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The Jewish Floridian ( May 21, 1971 )

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"(Jewish FlorlidliiaiiEi
Combining THI JfW/SH UNITY and THI JWISH WEiKLY
jlume 44 Number 21
Miami, Florida Friday, May 21, 1971
Price 20c
adat Power Struggle Far From Settled
(JSALEM (JTA) For
i- time being. President Gamal
lei NHNT*! chosen sucw-ssor
.-ypt's top post MMMd to
|] the upper hand in the long-
lexpected "war of succession."
I nlthouKh Israel refrained
-. making any official com-
ment on the political crisis, ob-
aervera privately expressed their
belief that the power Struggle la
"far from settled."
The crisis occurred last week
w her President Sadat demanded
the resignation of Deputy Pre-
mier Sliarawai Gomaa. Minister
of the Interior. Five other Cabi-
net ministers, including War
Minister Mohammed Fawzi sub-
mitted their resignations in a
move President Sadat said was
calculated to create the impres-
sion his regime was collapsing,
and three members of the ruling

Rogers Confers With
Dr. Jarring, U Thant
UNITED NATIONS , retary of States William P.
f n Mid he was "somewhat
iiuraged" about an interim
. :. asl solution after a 100-
inute meeting with in sa-
lary General U Thant an envoy r>r. Gunnar V.
Hi Mid such in agree-
v ild !>' a "desirable first
p" toward a final settlement.
Th. Secretary told reporters
I he had a "useful exchange"
I tlu IN. leaders and that
he favored additional discussions
i l a similar nature. Despite dif-
ficulties, he said, there was hope
for a peace pact, which he be-
lieves both Israel and Kgypt
want.
Mr. Rogers expressed confi-
dence in Dr. Jarring. The Swed-
ish ambassador, hi said, is keen-
ly interested in the possibilities
of an interim plan to reopen the
Suez Canal.
Mr Rogers was flanked by
News Briefs
(sift To Woxlor
WASHINGTON 'JTA' nt of 10,000 new members
ling away" gift bell planned by the B'nai B'rith Men
for l>i'. William A Wexler when h>
M er as Inti '' Ph P M Kl itz-
ternational presidenl ol I th ft n 1953-59 and now
a special "Hanoi Bill Wexli tt Mid th api
tign will continue until Od I Bth ini y ot B'nai
. and the opening day ol Its triennial convention in Philadel-
Klutznick described the 10.00 member tribute as a "mean-
Iomm nl to Bill Wexler that hia abt years a1 th<
turbulern period of un nge to Jewish I
record ol wan i I and much fulfillment."
Israel Bond Eniploy? NEW YORK ition have gone oul on Btrike In a dispute over a new con-
Th.' strike by members ol Local 1707, Community and Social
> Employees, which affects t"0 Bond Organization offta -
ghoul the country, began Friday midnight when the old con-
expired. Efforts by both aidea to avert walkout failed after
hours of bargaining al the office of the state Mediation Board.
state agency's Intervention had been requested by the Bond
tattoo with the approval of the union.
IAL lPkni>s Hovcoll
N YORK (WNS J ipan Air Liw i hat for the second time
I that a is participating ir. a boycott of Israel. And for the
time the Conference of Freeh* t ol Major Jewish Ore.,
hM rejected the JAL statement is false. Arnold For-t. r,
al counsel to the Anti-Defama: EUC of B'n,: B'rith and
I ol the Conference of Presidents' anti-boycott committi i
' \I. statement "a flat lie."
It alibi Kahane %rr*si'l
NEW YORK (WNS i Rabbi Meir K ihane. national chairman
artah Defense League, and sin other members of the JDL
irretted on charges of violating the 1968 Federal Gun Control
Hi waa released after lasting $25,000 bond. He was released on
>wn recognizance on a related charge of weapons possession.
Pour of the JDL members were released on their recognizance and
two others held in lieu of $10,000 bail each.
Assistant Secretary Joseph J.
Sisco and the U.S. Ambassador
to the United Nations. George
Bush, during the brief press con-
ference in the Secretariat lobby.
A spokesman said later that
the Secretary General, who had
found the discussion "very use-
ful" planned to meet with Soviet
Ambassador Yakob A. Malik and
later with Egyptian Ambassador
Mohammed H. el-Zayyat.
Mass Arrests
Net Suspect
By Special Report
ISTANBUL The Turkish
government has arrested hun-
dreds ul Turks In its search for
Ephralm Elrom, the Israeli Con-
sul General who was kidna
from his home Monday by eight
armed and masked t' in
indlng the release of "revo-
lutionary guerrillas "
i ine of those placed unoV r ar-
rest was Ayhan Yalln, a former
rsity student who hat
identified as one of the kid-
i ap|
The Turkish government re-
jected the terrorists' demands
.ml mounted a massive search.
with army units .mil BSCUllty
police halting traffic at road-
blockS throughout the nation.
The kidnappers were said to
be members of the Turkish
People's Liberation Army, an
Ition which is connected
with the Popular Front for the
Lib ration of Palestine and was
responsible for the kidnap of
four American servicemen in
Ankara March 4.
Mori tnan .'X> known left-
u ingi si idenl extremists, In-
telll etna's, unionists.
and politiciana thought to be
connect-d in some way with the
TLPA wi n s, teed In tin biggest
v..... arrests in the history of
the republic.
The kidnapping of Mr l.lrom
i .one after a short period of in-
activity for Turkey's extreme
leftists. Thev previously had
been reapeasfMe for a number
of kidnapping* and bank rob-
beries, and their activity was an
important factor in the decision
to oust the Suleyman Demirel
regime March 12.
Mr. Flrom had been in the
Israel police force 27 years be-
fore joining the diplomatic corpa
two years ago. Istanbul was his
first foreign assignment.
Higher Executive Committee of
the Arab Socialist Union also
resigned.
i Reliable sources in London
reported that the Kremlin is
concerned over the situation and
Il -i eking reassurance from the
Egyptian President of his con-
tinuing allegiance to the Soviet
Union, since a number of those
now under arrest had close ties
with Moscow. I
New Cabinet minister* were
promptly sworn in by President
Sadat, who announced that he
was ordering free elections for a
complete reorganization of the
Arab Socialist I num. Egypt's
only political party.
The Cairo upheaval followed
the ouster of Aly Sabry. one of
the nation's two vice presidents,
by a little more than a week.
Most foreign observers believe
the immediate cause of the rift
was Egypt's proposed federation
with Libya and Syria, which
Sabry strongly opposed,
Though events in Kgypt were
not believed to be directly re-
latedtothe Israel-Egypt conflict
or to Secretary of State William
P Rogers' visit to Cairo, and
the possibility of an interim ar-
rangement for the reopening of
the Suez Canal, some Israeli ob-
servers believe the Rogers peace
mission may have been crippled
by the Cabinet shake-up in Cairo
since a government in the midst
of domestic crisis cannot under-
take major policy decision.
According to the semi-official
Cairo newspaper Al Ahrani. 110
persons have been arrested and
are under investigation. A num-
ber of them who were first
placed under house arrest have
now been transferred to deten-
tion centers, it was reported.
The arrest of several radio
and television officials for al-
legedly conspiring "to declare a
state of emergency" was order-
ed by the government early this
week. Political sources said that
security forces had launched a
campaign to smash the hard-
core secret organization oppos-
ing President Sadat's rule.
The President, already the
nominal head of the armed
forces, has further consolidated
his position by taking over as
hi ad of Egypt's police force, it
was reported. New arrests were
expected in the government's
dri\e to smash opponents of the
regime.
"Be Responsive'
Chairman Urges
i mbined Jewish Appeal-la
Emergency Fund contrfbul
not yet contacted by solici-
J0SEPH H. KANTIK
Campaign Chairman
urged by Josi ph
il Kanter, camp
I respond.
"As In any campaign, :t t
r bus) t n ach
all those on their lists,' M
Kanter s ul. "However, a.r.
kno'.1. >l our ob
pportunity for each in-
dividual to search his conscience
and ability to give, in order to
be pre; are I when the aolk
i
"No re*i>onsible member of
the Jewish community can af-
ford not to contribute to the
C.IA-IEK campaign.
"In the li^ht of this year's
unusual crucial nei ds, we ire
urging every member of the
Jewish community to give it
double or triple if pos-
t pi i ioua sear's com-
mitment Many have al:
done 1' ise be prepared to
make such an mere.used p
called upon
"While the plight ol Israel ind
her gallant people are foremost
In everyone's minds and hearts,
our campaign workers and con-
tributors are not losing sicht of
the importance for maintaining
a strong, real thy and viable com-
munity here in Greater Miami,"
Mr. Kanter noted.
The CHIEF drive in Great-
er Miami is the key campaign
for the Jewish community. It
happens once a year. But it can
change history. It is simply the
organized Jewish community
Setting together and raising
l iiinls to meet the urgent need*
l Jews. In. Hi at home and
ahroad.
od intentions." Mr K m-
ti r declared, "will not -end
sup-
to poor and oppn
unilies throughout the
it id Pi will not
ngle lite.
s great courage
would |x rhapa not be enough to
face the tremendous odds against
her Promises gave them a
dream Only you. through your
pledge to the CJA-IEF campaign,
can help make that dream come
true."


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Dr. Beber Elected To Head
Local AJCommittee Chapter
Cvpen To Install
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[Baros Nominated For
Presidency Of JVS
Rabbi Lehrfield
Speaking On 'Day
School Education9
wins
Rug' l i,ni' director
IVth Am, has born
Rnlibi David I.chrfirld. spiritual
iam Baros. Jr.. ri-owncr firiary agency of thr Greater Mi- '' :"lrr a' KneaethIsrael Congrega-
' 11.,n for the past 19 years, will
discuss Day School Education
Luxury or Necessity?*' at thi- Ye-
shiva Day School PTA meeting in
Young Israel's social hall. 990 NE
171st St., at 8 p.m. Monday.
I. WIUIAM BAKOS, IK.
| is president of the'
V (rational Service >:
m imi Ho hi Is a i t
i bj Chai lea Hertaoff
\ '-.i : .an ol the nuiiiii: il -
:i.u rahlp committee.
h II be held at the in-
ol thr JVS. a benc-
ami Jewish Federation and the
United Fund of Dadc County. The
n "ill be held in late June
at .. site yet to lx> determined.
according to Stuart Rothchild.
C.P.A i ui rent JVS president.
Mr. Baros is a past president of
Temple Beth Shiran and has play-
ed key roles in the campaigns ot
the Combined Jewish Appeal and
State of Israel Bond-
Nominated as honorary presi-
dent is Sam J. Herman. Vice presi-
dents selected for 1971-72 include
d I. Albert. Herbert P. Blum-
n Stark and Marvin I.
\V|. :. r
Other nominees include Andrew
A c.. He: treasurer; Irvta \v. Katz,
a-- -t mt treasurer; Dr. Sol Center.
and Dr. Marvin G.
Isaacson, assistant secretary.
Nominees for one-year terms on
the beard of directors include Nor-
man Bamin. Col. Arthur Conn.
Barrj K"t:n and Norman Sholk.
Renominated for threp-yiar terms
Hartley Bernstein, C.P.A..
M irsh ill S. Harris, Charles Hertx-
off. OP A. Dr Marvin G. Isaac-
son. Mrs Sidney I.. Lewis. Judpe
Da- d Liebman and Sam Stark.
Rabbi David Warman. principal
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Rahhi Lehrfield was ordained at
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ScBSCaieTION RATKt: (Local Aras) O-e Year 5 00 Three Yaars12 00
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Volume 44
Friday. May 21. 1971
Number 21
26 IYAR 5731 '
Soviet Reaction The Big Question
In the volatile atmosphere of the Middle East, any-
thing can happen and it usually does. The dramatic
events in Egypt which, as this is written, seem to establish
Scdat in the strong-man role held so many years by
Gamal Nasser, will have long-range impact on the future
of that troubled area of the world.
It is obviously too soon to predict with certainty Sa-
dat's next moves, but if the recent past is any precedent
one can hope for a changed atmosphere in the negotiations
for a settlement with Israel. One can hardly divide Arab
leadership into "hawk"' and "dove'' but the best reports
would indicate that in hring most of his original Cabinet
......sters. Sadat also got rid of the Moscow-onented hard-
liners. If this can be viewed as a positive good, the big
question may very well be the Soviet reaction to the shift
..neup and. in the next weeks, give a clue to Sadat's
ability to survive.
At the very least, the drcma in Cairo last week main-
tains the cease-fire, unofficial though it may be. and gives
Greater time to work out the counter-proposals made by
Israel en the issue of re-opening the Suez Canal as the first
s:ep toward negotiating for peace.
Not to be ignored as the top diplomats concentrate on
the question of the Canal is the issue of Jerusalem; there
c:e signs that King Hussein, more secure than he has eve:
been since the 1967 war, is ready to flex his little muscles
over the Holy City. Some of Hussein's statements are obvi
ously being made to prove that he a still there. There is no
dcubt that Jerusalem is an important problem, as are the
Golcn Heights, Sharm el-Sheikh, the Sinai, and all the
cr.-.er territories held by Israel after its '67 victory.
But it is Egyptian leadership which must be reckoned
with, ultimately, in reaching accommodation with the Arab
nations, and the priority of the Suez Canal at the preseni
stage will not be changed by the urge for recognition from
across the Jordan.
Illusions Stripped Away
A mutual interest in brotherhood" has brought Meir
Kahane of the Jewish Defense League and Joseph Colombo
oi the Italian-American Civil Rights League together, follow-
ing Kahane's most recent arrest on charges of mterstcte
transportation of guns and explosives.
While we doubt that the impact of that alliance will
have the same effect on the world a* when Molotov em-
braced von Ribbentrop as a "blood brother,'' any illusions
that still continue about the Jewish Defense League's
leader must be stripped away by this alliance between
Kahane and the notorious underworld chieftain.
The overwhelming majority of Jews and Italians will
have little to do with these organizations which misrepre-
sent the ideals and aspirations of the ethnic groups whose
names they so dishonor. The communications media might
do well to assess the standing of these organizations in
.heir own communities and recognize that they are not
worth all the space devoted to their activities.
An Outstanding Record
One of the most reliable barometers of a Jewish com-
munity's maturity is the longevity of its rabbis. Greater
Miami's largest congregations, hi general, now have
spiritual leaders whose service can be measured in dec
ades. and who increasingly are being placed in key roles
of national leadership.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. who this week celebrated
his 20th anniversary with Temple Menorah of Miami Beach,
has compiled an outstanding record of activity since com-
ing here from a meaningful career in post-war Europe.
The rabbi's activities in behalf of the Joint Distribution
Committee, Israel Bonds. UJA and now the American Con-
ference on Soviet Jewry have been consistent in their energy
and effectiveness. He merits congratulations.
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JewlstiihsHdUnr
Page 5-A
s\S
Max Lerner
Sees ft
The nature of politics Ls itrantc, Old the nature of stru^tfc
,- to divide nil lite into two parts on any issue for and ajrainst.
Watching the recent antiwar demonstrations one (jot the im-
lion that there were only two attitudes toward the Viet-
MMM war: Nixon's and anti-Nixon's. This isn't true. There
re M-veral major portions a>i marge With each other in the opinion polk it makes for
y thinking to lump them together.
For clarity, let*! say that there are four moods on the war.
II one croup the Maxima'M.s. a second the Minimalists, a
third the Gel Outers and a fourth the All Outers. Lei me de-
etch position ami why its champions take it
'.
i c UX TUT m\o\ poa tlon Maj naltet. in the tense tint
President i- determined to n tin- terma he cm gel
from the poa negotiations. He known
vat cannot i- won, hut he refusea to concede tint it is lost.
il have to set the American ground forces out before the
- presidential conventions, Nit he means to keep as many
t"r'ir.\s .>n the scene, In noncombal roles, as he can gel away
He has in ye on the 1972 election! and the other on nil
. n histoo which will depend (he feels) on how the United
handle- iftereffccts ol the war, both In Asia and in
f. lfc- could Win the first (the electionsi an.! lose the
: (his plac In history', but he is gambling on being able to
I.- by with both.
' Minln lists, on the othei hand, have pretty much
II th.- chai anything out of the peace ne-
: will be content with the minimal terms ,
it" In tie form of a coalition government
the Co nista are bound to dominate Although some
i th it i( i Chi Mmh was a Tito figure and
- will he independent of both Peking and
i tlist enough to know that their
a the l'i lt< i St ites pow irk ss t South '
f-: -i:
''ii <>i ruts" ABE kist what their
The) wani to pet out period Nixon has a withdr
time the ground forces will be out, but
reasons to tie himself to it publicly The
who nclude most liberal Democrats aj
cam nt t i set definite date both for American
and to win the I DdenCC Of the other sale
..... want the United states to get out n>-
itly. The Get Outers do, anil they express the I
not m if the demonstrators, They don't can' about
because thej feel that the war haa
I too much tii.it it is intolerable and an obscenity,
t tl to da ii to !> < away clean Thej take
; ItOt .1 political one.
nil. -ALL otters- KEE1. that, tike Christianity, the
not fall d, because II haa never beer' really pursued,
bj Eisenhower, Kennedy. Johnson or Nixon In their
is alienated about It as the Get Outers. They
it much is the French right did about Indochina and
and the G fell iboul th
in W i Id W
. pr ici the first two
I M ighly between Nixon's po-
rj Jackson ID-Waah.i I ind Sei I Imund
. (D-Me.i or Sen Edward Kennedy*a (D-Mass.i it Is
to say, a^ Hep. Sam Stratton (D-N.T l said the other
that th.- difference doean t amount to much: On the nature
accept ibie peace treat) and our poat-ta ur policies the dls-
between the two ls real But l should agree that it is un-
to be a crucial campaign Issue in 1013. The issues will *
stlc: Inflation the economy unemployment, what t' do
- web ire th I
it 6
BIT M.\on ( ANT AFFORD io ignore the fourth group
' All Outara Who are the fanatic fringe on the right. The
use to the ("alley ease showed how much trouble they
ake both to him and the nation ore then* stab-in-the-back
> takes heM
Trie presidential Democrats, on their side, can't afford to
the thud group, the Gel Outers, whose single purpose
tome real differences among them.Many of them are
v fed up with the war ind ml to get it over with.
-,-ht sway. This small group ir. yea but they would
" hit, it ... much u they didi I hai m< American brand of
'moo ire.
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'Jerusalem Day'
Celebration Set
The Orthodox Jewish community
of Greater Miami is sponsoring a
"Jerusalem Day Celebration" in
the Hebrew Academy auditorium
2400 Pine Tree Dr., Miami Beach,
at 8:30 p.m. Sunday.
The celebration will mark the
fourth anniversary of the libera-
tion and reunification of the Holy
City and the restoration of the
Western Wall, the ancient Jewish
shrine which dates back to the
(lays of the Temple, to Jewish use.
Rabbi David B. Hollander, spir-
itual leader of New York's Mt
F:den Jewish Center, will be the
guest speaker. Rabbi Hollander is
well known to both Russian Jewry
and Israelis through his |x-rsona*l
visits.
Study Finds Large Areas of Agreement
MONSEY, N.Y. (JTA. A two-
] day study of 'Public Aid to Nun-
Public Education" sponsored by:
1 the Synagogue Council of America
has found "surprisingly large
. areas of agreement" among the ,
three branches of American Juda-
ism, according to Rabbi Solomon
jj. Sharfman, Council president.
The conference brought together i
I representatives of national rab-
i binic anil synagogual agencies of
Conservative, Orthodox and Re-1
i form Judaism. Also participating
were observers from the major
J- wish educational and community |
relations organizations
While Conservative and Reform
bodies maintained their traditional
opposition to outright support for
secular programs of religioualy-
sponsored schools, they admitted a
new openness within their ranks
to formulas that might bring need-
ed funds to day schools without
hading to "an establishment of
religion."
The most startling revelation of
the conference, according to Rabbi
Mordecai Waxmati oT Great Neck,
N.Y., who served as conference
chairman, was the unanimity ol
support expressed for the Jewish
da) schools by suokemen for Re-
form Judaism, which for many
years has opposed it. Representa-
tiv< of all three branches de-
plored the i icft 11 financial s ip-
port given to the Jewish day
school movement b) federations
and welfare funcW
Representatives of the local
! Jewish community and a numbei
ol political figures win participate
ill Sunday evening's rally. There
will be no admission charge and
no ap|.eal will bo made for funds
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Meeting Closes Club Year
Th.- Greater Miami Hebrew Free
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Sunday al th- Miami Beach Fed-
eral 73S Washington Ave. Isidore
Schvi m* is president of the group.
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F"day. May i\
Schwartz Is Named Florida
Israel Committee Chairman
Beach pu*>:

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nat.
-el Bond> at the
annual inaugural conferencea held
by :. Jionds organization in Mi-
ami Ejch.
A ;>a Mor.sky Lod^e Breadbreakers of
B'na. B'rith in Omaha. and Ne-
braska state chairman of the Is-
rael Commission for the order
Mr StfhwaiU ha. served as exiv-

