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The Jewish Floridian
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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ejewiislh Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
44 Number 19
Miami, Florida Friday. May 7, 1971
Price 23c
ogers Seeks
luez Opening
h Special Report
(O, EgyptAfter a brief
Beirut, U.S. Secretary
William P. Rogers ar-
C'airo Tuesday bearing
Lai letter of friendship
lesident Nixon to Presi-
nwar Sadat.
[ogers. who said he was
to talk about reonen-
[Suoz Canal- "to explore
*ypt and Israel in a con-
Jay the possibility of an
agreement which we
Luld contribute to a final
pnt." admitted that con-
difficulty lies ahead in
krt to work out a peace
r-nt.
Hogers, the first Ameri-
fcretary of state to vhilt
18 years, and the first
pay an official visit to
by With which the United
[has no diplomatic rela-
aoted that nine 11 ninths
ss,-d "without death and
lion"a reference to the
Miatcd ceasefire that be-
lt Aug. 7 and continues
I the absence of a formal
(Wit.
dent Nixon asked me to
kill trip in the conviction
per 21 years of conflict,
to the nations of this
area in terms of human sacrifice
and wasted resources, and so
dangerous to the world, no ef-
fort must be spared to bring
about a just and lasting peace,"
the secretary said.
Meanwhile, Jerusalem sources
confirmed reports that Russian-
piloted MIG-23* are patroling
the Egyptian side of the cease-
fire line at the Suez. The new
Soviet Jets are rated superior to
Israeli-manned F-4 Phantoms
because of their ability to fly
some 20,000 feet higher.
Secretary Rogers was to be in
Israel Thursday for conferences
with its leaders. In preparation
for his visit. Israel's Ambassador
to the United States, Yitzhak
Rabin, returned to Israel to con-
fer with Premier Golda Meir,
Foreign Minister Abba Eban
and other Cabinet ministers.
Mr. Rabin told newsmen at
the airport that he shared Mr.
R gers' view that no material
results should l>e expected from
the American's diplomat's cur-
rent Mideast tour, but he hoped
for a change in the present sit-
uation. Asked if there was a
chance for a partial agreement
in order to reopen the Suez
Canal. Mr. Rabin replied, "We
shall all be wiser after his visit."
News Briefs
Trial Date Set
kSHINGTON (JTA> Reports published here in Under-
|a publication of the Soviet Jewry Committee of the Jewish
jr.it y Council of Greater Washington indicates that the trial
Jews, which had been scheduled for April, has been reset
|y 21. Harassment and arrests of Soviet Jews who applied
it permits to emigrate to Israel have continued unabatedly,
ever reported. Yefim Sevela, the Moscow movie director, has
placed under surveillance of Soviet police and sujected to of-
(arassment ever since he submitted a request to the authorities
exit permit to Israel. On April 16 he was informed that his
^ould be reviewed. Informed sources have reported that mem-
^f the film industry in the United States and other Western
Hes arc seeking to intercede with the Soviet authorities on
fialf.
id Awarded Fellowship
FEE AVIV (WNS> Mikhail Zand, the S<*ict Jewish activist
[i^ internationally renowned for his Oriental, Arabic and Asian
farship. has been awarded a research fellowship in world litera-
by Bar-Ilan University. Zand, who was dismissed from the
|tain the Place North, Place East teenage group counseling
tael, is still in the Soviet Union. (In Los Angeles, the California
Jl of the Hebrew Union College cited Zand for his scholarly
-ements in Jewish studies and his "extraordinary courage" in
Iking up for the rights of fellow Jews in the Soviet Union).
lion Denies Reports
TEL AVIV (WNSt Deputy Premier Yigal Allon has re-
i-d to Israel after meeting in Washington with U.S. Secretary
Kate William P. Rogers. He denied reports that their meeting
"hard," "unfriendly" or "unpleasant," and said there was total
ment between Israel and the U.S. on basic points, although
Pre are also some important questions on which we do not see
to eye and on which we differ." Earlier in the week Foreign
lister Abba Eban also denied reports of a rift between Israel and
United States. "There is no confrontation," Eban told news-
No single word in the dictionary is less suitable to describe
situation than this." _..--!
What's happening here.
CAN WE RAISE $10,000,000 IN 1971?
There is not a responsible campaign leader with whom
we have spoken who does not agree that $10,000,000
can be raised in Miami that the money is here, and that
the needs warrant it. Can we raise it?
In 1970 we raised $5,129,000. Of that amount -
$3,596,000 came from the 1048 largest contributors.
We have raised approximately $5,607,000 to date. This
compares with $3,481,000 raised last year from the same
contributors. Only 715 of our 1048 largest contributors are
represented in the 1971 total. Let us look at the results.
In.....$5,607,000 Projected 2,817,000*
Assuming that everyone gives at the same rate of in-
crease 61% over 1970-we would have a projected 1971
total as follows:
In............................... $5,607,000
Projected ............... 2,817,000*
On this basis, our possible
1971 total would be $8,424,000
'$1,750,000, plus 61%.
The difference between $8,427,000 and $10,000,000
is enormous. Do we dare to fail to go after the $10 million
just because the $8,427,000 figure is more realistic? We
pose this question because we have confidence in your sup-
port, your dedication and your understanding. In our judg-
ment the answer is no. The bottom line will reach $10,000,-
000 if every outstanding contributor is urged to double,
triple and quadruple his gift and if you and I bring in
new gifts.
/rt./Cc^t^-
rat Chairman: Joseph H. Kanter
Greater Miami Jewish Federation's
1971 Combined Jewish Appeal
and Israel Emergency Fund Campaign
Delegates Here For 35th Annual
Rabbinical Council Convention
More than 500 delegates from
all parts of the United States
and Canada assembled for the
opening session of the 35th an-
nual convention of the Rabbini-
cal Council of America at the
Sea Gull Hotel in Miami Beach
this week.
In his address to the group.
Rabbi Bernard L. Berzon, presi-
dent of the RCA. which is the
largrst Orthodox rabbinic body
III this country, urged the estab-
lishment of 10 colleges in major
cities under the auspices of die
Yeshiva University. They would
make a "powerful impact ui>on
the complexion of Jewish life in
America." he said.
H alibi Alexander S. Gross,
principal ot the Hebrew Acad-
emy of Greater Miami, and na-
tional vice president of Torah
I mesorah. was featured as a
speaker on the education panel
during the opening night's pro-
gram. He made a dramatic pro-
posal to double the Hebrew Day
Nehool enrollment in the United
State* within ten years.
Rabbi Gross urged his col-
leagues to establish a Y.E.H.S.
(Yeshiva Education Head Start I
program and called for the reg-
istration tuition five -of 10.000
new day school students around
the nation.
"It is the responsibility of
Jewish federations to meet the
needs of spiritually and econom-
ical 1." disadvantage! students."
Rabbi Gross declared. "The day
school mow ment must not be
i. rmitted to be a haven for the
rich."
Noting that day school enroll-
ment has been at the same level
in the United States (7.">.000) for
the past five years. Kahbi OroSS
called for initiation of the
Y.E.H.S. program, and asked
RCA to launch a I'nlted Torah
Appeal if the Jewish federations
do not meet the $1,000,000 ex-
pected cost of the program.
There are nearly 1.000.000
Jewish children of school age in
the United States. Rabbi Gross
said. Loss than 8''r of them an'
attending Hebrew day schools,
and this number is insufficient
to provide rabbinical, educa-
tional lay leadership for the
Jewish communities of the fu-
ture.
The delegates considered the
plight of Russian Jewry at one
vention session; a symposium on
iln question "Is There A Gen-
i ration Gap in the Rabbinate?"
,<> featured in another.
Participants included Rabbi
Joseph B. Soloveitchik of V-
shiva University, and Isra< I's
Ambassador to Canada, the Hon.
Ephraim Evron. Miami Beach
Ephraim Evron, who presented
an analysis of the Middle East
situation.
Local Jewish leaders present-
ing papers included Rabbi Tibor
H. Stern. Rabbi Berel Wein.
Rabbi Jonah Caplan, Rabbi Da-
vid I.ehrfield and Rabbi Joseph
E. Raekovsky.


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+Jewisiifk>rkMan
Friday, May 7.
i
Sen. Gurney Says Retreat
Would Insure Another War
"If Israel retreats to the pre- Burton F. Goldberg, chairman
3967 boundaries as a condition of the Builders Division, reported
precedent*to x^tin^-tlia Arab* to that tfcft Hunting produced aver
150 percent increase in giving by
those nresent and by irior an-
nounced gifts.
Senator Gurney explained that if
Israel today withdrew to the pre-
1967 boundaries, there would be
nothing to discuss at the peace
table with the Arabs. "In 1957 they
withdrew from captured lands and
for their trouble they got another
war in less than a decade."
"I am satisfied," he declared,
"that American policy is on the
right track and that our govern-
ment has behaved creditably
throughout. What we want is a
permanenl settlement and this
will take time and patience, but In
the end patience will pay off."
Senator Gurney concluded his
remarks by stating that the United
States' political and military com-
mitment to Israel, supplying Israel
with the arms to maintain a bal-
ance of power in the Mideast, must
be continued. "It's in the Interest
of America to see that Israel re-
mains a \iable force for democracy
in that area of the world." he
declared.
SEN. EDWARD GURNET
the bargaining table, this will not
< ite a permanenl peace but in-
Sti td insure another war," U.S.
S Iward Gurney declared at
the recent Builders and Allied
Tr > Division Dinner of the
Gre iter Miami Jewish Federation's
1971 Combined Jewish Appeal-Is-
Emergency Fund campaign.
"Israel has relied on L'.N. guar-
antees in fie past and has been
cruelly disappointed, and they
have relied or guarantees by the
Big Powers and have been disap-
pointed," the senator noted.
At the event, held at the Shera-
ton Four Ambassadors Hotel, Ste-
I>hen Muss. Saul J. Morgan and
<"harles Rosenberg, the Founders
of the Builders Division, were hon-
ored for their outstanding contri-
butions to the local community, to
world Jewry and to the people of
Israel.
CoLYigalMorToBe!
Guest Speaker For
Roney Plaza Event
Col. Yigal Mor, an Israel Air j
F(i hero, will be the featured I
speaker at the Roney Plaza-Israel
Dinner of State in In-half of Israel
Bonds, according to an announce-
ment made by William Feitelberg,
dinner chairman.
Being honored on this occasion
are Mr. anil Mrs. Sam Hudenbcrg.
veteran leaders for Israel, who
will Ik' recognized for their exem-
plary leadership in the drive to
support Israel's economic develop-
ment through the State of Israel
Bond program. The State of Israel
Shalom Award will be conferred
upon th< m by Col. Mor.
A Sabra, Col. Mor. who was
born in Tel Aviv, has been a mem-
I i of the Israeli Air Force since
1955. His specialty is helicopters
and his squadron participated in
strategic act inn which took place
during ilie Six-Day War as well as
in many of the specialized actions
taking place since then. He is now
a helicopter squadron leader.
The 7 p.m. dinner Saturday at
the Fontainebleau Hotel will be
preceded by a 6:30 p.m. reception
in Col Miu's honor hosted by Mr.
and Mrs. RudenlxTg. Music for
dinner and dancing will be fur-
nished bv the Lenny Dawson So-
ciety Orchestra.
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Won't you help the Home today by contributing
items for resale at the Thrift Shop?
Do you have furniture, appliances, bedding,
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Do you know someone, a friend or a neighbor,
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Friday. May 7. 1971
+Jewish ncricffeun
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Union, Goverment Leaders
Accept Dinner Chairmanship
Kdward T. Stephemon president ,
0I the Dade County Federation
i Labor, AKI.-CIO, and State
(.,.,,. St.. rmaii S. Winn have ac-]
c^ftted U chairmanship of the i
Thursday, May 20, Israel Dinner
State honoring Herbert 'Pinky" j
Schiffman in the Edan Roe Hotel, 1
Gov. Reubln O. Askew will serve]
honorary chairman and Judge
;iv
C
Tobin as cochairman.
Mr. Schiffman, who was recent-
ly ted president of the Hotel
', es Union, Local 255, will
receive I ie coveted Shield of Is-
kv ard the highest award
I worldwide State of Is-
Organization can confer
,t iti< dinner, which will be the
, v, ni in the south to be
oi | join! I> by heads oi labor
iai agement in behalf ol Is-
'. .is.
, support ni American labor
gi m- nt in Ik half of Is-
development is;
ropriatc, since Israel is
mocratic nation and
ally ol Ihe United States in the
East," Michael Lit'.
lie liiii and Miami director <>l the
nd 'i ganization, pointed
a democracy, it ofl ra
for free growth to
i itri mi agi menl and labor."
Kaplan, Mayor David Kennedy,
.!< i:. I.'wis. Councilman Herbert ;
Magnes, Bernard MancDer, Charles '
Mouy.ais. .leiiy oii. Henry Op-J
penheim. Bernard Rubin, Penney
Sizemore, Cleveland Tinner and
Armando Vazquez.
ether distinguished local, state
and national leaders on the com-
mittee include I.t. Gov. Tom
\dams. Commissioner of Educa-
tion Floyd T. Christian. Commis-
sioner of Agriculture Doyle Con-
n r, State Comptroller Bud Diek-
crson, Insurance Cdrnmissioner
I'om 0"Malley, U.S. Rep. Claude
Peppi r, Secretary of State Rich-
ard Stone. Attorney General Rob-
i rt Shevin, and Kdward S. Miller,
ven.'ial president of Hotel and
Restaurant Bartenders Interna-
tional Union,
National labor leaders on the
committee include Fred Ferrara,
John Gibson. Ed Hanlej and Her-
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Edward T. Stephenson, president of the Dads County Fed-
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Herbert "Pinky" Schiffman, head of the Hotel Employees
Union, Local 255, who will be honored at a dinner on behalf
of Israel Bonds, Thursday, May 20, at the Eden Roc Hotel.
Mr. Stephenson and State Representative Sherman S. Winn
are servinq as chairmen of the dinner, with Judge Gerald
J. Tcbin serving as cochairman and Maurice A. Ferre as
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IF THI< BOBT

His Impact Was Plainly Seen
see Last Sunday nig*
.,.....-... '
* i
-ie or. the G:ec:e: !'.
by !:.",..". Gala trail cJm
et.rerr.er...... =>:^j-.ve c::e-^;cr 01* MI
A .-:.-...--. tne large crowd in ctter.da^te were not
s:..y \~ .-,. ":.-j ::;:^^.:r.v. ;&~ders c: :he Jewish :orr.-
:..--.:--'-. :.r.al teadni "- :r.e Donamunity-
-;'; :.'.. *he United Fund, Bairy Cci.'rce (ha Sarra-
.-,.-. -.:.-:.y for example for G.\e 9 21 veers -- serv.re
were :.: ~ w.de-rar.g.r.g r.c: a zz:z-:..~. rxrsis.
.''.- j;.e the second of the :op executives of cur Jew-
.- -.. -:-:h:.-..':, 'z :e\.-e N'aurice PecrbMa HtH Bm Bori
a a reminder of tr.e .rr.portar.ce of the role ot the profes-
sional in Jewish life. Tr. ccuses for c total of 35 years but his greatest influence
v/as tn M:'-'".: where he built the "Y" into an outstanding
ution whose effect, primarily on our youth, will be of
long-lasting value. In dedicating the "Y" Art Gallery in
hk honor, the community will have tangible evidence of
his having been here. We aie the better for it.
Policy Should Be Consistent
A State Department which has denied visas to Euro-
pean freedom fighters against the Nazis, to people like
Bertrand Russell and Havelock Ellis in the past, has had
no hesitation in granting one to a German scientist con-
victed of World War II crimes against innocent people
caught in the Nazi slave labor system.
One may properly question the system of the denial
of visas to scholars based on their politics, past or present,
but as long as it is a policy of our government to do so, it
should be as consistent in rejecting the fascists as it is in
turning away the communists.
Many Contributors Wait
The most difficult part of any campaign is the "clean-
up." This week the effort got under way with the Federa-
tion's Women's Division community-wide Phonothon on
behalf of the Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Fund campaign.
With the support of virtually every major women's
organization in Dade County pledged, success in reaching
the thousands who have yet not contributed or pledged is
hoped for. It is a fact of life, sad but true, that despite the
coverage in all media and direct mail, many potential con-
tributors v/ait for that personal appeal to be reminded of
their responsibility to Israel and the Jewish community at
home.
Decline Balanced By Upsurge
It is heartening to read that a new study by a Belg. tn
Catholic university indicates that there has been a lessen-
D recent years of anti-Semitic attitudes by those ex-
posed to church teachings. It come3 as no surprise to Jews
that this is balanced, according to the report, by an up-
surge in secular anti-Semitism.
Shifting Priorities
Traffic Is Two-Way
Another indication of the shifting priorities for Jewish
welfare funds is seen in the termination of a century-old
agreement between Mount Sinai Hospital and the Hebrew
Orphan Asylum of New York. Public financing of hospital
and medical care of dependent children, as it has in so
many other areciB of our society today, has made such
agreements no longer necessary.
Not all the traffic is one-way to Israel for American
youth during the summer. Some 200 Israeli educator'" will
serve as counselors and program specialists in Jewish-
sponsored American summer camps this year.
WSSA&W tmU *3T FAU. U&H
L-CTAj
Comment
-t of us sAing betweei
spair and hope about the
portant things in our so \
and I am no different. R
now I am in an "up" mood 1
th* future ot Jewish education
in America. The atmospher
charged with revolution
what has been an underp'
mov-ment seems now to have
1 surfaced.
MUCH OF this cr. be end
to the social unrest in t.-..- -
! try whi'.-h has led many youi
J as .> rieocei in the New Left, to
a search for a new re.....
1 that, while it may be in pel
1 of m.'sior Jewish inctitutioi
rooted ;n J'-.:
1.
t Of ";'.
.......
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3
young Ji look or.;.
and to our
;:- I. myself, am now be)
the c ill of any American ra I
I trust the Am< r
radical grou]
ter than I do the Rej v'.-
What they h
with me?"
THF. TOOTHFUL outlook .-
' n the
same issue -ay- 'Deaomination-
iu 1 p ... xophicalry
Me th ,rs<- "
And the '
'' / th- att.-
of most A thi
' middle-aged, toward
h<- Orthodox, Reform and Con-
stive movementi dee
Th<-re I
major divii oni r:r..za-
.: rather than religious pur-
-
ALTHOUGH one could de-
a good ar?umer!
thi Mew York-New
ct;cut area are '. 1 I-
I 'rm and C lerva-
nts hive i'-cided
rgue about the need for
g together a crash pro-
of Jewish education.
nting 1 'me 450 rab-
irea which h
ther place in
1 on
to rea?h young peo-
1 bout
: ih cultural

thi: riisvr
-
. and
' thi level pmenl oi
If it n trks and
young
';il have to the

an Ji wisl

imi is not isolates!
id while the
n't bell ma Ie by
Ight say that
Commission on
'he radical agency
- new lit
hi in our commun-
IT HAS attacked the problem
ugh studies, hut the radical
' i-s that it has boldly
d the establishment to
imetbing about these stud-
rid has. to this point, suc-
ded.
The Commiulon remains with
:'s first priority need as a Ool-

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reason for Sovie- -
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Continued on P9 7-A
by EDWARD COHEN
for with-
out teachers, Jew
commun .. workers
thi >pportunity for cont:'
education, no program of
'r. can su,-
TIIIs Is ;
the short naul the Com:-
is to be opting for a sh ft
hasis to the college-agi st -
dent and it was strengthen
its belief by tho recent ap|
ar.ee he-e of Shlomo Bardir tl
ereat leader of the Brandt
Camp Institute in Califon
Th-' word "gn used ad-
visedry. Through the tint
ing experience of Brar I
rel ition to the Unlven
th lusands of college-age 5
I
-;.....ei
in the room in their now m
role a< Miami cotnm
leaders vhen B irdin
Con ion
the value of en a

I HA\ K nisi skimmed th
fac again, for some of our our,
synagogui 9 b rve paid hei I l
the revolutionary atmoaohi
well as th.> Federation's
on, and some new in I ex-
citing development! will be re-
ported In the coming year
I have 1 feeling now of optim-
ism about our Institutions as
they act in response to the pres-
sure from the young, but It i-i
m xed with the fear that
out th" understandiiir;
old-guard the parenU
the established community lead-
ership much of this may
t" naught. As in our public
schools, sole accouhtabilitj
assigned to the wrong peoplf
the institutions and the staff
when it should be shared by
parents and society in get


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letters to the editor
So tin' American table tennis team was dined and feted and
guided through the streets of the gleaming cities of China.
crowned with their drab-garbed millions. Thus with the trivia
of decorum there starts what may turn out to ho an historic
opening of Chins to the West. The fact that the occasion was
Of SO little consequence makes it the more convincing for a
people tii.it moves not by sharp direction hut by subtle indirection.
I wish I were among the American correspondents admitted
to China for a week to write non-copy alxiut this seeming non-
ex fin. They may prove the forerunners of others to come, with
fewer limitations. Early in 1955 I waited for a week in Hong
Kong, hoping to get to Peking: It was the time when Dulles
offered the Chinese an i xchange of correspondents l'ut was
turned down. So was I. Now, 15 years later, there is a tiny
crack in the Chinese Wall.
It isn't wide enough for the chariot of peace to drive
through. But I suspect that this Chinese gesture toward the
United States flows from their hunger for Western technology,
to feed their machines for war and peace, just as the Russian
treaty gesture toward Germany flows from a similar hunger.
The two together will make an interesting, if not major, re-
nment of world forces.
it ft ft
TIIK RUSSIANS, WHO HAVE just ended their big Party
C ngress, cannot be happy over these flickering smiles that the
Americans and Chinese direct toward each other. They must he
furious at the way the Chines.', bj their little play-acting bit on
table tennis, upstaged their Party Congress and Stole the show
from it.
The notable thing about the Soviet meeting i- that it may
oi>on the way for a Brezhnev phase in internal Russian power
politics. In the collegia! world of the Russian power elite, where
all colleagues are supposed to be equal, Brezhnev has now been
recognized as more equal than the list, preceding even the
Politburo in the Soviet "lacking order" a- Party .secretary and
as chief factotum, even in foreign policy.
In Brezhnev's speech lie opened a bagful of promises to all
and sundry, thereby showing that a Communist ruling group
can embrace the Western politics of everything tor everyone,
while sticking to the basic Commuivst principle of real free-
dom for no one and especially not for dissenters, writers, art-
ist.- and for Jews who want to emigrate. If it is true that the
Brezhnev battalion, now entrenched in the Politburo, intends to
give the people more consumer goods, it may go back to the
established Communist doctrine that if the rigors ol living ease
a bit the poopl" won't care as much about political dissent and
intellectual freedom.
ft ft
CONFRONTING BOTH THE RISSIAN and Chinese power
clusters, it seems to be Nixon's policy to ease relations with both
while he tries to write his dream script for disengaging from
Vietnam. His political instinct tells him that his Vietnamese
policy will be more acceptable or at least less intolerable
if the larger global policy frame is more relaxed. He speaks of
"playing out the game'' on the Vietnamese withdrawal, the
"game" being his own version of it, which he still sticks with.
But he also senses that we are all concerned with the larger
"game" the one we are playing with Russia and China and
that the outcome in Vietnam may l>e small potatoes compared
with this larger outcome.
The larger game is, of course, the effort to avoid a nuclear
confrontation and clash. Compared with its monstrous dimen-
sions, everything else becomes secondary. There is a classic pas-
sage somewhere in the writings of Thomas Henry Huxley about
the game that mankind plays with the Unseen Player, whether
you call him nature, God or the inexorable laws of the universe.
In this game the shadowy figure across the table knows every
move we plan and how to checkmate it and if we make a
single false move we are goners.
ft ft ft
HUXLEY LIVED IN A mid-19th century world of revolu-
tionary thinking which was relatively orderly compared to our
mid-20th century world of wild disorder. Yet his image was
faultlessly true. The Chinese (we are toldi play table tennis
with a mixture of savagery and delicacy. Let us hope they
won't play nuclear politics with the same ruthless finesse. The
Russians, with all their adventurism, with their MIGs and mis-
siles in Egypt, still show some hesitation about playing the
nuclear game with America savagely. And Nixon, for all his
rigidity on Vietnam, has not shown a similar rigidity in his
approach to the SALT talks. The options there are still happily
open.
They had better remain so. or the Unseen Player will play
out his game in a cosmos in ruins.
EDITOR, The Jewish I loiuliiin: (
Doubtless one of the most burn-,
big and Shameful issues this coun-
try is confronted with is the situa-i
tion 'if our prisoners of war being
held incommunicado in North Viet-
nam. This issue lies on the con- j
science of the nation, knowing the!
i inhuman treatment and the fate
to which these men are exposed in
their captivity.
Though the administration is
aware of tile obligations toward
these POW's, no progress has been
achieved: either to exchange them,
or to improve their tragic condi-
tions The years of diplomatic ne-
gotiations by the government, as
well as personal interventions to
i he government of North Vietnam
have not brought any results.
Thi' helplessness ol the U.S.
State Department to bring about
any relief in '.his terrible situation
is a manifestation of the weakness
of a super-power incapable of ex-
pediting such a relatively minor
matter in spite of its humiliation
Which i- SO apparent.
Aftei all. the mistri atment and
agonies to which these POW's
are subjected are well-established,
and the terms of the Geneva Con-
vention for the protection of POW's
are also being gravely violated by
the Communists.
It is noi too far-fetched to say
thai lhe key to opening the pris-
ons for the American POW's is
indeed in the hands of the S. vict
Union. It would be easy for the
Russians to turn this key and
change the situation if they were
challenged to do so. Nevertheless.
the State Department is not will-
ing to confront the issue in its en-
tirety by turning to the source,
namely the U.S.S.R. which con-
trols its satellite government.
North Vietnam.
For the United States to con-
tinue to negotiate this issue in
Paris is a waste of time which is
so valuable to the survival of these
POW's. There is no question that |
without the backing of the Soviet
jUnion. the North Vietnamese would
I long ago have succumbed to the
j combined military pressure of the
U.S. and South Vietnam.
Evi ry missile, bullet and tank
- all the North Vietnamese arm-
aments are Russian made and
s.-m there for the purpose of kill-
ing Americans. This powerful back-
ing in armaments and to their
economy keeps them fighting and
spreading into more foreign terri-
toi les bk" Cambodia and Laos
The 45,000 dead and hundred- ol
thousands of wounded Americans
are indeed victims of the Soviet
Union's aggressive policies. They
are using the North Vietnamese in
the Far Hast as they are using
the Egyptians in the Middle Kas'
in order to camouflage their aim
to take over great and Strategic
ol the world.
It is therefore very dismaying
to see the preores being useij
by the Arabists ,n the US. State
t merit to have Israel op i\
the Suez C.inal for 'shipping
Anyone can understand
that t'nis would facilitate deliv.
cries of Russian armaments i
goods to North Vietnam to |
more casualties on Am |
troops and speed up the Commun*
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14 Jewish Educators Accept Invitation To
Nova University's Experimental School
Fourteen Jewish educators have
visited the Nova University Ex-
perimental School at the invifition
oi' Dr. Abraham Ftochter, president
of the university, according to
Leonard Zilbert, president of the
Bureau of Jewish Education
The educators included princi-
pal.- of six Jewish schools: Rabbi
SiiiM" Murdano, Hillel Commun-
ity Day School; Rabbi David War-
man. Yeshlva Day School; Ron-
| aid \ Heller. Temple Menorah;
Mrs. Hersh Beitnan, Temple Judea
Religious School; Mrs. .lack Dia-
mond. Temple Beth Shalom. Hoily-
m Hid. KeliRious School.
Eight teachers of various sch'w>!s
als i attended. The group was
h. i by Dr. Louis Schwartzman,
exi utive director of the Bureau of
Jew sh Education,
Dr. Marilyn Segal, Nova lTni-

