Adams & Brenner,
and even Cohen & Ginsburg and
Lochman, Shapiro & Stone, settling
on Rabinowitz, Rabinowitz & Rab-
inowitz. Just to be sure, he asks:
'What Wat that third name?"
This exchange follows:
ARCHIE: How do they .sound to
you?
MIKE: Jewish.
GLORIA: Very Jewish!
ARCHIE: (defensively) : So"
What's their rellg'on got t i do
wi h it?
MIKE: That's what we want to |
.
.:. HIE' Listen, Sir. Big Lib-
eral y iu b ought up their religion,
not m '. II they' e > id l iwyers,
. ire they could be Chinks.
. .. | ... j .Uven the dictum
liiited at tl 'h'* i
jlor tests Mothe
I whai ire we
: lith as- rts let h
'
',: in .' it? &
i R
Fitzro
. ri |>y autho R ss is
slii htly dis"cputa ile kind ol i >o -
. .,:n':-ui"' "(i\. who is
wythlng, bul anything, but Jew-
ish." He expl lins t > Banker thai
>a hen we re lizi '. your name, the
i i in which you live well,
the off'ce has had clients out this
' W IV before .'lid W iiv'v thOUght
vou' I b more ible w iih
! v-.it know. o"e of your own
Vrchie is noi pi ited ind throws
iy out with the command:
"You b, i righl h ick .vhere > u
a ii from and send mi a Jew!'
Which he does: Sol R ibinowitz
himsell IS il m Ludwig), i m in
ol 60, enormouslv refined, with a
eep bell-l "'; vo ce and a very
Jev isl profile." Archie
off rs him s ime "Morgan I'
vine c infid : il Fitzroy "re il-
iy ;'-'' !' t n id fri w I to th"
h pe '"'" R bin tv Itz r
ili< ,i ru -fu'lv "He's fri -ndl}
enough. Hi's rni ri I to m> n l>
htei
Mrs I'. pan's lawyer ar-
rives "a young man not unlik
\\iiun-\ FltBroy." He says he ca
prove Archie was driving "ti
ioi.4 w i\ in a one-way alley."
His witnesses: "A station wag
filled with nuns." RabinowiQ
leaves the ease and the house. \.
ning: "Tin re's an old, old r
law, Mr. Bunker. They > iy
dates back to before the turn ,'
1 century'- In a court of law, y a
eat i station wagon fi
vith nuns!"
F e minutes later \ lie h >
d his major backache i
rns w ith the Bunkei s" laui.
I unaware of developments,
era Vrchie the name of the Ii
who won his parents' e ...
Arch e sulks. It is Rabinowitz.
Many viewers have decried
show's dissemination of epith -
over the public airwaves I |
I whei is traditional'v viewer ci
nts outweigh viewer praise
ijority of the write-in respond
h is been favorable. Some Impres-
sionable youngsten may learn the
wrong lessons from the progi
bul in ibis observer's view the
.,1,,-. i al least so far) is r
i iv s funny, often brilliant -
that makes its anti-bias points
entertains: the ideal combinai
ilt should in- noted that minoril -
figure in the casts and that th
producers and director
Yorkin, Norman Bear and foti
Rich are hardly fly-by-i
] !">'. tunists i. Significantly, t
have been no religious-and eth
irganizationa] outcries. It i- ..
the particular credit of the "H
!l iw" network that it has i k
hance on i scries that is m
> me thrui corn.
Family Spaghetti Dinner
A family spaghetti dinner .
planned by the Yeshix 1'a
Sc tool Women of North Miami
i'- ch in the school's dining room.
ME 171st Street Sundry from
I p.m. under the chairmanship
of Mrs. Jack Weinstein. Yor res-
tions call the school ottice.
Vyihians Meet Monday
Fifte* n "Esquires" will iw in-
ducted into the rank of "Knight"
il the regular meeting of the
George Gershwin Knights of Py-
thias at T:?,0 p.m. Monday, at the
Commander Richard Wasserman
will preside and a social hour an I
illation will follow the ceremonies
TEA LOVERS
are switching to
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JP Tea has quality, it is more
fragrant, more satisfying.
Make Swee-Touch-Nee
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.
nosb iiiD
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"THf ARISTOCRAT OF TEAS!"
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Some personal reflections
this Passover from one family
to another.
May we 1:1 all humility say this! The House of Streit has been
lilespptl with good forlune. Through the years, our ovens have been busy.
Truck?, trains and boat* have carried our products to every corner of the
world, wherever there are Jews. Many are the "daily*' Kosher products
thai bear our name.
But they are all secondary lo the true purpose of our continued
existence the observant and traditional baking of Passover malzos.
It is this continuity of obligation that has been handed down through our
generations, father to son, father to son. And this is what we learned
from our father, Aron Streit, of blessed memory ... the mandate of
Kashruth, the unhowing fidelity to correclness, the traditional family
formula responsible for the traditional taste and quality ofStreit'smatzos.
This precious heritage from our father we are proud to pass on
to our children, even unto the youngest grandson who, on this coming
Passover, will ask the centuries-old question, '"Ma nish-tanaw .?"
How happily, proudly and thankfully will we answer him!
Jack and Irving Streit,
for the Streit Family
Streit's has everything Kosher for Passover!
MATZOS EGG MAT20S
WHOLE WHEAT MATZOS
MAT70 MEAL MATZO FARFEL
GEFILTE FISH CATSUP
EORSCHT FRUIT SLICES
MACAROONS PRESERVES
;.!iXS WITH BAKING PANS
passover **
matzos
under rabbinical supervision of
RABBI AARON SOLOVEICHIK
RABBI N. BIALIK
Aron Streit, Inc., 153 RiviMton Strtet,
N.Y., N.T. MWZ


Iday. April 2. 1970
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Page 13-C
This Week In History...
40 linn* Ago This Week: 1931
The 101$t desecration of a Ger-
[man Jewish ceme-tery in recent
years was committed in Herrns>
1 heim.
Five Jews died and others were
[ injured when an unemployed engi-
neer shot up a Budapest syna-
at Passover "to take re-
i .in the Jews, who are re-
gp Bible for Hungary's misfor-
1 es."
I'nknown assailants killed threi
,; ind wounded four others vh i
iding in a laborers' car along
i; I i-Nazareth road.
>;> Yiddish writers said Amer-
Yi Idish press need riot worry
|..bout its existence for decades.
r. v. George Stockdale of St
- Methodist Episcopal Church.
Harlem, N.Y., declared: We must
be rid of the ago-old stigma that
CV.-uians have so often laid upir,
Jew for the crucifixon of Jesus."
