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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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English
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

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Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-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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"Jewish Flor idian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 44 Number 16
Miami, Florida Friday. April 16. 1971
Price 23c
Sophisticated Migs Airlifted To Egypt?
9
TEL AVIV iJTAi Accord-
ing to various reports, small
: umbi n of either the mig-23.
known to NATO by the code-
name "flogger," or the M1G-25,
known as "Foxbet," have been
airlifted to Egypt recently by
i ic Soviets. The supersonic jets
are considered the world's most
advanced fighters and are said
to outperform the American F-4
1 hantoms being flown by Israeli
pilots.
The Israelis believe the new
Jets will be integrated into the
massive Sovlel-built air defense
system in Egypt, which includes
SAM-2 and SAM-X missile bat-
Iitii's. But confidence was ex-
pressed that the Israeli military
can meet the threat, since the
decisive factor is not the plane,
but the pilot.
Israi Ii sourc said that can
safely be assumed that the craft
would not be entrusted to Egyp-
tian pilots, and it is reasonably
certain they are being test flown
or used in training programs.
State Department spokesman
Charles Bray was asked to com-
ment on the new Soviet ship-
ments. He replied that the De-
partment "ilocs not take them
lii;htI> and is keeping careful
talis on their effect on the mili-
tary balance of power."
Later another State Depart-
ment source said that the USSR
may have psychological motives
for the new shipments, and that
it would be "imprudent" to dis-
regard them."
Observers abroad saw the in-
troduction of the Soviets' best
planes in Egypt as a political -
rather than a military move.
News Briefs
Immigration \oi Mentioned
LONDON i.JTA" Throughout its 10 days discussions, the 24th Soviet Communist Party Congress which ended
Friday made no reference to the demands of Jews who want to
emigrate, nor *\ :- there anj tl in as to what policy the Krem-
lin leadership inti i I I I illow in the future on the granting of exit
visas In wn it ime observi rs I i u hi sture to the J.
community, two Jews were eleel I I the 81-member Central Aud-
iting Commission, a watchdo group of less prestige than the
Party's Centi i Committee. 1 "n. > Col. Gen. David Dragunsky,
an Army I rtt defender ol Sovh I policy
toward Jews, and Vladimir J. Peller, a collective farm chairman
from the Soviet Jewish Autonomous Republic >l Birobidjan where
only seme 15.000 of Russia's three null.on Jews reside.
1WV 1'rges Clemency
WASHINGTON (JTA) The Jewish War Veterans issued ,i
statement last week appealing to President Nixon to give 'prompt
consideration of a grant of clemency" to Lt. William L. Calley, Jr..
need to life imprisonment for the mass slayings ol Vietnamese
civilians. The statement issued b} JWV National Commander Al-
bert Schlossberg read: 'Lt. Calley must not be used as :i symbol
a convenient diversion to obscure the much greater issues of
Ity and responsibility inherent in the chain of command. Nor
should the members ol the court it Ft. Benning, Ga., be blindly
condemned for having carried out their duty consistent with high
military tradition."
Intimated 20.000 Soviets In I All
LONDON (WNS1 Air Vice Marshal Roderick Jones, in an
kiress delivered at a meeting of the Labor Friends of Israel in
tin' House of Commons, said there are 20,000 Soviet military per-
sonnel in the CAR. aid that Soviet arms aid to Egypt now totals
$4.8 billion. "But," he added, "the Russians do not want a war. only
a reopening of the Sue/ Canal so that their fleet can have easier
access to the Indian Ocean."
A.M 'oeigrexs Opposed
NEW YORK (WNSi The American Jewish Congress has
expressed "grave concern" over President Nixon's proposal to in-
case government aid to private schools. "Such a move would fur-
ther violate the constitutional principle of separation of church and
state and undermine our public school system,'' the AJCongress
warned.
'HadasKah .Weils \t Defense*
NEW YORK (JTA i In B telephone interview with the Jew-
ish Telegraphic Agency, Mrs. Faye Schenk, national president of
Hadassah. referring to teenagers calling themselves "Jewish Youth
for Action" who occupied Hadassah's offices today for about eight
hours and accused the women's Zionist organization of failing to
do enough for Soviet Jews, said she did not question the motive*
of the youngsters but found their tactics outrageous." They are
not an authorized or accredited group and Hadassah is under no
obligation to answer their questions or accept their demands. Ha-
dassah's record on behalf of Soviet Jews does not have to be de-
fended," she said.
By demonstrating their willing-
ness to beef up their military
presence in Egypt, the Russia! B
expect to force the United States
to Increase diplomatic pressure
on Israel, the New York Times
said, and the London Daily Tel-
egraph saw it as a "well-timed
political move."
Other developments which may
affect the balance of power in-
clude the delivery to Jordan of
nearly 100 British Centurion
tanks which was reported by an
Amsterdam newspaper. Previ-
ously loaned to Holland under
the mutual aid defense scheme,
they are now being shipped to
Aqaba. Jordan's only seaport,
Rotterdam and Hamburg
I l United States, it was re-
P" rted. TIh I'.S. Embassy reply
to queries said only that die
tasks "had been returned to
U.S. ownership."
A London newspaper also re-
ported that Britain is secretly
negotiating a S144 million arms
contract with Libya and a new
Anglo-Libyan treaty that would
open the way for later sale of
substantial quantities of weap-
ons. The newspaper said Libya
is refusing to buy Centurion or
Vickers tanks, insisting on the
Sophisticated Chieftains. But Is-
rael would regard the sale of
such mod.tii weaDons to Libya
a serii reinforcement of
- foes, the report said.
Meanwhile. London officially
confirm i- building a 1,700-ton frigati
Libya which will be armed .
12 missiles in addition to its or-
dinary guns. The vessel, which
was ordered by King Idris of
Libya before he was dethroned
18 months ago in a military
c .p. will be capable of operat-
ir..- anywhere in the Mediter-
ranean, and the Israeli Navy
has nothing to match it. The
British Defense Ministry rei
edly is t: it to Libyan
1 rs to take over the warship.
Israeli Experts Map New
Plans For Suez Solution
JERUSALEM Israeli ex-
pelts were reportedly mapping
plans for a limited withdraw a!
of troops from the Sue/ Canal
area this week, in order to open
the way for the now-blocked
waterway's reopening. The
ii s :its ol their labor are expect-
ed I be set to Washington for
' week it the .
api d bj Prernii i 11 Ida M< ir
and her Cabil I I
The United States is said to
have iieen Informed of the basic
principles of the plan during the
Informal talks held b} Mrs. Mcir
and Ambassador Walworth Har-
bour in Tel Aviv last week, but
lias not yet agreed on the form
Of guarantee required.
Sources said the Israeli pro-
posals envisage a limited troop
withdrawal under an elaborate
system of safeguards to prevent
deterioration of the military
balance of power including a
firm commitment to a perma-
nent ceasefire along the canal,
an end to the state of belli
ency and an ironclad guarantee
that Egyptian or Soviet troops
would not cross the waterway.
Israel report, dly w 18 H tiling to
pull lack some 8 kilometers.
A ranking men,tier of Egypt's
political leadership said in a TV
Interview Tuesday that peace
efforts had reached a dead end
and the Middle East was ap-
proaching the moment ol an in -
evltable military confrontation.
"Israel is fooling the world with
i.ils.- press reports about a par-
tial withdrawal, and reallj is de-
termined to maintain its occu-
pation of Arab lands," Dla Eddin
Dawood, a member ol the Arab
Socialist Union's Supreme Ex-
ecutive Committee, charged.
A m ting was be ng held
' week .-
tates to di
e East si lion, th
n Jordai I th< issibil I
foi:. ing ,i union ol their st .
icipating < gypt's Pn --
Anwai Sa I d I ibj s's
micr Mcami tar al Kha I
I idem Hafea \ f S
Prei : ......
but.
Iraq Calls Reports
'Zionist Propaganda"
BEIRUT, Lebanor An I
govi rnmi nl spokesman has b
qw ted bj the Baghdad rad
savii thai I hi are no J< < -
in Iraqi prisons at pn :.
that 16 Ji ws arreste I foi
t> mptii j t > leave the coui tiy
ill- jally had been released on
bail.
The s] okesman critic:.- d n -
t hal a number of I
.'.- > ,.\ been sent
ti and will be executed as
"Zionist propaganda," ai d
that a systematic campaign is
I to discredit Iraq
a iroad with charges cl
tier, of the nation's remaii
Jews,
Sinci Iraq's xecution :
ji ws as spii s In 1969, hov
.' f furl her arrests h Ii
alu a; s ar
ul. And a to a
ma Ii ''
.!'...ish Congri meeting ii
in -
prisa and thi i : I
I to deal
ineni a tion.
A spi i Lai session ol the K
s was called tl".s c >n-
ii I r the | light ol Iraq's r -
ing ." -us. estin ited al
ind 4,000 rsons
who a teportedl
all norm human at d c.\
ts.
Religious Reforms "Too Delicate
To Be Discussed Under Pressure"
TEL AVIV i JTA' As
oi recommendations for religious
reforms was not brought to the
floor for discussion by the La-
bor Party convention as expect-
ed last week. The official iv
given for dropping the subject
from the agenda was that it
was "too intricate a matter to
discuss under pressure" of the
convention timetable.
The Jewish Telegraphic Agen-
cy learned, however, that the
matter was deferred after con-
sultation with Premier Oofcta
."Weir, because it would have of-
fended the National Religious
Party, her major partner in the
coalition government.
The recommendations repre-
ss nti d months of deliberation by
a special "brain trust" set up bv
the Labor Party to look into the
religious problem and the state's
relationship to it. Several draft
resolutions that were to have
i .en considered by the Laixir
convention were produced. One
called for official recognition of
the various trends in Judaism
Orthodox, Conservative and Re-
form; another would have void-
rislation that enfon I
'tnonj ol one t rend In Is
When these recommenda!
v ere s omitted t" Justice ."
.st. r Yaacoi Shimshon Sh
the JTA learned, he v. I
I resentation on the convent
floor, arguing that adoption of
an. otw of the draft resolul
WOUld mean the end of tlv
alition, "Von cannot conduct i
coalition with the Religious Par-
ty based on such resoluti
he reportedly exclaimed.


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Friday, April 16. 1971
9.
Richard Pallot Is Chairman
Of Independence Day Event
Hebrew Teacher Will Be Speaker
The community-wide celebration
.11 Israel'! 33rd anniversary will
be highlighted by tbv Israel Intle-
BICHARO PAUOT
pendence Day dinner in the Grand
Ballroom of the Fontainebleau
Hotel at 7 p.m. Snuday, April 25.
Thi' dinner under the auspices of
the Israel Bond Organization will
i 11 -ceded bj ;i 6:30 p.m. recep-
tion Of stale.
Florida's c, iv. Reubin Askew
will in ad the rosier of distin-
guished community, slate anil na-
tional leaders planning the event,
Serving as honorary chairman.
Richard A. Pallot has been named
chairman of the committee re-
sponsible for the success of the
affair.
Mr. Pallot, president and chiei
executive officer of the Inter Na- j
tlonal Bank of Miami, has a dis-
tinguished record as a community
and philanthropic leader, A leader
in the Qade Count) Chamber of
Commerce Industrial Development
Committee, the American, Florida
and Dade County Hankers and
Bar Associations, and a trustee of,
the Greater Miami 0[>era Guild,'
Mr. Pallot serves as president of
the Tiger Bay Club and is a mem- |
l r of Temple Beth Am.
On this occasion, the Shield of
Israel Award will be presented to
William I.. Pallot by His Excel-
lency Yit/.hak Rabin, Isiael"s Am-
b issador to the United States. Mr.
Pallot. chairman of the Inter Na-
tional Hank, is beiiiK honored for
his leadership in behalf of Israel's
economic development.
U.S. Sen. Henry M. Jackson of
Washington will deliver the prin-
cipal address; sharing the plat-
form with Sen. Jackson will be
Florida's Sen. Edward J. Gurney.
Heading the Inde|H>ndenee Day
celebration committee are James
M. Albert, chairman of the Israel
Bond Organization; Dr. Irving
i Lehrman, chairman of the Hoard
lot Governors, Dr. Leon Kronish.
national vice chairman. Samuel
Fricdland ;ind Leonard Rosen tire
serving as honorary cochairmen; j
1 director is Michael LitvaK.
The celebration committee also
includes the follow:.ig Trustees of
Israel ami chairmen of patrons:
Sidney D. Ansin, Amos Bakst. Jo-
nas .1 Brotman, Dr. Abraham Co-
llide for the teaching of Hebrew
on TV. and is a member ot ">''
educational and idealistic com-
mittee of the KarhanU.
The -' pni. meeting will be held
hen. Jacob C. Cohen. Joseph Cohen.
Lena Cohen. Mrs. Max Cohen, Sam
Cohen. Matvin CVioiht. Monis
Cooper, Nathan Darsky. Isidor
Dei-mar. Harry Frankel. Barnett
Guthartz, Morris Hirsch, Nathan
P. Jacobs, Joseph H. Ranter, Nor-
man Kasser, Benjamin Kaufman,
Solomon Klein, David J. Light.
Meyer Lipson. Nathan Manilow,
Ben Maiden. Baron de Hirsch
Meyer. Benjamin Meyers, Mrs. Al-
exander Muss. Mrs. William Na-
than, Max Orovitz, Larry Paskow,
Harry Pearlman, Lou Poller, Jack
S. Popick. Alex Robinson. Mrs.
Claire Rosen, Herman Shaw, S.
Hayward Wills and Malcolm Wol-
denberg.
A former Hebrew teacher in the
New York Public School system
will be the featured shaker at
Wednesday's meeting of Avna
Chapter, Pioneer Women.
"Jews in Arab Lands" will be -^ Washington Federal
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Dr. Hugh Gilmore .and Miss Al-
lene Whipple, Medical Social
Worker, lx>ih of Jackson Memorial
Hospital, Will offer advice on car-
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dience will be encouraged to ask
questions.
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I April 16. 1971
vJewisii ncridliiain
Page 3-A
[pril 30 Designated As
Israel Independence Day
orida's Gov. Reubin O'D. As-
J lias proclaimed April 30 as
pi Independence Day in Flor-
?
GOV. RlUBtN ASKFN
aa, In tribute to the contribu-
tion the State of Israel, its citizens
knd its advocates around the world
la\e to the universal cause of lib-
erty and independence."
The state's chief executive an-
nounced the designation in view
the fart that the American Zion-
ist Federatton. all Zionist groups
knd others will celebrate the 23rd
Innivenary of the Independence
kf Israel on April 29-30. coinciding
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Israel according to the Hebrew
calendar.
Issued together with the an-
nouncement of the staglhg"ol an
April 29 area-wide celebration of
larael's birthday at the Miami
Beach Auditorium at which Sen.
Birch Bayh (D-Ind.l will speak,
Gov. Askew's proclamation lauded
"the redoubtable bravery, courage
ami independence of the Jewish
!>eople as an example admired by
the people of the world.
"The Jewish people, in addition
to their great qualities of courage
and endurance, have contributed
greatly to th" cultural, scientific
and commercial life and govern-
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zeal and dedication of the Jewish
people (or liberty and independ-
ence reached its zenith with the
establishment of the State of Is-
rael." he said. "The verve and high
spirit of dedication continues in
that land, despite overwhelming
odds."
Secretary of State Richard Stone
of Miami attested to the gover-
nor's official pronouncement, ac-
cording to the text released by the
State of Florida Executive Depart-
ment in Tallahassee.
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Eniaiiu-El USY To
Host Weekend For
Visiting Teenagers
The United Synagogue Youth of
Temple F.manu-F.l will play host
to visiting teenagers of the South-
easl Region at a Sub-Regional
Weekend to be held at Temple
Emanu-Kl on April <'J.>, 24, and 23.
The theme of the weekend is
"Israel Now Tomorrow?" It
will include religious services,
study groups, a movie and rock
concert. On Sunday, they will be
participating in the city-wide Is-
rael Independence Day Celebra-
tion.
Teenagers arriving Friday af-
ternoon will be hosted by the
members of the congregation in
their homes. Dr. Irving I-ehrman,
spiritual leader of the congrega-
tion, Will greet the teenagers ol
the late Friday evening service.
They will participate in an Oneg
Shabbat services, and a gala din-
ner dance on Saturday night. The
weekend will conclude on Sunday
with a luncheon.
Gilbert Kollin, Assistant Rabbi
of Temple Fmanu-Kl, will direct
the activities which will be held
in the temple.
Members of the Temple's Youth
Commission, headed by Dr. Theo-
dore Struhl. will sponsor the fes-
tivities. Heading the steering
committee Of teenagers are: Judy
Cohen, Anna Farkas and Carol
Schaffer.
Mayor To Be Honored
At Histadrut Dinner
A pledge made by Steve Clark,
while he was Mayor of Miami to
help the Jewish people to re-build,
will.ihcgin. its fulfillment Wednes-
day, April 28, when the Israel
K.stadrut Council of South Flor-
ida honors the Mayor of Dade
County with a dinner in the Grand
Ballroom of the Fontainebteau
Hotel.
Proceeds ol the SSO>a-plate event
will go to help launch the Steve
Clark-Histadrut Medical Clinic in
Israel, planned as a part of Is-
rael's Kupat Holim Medical Serv-
ice's facilities In FJeersheba, Israel.
The Kupat Holim, one of the
most important projects of Hista-
drut in Israel, provides health in-
surance anil comprehensive medi-
cal services to more than 8G""< of
the Jews in Israel and "'."< of the
total population. It has built and
is operating more than 1.000 clin-
ics throughout Israel, serving cit-
ies, towns and rural settlements
with the most modern medical fa-
cilities and the best trained medi-
cal i>crsonncl. Its lt> hospitals,
totaling more than 3.700 beds,
1.000 clinics. 44 X-Ray institutes.
250 pharmacies, nearly 200 lab-
oratories and other facilities, make
Kupat Holim one of the finest such
program* in the world.
Committees are now in the proc
ess of being set up to handle th!
more than 7f>o guests expected t1-
attend the dinner: Kllis G'jmtv
will be coordinating the Latir-
Jewish Division and Mayor Clark-
brother, Tom will coordinate th;.'
Business and Industrial groups.
The Mayor's office is workin.
closely with the Israel Histadru'.
Foundation, of which Rabbi I^?o>.
Kronish is national board chair-
man. Tax deductible tickets ar
available by calling the Mayor-
office.
May Day Concert
And Convention
The Greater Miami Branch of
the Democratic Socialist Federa-
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ay, April 16, 1971
Number 16
21 NISAN
A Fitting Conclusion
The Yizkor services provide a fitting conclusion to the
week-long celebration of Passover for Jews throughout the
world for even many otherwise non-observant lews their
respect for the memory of their parents is the one remain-
ing tie to an ancient faith.
Yel, in many ways, the memorial services also serve
to remind us that while Judaism is an old religion its mes-
sage of freedom is as fresh as the latest news bulletins. It
is not only the memory of beloved ones but the memory
of the struggle of great Jewish leaders for social justice,
for the liberation of all peoples, for moral values which
have stood the test of time from the days of the Prophets,
which has preserved and sustained the Jewish people and
enabled them to reach again with hope this Festival of
Freedom.
Issue Not Simply 'Red-Baiting'
Senator William Fulbright is not always completely
wrong when he addresses himself to the problems of the
Middle East. We would agree that over-emphasis by
Israel's supporters on the Soviet threat in that area is not in
the best interests of Israel in the long run, for the Jewish
state's right to exist in peace with secure borders goes be-
yond the clashing ideologies of the big powers and that
right must never become just a side issue.
But the latest buildup of Soviet military manpower and
hardware thai has been revealed to the world in recent
days is not just a matter of "red-baiting"; it is as real as
ever and must be a matter of concern to the United States
as well as to Israel. If, as the chairman of the Foreign Re-
lations Committee so ardently declares, only the commun-
ity of nations can insure the peace of the Middle East, then
the threat of Soviet involvement on one side must be rec-
ognized for the danger that it poses to settlement.
Chairman Fulbright's persistent lumping of Israel with
South Vietnam does little credit to his rationality. It does
reveal, however, the consistent prejudice against the Jew-
ish state which has marred his leadership of the Senate
Committee in recent years.
Enactment Would Show The World
Legislation has been introduced in the U.S. House of
Representatives to permit 30.000 special refugee visas to
be issued to Soviet Jews as "a challenge to the Soviet
Union to permit those Jews who wish to leave to do so."
It is also a challenge to the present American guota for
immigrants from Eastern Europe and a reminder that in
the past special legislation was enacted bv the Congress
to provide for Hungarian, Czechoslovakian and Cuban
refugees.
Soviet policy regarding the free movement of its citi-
zens particularly Jews is not likely to be affected by
the legislation, but its passage would show the world that
this country is still a haven for the oppressed.
School Board Bows At Long Last
The Supreme Court, in a recent decision, re-affirmed
the ben on prayers in the public schools. After defying the
previous ruling of that Court, as well as decisions by the
New Jersey state courts and lower Federal jurisdictions
for more than a year, it is worth noting that the defiant
school board now has announced that the law "will be
followed."
MATTER OF FACT
by JOSEPH ALSOP
WASHINGTON The crime
for which Lt. Calley was found
guilty whs executing 22 de-
fenseless prisoners.
This Ls a crime that sometimes
occurs in all armies, under war's
grim pressures, You can only
bout .i that ii occurs far
l< -- iften in the U.S. Army than
in m si armies.

example, the North Vietnamese
in fact executed rather more
than 3,000 defenseless prisoners
at Hue and in its i n\ irons. The
djffi i scale is striking,
: to Calley's crime.
THUS THERE is a certain
soundness
Inr protei t a st the ver-
on Lt. Calli y. This does i
i the
Comment
I don't know why, but some
idiotic comic routine that went
something like: '"Oh, the agony!
Oh, the ecstasy!" which I once
heard in a forgotten context
came to mind when I picked up
the latest copy of "Look"' maga-
zine which announces on its cov-
er an article about "The Agon-
ized Jew."
The association doesn't in-
clude the name of the comedian,
or even the substance of his rou-
tine, but that hardly matters.
Like the latest report on Amer-
ican Jews in the non-Jewish me-
dia, the quality of the comedy
material makes remembrance
hardly worthwhile.
THIS IS not to deny that
there are problems of large di-
mensions within the Jewish com-
munity; anyone who works pro-
fessionally in the area can give
testimony to that. The result of
a recent Gallup survey of re-
ligious life in America, as pub-
lished in the Miami Herald, does
not neglect the attitudes of rab-
bis and they seem to be pretty
much of a piece.
Because they feel unable to
communicate with their people,
because they see a lack of inter-
est and devotion among eongre-
"ants. or that the synagogue is
"irrelevant," the survey shows
that a substantial number of
rabbis have seriously considered
leaving religious life.
mi of coursi iply to the Ji
lav-nan nid Hi, fact that many
in recent years have discon-
tinui d affiliation with the syn i-
gogue or withdrav
pation in t1!- j ,>..
Ish community is ...
Ik a pi |,v
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. one of
America's most distinguished
rabbis, Solomon B. Freehof,
pointed out: "Any minority
group, especially one under
stress, will at times question the
worthwhileness of its continued
existence. Why fight to persist?
Why endure frequent contempt
and persecution? Let us disap-
pear as a separate group and
find peace."
I MENTION this because in
recent weeks there has been an
increase for Rabbi Narot's book.
"Why I Am A Jew," published
four years ago from troubled
rahbis who wish to share his in-
sights with their congregants.
Rabbi Narot said in his intro-
duction: "In every age and in
every generation Jewish spokes-
man rabbis, scholars and phi-
losophers have repeatedly
looked at their Jewishness in the
light of their own loyalties to It.
This is as it should be. It has
always been necessary for men
and women who cherish reason
and who hold freedom in high
esteem constantly to re-examine
their faith. This is not only typi-
cally true of our own time, but
more than that, the crises th it
face American Judaism and
"wry call for extraordinary
striving in this direction."
what the Look and News-
and othi r an m to
is that there is
" thai Jews and juda
thi \
can sci m, Fou i
;
verdict itself was not neci
and justified. It means ral
that there must also be.
an instinctive public reaTTi
the new talk about An
"u ar criminals "
This n : : i' -
i the rule ol discussi
iii it is still sub Judle
My Lai i iowii
pi

y tried to pul
;i M> 1.
ennti ict
i imon rule of Ami
Is 1
,n exc .- ..' i
C ill< y is in\ iriably I
it is at
stand what My I. ii i
mas: ind this should surelj
im the -
MY LAI, thi n, w
i; My \ ilia i 5 i
in turn, v v. h it thi VI I
and their North Vietri
stera :;.";. i ill a
bat village And as such, -
My Was a major key to
ilie most important en< mj
- in th d part of c i
S luth Vietnam, th< Bat i
-ilia.
Nowadays, these enemy
ireas have 'i n eliminated
everywhere in Vk I
The Batangan Peninsula
had to be abandoned by th
iiiiv a few months after thi
Lai i ragi dy occun e I,
But at that time, the wh
peninsula was an eni mj re
It w is !......d with mines
-. traps. It was crisscross I
Continued on P:ije IS-A

by EDWARD COHEN
impressively" but he was I 1
sanguine, either.
"There are sobering Statistics
that speak of alienation by Jews
from their ethnic and spiritual
sources. While the hour may not
call for panic, it does not call
for complacency, either," he said.
IN THE Gallup survey, an
Illinois rabbi is quoted as say-
ing that "My role seems to be
an exercise in futility I hate
the loneliness." Rabbi Joachim
Prinz. who once headed the
American Jewish Congress, told
"Look" "I'm quite despcr.it>
about American Jewry."
Negativism is accented: it is
rarely that a positive note is
struck. Which is why. (granting
some bias on my part* I find not
only comfort but an antrdoti I
despair in Rabbi Narot's little
book.
"The great worth of 'Why I Am
A Jew-." Rabbi Freehof says,
"is thai it is leuishly ecum> ni-
cal. The author is not a pi
gandlft, although the affirma-
tive answer is a foregone con I-
sion. Bui the reasons for the
answer cover almost the i
range ol Jewish values.