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i member of the boani-
;h Am and Ul
arch Inat I
A Miami, and the City of Miami
Beach Convention Bureau Ad\ is-
ory Board.
Since assuming his now post
wttb B'nai B'rith. he has taken
part in Israel Bonds dinners in
PV.m and Miami Beach.
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Principals in last weeks 24th annual Dade
County Outstanding Citizens Award Lunch-
eon are from left to right Melvin Haber.
chairman of the luncheon committee: Mrs.
Oieha Tabares de Fernandez, Woman of
the Year; awards patron. Joseph M. Upton.
chairman of the board ct
Savings c Loan Association C :.;-. 7-^
dore R. Gibson. Man of the Year cod Bofr
aid Shapo, committee cochairm n Sho.
Lodge No. 1024 of B'nai B'rith spcrjors i
yearly event.
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from County Gas Co.,
We'll throw in the regulator,
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That's right' Its the complete gas barbeque pack-
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And that's not all ... County Gas stocks more
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There's more ... our prices are suited for every
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Mr. Abbott's distinguished service record olso includes his demonstrated leoa*-
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flovor which is subtly set off by a hint of chocc Hi
Even the decanter in which Sabra o~es J
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You can en(oy Sabra so many
by itself. Or use it m recipes in place
l.quors. Here are a few receipe sugges-
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SABRA TEA
Make a cup of s*?s"""ing
hot tea and add Saora
Iced tea may be
substituted for ho* tea
SABRA ON THE ROCKS
Pour 2 or of Sabra
over ice cubes in an
Old Fashioned glass.
SAMA SOUR
2 oz. Sabra
1 oz. lemon (ute
Shake with
and strain into *>
sour glass.
SABRA AND KE CREAM
Poor an ounc
over vanilla ice <-t icith
A joyous blend of Jaffa onM*
a shade of chocolate.
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iday. May 21. 1971
+Je*lst> fhrkttor
Page 7-A
Canon Gibson, Mrs. Fernandez
Dade's Outstanding Citizens
Tiic quest lor Dade County'i
,i ng Cltl d ii n'
muaJ B'n il h ritii Staotetn i
\... irdi Lunch* >n when
s 'jih M. Upton, n ol
F< de).'l "! i Loar
| |ion >( Ml in w ird
.: n > U II
Theodoi
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.< Ko i in think of
e apiril ol br itherhood
it ion,
title
u in t" Man of
T rb im i-' Fernandez
Aurelio Pern in lei i. sub*
p i>t .iward recipii nt
., Charles H Flnkelatein "for
. iting and Aialnta true
,.f understanding between
Spanish-speaking and English-
. volunteer groups of our
inity," was named Woman
Year.
K ither Gibson is rector of Christ
pal Church and. for the
yt irs. ha* been vice presi-
ol Coconut Grove Cares. Inc..
!.y the Coconut Grove Citi-
immlttee For Shim Clear-
Inc. He is the recipient of
than two dozen awards and
for ledlcated community
the Four Chaplains Legion
or for outstanding service
people without regard to
r faith.
\ native of Miami. Father Gib-
bean particularly active in
irance and was instru-
in upgrading the sanitary
s1 indardi ol thoui mda
rprivUeged in Dade County.
[Jlehrow Academy
kOpen House Week
[To Begin Monday
Gn lei Miami Hebrew Ac id-
hold Its annual Open
| A' '* Monday throuch Kn-
I' the school's main campus,
I. Twa Dr., Miami Beach
|( mu and other faciliti-
I n for \bits by i>irenl-
[ .....tn.' program
. uth's largest Hebrew da)
i
: tours will be
nmitte > if PTA
and refresh-
<* ill be k rved Mrs H
pn lent ikl Sp
nts may be n ids for
.'.sits to the ichool i
h rg nt' us of Dad Ilounty
HI'S.
House Week actlvltiei also
held at the South Dad
Academy, facilities Ul the
.'.HA of Greater Miami
i Ming. S500 SW 8th St. Roth
I Aill be open from 10 a.m.
: 2 pm
Ralph Glixman. executive
eajdenl of the South Pad.-
said opening of a sixth
lot the 1971-72 academic
expected to increase en-
' trom 70 to 100 students
He spearheaded a drive to ere ite
a day care o nter for children ol
working mothers whit
in the St \ Nurserj now
i
ith.
F >i 10 yi ira Fathei G
... -. ,
lion I ir the A I
of Col
'
'
P t at thi
Univers tj il M imi in the
new
[el
nic groups.
She is president of the C
Patriotic Education Board, which
- in Cuban history
and culture so that Latin-Am
can refugee children will not lose
touch with their heritage.
Mrs FornancWs contributions
to education include her services as
a member of the Greater Miami
Council for the Continuing Educa-
tion of Women (now a department
of the Downtown Campus of Mi-
ami-Dade Junior College I
She is a m>mlier of the Council
of United Fund Women and. in
addition, for the past two ye in
she has given outstanding service
to the Council for International
Visitors.
The award judges are George
Bi ebe, ni ir m inaging editor ol
thi Ml imi Her ':- Ralph R i
ol wrv.i an i EVed
Shoch t, edit
I'll J< ->- Fl
n comh tn
Mil ISTATlSMVICt
CALL
MARVIN CRAVES
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622 N.I. 127 ST.
754-2874
Mrs. Fernandez is one if the
founders of Centra Mater, a proj-
ect design-'d to care for children
in the Central Cuban District af-
ter -chool hours ami during sum-
mer months.
The event, now in its 24th year
Is spons ired by Sholem Lodgi N i
10.'i of B'nai B'rith.
Patron of the awards is Joseph
M. Lipton. chairman, Dade Federal
Savings & Loan Association ol
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J McY 21. I9)i
JNF Leaders Honored
For 'Untiring Effort*
. Her.. J-_.Jgt Z-'v \V. Kogan.
eat the Soul I inon.
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mmiiui m-itfi
track. Mrs Miriam Pit, Mr and
Mm Isi.Jocv Rlffldn, Mr and Mrs
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vr Mrs Arthur UlNJU aixl
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hortorct the even", wn
Mr and Mn Ma* Afl I
Mn B> Appi P
Mn a: iki Mi
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and Mrs Smion Tn-nbaum
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Rabbi M
man of th. JNFa executta b aid.
naJ nmace
Been artist Ruth R fl
A arni dmn.-r music was
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Brotherhood To Combine
Awards And Installation
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Friday. May 21. 1971
+Jewlst< fkrktian
Page S-fi
David Blumberg Named President
i),v-,i Blumberg, president of
dttler Ridge Devdopraent
p., Planned Development Corp..
,,','.- Ridge Regional Center,
lei mil Medical Building and
ctor nnd Executive Commit*
Chairman of rVeetreiaed Sy*
> inc., baa 'h-.ii voted prosi-
mi of the Oreeter Miami Cham-
, Commerce, effective July
retiring prealdent Frank J.
Illahan, who heada General
,, Miii riali Corp., an-
pd al the Chamber'a recent
ii o( Governors meeting
\i, Bkunberg'i widely diver.
usineaa Intereata have been
if factor In the economic
|| South Dodo County,'
than said. "His Whisper-
..Cu!',. r Ridge Develop-
tted iiv "new to
. thin area In 1981 Due i >
mil: and exp
i method! and w it
lyalems. Mr Blumberg'i
te i \
4 publie utll tica ma l<
in i sew
flw 30 aqua
atj
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DAVID BtUMBlRG
in the ii-. an id.,, lopmrnt ol pre
cast ind pi ticsscd
lidr I .. '.ii icunl I) in pi inccrins a
now ap o ii to construe-
using prostn ise
. fabrication and
reel i s, Joists in I decks,"
'.<.....ntinued.
mlttee member of the Builders
Association ot South Florida. Mr,
Blumberg has served as treasurer,
vice president and on the Board ol
Trustees of the International Coiuv
cil of Shoppui'.' Ccntera. He is alsc
.i past president of the Dade
County Drainage Contractors
Association.
Community consciousness, ar.
important idjunct to Mr. Blum-
berg's successful business career.
i- reflected In his many chic af-
filiations. A past prealdent of tho
South Dade Council, he has served
on tli>- Board ol Governora of the
Greater Miami Chamber of Com-
merce: the Board <>' Directors.
Greater Miami Coalition; the B i
ol Trustees, United Fund of Dadi
County: Boird of Directors. (ireat-
Miami Progress Foundation;
;' i I n! Governors, 200 Club:
'via C immil tee at d Board
Dado County, ih
sop
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in this an a is not
r-lther. Tiv Britiah are
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vacuum. Tha Pi
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id. A gn al Ktension ol
now need
the worl
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\^ id Tilt -real u-
I
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i lit seem to be
iwan ol the
i ika oi the i normoua
il 9 let n al pow<
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Europea
rti
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the fnuhiful upaet ol the
no that w 111 pn i
It M the Soviet
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ed I "he lei ns
i ; n Moahe l' i> i
is the in in I- lei to
ri in public foi the in-
rl in But when h<' did
'i paaaed the word that
d withdraw his suggea-
mediately, if the V.S
m r.' it jected to tin
the Sue/ i' mal
w-11 no answer to Da-
i" TIut was do in~.v
' i 11 lyan'i cabinet col-
. political rival, Yiual
.'>.n lio pude th.' same
Wpsfi ime weeH
lo It Jerusalem, attain, the
,- raiaad whh Secretary
urtitfa sana bluntneas
el the American negotiators
led to preaa tor the In
UtlOIl.
ritKRr aef. two reasons for
rre situation. In which
Israatia have shown more
m .r.i than Uie Americans
I .1 American Intereata. The
'nwn la th.'t the fat v lis
not victims of the popular
an riviuvon that the So-
fts hue sonieho.v <-li
Dots, They are quite sure
" Soviets will cr.il> for th-
brp, If tin- gtabbina.
a iss t them
In iddition, the Soviet inti r-
In the Middle Fist ins
aught the laroeHi i erim lea-
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own great courage, t!i s
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f 'he (mt.s and power of the
' St ites So (hey n il
I* i what may h
the United || itaa even
I i i ot m on \ '
"C nfid nee in
lail) South Dade, has been
Mr Blumbcrg'a key," said Calln-
i oi 'Certainly, hi* personal inl-
liativt nstru rting the water
i I a .'. : ayatem and luiilding the
rirsi 1000 homes in the Cutli r
I
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ia th expc
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Third Century, U.S.A.; District]
vice president and director, Flor-
id:i--St.ve' i Taamhar .>f Commerce;
Appointee, Dade County High-
way Multiple Use Committee; and
t'.ie Health Planning Council Task
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He is also prominent In religious,
dueat iei ,l and social activities
including service on the Board of
Directors, Temple Israel; Board ol
Directors, Gulliver Academy:
Board ol A K isors, University of
Miami, School ol Bus ncsa Admin-
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South Fl rldn; Florida Trail As-
lociation; Western Historj Asso-
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Ic and his u ;' Lee, and the
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Miss v. rdj aw aided a 'holar
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-Jenlst fhrkftor
Friday ?.lav 2l
ijh
4s We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAl
Crisis In The Classroom And Beyond
(C). Ji -;> v>-
AOOOBBDfO TO Charln E Silherman. wn
room," his been raffling the
- and administrator* thle winter,
b h.i\. rough
par the schoolrooms,
the curriculum, and th. risid ty o(
I .
:. the U S a
rocedurc.
[t it not t'1 spend any
public
nrithoul being
. the mutilation \
- mutilation of spontaneity, of j
ng, of p!. asun In ernnl ";f
Hi MUM .. lull.- take^the, MMl *> "U*h for "
te what i |oyl
American nhooli an ard
pett) are the rulaa bj which the) /erned how
. .!. rik md tht'
atmoi Silberman ha- written
W- It tl 'i'/,~
an < xciting
. proceas wherein i% ,m ,no
rtivity Tl
re important; that wh
nificant
Word seeps through from Washington th(t
Eiiucation Commissioner Marl w >.
iniportantjxj&U^>f his regime. |
Nixon is showing a new Into
>>n in thi' field >>t .
Mai | ins will accrui
children of our ni world when
thodl enable boys and grrb '
store new Intellectual mil
More imag.-
I le u nlni
our nations fut .
.- nt i'. And nv)ie exton
tn the c to spark
800* REVIEW By Seymour B. Lidbmon
Moses Of The \ew World
|N MINK II. i.KKMWV. in 1831, Baron Maurice de
Hlrach -. Hirsch de Gereuth. came
into the world with a gold spoon in his mouth. Theodore
Her/: !>orn in Vienna in 1*0 of
middle class parents. Both men wen
d In Orthodox home*. Herd be*
a journalist and d. Hindi banker and
builder ol railroads Both preferred liv-
ing in Paris.
The binker became one of the wealthi-
est men in the world and hi devoted his
time to philanthropy. Herzl had the real
of a Mi asiah and the prophetic vision of
a Jewish homeland.
Today's Thought. By DR. SAMUEl SILVER
An American Gem
In.
Hi Jewish T>lfcrph|r A*ii< >.
|s\T IT TIMF. to proclaim Sam Levenson one of
our national resource-"
YV. take him for granted, because he has be-
come a household word in our
ii. But the effervescent, irre-
sistible Levenson must be appre-
ciated To appraise him is to praise
him
He has brought more laughter to
h. United State* than most peo-
ple in our history.
He is, at the same time, a champ-
ion of Jewishn-ss at its finest.
His book. "Everything But Money."' which has
sold almost a half million copies, proves that there's
nothing more enriching than family fidelity to lofty
standards of service and affection.
Levenson not only appears on TV and radio and
on the lecture platform. He takes part in the ac-
tions and the passions of his people. He was out
there one cold day demonstrating against Russian
anti-Semitism.
He was the master of ceremonies in a New
York park when that city staged an Ethnic Festival
devoted to Jewishness. Millions of non-Jews have
learned about Judaism from this former teacher.
Levenson is an active member of his own con-
gregation in Neponsit. N.Y., and aids his rabbi. Dr.
Joseph Weiss, in many an undertaking.
In an age of vulgarity, when many Jews hate
themselves, it is refreshing to have a Sam Levenson
who deftly combines fun and faith. He's an Ameri-
can gem.
But HeRl will never be forgotten, while thi Ba
known to only a relative few Each need) d what the
r had HSW of the New World b) > > J
(Thomas Yoseloff 18 i a I ipby ol the man
th and power Although the book lacks merit II
.. the;. MM to be lea:
from the life of the Baron.
Mr Lee h u presented a pedestrian account of a Jew
who believed that assimilation .- I' inswei to nti-
> I usm Among the shortcomings ol the author is
failure to interpret the facts and nil use ol lengthy
i). wspaper accounts and quot. The Baron said, "All our
misfortunes come from the fact that the Jew aims too
high. We have t.*> many Intel* My aim ls to
courage pushiness among the Jews. They mustn t m iki
such great progress. All the hatred of us c >mes from
this." It is paradoxical that these statement! should ema-
nate from the man whose "puahinen ret ilted In b -
amassing untold wealth and power, who spent fortunes in
acquirirg palaces and hunting lodges, ami -ht
Christian socialites and royalty for gUCStS and friend*
The NY. Sun in 1892 comnient a man who was variously described fob, gen. I
vainglorious, modest, ill-mannered, boorish, gentlemanly'"
at a time when he had just donated SJ 400.000 to establish
th.' American Baron de Hindi Fund Mr Let d >es noth-
ing to clear the enigma The author often attributes state-
ments to a "English historian." "a distingu sbi 1 Aus-
trian historian." "a historian of the period" without n
log these people Other times he will supply the name but
not the specific source.
There are several historical errors The d in
various kingdoms of the Iberian Penninsula for over 1
year* prior to 1492 (not 800' and in that year th- y a n
expelled from the kingdoms of Cast and Aragon. not
from Spain. Spain as the unified i>olitical unit C
into being in 1516. The proclamation of the French As-
sembly emancipating the Jews applied only to the Sep-
hardim of southern France. The Ashkenazim of the north-
east received their rights in 1791.
De Hirsch was not "the first practical sociologist"
who believed that true chanty was giving in such a way
to make almsgiving unnecessary. Maimonides outlined
that principle in his 8 steps to charity 800 years before
the Baron lived.
The Jewish Croesus dissociated Judaism from his
everyday world, and consequently saw no need for con-
version. He was charitable to Jews because "Jowl must
help Jews" since "others do very little for the Jews ex-
cept in the way of endeavoring to convert them He dis-
approved of Jews who demanded their rights from Gen-
tiles. He did spend almost 50 million dollars to save a
few thousand Russian Jews from pogroms and he at-
tempted to establish them in agricultural colonies in
Argentina. This venture failed He saw no future for Jews
in Palestine.
SrJror On Sptrts
Jess Silver
Competition In The Family
(O. J*wlJ> Ttltwraplilc Arcy. Inc.
|AKK SPITZ, multiple world
record holder in swimming
and regarded by many as the
greatest all around swimming
machine ever produced, may
have to look to his laurels. He's
got competition in his own
family.
Mark's 17-year-old kid sister.
Nancy, finally came of age.
While Mark, an Indiana junior,
was having his troubles in the
National AAU indoor champion-
ships at Pullman. Washington,
Nancy achieved a breakthrough
by winning her first Individual
national championship in the
200-yard freestyle with a clock-
ing of 1:55.83. She won by a
touch.
Nancy is no stranger to inter-
national competition. Her first
experience abroad was in the
Maccabiah Games in 1969, which
parallels Mark's debut m 1965
And like her brother, she mopped
up. winning four gold medals in
Israel. But any similarity be-
tween the two stops there. In
1965. Mark was cocky In 1969.
Nancy was shy to a fault.
- .Nancy lost her first race In
Israel by a touch, and there was
no way she could hide her feel-
ings. But before she climbed out
of the water, Mark was at her
side, consoling her The close
relationship between the two
overrode any sibling rivalry, real
or imagined.
When the Spitz kids, affec-
tionally called 'The Schpntze*"
in Israel, returned home, both
continued their swimming ca-
reers. But It really wasn't until
1970 that Nancy began to make
major headway. Yet Nancy
Spitz ls_a definite possibility to
win an Olympic gold medal, and
with Mark alv> shooting for the
Munich Games, it is logical to
assume she has set her sights
on that goal, too
Israel Newsletter
By CARL ALPBtr
The Chief Rabbinate
afire qranosi as to who st.
Rabbi of Isi i"! s.ems quits n
the verj real problems which faci '.-
it ls a pro
..:>.'
state ol I- M
il :
.'w in the country \
of legislative a- i
competition and tl
time, the que?--
the Chief Rabbin
and seems aim--
;*ion.
The Chief Rabbinate and
Mipreme authorities for Jews in Isi
:. itlnfl to marnage, divorce, bui
appointment of rabbis. The Counc.'. and
eal eourta which it supervises ma;,
marry and who nn not who may r .
ship an' By, and who not It li
leflnit in of who is Jew.
The ("hir! Rihbinate was set I
th. Turkish regime and CXtl
when they assumed the mandatl
The Incumbents an- therefore Govern
led under the law The Chief 1
pherdl, mirustenng to the Jewish -
Paleetina which was predominant .
th. Ashken.-ui community grew, h-
protested discrimination against th
pi a Chief Rabbi too
The Rabbis were chosen b> '
the British, with amendments rr.i.i. '',< *
. Chief Rabbis were to be chosen by an I d
College of 70 members. Of thos. 4J are nW
chosen by an ^-member eommitt" '
by the Supreme Rabbinical Council v.r. tl
I of Religious Affairs. The remain.-
elected by municipal or religious bodii '>'**
parti of the country Th.' Chief Rah! in *
electee! for a five-year term Retinvv nl 10 :'
Dayan. or judge, of the Rabbinical Court
Obviously new procedures an **
pbfy the elections, but in the BMWitunr the D
of office of the Chief Rabbis have run ^
Kne-set is nowhere near pawing On m"C^*">
legislation, and so at the end of March th
four-month extension of the terms of borh d
Rabbit was voted.
No one is under any illusions When f<*\
sion expire* at the end of July new leg -*<
still not be ready. There will either be i f***
provistonal extension or the whole ih*!v:'
of the Chief Rabbinate will collapse.
In the meantime, the various tJiraW *
struggling to frame legislstion which would P
them, the extremely Orthodox want to *ssurr^
tion of conservative Chief Rabbu: the *ntjr,N would just as soon see the whole institute* ^
carded, and moderate religious elements w'oulV|
to arrange for election of a Chief Rabbi who m
provide more Uberal InterpreUOoas of l**'**
i in the light of modern times.
There will be enormous political pressure "J
ing the next couple of months. The outcon*
have a prwfound effcet on Israel s future.


,y. May 21. 1971
+Je*iMiit9cr1dktn
Page UP
I have never been persecuted.
Ihave never lived in a ghetto.
Ihave neverfelt like Israel was my home,
But lam Jewish.
"I am Jewish. But noone has ever persecuted me or
my family. Noone has ever forced us to live in poverty,
cramped in with other Jews. Or forced us to leave
one ghetto for another one.
"I am Jewish but I've never felt
that 1 must live in Israel to fulfill the Jewishness I feel.
And yet I understand those who do.
"A child of mine has never been in a school bus that
saboteurs have destroyed, but I can understand the pain
of the people whose children have been murdered.
Just as I can understand the anguish of children
who can't go to school older people who can t receive
proper care, immigrants who can t speak their new language,
find a job and provide the basic needs of life for their families.
"I can understand the people of Israel
because their lives bum with the same pride and hope
that 1 in my own way share.
"I want to help assimilate immigrants, train teachers,
build schools, rehabilitate the sick and handicapped.
"I look forward to the day when they will have
peace and freedom instead of the fear that they
will be terrorized by bordering enemies.
'Because I am'Jewish. I feel at one with the people
of Israel and with Jews everywhere who suffer. This is
our heritage, this is our common bond. And as a Jew,
J must not let my brother s call for help go unanswered;'
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The Jewish Floridian
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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The Jewish Floridian
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"Ofewish Flondian
Combining TMI JEWISH UNITY and Tftf JEWISH WttKLY
Volume 44 Number 21
Miami. Florida Friday. May 21. 1971
Price 20c
adat Power Struggle Far From Settled
JKRCSALEM lJTA> For
the time being. President Carnal
Abdel Niwr1! chosen successor
In Egypfl top pant seemed to
have the upper hand ui the long-
>xpected "war at succession."
bul although Israel refrained
from making any official com-
ment on the political crLsis. ob-
servers privately expressed their
belief that the power struggle is
'far from settled."
The crisis occurred last week
when President Satiat demanded
the resignation of Deputy Pre-
mier Sharaw.u Gomaa. Minister
of the Interior. Five other Cabi-
net ministers, including War
Minister Mohammed Fawvi sub-
mitted their resignations in a
move President Sadat said was
calculated to create the impres-
sion his regime was collapsing,
and three members of the ruling

Rogers Confers With
Dr. Jarring, U Thant
UNITED NATIONS iJTA'
Secretary of States William P.
n saul he a is "somewhat
. ncouraged" about an Interim
solution a!t--i a 100-
i. meetlni srtth U N. Sec-
i net al U Thanl and
.-.. Dr Gurmar V
:i ini He said in
. v i lid be I I able first
towarii a final settlem
The Secretary told reporter!
that he had a schange"
with the IN leaders and that
he favored additional discussions
of a similar nature Despite dif-
ficulties, he said, there was hope
for a peace pact, which he be-
lieves both Israel and Egypt
want
Mr Rogers expressed confi-
dence in Dr. Jarring. Tab* Swed-
ish an bass i lor, he said, is keen-
ly Interested in th'1 possibilities
of an Interim plan I i : >p< n the
Sues Canal
Mr. Rogers was I by
News Briefs
(n't T* Wester
WASHINGTON iJTAl Imenl '
Is the "going ; by the B'nal B'rlth M
\v. \ w< res it-.
... a pi p .:
lent I B .a B'rlth I :""
... ;; in B W< *1< Con nittee laid th. -- il
the 128th
th ind the ipening da) ol its U ntion Philadel-
K m -..I the I mber tribute as i mi
. knowl t to B k th it his six yean l l
In a t i -i : unusu il d to Jew -'-' ''
record ol wise effort and much fulfillment."
Kraol Bond Km plover* Strike
NEW YORK (JTA) Some BO employees of the Isra. Bond
ition have gone out on itrike In i dispute over a new con-
trite tag tnambers ol Local 1707, Community and Social
> Employaaa which affects '0 Bond Organisation offices
ughoul tha oountry, began Friday midnight when th.- ol.i con-
tract expired Efforts b) both ildei to avert i walkout foiled after
m hours of bargaining at the oif.ee of the state Mediation Board.
ihe State ageno i Intervention had been requested by the Bond
nisation with the approval of the union.
I Al. DtMlie* Ho> coll
NEW YORK iWNSi Japan AJt Lines has for the second time
lenied that it is porticip.it.ng In boycott of IsraaL And for the
second time the Conference of President of Major Jewish Organiza-
tions has rcj.-ct.-d the JAL statemeni U fob* Arnold Forster.
al counsel to ttie Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rlth and
Of the Conference of Presidents' anti-boycott committee
the JAL statement a flat lie"
Rabbi Kahane Arrte4
NEW YORK iWNSi Rabb. Men Kabane, national chairman
the J.-w.sh Dafanae League, and ibi otiiar memhars >f the JDL
wew arrested on chaises of violating the 1968 Federal Gun Control
\.t He was rasaaati after pasting HS.000 bond. He was ralaaasd on
bus own racagnlaanea on a related eharga of weapons possession.
Pour of the JDL members were released on their recognisance and
two others held ;n lieu of SlO.OtW bail each.
Assistant Secretary Joseph J.
Sisco and the U.S. Ambassador
to the United Nations. George
Hush, during the brief press con-
ference In the Secretariat lobby.
A spokesman said later that
the Secretary General, who had
found the discussion "very use-
ful" planned to meet with Soviet
Ambassador Yakob A. Malik and
taster with Egyptian Ambassador
Mohammed H. el-Zayyat.
Mass Arrests
Net Suspect
By Special Keport
ISTANBUL The Turkish
government has arrested hun-
dreds <>f Turks In its search for
Ephraim Elrom, the Israeli Con-
sul General who was kidnapped
from his home Monday by
arm.,! and masked terrorists
i ding the release ol "revo-
lutionary guerrillas."
one ol those placid under ar-
rest iii as Ay ban Yalta a formt r
university student who has been
iffa d a- one "i the kid-
nappers.
Th.- Turkish govenunent re-
fected the terrorists' demands
anil mounted a massive seareh.
with army units and security
police halting traffic at road-
blocks throughout the nation.
The kidnappers were said to
be members of the Turkish
People's Liberation Army, an
organization which is connected
with the Popular Front for the
Liberation of Palestine and was
responsible for the kidnap of
four American servicemen In
Ankara March 4.
More than 300 known left-
wingers, student extremists, in-
tellectuals, unionists, professors
and politicians thought to be
connected in some way with the
ti.pa were seized In the biggest
wave of arrests In the history of
the republic.
The kidnappiiie Mr. Klrom
came after a short (htkhI of In-
activity for Turkey's extreme
leftists. They previously had
been responsible for a number
of kidnappings and hank rob-
beries, and their activity RM a"
important factor In the decision
to ouM the Sidev man Demirel
regime March 12.
Mr. Elrom had been in the
israd police force 27 yean be-
fore joining the diplomatic corps
two years ago. Istanbul aras his
first foreign assignment.
Higher Executive Committee of
the Arab Socialist Cnion also
i signed.
i Reliable sources in London
reported that the Kremlin is
concerned over the situation and
Is m eking reassurance from the
EgyptfaUl President of his con-
tinuing allegiance to the Soviet
Cnion. since a number of those
now under arrest had close ties
with Moscow..
New Cabinet minister* were
promptly sworn in by President
Sadat, who announced th.it he
was ordering tree elections lor a
complete reorganization ot the
Arab Socialist t mini, Egypt's
mi I \ political party.
The Cairo upheaval followed
the ouster of Aly Sabry. one of
the nation's two vice presidents.
by a little more than a week.
Most foreign observers believe
the immediate cans.' of the rift
whs Egypt's proposed federation
with Libya and Syria, which
Sabry strongly opposed.
Though events in Egypt were
nut u lieved to be directly re-
lated to the Israel-Egypt conflict
or to Secretary of State William
P. Rogers' visit to Cairo, and
the possibility ol an interim ar-
rangement for the reopening of
the Suez Canal, some Israeli ob-
servers believe the Rogers peac-?
mission may have been crippled
by the Cabinet shake-up in Cairo
since a government in the midst
of domestic crisis cannot under-
take major policy decision.
According to the semi-official
< airo newspaper Al Vhrum, 110
persons have been arre*U-d and
are under investigation. A num-
ber ot them who were fir-it
placed under house arrest have
now been transferred to deten-
tion centers, it was reported.
The arrest of several rad;>
and telev ision officials for al-
legedly conspiring "to declare a
state of emergency" was order-
ed by the government early this
week. Political sources said that
security forces had launched a
campaign to smash the hari-
core secret organization oi>;is-
ing President Sadat's rule.
The President, already tlv
nominal head of the arm* d
forces, has further consolidated
his position by taking over a*
head of Egypt's police fore, it
was reported V u arrests a.....
expected in the government *
drive to sn ash opponents ol
*Be Responsive'
Chairman Lrges
I imbined Jewish Appeal-Isr i<
l Imergenty Kurd contrH I
n 'I vet contacted by -
tour* H. KANTt*
Campaign Chairman
t .- ..re being urged by Joseph
H. Kanter, campaign chairman,
to respond.
\- In -my campaign, it takes
time for busy volunteers M re ich
all those on their lists," Mr
K inter al L "However, ad\
knowledge of our objectives,
gives an opportunity for each in-
dividual to search his const
and ability to give, in ordei to
be prepared when the solicitor
calls.
"No raagMSMSMs member of
the Jewish community can af-
ford not to contribute to the
< JA-IF.K campaign.
"In the light ol this year's
unusu il cr i il net ds w.
urging everj member of the
h community to give it
least double >r triple If pos-
sible his v ear's com-
mitment Many have already
done SO Pll ISe be prepared to
. such an increased pledge
w hen you are called upon.
\v nd
ill int people are
m everyom minds and hearts,
our campaign workers and
tributora are not losing sight if
the Importance for maintaining
a strong reilthy and viable com-
munity here in Greater Miami "
Mr. Kanter noted
The CIA IKK drive in Great-
er Miami is the key campaign
for the Jewish community. It
happens once a vear. But it can
change history. It is simply the
organized Jewish community
getting together and miking
lunils to meet the urgent need*
i>t JMWS, both at home and
abroad.
i Sood Intentions Mr. Kan-
ter deel ired. 'will not si I
food, clothing and medical
pile* to poor and oppress. I
Jewish families throughout the
world Promises wiB not sa\
a single lite
And Israel's grant courage
would perhaps not be enough >
face the tremendous ,>dds against
her Promises gave them a
dream. Only you. through your
- to the CJA-IEF c tmpaign,
can help make that dream came
true"