sop
< ont inin-d From Page 4-.\
Sudan and on the Socotra Is-
lands; and for the Soviet at-
tempt to gain further naval
base*, both in Inilia and in Cey-
lon. The Red >ea and Indian
Ocean, obviously, are to be the
scenes of our first foretastes of
I he Soviets' steadily increasing
strength at so a
You have only to look at a
map, moreover, to see what re-
opening the Suez Canal will
mean to the Soviet Union's
newly built blue-water navy. Be-
cause of the immensely short-
ened distances between Soviet
poits and the Red Sea and In-
dian Ocean, a reopened canal
will, in effect, multiply Soviet
naval power in these waters by
a fax-tor of at least four.
"YOC DONT build gunboats.
unLss you mean to revive gun-
boat diplomacy." one Soviet ex-
pert has remarked of the huge
Soviet naval buildup. If the ca-
nal is indoed reopened, there-
fore, Soviet gunboat diplomacy
in the undefended Persian Gulf
must obviously Ik> expected.
Significantly and ironically,
however) these fairly grim facts
are actually regarded as assets
in a good many quarters in the
Nixon Administration. On the
om hand, St-crei ny Rogers' plan
foi an overall Middle Eastern
Trent would have reopened
SlK Canal :n any <\use.
<)N THE OTIIKK hand, the
Administration's overridine de-
.s:: i to avoid, or at least to defer,
the kind of bloodstained and
t. rible neu crisis that the Mid-
(I Eastern conflict has Ion;;
threatened to produce. This is
really why the Soviet anxiety to
reopen the Suez Canal, although
so unpleasantly motivated, Is
regarded as a positive factor.
It is regarded as a positive
factor, of course, because it may
make the Soviets use their de-
cisive influence to sway their
Egyptian clients to accept the
"interim solution." The solu-
tion will give the Egyptians and
other Arab-; very little, to be
sure, while giving the Soviets a
lot
YET IT is perfectly ima^in-
able that President Sadat will
end,by tellinu his army officers:
You cant do anything against,
the Israelis, anyway, without tlie
fulkjst Soviet support. We can-
not {hope for that just now. And
reopening the canal, which even
Gamal Nasser never managed.
is at least a beginning in the
right direction."
As to the Israelis, their domes-
tic politics can be best descrilxxl
as a nest of vipers. But the Is-
i.ielis just might be induced to
agree to the kind of terms the
Egyptians just might accept. For
Secretary Rogers, in truth, the
biggest danger us that the Amer-
ican posture will look weak, es-
pecially to the Soviets.
versity school principal, was the
hostess, showing the Jewish edu-
cators around the physical facili-
ties and explaining the education
program with its emphasis on the
Seymour Liebman Is the Recipient Of A Research Grant
and flexible
individual training
physical facilities.
The Bureau of Jewish Education
'. now developing new programs
for individualized instruction in
the Jewish schools, of which the
Nova school is a tangible example.
The Bureau is also developing a
series of "mini-courses" for junior
and senior high departments of
Jewish schools In order to meet the
new scheduling of public schools in
quinmester sessions of nine weeks
during the coming school year.
Eight Earn W. C Diplomas
During the I. L. PeretZ Work-
men's Circle School's third seder
on April ii, held at the Algiers
Hotel. Sandra Guterman. Susan
Weiner. Eva Gochin, Eva Skrande,
Adolfo Skrande, Ann Glusman, Iris
Berger and Michael Moncarz re-
ceived their graduation diplomas.
Max Gleiborman is school director.
Seymour B. Liebman, historian
and author of several books and
many articles on Latin America
and the history of the Jews in that
area, has been awarded a grant by
the National Foundation lor Jew-
ish Culture for research on his
present project.
Mr. Liebman has taught at the
University of the Americas. Mex-
ico City, and at the University of
Miami and Florida Atlantic Uni-
versity. During the past three
years he has been studying the
socio-economic and cultural inter-
relationships among the Jewish
communities of Europe, the Turko-
Ottoman Empire and North Africa
and those of the New World be-
tween 1492 and 1850. He has al-
ready done much research in many
of the national archives of Euro|>e
as well as in Morocco.
The current grant subsidizes
travel to sountries in the Carib-
bean and South America to locate
pertinent records of Jewish com-
munities and study the role of the
Jews in the development of the
Spanish colonies as their activities
in the acquisition of independence.
The grant also permits the secur-
ing of copies of numerous original
documents in Holland and Spain
as well as new finds in his forth-, Foundat:on for Jewish Culture.
coming travels.
Mr. Liebman has received grants
previously from the American
Philosophical Society, the Hunt-
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His latest book. "Jews in New
Spain; Faith. Flame and the In-
quisition," published by the Uni-
versity of Miami, has been very
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Friday, May 7. 1971
H- U Cafeteria Dedicated
In Memory Of Fay Brown
Shaw Will Be Honored
At Champagne Reception
1:1 SALEM The large caf-|
eteria of the Jewish National and!
V .'.'is'.ty Library on the Givat'
P.. n campus of the Hebrew Uni-
\i -ity of Jerusalem, was dedi-j
1 1 in th name ol the late Fay
Bi n. of Miami, in 1 recenl cere-
. at the cafeti ria.
The event, chaired by Univer-
sity President Avraham Harman.
u attended by David Brown,
v. I 1 had made the endowment in j
thf name of his late wife together |
th their children. Stanley and
Jack Brown and Mrs. Gertrude
\V, Iner. Present along wilh Mr.
Brown were Mrs. Weincr, Mrs
Stanley Brown, a sister, Mrs. Kit-
ty Treiber, a niece, Miss Fern
Tr. ;oer, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Morawetz, as well as a group ol
abcut 30 relatives and friends from
Mismi.
Speaking at the luncheon cere-
mony. Mr. Harman explained that
the cafeteria serves students,
teachers and the general public
using the library. Including an In-
creasing number of visiting Amer-
ican educators, scholars and rab-
bis on sabbatical In Israel. The
pressur Is so great thai it Is open
almost until midnight.
Mr. Harman recalled that the
cafeteria was the scene, just over
two years ago, of an Arab terror-
1st act, when an explosive charge
which was detonated near the
noon hour caused extensive dam-
age and left 29 wounded among
the 200 students, faculty members
and employees there. On that day.
March 6, 1969, the cafeteria re-
opened even while the workmen
were repairing the ceiling, and a 1
wounded student told a foreign
TV correspondent, from his hos- |
pital bed. "If they think they can
make us afraid, they are mis-
taken."
Miami
Herman
by the N
Bench philanthropist
L. Shaw will be honored
ational Unit d Jewish Ap-
Mr. Brown WHS "the kind of man
ive would like our students to
grow up to be like."
Greetings were also brought by
Fudge Herbert Shapiro, of Miami,
and by a student repres tati>
Zvi Goren, and M.A. student in
Middle East Studies, who stressed
the Importance of the cafeteria as
a meeting place between Israeli
and overseas students.
Mr. Harman presented a sym-
bolic key to the building to Mr.
Brown, welcoming him "into the
community of the university." Mr.
Brown responded by saying that
because of financial circumstances,
he had been deprived of a formal
education, but since his Iwyhood he
had dreamed of being able to con-.
tribute to a great institution of
higher learning.
Mr. Harman expressed the uni- Mr. Brown and his daughter,
versity's appreciation for the ef- Mrs. Gertrude Weiner, togethe'
forts of the Miami chapter of the
American Friends, and said that
unveiled the dedicatory plaque in
the Fay Brown Cafeteria.
A portrait of the late Fay Brown, of Miami,
stands beside the inscription, just unveiled,
dedicating a Hebrew University Cafeteria
'o her memory.Looking on are her daughter,
Mrs. Gertrude Weiner; her husband, David
Brown; her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Stanley
Brown; and Avraham Harman, president
of the Hebrew University. The cafeteria is
in the Jewish National and University Li-
brary on the university's Givat Ram campus
in Jerusalem.
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David Fleeman Will
Receive AJC Award
i
Miami builder and civic leader
Pavi the gala dinner dance to be held
th American Jewish Committee
I y ihe Greater Miami Chapter of
Saturday evening al the Sonesta
I aoh Hotel on Key Biscayne, it
has bei n announced.
eman, a former presi-
; r the Chai ter, will receive
it- Human Relation! Award in ree-
, nition of his many years of ded-
ication lo AJCommuiee, t'tdera-
tion, and the Dade County com-
riunity at large.
Morris B, Abram, a past national
president of the AJCommrrtee and
former president of Krandeis Uni-
versity, will address the dinner
guests, according to Miami attor-
ney William !:. Gladstone, chair-
man of the Chapter's 19th annual
meeting. Music- for dancing, he re-
ported, will be provided by the Al
Greenstein orchestra.
Mr. Abram. who is widely re-
spected for his extensive commit-
ment to public service and his
brilliant advocacy of human rights.
served as General Counsel to the
Peace Corps and as U.S. Repre-
sentative on the U.N.'s Human
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Rights Commission under Presi-
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Friday. May 7. 1971
sjsi i mm : m
i ['"(in BJSJI
y/ie r\abbi C^>peahs J-rom J he f^Hipit
MMHMIIMMttWMIMMlMMMMMMHMB*
You Will Be Holy
obbi Rosenield
KABB1 DAVID ROSKNFELD
ll \i intereaiSM to-trotf Hm^ this
'k's Sedrah, Kedoshim, opens
. lh these words: 'KKDOSHIM
' HYOO' (You Shall be holyi.
The Torah does
not use the Im-
perative form
"H e y a o Kedo-
shim." .is a com-
mand, hut rath-
er the future
trn.se "Tiheyoo"
as a statement of
assurance that
you will lx> holy.
Why the future
tense? Are we
tut already holy
virtue of the
I X im stilled In us? From
tin that the
vine spark is only a potential of
dusah, given to us tor the pur-
of development and fulfill-
i.t of its ultimate goal, namely
I emulation of the Almighty
K mseh*.
Therefore, G-d has set out for
u- tli-- ways and means through
which we may attain the highest
:ree of Kedush. In the words:
i KODOSH AM HASHEM"
(Because I. your Lord, am Holyi.
This is what we have to strive for,
llati G-d, as (",-d is merciful
and kind, so rnusl we learn to bo.
! following the precepts empha-
sized in Kedoshim:
Lxho ol fellow man. respect for
ts, respect for elders, Integ-
rity of conduct, humane treatment
ol the stranger and the poor, eth-
ics :n trade and business, leading a
moral life, observing the Sabbath
Judaism is a way of a good and > RABBI SAME rX J. FOX
decent life, a sanctified life, which
leads to the spiritual and physicaT^M h> is it rorli perfection and the ennoblement of: dying man alone \vhMi it is evi-
one's character. '"nt that he bdytag?
CANDtELIGHTING TIME
s**^*****^*^*^^^^^^*^^^
An example of true Kedusah
was performed by the second pres-
ident of Israel. Ben Zvi The story-
is told that when Ben Zvi was
elected president, he returned
home at night and found a sentry
in front of his home, marching up
and down. He asked him what the
purpose was. The young sergeant
replied that he was sent to do
guard duty in front of the home
of the president. Ben Zvi went
; into his house: the night was cold.
After a few minutes the president
went out and said: "Look here, it
is cold tonight, won't you come In
and at least have some hot tea?"
The young soldier replied: "I can-
not leave my post, orders are
! orders." The president re-entered
| his house, told his wife to make
some tea. went out again and said
' to the soldier: "Look here. I have
got an ide i. You go in and have
some tea and I'll stand outside
with your gun and take your post."
Here is a man with a sense of
values that stem from a tradition
which is based upon equality and
humanity, preached by our Hjly
Torah.
"Holy hi' shall be" does not Im-
ply exclusiveness or snobbishness.
It is a pr< mise for the leading of
a good life: as jn-rfect alive as
humanly possible, As Rabbi Cook
wrote, "I love everyone. In my
Inner depths, I wish for all man's
glory, all man's perfection."
Dr. Joffe Is Speaker
Dr. Samuel Z. Jaffe. spiritual
leader of Temple Beth El, Holly-
wood, addressed the Psychologists
College of the State of Virginia
on "Counselling The Deeply Dis-
turbed and The Edlerly" recently.
The annual meeting in Virginia
Beach was attended by staff mem-
bers of the State Department of
Mental H-alth.
The general rule of ethics in the
matter of behavior towards one's
fellow man is that the more help-
less a human being is. the greater
is the responsibility of his fellow
man to take care of him and to
stand by him.
When a person reaches that
stage near death, when he is prac-
tically totally helpless, the com-
munity has an obligation to be
sure that hi' is not left alone since
he is unable to help himself or
proteel himself. Thus, one must
never leave a human corpse alone
without a watchman in attendance
the corpse not being able to pro-
tect or defend itself.
Likewise, when a human being
is near death, he is practically to-
tally helpless and should never be
left alone. Some authorities claim
that the soul, when it departs
from the body, should never de-
part in loneliness (Kol boi.
This possibility may likewise
indicate the helplessness of the
body when the soul departs. The
watchman or on-looker thus take--
the place of the soul in being con
corned with the body until it is
safely buried.
Remsen Guest Speaker
Stephen J. Remsen, chairman of
the Jewish Labor Committee of
Greater Miami, was to be guest
speaker at the meeting of the
I.ebedikor Branch of the Farband
Lal>or Zionist Movement, Thurs-
day, at 8 p.m. in the Washington
Federal Auditorium, 1234 Wash-
ington Ave.. Miami Bench. His
topic will be "Jewish Labor Com-
mittee Today." Max Gleiberman.
executive director of the Jewish
Labor Committee of Greater Mi-
ami, will also speak.

SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
AcharaiKedoshim
' And the Lord spoke unto Moses, after the death of the two
ions of Aaron ." (Chapters XVI-XVIIH.
DAY OF ATONEMENT: After the death of Nadab and
Abihu. Aaron was given a strict warning to enter the Holy of
Holies onee a year only, on the tenth day of the seventh month.
On this day. atonement was made for the sins of the commun-
ity, including the priesthood.
Two he-goats had been provided by the people for their sin-
offering, and the high priest cast lots to determine which w
to be sacrificed. He laid his hand on the head of the other animal.
over which he confessed all the sins of the people, and it was
then set loos.- in the wilderness, symbolizing the removal of sin
and guilt from the community. Finally, having resumed his dis-
tinctive garments. Aaron offered his own burnt-offering and
the burnt-offering of the people.
The commandment was given for the anniversary of the da)
to be observed permanently as a most solemn Sabbath when
every member of the house of Israel was to afflict himself by
fasting. Tiiis is the origin of the Yom Hakiupiuim that we ob-
serve to this day.
PERSONAL CHAS1TY: In the Divine legislation dealing
with the sin of immoral behavior the phrase "I am the Lord
your God" is repeated a number of times to serve as a constant
reminder Unit His people were to maintain a high standard of
purity and holiness. They were not to be influenced by the im-
moral practices in Egypt which they had left, nor practice th"
abominations of Canaan where they were to settle. The forbid-
den degrees of marriage listed in this section transgress th.1
Law of God and are particularly unnatural and repellent. Adult-
ery and other sins are likewise condemned. Other nations were
destroyed because they defiled themselves by such loathsome
conduct a similar treatment would be meted out to Israel if
they did the same. The precept of holiness' emphasizes the con-
duct and relationship between man and man as well as the re-
lationship between man and God.
. .!
Dean Olson To Be Heard
By Young Republican Club
B. G. Olson, dean of University
Relations and Development at
Florida International University
here will speak on the topic "Birth
of a University" before the Dade
County Young Republican Club
meeting Monday at 8 p.m. in the
Monte Carlo Restaurant. 2235 W.
Flagler St.
Mr. Olson, a former newspaper
and magazine owner, established
the University of Alaska Press In
1966 and operated his own public
relations firm before joining the
Florida International staff.
U-M Student AIPAC Policy
Conference Participant
Bruce J. Goldstein represented
I the University of Miami at the
American Israel Public Affairs
Committee's annual policy confer-
ence last week in Washington. D.C
He was one of several hundred
delegates who attended briefing
sessions and meetings held to for-
mulate policies aimed at strength-
ening U.S. Israel rotations The
group was addressed by the top
leadership of both the Senate and
the House and honored Israel's
Ambassador Yitzhak Rabin at two
luncheons one attended by Sen-
ators, the other by Represents
tives.
1
F^eliqious <3<
ersnees
EMANU-EL (TEMPLE). 1701 Wash-
ington Am. Conservative. Rabbi Irv-
ing Lehrman. Canter Zvi Adler 24
Friday 5 p.m., 8:30 p.m. Gurxi praaOh-
er, Hal.l.j Solomon Schlff Topie: "In
Survival Enoujth?" Saturday am
Dr. r.-hrman will preach on "Heart
ami Hearth A Tribute to Mother "
tO :<" a m Bar Mitzvuh: Peter Bruce,
.JVU of Mr and Mrs ,S:i:muml Wi-ln-
MIAMI
AH A VAT SHALOM CONGREOA.
TION. 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox
Cantor Aron Ben Aron. 1
OH OLOM (Tempi*) g/gflj S.W. 16th
rc ulum iiempie) 8/as s.w. loth '____ r.rN5lv. An/, _
St. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph Glix. ^BREW ACADEMV. 2400 Plnatre*
man ,, Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
" Gross. 2s .
ANSHE EMES. 2532 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowitz 2
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
KTein
------- 14
BETH AM (Temple;. 5950 N. Kan-1 FrIdas 8:15 p.m. Topic by Blatarhood1
dll Dr s. Miami. Reform. Rabbi prealdenl Mrs. Alan Oreenapan: "Our
Herbert Baumgard, Cantor Micheal Oallanl Jewish Mothera". Services
Kyrr. dedicated to Bothers/ Day,
ET.HA.V.!?' sfiHi SW, ft-fitt TIFERETH JACOB (Temple). 951 E.
TIFFRETH ISRAEL. 6500 N Miami | CONG. AN.NELL (Branch ot He-
brew Academy). 7th St. and Meri-
dian Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham
Ben-Hillil. 25.A
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau
i ,,i.> IS p.m. Sermon: '"Tin Veai
2002What Kind or A Family Will
W.- Have?" Saturday 9 am Bar
Mitsvah: Randall Cole, son of Mr and
Joaeph role.
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortha-
ax. 6
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BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Ben Oickson 6
Saturday 8:45 m Topic "Why
Glorification Af!.-r Death "' I II n m
"Portion of Law." 7:1S pin : "Who
Is Holy
ZION (TEMPLE). 6000 Miller Rd
Conservative. Rabbi Norman U. Sha-
piro. Cantor Richard S. Browdy. 16
KYiil.iy ::. p.m. Saturday t am. Bar
MITzv.-ili Robert, m of Mr anil Mrs
Kalman Roaenbara;,
4th Ave. Conservative
15
NORTH MIAMI
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
13600 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
Rabbi Joseph Gorflnkel, Cantor
Ben Zion Kirschenbaum. 35
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MIAMI BEACH
BETH TOV (Temple). 6438 SW 8th Ar.m.TU ,, _
St. Conservative Rabbi Simon ; *,U*J." '5:RA,EL7.7801 Carlyle AveJ
April. Cantor Seymour Hinkea t
Piidaj x l r> p.m. Ouaal speaker Mr
Irwln Husnel tonic: "The Effect
ol Changing Time*" followed by Ones
si.ahi.at Moated bj Blatarhood and
T- mple.
ISRAEL (Temple) OF GREATER
Miami. 1S7 NE 1th Street. Reform.
Rabbi Joaeph R Narot. 10
V'..da\ I !.". p m Topic: Joshua. The
lath Booh ol the Torah"
ISRAELITE CENTEH. S175 SW 28th
St. Coneervative. Rabbi Avrom L.
Srazin Cantor Nathan Parnase. 11
Orthodox. Rabbi Issac Ever.
17
Thit peg* i* prepared m
cooperation with the Great*?
Mi.imi Rabbinical Aiiociation.
Coordinator of 'he feature!
af-ejnnn here it
RABBI MAXWELL BERGER
Spiritual Leade* of
CeralGaWe.
BETH ISRAEL. HO 40th St. Orthodox
Rabbi Berel Wein ig
I ------
BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swtr.'
aky. Cantor Maurice Mamchea. It
BETH RAPHAEL (TEMPLE). 1545
Jefferson Ave. Conservative Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh 20
BETH SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 4144
Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kronish. Cantor David Cenviser 21
Friday 7:45 p.m. Topic: "Druirs and
Jewish Valued." Saturday H>:4." am
Bat .Mitzvah: Lori lllae Kaen, daught-
er of Mr. and Mrs Paul Rouen
BETH TPILAH 936 Euclid Ave. Or
thodox. Rabbi tfuseph E. Rackov-
ky ____ 22
BETH YOSEPHCHAIM CONGREGA-
TION, S43 Meridian Avenue. 22-A
CUBAN HEBKEW CONGREGATION.
1242 Washington Ave Orthodox.
Rabbi Dow Rozencwaig
JACOB C. WHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
Cantor Meyer Engel. 26
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Evclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Self 27
MENORAH (TEMPLE). 620 75th St
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Canter Nico Feldman 28
Friday H.J0 p.m. Saturday < a rn Mar
Mitzvah: Steve Waohholder, son of
Mr and Mrs. Victor Wachholdei
NER TAMJD (TEM"!,f-), 80th St mo
Tatum Waterway. Conservative
Rabbi tugene Labovitz Cantor Ed-
ward Xleln. 20
Friday *or. p.m Bar......i .\i ithei
\\ ho I 'a i -
OHEV SHALOM. /055 Bonlta Dr
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber-
man. ^v_ 3C
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ISH CENTER. 645
bbi Sadi Nahrmas. 31
CONGREGATION 'eTZ CHAIM. 1542
44 Washington N.v*. Rabbi Avrohom
Rabbi Ralph P. Kmgaley. Canter
Irvino Shulkea.
Friday 1:15 p.m Topic "Dear .lews.
Why 1 Prayer Such A Problem?"
Saturday 10:30 am Bat Mitzvah:
Beta? (iln kman. dauxhu-r of Mr and
Mrs. iuin Olickman
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18151 NE.
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah F.
Caplan. gg
Friday 5:30 p.m. Saturday 9 a m Ser-
mon: Tin Stranger in iur Midst"
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER
MIAMI. 90 NE 171st St. Orthodox
Rabbi Naftali Porush. 30
Saturday am liar Mitzvah: Harold
rrischman. .son of Mr. and Mr.- Julius
FrlKchman. Sermon: "Ilolinetui is
Poaalble for Everyone"
CORAL GABLES
JUDEA (TEMPLE) 5500 Granada
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Morris Kipper 40
Friday S p.m. Family Worship and
Hebrew School Graduation. Saturdav
U:15 am Bar Mitzvah: Steven
Fletcher, eon of Dr and Mrs Herbert
i li t, her.
ZAMORA (TEMPLgl) 44 zamora Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell Berger
Cantor Nathan Zoiondek. 41
FT. LAUDiRDAlE
BETH ISRAFL (TEMPLE\ 547 t
2% *"? Pirk Blyd- R*ob' Sheldor.
Edwards. Cantor Maurice Neu. 42
EMANU-EL. S24S W. Oakland Park
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Arthur J. Ah-
rame. Cantor. Jerome Klement. 43
POMFANO BEACH
SHOLOM (TEMPLE) 132 SE 11th Avs
Conservative. Ranbi Morris A. bkoo
Cantor Erneat Schreiber W
SURFSIDE
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION
9293 Harding Ave., Surfside, Town
Hall Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac D Vine.
50
nAtlANDALE
HALLANDAI.E JEWISH CENTE*.
12 N. E. 1st Ave. 44
HOLLYWOOD
BETH EL (TEMPLE) 1351 S- 14 Avs
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. 4S
Friday S:1R p.m. Topic: "Jaratni
Letter Fioni 1'iison"
BETH SHALOM (TfMPLrV 1f2S
Monroe 8t. Conservative Rabbi
Morton Malavsky. Cantor Irving
Gold. 4*
SINAI (TEMPLE). 1201 Johnson St.
Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro.
Cantor Yehudah Hellbraun. 47
MMAMAR
ISRAEL (TEMPLE) 6920 S.W. J5th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Elliot J. Wino-
grad. Cantor Abraham Koeter. 4S
MARGATE
MARGATE JEWISH CENTER. 6101
N.W. 9th St.
SEPHARDIfJPj
Collins Avs.
Qroner.
M
NORTH BAV^ VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER, 1730 79th Street Cause-
way, North "ar-Village Conserva-
tive Cantor Carl Bender. 32-A
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
*1ATH YJSH'JfUN (TEMPLE). 1025
N. E. Miami Gardens Drive. Con-
servative. Rabbi Milton Schlinsky
Cantor Nathan.el Schub.
sky
S3
BETH TORAH Nt 164th St. at 11th
Ave Conservative. Rabbi Max Lio-
achita. Cantor Jacob Renzer. 34
B-NAI RAPHABL. 1401 NW 183rd St
Conservative. Rabbi Charles Rubel
Cantor Jack Lerner. g,
SlW5iaM (T4Ea?'PyLa5 a 1SS01 N.E. ZJnd-^venue. Reform
rCabbinical Je/evision Program*
M '.' Ch. 10, 9:30 am. The Jewish Worship Hour
Host: Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Temple Beth
Shalom
Mn> !) Ch. 7. 10 a.m. The Still Small Voice
Topic: "Minor Holidays I.iy-B'omer, to
B'sheval
Host: Rabbi Milton Schlinsky. Temple Adath
Yeshurun
Guest: Rabbi Tibor Stem, Jacob C. Cohen
Community Synagogue
Ma, 9 Ch. 4, 8:30 a.m. The First F^tate
Subject: "How Goes the War On Poverty"?
Guest Isaac Withers
Host: Rev. Luther C. Pierce
Panel: Rabbi Sol Landau and Rev. Jack Cassidy
"t-i'-i I R ,..-; I .-, (,