"ITiere is more religion in Sing
SinE Prison than there !s in Pa!-
Katz,
estine." said Rabbi Jacob
Jewish chaplain of the jail.
Corporal Sol imon Jessel, oldest
OK IHi 411
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JACOB
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1200 On Your Dial
Oleh Ke<;tl Tour
To Be Aboard 1st
El Al '7tr Flight
PI for the 197] Miami-Oleh
Regel Tour will be completed at a
desseit reception for the Miami
Honorecs of Israel at 8 p.m. Mon-
day in the Louis Philippe Room >>r
the Fontainebleau Hotel, Mich v '
, d i tor of the Miami an1
Florid., Israel Bond Organization
which annually sponsors the tour.
h nnounced.
The Miami-to-Miami tour will
lake place June 15 through July
6. It will include two weeks in Is-
rael and a third week in Rome
and Paiis. Mr. I.itvak said, with
participants scheduled to hoard
the Inaugural flight ;' El Al's new
747.
On the program at the reception
will be Elchanan Segal. Director
of F.l Al Airlines in Miami. Saul
Resnik. head if Zenith Tours, and
Ben Volpe, head Of Volpe Tours.
They will describe details of the
schedules accommodations and
rates for the tour.
Mr. I.itvak noted that this year's
loui is i' ing made at the personal
Invitation ol President Zalman
Shazar of Israel, extended when
| he M ami two w< eks ago
I I si Kol, Minister of Tour-
H ui""." if Isi who
- \ ., n I :
: Bonds d iring 1971
i
: I, n .'ill
'.' ni-0 I :: mi
- i luncheon: d
'
nilil iry of-
Moshe lv i s:
Eban, Yigal Allon, P es I rtt Sh
VIei i i ; in.
i' v\ :sh veti ran of the Crimean
War. d'.rd in London at the ag.'
of 98.
1C Year- Ago This Week: 1961
Prep, rations were completed for
the start of the Eichmann trial
April 11 Premier David Ben-Gur-
ion declared: "The heavy burden
I the Nazi Holocaust rests
not only on Nazi Germany. Ii rests
ilso on England, France and in.
United States, which could hav
aved those Jews who fled toward
Israel hut were not permitted I
1 ind here Eichmann's personal
ate is unimportant. Ii is the un-
veiling of the entire extermination
>'. i m igainsl the Jews thai
mat tei s."
Wesl Germa i Defense Minister
Franz-Josef Strauss ordered the
Army's education authorities to
teach German soldiers about Jew-
ish contributions to their country,
30 as "to restore the record ol
history."
Gunther Fuchs, former Gestapo
"Jewish exprt" in Ia>&/.. Poland.
was indicted in Frankfurt for re-
ipons'bility in the murder of "about
o Jews." Otto Haupt. former
5S medical officer, was arrested I
near Stuttgart and charged with
Complicity in 1.C0O Jewish deaths.
Brazilian President Janio Quad-
ros ordered public school diction-
larirs cleansed of terms "offen-
sive to vari >iis racs, nation! or
eligions," such as "swindler .
lan ih k" for "Jew" and "devil"
H "rabbi."
The Ashk n izi Ji w sh coin nun
\ '.'i ;il ,. 'ii irked its
mni\ i .
! )i I Wej ss-Levi
d Italian Jewish women n
lipst with powder, "sine
parl n! this cosmi tic is often in-
voluntarily swallowed by its u*e -
ind often by men to I I ;-
ii is nol ki sher."
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k^
Family Relations ... Then And Now
"The Psychological Differences in sociation and clinical professor at
Family Relations Then and
Now." will he the subject of a
lecture by Dr. Samuel A. Feldman
>n Monday. April 12 at Temple
Beth Moshe.
The event, slated to begin at
-!:l!0 p.m., is being sponsored by the
temple Sisterhood; Hie lecture will
be followed bj a question and an-
swer period.
Executive board member of the
Dade County Mental Health As-
Miami-Dade Junior College, Dr.
Feldman served as chief clinical
psychologists at the Dade County
Juvenile Court Psvchiatric Clinic
For All Your
PASSOVER
Needs
Call
Schechter & Hirsch's
Restaurant
5325215
Paradise
I. ^.M.VliV
lelii 'ous Sanka*
! '. ricli cof-
:. never brie:-. And it's
7'. caffein tree
ihoice of Freeze-
'. Instant or Ground.
Sanka is a
General Foods
brand name for
caffein fi et
coffee.
Certified
Kosher Parve
tor Passover by
Rabbi Bernard
Levy
(;
F
nstfl X
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r-f no one will drink from this cup.
\jf It's Elijah's cup. It's a tradition.
The bitter herbs :i ^ I '\
. St
'*'( <.j?c^<-
leavened bread j.y_.
i- a tradition.
Manischewitz wishes you
a Happy Passover.
That has become a tradition, too.
Concord*, White Concord, Medium Dry Ccnrord.
i > .
N s late Burgui
. etened
Cream Concord*.
Cream Wh.ie Concord,
Cream Pink Concord,
;L.:landia".
- Royal Rose.
Hi ./ York N V '


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Fire /s TVof A Free Agent
lew.iriw*
By RABBI BAD1 WHMIA*
S. phanlic Jewish OoagfegatkMI
From the lnfd i 'he human
race, fire has been th symbol of
i i. ri. myth of Prome-
... from heaven
- m Tit is the ag
dream oi civilization.
i T 'l0lo!
holiness marking the spiritual as
cei to! man.
c
citii s
lies.
civilization are productive or dc-
Bti itive, depending on its" usei
and .- tor. Civilization u
- m is not: fire burns, but
man determines its direction and
purpose.
sacrifices; and the glory of the
Lord :ill< d the house."
By RABBI SAMCEL .1. VOX
S ime elite generations become
worthy of the fire from he
Why it is permissible to violate
the SsMmth in order to s lve a
This fire also consumes like others, nre*
but onij the offer"
mis fire aim m not contained, bu Th( Ta,nU!cl is quite definite on
; js oi I bonl "'i destruction: oi
indicating that nc is
the contrary, it spreads the glory ; | ()) what;vi.,. ,.
f Hod

ife on the Sabbath
Let us therefore ever seek th* (Yoma si Bi. This permissiveness
fire that brings glory in its is based on several factors. One is
Model Seder \t
Douglas Gardens
ih. 1 h.....'on -i"" I "' man
:- more imnortani t*i m the i>l>-
servancc ol the Sabb ith.