"In a way this little t:>
is a love-song to Judalsn
like Elizabeth Barrett Bi
lOHJ I I he asks. I! M
lo i iu? Lei me count "
- All 'hat :- ttr
Ji wry and Jewish lite is coll"
"in he i and c> nst I
1 ise to a gr ind and hi
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Judge Friedman Chairman
Of 1st Convention Session
Celebration Marks Israel Anniversary
i .... Milton A. Friedman will, Defamation League commissioner.
o; piling session of
at th<
i!i annual stati conv< ntion :
frith L Iges in
H itcl Saturday i ve-
; 1; t! tin i '-i! ij cun-
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banquct.
lumbers n i., a v ice president ol the
B'i ith Supn me Lodge ami
in oi th B'nai B'rith mem-
i ibinet, will address the
s< ssion. Ho will lie introduced
i' rnetl Roth, a national Anti-
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Hillcl Foundation director at the
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Friday, April 16, 1971
18
Max Lerner
Sees It
It Ls more than civil war, which means citizens killing citi-
zens. It is tiatickial war brother kHIing brother. People of the
two wings of Pakistan who thought. 25 years ago. that they
were close enough to each other to join hands and carve their
way out of the new India, now find each other strangers.
The western wing has the army, tanks and big guns and is
using them to kill their former brothers in East Pakistan by
Use thousands, perhaps tens of thousands. So much for the
LigtH of Asia.
& BIT WHY SHOULD ASIA do any better than the rest of
us on the score of man's muderousness to man? It is an almost
perfect case history of anger, hate and fear adding up to a
witches' brew, of runaway emotional ideas coming to possess
t.'icir possessors, of muddled decisions made by muddled if
also ruthless men.
Even before the talks between Sh.-ik Mu.iibut Rahman and
President Yahya Kahn had collapsed. I wrote that the odds were
heavily against the impasse being resolved Not because of
Mujibur. who h is elements of being a Gandhi-figure in hLs non-
\ iolence and whose men, in any case, have few arms.
Mu.iibur. I suspect, would have settled for a workable meas-
ure of autonomy, although he h:id the problem of containing a
runaway nationalist movement. But he had given the military
men the jitters, and he threatened to undercut the anti-Indian
Kashmir obsession, and, even more, he had scared the wits out
of the merchants and industrialists who saw the consumers of
Fast Pakistan as their mass market and didn't want any part
of it to go to trade with India. In short, Mujibur had somehow
touched the master-nerve of the commanding elite of West
Pakistan the nerve of profit and power. So they struck at
him, blindly but also with calculation, and they loosed their
tower on him.
THKY WKKK ASHAMED of whui they did, so they closed
all the censorship curtains, rounded up the correspondents and
kicked tBem out of the country. This, kind of massacre is best
'one in darkness. Oh, doubt U-ss they'll justify it in some fashion,
and they may even come to believe that Pakistan could not have
survived the consequences of autonomy. Perhaps President
Yahya Kahn. who once seemed a non-hysterical man. believes
lie had no other choice.
But the decision to attack will haunt its makers and Pakis-
t.w, and in the end after a multitude of deaths they will
loam that you can repress a movement with artilk-ry. but you
cin't run a country with it if the people's passion for freedom
remains.
It Is iiard to know who was instrument in this dark enact-
ment and who mover. President Yahya Kahn seems to have been
an instrument, and perhaps there were more ruthless men be-
hind People's Party leader Bhutto, too. But when the tidal wave
that hit East Pakistan evoked only ennui among the rulers in
t le western wing, and when it was followed by a tidal wave
election for Mujibur, it threatened Bhutto's whole universe. All
the beads of his blood yearned for power as the coming prime
minister, and power was within his grasp, and suddenly it slipped
away. One may understand the sources of a power group's ac-
t ons. as here, but that makes the actions no less blind and
mindless.
ft *
BKYOND THKSK PERSONAL mothes there was a built-in
chaos factor in the broken-backed so-called Pakistani state.
There is a moral of sorts in it for other and luckier nations. It is
amazing that India, so much more unwieldy, more torn by ten-
sions of language, religion and region, should have been able to
8 irvive them ;uid should still be a national entity.
One answer may be that Indira Gandhi and the Indian gov-
ernlng elite is better attuned to what it must relinquish from
the center to the rim, as well as what to hold on to. Another is
that for all their factionalisms there has been a linkage in the
India power groups over three generations from Gandhi to
his disciples to their sons and daughters, as witness the
present prime minister.
There was once a civil war crisis in America, between North-
ern and Southern brothers, and a fratricidal death-happening.
All the mystic chords of union, as Lincoln tried to hear them,
h ive gone unheard. "Liberty and union, now and forever, one
and indisible." Webster had vowed.
He was right in saying that they must go together. But
Ike freedom, union cannot be taken for granted. It must be con-
stantly rewooed and rewon. And that can be done only by those
who see their society as an organism, easily ripped apart, terribly
h.-.rd to put together again.
Rabbi David Raab pr Prfoz Lodges A Forma! Complaint
Warsaw Memorial
Service Chairman
A special memorial service com-
memorating the 28th anniversary
I of the Wa:sa\\ ghetto uprising will
| be held* Sunday, at ,*:30 pin. in
' Tempi.** st#?''ItaiilWl.*Miami
' Beach. It will also be dedicated to
I the six million martyred Jews who
died in concentration camps dur-
ing the Na/i Holocaust.
Abysch S. Perl, first president
; of the temple and chairman, an-
j nounced that Dr. David Raab will
speak on: "Never B<' Afraid To
Pight.'" and will conduct a special
service prepared for the occasion.
Other participants include Can-
' tor Saul H. Breeh. who will chant
! the "Anl Maamin" <"I Believe" i
and Harry Rosenthal. president,
! who will bring greetings. Mr. Perl
I will also spe ik In Yiddish.
Twelve survivors of the death
I camps will be in the procession
| carrying six black candles for the
six million.
Dr. Benes Invited
To White House
Youth Conference
President Richard M. Nixon has
: named Dr. Bernardo Benes. vice
j president of the Washington Fed-
eral Savings & Loan Association
,>f Miami Beach, and chairman of
the Latin American Advisory Com-
mittee for the United Fund of Dade
County, as a delegate to the 1971
White House Conference on Youth.
The conference, to be held April
1S-22 at F.stes Park. Colorado, will
bring together young people ami
adult leaders from a number of the
nation's institutions to consider
area-- of concern to the youth of the
country md to develop nsrrrian
datlons lot institutional action
over tin' next decade.
Dr. Benes has been asked to
help formulate recommendations
at the Conference In the area of
race and minority group relations
in a move which the President
hopes will significantly contribute
to an "aUi tnce between genera-
tions."
Miami Police Chief Bernard
Garmire. a member of the Con-
ference's adult task force on race
and minority group relations, ha*
been active since August in pre-
paring background papers for use
at the Conference.
NEW YORK D/
Joachim Prinz, past president of
the American Jewish Congress
sent a formal letter of complaint
to Look magazine last week pro-
testing its "distortion" of some of
his statements In the April 20
issue's article. "The Agonized
American Jews."
In his letter, addressed to "The
Editors." the 68-year-old Jewish
leader wrote that he was "deeply
troubled by some of the state-
ments' attributed to him by ten-
is* editor Gerald Astor. who did
not tape-record their three-hout
interview.
Mr. Astor told the JTA th
printed quotations were
mented in the notes he took dur-
ing the interview. "I respect \-
Pi in/ greatly." the Look editor
said, "but when a man Speaks t
great length not all his remarks
can l>c publushed. I don't feel that
I have seriously missed something
that he said." Mr. Astor added
On the specific complaint Dr.
Prinz made that he was not. as
sPegad, "h Ittf graduate of soli-
tary confinement in a Nazi con-
centration camp." Astor said his
notes show that Dr. Prinz left
Ormany after experiencing "soli.
tary confinement in a Nazi jail."
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THE ISRAEL BOND ORGANIZATION
lakes pride in sponsoring (he
STATE OF ISRAEL TWENTY-THIRD ANNIVERSARY
Independence Day Dinner
SUNDAY, APRIL 25 at 7 p.m.
in (he HOTEL FONTAINEBLEAU
al which occasion
Senator Henry M. Jackson
of (he Stale of Washington
will deliver (he principal address
Senator Edward J. Gurney
of Florida
will be a special guest
His Excellency Yitzhak Rabin
Ambassador of Israel to the United States
will confer the Shield of Israel Award upon
William L. Pallot
Civic leader, humanitarian, champion of Israel
Gov. Reubin Askew, Honorary Chairman; Richard A. Pallot, Dinner Chairman; James M. Albert, Greater Miami Israel Bond Chairman;
Dr Irving Lehrman, Chairman of the Board; Dr. Leon Kronish, Naiional Vice-Chairman, Michael Litvak, Director
Further information may be obtained from the Israel Bond Organization: 420 Lincoln Road Mall, Miami Beach, Fla. 531-6731


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'JenisWcricfiar/
Friday, April 16, 1971
Israel Talent Highlighting
Zionist Anniversary Event
Temple Menoroh Honoring Rnbbi On His Anniversary
The Bo; pi,. M norah has voted to honor
its spiritual leader. Rabbi Mayei
Abramowitz, on his 20th anniver-
sary as rabbi of the temple, Robert
L. Siegel, president, announced.
The celebration will be in the
torm of an knniVersar) bai ;,.( ,
ie held at the Fontainebleau H
irl Saturday evening, May [5; ,|v
ui Ire congregation will
patr in the gala affair hlghl
the rabhis spiritual guid ..
the HOO-family congregatioi
The 23rd annual Israel Anhiver- outstanding Israeli entertainers.
ary dinner being hested by the it has been announced.
South Florida Distiiets of the Zi- .__ ,,,.
The festive occasion celebrating
1 the 23rd year of Israel's statehood,
with a 6 p.m. champagne recep-
is open to the public and will start
tion. Dinner will be served at
6:30 p.m.
South Florida ZOA President's
Council chairman Abraham A.
Grunhut has announced the ap-
pointment of Miami Beach civic
leader Sidney Raymond, a national :
vice president of the ZOA, as
chairman of the event, which will
include a minimum of speeches.
Included in the evening's pro-,
gram will be a musical candle-
lighting ceremony, when 23 of
Greater Miami's leading personal-
ities will kindle the lights of the
menorah in honor of Israel's 23nl
anniversary. The ceremony will be
conducted by Rabbi David Shapiro.
a past president of the Southeast
Region of the ZOA.
Highlighting the evening's en-
tertainment will be Israeli singer,
comedian and impressionist Sadok
Savir. Considered one of Israel's
foremost impressionists, Mr. Savir
is widely known as tne man of a
thousand voices," and his imita-
tims range from the operatic so-
prano of Maria Callas to the dis-
tinctive
Harry Belafonte ballad.
It ACM I GUSMAN
onist Organization of America in
the Cotillion Room of the Eden
Roc Hotel Sunday evening will
be highlighted by the talent of
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Now on a world tour, Mr. Savir,
who is in the United States for a
limited number of engagements, is
fluent in 11 languages, mast of
which he utilizes in his imperson-
ations.
Also appearing will bo Rachel
Gusman, an expressive guitarist as
well as a singer, who has arranged
a program of Jewish, Spanish. Is-
raeli, Russian, calypso and Ameri-
can folk songs and ballads.
Dr. living Lohrman. a national
vice president of the ZOA, will
present specially inscribed Kfar
Silver certificates to those who
have contributed a fuU Kfar Sil-
ver Agricultural High School
scholarship to a needy Israeli stu-
dent during the past year. The
school, which is maintained by the
ZOA, is in Ashkelon, Israel.
Reservations for the kosher din-
ner dance may still be made by
calling the ZOA office, 2200 Park
Ave., Miami Beach.
Beth Moshe Games Night
Beth Moshe Congregation, 13630
W. Dixie Hwy., will hold a "Las
Vegas-Freeport Night" Saturday,
April 24, beginning at 8:30 p.m.
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Meet government officials
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Travel and Tour the land V ^\
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Friday. April 16. 1971
PJfewiffi ncrtdfiann
Page 9-R
Temple Beth Am Dinner To ^
Honor Albert B. Levines
Mr. am! Mrs. Albert B. Levine
.! bo the honorees at the annual
mple Both Am-Isracl Dinner of
ite on iK'half of Israel Bonds,
take place Saturday, May 1, at
Kontainehleau Hotel, aeeord-
to Dr. Herbert Baumgard,
ritual leader of the temple who
Ribicoff Quotation
Of Chiles Remarks
Entered In Record
Senator Lawton Chiles, junior
Democratic senator from Florida.
says it is "untenable for the United
Stal to push Israel into a situa-
tion similar to the 1957 Sinai with-
i i 1."
In a foreign policy address at
Orlar fci which was entered into
the Congressional Record by Sen.
Abraham Ribicoff, senior Demo-
cratic senator from Connecticut.
Sen. Chiles added. "Perhaps I
should submit as others who have
leen critically looking at our pres-
ent |x>sition have sumbitted. that
>le call for the withdrawal of the
Soviet forces in Egypt and Sinai
instead."
Sen. Chiles, who made a strong
i.re-Israel plank part of his cam-
paign platform last year, said "I
fee! that it is time that Jews and
non-Jews alike in this nation re-
affirm their commitment to and
support of the Democratic State
of Israel.
"1 think there needs to be more
public demonstration of this sup-
port, and I think there needs to
be more public indication to the
Administration that the people of
the United States feel a deep kin-
ship and fondness for the State of
Israel and recognize in the heroic
fipht for survival by the Israelis
not only a reminder of our own
nations early days, but an inspir-
ation badly needed in the present
era."
TEENAGERS-
YOUNG ADULTS
VISIT
ISRAEL
WITH
NCSY
Seven full weeks in Israel nlus
two touring day* i Puris/NCSY
Israel Summer Seminar. Departure
July 5, 1971 only $1030 Unusual
program with youth from all over
the U.S.A./'National Conference of
Synagogue Youth of the Union of
Orthodox Jewish Congregations of
America. Write for full details.
Isru'-" Summer Seminar, NCSY
UOJCa 84 Fifth Avenue, New York
City 10011.
Please send all details and an
plication form to:
Nome
Address, City Zip
is serving as honorary dinner chair-
man.
Mr. and Mrs. LeviM, aelive lead-
ers in Temple Beth Am since 1956,
when they moved to Miami from
Cincinnati, will be honored for
leadership on behalf of Israel's
economy through the Israel Bond
program. Particularlj interested in
the development of the youth pro-
gram at Temple Beth Am, Mr.
Levine, a member ol the United
States Committee for Sports for
Israel, h.-is also served as chair-
man of the Temple Youth Group.
Mr, and Mr<. Levine. who dedi-
cated the Youth Lounge, are also
active in Technion. In 1%9 the
couple served as chairmen of the
host committee for the Temple
Beth Am-Israel Dinner of State.
Heading the dinner committee
with Dr. Baumgard are Barton S.
Udell, temple president. Jay Kislak
ind David J. Light, honorary
chairmen; Marvin Markowitz.
chairman: Dr. and Mrs. Maxwell
Dauer. chairmen of the Commit-
tee of Hosts; Leonard Luna, chair-
man of Trustees: Mr. and Mrs.
Alan B. Kessler, chairmen of the
reception committee, and honorary
eochairmen Joseph Altschuller, J.
William Bnros, Herman Feldmm
and Bernard Goodman.
When Lon? Island University's
newly-formed Florida Alumni
chapter holds an organizational
and dessert meeting on Sunday
evening, a! the DiLido Hotel, mi
Lincoln Rd.. il will have more than
the usual amount of significant
for DiLido owners Milton and
Miriam Sirkin, who were n em
bers of LIU's first classes, starl
ing in 1927 and '28 respectively.
In addition, the meeting "ill
about a reunion with Prol
Leon Schulman, also of the first
:'ass, who has taught business fi-
nance at LIU's Brook'vn Cen
for 15 years. During World War
II. Prof. Schulman was director of
the National Jewish Wolf Bo
r ir South Florida; Mrs. Sirkin .-
chairman of the group's Army-
Navy Committee.
"When we first thought of form-
inR a Florida chapter last Fall.
we were surprised to find that
nearly 200 LIU reside in the Sun-
shine State." Mrs. Sirkin said
"We hope all will show up for the
meeting, which will begin at 7:30
p.m. and will include election of
officers."'
Affairs of the budding LIU
Alumni Chapter are now being
handled by a committee of three
the Sirkins and Mrs. Natalie Karl-
ton of Miami Beach.
Brandeis President Charles Schottland
Here To Launch 'Brandeis 25' Program
Brandeis University's annual
-living program, "Brandeis 25."
will be launched in the Miami area
5u day when the Friends of Bran-
deis University in South Florida
. for a luncheon meeting at
the Eden Roc H iti I.
Featured speakers will be Bran-
l< is president Charles I. Schott-
land oid Rabbi Leon Kronish of
r iple Beth Sholom. Mr. Schott-
lai d also ill officiate at the an-
nual Sp"'ng InstVl itim of officers
>f th~ Greater Miami Chapter of
the National Women's Committee,
which is plumed in conjunction
with the meeting.
The "Brandeis 25" annual giving
program campaign is being spon- j
sored by friends of Brandeis
throughout the country to ensure
>n annual, unrestricted $10 million
income for the university when
Brandeis observes its 25th anni-
versary in mid-1973.
Planning the luncheon are Trus-
tee Jacob Shapiro, and Fellows
Dr. Stanley Frehling. Samuel
Friedland, Charles Fruchtman.
Paul R. Gordon. Mark L. Harris.
Dr. Bernard H. Kessner, Mrs. Her-
man K. Leeks, Lewis S. Rosensteil,
Herman L Shaw. Jacob Sher, Ben
Tobin. Richard Waxcnbcig and
Leonard Wien.
Also assisting in the planning
are President's Councilors Charles
S. Adler, Philip Coleman, Mrs.
Arthur Jurkowitz, Morris Klein-
CHARUS SCHOTTLAND
man. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Ben
Novack, Lawrence C. Porter. Hon.
Samuel M. Rosenstetn, Mrs. Sid-
ney M. Schwartz and N. John
Serbin.
Mrs. Joseph Steinberg and Mrs
Harold Dorfman represent the
Broward and Greater Miami Chap-
ters of the National Women's
Committee. Mrs. Adler and Mrs
Jurkowitz also represent the
alumni.
THE OFFICERS AND BOARD OF DIRECTORS
DOUGLAS GARDENS
JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED
OF GREATER MIAMI
and
ITS WOMEN'S AUXILIARIES
and
MEN'S CLUB
Qmroraiallu invite you to attend
<3te
SILVER ANNIVERSARY
GALA DINNER DANCE
and
25th ANNUAL MEETING
SATURDAY. APRIL 24. 1971
PLAYBOY PLAZA HOTEL. MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA
COUVERT: $20 Per Person
COCKTAILS: 7:30 P.M.
DINNER: 8:30 P.M.
ENTERTAINMENT
DIETARY LAWS OBSERVED
CtM AM) MAU. RESERVATION CARD TODAY FOR PWKRRfD TABLE SEATING!
RESERVATION CARD
TO: Judge Irving Cypen
Chairman, Silver Anniversary Committee
Jewish Home for the Aged (751-8626)
151 N.E. 52nd Street
Miami, Florida 33137
Please reserve places at $20 per person for Douglas
Gardens Silver Anniversary Dinner-Dance on April 24th.
Name
Phone
{please print)
Beneficiary Agency:
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
United Fund Of Dade County
MESS: Optional
Address
Zip Code
Kindly enclose check made payable to:
JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED
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Friday. April 16. 1971
PI
r
rCenqrioHS 4*3<
ervices
MIAMI
AM A VAT SHALOM CONGREGA
TION. 95 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox
Cantor Aron Ben Aron. ., .. ,,\
AN SHE EMES. 2^i3 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative. Can cor Sol Pskowitz 2
-----
BETH AM (TEMPLE). 6950 N. Ken-
dall Dr S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard, Cantor Micheal
Kvrr. I
sepll Weinsteln, son of .Mr ;iiul HA
JeroMM Wrin>t,'in
BETH TFILAH 936 Euclid Ave. Or
thodox. Raobi '.vsepri E. Rackov-
k, 22
BETH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGREGA-
TION, 84J Mtri-lirfn Avenue. 22-A
BETH DAVIO. 26->6 SW 3rd Ave
Conaervative. Rabbi Sol Landau
Canto, William W. Ltpson. 4 '
Thursday n p.m. in tht- Chapel. Fri-:
Sanctuarj ; 6 p.m. i"
CUBAN HEBKEW CONGREGATION.
1242 Washington Ave Orthodox.
Rabbi Dow Rozencwaig 23
EMANU-EL (TKMPLE). 1701 Wash-
ington Ave. Conaervative. Rabbi Irv
CANDLELIGHTING TIME
21 N1SAN 6:25
5?
M IMM HH Ltii.-.-i..*1-'1''' --'.iiii!
liaMBBMBUP" OX* nQaUi SP*aL fJmm Cft. Vlp*
HArtHu ::nu jiiuiif ** u.*ummmmua
lh"-TTMWja^
r
'Leaven In Our Hearts'
ing Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler
das : :< 111 In Sanctuarj": 6 p.m. In I Thursday 6:30 p.m. Friday ii a.m..
Chapel. Saturday t am. in the Ban- j;jo p.m. Friday 9 am. I:M p.m.
tuar.v. ^ I Saturday a.m. l"::io a.m. Ylskor
All-in.', ial Service. (Juninr t'oiiKrfira-
BETH EL. 500 SW irth Ave. Ortht- | Uon Servkea. Friday and Saturday.
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER
MIAMI. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Naftali Poruah. 39
Thursday 6.30 p.m. Friday H a.m..
6:30 p.m. Saturday V30 a.m. Yizkor
CORAL GABLES
JUOEA (TEMPLE) 5500 Granada
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Morris Kipper 40
Friday 11:1.1 a.m. Passover Memurlal
Serviaes. 8:15 p.m. Pulpit coast:
Itiihlii Kohi-rt P. Frasin. Director of
24 Southeast Council of I'nlon of Amtri-
an Hebrew Congregations.
dox.
___
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Ben Dickson 6 :
Thursday at sunset Frldaj B:4fi a m
Saturday 8:46 a.m. i" a-m Topic: "I
Believe."
BETH TOV (Temple). 6433 SW 8th
St. Conservative Rabbi Simon
April. Cantor Seymour Hinkea t
Thursday 7 a.m Fridns !' a.m. Sat-
urday : a.m. and Ylskor Memorial
service a! 10 a.m.
ISRAEL (Temple) OP GREATER
Miami. 137 NE 19th Street. Reform.
Rabbi Joseph R Narot. 10,
Friday li a.m Topii "The Passovei
Journey: A Quest t ir Freedom B
), m. Sermon: "Th" w rld w Mve
_______
ISRAELITE CENTEH. J175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L
Orazin Cantor Nathan Parnass. 11
Tl ursday 6:S0 n m Ft da] :' a m
non: "Thi !. oi of M ttao and
li m \'.\ cuing sei t li
Batur laj 8:45 a m.; 10:15 n m Si I
rud tlsm In A '' ten rarj
En> Ironmenl it. 1 er
\ Ice.
OP OLOM (Temple) 8/5S SW. 16th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph Glix-
man. 13
. v :;' a m ,
i. .. |, 111 Baturda I m,
a in 6:30 |. n

TIFFRETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. M.ami
Ave. Conaervative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein
U
Friday 0 a m Sernv "The Rterttal
Exodu Saturday morning
Sermon: "Tin- Concluding Better of
those we Dearly Remember"
TIFERETH JACOB (Temple). 951 E.
4th Ave. Conservative 15
Thursday 7 p.m Sermon: "Four Suns."
Friday 1:30 a.m. 8:18 p.m. Saturday
$ am.. 10:30 a in Topic: "Lest We!
Forget
2ION (TEMPLE). 8000 Miller Rd |
Conservative, Rabbi Norman Ft, Sha-
piro. Cantor Richard S. Browdy. 16
Trlday 9 a.m.. i-:*1*1 p.m. Saturday 9
;t m. Yizkor Services.
NORTH MIAMI
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
13600 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
Rabbi Joseph Gorfinkel, Cantor j
Ben Z'nn Kirsc" erhaum. 35]
Friday 9 an, s. \
Remen bei H iturd '
,\i, m irisl s\ I 'They
Bhall N'ol Be F .
i":30 a.m. in Assembly Main
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross. 25
CONG. AN-NElL (Branch of He-
brew Academy). 7th St. and Meri-
dian Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham
Ben-Hill;l. 25-A
JACOB C. I.UHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
Cantor Meyer Engel. 26
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif 27
Thursda) 6 I p.m Friday 8:30 am..
p n: Sa urda | 8:30 a m 6::o
|, in
MENORAH (TEMPLE). 620 75th St
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Nico Feldman 28
Thursda) 6:30 i> m. Friday 9 a m. Ber-
ni.;n "The Fifth Sol 6:31 p m Sal -
, ., in Sermon: "Thi Bn en
x li"; Ylskor Services
NER TAMID (TEM"I..E). 80th St. ano
Tatum Waterway. Conservative.
Rabbi fugene Labovitz Cantor Ed-
ward Klein. 29
Thursda; 6:30 P to P 'Idnj 8 15 a m.
i : ,1 Sea Sinai'."
6:15 ii in Satu ,i ) '' ", S
To Renv mber!"
n r Servlcei
OHEV SHALOM. /C55 Bor.ita Dr.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber-
man. 3c
Tl ursdaj G 1.1 i> m Pi 8:30 a-m.,
- a.m., 10:15
a m Yllkoi, 6 30 p m
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmias. t
Friday 8:30 a m. Shcvlyl Bhel Pesssh-
Bei rices Sermon i llorlfyinjc Qod
Saturdaj 8:30 a.m. Sheminl She!