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^ o i iri it U ^ Cypen To Install
Dr. Beber Elected I o Head i A^Sary'b Slate
RWoy.liay^
Local AJCommittee Chapter
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k-riatric Clinic
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Jowish Con
il the
Snnesta I
Dr. Bebi i. ho i
th. :
Governor* Ooun- i
cil on Acini;, l-
i>n 1h* Mi'di J
Board and i* the
l hysacian in
Charge of the
nt J-leksnn Mi'-
! i rra on the
i
A.K' i!| conl : ; i >
the rr. of Jus-
,;-, that m lat '.\ Ith Juda-
ism and with Amei aid Dr.
Beber.
Board o: Directors of the Am-ri-
m Gteri rrfc Sodetj md of Tern-
tsfael.
In BDtpUm th- post. Dr. B.ber
)irtr\l out. "Thr history of the
' w in thi EMaspor i rvcord* peri-
dk aKeendane\ and affliierte.-.
i.-icicnlly cut short by betrayal
nd destruction. This ml tho fit'
; the ktn of Babylon. Alexandria.
>pln .mil th. Ha-k.ila Today, the
.'.* flourishes in America, but
tmervcn ioaa not Tbc moral riV-
democratic Club Hears Talk
On law, Order and Crime'
At a Meeting ol tJv Miami Beach
Wiiocratie Club held Wednesday
-.nine. Walk and Joan ftMyeJ
wrvtns as assist mi directors
r I>r Ben J. Shernxird-; St.
Luke's ftfethadone Clinic, cave
Ik on "Law and Order and
."rime."
Other featured speakers were
ilex Gordon, Metro I>ade County
\nten M. Sieg.n-
tort, Miami Qtj Commissioner,]
ind Dan d Goodhart, Assistant
States At! mtey In charge of capi-1
i! crin ClUb president is Walt)
Other ofl I n t ected m
lion to Dr Beber were Alvin Cas<
I sl. honorary president; William
Ik. Gladstone, Marshall S. Harris
s iiiiiui J Rabin, Robert l Sha-
piro, vice presidents; Herbert I..
Sobel. secretary: Jx'l Hirvhhom.
financial secretary; Mrs Lewis M
K.mner. membership secretary:
Melvyn B Krumkev treasurer, and
lh. Morton Notarlui associate
treasurer.
Founded m 1906, the American
Jewish Committee is the coun-
try's pioneer human relation- OT-
: intasation. It oombats bigotry, pro-
teots the civil snd religious rights
oi Jean ;ii home and abroad, and
seeloi improved human rel
!! people everywhere
j | Cypen, honorary
president Jrcatei Miami
Jew is i;
will administer th<
v
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nes
on w ill b
Mrs Sol SHverman, honorary life
th Auxiliary; the |
musical portion of the pi in ar-
ranged bj Mis Prances Makov-I
ky, program chairman will fea-
ture Mrs. Henry Bnlah.-tn. soloist.
ace by pianist Tony Lo-
pez, Anne Tanenbaum, Doris Or-
ion and Henny Jaffee are accept-
i!.K 1S
Veterans Betterment Service
Sky Lake Chapter, B*mn F.'mh
i. wll meet Tuasd i\ at
12 30 p.m. .it Temple Adath ifesh-
urun Mrs Nat Miller, district
counselor "ill introduce Mrs.
Sylvia Ebner, council chairman.
who will presenl a talk on "Vet-
: an's Betterment Sen s Mrs
ird B rnste n pi
chairman for ine chapter
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+Jewist fhiHinr
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Bares Nominated For
Presidency Of JVS
n.-r rieiary the Gre iter Mi
R Co la dire toi
B th Am. hai been
j. ftlUIAM MAMJS. M.
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iiu.r.ii Btrvio "f
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> by Ch iflea Herfwrfl
lirmai the i omin il
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' the in-
th JVS, i bene-
ami Jewish Fc k pal on and the
United Kuril ,,! i> ,i County. Th.'
session will be held In I ite June
at b rite yet to be determined,
according to Stuart Rothchild,
C l' A cui renl JVS president
Mi B iros i- i past president of
remple Beth Shirah ind has play-
ed key roles in the campaigns <>t
th< Combined Jewish Appeal and
State ni Isi iel Bonds.
Nominated ,i< honorary presi-
dent is Sam J Heiman. Vice presi-
dents s.loci.,i for U'Ti-T2 include
Ronald I.. Altiert. U.-rlx-rt P. Blum-
n Stark and Marvin I
W'iii
Other nominees include Andrew
A assist .Mi tre isurer Dr Sol Center,
' > i Dr Marvin c;.
Isaacson, assistant sceii'laa/,
N imineea for one-year tt-nns on
the board of directors include Nor-
man Ramin. Col Arthur Conn.
. Kotln and Norman Sh<>lk.
Renominated f >r three-year ti*rm<
Barney Bernstein, C.P.A.,
ill S il in is Charles Hertz-
off. C.P.A., Dr M irvin G d i ic-
son, Mrs Skin > I. Lewis, Judge
David I pbman and Sam Stark.
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Volume 44
Friday. May 21. 1971
Number 21
26 IYAR 5731
Soviet Reaction The Big Question
In the volatile atmosphere oi the Middle East, any-
thing can happen and it usually does. The dramatic
events in Egypt which, as this is written, seem to establish
Sadat in the stronq-man role held so many years by
Gamal Nasser, will have long-range impact on the future
>f that troubled area of the world.
It is obviously too soon to predict with certainty Sc-
at's next moves, but if the recent past is any precedent
ne can hope for a changed atmosphere in the negotiations
tor a settlement with Israel. One can hardly divide Arab
leadership into hawk" and "dove" but the best reports
ould indicate that in firing most of his original Cabinet
asters. Sadat also got rid of the Moscow-oriented hard-
I ners. If this can be viewed as a positive good, the big
question may very well be the Soviet reaction to the shift
i.i lineup and. in the next weeks, give a clue to Sadat's
ability to survive.
At the very least, the drama in Cairo last week main-
tains the cease-fire, unofficial though it may be. and gives
greater time to work out the counter-proposals made by
Israel on the issue of re-opening the Suez Canal as the first
tep toward negotiating for peace.
Not to be ignored as the top diplomats concentrate on
le question of the Canal is the issue of Jerusalem; there
re signs that King Hussein, more secure than he has ever
een since the 1967 war. is ready to flex his little muscles
over the Holy City. Some of Hussein's statements are obvi-
ously being made to prove that he is still there. There is no
oubt that Jerusalem is an important problem, as are the
Golan Heights. Sharm el-Sheikh, the Sinai, and all the
ther territories held by Israel after its '67 victory.
But it is Egyptian leadership which must be reckoned
/ith. ultimately, in reaching accommodation with the Arab
ations. and the priority of the Suez Canal at the present
-tage will not be changed by the urge for recognition from
-cross the Jordan.
Illusions Stripped Away
A mutual interest in 'brotherhood'' has brought Meir
llahane of the Jewish Defense League and Joseph Colombo
r>l the Italian American Civil Rights League together, follow-
ing Kahar.es most recent arrest on charges of interstate
transportation of guns and explosives.
While we doubt that the impact of that alliance will
I .ave the same effect on* the world as when Molotov em-
braced von Ribbentrop as a "blood brother," any illusions
tnat still continue about the Jewish Defense League's
leader must be stripped away by this alliance between
i.ahane and the notorious underworld chieftain.
The overwhelming majority of Jews and Italians will
ave little to do with these organizations which misrepre-
sent the ideals and aspirations of the ethnic groups whose
names they so dishonor. The communications media might
do well to assess the standing of these organizations in
.heir own communities and recognize that they are not
worth all the space devoted to their activities
An Outstanding Record
One of the most reliable barometers of a Jewish com-
munity's maturity is the longevity of its rabbis. Greater
Miami's largest con/jrregations. in general, now have
spiritual leaders whose service can be measured in dec-
tides, and who increasingly are being placed in key roles
of national leadership.
Rabbi Mayer AbTcrmowitz, who this week celebrated
I-is 20th anniversary with Temple Menorah of Miami Beach,
has compiled an outstanding record of activity since com-
..ig here from a meaningful career in post-war Europe.
The rabbi's activities in behalf of the Joint Distribution
Committee. Israel Bonds, UJA and now the American Con-
ference on Soviet Jewry have been consistent in their energy
and effectiveness. He merits congratulations.
MATTER OF FACT
by JOSEPH ALSOP
WASHINGTON Tlie hid-
den ironic* o) Secretary William
Rogers mission to the troubled
Middle East ate hardly possible
to .\:i-'.:i".;M- T> bejrm with
the wisest han.in-.tpp>*n give the
leeretar) < rather better than
even eh inc to "succeed" In
whi,!- thit coun-
try will burst into loud and h ip-
p> chi -
a u, in this a
mean securing I- vptian
t. alter Fill ther Middle
Eastern bareaining. on what i^
known at the "Interim solution "
The interim solution will Involve
s ene degree of military puHhach
from the banks of the Sue/ C
v reopening oi the
ii this resell Is ittalned, Il
will offer the : i long and
i
most US front, with the
In his a

OUT Of THe TOHM
_ rm
Comment
8 Spiro and Martha are up-
set aixiut The Press w.>.'.. wtvit
c.m people with i>il: feet and bis
mouths hope from that eombina-
Uon Love Story?
It is obviously part of right*
winc paranoia) more proof of
radical control of the nation -
one supportei o( the Agnew-
Mitchell-Dole wine complain*
that Tlie PrCM .. 50% con-
trolled by Communisti
THAI'S quite dramat
In coaHcoL for those of us with
long memories who remember
when FDR accused .ill fat-eat
iMawpauuii 85' I of the wfa
as having been utterly op-
posed to everything his adminis-
tration was si eking bach in the
New r> i] da) -
Come to think of It the liberal
politician* of the Wi were just
as asaeiliva to their Journal
critic.--. The tame B5' fat-cats
wh now teem to be 50*1 in the
camp of Moat m (1*11 let the
mathenatieian* or Hayakwa
OUl exactly where we
st.md i received quits limilar
a base
BOMK ;- le will hate me for
this but Harold Ickes d
pretty good Imitation of Af-neu
in his day In one of his diaries
he report! h I
P >' rson th t m u-

ponslMa I from
Ihful columnisti "
\MlllllK ,|
ii id fallen, "whei

thii
part ni-
pt .-. : t i hear the Just
Ing "Wh 'i
.1 th" news;.
.-.or."
111\ ng spent
that ; f. -s : I h r.e
good Justice: Noth-
| b
ti for it."
\"> Kl\(. S
put it, (he) i 'it
I tike .i back teit I
in the number of unpubl
Ii tt. n I have sent to editors
ng about their '
cris) In conducting
the)
publish Information
callii
ind then
ear election laws i
' i
I MOAN w,th Igon) e, pj
a public '
i or fails to get the
i mphasii vhen
i sad n port of a m
event whl h misses th<
tor) th t m im little
em
Hut. h i been tl my-
lhal when th. Um-
the
r eommui


it"
IN \ KM I VI
''
that
.Her all. w-ou'd ,. ....
deal of time tod money <'
opening the c
strong desire t,, ua. the cj.'
thereafter. And you cannot ."
w.-ll iLse a canal ahich h m |2
very mMM oi ., .
Right h. re haa u ^
' ind biggest -v luriaw
behind the Rog<
the Middle East i:
lecurea
.ailed int.
main!) dV
ie S-e, i,l |,
the canal
The Egypt \ni
n the ini

th, I
of
Till SOVU I B ,,
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ower i I
in Oceai .
eat
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.... Mi '.
i V'. ...'i for
at Trii th
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Il -t
'
s,
Continued an raot 9-A
by EDWARD COHEN
th* ir
hut the) -.> all
rwrnl. in or I
... tiwm taom mind
s.-r\ati\i s do n-t like t) set

ti/.-d. t dki l ab
itrgasad Sonv r"'^
i> knoekinc Amenc. lat
i know and Ik-' ">"1
Ii the til4ist (I
i mit in '
Liberals, on th. r hi
talk often about I :
nana, th- lr r 1,",
much better the won
if Yet hberabi do not cr>
t.. \t->s4' corrupl
muckraaw, to vm *or,:
in men. to explo- '
an.I horror.
to impart
M an bjdi 3
.... ''
tvrt
n\ this Lath r
h.gh pavaantaae of Am
rauaperi ^V*
w ,\ l.y theSo't tat-cau FWf
icnbed wouki I
eral." And to this
Ickea and Agnew I
I it remain* an
i to .t most p il
togs ind rtpneters
mftii I i "

pcJIUcal biases St U *
the m an thtf I I I
Ifj
I Of the
. there i- n~
bias


Friday. May 21. 1971
Jewlst* Hrrkfrtr
Page 5-A
A.S
Max Lerner
Sees It
The nature of politics is straggle, and the nature of struggle
is to divide all life into two parts on any issue for and against.
Watching the recent antiwar demonstrations CRM cot tho im-
press*** that there were only two attitudes toward the Viet-
namese war: Nixon's and anti-Nixon's. This isn't true. There
are several major positions .--side from Nixon's, and while they
may marge with each other in the opinion polls it makes lor
murky thinking to lump them together.
For clarity, let's say that there are four moods on the war.
! ,11 one proup the Maximalists, a second the Minimalist*, a
third the Get Outers and a fourth the All Outers. Let me de-
be each position and why its champions take it.
il il
i CALL thk NIXON position Maximalist, In the sense thai
;'! President la determined to maximize the terms he can gel
ii Paris >r elsewhere from the pcao negot He knows
the war cannot be won, but he refuses to conce* that it is lost.
He will have to get the American ground forces out before the
1973 presidential convention*, but he means to keep as many
other forces on the scene, in noncombat roles, as he can gel away
with. He has one eye on the 1972 election ami the other on his
n history, which will depend (he fcclsi on how the I'nited
51 ites h Tiles the aftereffect* of the war. both In Asia and in
America He could win the first 'the elagUon*) and lose the
nd I his place In history), but h.- la gambling on beini
v with both.
The Minimalists, on the other hand, have pretty much
Itei :f the chance ol saving mything out ol the ; ice ne-
itions. They will lv content with 'he minimal terms a
tical settlement" in the form of q coal tion
the C re bound to rlomin iti Although
ih com net I that Ho Chi Minn a is a nto I
t H.-ti leadei i :i be Indej endi nl of both Pi
*'. most of then dial
i. the United Stati
So th isl a-

PHI '.i i Ol ruts- \ki:
et out |
il w hi -h time the grou lb 11 bul
' The
who includi O Is and
-. u ml to set a definit
mil to win the conl denc<
But even they don't want the Unit< I Stati to I I to-
uptly The Qet Out mood
nol most of the demonsti itora. They don'l ca
consequences or costs, because they feel thai the war has
t too much, th.it it is Intoler
ng to do is to brc tk away cl< an Thi > I ike
on, not a political one.
ii ii
THK "ALL <>t TKKs" ran, that, like Christianity, the
has n been really |
.
ii wa> the) are i the Get Outers They
h i it it much i the 1 I
nd much as 1 right fell
. '.'
the first tv
,' I Kennedy's tD-M It Is
g Strattoi D 1
mt tO :r.
trc itj and o ir post-w u* p
i ;i But 1 should agree thai il Is un-
issue In 1972. The iasw
nj. unemplo) mi nt, whai
.n.mt welfai e. the co
it Bl'T NIXON CANT \itori) to ignore the fourth group
h, All Outers who an the fanatic fringe on the right. The
respans* to the CaHey case showed how much trouble they
Tin make both to him and the n Ltl in OOOa their stab-in-the-back
th'^ry take* hold
The presidential Den >n their side, oan't afford to
ii,. thil | |er*, nvhOH tingle purpose
. 'hem.Many of them are
udH) i.d up I wanl to get it over with.
>ght assay. This small lv war, yea, but they would
nol hat. it to much American brand of
democracy even m
S3 ut -/
executive Jravel
CcUie Jlcrr
'Jerusalem Day'
Celebration Set
The Orthodox Jewish community
oi Greater Miami is s|H>nsoring a
"Jerusalem Day Celebration" in
the Hebrew Academy auditorium
2400 Pine Tree Dr.. Miami Beach.
at 8:30 p.m. Sunday.
The celebration will mark the
fourth anniversary of the libera-
tion and reunification of the Holy
City and the restoration of the
Western Wall, the ancient Jewish
shrine which dates hack to the
days of the Temple, to Jewish use.
Rabbi David B. Hollander, spir-
itual leader of New York's Mt.
Bden Jewish Center, will ho the
guest speaker. Rabbi Hollander is
well known to both Russian Jewry
and Israelis through his personal
visits.
Representatives of the local
| Jewish community and a number
of political figures will participate
lti Sunday evening's rally. Then
will Ik. no admission charge and
no appeal will be mad, for funds
Study Finds Large Areas of Agreement
MONSEY, NY. (JTAi A two-
day study of "Public Aid to Non-
Public Education'' sponsored by
the Synagogue Council of America,
has found "surprisingly large
areas ol agreement" among the
three branches of American Juda-
ism, according to Rabbi Solomon
I J. Sharfman, Council president,
The conference brought together
[mprsaentallwi of national rab-
binic and aynagogiial agencies of
Conservative, orthodox and Re-
form Judaism. Also participating
were obeervers from the major
Ji w isii educational and community
; n lations organizations.
While Conservative and Reform
bodies maintained their traditional
opposition to outright support for
secular programs of religiously-
sponsored schools, they admitted *
new openness within their rank-
to formulas that might bring need-
ed funds to day schools without
leading to "an establishmen
11 ligion."
The most startling revelation ol
the conference, according to Rubii
Mordecai Waxman of Great Neck.
N.Y., who served as coofetasce
chairman, was the unanimity of
support expressed for the Jcwisli
day school* by spokemen tor Re-
form Judaism, which for many
year* has opposed it. Representa-
tive* of all three branches d -
plorcd the lack of financial sup-
port given to the Jewish day
school movement by federations
and welfare funds
Meeting Closes Club Year
The Greatei Miami Hebrew Free
Loan Association held its List meet-
ing of the .-in-rent club year on
Semdny it the Miami Beach Fed-
eral, 755 Washington Ave. Uidon
I Schw iri dent of the group.
LET'S BUY
A HOUSE
TOGETHER
YOU COME UP
WITH THE FAMILY.
WE'LL COME UP
WITH THE MONEY.

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Page 6-A
+Jelstincr**X*n
Fridcn
May 21,
Schwartz Is Named Florida
Israel Committee Chairman

i -
i Pa*
1 Hi will *'ish
1
I
Israel 1

} nd.
Mr. Schv ::
of the M
t South F
( Ii
1 ,
1JK. !!, w i- chairm ui
ration.:! [sr 1*1 B inds
.1 by Israel Bonds at thr
annual inaugural conference*1 held
bj tht B.>nd- organization in Mi-
(uni Beach.
A paal preaident of me Henry
Monsky Lodge B.\irlrnt\ikers of
B'nai B'nth in Omaha. an.i Ne-
braska state chairman of the Is-
rael Commission for the order
Mr Schwartz haa s. r\e<1 ;>s cvc-
\
ni-
K: i ITniversitj

on ind stat
s Ap-
I I Hist
R
\ Frt
S lety.
Mr. Schwan if a
Ml imi Bi ich public relations
> the boards >:
Tempi.' Beth Am and the P
colao;: !-'
>< Mi unl and the Qtj ol
P.ach Convention Bureau Advis-
ory Board.
Since assuming nil new post
: with B'n. \ part in Israel Bonds dinners in
I Palm and Miami Beach.
Principals in last week's 24th annual Dade
County Outstanding Citizens Award Lunch-
eon are (from left to right) Melvin Haber.
chairman of the luncheon committee. Mis.
Ofelia Tabares de Fernandez. Woman of
the Year; awards patron. Joseph M. Lipton.
chairman of the board o! '. :V-i
Savings & Loan Association C::.or. 7:.^.
dore R. Gibson. Man of the Yen;
aid Shapo. committee cocna^rr.ar. Soaka
Lodge No. 1024 of B'nai Br.tr. sro-sors the
yearly event.
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from County Gas Co.,
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That's right' It's the complete gas barbeque pack-
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And that's not all... County Gas stocks more
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There's more ... our prices are suited for every
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CANADA LIFE LEADER
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Conodo lift it proud to onnounc* thot Horold-AbboH, C.I.U., hot partonolly
led hN* antir* international organization in soles Mr. Abbott's vott *xp*r*nc*i
in th lift insurance fold hot mod* him a Qualifying and Lif* M*mb*r of th#
Million Dollar Round Table for over a decade. Hit belief thot client serv.ee it
the key to. success hat mod* the Miami Bitcoyn* Branch of which h it Monog-
r, on* of tht fast*tt growing in Canoda lif*'t international organization.
A4r. Abbott's distinguished tervice record olto includet hit demonstrated !eod-
rthip in many community, chorltobl* and fraternal organizations. He tok*
(rat pride in th* giving of hit services to these worthwhile projectt.
It It because of m*r like Harold Abbott thot Canada lif* hat meant security
nd peoce of mind to to many policyholders. Canada Lif* hot t*rv*d th* pub*
Ik tinea 1147 ond presently hot ovr $10 billion of business, in force.
e
CANADA LIFE
CANADA UN AUUtAHa CO.
ItWeMPtafterSanm
3 7-4SI
From a people who
can make oranges grow
in the desert.

Sabra liqueur is as unique as It*
land fror- which it comes JaHa orange? n < ,tMI a
- _r which is subtly set off by a hint of .' J'e
Even the decanter in which Sat'a
\ou is an exact replica of an ancie^'
from the Land of the Bible.
You can enjoy Sabra so many wa
by itself. Or use if in recipes m place c* ether
liauors. Here are a few receipe sugg^s'
SABRA TEA
Vake a cup of steaming
not tea and add Sabra.
Iced tea may be
substituted for hot tea
SABRA ON-THE-ROCKS
Poor 2 oz of Sabra
over icecubes in an
O d Fashioned glass
SABRA SOUR
2 oz Sabra
1 oz lemon i.
Shake with ci
and strain mtc a" ^'^
sour glass
SABRA AND ICI CM AM
Pour an ounce ct 5r"a
over vanilla ce V"*-
A ioyouM blend of Jaffa orxvtge
icith a shade of chocolate.
Im#erte* by an* **Ht* in the Unite* ****** ** *"* j
Impute, f7* *,r* Aminm, h.w Verk. N.V. *0 > .


May 21. 1971
+Jmisi> Fkrklian
Page 7-A
Canon Gibson, Mrs. Fernandez
Dade's Outstanding Citizens
f Dade County's
! Ill
B'nal B'rJth SI
irds Luncheon wh n
Lipton, i'Ii.in ii in n(
: Savings A Loai
o( Miami hi.i iv
I th wlai
Ion R '' '
x m irv l'.. Carroll
: v ick, past
i
exemplifies
-pint ol broi I : ii.....i
tion," won the M .:i ol
\ r til
1 de Fern index
.. elk) FernancV /1, sub-
. p -i award n ci]
H Plnkelatein "for
and maintaining i true
<< understanding between
S mish-spoaklng and English-
volunteer groups of our
. ty," .\.is named W i
Ii i'< .ii".
; hson is rector of Christ
Church and. for the
tears, hns been vice presi-
Coconul Grove Cares. Inc.
illy th.' Coconut Grove Citi-
nittec For Slum Clear-
He i- the recipient of
t q dozen am
n led ited e
the Four Chaplains I
for mit-tandini; sen
ili without regard to
th.
He ipearheadi d idrl te The
!'.i ebe
uoi-l ,.,]
in the Si \ .;- v. n >u
are cent itli.

I
n
WTVJ
ghochet, editor and
i'ii-
f off commit
miai aun savKt
CALL
MARVIN CRAVES
iSAiro*
622 N.I. 127 ST.
754-2874

of Miami, Father 11 b-
- been particularly active In
. and was .
in upgrading the aanitao
living standard! of tho
i\ ileged in l>ade Count)
lebrew Academy
[pen House Week
[o Begin Monday
Miami Hebrew Acad
hold its annual H-1
k Monday through Frl-
school's main campus,
Tr. Dr.. Miami Beach.
i ..n- and other facilities will
or \ Mtt by parenl
tcrested In th.' program
S uth's largest Hebrew da)
r- will he n\
" if. nf PTA members
- hostsssea and refresh
.1 )>. srr\'ed Mrs Harold
: i ~irl>-nt s.ii.1 Sp
:ementa may be made
is to the school nursi
gartens of L>. C mnty
.'I. L
11.ui held at the South Dads
\ id.-my. facilities in the
II \ of Greater Miami
BSOO SW 8th Si Both
? wil] ho open from 10 ajn.
R ilph GHxman, i x
lent of the South Dade
s.i;d opening of a sixth
il- 1071-72 academic
expi et.-d to increase cn-
t from 70 to 100 students.
For 10
I i p,
lion fot the A h tt
of Colon d Pi ople it
Mrs. 1
i
Universitj il Mi imi In I
ted in n I
standing of .i cross-si I
nie groups.
She i> pn sident ol thi I i
Patriotic Education Boat *
sponsors classes in Cuban h
and culture, so thai Latin- \
can refuges children will not lose
touch with th. u heritage,
Mrs Fernandez's contributions
to educatior. Include her services as
,i member of the Greater Mom
Council for the Continuing Educa-
tion of Women i now ,i d- p,irtment
of the Downtown Campus of Mi-
ami-Dade Junior College),
She is a member ol (he Council
of United Fund Women and, in
addition, for the pa-t two ye :
she has given aitstanding servio
to the Council for Inti i n it
Visit
Mrs Fernandei Is om
foundi rs of Centra M itei
ect designed i
In the Central Cuban Disti I il
ter school hour-. ... I lui i i im-
mer months.
The event, now In Its 24th ye ir
I b) Sholcm 1-' N i
1024 : B nal K nth
Titron of the iw irds i
M Lipton. chairman, Dade Fi
Savings & Loan Association ot
Miami
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Page 8 A
JNF Leaders Honored
For 'Untiring Effort'
Tho Hon. JiuiK' 2* v W. Kogan.
preaadjent or th*1 Southern Region,
arranged .t su|<| rvtto in th Louis
Philippr Rcx,m of the Fontaim-
bleau Hotel to honor a number of
leaders for their untiring effort*
in behalf of the Jewish National
Fund.
Mia:-; Beach M lyorJey l>
nl of in. JNF's Miami
Beach group, adtircssod the gath-
ering and pres< nted a Biblf made
in Ira> I to Cantor end Mrs Saul
Bra Mr < d Mrs Frank Brick-
I Mm Leo Hu.la. Mr
i n Cohen Mrs.
Beul. I '' Dnvkl-
- Lillian Dubowy. Mr. and
ftf/l Mr and Mrs.
K7!. Friedberg.
Mr and : Garter, Mr.
and Mn a i mhut Jo-
aaph Hill and Mis. Dorothy Kam
inet.k}
Bib. ted to
Mr and Mn San .- K ttnetz, Mr.
and Mrs Mo. Levin, Mr. and Mrs.
Hirrr.an Medow, Mr. and Mrs
Fjnar.u.'i Mentz Mr. and Mrs.
Morris IQnos M Sam
Paseoe. Mr. anii Mrs. irwns Pie-
track. Mrs. Miriam Press. Mr. ami
Mrs. Isidore Riffkin. Mr. and Mr*.
Violor Roskm. Mrs. Bornard Sil-
ver. Mrs. Arthur I'ngi-r and Mrs.
Ida Wean l
Also honored at the event were
Mr and Mrs Max Afta.hiner. Mr.
and Mrs. Ben.ianun AppeL Prof
and Mrs. Andre Builolenki. Mr.
and Mrs. Morris B Mrs. Harry Feldman. Mr and Mn
Shmuel FVrshko. Abraham Fraid-
lin. Mr and Mrs. Max Hecht Mr
and Mrs. Peter Heller. Mr. and
Mrs Isaac Jaeobowitz, Mr. and
Mrs B r: ard Hat/. Dr. Jacob
Kaufman, Mr. Il I Mrs. Louis
Lust and Mrs Jullut R<>-
Mrs. Richard
nvarz. Mrs. Mai', Shklair. Mr
and Mn Simon Teh nbaum
Mrs Anna Warren.
Rabi>i Mayer Atari chair-
: tK JNF's n rtivt board
deli .rational messagi
si lisi Ruth Raffo i ntei
lamed : music uas pro-
\i,i Irving I'lt track Trio.
Brotherhood To Combine
Awards And Installation
Temple Beth Am Brotherh-x-l
I js ,Knw < i*r" breakfast
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I ti.tn of oftfcBCM and director^ Fat
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fnday May 21. 1971
MmM ncridHan
Page 9-A
)avid Blumberg Named President
Joint Installation
Israel
|)ilV imberg, president nf
Ridge Development
: Development Corp..
Regional Center,
,. Medical BuUding ami
'..,,: and Executive Commit-
i of Preatresaed Sya*
Ir. IM* been voted prosi-
i ,.f thi Greater Miami Cham-
, i ;wro'. effective July
president Frank J.
.. who heeda General
M iterl ils Corp.. an-
,: Chamber'a recent
., rnora meeting.
imbepjr'a widely diver-
... interests hav BCCB
: m the economic
- ith Dadc County."
Whisper-
Develop-
iv "nea tov n* con-
. i in 1953 Due I i
..i and expet lence in
i thorfs and w >t -t
ns, Mr Blumberg'?
n financing the ex
He utilities madi
in i ..- er lyatem
.-jiinii- milea In South
I

is liit His
itk r Ridge
I

*Al

.