Another verse in Exodus ]>\-\<
the people if !- I to "observe
Despite the glaring shortcom- A special Passover program In the Sabbath thi
Ingsoici andtheexorbl the form of a Model Seder, was to ration (Exodus.3
Snt toll it exacts for progress, w. be presented by Temple Menorahs bLs leduc m th'S tha on
are unanimous in af! that a Hebrew School students al th '" '" x' ." "..
fire musi perpetually burn upon in Home For The Aged (Doug- order to save aMe who will oh-
theAltar.Th. light ol ur civiliza tas Gardens) Thursday evenin in lerv. th. Sabbath for many years
Hen musi nol be permitl -d to g ltu dining roo '" ',n'i then ever, have
out. even if we have to bring sac ferity observe .t.M^kilta. Ed
rifieesfo Its presen Lion. The eleven-year-old students .1 I ledmann, page 193-B.i
1 : in the H ...
I!* the nemesis ol ma nant the There is ee
strivii to forward to kind' the Passover Sed the fact thai
: '' candl ,n I a the i Id. '
! ;hl :- als i ;.
lapines" rhev will aNi
know : '. eternal trial the elder! i a "j iinl
vhcre rich will fin I i I
- third typi .1 :'
> in "i" i :les, de- ._____ M
t A en F 1 ents M -
: Jt as hosts
n hea\.....i- I irtel I in 1
I the | Seder.
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nd Mel
Friday, April 2, 1971
=a
t
* ........
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Tzav
"And the I-ord spake unto Moses, saying, command Aarnn
and his sons, saying, thus Ls the law of the burnt-offering ."
(Chapters o-tfi.
SACRIFICIAL DUTIES OF THE PRIESTS: The priests were
charged with the duty of bringing a burnt-ottering on behalf of ;
the community every morning and evening and the fire on th"
altar was to he kci't burning continuously. Supplementary la
p,-,,.: their sacrificial duties and the portions of the offer-
ings they were to receive as their dues. Their share of the m,
sin and trespass offerings could be eaten only within the court
of the sanctuary by a priesl who was ceremoniously clean. Aaron. I
the time he was ordained, was to bring a meal-offering
morning and evening on his own behalf, and on behalf of the
priesthood. c
The peace offering was the only sacrifice of which the o'-
ferer, too, ts pel I partake, provided he was ceremon-
ially clean.
CONSECRATION OF AARON AND His SONS: In an I
p ssive >< rcmony held In the court of the sanctuary, A iron a I
h sons V- -re consecrated and instilled by Moses in the presence
of the congregation. After the priests had bathed, Moses dressed
Aaron in his distinctive garments and anointed the tabernacle
I Its c intents the ark. table of show-bread, candlestick ar
altar of Incense as wi 11 aa the altar of burnt-offering with Its
accessories, and th lavi ind its base, all of which -Mod In tl
court of the sanctuarj He then poured anointing oil upon Aan n's
id t > sanctify him. Finally, the ordinary priests wore In1
with their garments, and a sin-offering, burnt-offering and u
ions were offered up by Moses. These rites v.
ted daily for seven days with Aaron and his sens ri m
In the court through! ul the period.
Wolpert Elected Slate Chairman
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tatos i line th. nd i rt has pen -' '' :': '
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CANDLELIGKTING TIME
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neeordine to the I on, Ihe purpose which
I to 1 i late 1 ts ol
>h i' n mdi nd not I t s nd rcth
th m. thr >u h ill Fl rida i un I '
wi
Of course, th
apply to the thn e cardin il p\, ,\,
sins e., I
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Mr. Wolpi rt, w
raI years
tive -: i t i Metro M lyor
Chuck Hall, foi ly o l\
i ted a f irnil ire stoi h n

Lecture On Isaiah
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I al 8 p m
tin
next s
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it.. made
i traditioi
tod 1
,mea martyr I i pre- '" rks called
:.: n, th. Proi be1 Is i
" ______ !i Rabbi Ab B n Hi
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Ui
thodox.
sky
Rabbi Joseph E.
Backov-
2?
BETH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGRECA
TION, 843 Meridian Avenue. 22-f
----- -
CUBAN HEBHEW congregation
1242 Washington Ave Orthodox
Rabbi Dow Rozencwaig 23
B'NAI RAPHAEL*1401 NW 183M St OM^T^ Nr^L0E^"-HSe 11th Avt
Conservative. Ranbi Charles Rubel s UOM l -E LEJ, \. s? ^u
?..,. j.rh L,pn ,(. Conservative. KaDbl Morris A. bkop.
Cantor Jck_Lerner. 36 Cantor Erne8t .vhreiber 41
SINAI (TEMPLE) of NORTH OAOE j SURFSIOi
18801 N E. 22nd Avenu-. Reform MOHAN nVID CONCCOat.on
Rabbi Ralph P. Kingslcy. Cantor 923 Harding Ave., Surfside, Town
MIAMI
AH A VAT SHALOM CONGREGA
TION. 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox
Cantor Aron Ben Aron. 1
ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowitz 2
Fi-nm-ni Prom Pettto;
Mllxvah: William. Bn if Mr.
.Mrs. Harvey Riwenptelji, followed l..\l
KhIiIusIi in hie hdnor.
tin
EMANU-EL (TEMPLE). 1701 Wash-
ington Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irv-
ing Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler 24
l"ri(l:iy s::iii p.m. fluent preaeher, I>r
u Wiley Sentt, Mlnifter, Miami
P OLOM (Tempiei 0/s S W. 16th' Beach Community.Church, will preach c,p,,.
St. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph Giix- on in 8earcU of Identity Fridaj 11:30 p.m. Saturt
m,n- ____._____ HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetre. j "..: Tl- (ir.-at S;.l,l
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N M.ami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
IEW ACADEI
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S
Gross. 25
BETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. Ken-
dll Dr S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard, Cantor Micheal Klein
Kyrr 3i ,i ', CONO. AN.NELL (Branch of He-
------------ I Friday i:li D.m. Thplc! "The '5^W AAc"^Tuy)i 7thr,SL a*! M.eri"
BETH DAVID. 2626 SW 3rd Ave. I over Seder ami the Better ol Life" Jjf" Aw?'i
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau Saturday 9 a.m. Sermoa: "The irnut i Ben-Hiliil.
Canto William W. Lipson. 4 Sabbath which heralds the .mint' ------------
Friday 8:3a p.m. Sermon: "Conaiftpva-1 holiday ('axxover. .JACOB C. cohen communitv
tlve JudalMm In Israel'' Saturday' i ------------ SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave
(Temple). 951 E Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
live 15 Cantor Mever Engel. TH
Saturday 9:30 a.m. Salunday p.m Sermon: "The Legal
AHpaci "f Return"
Irving Shulkea.