Pessah Services Sermon: "Th.-
Second Passover." 10:M am. Yizkor
Sert i,
CONGREGAT'ON EfZ CHAIM. 1542-
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi Avrohom
Groner. 32
Thursday 6 SO i>.m. Friday 8:30 a.m.
Sermon: "Can Watered Down Judn-
Isra BurvlVl 8:30 p.m. Saturday
8:30 a in l"::iii a.m. Yizkor. Sermon:
it. mi mberini ti' Living"
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER, 1720 79th Street Cause-
way. North Bay Village. Conserva-
tive Cantor Carl Bender. 32-A
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
S.DATH YESH'JRUN (TEMPLE). 1025
N..E. Miami Gardens Drive. Con-
serva'ivf. Rabbi Milton Schlinskv
Cantor Nathaniel Schub. 33
ZAMORA (TE''PLE) 44 Zamora Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell Bergsr
Cantor Nathan Zolondek. 41
Friday 8:48 a.m.. li p.m. Saturday
8:45 am 10:30 a.m. Ylskor, 6 p.m.
FT. LAUDERDALt
BETH ISRAEL (TEMPLE). 647 fc
Oakland Park Blvd. Rabbi Sheldor
Edwards. Cantor Maurice Neu. 42
Thursday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Asone!"
Friday '"' a m S.-rmi.n: "Hope!" 8:15
p.m. Sermon: "in A New Home!"
Saturday 9 a in Sermon: "A New
Year!"; flakor Service
EMANU-EL. 3245 W. Oakland Park
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Arthur J. Ab-
rams. Cantor. Jerome Klement. 4}
POMPANO BEACH
SKOLOM (TEMPLE) 132 SE 11th Ave
Conservative. FtaDbi Morris A. bkop
Cantor Errest Schreiber 4*
Friday Men's i'luli Sabbath: Satur-
day Ylskor Memorial Service.
SURFSIDE
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION
9293 Harding Ave., Surfside, Towr
Hall Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac D Vine
Thursday 6:15 p in Friday 9 a m 6:15
p in Saturday 9 a m 10:45 m Viz-
kor .Memorial Services; >:lr. p m.
MALLAN0AIE
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER
126 N. E 1st Ave. 4a
Rabbi Roab
H0UYW00D
LE) 13
Samuel Jaffe.
BETH EL (TEMPLE) 1351 S 14 Av
Reform. Rabbi
Friday 10:30 a.m Ylskor
Sen Ice P m Topii
A Retun
mantle Lov<
BETH SHALOM (TEMPLfV. 172t
Monroe ct. Conservative Rabb
Morton Malavsky. Cantor Irving
Gold.
Thursday 7:30 pin Friday
7 30 pin Baturda) 9 am. 10::t0 a.m
Yizkor.
SINAI (TEMPLE). 1201 Johnson St
Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro
Cantor Yehwdah Hellbrsun *>
Thursday 6 pni Friday 8:30 a.m..
s II p.m. Saturday 8:30 am, 10 a.m.
Yizkor Servi.c.
MIR A MAR
ISRAEL (TEMPLE) 6920 S.W. 35th St
Conservative. Rsbbi Elliot J. Wlno-
grad. Cantor Abraham Kostsf. 4*
Thursday 6:30 p.m Friday J a m.. 8:30
p.m. Saturday 9 am.. 10 a.m. Ylskor
Services.
MARGATE
MARGATE JEWISH CENTER. 6101
N.W. 9th St.
By RABBI DAVID RAAB
Temple Bet* Raphael
Each year the Festival of Pass-
over with its message of freedom
reinforces the importance of being
free. However,
before the Fes-
tival is observed,
we are told that
it is necessary
to remove all
leaven or "cho-
metz" from our
midst.
Why is leaven
forbidden? It is
explained in the
reading of the
Torah that when
the children of
Israel were in a hurry to leave
Egypt, they did not have time to
permit the dough lo ferment.
Therefore, they baked "matzohs"
or unleavened bread.
I believe, however, that we are
commanded to remove all leiv.n
because the Hebrew word for
leaven is "chometz" which means
"s ur" or "sournes s."
Removing the leaven or ci
..f In pad from our homes Is n >1
enough, ll is only symbolic. In
ordei to have true freedom, we
must e thi ess" which
is \\ill; M us.
The a fficulty of this i isk Is
rite l by the fad thai what-
ever thi "sourness" touches, that
comes sour. Placi i sweel
i ial next to a sour one, and
the sweel becomes sour
* the other way around.
' a 111 .
Indeed, we have in our society
I>eople who live on "sourness
The longer they are in power the
more fermented and sour they be-
come. These people criticize know-
ing not what! They find fault with
everyone but with themselves.
4e
Mi in- rial
"Love
To Ko-
MIAMI BE I
AGUDATH ISRA
Orthodox. Ra' hi I 17 BETH TORAH Nkl 164th St. at 11th '
------- Ave Conservative. Rabbi Max LWHl't
BETH ISRAEL Irthodox schitz, Cantor Jacob Renzer. 34
Rabbi Ber-1 Wet 18-------*r-
' B'NAI RAPHAEL, 140* NW 183rl St
Baturd J >.m Conservatrte. Rabbi Charles Rohel
Cantor JflCk Lerner. 36
BETH JACOB. 301 rgton Ai ,. > p in V.'.m Ti,v nervices
Or"'
3rthodox. R Bwir. (cr4 sky. Cantor Mau 19 Mamorial Beryfcei; 1:30
-------"------- ,- ,.r:,u..iV ,Service
Question
Box
alid Saturday 1" a.m.)
BETH RAPHAEL (TEMPLE), fa
Jefferson Ave. C"- rvsl vi ftabhi .- .-'. '
David Raab. Cnn rr Ssu< P.re^h 20 SINAI (TEMPLE) of NORTH OADE
Thursdays p.m. Fi S:"l i.m Ser- ts.m N.E. 22nd Avenue. Reform
III i.n: "I- (\.ni|.l. 1. li.-. ,in I'osslBle?" Rabbi Ralph f. Kingsley. Csntor
i: p m. S.iuiulay B:3i i i i Irving Shulkes.
"Rememberinft our Departed." 10:30 Thursday R:18 p.m.'frlday 10:30 a.m.
a.m. Yi/k'.r uemortnl s-1 \ i.
:15 p ii: ''S'in- itfaclions t
Ralibis in the News.'' Kaiunlay U<:lU
BETH SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 414-1
Chase Ave. Lib'-ral R.-,l>bi ^M
Kronish. Cantor David Conviser 21
Thursday 8: IS p.m. Bpecial Multi-
Madia CommeroraUve Sarvlce Frldaj
li>:45 a.m. Yizkor Will Be Re< Ited
Warsaw Qliatto Matnoiistl.
Friday ?.4.'i p.m. Tonic: "llnu Oi> We
By i: \i;i'.i SAMUEL J. FOX
Wliy do pious .lews cover their
head with B Talis during prayer?
Some commentaries explain that
this is done so as to make a man
In every era there is somewhat
oi a generation Rap, but even more
precise, it is, I believe a communi-
cation ?ap. This Rap is present be-
cause of the "sourness." bit' vv-..
and rebelliousness in the "heaTl of
the young people, their desire to
break away from the pas'. It is
also present in the hearts and
minds of the older generation
"establishment" which tries to
hold on to the past.
Over 2.000 years ago, Socrates
remarked: "The children now have
luxury: they have no manners;
they have contempt for authority;
they show disrespect for their eld-
ers .. and they contradict their
parents and tyranni over
their teachers."
if this generation is to > dif-
ferent from all other genei itiort
we must remove the sourness
bitterness from our hearts. A
society is m ide up of individuals
If the individual has bitterness
within him, the society I i e
community will lie infected Tl. .
in turn will affect th'' nati ins ami
th-' world. It there is peace in the
heart of man, there will b, peace
in the world.
Th.- last days of the P -.- >\ i
I-', itival re-emphasi7e the
mce o( and the n -l to
regard ourselves as though we
have been freed. This repetil >n is
ause we do not j pos-
sess complete fre
[n lur daj ind we I I
tli i ili" .1 -ws of Russl i i '
Althou i momica
iitically free, yel ti they
,- ei ; I : is Ji
n ii fi ee when they cannol th
iv they wish, sp < .k as tl
or write rs th ; hi arts an I
direct, and finally, worship as I u
conscience dictati s.
Hut even they, fired by the Pas
over tradition and message of free-
dom, are showing signs of .spiritual
release and deliverance. They are
no longer Jews m silence and no
longer afraid. They have remove I
the "sourness" from their midst
"Let My People Go" was the
slogan of the great Exodus from
Egypt. It is the slogan of the P .s.s
over and it must be the sloga ol
Russian Jewry.
;. in liar. Miizvali: MlchaeT HIBer, fesj humble before God (Bet Jo-
-,, *ir --' M^s. i aurenc. Hitler- ^^ g;J 0thei,s cl;lil11 ,ha( this is
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18151 N.E.
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah F.
Caplsn. S6
Thursdav 7:15 a.m. Choi Ham,.oil
l'1-.sa.li G:.10 p.m. Friday 9 a.ra., 6:30
Bava''Opprrssoii' And Whi.h'."' BaX i li.m. Sarurdny 9 a,m., 10:45 a.m.
10:45 am Bar Mitzvah: .To-I Ylskor, 6:30 p.m.
urday
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eviston
Pro.
>aramm
April 18 Oh. 10. 9:30 a.m. The Jewish Worship Hour
Host: Rabbi MaxwajB Berger, Temple Zamorii
April 18 Ch. 7, 10 am. the StiU BmgU Voioe
Topic: "Jewish Youth" interction,'", Jewish
identity program of Hebrew High School,
a rap session with teenagers under guidance
of Martin Listowsky and Miss Hedy Mar-
tin
Host: Rabbi Sol Schiff
Guests: Herbert Zvi Berger, director of Bureau
of Jewish Education programs; Dr. Louis
Schwartzman, executive director. Bureau
of Jewish Education; Martin Listowsky,
YMHA teenager stti>ervisor, and Miss Hedy
Martin, Hebrew He-:h School instructor
April 18 Hi. 4, 8:30 a.m. -
Topic: "Lawyers In
Host: Rev. Luther ('.
Guests: Attorney Bill

First Estate
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lapn, Rabbi Ralph
Kingsley and FatherJbhn Vereb
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done to fill a person with fear and
reverence before the Almighty,
StilLothers claim that this is done
to h'eljl a person concentrate on his
prayers without being distracted j
from outside influences.
Furthermore, the effect of cov-
ering the head with the Talis
means that one's entire body is
lth the presence of the
nd that the person is
ulfe.1 with the spirit of
br. The fringes of the
Talis are.,representative of the
Commanarrinots of the Almighty.
At every phase of life the Jew
is involvetr with some of the Com-
mandments so that his entire life
is committfcjl to the awareness of
God to wHcJitv man must relate at
all times and under all conditions.
It should be bony in mind that
originally a Jew wore a Talis all
through the day and not only at
prayi r as is our present custom;
thus, all i i of the day are
spent being aware of the presence
of the Divine.
More than 300 persons attended the first Roney Plaza Com-
bined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund campaign
breakfast meeting, Irving Rubin, honorary chairman of the
event, announced. From left to right are Joseph Bernstein,
of Temple Emanu-El, who was guest speaker; William Feitel-
cochairman of the event; Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader
berg, also a cochairman, and Herman Bernard.
Bat-Sheva Rudich of Tel Aviv, hostess for the 1971 Miami-
Israel Oleh Regel, describes unique sights which will be
v s,t,d on this year's June 15 to July 6 tour for tour mem-
bers Mr. and Mrs. Max Weitz. and Michael Litvak. (right)
director of the Israel Bond Organization, who will lead the
cur. The Oleh Regel Tour, sponsored annually by the
KZ f^^l Organization, will be aboard the premiere
flight of El Al's new Boeing 747.


lay, April 16. 1971
+JmrtsD noridlfar)
Page 11-A
letters to the editor
City National Bank Declares a Dividend
KDITOR. Thr .Imvbih Florhlian:
Th'" reconstruction of Jerusalem.
ill,- ( ipital city of the Jewish state,
is now under discussion through-
out tiie world and those who don't
like to see any Jewish activity by
which Israel can improve and se-
cure the position of the Jewish
state are loud in their protests
against the plans to rebuild it.
These protesters are indeed
unit'd on only one point. Their
aim is to hurt Israel in her en-
deavor to settle Jews there. The
combination of this new breed of
crus lers with such diametrically
opposed tenets staggers the imagi-
nation.
B.-hold those who share this
com ion goal the Vatican,
(whose humanitarian sympathy
!>oe.- "Ut for the destruction of the
hardware at the Beirut airport);!
the Soviet Union, with its satel-
lites; the well-paid Arabian poli-1
tii ins in the L'.S. State Depart-
Lmcnt: and of course U Thant of
I the LT.N. with his prejudices, as
well as the Arab countries.
Centuries have passed, and the
I'atican did nothing. Now they
lire worried about the character
;p| Jerusalem. The Arabs neglected
and made a slum of the city and
bestFEQred everything that had to
\\o with Jewishness. The atheistic
riet Union is concerned about
oly places and U Thant is glad
to have an opportunity to kick the
|.ii''.s one*- more.
Ji rusalem, -ince its existence.
Ihas been Jewish and is an integral
part of Jewish spiritual life. Jew-
ish Culture is interwoven with
reminiscences on Jerusalem and a
big part of the prayer book per-
tains to Jerusalem as the highest
aspiration of the Jewish people
in rebuilding it to its old glory.
To separate the Jewish people
from Jerusalem in any fashion
would be to separate the head
from the body. Naturally, all these
protests have to be ignored and
the city of Jerusalem has to go
ahead with its building ot Jewish
quarters to make the capital, in
very sense. Jewish.
A long time aeo, before the
present planning was started. The-
odor Herzl, one of the greatest
personalities In Jewish history, en-
visioned a street in Jerusalem
about which he noted the follow-
ing in his diary under date Jan. 23.
1004, from which I quote verbatim:
"Today I had my audience with
the King of Italy and now 1
tm ep.route to my audience with
the Pope. On the drive through
servative Judaism" in 1969.
There are two additions
that
At its first annual meeting, City
National Bank Corp., publicly-held
Miami bank holding company, de-
clared an Initial dividend of 15
cents per share to be paid April 15
to stockholders of record April 1.
presi lent, Danit l K. Gill as I
Jrer, and Allen T. Abess, Jr..
secretary.
must be made to Mr. Becker's ar-1 Samuel Kriedland. Daniel K Gill,
ticle. The first is that the freedom I Gerald A. Keller. Baron deHirsch
from anti-Semitism that the Cuban | Meyer. Leo Rose, Jr. and James
Jews enjoyed under all the re-1 A- Ryder.
gimes preceding that of Castro,1 The Directors, in turn, elected
and which apparently is being con- : Leonard Abess as chairman of the
tmued. is m contrast to Cuba's | blmrfit Michael J. Franco as pres-
votes at the United Nations on all ; Ment Gerald A. Keller as vice
questions affecting Israel. Cuba; -----
voted against Israel more than any
other Latin American nation. Out
of some 25 major questions, Cuba
voted only four times in favor of
Israel.
Since Cuba has become part of I
the Communist bloc, it has never
even once supported Israel. Mr.
Becker has overlooked the fact
that some 500 of the Jews pres-
ently in Cuba were and are
Communists.
The successors of the former
BundistB, they have been viciously
outspoken at all times against
Israel. Th> y have no desire to
leave their communist haven and
Pythians Plan Annual Affair.
The business portion of the
Directors elected a,,t,tjjc meeting; George Ciershwia Knights of Py-
thias meeting at 7:30 p.m. Mon-
day in the Surfside Community
were Leonard L. Abess, Michael
J. Franco. Allen T. Abess. Jr..
Center, will be devoted to plan-
ning the 14th anniversary affair.
May 29. at the Algiers Hotel. Chan-
cellor Commander Richard Was-
sermen will preside; a social hour
and collation will follow the meet-
ing.
Yovar little girl
is getting married.
At last.
old-new Rome. I got the idea of !hoy havf no dcs,re to Participate
n any facet of Jewish religious
building a street in Jerusalem
which shall be called Diaspora
Road and display the architectural
styles of all the ages and nations
through which we have moved.
Building regulations are to be.
given out for each section of this]
street and sites are to be a Ho ted I
(gratis? i only to people who pledge
themselves to build in the style of
their particular section."
This vision of Her/.l's should be
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of birth from a Jewish mother.
SK.YMOrR B. I.IKK.M \\
A New World or No World
"A New World or No World"
will be the subject of a talk by
retired attorney Albert M. New-
man. Tuesday at the 10 a.m. Forte
Forum. Mr. Newman, a former
incorporaled'into'the'"planning" for I "widen t of Massachusetts, has pub-;
the reconstruction of Jerusalem hsiicd several books on the role of |
which is the center of a proud j America in the quest for peace.
J iM-ople. Besides beautifying the \
| city, it would also bring a unique
display of architectural styles as)
well as a visible expression of the |
2,000-year history of the Jewish I
oeoplc's journeys throughout the,
Eastern and the Western hemi-1
spheres.
This concept visualized by Heratf
should be taken into cons'deration
at tills propitious time, whereby it
can be implemented ind made fea-
sible to make the city of Jerusalem,
as it always was. the symbol of
freedom, justice and peace.
MAURICE COLORING
Miami Beach
EDITOR, The Jewish riori.lian:
It was a pleasure to read the
article "Cuba and the Jews" by
Levy M. Becker in your Passover
issue. I cannot help contrasting
this factual report with that of
the very LeftLsh Rabbi Everett
Gendler which appeared in 'Con-
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lewlsiMhrkBmr.
Friday. April 16. 19"t
P
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William Kuben Honored At
Mercantile Division Dinner
A highlight of the recent Mercantile Division
dinner on behalf of the 1971 Combined Jew-
ish Appeal-Israel Emergancy Fund cam-
paign, launching the group's campaign ef-
fort, was the presentation of the Harold B.
Bosworth Memorial Award to William S.
Ruben, (third from right) president of Jordan
March-Florida. George Mover of Zayre Corp.,
(left) is a cochairman of the Mercantile Divi-
sion; Stanley Feldberg, president of Zayre
Corp.. wcs the quest speaker of the evening.
Next to Mr. Ruben is Robert Macht, execu-
tive vice president of Southeast Bancorpora-
tion, Inc., and vice chaiman of the Board of
First National Bank of Miami. Murray Turet-
sky of Jackson's Byrons, a cochairman of
the Mercantile Division is at right.
An ova flow en nil of m .i<' thai
loom of the Sheraton F
Ambassadors Hot< I last wet k to
In inch the Mi rcantile I >ivisi in"s
Combini .1 >< wish \ v* l Israel
Emei gei cy Fund campaign eforl
Emergency Fund campaign .-ffort
at a dinner hon rii : Wifliam S,
Rubt r., president ol J rdan Marsh-
Flu::la,
Mr. Rubt n was the n cipie I
the 1971 Harold B. Bosworth Mi -
mortal Award, presented annual!;,
to an individual in the Gr it i
Miami community who has .
plificd ;!). principles, beliefs and
humanitarian concepts held t>> Mr.
Bos rth. thus contributing to th
ol the (Me '
i I .' iti n ai d the i it
. Quest spt ar.
i v. as Stanley H. Fi li
iresidt nl of Za. re Corp.
George Mow r and Murray T
retsky, who are serving a-; c
fhairmt n of the Division. re|
i ( f the evt ning I
ibout thn e fourths of Its $700.01
ia I been achW ved. T\
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tallied during th
ci itical sit uation that tsi a
contii ii
m local community mak
h rath thai we not onlj r >a<
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Warsaw Ghetto
Memorial Set
The 28th Anniversary of the
w irsaw Ghetto Memorial will b-
rved on Wednesday at the Id-1
Ai Fisher Junior High School.
Sponsored by thr United War-
- v Ghetto Committee, the 7 p.m
, ram ili feature musical en-
tainmenl with Barnett Bree-
skin, musical direct r and con-
' rti r, and the Greater Mia n
ii Folk Chorus in a selection
>t" Hebrew and Jewish melodies
K ly Sestock will be the pii n i
light of the < will
he -inning of the E' talai-R it Ii
. by Cantor S>'! Bn h of
Temple Beth Raphael
Rabbi So! Landau
-. eaker, the candle light-in -rv-
ice will lie conducted bv N n
Goldstein, and Allen A. Dworkis
, || recite "The Last Oi
I s\ Ont and A Ni iv 0
i d in Vilna."
New President Takes Helm
Brandeis Group of Hadassah will
natal! its new president, Mrs.
Davis Relnwald, at noon. Monday.
Vpril 26, i;i tlie Fontainebleau
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r, April 16. 1971
9>JetHsf' tin riffle*/:
Page 13-A
INDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATION
Sen. Birch Bayh
To Be Featured
i. Birch Bayh', fD-Ind.l one
racl'a foremost champions In
nited States Senate, will be
,-d speaker April 29 at
. ide celebration of Is-
annlversary of ind>'-
b the Amer-
Federation in the Mi-
lum, according
. .i ton G ee i nati n
: -, | nl ol the
init of 1
ti >n.
( i ntinurd i'rom Page l-A
The giant rally, which will also
feature the rlabimah Players, is
use i. nches, bunkers
r h ties. 11 was
i -.ii.' haven for the
' main force units.
| i ROM THIS safe haven, 'h <
n forces threatened,
'i attacked, the pe ic
jes all up and down th it
i he coast Fo I ha! very
, n, the enemy's redoubl had
lint n '< I.
. fforl was made moi e
once by the Americ in d
:ih incomplete success un-
vvi I! after the My Lai ti
-. Each time the effort w is
le, the Americ in and S
tnamese casualties were very
h> In truth, the wholi Bat in-
g nsula was a hornet's
th n the ei I of the
t >. by any means. Under the
> -s !.- rt down in Han il an l
I thfully foil iwed by the Viel
i ng, every single inhabitant
a "combat vtHage" like Song
I is in fact a >eorr.hatant. Lit-
t! children are taught to throw
renades and pull the trip wires
mines .is SOOTl ;\s they .i:'e
pable of learning.
T11K OLD and very young,
ie women and the men, are all
sternly drilled together to play
an active fight in" role. It is
Hanoi's choice that this should
tv so. And when it is so, no
dimmander can ask his men to
..ccrpt beine passively killed, in
>'der to suit Hanoi's cold-
Svooded choice.
A firsthand report on My Lai
cannot be offered here; but long
..go. this reporter spent half a
'.ay in the village of ("am Ne.
lurther to the north of the ap-
proaches to Da Nantr. This was
another "combat village."
Cam Ne's occupation by the
marines had just been celebrated
in an early television documen-
tary made for the Columbia
Broadcasting system. The docu-
mentary made Cam Ne sound
very much like the English vil-
lage of Little Gidding in T. S.
Eliot's "Four Quartets."
BIT TO THE startled Ma-
rines who had taken the place,
the interrogations soon revealed
the stern pattern of "combat
village" organization. "Hie for-
tifications of this supposed Viet-
namese version of "Little Gid-
ding" also included all the fea-
tures above-described.
And besides the normal for-
itions, mines and traps.
there were nearly two miles of
hidden doub'e-trenches. along
Ih river front, where Viet Cong
mpplies were received and
stored!
If criminals are being sought,
e wonders whether it is not
imlnal to make such a place
d like "1 Ittle Gidding." Wa*
fact, i sil-
ly thai !>-;>ve Americans
town the: r th mrv.-
love of kiHiiiK, "' n m N
letually liken ."-- linst bit-
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.! one of the fiur lead-
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cratic presidential nomination, the
Indiana liberal speaking .it a
United Jewish Appeal dinner for
attorneys in New York, said that
pressurizing Israel to withdraw
could "strip that nation of the phys-
ical security it gained at such
enormous cost" without providing
any equivalent in return.
"We must not publicly pressure
Israel to rely on promises that can
be forgotten or ignored at any
time," he declared, adding that
this could lead to a "hardening of
positions and a postponement of
the peace that I am convinced the
Arabs need as badly as Israel."
he awards were presented !o winners
ci the Annual Essay-A.i Contest sponsored
Ly the Bureau of Jewish Education and the
Zionist organisations ol Dade and Broward
Counties last week. Morris Simon (left) rep-
resented the Zionists; David Spender, r3-
' ed first prize in the Senior Division Ait
Cc itest, Nanette J. Goodman won first place
in liie Junior Division Essay Contest, Stew-
ai Newman was I oiace winner in the
S nior Divisi )ntest, and Leonard
Z.ib?!t. president, repiesented the Bureau of
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Friday; April 16. 1971
BOOK REVIEW By Seymour B. Liebman
Books On Communist Attitudes
IT IS FOLLY TO think that Western democratic
nations can exist in the world separate and apart
from communist states. It is, however, greater folly
to believe that our nation, or any
nation, can co-exist with Russia
and its satellites as friends and
equals. The height of folly is to
give credence to Russian promises
or statements of good intentions.
He who would take the viper to
his bosom would soon find the poi-
sonous fangs sunk deep into his
breast.
Robert Conquest in his book, Tin- Nation Killers
'The Macmillnn Co., SB.95), presents a documented
account of the destruction of the nations which lay
within Russia's southern borders. The story of what
Stalin did to the Volga Germur.s, the Kalmyks, and
the Islamic nations of the Crimea and Caucasus
has been a dark secret. The liquidation of these
"nations" ljust as the Jews are a "nation'' within
Russia I was a warning by the U.S.S.R. to all other
non-Russian peoples. The Muslim Turki, the Bud-
dhist Mongols, the Crimean Tartars and Kalmyks
were destroyed or deported. Over a half-million
people died during the deportation: those yet alive
cannot return to their former abodes.
The aim of socialism is to abolish the present
division of mankind into small slates and to merge
them. Stalin amplified Lenin's rule by adding: "It
should be lwrne in mind that in addition to the
rights of nations to self-determination, there is also
Between You and Me: By BORIS SMOLAR
Inside The New York Times
LJOW BOBS OXK RISE in The New York Times from
an editor on Jewish affairs to executive editor, be-
coming the man who runs the world's most powerful news-
paper?