sop
( on' i '.. d From VtLfr 4-A
,-.- the Sovieta are
r in this a i',i is not
iher. The British are
Perai in Gulf, whirh
| |a became > total
The Pi raJ in Gulf
; .. ii t in, tunable off
i ontro meal ol the
\ u extension o(
power ta now no I
I the world oil-
t hands
i< Till-: second great h>
.. behind the Rogers
i ither simple.
[a ielii leem to bo
iqui I3 aa ire >>f the
. risk* of the anormotM
1 of So\ lei lun al nearer
. now tv,- in prospect
: 1 ma could
> less Thia countrj
.. !v Mniallj unworried,
frichtftil upset of the
incc tli.it u :ll prompt-
11 t'i S la ever gel
on the world oil-Uip.
Israelis, in contrast, arc
1 1. Ttie defense
' ; n M >he Doj in,
trat man in Israel to
It 11 public for the In-
l ition. Bui hen h* did
p laaed the word th.it
. withdraw his surri-s-
di.itely. 1! the I'.S
objected to the iv-
the Sue/ c inal
11 is rn answer to Da-
~ it- ;is no anawar,
1 tayan cabinet col-
1-1 political rival. Yical
Whn he m.ule the same
nt ir. W.(s!ij! gJon some weeks
' Ji-rua ili-n again, the
r tiaed with Seoretory
g*ra Mth boom Uuhaneaa.
I lti>Ts
- for the in-
itlofl
fHt.hh AR|; two reasons for
on, In which
tv.iv. shown Basra
ef than the Americans
American interests. The
n la thi t the is..,,:..
ictkns of the popular
lelusion th.it the So-
havr somehow chanced
they ire quite sure
So\ eta will grab for the
II the grabbing
Mr) to them
the Soviet inter-
the Ml b
I 1 1 grim lea-
en is thai dest.it.'
the)
1 loan by -
r of tin
So the) n.itorailv
j h
earn H
rry !
1
It
DAV/O BlUMBHG
mittei of the Builder.;
Association ol South Florida. Mr.
Blurnberg baa served as treasurer,
vice president and on the Board ol
Trustees of the International Coun-
t-it of Shopping Centers. He is alsc
a past president of the Dadc
County Drainage Contractors
Assoeiation.
Community consciousness, at.
important idjunct to Mr. Blum-
berg's successful business career
is reflected In his man) civic af-
filiationa. A paal president of the
South Dadc Council, he has served
on the Board ol Governors of the
ter Mi ml Chamber of Com-
merce; the B08Fd of Directors
I In iter Mi.em Coalition; the Bo
ol 'I'm.! s, United Fund of Dade
(' 'tinty: Bo ird of I Mrectors 1 Src it-
er Miami P ogn ~ Foundation;
Board ol Governors, 200 Club;
i' immitti and Hoard
in the us< lopmenl of pre-
.1st and prcstics&ed concrete has
ignificantl) in pioneering .1
01 .:k n a appro ich to construc-
tion lechnlqui using pn tr sse
totems including fabrication and
I na joists ind di cks,"
he continued,
'' I I' nee in Dade County.
Particularly South Dade, has been
Mr Blumberg'* key. said Calla-
han. Certainly, Ins peraonal ini-
In constructing the water
m.I -. wer lystem and building the
first imm homes in the Cutler
section sonic 18 yean ago
* 1- strong factor in instia
' 1 lynamlc growth experienced In
that an
Mr Blumberg holds ,1 m .-is
! from (he H irvard School
if Business His hlllllHSI ass ic
tions include Btacaym Manufac-|
Co.; Amer can Bankers
Ufe Assurance Company; The
Bank ol Cutler Ridge and The;
Bank of Perrine.
A director and event v.'
Scholarships Given
To Ballet Students
Four Miami Conservatory ballel
students have been awarded schol-
irslups tor Study this summer at
- In Si w York Clt) One of
the four m also an tin..
.. It 1 ted by Miss Violette Verd.
for a local scholarship.
Miss Verdj award. .1 a scholar
ship to thl School ol An* neat
i'.ail.t to Jennifer Grose at a re
cent audition, and Maria Veigl
m.I David Howard awarded Hark
ncss House scholarships to Sheila
s.hvvai/bai't. Cynthia Williamsoi
uid Rand) Parrot! during last
month's Southeastern Regional
Ballel Festival In Augusta Ga
Miss Schwarzbart, Lenore Red
mond and Mark Gokhveber wen
the recipients .a scholarships foi
continued study during the 197l-7'.;
s, asim under Thomas Armour ant"
!;.... it 1 '.k.- at 1... Miami ''on
sen atorv
ol Dii cctora Gn iter Miami Traf-
fic Association; Board of Trust.' g,
Third Century. U.S.A ; District
vice president and director. Flor-
kkr-Stale iflh insbstr 0+ *yiitimon>i'i
Appointee, Dad.- County High-
way Multiple Use Committee; and
lbs Health Planning Council Task
Force
He is also prominent in religious,
educational and social activities
Including service on the Board of
Directors, Temple Israel; Board ol
Directors, Gulliver Academy;
1 of Advisors. University of
Miami, School ol Business Admin-
stratiin. Kconomic Societ) ol
South Florida; Florida Trail A
on; Western History Asso-
Tiation Friends of Art; Council
in Abandoned Militarj Posts; Mi-
ami Club and Ocean Reef Y ichl
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Jen/stffrrMiir
Fnday. May 2i_

4$ We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAl
Crisis In The Classroom And Beyond
A''< <>K1I\. TO Wh
'Crisis In the Classroom.*' has been ruffling the
thi ..'i and administrators this *
bog w rough -
-.- tuse (he toolrooms
the curriculum lity ol
teaching metho
in thi S 1 '
dull i" >cedure
"It not to spend any
period visiting
school classrooms without
appalled !'> the mutilation
erywhere mutilation of spontaneit) '
sell
- an h
pettj are the rules b) *hich th J
ind estheticalb barren tha
.- ibei m in has writ)
\\
- m ith ut walk excil
:

ortant: thai
quisit Ive ch int
W .rd se pa through from W n thit
BOOK REVIEW By Seymour B. Liebmofi
Moses Of The New World
r
mivkh, OEKMANT, in 1831, Baron Maurice de
Hirsch. horn Baron Morltz von Hlrsch de G< reuth came
i the world with a gold apoon in hia mouth. Theodore
Herzl was born In Vienna In i860 f
middle claaa parents. Moth men were
.1 in Orthodox homes. Herzl bee
,i journalist and de Hlrsch a banker and
builder ol railroads Both preferred liv-
ing in Paris.
The hanker became one of the wealthi-
est men in the world and he devoted till
time to philanthropy. Herzl had the zeal
>f i Messiah and the prophetic vision of
Jewish homeland.
Today's Thought: By DR. SAMUEL SUVER
An American Gem
<>. Jewish TatasrspBUe Aganey, tiie.
ISN'T IT TIMK to proclaim Sam Levenson one of 4
our national resources? >
We take him for granted, because he has be-
come a household word in our
nation But the effervescent, irre-
sistible Lcvenson must be appre-
ciated. To appraise him is to praise
him.
He has brought more laughter to
the I'nited State* than most peo-
ple in our history-
He is. at the same time, a champ-
ion <>f Jewishness at its finest.
His book. '"Everything But Money," which has
sold almost a half million copies, proves that there's
nothing more enriching than family fidelity to lofty
standards of service and affection.
Levenson not only appears on TV and radio and
on the lecture platform. He takes part in the ac-
tions and the passions of his people. He was out
there one cold day demonstrating against Russian
anti-Semitism.
He was the master of ceremonies in a New
York park when that city staged an Kthnic Festival
devoted to Jewishness. Millions of non-Jews have
learned about Judaism from this former teacher.
Levenson is an active member of his own con-
gregation in Neponsit. N.Y.. and aids his rabbi. Dr.
Joseph Weiss, in many an undertaking.
In an age of vulgarity, when many Jews hate
themselves, it is refreshing to have a Sam Levenson
who deftly combines fun and faith He's an Ameri-
can gem.
But Herzl will nevei be forgotten, whi
Ls known to only .. n ll n tea needed w
othei had Mora ot the Mew World } S n el J Lee
tThomas Yoselofl 18.501 Is a b graph) of tl ith
wri iitri and power Although the > i merit. M
should I*- read bee tuse thi
the life of the Ha;on.
Mr Lee h is presente I a ;- lestris
who believed that assimilation Is the inswei
Semittsm. Among the shortcon the author Is hi-
failure to interpret the I lengthy
newspaper accounti and quotes Th Baroi
misfortunes com. from the fact that the Ji
high. We have too many intellectuals My aim I
courage pushinesi imong the Jew The) mustn't m
such great progress. All the hatl
this." It is paradoxical that these statements should ema-
nate from the man whose "pushiness resulted ii his
amassing urtold wealth and power, who spent irtunes In
acqulriag palaces and hunting lodges ind wl sought
Christian socialites and royalt) tor guests and friends
The NY. Sun In 1882 commented on tlv ei I i I
a man who irai variousl) described as selfish, genen
vainglorious, modest, ill-mannered ttemanly"
at a time when he had just don lt( I K l""i.000 to establish
the American Baron de Hirsch Kind Mr Lei I -- n >th-
dig to clear the enigma. The author tften itt rtate-
ments to a "English historian" a distinguished Aus-
trian historian," "a Mstoriai I iod" without n
ing these people Other times he will supply the name but
not the specific source.
There are several historical err in The Jews lived in
various kingdoms of the Iberian Pennlra
years prior to 1492 inot 800' and in that year the) a
expelled from the kingdoms of Castile and Aragon,
from Spain Spam as the unified political unit came
into being in 1516 The proclamation >: the F\n nch As-
sembly emancipating the Jews applied only to the S
hardim of southern France. The Ashkenazlm of the north-
east raoSjved their nghts in 1791.
De Hlrsch was not the first practical sociologist
who believed that true charity was giwng in such a way
to make almsgiving unnecessary. Matmonides outlined
that principle in his 8 steps to charity 800 years before
the Baron lived.
The Jewish Croesus dissociated Jud niffl from h l
everyday world, and consequently saw no need for con-
version. He w-ls charitable to Jews because "Jews must
help Jews" since others do very little for the Jews ex-
cept in the way of endeavoring to convert them He dis-
approved of Jews who demanded their rights from Gen-
tiles. He did spend almost 50 million dollars to save a
few thousand Russian J.-ws from pogroms and he at-
tempted to establish them in agricultural colonies in
Argentina. This venture f.uled He saw no future tor Jews
in Palestine.
Ulftr On Sports
Jeis Silver
Competition In The Family
(O, Jewish Teltgraphle Ancy. Inc.
|ARK SPITZ, multiple world
record holder in swimming
and regarded by many as the
greatest all around swimming
machine ever produced, may
have to look to his laurels. He's
got competition in his own
family.
Mark's 17-yesr-old kid sister.
Nancy, finally came of age.
While Mark, an Indiana junior,
was having his troubles in the
National A AC indoor champion-
ships at Pullman. Washington.
Nancy achieved a breakthrough
by winning her first individual
national championship in the
300-yard freestyle with a clock-
ing of 1:55.83. She won by I
touch.
Nancy is no stranger to inter-
national competition. Her first
experience -ibroad was in the
Maccabiah Games in 1969. which
parallels Mark's debut in 1963
And like her brother, she mopped
up. winning four gold medals in
Israel But any similarity be-
tween the two stops there. In
1965. Mark was cocky In 1969.
Nincy was shy to a fault.
Nancy lost her first race in
Israel bv a touch, and there was
no way she could hide her feel-
ings. But before she climbed out
of the wnt-r. Mirk swai it tvr
side, condoling her. The el -
relationship between the t*->
overrode any sibling rivalry real
or imagined.
When the Spit/ kids, affec-
tion illy called The Schpnt/.-,-
in Israel, returned home, both
continued their swimming Ci-
reers. But it really wasn't until
1970 that Nancy began to moke
major headway. Yet Nancy
Spit* is'a definite possibility to
win an Olympic gold medal. arj
with Mark also shooting for the
Munich Grtmes. it i logical to
assume she haa set her sights
on that goal. too.
Kducation Commissioner Marland
I poaU of hia
-how ing a ne t Inti
m m the field
that will ic : .
children of out new world wherein i eh
enable boyi and
nlm
More Im iys of ti
irnit i : .
nancing fot otn nation
. ssential And \ xtensivi
pi wi Mi eat iryat to apart* th
Israel Newiletlcr
By CARl AlPERT
The CJiief Rabbinate
yill Ql KMION \-. TO vli
Ra bb if I srai i 11
the very res m s inch face 1
it us a prob
' Ihe
Stat i
lives of pi
J. a In the i
at legislative an
oir.[
ruasl nut}
Chief Rabbin it( ,
and acting almost
aotut a
The Chief Rabbinate and Its Co I
supreme authorities for Jews In Is I
rel.it ii I it ce bun
appointment : rabbis The Council and thi ribn
courts which it supervises ma) .h- .a{
marr) m I who can not. who may t>
shi|i tuto y, and who not It :x]
lion "f a ho is a Jew.
The Chief Ribhinatc
the Tins. nd extended
: they aasumed the mandate over
The incumbents are therefore Qovernn ent
provided) under the law The (>nef I il
i irdi. ministering to the Jewish p I
Palestine which was predomlnantl) &
the Ashkenazl community grew. h. 1 discrimination against th-
bbi too.
The Rabbis were chosen by a I]
the British, with amendment* mad. ISM
Chief Rabbis Were t l be chosen b)
EC Of 70 members. Of those 4-' are '-
Chosen by asj S-mernbr committe" I UP "-
by the Supreme Rabbinical Council an! Masai
if ReUgkMM Affairs The remainir tajnaa
lected by municipal or religious bod es In vi-sa
;..rts .f the country The Chief RaW '
el.-cted for s five-year term Retirement ixr :'
Dayan, or judje of the Rabbinical Coin :
Obv iously new procedures are nee led w *
pbiy the elections, but in the meant v taf trraB
of office of the Chief Rabbis have run out T*
Kaaaaat is nowhere near passing the oeceutt
leiisiation. and *> at the end of Mire:;
four-month extension of the terms of iwh (**
Rabbis was voted.
No one K under any Illusions When the f0
sion expires at the end of July new legaiM"*
still not be ready. There wlU eltlvr b,- M**
provisional extension or the whole Igss*
of th.- Chief Rabbinate will ooUapae.
In the meantime, the various el B***
strugghng to Iranw legislation which juld p"*
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(May 21. 1871
Page Ai-P.
I have never been persecuted.
Ihave never lived in a ghetto.
I have never felt like Israel was my home.
But I am Jewish.
"I am Jewish. But noone has ever persecuted me or
my family. No-one has ever forced us to live in poverty,
cramped in with other Jews. Or forced us to leave
one ghetto for another one.
UI am Jewish but I've never felt
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saboteurs have destroyed, but I can understand the pain
of the people whose children have been murdered.
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that 1 in my own way share.
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build schools, rehabilitate the sick and handicapped.
1 look forward to the day when they will have
peace and freedom instead of the fear that they
will be terrorized by bordering enemies.
"Because I am Jewish,, I feel at one with the people
of Israel and with Jews everywhere who suffer. This is
our heritage, this is our common bond. And as a Jew,
I must not let my brother s call for help go unanswered."
I want to help.
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eJewisli Floridiairi
Leningrad Trial Moves
Into Judges' Chambers
v.i. Florida Fiiday, May 21, 1971
Section B
American Conference On Soviet
Jewry Intensifies Its Activities
\\ ih the Jew:i community
i rid Brownrt counties
ttirough "Sabbath of
rn" last weekend in more
+11 iyna ifliwt and tern-
South Florida Division
Vi ->an Conference on
.. iy this week nil' nsi-
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Mayer Abramowitz and
COfl mem-
v moved tin .] b.i i '.-
to the new building
[ Greater Miami Jewiah
f ition which i- ooordlnat-
American Conference's
. through me Community
Oonmitt'
ton SUberman, Miami hus-
. -.smart who heads Fedora-
CRC, laid the Sabbath of
-. proclaimed by the
| -...-,: Association of Great*
"evoked the moat
I and unified stand tak-
\ iur rabbinate since the
ntful days of the Six-Day
Kb imowitz again call-
I Jewlffa organizations
n'a and women's, Zionist
i i n-ZloniSt to step up
i a-. group and individual
urging the Soviet
| n to end the ihow trials in
i U5.S.R and t" free all of
- political Jewiah prisoners
Information released concern-
g the trial of nine Jews in
d which began last
k shows all have boon un-
.nee June 15. 1970
' the Jews, HUM B it-
18 m in led one child I and
49 in
* have been eh irged with
with Ar-
il the S. i\ |i (':- initial
II with It the
penalty
itl er aevi r are i barged
tnti-Soviet activities in ac-
with Article 70 of the
S< it t Criminal Code and are
liable to severe psnaltlee,
The si ven are: Vladimir Mo-
st 131, married, one child",
I nskj (41, married,
two children), Lev Yagman i4i,
two children i, Shlnmo
Dresner (39, married, one child>,
Vikt Bogus] ivsky (31, bach-
elor, Vikl .r Shi I 124, bach-
elorl, Mikhael Kornblit A
bacbel >r i.
Ali the accused were brought
to tr:.ii because Of their out-
ipoken wish to leave the Soviet
Union for Israel. The evidence
brought against them are the
Hebrew- language study oookv.
Israeli records, Russian-Hebrew
dictionaries, and correspondence
with relatives in Israel which had
been confiscated from their
homes in the course of house
searches.
The accused rejected the fab-
ricated charges brought against
them.
Their behavior in court was
unflinching and dignified.
HiOel But man demanded that
two .lews currently awaiting
trial in a Kishinev Jail, I1 vM
rhernoglaz and Arkady Voki-
shin. be brought to Leningrad
and all iwed to t< itify on his be-
half The request was refused
Lev Yagman defiantly told thi
court how in iail ho had boon
requesting reading material on
Israel, particularly the book of
the late Zionist leader, Zev
Jabotlnsky.
I.assai Kaminsky d. dared that
in jail he was being discrimi-
l ,,ii i was r*rt .iI-
the food par-
normally allowed to ;
Four of the witnesses brought
to testify on behalf of the prose-
cution refused to do so in the
witness it ind One man called
TeroUnetz, told the court that
his original statement to the po-
llCl Implicating the accused had
been extracted from him by
threats
Another prosecution witness,
ted that he would
not testify because the police
wanted him to relay fabri-
cated evidence, warning him
that if he refused he would not
lllowed to leave for Israel.
The two prosecution witnesses,
Shlhnovitz and Goldfcld. like-
wise refused to cooperate, ex-
plaining that they, too, had been
threatened by the police and
that they and their families
were being harassed by the au-
thorities.
Two witnesses called by the
defense, Makler and Fridman.
were not given access to the
Court and were unable to testify.
Israeli Black Panthers
Battle Jerusalem Police
By Special Report
RUSALEM In Israel's
t ethnic disturlwnce since
Haifa Incidents of 1958.
ioo Israeli Black Panthers
mIts tin- police force In
capital W( dm sday.
SO wh.ti the
who had been autho-
i publw tq I
in qual-
' i ItJ fl Via:
itreeti Al out half of
the 20 (lei-sons who were Injured
in the melee were policemen.
Weapons included rocks, water
hoses an( i>olice chihs.
Although the government of
Im a.: bai maintained tpi cial
rams of education anil vo-
cational training for new Jewish
citizens from Oriental countriei
\ ast dlffl
u tween emigi ants
n, ,- and the*
|ynagogne8 Adapt I JA 100 Pel. Plan
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Sh' vuj I 'l li
i aptivit) and Pikuach N
rvatl
... ,.i the i'" Plan' Is to
Jew who li i
. mbi r of his add
ity for the conl
ni ce of the Jewish people."
The 100': Plan." initial'
the i- 't the > ar. is bai
;. finite impact on 1971
i i luse of lb
urging its
tion in s;
'.'.al KEE (J
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ted J< w isii Appeal
pie
i,i Rabbi
1 a' lnl erg; i nairman of the
f aW Inical Ad\ isorj Cot i
Itlated and its
> i (i by
ii in the belief that it is
for m
1 Ipah In th, spun ai
lie witll-
a commitment to-
' i s t. llaw .!. in need,
1 ant
il giving is a funda-
Jal precept in our rt ligloue
atmued "Further-
| to the l JA is the
Itive fulfillment of the mitzvot
and M itrong
upporters of the UJA, we fa :
that this is a matter which will
tnd gn ai effort but will reap
great rewards," Kabbi Wcinberg
declared.
MOSCOW The I^-ningrad
rial of nine Jews mind
tht judges' chambers this week
after prosecution and defense
summations. Although the exact
charges against them have not
been disclosed, it is believed thi y
were oharged with conspiracy
to hijack a Soviet airliner.
Sources in Moscow have em-
li.itically denied a claim made
by the Soviet news agency, Tass,
that Jewish defendants in the
latest Leningrad trial have
I 1. aded guilty and tried to in-
criminate each other.
On tno contrary, their spirits
remain unbroken despite pro-
longed interrogation by the KGB
(si ere! polk e) prior to the trial
and tike behavior of the woman
judge, which is ,i. scribed as "ag-
gressive.
According to Tass. the lauyi is
for the defense admitted the
guilt of their clients, claiming
they had been "misled by the
Zionists." Although Tass insists
on referring to it as an "open
trial." no foreign newsmen or
observers have been permitted
to attend.
Sources in Moscow said the
I.cningrad trial has followed the
pattern of similar political trials
in the I'SSR the defendants
and their attorneys were fre-
quently cut short by the ji.
ia.lv When they i. li n
thi ir right to leave th. S
Union.
Prof. ZancTs Exit
Visa Is Revoked
TEL AVIV (JTA1 The Kit
visa issued to Soviet Jewish
scholar and activist Prof. Mik-
hail /ami last week was rev
!> .'ere he COUld re:,eh hnille V i| 1
it, it has been reported.
I >i. Zand told the n< wspa
Maariv by telej hone that all
he i eci iv< 'i ins \ isa he rushe to
the Dul I lonsulati which '
i- aeii ail.ins in Moscow t ->
el tain hi- tsra ii papi rs
visiti ii thi Austrian li I
insil isa and the I.k- .:
line offici for n sei i ations
was route home when he
heard the authoritii s ui re
ing for him and returned to the
\ isa office.
Dr. Zand. who said he had
all his possessions in anticipa-
tion of his departure for Isra
was told rhat his exit permit was
revoked because of complairts
he had engaged in undesira^:-
activities and had contacts with
foreigners as well as many vis-
itors in his flat, and that the
reports would be investigate
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Dedication Service Friday
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has been reported. Officers will be !
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Tuesday.
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Rabbi Mayer Abranvwitz be-'
Cj.t< th* t'.rst rabh: in the South
hi awarded jn Honorary Fel-
lowship by Tel Aviv (JnWei -
Saturday night at
I 30th anni-
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Dr Georg S W -
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nationwide the largest di
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Dr Wise said.
Rabbi Abramowitz also re-
ceived news dur '......r th.it
rat n
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Friday evening, it 8:15 p m.
B'nai Raphael K. Uffioua School
ii: hold us annual eraduation x-
- The members of the
claaa will participate in the
service Rabbi Charles M Rubel.
spiritual leader of the Congrega-
tion will deliver the Ch ITge to the
("jntor Jack U-rner
will ing the musical portions (JT
the liturgy.
Y UowintJ are the m"*"hers of
the graduating class of 1971:
H a i 1 Kri>-dman. Ronald !
... tika H u ild Kanaol,
in, Jack Ki
Levy, Bruee
nberg. P!
Pohl. G .. >*
Scherr. Caryl ;; 0*
Ruth Wagner.
and Lewia \\
N ithan Greene :- the i
of the m and
rector of Coi
Raphael.
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R data* ami Mrs. Mayer Ar:rrr.Dw-.t: secrted'
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president oi Tel Aviv U"-:v j-.e rabb. s investiture as an Honorary Fat-
al Israels seer hition of
-er barning. The rabbi also learned of
a Doctor oi Divinity degree approved by
the Jewish Theologiccl Seminary ot America
at the dinner in the Fontainebleau Hotel
marking hat 20th anniversary as spiritual
leader of Temple Menor -
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Mt. Sinai Auxiliary Officers Installed
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f/ic U/oman s lAJorlJ Director of Schools
Author Elie Wiesel To Be Featured 1st In
Beth Sholcm s 4th Annual Culture Series
May 21. 1971
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Llei-hood's Slate Being Installed
\n,\ illation of officers for Tern-
ip| SislorhovKl will bo held
j noon at the temple
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with a luncheon and program meet-
lug. Artshel Racltoff, consumer buy-
ing expert, will be guest speaker.
Mix How ird Novell will be in-
stall. <1 ai president, with Mm A
11 Kanner -. rviruj as installation
officer-
Other new officer* include Mn
Maun.', s- rotta, Mrs William I.
Brenner Mrs Barbara Rado and
Mrs. Anshel Rackoff, vice presi-
dents; Mrs and
Ira. i!a::\ | laoti tre surera; Mrs.
Samuel i. Mr- K<
Trclsti i rn spondii secretar-
ies; Mrs Viet r Faint recording
ecretarj I Mrs Di. d Pn u
and Mn Juli Balaban I
s. crel iries A b1 ird o( directors
will a
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MRS. HOWAKO rVOVfll
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Jack Wolfstein, who was
i t i serve an unprecedenti.!
as president of the
- Council of the ]
i 'ouncil of South Flor-
talled this week .1
i >n's inatallation
the i '.i.ii. a. Hotel
;h. oath of office
.lrs. i'...;. s.ii.i. membership
M s. Morris Ko-
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p.m. Thi.:-..-. May 27 Speaker
m .11 u a representat It fi im the
t 1 ln< -' th<
:- for 1971-72 will
ilso '' n id
Maxwell Wa i preskh nt of Beth
David Congregation, and Leonard
Greenbaum. chairman of the
School Hoard, have announced Mis.
ttlayne Coheirs selection as mrrs*
ery-school-kindergarten director, a
post in which she succeeds Mrs.
Trudy Golden.
Amonc Mrs. Cohen's many
qualifications is the diversified ex-;
perience she has acquired in many |
. its of teaching young children;
of all aces She is a memher of
Jewish Congregational Pro-School:
Teachers of South Florida.
As a member of th-1 Flagler-
Granada Jewish Center. Mrs. Co-
il.n served on the Board of Reli-
gious Education and as the F.xoc-i
utive Board's secretary, and for a :
number of years taught in Flag-
It :-< Iran ..! |'s [>.' ftool-klndi .'-
n and Sundaj school.
Hei I a.-k I'l.vr i also Includes
ice i- assistant camp director
.t Flaglei Gr in ida H. th Sh
and Tempi* Zl n. She to i
ul sup > the pre ;
upe in the
YM-YWHA Summer Day Camp
im, and has been a valued
th Beth Ha\ Id Pre-
Sch i : foi thret y< irs
Judge Guest Speaker
Tin Hon. Rhea Grossman, first
womai to -it .!- a Circuit Judge
in S nth Florida, will l' the guest
spt aki r at Monday's B p.m meet
Ing ol Harmony Lodge, B'nai
B'rith, in the Washington Federal
Auditorium, 699 NE 167th St .
North Miami H-> h
T Temple Beth Sholom four-
th annu'.l tulture and fine arts
series will open the 1971-72 sea-
son on Monday evening, Nov. 29,
with Klie Wiesel, author and win-
ner of the Prix Medicis for his
book "A Beggar in Jerusalem," his
most recent novel.
Mr. Wiesel has also received the
19t>6 Jewish Heritage award for]
excellence in literature and the''
Prix Rivarol In Paris in 19fi3. the
National Jewish Book Council!
award in 1964, and the Remem-
brance award of the World Feder-
ation of Bergen-Belsen Association
Bonks by Mr. Wiesel include:
"Night." "Dawn," "The Accident."
The Town Beyond the Wall."
The Cifs of the Forest......Hie
Jews of Silence," and "Legends of'
our Time."
The first concert of the three
scheduled will In on ThU
Feb 10. 1972. with Robert Mer-
rill, world-famous baritone of the
Metropolitan Opera Company, who
recently ci lebi ted nil 25th an-
niversary with that company.
The second conceii will present
David Bar Ulan, [srai li
S ind ly, M irch 19, 1972. Sine, h -
debut with the New Vork
Philharmonic. David Bar-IIIan has
ix>en winning an international rep-
ul it! >n f r "the dashing bi il
of tiis playing" fWasI
P .-i .
During the 1971 seas in,
Ulan will play a recital In
York City, m Carnegie Hall th
the American Symphony Oi
tra. and re-introduce the .
Concerto in F. by Mont/ "
kowski, a concerto which h is not
been performed in America
recent memory. Bar-Illan Is i
third generation Israeli.
The third and final concert Tl
the series will present Israeli
linist. It/hak Perlman. win' if
the coveted Leventritt awar n
Thura lay, April 27th.
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Litters are the owners of the Marco Polo.
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;th Moshe Chooses Congregation And
jsterhood Presidents For Coming Year
. w hath mi .. din Mrs. Etta
Beth [-hay. r ,...,,
ii 1971-72. Ac- ia Rtcfaman, (,
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CHARLf$ WtlSSMAN
v ince its in-
IH 20 >oars aeo. Mr
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iMent.
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Ph.] V- I, treasurer: >
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Frieda Bl ink Dr
H rh.it K.
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mas. DAVID STARK
Mra Stark ileng with the other |
officers will be Installed bj Rabbi
Joseph A Gorfinkel, spiritual lead-
er of the Congregation at an In-
stallation banquet and dinner-dance
t.. be held at I Edi n Roi Hotel
>:i St: la)
It. Col. Aaron Shapiro
Receives Certificate
Ll C \ .
Mrs !: ( Shapiro 94
Mian pleted
h 10 month
univenul) lew i
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officers at the
U S Air FOso
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lage" ,t Max-
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an '. i. tinnet to
n AFB.
Hawaii, where
he Is onioned
t.) tin- 9th An-
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and Control Squadron.
Col Shapiro, who received his
I'.s iii uree from thr University of
i unit m 1938, received his
I. mraission in 1942 through the
aviation cadet program anil holds
tutical rating ol com-
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th Kni. Wat is will as World
War n
Gavel Changes
To New Hands
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idor Naid-
Iph Rubin,
HMO; Ti l> M u ler, d in t; Mono
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iucsU: P, il Karpf, -
Anne Sherman, bulletin; and Fred
Lunzcr, book re\ iew
Mere than 4C0 Temple Ner Tamid congregants turned out
recently to pay tribute to the outgoing prssldent of the Con-
gregation. Herman L. Shaw, who was ill ct the time and
could not be present to receive the acco'cdc:; and award
in person. Accepting the plaque for Mr. Shaw is his friend
Emanuel Glatt: Murray A. Shaw, (left, outgoing Chairman
of the BoaTd. made the presentation as the spiritual leader
of the temple. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz, and Isidor Deemar,
vice president of the Congregation watched with approval.
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in h> I w 'ill' for two nights.
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it Preedman h id in act of hia own. "Melodies
Bert Freedman." He had gorgeoua woke,
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I-'.ishions at Westview" was Ruth Donner. Topi
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tS, all so one the "Westview Hilly Billies." including
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think of any picture that I wouldn't want
my wall but Einstein. He Isn't even pretty But
then I'm not a brain and 1 don*t want to l^(,k
at pictures of brains!
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Jack Silvvnnan
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Lewis Miller Voivs Are Exclianged At Doral on Saturday
larejT Anne Miller and Brian
> ard Lewis < xchanged vow
Saturday, May 1. in a ceremony
Lewis of Beverly Hills. Calif., and
the late Sidney Charles Lewis,
studied at St owe School in Buck-
ingham. England where he achiev-
ed a chartered accountants degree.
Many chose a white silk or-
ganza empire styled gown, bor-
dered and appliqued with gros
point de VenLs lace. Her long
train was covered by a Cathedral
length illusion veil.
The bride's attendants wore
white organza gowns accent.! DJ
, istel ribboM and sleeves embroid-
ered in the same pastel iprtng
flowers which were repeated in
the bouquets.
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Her cousin. Miss Randi Rosen-
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and her two sisters-in-law. Mrs
Ronald Miller and Mrs Gary'
Miller, and Miss Knid Worth WCR
bridal attendants.
Eliot Lewis, the groom's tw n
brother, served ns hi. h.-~t man:
his brother. Michael, and the
brides thnv brothers, Michael,
Ronald and Gary, were grooms-
men.
A reception and dinner follow) I
the ceremoi >
Mr >nii Mrs Lewis hone]
mooned in Mexico and are now
residing In Beverlj Hilla Calif.
Mrs. GUdwin Elected
Mrs. Rhea (.ashman Gladwin of
Surfsidi' was unanimously elected
chairman of the Truateea and
Fnends Divisor. ot the Florida Li-
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recently Mrs dadnrm, a Trustee
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Florida Library' Association is the
development of better libraries for
a hotter Honda.
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The bride rro no-* atte
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bride i-s the daughter of i
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Is, Ohi p State I'ni-
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Friday. May 21. 1971
+Je*Mnor**9*7
Page 9-B
HIS. STFVfH SHUUMAN
Marsha Coulton,
Steven Shiillman
Married May 9
Mir-ha 80S. diuj?hter of Mr
'-v Isadora J. Coulton. 1424
BW 17th Ter.. united in marring*'
t Steven Jay. the son of Mrs. Ber-
Sl uilman of 8335 S\V 72nd
\ -id the late Harry Shullman
in a 7 pi". (loublc-rinK ceremony.
Sunday, May 9. at the Algiers Ho-
tel Rabbi Norman Shapiro offici-
ated St the rites.
'I h' ride who graduated, with
from Mrimi Senior High
'.' ami-Dad* Junior College,
. a BOMm of candK'lighi with
I bodice, trimmed with lace
rla tor he* wedding. The
honor WM Jane Post;
lesi lidi included me groom's
mra Shultanan, Mrs Pm
Sn Mrs llnTH'i Pomeranta
rg Attendants'
a re fashioned of lilac
:th mpir' A-line bodice,
i ffleo Weddil mil neck and
p ;,-i-\.- The) carried bou-
q .-.. i 1 lilac flowers.
Wedding Bells For
Robin Corenhlum
And Nathan Lew
Wedding vows were exchanged
"\ Robin Sue Corenhlum and Na-
than I-<'\v in n 8 p.m. ceremony
Icond i i by Rabbi Her! erl Baunv
rd at Temple Beth Am on Sat-
in lay, May 13.
Parents of tte newlywedi are
Mr ind Mr \ 11 Cure- bl ,
12240 Vista Lane ind Mr. ind
Mn i ; a Lev >l N
I
F ir her nuptials, the brl I
\ line gown >>f white
-ilk organza In >he empire style.
The bodice, sheer bishop sl<
and wedding hand neckline, ivi rt
ill banded with rosettes of chan-
tillv Lice, and her Juliette cap
| held a bouffant elbow length veil
of silk illusion.
Attendant-, gowned in Victor-
j Ian chiffon with ruffled necklines,
included Jody Ann Corenhlum.
maid of honor. Mrs. Dene Lew
matron of tionor. and brMesmal i-
Marlene Lew, Sharon Polsky. Ce-
leste Bare*, Martha Kaplan and
Sue Rrvslow.
Serving as best man to the
bridegroom was David Stiebel:
ushers were Morris Lew. Elliott
Lew, Elliott Shushan. Wayne Sil-
ver. Dennis Silver and Jeff Coren-
hlum Rinsr bearer was Donny j
Denaburg.
Th.- nesv Mrs Lew is a grad-
uate of Palmetto Senior High
School and Memphis State Uni-
versity. She was active in Hillel ;
and served as advisor to B'nai]
B nth dirls. Her husband, who
has Just returned from Viet N im
is a graduate of Southeast Louisi-
ana University.
On their return from a honey-
moon in Jamaica, the couple will
iv In New Orleans
MRS. NATHAN IEW
Joanne Witty And
Eric Balber Plan
A Fall Wedding
Mr. and Mrs In-, in D. Witty of
Roslyn. N.Y., announce the en-
gagement of their daughter. Jo-
anne, to Eric David Balber. son
of Mrs. Myra Balber and the late
Dr. George Balber of Miami.
Mr. Witty is a manufacturer of
ladies' apparel. Dr. Balber prac-
ticed dentistry in the Miami area
and was for many yean chairman
and research director of the South
Florida Cleft Palate Clinic.
Miss Witty, who Is currently a
student at Barnard College of
Columbia University, will be re-
ceiving her Bachelor of Arts de-
gree in June Mr. Balber received
>i -. Bachel of Arts degree "Wit'.i
Distinction'' from the George
Washington Universitj ind Is cur-
rently a second-year student at
th.' Columbia University School of
Law
The wedding will take place
s--t.t l in New York City.
Mrs. Herman Is
Miami lladassah
President Again
The Miami Chaptei ol H id tssah
has elected Mrs. Morris M. Her-
man, wta > has been ad l\ e in the
' in for the past 10 J
to a second term as pr .-i lunt.
Serving with Mrs !! I
1971 -72 M -
dan es Willi im S Pai ki Bei nar I
St mley
Bull In A thui Bu!
rice Simn | lents;
M I surer; Jules
nan, Sidni i Stiglil
Koei net nd F Meyers
tarii ind Samuel
parliamentai Ian.
Tlte Miami Chapter of Hadas-
sah includes 1!> affiliated grouos
with a membershln of some 4.n0 >.
MRS. MORRIS HERMAN
Th-' groom graduated from Mi-
Park Senior High. Mi-
Juntor College and the
i raven !. o( Mi iT.i. While study-|
< the University of Miami, he
\> active member of Delta
PI business fraternity m
> ,. held th,- officer of trees-
i .. senior vie-1 president. He
I vi "is Bachelor of Business
trat mi degree with a ma-
j ccounting and li currently
n-ork foe. ird his cpa certlfl-
c vhila employed by a local!
CPA rm !! selected his brother-
t iw 'Daeoriore ZangwiU, as beat
i in: ushers Included the bride's
-, Edward Coulton. Mark
i Bruce Smith. David Win-
t ad Robert Maize!.
Amortg the guests were the
b i grandmorher. Mrs. Eva
.rx\ grandCatker, Abraham
Cohen, and the groom's grand-
I' nts, Mr. and Mrs. G. H
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Jen 1st fUrHfar
Friday, May 21,
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SOCIAL BRIEFS
bv Isabel Grove