T>_____II H
Friday. May 7, 1971
*Jeisti Flcridiom
Page 11-A

Smolar Journalism Award
Is Established By CJF
SEW YORK (JTA) The
Smolar Award for E&cVHenfe In
American Jewish Journalism has
BORIS SMOLAR
t> esl eblished by the Council of
Jewish Fcns and Welfare
Funds, Max M Fisher of Detroit,
II PW lit. has announced.
The award, named in honor ol
B iris Smolar. noted journalist and
writer and currently Editor-in-
Emeritus of the Jewish Tel-
egraphic Agency, will recognize
each year outstanding writing and
reportage dealing particularly with
American Jews ,nu\ American Jew-
ish communal developments and
I will honor the more than half-;
fui-y 6'r dlstlnguIsKc'd service
[rendered by Similar to the Amer-
ican Jewish i,ivss and the Ameri-
can Jewish community, it will be I
presentei at the CJFs General
Assemblies.
The specific procedures tnd eli-
gibility standards for the Smolar
Award will he determined by a
con'.nit lee to he designated by the
Council The membership of that
selective committee, comprising
- representatives of Jewish
and general press, arts and let-
ters, communal leadership and the
CJF Board, will determine the
aw ird recipients.
Mr. Sm ilar, whose litest book,
"Sovjcl Jewry Today and Tomor-
row" itlons based on a
leeeiit visit and his long familiarity
with the Russian scene will
soon be released by Macmillan, is
also the author of a number of
books, H writes the widely read
column. "Between You and Me"
which is syndicaled by the JTA to
thi American Jewish press and
also ippears overseas, and a Sun-
da} feature for the Jewish Daily
ard.
HANSH.
MARCUSE /Jj&V" { ,^5)
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Di'ictor
CATERINO
food & Beverrge
V. i
iovis witkih i C?) ; }//
saint nm '""'.."..'''*"
Saint drum
531-6061
-rtrf^
to*
KUHHOUl AT 25 it U SIS., UIUI IEA0J
Rabin Inaugurates
Effort To Produce
$40 Million In Cash
An extraordinary drive for Is-
| rnel Ronds to brine in a mini-
\ mum of $}(! million in cash be-
tween the end of April and the
! end of May, was launched by Is-
rael's Ambassador to the United
states. Yitzhak Rabin, in a tele-
I hone conference call from Wash-
ington. D.C., in which he spoke
to the community chairmen of Is-
t i-l Bond drives in 70 U.S. and
Canadian cities.
The telephone hook-up was un-
dertaken after a cable was re.
ei ived from Finance Minister
Pinchas Sapir, asking the organi-
zation to provide $40 million by
the end of May. Abraham Kein-
l>< ix. chairman of the board of di-
s. and I.eo Bernstein, execu-
tive vice president, were the two
leading Israel Bond officers who
participated in the telephone con-
feience originating at Israel's Em-
bassy in Washington, D.C.
The ST.'t million in Israel Bond
commitments already on the books
will be tapped at once for what-
ever cash is available, the leaders
said, and campaign activities in
the coming weeks will emphasize
the need for immediate cash.
If you're rich
and beautiful,
why aren't we
having an affair?
It could be the perfect affair. And it should be. After all, we're
talking about the most important moments in your life. Your
daughter's wedding. Your son's confirmation. The one big party
of the season.
At times like these, you deserve the Eden Roc. The figures
may come to a little more, but would you really settle for any-
thing less?
Our catering director, Charlotte Horn, is without peer on
The Beach. Please don't hesitate to call her for advice, for spe-
cialized attention, and for a chance to look over the magnificent
new Cotillion Room.
Eden Roc
Hotel, Yacht and Cabana Club.
Ocean from 45th to 47th Street On the new Miami Beach
Charlotte Horn, JE 2-2561.
New trustees of Mount Sinai Hospital are congratulated by
its principal officers during the annual membership meet-
ing. From left are Max Orovitz, chairman of the board;
newly elected trustees Louis Hand and Sydney Levison,
and Samuel Friedland. president of the hospital. Also
named to the board was State Rep. Louis Wolfson II.
\bur little girl
is getting married.
At last.
Will it be a small wedding and a big reception, or vice versa?
After all, there are a lot of relieved girl friends and rejected boy
friends that have to be accommodated, one way or another.
Either way. there are no two ways about who should handle
the affair. Who else but the Deauville? For the affair of the
season...be it wedding, reception, confirmation, banquet, meet-
ing or gala, no one can touch the Deauville for elegance of
service and cuisine, and the downright luxury of the surroundings.
And we never let down our standards. Whether you invite
25 or 3500 guests. Can your little girl have been that popular?
Deauville
Call Al Sicherer/Executive Ftod Director/ 865 8511
Ocean at 67th Street On the new Miami Beach
(F ITS
WORTH
A
PARTY...
IT'S WORTH
DOING RIGHT.
and when you have your
special occasion party at
the Moi'mjrhe Hotel it
II ; no! on i right, 3,:!
per'ect And you'll hive
the reputation ol being a
perfect bostess' Oelecta
ble tools served in ele
|antsurroundings Service
reminscent of a Bntish
butler An atmosphere as
luiur-ots as that ol a Cor
onation Ball And you'll
reign supreme without a
worry in the world be
cause your paity is at the
IE
CALL Catering Manager
532 1731
47|ti St 4. C9M.lit ftffl ,
m,j- ificn
'mr
The world-famous Starlight Roof, or the elegant Mediter-
ranean Room at Doral On-the-Ocean... The breathtaking
Grand Ballroom, or the exquisite Conquistador Room at
fabulous Doral Country Club... These and other beautiful
settings can be yours for weddings, banquets, receptions
and confirmations, complemented by gourmet cuisine and
flawless service... in the Doral tradition.
DOR/VLON-THE-OCmi
Telephone Mr. Carlos Fernandez at 532-3600
IXDRrXLGOUNTTEfGIJUB
Telephone Mr. David Kovac at 888-3600
1

The Pleasure of
your affair is
HOTEL
ontainebleau
MIAMI BACH, FLORIDA
. MAGNIFICENT FACILITIES /
..SUPERB SERVICE / GOURMET
-CUISINE ALL AVAILABLE AT
* SENSIBLE PRICES.

BILL GOLDRING
( l TER1NG IHRKUroil
538-8811


Page 12-A
+Jenlst> HcrMHntr
Friday, May 7. 1971
H
1
Jennie^6rossinger
Mother's Day Host
Nationally famous philanthropist I
and benefactress Mrs. Jennie !
Grossinger will once again h' i
the Greater Miami Women's Auxil-i
iary's annual Mother's Day party |
at the Jewish Home for the A"d j
Douglas Gardens. 151 NE 32nd St., I
Sunday at 1:45 p.m.
Mrs. Lawrence Silverman, Auxil-'
iary president, will give the mes- |
sage of welcome to residents and |
guest<: Mis. So] Silverman. hon-'
orary life president of the auxil'ary
will present each resident with i
gift.
Mrs. Louis Makovsky has ar-1
ranged a program featuring Lou i
Baxter as master of ceremonies
(courtesy of Luci'ine Hotel I and
Chris Pengero, accordionist.
The public is cordially invited to '
attend this party and to make e
tour through the grounds and
buildings of the Home.
CLUB PARTY TIME
is NOW at the
Wonderful World ot
BANQUETS PARTIES
LUNCHEONS
#> MEETINGS m
Fahuloas Dinini Facilities
Private Areas & Gardens
American & Cantoneso
Menu at All Times
Authentic Native Show
RESTAURANT and 6AR0ENS
US I JUST NOITH OF GUl'STIIAM f ARK
HAM. S45-04W BhOrVARO 4AJ-..-UI
50
JAMNttf
rrimt lirloin tttok ..
mmd J a panel* ///
ticiti.il
MIAMI
SPRINGS
VILLAS
MIUIUI MHII

KOSHER CATERERS
Under Rabbinical Supervision
BAR MITZVAHS
WEDDING PARTIES
SPtCtAUZING IN HOM CATERING
AHD HOJtL WORK
888-3469 and
888-3460
If No Answer Dial 866-4T220
400 SWALLOW DRIVE,
MIAMI SPRINGS
Make Mother's J3a>
an iiriforgettable event
SCMtCMTlB > MtHSCM-*
NEW M. 1M11HMUV RESTAURANT
Delicious Food and Oven-Fresh Pastries
To Please Mom and All the Family!
Special 7 Course
Deluxe $050 per
Dinner
person
PLUS A COMPLIMENTARY
MOTHER'S DAY CAKE
FOR EACH MOTHER
Sunday, May 9th Enjoy Mouth-Watering Meals
(Like Mother Used to Make). Courteous Service.
Friendly Atmosphere In Our Completely Re-
decorated Restaurant, Open 2 PM to 8 P.M.
.1451 Collins Ave. Miami Beach PHONE 532 5215
mstefe
<7 may 9th
Let's get Mom out of the kitchen
So give her something she'll rejlly
appreciate this Mother's Day. A
banquet dinner with all the trim-
mings. And all Mom has to do is
savor and enjoy it. No pots. No
pans. Just a great meal seasoned
. generously with love.
Mom can choose from this delicious menu:
Roast Beef Turkey Ham
Vegetables Potatoes Salad
Desserts Beverages
3uffet All you can eat.
Children under 10
-----------_-;**
$2.75
JEWISH-AMERICAN CUISINE
THAT MADE THE FAMOUS
FAMOUS
WORLD RENOWNED
Your Hosts
The lerners,
The Zuckermans
anl Larry Winkler
PRIVATE
DINING ROOMS
AVAILABLE
^^ RKSTUKWT
531-3917 171 Wishing on Art, M.I.
The Studio Restaurant
LUXURIOUS DINING
ELEGANT FRENCH CUISINE
For Something New and Different in Our Miami Area
2340 S.W. 32nd Ave. 443-2536
CoM For Information Before Going To The Theatre
If YOU THINK YOU'VE HAD GOOD
CHINESE FOOD BEFORE...TRY
CHRISTINE LEE'S GASLIGHT
WE ALSO SERVE THE fINEST STEAKS IN MIAMI
located in the Golden Strand Hotel
179th Street and Collins Avenue
Reservations Call 945-9075
Suggested 947-5661
FOR SPECIAL MOTHERS. SPECIAL GIFTS
1. Oldest Mother: "A Miracle 'Moi'ning" at J. Baldi
Sheraton Four-Ambassadors
2. Youngest Mother: Shampoo-set styling by J. Baldi
Sheraton Four-Ambassadors O
3. Mother who travels greatest dhrtahce: Weekend for 2
Sheraton Four-Ambassadors ..,;<
4. Mother who travels shortest distance: Dinner for 2
Sheraton-Four Ambassadors
5. Mother with largest family: Tom Turkey
Compliments of Sheraton-Four Ambassadors
6. Mother with the most girls: Gift certificate from
Evelyn of Lucaya, Sheraton Four Ambassadors
7. Mother with most boys: Gift certificate from
Manunique (Men's Shop) Sheraton-Four Ambassadors
8. Door Prize: Gift Certificate Fabunique Gift Shop
Sheraton-Four Ambassadors
9. Door Prize: Flowers from Heritage, Florist
10. Door Prize: Admission for two, including massage,
at Health Club Sheraton-Four Ambassadors
Bring Mom anytime from 11:30 to 3:30 P.M. /s-\
Reservations accepted but not necessary. ^ j
Phone: 377-1966 "J^rf
Shei^Uon-FourArnl>a}!Jack)i,s
----------.;. 801 SOUTH BAYSHOfjlIiNt AMI '.CHILA
SHERATON H0ULS AND- UOTO* INNS. WOBLOi Ml KRVICI 01 in
-----------------ca-----------;--------2------------
SWEDEN HOUSE-
SMORGASBORD
"ALL YOU CARE TO EAT"
DINNER $2.75
MONDAYS Through SATURDAY 4:30-9:00
SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS 11:30-9:00
FEATURING NIGHTIY
Our Huge Roott of rWef (Hond Carved!)
e Authentic Swtdiih MealbolU
e Tail* Templing Golden Fr.ed Chicken
Herring Filleli in Sour Cream
Chopped Chicken liver
PIUS All OF TH SPARKtING SAtADS AND
APPETIZERS FOR WHICH WE AM FAMOUS
LUNCHEON s1.45
MONDAY through SATURDAY 11:00 -3:00
COCKTAILS SPECIAL PRICES
BANQUET ROOMS FOR CHILDREN
14875 SO. DIXIE HWY. 238-8852
$
10
Servin
ing Authentic Italian Cuisine
Wll Italian
Restaurant
Dinners from $1.55
Wines-Beers-Cocktails
All Dishes Prepared to Order
13912 N.W. 7th Ave. Miami. 6U-9348
^ STAR VEGETARIAN &
DAIRY RESTAURANT. INC.
(Under the Original Ownership)
841 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach 538-0595
Featuring the Finest Jewish Dairy Specialties and a
Complete Line of Home Made Pastries
RUMANIAN CHEESE BAGEIS OUR SPECIALTY!
Serving Luncheon and Dinner 7 Days a Week
"A ROYAL TREAT TO MOTHER"
.->... W1TH A DEL,C'US DtNNIR AT THE
ROYAL HUNGARIAN EBB RESTAURANT
DRINKS ON THE HOUSE
731 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach-Telephone 53t-5401


Iday, May 7. 1971
Unis* HortdHtnr>
Page 13-A

Starting to-knight you can enjoy the most outstanding^
dinner in the most elegant surroundings in the kingdom!
*i
the long awaited L)

23rd
Restaurant *f and Lounge
Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
NOW OPEN
Traditional Open-Hearth Cookery
BEEF/FISH/FOWL
r
A hearty greeting and a hearty meat, always!
Home Of the INDIVIDUAL LOAVES OF HOT, HOMEMADE BREAD
THE BOTTOMLESS COFFEE POT INCOMPARABLE SALAD
BOWL & DRESSINGS and an abundance of all!
FREE VALET PARKING
3 floors of indoor parking on the premises!
AMBIENCE is:
From 10:00 o'clock
KNIGHTLY
Surround Yourself
With Sound!
Dance or Listen!
It's the new mood
of the
..
FOR A SECOND
KNIGHT
ON THE TOWN
; to Nimiptfrt flttb
167th Street at
Collins Avenue
Miami Beach
AMERICAN EXPRESS/DINERS CLUB/AND OUR OWN CHARGE CARDS ACCEPTED.

/ _.. ~.i" j; I -1%
4/U-M-SO 6/7
4/H-2S-I0 5/T


Fcge 14-A
*Je*lsltrk)rkMewi
Friday, May 7. 1971
This Week In History .
M Tear* AK<> Thi-, wtoefki io:ii
The Bulletin of Jewish Statistics,
lilt, s,:id the Jewish population
. 9.785 million, led bj
imi, 3.135 million; European
i csia -'7 million: Rumania,
800.0CO md <: n inj 583.4 0 .! w ish delegation
headed bj Chlel Rabbi Angela Sac-
erdoti welcomed the new Jewish
i nmunities L bj awarding
medals to King Victor Emanuel,
Justice Minister A fredo Rocco and
1 .'.1 ssi ilini.
he 120th Jewish cemetery In
years was descrated in Ger-
1. ny.
ti-Semitic threats and at-
1 In Mi xico
'. n Mich lels in,
-1 \,: ran ;>> win the
Physics P lied in Pas 1-
1 at 79
\ us Ago This Week: 1961
S hum (i ildm iid< nt'
of Hie World Zionist Organiza-
tion, announced his "readiness" to
settle in Israel "shortly" and Join
the new Liberal Party.
1 German State Prosecutor
Dr. Frit/ Bauer said be had "posi-
tive evidence" that Martin Bor-
mann was hiding "s imewhere out>
side Gei 111 inj
British histoi. .11 Arnold Toynbee
said Zionism and anti-Semitism
represented "an identical paint ol
view i.e.. "The watchword of
anti-Semitism is Back to medie-
val apartheid'; the watchword of
Zionism is 'Hack to the medieval
-heito.' All the far-flung ghettos
of th world are to be gathered
into one patch of soil in Palestine,
to create a single, consol
ghetto."
Iliam Ftrley Smith, 20-year-
old Negro Baptist organist unable
lo read 1 com]
.iv.'iui l.i' Con-

N.J.

Mufflers
Spark Plugs
Carburetors
Water Pumps
Fuel Pumps
Ball Joints
Front End Parts
Brake Lining
Brake Parts
Shock Absorbers
30%-40%
50%
AND MORE
DISCOUNT
MIAMI'S OLDEST
PARTS HOUSE
Batteries
AND ALL YOUR AUTOMOTIVE NEEDS
SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE $
BUILDING? REMODELING?
WE BUILD FLORIDA ROOMS BATHS
BEDROOMS KITCHENS ^^^ SCREEN ENCLOSURES
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BROW-RD CALL COLLECT
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BANNER TIRE
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LATELY, THERE'S A LOT OF INTEREST
The Israeli prosecution presented
documentary evidence that Adolf
Elchmann personally ordered the
leportatlon to death camps of
French, Belgian and Dutch Jews,
United St.it.s Industrialist Is-
rael Rogosin announced he would
his 812.5 million Investment
In his rayon-nylon plant at Ah-
dod, Niael.
El Al took possession of it first
Boeing 707 intercontinental Jet
The Senate confirmed VV'ahvorth
Harbour as I'.S. ambassador to
[srael
An international youth center
was opened at the Anne Frank
Home in Amsterdam in the pres-
ence ol her father, Otto Frank.
Rabbl Shimon ben Eleazar Tre-
nlink, h 1 of the M iscow V -
shiva. the U.S.S.R's only Jewish
thcoloj li il sem narj lie l
r h 11 1 \Y ich Tt. 56. and B 1
Sc .'ili il '' -
: nsi
. re urt to
plicity
[ hundreds of L th-
naniai J
Overnight Airmail
Service Available
to i
numb i of the nati m's largi cil
1. been mad.' available to n s -
dents ol the Great 1 Mian i ai
iccordiriR to an ann tuncen
made last week bj Postmasl 1
K M. Dunlap.
dcDOsited In the
URMAIL 1 NIA eollcetlon boxi -
now located throughout the ana.
and in the airmail sluts in the
various blanches ol the post office. :
I p.m. "ill be delivered the !
following day in New York City.1
Boston, Mass., Newark. N.J.. Phil-
:.! iphl 1 Pa.. Etaltimore, Md.,
and Washington, D.C., provided
1 the ZIP 1 '< le is supplii d
Also on the lis' 1 I cities to
hii !. the in< -da;
..... Knoxville
md Mi mphis, Ti nn.: Cincii
Da 1; It
I'd '' ago, III., 1 Je-
ll It Mich., San Francisco, and
: A les, <':.:.: I
: '-'..ft Worth, Houston and San Ai -
i Texas
si
'nclud i tte, N.C., Char] s-
11. Florei G
S.<'.; \t-
, nl 1 ta. (lolumbus, M 1
Mobil and >l nl
I Sav inn il Ga Birmiti ham,
Ro ige and '
Nl \v I 11 I alls. I Kansas City
1 md the Floi
Gaincsv
m llle, L iki land.. Melbourne,
Orlando, Panama City, Pensacola,
Tallahassei. Tampa md West
. h.
_ Mony South FloAdo flnontiol in.Htg.ian,
SAVINGS ACCOUNIj i"-wK..h.in,.,l,01Bcniw.
jn w in w *-" 1 ^ Mnh. TH CMNH ^ HA$
NOT! Wa Hill pay you th. higtwtt intara*
.ot ollawad by taw and Comer
Bonk Cartif,caa ol Dapotit ara alia
axcaflant invattmentt yielding ^ ^jaii
raturm. Coll lha Comar Bonk af Miomi
taoch ol 534-1577 ITS IN Y0UI MST
INTHfST.
r
SPECIAL
10% DISCOUNT
I
ON ALL
WALLPAPER
FEATURING THE UN-
1ST IN PAINTS. VAK
NISHES AND STAINS
CALIBRATED AND
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COLORS.
LATEST COLLECTION IN WALLCOVERINGS
MIAMI PAINT CENTER
$ -'(WIN Will"
FAINIS
Wallpaper
22 S.W. 67th Ave.
Phone 261-611
J
WECOVcRALL SPECIALISTS
FOR
1 IN
654-2540
1313 Coral Way,
Miami
625-2848
6363 Johnson St .
West Hollywood, Fl.i
FOR GOQD GOVERNMENT
Li ERNIE
JONES
NORTH MIAMI COUNCILMAN CROUP 1
* PLATFORM *
1. Kcrp the City out ol the Rrol Estate Buiinei. by stepping pel .rxcr.no.
and vona .ces granted the h-.ise developers who c,e SklSret ,g tS-
KtAL community volues ol North Miami.
2. St.engthcn the Council's ccnlrol over the City Morogcr c.-,d the Cty Attorney,
funrtio^. I^mh. u A ^ """V ,hc Ci, *fno9cr and F... tl.e .o..ou C.l,
functions f. om being sold down the river to Metro.
4 ^.V* "HI SH^ PC"I<, nd '"t"omo f'om bwJ -old to ond dtWcd by ih* ,=; k .. 'tr-
U with the connivance ol Cty OHicioWom. P""U p
51B&ZS*$& 9t upp*rm11 when LE.lTc. l^nC$ Sremn,yrfW* cr ,8 li9ht ,or these P'intipols when cUcttd c$
your Councilman in Group One. So Help Me God!
ON MAY 11th PULL LEVER 9-A
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|| /31 Washington Avmw, iwiami mt^^mgmm *' H