Read "My Life and The Times" by
Turner Catlodge, just published by
Harper & Row and you will find the
answer. You will also get a glimpse of the
attempts of the late publisher of The
New York Times, Arthur Hays Sulzber-
gcr, to keep the newspaper out of the
crossfire between Zionist and non-Zion-
ists and various other Jewish factions.
Mr. Catledge, who held the position of
executive editor until his retirement, relates how he
started on the editorial staff of the Times in 1929 on a
salary of $80 a week. Only a few days after he was hired,
he was assigned to write a story on the Wailing Wall
from the morgues of the newspaper. The story was
needed to supplement news of the outbreak of Arab riots
in Jerusalem during which a group of Jewish worshipers
were killed at the Wailing Wall.
With a Baptist father and a Presbyterian mother the
Mississippi-1 orn Cat ledge had a good Sunday School edu-
cation, and when he began to read the clips from the
morgue, all the Biblical places he had studied in Sunday
School began coming to life. He did not know whether the
editor wanted from '-'00 or 2,000 words on the Wailing
Wall, but he was so fascinated that he wrote a long de-
tailed article which attracted the attention of Adolph
Ochs. the publisher.
Israel newsletter
The next thing he knew he was what he calls "the
unofficial Jewish editor" of the New York Times. Any
news involving Jews was automatically referred to him.
He was later taken off the Jewish beat and assigned to
cover political events and was later transferred to the
Washington staff of the newspaper, covering the House
of Representatives.
Mr. Catledge reveals that Sulzberger was not a re-
ligious man, and although Jewish by birth he did not
want ix-ople to think the Times was a "Jewish news-
paper." When Mr. Catledge became assistant managing
editor, the bullion of the Times was largely Catholic, and
there had been criticism that the news coverage had been
affected by that fact. When he began to put new men in
the bullpen, it happened that his first appointees were
Jewish. He was told by Sulzberger: "Don't go from a
Catholic bullpen to a Jewish bullpen."
Another time Sul/bcrger commented on the high pro-
portion of Jewish by-lines. However, for the most part no
thought was given to the matter, and never was religion
a factor in personnel decisions. In employing staff on the
editorial department, an applicant was judged by bis
professional ability and not by his religion or lack of it.
Mr. Catlodge assures.
In his "My Life and The Times," Catledge takes the
reader behind the scenes of the New York Times on many
"inside" editorial decisions of great importance. Reading
the book will make one understand what makes the New
York Times the excellent newspaper it is
By CARL ALPERT
Young Arab's Soliloquy
EKOM RECENT STl'DIES, articles and interviews with
Israeli Arabs, I consolidate the observations of a young
Israeli Arab intellectual as he musingly surveys the pres-
ent scene. .
"The confrontation between Israel and
I Egypt has become tense, but most peo-
ple don't seem to realize that the most
exposed and the most frustrated victims
of all are the Arabs of Israel.
"The Israeli Jews know exactly where
they stand. They have no conflict of loy-
alties. On the other side, the leaders of
I the Fatah have made no secret of their
goal. It is only we who must be silent.
We can not, dare not. express a loyalty which will bring
down on us the wrath of either side. And so we mast !'
more neutral than the neutrals.
"Of course we want peace. We want security and
such conditions as will permit us to lead quiet, fruitful
lives. The Israelis tell us such conditions are assured un-
der them; our brethren across the lines tell us that ful-
fillment of our lives as Arabs can come only under an
Arab government. Is it any wonder that some of us yield
to the patriotic appeal of the Fatah?
"Indeed, the wonder Is that so few have yielded. Don't
forget there are almost 400,000 Arabs in Israel not to
speak of the million more in the occupied territories. But
why do Israelis insist on remembering the few who be-
come terrorists? You can't generalize at one extreme any
more than you can generalize on the basis of an Arab who
volunteers his services to lecture for the UJA in America.
Isn't it natural for us to feel a close sense of kinship
with the millions of Arabs in the neighboring states
who speak the same language as we, have the same folk
customs, follow the same r?ligion, and are indeed blood
brothers of the same families?
"Yet with very few exceptions we have not made
common cause with our brethren. Out of fear of the con-
sequences? From conviction that Israel would win any-
how? Whatever the reasons you may be sure that our
situation Is not an enviable one. It is not easy to be a
minority. Jews should know that.
"You tell us that we have greater freedom in Israel
than is permitted in most Arab states. Wo have the vote.
We have civil freedom. We have the right to express con-
trary political views and the right to organize politically.
We have representation in the Knesset, democratically
ted 0} Arab voters. But are you aware of the deep
sense of futility and frustration from which we suffer?
Whin a bomb goes off somewhere Jews look at us
with suspicion, and you know there an- Jewish ruffians
who are not above 'laking it out" on the first Arab they
meet. Many of us are getting a university education, yes,
but not all jol>s are open to us. They tell us there are
critical' or delicate' posts in which Arabs can not be
(rusted. Perhaps this is justified by the state of war, but
how do you think it makes us feel? Can we be blamed for
thinking, sometimes, that under an Arab government all
this would be different?
"Mind you. we resent the established Arab leadership
in Israel, as well. They represent a generation which has
gone, but they still din* to power. The Jews deal with
these heads of clans and these political bosses, with the
result that the young Arab intellectuals, seeking self-
expression, are behig driven into the arms of the
extremists.
the right of the working cbiss to consolidate its
power, and the right of self-determination is sub-
ordinate to the latter power."
Although Conquest's book has no mention of
Russia's Jews, Anti-Semitism Without Jews, by
Paul Lendvai < Doublcday & Co., $7.951 deals ex-
clusively with Jews behind the Iron Curtain. Lenu-
vai's book is most timely because of the world-wad.'
agitation by Jewry to secure i>crmission for Soviet
lews to emigrate from the hell-hole of religious in-
tolerance and dictatorship. The two books under re-
view complement each other.
"Anti-Semitism Without Jews" tracts the devel-
opment of Slavic antipathy, an almost endemic hos-
tility approaching genetic heredity, to Jews which
the communist nations < except the Czechs) have al-
ways demonstrated. The development is now at the
st ige which Lendvai calls the attack on the "corpor-
ate Zionist." He contends that Poland's transition
from covert unofficial prejudice to institutionalized
political anti-Semitism is a product of certain his-
torical, national and political ex|>criences placed
against a specifically Polish background.
"Political anti-Semitism, transparently dis-
guised as 'anti-Zionism' has acquired a fresh and
disturbing dimension in other eastern countries as
well," he says Venomous attacks on Jewish his-
tory. Jewish religion anil th^ Jewish people are
shitted and changed by the Kremlin as political ex-
pediency dictates.
A Kremlinologist defines political anti-Semi-
tism as "the attempt to establish the corporate lew
as a general and public menace, the implication be-
ing that some official public remedy is called for."
The Jewish question under Communism has never
existed in a void. Anti-Semitism Without Jews
should be read and studied by Jew and Christian
Instead of harangues for justice to the Jews and
their right to emigrate from behind the Iron Curtain
based on emotional grounds, we can acquire an in-
tellectual basis which will be recognized as valid by
peoples of all faiths.
As We Were Saying; By ROBERT E. SEGAL
Forward from Brussels
A GREAT STATESMAN and an institution t it
blew its cool succeeded in unifying the historic
Brussels Conference on Soviet Jewry. The institu-
tion was the Kremlin's slaphappy
propaganda machine. The stati b-
man was David Ben-Gurion. 84.
Preparations for the Conference,
bringing together determined Jews
from 38 nations on rather short
notice, threw the Russian masters
of propaganda into such a tizzy
that they put the Conference on
the news map. And when Ben-
Gurion. who had been battling respiratory illness,
rose from his sickbed to come marching in to the
Palais cii s Congres, appeared to give benediction to
the three days of intensive soul searching, the world
Jewish community experienced a healing moment
of reunion.
Pravda's attack on the Conference and the win
lulling by Moscow's publicity chesi players were
almost comic. First, Russia accused the Jews ol
profaning Rod Army Day (Feb. 23) by plann
opposition rally on a day the Red Army regards its
exclusive property. Actually, the conferees did not
have their axe out against the Russian system of
doing business and conducting life. Rather people
1 come together to gain for Russian Jews tlv
simple ught to pack up and move to Israel. Nobodj
was Interested In saying anything nasty about Oil
lb i Army.
Rebuffed at that turn, the Russians then jumped
on the Belgium authorities for allowing "the Zion-
ists of the world" to assemble on Belgium soil. The
fact that Brussels symbolized NATO added to what
the Soviets regarded as an affront. One version of
the Belgium rejoinder to this kind of complaint was:
"Belgium has always offered refuge to those who
feel they are members of an oppressed minority.
After all Brussels has given haven to Karl Marx
and Friedrich Engels; so why should Moscow com-
plain about hospitality extended to the world's
Jews?" But the frightened Russians refused to de-
sist especially when the Conference, in closing
dispatehwl a delegation to Geneva, where the United
Nations Human Rights Commission was in session.
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LEGAL NOTKS
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,OE BV PUBLICATION
E CIRCUIT COURT OF
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL___
It OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
I DADE COUNTY.
CHANCERY. NO. 71-5559
,CSUIT FOR DIVORCE
K.NEH.
|H f.
IK YV. TURNER.
EftSija W. tukxkh
i EsiulU- Keith
Camp Street
I ..i.villt Kentucky
^ivolUJK W. TURNER an-
ted thai a Hill of Com-
,r Divorce has been flh-d
voU "" i'"u "rM required
i rap] of your Answer or
' ... ihe Kill of Complaint on
Attorney. coijiman.
. ,\ & PACZIBK. A. E.
if E3U 2401 W. Flnglor
Miami, Florida M1*8 Tele:
,,,! rile the original Answer
the office ol the clerk
,[ curt "" or before the
,( \i.ril. LtTi. if you fall to
,.i b) default will be
for the rellel de-
,. Hill of Complaint.
,,!,.. Khali l>e iiubllahed once
i,.- four consecutive weeks
i:w isii fi.oridian. ..,
,N|, ORDERED at Miami.
lnls 23rd ilay of March. AD.
LEGAL NOTKE
i
lldgnit
> illisl
I.EATHHRMAN. Clerk.
fowl Undo County. Florida
H> it .\l KISSEE
Deputy Clerk
'ourl
|-.zii:i:. ESQ.
IAN, if ILDSTEIN &
I ':
Flagler Street
.rida ::"'"
'"' r,:"",ifr 3/M4/M-16
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICK IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiiinR to engage
in bustneea under the fu tltiou* name
of NATIONAL 829CUR1TY ALAILM
SYSTEMS at P.O. Hox 81, Uleta
Branch, Miami, Fla. Intends to regist-
er said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dad*' County. Florida.
MARK-STEVEN
INTERNATIONAL, INC..
:i Florida corporation
lly: Steven H. Shuntzis
3/26 4/2-9-16
NOTICEOF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
CHAPTER 20722
ACTS OF 1941
File No. 70 A 2049
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
Nathaniel IV. Biegjel, holder of Coun-
ty Tax Bale Certificates numbered
ISO mid 791 s issued the first day of
June A.D. 1!".". has filed name 111
my office, anil has made application
for a lax deed to be issued thereon.
Said certificates embrace the follow-
ing described property. In the County
of I>ade. State ol Florida, to wit:
lt 21 Block Orchard VUla Ex.,
Flat Hook 17 Pane 56, Section 14.
Township U South. Range 41 East.
In Uie County of Dade, State of Flo-
rida, as embraced In Certificate No.
Sir,. The mmwimill of said projterty
under the said certificate issued was
in the name of Julia Sweeney c/o
John F. Allison
This de-d will be issued subject to
all other outstanding; delinquent City
Miami taxes and Helta and 1970
LEGAL NOTKE
of
NOTICE OF ACTION
Le CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA
;.ND FOR DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION
Case No. 71-5562
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
. I > ZAMt >RA,
L'RET M. ZAMORA.
VRBT M. ZAMORA
, 2"Hl Street
. v, New Jersey
Imai: CARET M ZAMORA. are
notified thai a Bill of Com-
: vorce has heen riiea
v,.u and mu ar,- required to
your Answer or Plead-
Hi..' Hill of Complaint on the
,:: attorney. STONE, &
ri'lV 1497 N W. 7th St.. Miami.
-. and file the original
or Pleading in the office or
I, of the Circuit Court on or
I 30th day of April. 1171. II
,1 to do so. judgment by de-
n i. mk.n against yu tor
. r d< manded in the Hill of
notice shall be published once
for four consecutive Weeks
J T' .IF.WISH ri ORID1AN.
fT>o- B AND ORDERED at Mis
one. this 2Srd day
County tuxes and 1970 City of Miami
taxes and liens
I Ails S & 9 Block I. O. W Moodys
Subdivision, Flat Hook I Page 106.
in the County ol Dade, Sine of Ho-
rida, as embraced In Certificate No.
7918 The assessment ol said pro-
perty under the --;ii>I certificate issued
was in the name of Leon Milliard &
: w Gladys .
This deed will be Issued suhj'-et to
' i!i7i Countv Hens
i Unless said certificates shall he re-
deemed according t" law. the pro-
perty described herein will he s..ii
t., the highest bidder lor cash at the
Court Mouse door on Lhi tlrsl Monday
In the month ol May. A 1> 1171,
Whll h is the 3rd day Ol M I) A I'
1971
Dated thl Wth ilay ol March. A.D
1"71
E I! I.EATHEKMAN
Cl,rk Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida
By: P f an D8TRAND
Deputy Clerk
Circuit CotUl Seal (
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTV.
IN CHANCERY, NO. 71-5724
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
JOHN P. SHALCH1CK,
Plaintiff.
vs.
ZADIE MAE SHAIX-'HICK.
Defendant.
TO: ZADIE MAE &A1ALCHICK,
a/k/a ZADIE MAK CIjVIT
3758 AA est 10th Avenue, Apt. 6-J
Manhattan, New Vork
You. ZADIE MAK SHAl.CHICK, are
hereby notified that a Hill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
I against you, and you are required
to serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Hill of Complaint on
the Plaintiff's attorney, KNOF.I. &
HAIJ'KRN. MOii N.W. loth Ave, Suite
17-Q, Miami. Florida and file the
original Answer or Pleading in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the "th day of
May. 1971. If you fail to do so. tudg-
ment by default Will be taken against
you for the relief demanded In the
Hill of Complaint.
This notice shall he published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THK JF.WISM KI-omiMAN.
DONE AN1> OKDKHKD at Miami.
Florida, this 35th day of March A.D
1971.
F. H I.F.ATHF.RMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court. Made County. Florida
By: C I. ALEXANDER
I>eiutv Clerk
^Circuit Court SeaD
i:m;i-.I. HAU*ERN
14"0 N.W. lllh Ave 17-C
Miami. Florida 33136
4'2-9-16-23
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEKEHY GIVE that
the undersigned, dealrinir to engage
in business under the iicutious name
of CMECKWUITEl: SALES It BERV-
1CE Ct). at lood North Miami Ave-
nue, ,\n..n.i. Florida intends to regis-
ter said name with the Clerk cf the
LEGAL NOTKE
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
hurt TAX DEED
CHAPTER 20722
ACTS OF 1841
File No. 70 A 1967
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
Naihaniel \v. Sicgoi, holder ol Coun-
ty Tax Sale Certificates numbered
21111. oTI7 j775i __., 3J78, J736. 43(1.
Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida. I 4SBS, 4588, "-Ti, aod fiOSZ, Issued the
lAJl'IS P. (iUANEK 31st day of May, A.I". 196S, kas tiled
4/9-16-33-30
same In my office, and has made.
application for a tsa deed to be issue
thereon. Bald certificates embrace th
follow lug ..described property. In th
Countj of Bade, State of Florida, t
w ii;
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICK IS METtlfiin OIVEN that
th** undersigned, desiring to engage
in business uiuier the fictitious name
ol MODERN MARINER at 1071 N.E. VV 132 II ol N'. ol BWW Ol NEW ol
IBfnd Street, North Miami Beach |SW, l.e.-s s LGU n Ar Less E 27 ft of
Florida intends to register said name N lu'i ft & I.ess N .;:, ft. SecUoti 29,
with the Clerk ol the Circuit Court ol Towuship 52 South, Range \ Bast,
Daile County. Florida.
.1 P, J. INDUSTRIES, INC
By: Joseph SchmlerSecretary
Ji >SEPH BCHMIEH
Attorney for
J.P.J. INDUSTRIES, INC
I 2-9-16-23
at March A.D
t r. l.EATHBRTjIAN. CleHt,
, ill Court, Dade County, Florida
" By; C P COPBI AND
I lenutv Clerk
(Oil t four' S,a!'
8*. : fc SOKTt'HTN
14f7 Vt :' Street
M riorid 33125
P M!
Asti ^s for Plaintiff

1/26 4'2-9-16
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTV. IN CHANCERY
No. 71-5422
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
JOANNE DEITCH D'ANDREA.
Flaintiff.
LOUIS PHILLIP D'ANDREA,
Defendant
TO LoulsPhllllp D'ANDREJA
Ri aldence Unknown
You, E hereby notified thai a Hill Ol > Jm-
plaini tot Divorce has been lUafl
against you. and you are required to
serve copj ol your Answer "i Pie.pt-
Ing to the Hill of Complaint on the
Flaintiff- attorney. wALTOT B.
MACKori. ESQ. 1219 City National _
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO. 71-6079
NOTICE OF ACTION
FOR DIVORCE
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
QER \l.l> MINASSIAN,
Plaintiff,
MARGARET A MINASSIAN.
I lefendant,
TO: MARUARET A MINASSIAN
.",7 West Linden Avenue
Dumont, New Jersey
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Divorce has been
filed against you and you
quired to serve a copy ol your writ-
ten defenses, if any, to it on OOR-
DON W. TAYIOK. attorney for Plain-
tiff, whose address is 1500 NE I28rd
Street. North Miami. Florida, and
file the original with the clerk ol the
above styled Court on or before May
7. 1971: otherwise a default will be
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREUY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring lo engage in
business under the fictitious name 01
I.VX.MAU ENTERPRISES at is N.W
nth Btreet, Miami, Florida intend to
register said name with the Clerk ol
the Circuit Court ot Dade County,
Florida,
DAVID COHEN
MARTIN A. W KINER
MIRIAM BECKERMAN
Attorney fur appllcai is
1X95 8.W. 3rd Avenue
Miami. Florida
A, 2-9- I : -2::
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undersign.il. desiring to engage
iii business under the fictitious name
ol MARTIN A MARTIN FURNITURE
at 2227--'.i Coral Way, Miami. Flor-
ida Intends to register xald name with
the Clerk ol the Circuit Court ol Dade
(lounty, Florida
ARMBN FURNITURE, INC
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 71-4841
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO FORECLOSE MORTGAGE
are re-' BDYTHE It. M FREGQER,
Plaintiff.
vs.
MARIA MKI.i I Nt IA, et al
I. i', iidaiits
TO: MARIA MEI.O NOA.
Not known to be dead or allvi
if dead, the unknown snouse, heirs,
devisees, grantees, assignees, Hi
creditors, trustees, or others daini-
.oniaining U.41 acres more or less, in
County of Dad,-, state of Florida,
embraced In ertlflcate No, 8110.
The ass< men! said property und-
er the said certificate issued was in
the name of Alfred C. BeVtUUft,
'Tills deed "ill Im i-su.-.I subject to
ail other outstanding delinquent City
of North Miami taxes and liens and
l7 City of North Miami taxes and
Begin 120 it N of NW Cor ol Lot 13
Klk it Fla Cltl Basl 156 II N U' ft
W ISO It B WO ft lo Point of Begin-
nine. s> lion 24, Township 57 South,
Range 38 Bast, containing .84 acres
more or h>s. in th< County ol I hide.
stale of Florida, ai embraced m Cer-
tificate No 2717 The assessment of
prnpfcru under the said certifi-
cate issued was 111 the name ol
M;t rion Brew ler,
This deed will l" Issued subject to
all other outstanding delinquent City
Florida and liens and
lii7n i My ol Florida city taxi i at I
\ ion ii of u 50 ft ol Lot 18 Block
2. Mae Arthur Hom< sites, Plat Book
4: Page 99, Section 21. Townshlo "
South, Kange 'M East, rn th. Coun-
ty of Dade, State Florida, as m-
i.....,i in Certificate No. 277", iti
I assessment of snld property under
i ihi nti issued u .is in the
1 name of Thomas Zelgler *i w w lllie S
,i. .! s Iii Issued subject to
all other ituti landh u delinqui '
Florida Cltj taxes and liens ai t
11,70 Coui and 1970 City of
Florida City IBXI i and liens
I/,i 4 Block :. Enchanted Lake Sei -'
Plai Book C2 Pag< s7, in the County
of Dade, state .a Florida, as em-
l....,I in Certificate No 8965, The
assessmi nl i ( said property under the
-.ii.| 'Mil,-ate Issued was in the
name ; Kalntre. I ake EsU li
r ,i in he Issued subject to
1070 County taxes and liens.
S :,n ft of W 160 II ol N 24;
'j ft of
I OCI
entered against you for the relief de- erediiors. trustees, or otners manded in the comolahil or petition Ina by, 'hrough. under or against, ann <}rov, py,lt i;,i( i page 2. Sectloi
This notice shall be published once all parties having or claiming to have Townlm|p ;,j South, Kange 41 East,
each week for lour consecutive weeks anv right, title ov mteresl to tn ,,,ai,,,MiK -.m, ai-res more or less, in
In"THE JEWISH FLORTDIAN. property described Itt the complalnl
WITNESS my hand and the seal Residence unknown .,--,,.,,..>
urt at Miami. Florida, on I YOU ARE HERITOR NOT1
of said
Ibis ;imh dav of March, 1971.
B H I.KATHBRMAV
As Cteetcol the Circuit Court
Pad-* Countv. Florida
By: C, P copK,i.ANi>
A r>-e..... c|erk
GORDON W TAYI/1R
Attorpev for Iiointiff
I'.nn NE I28rd S'reet
Vorth Vhimi. Florida
Phone: 750-4341
4 2-9-K-8S
Hank Building, Miami. Florida
file the original Answer or Pll
in the offli..... the Clerk ol the Ur-
|TH '"I NTY JUDOEB' COURT
l.-Kf FOll DADE C"'NTX!,FV&
U NO Jl-1176 NOTICE TO
miTOHS IN HE. Estate of
ri'in; i! I ewis. Deceased.
re required within calendar
Iths from the first publication of
luence lo file hi the above Court,
iiunt under oath, and In duph-
. n> claim or demand which you
or* claim to have against the
h ef ARTHUR H, LEWIS, de-
ed, otherwise same will be barred.
I.MA E LEWIS. Administratrix
;i/2 4'2-9-lfi
89th day
0 do so,
be taken
weeks
M ami,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
lOTICE IS HEREBY C.1VEN that
1 undei signed, desiring to engage
business under the fictitious name
jlILTON ASSOCIATES at 18781 W
Highway, North Miami. Florida
lids to register said name with the
|rk Ol the Circuit Court of Pade
anty. Florida.
MILTON STEIN'
BRBOER
>rney for Applicant
N I" 19th Avenuo
Miami Beach, Fla.
3/26 4/2-9-18
, lilt i 'oil! I on or before thi-
ef Apt II. 1971. If you fail
judgment by default will
against you for the rellel demanded
In the Fill of Complaint .
This notice shall 1- published om-e
each week for four eonsecutlv*
In THE JEWISH Fl OR1DIAN
DONE AND ORDERED nl
Florida, thll 22nd day of March A.l>.
,OTl' R I-EATIIEI!M A N. Clerk
Circuit c.uri. Dade County. Morida
By: R M KT8S7SK
Deputy clerk
(Circuit Couri Seali
WAITER E MACKOI-1,. ESQ.
1219 Cltv National Hank Budding
Miami. Florida 83130
Attorney for Plaintiff
filed
the
the
3'M 4'2-9-1-
1
,
e

):
ti I r
NOTICE OF ACTION
IE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
1VENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
J)F FLORIDA IN AND FOR
IDE COUNTV. CVIL ACTION
No. 71-6500
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
IN MIl.l.O
ntiff.
Vs
tCK >N MILL'',
indant
ISI'NCION miLIjO
North Union Avenue
i mr,
s Angeles. California 9O020
ASUNCION MILI.O. are here-
lllled that a Hill of romnlalnt
voroe has been filed against
Sd you are required to serve a
our Answer or Pleading to
f Complaint on the Plain-
attorney. MARVIN R08S
D4AN n7::7 B.W. "-th Street.
|H, Miami, Flnriila 331.14 and
I original Answer or Pleading I'n
|is ol the Clerk of the Circuit
or before the 12th day of
971 If you fail to do so. ludg-
default will be taken against
the relief demanded in the
omnlaint.
notice shall be published once
rU for four consecutive weeks
JEWISH F'OUIIHAN.
AND ORDERED at Miami,
this 6th day of April A.D.
I EATHERMAN Clerk.
Court. Dade Cnnntv. Florida
By: C P, (flPKUSD
Inoutv Clerk
IConrt S.,11
l A V A NT> IJPCON
W^M- ",n Street. Suite 109
Fin 33184
fti lor Plaintiff
4/9-16-23-30
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 TOLA.
?OUnroAN ANTONIO POLA. Ooi-
eiirln 11 Santos Suarez. Havnnn.
Opba-. ARH-HEREIVV NO^FTBD to
file your written defense to this di-
vorce with the Court's Clerk and serve
copy upon Plaintiffs Attorneys
VON 7.AMKT A SMITH 15 2 Capital
Biink Building. Miami. Fl<>rl before the 30th day of April 1971,
else the Complaint will be taken as
confessed.
r,ETiTV,E,vTr.E.!v.\N. Cf ERK
BY: C. P COFE1.AND
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal) j .., 4/2.9.,R
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTV,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-1124
(DOWLING)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
JACOH KAPLAN
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You arc hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de
mands which you may have against
the estate of JACOB KAPLAN de-
ceased late of Dade County. Florida!
to the Countv Judges of Hade Coun-
tv and file the same In duplicate
anil as provid.il in Section 733.IK. Flor-
ida Statutes, in their offices in the
County Courthouse In Dnde Countv k
Florida, within six calendnr monthf-*
from the time of the first publlcatMl
hereof, or the same will be barred
1 la ted at Miami. Florida, this ISth
day of March. AD. 1971.