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, Lincoln "TTT" N.it
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sity
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The couple moved to [srw I won
i mi rriagc 10 yean
n d hive Mint- children, No.iii.
nil Gidion.
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'hi.-i Toetth Daj School is n m
".. "- i! of appro-. Bl
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1 f the 1,00 im-mber Hah-
lical i iiincll of Amei i hich
t | e iiivsmion an
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n. .ht ir Louis I
Its, m ha w .- .i .nc hi
i birth lay hi al fair was
i ~tifl by Plaits' d
iw, Mr m I M Sam N m I
the V W Mat 'or-'
kept at i livi p k i h ith the j
linnn nt Israeli I
Mr, P .'.; used I
i tion and n
: Food Fail Stores and
bi ehouw i' ast venture,
hicfa '.:.- trib > tr
- t.,liii:. n the groat Dlplo
! lot' 'i 1! ']-. .'.
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it the ur
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afl the it., i
he oo ision w is n I
: py for hei w ih th<
naii for the weekend, ol ii i
Km le Kai; in ol Nov. York
Temple Zion USY To Present
The TttnpJa Zion L'SY will pre-]
ni se'.i ctiona I on]
Root '
' S iti.i i> it ".
Furttv rfon
St ':-!'....
n J id} K.i: '.
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Fore S "
s n i/. .ii of Mr.
Mrs 11 iniel S W>n
81 NE 15" No ':
I .
at M Cos \\\:
rw en-
:n. nt sped assigne I
to a unit i I t h Str itesric A
Command, America's nuclear de-
terrent force of Ions range bomb-i
m and Intercontinental ballistic
.;. -. He pravtottaj) served .it
Andersen AFP. Guam.
The sergeant, a 1968 graduate
of North Miami Senior I.
School, attended Miami-Dade Jun-|
... | ," _.,.
More than 150 of Dade County's attorneys,
cccountants and insurance men attended
the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's re-
cent First Annual Tax Institute and Seminar
session, which featured a speech by Shel-
don Cohen, former Commissioner of the In-
ternal Revenue Service. From left to right
(seated) are Arthur S. Rosichan. executive
vice president, Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration and Foundation of Jewish Philcra
thropies secretary; Milton Weiss, president
Greater Miami Jewish Federation, and Mr
Cohen, (standing) Harry B. Smith. Founda-
tion chairman; Morton Marcus. Foundation
Tax Committee cochairman: Henry Forer.
technical session speaker; Norman L-poff
Foundation Tax Committee cochairmnn. ar.d
Byron Sparber. technical session speake-
Miami Happenings
I nlted State* Senator Birch
Biyh Indiana will i- IIv
th
installation luncheon of the
D
Women Club to i* held Mon-
ti i> n ". at the 3 i ki j Club,
- Bayh will be d b)
Miami >l-\i>r David T. Kenatedy.
ft Club
and ih. Players T il the
Musi urn ol SeJeoce will have .i
benefit performance ol "The
Qm :. Fri i ly it s 10
p -ii. according to chairman i>r.
>inm Mean The pli b d
on th.' life ol Mary Queen of
Scots '.Mil be under the direc-
tion .! Kieh.ml QattljBb and l>an
liurkxtorth. Following the per-
formance there will tie a cham-
p nr reception,
-.-
Bayaa Voaagermaa, M
artist attended a throe-day con-
. of
Florid Ai tlsl -
R .ii.. will
S ib
l>r. I.' C M v
ft ft
stal nd
: the Leuke-
cty's Med \
prvsid -it of
the Florida D e re-
i< M roe I'M ip-
ter oi -;i i ... ..,, iM,.
ted to serve aa the society's
VV
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Med I Asm lioi N-
Volunttti > Hi ilth A.
lluniir.iiiU- Michael Hassai,
Ministi i of s...... v\
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;uesl spe .'-.. it th
linnei the 1
0 thodox .' a iflh I' h
of America, U( >.'<' \
Ieph Krsif-k hi- || IKN
Tlie dinner i- to be iv I I S
evening In New York
':
Postmaster B. M. Doadap has
announced that the filI
art pxhlbit of the em;.ins.,- ol
the Miami Post Ofl aill be
hell at the Biscayne Annex Pos-
tal facility located at 2121 N\V
St R em 210 S
1 p.m.
Flagfc r Fedi ral S -a
Loan As* ciation h.....
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of the Jewish commui
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a lei lership orgai
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CANTOR
Seeks High Holiday Position. Cultur-
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POSITION WANTED
Bar-Bat Mitxvah and Hebrew
teacher. Baal Tfilah for High Hloi
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to organize, and administer Tem-
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983-O440, evenings.
MR. MORRIS BROOKS
DJURETTA, MELODYE AND CONRAD ALLAIN
wish to thank all their friends for their
visits and calls during their Shiva Week
Special thanks for all the donations to the many
organizations, the over fifty trees planted in
Israel and cards to honor the late GUSSIE BROOKS
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Friday. May 21. 1971
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Page 11 3
6Show|>laee, Roney Pub
Miami Beach's Newest
lion '.i Hi
m imi ii--i iir-.:,! sci nV is
sh Rone) P rOO-seat show-
;. ,, e tec itcd on Ihc famous Rone)
itcl sil Avenui
I 23rd Si i el ITi i new restau-
one of ';'' n -I .'i tlv
u orkt has heen cal U
ng 'in Moth-
Da)
ii i c nl ol more than
j i ... dining spot
i ku iiis r< luring |
locV I wal ier and
n I ires
i ol imptu- i
i lt| A h
In full
. : k hear I hs w I
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\ ,- iff ol 11
I D ol
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i rtle devotees ol its popu-
lu loaves : ry< wh le
and pvi la the R >n>
y Fu'i has bakery equipment that
60 nvi of bn id p t

Is have been
lo pro\ Hi a gt icio is atmosphere
! r int, res i -i d
I h i re m <: than 10, 100 yar I-
r .'\ impli. in the
anl wri rti .- rs in an i
13.000 | feel
1 "'' nners in a
Ih and sophis
: lainous supplj
si i-
for ids ill :

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ns Fee I n if extra*
hand to pr w de thi same perfi c -* icities c im-
in food and service is its sis-1 I restain ml use.
iranl the Newport Pun complete butchering
Ifi701 Collins Aic All food is -'"' dishwahini! machine
Pe-wterwan to isw v"""'' u ind -\ ishes
lhal h it foods will "' h <">' md ;i
n hot and c i I dish will P holding a ime
i
Ono ol the newest restaurants on the Great-
er Miami scene is the Roney Pub, a 70U-
soat showplace en the former site of the
famous Roney Plaza Hotel, at 23rd Street
and Collins Avenue. Billed as one of the
largest restauiants in the United Stales, th
nevv shov.'plncc eatery is the sister to
Newpoit Pub at 167th Street and Co'.
Avenue.
18 toi foods!
Parkway Hospital Auxiliary Awards Six Scholarships
/ion Confirmands Present Cantata
..... "
tv.i 'in : ttu lents 'ii Frl*
. -nil !'.< n
At the personal invitation of
Rabbi Abraham R. Fesdin. as-
sociate director of the Rabbini-
cal Council of America. Rabbi
Abraham Ben-Hillel of Miami
Beach presented the Dvor Torah
en the Dal Yomi on Friday
morning, during the Council's
'cent 35th annual convention
::e Sea Gull Hotel.
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I is In .i cantata
A \ for All Seasons," w
;, Rabbi Sidney Greei
: Rarid
I g, Rhonda Wei*
Rol .. '...'
traub, Carne I i; I
Adrk nne Matlin, H ian Matlin
M ; k. Roberi
11 ipim I.) nti M
K i' Izabeth
The e'a Sisti rh md has
b |
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Brotherhood Breakfast
Slated For Sunday A.M.
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Six high school seniors seeking I
in the ii. Id of health care
I.,-. imiI scholarshi|>s from Park*
wa) General Hospital's Auxiliary
.hum'; its fourth annual iv
and installation luncheon in the
I di n Roc Hotel.
s. holai Niiiii^ re pii w nt< >l lo
Al ilin 1 '! USS, ^ I in r-n No:
i ng I .' ;in I'p'-M' >1 student;
Marten< J
- Pn -Mi l studi tit;
I mrs Kirsl N Mian
I as N ii sing si i
; .i Carol Cit.', entei ing
Seh..... i: .i

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and SI 'i It
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the Aid Inel
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II -. n Ing i second i i pi -.
i Mrs. Sid Mis.
i- I \pp|i '\ Mil lam Si
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i Bra II i vice i n sidi i
Andrew i: -. I real
Mrs, Michael Freeman, recordinj,
secretar); Mis. Sam Solomon, cor-
i sponding ci i-tary; Mrs. Jean
Stone, financ .1 cr< lai and
Mrs. Si i.ii i,i
Guest srx Si.rth Mi-
in i P" i h Mainr Da\i i Lapham
anil I > :i!' i 'i r,:> da) or Si B
i' ("lark; sei \ ice pins w et c aw a i-
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Op- 8 A M 5 P Won thl
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iry.
AT
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ffiHiKRICK FREKHMAN
F Tick Paul, rh.....n f Mr
and Mrs Sherman Fiteduian, will
become Bar Mltzvah it
|i( norah Saturday morning. May
23
nth grade stu-
dent at Nautilus Junior H
Sch >ol w'lorv he is president of th-'
Science I I a men -t >'. tin
Stud nt Coun A Bo? S ";'
v a
golf tour-
nan r of the
N Shores "lub.
Foil the i
u :i Ki i lush il Ml -
I il hall, and Saturd )
evening, a reception I nner
bon iring the celebr i
i Sky l ike C rttr
town guests will include
Dr an I Mrs Gen !man and
leffrej I Mrs. Sj
M i S
G
TODD WHNKIK
ton L. Weil
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Stat Mrs.
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ted 1

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11 S
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DALI wnss
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u honoi
I
in the Plaza
Hot
t its v
. evening sen-ices. May 21, at
' B'th Ti rah ConRPeRation.
The celebrant is the dauphter of
Mr. and lira. Martin Amstir. and
granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Nathan Gettenberg of Middletown.
NY.. -tio will l> present for the
occasion.
is a student in Beth Torah's
Harold Wolk Religious School,
:.- r Til. fifth grade.
ft ft ft
Ml( HAKI. SAPIR
Micha> I. I of Mr. and Mrs.
Leoi me Bar Mitz-
i Torah Congregation
. aft. moon. May 22.
Michai i who has attended Bi ft
Harold Wolk Religious
: >r HIT veal's, is now in
lass H< will join the
Confirmation Class of 1972,
Michai l '- aill hosl
tht
it remonl
ANN! BLOOM
Aj daughti r of Mr.
In Phi ip
iring Fti !a\
Maj -' at Beth
To ran Congn
enttl grade honor
it at John F. Kennedy Jui
High School set school"!
im Advisor) Committ
Thi > lungesl student ever g'
m B tti 1 "tsh's Relii
'
las of thi
i i J< w itioa Hebrew
High
Mr
g Shal"
- and . n m :

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Higl
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in Paul'i
at tl Hotel.
Out-.

Pa and co Bin,
Dr. Louis Novak

frtdrkk frttdmm* fmmtlm Scfeaffi
Dolt Weiss
Annt Blotm
HARBOR INN
ond Marma
MAY 16 DEC. 15
SUMMER RATES
Nine-story Luxury "esort
Aotel on the Introcoastol
Waterway-overlooking the
ocean.
Rooms Efficiencies
Suites Penthouse Apt.
TV...Sauna... Swimming
Pool Shuffleboard. .
Dining Room Cocktail
Lounge Patio Bar...
Complete Marina
FREE GOLF
125 H. R.ruiC-
Po" pono BOCn
Flo. 33062
Prior. (305)
942-9100
Schweitzer Receives LIM
Award For His Documentary
gt F. Schweitzer, grai
if Mr. and Mr.- HaiT) Krawtt of
:'. >u. : North, ha> WOTI
rh. 1970 Unit! d Press Interna-
tional broadcast award for his
documentary "100: A Year of
Change." The award was present-
ed at the annual I'PI awards din-
ner in Newton, Mass. before
group of outstanding broadcaster-
torn around the country.
The document iry la c mi i
with th-' re-opening of P iston
University for iter and
first 100 days on can:
i nt- thi the ab-
rupt cloaii tool in ad-
lua t ion 1
: i the
100th
- t)
Young S
Mrs Will l,.rin of
and \. v V ...
hmtor at Boston L*i
station manacer
radio station. \VTBl!
ill of the impon
events and Student h .:
caramui during th.,..
He Han sited then ,i t,H
them pressed into th
'urn that b-oughl noi
the university, an W
sold ai part ol
1
Mr Schweitzei ,.

) Ivj Ni twoi -. a
...
Hi
h. CBS taff
HARDER HALL M\
GOLF-TENNIS
CAMP FOR
TEENS (Co-Ed)
On beautiful Rex Beach Lake in the rolling lake-rage
country of Florida s Central Highlands A superior sur-~er
camp program t Florida's First Golf Resort 18- holt
Championship Course Individual coaching in gclf tennil
and water sports by top Pros Pool and lake swimn ng
Water skiing Sailing Driver Ed. Fishing 'Trias
Socials Discotheauo Academic tutoring ava sola,
CAMP SESSION STARTS JULY 1
CAMP DIRECTORS: VICTOR E. JACOBSON A RIFKIN
For Brochure and Particulars write: S. T. Gittard, Dept it
Harder Hall Golf-Tennis Camp
Completely Air Cond. Sebring, Fla. call collect 813-335 0151
RI4 li \ftl> BAER
I
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.
thi foui th |
I
a m mber of t
f 197.-?.
Mi and Mn
in
bono: I tt* occasion.
ft ft
PAMFI.X S< III IT/
V. nt B- th
I ivid Conjtt'
the Bal MMzvah of Pans a Fran-
dta May 21.
Pamela i In the 7th grade at
Waal Miami Jut
aad is in hT third > ,ir at B.th
David P.ehgious School Her out-
side activities include painting and
dramatics.
Th-- celebrant daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. David SchultZ, 1721 SW
82nd PI., and granddaughter of
Mrs C, lia Schult/ of Miami, will
be honored at a luncheon to be
held in the Sorrento Restaurant.
KI.ISA AMSTEK
The Bat MiUvah of Klisa Am-
Ster will be celebrated during Fn-
Pine Crest
DAY CAMP
IS
A Unique
nfflOi S F.neit -W lst ti.
l a C-^p '
Eiperieoce Par toys Girls 4-12
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as, mtw a smw isawjBsi b w *** m-sm<
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flfiln Ctn aj|i rMMtry u.m Irak a Tibpraj aSBSJS. a m-'*9
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SALE! New and Pre Owned Units!
CAMP STORE SUPPLIES
Weekend and Seasonal Rentals
"We Service What We Sell"

1S5M SOUTH DIXIE HWY. 221-lfiM
MMibr. 0r/ County fttcrtof ional V*nic/ Attn.
__________Op- Daly S-i Saaaay 1-8__________
The SURFSIDE DAY CAMP
9301 Collins Avenue
OUTSTANDING CAMP PROGRAM Agas 6-12
Finest Staff Available
Swimming at Our Own Pool
June 14-Aitgust 27
Weakly Registration
For Further Information Call
W-3635
866-3645