Friday. May 7, 1971
"v^r^WSff? wwOTtCjncifl
Pcrcp lo*A
lEGAt HOTKI
notice of action
the circuit court of the
[.pventh judicial circuit
* of florida in and for
daoe county.
civil action 71-8166
suit for divorce
KkmELINA schuckbr,
I ,,'..,all.
Iborgbj. 8CHOCKBR.
[I..;. i.dalll
*id**$F6&mmm
..... N TSttf Wo
I:, adlng. Penna. 19604
u GEORGE .1 BCHUCKBR an
. .1 that a Hill "f Com-
. .,,, for Divorce has been riled
rji.p.-t you, and you are required to
I of your Anau er or l '> ad
Ulll of Complaint on the
I .,,, mu >\ SIDNEY EFRON-
.,",.. ,.: Ainsle} Ruililiim. Miami,
3S13i! and file the original
Insu
LEGAL NOTICE

ill
i
|lel
i
Mllll fill
. pi< adlng in the office uf
the Circuit Court on or
: da) ol Jane, 1971. If you
do bo, Judgment by default
taken against you for tin
li-manded In the Hill of Com-
notli shall be published once
for four consecutive works
ri'F JEWISH FI.OKIDIAN.
1 > ',: \SD ORDERED at -Miami.
It .-tii day "f April a D
, it LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
,,, uit Court, Dadi County. Florida
rjj c p COPELAND
Deputy Clerk
i i -..in .-..,..
| ". BKRONSON
\imdej Ruildinc.
Florida 331
v for Plaintiff
M 5/7-14-21
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-1124
(Frank B. Dowling)
NOTICE OF PROBATE
): Estate ol
< > 11 KAPLAN
_ i. i .i
IE STATE OF FLORIDA:
Al.l. PERSONS INTERESTED
THE ESTATE OF SAM) DB< B-
NT
i ii are hereby notified thai m
Ii.ii Instrumi nt purporting to be
|Ihsi u lit null testament of said de-
bar been admitted t<> probate
ild Court. You are hereby com-
ied within six calendar month*
it',- date of the first publication
|lu> notb-e to appear in said Court
show cause, if any you can, why
nid will to probate should not
unrevoked.
PRANK B lxiw I.IMi
County Judge
By: MKl.l'.A C, DICE
Clerk
|ir-.t publication of this notice on
I 16th day of April. 1071.
ERS KAPLAN. PORTER,
VlNSi'N" & KEN IN
brneys for Executors
a W Is) Street
Imi. Florida 33130
C J Seal
4 16-33-30 5 7
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
MCE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
faderahrned desiring to engage
tinea* under the fictitious name
CITY MOVERS nt 9100 M.W.
Court, Miami. Florida Intends
:ister said name with the clerk
On uit Court of Hade County,
urtdu.
HOWARD MARTIN
4/16-23-30 5'7
NOTICE OF ACTION
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-7014
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
IANIBL TBNROBEN
plaintiff
v.i
111.I.IAN TENROSBN
pefendanl
fiouverneur Avenue
Bronx, New York, li>4ii7
You, LILLIAN TBNROBEN, are
ir.-hy notified that a Hill of Com-
llamt for Divorce has been filed
Kainst you. and you are required to
copy of your Answer or
(leading to the Hill of Complaint on
Plaintiff's attorney, harry 7.V-
HRNICK, 420 Lincoln Road. Miami
tach. Florida 33139 and file the
jrinal Answer or Pleading In the
Ice of the Clerk of the Circuit
t>urt on or before the 17 day of
y, 1971. If you fall to do so,
i! by default will be taken
iiinst you for the relief dmainJ-d In
Hill of i 'oniplaint
this notice shall he published once
we.-k for four consecutive week*
HE JEWISH KT ORIDIAN.
fcNE AND ORDERED at Miami
this IS day of April AD
C.urt Seal)
B LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
lit Court. Dade County, Florida
By: I.. SNEBDEN
ivnuty Clerk
|RT ZFK EUNICE
Tooln Rond
Beai h. Florida
4'16-23-30 5/7
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 71-6495
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
JAMES K PURVIS,
Plaintiff,
vs.
ROMONA A PURVIS,
Defendant.
Yol- ItoMOXA A. PCRVI8, Resi-
unknown. ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
10 file your written defense to this
divorce with the Court's Clerk and
serve a copy upon Plaintiffs Attor-
neys VON ZAMFT & SMITH, 1512
Capital Hank Bldg., Miami. Florida
on or h.foie the 14th dav of May,
1971. els. in.- Complaint will be taken
.1* confessed
DATED' APRIL 5 1971
E B. LEATHERMAN. CLERK
rIY It. M KISSEE
I nulv Clerk
H 'ii II I Court Seal)
4 16-23-30 5/7
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.
vs.
M< >REY 1. MARCUS,
I defendant
Ti >: Mi >REY I. MARCUS
i "l ionald Marcus
fit Baal "C str.et
Poi t Hueneme, i 'allfornia
You MOREY L. MARCUS are
hereby notified that a Hill of Coin-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you, and you are required to
serve copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the p.iii of Complaint on
Hie Plaintiff- Attorney, SHBRWIN
STAUBBR, ESQ. Suite No 214 r.n
Uncoln Road. Miami Beach, Florid*
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing In the office ,.f the Clerk of the
Circuit Court "a or before the lith
dav of May. 1971 If V"U f.ul 10 do so.
Judgment by default will he taken
againsl you for the relief demanded
in the Hill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published nnee
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEW 1SII PL OR II M AX
DOVE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, tins 6th dav of April. A I"
1971.
K It LEATHERMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Court.
Dadl CountV. Florida.
By: c P COPELAND
ii.-i.utv Clerk
lilt Court Si
SHBRWIN STAUBBR ESQ.
3R0 I incnln Rond
Miami Beach, Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff.
4 16-23-80 :. 7
UGA1 NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CtHCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
NO. 71-7397
LILLIAN COPLAN,
Plaintiff,
HARRY'A. COPLAN,
Defendant
To: HARRY A. COP1 AN
12 C Ashley House
LockWood Drive
Chnrlesti.il. South Carolina
Ydu Hfe hereby notified llv.il .1
Complain I for Divorce has been filed
againsl you. and you are required
to serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the O
1'laintiffs attorney,
FRUMKES. 42" Mm
II. a. Ii. Florida, and
Answer or Pleading
LEGAL NOTICE

LEGAL NOTICE
mplainl on th
ABBOTT AND
lln Road. Miami
file the original
the office of
| the Clerk of the Circuit Court op or
before the 26th day of May. 1971. If
, you fall to do so. Judgment by de-
fault will he taken againsl you for
Hi.- relief demanded 111 ihe Complaint
Dated at Miami, Florida this luth
day of April. 1971.
i: H LEATHERMAN. Clerk,
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
By: i. SNBEDEN
I >i nulv i 'lerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
ABBOTT AND PRUMKBS
Attorneys for Plaintiff
420 I incoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
I 23-30 ". 7-14
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-7436
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
-Mil.TON M, 8WIDLER,
Plaintiff,
vs
1m IRIS SWIDLER,
I >< fl lldant
Tl i: I" iris SWIDLER
l IS I 'Id Short Hills Road.
Ant 387
West 'range, \. w Jersey 07052
You. DORIS SWIDLER, are hereby
notified that a Hill of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed againsl you.
and you are required to servt a cops
of your Answer r Pleading to the
Hill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs
attorney, FRANK EL \- AVRACH,
A 42" Lincoln Road. Sle 130.
Miami Beach, Florida. 33139, and
file the original Answer or Pleading
in the office ol the clerk of the Ctr-
< ttit Court on or before the 26th
day of May. 1971. If you fail to do
no, judgment by default will be taken
against you for Ihe relief demanded
m the Hill of Comnlalnt.
This notice shall be published one.-
each week for four cnnsecutlvi week*
in THE JEWISH Fl ORIDIAN.
Di'N'E AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida this 19th dav Of April A D
1971
E II l.KNTHERMAN. clerk.
Circuit Court. Dad. County, Florida
By: I. SNRBDBN
Deputy Clerk
Circuit Court Seal)
FRANKELA AVRACH, P.A.
420 Lincoln Road. Ste. 230
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
Attorneys for Plaintiff
4 23-30 ", 7-14
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-1349
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE Estate of
SIDNEY MOROAN8TBRN
Deceased.
To All Creditor* and All Persons Hav-
orik-in.il ; |ng Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
the 11th day of June. 1971. If | quiri-d to present any claims and de-
you fall to do v Judgment by default mauds which you may have againsl
will be taken against you for the I the estate of SIDNEY MORGAN-
relief demanded in the Hill of Com*
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CtHCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 71-7376
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
LAZARt i SANCHEZ,
Plaintiff
MARIA SANCHEZ
Defendant
Ti i. .vl ai.ia SANCHEZ
You, maria sanche/. are here-
by notified that a Hill oi Complaint
for Divorce has been filed against
you, and you are required to serve a
copj oi your Answer oi Pleading to
thi liill ol Complaint on the Plain-
tiffs attorn,'. CASPAR II ALD-
Kb II, ji N i: KnM Avenue, Miami.
Florida 33131 and file the oiigit.al
Answer or Pleading In the office of
the Clerk ol the circuit Court on or
befon thi 33th day of May. 1971 If
you fail to do .,,, judgment l>j del lull
will be taken against you for the
reii.f demanded in the Bill of Com-
plaint.
Tins notice shall '" publi hi tl one
each week for four eoiiHecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH Fl IRIDIAN
DONE AND i 'KDER-B1' Rl '
Florida this 16th day of April AD
1971.
i: i: LEATHERMAN. C
Cln mi i 'out t. 1 Midi i taunt) Florida
By: c P. Ci 'PEI.AND
Demit) Clerk
uit Curt Seal!
QASPAR B. ALDRICH
Ji N E FIRST AVENUE
Miami. Florida 33131
Attorney for Plaintiff
4 23-30 S'7-14
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION 71-8189
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ELEANOR M LEE
Plaintiff
VH
FM'YD LEE
Defendant
TO: FLOYD LEB
Residence unknown
You. Floyd laee, are hereby notified
that a Bin" of Complaint for Divorce
has been filed against you. and you
are required Ul serve a copy of your
Answer or Pleading 'o the Bill of
Complaint on the Plaintiffs attorney,
Eugene Lemllcb, ^7-.'i' W. Hauler St
Miami. Fl S313K and file the
Answer or Pleadtnir In the office of
the clerk of the circuit Court op or
befi
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
tsEvtiviin JuUII,lL LllvtUII IN
i.U ron i_,MUt COL.IM I V,
H LUnlUA
No. ,1-/1/0
NOTICE t> rut,-.CATION
Al'Ri-.i.l.v 1.1.i.i ii i,
I'l.llll, III.
WILLIAM I.I.KI" I,
Helen, i.ml
I i vv n.i.i.\.\l LLE1 ii '
lug First Avenue
Jersey uy, .New Jersej
YOU AKE HEREBY notified that
a Complaint tor Divorce ha- bt i n
riled against you. aim you are here-
b) i.piiied i" nerve a copy of your
answer or other pleading lo the oni-
plaint on tne I'la.n.ni s attorney.
i.i..sit-;k ROUEHS, whose address is
i,i N.W. iitb Avenue. Miami. Flo-
rida 33136, and file ihe original with
Ihe Clerk of the above styled Court, on
or before the 25th dav oi Jla,v, 1971 or
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-1315
(DOWLING)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Estate of
LINE NINER
ceased.
JI Creditors and AH Peraons Hav-
."kijni- or Demands Against Said
are hereby notified a'nd re-
to present any claims and de-
whieh vuu may have ggainal
state of PAULINE NINER. de-
late of Dade County. Florida.
County Judu-es of Dade Coun-
nd file the same In duplicate
provided In Section 733.16,
Statutes, in their offices in
Bunty Courthouse in Dade Coun-
Vlorlda. within six calendar
from the time of the first
Minn hereof, or Ihe same will
id
at Miami. Florida, this 21sl
pril. A D. 1971.
IRVINC. NINER
As Administrator
publication of this notice on
day of Anrll. 1971.
|B OILHFJRT
' for Admrnlstrator
| One Uncoln Rd.
each. Pla. 33139
4/30 5/7-14-21
plaint
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Fonda, this 28th day of April AD.
1971.
E n IJ5ATHBRMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court, Dade Ci iintv. Florida
By: n m KISSEE
Denuty C'lerk
(Circuit Court SMI)
Eileen.* I em'b h
87 W Flngler SI Miami. Fl.
Altornev for Plaintiff
4 I" 5'7-14-?l
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
CASE NO. 71-8136
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Al.l,EN LEICHTMAN.
Plaintiff.
CORINNE LEICHTMAN,
I lefendant
Viir CORINNE l.EU'HTMAN. 333
West 57 Street. Apt. .11. New York.
New York. ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED to file your written defense
to this divorce with the Courts Clerk
and set ye a copy upon Plaintiffs At-
torneys. VON ZAMFT SMITH.
I51J Capital Rank P.ldg Miami. Flor-
ida "11 IT before the 1st day of June.
1171, else the Coniplaint will be taken
as confessed.
Dated: April 88, 1971.
(Circuit Court Bea'l
E. B LEATHERMAN. CLERK
BY: c P. COPBLAND
Deputy Clerk
4 31 5/7-14-21
stern deceased late of Dad.- Coun-
! tv, Florid:-, to ih. County Judges of
I Dade County, and file the same in
. duplicate and as provided in Section
7:t3.i6, Florida statutes. In their of-
fices in the countv Courthouse In
Dade County. Florida. within six
calendar months from the time of
the first publication hereof, or the
same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 19th
dav of April. AD. lf'71
ADA .1 LEWIS
Ai Executrix
First publication "f ibi- notice on
the 23rd dav of April. 1971
HENRY NORTON
Attorney for Exei utri\
1106 Bisca) ti.- P.uildiiig
4 23-3n 5'7-14
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-1606
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Batata of
ERNEST JAN IS,
I N ceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having Claims or Demands
Against Said Estate:
You are hereby notified and required
to present any claims and de-
mands which you miiv have against
the estate of ERNEST JANIS. de-
ceased late of Dade Countv. Florida, to
the County Judges of Hade County
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERBBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious ......n of
DI'I.MA FURNITURE i Retail Furni-
ture stor.-i at number V'1'". s W. Rth
{Street, In the City of Miami Florida,
intend to register the said name with
the ci.rk of, th. Circuit Court of Dade
Countv. Florida
Dated at Miami, Florida, this Till
dav- of April, 1971.
MIOUEI. M SAI.CUES
Iill.iF. MARIA CAPO SAI.IDES
SAMUEL POLICA8TR0
Attorney for Applicant
into B.W. 27th Avenue
Miami. Florida SS13S
Ph..ne No, 643 r.122
4/16-23-30 B'7
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-1367
(ARTHUR W. PRIMM)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
ADOLPH KRATISH
I le, eased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Againal Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present iuiy claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of ADOLPH KRATISH de-
ceased late of Dade Countv. Florida,
and file the same In dunllcate and as to the County Judgfea of Dade COWI-
provided In Section 733.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
tv Courthouse in Dade Countv. Flor
Ida within six calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of or the same will be harred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 20th
day of Anrll, AD 1971
BERNARD JAMS
JAY JANIS
As Executors
First publication of this notice On
the 30th dsv of Anrll. 1971
SIMON. HAYS A ORUNDWERO
Attorneys for Executors
301 Alnslev Bulldlne
Miami. Florida 33.32 ^ ^
ty, and file thi; same in duplicate
and as brovtuea in Section 733 16
Florida Statutes i their offices in
the Countv Courthouse in Dad. Coun-
ty. Florida withis ion calendar months
from the time of the first publication
hereof, or the sMj^ma-di he barred.
Dated at Mi-*ni' I'londa. tl
dav of April B "ITV
wni: KR itmi
First piiblici. i""o i- notice on
the 23rd day of a.-i leyt
OROVWRa \l'W44M4*TEIN &
STAUBBR. P.A
Attorneys for Ex.-cutrix
350 Uncoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
4/23-30 5/7-14
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11tb JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 71-7911
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
HENRY Infos.
Plaintiff.
SHERRY ANN DUCOS,
Defendant.
1'OU, SHERRY ANN DUC08, re- -
blue 7l"a West .".111 Sir. el, Bmpof
Kansas, are required to iii,. >,,ur an-
swer to the complaint for divorce wi
the ci.rk ol the above court and
serve a copy there..f upon Hermt"i
Cohen. Esq. 1310-11 Congress Bldg
Miami, Florida ......r before June l-
1971, or els.......iplaint will be uil-"
as confessi d.
11.\ ii: t April S3rd 1971.
l: II 1.1.ATM ER.M AN
i "lerk of the Circuit "ourt
11} II M. KISSEE
ii 'Ircull i "uurl St al i
I 30 B 7-1 t _
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTV. CIVIL ACTION
No 71-7981
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
PEDRO LL'IS '.'I'l.NTERi I,
Plaintiff,
- v .--
| 'ARM >A '.'I 'I \"TERl I
Defendant.
To i A RIDA Ql INTER' I Defendur
Call. |82, No -:;"7
Havana, Cuba
You. CARIDA QUINTERO,
hereby notified thai a Dill of Coi
i1 i i .Iv,r. > has i.....n fil
against you, and ,ou ai
serve a i op) "i > our
Pleading lo thi iti'l of i
the Plaintiff's attorne)
\\ >' 'l.l". 420 Lincoln Itoa
Miami Beach,
the original An
office of Ihe
Court on or I
In, "'71 If
Fl
:. quired
Altfcw .-r
I
siiiri.i;
Room 311
ind i
h .-I oi Pie iding m t'-
i':. i k of the Circu
o.re the ith day
ii fall to do so, jud .
mi ) di fault will be taken again
you for the relit f demanded
Hill of Complaint
This notice shall be published op
each v.e.k for four consecutive weeli
in THE JEW ISH FliORIDIAN
DONE VND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, thin 26th dav of April, A
1971.
E 11 I E VTHERMAN, ci.rk.
Circuit Court, Dado Countv. F|ot
I. SNEBDEN
D.-pu'v Clerk
ii "Ircull Court S. ah
SHIRLEY \\ i a i|.F
420 I ne i Road Room .'11
Miami It. neb. Florida 33139
a Default will be entered against you. Attorney for Plaintiff
DATED this 16th day of April, 1971 j i
(Circuit Court Seal)
!: a. lea [-HERMAN
Clerk ol Circuit Court
By: R. M KISSEE
4/33-30 7-11
I-M-l
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-7122
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ROBERTA JO RRINKLEY,
Plaintiff.
JOHN E. BRINKLEY.
Defendant.
TO: Staff Set John E. Brlnkley
620 A.MS. Box 15, APo
s.m Francisco, California !'627t
You. JOHN E. RRINKLEY. are here-
by notified that a Bill of Complaint
for Divorce has been filed against
you. and you are required to serve a
copy of your Answer or Pleading to
th. Kill of Complaint on the Plain-
tiffs attorney, GOODMAN & nol.TZ-
MAN, BeOS., llt'O Concord Building.
M West Flaglei' St., Miami. Florida
33130 and file the Original Answer or
Pleading In the office of the clerk of
the Circuit Court on or before tin
25th day of May, 1971. If V"U fail to
do so, Judgment by default will be
taken against you tor the relief de-
manded in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FI.oKID'.XN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 14th day of April AD
1 :>71.
E H LEATHERMAN, Ci.rk
Or. uit Cult. Dade County. Fl. rida
By: R M KISSEE
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
GOODMAN X- HOI.TZMAN. Esqa.
I loo Concord Building,
66 West Flagier Street,
Miami. Florida 13130
At lornt v H For Plaintiff
i j : 10 7-14
IN THE COUNTY JUDGTS COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-1548
FRANK B. DOWLING
III RE: Estate of
ROSE KI'HLWBIN
Dec.-.,-. .I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and Ml Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demand- Against Said
Estate:
Y,,u are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any i lalms and de-
mands which you may havi against
thi eata.....f ROSE KI'HLWBIN de-
ceased late of Dad.- County. Florida,
to the County Judge* of Dad. County,
and file the same m duplicate and as
provided In Section 733.16, Florida
statutes, In then offices In Ihe Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County, Flo-
rida within six calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will he barred.
Dai.d at Miami. Florida. OH" 14th
day of Anrll. A D 1071
I.AWREN'l' B FRIEDMAN
As Executor
First nubia aiion of this notice on
the 33rd day of April, 1971,
BAXTER & FRIEDMAN
Attorneys for Executor
1<7". N B, 183rd Street
North Miami Reach. Florida
4/33-80 r. 7-14
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO. 71-7828
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
WILLIE VER.NI..N R1R1.EY
Plalntlff,
VS.
I ARMETTA BCRLEY
I lefendant.
To: ARMETTA HURLEY
23 Rowri Avenue
Freehold. New Jersey
You, armetta HURLEY, .m here*
by notified that a BUI of c.mplai
for Divorce has bet n filed against you
and you are required to serve a cop-'
of your Answer or Pleading to th
Rill of Complaint on the naintiff *
attorney, STONE & BOSTCHIN. Id
N W 12th Avenue, .Miami. Fla PhOTI
:t.",s-1222 and file the original Answe'-
<>r Pleading in the office of the Cterit
of thi- Circuit Court on or before thfc
2Mh day of May. 1971. If you fail to d -.
so. Judgment by default will be i.ik-
againsl you tor the relief demanded In
the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published ore
each week for four consecutive u-eeV
in Till: JEWISH FIX1R1DIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Mian-
Florida, tin- J.'nd dav of April, A."-
11'71
K B LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florid!
By: C coi >DM AN
Denuty Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
STi INB A Si'STCMIN
101 N.W 12th Ave.
Miami Fla 33180
Attorneys for Plaintiff
4 30 : 7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY ClVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to etignge in
business under the flctltioeufc name of
I \ ROSA CUBAN RESTAURANT at
1. ah. t
ntends to
Clerk of
County.
2093 1'alm Avenue. Iliale
register said name with
the Circuit Court of
Florida.
CARNOR ENTERPRISES. INC.
a Florida Corporation
LEONARD J. KALISH
Attorney tor Applicant
1629 DuPont Bldg.
4,16-23-30 S/7
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT-
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 73787-Dowling
IN RE Estate of
HARRY FRBEDMAN
Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
MAKE APPLICATION
FOR DISTRIBUTION AND
FINAL DISCHARGE
Notice Is hereby given 'hat w->
have filed our Final Report and Pi
tition for Distribution anil Final Di--
gs i' \, cut rices of the ostat
of HARRY FREEDMAN, deceased
and that on the 38th day of Mav
1971. will apply to the HonoraiN
County Judges of Dade County, Fie
rida. for anproval of said Final Re
port and for distribution and fin
dlschargi Coexecutrices of the e -
tatc of the above-named decoder.-
This IS dav of Anril. 1971
.ICDITH KRAMER
Rl IBERTA MILLER
t.m t \Noe-F d BADER
i;i:i 'ROE .1 TAI.IANOFE
Attorney
I"" Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida 33130
4/33-30 3/7-14
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY C1YF.N thi
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name d "
HEALTH ENTERPRISES at 1 Lin-
coln Road Rulldlng, Miami Beach. In-
tend to register said name with the
ci.rk of the Circuit Court of Dad
Countv. Florida
WILLIAM CLICK
Ml'RRAY CROSSMAN
4,'30 r '7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tha"
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious nnmn
of 1MAOE DEVICES: AMERICAN
WATERBED COMPANY at Box 3e-
R17 Miami 3313R intends to reglstr.
said names with tne Clerk of th
Circuit Court of Dade County. Flor-
ida.
DAVID HAYLOCK
4/19-38-30 5/f