'S'Milton S. Kayo
MILTOX S. KATE
'S'Arnold J. Kanla'n
ARNOLD I KAPLAN'
As Executors
First publication of this notice op
the 2nd day of Anril. 1971.
MYERS. KMM \N PORTER.
LEV IN SON KEN IN
Attornevs for Executors
MMw. is' str.et. Buunlt/tm%AMt
i that a complaint has beer
: you by the plalntltl I
above-styled curt and can
purpose of foreclosing 'he mortgage
on the follow in. lc-cHhorl real oroo-
ertjr, situate and being in Pade Coun-
tv.' Florida:
l.ot 5 in Block 1 ot OVOCADO
HEIGHTS, according to the pi"
thereof recorded in Plat Hook
47 at Page 87 ol the Public Rec-
ords of Dade County. Florida
You are hereby required to serve
a copy of your answer or Other plead-
ing lo the complaint upon the plain-
tiffs attorneys. Kl'TF.N & BEROER,
l.sos 3ni Arthur Godfrey Road, Mi-
ami Beach Florida 88140. and file
the original thereof in the office ol
the clerk of the above-styled Court
on or before the 4'h day of May. 1871.
If you fail to do so. a default will
be entered against you for the rellel
demanded in the i omplallit
Dated: At Miami. Dade County,
Fk mla this 29th dav of Mar. h, 1971
i: I! LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: I. SNEEDEN
-> Deputy Clerk
^_ 4 2-9-18-23
the C mnty of Dade, state of Florida,
as embraiM I in Certificate No. wns
The a- lessment .: said properly under
.... NJ1 i : ,,e.i w.r iii tne
lame ol Ken., eh Wright (e W
This deed will be issued subject to
1970 Counts Hem .
|.,i 7 .v Prop Int m A to l..,u. Sparl-
i Bnchnnted ^'^^ J-
Plat Book :" Page 12. Sectloi; 4.
Township B2 South. Range 42 It,
. County of Dade, State of Flo-
;,. n.i.I., e.i in Certificate N
The assessment "f said pro-
.^iifiea'e |nuea
linmi
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-1075
in RE: Estate of
MAX 8 NBWBEROBR
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Ton are hereby notified and renulr-
ed to present any claims and demands
which you may have aealnst the es-
tate of MAX S NBWBEROBR de-
censed late of Dade Countv. Florida.
to the Countv Judges of Dade County,
art! file the same In dimlicate and as
provided In Section 733 1fi. Florida
Stntutea. In their offices- In the
Counlv Courthouse in Dade Countv,
Florida, within six calendar months
from the time of the Ural oubbcntlon
hereof or 'he same will be barred
Dated at Miami. Florida, this IS
day of March ft D '"71____
ROSE nfwherc.er
Ai Executrix
FY*t pnhllca'lon of this notice en
'he *K'h dav ot March, 1971.
t.FOV A fcPRTBTN
tttorney for E'ate
> Lincoln Ronit
Miami Beach. Fla J/Sf ,,..,.
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-6157
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
MARY OAT NIEBAUBR,
Flaintiff.
RICHARD AMBROSE NIERAUER.
Defendant.
TO: RICHARD AMHROSE
NIEBAIER
409 B. Illinois Road
Lake Forest. Illinois 6-145
You. RICHARD AMHROSE NIK-
BAUER, are hereby notified that a
Hill of Complaint for Divorce has
been filed against you. and you are
required to servo a copy of your
Answer or Pleading to the Hill of
Complaint on the Plaintiffs attorney.
PAUL KWITNEY, ESQ.. 42" Lincoln
Road. Miami Reach. Florida 3:1139
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing in the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 4th
dav of May, 1971 If you Tall to do so.
judgment by default will be taken
against vou Tor the relief Demanded in
the niii of Comnlalnt i-
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeKl
In THE JEWISH viouifVAN.
DONE AND ORDRRKD at Miami.
Florida, this 31st day of March A.D
1171
H B 1 KV-HFRMAN. Cb-'..
Circuit C-nri Do-.. ''"- Florida
nv i. nvwipno
' Demi'v Clerk
fClrcuit Court M) ""'
PATH, KW'TNI-.Y
4*0 Lincoln Rond
Miami Reach. Florida
Attorneys for Plaintiff ^ ^ ,_',,
IN THE COUNT Y JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 79690-C
(Judge Arthur W.. Prlnn)
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
MAKE APPLICATION FOR
DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
In RE: Estate of
DAVID KREEUER
llccoased
Ni iTICE is hereby given that I
have filed Final Report and Petition
for Distribution and Filial Discharge
is executor of the .state of dan id
KRUEC.ER deceased and that on the
3rd day of May. 1OT1, will apply to
the Honorable County Judges ol lia.lv
County, Florida, for approval of sahl
Final Report and for distribution and
final discharge as executor of the
.slate of the above-named decedent
Thll Ztth da* Ol -March. 1971.
S/ Jerome Kreeger
JEROME KREQER
S; Harry Zukernick
Attorney
HARRY ZUKERNICK
42" Lincoln Road
Miami Bench. Florida 4 '-p-iC-23
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 McSHANB
a/k/a HETTY ANN McSHANB
a /k /a B ETT Y A N N RA1 Dece
'eased.
To"All"creditors*and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against
You are hereby notified and
... nrnuon anv .1:11 111
have against
Said
re-
th
rida,
3738
periv under ihe ; aid .
was' in the name ol Billot Stanford
This deed will be issued rabid t to
1970 County liens.
I oi : Bio. h I Rldgeway. PI it Bi ]
3 Pane 7". Section K,. Township
South Range 41 East, In the Uotrnty
( pad.-. State nl Fli rida. as embrac-
..d'i Certllicat; No. 4861, The as-
i property undel the
nued wa.- in ihe name
of Itarhsra Rnkow,
:..,,\ V ill he issued BUbJei t to
1:17,1 Countv ill ns.
, s Bli h Rldgeway. Plal Bo"k
s Page 7". in ihe County of Dade,
State ol Florida. ..- embraced In cer-
llflcate No 4362 p< assessm.
said property ui.d, 1 the
till.ate issued was ill the name ol
Thls"deed*wm be leaned subject to
1170 County llrtts.
Ix.t 23 Block I. Amd PI of Browns
Sub Plat Hook r, Page M In the
County of Dad-. State of Fhna.M
embraced m Certificate No. 45HZ. Th.
assessment ol said property under he
said certlllcate issued was m the
name ol Oscar Crawford
This deed will be issued subject to
1970 Count} Hens.
Loi a Block 4. Kendall Gardens, Plat
Rook 65 Page I2S In the Coin tv ol
Dade. State of Florida, as embraced
1,1 Certlllcate No. 5271. Tin- assess-
ment of said property under thi
certificate Issued was in the name ..r
Allied Dev Corn &.
This deed will be issued subject
1970 County taxes and liens.
s 16E ft of N 330 ft "f YV 320 ft of
Block 3, -I 1. Waddy Sub. Plat book
1 I',,-,, p.1 So lions tt and S3, Town-
ship ?.7 South. Range 38 East, contain-
ing 1 31 ai res more or less, m the
Countv of Dad.. State of Florida, M
embraced In Certificate No, 80ss. The
ss, ssmeni of said property under the
certificate issued was in the
of Philiima deed will be issued subject tO
Countv liens
Cnless said certificates shall be re-
deemed according to law the pro-
perty described herein will be sol.t
t,, the highest bidder for cash at the
Court lbuse door on the fust Mon-
day in the month of Mav A D
which is the 3rd day of May
ellt Ol
Mild cer-
to
said
nam
This
1970
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may
the estate of EI.I7.AIIP.TH ANN Mc-
SHANE. a/k/a BETTY ANN Mc-
SIIANE, a/k/a. BETTY^ ANN A}
deceased late of Dule County. Flor-
ida to ihe County Judges of Date
County, and file the same ,n dupli-
cate and as provided In Section
733.16. Florida Statutes, in their of-
fices in the Countv Courthouse n
Dade County. Florida. within six
calendar months from the time of
ihe first publication hereof, or the
same will be barred.__ ,,_..
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 22-nd
dav of March. A D. 1971
MABEL O'RAY
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the :'nd day of Anril. 1971.
RICHARDS HICKEY Attorney--^^
1971.
A.D.
1971.
Dated
1971,
this 29th day of March, A D.
E B LEATHBRMAN
Clerk Circuit Court.
Dade Countv. Florida
By: P F C.t'I DSTRAND
Deputy Clerk
Circuit Court Seal ,._.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERBBT OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring lo engage
In business under the fictitious name
of BIBCAYNB AI'TD RECOVERS
BI-REAl' at 720 N \Y. 27th Avenue.
Miami, Florida intends to register
said name with the Clerk Of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade Countv. Florida.
THE CENTFRICN I.EOTON INC.
T 26 4 2-0-16


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Friday, April IS, ]*
CENTRAL MIAMI
5300 N.W. 27th Avt cc-lzll
CORAL GABLES
Bi'd & D. B101
NORTH MIAMI
13363 N.W. 7th Av8. 611-8541
M^MI SHORES
8301 Bisca/neB..::. 759-4445
N.MIAMI BEACH
1700 N.E. 163 St. 945-7434
MIAMIBIACH
1454AK Read 53- 5331
SOUTH DAOE
9001 S. D;x:e Ha/. 667-7575
HOMESTEAD
30103 S. Federal Hwy. 247-1522
W. HOLLYWOOD
6017 Ho:iv*:od Blvd.
ai Stale Road No. 7 987-0450
FT. LAUOEROALE
1833 W. BroAard Blvd. 525-3136
ard
174D E. Sunrise Blvd. 525-7588
POMPANO BEACH
3.51 N. Feoerai Hwy. 943-4200
WEST PALM BEACH
515 South Cme 832-3044
HIALEAH/NQRTHSIDE: MAJ3R TIRE CO. 3130 N.W. 79th Street 691-6233


: ^Jewish Floridian
liami. norida Friday, April 16, 1971
Section B
itories Of Atrocities Are As Real
As Imagination Can Make Them
I$> IXIAHI SALPETKR
After a terrorist hand grenade
own at an Israeli car on the
tskirts of Gaza killed two chil-
n and wounded their father
.in! mother, Israeli military au-
horitles
hauler line against the terror-
|ts and their helpers, mainly in
refugee camps. However,
liortly after curfew was clamped
the more notorious of the
I mpa and house to house searches
an for hidden terrorists and
iix>:is. rumors started circulat-
about the rough behavior of
: Israeli soldiers.
witnessed a typical Arab happen-1
ing: While their men sat unper-:
turbed in the ramshackle corner
cafes and watched the commotion,
hundreds of women, youngsters
and children started what soon
seemed like a contest of who could
fina.ly decided to adopt j te ,ne nasticst slory about tnc
Israelis.
Pushing and jostling the Israeli
officers, 'including the military'
governor i without the slightest
sign of apprehension, to get closer I
to one of the newsmen's micro-
phones they told excitedly of the ,
fearful behavior of the Israeli
Army. Stepping on the feet and'
pushing around the few armed
soldiers accompanying the group,
they treated the reporters to vivid
stories.
The rumors gained a boost from
if lets mailed to newsmen and
iblic figures by a Communist
kroup. Though very few were
feady to believe even a fraction of
[he atrocity tales bearing all the
parks of warped imagination, the
newspapers began to demand ex-
planations.
The military authorities ad-
itted that there were some cases
f "excesses" by the soldiers, i.e.,
se of more force than absolutely
ecessary to restrain people in-
erfering with curfew and se\rch
peratlons and causing more dam-
ge than absolutely necessary in
(arches for arms caches. But there
;as no recognizable relation be-
uccn the few such cases and the
i- ishrooming stories spread by
he Communists and, of course, the
[itators among the refugees.
When a couple of newspaper-
ten ai compsnled by General Avi-
im, Military Governor of Ga^a
nd of North Sitiai, walked into
ie touchesl and largest refugee
ramp, the Shaatl Camp, they al'
Dutch Drop Plan To
Destroy Synagogue
AMSTERDAM. Hollar.,! (JTA1
The Nymegen Town Council
dropped its plans to demolish
the town's synagogue, one of the
oldest Jewish houses of worship
in the nation, after Dr. Marga
Klompe, The Netherlands' Min-
ister of Culture, intervened to
prevent its destruction.
Dr. Klompe views the syna-
gogue, which was built in 1727.
as a monument commemorating
the Jewish community which
flourished in Nymegen prior to
the Nazi occupation of Holland
during World War II.
Arrangements have been made
for the renovation of the syna-
gogue at a cost of some $166,140
with the Province of Gelderland
and The Netherlands govern-
m nt sharing in the cost.
Without the slightest sense of
incongruity, women with infants
reported that the soldiers bashed
the baby's head with rifle butts.
The babies, showing not the slight-
est scratch, nodded with smiles on
their cherubic faces. Those who
had no babies to present as "vic-
tims,'' reported that the soldiers
took from them a wrist-watch, two
earrings and 200 Israeli pounds in
cash, (all three items being as
common in a refugee camp in Gaza
is a mink coat, a diamond ring
and a $1,000 bankroll would be on
Skid Row i. One woman listened
to the story told by another, and
then repeated it almost verbatim
- except that in the new version
t was the new narrator who was
the victim.
We went to one of Gaza's two
big hospital! to talk to the local
Arab doctors and nurses in the
ibsence of Israeli soldiers and of-
ficers. Our questioning elicited the
fact that four people were ad-
mitted in connection with injuries
suffered in the searches in th< ref-
ugee camps: one fractured arm
one flesh wound from a stray bul-
let, two complaints of internal
nain, allegedly as a result of hav-
ing been kicked from the back
Three more people came with
bruises and were sent home after
treatment. Not a very impressive
list of casualties from what was
excitedly described to us in terms
worthy of the worst nogroms in
the history of the Holy Land an
hour earlier.
However, the Israeli authorities
took the matter very seriously.
One officer in whose unit the al-
leged excesses occurred was im-
mediately suspended and Defense
Minister Moshe Dayan appointed
a high-ranking staff officer as in-
vestigating judge to probe into the
whole affair. The Israeli army
chiefs feel, of course, a grave re-
sponsibilitv for the behavior of
Ih.ir soldiers in occupied areas.
But they are equally concerned
about the possible corrosive im-
pact being an occupation army
may have on the moral values of
the young Israelis in uniforms.
The fact that there were appar-
ently some young Israelis, even
if only a few, who used excessive
force or unnecessarily damaged
property is seen as something that
must be dealt with firmly and
instantly, lest these acts spread.
But this regrettable affair also
had its bright side: it was not the
press that prompted the tough
investigation. It was a letter from
four soldiers written directly to
Dayan that started things rolling.
Not in many countries, even those
not at war. would a single letter
from four soldiers to the Defense
Minister bring such a thorough,
practical response and within
24 hours from the receipt of the
complaint.
Jordan Band (right) of Cleveland, chairman of the Mid-
dle East Committee, and Gerard Weinstock (left) of
Larchmont, N.Y., cochairman, present Mrs. Ruth Dayan,
wife of Israel's Defense Minister, with a copy of newly
published Hebrew translation o? AJC-sponsored study by
Harry M. Rosen on "The Arabs and Jews in Israel: the
Reality, the Dilemma, the Promise" at a recent luncheon
meeting of the American Jewish Committee's Middle East
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Passover pilgrimage to Jerusa-
lem continued in spite of tor-
rential rains and high winds.
About 1,000 arrived by train on
Monday at the height of the
storm.
The airports at Jerusalem and
Rosh Pina in the Galilee were
shut down temporarily. A 60-
foot section of the Jericho-to-
Jerusalem read was washed out
and other roads were damaged.
Houses as '"ell as crops were
destroyed: 20 houses in Jeru-
salem were flooded and their
occupants had to be rescued by
firemen. Homes, cafes and the
waterfront quay were damaged
by 20-foot high waves on Lake
Tiberias and roads in the Negev
were flooded by huge streams
of water pouring down the
mountain slopes.
Because of the high winds
which constantly changed direc-
tion, ships anchored outside the
breakwaters of Israel's harbors
were ordered to put out to sea
to avoid being blown aground.
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*-Je*i$tifhri Friday. April 16, 1971
Sara Aviani Heading
Beth Am Forum Program
Sara Aviani. one of Israel's most
popular vocalists, will headline
the May 9 all-Israeli entertain-
ment program at Temple Beth Am j
which will close the South Dade
congregation's seventh annual For-
lira Scries and climax the celebra-1
tion of Israel's 23rd anniversao
in South Florida.
First Showing Of
'Let My People Go'
Abraham Grcenhut. chairman.:
Commission on International Af-
fairs, South Florida Council of the
American Jewish Congress an-
nounces that the premiere showing
of the new film, "The Plight of
Soviet Jewry Let My People
Go," will be held at an open meet-
ing of the Metropolitan Chapter
AJC Wednesday at 8 p.m. in Tem-
ple Beth Sholom.
The film reviews the recent
Leningrad trials and includes
scenes taken in the Soviet Union
never shown anywhere before.
In charge of reservations is!
Joseph I. Yanich. AJC regional
director.
The popular forum series also
includes Thursday night's appear-
ance of Farrier Edward H. Flan-
nery. one of the nation's leading
authorities on Catholic-Jewish re-
lations and on the history of anti-
Semitism.
Miss Aviani, who has performed
with the Yemenite Trio at com-
munity-wide programs in behalf
of Israel throushout the United
Sti'.tes and Europe, will make her
first appearance here in more than
a year. She headlined the all-Israeli
show at the Miami Beach Audi-
torium which celebrated Israel's
2i-;t anniversary of independence.
Arie Kaduri, who has produced
numerous programs in Florida for
Israel Bonds, is producing and di-
recting this year's program, ac-
cording to Forum series chairman
G (raid Schwartz. Tickets are avail-
, able at the Temple Beth Am
I office.
Mrs. Phil Marks
To Accept Gavel
Installation of the officers of
Eleanor Roosevelt Chapter B'nai
B'rith Women will be held or
Wednesday, April 21. at Sorrento's
Mrs. Arthur Horowitz of District
5 will he installing officer. Mrs.
Billie Kern will deliver the invoca-
tion.
Officers for 1971-72 are: presi-
dent, Mrs. Phil Marks; member-
Up vice president. Mrs. Jerome
Simms: fund-raising vice presi-
dent, Mrs. Simon Sutta; program
vice president. Mrs. Ben Berger:
financial secretary. Mrs. Joan
Schwartz: corresponding secre-
tary, Mrs. Joel Berger; recording
secretary. Mrs. Sam Schwartz:
treasurer, Mrs. Alan Moss; coun-
selor, Mrs. Daniel Good.
Highlight of the evening will be
the presentation of the Avodah
Award to the "Woman of the
Year."
Jack Rosen To Bej
Award Recipient
Jack Rosen, coordinator of vet- j
erans affairs, will receive a plaque |
in ncognition of his dedication and I
loval service to veterans and their
families at the 8 p.m. Wednesday
meeting of the Miami Beach Dem-
ocratic Ctu15 to be hrrfr if! the Mi-
ami Beach Employe) s Benevolent j
Association headquarters at 9201
Alton Rd.
There will be three guest speak* j
ers at the gala event Dadc's Cir- ,
nit Court Judge Rhea Grossman. !
Metro Commissioner Alex Gordon
and Harvey Ravin -plus a ques-
tion and answer period on current
issues moderated by club presi-
dent Wally Cluck and other sur-
prise features including refresh-
ments and entertainment.
Free parking is available. The
M' bus stop is nearby.
Youth Programs
Agenda Planned
Two public hearings to determine
what type of youth programs Mi-
ami Beach citizens want insti-|
tuted will be held in May by the
City's Youth Commission, accord-
ing to Criminal Court Judge Mur-
ray Goodman. Commission chair-
man.
The hearings will !>e held at 10
a.m. on Saturday, May 8. and
Saturday. May 22. in the Miami
Beach Public Library.
Harold Toal, City planning di-
rector will serve as permanent ad-
visor to the commission, Jack
Woody. City superintendent of rec-
reation, and Paul Belardino, head
of Miami Beach Com;..unity School,
will attend the hearings as ad-
visors.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Berger (left) were recipients of the State
of Israel Shalom Award at a "Night in Israel" sponsored
by the Arlen House Israel Bond Committee. Irving H. Cy-
pers was chairman of the event, during which residents
purchased S45.000 worth of Israel bonds.
Ellis Rubin Breakfast Guest
The Men's Club of Temple Adath
Yeshurun will hold its regular
monthly breakfast meeting at 10
a.m. Sunday, April 25, in the tem-
ple soda] hall. Guest speaker will
be Ellis Rubin, attorney, whose
topic will be "What Makes Ellis
! Rubin Tick?"
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+Jeis*fk*1r#*r
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Governor Appoints Gertner
To State Advisory Council
Samuel Gertner, executive vice. Including the areas of mental
president of Mount Sinai Hospital, j health, mental retardation, ambul-1
ha* been appointed to serve on the i utory clinics and nursing homes.!
The council also reviews all ap- I
plications for federal funds from ;
such- agencies as Hill-Burton and
other government bureaus.
A native of New York, Mr. I
Gertner came to Miami Beach to i
become executive director of Mount |
Sinai in 1949. and has guided its
growth from a 256-bed facility to
the present M>3-bed institution,,
now in the midst of an expansion
program to become a major medi-1
cal center.
He had previously served as as-1
sistant director of New York's
Beth Israel and Sydenham Hos-
pitals, and spent 12 years as divi-
sion administrator of the New
York City Department of Health
and Welfare.
A graduate of West Virginia
University, Mr. Gertner, who has
taken post-graduate studies at New
York and Columbia Universities,
now serves as professor of hospital
administration for the Department
of Kpidemiology and Public Health
if the University of Miami School
of Medicine. A past president of
both the South Florida Hospital
Council and the Florida Hospital
Association, he has served as a
director of Blue Cross of Florida
for the past 20 years.
Norman Bruce Brown Post and Auxiliary
Hold Joint Installation Of 71-72 Officers
SAAWEl CERTWER
M\ isory Council of the Division of
Community Hospitals and Medi-
cal Fac lies of the State of Flor-
ida by Gov, Reubin Askew.
The s&Wnamber baud advises
and recommends on planning and
construction of all community
lth r ire facilities in the stat< .
Iv-lt
Parkway General Auxiliary
Installation-Awards Event
Parkway General Hospital Aux-
iliary will hold its fourth annual
awards and Installation luncheon
in the I den Hoc Hotel Monday,
May 10 The hospital's executive
director, Dr. David N. Babnew,
will be the Installing officer.
Mrs. Morris IV. Graenberg will
h- taking offic r a Becond term
. pre dent; also bi ing installed
Mrs Sidney Pavilack, Mrs.
i npii. v-1 [rvlng Stone,
Jo him Luks and Mrs.
diaries V. Brad! -y, vice presi-
- Andn Jlos n, treasur-
i : Mi Mii li.e '. Ft eman, rei *d-
ing arj : Mrs. Sun Solomon,
ry; Mrs. irv-
: inai lecn tary. and
Mi < y Kronish, i arliamen-
in.
Av .11 :- will be presented to
Vuxiliarj members In recognition
oi the hours ol service they have
presented to high school seniors
planning to pursue careers in the
field of health.
Among the distinguished guests
will be North Miami Bcaeh Mayor AJCiimm[n^ ,
David Lapham and Mrs. vale Un-
it son. president of th<' Association
of Hospital Auxiliaries, it was an-
nounced. Mrs. Bradley is serving
i as luncheon chairman.
Mrs. Albert Mate is the ticket
chairman. She may be addressed
care of Parkway General Hos-
in
pital
Ave.,
Auxiliary, 16953 NW
North Miami B ach.
2nd
given; scholarships will also be
Sunday Meeting Scheduled
Next meeting of the Miami
;-i, ,,,i, p ol the National Jewish
Civil Service Employees is slated
fm l p.m., Sund i' at the Washing-
t .n Federal, 1133 Normandy Dr.
A speaker from the Kidney Foun-
dation will be p esented.
MIUON HIMMllfARB
Yearbook Editor To
Speak Before Dade,
Broward Meetings
Milton Himmelfarb, director of
the American Jewish Committee
Information and Research Serv-
ices and editor of the American
.li wish Yearbook, will address a
joint meeting of the Broward
County Jewish Community Rela-
tions Council and the Broward
County Chapter of the American
Jewish Committee in the home of I
Dr. and Mrs. Myron Segal. 700
Washington St.. Hollywood, Sun-
day, April 25, at 7:30 p.m.
Mr. Himmelfarb. one of "Com-
mentary's contributing editors, is
also scheduled to address an 8 p.m. j
Monday. April 2f>. meeting of the ]
Greater Miami Chapter of the
the River Room
oi the Dupont Pla/a Hotel.
A qualified observer of the Jew-
ish condition in America, Mr. Him-
melfarb, who received his educa-
tion In the Citj Colli ge ol New
York, the Jewish Thcolo ical Sem-
inary's College of Jewish Studies,
.'he University of Pans and Co-
lumbia University, has been a vis-
iting professor al the Jewish Theo-
al Seminary and a visiting
lecturer al Yale.
Norman Bruce Brown Post and
Ladies Auxiliary 174, Jewish War
Veterans, will install new officers <
at 8 p.m. Tuesday, in Pythian Hall..