Friday. May 21. 1971
+Jewlst rtcrfdBari
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Students Continue Education With Help w<: Branch io:>o
Of Scholarships Sponsored By Localites ^SnSSS
ili, -econd annual youth award
i ind o|M'n house to bo h.1,1
rkway Children's Center for
dependent vounsstrr* Frid.i\ >
n, .sill he eusponsored by
;>.-|.;irtm*nt of yquth service
I Mr and Mis L.-.I Cown of the
> icoatl Towers.
Six boyi and Rirls will be se-
'ted in three divisions, six to
10-12 and 13-17 yean an I
hi.' to receive the sav-
.;i.i- donated hy Mr. and
Cowit
:t itoment will be i fashion
... :th the tatasl .m styles by
Fry Fashions, With M ..
> s AH-Accordian Band
i i Miami."
con-
after the ah rw,
'. fn shments .11 by
\V:ii; ims, lupen laoi
P irkway.
than Johnson is acting di*
. f the Depart nenl of Youth
- and Carl Smith ii super-
I i Parkway.
boys tad girls awn rectp-
'i I irships at the Betty
V ird Youth Roundup it the
': bom Res lew, May 8 at
Si Raw 0< LtBM Auditorium.
the 11.000 Arch
Foundation Award w is
. C Murray ithlete ion ol
n A Mrs. D.m Murr ly
i recipient of $1,000 was
Roberts wh ed i
rahlp for iraduate work at
: : ersity. Hi work
i Coll < and
: i Atl ii?:.- i' illege uh. re
i! i L-i \ i r Grant was
. Mrs Ann Ho rver in mem-
mother.
i. Senior it Chris-
l imbus High, receive i
it ihtp to Dade Junior S
Th" award was given
Mrs Janet Cowan of M
: v if her p irenU
Applied Art Classes Offered
.- ::i con anil fine
iw insj design, painting, pho
photograph) I i in I
will be ed for a
k summer hi it The
Institute of Mi imi, 7808 NE
Ate Classei will begin June
Mr. and Mr*. Louis Rosenhnsh.
She was recently nominated "1970 i
Woman of the Year.'' Dennis is (
an outstanding student and a
musician,
The original Youth Roundup
Scholarship, given for the 12th
year, la the Terry Memorial
Scholarship in honor of Betty
Wi: teacher The recipienl for th- sec-
ond year is Cheryl WUkerson of
Dadi Junior North College.
B ith Jessie and Cheryl arc
majoring in library administra-
tion u l ire both working part-
time al ii N >rth Mi imi L
Pioneer Women Chapters
Plan Meeting, Luncheon
it-" i Meteon Chapter, Pioneer
Women, will honor ''
liauff, M the Year," a I a
"ii lunche in I ,;> Al-
gie h it !: i \v. I-'.. :
ill include
i I k by II irriel Green, <
" i lent, m.l i musical pro i -
\ v i-' mnie I libson is
hi': lit.
ir
GoMa Melt Chapter will hi..
ts i. conducted bj
K herini L ppman, pres I
sday noon In the W ish ng-
ton Federal, 1234 Washington Ave.
M it K nm in sen ing is host -
ess fot the iftern -m which will !*
highlighted by a film on Israel.
SUNDAY SCHOOL
TEACHERS NEEDED
Starting fall term. Salary basis. Coll
or interview. Day 731-2310 iea-
mg 7311277 Temple Emanu-fl.
Forl Lauderdale.
WANTED
BAL SHACHRIS and
BAL MUSAF
fo' Hifh Holidays. Write 0. C. Bex
2973, Miami, Flo. 33101.
BAAl SHACHIITH, BAAL TORAH
AND BAAL MUSAF WANTED BY
NORTH MIAMI BEACH APARTMENT
COMPLEX FOR CONSERVATIVE HIGH
HOLIDAY SERVICES.
PHONE 944-4003 AFTER 6 P.M.
AVAILABLE FOR
H;&H HOLIDAY and or YEAR ROUND
CANTORIAL POSITION
current replacement work also
considered. Writ* "CANTOR"
General Delivery, Lade Park,
Flerida 33403
CANTOR
Musical, beautiful tenor voice,
"an'ticcnt davener, Bar Mitivoh
t'ocher, seeks aasitien year revnd
" High Holidays. Call morninos til
ioan, eves til midnifkt. JE 2 1034
M 6732135.
The Morris and Sarah Jacobs
Workmen's Circle Branch 1050
will install officers for 1971-72 at
a dinner-show and dance at thr
Algiers Hotel, on Saturday at 7
JMtV. .... '"'*
On the slate are: Evelyn Wern-
er, chairman; Stephen J. Remscn.
vice chairman: A. Harry Schul-
diner. financial secretary; Mary
Zomick, corresponding secretary.
Be Harris, recording secretary;
Toni K Remsen, treasurer; David
i .. hospitaler; Kathei ine Lay-
ton, sunshine secret iry
The ceremony will bi' conducted
bj Max Gleiberman, secretary of
Southern Region of the Work-
rnen's Circle, and direcl ir of the
n's Cit cle School ho Is
5 philanthi op igei
G Miami. Stephen J.
n, i rn : ber ol B an ;h
1050 ind on th the Team-
Ui I ibor Institute In
Mi imi, w ill serve is the masti r
of ceremony.
Reservations may be made at
the Workmen's Circle office. 940
: |n Rd Suite 307.
Junior Choir Featured
At School Dedication
ATTENTION
BUILDERS-INVESTORS
Approximately 235 ft of ocean
frontage on Miami Beach. Zon-
ed BAAA. Rare opportunity.
JACK THOMAS
INC., REALTOR
1325 Biscayne Blvd.
Phone 379-1631
^mjsfcoAC tyfitiati School!
<$3?5 3 5 3 5 E. Fairview (Grove)
448-1247
SUMMER CAMP
Co-ed Non-Sectarian
June 14 August 6
Swimminf m.tf ixl.om (poot orTpfemrso|
o iptw ii 0 arts and crofts held t-
Vi day 9 A.M. 12 Noon
Full day 9 A.M. 3:30 P.M.
Transportation ooiloble in Heel of oir conditioned -09001
Groups limited in number
Staff carefully screened for ce'tlficotion ond unde's'ondmj
jf children.
Accepting registration for Fall '71
Pre-School Nursery Kindergarten
GRADES 1-6
B.H.
0H0LEI TORAH SCHOOL
IS NOW ACCEPTING REGISTRATION FOR THE
1971-72 SCHOOL SEMESTER
NEW PRESCHOOL DEPARTMENT
SPECIAL NURSERY AND KINDERGARTEN CLASSES
GRADE 1-6 FEATURING SMALL CLASSES
INDIVIDUAL ATTENTION
SPECIAL EMPHASES ON ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT
LUNCH WILL BE PROVIDED FOR THE CHILDREN
MENUS PREPARED BY PROFESSIONAL LISCENSED DIETICIAN
SECULAR DEPT. FULLY ACCREDITED BY DADE COUNTY
SCHOOL SYSTEM ALL TEACHERS LISCENSED BY DADE
COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD
DOOR TO DOOR BUS TRANSPORTATION
FOR REGISTRATION AND INFORMATION
CALL 649-2850 or write
OHO LEI TORAH DAY SCHOOL
500 S.W. 17th Avenue, Miami, Florida
Thirty boys and girls of the Beth
David junior choir, under the di-
rection '>f Cantor William W. Lip-
son, uiH be featured during th
dedication of the Jeanne fcucker-
man Bldg. on Sunday at 10 a.m. at
Both David South Dads Campus.
79 0 SW 120th St.
Among dignitaries to participate
will be former County Mayor
Chuck Hall, Miami Commis!
Irwin Christie, Father Louis Waas,
and Rabbi AU. n Rutchik.
Mrs Zuckerman i- the 1 if" wife
of Harry Zuckerman ol the Fam-
ous Res! iur ml in Minn I
who for main years was active
on behalf ol the Rducatioi i! and
Cultural progi Beth David
Brtli David, tli>' oldest Jewish
congregation in the count/, will
celebrate Its '-Oth anniversary dur-
ing the following year. It com-
peted this educational facility
'a. > in:- iLse of a large
student body for nursery school
age through high school gradua-
tion.
Racing's Tops At Flagler
Sixteen of greyhound racing's
tanc stars me< t in a p ir
! events in Flagler Ken-
nel Club's $12,500 Marathon Cham-
pionship over the ~ 16-mili route
I..' iding the ad-
vance are White Sh idows' Astro
Brow i 1 i' Hall's >.J. Beth
' nd Thomas
2 WEEKS
, $100
4 WEEKS
$200
It
SPECIAL
CO-ED Ages 6-16
CAMP CHEROKEE
Beautiful Lookout Mountain. (,nirSn
Starting June 20 thru Julv 17
TOP KARATE A JIDO
l.NSTRl (KIRS offering
young bos* 6 to IB
a ramp & rlinir on the
art of self defense.
Other ramp aclivillesf
Swimming, canopina. archerv,
football, softball. basketball,
v.illrx lull, trnnis,
soccer & nf li-r %.
I
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AMP CHEROKEE, IHil N E. iMLh Si, No. Mi.mi Beat*
_______________PhoiieQI.>-2135
D
For Boys & Girla 6-16 lp
A CAMPING PARADISE IN THE HEART M
OF THE POLLEN FREE, COOL HILLS JU
8. LAKES OF OCALA NATIONAL FOREST^J
LAKE COUNTY, FLORIDA "^^P'
All Land and Water Sports Watsnkiing and Riding Daily
Pro Golf and Tennis Arts and Crafts Sailing, Scuba
Trips by Canoe Horseback Riding Special Teen Progress
a Reading and Math Clinics Traditional Friday & Sabbath
Services Bar Mitzvah Lessons All Dietary Laws Obstrvti
New Go Cart Track
M.D. k 2 R.N.'s Staff our Modern Infirmary at ALL Tlntts.
Member American Camping Association
Your Camp Directors:
COACH J. L MONTGOMERY
MORRIS ft SHEILA WALDMAN
Miami Beach Phone: 305-532-3152 orWrltot
___605 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida W1 ^
TQ SIGN UP NOW ___SMT
B.H.
The Celebrated
0H0LEI TORAH
SUMMER DAY CAMP
Is Now Accepting Registration For The
New Summer Season
Children Between 5 to 13 Years Of Age.
2 FOUR mm SESSIONS
A NEW and INTERESTING PROGRAM CONSISTING
June 14 to August 6 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
of Arts and Crafts Swimming
Athletics Games Dramatics Singing
Religious Instruction
Educational and Recreational Trips
WE URGE YOU TO CALL NOW .
LIMITED REGISTRATION 649-2850 Evenings 672-3360
or Write OHOLEI TORAH DAY CAMP
500 S.W. 17th Ave., Miami, Fla. 33135
Door to Door Bus Transportation


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NOTICE UNDER
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Visits To \ A Hospital
On Auxiliary Agenda
Four Austrian Firms Do Brisk Business In Nazi Emblems
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E eter Winston
: her con mitt..... on) the I' >l
Harem Auxiliary Ko 748
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Murray -miWhimmi S4fl Will hlii
hoanl meeting on Tuesday it
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9chool Ancillary president
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Mi..mi Beach Ma: l' igether with
rni'i rs will have a g ima
-, fur patients at the Veterans
1 i i S '!'-.!.i\ pning Re-
fn -in-. ..i. ...:i be served.
Noitl. Soon- 7-: will hold ita
meeting on
Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. at the
Washington Federal on Normandy
;' sod il hour will follow.
!' I thel Goldman will
Abe Horrowita 68Si On Thurs-
I VI iv 27th 111 hold ita
ng presided over
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Point* K.i.i 698: Will hold Its
month is i ... n
at th..' P lint East ('lub Ho is.
** p.m led over bj president
Rose Weissman,
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bt i it'n I rthday and hold a
"Bat Mitzvah" honoring the oc-
on Sunda) at 7:30 p.m. ;it
the Wash i n Fi di ral on Nor-
Isle, i: isc Usansky i~
president
NEW YORK (JTAl Although
Nazi Germany went out of busi-
ness 25 yean ago, foul firms in
Austria are doing a brisk trade
turning out Nazi mbl -ms
bw istikas, death heads and cam-
paign ribbons Unit" d P esa In-
ternational h reported from
Vienna.
One ol the firms. Ca-I Sli
has been prod ing thi-m
19 S when Its hi st c w-
were Kie Nazi legions <.
West German and
p i-<.-.| after the
w ir t irbid the wearing of Nazi
i ".I i mblems, but it is
'"'i iUi manufacture and sell
thi m. the ''";'i n port po nti d out.
M if the production of tin-
Austrian firms is for export. Ac-
cordtng to their spokesman, the
Nazi regalia is purchased by col-
l< ctors m th United States, by
American film companies and by
motor Hell's
Angela^'
But Simon Wiescnthal, head of
the Nazi w i crim documenta-
tion center in Vienna, told the
IT! thai many Nazi < mblems g i
to South America, whore form.
high-ranking Nazis are in hiding.
Part "f the traffic, ho said, rocs 11
the "Black Guard," an illegal oi-
ganiaatian of ex-Nazi offlcaft i !
An nploveo .
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-afewiLslh Floridian
Miami Florida Friday, May 21, 1971
Section C
BWMBII SUCCESSFUL
Small Town Federation Sends
Jewish Youngsters To Israel
By BEN GALLOB
h T>l.-rphic Agency, In,-
one in Des Mo:ne who
have expected Jewish Fed-
ifficials there to complain
ratituda for you," bi % <'.
the results of a Fedcration-
: pxpi rfanent to stimulate
I Jewish Identity among
ungsten of the mall low i
would have been to-
|. ..
ipp m that the
:.'..: i ;ii\. m ii .in
that objective 1t.-'
1 hisrh
student! to
I Jewish living ex-
I i Israel

m was sent to Tel
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lei
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M lit
by Fed itl
R b one of the
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Council of Jew-
ai d We rare F i
k, th
ular Sucre) -
: I rh.- res .in a indi-
-* itements by the stu*
I
I the i vDerfenent and
l In ipments, in
\ .- iter commit-
Israel and Judaism; a
: furtbi r study: a -
- llity to communicate
..... i nd f. lings to
.i desire to do more,
I
Such Rains, he said, had hern'
manifested in the students' "speak-:
Int to <-.nL-resation.il groups, and ;
to Jewish organizations within our
community." and in evidence
they wen nuhntlng then- learn-
- while they a. i
irly in relation t i
>cpi riences prior to
In addition he reported, many:
' ts who ittende
I irned t.i Des M
' they had
ibout "a mean-
1 t theii
whj th>
1 net! for the
candle lighting
itudi nti he adde I
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I
believe
ent will

\\ feu ish
ould Bui th Fed
Mi Rubii I
the red
it.'
I was
listressi d >y thai particular n
ed Jewish con-
ICiOUSIM IS. It d I not show in the
Federation Board1* road m Alter
itins the results, th-'
\ ited unanimouslv to continue the
1971, Mr. R ;
reported.
To emphasize the importance of
the program, the scholarship com-;
ited full eonunissior
In Ihi Federation structure '
In addition, ho disclosed, actior
WSJ l ikm tO correct an initial !
error of not having the partici-
pation of the students" when the
am was started; the students
a given "full |>articipation and
representation on this commis-
sion."
The idea of such an experiment.
he reported stemmed in part from
the reaction of Des Moines dele-
gati at the 38th CJF assembly
ai Boston in 1969 to the Jewish
studenl activists who demanded
Oppoi unity to discuss
with Federation officials their
views on Jewish prl ritles. He
ind his Ceuow-di leg it< s
returned I i Des Moiix -
DMinity :' 900 Jewish fan
ng an obligation to
peopk with
^ riences in it .
' "' Few ish id......
(heir future n
within the community by
then i p
. h pxpei
Ovei I of s<
i pilot pn
inced sdi
v level >ped and nted to
U>ard for
lions that olarsti In the
ram wen
need were met with a lecis
th it the grants would i- m
if the desin i
pati ami on the indh lual'a po-
tential, with each prospective i*r-
t fudged solely on
i ess ol need.
The Federation scholarship com-
mittee recognized that some stu-
dents would, under that formula
from affluent families but it
was f. It that affluence did not
automatically assure that such
families would not be "culturally
impoverished "
Arthur S. Rosichan, (center) executive vice president of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation, who was the guest
speaker at the recent University of Miami faculty reception
on behalf of the 1971 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emerg-
ency Fund campaign, chats with Dr. Earl Wiener of the Urf.-
versity of Miami Engineering faculty, (left) and Rabbi Star,
ley Ringler, Hillel director on the University of Mian:
campus.
Two Miamians Will Be
Ordained At HLC-JIR
HAfOtD 10S$
Two M ; residents will be
5 during commence-
ment i it Cincinnati's He-
brew Union College-Jewish Insti-
tute ol K. Ii {ion, America's Semi-
n trj Refoi : da -m.
Th,> in Mel Hecht. ion of the
late Mr and Mrs David H.cht of
, ind Harold Losa
on of Ml 1 Mi- Martin Loss'
of 5949 SW :
Mr. of the
University of M
I
was
Honor I
i tuil
iti '
W
for ordinal
Mr Hecht I itruc-

the h
i reconi m ,; -
n .'
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at th. H row I /ersitj ii
- ilem on i
from ih, A Ft ends
ii Hi
f,inner Janet M
h n one ion. Adam, and
Karin.
Mr. Loss, who received hus HA
degree with honors from the Uni-
versity of Florida in 1966, was a
member of Tau Epsilon Phi fra-
ternity He was treasurer of the
Hillel Foundation f.-r 1963, and
was a member of the American
Friends Program for the Junior
Year Abroad in Israel, 1964. Whik
at the College-Institute, he served
lent r ibW of eongreg
:n Waterboro, S.C., and C. Liver-
pool, Ohio, and as a camp direct >r
In 1967 Mr l-.-~ ind his wife tin
ir ira Tombi rg, ai
1. r, Jennlfi r
Up
Mr Hecht an I M
Rep. Burke Joins
In Israel Tribute
the Stati .-f i the
u ,tii .' hich w

rd.
r -< : th Jew Ish i
newh
and devi Africa.
\. I Latii Amei
It Ii unfortunate that '
- month must
still devoti mi much m its time and
t Uv lecui t\ ol Iti
my pledgi
on their behalf SO that the State
if Israel will not perish," Rep.
Burke, who serves citizens of
Broward and North Dado Counties,
asserted.
Giant mobile cranes, shown being assembled by work-
ers at Haifa, are increasing the harbor's capacity to
handle the rising tide of export goods in Israel. Israel
Bends, which have provided more than SI.7 billion for
Israel's economic development during the past two
decades, have enabled Israel to expand agricultural
production from S83.000.0OO in 1950 to S545,000.000 last
year, while industrial production rose even more sharply,
from S390.000.000 to S3.050.000.000. During the same
period, total exports multiplied from S70.0OO.OO0 to
SI,315,000,000.
Prime Minister Golda Meir tosses the first trowel of
cement to lay the cornerstone for a new Pioneer
Women day nursery in memory of Henia Sharef, late
wife of Israel's Housing Minister, Ze'ev Sharef. The
nursery, with a capacity of 105 children, will rise
in the new housing development on French Hill, in
Northeast Jerusalem. Pioneer Women, through Moet-
zet Hapoalot in Israel, is the major operating agency
for day

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Author Mike Elkins Tells Why
He Wrote About The Resistance
By JOSEPH POI.AKOFF
t>' Jewish T,-Ii.ia|ihi. Ac.m.a. In.
aft
TTww who rend "Forged ir
Fury" s> Michael EDtins can ludgi
laHty themselvi Til -
if Mike .in-hat h >. him
iyi ib >ut hi< work. Why did
rite this book w hi se
v i i.: r pluni^d :
Si i ol Das ;.i into the nt< i
h '. any-
Why .s he a Jew?
in between meeting other newi
it i y c ptton hol.l f >r hinri
it the N" ittonal Prx -- Club, Mik
the Jew i-'i Teiesraob tgen
orly interview of the eve-
ng Then he mid" ;i speech I
-< in tho maaotltae
tho club's Bo.-ml Room In
.' tint cut into an understand-
g heart, hi said:
Tho hook'* >U1 Je sistance in World War II. Tho
questkai is asked .i>>o'it the six
million .lows why did they n'
k< -;..'!> to slaughter? Th.. ques-
nl First the
question is from tho living to the
!. they didn't go lik<-
aha .
When Christians in Roman
.v- nt to death quietly in God's will
the) went as martvrs And tho\
~.> honored by those of their
When Orthodo'
. weren'1 thev -> honored? No
k this question N >
tkt of " iho halt, Uv
rho cbildi
Bui thi
m-
. At one time thev hold ofl six
-nan di\i- UUes dropped

nd food
.!h' -
m Insi ince in the history of
tho Jew ince was a w
on not .i ii de weapon
fctet&Jaaah*
W-.lf j/ Diif ribvfan *f
and
f roceIisri mm4 ttp+rfrt
f rlM limit U.S. Gf. hiS|Ctd
(OSNfl Mtars on. OtftrtT
IM1 W. 4ft, AVENUI.
MIJUIAM, flOKID*
Pthta* TV 7 26?1
_>ne dropped to the Jewish
itanca, ^^
"In .'.."> ghettos, they restated
.'in i and Kovno were relieved bj
i organii itions, not Rus>
;ian.
"Food was smuggled Into ghet-
tos u the risk of death Tho Qer
nans decreed loath for Jowisl
rhildren Pregnanl Jewish womer
pianc)
md it was rte I Th parents
SUlld )l\".
The \ i ith foi
iu> Hebrew; for getting mar
-.el under the canopy Bui Jewi
did these things In basements
many at the risk of their lives.
"All these acts were acts o'
-. stanc Tho world, even if il
doesn't honor them, at least houl<"
know about it.
MN is fust cc in Hebrew Pec
p!e came >ut of Eastern Europe
They killed Gestapo and SS mot
.,: the) found them. Ther
in rhey expected th
United Nations to do justice But
in 1948-49, the world turned
to th.- l iei m ins i*
... itt turning a\
judgm nt ol
Jews in G I man
slaughter on the highways
Sod
A'ho kil f Jews go"
v bod)
pd in M'' i His 'hick
k hair is only fleek '
with gray Hli hi own
thei he< i *
press the deep feeling in which he
: talks about .' t
"I'm i v in th'
world," he said. "I v

spondenl ii [si iei fo I he lllti'
md Newsweek an that
for CBS Miki w is a film > tei
h went into news rep si
kng He is '. ikinu a .
di pressed thirties
while to
in the Hollywood Ami Na;
; World w ir II broke
ul nd Mike loined the Office ol
Strategic Services, the wai
I Vmencan intelligence organii i-
| tion.
I wasn't very Jewish he said
"But to the extent that I n
w .s proud ol .t and hated N
. 'v is writing IV' pictures no
i Women's Rights Explored
The regular meedag of the B'na'
j ivr.ih Women North Dade Chap-
ter will feature Di I.yr.n Mart lot t
speaking on "The }'.. rj ol Wern-
er's Rights." andCmdr David Bol-
ton whoso topic will be The Le-
gal Ritfits of Women." The meet-
Ing will begin at 8.30 p.m. Tos
at the Washington Federal 6*< NK
167th St.
contesi or vitality I was poUl
ally a p nd I hell*
flcTrrTtfrll wolf
'
While in the OSS
ind ]>:;>. in the United Si il
nd Europe Much of 'he tin* he
. ,-olved .n tho resbtam
. ies This was one f ictor wtl
d to th '
Fur)
At the ; hi i- In San
'r.mcisoo Reluctant to return t
'.l:n work, he became an orga-
ilzer tor hutch, r unions on th.
.\Vs> C st With fsr m i being
torn, ho wont there In IWfl
onied the volunteers, He kn
1.1 Hebrew or Yiddish i"to rm re-
ivi'i in later years he picked
up Hebrew in Israel end now
speaks ii "adequati
After a year in Israel, he ra-
mmed to hLs native land dui
he McCarthy era, I ahvays was I
in mdep- ndent leftist." he
'I didn't inxi the atmosphere pa
ticularly fret So he went hack
to Israel m lvi>0 and began wi
Continued ->n Pag* S-C

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thor o! the best telling the n i best-eeltar list* for
'- >-;> I ^nd, ., year .,..,. ,,. ,
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Dr. Ginotl is Aliunct Professor
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Department o! Psychology, and
Clinical Professor in Adelphl V:.:-
versitj | ;, itdoeloral program in
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The luncheon, which will honor,
Leon D Flshei i \. cutive director
of JFCS. commemorates Mr. Fish-!
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of tervici in the Greater Miami!
area.
Mri Sol Goldstein will continue
president f the W ni n's Com-
miUe. foi 1971-72.
Reservatii ni lor the luncheon
ma> be mad ng thi main
office of J.F.C S
DR. IIAIM <;l.\OTT
Dr. Haim Ginott. will
speaker at the annual
luncheon of the Worn-
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Service Wednesd ij
u Ambassadors.
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IS in author. !-it ai
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Attending the Sisterhood of Congregation
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congregation president, and Mrs. Speiser:
Rabbi and Mrs. Phineas A. Weberman; Mr5.
Yolande Bernstein, Sisterhood preside:-.:,
and Mrs. Sara Weinstein. vice president.
Miracle Lodge Will Honor Frank Marks
Henry S. Grcenbaum, Worship-
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321, F. & A M has announced
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honoring Past Master Frank M
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Al Budner and Gary Frank will
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social affair which takes place on
Wednesday, June 2.
Miracle Lodge, "hose home is
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birthday this montn.
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tained from membi rs of the com-
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Menorah Chapter Meeting
Menornh Chapter No. 1013 I il
IV: th Women, will hold r
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Friday. May 21. 1971
****** fkr+t,
Page 5-C
Author Mike Elkins Tells Why
He Wrote About The Resistance
A New Twist To That Old Story
Continued from Pag* 2-
f:1m documentaries, one of
hich took him to Yemen for "Op-
.-. in Magic Carpet" which
t Yemenite Jewt to Israel.
wrote "Flight to Freedom"
a n "a couple of awards."
doing a film in Paris in
.ihni David Schoenbrun, then
corn spondent f<>r CBS.
inm to work m Israel nt
for < IBS !: no time he
. d lo :; I -u lit ing 1>\
Sin ii (iampaign. Sine
ho I '" and out of
itlj bi i cor-
bul c ntinuing with

. | it oss experience with
. two other major fac-
>ptrcd him to wrttiag about
v who fought hark Al I
dent he c n ered the
el "( Col Adult Eich-
. fter da)
Vtet while. I couldn't write
I ichmann," he utd "I w n
.t i :. ill) in oh ed and ill
ill) siek of :t Hut it re.n-
v determination to write
h \ iIkont Jew ish resist-
. u tMl-62.
i d i he e irreapondenti
al by then- illness." Mike
rhi beat man was (the i itei
: tin He ild T\ Ibune.
it ,. : Hi* I on! Of os got
-
let > h K a : ting
on the Ki-hmann ti al he
to Bled to work i
Yug '-' i resist ince
.: aski d me
the Jo reaiat," Mike
"There and then I da-
ta write abOUl the Jewish
r- cause the) did re-
I had made m) decision be-
| to Yugoal ivia but thai
i it."
:. | Ian Ballantine, puh-
>f Ballantine Books, who
ted the idea at once Mr
tine, a Boot told the JTA at
lion that the first run
; |n Fury" was 2
second run, l'xi.OOO
iglith
! it n New York
. try 1917. He at-
I- Witt Clinton H gh
rv \ er w ent
iv > Hit parenta the
nd Heli i, were
.;. the Lodz area ol IV.-
migrated to America
ma in
Hi I ) A.l- I
gnot
B ii- Mi-, ah I didn't
' a -h educ ition," he said
poor. My lather w ia
ted but his tiit il energies
In aping us ill alh e It
*'
film producer

.'i Las Vegaa Now dl\ n.-. I
' I father of a I in Jon !
> ith his mother in
than, who llv
Berkley.
"Why are you so Jewish" h
wis a>k.'d. Mike Miook hs hi I
"I don't know.' he replied. "I can
define a Jew. a Jew Us one who
sh ires trx .) w Ish expi rii ncc. For
me the experience la the holoc
It not an answer to your ques-
ia It? It's II u
'whj do 1 breathe?'"
erlng,
"My father w is a frighten d
.leu." he wont fin. '[ hated that
all my life For a time, I guess, I
didn't reject Jcwishness but cm-
.n the whole c in
cept ol fighting Injustice in
tr ide unions left-wing movements.
Wi were going to organize the so-
rt ilist hum mist world. We
In that but it seemed to mi th it
the epitome of our failure w is
that six million people could be
killed not because ol what they
it because of what they were
born t>> ho That encapsulated the
wickedness >: the world to me. I
li cided to fight against that and
that brought mi to Jewishness al-
though I'm not religious."
Mik,- has i distaste for what he
ealls "college kid Infantile left-
ism."
"They're reacting 11K- Pavlov's
logs to the chiming hells of slo-
gans ho s.,: !. "In their terms. Is-
-ael stands with America, so Israel
The Arab Feda-
yeen call themselves 'freedom
' kids don't ask
whit do th what the) d i
is bomb women and children in-
their own.
"1 think kids are generally
spitting out the values of their
lathers because the) are their
fathers' values without choosing
this is good and I ICCOpt it;
this i- false and I reject it. They
i tying 'h and I reject them. They're not
asking themselves who am I?"
'Encyclopedia Of Zionism And Israel" Published
NEW York The publication y in since the appearance ol The-
of the "Encyclopedia of Zionism odor Henri's The Jewish State
and Israel was formaII) in- which led to the formation of the
nounoed b) Dr Emmanuel Neumann, Zionist movement and the even-
h ol the Jewish Agency for tual realization of Herzl's dream." scheduled
Israel-American Section, at a spe-
cial i ii' ptiun hel l al the J w Ith
Build n [, '.n the pn n
listing :: ho I III
auth tat .!- nl ih<
h the hist it) ol tht St ite of
A new twist to the "My Son.
Th.' Doctor" story Ls happening on
El Al.
Zahava Angel baa been flyinc
with El Al for 12 years and now
serves the airline's first class p.,-
sengers. She is also an instructor
of air-hostess cources ind a chock
hostess, under whom young tram'''
rdassei take iheir i
checking-out flights
This year, when 19-ye ir-ol i R i-
chel Angol, a Tel Aviv-bo -n S ib i,
led her military .ice, s.w
I she would n hoi
lOtlll I it .ii. and :
I'd Al hostess
Shi received hor mother's
Campaign Brunch
Scheduled Sunday
The Vrlen Beach Apartments 'i i
I the community ol ovei
hlgh-risi p ticipating in th<
Combini d Jewish App il-Ist
Emergency Fund camp i
Greater Miami Jewish r ..
Mrs. Arthur Winarick, cl
th.' Arlen Beach CJA-IEt
tee, and Edward Joseph
of tho Arlen Beach Soi il 11
uncod
ing. and is currently taking ipe-
i! il cources to prepare hor for
service on the 747. the first of
which will bo flying under El Al -
colors in June.
Although mottv and daughter
ire i' In I the same airline.
lhv are never aboard the one
flight
U||kw^
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Dr. Neumann said many yean
sted In th
cyclopedia, which combines the
. ol the Zi mist movement
an I comn
Ii rs.
Israel.
1 Maitre D's Choose Leaders
McGraw-Hill Book Company, -r. t ,. .,
,. ," I he tollowmi,' slate ot offieers
Ihe new two-volume l i > I >p am
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Dr Neumann described the En-
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Th
of the Maitre D' and Headwait-
eis Aaan was installed recentl)
at th.- Barcelona Hotel Tedd)
Weiss, president; Connie Sledge,
vice president; Jeanette Engler,
corresponding secretary; Gunter
Glindmeyex, treasurer; Hy Leon-
ard, ehainnm: Gabriel Solov ser-
geant at arms, and Jimmy H ill.
A brunch on beh df of the 1971
(MA-1EF r i npaign h beer
in thi buildi
j Mrs I
fiaii man of th
CJA-I1 F m W imot -
i
I the recent Arlen Be ich
committee ne ting on th
needs in Isr lei and the need for
maintaining a strong vi ible Jewish foremost
-u:nt v in Miami. nation.
Paul Indianer, C.L.U.. president
of Financial Educational Sys-
tems, and national sales direc-
tor of the Standard Life and
Accident Insurance Company
ol O-'lahcma. will address the
annual convention of the Mil-
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Wcshinqton. D.C., June 22. He
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is considered to be one of the
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US. fovernmcnt, confirm t-
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Selection Of 1971's
Miss USA Saturday
Debbie Sheiton, Man 8.A of
will crown her at
ol the 20th am ual Miss
vs\ Pageant m Mian Beach!
i Auditorium S I sht The
n. h Mia t'SA will be eho
the finalists still in
th. running. '
Delegates from each of the .>
. Dtsti id >>f Colum-
bia have been rompetlng in the '
contest which began last week
they participated in gala pa:
alone Washington Avenue to the
auditorium from 5th Street ai I
wi re greeted by both local
state officials.
Cohosting Saturday nlght'i final
event will be June Lockhan and
BobBarkir. ConnieEnaor, rum
up in the Miss Florida contest ai
serving as Miss Hospitality
Kntfi tamers who have !> n
providing divertissement at th-1
pageant n ssions Include the ver-
satile television performer (Jary
IPuckett dancers Nana and Fred
| Albee, musicians Raymond and
Pnina, and trumprt Don
i, lie
his family, his do as
lerations must ,
into account
extended a
h ,, 'ie medi-
senior citizens firsi
feel rhe S
as wall a
ed on th. se pa
of th. 1
ing to in.'
Chai Convalescent Has A Rural Sett
with 24
i I
wholi tirironi nl I ited
th Mia mtry
i tting it fat ping tad
. s, i- well is bus
int Ho m ap-
ived extended llity, has
1 i conpsttB orcu|>ational and phy-
j K>!ogy therapy sen Ice at 1
N K. 3rd Ct North Miami.
The home It equipped with full
I to accomm II reli-
gl IUI
and h |
pn n.
Facilities For 101
At North Shore Home
The North SI ,
it WLTO NW
Apr:; M. 1971 a [
101 r. lent
This nur-.: i |
best in killed
Its pr .f. HkM
to tha wellbi Ir
ind food serv V
' order
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Cantor Samuel Kelemer of Tem-
ple Beth Am, Los Angeles' larg-
est Conservative synagogue,
will be honored at his temple's
dinner dance Saturday. Cantor
Kelemer. who made some of the
earliest Yiddish tallcing motion
pictures, hasi composed and
adapted Jewish music for the
j screen and appeared in recent
i films.
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I Friday. May 21. 1971
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MES FILL A MAJOR NEED ...
.vt:\ : ei ranging from arts and | therapy aro matched by special I New oxygen equipment, closed are I i be found together with the m>et the "Challenge of thi 70's.-
i to on-site barber and beauty I pharmacies and kitchens. Many circuit television, individualized latesl ',:",v equipment an 1 per-1 Your personal inspection and visi-
1 ,no ".....'- "f ** mon' nvalecent and nursing homes nursing attention and many other
persons who today live at feature specialized diets such as Innovations are to be found at
I..... N"u techniques in liabetic. lt-free, kosher and non- some of the homes. Air condition-
[ .-:' !- "' occupational allergic menus
home industry has entered the ex-
pa ii i ii- comfort features citine new decade d.-termincd to
sonnet. I ition of the many outstanding
I homes listed 'in thes.' pages will
The nursing and convalescent ,,,,,.,. ,,,.,, you ,,, determine the
proper choic for yourself or your