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viiarni, hiorida -- Friday, May 7, 1971
Section B
akobson Calls Jewish Emigration
rom USSR Internal Soviet Matter
SITED NATIONS -
Max Jakobson, Finland's
bassador to the United Na-
hai declared that he con-
tiie question of Jewish
ation from the U.S.S.R. to
an internal Soviet matter.
si Pesach Levovitz, spir-
leader of Congregation
is of Israel in Lakewood,
was chairman of the
bbinical Council of Amer-
convention this week at
Sea Gull Hotel. Miami
Some 500 delegates
all ports of the country
knded the conclave, over-
Itheme of which was "In-
Ctucd Challenge to Torah
aism in the 1970s."
A candidate for the post now
held by U Thant. Dr. Jakobson
was question by the Jewish Tel-
egraphic Agency correspondent
at a press luncheon held by the
U.N. Correspondents' Associa-
tion.
Asked if as Secretary General
he would use his office to aid
Soviet Jewish emigration by
mean of quiet diplomacy or
moral suasion. Dr. Jakobson re-
plied, "No, it would he very dif-
ficult."
The Finnish Ambassador thus
took the same position as the
present I'.N. Secretary General,
who has served in that position
since 1961, and has indicated his
unwillingness to serve another
term. He agreed that his views
mean that Soviet Jewry could
not look to him as Secretary
General for emigration aid.
In reply to another question,
Dr. Jakobson criticized the re-
ported Arab decision to ask Mr.
Thant to serve another term as
having "religious overtones." It
was believed the Arab opposi-
tion to his candidacy for the
post was due to the fact that he
is a Jew. The reason giventhat
he was vulnerable to "outside
pressure" -was thought to be a
euphemistic reference to his re-
ligion and by implication, his re-
lationship with Israel.
If he was, in tact, vulnerable,
the envoy said, he would not
have In-en allowed to serve his
country for the past 20 years,
and would not have been given
"sensitive posts" and nominated
for the l.N. leadership by his
government. A Secretary Gen-
eral cannot possibly lie of no
religion and no race ... a man
who easts no shadow, he said.
Dr. Jakobson declined to dis-
cuss si>eeific Middle East issues,
but reported that the world
leaders he met on his recent in-
ternational tour were intensely
interested in the Mideast.
Much of the 45-minute press
conference w-as devoted to the
issue of the People's Republic of
China being seated at the U.S..
which Dr. Jakobson favors. He
did not. however, discuss the im-
pact Red China would have on
the Mideast crisis as a member
of the L'.N. and of the Security
Council.
ficnal and Community Leaders Attend
l-YWHA Dinner Honoring Efraim Gale
|re than 400 national and com-
I adcrs. YM-YWHA offi-
I board of directors and board
(Ustco members, and individu-
the general Miami area, paii
to Efraim H. Gale former
ative director of the YM-
|A, at a recent dinner on
iy, and honored him for his
|tanding service" upon his r"-
nt from the "Y" after two
- s ,-f "distinguished and dedi-
gervice."
:nc dignitaries paying trib-
|t> Mr. Gale were William
iny, executive vice president.
1 Way of America: Arthur
n, ex< cutive \ I s prcsi-
G I imi Jewish Ferl-
V to G. Rlgillo, execute "
I r, Unit \i Fund of Dadc
S
County; Leon Kaplan, a past pres-
ident of the YM-YWHA and the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation;
Paul Faske. chairman of the YM-
YWKA board, and Mrs. Milton
Sirkin, County chairman. Early
Childhood Development Program
of the "Y
The evening also included the
election and installation of the
following offficers: president. Jack
Katzman; honorary president, Sam
Seitlin, vice presidents, Allan J.
Gluckstern, Norman Kasser, Evan
outer, Morton Silb-rman; treas-
urer. Jack Schenkman, associate
> easurer Stanley R. Gilbert; re-
cording secretary, Edward Lustig;
correspon II Tetary, Milton
i : financial secretary, Mrs.
Ray iv rrln.
p-tr
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[uliom Aicrmony, (left) executive vice president, United
[ay of America; Paul Faske, chairman, YM-YWHA board
directors; and Stanley R. Gilbert, chairman of the trib-
dinner. (extreme right) flank Efraim H. Gale, as they
|fer him congratulations upon his retirement as executive
rector of the "Y" after two decades of distinguished and
iicated service.
Lord Edwin Samuel (left) conferred the State of Israel Shal-
om Award upon Mr. and Mrs. Albert Levine at the recen'
Temple Beth Am-Israel Dinner of State on behalf of Israel
Bonds. Rabbi and Mrs. Herbert M. Baumgard extended their
congratulations to the couple for their outstanding efforts for
Israel. Members of the temple purchased $240,000 in Israe'.
bonds at the annual dinner.
New B.B.W. Chapter Receiving Charter
The most recnt addition to the
chapters of Miami Beach Council.
B'nai B'rith Women, installed its
officers and received its official
charter at a recent luncheon and
fashion show in the Eden Rcc
Hotel.
Beach Council, is a Latin
Chapter called "Bienvenida." a
Spanish word meaning "welcome.'
It will meet the third Wedne
cf each month at S p.m. in the
Sephardic Jewish Center at 645
Collins Avc.
The new chapter, which came Miami Beach Mayor Jay Der
into being through the combined i mer, who served as installing >f-
efforts of Mrs. Arthur Horwitz. j ficer. administered the oath
first vice president of District 5. I office to its first president. Mrs
B'nai B'rith Women, and Mrs. Irv- Jose Ventura. Mrs. Zundell Bcr \
ing Mandel. past president of the is the chapter's secretary._____
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Shown at recent Women's Committee of Brandeis University
luncheon are, l~it to right: Rabbi Leon Kronish of Temple
Beth Sholom, guest speaker; Mrs. Arthur Jurkowitz. past
president of Greater Miami Brandeis Women's group; Mrs.
Harold Dorfman, re-elected president and mother of Mrs.
Jurkowitz; and president Charles I. Schottland of Brandeis
University, guest of honor and installing officer^____________
Norman Bruce P-~wn Post No. 174, Jewish War Veterans of
the United States, recently presented a piano to the Veterans
Administration Hospital in Miami for use of the residents in
the new Nursing Care Center, on the 11th floor. The piano
was dedicated in memory of Past Post Commander Stanley
R. Stuart. Shown at the dedication and presentation cere-
monies are (left 'o right) Lewis Wills, Chief of Voluntary
Services, Maxwell Silberman, father of Past Commander
Stuart, Leonard S. T- tvis, Commander of Post No. 174, Mrs.
Maxwell Silberman, mother of Past Commander Stuart and
Hy M. Morris, "rust Department Commander.
Eniaiiu-El Marks Mother's Day '71
Rabbi Irving Lehrman will of-
ficiate at Mother's Day services
Saturday morning at Temn'e
Emanu-El. His sermon topic will
be "Heart and Hearth A Trib-
ute to Mother."
Mrs. Al Podvin, Sisterhood pres-
ident, will offer a prayer in the
name of the mothers and Mrs.
LouLs Magid, PTA president, will
i \t'-r;d unetings to the congrega-
tion.
Ian Jeffrey, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Myer Silverman, president of th"
1971 Confirmation Class, will speak
on behalf of the religious school.
Poems in honor of the mothers
will be offered in English by
Rachel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Yablonsky, and Gilbert,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Herz-
berg.
Scott, son of Mr. and Mrs. Na-
than Ros^n. and Janet, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney S.ivlle will
also honor the mothers with poems
in Hebn W. All four are first
graders representing the Lehrman
Day School.
+J**l**tnt>rkmn
Happenings
Adler-Built Industries, pio-
neer in the development of
townhouses in Florida was
ranked as the eighth largest
builder in Dade County during
January-February, 1971. Mart
A.ller is president of the public-
ly owned building firm winch
currently has townhouses under-
vaj In H aleah, North Miami
and in the Dadeland area ol
South Dade.
The Dade County Bar Associ-
ation presented the Liberty Bell
Award to the Dade County Stu-
dent Traffic Safety Council re-
cently. It was the first such
award given by Hie Associa-
tion. I'bo award, originated '
era! vi ars ago and was approved
by tiie Board of Governors of
tin' American Bar Association in
1965 as a national public serv-
ice program. The purpose of the
award i< to recognize "commun-
ity service which strengthens
the effectiM ness of the Amer-
ican system of freedom under
law."
v*r *
KniHiiiiel Palgon. owner of the
Vortex Lab in Coral Gables, has
won first prize in the national
board lor Dental Technology
Certification skill and profioi-
encj over entries from through-
out the country.
6 ft
Edith irimi Slegel, considered
.me of the outstanding interior
designers in the South, lias been
elected pi h nt of 'lie Na-
tional Society of Interior Design-
ers, Florid. Chapter, for the
]!<71-7.'i term. Mrs Siege] has
als i been nan 1 NSID National
Representative, in which capac-
ity .-be -i': aks for the entire
i Ida Chapter in formulating
National Board f Din ctors
policy.
ft ft ft
The South Florida Council of
Boy Scouts has collected SIS
million 67 percent of its goal
towards building a 6,000-acre
camp complex in central Florida
Council president Stuek White
told committee members he an-
ticipates a successful closing
drive to raise the necessary $2 8
million by the May 24 deadline.
ft ft ft
The American Society of
Women Accountants. Miami
Chapter No. 75, will hold their
regular monthly dinner meeting.
Tuesday at the Dupont Plaza
Hotel. The social hour will Ik?
at 6:15 p.m. with dinner served
at 6:45 p.m. Al Palish. CPA
with the firm of Morgan. Altem-
ils & Barn, will be the speaker
for the evening. His topic will be
"Hospital Accounting and Audit-
ing." Mrs. Sharon Brown, presi-
dent, will later preside at the
business meeting.
Friday, May 7, 1971
V
&
The newly elected president of Brandeis University, Chcrlej
I. Schottland. (left) was guest of honor at a recent luncheon
in Miami hosted by Ralph Levitz, chaL-man of the board of
Levitz Furniture Corp.. and a local and national buBfaanj
and community leader.
Brandeis President Charles Schottland
Installs Officers of Women's Comma
Officers rind board members of
rhi Women's Committee ol Bran-
deis University Installed by pres-
ident Schottland were: Mpi Har-
old Doi president: Mrs M.
v.. im Smith. Mrs. Mortimer
Litt. Mrs Herman Leeks, vice
Mrs. Lena Gottlieb.
Id Horovitz, com i I
. .. ..... Mrs Samui I I >b i
stein, Mrs Mortimer Wein, record-
rets Mrs .1" in 't'' Ka>
Mrs Abraham Schorr, financial
taries, Mrs, Morton S< hwartz
treasun
Meml rs
yeai
Mrs, 5a
Breitbart,
of the
, Mrs.
!' tagole,
Mrs, Rhe.i
board for n
R ,. Berman
Mrs Ge i
Goldfarb,
William Goldman. Mi < y
Mr- Maurice Kutz, Mrs. AJberj
Levin, Mrs. Will! im I
Samuel V. >. :. .-.< .:/ \i,n
i >chner, Mr
Hose Sh ipil '!' |
ensk) and Miss Rei
Mrs, Dorl nd Mrs. J
I repre-.
and da i >'
85-ch
the Nat Ctxtn
Mrs
man w >- insi died |
!as( ye ir as ; r ,d -
t. r, .md this
served chaii
Mtm Lillian Goodman, Mrs Moses
Koizim, Mrs. Fred Lighte, Mrs
George Levenson. Mrs. Jod Meyer
Mrs. Jesse R >se, Mrs. Arnold Seed-
er, Mrs Lester Segerman, Mrs.'
Philip Thau, Mrs. Max Thorner.
and Mrs. Leonard VWen.
Members ol the board elected
for two years are Mrs Joseph Dun-
toV, Mrs Rose Feinstein. Mrs
Fanny Flshennan, Mrs. Charles
Goldber". Mrs, Marry Kaplan. M-s
Pearl Krai--. Mrs Leon Kronish
Mrs. Morris Mmov, Mrs. Ethel
N.igler. Mrs Joseph Pomeranz.
Mrs. David Ponve, Mrs. Donald
Rubin. Mrs. !'. rina Schoi
Mrs. H rrj S > and Mrs Ralph
Spero,
Board memb .- i ct< d for three
were Mrs. Samuel Brown.]
Mrs. William Brown, Mrs, Ben
Diekst-'in Mrs Jack Flower. Mrs
MOTHER OF
DJURETTA ALLAIN
PASSES ON
The entire community will be saddened with the passing
of Gussie Brooks (Mrs. Morris Brooks) 76, of 520 S.W.
62nd Court, on April 30th.
Mrs. Brooks was a founder member of Temple Beth Tov
(formerly called South West Jewish Center).
The Temple was founded in Mrs. Brook's home.
Mrs. Brooks who came here 19 years ago was both from
Scranton, Penna. and Brooklyn, N.Y. Melodye Allain, Miami,
and Stuart Brooks, Chicago, were her grandchildren. Mrs.
Brooks is survived by her husband, Morris; a daughter,
D. J. Allain; a sister, Mrs. Jack Friedman; and two brothers
and a son-in-law, Conrad Allain.
Funeral services were held at Gordon Funeral Home; In-
terment followed at Mt. Sinai Cemetery.
Services were conducted by Rabbi Maxwell Berger and
Rabbi Simon April.
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m.b. Eiks Lo To Honor Mother
Ted Cohen, exalted ruler of the
8 Experiment in Adult Education this Week
ho
fthing from stuffed poodles to treasure chests and beer
will go for bargain prices at the big Cedars of Leba-
Hospital "Tent Sale" Thursday, May 20, from 9 a.m. to
l.m. AU proceeds of the one-day event will go to the
Iding Fund for expansion of the hospital. Displaying
jie of the wares from their Auxiliary Lobby Shop are
to right Mrs. Bluma Marcus, Mrs. Leonard Brodsky,
Ihoirman; Miss Cindy Blitt, Mrs. Bertram Shrine, cochair-
and Mrs. Lois Kaufman.
.... ~
Miami Beach Klks Lodge. 1601,
has announced that the annual
Mother's Day ceremonies will be
held at the lodge. 720 West Ave.,
Sunday, at 8 p.m. Chuck Hall will
be the principal speaker.
Flowers will be presented to the
oldest mother, the youngest moth-
er, mother with the most children,
and the mother who has been mar-
ried for the longest time.
Musical selections will be of-
fered by Mrs. Lillian Nelson, and
the organist will be Jules Taylor.
M;irvin Baida heads the commit-
tee, assisted by Mike Bernard, Phil
Konove and George Feuer.
H. Kanter (second from left) took time out from his
pres as CJA-IEF campaign chairman recently to team
the world's number one tennis player, Rod Laver
in the Pio-Am division of the Dinah Shore Celebrity
Usic at Le Ciub International in Fort Lauderdale. The
.ter-Laver duo reached the finals before bowing to
cms Wendell Niles, Jr. and pro Roger Taylor of
I.and (::ght).
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es of three officers of the Corner Bank of Miami
ich Mrs. Irene Page, (left) wife of vice president Richard
firs. Anna Corner, wife of president Stephen H.
r end Mis. Fana Holtz, wife of first vice president
. Holte. conducted preliminary judging of the art cre-
d by students of Nautilus Junior High School. The art
keeled will be displayed at the Corner Bank's Spring Stu-
]r.; Art Show with the works of Ida M. Fisher Junior High
fr.ool students; the combined works of the students will be
Jged in early May. The bank will award a $50 savings
Ind to the first place winner in each grade and S25 savings
ir.ds to the two runners-up in each grade. ____________
ng
i. Lelchuk. left, vice president oi American Savings &
jn Association, presents the S30 cash prize to Miss Estelle
ahman, the first-place winner in Miami Beach Senior High
thool in the 1971 Essay Contest conducted by the Adver-
' g Club of Greater Miami, as her parents Mr. and Mrs. Ike
man offsS Alton Rd., Miami Beach, and brother. Ken-
smile proudly.
Gala Mother's Day
Dinner Dance Set
A gala Mother's Day dinner-
dance has been arranged for the
combined social clubs of 100 Lin-
coln Rd. at the Eden Roc Hotel
Sunday evening, according to pres-
idents Isadore Saifer and Frances
Ehrlich.
The entertainment committee
includes N'at Friedman, past pres-
ident of the Men's Club. Sally
Schainer of the Women's Club,
and Hen Goldman. Nat Sachs.
Shirley Aronsberg, Isaac Deutch-
man. Harry Scvel, Ida Spitzkopf.
Sylvia F.inianconski. Fay Hoffman.
Diana Schwartz and Sam Pascoo.
Transportation to and from the
Eden Roc has been arranged for
the 400 cluu members. Buses I e
scheduled to leave the 100 Lincoln
Rd. entrance at 6:30 p.m. Tickets
j an' now available to club mem-
bers in thi' lobby of the buildir' :.
An experiment in adult educa-'
tion was to be instituted by the
Beth Torah Congregation beginn-
ing Thursday evening. Some 15
different mini-coulrses in adult
Jewish studies will be held for four
consecutive Thursday evenings,
May 6, 13, 20. and 27.
Arthur I, Snyder, chairman of
the Beth Torah School Board, and
Mrs. Arthur J. Brown, adult edu-
cation chairman, indicated that
"adults want short concentrated
courses in a variety of subjects."
Among courses that will be of-
fered are: A Trip to Israel. Old
and New. Challenges Facing the
Synagogue 1971, Israeli Folk
Dancing. Soviet Jewry, Fate and
Future. Jewish Life Cycle, From
Womb to Tomb. Holidays of the
Jewish Year, Jewish Short Stories.
Yiddish for Beginners, Yiddish
and Hebrew Folksongs, Joy and
Mysticism, 20th Century Hassid-
ism, The Agony and the Ecstasy.
Moral Decisions in Life. Under-
standing the Bible. Ulpan Hebrew,
and The Weekly Portion of the
Law.
Another feature of the program
is the faculty which will include
both professional leaders of the
Congregation and members of the
religious school staff and laymen
who are expert in a particular
specialty. Among tnose who will
teach are Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz,
spiritual leader of the congrega-
tion; Sam Rosenkraiu, travel ex-
pert; Chana Izhack, faculty mem-
ber; Mrs. Murray Tep|>er, presi-
dent of a local chapter of Wom-
an's American Jewish Congr^<-:
Mrs. Irving Seidel, faculty mem-
ber; Mrs. Theodore Goldsmith,
faculty member.
Also Mrs. Stanley Cohen, coord-
inator of the mini-course program;
Mrs. Joseph Solomon, congrega-
tion member; Cantor Jacob J.
Renscr: Rabbi Sbolom Lipsker of
the Lubavitcher Hasidic move-
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Cohen and David Misonznick. on-
rrregation meml>ers: and Harry
Schwartz, former spirtiual les-Vr
of Congregation Beth Israel in
Ilempstead, L. I.. NY.
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RUSpiceS of the Jewish Fan
Service, is entitled 'The Jewish
Family in an Age of Stress" ^nd
is the only one for which tlv
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by a trained social worker and > 11
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munity and information as on "he
schedule may be obtained at the
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Friday. May
SOCIAL BRIEFS
by Isabel Grove
For the fifth year. Miami Beach \
Mayor ami Mrs. Jay Dermcr are
Inviting all mothers who cannot
t*> with family or friend- on Moth-
er's Day to celebrate with them at
a Sunday brunch from 10 a.m. to
12 noon at th<' Oeeanfront Audi-
torium. 10th St. and Ocean Dr.
There will even be prizes to mark
this special day.
'
The Four Winds Social Club is
helping its members make Moth-!
er's Day i festive occasion by hav-
ing a gala ~ho\v, dinner and dance
on Sunday at Le Cafe Carillon
Hotel. Veep Moe Zipkin is taking
care of all the arrangements.

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Talented Mindy Fleissig is giv-
Ing her second solo piano recital
on Saturday evening at Morgan's
Steinway Hall on Etiscayne Blvd.
The 12-year-old musician is the
daughter of Mr and Mrs. Bernard
Fleissig of 17859 NE fith Ct.. and
i.s a student o! Natalie Klimkevich
who will be at the second piano!
during the concert. Mindy, who|
performed her first piano recital'
Bt th*1 age of nine, has appeared
live times with the Greater Molly-
wood Philharmonic Orchestra, has
been soloist on several occasions j
in the Miami Beach Auditorium in
concerts pn tented by the Miami
Beach Cultural Society and has
received national and international \
as u d- In the National Piano Play-
Auditions spoasored by the,
National Guild of Piona Teachers.