Friday 8:16 p.m. Pamlly Worship 8er
vli i Saturday 11:15 a m Bar Mltzvah:
vah: Neal Franer, son "i Mr. and Mi-
Itobert Frag-er.
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18151 N.E.
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah F.
H
lay a a.m. S tath"
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER
MIAMI. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox
Rabbi Naftall Porush. 39
am. Bar Mltavah: Mark BTkln, nqfijot TIFERETH JACOB (T
Mr and Mrs. I'irry Klkin. 4th Ave. Conservativ
Friday
!>.m.
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Orlhl-
dox. 5 Z!0N (TEMPLE). K0O0 Miller Rd
------ i Conservative, Rabbi Norman ". Sha-
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave- P'ro. Cantor Richard S. Browdy 16
Modern Traditional Rabbi tilax Friday R:,80 p.m. .Iiv.ik1i MuSlr B 11
Shapiro. Cantor Ben Dickson fc |>ath with Sermon in S"n by Choir
Saturday, B:4S a.m Tonic: "We Must Saturday a.m Bar Mltzvali >
m. r epared." S i", p.m. "Portion ofifWi "f Mr and Mr- Robei
l., o:45 p-n^TheHoad to P. NORTH MIAMI
BETH TOV (Temple). 6418 SW 8th
St. Conservative Rabhi Simon
April. Cantor Seymour Hinkes 8
Fridaj li
.i 'topic "Tl
hi" folloK ed 't>! i
i Man
in ii.....i o< Mr Mati birthday.
BETH MOSHE CONGFErjATlON
12600 W. Dixie Hvvy. Corservn: ve
Rabbi Joseph Gorfinkel. Cantor
Ben Z n Kirsctiervbaum. 25
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave .
Orthodox. Ra'Ji David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif 27 '
MENOB.AH (TEMPLE). 620 75th St
Cor*ervative. Rabbi Mayer Aoram-
v/lt* Cantor Nio F-idman >?.
i >v i" pm Saturday B a m Bar
n* I loyd I mi i BOP
ii .i j.';... Harrs l)i mi y
N^R TAMlD ITEM"' E). 80th St. ana
I U'ti Waterway. Conservative.
Rahbt lugene Labovitz Cantoi Ea
w.ird'^tem "'
The Whole
CORAL GABIES
25-A JUDEA (TEMPLE) 5500 Granada j
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Morris Kipper 40
Friday B p.m. Famil) L^acshlp Ser-
vice Saturday 11 If. a m liar Mitzvah:
Miles Oilman, son "f Mr. and Mrs.
Morti a I. lllman.
ZAMORA (TE"PLE) U Zamora Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell Berger.
Cantor Nathan Zolondek. 41
Hall Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac D Vint.
MAUANDAIE
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTE*.
126 N. E. 1st Ave. 44
HOUYWOOO
BETH EL (TEMPLE) 1351 8. 14 Ave,
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffa. 4S
Kndav S: 1 f> p.m. Topic: "I>:ussi'Ver
'"" ^-. We Si-elns; A NVw Btrth W
Freedom?" Saturday 11 a-m. \^"~
Mitzvah: Kevin BBBsVJ, son of Mr sag
; .Mrs. StatlN-y 1. lOni.is.
I RETH SHALOM (TEMPLfV. 172S
Monroe ct Conservative Rabbi
Morton Malavsky. Cantor Irving
Gold. 44
RINAI (TEMPLE). 1201 Johnson St.
Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro.
Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun. *'
aril
BA
FT. LAUDERDALE
BETH ISRAFL (TEMPLE). 547 fe
Oakland Park Blvd. Rabbi Sheldor.
Edwards. Cantor Maurice Neu. 42
EMANL-EL. 3245*W. Oakland Park
MIRAMAR
I5RAEL (TEMPLE) 6920 SW. 35t* St **J
Conservative. Rabbi Elliot J. V,'"1!'
grad. Cantor Abraham Kcater -[jja]
MARGATE {
MARGATE JEWISH CENTER, fd ami
N.W. 9th St.
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Arthur J. Ab- | SOLEL (TEMPLE) 3300 N. 46 Av('
rams. Cantor. Jerome Klement. 4J (Temporary office) Liberal.

MIAMI BEACH
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Ca>-lyle Ave
~ Orthodox Rabbi Issar Ever. n bath'
ISRAEL (Temofe) op orf^tbr ------#-------
Rabbi Joseph R^Narot. 10;, -t y. Orthodox.., Rabbi Pnmeas Weber.
ISRAELITE CENTEH 3175 SW 25th kETH' ISRA-EL.''770 *Wth"St. CfrShofox man- ____ ____
, Rabbi Berel _Wein_^ 18 SEPHARp.lC JEWISH CENTER M9
BETH JACOB" 3oT Wish-ington A,.. Collm. Ave. Rabbi_Sadi r
r^abbinical roc/rants
rll i
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L
Prazin Cantor Nathan Parnass 11
IS ii m. and m it
urda; !' a m Topic; '"On Removing
April I
Thi'j page u prcf-arrd in
Cooperation with thr Grrdtc
Miami Rabbinical Ajicciatio^
CoornUnafoT of 'he featum
dpbearint here U
RABBI MAXWELL BERGER
Spiritual Leadc of
Tempi* Zamoro
Carol Gables
Orthodox. Rflbbi Shmaryahu T. Swir. CONGREGATION F17 ru.iv iut
Sky. Can.^ M^ur^Mamche., 19 C44N^,^in\^\^^vVo^rn
| BETH RAPHAEL (TEMPLE). 1545
Jefferson Ave. Conservative Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh 20
-----*-----
I BETH SHOLOM tTEMPLEl. 4144
Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kronish. Cantor David Conviser 21
Friday 7:4:. p.m. Topi,: shall We
explore The Meaning of Mv-l.ai
Tui-nly-fiv.. Yi-urs After N'urtlb'TK""
Saturday 10:48 a m Bar Mitzvah: Ro-
bert Beiicaoi. awn of Mr. and Mrs.
Marahfdi Barkaen.
BBUl.TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave. Or-
Groner.