Leonard S. Davis of Miami, in-
coming commander, is serving for
a second term and will be installed
with the following officers: Alex-
ander Greenwald, senior vice com-:
mander; Louis Nason, junior vice
commander: George Graham, judge
advocate: Dr. Frank Greene, sur-
geon; Ralph Rosofsky. chief of;
staff: William G. Samet, adjut-
ant; Edwin L. Felbclman, quarter-
master; Herman Golldstein, serv-
ice officer; Sol Koenigsberg. insur- \
ance officer; Samuel Srednick. of-1
fleer of the day. and Robert Toltz, i
deputy officer of the day.
Incoming president of the Ladies
Auxiliary is Mrs. Claire Greenwald.
Other Auxiliary officers are: See-
ma Lefkowitz, senior vice presi-
dent ; Essie Kolinsky, junior vice
president; Margaret Adler, treas-
urer; Eleanor Goldstein, chap-
lain; Mae Schreiber. conductress;
Pauline Smith, patriotic instruc-
tor; Hannah Satz, recording sec-
retary: Syd Steinhardt, corres-
ponding secretary: Belle Swartz,
historian: Dorothy Dittman. guard;
Kate Graham, Esther Jacobs, and
Sophia Rosenberg, trustees.
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+Jewish TUrMton
Friday. April IB, 1971
Conference On Soviet Jewry To
Mobilize Support Of Non-Jews
SE Florida Federation of Brotherhoods
Schedules April 23-25 Weekend Retreat
"There is a strong possibility I possibly Riga, after er.dmg the
that the Soviet Union will renew Leningrad trials in response to
its show trials against Russian I world pressure.
He noted that ..groused public
opinion the basic purpose of
the American Conference on So-]
viet Jewry has been effective.
in two major ways in the past. (
"First, the number of Russian
Jews who have been allowed to
leave for Israel has increased dra-
matically. Bight plane loads have
arrived in Tel Aviv in the past
four weeks, bringing the number
to nearly 2.000 in the pasl 16
months or so.
"Second, the storm of world
protesl is generally credited with
forcing M tscow to commute the
sentences of those Jews sentenc -d
at Leningrad and to call off the
balance of the show trials."
Rabbi Abramowitz. who led the
Greater Miami delegation to the
recent Brussels Conference of So-
viet Jewry, said that the Jewish |
community has become united in |
granting to the problem of Rus- j
sian anti-Semitism "the same top \
priority it has given to the emerg- j
ency confronting the State of Is-
rael in 1971."
He said the organization he
heads, which is coordinated by the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation,
is about to embark on a concerted
campaign to mobilize non-Jewish
support for the problem of Soviet
Jews.
RABBI MAYtt ABRAMOWITZ
Jews sometime this month." Rabbi
Mayer Abramowitz told members
of the Tiger Bay Club meeting at
the Dupont Plaza Hotel Tuesday
afternoon. The spiritual leader of
Temple Menorah is chairman of
the South Florida division of the
American Conference on Soviet
Jewry.
Rabbi Abramowitz told the au-
dience of political and business
li aders that there is every indica-
tion that the Soviets will initiate
trials in at least one new city,
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'We call upon Christians and
all faiths to realize that the op-
pression of Jews in the Soviet
Union and to a certain extent
all other organized religions -- is
a problem not only for the Jewish
community but for all mankind."
Rabbi Abramowitz said, noting
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.lews produced by World War II.
some 20.000.000 Christians per-
ished In the European fighting
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role in the movement of thousands
of Jews from the D.P. camps of
Germany and elsewhere in Europe
to Palestine.
Sisterhood And
Men's Club Meet
Mrs. Irene K. Wecker. president.
Temple Beth Raphael Sisterhood,
will conduct the business meeting
of the group on Thursday evening.
April 22. at the temple.
Featured in the program will be
a musical play entitled 'The Plight
of the Russian Jews'' presented by
the B'nai B'rith Girls of Yaldot
Chapter under the direction of
Mrs. Elaine Spear.
Program chairman is Mrs. A.
William Gerstman.
The Temple Men's Club has
slated a meeting at the temple on
the same evening according to
William Schussel, club president.
' What Do Jews Believe?" will
be the theme of the weekend re-
treat sponsored by the Southeast
Florida Federation of Temple
Brotherhoods from April 23
through April 25 to be held at the
Hollywood Lakes Country Club
and the Holiday Inn on Hollywood
Blvd.
The weekend will begin with a
7 p.m. dinner on Friday evening
and conclude Sunday afternoon
The schedule will include discus-
si m and worship as well as golf,
-.. mming, tennis and fishing.
Faculty m -mb/* are R
Arthur Abrams, Temple Emaiu-
El, Ft. Laudordale: Rabbi Charles
:-,.' i, user Beth El, Ft.
. Ratal ert P. Frazin,
tor, Soutl iuncil U \Hi\
I Rabb uel Z Jaffc, Tem-
li Beth El, Hoi
Following din......md servic *
.i Friday nighl R bi Lesser and
Rabbi Frazin will discuss "Chang-
ne: Attitudes in Judaism The
Sj nagogue."
At 1:30 p.m. on Saturday, Rabbi
Jaffe's talk will center on "What
do Jews Believe About God?"
I There will be further discussions
on "Changing Attitudes in Juda-
ism" that evening by Rabbi Ab-
rams. this time from the |int of
view of "Mixed Marriage," "The
Family," and "The Community
On Sunday at 10:30. a SEFFTB
business meeting and elections
will he held, and at 1:30 p.m.. the
South Florida Federation UAHC
Inter-Religious Social Action Con-
ference at Temple Israel of Great-
er Miami will conclude the retreat.
Brotherhood r. teat chairmen
include Al Roth. Temple Emanu-
El, .lack SchiUinger, Temple Is-
rai l. Miami, an I Louis Sahm, Tem-
ple B th El, Hollywood.
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for an evening Of music and danc-
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N\v 13th Ave.
Wednesday evening, the :,
has scheduled B general meeting
at the Washington Federal on
Normandy Isle. Guest speaker will
be Dr. Elliot "Steve" Brodie, hyp-
notist, mind reader and magician.
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"For A Jew Any Way Into
Israel Is A Good Way"
By JOAN SILBERSTEIN
, Exclusive to the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency from the American Frierde
of the Hebrew University in New
York)
"On my first visit to Israel in
M iy, 1953, I hap|x?nod to take a
wrong turn going through cus-
toms at Lydda Airport. An official
stopped me laying, "You can't go
through this way." A more senior
ol icial, happening to overhear this
< me over to us. "It's all right.' he
as ired me. 'It's all right. For a
Jew, any way into Israel is a g'>od
way.' This is the way Prof. David
Weiss, chairman of the Department
ol Immunology at the Hcbreu
University Hadassah Medical
School, describes his feelings to-
ward his new surroundings.
"Prom that minute." he went
on. "I evrtciencHl a sense of home-
coming I was completely unpre-
pared lor. Within an hour. I made
up my mind that Israel was where
I was going to spend the rest of
my lifr\ (It took me about the
was going to marry my wife, when
I first met hert.
"This was an irrational decision,
not based on any facts. I acted
Impulsively, not as a scientist is
trained to do. But I think many
of the most important decisions in
our lives are made this way. im-
pulsively. It is only afterwards
that we devise reasons for what
were originally only profound emo-
tional sensations.
myself as a Jew who had to func-
tion to fulfill wherever he lived, in
my case in the United States.
Changed My Life
"I always thought I was happy
in America: integrated, reasonably
j productive, satisfied. However,
i when I first came to Israel in '05.
to present a scries of lectures on
| various problems of immunology
at the Weizmann Institute of Sci-
ence and at the Hebrew Univer-
sity-Hadassah Medical School, I
1 experienced things so unique to
] me that I changed my philosophy
about Israel and changed my life
i as well.
Much of my adult life. I have -During that first three-week
bcci. actively committed to the visi, felt nlyt,elf relating to the
basic values of trad-.tional Juda- ,and ,0 rocks trees. fields and
ism. However. I was not a Zionist | mountains in a kind of organic
and did not feel personally obli-
->te,l to live in Israel. I viewed Continued on Page 14-B
Pictured at the recent breakfast meeting of the residents o:
Mayfair Towers in behali of the Combined Jewish Appeal-
Israel Emergency Fund campaign of the Greater Miam.
Jewish Federation, are Isidor Barkan, (left) president of the
Mayfair Towers Social Club; Norman Chussitt, chairmar.
of the event, and Richard Essen, guest speaker.
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Friday. April 16. 1971
Dr. Benjamin Reder Is \ A
Hospital's Chief Of Staff
Dr. Benjamin Reder, who re- i
cvntlv assumed the position of!
Chief of Staff of the Miami Wt-
Cerebral Palsy Association Board
of Trustees, the Troy Home for
the Aged. He and his wife, Frances,
now reside in South Miami.
AJC Chapters To
Hold Apr. 22 Meets
A resume of the Brussels Con-
fidence on Soviet Jewry will he
pri sented at the next regular meet-
ing of the Mitnni-Oornl GaMea
Chapter of American Jewish Ki-rss scheHuled for Thursday.
April 22, it 1-'.>0 p.m. in the so-
cial ha'l of Beth David Con
tion. Mr-. Beniamin Kamen is
chapter president.
The Leahw Wise Chapter is
holding an installation luncheon
meeting on Thursday. April 22,
starting at 11:45 a.m. at the Al-
giers Hotel. Prof. Ellen F. Baum
will speak on contemporary Is-
raeli poetry. Chapter president
is Mrs. Josenh White.
BENJAMIN KtDHt, M.D.
12<>1 NW 16th St., came here from
the Veterans Administration Hos-
pital in Albany, N.Y., where he
had been the Chief of Staff for
-ewral years. Prior to this assign-
ment, he hod served as Chief of
Staff at the Veterans Administra-
tion Hospital in Augusta, Ga.
Prior to his VA employment,
Dr. Reder was in private practice
for 18 years as a pediatrician in
Pull River. Mass. H" was the Chief
of Pediatrics at Union Hospital
and St. Anne's Hospital in Fall!
River, for 16 years.
Dr. Reder received his B.S. de-
gree from Boston University Col-
lege of Liberal Arts and his MI)
ree from Boston School of Med-
icine. His post graduate training
included an internship at Brock-
ton Hospital, Brockton, Mass., res-
idencies in Communicable Di.si I
eases Eind Child Psychiatry, an ad- |
vancH training course in Hospil
Administration given by Inter-
Agency Institute for Federal Hos-
pital Administrators and a course
in Computer Application in Hos-
pitals given by IBM.
Dr. Reder, who was listed in
Who's Who in the East" in 1955,
was active in various community
activities in Massachusetts, serv-
ing on the Executive Board of the
District Nursing Association, the
Mother-Daughter Fashions
A mother-daughter luncheon will
he held by Temple Israel Sister-
hood on Monday, April 26. at noon
in the temple's Wolf son Auditor-
ium. Fashions and entertainment
will be presented. Mrs. James Ro-
denb^rg is chiirmnn of the dav.
Reservations may he made with
Mrs. Lawrence Stein of the tem-
ple office.
The Golden Age Friendship Club at the YM-
YWHA of Greater Miami raised SI700 at a
recent luncheon on behalf of the 1971 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund
campaign. From left to right are Mrs. Joseph
Leckart, vice president of the Club; Herbert
Rubin, supervisor of YM-YWHA Senior Citi-
zens Activities; Mrs. Bella Reiter, the club s
president, Rabbi Solomon Schirf, director ot
the Federation's Community Chaplaincy
Service; Martin Ellis, a vice president of the
club, and Mrs. Max Drosd. luncheon chair-
man.
Mindes General Chairman
Abraham Mindes of Surfside Is
serving as general chairman of
I he annual spring dinner, lecture
and entertainment sponsored by
the Greater Miami Chapter of the
American Natural Hygiene Soci-
ety in the Cotillion Room of the
DiLido Hotel at 5:80 p.m. Satur-
day. April 24. A question and an-
swer period will follow the lecture
by Dr. William L. Ksser entitled
'Learn How to Regain and Main-
tain Good Health." Ruth Schoen-
feld is in charge of reservations, j
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Hadassah Groups i Ladies To Hoar Hair Stylo Hints
Plan P
rograms
The Shnionvi Group of Hada-
ah will have a TV lunchm.] M in-
A luncheon an I program ia plan-
ned fo' meml I "
Judea Sislerh >od al 11:30 a 1
.Wednesday in ilu- temple's social
diy noon at the Shore Club. Edith __i|
The residents of Esquire House contributed more than $10,000
to the 1971 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Fund campaign of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation at
their recent luncheon meeting in the Algiers Hotel. From
left to right are Zola Klein, of Esquire House; Nathan La-
Tuchie, who cochaired the event along with Mrs. Sonia
Sheffman; and Sender Kaplan of Greater Miami Jewish
Federation.
Contest Winners Receive Awards
Mrs. Daniel 1 Justine* Abramo-
witz, president of the Ladies Aux-
iliary Department of Florida, Jew-
ish War Veterans, will preside at
the Council of Administration
Milling on Sunday at the Carillon
Hotel.
i! ghllghl of the meeting will be
the announcement of the winners
of ihe Department's statewide an-
nual Amerl -anism essay contest.
Theme this year was "How Are
the Ideals of George Washington
Applicable in Today's Changing
World?" which emid he expressed
Wometco Theatres
in writing or in painting.
Mrs. Ceil Zucker. Department
patriotic instructor and Ameri-
canism chairman will present the
awards to the following: first prize
for essay, David Zalph of Norland
Junior High; for poster, Eric,
Grasman of John F. Kennedy
Junior High. Second prize for es-
say. Karen Johnson: for poster.
Cynthia Jordan, both of Norland
Junior High.
Shapiro is president.
Triton Towers Group will hold
an installation luncheon on Tues-
day. Mrs. B. B'-ckprman wll con-
duct Hjg c> (. sith; rip;- R :--
sell, accon by Aida YSslo,
Will enter'
The Kstlirr Group will also in-
stall new officers al a luncheon on
Monday noon al the Bel-Alre Ho-
tel. Mrs. Michael Feinstcin is presi-
dent.
Luncheon To II ave
A Spanish Theme
A petite luncheon with a Spanish
theme will be sponsored by the
Auxiliary of Cedars of Lebanon
Hospital Tuesday at 10:30 a.m.
President Mrs. Byron SparU-r
will introduce a new documentary
film-strip describing Cedars' Vol-
unteer Services: Mrs. Luis G. De-
dlot will play the guitar and sing
Spanish folk-songs.
Program chairman. Mrs. Ted
Lottorrrnn. has also slated the an-
nual election of officers to be held
In the Hospital Conference Room.
(lues I spi aker will be J. Bald
Miami rnir stylist, who subject
i ',. c I"'-. styling tnd
Toloring. M Baldi will illusti
his t ill e mo lei and I i i jw q i ins from the
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an added attraction with the reg-
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Road," rated R.
A double bill. ,'Joe" and "Straw- ;
berry Statement" will be on tap
starting Friday at the Miami. 27th ;
Ave. and North Dade Drive-ins.
Films being held over include
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Friday. April 16. 1971
r
immk mammmmmt*eimmmii>n
. The gallivanting orthopedics specialist, Dr.
Lester A. Russia, is off to Russia again, this
time as a guest of the Soviet Union's Ministry of
Health. (Last time he went with eight doctors,
but this time is going by himself to work for
three weeks in the Ontnil Institute for Ortho-
pedics and Traumology). His wife, Sarah, is go-
ing too. and is very excited. They'll be the guests
of Dr. Sivasb Konstantin at the Roosia Hotel in
Moscow. When he eon* s home he is going to
take out the screw and nail in my ankle, but as
far as I'm concerned, he can do it the good old
fashioned American way. I was in his office
when be told me about going to Russia; he also
told me that my ankle didn't hurt and that I
didn't limp at all. That's how much he knows
as soon a> I got outside, it hurt and I limped.
SHOES REQUIRED"
That's what the sign said on the Coco Plum
Restaurant in the Coconut Grove area where
we ate after the Grove Theater. (It was Tammy
Giimes in "Private Lives'' absolutely great
times haven't changed much since those lines
were written!)
In the audience were Mr.and Mrs. David Flee-
man, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tanner, Mrs. Lillian
Souvorin and Ida Forer, who had just returned
from seeing her son, Joey, graduate in Georgia
and whose daughter Mindy. lives in Rome.
'Guests from Miami keep coming in a steady
stream. Ida says, so she doesn't have time to
get homesick). Mindy is scheduled to be on the
Bing Crosby Special soon, according to Ida.
who has finally sold her house in town and
moved to Miami Beach She is as settled as much
as she will ever be. she claims, admitting she is
always on the run.
ANOTHER GRADUATE
Bob and Ruth Merritt just returned from
Gainesville where they saw their son, Roger,
graduate from law school. He was the only one
in his class in both Law Review and Moot Court.
He is returning to South Florida with his wife,
Madelyn, and expects to make Miami his home.
Anne Alpert (grandma* flew up in a "puddle
jumper" to attend the graduation, but came right
aces
back again so that she wouldn't miss any of her
numerous community and business activities. In
Gainesville, the Merritts stayed with their daugh-
ter, Rosalind, who will graduate as an Interior
Designer in June and then join the happy throng
of designers in Miami. It \rns quite a trip for
Ruth. She sat in the back seat with her ankle
elevated while Bob did the driving. She has
been on crutches sine? January. No. not from
skiing she didn't see a hole on the golf course.
THERE'S A LOT OF SORORITIES
Mrs. .ivlclvin Aizenshtat was chairman of the
Delta Phi Epsilon Alumnae association's fund-
raising event for the National Cystic Fibrosis
Foundation. She and her committee are receiving
warm praises; the affair was a spectacular event.
The theme was "The World of Travel" and was
carried out with huge posters depicting far away
places lining the walls and balloon centerpieces
for the small tables of ten labeled, "Around the
World in Eighty Days." Even the fashion show-
was called a "Travel Spree." The menu was
varied; the main course WCJ Spanish, the dessert
was Swiss (how come there were no matzoh
balls?) The committee parading along the gang-
plank or whatever you caii it included Mrs.
Aizenshtat, Mrs. Richard Labovitz, Mrs. Alvin
Blake, Mrs. Michael Filow, Mrs. David Auerbach
and Mrs. Arnold Baldenger. They were dressed
to represent different countries and looked like
beauty contest entries with their banners. The
Maddaford Ensemble donated its talent for the
background music (which was really "front-
ground" music). The sorority had its own mod-
els. (Mrs. Roberta Kaiser's mother, Mrs. George
Sugerman, left the beauty shop early and picked
up a car full of her friends so that they could
see her pretty blonde daughter model). Among
those attending the luncheon which made a lot
of money, by the way, were Mrs. Joseph Shapiro.
Mrs. Ethel Chisling, Mrs. Albert Matz. Mrs.
Marvin Sheldon. Mrs. Stella Hamersmith and
Mrs. Harry Aizenshtat.
M.B. Women's Cancer League Officers
To Be Installed By Rep. Claude Pepper
Congressman Claude Pepper
will install Mrs. Malvyne Sommers.
a long time friend, as president
of the Women's Cancer League
at noon, Friday, April 23.
The annual installation and
awards luncheon will be held at
the Fontdinebl.au Hotel. Dr. Leon
Manheimer will give the invoca-
tion. Dr. Ivor Fix will present the
<=lato of officers and Samuel Gart-
ner will introduce the installing
officer.
In charge of reservations are
Mrs. Lill Blasberg. Mis. Eva
: Smithken and Mrs. George Fein-
i gold.
The afternoon's entertainment
'. will feature operatic tenor Walter
! Scarpella of Miami accompanied
: by Mrs. Olga Bibor Stern.
Officers who will serve with Mrs.
Sommers are Mrs. George Block,
! executive president: Mrs. Robert
I Apfel. Mrs. Jerome Terris. Mrs.
: Jules Stark, vice president; Mrs.
Joseph Segal. Mrs. Sidney Rosen-
i berg, honorary' v'ce president.
Also Mrs. Leonard Markell.
I treasurer: Mrs. Sarah Frishman.
I Mrs. A. Jah Cristol. financial sec-
retaries: Mrs. Melvin Cut! cording secretary: Mrs. Lill Bias-
berg and Mrs. Joseph Shapiro
eorreflppnding secretaries; Mrs,
Ethel Gorson .and Mrs. M iry Res-
nikoff. social secretaries.
Honorary chairman of the boari
is Mrs. r.obert Z. Greene: advisory
committee includes Mrs. Morris
Gidney. Mrs. Frances Linn. Mrs
Ix-on Manheimer, Mi's. Jerom
Rado, Mrs. Abe Schonfeld, an
Mrs. Michael Bright.
Koaril members are the Mi
Sidney lian.l. Prank Bejter
Herlln. Harry Krwlkln. E. W
Edward Cowen, Kay De.se/lri
ivm. Henry Dworkln, Joseph F.
Herman Englauder. Herbert : hi
A. '. Fin.. Oeorge Pefogold, ttai
Fridenbergr. Robert i;ro--,n.,
(jruher. Iris Kite. Roherl Lev] <:
Lewi*, Alexander Ubow, Leo Milli
j.sse ROM. Marf* Rossin. Donald
Rubin, Irvine; Rubin Abe B I
Maurice Schwartz. Murray Smith.
ken. Harold Seglovitz, Israel "
Irving: WeinberK and Martin tt'exler,
USY'ers Plan Installation
The USY'ers of Temple B'nal
Raphael are holding an installa-
tion banquet on Saturday. May s
Installing officer will be State
Attorney Richard E. Gorstoin.
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Mr. and Mrs Charles L. Rosen-
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their daughter, Bette. to Leonard]
Jaffe. the son of Mr. and Mrs.
David Jaffe of Philadelphia. Pa.
Miss Rosenberg attended the |
University of South Florida and
graduated from Mercy Hospital
School of Radiology. She is pres-
c-tly employed at Larkin General
j: ispital.
Mr. Jaffe graduated from Rider
( -ilege and the University of Mi-
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In the firm of Storm and Jaffe.
The wedding is planned for Aug.
22.
Deanne Schwartz Engaged To Wed
It will be a wedding in August
far Deanne Schwartz and Lawrence
II. Kessler, whose engagement is
being announced by the future I
bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. j
Jerome K. Schwartz, 1050 NE
169th Terr., North Miami Beach.
The bridegroom-elect is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. William B. Kes-
sler, 18851 NE 20th Ave.
Miss Schwartz, a graduate of
Miami Norland Senior High School,
attended Miami-Dade Junior Col-
lege and also spent six months
working and studying in a Kib-
butz in Israel. Her sorority is
Kappa Omega.
Her fiance graduated from Mi-
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and attended Emory University
in Atlanta. He will receive a de-
gree from the University of Miami
where he is a member of Aipha
Epsilon Pi fraternity in June.
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MRS. HARVEY CLICK
Linda Gittleman,
Harvey Glick Wed
In Sunday Rites
Kings Bay Yacht and Country
Cub was the sotting for the nup-
tials which united Linda Gail Git-
tleman and Harvey Louis Glick
on Sunday, April 4. Rabbi Morris
Skop performed the 6 p.m. cere-
mony which was followed by a re-
ception in honor of the newlyweds.
For the wedding, the bride wore
a white lace gown styled with a
high neck and fitted cuffs. Pearls
trimmed the bodice and matching
headpiece, and a cascade of flowers
completed the bridal ensemble.
The attendants, in turquoise and
purple pants outfits, included Bar-
bara GittIonian, who served as
matron of honor, the bride's sis-
ter, Claudia Gittleman, maid of
honor, and bridesmaids Linda
Klein and Robin Goldberg; Laura
Gittleman was flower girl.
Best man to the bridegroom was
Robert Gittleman, the bride's
brother. Serving as ushers were
Donald Weinkle, Barry Yanks and
Murray Yanks.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jo-
seph H. Gittleman. 570 Marquesa
Dr., Old Cutler Bay, the new Mrs.
Glick graduated from Coral Gables
Hiijh School and earned a degree
in education from the University
Of South Florida.
Her husband is the son of Mrs.
Bertha Glick, 1701 Cortez St.,
Coral Gables, and the late Fred
Glick. Now a dental technician,
he graduated from Coral Gables
High School and attended Miami-
Dale Junior College.
For their honeymoon, the cou-
ple chose a trip to New Orleans.
Marshall* Announce
Susan's Engagement
To Matthew Frankel
Mr. and Mrs. Erwin B. Marshall,
6332 SW 93rd Ave., have announc-
ed the engagement of their daugh-
ter. Susan Lynn, to Matthew Fran-
kel of Tampa.
Miss Marshall, a graduate of Mi-
ami Senior High School and Miami
Dade Junior College, was active in
South Campus music circles and
belonged to Phi Theta Kappa,
women's honorary sorority, and
the Civinettes service club. She is
currently pursuing a degree in
elementary education at the Uni-
versity of South Florida, "here
she is a member of Alpha Epsilon
Phi sorority and a Little Sister to;
Delta Tau Delta fraternity.
Mr. Frankel, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Frankel of Rosedale.
N.Y., is also attending the Univer-
sity of South Florida where he is a
member of Delta Tau Delta frater-
nity.
An August wedding is planned
by the couple.
Naomi Waksberg, Robert Kuchinsky To Marry Aug. 14
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Waksberg of
Miami, have announced the en-
gagement of their daughter. Na-
omi, to Robert Ira Kuchinsky, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Abe Kuchinsky of
Newark, N.J.
Miss WakilK-rg received a Bach-
elor of Fine Arts degree and a
Bachelor of Science degree in Art
Education from Ohio State Uni-
versity. She was in charge of the
Art Department at the Anne Arun-
Jel County Learning Center, An-
napolis. Md., until she entered
graduate school. The future bride
plans to complete her graduate
studies in Fine Arts at Rutgers
Tina Michaels Is A
Prospective Bride
Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Mi-
chaels, 9740 SW 12th Terr., have
announced the engagement of their
daughter, Tina, to Michael Howard
Coverman.
The bride-elect graduated from
Miami Coral Park Senior High
School and is now a senior at the
University c! Miami.