Judith Friedman, graduating
next month from the University of
North Carolina with a major in.
psychology and sociology received
the Irene F. Lee award for the
outstanding senior woman at the
University and also was elected
to Phi Beta Kappa. Judge and Mrs.
Milton A. Friedman flew up this
week to be present at the two
awards ceremonh -
At the conclusion of the pres-
entations, the Friedmans will fly
to New York where they will
board the SS Leonardo da Vinci
for a trip abroad. Judi and brother
Ronald, a tax lawyer practicing in
Beverly Hills. Calif., will fly to
Paris to meet their parents.
Judi is also a meml>er of the
Student Legislature and chairman
of its Judiciary Committee, <*
well as a member of the Honorary
Scholastic and Service Organiza-
tions. "The Valkaries" and "The
Order of the Old Well." which i-
-imilar to the Order of the Iron
Arrow at the University of Miami
letters to the editor
EDITOR. The Jewish Florulian:
The editorial in your April 2nd
Issue criticizes the American Jew-
ish Congress for not reviewing its
opposition to state aid for paro-
chial schools.
AJCongress
position held
years that
has considered the
by it through the
there must be sep-
aration between church and state
many times, and in conjunction
with the views held by other orga-
nizations and the stand repeatedly
taken by the National Jewish Com-
munity Advisory Relations Council.
Is not the complaint by the Jew-
ish Floridian of the rigidity <>f the
American Jewish Congress rather
a disagreement with the principle
Itself?
Up to 1965, virtually all of the
national Jewish organizations wen
in agreement that government aid
should be kept out of religious
schools. In 1965, when President
Johnson sponsored a school aid
bill thai included non-public
>chools. the Orthodox Jewish group
left the "united front.'
The arguments which prevailed
against parochial aid prior to 196o
are still valid. There is nothing
doctrinaire about this position, and
nothing which has occurred since
\ ther. is cause for changing.
It is not doctrinaire to worry
I about the involvement of ofticials.
'local, state, or federal and gov-
ernmental agencies in inter-reli-
gious rivalry or about the de-
pendence ol religious institutions
on government support or about
il survival '>f the public school
system or boou! the failure "i
parochiaid programs to do any-
thing about our undereducated
children, except to segregate them
further, ["here are sound, practical
arguments against state aid to
church schools just as persuasive
in 1971 .is they were m 1985, or
1970.
In the 197n ..lection, the voters
in Michigan and Nebraska ir
.renda deci>.\> j register^ ',\
oppoM'ion to parochiaid,
It i< our !? IW : that the mai| i
of Americans and American vM
if given the right to express
opinions, would reach the ,'J1
conclusions a thi
Michigan and Nebraska
MRS. HERMAN KRIEdm
< .nnniissicin on \AVI .,w|
Social Acti|
Florida Women's DivKih
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(A Seven Alls Feature)
Fasl becoming a clai ic :ii" imaginary letter written to
Moses DJ his mother, The author Of this gem is a prolific and otv-
ative writer-author, Rabbi Howard Singer, ol Hartford, whose
written vt ve been cinematized. You probabl) have seen this
elsewhere, but II merits reprinting and n it goes like this:
"My dear Son,
To begin with, you're breaking my heart.
That's no novelty, >>t course. You've broken It about tv
a week since you were abjut three hours "id I tried my lx-st to
give you a good -tart in life, but you always managed i" make a
St opportunity for advancement. You think it H IS
easy to gel you planted in the palace? My heart was in my
mouth until your sister came and told me all was well.
v just when I thought you would gel a nici
. job as third a >H r in G *hen, you had
Well, you gol them out ol Egypt i>u* of course they're n
to leave ,<\\ agitation to the Egyptian Jewish C ind 'he
Egyptian Jewish Committee? But not you. You had to get into a
fight with some E just because you saw him hitting a
Jew. Was that sensible0 Egyptians ind l hundred years, and you thought you could change thing.- oser-
night. And the next day you g >< into another flghl just because
1 giving another a hard time. Son, jews have been
gi\ing one another hard times even longer than the Egyptians,
l the onlj ih et from interfering is a new set of
I had hopes after you Whi n youi father-
in-law offered you a nice -"'id job in the sheep raising b
- i was sure you'd t* tt e iwn. But i. I you. i had told you
thou-.nds oi time- Don't I involved in politics, and don't
argue about religion. Naturally you had to find a new wa} to
combine them so you could do both at the ime time.
to go and get an attack of social consciousness. Didn't I tell you
complaining. And they'll never stop. Everything that goes wrong
they'll blame on you.
I could have told sou that too. but you lidn't ask. Com. to
thing ol it. I told you anyway, but you wouldn't listen,
Now humor has reached me that sou h kind of
idiotic notion about going to some mountain and camping there
for forty days. Listen, are you completely bereft'' What do you
think you are? A mountain goat? Don't yon know how cold and
\ nip it i.s up there'' If you don't fall and break your neck, your'ro
sun- to come down with double pneumonia. Where do you get
those peculiar ideas? Why do you refuse to listen to your
mother? There's abcolutc ly nothing you can do on a cloud
OOWred mountain that yo lie m't do on solid ground in the velley,
except yodel. Stay away from that mountain, you hear?
Your loving exhausted mother ."
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tensive Building Program Announced
y Leaders Of Temple Adath Yeshurun
hvnipi.' Adath Yeshnnm has
,n this Spring -<>ason to an-
iunce its plans for a half million
[liar building program.
on Miami Gardens Drive. Since
then the membership has grown
to over 350 families and has con-
tinued to pros(>cr.
P.pj'u. No! th Miami Beach Con-i In 1966, Rabbi Milton Schlinsky
Ivvative Congregation was or- fame from Flint, Mich., to assume
in/.ed about 13 yens aRo when j the spiritual leadership of Adath
Jewish po(n increased Yeshurun.
HlcraUy with the high-rise con- Sparked by Rabbi SchUnsky's
Auction lom. leadership and the zeal of Max
Vur holding services in stores | Waltzman. temple president, the
nil lodge halls for over three I fund raising drive is well on its
Ears the cone relation acquired I way to being a success.
15,000 square feet of a mod* Under the direction of Barry
rn building located on three acres I Sugerman, architect, the existing
ground on the banks of the I building will be completely remod-
,|aen Gl ides Canal and fronting | eled, Riven a new facade, and pro-
vide a seating capacity for fiOO in
the 7,600 square feet of new
construction.
Morris Kit/, chairman of the
board of directors, anticipates
hopefully th.it the building will be
completed In time for the Passover
Mrs Kitty Field was presented holidayg 1972
with the Secretary >! the >
Award during the National Sec-
retaries Association annual ban-
quet recently.
An active member of Younc Is-
i ] 0| Gre itei M imi, Mrs. Field
is secretary to Lee McQuistion,
C< ntroDer of Housing Corporation
if America, a Division of Alcoa
.- e baa been a i retary for 25
Irs. Kitty Field Is
'Secretary Of Year'
and believes thai "today's
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JVS Bid*. Named
Stuart Rothchild, CPA president
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announces the dedication of the
JVS building Tuesday, at 4:15 p.m..
in honor of Dr. Michael Goodman,
the first executive director of the
_agency who served .in that capac-
ity until his untimely death in
February 1970.
The ceremony will consist of the
naming of the building at 318 NW
25th St., and the presentation of
a plaque in Dr. Goodman's name.
Numerous officials from the Jew-
ish and general community will he
present for this occasion, includ-
ing Rabbi Joseph K. Narot, Tem-
ple Israel of Greater Miami; Arthur
S. Rosichan, executive vice presi-
dent. Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration; Sam J. Heiman, honorarv
For Dr. Goodman
preside ', Jewish W".itional Serv-
ice: and RoVrt J. S.iunders. pp>-
gram superior, rehabilitation fi-
CilitieS section. State Division of
Vocational Rehabilitation.
Herbert P. Blumberg is chair-
man of the dedication committee,
assisted by Barney Bernstein, Mrs.
Charles P. Feinberg, Sam J. Hei-
man. Mrs. Sidnej Lewis, Lloyd L.
Ruskln, Eugene Greenspan, execu-
tive director. Mrs. Harry L. Miller,
administrative assistant. and'
Leonard I. Tuchyner. counsetor-
evaluator of the staff.
The Jewish Vocational Service
is a beneficiary of the Gri ater
Miami Jewish Federation and the
United Fund of Dade Com ts
Mrs. Ann Alpert To Be
Installation Officer
Mrs. Ann Alpert, a fourth-
generation Life Member who was
a founder of the
Hanna Seneseh
Group of the
Miami Beach
Chapter of Ha-
dassah some 20
years ago. was
to be the instal-
lation officer at
the Group's in-
stallation cere-
I monies Thurs-
day noon in the
h\r%. Ann Alpert Algiers Hotel.
Rebecca Kdolman was to give
the invocation. A cantata was to
be presented by Mrs. Louis E.
Goldman, accompanied by Olga
Bibor Stern at the piano. Serving
as chairman of the day will be
Mrs. Lillian Baron.
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9-SewlsiiHcrkHan
Friday, May 7, 1971
"
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BBS CAME FOR TEA
Judy i Mrs Alvini Hoffman didn't come from
Bethecda, bid., for a nreddiog, ; Mitzvah or
birthday the came to attend the Hadassah I-if
Membership Ton hosted by Mis. Leonard Re
in her home. Judy's mother, Edith (Mrs, Sami
Margolis, is president of the Bay Harbor Group
.! Hadassah. Edith's mother, the late Mrs. Wil-
liam Solomon, was a founding life membership
tident in Boston. When Edith made Judy and
Judy's daughter, Gaile, i-"_. life members, it
nade the Margolis family .'i I ^neration Life
Membership family.
X Blfi, i'.i(. BIKTHDAT!
Abe (Popl Weinstein of St. Augustine, Fla..
and Old Orchard. Main* was the center of at-
tkwi at the party celebrating his 9'Jth birth-
lay, which was hosted by his daughter. Doris
Sirkiti and her husband, Loon, in the penthouse
of the Dil.ido Hotel. Assorted relatives -children,
grandchildren, nieces and nephews -attended. In-
i luded on the guest list were Mr. and Mrs.
George Weinstein. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Popkin.
Dr. and Mrs. Norman Popkin. Harold Goodkow-
sky, Julia Goodkowsky, Mrs. Sam Osher, Vice
Mayor Leonard Weinstein, Henry Weinstein. Dr.
and Mrs. Leon Kisenman. Mr. and Mrs. Milton
Sirkin. Mr. and Mrs. E. Edward Sirkin. Mr. and
Mrs Norton Broudy. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Broudy,
and grandchildren David Weinstein, Ksthcr Eis-
nman. and Molly Ann and David Sirkin.
IT'S THAT TIME AGAIN!
Brandeis University National Women's Com-
mittee held their annual spring installation in the
Cotillion Room of the Eden Roc Hotel recently.
Maybe because it was my first luncheon like
that in three years. I enjoyed it immensely-
even the speaker, Brandeis president Charles I.
Schottland. At my table were Kabbi Mayer
A!':amowitz, lwho after 15 years ALMOST got
my name right, pleasing me no end) Myra (Mrs.
Aaron > Fan. and Arthur Jurkowit/, whose wife
u rhairman of the day and whose mother-in-
law was !" ing installed as president.
It was quite a crowd, with Rabbi and Mrs.
Leon Kronish (boy, can he make a pitch I'd
sure hate to attend a fund-raising affair if both
I i hi Kronish and Mollie Silverman were mak-
ing appeals!) William Sucher. Mrs. Elsie Robin-
son. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Zion Ginzburg. Mr. and
Mrs. Ralph Spera, Mrs. Rhea Goldfarb. and Mrs.
Morton Schwartz among those present. Also
saw Mrs. Joseph Duntov. Miss Lillian Goodman.
Mrs. M. William Smith. Mrs. Samuel Betagole.
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Wien and Mr. and Mrs.
George Levinson. The tables were really crowded
but I caught a glimpse of Mrs. Frieda Robinson,
Anna Brenner (Mrs. Beni Meyers, Mrs. Abra-
ham Short. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Schwartz. Mrs.
lien Dickstein. Mrs. Ethel Nagler, Mr*. David
Ponve, Mrs. Anna Miller, Mrs. Robert Grossman,
Mrs. Jesse Rose and Mrs. Herman Cprrsin.
IWV Auxiliaries Service VA Hospital's
Telecart, Hold Their Regular Meetings
Jewish War Veterans, Depart-
| ment of Florida Auxiliary, mem-
ix?rs will continue to service the
I portable telephone and tei.cut at
ih>- Veterans Hospital during the
coming week.
On Friday, volunteers Mrs. Flor-
ence Grossman and her committee,
>t the West Miami Auxiliarj will
be ,.,-, duty; on Saturday. Frieda
of the Norman Bruce
Brown group will fo ill; ana"
Evelyn Decky and Juli i Bei
the Miami Beach 3 '' will be in at-
tendance on Sund ty,
Volunteers from Murray Solo-
mon 24:;, Mr. and Mrs. Sol Lip-
ton Will be at the hospital on Mon-
day: North Shore 677 members
Joli Ratner. Sarah Young and
Julia Lindsey will cover Tuesday
with Mrs. Lillian Schoen servicing
the Patient's Library.
Miami H. .n-h Aoxill&rj S30
holding a board meet
Wednesday evening it
'ncton Federal, 12 St.
ington Ave.
Poor Fifednim Auxiliary lot
has -clu'diil d a do" iv
auxiliary fund raisers
day.
North Shore Auxiliary 6"
will have a regui u
meeting c nd tcted by
man. president, on Wi
7:30 p.m. at the W isl
eral, 12th St. and v
Avenue.
A regular business rr.
ihi' Abe Horrowitz AnxiUarj 0J;
is slated for 8 p.m. at Ui
in Thursday. May 13.
j-rance* cZ_e/i
tnan
I i lUilitf ....... i
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Making plans for Saturday's dinner dance honoring Rabbi
"lorman N. Shapiro, (seated) are from left to right, Judi
Schweitzer, Marshall Schweitzer, Sharon Froug, Abe Baker,
end Jake Froug.
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Miami Chapter Of
/todassah Officers
At a lveent board meeting of
(he Miami Chapter cf iTaJ&ss&h,
the slate of officers for the coming
vear was announce"!. Mrs. Arthur
Pekelner conducted a candlelight-
ing ceremony honoring Life Mem-
bi rs and a year-end progress re-
port was given by Mrs. Morris M.
Herman, president,
Mrs. Herman was elected to an-
other term as president; vice pres-
idents chosen were Mrs. William
S. Parker, administrative; Mrs.
Bernard Mandler, fund-raising;
Mrs, Martin Amster. organization;
Mrs. Stanley Bulbin, membership;
Mrs. Arthur Grossman, program
and Mrs. Maurice Simmons, edu-
cation. Mrs. Maurice Lauretz was
named treasurer for 1971-72; sec-
retaries include Mrs. Jules Free-1
man, financial; Mrs. Sidney Stig-
litz, membership dues; Mrs. Gus-
tav Koerner, recording, and Mrs.
Fred Meyets, corresponding.
Some 33 Miami Chapter women
attended the annual conference of
the Florida Region of Hadassah in
Palm Beach this week where
workshops in all phases of Ha-
dassah programs were presented.
Mrs. Leonard Wolpe of Coral
Gables is president of the Florida
Region.
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and the University of Miami, is
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fiance graduated from the I'niver-
sity of Miami and is currently en-
rolled in its School of Medicine.
The couple is planning a Do- j
cember wedding.
Mother's Day Celebrated
Pioneer Women Club 1 was to
hold a Mother's Day celebration
at 1 p.m. Thursday at 1234 Wash-
ington Ave. Mrs. Rae Sandelburn.
club vice president was to be guest
speaker. President is Mrs. Gert-
rude Sohn.
Harry H. Cohen Auxiliary
Pi st 723 will hold joint Men
Day services at the Surfsi L
munity Center. On Sunday,
illary and Post members will
patients at the South F'..
State Hospital in Hollywood
"lfts of personal items, and
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mts and coffee.
Hillel Day School
Sets Get-Together
An informal get-togethi r
< Ted by the Hillel Communit
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Mrs Morton Lieberman. 1*
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AJC Women Plan Sunday Dinner
nor dance on Sunday, at 5:30 p.m.,
at Temple Both Sholom.
Chiiirm.in of the even' \< Mrs
The South Florida Women's
Division of American Jewish Con-
gress plans its annual donor din-
Jack Slatkin. Among guests will
be Rabbi Leon Kror.ish. president,
South Florida AJC and AJC na-
Mortal vice president.
Mrs. Melvyne Sommers became new president of the Wom-
en's Cancer League of Miami Beach at the group's annual
awards and installation luncheon at the Fontainebleau.
Administratering the oath of office was U.S. Congressman
Claude Pepper.
Alpha Omega Dental Sorority members, Mrs. Arnold Sheir
(left) and Mrs. Robert Apfel, president (left) present a check
for $720 raised by the group at a theater party, to Variety
Children's Hospital where they found Lizzett Chavez wait-
ing for a checkup from Dr. John Tabak.
NCJW School For Community Action To
Question: 'What Is Our Jewish Future?'
The Greater Miami Section. Na-1
tional Council of Jewish Women,',
will hold its School for Commun-
ity Action on Wednesday from
9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., at Temple
Israel.
An in-depth study on "What is
Our Jewish Future: In What Di-
rection Is Jewish Youth Head-
ing?" will feature a panel discus-
sion followed by questions from
the audience.
Members of the panel are Abra-
ham Gitn-lson. educational direc-
tor of Beth Torah Congregation,
David Ahrumowitz. Miami Beach
High student and recent USY
delegate to the Brussels Confer-
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Swerdlin, University of Miami stu-
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Panel moderator will be Mrs.
Alan Stolor, who Ls co-chairing
the event with Mrs. Martin M it/.
Greater Miami Section president
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Jmis*tk>r*Mr9r
Friday. May 7, 1971
At Temple Beih Am's Israel
'inner ol State in the Fontaine-
t>lea)i Hotel Saturday evening, the
lionoreea ->f the evening wen' Mr.
nd Mis. Albeit I.evine. The State
l Israel Shalom Award was con-
errpd upon them b.v The Right
loiior.ibi. Vlsoount Samuel of-
Great Britain and Israel. For this
pecial occasion Mrs. Levine wore
cstfe au tail cotton de soie gown.
t featured a h gn neckline and
inn sleeves, A self fabric belt was
oosely tied at- the waist: its ,>nh
rnamentation was a gold and
rown Jewel treatment at the ends
1 the belt.
Mrs. Marvin Markowiiz. wife
1 f tlie dinner chairman, chose a
beer white silk embroidered in
the sari style. Her gown had gold
nd red as the dominant colors in
1 he wide panniers that were in the
iront and back. Her Ions sleeves
ilso wire detailed with the em-
broidery. Mrs. David Lighl se-
eded a pink cocktail gown with
jewel necklhu and long fitted
\ es. The neckline, sleei es and
eml m wen d ed Ith gold and
I :
I
nd mad.' her -own of white si .
. Iver lame brocade. It w is
leevele I I vith jewels
at the high rounded neckline.
lot pink was 1 e color choice ol
Mrs. Byron Cherkas. Her maxi-
ength silk jersey bad a high neck-
long fitted sleeves and a
.rapped waist. Mrs. Ben Cl n'
..own ha 1 a lighl pink b tdice, 1
ink black and while ;eometria
>rint skirl and a wide pink belt.
d'\s. Rose Broudy's lime- green
ilk bad small
imbroidered In scatter pattern
Mrs. Alan Kessler's ensemble ol
ime was in gun-metal grej and
ilver. Topping thi pants
1 ess 1< ngth tunic banded In sli-
er and ck an 1 t>ite in
small : sti print con
1 Mrs i [, n's go n.
jt bad v htl :at1 re 1
ill and the 1 n print in red
nd white was I the neck, around
the wau I nd town the
01 \ ol hei ski:
Mrs, Alex Rtchi rd was in a white
ique go vn with a hi ick print
own the rront. A multi-colored
oiflon g >wn with long full cuffed
sleeves was worn by Mrs Gerald
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Schwartz Chiffon was also the
hoiec ol Mrs. Julius Brill. Her
multi-colored gown was romantic-
ally rallied.
Rabbi Herbert Baumgard's wife
chose a black silk three-piece pants
'iisembie. A knee length sleeve-
less tunic, banded In white and cu* I
in the Chanel .style, was wornl
over a long sleeved bodice. Emerald
green silk was worn by Mrs. Herb-
ert Sobel Her jump suit had a
decollette neckline, wide flaring
!e>. long cuffed sleeves, and a
wide gold and green .jewel belt.
Mrs Julius Freeman chose an
iced pink silk gown and matching
floor length coat with jewel trim.
A classic black silk jersey max:1
Was the choice of Mrs. Harold
Pomerant/ Mrs. Allan Pomerantz's
black crepe de chine gown was
slit fr im th b roline to the Ions
torso lino. Mrs. Mitlon Korotkinj
wore an iced pink pebble crepe
gown with the empire waistline
and neckline detailed with |evi Is
Mi's. Bernard Go jump
suit looked like a g v n al first
Her w hit < silk jersey
bodice h id an iridescent thread
woven into it. "Hie skirt effect
was created with white silk. Black
outlined large diamond shap> n
lb, bottom which'were in hot pink
and yellow Mrs, Bill Baros chos
a yellow and white gingham check
ii: a floor length gown Her V neck-
lini was edged with white la
through which a yellow velvet
1II t* in w threaded. Long slee"
and a full skirt created her I
silhouette
Monday Luncheon
Honors Roz Soltz
The Miami Chapter of Hadassah
Will honor Mrs. Gerald I'. Soil/ at
well luncheon in Hie Algiers
1 [1 itel Mi nday at 11:15 a.m.
R ,/ Soltz, who is well-known in
Greatei Miami area for her
activities in Hadassah, Technion,
B'nai B'rith, Jewish Federation,
Jewish Vocational Services and
ither community organizations, is
planning to leave this area next
August with her husband, their
four ctiiI iii ii and Mr. Soltz's B5-
year-old mother, to make their
permanent home in Israel.
Persons desiring additional in-
formation or reservations should
con tad Mrs Rathamin Kattan or
the office of the Miami Chapter
I Hadassah.
U-lVTs Hillel Marks
Israel Anniversary
The University of Miami Hillel
Foundation sjionsored a cultural
celebration of Israels 23rd anni-
versary on the Coral Gables
campus.
Many of the more than 200 stu-
dents who took part in an evening
Iprogram at the Student I'nion patio
danced the bora to culminate day-
long festivities sponsored b.v
Hillel.
The B'nai B'rith college organi-
zation also helped to distribute a
now student magazine on primar-
ily Jewish themes. "University
Diaspora."
And Hillel played a key role in j
a drive which collected nearly i
34,500 for the 1971 Combined Jew-
ish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund
sponsored by the Greater Miami j
Jewish Federation. Hillel is a ben-
eficiary of Federation's annual
campaign.
Auxiliary and Post
Host Barbecue For
Hospital Patients
Assisted by Mrs. Lee Haspil and
David Pechenik, members ol the
Veterans Administrative Volun-
i> Service at the Veterans Hos-
pital the Norman Bruce Brown
Best and Auxiliary 174, and the
Miami Beach Post and Auxibarv
330, Jewish War Veterans, pooled
their efforts and served a barbec ic
in the outdoor area ol the Nursing
Care Center to VA patients on
Thui -
S ime Ian patients, many doc-
irses and other hospital
personnel helpe 1 to devour soph
City Of Hope Slate To Be Installed
Former Mayor Chuck Hall will
officiate at the ceremonies install-
ing new officers of the Miami
Beach Chapter, City of Hope. Sun-
day. May 16. at the Montmartre
Hotel.
President for 1971-72 will, be
Mrs. Sv Plasky. Other officers on
the slate include Hattie Edwards,
liaison: Marion Rubin, Sade Mintz.
Bess I-inde, Gertrude Averbock.
vice presidents; Dorothy Amho-
witz. financial secretary; Henrteta
Tauber, treasurer: Rose Bernstein.
recording secretary; Rita Con-
vlser, corresponding secretary;
LMh Crudo, social secretary.
Also, Ruth Schoener, publicnv
Eleanor Gerlich, historian; Betty
Greonberg, program: Goktte Coh
life membership; Bess Kirsch, thrift
shop, and Hannah Rosenfeld.
solicitation.
Trustees include Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Harrison. Mr. and Mrs!
Alfred Mendelson, May Hartm ui
Cy Plasky, Ben Levin* Mr. and
Mrs. Martin Blumenthal and Ruth
Schoener.
Mrs. Dorothy Amhowitz Is
charge of reservations.
i pounds of hamburger, and 201
pounds ol franks prepar.il over an
.pen fire, plus I iXed bt ans, pot it I
salad ind all the fixin's
Hosts from the Norman Bru i
Brown Auxiliary and Post included
Sylvia Liebman, Pearl Weinstein,
p luline Smith, Margaret Adler
.ml Claire Greenwald, president.
Ed Feibelman, Ed Brenner and
Lennj Davis post commander.
Volunteers trom the Miami
Beach Auxiliary and Post 330 were
Abe Waldman, Minnie Hopen, hos- j
pital chairman. Ceil Rochwai
pn sident, Helen Warsh and Be*-
ale Gibber.
Members of the North Shore
Auxiliary and Post <'~7 also as-
sisted, including Bill and Rose
Spielberg, Herman Adebnan and
Joli Ratner.
ACF Crystal Chapter Plans
Lunch and Musical Program
The Crystal Chapter of the I
asthmatic Children's Foundation
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Friday. May 7. 1971
* knistnrrfcfirijn
Newly Organized S. Florida LIU. Alums
Elect Mrs. Milton Sirkin First President
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In elections held recently by the
South Florida Long Island Uni-
versity-* Brooklyn Center, Mrs.
MRS. HILTON SIRKIN
Milton Sirkin was chosen to head
up the newly formed group. Miss
Natalie S. Karlton. also of Miami
Beach, will serve as secretary.
The election was held al Miami
Beech's DiLido Hotel, owned by
Mrs. Sirkin and her husband. Mil-
ton, members of L.I.f.'s first two
classes. 1931 and "32 respectively.
Representing the University at
the organizational meet inn. Arnold
Schaid, director, outlined the chap
ters goals, activities, functions
and organization, while Professor
Leon Schulman discussed the Uni-
versity's growth, faculty, student
body, educational advantages, fa-
cilities and innovative programs.
Professor Schulman. who has
taught business finance at L.I.U.
for more than 15 years, served
during World War II as director
Ol the National Jewish Welfare
Hoard for South Florida at a time
when Mrs. Sirkin was chairman of
the group's Army-Navy Commit-
tee.
Florida alumni or any student
interested in at tending an urban
university may reach Mrs. Sirkin
at the DiLido Hotel or at her
home 2040 North Bay Rd.
Long Island University is a pri-
I vate. non-demoninational. coedu-
, cation.i! university with four main
campuses and a total undergrad-
uate and graduate enrollment of
more than 22.000 students. The
Brooklyn Center, located in the
heart of downtown Brooklyn, of-
fers degrees In the liberal arts and
sciences, business administration,
teacher and physical education.
The Center also has departments
>>f nursing and journalism.
SE Florida Region
Of ORT to Install
The Southeastern Florida Re-
gion of Women's American ORT
will hold its annual installation of
officers and board at a 10 a.m.
Tuesdav, May 18. meeting in the
Richelieu Room of the Deauvilte
Hotel, it has been announced.
The Region is comprised of
5.000 members in 10 chapters, dedi-
cated to helping the disadvantage^
hi come self-supporting and eco-
nomically secure through training
i in CRT's vocational schools lo-
cated in 22 countries.
Taking the r.ath of office will be
Mrs. Leonard Pechenik, president:
! .Mrs. Philip Stark, chairman of the
pxecutlvc committ< e; Mrs. Howard
Horn, Mrs. Syd Hoff, Mrs. Joseph
Kanter, Mrs. Harry Kaufman.
Mrs. Sydney Kronish, Mrs. Morton
Kriss, Mrs. Joel lack, Mrs. Kd-
;ward Light, Mrs. Mickey Nicdcn-
j thai. Mrs. Russell Paul, Mrs. Sam-
and Mrs. Irving Tillis. vice presi-
1 uel Press, Mrs. Michael Rosenthal
dulls; Mrs. Morris Greenberg, re-
cording secretary; Mrs. Lou Ja-
cobson, corresponding secretary;
Mrs. Morris Apner, membership
dues secretary; Mrs. Frit/i I.eit.
financial secretary. Mrs. Mickey
Sallcs, treasurer, and Mrs. Theo-
dore /.all. s. parliamentarian.
Senior Citizen To Receive A Degree
A senior citizen with a goal and
the pers. vi ranee necessary to
ii .nil it will attain her ambition
ANN JACOBS
Sunday. Ann Jacobs, a Greater
Miami resident sine. 1936, vvill re-
ceive her Assi date of Arts degrei
from Miami-Dade Junior College
on Mother's Day. 1971.
With only a grade school educa-
tional background, and in spite ol
the "generation gap" Ann.
active clubwoman with ad
children, registered at the
Campus of M-DJC for hu
Course in 19(i7. She did well
fiist class. "rile Com||
SUniy of Religious." ami
confidence, went on to rulfill
the requirements for a degree
Mrs. Jacobs, the widow ol N -
man Jacobs, is the mother I
Rabbi David j. Jacobs of Q' I
Mass. and Irene.1 Baros of Mia i.
One of her seven grandchildr
Giant Baros. a student at the <' -
Vlisity of South Florida, will fly
ii. lo join the lesi of the fan ily
ai the grailuaiii.ii ceremonies.
In recognition of her achii
ment, the 69-year-old member .f
Ttmplp Beth Am will \m- preset t-
. il with a commendation during
the Friday, veiling sen id at | te
ti mple May 14.
Donor Reward Luncheon Set
The Miami Beach Chapter .i'
Hadassah will hold their ami 1
">or.or Reward Luncheons Monc v
md Tuesday ,-,i the Carillon II.-
\;- Sherman Fast, president >f
he Miami Beach Chapter, I s
announced. Mrs. Sol BoneparMl
ind Mrs. Jack Wolf8tein are d i
hairmen far both events. Ent -
' talnment will be by Lee Bar v.
Pharmacists To Honor
Dr. Charles F. Tate, Jr.
T'ne South Florida Pharmaceu-
tical Association vvill install Raj
:: Bellin cer as pi esidenl in cen -
.; i. s onducted by John Statinik,
former president ol the Florida
Board oi Pharmacy, al the Play-
, i':., i : lotel Sunday i v
S iks, the FPA's II. altl
V el! ii" chairman, will present the
fifth annual A. W, Moirison Mi
morial Award lo Dr Charles F.
'late, Jr., chairman oi the Inter-
agency Council on Smoking and
11. alth oi i tade Count; An associ-
. > professor al i he i l-M Scl
Medicine, 1 r, Tate is a special-
is) h spii atoi y disi ases and has
work, d consistently in programs
dealing with smoking and health,
addressing numberless grou|is on
the subject.
The award memoi ializi the late
Bill Morrison, who served thi As-
sociation BS president and as
rt.tary manager for a number of
irs. A mi mber of the Floi Ida
. ird oi Health and the State
Board oi Ph u mac; he also sei ved
a term as pres id< nl ol the Fli
l 'harmaci ul leal A isoci il I in.
Mr. Bellinger, who is assuming
the presidency ol the South Flor-
i Association, was head ol the
State Narcotic Bureau's Miami
for a number of years and
has served as president of the In-
ti n 'tional Narcotic Law Enforce-
mi I I Officers Association He is
now with the State Division ol
Health Office ol Di I i-v.i-
tion,
' uli. i offici'.s to i insl
: lor the
i airmanship ol Ja k i u is
Warn n Welti rs, iresid I
Al Yager, treasurer, and 12 mem-
bei a w ho w ill serve en thi new
itive committee.
\ow Is The Time
To Join Tin' Israel
Merchant Marine
The Israel Merch ml M
;,; pd my n w
ad now
, i hem,
l hi.se w iin v,:.,.! licens
immedi it< i
Qualified technicians ii i
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Box 7 Hail i, l.- '..el.
Mrs. liwin M. Liss (second hom right, a
founder of the Miami Chcpter of Hadassah
and its first president, is congratulated by
Michael Litvak, Miami and Florida director
of Israel Bends, upon being named for the
Woman ol Valor Award which will be con-
ed upon her at the first Bond-wi:h- Israel
Luncheon to be sponsored by the Miami
Chapter on Monday, May 24, at the For.
tainebleau Hotel. From left are Mrs. Bernarc
Mandler, fund raising vice president of th->
chapter; Mrs. A. Arthur Pekelner and Mrs
Joseph Milton, cochairmen of the luncheor
and Mis. Morris Herman, president of thr
Miami Chcpter.
At a reception given in honor of the Jewish National
Fund World Advisory Council Dr. Milton Aron, exec-
utive vice president of the JNF of America, presented
Israel President Zalman Shazar with a copy of his
book. "Ideals and Ideals of the Hassidim." Jacob
Tsur. world chairman of the Keren Kayemeth (left)
and Herman L. Weisman. president, look on.
Israel's; Prime Minister Colda Meir examines
an aircraft model during a recent visit to the
Acre nautical Engineering Laboratories of
Technion-Israel Institute of Technology. Ex-
plaining the aircraft's features is Prof. Mosh-i
Rom. The Technion has a major role in de-
signing Israel-produced aircraft, vital to the
country's security.