32
NORTH feAY VILLAGE JEV/ISH
CENTEtV. .1720 79th Street Cause-
way. North Bay Village. Conserva-
tive Cantor Carl Bender. 32-A
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
KDATH YESV'JRUN (TEMPLE). 1026
N. E. Miami Gardens Drive. Con.
servative. Rabbi Milton Schlmskv
Cantor Nathaniel Schub. 33
BETH TORAH Nt 164th St. at 11th
Ave Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
chitz. Cantor Jacob Renzer. 34
Ch, I Jewish Worship Hour
H at: Rabbi Eugene Labovitz, Temple Ner Ts
Ch. 7. 10 a.m. The Still Small Voice
I bbi Max Lipschltz, Beth Torah
Congregation
Guest: Rabbi Sol Landau, Both David
< '"n^regation
April 4 Ch. 4, 8:30 a.m. The First Estate
Topic: "A Woman's Concerns"
Moderator: Rev. Luther C. Pierce
Guest: Rep. Gwendolyn Cherry
Panel: Rabbi Samuel Jaffe, Father John Verer


April 2. 1970
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LEGAL NOTICE
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lb FOR DADE COUNTY.
OKIDA IN PROBATE
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mid .mi Pi rsone l lav-
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rtnj of March, 1971
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To LoulsPhllllp DANDREA
Iti sldence I'm;
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notified that a [till ,.( c
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against you, and > -u re required to
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CIRCUIT OF FLOrllDA IN AND FOR
DADE COI INTY.
IN CHANCERY, NO. 71-5559
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
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TO: C1EOROE W. TURNER
u Estelle Keith
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B. diamond
:: 19-36 4 8-9
E. I lo nerve a copy of your
City National I Pleading to th.- Bill of Comnlaint
Rank Building, Miami, Fi -
once
i ui i., \, eeka
V COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
. ,D FOR DADE COUNTY,
F.ORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 84791

1 ; KOPPBLMAN,
iOTICE TO CREDITORS
. ctlKirn and All Persons Hav-
h or Demand* AK.iiu.--t Bald
. hereby notified and requlr-
... ,1 mj rlaims and demands
u may have against tin- oa-
, SHIRLEY It. KOPPBLMAN
,i !:.i,- ,,i Dade Oounty. Florida.
|, ,.u ity Judges "f Dade County,
. aame In duplicate and as
[j in Section 733.16, Plorida
in their office* In the Coun-
brthouse In Dade County, Flo-
i\ calendar montha fr<>m
,.f id, first publication here-
|t!'..- aame will be barred.
i at Miami, Florida, tins
| February, A.D, 1971.
": \ II' it KoPPELMAN
As Administrator
It publication of this notice
laj nf March, 1971.
j l. I MCI KEN
rn-v for Administrator
Illdu.
8/12-19-36 4 3
file the original Answer or r
in the i.ffloe oi the > lerk of ;.
uit Courl of April, 1971. M vou fail I i tl">
judgment bj default will I
agnlnal you for th.- relief
i the Hill of Comnla
This notice shall i..- puhliahed
i.-h week f",- r..ur eonseoutlvi
i Till'. JEWISH I'l IRID1AN
PONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
I Florida, this 22nd day of March A l>
! 1971.
R It 1 BATHERMAN. Cli rk
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
Bj K. M KlSSEE
Denuty t'leik
(Circuit Courl Beal I
IVAl TRR K MACKOTTT. ESQ.
1316 City National Rank Building
Miami, Florida 33139
Vttorney fur Plaintiff
- g | 2-9-16
26
on
NOTICE UNDER
F'CTITIOUS NAME LAW
r.t.K is HEREBY CIVKN that
uidt-rsigned, desiring t<> engage
III as under tin- fictitious name
['.;..\AI. BBCCRITY AI.AIt.M
r-: ~ :u l'o. Bos M. 1'leta
eti Miami. Fla. intenda I" regtst-
li,. name with th.- Clerk "f the
: ourt nf Dad- County. Florida.
M MtK'-STKVKN
| rBRNATIONAU INC.,
.. Florida corporation
IJ y. Steven B. Sham ila
8/26 4 3-9-16
NOTICE UNDER
CTITIOUS NAME LAW
EH IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
i.- ,i.'l deairing i" engage
leas under the fictitious names
JXWIH GL.ICKMAN
sfel.ICKMAN, D.O,
;.\\ I67th Street, I 'i-:. Locka.
Intenda to register aald names
Clerk oi the Circuit Court ..f
-uiuv. Florida.
Illi fi LICK MAN, D.O P A.
li.iviil i ilii'kman. i'res
ISRG FROMBBRG
. P A
for applicant
I \V. Klngler Street
loriila
:: - NOTICE UNDER
TITIOUS NAME LAW
|K is HEREBY civiCN thai
reigned, jts under the fictitious name
[al 11114.1 N.E. Sixth Avenue.
feorlda intends to register said
h the Clerk of the Circuit
Dade County, Florida
.-AN FIUM SYSTEMS, INC.
ailtT HtltOIS, President
& GROSS
j for
nn Plhn Systems. Inc.
pin Road
ach. Fin.
HY D. SCHREIBER
3/26 4/2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER
.CTITIOUS NAME LAW
CE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
VrsiR-ned, deairing to engage
tea under the fictitious name
B BOO nt 7613 Dadeland Mall,
"lorlda intenda to reglater aald
-ith the Clerk of the Circuit
If Dade County, Florida.
las'lUCH CORPORATION
a Florida corporation
N ft FBLI>MAN
_.ys for appllcunt
fcrie Concourao
1 beach. Florida
3/5-12-19-26
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IB HEREBY OIVEN tti.it
the undersigned, desiring to encase
In business under ih.- fictitious name
of i'nci.i: sams suns at 1:3-7:.
Sunny Isles Boulevard, North Miami
Bench. Florida intends to regtstei
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Pad.- County Florida.
ITR1M.K BCAT.I.ION. INC.
Pv: SHIKI.KY TCNIS. President
MICHAEI P. CHASE
Attorney for
Purple BcaUJnn. Inc.
190fl S W Third Avenue
Miami. Florida 83133
^ 1'>-_.; 1 2-9
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-4348
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
VIRGINIA RICHARDSON, Plaintiff
ERNEST RICHARDSON, Defendant.
TO: ERNEST RICHARDSON
Ri aldenee Unknown
You. ERNEST RICHARDSON, are
hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce lias been nled
against you, and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or i'l ad-
|na t" the Bill ol Complaint on the
Plaintiffs attorney, Law Offices of
{Ml.l.ACK. TOCOS* FATII 17i
Northwest :>h Street Suit- inn
Miami. Florida and tile the original
Answer or Plendlng 1" the office of
1 ,h.- Oerk of the Circuit Court nn or
I l.efore the IKth day of Anrll. 9.1 If
you fail to d., s... judgment by "-
1 fault will he taken against vou e
r-.-ii.-r deman led In the Bill ol I om-
Thi's notice shall he nuNlshed nnre
; each week for four conecntlv. weeki
; |n THE JEWISH FtOP'DIAN
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami.