This Week In History
III V.-.irs Ago Thi'. Week) 1931
Oakes, Jr., nephew of
\ York T n p ibl sher Adolph
elected presl lent of the
i liege, Oxford University,
societ)
The American Jewish Congress
I M higan Gov. Wilbur Bruck-
1,1 vi-to a compulsory alien-
pi istration bill "on grounds of
I policy and unconstitution-
al, ly." a> it "would tend to secre-
|p.. resident aliens from citizens.
: them to be viewed with
on and hostility (and lead-
boundlen corruption and
ssion."
Solomon Barnato (Solly) Joel,
n nalre head of the world's
syndicate, died in London
. Tu -
i i> irre'. Independent
ckets In the June parlia-
It
.. Ii r i'.'-. Z H Mas!
feti i In Nea York on
il t thday
II \.-..r- Igo 1Mb Weaki 19l
i- disci eed to h rve re-
I v'. million in military sup-
I thi United St itea from
|: .!> 1945 through Jtlne 1900. while
Iraq (46 1 million. Jordan
on, Lebanon 18.7 million;
I Syi. i received nothing.
intern itional del-
attempting to hold a
L mdon of the anti-Semitic
Sal rial P irty,
Shumacher, Jewish actor
' his partner brought grim
Polish and Russian Jews
: during putt of World
ed in Tel Avu at 53.
I -!.. i Ben-Gurion ids-
1 i' tad i for "a further
ening >f the friendly ties
between our two countries." He
was not seeking military
tit from Canada.
Or N (hum Ooldmann. president
World Zionist Organization.
the American Zionist Coun-
cils first Louis I> Brand is Award
for W with rare gifts .m\
boundless energies for the re-
birth of Israel, for world Jewish
unity, for justice to his people and
for human freedom everywhere."
Pinhas Freudlger, fom-n-r presi-
dent of the Budapest Jewish om-
munity, testified it the Adolf Eich-
mann trial that when Hungary's
wartime dictator. Adm. Horthy.
failed to respond to an ultimatum
by President Roosevelt and the
King of Sweden that he cease de-
porting Jews or face the conse-
quences, American and British
bombers struck Budapest. The nexl
day, Freu llger, said, Horthy e ip>
Itulated, but is over-ruled by
Eichmann. Defense attorney Dr
Rob rt Servatius said Eicl
would pre* ibl) testif) in his own
ilf.
Geoi I. ncoln R >ckwr-ll an
nine N zi sti rml r ipers' a ere
n New Orleai
: in their
"h it. bus" and demonsti
tide i iti sh n in Exo his
CARIH Chapter
Plans Luncheon
i orber Chapter of the Children's
Asthma Research institute and
H ap I il at Denver ill h i
annual awards lunch.-on at 11 am |
Tuesday, in the Four An
Hotel
Mrs. Sidney Harris ; n sident,
will present ttv chapter i "Man >l
the Year" award, and Mrs Sidr j
Swhs will present the <".>'.
Heart" service iward in memory
of her husband, to an outstanding
member.
According t" Mrs Morgan Levy,
chairman, the theme of this yean
luncheon ls "Gems of the Orient."
and Will feature a fashion show D.v
Burdlne's.
W. Norbert Englea. president of the Mercantile Bank, (right)
receives a copy of the American Friends of the Hebrew Uni-
versity Year Book born Hap Levy, newly appointed preai-
dent of the American Friends of the Hebrew University,
Greater Miami area.
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Cedars Auxiliary ^Sales Circus" Set
Cedars of Lebanon Hospital .\n\-
i > area t" holtl a "Sales Circus"
Ml RtftB, lH>k-;, and n.rrohan-
i funds For the hospital
i ling p.ogram in a s- iae ilrr
a lent "ii th.' hospital Kranndi
': wlaj
(The pub ic .s 4ii\ u*ad u uui
^ ashii in
t.> "^ p :!'...'' id Mrs B i
; i \ x y president
.. to "i i ; i s A
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iky and Mrs. Bertram Shrine and
a staff of s ateaaadletj will have
boudoir Itesns. p.-1-fimws. imported
clocks, Jaw airy, cei imtcs :>!id othoi
things asu.ilh toU in tho I.obb\
Shop for aide at icduetd prices
The S les C rcus Committee In-
clude Mis Nathan Itulnn. Mrs
M '- I IH'illi
Brandeis Mrs Lois Kaufman and
M Doroth) S -
Student Art Show
And lWital Set \t
I'eniple on Suiulay
Temple Beth S
r" \ .' Si
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i] In Mus I AH Sui
The i" ,l1'
tempi) i sod it dl al 3 |
| dent studios .>f N
| Schuute r. 1 Bu-
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S im Is B h F ic ind H
, Voip *
A pre* icw ai
held in the Low. -I
Gallery
- ptures
' th. class
CTa and B>I

S I Fine Art
d.'t- tlv pen
. ,--------C-tartn'ms '''' BurM* >''""iinity Center.
Tony St. Thomos Entertains ,, h U(. Ml s, xnonsn
Tony SI Tbanwa. VMo blands las appeared at toe*, hotels ...-
*J?m iU fe th, ue*t en... I *e eJudtag the r den R^ Foa a.n,-
,t Mondays S p.m. mating of the bl.au. Diplomat. Doral and Cirtl-
Precdoar Lodge of B'nal B'nth it
Friday. May 2l ^
If you're rich
anil 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 less7
Our catering director. Charlotte Horn, is without peer en
The Beach Please don't hes.tate to call her for advice far spe-
ctjiizid attention, and for a chance to look over the magnificent
new Cotillion Room.
Eden Roc
Hotel. *cht and Cabana Club
Ocean from 45th to 47th Street On the new Miami Beach
Charlotte Horn, JE 2 2561.
\bur little girl
getting married.
At last.
Will it be a small wedding and a ksj raatattas c .
After all there are a lot of re'.eved g>ri friends and rejfc'ed boy
friends that have to be acco^^ochted one way o-
Either way tMri r? no two :
the affair. Who else but the !
season be it wedding rt.ept :- c.
iag or gala no one can tsuch th*
service asd cuisiae. andtre aswnr gat lui of the
And we neve' let dewn ojr stardards Wk
25 or 3500 guests. Can your little prl have b*-
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Friday. May 21. 1971
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iAJhat s (ooltincj Bv HI Til S1KKIS

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TO bid farewell to the beautiful holiday "t Passover w
I'll cake !i captures the spirit of spring
Mi.- test lj ol .1 ..- eat holiday. The cake s light, airy ind leli-
i white with aome shades ol ivory, filled with fru I
n, .mil lopped with shimmering strawbi
mini leave* A thin il beauty! Bui its i.>k- are only half
i i rt< real and produces instanl compliments
Vnd. of i Koshei L Pesai h, bul there is no hmv.hi whj
\ i it servi i .iil \.....tund.
MKVUIHIIIlVdil \M ( \KK
, ; whites
tsp. lei juice
'
! cup whipping en
Mint li
t oven 1 \ ees F 'slow i. Pn two
' 'h pi tin in "A n p ipei. di i 9" circle oi
; irm:
l two ibli spoons -ii'.-.ii an I beat I I diss il
.i two minutes Continue kill (no I
ng two minuti aft Wh< :i ill sug u i
tlnue whipping for full ten minutes ul hig
" 'ii juice gradually Th
l shii
the meringue in hall Pul each hall in the centei ol
Irawn on each cookie sheet: spread with a big -
or spatula to form .i perfect round, using the drawing -
th I top.
Lower the beat to 230 legrees F Pul the meringues in the
cthei oi one above the other; ibe sure that the heat
circulate around them). Bake one hour, then dry In the
: >\ -ti for thirty minutea befon ng and co
on ,t rack 1'<--1 the papei ofl gent)) and allow to cool whili
ire rtx filling and the lopping
. bull the *tr iw bi 11 iea i Res< rve ha I
syrup for Mi.- topping I Whip I In cream and sw< ten
-' PI ce one meringue <>" .i serving platter; spri id vith
ba (I .vhipped cream ai with hall "f the struw-
\. i with the othe ague and spread with tl
Arrange the rest ol the
n Chill in the ret : .-. I. with 'h......'
: I lai nish mil
ir.nilirrr> Syrup
v" *.k cup water a m m Hum I
minuti -. or until a dn>| f it I toft
cup ol sold i iter M i-'i the straw
I : iyi .;>. c iok three to fl\ miti
i the up 'ks too .
w aiei Cool slightly befon
ke. ill e the will
y ke it syrup;
lere and m la -..i,it tin* The crisp cool gn
'' and properly dressed, are > kjy to h
i th or after the main course The salad we suggest hen is
- tisfying '>: if you serve it before dinner, you don'l
''i txithor with anj other preliminaries. You in
il si glamorous luncheon salad a u i ial treal for
Fter-theater snack w. ire spi iking oul "C -; '
I hi esi
I 'i six.
I.I.OKIOI S S\L Ml
lettuce
' cup s ilad oil
. n im vineg u
i one N ii.m
pi istcd I tutons
i | ,'A

rlic

Sail
F*n I |'
P irUc-oil a ,i i) ihead bj peeling and cutting the
ngthwise, putting them In me oil and lifting it
until mi I eral hours n even i day, before m
"> salad, clean the lettuo Ihoi tughh. -: the leaves and
pat them drj or spread them on a towel and allow them ti
in plastic bag to make them crisp.
Prepare th.- croutons by cutting about five slices ol
to half-inch aojuam ipread on cookie iheel and I tasl In the
over (250 degrees W I 30 minutes, or until crisp Or use read)
croutons.
Km: iddad excitement, you i i ire the salad in
ui Euaata Taar the lettuce leaves into < chilled largi
i Df '/l.- ball of Hi- garlic ml on the greens, and then I
Mi. vinegar and lemon huea: tosi ''" ",'1
., imtii th. -"I more i Ii <- Al,h
in- shl) nd toss agnii
Ion i
,u with ai
I
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Israel's Prime Minister Golda Meir examines
an aiicrali model during a recent visit to the
Aeronautical Engineering Laboratories of
Technion-Israei Institute of Technology. Ex-
plaining the aircraft's features is Prof. MosV 5
Rom. The Technion has a major role in c ?
signing Israel-produced aiicraft, vital to ths
country's security.
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U*lstlhri1i**r
Friday, May 21,
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Law's Place In Events
KAimi VI.IKN Kl TtlllK
H\
RABBI SAMT1 I I l<\
Whit i lh.- mm tOt t.:ii-iiu
one's ilotlsf when on.'- next ol
Uiu h:is IMf
The Eeneral custom of | *-as
Vnit..l gjiMIHWi (oral Qabta* ., his
Til. 'hat
the two ;...,
Sed etnpha- the N ''
-..' place ji
ol I ,a In hu-
Tht: mtinuoui and .
ih trad) "1 between
- Is d< rive I ft in ,h''
,1 tho sibll- If etj Is to retain Its sta- Bible For exampli I men-
Itj of men to bilitj without Justice gives ,;,,n,.,i that "Job stood up and
,... d tbi strong to oppress tore his mantle IJob 1:20>. The
another in th, Justice without law .,,.,.,. \t ment 1 David
aa*l ^^Bajajal/ a peaceful way mo a.is. anarchy in th. Samuel 1111
K ^r^eT i,out th.' -A.ntuar.y
A ^^ straints- and th leaving neither order nor justice The sen..
km I 1Lm> sanctions of a c.:n.-.- \er> ,i. .-ivindent when
SSd sy,' Wl I pWt__ J' *t| the death ol
a wherein justice and oraei T,, ,rinK tno clothes Is symbolic of
an emotional reaction 'if despon-
dency where mi low i co
~ i '''l-'.u- i M_|are Interwined, may tie the guide
As Pirke Avot Ethics ol dav
Pathen puts it, "Pray for the _______________
.: the government, since g^t ^ n__________a._
his appearance.
S i
Q_ 2 Pre-entin^
Sha viioth Procram
.tential to JUiiVMV"1 *"*** .without
body. Th.- Torah
While man has the i*
Th? beauty of Jewish law Is that
it adds a vital dimeni the procrn.r. -Lh n
.. _
The Shmuoth proKTam. which i dear one.
on the Bure tu's ti
i of equity, ol Just
the lit th '
a That this
crucial was
in the N where
th.' rden
: by the
i that whin laws con-
I ..... -\ then

While the To t it to be s
f Cant matter 1
Zvi Adler and Abrah n S I and emotions It did not
..,. ... Hath ,. \ Uei IA n Phys 1 harm I L* lone t th.
Sci( b :......'' h "
i Thi thi teat th.-
- c has h-- ..... clot! is H : '
for the occasion by Shmu, I F
aws -hko. nationally famous compoaei
and m ct n ol Templi
N ratioi la b> Dr.
and it k--. : -

in th. face of any
Tivis. who cry iw
"ri '200 Donors Attend Luncheon
director i "
ty. H i ,. Living H bi '' progrun. ***** *" ** lon
so,. 25 > ter Nuremberg Th ij I ite to 12th annual doi
so n > I to Tr..!i the Tree of Life" with Installation luncl
i less !.,.. .- ....... Breath of _f< Chapt. i
| ,. sbamt .. Astl irch I
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
BeharBeckosai
: t'u i ; spotb unta
SABBATICA1 YEAR AND YEAH OF JUBI1
the j in, the land was to i
I Be fallow it was not i
it grain or fruit which grew natural)) d .
,-. n bj th owner and his household Ii
at |.,. each cycle ol seven sabbatical > -
I xhe 'u Y. .ii was procUimad bj thi -
tenth d i) >t the aeventh month n
l free and all land reverted to lu
R] ;>! MPTION OF LAND Land mid thi
,.,, i \ time before th.- .
...... t w_ to pureb tee it so i
,,, p to the hai Ol another family or I )
ig_n bein
OION FOR i*HI NEEDY Lo
ver, to be m ide without chat
If through po fore, d to Bill him- I: ,, j
A ,. treated lenient!) as ;h mgh be wen
the Jubilee Should he Mil b
hi Indefinite period, ha eau
tell if he aflajokred suit
an In anj event
th- V'(
jj dments and do lb
.., v.;, and PUNISHMENT M m i

t tor violation ol
p. w ml i erity and pi k land I
wot lant |
..... would be
tl
His proph ;
i'

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H
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Temple Menarah Diploma* For 1()
tal
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CANDLELIGMTING TIME
26 IYAR 7:43
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te i Participant
. k i u- will ii
H in. Robert
and Hi spital ir. tb Dot
Hot this week and
inch. pon th. festh il D&M ,_ ,,,,,.., .
the Hel pi g, .,,;,; an- sk
.MMth. Tl ;
cor.olude the 1971 theme 0
-li Year."
' un.l. r tb
i << Behar Da
Eug< 1 I h a- ,. ,, """ tA
-".,.,; .r,.n|l,.' I, ,
"Uvlng Hebrew now enter- skal. was written and d ....
Mrs Irxlng MUler and Mrs. 1
Ch. 2. Grodin especially for the < f of t
/KeliqioMS <_5<
ervices
1242 Wlf.ngton >
Rabbi Dow Roicncwaig
Orthodom SiNl iTEMPlEl of NORTH DAOf
23 1S801 N E
Rabbi Ralph
Irving Shulk
eoawANO IIACM
EMANU-EL (TEMPlEl IT"' W.h.
maton Awe. Conaervativ*. Rabbi Irv-
ing Lahrman. Cantor 2vi AJi.r H SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE IBISI N.I
BtftaJ v." R.'or"i IKOLOM (TEMPLE IJ2 SE _)
1 f>. K-ngalty. Cantor ConwrvtHvi Rapt v *
Cantor Ertaat S *
MIAMI
AH A VAT SHALOM CONiiREGA.
TION. tt5 SW i7th Awa. Orthodoi
Cantor Aron Ban Aron. 1 .
ANSHI EMES. 2533 SW 1th Ava.
Conaarvativa. Cantor Sol Pakowritt 2
ETH AM (TEMPLE). 595C N. Kan-
daill Or S. Miami. Reform. Rabb>
Herbert Bawmgard, Cantor Micheal
K.rr. I
ETH DAVID. z%2* SW Srd Ava.
Conservative Rabbi Sol Landau
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ETH EL. SOU SW 17th Ava. Ortho-
dox. I
ITH KODESH 1101 SW 12th Ava
Modern Traditional Rabbi Mi.
Snap.ro. Cantor Ben D.ckaon S
Salunta% 4'. ;i m Top). M-
I- The K. % M V m I'-.i Ii..n
of ih<- Laiw." T |i m a'n Thr M-uni-
ain T
ITH TOV (Temple). S43S SW 8th
TIFERETH JACOB (Trample). 951 E
4th Ave. Conaarvativa IS
i> ni Bcrvlee-a
ftrmaii'.r. \, r. i^- Confln
! a \ : dauahtar of Mr and
Mr- AltM ri I-. % ill Qaii Eieri. ? >
f Mr- Muriel EJerlck; Bt.
LarVltctl aon < f Mr un.l Mr-
nar.l Levltch: SHiidra OoMbeTf;.
-.!., unhr.r ..f Mr mid Mr- David
Ooldbera followail i\ Ones >'
hoajttd 'irnmnti*1 parents.
ZION (TEMPLE) BO00 Millar R4
Conaarvativa, Rabbi Norman *. Sha-
piro. Cantor Richard S. Browdy. 1S
Friday N p m S..Iur.l,,\ | | ni Hnr
Mitsvah. Kirhard. s*.n of Judjre and
Mri Ir\ Infj Vflen
NOITH MIAMI
T H MOSHE CONGREGATION
13400 W. Dixie Hwy. Conaarvativa
i ... m v u in-!
Sen .- rmon Wt Build !'
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[ HEBREW ACADEMY 2400 Pnetree
Dr Orthodox. Rabbi Aleaander S
Groaa. 2!t
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CONG. AN-NELL (Branch of He-
brew Academy). 7th St and Men.
dian Ave Orthodox. Rabbi ACrihim
Ben.Miim. 2J-A
1th Ave Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah F
Caplan. S

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IHtlll
MOGAN OAVID COSCE0A'_
23 Harding Ave. Sii-'i T'
Hall Orthodox Racr : 0 "^
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER
MIAMI 990 NE 171et St. Orthodox
Rabbi Naftal. Porgah. St
CENTO
CMAL CAIIES
JUDEA
Blvd R.form Rabbi Morr,a Kipper 40
JACOB C. UUHEN COMMUNITY 1 11 1'. > m
SYNAGOGUE 1*32 Washington Ave Raj ..,,.,! [>avld Hai
Orthodox Rabbi Tibor H. Stern kll Hal
Cantor Meyer Engel. ?t ____a>-___
KNESETH ISRAEL. 141S Ewclid Ava
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Self 27
MENORAH (TEMPLE) (20 73th St
Coreervativa. Rabbi Mayer Abram.
owiti Cantor N.co Faldman n
I Friday K.15 pm T.-i.t- "The Jo] of
Judalam Baturda) I ami
1 vah. Kredrlrk I'aul Freedmai
MAlUNOAli
HALLANOAl E JEW'SH
12S N. I. let Ava
MOUTWOOO
ITH IL (TIMPLE '" '"
Reform Rabbi S- J,mv .^
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iTEMPLEi S400 Granada PealBl I" ^,
ITH SHALOM 'f'fj
Monroe at Cawaarvatwe I
Morten Malavaky Ci-I* j|
Gold.
Rabbt Joieph Gorfinktl,
Bn Zion Kirichfntitifn.
MtAMi _ACH
Cantor N1' :.-al Mr
at. Conaarvativa Rabb. Simon AOUOATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ava
April. Cantor Seymour Hinkaa ( Orthodox. Rabbi laaac Ever 17
> |:1S p.n Topic tiy irwrt apaak- ------------
.r Joaoph Kaufman Man and Hla BITH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox
Pmblema" followed by ......c Bnahbat I Rabbi Barel Wain 1S
h.-^lrd bj- Mr and lira. Max Spiecel ------o------
In honor of thrir 4 th wrddina; an- BITH JACOB. 301 Washington tvt
nivensary. Orthodox Raibbi Shmaryahu T. Bwtr
o aky. Cantor Maurice Mamchaa.
ISRAEL (Tempiei OF GREATER [
Miami. 1S7 NE Itth Street Reform. BETH RAPHA
Rabbi Joaeph R Narot. 10 | Jafferaon
Fridav I IS |.m Sermon: "Judaism
Of the Heart or the Head""
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ISRAELITE CENTEH. SITS SW 2Sth i Chaaa Ava Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Bt- Conaarvativa. Rabbi Avrom L. Kromah Cantor Oavld Canviaar 21
Drailn Cantor Nathan Parnaaa. 11 [ Friday 111 pn Tont- A FUlurlotu
O"! OLOKI (Tampia) are* S.W. 1Sth jt, hool- and a 'School r"..r Ijxinr
St. Conaarvativa. Rabbi Ralph Glix- i Judi man. IS Mltxvah Jrfrrry Allen Jans, .
Friday evening: Memorial srrvl.rs by Mr and Mrs. Shrldf.n Jans. William
Murray Solomon Poet and Auxiliary Oary Phillip* son of Mr. and Mrx
143 ar.d Woat Miami Poet and Auxill- Georgr Phi|li|><
ary IJJ. ------"
------- BITH TP1LAH SS Euclid Ava. Or
TIFERETH ISRAEL. aaaS N. Miami thodex. RBkl MM#a, e. Rackev
Ava. Cenaervative. Rabbi Maurice a*y _
Kiam a
14 BETM YOSEPH CHAIN CONORIOjA-
FHdar I IS pm S*rnv>n: "The New TION. S4S Meridian Avenue 2J-A
Concept of Fraa ttliiou Bdu j, j NER TAMID ITEM"' E). SOth St. ano
Tatum Waterway Conservative
Rabbi lugene Labov.tx Cantor E"
ward rtlein. 2g
EAMORA (TE"PLII 44 Zamera Ava
Conservative Rabbi Maxwell %r^r
41
FT UVDII0AII
BETH ISRAEL (TEMPLEV S47 B
Oakland Park Blvd Raob. Sheldor
Edwards Cantor Maurice Noel 4*
EMANL-EL S24S W Oakland Para
Blvd Reform Rabbi Arthur J. Ab-
rame. Cantor. Jerome Klemsnt 41
AINAI (TIMPLEi .,,
Conaarvativa. Ratr -*.. *^#
Cantar Yehudah Haittraaa
ASJtAMAI
IPRAIL (TEMPLE. V_a* *
ConMrvatlva Rabb E' J
grad Cantor Abrah"-" Kjatar
MAtCATI
MAROATI JEWISH CENT*'1
N W Sth at.
OHEV SHALOM. ,0S Borlta Or
Orthodox. Rabbi Ph.neaa Weber
man. 4^ K
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. S4>
Cell.na Ava. Babbi Sadi Nahmiaa. Si
Ptabbinicai _/?./*
* "aasaaa niiiBia. is Congbegatioi ctz chaim. 1*42
HAEL (TEMPLI). 1S4S 4*vy"ah.ngtoB Ava. Rabbi Avrohom
Ava. Conaarvativa Rabbi """r- 3
ivid R..b_C.nr_a.. Bra.h 20 ; NOTM BAV VILLAGE JEWISH
H SHOLOM fTIMPLIl. 4144, C,NTE*' 172 r*,h Atreet Cauae-
i. Narth Bay Village Conaarva-
tlva Cantor Can Bandar. S2-A
rrOITM MIAMI WACM
.OATH YI8HURUN (TIMPLI). 1029
N. I. Miami Oardens Drive Con
ativa. Rabbi M.lton Schlinsky
Canter Nathaniel f4>vb. jj
ITM TORAH NI 144th at. at 11th
Aua Ceiservativ* Rabbi Ma* L.o
ach.U Cantar Jacob Rome*. u
aPNAi RAPHAIL. fSR NW iSSrd Bt
Cenaarvatrva. Rabb. Charles Ruke.
Caatar Jpew Lernor. ag

eVIATfOH
May fj Ch 10.9.10 am. J.-v.i>h Worship Hour
Host rUbM rugilH I-abovlt/. T.mpo Tim*
MB] IS Ch 4. n 10 a.m. The First Estate
Topic: "Shax-uoth"
HobI Rev. Luther C Pierce ^
Qua**: Thomas Cornell, director, Catliolie *
K-llow-hlp ,
Panel Rabbi Ralph Kincslcy. Re\ Uayd K"0*
Maj S3 _,. 7, 10 a m. The SHU Small V*
Topic: 'SravMoth"
Host: Rabbi Irvine. Lehrman. Temple I
r.msts Judcjo Fredrick M Barad. Wucation
Chairman; Mra. Elliot Harris; Mrs Ted
Hollo; Rabb* Gilbert Rollins; Thix*
Lravitt. and childrrn of Lehrman D*y
School
,-r.