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"Jf** tet Hurik0MP
Friday, May 7, 1S?1
Technion Chapter's Officers Take Over
Mrs. Meyer Brilliant will be in-
stalled as president of Um Miami
Chapter. Women*! Division. Amer-
ican Society for Technion at a
luncheon in the University of Mi-
ami Faculty Club. 1550 Brescia
Ave., at noon Friday. May 14.
Mrs. Phillip Thau will serve as
the installing officer; the group's
honorary president. Mrs. H. Frank-
lin Williams, will be the chairman
of the day. A special ceremony
will be held honoring Junior Life
Members. Life Circle Members,
Life Trustees and Founders.
Vice presidents being installed
include Mrs. Harry L. Aronson and
Mrs. William Goldberg, ways and
means; Mrs. Louis Haffner and
Mrs. Julius Propp, education; Mrs.
Norman Hill and Mrs. Morris
Greene, membership, and Mrs. Je-
rome Stern, program.
Other officers to be installed
are Mrs. Joe Lieberman. treas-
urer; Mrs. May Eisenstadt and
Gertrude Levy, financial secre-
taries; Miss Goldie Reiss, corre-
sponding secretary; Mrs. Seymour
Laskey. recording secretary; Mrs.
H. Franklin Williams, parliamen-
tarian; Mrs. Harold Thurman.
chaiplain; Mrs. Rae Roscnthal.
historian, and honorary presidents
Mrs. Martin W. Spector. Mrs. H.
Franklin Williams. Mrs. Meyer A.
Baskin and Mrs. Morton R. Fell-
man.
Reservations tor the event may-
be made by contacting Miss Ann
Wollman.
j Courshon Takes
Chairman's Post
At the recent annual stockhold-
| ers meeting of Jefferson Bancorp.
Inc.. the following persons were
named to the board: Arthur H.
Courshon, chairman; Jack R Cour-
shon, vice chairman; H. Steward
Conklin. jr.. president; Barton
S. Goldberg, secretary-treasurer;
Jack D. Gordon, senior vice presi-
! dent: Milton M. Gaynor, vice pres-
! ident and assistant treasurer; and
Norman M. Gillcr. assistant sec-
retary and assistant treasurer.
Elected as directors were Jack
D. Gordon and H. Steward Conk-
lin, Jr.. for a one year term: Jack
R. Courshon and Milton M. Gay-
nor for a two year term; Arthur
H. Courshon. Norman M. Gillcr
j and Barton S. Goldberg for three
! year terms.
bituaries
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BRIETERMAN
Traveler's Guide To Jewish Landmarks
"The Traveler's Guide to Jew-
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Bernard Postel and Samuel H.
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to provide specific country-by-
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For the genera] reader, this book
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thousand years of the settlement.
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Dr. Ginott, Author,
i Is JFCS's Speaker
Dr. Haim G. Ginott. a widely
Reclaimed psychologist, will be
I the guest speaker at the Women's
Committee of Jewish Family and
Children's Service annual instal-
lation luncheon at the Four Am-
! issadors, on Wednesday. May
26, at 11:30 a.m.
Dr. Ginott. author of "Between
Parent and Child" and "Between
I Parent and Teenager." is also a
I columnist and has appeared on
] numerous TV programs.
Reservations may be made by
calling the Jewish Family and
Children's Service main office.
Mrs. Reinwald New Prexy
Mrs. David Reinwald was In-
stalled as president of the Louis
D, Brandeis Group. Miami Beach
i Chapter of Hadassah, at a recent
reeling held in the Fontaine-
Mean Hotel. Also on the program
' i- i tribute to Mrs Fr"d Jonas.
*er of the croup and a past
resident of the MB Chapter.
'BUT.'IF NUREMBERG WAS RIGHT..."
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Plans A Meeting
And Installation
The !'. '"......Iman Business and
; 'n I ; mal G oup of Hadassah
old Its n snjlai i ting at
8 p.m. Wi dm sday, May 19, at the
: al, 755 Wash-
i s .
The at Ion w i I Install its
11 w office) at a h ir
ladiliac Hotel Sund \ Iay23
Mrs Sherman Fast. i ol
the Miami !' ach Chapti r, will
i ihi eei monii i,
Mrs. Hyman Chabner, outgoing
president, and Miss Lillian Good-
man, president-elect, an in charge
of reservations.
Mount Sinai Cardiologist To
Speak On Heart Diseases
Dr. Frank J. Hildner will ad-
members of the Plaza si"'
Apartments Social Club at 8 p.m.
Wednesday on Heart Disease in
People Over Age 50." The lecture
is part of the continuing educa-
tional series sponsored by Mount
Sinai Hospital.
Dr. Hildner. associate chief of
cardiology at Mount Sinai, gradu-
ated from Loyola Striteh School
ol Medicine in Chicago and in-
terned in Grand Rapids. Mich. He
is director of the clinical catheter-
izatlon laboratory In the Cardiol-
ogy Section at Mount Sinai and
an assistant professor in the Uni-
vi rsity of Miami Sehool ol Medi-
cine.
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IEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
CHAPTER 20722 ACTS OF 1941
File No. 71 A 124
NOTICE IS HKIIEHY GIVEN thai
Nathaniel w. Slegel. holder of City
of Miami Tax sale Certificates num-
bered 147 and 43 Issued the Is
flay "i May A I> lt8 has filed same
In my office, and has mad.- applica-
tion for a lax deed lo he issued there-
on. Said certificates embrace the fol-
lowlns described property, In the
County of Dade, State of Fiend... to
i.e. 28 l-ss i: l" ft tor si Block :'.
Hi nrj POrd Sub No Plat Book
9 Page IIS, Bectlon 14. Township
S3 South, Ranee n Bast, In the
ivuiitv of Dade State of Flor-
ida, as i mbra. d In Cei tlflcate
No it? The asaessmi l of said
property under the said certlfl-
Issned was- in the name ,,f
Laura Plcchl.
This deed ill I" t--U' d subj. I
other outstanding delinquent Count)
taxes and 1871 County taxes, and City
of M laml Lli ns
l.ei \ Block I, Olenndale Plat
; Page 71. Sei lion 26 Tow n-
ship :.;i South, Range n East, in
the County of Dade. State of Plot
Ida, as mbi a. ed In l i tlflcate
No (42 The asi ei smi nl of said
property under the said certifi-
cate Ii ued was In the none of
Bel of Winifred : Pardwell
Thi- deed ill be Issued subjeel to
all other outstanding delinquent Coun-
ty taxes, and 1870 County taxes and
l'it\ Of Miami I .;
I'nless aid certificates shall be re-
.1, med ... ord rig In law, the pi "i" rt)
described herein will be sold t" the
hlghei t bldd. r for cash al II C .url
House door on ihe first Mondaj i"
the month of June A 1971, which Is
the 7th tlaj of Juni A i> I9T1.
Dated this Srd dav of Mav \ n 1971
K B LEATHERMAN
Cli rk i i "ourt,
I ladl < 'omit V Kiel il.i
By P F OtTl DSTRAND DC.
(i ull Court Seal)
14-21-2*
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PKOBATE
No. 71-1806
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
i,i RE: Estate of
,\ M.I.IA.M LEWIS
Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hi .
ing Claims or Demands Against Si 1
\,.u an hereby notified and in-
quired lo present any claims and .
mands which you may have ag;
ih. .state oil WILLIAM i
do. I .-ed late of Dade i
ty. Florida, to the County Judit, (
Dade County, and file the earn,
duplicate and a* provided In s-
733.16, Florida Statutes in thl
flees in the County Courthouse ,n
im.le County, Florida, within six ,u
endar months from the time of the
tlr.st publication hereof, or ih.
will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this j
da) of May. AH 1871.
BLANCHE LEWIS
As ExeeutriX
First publication of this notice i
the 7th day of May. 1 !71.
TAl.IANoFF & UADER
Attorney for Executrix
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Heiieh. Florida
." 7-14-21-2S

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA.
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
CASE NO. 71-8696
NOTICE TO DEFEND
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-945
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In UK: Estate of
PEKHY McKJNLET PERFECT
Dec. sum d
To All Creditors and All Persons II
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first publication hereof, or thi
ill b< barri d
Dati at Miami. Plorld I, tins .--^
da) of April, \ D 1871
CHARLES i: PERFECT
As Administrator
Plrsi publication of this notice
ih, Titi day of May, IMl.
SA.Ml'EL STEEN
Alt toriH > for Adi.i.
(12 I 'nl Plata I
Miami, Florid..
:. 7-14-21-21
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 71-6972
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SECURITY Gt'ARDS ASSOCIATION
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By: L'rblno Bajuelo, Becretarv
" 7-14-21 -21
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-1226
(DOWLING)
. L.N,?T,CE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
JAMBS AMPBELL LEW IS
I ased
To aii Creditors and All Persons Hav-
Esut "" '" '"'"'""K Alnal Bald
You are herebj notified and ra.
'"' ";' to ores. ii] :. mi, and ,,,..
mands which you may have against
he eatate of JAMES CAMPBEUL
leu s de. eased late ..r Lad.- Coun-
>. fiorida, to the Count] Judges of
'.'" '" "-V and file the bum In
-"l";;' I./'' '" '""vided |n gecUosi
>. ii, Florida Statutes. In th.
Ocss in ihe County Courth..u. In
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COLIN QRAY-LEWIS
An, diary Exei utor
ihl-^ ('ublicatlon of this notice on
the ,ih dav of Mav. 1S71
TAI.IA.VOFF AND BADER
Attorney for Estate
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
r 7-M-21-2I
IN THE COUNTY JUDGESCOLRT
IN AND FOR DAUE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-1447
(Judge John R. Blanton)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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Page 11-S
Israel Newsletter
By CARL ALPERT
Golda Pondering
The Alternatives
kJBIXOWBD iy HER YEARS and her growing
** |. vM)iisir.il;1:rs.' (\ .ilda'Meir has become a
ightful and contemplative stab swoman. She con-
sults her associates and seeks ad-
vice She m ikes no snap decisi ins.
Carefully she considers the lines
which are put Forward as national
| policy. The lights burn late in her
home, even when she Is alone, and
I ventui : to surmise that Israel's
Premier muses about the problems
of the day with that marvelous ca-
pacity of hers to reduce even the
difficult matters to simple and easily under-
stood elements.
Ever the realist, perhaps she ponders along the
iwing lines: "The Americans are putting terrific f
I -sim- on us to yield a bit. to be more compromis-
ing, to be softer, to adopt what they call a 'reason-
I ible' line. We must decide on our program and fight
I to carry it through. But we must also be ivalisti-
I illy aware of public opinion. This is a democracy.
I ge segments of our population are more stub-
born and more uncompromising than we.
"But the Americans can make my position po-
-,!1\ untenable. They have ever SO many military,
I nomic and political weapons which they can use
nst us. l could not withstand them all. Yet 1
not make any change in policy without
n ; to the people. That might mean holding a
great national referendum in which the questions
-. i!d be: Give back Sine'." Return the Golan
heights to Syria? Gaza? Rebuild the wall dividing
I \ ept what promises or guarantees?
"The other alternative would be to call for new
tio to the Knesset and seek a mandate from
he citizenry for our policies. Party platforms will
J to be i xpressed unambiguously. If I go to the
ile v Ith a platform which is concill itory, the
public may well consider us defeatist. Moshe Dayan
again leave the party, and this time he
ould well take with him a larger segment than
when he left to join Rafi. The combination of Dayan.
'he Gahal extremists and the religious bloc, would
ive a case with great api>eal to the people. Old
v.dties. parly machinery, the socialist idealism of
our supporters, all would be of little avail against
[the exciting slogans of the activists. Labor would
lose control it has held since tho creation of the
Stats. It would be a disaster for the I el we know
H the country should fall under the o .itrol of right-
wing parties. '
"Therefore. I have no choice but to stand
firm against the Americans no matter how great
the pressure. And they must understand, too, that
.!' they force me to the breaking point, the alterna-
tive to Golda Meir and the Labor Party is a new
idministration swept into power on a platform
more extreme and more activist than the present
one."
"In '
SOOK REVIEW
By Seymour B. Liebmon
More Jewish Books
[TllK KOMI HASIIONAII ANTHOLOGY edited by
Rabbi Philip Goodman (Jewish Publication Society.
|$t>.00) is a significant addition to the holy day anthologies
published by the J.P.S. The l>ook covers
the gamut of interest in this first day
of the Jewish New Year for people of
all ages and all nations. It is the pro-
verbial mine of information. The photo-
Traphs, illustrations and reproductions
make this a most worthy addition to
bookshelves of Judaica. It is a com-
pletely Jewish book.
The- Patrlarches, edited by Benjamin
\*ar (Rutgers University Press, $201 is the third vol-
\e of The. Worid of the Jewtoh People. Each volume of
series is the work of several outstanding authorities
Itheir respective fields.
Dr. Mazar and his colleagues have written more for
scholar than the general lay reader Their task was
evaluate the traditions and evidence in the Bible and
findings of research and Studies of contemporaneous
laments, tablets etc. The The book is divided into two
fs The Period, and the Hebrews and the Patriarchs.
le men such as the editor of the first volume, Dr.
V. Speiser. Yadin and Moshe Greenberg are well-
.*"n. there are several others who do not share a
fcd reputation among non-scholars. It was an over-
It not to provide a brief biographical sketch of each
Iributor. In all other respects, we extend our con-
lulations to the Rutgers University Press for this
umentaJ undertaking.
Our Film Folk:
By HERBERT G. LUFT
Appeal To World's Conscience
pil.M proimtkr Arthur Cohn talked with your
JTA columnist about "The Garden Of The Fin/i-
Continis," his forthcoming picture reiterating tho
hitter truth that .lews the world
can rely only on themselves
for their survival. Cohn, the son-
in-law oi Haim Moshe Shan.; i
Israel's late Minister of the In-
terior, is himself deeplj concern I
about the future ol the Holy Land.
"The Garden Of The Finzi-
Continis," based on Gian B
Rani's best-seller, and dire,-ted by
Vittorio de Slca, deals with the fate of the
of Fen-are under Mussolini to the moment of de-
portation into certain death, thereby reflecting the
tragedy of Jews everywhere caught during World
War II by the onslaught ol the Nazis and their
Fascist collaborators.
Those within the small medieval community
were divided by class into patricians and plebc-
ians and, as elsewhere, into rich and poor. The fore-
bodings of impending doom narrowed and sharpened
the common Iwnd. and too late such aristo-
cratic families as the Finzi-Continis discovered
their Jewish heritage. As they did. they opened
their gradens and symbolically their hearts to their
fc llow-Ji ws. Some people we knew in those days
didn't even do this! "
"The Garden Of The Finzi-Continis" was made
e ol warnings that In today's market a film
without overt Violence and illicit sex never would
he successful, and disn i ling financial considera-
tions, the dialogue v only in the Italian
a fact immediately limiting the world
markets and elim i I s. television network
distribution. Thej i- ned the box offici ap-
peal in, si i ;th i' authenticity b> using a 10m-
ly unknown Italian cast of sta| ictors ex-
cept for Helmut Berger and Dominque Sanda. And
De Sica spent five months among the Jews of Fer-
a a to study the waj ol life, traditions and religious
fervor within tho Northern Italian community.
A good Jew. Arthur Cohn believes that a filmic
expose such as "The Garden Of The Finzi-Continis"
will appeal to the conscience of the world and em-
phasize the importance of the State of Israel. The
Jews of Ferrara, together with our brethren every-
where on the continent of Europe, were rounded up
and shipped of!' like cattle to the extermination
centers of the Fast because there was no country
behind them to protect their rights as citizens and
human I* ings.
Capital Spotlight: By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
Pressure On Israel Continues
Tiik LATE WINTER offensive of fury and promise that
swept ugh1 to
coerce Israel into agreeing to give tip all the Sinai as 8
precondition to negotiations with Egypt. That campaign
came to a halt in the face ol Israeli objections and pow-
erful opposition in the Senate to a commitment of Amer-
ican troops which blew out the main security element in
tin' peace package assembled to pleas.' Israel.
Now in the early spring, a new campaign is on to
rush Israel into agreeing to withdraw a short distance
from the Sue/ and allow the re-opening of the canal.
This maneuver is not specifically in the Jarring formula
nor in the Rogers plan. Observers here believe some-
thing useful may emerge from it as a preview of addi-
tional arrangements once the bargaining narrows down
to serious negotiations. But. the observers add. much
time will be r>quircd to make sure Soviet-Egyptian ac-
quiesence in the partial agreement will not go the way
of previous peace-keeping arrangements.
Meanwhile, the pressure to keep Israel on the propa-
ganda offensive continues in important sections of our
nedia. Thus Egypt is pictured as restless for battle and
Israel is provoking the militancy by not responding
quickly and favorably to what the Cairo government and
its Soviet sponsors .seek. So Egyptians fire across the
cand. Egyptian militants ore souring on President Sa-
le's "moderate" policies, Palestinian guerrillas are ac-
tive again inside .1 rdan and on Israels borders and
roadcasting from Egyptian soil. Even one of the mos
influential newspaper critics <>f Israel concedes much of
this is bluff. Nevertheless, the same drummers are urg
Ing Israel to make a positive" response that is "u -
it:> needed." Of course, both in diplomacy and effec-
Uve propaganda, a sop must be given to the opponei-3
now and then to make things look fair and honest for tha
public, but there arc limits to this tactic.
Now comes Senator J. William Fulbright's stat
ment that Israel is resorting to "Communist-baiting hun
buggery', to manipulate American policy in the Mkki .
East." Capitol Hill observers wonder about this strong,?
statement from the Senate Foreign Releations Committ- i
chairman that is so diametrically opposed to the recerc
documentation on Soviet penetration and ambitions i".
th< Middle East by President Nixon and Secretary oC
State William P. Rogers and particularly the policy state-
ment adopted by 87 Senators last September that pinpoint
responsibility squarely on the So*let Union for the Mi
die East dangers.
Responding to a question from the Jewish Tel- -
graphic Agency about the Senate vote in favor of S5< '
million in credit to Israel, which he opposed, the Senate."
-aid publkly: That great vote you mentioned only dem-
onstrates the tremendous power the Zionists have in Otl
Congress. There's no denying that, they have the power.''
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Some Amusing Stories
tflRTVAIJ.Y EVEBY U.S. President has had
some Jewish contact, Mr. Truman, who was
President when the state of Israel was created.
was the first President to meet
an Israeli President; we remem-
ber Chaim Wcizmann's famous re-
| mark to him: "Mr. President, you
think yout have troubles being
President Of a country. What about
me? I am President of a nation of
Presidents ."
We don't know what President
Sh;./ar said to President Nixon.
But in Israel, they arc telling of a bit of interesting
conversation that took place between President
Nixon and Mrs. M< lr on her \ isit to the White House.
They say thai I'BLjMunt Nixon in the course
of his conversation eispMBsed s >me admiration tor
the Israeli military leadership
Well." Golda replied, "how about exchanging
some of our generals for some American generals?"
"You would do that?" said Nixon, surprised.
What American generals would you want us to
give you?"
"Well," said Golda. "there are General Motors,
General Electric and General Foods ."
A Russian Jewish lady who finally got permis-
sion to go to Israel tells a good story about a Jew
who applied to Ovir, the department in Russia hav-
ing to do with emigration, for permission to leave
for Israel. He explained that he had a blind brother
in Israel and if he were there, he would be able to
help him.
"Well." the Ovir official said, "why don't you
get yout brother to come here?"
"No. no," protested the Jew, "you didn't under-
stand what I said. 1 said my brother was blind,
not crazy."


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Libby's Green Beans 9 I
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YOUR BONUS WITH EVERY PURCHASE
GMfN STAMPS
ROKEACH 2,oz ft-
GelfffleFish.......................S 79
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ICO Milk .. All FLAVORS....HALF GAL. CTN. IXtT
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Pickled Beets A 'HCNION.s 3 jars 09
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Red Delicious Apples s 69
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Cubed Beef Steaks 89:
Florida Caught Mackerel 39c
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Whole Baby Salmon I'
Cocktail Sauce
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Pascal Celery
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Salami and Bologna 99
Freshly Smoked Sable 99
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Freshly Made Salads
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fewisli Floridlian
Florida Friday, May 7, 1971
Section C
ADL Asks HEW Action
On Federal Grant
W YORK (JTAI The
li-lWamation League of B'nai
ii'i has asked Klliot Richard-
Secretary of the U.S. De-
ft-Hi nt of Health. Kducation
Welfare, to reexamine the
of a $523,000 federal grant
he to a paramilitary-type
kt:p headed by a "profession
I nltie seeking to establish
: rllla army" and take ap-
I action.
ley moiir (irauhnril. national
Lirnuui the League, spelled
the il'-tails (if tile case in a
|ti r t the Secretary. It was
i..urth protest seal to m:w.
the tirst addressed to Sacra
i Richardaoo, and eoBtanded
It is "eooatar to public poi-
for government to tun. tion
rough Mgota."
ie HEW gram was made in
, tor a remedial educa-
: occupational training
for the disadvantaged
I .ding narcotics addicts
r.sored by the Blackmail's De-
pment center in Washing-
D.C. The ci nter is part of a
^: cated maze ol operations
li | by Col. Hassan Jeru-
v which includes a "Black-
i '- Volunti er Army of Liber-
ing tiained iii the
: small arms and guerrilla
it imps established by
issai or farms in Virginia, the
ta -u-' in said.
M>I. informants,
j ; -old black natio
to v. ..- I orn Albert Bay
t>- Mil tter < '< ncTa!" of
call< ti the "1
Govi mm nt of the
fin. d Moori ih Republic" an l
cord i f anti-Semitfc m
>::. :., k .i : uml er of years.
t i i f support from
p., el coin R
. : KUi\ Klan, and
laboratcd w itai VI I
: of l kberty Lobby,
hi v. ashington-based
la a] pan; is,
Gra ibi i I said the League
i trgi d HEW officials to re-
nsider the grant in a Feb. :5
letter to Timothy Halnon, pro-
gram director of HKW's Man-
power Development and Train-
in- Division. The League de-
scribed Hassan's background and
enclosed samples of the anti-
Semitic materials distributed by
the Blackman's Development
("enter. Richard Hobson, chief of
the Experimental and Utiliza-
tion Section, replied in a letter
dated Feb. 2:> that the grant did
not Imply HEW endorsement of
other activities of the organiza-
tion or members ol its staff.
Afti r a s< i ond letter dated
March 19. Mr. Hobson replied
that he had been assured by
In.-an that all anti-Semitic ac-
tivity s had nded five -.ears ago.
The Lea jue ivs|>ondcd, doeu-
menting anti-Jewish activities
i d In last fall.
Wide distribution was given
to anti-Semitic tracts last Si
tember, Mr. Graubard has in-
formed Secretary Richardson;
they were handed out at the
station he owns, at the U.S,
Department of Labor and on
District of Columbia streets.
One ol these tracts, signed by
Hassan and printed on the Sta-
tionery of the "Blackman's Vol-
unteer Army of Liberation," de-
clares: An i rii a's deadly enemy
...is t:it international Jewish
nd asserts, "Ann r-
is t in eaten d with taken- i r
from within by a people thai are
iring to destroy the Ameri-
can h
The ADL ha
tl government
officia not to grant a visa to
a Gem utist convicted by
u 1948 rg war crimes
ti ibunal nisi sing slave labor.
On nbrose, a former Nazi
partj r ho was mai i
of the I. B Farben rubb r
at Auschwitz during World War
II was inviti d to speak at the
; / C Company semi-
nar !-. M Wednesday at the
company's Mai.and. Mich., head-
quarters and l.a.i requested per-
mission to visit this country for
the purpose.
ADL's Washington office ap-
pealed to the Visa Office, the
German Desk of the U.S. State
Department and to the U.S.
Commissioner of Immigration.
pointing out that according to
U.S. law a convicted criminal is
not admissible to this country.
It urged the State Department
not to recommend a waiver of
inadmissibility, because to do so
would not be in the public in-
terest.
Hen- Ambrose, on of 13 I. G.
Farb. n i xi cutive convit ted after
an 11-month trial, received the
tin stiffest penalty eight years
in prison. Accordim/ i i the pros-
i uti i li ast 25,000 pi rsons
died at the I. G. Faiben factory
or in the concentration camp
built for the company across the
road from th. plant site. The
plant's entire labor force was
sleeted from among the prison-
is at Auschwitz. About tiO';
of th> prisoners were deemed
unfit for the work, and gassed
Immediate
Hebrew University
Is Topic of Lecture
The annual Spring cultural et-
ing of thi American Friends ol
the Hebrew Universitj ol Greater
M ami will : ture Dr. Yarmiahu
Y .i : oi i tl 1 profes-
sors of phili > iphy, and an alumnus
tl Hebrew Univv I"'.
Yovell, who spends much ol his
time traveling and lecturing. ill
repo i on thi general topic. "The
Hebrew Univei Its Impaci
on the Woi nd '1" i nor-
lii'.V ."
The meeting slated I
day, May 13, at 8 p.m. in the
. ny Hoti
Trudy H mi i hi president.
Dr. Yovell will be
by his wife and son.
'Plus Giving'-Woman's Role
In The CJA-IEF Campaign
Th s seems an appropriate
to reflect on a woman's
- i an l in particular the Jew-
i .man's role in our society
I ij
e of our rich back-
p"" r.i and heritage, we were
rn to car.', to feel and m wt
mportant to respond. And what
lo S that mean? It means that
f ri spond with t itality. We
rave the ability to relate to an
ptire people and also to a par-
| r people.
We wvre Jewish girls before
Ire were Jewish wives, mothers
Slid grandmothers. And. as Jevv-
sh women we can look back
knd remt raber the dignity of
pur mothers and the little boxes
which they put small amounts
pf money to reach out to feed
khe hungry and clothe the naked.
It was a vital part of our growth
Bnd development, and is one of
Ihe prime factors that brought
us to the unique position that we
enjoy in today's society.
We are '.'wish women who be-
lieve that earing is wanting to
do for and wanting to sacrifici
for. Wi are saerif dng for sur-
vival survival of the jieoplc
of Israel, and these less fortu-
nate In our own comm inity and
.v are dciing so by supplement-
ing the Federation f imily gift
with a plus "'ft to th" Women's
Division of Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation.
This we do SO that we may
continue to feel Involved and be
involved as individuals, as hu-
man beings, and as the teach-
ers of "Tzedakah." which is one
ot the Jewish woman's roles.
In doing so wt are at once
imprOA UT own liv s and
the ;.. ol our children for
the ultimate goal is the immor-
tality of a people, our people.
We hopi you will join hearts
hand.- with the thousands
of women in our community
who give an extra gift and an
extra lift to the Jews of the
world today by pli dging extra
dollars i" thi Women's Division
of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation s 1971 Combined Jew-
ish Appeal-Isra 1 En rg ncy
Fund cam:v.. m.
SP
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Associate (Jt-iienil Campaign
Chairman
Women's Division Campaign
Chairman
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, left, chats with Sen. Birch Bayh
keynote speaker at the Israel Indeuendence Day Salute to
Israel in the Miami Beach Auditorium. Hyman I. Fliege.
(center) chairman of the rally which attracted 3.600 personi
iooVi on with interest. Program was sponsored by the Amer-
ican Zionist Federation with the cooperation of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation.
Rcbeit P. Forman, executive director of the Greater Miarr.
Jewish Federation, presents a sterling silver tray to Judg =
Irving Cypen Uetl), the honorary president of Douglus Gar
dens and chaitman cf its Silver Anniversary celebration on
hall oi its officers and board of directors.
sax-
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Major Gen. Eliahu Zeira, (center) Israel's Military Attache in
Washington, D.C., was the guest speaker when the West-
view Country Club launched its campaign on behalf of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation's 1971 Combined Jewish
Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund campaign with its annual
Federation Day recently. Samuel B. Robison (shown with
his wile at right) is Westview's CJA-IEF chairman; at left are
Lawrence Porter, dinner chairman, and Mrs. Porter.
Mere than 600 persons enjoyed a festive evening as Doug-
las Gardens-Jewish Home for the Aged celebrated its
Silver Anniversary in the Playboy Plaza Hotel. Among
those present at the gala dinner-dance were the Home's
president, Leo Rose, Jr., and Mrs. Rose, (left) and Judge
Irvinq Cypen, the Home's honorary president who was
chairman of the evening, and Mrs. Cypen.