Son of Dr. and Mrs. Louis Cov-
erman, 6845 Veronese, Coral
Gables the future bridegroom
graduated from Coral Gables Sen-
ior High School and the University
of Florida where he was a member
of Pi Lambda Phi fraternity. He
is presently a senior at the Uni-
versity of Miami School of Medi-
cine, and belongs to Phi Delta Ep-
silon medical fraternity.
University this May.
Mr. Kuchinsky graduated from
Rutgers University, where he was
a member of Phi Alpha Theta na-
tional history honor society, and
art editor of the Humor Magazine,
lie was a member of the Moot
Court Board and Phi Alpha Delta
legal fraternity at Cornell Law
School, from which he graduated
in 1967.
The prospective groom was com-
manding officer of the 234th Mili-
tary Police Detachment. Columbus,
Ohio. He was later a captain in
Viet Nam. where he sen ed as
Peoples Sell" Defense Advisor, Gia
Dinn Providence. Mr. Kuchinsky,
the recipient of the Bronx- Star
and the Vietnamese Medal of
Honor, is presently engaged in
general practice of law in Flem-
ington. N.J.
The couple plan to be married
Saturday. August l4 at the Deau-
ville Hotel.
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Betsy Sternthalt To
Wed Edward Granoff
Mr. and Mrs. Roland Sternt-
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ter. Betsy Ann, to Edward Granoff.
The future bridegroom is the
son of Mr. .and Mrs. Ben Granoff,
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Friday, April 16. 1971
SOCIAL BRIEFS
bv Isabel Grove
M s. Thej have
There were
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man I and Belty
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also two sis-
Han^ Schul-
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, .... oil 8 itorday.
. mong dinner guests ^
Ruth Low; id her niece
Brookman, who als i resi I
-. Invi ti ral trav-
i i been i In >s1 every-
ln th irld wh 1 ur-
re welco I Ruth and R
their coming trip to N h
.... Foi 7 to 8 days a mere
h >p. Other guests were
inter residents Lucy Ann and
.- i>h Allen who are returning t<>
New York in May to bid ln voy-
je to daughter Saudi and hus-1
mil Eddie Neustadter who will I
leaving for a trip to Monaco
here the Young Presidents of i
America are holding a convention.,
Highlight of their stay will be i
. isit to the Palace where they 1 mother and delighted alwut the
ill be guests of Prince Rainier I whole thing. Family chain starts
Princess Grace. When all that vvjtn daughter Selina (Mrs. Dan)
i. in and their families.
Nephews included Richard, Nor-
ton, Ronald, Norman, and Judge
William Pallot and their families:
also Richard Schulman, Howart
Katzen, Sidney Hollander, Dr. Hy-
man Roberts, Dick Horwich, Peter
Pallot and their families.
The religious services and cere-
monial rites were conducted by
Harry Schulman, Sam Silvennan
and E. Albert Pallot. who also
acted as host and master of cere-
monies.
Sophie Heimliek of the Manhat-
tan Towers now a great-grand-
in
scitement is over, the Aliens will
take their own trip to Europe in
June and will tour Portugal and
Spain.
The Miami-Dade Junior College
iduating class in Fashion Mod-
ling will present an 8 p.m. fashion
iow April 22 at Kings Ray Yacht
and Country Club. Class instructor.
Mrs, Edith Zipp, said 10 girls will
/ fashions from Caprice. Inc..
th Miami. A welcoming ad-
s will be given by college pres-
] ir. Peter Masiko, Jr.. and
I ophys awarded to class leaders.
Robyn Dale Somberg, daughter
Mr, and Mrs. Eugene I. Som-
I :..;. 1529 Mercado, Coral Gables.
s honored at a bridal shower
incheon at the David William
itel co-hosted by Mrs. Joyce
i >isner and Mrs. Martin Goldberg.
isa Somberg will be married to
Barry Goldberg, ot Charleston.
S C, on June 20th at the Playboy
I i/a Hotel here.
Sjier.ding the holidays here with
) v parents the Harry Hausmans
: N, Ray Rd.. is Linda IIausman.
, w teaching first grade at the
Abraham Lincoln School in Wy-
koff, N.J., while working towards
I er Masters degree. Also sharing
the Hausman's hospitality, niece
Carole Wohlman and her pretty |
t mghter Blythe, both from
) hdarielphia.
The Pallot family celebrated
ie 20th annual get-together for
the first Seder at the Eden R')C
Hotel, with over 100 members of
the family and a few close friends
Iping to usher In the Passover
. -stivities on April 9.
Four generations were '
nted at the first Seder. The
tiiree Pallot brothers E. Albert,
Louis and Jack and their rami-
es; Beaulah Pallot. widow of
Casper, and Julia Pallot, widow of
with daughter Selma
Lapedes of Princeton, N.J.. grand-
daughter Vicki (Mrs. Jimi Thomas
of Alexandria. N.J., and finally-
young John. Sophie looking for-
ward to June when shell travel
north for a vlait with the new-
comer and also attend the confir-
mation of granddaughter Carol. 1(>.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon
Phdlips, and sister of Marcia, 1H.
Two more happy grandmothers. I
Mrs. Morris Skor and Mrs. Jack'
Ferdie have just returned from |
HuntsviUe. Ala., where their new-
est grandson. Michael Herman,
bowed in at 7 lbs. 8 OZ. on March
21 to Diane and Ronald Ferdie,
A catered buffet for HO guests a!
Temple Bral Sholom on March 28
celebrated the boy's birth and
Bris. Preceding Mijhael in the
Ferdie family are two sisters,
Noreen Ann who is 4, and Pamela
Irene, just 2.
Looking for a reason to have a
housewarming in his new Roney
Plaza apartment, Sam Engel made
it a surprise champagne party for
dancer Larry London following
his appearance at the Seville Hotel
last Thursday night. Sam escorted
Minnette Wolf, one of Larry's
prize pupils. Other guests included
Lillie Schiflin. Irene Lesser, Rose
Solen, Lenny Roth. Goldie Breslar,
Jay W. Ballard and Ralph Beyda.
Mizrachi Women's
Group Meetings
Avivi Chapter. Mizrachi Wom-
en, will meet Monday. 1 p.m. at
Beth David Temple, to discuss
plans for the Fresh Air Fund
which takes youngsters from Is-
rael's major cities on a fresh air
vacation in one of Mizrachi Wo 1-
en's children's institutions 0
rs. Mrs. Simon April is president.
Shalom Chapter presidium, Mrs.
Rose Ehrenreich and Rea Reiman,
i combined games party
ml chapter meeting on Thursd ij
1 p.m., in the card room of lit)
Lincoln Rd. Proceeds for Fresh
Air Fund.
it
Hiitikvah Chapter has set Thurs-
day, April 22, as Mizrachi Wom-
en's education day for her chapter
activity chairmen, at Knescth Is-
rael, 1415 Euclid Ave. Mrs. Hyman
Kolko is president, and Mrs. Mor-
ris Zellner is program chairman.
6 it Dvorak Chapter (Roney Plaza
Apartments I guest speaker will l>e
Mayor Jay Dermer on Monday,
April 26th, 11 a.m. in the mez-
zanine card room. There will be a
charter presentation to tills new
link in Mizrachi Women.
fr it it
Mrs. Leonard Rosen, well know n >
for her many community and na-
tional activities, hosted a luncheon j
recently for Mizrachi members
who had pledged scholarships and
special gifts for the building of
the new comprehensive high BChools
in Israel. The largest building \
nansion ever undertaken by the
Mizrachi Women's Organization,
the estimated cost of the project
will U' some $"? million.
Mrs. Hyman Kolko chaired the
afternoon held in the Rosen home
at 10010 w. Broadview Dr.. and,
Schraga Gross, president of the
National Council of Synagogue
Youth, and son of Rabbi Alexand-
er Gross, was the speaker for the
day.
Stanley rl. Gilbert, (right) has been appointed chairman of
the Tiibute Dinner and Paul Faske (left) as chairman of the
Tribute Presentation Sunday, May 2, in the Grand Ballroom
of the YMHA, 8500 SW 8th St., honorinq Efraim H. Gale,
executive director of the YM-YWHA of Greater Miami upon
his retirement.
Sisterhood's Spring
Final Event On The
The annual Spring Tea held by j
the Sisterhood of Temple Emanu-
el as the closing event on the sea-
son's calendar, is scheduled for
lp.m. Wednesday in the Frtodland
Ballroom, according to Mrs. Al
Podvin, president.
The event, which is open t" all
Sisterhood members and their
guests, ill include a musical pro-
gram featuring Lee (Mrs. Mertonl
Millman and Walter Dana, t
well-know n pianist-composer.
Mrs. Millman. who has starred
in a number of stay.' tilm and i.i-
Tea On Wednesday
Season's Calendar
dio productions and has app ared
in leading hotels and suppa i clubs
throughout the country as v .,,
In various TV commercials, i~
presently a member of the Temple
Emanu-F I Players, and has I
featured in theii current .
tons. Mr. Dana will !
tlu' composition for which hi is
m si fam >us: "The Wailii
The Sisterhood's nev
and directoi will be ins
tins occasion, according '"
Evalvn Lipsky, program ch ii
Fight For Sight Donor Lunch
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Fight for Sight League, will lx>
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Hotel. BiL' DeShara will entertain.
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business meeting with Mrs. Brown
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Regular Meeting Scheduled
Golda Men- Chapter of Pioneer
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in the Washington Federal at 12.14
Washington Ave. President is
(Catherine Lippman.
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New JWVA Presidents Take Over Gavels;
Volunteers Serve VA Hospital Patients
Members of the Jewish War Vet-
erans Ladies Auxiliary will con-
tinue i > volunteer their services t<>
the patients at the Veterans Hos-
pital in the coming days.
On Saturday, Mrs. Paulino Smith
and Mrs, Kss;e Kolinsky of the
Norman Bruce Brown Auxiliary
will rvice the portable telephone.
Stell i and Sol T.inton of the Mur-
ray Solomon Auxiliary ami P is>
iil service Ihe telecarl on Mon-
day: it will be handled on Tnes-
> by Mrs. Joli Ratner, Sarah
Young and Julia Lindsay. Mrs.
Lillian Schocn i'l work in the
Patients' Library. All belong to
North Shore.
i)) Friday it v ill b the Ah"
Horrowitz Auxiliary which will
- \\c the telecart, and on Sun-
day, Hialcah-Miami Springs will i
be in charge of the portable tel -
phone. On Thursday, April 22,
Esther Winston, hospital chair-
nan, Col. I">i\il Marcus Auxiliary.
will service the telecart.
The Norman Bruce Brown 174
will hold joint installation of of-
ficers for the 1971-72 season with
Mrs. Reba (Nat) Brown as mas-
ter of ceremonies and Depart-
ment of Florida president Justine
Abramowitz conducting the cere-
mony. The affair will ho held at
Pythian Hall. 4*01 W. Flatter St.
Victor B. Freeman bis has also
slated installation of new officers
with Mrs Abramowitz again con-
ducting the ceremony. Date is
Thursday. April 22. 7:.".0 p.m.. at
the Hallandale Federal.
On Wednesday, North Store 77
il have a hoard meeting at Jef-
ferson National, with newly elec-
ted president Ethel Goldman con-
ducting. On March 28, the aux-
iliary members gave a surprise
-.inch and gifl to OUt-going pres-
ident. Mrs. Llbbio Cohen. Some 50
women attended the affair at the
Algiers Hotel.
The Abe Horrowitz 88? has
slated a donor dinner at the Caril-
lon Hotel for Saturday at 7 p.m.
On Thursday, April 21". the regu-
lar 8 ii.m. business meeting at
Unified Hill wil !> conducted
by pr< sident Rita Saslaw.
The monthlv birthday party and
rifts I the zirls at Paradise Cot-
tage of Sunland Training Center
has Ik en scheduled by OoL David
Mureiis 7iti for Sunday. On Wed-
Ihe uxill iry v ill hoi I its
regular business meeting at Park-
it ;ij General Hospital. Mrs. Paul-
in< Duke is pn sident.
Vandals Daub Paint
On 4 Synagogues
WASHINGTON 1JTA) The
walls of four synagogues were
painted with foot-high swastikas
and hammer-and-sickle emblems
here last weekend and another j
synagogue was stoned during the
Passover services, it was reported.
The vandals apparently used
stencils and black enamel paint to
desecrate the synagogues in upper
northwest Washington. The area
has changed from a predominantly
Jewish to a primarily black popu-
lation in recent years, but Jewish-
black relations in the neighbor-
hood are said to be friendly.
One official noted that four of
the 11 participants in the Ameri-
can Nazi Party rally held in La-
fayette Park last weekend were
involved in a confrontation with
Jewish Defense League members
mar the White House two weeks
ai i during a rally lor Soviet Jews.
Ba/l Mit^UcJt
Mis. Jack Wolfstein of North
Miami Beach will lead a dele-
gation of the Israel Histadrut
organization of South Florida to
Israel on a Histadrut Study Mis-
sion fune 16.
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performer in the Promenade Con-
cert Sunday afternoon at Dade
County Auditorium. Her pro-
gram, si ited to begin 'i ":
pan.. will include Dvorak's Syirt-
phonv No. S, R<*chmaninov's Pi-
ano Cono rl i No. 2. nnd (he
Polovtsian D nc by n nod hi.
i>r. Miito,, i.. w*uik', can-
didate for th,- Hallanda'e Cfity
Commission, has announ ed Ihe
nptMintnH'nl Of I.awrenee Ser-
Hn as his campaien manager and
treasurer. Mr. Serlin, an adver-
i KCCUtive, was founder Dl
Ihe Concerned Citizens of Hal-
lalc movement and currently
serves as treasurer of the Gold-
en Isles Association.
ft A #
Voters incorporated will hold
a public meetine on Tuesday
evening in the auditorium of the
Washington Federal. 1234 Wash-
ington Ave. Harry" kcvv presi-
dent of the croup, will moder-
ate the program.
MICHAEL UILLER
On Saturday morning, April 17.1
.Michael, the s m of Mr. and Mrs.
Laurenc Hiller, will be Bar Mitz-
v ah al rempli Sinai.
vlich ii I is a s vonth grade stu-
dent al S ii lind Junl ir
School and attends Temple Sinai
ius School. If' i- a mem-1
r of (he B'n ii Mil \ ih (lub al
i hi : mple, and the SI I ist Rock-'
i Clu i.
Among out-of-town guests at-
t< n ling the B Mi vah will bi
Mr. and Mr<. Allan Kastcl, Mr
and M -. Mitchell Cohen, M nnri
.Mrs. Mel.'.i! Williams and fimily.
and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Morey.
BHONDA I.INKT
Bhond i, daughter of M s. Ev-
\ n Linel and Ferry Linct, will
;bservc her Bat Mitzvah during
the Friday evening services, April
16 at Beth To~ah Congregation.
Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz will con-
due) the ceremony and present n
Bible to the celebrant on bchall
of the temple's M illic Kahaner
Sisterhood.
I: rid1 h been attending
Hebrew At i my.
DO
ARTHl'K (.KKKNKKOKR
Arthur Al in, son of Mr. 1
Mrs. Sam CJreonfeder, will ce -
brate his B ir
Mitzvah Satur-
day, April 17,
ai Temple Be it
Am. Mr. a I
Mrs, Greenfed r
will sponsor I
Kiddush follow-
ing the worsl ip
s r\ ices i:; th ir
sen's honor.
Arthur
on the Studi t
Council at Palmetto Junior H i
Si i iol and holds the Kings B y
Country Club championship t >r
up.
i ii indpari nts ol the cell bn t
Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Grei i-
fedcr and Mr. and Mrs. Isadi 8
Resnick, all Miami Beach.
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sponsored by the Miami Chapter
of the National Secretaries As-
sociation (Internationali where
the "Boss of the Year" will also
be honored. Part of the 20th
annual National .Secretaries
Week. April 18-24. the affair will
he held in Ihe Florida Room of
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Friday, April 16, 1971

This Week In History
40 Years \ir This \\Vek: 1981
Baltimore lawyer H. B. H:ir-
togensia protested a Pennsylvania
statute equating Judaism with in-
fidelity.
Dr. Paul Josef Gocbbcls. Berlin
lieutenant of Hitler and floor
leader of the Fascist deputies in
the Reichsl ig, was fined 3.500
marks for three acts of anti-
Semitic agitation.
A Paris court ruled that Rivka
w as legal a name as Rebecca,
allo ving Leyser Friedman to name
his daugter Rivka Judith.
Thi- Frankfurt banking house of
Mayer Amschel Rothschild was
converted into a public museum.
The Jewish Federation of Labor
said Jewish workers in Palestine
won 36 of th?ir 44 strikes in 1930.
compromised on seven and lost
one. while Arab workers lost two
of their three strikes.
10 Years Ago This Week: 1061
Israelis were stunned by the ad-
mission by Lt. Col. Israel Beer, a
top military analyst, that he had
spied for .i foreign Communist gov-
ernment, presumably the Soviet
Union. The details of Israel's 1956
Sinai campaign were reportedly
delivered by that govi rnment to
Egypt, which thought them fals?
and ignored them.
[sr \- .- ney i Jen n Gideon
i' nine-ho <
. si Ad ilf >'). de-
ll: Tii re v i- only on m n
in the satai true if Nazism
who
with the .' u* ind whose business
v, s i This was
Ado!! Eichmann, who for ye -
- hi! dest:ny n callii I i
ich h .--I'-
and endli ~- ? 1, the e -
mination of the Je\> Tin
dant pleaded n I gu' y. g yin he
w '- hei a Jew-h :>
anti-Semite" and in fact he
m iny \'-;-''i n latl
Thi n Jev ish Coi
ami th ; Amei Icai Civ il Libe
'Why 0RT?' Is Theme
"Why ORT? was the theme of
this week's meeting .f the South-
vest Chapter of W i n's Amer-
ican ORT at Dade Federal on
South Dixie Highway which was
highlighted by a performance of
the play, "Joseph and Mama."
presented by the Southwest Miami
High School Drama r>cin^tment.
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Union hailed a Florida judge's de-
cisions barring all for the first
time ctarian holiday obser-
vances in public schools, the show-
ing of religious movies in public
schools, and the use of puh\iji
school facilities' for after-class re-
ligious functions by church groups.
But the AJCongress and the ACL.U
said they would appeal the judge's
upholding of Bible-reading and
recitation of the Lord's Prayer in
public schools.
Rabbi Emanuel Rackmnn. hon-
orary president of the Rabbinical
Council of America, asked Con-
gress to Investigate the "narrow,
Fascist-'ike and bigoted'' John
Birch Society.
Jews celebrated Israel's Bar
Mitzvah and memorialized the Chai
anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto
uprising. The Soviet Ambassador
to Britain attended a London re-
ception in honor of Israeli inde-
pendence.
Groundbreaking for Southern Boll's Bis-
cayne Central office building situated on a
1.3 acre site at 251 NW 29th St., took place
last week. Completion of the building is
scheduled for February 1972; its equipment
will be put into service the following Sep-
tember. Southern Bell's total investment in
the new facility is expected to be S10 mil-
lion, covering land, building, equipment and
new cables linking the site to the nation-
wide network. The above is an artist's ren-
dering of the building to be constructed of
reinforced concrete with architectural, pre-
cast concrete panels.
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fjewisfj HurtdKem
Friday. April 16. 1971
1
Fi
"For A Jew Any Way Into
Israel Is A Good Way"
Continued from Page 5-B
w y I had never thought possible
b. tweeri man and his environment.
1 felt an awakening in me of the
age old hunger of the Jewish peo-
p. to stand on soil thai is mint'.
"At thi> same lime. I was at-
fcracted by ihe continuous, face-to*
I. ce nit fraction of people function-
ing on a human level, a personal
l. cl which, for me. is the opposite
ol alienation.
After the visit in "65 l returned
to America. But, in October of
1966, at the imitation of the He-
brew University-Hadassah Metli-
C 1 School. I came back to Israel
on a three month..' visiting profes-
sorship. This second time I brought
my wife. Judith, and our three
sons Hille. 9'j. Joshua. 6i. and
J. remy, 3. For me it was .i fore-
ne conclusion that we would
a range, during this period, to
.1 ike a permanenl nu>\e to Israel.
"My wile's reaction was. how-
, er, intensely negative. She is
third generation American born.
v ih large familj and deep roots
V"i the States. During that decision-
making time our relationship was
strained nearly to the breaking
point but. in the end. 1 persuaded
her to live in Israel or she per-
suaded herself, because she is a
good wife and because there is ;;
very strong bond between us. (To-
day, I cannot get her to leave the
country, even for a short summei
visit to America'.
"In January, 1967, we returned
b. tin' University of California at
Berkeley, where I had been a fac-
ulty member in the Department oi
Bacteriology and Immunology for
10 yeais. I couldn't, lifter all. just
1. ive so I remained another year
tt. fulfill my obligation to the Unl-
v rsiiy and to mj ; te stu-
flents.
Creating a Di i.tment
in February, 1938, our i mllj
ne set Me in l- lei. Profes-
sionally, my responsibilit) was to
i eate a Department ol Immunol-
at the Hebn w I In v rslty-
Hadassah Mod S hool, Though
-is have been working
for years in its various depart-
l I ntS, tlii< was thi' til -1 time a
critical mass of scholars and stu-
dents in this fi-. H wi re t" be
b DUL.ht together.
'Simply, the times demanded
it. 'Ph.- science of immunology,
which 15 years ago was only an
ixiliary field ol medical micro-
biology 'how to Immunize against
infectious discasesi, has exploded
in recent years. Today, in
focuses on the way in wh'i h the
animal organism differentiates !).-
tween its own self and anything
which is alien. It is known now
that many so called degenerative
diseases, cancer, some of the proc-
esses of aging and reproduction
many processes of cell differentia-
tion, and very probably even some
of the balances between body and
mind involve imniunolo^ical
process, 'v
"The Hebrew University is in
the forefront of universities
throughout the world in recognlz-
Ing this explosion. In the three
years since the Department oi
Immunology was established, we
have developed immunology as a
basic science in the undergraduate,
graduate school, and medical
school levels. We have over 40
people "m Ihe Department: three
full professors, sc\eral lecturers, a j
large number Of graduate and post-
doctoral students, technician-, and
service personnel.
University Reflects People
"Looking beyond my own de-
partment to the Hebrew Univer-
sity in its totality. I see it as the,
university of the Jewish people.
It reflects In the makeup of its
faculty, students and curriculum
all that is best and much of
what is frustrating in this country
and in the Jewish people.
"My main field of research deals
with immunity against cancel
Cancer is cancer. Research is re-
search, So what difference does i'
make if I do my work at Berkeley
or at the Hebrew University?
There is no question that research
grants are easier to come by in
America and that laboratory and
other facilities are more elaborate
there than in Israel. Yet. I feel
there is a critical difference to my
doing my work in Israel.
"The difference is that, on a
given morning. I get a phone call
from one of my best graduate stu-
dents who is doing his month of
army reserve duty. He is calling
from an advanced outpost on the
Jordan River, asking me to change
the cells in his tissue culture in
the lab so thai when land If) he
returns, his experiments can con-
tinue without interruption.
"The difference is that every
hour is an affirmation that the
human spirit can assert itself and
can triumph, even in the midst ol
war. For me, doing car.ee'.- research
m Israel, living in Israel, rais ng
ny children in Israel is an hourly
ittestatiort: I will not forget that
J am a human being. I will nit
forget human dignity. That is, ul-
i ..i.-lv. not only what the He-
brew University-Hadassah M< U-
ai School Is about. It is what
Israel is about.''
Obituaries
Herzl Collaborator
Norman Bentwich,
88
LONDON UiAi .Norman
.Bentwich, one of the earliest po-
| litical Zionists in Britain who
worked with Theodor Heiv.l in the
| movement to make Palestine a bi-
j national state during the 191'0s
! and 19,'.0s. died here last week at
i Ihe age of S8.
Mi. Bentwich served as attor-
nev general of the Palestine Man-
date government 1921-29 and was
one of the leaders of Brith Shalom
the organization working for
rapprochement between the Jews
and Arabs. He served as professor
lot International Relations at He-
1 brew University 1932-51, and de-
voted the last |M\riod of his life to
the Hebrew University, serving as
j vice chairman of the Board of
Governors.
Services Held Tuesday For
Banker Ernest Janis, 74
E
Ave
Api
rnest Jams, 74, of 5151 Col'ins
Miami Beach, died Sunday,
il 11. at Mount Sinai Hospital,
chairman of its board, a position
he retained until his death.
Mr. Janis was active in a num-
ber of local civic and communal
organizations, including 'he (i.i i
er Miami Jewish Federation. He
was president of the Standard
Club, a member of the Citu ns'
Board of the Universit ol
and a trustee of Mount Sinai Hos-
pital.
Two soi.-. Bernard and Jay, "i
Coral Gabll S, and !,> II I on'.cli.i-
,:i i n BUI vive.
Funeral servio s we:p hi Id un-
til r the direction of the Riverside
Alton Road Chapel. Interment was
!n Mount Nebo Ci mi tery.
A native of New York City. Ml.
Janis. who was educated at CltJ
College ol New York, retired from
the textile business in 1949, and
cam- to Miami. A former chair-
n ,n. of the board of Janis Corp..
a bulding development, real estate
and mortgage financing firm, he
served as president of the Repub-
lic Nation ,1 Bank Ol Miami for
two years before becoming the
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SIEGL, Surah. 73, IS9SS N.K 6th Ave
Riverside. Interment Mt. Nebo.
SILVERMAN, Marie. 5S. 5904 S W
GUM Place. ItlveraWe.
SPITZER, Emanuel I'... 60. 11840 N.K
r.'th Dr. RlveraWe.
bender, Melyjp, 73. ;: Island Ave
M It. Riveralde. Interhvent Mi. Nebo
BUCHNER, Sarah. 67. WllD Pin- IrM
ir.. M.B Gordon.
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r.Tlh Ave. Riverside.
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M it New man.
robinove, Zelman s :,. 5980 B ^
l"th si. Oordon.
SCHERMAN, MargaMt J. 7>. 1011
l'.nh si m n Riverside
WALDSTEIN. Rose. 74. lS74t, N K
lsth Av.-., N.M.H. Riveralde
WALDORF, David. 76. UHun "'"lliiis
Av.- M It. Riveralde.