Florida, this 5th day of March A D.
'"' K R l.WATHWRMAN. CWV
C,rnii< Court, >>"?'CTv-S'b-p0
By: c 1. Al BX VNDER
Denuty ClerK
(Cir. nit Court Seal)
I j.w Offices of _____
POI.I ACK. YOCOM ftFAJH
1-nn N V 7,' StreetSuite ">"
Miami. Florida mi jr. jM2-999>
Attorney! for Plaintiff J/18,,,.M 4 :
and 1 the plaintlfrs Atti.....> GOLDMAN.
GOLDSTEIN .'C PACZIER, A E.
PACZIER, ESQ., 2401 W. Flagler
Street. Miami. Florida 33133 Tele:
642-3411 and file the original Answer
taken i or Pleading In the office "f Ihe Clerk
demanded ol ihe Circuit Court on or before the
tilth day of April. 1971. H you fail to
do v. Judgment by default "ill he
tak.-n agalnal you for Ihe rellel de-
manded in the I'll "i Complaint.
This notice ahall '"' published 01.....
ea.-h week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH Fl ORIDIAN.
Done And ordered at .Miami.
Florida, this 23rd day "f March, A.D.
1971.
E R 1 i:\TllK.liMAN'. Clerk,
Cir, uit Court. Dade Counlv. Florida
By: it. M. KI8SEE
p.-out v Cl.-r'i:
(Cireuit Court Beall
A B. PACZIER. ES J.
(ii il DMAN, GOLDSTEIN A
PACZIER
'.'I'.l West Flagler Slreet
Miami. Florida : 1135
T.-l.: 643-2411
Attorneys for Plaintiff
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t" engage
10 bualneas under the fictitious names
of i'I'A DISCOUNT AND CATALOG
STORES: CONSUMER PURCHASING
AGENTS -CPA; K.c V\ P., INC. al .
I'ii Uox 104, Miami. l-"la. 83165 in-| tj Courthouse In Dade County,
tends to '*,-:i ter said names with tle
Clerk of the Circuit Court ol Dad*
County, Florida.
Florida City Wide
Publishing, Inc
:; 5-12-19-26
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PHOBATE
No. 71-1002
(JOHN r. BLANTON)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: lii uii. uf
HAKRV JACOBS
I ieceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing ''la ms or Demands Aguiui I
l-.-lal. :
Vou are hereby notified and re-
,iu,!'i i" present nj claims .
in..iMi. which you may havi against
the atate o( HARRY JACi HIS -
, -iis.-.i late oi Dane County, Florida,
10 the County Judges of Dade Coun-
ty, ami file the sain.- in duplii 1
as provided in Section l.y: !,, Florida
Statutes, in their offices In the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the time of the first publn nl on here-
of, or the sain,- u ill be barred.
thli
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
REYNOLD ZAMORA,
Plaintiff,
MARGARET M. ZAMORA,
p.-f.-ndant. _
TO: MARGARET M. ZAMORA
:06-27th Street
Unl City, New Jersey
You, MAR IARET M. ZAMORA. are
hereby notifi. d 'hat a BUI of Com-
nlaint for 1 Ivorce has been llleo
against you, and you are required to
serve -i copy your Answer or Pleafl-
m, to the BUI of Complaint on the
Plaintiffs attorney. ST">NW A.
SOSTCHIN, t497 N.W. 7th St.. Miami
Florida 3312S and file the original
\nswer or Pleading in the office ol
the Clerk of the circuit Court on or
before the 30th day nf April, W. II
vou fall to do s... judgment by ae-
fault will be taken against you lor
..... relief d< tr.iuided In the Bill ol
^ThVs'nMlce ahall he published rmee
,.h week for four conaecuHve weeks
In THE JEWISH FI/>RIDIAN.
DOVE nNT> ORDERED at Miami.
rd day of March A O.
IW1'B 1 BATHERMAN. Clerk.
Clrcuti Court, Dado C >unty, Florwa
Pv: C P Cl PE1 VND
i,, nn ( lei'k
(Circuit Courl Beall
STONE v B' IS^H'HIN
1497 N w 7th Btreel
^::., n| pi, rldn 33125
Phone: 64! 7 !
Attorneys for Plalntin 2g ,..,.,,.,,.,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 70-15682
AMENDED
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
WILFRED! > HL'OUBT,
Plaintiff.
ANA MAR1 v PERBZ HUOUBT,
I ef.-mlalit.
TO: ANA MARIA PEREZ HUOL'ET
Apartment No. 302
Apartmenl No. 0U2
Havana. Cuba
TOP ARE HEREBY notified that
a Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are hereby
required to serve a copy of your an-
swer or other pleading to the Com-
plaint on the plaintiffs attorney
'JOHN J, GALLAGHER. 1451 N.W.
I 17th Avenue. Miami, Florida 3S1J:,.
and file the original \.itli the Clerk
I uf the above styled Court, on or be-
, fore the 19Hi ilav of April. 1971 or a
K. B. l.PjTHKK.MAN
Idefaula Will be entered against you.
', (Circuit Court Seal!
1" rk nf rircnll C-.irt
By: R. M. KISSEH
3/19-Jfi 4-J-9
Dated at Miami, 1-'!(
day oi March, A D. 1971.
CLARA JACOBS
As Executrix
I'ii al pul'la 1 am of thia nuiIi e
thi 1 Hi day of March, 1971.
FR1SHM VN A FEIS
Attorne} for l'.\< 1 u'rix
l_"i i.11.1 nln Road
Miami la-.oh. Florida
:; 12-19-26,
ih
1 1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ni >TU'!; IS HEREB1 GIVEN thai
, th.- undersigned, desiring I
: in business un ler II
1 of PAN AM EXTERMINATING COM-
; PANY ai 275 S.W. 6H1 Slrei Miami,
I Florida intends t<> register said nams
with the Ch-rk of the Circuit Court
of 1 ..nl,- County, l- km 'a
PAN AMERICAN BXTERMINATINQ
11IMPANY INC
SPARBER, ZBMEI-, ROSKIN \
HEILBRI INNER P A,
Attorneys for applicant
inn N Blecayne Boulevartl
Miami, Plorida
3 12-19-26, 4 'I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO. 71-5459
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
FELICIA POI.A.
Plaintiff.
JUAN ANTONIO POI*A.
YOU^UAN ANTONIO POLA. Goi-
curia 11 Santos Suaren. Havana.