, May 21. 1971
LEGAlfWTKI
NOTICE OF ACTION
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
tl FVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
of florida in and for
oade county,
civil action 71-i1m
suit for divorce
:mi;i.INA SOMI-i'KKII.
ill i'ii.
HUB 1 scncOKER.
,'KnKUE J BCHUCKBR
h xx. mm
. utlnK. P< nna IMM
,;i> I:-; l r J SCHCCKBR, are
I.i notified thai Hill ..f Com-
i,,r i na been filed
you, ami > "U an' required to
,|,\ ..i '.in AntWM "i Plead*
llill'of Complaint mi the
, Homey, SIHNKV EFRON-
\ : ale] liulldliiK. Miami.
I] .,n.l 111.- ihe orlKlnal
..r Pleadlna in the Offloa "I
i. : the Circuit Court on or |
da* cf June. IMI. If you
do ~". judgment by default
taken airalnat you for the
., madded in the Hill of Com-
roll..' ahall !' publiahed once
. .k for four ronaecutlve xveeka
h:\msii firidian.
,; ANI- ORDERED at Miami.
ilii 7'th day of April AD,
i H LEATHERM \V, Clerk.
. <'.>uri, Ihnle County Florida
pj, p COPELAND
l nutv Clerk
.. '"Ui I R.....
[%!V BKRON N
1. % HuildiiiK.
Florida 33132
. > (or Plaintiff
, 3n r. -l.tl
+JewMi ftti torar
Page II-
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
|*PTER 20722 ACTS OF 1441
File No. 71 A 124
i: IS HKHKIIV UIVBX that
i.l W Slea.l, holder of City
mi T.i\ Sale Certificate* turn-
I\~ and io d the 3lat
ata] \ D IMI has fileil name
..ii.i haa made appllca-
i i.. .1 ,, bo laow o there-
rt r.-r in mbrai the foi-
. i property, in the
. ..( !>.,.'.. Btatl "( Klornla. to
| |ri E 1" fl for St Mock .'.
I > Ford Rub \o 1. I'lat Hook
n 14 Townahtp
u'h ILinice 41 Kaal. in the
, i',.'. Btate of Ptor-
,. ed In Certificate
141 The aaaoaament of said
.rii under the ali1 certlfl-
isvU, .i a a. ni ih>- naBM i if
hi
.,,l v Mied ul lo .'11
luenl County
I unl f UUtM 'I City
-. I, fUenndala I
. c Pai Ion '- To ii -
H II >' i -1 i n
u- !. |< Btatl ol Flor-
i : 'l In
r,4". ol --.,:'!
,... ik und, i the aald ertlfl-
lh. nonV ul
!\ fred 0 Fardwell
deed a .1 la Ul
i ,-r out-' illna. delinquent Coun-
> i 'ountj i.iv. i and
. .fi. atea I
l .1 ,. a 'I i "l" !j
. ihr ,i i.,i,i.. t. i aah ,it the Court
door on Ihe I al Mond Fl I n
iMOMh of Jama A l> ItTI which la to ii
71ft dial ol June A I it'71
' ,i >,| \l 11 VI
K R BATHBRMXV
'! K '. r Ul t l""Urt.
11. i">>unti Plot da
P F IH'I D8TR \NI> DC
{ ("oun Seel)
:. 7-14-11-I*
UGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDOESCOURY
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-1226
IOOWLING)
, ,. NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE Bntate Ol
I IVW CAMPBELL l.EM is
I '< ..,.,!
1 o Ail i redltora and All Peraona Haar-
na I l,i m. ,.i Demandr Against Said
I late
1"" 'ii reby notified and re-
inn l.iims and de-
OTil, h \'Ti in.,v i,.,,,. anlnat
,h.*"*.*" JAMBB AMl'UKI.I-
'" is 'i......,1 late ..f in.de Coun-
i. Florida, i" the ("ounti Juda-i l
1,: '' ijr, and file the aame In
lupiii-ati ,,i ... i.i. v i,i, KTorlda Btatutea In their ,(-
the County Courthouae in
Dade County, Florida, within ill cal-
ndai mnnthi from the time of the
"-t nnhiicatlon hereof, ,.i the mm*
mil I,, barn i
Hated ,,t Miami, Florida, thli tsth
lay ,.f April. A|i 1:71
i i IUN lillAV -l.KWIS
An, lllai i K\. cutor
Plrai publication of thi.i noil.....n
lh.- Til. day ,f Mai. iSTt
TAUANnPF AND HAI'KIt
Mlopni i f..r Batate
"In lload
diami [tea, Ii, Floi Ida
__________________ :-ji-j'
notice of action
in the circuit court of the
eleventh judicial circuit
of florida in and for oaoe
county civil action 718189
suit for divorce
eleanor m 1j-.e
Plaintiff
PIAITD USX
!> fendant
i" PLOTD LBS
R< iddeni unknown
V. u. Floyd 1.-.. an bereb) notified
thai a Hill of i" midaiut for Divorce
n filed acalnM you. and you'
are retiulred lo arrvi ., cop) of your
\n-\i.r or I'll adlne to ih'i Hill of.
Complaint on the Plaintiff, attorney,
Bua-eoi t mli. h .:.,. \\ Fuutler St.1
Miami PI 33135 and file Ihe nrlKinal ,
Anawer or phjadlna in thi- < ' lerh of Ihe I'u.uit Court on or I
befon the nih day of June, 1971 If
vou fall to do o judsmi'iit bj default
ill be taken aaainal i-"U for the
lent ..! .I iii lh.- Hill -f Com- '
DONE ivn ORDERED at Miami.
'' -i.la thi- ..Mh day "f April A D
:i
i: n I.EATHER.M W '
Cln-Ull Court Dade Count 1 I": 'i
liv II \l KI8SEE
Denutv i :
ii-' Se.-ill
Euci n. I emlii h
' I iclel Miami, n
\ fui Pla miff
I 3d '
UCAl NOTKE
UGAL NOTKE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-489 (Dowling)
In RE: Ksiali- o|
HEIX3E VICTOR ItAItKSTHfi.M
i-i-d.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I. Ml Credllon ."id All IM-on II
ing Chuma or Dcrannda Acainal Bald
Eaiati
\<>u are herehy notified and requir-
ed i" i'ii.ni nwy clalnta and domanda
n-hlrh >u ma) have aaainnl tin- ea-
iati ol HEIA1E V'ICTtllt H.M'.K-
-'' R( i.M di......-.1 la.....I I '..,l,- ioiiii-
i. Florida, in ih, County Judges of
i'oil County, and file Ihe aame in
limit,'..'.,, ai.-i ... provided In Wectlon
Florida Ktatutea, I i ihelr of-
'' in tin i 'ounts I 'ourlhouae In
Dade Count) Florida, within m\
alendar moniha from the lime of the
Irai luii'luaiion hereol ,,i the aame
n ill I,, barred
Dated al Miami, Florida, Ihh .'.t!i
ihi) id April, A n :v
IIKI IJH HAKKBTROM
\. Admlnlatrator
Flral I'lil.li.-ation of ttlla notice
hi Till da) of Uay, IMi
- WITT A IM'TZITX
Vtlorneva for Admlnlatrator
"4" \ i; ti.tnl Slr.-.l
S'orth Miami r a.'li Florida
.711

IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COU.1T
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-364
i Judge Dowling)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In UK Batate of
SKI.MA TIKK V
r ?., eaaad.
To aii (Yedltom and All Peraona
Havini; claims oi Domanda
.\::.iiiot Bald Batati
Vou an In I- Ii) noiiii.-ii and raqulrad
I" peeaaM my lawns ajul il-
ni.,i,i.. win ii 1,.u in.ii navi aitalnal
iln eatate of SKI.MA T1KKA, de
...,-.-,I late of Dade t!ounty, Florida,
i,i ihe Count) Judici ol Dade Coun
i>. inn! file Ihe aame In duplicate and
a., provldi d in .-. '. i-'i.,i Ida
Ktatutea, hi Ihelr offliea in the Coun
t> i ouniums' in Dade County, Flor
Ida within ;\ calendar months froin
:! ..I tii. in .i publli al ton I,, ro-
of, or iii.- name nill lie barred
Hated ni Miami, Florida, lhl 3rd
I l) "l .ll.il. h, A li 1"7I
ANNA .Mil.I i:i;
Ai< Executrix
PHILIP I Mill Hi:
Attorne) for Executrix
VV Flael-r Street
Miami, Florida
30S-35R-I3M
i '
If GAL NOTKE
i-14-21
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
[THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA.
|N AND FOR DADE COUNTY
CASE NO 71-84M
NOTICE TO DEFEND
l\*l OONZAUH
r.\ i.i-': \ ''.' INT \l EZ
II... I a iiili-X
klAv I. '. 4 4
LAparl I Mini nda
[Mariana I il i 'uln
" IRE HEREBY noUfli
i aaband h.m fil.-d a "uii for
i > u in tin*- Curt
that I'll muat nerve a BOt "!
nthi r Plea I .,' ui' '
r'.i"! c l.vrssKl.. 7t" Bevbold
m ami, Florid i 33131
ur hu-l.and. and fllr tin I >i Ir.
in Ihi- Court, on ,r
(Ul "'71 V ,'1 N't er
DBF ii IT mil he entered
| ii
i May S. ItTI
lM Real)
I K VTHET1V VN
UI1 iN.urt Cli rb
H M KISKEB
I nputy Clerk
S/7-M---1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
CASE NO 71 8134
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
A I.l-EN I.EICHTMAN
PI intlff,
\ M
filtlWK I.K1CHTMW
1. '. ii.i ml
Vi (V i-i IRINNB I.Kl'HTii v
m ; Ktrei \pi ll. Vt-a
. lort ARE HEREHV >TI
to file >"ur writti
dlvnri a lib th. Coui l -
and ... \. i op) upoi Put \
\ 7. AM FT ,|. SMITH,
il Rank nidi Mian
a r before the I >l I
. .-.' the Compbaini i ill !
. ..-.|
I ited April :, lT1.
,, mi i 'on s.
K |l IJCATHBHM vv ERK
BT r P COPB1 VM'
I', put) Cli rk
i
E COUNTY JUDGES COURT
AND FOR OADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-1M
Frana B. Oowlmq
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
f
RAIMNOWtTZ, a k'a
'A UAHINOWITZ.
*.. .1
rdltora and All Peraona
nvinit Clalma or Ilemanda
s., ,i Nai ata
*r.- h.r..|,v noltfii-d and re.iulred
any lulaaa and de-
which vi u nuv have aralnl
atali i.( MAHV It AI'.IN'i iVVITZ.
MANYA RjfniNOWlTZ de-
' Dade i "ount v Florida,
("uii'i .ludirea of Dade County,
nli' tin sain,- In dunllriite
-I in S- tl"ti 75 16. norlda
- In thilr nfflcea In the Coun-
nhouse In Dade Coiintv Flor
f"' i sl inleiolai raoruha from
'f the flrat puhi,ration
thi same will he bai
" a' Miami. Ilorlda thla
Vorll. A D 17I
mi 'iiiiis ituiiNowrrz
HOI I ill? i mi DfrTBiM
TAN' VA Z W K
DAVID HAniN'M ITZ
As Kxii-utora
publlratiun of thla nollre on
"b da- f Am-, 171
'"K, ZK.MK'
{KIN and HEll.HlfoN'XKR
-KSSI. iN'AI. ASSOCIATION
for F/i.suti.rii
ni-H-avne Hbed
ITorlda 1313!
4/14 1/1-14-11
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No 71-1404
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RH F. lali t
BRNB8T JAN 18,
I.....
To All I I All ''
HavniK i I i.'.i- or 1 tn I I-
\r .-.. I Batate
Vou .,r. hi n by notified ai 'l n ui eed
, !,, |,r. m ii Linn- and de-
Khii-h -it it'iv have
tale "f ERNEST JANI8. de-
ed lati D ide i "ount!. Floi Ida to
the Count! Judaea of Dade fnunt)
rile the ime m ilii-li. i li
provided In 8*
latul Ihe I 'nun-
t\ i 'out thouae hi Dade Cou '
i-l.-! Mithm -i! aliii'lat monthl
thr tlnn "f tin fir-i |Hlhl
of or Ike aame u ill I
Ihlted at Miami. Kr-----ll. II
I April A !> 1971
HERN M'D J NIS
j \Y JAN'IS
\. v.M ii
Flral publication ,.i thi. notice
the Mth day of Anril l7l
SIMi'N" II WS CltlNDW Kite,
Attorneya for Bxei ul
soi Ainsh-y Hulhlinc
Miami. Honda :U13:' ...,,
4 !tft 5 -14-21
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HERBRY CIIVEN thai
in underabined, deairina lo enaace
ii hualneaa under thi flctilioua name
t FLORIDA MERCANTILE CIJ5AR-
iXfl iini'SK al t.:-.:'. \ i: issth Street.
N" Miami, Fl inti-nils to r.-|ri.- l.i .aid
i.i me with tin Cl.-rk of the Circuit
Court of Had. cuntv Florida
ItFltNICK KI.CPT
El'OENE I.KMI.Hll
Vttornay for
' IIBHNICB KI.II'T
U Flakier 81 Miami, Fl
" T I 11-Si
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Nuili'i: is MERBIIY OIVEN thai
'In utidi rs.t-n.d deairl in to enaafte
in buaineaa under ihe fictitious nami
off! A.- M GENERAL CARPENTER
' W.-si 'ii.i Street, Hlaleah Flo-
rida Intend lo renietcr aald name .
thi i Marti of tin i "ii uit i ',.ui t "f
I I.l,i, I '.-111 I! Fl
iAIIRIBI. !! IDRH il'EZ
MARK l HltlTt
5 14 21 > 4_
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
. a lei i d, iiil *" na*aa*i in
u del Ihe flctll "U. name
MIN1TB M VIDS OF Fl ORTD I al
in Road, Miami Reach. K!o-
1 -----1. r ...id
with ihi Clerk -t ii i Clrculi Court of
I i.l. i "Unli* Florida
l: l: TANN
K a it in i Ki
! ippllcaiit
i i'....,,]
Miami lleai li I'ii
i I
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No 71-698 (Primml
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
ll UK
ERNEST w CEDEROREN, IR
I..... ,1
ll.-.
ma claim, or Demanda A,-., nal Said

Vou lifted and ra-
te, ore..;:' 111. .Old de-
ll 111. h vou ni iv li.,\......
Hi of ERNEST W CEDER-
tlREN JR .I.-, .a.,.,1 Lit. of I',!'
Florida lo ihi County
.lu'li'i" of Dade County and
name ii dunllcati i i
Section "33 14, Florida Btatutea, n
111 Tile ill'.M I '.air' -
' 'ounty, Florida a Ith
In ail i alendar month, fnm the
time of the flral publication hereof,
i an. i. ill be barred
|l '.,1 ai Mlaiin Florida 'tn I'!'.
' !i .- h A II lt'71
.;l. vi.ti s \ CEDEROREN
A- Admlnlalratrix
First publication of Tins noti
I ih. 14-h I ,i May, |971
ItAV A MCNSON
M
f,.r Adminb Iratrlx
iham Hulldmn
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-408
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Ir RE Batati
ANNA MERCJER
; a -. d
, -, I All Per*, li
lalma
.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-1&38
John R. Blanton
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
III RE: Eatate of
HEI-EN HAKT1S,
I'. ea-Hl'd.
To ah Creditor! and All Peraoni
Havina claim- or Demanda
Aaalnal said Estate:
You are bereb) notified and required
to oreaenl any clalma and do-
manda which j mi may hue ikalnai
Hi. eatati ol HELEN HAKTI's de-
reaaed late "i Dade county. Florida,
IO Ihe COUnt) .lude.es flf Dade Count!'.
and file the ..mi.. ; duplicate .'Hid as
.,. provided in Section 713.14. Florida
Btatutea. In Ihelr nffleca m the Coun-
ty Courthouae in Hade County, Flor-
ul.i within alx calendar montna from
Ihe nine of tin- firsi publication here-
of, or the aama will be barred
Dated al Miami. Florida, tin- 19th
day of April A D 1971
171.1/. VBETH i ill' 188
A. 17s. .lilt ,\
Flral publication of ihi. notice on
tin i"iii day "f Anril, 19*1
M M.cnl.M H FRIEDMAN
Attorm for 1 11 u" \
KI1E t rai Street,
Miami. Florida
"i 7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Vi ITU K IS HEREI1Y OIYE
Ihe u' dealrinK t.. .
in bual ii del the fid Itinu* I ami
"' H ft J RE M TV PROPEKTIE8 al
u:74 Meridlai vi ui Miami Ren. h
Intend to r. i:
uith ihi ci.rk of tin- Clrculi Court
1 ii di t 'ount} Floi Ida
1,\! Hi LEHRM i n
i IACK MILLER
I Vvenue
\ii..'. Hi ,. h, i";..t Ida
CVPl n a VEV1N8
i for
D* i REA1 TV PR( IPERTIE8
i' ihur Oodfi R
lh a h. r'
i 7-14-S1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HERBHY OIVEN that
Ihi underalirned, deatrtnfc to enaaitc
in hueincaa under the flctltloua name
of 'ESTCIIB8TBR I.ATINO J8O0
s \\ 14th Terrace, Miami, Floi Ida li
! name arlth thi
Clerk oi ihi Circuit Court of Dade
Florida
JOSE OALERA
______ :. 14-21 -2S 4
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH'
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 71-8780
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
HENRY K WIN INDER
Plaintiff
i \ -
,. ROSAIJB ni'SCH WIKANDER
* Di fendant
T" ICoanlie Ruar-h Wikander
i'.i id.-ii. I'nki
Vou. Roaalie Bunch Wll inder
hereby notifi.-d that a Hill Ol I
plaint for Invoree haa li-eii
'. u and i"U are rmuif d i
aarvi .. "|o ol youi gnawer or Plead-
I IK to the IMI Of C It" i.i "I On lit
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COU^T
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-1669
(FRANK B. DOWLING)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Batata of
JACc ill Ci IHE.N alho know
JAl K ci >HEN
1 e. eased
To All Creditor! and All Perm
mi: ClaJmi "i l> ii.. :.'i- Ajjuinat bj -
Estate,
\'ou an !' r tified and
quired t" preaenl ail) clalma and '
n hit li i "U ma) have aa-a
the eatate "i .i vcoil i '< >HEN, .
knoii n aa JAl "IS COII EN di
lute ,.| 11.,I. c.unii. Florida, to
i 'ounti Judai > nl I i.oie i 'ount) .
hie the aame in duplicate and ai
inI, d in s... ii..i...... ;... Floi ul.. li
uti s, in their office* in the Coa
Courthouae m ladi County, Flor .
within six calendar months from
tune from thi flral publication h. -
of. or the same win be barred
I'..',I al Miami. Florida, Ihli
day of May, A !
|Mi|ti illli: a CANTOR
OBRTRI'I>E MYERS
FRANK Ll X 11HEN
An I'.Xe, llll.ls
Firal publication of tins noil,
ihe 14th da) "t Ma) 1971
SIMON. HAYS A (1RCNDWERG
Attorm >s for Bxi i uti
101 All.-lei Huildli.li
14-21-n
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUI"
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR D*C .
COUNTY.
No. 71-8239
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
WALTER E 8HEME
Plaintiff,
JOYCE BHEMH
VS
Defendant.
Y unknown, ari required t file
answer to the complaint for drr
uiih ihe ci.rk of the abovi court
sell.' a COPy thereof Upon. HERA3
it'll i:n. B8Q I 141 I 'onai H
Miami. Florida on "i before June
1971, or i is,- complain! will be
a. confeaacd
DATED April 28. 1971
E It I BATHERMAN
i l.rk of Ihe >'ii< ult Curl
I'.i R M KIS8EE
,ni i '..m t ...
. 7 14-.'! .
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COU = ~
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-945
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Im RE Beta ti I
PERRY M, KINI.17'1 PERFECT
1.....im d
i li I All Peraona I-
Clalma oi Demand* Aaalnst S i
i:-tati .
!'..u are 1 d ..nd
nun d pn urn. and l -
i- rhlcl ii in,'! have ami
nl PERRY -M. KIN
PERFE) Tdii'i DadeC
iy. I':..rni.i. t.. the County Judaa <
[hide County, and file the ..im
dupl led in Si- i
16, Plortda Btatutea in their >r-
iii thi iunt) Ci urthouae i
Dadi County, Florida, within alx
ndiir motiili- ffiii the Hum "I
'first publication hereof, or the
iv ill I., bai i !
Dati 'l at M .mi Florida, thi .' I
day ,,f Anril. Al> 1971
CHAR1 i:s r PERFECT
v Admlnlatrator
Flral ill of this notir i
ih. 71' da! i Ma) 1171.
SA.MI 171 STEEN
Atttnrney for Administrator
4IJ I luPoni PI i/i I 'enter
\l ::.i
r-14-11 :
on
, pi attorm Btanli y E '
Drmanda it.un-i Said man S.W d Btreel M
Florida and file '1 I
re herel d ami re- or Pleadlns In tl.....fflce of Ihe ci.rk
. rlalmi and .I-- Ihi Cli uti Court nn or before the
I ,., mB, .i tsth day ol Juni 1971 if vou fall lo
tale ,.! ANNA MBRCIER de- hid mi I default "ill endar mom!
:.,.!. County, Ftorldii, luket aaainat you for Ihi rellel i
unlj JudRe> ,.i Dade 'Vm. i mandeil n the I CnmnUini
ty. and fill Ituplj He j
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COCH-
IN AND FOR DADE COUNT-
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No 71.1805
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE Ei it. of
H 'I MAM l.i;\! !S '
I.. .
To All Cn !ll Person- .
iiik claims or Demanda Atralnat ... '.
You are hereby notified und -
..I tuiri d lo pre* ) r-laiBM and -. -
mandv which i "U mai have n*- I
) Mate t WILLIAM flfcvi .
. ty, Florida hi Count) Judce- f
i file tl:.
Iii ., I In Si
da Btatutea In their ol -
fleea in the C'lr'i c,>urth"u- -
1 aide milts Floi Ida i< llhln al
ti
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN oooBATE
No. 71.1315
(DOWLING)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE Eatate of
PAIH 1NI7 N'INER
DeveaHed
To All Criilltora and All Peraona Hav-
ina Clalma or DeJJBanda Asplaal Bald
Y'ou are hereby noilfHil and re-
ouin.l to preaenl n> elinma and ih
manda whli-h vou mm have aaainal
the eatat- Of PU'I.INE NINBR. de-
,-.'iuied late of Hade County, Florida,
to the County Judiri-a "f Dade Coun-
ty and file the aame in dupMcale
here-1 and aa orovlded hi I
Florida Btatutea, hi ihelr offlcei In
un'i Cuiihouse ni Dadi oun.
tv Flon.la. within aU call ndar
months from the time of the Drat
imWi.ati.n hereof, or the aawe mil
he harr.il .....
Dnteit at Miami. Flor.da. th
.,ayofAprl..uA?n(l7NlN.K|:
A Administrator
Flrat publication of this not:
Ihe jnth dm of Anril. 1971
OBOROE c.il.HF.ltT
Attornev for Ailmrnlatrator
Suite fl* One I Incoln Rd
Miami IWaih. Km. Hl |/?_JM|
and a- provided In Bi
Plorlda Btatutea, In their offi..-. in
thi County Courthouae in l>n!i C mi
tv. Florida, within am ,-aiendai m iithi
fr. in the time of Hi. Iir-t pbhllcn-
tion hereof, of th, aaajM will '
1 .: Miami. Florida, this 11th
i May, A n 1471
mitiii it j wi msoN
I''', lUarayni Rulldlnif, Miami. Fin
i......hi ed
. utii'e weeks
\ Ex utor
n of trus
. on
Klrat puhlliatlon
the nth da) of MH '
M'.THI'K J WOl.FSi'V
Attorney for Eatate "f Anna Men or
?'5 llh-.Myni- lluildituc
Thi- notice ahall
i k tor fi in
rn THE JEW ISM Fl oRIDIAN
I ,i ink \ M i 'HI i BRED a I !
thi -.th day of May \ li
.7'
B It IJSATHIJRM tN 'li eli
in i >,.!. fnnnti I rida
Bj c c.ii'171 VNH
i'. n" Clerk
" ir. mi Court Seal)
STAN1 BY r. nfiODMAN
-i.- n M .... i Street,
XI", m' Florida

Attorney for Plaintiff
.-. 14-11 *
:ut
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
oliciti your lexiQl noflcdd
Wt appreciate your
patronagd and truaTant**-
accurate tetVfce at iegaJ
rate*.....
tfiai :*7:t '#*
lor m
yet aarvtce
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
NO. 71-77S4
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
SAMCHL 11 AIULAMS.
Plaintiff.
ESTEI.I.E AI1HAMS.
1 i. fendiinl
" B8TELLE ABJtAMB
lenci I'nknow'i
TOP ARE HEllEllV notified that a
Cnil'laiel for lllvon-e h.,s been filed
you. and you are hereby ra-
ff inrnr an-xicr i lielilea. ii
day
first publication hereof, or tl,,-
|
!..,'. ,1 it Mlam Florida, thi- 1
day ,.f Ma\ A P
Itl.ANCIIi: LEWIS
As fixi
F nublicatinn of this ncti- n
TALI vn'i IFF a II IDER
Vlt"- .i Bxi u'rix
ISA Unci In 17 "i
li. ach, !': I '
- :-it-2i-:
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF TH :
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AN 3
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORID*
NO 71-7709
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
i:\ \ F FRAZIER.
Plaintiff,
vi :
Tlii i\i as W FR IZIBH
I t. I.,latll
HUM AS \! CRAZIER
Realdi m i i 'nknown
M IL \ I7I-7 111- REin N'OTIFIBD u
aComplalnl for Divorce hat lien t. -1
acalnai vou b) thi above numiii PI
tiff and thai you are required to file
an Jjnewer or other reaponaive pi- >-1
iiik uiih th. Cli rk of the nl"i.
i'i.uii and :.....in cop) on V. ROB-
1-iltT CARLISLE, Attorney for dm
Plaintiff, ."ja Alhainhra Circle. Coral
nuind to'eerxe u iiip!
or other praallna 10 the cinidnlnt on llih
ih- I'lalntiff'a attorney. LESTER judg
ROOERS. who-e addreaa la 147.4 N W
'7th X!.nue. Miami. Florida 33125. and
tile th. original with Ihe Clerk of the
.1 Ci.urt, on or before tl"
'.'Mb day of Mm'. IMI, or (i DeXaull
wll i ared afralnal \ mi
DATED lb .'-ml diiv of April, 1971
E It I.EATHERMA'I
Clerk of Circuit CoeVat
lix i Ci "t).MAN
iiinuitCourtSeal, ^
rhla 11134 oa or beaore the
of M.,1. IMI, or a delKUlt
no t xx, 111 h, iii.ri-d aRalnxt 'U
(ni ih. relief demanded m the Om-
idauii for IV. or,
DONE and nRKERED in Miami.
Dade County, Florida thla Hal i1
April. I7I
17 ll I BATHERMAN
del I mult Court
I ,.,ii. i ount) Florida
llx R XI KISSEE
I I. I Utx lliTk
(Cln uit Court Seal)
4/30 6/7-14-11


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+ lfir
Friday, Mcry 21
1971
THE GOOD UFE
ATSHEVUOTHTIME
plenty of fruit and cheering Maxwell House
It's just one of the happy things
about Shevuotha sumpu.
dairy meal, featuring golden
byntzes, an overflowing fi
bowland all tfa
drink. Cheering Maxwell H
of course. Yes, M
bcli Dgs! B< .--,
taste has been. :th
yomtov occasions for aim N
half a century. How about
a fresh made cup right now ?
Instant or Regular.
ri Instant or Regus
^"good to the last drop
K
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KOSHI .
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