BECK, Harry. t".S. 1""" Weal Ave.,
M |l Blaabei
CARTER. Huiih. J. Jr.. 54, T88 E
17th Si Hialeah Blnsberg.
GREENBERC. Lillian K. 80. 44S"
NautllUM I >r M B. Newman
HAHN. Raphael, fi!'. 1609 Meridian
Ave M.B. Riveralde.
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fEINSTEIN UNVEIUNG
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late
GAIL FEINSTEIN
will take place
Sunday, April 25th, at 1 P.M.
at Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
Friends and rtlativei
are asked to attend.
GELB
MONUMENTS INC.
0rn Every Day Closed Sffbbfti
^40 SW 57th Ave. MO 1-8583
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April 16. 1971
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Page 15-B
LEGAL MOTKI
LEGAL NOTICE
THE CIVIL COURT OF
ECOD, IN AND FOR
kOE COUNTY, FLORIDA
NO. 71-3825
OTICE OF PUBLICATION
..If.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
NO. 79289 A
NOTICE OF INTENTION
TO MAKE APPLICATION
FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
Tn RE: Estate of
Hi'NAIJI PAUL IUIKSNKK
1 loeeased.
NOTICB is hereby given
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICB IS HEREBY GIVEN lhal
the undersigned, desiring lit engage in
business under the. fictitious name ol
PROFESSIONAL FIxioKS & MAIN-
TENANCE SERVICE at 2815 N.W.
Mtln Terrace, Miami. Florida Intend
in register said name with ii..* Clerk
of the circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida,
OBOROE W. WILLIAMSON
ROYAL FLOWERS
PAIL KWlTNEY
ail.i ney for applicant a
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
I 9-16-23-30
UGAl NOTKE
I'.-Ti. or a
*\ND ORDERHD "t Miami.
' thin 7th day "f April 1S71.
i |- MeCKACKBN
,,', the Civil Court ol Record
i,.,,!, County. Florida
,,, j \V. RODQERS
Deputy Clerk
4 u-lii-'JS-sn
>f the above named dei
i day of March, lii7i.
AI.VIN CHANIN
SYLVIA ASH DRESNER
A NORMAN DRUCKBR, ESQ.
-iL,r. Blacayne Blvd.
Miami. Florida
MICHAEL CF.TKI.MAN. ESQ.
126 s K. 2nd Street
nc
NOTICE UNDER
ICTITIOUS NAME LAW
CK IS HEREBY QIVBN that
ii.r-m-i.d desiring lo encage
rcBB under the fictitious name*
jiWIP OLICKMAN
IulickmaN, D.O,
n W 167th Street, Opa-Locka,
Intends i" register .-aid names
Clerk ol Hie Circuit Court of
County, Florida.
IWIli ijLICKMAN, D.O.. PA.
T by David Ollckman, Pre*.
riP.ERC, FROMBERO
(liiTII I' A.
i.vs for applicant
19 w Flagler Street
.. Florida t ,sf t 9U
Miami, Florida
(o-C.
[Counsel
4 D-H-23-30
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
.EVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY. NO. 71-6282
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
h/o MBLENDBZ,
Uintiff.
I.lkilmina MKLENDEZa It a
I.LHRMINA AUOUSTO,
IouiuWhina MELENDEZ
IoUi'lLBRMINA AUOUSTO
l;i University St.
l-m York, New Y ork ___
QUILLBRMINA MELENDEZ
OUILLERMINA AUOIJSTO.
ereby notified that a Bill of
Saint for Divorce has been filed
Tm >ou and yOU are required to
a copy of your Answer or Plead-
n the Hill of Complaint on the
Itiffs attorney. ROMEO J. 8HEP-
,fR 921 City National Rank
line ;r. W. Flagler, Miami
131M and tile the original
or Pleading in the office of
crk of the Circuit Court on or
ithe 11th day of May. 13'.Ir
to do so. judgment by rto-
-111 be taken against you for
Jlef demanded in the Bill of
notice shall be published once
reek for four consecutive weeks
1 JEWISH Fl/YRIDIAN.
iK AND ORDERED at Miami.
this 1st day of April A.D.
l B LEATHERMAN. Clerk,
lit Oourt. Dado County. Florida
By: C P COPET.AND
Deputy Clerk
Oouro Bee.ll
i .1 SHKPARD. JR.
, Kationnl Bank Bldg.
Ftlilida
|h for Plaintiff S7S-SSM .. ..
4 9-10-23-SO
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-6468
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
RUSSELL. HENRY GORDON,
Plaintiff,
PHYLLIS ANN GORDON,
l. fondant.
T< : I'll Yl.I.IS ANN GORDON
!(BSIDBNCE IN KNOW N
You, PHYLLIS ANN GORDON, are
hereby notified lhal Bill ol Com-
i plaint for Divorce has been filed
'against you, and you are required
!.. serve a copy "f your Answer or
Pleading to the' Hill of Complaint OP
ih. Plaintiffs attorney. PAIL KWlT-
NEY 420 Lin. oln Road, Miami 1'
Florida and file the original Answer
or Pleading In the office ol the Clerk
| of the Circuit curt on or before the
I li-th day ol May, 1971. if you fall to
I do so. judgment by default will toe
tak.n against you lor the relief de-
manded in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be pul.lih. .1 once
each week for f..ur consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH F1X>RID1 VN.
DONE NN1> ORDERED at Miami
Florida, this 5th day of April A D
E 11 I.F.ATHKHMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida
By: L. RNEEDEN
Denuty Clerk
(Circuit Cour' Seal)
PAIL KWlTNEY
4'-'f> Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff ,.16.M-M
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
i NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
that the undersigned, desnin^ (.. en-
gage in business under the fictitious
name of TROPIC AIR CONDITION-
ING at 3000 N.W. 77th Court. Miami.
Florida intends to resister said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
I lade Cunty. Florida.
APPLIANCE .MASTERS. INC.,
a Florida Corporation
MAX A GOLDFAKB
1 Attorney for Appliance Masters. Inc.,
a Florida Corporation
. 414 Blacayne Building
11. West Flngler Street
i Miami. Florida
4 9-16-33-30
LEGAL NOTKE
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-6510
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
JESUS SBNTMANAT.
Plaintiff.
MIKTAl'ERDOMO SBNTMANAT,
Defendant.
TO. M1RTA PEHDOMO
SENTMANAT
Street ISO, No 4107
i Beoond floor)
Marianao
Habana, Cuba
You. MIHTA PERDOMO
manat. are hereby notn
ilill of Complaint for Div
fihd acalnat you, and
NOTICE OF SUIT
or
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY. NO. 71-6594
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
BEVERLY T. MARCUS,
Plaintiff,
M. IREY I. MARCUS,
I N :. ndant
TO: MOREY L MARCUS
* o i s,Mai.I Marcua
f, Bast "C" Street
Port Hueneme, California
Y'U MOREY I- MARCUS are
hi reby notified thai a Hill of Com-
plaint for ihvor.e has been filed
against you, ami you are required i<
Serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading *o the Hill of Complaint on
the Plaintiffs Attorney. SHERWIN
sTvniEii. ESQ. Suite No 214:ir,o
I.Incnlii Road. Miami Beach, Florida
and file the original Answ.-r or Plead-
ing in the offi.-e of the Clerk of th.
circuit Curt on or before the 14th
day of May, i?7l If yon fall to do so.
Judgment by default will ).. taken
against you for the relief demanded
in ihe ltd! ol Complaint.
This notice shall he published once
. en week for four consecutive week*
in" THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this (ith day of April. AD.
E H LEATHERMAN.
nerk. Circuit Court.
Hade Countv. Florida.
By: C. P. COPE1AND
IVnuty Clerk
: (Circuit Court Rcall
I SHERWIN STAUHER. ESQ.
I nr.o Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff. .
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
notice IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring lo engage In
business under the fictitious name of
CCQ.1I MARKET ..I number 0747
s.'.v. mIi Street, In the City of Miami,
Florida, intend to register the said
name with the Clerk ol the Circuit
Court of Dad.- County, Florida.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this "til
day of Aprirl. 1971.
ALFREDO PEREZ
CARIDAD PEREZ
8AMUEL POLICASTRO
Attorney for Applicant
iii4f> B.W. 27th Avenue
Miami. Florida SSI35
Phone No. 64S-&422
4/16-J3-30 5 7
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-1447
(Judge John R. Blanton)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
' In RE: Estate ol
I MYRON AMERMAN
Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
i Ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are h.r. l.y notified and re-
quired to present aflj claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate ol MYRON AMERMAN
deceased late ol Dad.- County, Flor-
ida, to ih- County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same in dupli-
cate and as provided ill Section .I3.
H'. Florida Statutes, In their offices in
the Countv Courthouse ill Dade Coun-
ty Florida. Within six calendar months
from the time of the first publica-
[ lion hereof, or the same will tie
Dated at Miami, Florida, this I2ih
day of April. A D. 1971.
MERCANTILE NATIONAL BANK
OF MIAMI BEACH
By: ROBERT H. BA1 TMAN
Vice President and Trust Officer
As Executor
First publication of 'his notice on
Ihe lth day of April. l!'7l
HARRY SSUKKRMCK
Attorney for Executor
4fl I incoln Road. Miami Real h.
n"r"';' 4 I6-2S-S0 5 7
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fh-tltlpus namej
,,f IMAGE DEVICES: AMERIl AN
WATERBED COMPANY at Box M-
I.-.7. Miami 33138 intends tr, register
xald nam.s with the Clerk at the
Circuit court ol Dad- < ounty. Flor-
DAVID HAYI.OCK
4 16-23-30 5 7
IN THE CIVIL COURT OF
RECORD IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLA.
CASE NO. 71-3565
(Featherstone)
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
GENERAL MOTORS ACCEPTAN'C :
. IRPI1RATK IN,
Plaintiff,
LARRY LYONS,
i ii :. ndant.
TO: LARRY LYONS i
Residence I nknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED Utat
a suit ol replevin has been III I
again.-1 vou and that you are i -
quired to file an Answer or ofl
pleading with the Clerk of tin- Con :
.,,,.i lo serve a copy on GERA
SI I.VI-:i!M AN. Attorney for Plai -
tiff 210 Roberts Building, Mian
Florida 38130, on or before the It '
day of May. lf'71 >t a Judgment I
default may be entered against v
DONE and ORDERED In Mlai
Dade County, Florida this 14th d v
of A;ril, I'.'Ti
.1 I' McCRACKEN
Clerk i 'Ivll Court of Record
Dade County Courthouse
Miami Florida 3:1130
p.v : w II N< IRTON
I leputy Clerk of the
i 'Ivll Court of Record
in and for Dade County. Florida
SEAL: CIVIL COURT OF RECOUP
4/16-23-30 5/7
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
PROBATE NO. 71037-A
(Blanton)
IN RE:
ESTATE OF
SAMUEL ii. KA1IN'.
DECEASED
NOTICE OF INT ENTION TO MAK ;
APPLICATION FOR
DISTRBUT ION AND
FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given that i
have filed my I'iiial Report and I -
litlori for Distribution and Final Di -
charge a- Administratrix of the E -
lute of SAMUEL B. KAHN. de-
ceased; and lhal on the iih d u
Mav 1971, will apply to the Itono--
able Countv judges Ol Dade Count
Florida lor approval of said Fin
Report and for distribution and f -
nal discharge as Administratrix "
the psta'e ol tl above-named d* -
cedenl Tins 12th day ol Anril i".
SHIRLEY F KAHN. Administratri
By: SIDNEY BFRONSON
Attorney
612 Ainsl.i Building
Miami, Florida SS1SI
4 16-23-30 .. .
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to encace
In business under the t
':
I, hirSch caterers Inc. a, ims
71st Street. Miami Beach, Florida in-
tends to register said name witn tne ,
Clerk of the Circuit Court Of Dade
BENT-
. that a
iri has been
you are re
Countv. Florida
J*N HIRSCH
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 71-6972
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
BVBRARDO CARBALLO,
Plaintiff,
vs. ,
ADI1.IA CABBALLO a K a
ADILIA MMNDIETA.
l>,f. ndant .... ,
TO: ADILIA CARBALLO a k a
ADILIA MBNDLBTA
ColoniO Kennedy Hloque S
Tegucigalpa. Hr">,J.ulft*.,,..
YOU ARE HEREBY notified
., Complaint tor Divorce ''",,
filed UBinst yu. and you are h< reb>
reouired to serve a copy of vrair
answer or other pl6*dlng_t0 the Com-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Hi
the undersigned, desiring to engi
business under the fictitious name i '
LA ROSA CUBAN RESTAURANT .
2093 Palm Avenue. Hialenh. intends 1
register said name with the Clerk
Ihe Circuit Court of Dade Coum
Florida
CARNOR ENTERPRISES, IN''.
a Florida Corporation
LEONARD 3. KALT8H
Attorney for Applicant
1629 DuPont Bldg.
4 .'16-23-30 ...
that
ln.n
rIE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
"LORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-1271
, (JOHN R. BLANTON)
I NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Estate of
tlCONES
,ased.
| Creditors and All Persons Hav-
dms or Demands Against said
are hereby notified and ra-
te or. -cut any > laims and de-
( nhiili you may have against
state of IDA KRONER de. aeed
Dade County, Florida, to the
Judges of Dad. County, and
, sin.- In duplicate and as
til in S.ction 783 16, Florida
in i!o it offices In the CoUll-
rthouse in Dad.- County. Hor-
Ithin six calendar months from
of the first publication nere-
is same :ll be barred.
at Miami. Florida, tins 2Gth
larch. A D. 1971.
HEN KKi'VES
As Executor
publication of this notice on
(Slid day of Anril. 1971.
Ml AN. of MYERS, _
, PORTER. LEVINSON
"lire.l "to serve copy ol your An-
Jwer or Pleading to the phi ol Com-
nbilnt on the Ptaintllfs attorney,
MARVIN ROSS FRIEDMAN. ......
RW MIi Street, Suite '"". Miami
Honda ...1.4 and file th. Original
V ......i Pleading hi ihe office ol
,V. ,,,:;, ,he Circuit Court on or
,.,,.,. the inth day ol May, I "
vou tail to udgm "t bj > -
fault will h '";',":,l1 y,'.'!!i ',',',
,... ,. inded in the BUI "
Oomr.li pu .., ,
, |, weel .....u',v'' ""'"
fn THE JEWISH FIXHUDIAN. ,
lnrx>NB AND ORDERED al Miami,
piorlda' Ul 8th day of April A D
'|.''|t 1 K ATM Kit MAN. Clt rR. .
en-cull court. I..... county Florida
By: K M KISSES
1 leputy Clerk
rclrcull conn Seal)
\t\KVlN ROSS FRIEDMAN
i-17 S VV Mil Street. Suite 109
Miami'. Florida M1M
Attorney for Plaintiff ie-M-$0
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that
tin undersigned desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name r.r
iMKlur NURSES RBOISTRJ at
5830 w.st Flagler Street. Miami.
Florida intend to register said name
Wjin u .!. rk ol the circuit Court
... County, Florida.
RUBY ANN BERN I
1 11,1 1W LEVIN r!
REATRTCE COHEN
R. .NAI D 1 DAVIS
Attorn. for
\......i Nurses Registry
ne B llldlng
i|. \V I": Igll Street
Miami. Florida 33130 (379j?JMl29l(
I on the Plaintiffs attorn.,
11.1IN 1 OAI.1 ACIIER. whose ad-
J'rew is 1454 N.W 17th Ave.. Miami,
FToridi 3313 and me *5a
^rt^^el^XW^oi
MH^r,,IOTi or a Default will be "-
'D^TBDnhli'l3th da, ol Anril
fClreult Court^all hfrman
, |, ,i. circull ruri
BY ,- P COPBLANDo
1971
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
notice IS HERHBY GIVEN th.-
the undersigned, desiring lo engage
business under the fictitious name rl
DFI.MA FURNITURE fRetail Furti'
ture Store! at numher r.fll>". B.W. SI
Street, In Ihe City of Miami, florid-.
intend to register the said name wit'-
the Clerk of. the Circuit Court of Dae -
County. Florida. ....
Dated at Miami. Florida, this
day of Aorii. 1971, ___
MIOI'EL M. SALUDES
1UICE MARIA capo SALUDES
p \ MUBL l'1 1 fCASTRO
\-..ine\ for Applicant
1040 s W 27th Avenue
i
N" M8'54M 4 10-33-30 S,7
or Executor
>t St.
irida 33130
T-9-16-23
9UNTY JUDGE'S COURT
l FOR DADE COUNTV.
1IDA IN PROBATE
No 71-419
) of
JE TO CEDITORS
trs and All Persons Hav-
Demands Against Said
ehy notified snd requlr-
any claims and demands
jv have against the es-
ITHUMAS, deceased late
JOT. Florida, to the CoUVt-
Dade County, and file
Bolicnte and ns nrovided
[l! Florida Stntutes. In
the Countv Coiirt-
Countv. Florida, with-
months from the time
hll.-ntion hereof, or the
ibarrcd .
ami. Florida, this 22nd
TA r>. 1"7I
RY C tiiom \S
Idmrnlstratrix
iatlnn of this notice on
of March 1971
I OPl'NDWERQ
idmlnlstratrlx
Ina-
3/2 4/2-9-1*
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiglng W ">ge
,, bus ess under ih- fictitious name
if ill PROPERTIES at 4""" Moj;
erra'e Voral Cables. Florida Intend-
to rpiiister said name with the i 1. i k
of the iir.-uit Court of Dade County.
Kl"r"'"' CHARLES LUBAB
CLAUDE I- EIC1IEI.
\ltornev for aiipll.ani
15 W. Fingbr Street
Miami. Florida ".,.., 5
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
m business under the fictitious nam
o" SCN STATE PUBLISHERS U M
a \v |sa St.. Miami. Fla Intend to
register said name with the i.tr ot
Ihe Cinuit I'ourt of Dade ounty.
FI"r"l RHODA RERNHEIMER
BUOEN? '.EMl.fCH
attorney for liirnhelmers
J7J0 w Flagler st Mii,m,'4r^,,.i.L,:,.:ll1
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
-Jewlstncridliain
solicits your legal notice*.
W> appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at iega'
rates .
nial .77.1' 4665
tor meanerger serrlcw
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in husinuss under the fictitious name
..f HOWARD'S SUPER LIQUORS at
.-,11-St:. Washington Avenue. Miami
Roach, Florida intends to repist. r saM
name with the "lerk of the Circuit
Court of Dude County. Florida.
K ft D BAR. INC
a Florida corporation
, Bv David Wilson, Pres.
FROM HERO. FROMBERO ft
ROTH PA.
| Attorneys for nnnlicnnt
M-10S, Is W. Flagler Street
MhunLPla. 4/1-9-H
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71.1124
(Frank B Dowli-iqA
NOTICE OF PROBATE
In RE Estate nl
.; \.'. IB KAPLAN
I I.-, eased
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED
IN THE ESTATE OF SAID DECE-
DYOu :are hereby notified thai <
written instrument nurportlng to n
the last will and testament of said d. -
,.,.,,,., ha( been admitted .
in said Court You are herebj com-
manded within six calendar months
fr..m the date of the firs! pul.i..;'c n
,,f ihis notice to arnicar in sa';l Court
:, ...l.l .how cause, if any you can why
the said will to probate should not
stand unrevoked
FRANK R DOWI-INO
County .luilge
l-.v ME1 nA c DICE
Clerk
First publication of 'his noli
tne 1th day ol Anril. lMl.
MYERS KAPLAN, PORTER.
LEVINSON ft KENIN
Attornevs for Executors
r.n s \V 1st Street
Miami. Florida SMM
C J. Seal
4 18-SS-30
on
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREl'.Y OTVEN that
the undersigned, deslrimr to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of AFS al I1i'4:t NE Six'h Avenue.
Miami. Florida Intends lo reglsti
name with the Clerk ol ihi Circuit
Court of ii..I- .n.mom- ''. '.
AMERICAN' C" ,! STBTBMS INC
Bv* BURT "'-''IMS. President
RICHARD UROS.a
AtlornevH for
American Film Systems, Inc.
(OR Lincoln Ronil
Miami Beach Fla
By: BARRY D. SC1IRE1BKB,^ ( ^^
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO. 71.6495
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
JAMES E PURVIS,
Plain tiff,
ROMONA A PURVIS.
rWelld.'lllt.
YOU ROMON* A PCI!\ IS. I------
unknown. ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
to file vour written defense to this
divorce with the court's Clatk and
..rve n cons unon Plaintiff's Attor-
Jon zamft ft smith, iris
. Rank Bldg.. Miami.
n or before the 14th dav ol May.
,..Ti ... .. ii... Complain! win be taker
|v .....if.^se.l
-l-l I. \ I'IMl -, t'.TI
H It l V'rilKI!'" N i-|.i:i(K
11^ it M i- issi-.e
n, o.iiv Clerk
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\,.'ii.-i: 18 HEREBY OIVEN th
i I, |, ,i desiring I
: iM husiiu nndi the flctltlou; nam
\-l CITY MOVERS at 9100 N \T
Miami, Florida Intt i
.... i|d name w Ith the U< '
, uii -. url ol Dad< "oui I
K!"l"':' HOWARD MARTIN
'
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-7014
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
DANIE1 TENROSEN
plaintiff
LILLIAN TENROSEN
huit
TO:
S98S Gouverneur Avenue
Bronx. New York. 10467
You 111 l IAN TENROSEN, a
hereby notified that a Hill of Con
plaint for Divorce has been file
HCainst vou. and you are requned t
s.rve n copy of your Answer c
Pleading t- the BUI of Ooamtetirttor
the Plaintiff's attorney. HARRY ^l
KERNICK *-n Lincoln Road. Miarr
itea.ii. Florida SS1S9 and flto th-
original Answer or Pleading In Oje
.ffice of the Clerk of the i ireu.
ourt on or before the 1. day r-
Mav. 1071. If you fail to do so.
tadgment by default will be take-
against you for the relief dmanded r-.
the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall he published onr->
each week for four consecutive week-
n THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at MianV
Florida, this IS day of April A.D.
1971.
(Circuit Court Seal) ,
i; It l.EYTHERMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida
By l. SNEEDF.N
I>'PUIv Clerk
HARRY ZI'KBRNICK
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Bea.h. Florida _
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BONUS SPECIALS! SAVE UP TO 32*
"SAVING ACTION STARTS RIGHT HERE!
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LIMIT ONE JAR, EITHER BRAND. PLEASE. WITH
OTHER PURCHASES OF SIO OR MORE. EXCLUDING CIGARI TTi -
LEG QUARTERS
BREAST QUARTERS
BALLANTINE
BEER^.O'cans
ED M12z
CK .W CANS
REGULAR or draft
SAVE 4c
Hunt Tomato Juice
SAVE 5c
Hunt Tomato Sauce
SAVE 4c
Hunt Tomato Paste
SAVE 16c
Hunt Ketchup
46 OZ
AN
#1'5 Ol
37'
49=
29'
5 DELICIOUS VARIETIES
PFEIFFER
DRESSINGS
12 OZ JQC
414 OZ. $-1
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8-OZ BTLS.
3/1
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SAVE 10c OLD FASHION WIDE
German Style Bologna
SAv'E '0- W S'COn'-'n : MES1
Sweet Munchee Cheese
SAVE 36c INTERNATIONAL KOSHER ^_
Griddles-Knocks-Specials 99
89'
99'
BONUS SP ECIAL! SAVE 40* LB.
OTR.
...... LB.
LEAN COOKEI
Sour Half & Half
BORDEN'S BIG TEN"
Buttermilk Biscuits
GiANT All \*EAr OR Atl BEE*
Kahn's Sliced Bologna
SAVE 10: -COPE I AND
All Beef Franks
GREAT WITH HOT DOGS
Willy's Sauerkraut
16 OZ
CUP
9 : OZ
CANS
12 OZ
. PKG.
12 OZ
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1 '?oz
. BAG
33c
35'
69'
59'
29'
FOOD
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SUPERMARKETS
FEATURES EFFECTIVE THRU SAT. .APRIL 17
AT ALL FOOD FAIR AND FREDERICKS STORES
ZTZM SAVE MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS
mijLS YOUR BONUS WITH EVERY PURCHASE
TOP QUALITY VALENCIA JUICE
ORANGES
CARVER GRAY TOP QUALITY
Pickled Beef Tongues lb 69c
Sliced Beef Liver < u 69c
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Fryer Breasts 59c
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Fryer Parts 59c
FARMER .."RAY TOP QUALITY
CORNED
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Cubed Beef Steaks
London Broil
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California Roast
Fresh Ground Chuck
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99'
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Idaho Baking Potatoes 10 79c
COP OUAlll f INDIAN RIVER
Seedless Grapefruit 5 49c
TOP QUALITY IUSCIOJS __
D'Anjou Pears 29
CALIFORNIA
ASPARAGUS
39
GARDEN
FRESH
TENDER
BONUS SPECIAL! SAVE 19-SEALTISJ
YOGURT 2 39
LOW FAT-ALL FLAVORS
Kraft's Cream Cheese 2 69
Flo-Sun Orange Juice 25
SAVE <. .(.-.. IW .: _
Creamed Cottage Cheese 29
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Borden'sDips 10
Fat Free Buttermilk 2 39
QUANTITY RIGHTS RISIRVED
SAVE 20 ON THIS" FYNE" PRODUCT!
FYNE TEX
LIQUID
BLEACH
LIMIT ONE JUG PLEASE .WITH
OTHER PURCHASES OF S5 OR MORE EXCLUDING CIGARETTI S
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PLEASE, WITH OTHER PURCHASES OF
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Si 00 VALUE PUSHBUTTON
Mennen Deodorant
4 OZ.
CAN
SAVE 45c FROZEN
69' Rich's C.ffee Rich 5 gg M Sliced Pineapple |2S $1
FOOD FAIR'S OVEN FRESH
COUNTRY SQUIRE
1-LB.
4-OZ
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FILLET
98
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