Cpba. ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to
file v-our written defense to this di-
vorce with the Courts Clerk and serve
a copy upon Plaintiff's Attorneys.
VON ZAMPT & SMITH 151! Capital
Bank Building. Miami. Florida on or
before the 30th day of April 1971.
elM the Complaint will be taken as
confessed.
DATED: MAR 22 1971
B B DEATHERMAN. CI-ERK
RY. C P. COPBTjAND
Denuty Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal) #/|_M|
IE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
ND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-1075
[ Estate of
NEW BERG Ell
JOTICE TO CREDITORS
HTmlitors and All Persons Hav-
lums or Demands Against Said
are hereby notified and renulr-
resent any claims and demands I
you may have against the es- 1
,' MAX S NBWBERGER de-
late of Dade County. Florida.
Tounty Judges of Dade County.
, the same In duplicate and as
M in Section 783.16. Florida
e. In their offices in the
Courthouse. In Dade County.
.. within six calendar months
he time of the first publication
or the same will be barred.
d at Miami. Klorlda. this IB
March. A.D. 1971.
ROSE NBWBERGER
All Executrix
ihllcntlon nf this notice on
dav of March, 1971.
EPSTEIN
or Entntc
Road
fen, Fla 331.19
3/26 4/2-9-16
NOThCE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
NOSHVILLB, U.S.A. at number 330
Lincoln Road in the City of Miami
Beach, Florida, intends to register
the said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dude County.
K,Dated at Miami Beach Florida, thia
^nc^lnmaV.l^a^Veria. inc.
a Florida corporation
3.10 Lincoln Bond
Miami Beach. Florida
KWITNEY ft KROOP
Attorney for Applicant
MO Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida ^ ^^ #/|
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of TATKA PAINTING & REPAIR
COMPANY at 825 "tth Street. Miami
Beach, Forlda intend % register said
name with the Clerk of the circuit
Court of Dade Cunty, Plorida.
1 .\y/i o VARGA
ANDRBJ PALASCAK
^iuis I.evlne
Attorney for applicants
330 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Pla.
3 19-26 4 !-9
N Jxi'i FOR DADE \i;*".:.* TO
IIIIlA NO 71-117S NUTlt h I''
c KPI.iT'iliS IN RE: Estate of
.Tint II la-rwis. Deceaeed.
You are requ red within 6 calendar
mo. hs from 'the first publication of
Jhls notice to file *? Vupll.'
a^an^clffm^^maMWlIu
St.-'T/ARTlJ?-,^" LEWIS' g
S2ed. o herwise same will be barred.
THK1-MA E. LEWIS. Administratrix
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OI\ LN that
the undersigned, desiring to engm;.
in business under the fictitious name
of MILTON ASSOCIATES at 127Sl Vt.
IMxie Highway. North Miami, Flor da
Intends to register said name v.ltlj in
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida. ___..
MIIjTON STEIN
El J BERGER
Attorney for Applicant
16499 N E. 19th Avenue
North Miami Beach. "*., t'J-9-lG
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-1020
FRANK B. DOWLING
in RE: E late ol
I.Ki IN FEBLOW
Deci a-' 1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Bald
.
Vou are hereby notified and renulr-
, ,1 10 pi nl any claims nn 1 di mands
which v,,ti mav li.i\, against Ihi es-
tati of I RON FEB1 OW di
|ati 1 1, ,,i. 1 -, untv. Florida, lo the
I Unt) Judges ol Pad,- County, and
file the s uiie in duplicate and as
provided in Section 733.16, Florida
Statin.- in th 'lr offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Pad.- County, Flo-
rida within --i\ calendar month- from
the time of the first publication here-
of or the same will be barred
Dated at Miami. Plorida. this 10th
dav of March A D. 1971
ANNE M. FEBLOW
As Administratrix
Rlret puWii-atlon of this notice on
ihe 19th dav nf March. 1971.
I BON A EPSTEIN
Attorney for Administratrix
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida MJ}*,.,, 4.,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY <:i\ EN 11
th.- undersigned, deairing lo 1
in business under the fictitious name
of JORIHtN S. MAT!.IN. MO. at
8520 Bird Road, Miami. Florida in-
tends to register said name with the
Cl.-rk of th. Circuit Court ol I'
Countv Florida.
JORPON S. MATI.IN. M.D. P A.
SPARBER, ZEMEI* ROSKIN ft
HEII.BRONNER P A.
Attorneys for applicant
100 N. Itiseaine Blvd.
.Miami, Florida
3 12-19-26, 4'3
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-673
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
NETTIE Bl IOKMAN
Deceased,
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav
rug Clnlms or Demands Against Bi '
Estate;
You are hereby notified and re-
| quired t-, present any claims and oe-
mands which von mav have against
I the estate nf XETTIE BOOKMAN,
deceased late of Pad.. County, Flor-
id:,, in ihe County Judges of Dade
County, and file Ine sain- In dupli-
cate and as nmvlded in Seel nn 788 -
16, Florida Statutes, in their offlci 1
in Ihe Countv Courthouse In Dade
C Uni! Plorida. within six calendar
months from the time of the first
nuhlicRtion hereof, or the same win
be barred, .
pu.d at Miami. Florida, this l,lh
dnj of Fi hruarv, A D. 1971
RPTit r. BCHI iM'ii'.i D
BEVER' Y MILLER
A Co-Executrlces
pirnl nubllcntion of this notice on
ti1(. -,iii ,i-,v of March. 1971.
KPN NET 11 N P.-KANT
Attorn, -v for Ci-Ex'-'Utrle, I
Soite "'. One 1 Incoln Rd. Bldg,
Miami Bench, Fla. ff.M..2,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of HISCAYNB AUTO KEOOVl-m
BUREAU at 720 N.W. '-'7th Avenue.
Miami. Florida intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
"thece-ntpk.on throws..
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under Hie fictitious name
of HOWARDS SUPER LIQ1 Oils at
511-515 Washington Avenue Miami
Beach. Florida Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of ^Ogfc'JGF*-
a Florlila cnniorntlon
Bv Davtd Wilson. Pres.
FROMRERO. FROMBERO ft
ROTH P A.
Attorneys for nnplicant
M-102. 19 W. Flagler Street
Miami. Fla. 1/16 4/-9-16
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of WIEDBR SAMPLE SERVICE at
4X07 East 10 Lane. Hialeah. Honda
intends to register said name wttb
the Clerk of the Circuit Court ot
Dade Countv. Florida.
HEA-TAR, INC.
GERALD SILVBRMAN
Attorney for Hea-Tar. Inc.