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1st Day Of Phonothon
Produces 150 Gifts
Km > limitjm
ty-wide pfforl
ll| the 1971 C ... A:.;.. .
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' : '" "" : pening
Phonoth hi
Mn Jerome Kipnli W nen's Division cam-
man and Mn Howard Trim, Phonothon chairman,
i) trti produo I 150 the CJA-IEP cam-
Phonothon will continue this Sunday and the follow-
Sunday* A Ma) in 6.000 Miami u
outlining tin b h I tru Phonothoi
to last Sunday's initial efl Based upon the eon-
% unai co lid lave five cents da; I
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J< wish Federation (I ted t 1317 Bii
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5250.1.....xxi achieved in 1967
Dr. and Mrs. Bernard Vesner
\\ il Ite Mr. Dulzin, who rect ntly visited
* stralia and Mexico, said that a '
ord-breaking amount will bi
nary this year in order to
inane,' the continuing large aliyah
to Israel.
lsra< i n ceived 1.500 Immigrants
luring April, Mr Dul-
the largest number in any
nth df its 23 year history
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lording l< i an announcen* n(
bj Ral bi Moi ris A. Kipper,
m al l ad i ol the t< mple.
"All of us al T< mple Judea take
pridi in Hi' -. leel ton of I >r and
Il v> -I. r for tins highly txn i I
i 'I award." Ftal bi Kipper said
'Thi y ha\ richly merited this
.i for their outstanding
- i v hi on I ehall ol the temple,
nit) and thi State of
lsia< I."
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Irving Lean Wual leader of Temple
frhano-B and chairman of the board of
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:: ary M Jackson of Washington priauiixj
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JewisHi Floridlfian
the (AJoman s lAJorld
May 7 1971
t-riQo S-C
Mrs. Murray Rosenborg As*
Or Olotn Sister Of Year'
>-i iM.n Murray) i
name I Siati >l the who h *ay |
the Sisterh id of Ten
Or f>Iom it
1 H m fen 0
ard ; -i innuall) to 'l| >m N u -. ry Si |
ndhig Si--, i h od m..... c'on ti an I is <
newspaper The
members
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responding
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tsenbei .- in i nei it 'tic
mother ol
ren Ely* 18 Larry.
lid tw in- A '' '. Mai I'H 1e,
mflj i- > devoted t'>
mil '. luda
mple bo .r!
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ther so uh-
hlrs. Karl llrirhcii
Uakei Presidency
S i; > i I p if Ha
II .11-1 ill il | officers
ti.i nony to be
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The residents and Auxiliary membership ol
the Jewish Home for the Aged turned out in
force for the recent Silver Anniversary cele-
bration. Seated, (left to right) are residents
Mrs. Sarah Cossik. Herman Tatel. president
of Douglas Gardens Residents Council and
Mis. Jeannette Left; presidents Mrs. Law-
rence Silvermcn. Greater Miami Women's
Auxiliary; Mrs. Lilyan Beckerman. Holly-
wood Auxiliary; Lawrence SUverman Men's
Club; Mrs. Irving Kramer, North Miami
Beach Auxiliary; and Mrs. Jay Rechtschoffer.
Junior Auxiliary are standing.
Ezra M. Landau. Jr., of Miami
Beach High Srhool has been
ed that one of his poems
will appear in the 1971 Anthol-
ogy of Poetry of High Schools
of the United States. The son of
Rabbi and Mrs. Sol Landau, he
is a graduate of the Hebrew
Academy. Ezra was a recipi-
ent of the Dcde County Youth
Commission Award in 1969.
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Friday, May 7. 1971
I Women's League
Will Hold Spring
Conclave Here
Mark Finer Appointed As Director Of
Development At Temple Beth Shclom
principals in the May 15 testimonial dinner honoring
I abbi Mayer Abramcwitz's 20th anniversary as spiritual
Jar cl Temple Menorah study the invitation to ihe
Tontaineb'.eau Hotel even!. Pictured, from left to right, are
y Gluahakow, banquet chairman Jerry Sussman, syna-
:ue president Robert Siegel and Norman Shapiro. Dr.
arg S. Wise, p.-esident of Tel Aviv University, will be
ncipal speaker at the Miami Beach congregation's com-
y wide tribute to Rabbi Abramowitz.
AT DINNER HONORING RABBI
Representatives Of Local,
National Agencies Expected
t inal and loc l rei
1 < of many "I 1 he '>
i i>> r. 1
1 r Abramowitz dur
tful career i.n M..> IS at the Fon-
bleau Hotel when Temple M-
. h
the 'Mih annl /ertar; ol his
ol the M
tion
ird H met tttonaJ pres-
of the American Friends of
\ -..-. University and a past
ii nt of Temple Menorah, I
ti otas from Israeli government,
ition and other leaden "ha\
arriving In a st*ady sti
announcenn ->t of th<" ban-
1
George S Wise, president of
T. Aviv University, will bo the
pal -- iker at the oonunun-
lio salute to Ra-bbi Abramo-
pasl dent of the R iiv
1! Association of Greater Mi-
and of the Jewish National
E '. Council of South Florida.
' rl S naRo^ue pn si-
6-' and Jerry Sussman. dinner
cr. rman. said dignitaries repre-
tlng the American Joint Dis*
t-'-jtion Committee. United Jew-
Appeal. State of Israel Bonds.
American Conference on So-
\ Jewry and other ortani?a-
I have prepared special trrb-
U1 to Rabbi Abramowitz.
\ graduate of the Jewish The-
' ..ml Seminary if America.
Rabbi Abramowiti is a met
,i! the executive committee of the
Assembly of America
ami has completed i>ost-graduate
es at th minarj
Tem-
pi Men i ah ch 1 r ire ;>; p
Do You
thi' Ma> i") il.-
Mayor Jay Denner and other1
iders ol the City *>f Miami Beach
made rvat ns for the
banquet, at which there wi
no fund raising. R*servatior-
be made at the synagogue office.
Rabbi Abramowiti ittracted na-
tional attention last year when
Temple Menorah became the first
congregation in the United States
requiring all members to make a
contribution to the Combined Jew-
ish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund.
Temple Menorah was amon^ the
first synagogues in the nation to
hold both annual Israel Bonds and
UJA dinners.
Mrs Mildred -
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v. .iier.'> I-' 1 if the
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ill ; ike place
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M.B. Rally 2nd Largest Temple Zion Event
Observance In U.S.A.
m attend- die I ,>t ertote. it itreswd direct
. Salute to Israel In the Mi- neg .ti itions i- ,,.. ,.,, [ta
iu turn (ii-cat"i-| Ar.ib r..\
' 'II of Is-
nary of inde-l i"*1'' Indiana Den s In-
pr timed by Got terrupted n
" m the capac Ij ludien
t!i major i '' ",| from Mi imi Mayor
n zion- l!'-: Kenned) Be i M lyor .1 ij
and R Irving 1
free man' pi ent ol

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Honoring Its Rabbi
Saturday Evening
T. mple Son will honor Rabbi
Norman \. Shapiro al iti annual
dinner dance in the templi icial
hall Saturday at p.m.
hall Saturday al I p.m
vi ni :- under the i haii manship
ol Shan n f-'i oi
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mi I -wish Fi I il
1 lyh, keynote
il the Salut< to In
i ilx-poinl ; iposal f >:
nt of Mid
spiritua
leadi r conservativi
Greater Miami an a
1 t"! i oini i i sev-
eral years ago. H I to
South K1"! Ida to tal i thi
lireel one yea
ago, rid
the event in cel< brat
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..... the
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I St iti >.
Principals in the Independence Day Salute to Israel at the
Miami Beach Auditorium included, left to right. Miami
Mayor David Kennedy, Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Mayor Jay
Dermei ol Miami Beach and Sen. Birch Bayh iD-Ind.) speaker
ct the rally.
Muse Plovers Present 'Inherit The Wind'
Korth Dad Muae Players will I from Barry College, has directed
I preaentli lecond play, "Rie Chalk Garden." a musical re-
: thi Wind Saturday and view called "People As Hie) Krt"
I evriatjig :" the Holy Fain- lnd an ORT Women's I
Performances Ix-cm at
Rail lM0 NK 11th
h Miami, under the dl-
: Pauline Hawthorne.
H iwthorne. who received a
I \ 1< grea In lptw.il ami drama
nuiram.
S p.m.
Rabl
ol Jewish life in the com-
munitj He was re> ntlj elected
il u&\ is ir ol the Florida
Region ol thi Nat loi al Fi di
ol Jewish Men's Clubs.
T'.i.' Men's Club "f Temple Zion
has select) I the board members
for the i w ing year. They include
Reuben Lederman, president;
' Seiko* Its, cultui .i1 vki
president: Steve Sachs, social vice
nt; Abe Baker, n ligious
vice president and Arthur Bloom.
secretary, Lewis Park. Hy Bergei
Manfred Peper and Alan Ravon
are the members-at-large.
Th<' Sisterhood >! Temple Zion
has elected Its offici rs for 1971-72,
They include Judith Schweitzer
president; Ginger Shechter and
Sondra Landy, ways and means
vice pn sklents; Adele Katz, cul-
tural vice pn sklent; Gail I lutl
- ice pn sident; Susan
Slotnick, financial en larj Mai -
i.i Semel, corresponding secre-
tary; Sondra Alperin, recording
secretar}. and Bevi rly Krasi
1: MUI ,! 1 ::. drill be in-
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Former Metro Mayor Chuck Hall got out of a sickbed to
honor Mrs. Lena Mmtzes at a recent dinner. "I went because
she called me and said she was qoing to be there and if
she could, so could I." he said. Mrs. Mintzes. however,
wasn't allowed to leave Mount Sinai Hospital although
.>he tried and missed the dinner. Mr. Hall, who came to
the hospital to honor the founder of the Senior Citizens Asso-
ciation of Miami Beach the following day. is shown with her
in her hospital room.

Mexican Works Bv Miami Artist
Mia irtlst Ethel A Blake,
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Pcge l&C
vJenist tWriii^r
Friday, H -,

Shows M me Maxell 2- installation of B'nai
B rith Ccur.c^ ci South Flor.da Lodges of-
:s are: tail to right Judge Milton E.
Friedman Snydes and Ira Ca:z. vi:e
-void Neu, president-elect:
Woiiscn guest speaker; Mclcolm
H. Fromberg president; Sidney Ritler and
Nor- 3 -re presidents; George Levy,
treasurer.
A spec.a! tribute was paid to Stepher. Mues
left Saul .V. Morgan, (right, and Charles
rirnhn rd from left1 who were hon-
ored for th>. ending contributions lo
local community lo world Jewry mid
pecp'.e of Isrsel at the recant Bu; I
cr.d Alhed Trails Division Dinner oi the
Greater Miami Jewish Federctcn s 1971
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Fund campaign, Florida s Sen. Edward J.
Gurr.ey. second from left was the guest
speaker Burtcr. F. Goldberg, second from
right is 1971 chairman of the Builders and
Allied Trades Division.
Me: Auxiliary gath-
ered ever ha liscusa the..- "Godmother
program -- I the ucceaaiu]
effort raised or the hosp.
nursery and mate:. | a decade a
Mrise are Mrs. John Dwer..
Mrs. Meyer Don. Mrs.
vn. Mrs. Ruth Yablick. "God-
motheri 71 a Mis. Irving Cowan
cr.d Mr^. A. Herbert Mathes. Mrs. Yale Lev-
Kern. Mount S.nai De-
t director Ted Saiian. Mrs. Leo:
n. and Public Relations d-rector Mrs.
er.
Children in one of the kindergartens up-
ported by the Joint Distribution Comratjjpe
in Iran bake their own matzoh. set the
table themselves and conduct their own
seder. To help needy Jews in Europe and
North Africa celebrate the Passover holi-
day. JDC shipped more than 627.000
pounds of matzoh and other supplies
earlier this yeoT. and also provided spe-
c.al cash grants to needy Jews in Mo-
rocco and Iran enabling them to purchase
Passover supplies locally.
Graduates At Judea To Present Reading
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AND KAHHjU!
UCAl NOTICE
>p. 1'- ka. Florida
N THE CIVIL COURT OF
RECORD IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLA.
CASE NO. 71-35*5
(Featheratone)
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
LlGAL NOTICE
RAL Mill. >R* .V I'KITANCE
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NUTICE UNDti
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IUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IL UNO FOR DADE COUNTY.
.\oRIDA IN PROBATE
NO 71 489 (Dowlmp)
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
tnd All P......i- Hat
Damanda Against Bald
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a hereof, or ini har filed m) Final Report and P<-
I 1 -.1 1 Ullon for Iii-.tnl-utir.Ti ami Final I Ma
..I ,1 .Miami. Florida. Hu- :Mh ,*,iu, a> Admlnletralrlx of I hi 1
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IKI.OB BARK8TROM ..... I ,1 that on th< i> nl
Ma) ".71 ill apply m th< 11
notice "ii i,|,|.. Count) Judge* f I >.. i I
Florida f>-r approval of -.il
1:. port and for dlati Ibutlon i fl
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'<-'' .-HUM EY F KMIV Vim' ..! rlx
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COU.^T
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-364
(Judge Dowling)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In UK Eatale ..1
SKL.MA TIKKA,
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To All Creditor* and All Pi nnni
Having 1 iaun- 01 i'. mandii
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NNA Mil.I Kit
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Obituaries
ABRAMSON. Ilwn.m D., 7.'. "M VAMOS. Armin Rtvei d< I
HM'i.u ah M.11 UlUHbatm M< Nel..
Dkcyi-Uo. Ualle, M, ItiiiS Collins RATKY. Minnie >; M K
\ 11 11... uour UlaatK \\. Itivi 1
Fuutn, 1 ,. ,:. In Rd., kaplan, 1 ColUna At .
M 11 I..., M H Rlveralda
OULUbiL'.. I'.iullne, ICTM S.E LEVIN. Mori 1 > Jeffei
Mohvvl'U, I.-ih. 1. I N K. \v. .\l 1. Itivernldl 1
:in I ;. .. 1 hi. siiial.
Kwtetvrr .'1 .im -, -v Hit-HtoTMBELi. KTl.iiawl 7:. ;ifn
Mil si in.111 in- M It I'-l.
LEONIUOI-?. Uanlel S, Me- SHAPIRO. Mux B4 -i' Jrffei
rid ih 11 Am M.U lUvel .\\. .Ml: 1...1-1.1. Interim
SAUl, Ii, ... KM, i"-7.". I'ollllia Am-. ,\ll SIiihI
1 Hai ou Itlvei SHERMAN. Ith.ii.-h. ia, i!41 N
wtibs, Kb) I--.- 1. ... \ M B N.M B lllvd SVninan Iniermi C
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
PROBATE NO. 71037-A
(Blanton)
IN RE
i.STATK OK
SAMUEL H K VHV
I !-: K \SKIi
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR
OISTRBUTION AND
FINAL DISCHARGE
\< A4mlnlatrat.il
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1 lorida in probate
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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T-.E CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
NO 71 7552
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SIDNEY BFRONSON
v
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Miami, Ki.-i id
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Nn 71.r7i
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
SAMI K II AHKAMS

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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 7' 1666
Frank B Dewltno
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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Miami Fl.....
4 in S 7-14-51
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 711538
John R Blanton
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In hi Beta
IIKl EN RARTI s.
I... aaed
Ul Creditni
Having 'li.im- i l lemanda
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u an :- n b) not ifled and
!.. nreaMint any .hum- and '
m in. h -. "U may havi oaiatnai
hi ..-. ii t:i l ;.N RARTI'S. di
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and file thi lui
aa provided
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I) Courthouae In Dadi Cou 'v. Flor-
ida, vvlthln -iv alendar monthi from
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me ill h. barn .1
Hated ,ii Miami, Florida
day <.f Apt II v 11
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FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
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f '' ""'"I i" th.- Com- i-umtiff.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
No 71-7709
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
m. rT.-rl.la
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n: Curt i i. i 'ounty, Florida
lu l. SNF.EDEN
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NOTICE UNPFR
[FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
I HERKfO OIVEN thai
I il"Hiiriii to enaHK*-
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tAI. ri:i .I-TTRTir^ a innn M"n
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If. :"i Alhiii.i.r.. ..-. ''.'
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' "h day -f May, l71, o defaall
lll.lu-llirnt will be .'il.'.!
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JACOBS. W illi.ini. .... 101 N \\ "0th
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K Am i'i, Jacob, II, Ocean l>r ,
M i Itlvei -i.i.-
lennon, tivrirude, 7-. Point
Dr., N -M U i:n -i Kidi
LUBIN. Ann:.. ''.. ..vi "Ihn- Am-.
.ii I: Itluabi rj
NOKTON, .Mi. "1 C, 71. 4"l. I "I-
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Harboi I >: lla) Harbor l-l.n.'i
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Colllna Am M.LI Itiv ei aldi
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GAVIS, l....|-.|i. .- 7"' Euclid V
M H Rlveraide
HORWITZ, \ I8CI V VV
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MARKS. Samuel M, III..... ME 14
Am X.M i< Rii el mde
RACHLEFF. El
Si Rlveraide
SPITZ. Jai ob, 16 1 Mh Bl .M
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WARREN. Ri hi ... 7 J'- Dill
A vi .'I I: 111 Idi
WEISS. .1 ;ih M 10*1 PolUna Ai
M H \' i\ man
BALOGH. Michael '- IS7 '
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BARNETT. I illn.n 1 IB
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Clerk "f thi "Ircull "ourt
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Denil) Otrk
(Cln-uit Court Seal, ^ ^^
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN ANO FOR DADE
COUNTY.
No 71-8-'3
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
WALTER 1. SHEME
Plaintiff.
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v.'C JOYCE SHEME n
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DeYOUNG. H.-ili A. >". ttcean CAMP. Jnaeph 7S.11 llyron \
Tei M li Newman Interment Mi \j p.' mveraide
Nfbn GENSON. Emma -' 14804) S E
GREEN, Ull...... 71 .!-'" Colllna Ave., Xw. |.Vlt1
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KAUFMAN. Minna, 7 :. Byron Mil Rlveraide
v....Mi Rlveraide MERSMAN. Samuel .....I ''
KLEIN. Ill -- Pennayl- ,,, v,.. \| i: Rlveraide
v..,.i.. Ave MR Ulaabem PERLMAN. Ed W-E 1T
LEVY. Rom vi 7.4 Meridian Ave H1 Klveraide
M II N'ewman ROSE Jnaeph I. *9, T67H s.
LIBERMAN. Reaali i Rui ^. Gordon Interment Ml Sinai
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He is a good Temple member, Gves an exemplary life, is a devoted husband and father
But he is neglecting an important moral obligation.
He has not >et made his ooaclerj arrangements. Like other
moral and r ntad obligations, these arrangements r
By pb .: head, dec:-
emotional pi
The) can be made wisely, and they can be made togc
aN -; fcmil) ^you have noi >et fulfilled this oblic..
ly. we urge you to do so now. In this wa;
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9508 North*t 3rd Street Phone MO 1-7693


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>wi]h Floridian
la -- Friday. May 7, 1971
Section O
DL Asks HEW Action
On Federal Grant
Of
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pi wer l- velopment and Train-
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pies "i the aiiti-
distributi d by
the Bla kn an'i i levelopi
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that the irrHtit litl
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quarten requi sb per-
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th purposi
A DL' ash ngton office ap-
i- all d to the Visa < ffici. the
of the i S. State
nt and to th.' U.S.
tommissii net ol Immigr ii
pointing out that according to
L*.S iv .11 I-
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real
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Hebrew University
Is Topic of Lecture

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his u ifc and son.
is Giving'-Woman's Role
The CJA-IEF Campaign
,i wont ui'i
|rt -i ir :h.' Jew
li- in our
rich back-
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to fi ;u. I
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can look back
rr tht1 dicnii
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reach out t.i f". '1
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lent, and is one of
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the livi ch Wren for

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th i
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who givi ft ai
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Associate Oesaaaal Cajnpaiga
1 ?i.iirm tn
Womea's iMx-Uion CBBBspaaga
Chalrmaa
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, left, chats with Sen. Birch Bayfc
keynote speaker at the Israel Indeuendence Day Salute ~>
Israel in the Miami Beach Auditorium. Hyman I. Fliege.
(cental chairman of the rally which attracted 3,600 person-,
ioo^j on with interest. Program was sponsored by the Ame-
ican Zionist Federation with the cooperation of the Greate-
M.ami Jewish Federation.
Rcberi P. Forman. executive director of the Great
(deration, presents a sterling silver tray to )
.dent of Douglas Gar-
ind chairman of its Silver A i ary celebration or.
officara and boatd of directot
Major Gen. Eliahu Zeira, (center) Israel's Military Attache la
Wash.ngton. D.C., was the guest speaker when the West-
view Country Club launched its campaign on behalf of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation's 1971 Combined Jewish
Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund campaign with its annual
Federation Day recently. Samuel B. Robison (shown with
his wife at right) is Westview's CJA-IEF chairman; at left are
Lawrence Porter, dinner chairman, and Mrs. Porter.
Mere than bOO persons enjoyed a festive evening as Doug-
las Gardens-Jewish Home for the Aged celebrated its
Silver Anniversary in the Playboy Plaza Hotel. Among
those present at the gala dinner-dance were the Home's
president, Leo Rose, Jr., and Mrs. Rose, (left) and Judge
Irving Cypen, the Home's honorary preaident who was
chairman ol the evening, and Mrs. Cypen.