210 Roberts Buildhig. Miami. Fla.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of HIRSCH CATERERS INC at 151S
71st Street. Miami Beach. Horlda in-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. norhiaN. hirsch
3/2C 4'2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER
FACTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTTOK IS HEREBY- OTVEN that
the undersigned desirinr to engage in
business under the flrtitious name of
AMBDIO NURSES REGISTRY at
SX30 West Flaeler Street. Miami.
Florida intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. F'orlrt-i
RPBY AW RifRVVPE
Tiittiv t irAtryi.:
m-:A"-""-E COHEN
RONA1D '-. DAVIS
Attornev for
Ame 417 Blscuvne RuMdlmt ivis'
,, vv l-'t'l..r Si'-' Jflf-la...
Miami, norhhv.13130 itf^^"^.9.n
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of CAl.iAIIAX PLAZA, at 2135 N.W.
N. River Drive. Miami. Florida in-
tends to register aald name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida. _
UNITY HALL. INC
Bv: Fi T. STEPHENSON. President
BENNETT O. FELDMAN of
CIRAVOI.O & FELDMAN
Attorneys for UNITY HALL. INC.
R02 Concord Building.
Kfi West F'kigler Street.
Miami. Florida 33130 ^ ,jg =g
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
Bolicits your legcd notices
W appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
Mai 37&4605
for messerqer eerrlce
NOTICE UNI-iFR
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, deslrlne to engace
in business order the fietlilo.is name
of .1 It HARDWARE DISTRIBP-
TORS nt RfiS S W. 5th Street.. 'Miami.
Florida intend to register aa'd name
withe the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade Countv. Florida
JORGE RENE TUMA,
PARTNERSHIP
3/12-19-2H. 4 '2
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OT\ EN that
the undersicned. deslrine to eneave In
business under the fictitious name of
RENE MARKET at T>927 S.W 40th
Street. Miami. Florida intends to
register said name withe the ClerK
of th- Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
RENE SAID
3 '12-19-26. 4/3
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THF CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
ELEVFNTH IIIDIC.IAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIOA IN NO FOR
DAOE COUNTY.
Nn. 71-4**1
suit for nivoRCE
M RVTN SCHWARTZ.
Plaintiff.
Itrr.l WCUWART7..
Defeortant
TO- P'T* SCII"-wtT7
Ttel''-"ce ''"Ii""''"
Y'oll 1f t Rl'IIW"'1''' "'< here-
by pntlfled tl'-'t : BUI of Comnlaint
for D'vnree bus been M ni-nlnet
vou and von are rennlred 'o erve
t r-nnv of imi- A'" or mwll-rie
to Ihe Hi'1 of (Vil.lt on 'he Ploln-
.!'.- -.tloenev "'AIT ICP V MrH.
'(,-. Pl-,v..e P'.l- Mlrnnl. Fl" llltfl
-,.,d file the o-ii-lnal Ansieer r.r Rlead-
Inw In th offle.. nf Clo-I- of ne
f-*i^o.,lt r*....-. '-n a* h'"-" no 93rrl
Hoi- of Anrll It"* Tf vott f-.lt o rlo n.
l..,l.-menl hv rtef-"1t HI h IsWeri
,.-,..-,' *-*t fm h*> e-nf demanded
It. *ne fll'l of C*--n..n*T.t
Thl, /** ,.|,..ll be wiMti*4 ones
o/-v ,.-^i. *- f-- ^^^-,.i.- ret>eks
; -pur TT-u-tt'iT T.ninnv
rvvN-ta VTI 'inni'iirn moml,
T7<^-ifif| th's intb div of *fsvh A.D.
1071
!7 r. Tel-'urinMV r*.-'-
r)p>,)l ,-....-. r.--i- r>........ ""-rida
Hv. -\t ..r'T-T^DTn-rs vrmNT
11........ firk
--i..it c.- on
n-t-TT u-v v ER
,a^ r..~.......... t...i
WUfMl 1*1 .*
Attorney for Plalr-tlff
2 '19-2fi 4 /0-e


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UNDER THE STRICT SUPERVISION OF RABBI TIBOK H. STERN
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FOOD FAIR KOSHER MARKETS ARE PLEDGED TO
GIVE THE BEST QUALITY AT THE LOWEST
PRICES OR YOUR MONEY BACK!
WE SELL U.S. GOV'T INSPECTED CHOICE & PRIME
BEEF CUTS ONLY!
ALL FOOD FAIR KOSHER MARKETS WILL
OPEN SUNDAY APRIL 4th
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Friday, April 2. \\
" KU5HER MARKETS
PR.'CES EFFECTIVE THIrU fKIDAt, APRIL 2nd
YAM! BEACH, 1845 ALTON ROAD
10* & WASHIf.STON AVE.
MIAf/! BEACH, 163rd ST. SHOPPING CENTER
. ftUM:. 2391 CORAL WAY
CPFN SUNDAYS, 9 A.M. to 6 P.M.
lOfti & WASH NGTON AVENUE
4 163rd SHOPPING CENTER
rOR YOUR CONVENIENCE AND SHOPPING
PLEASURE ALL FOOD FAIR KOSHER MEATS &
POULTRY DEPARTMENTS ARE NOW
KOSHER LE PESACH
QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVFD
AT 163rd ST. SHOPPING CENTER & 10th & WASHINGTON AVE., M.B. ONLY ONE STOP SHOPPING FOR YOUR COMPLETE GROCERY
NEEDS FOR PASSOVER FROM SOUP TO NUTS!

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Wth DAY
APRIL
15 th DAY
NISAN
ALL FOOD FAIR KOSHER MEATS AND
POULTRY ARE NOW KOSHER FOR
PASSOVER
The management and employees extend to you and your families
best wishes for
A JOYOUS AND
FESTIVE PESACH
KASHRUTH SUPERVISION
IEV. JACOB I. KATI, Asi't Direcltr REV. WILLIAM SHULMAN
WHOLESALE KOSHER MEAT AND POULTRY WHSE.
Sales Managers: SUNNY and JACK
DEPARTMENT MANAGERS
MORRIS GROGEI MURRV RUBIN $01 SEIGEL HARVEY MEYERS
Supervisor: PHILIP KATZ
2091 Coral Wav. Miami
NOW 4 KOSHER MEAT and POULTRY M ARKETS TO SERVE YOU BETTER
m 1A3-H Sr>Pi Shoooina Center "A Bfr#*l ? Alton RoaH
ifVn Str^t s Washington Avei"*j
MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS YOUR EXTRA BONUS AT FOOD FAIR