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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
June 4, 1971

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
June 4, 1971

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
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AA00010090:02209

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Related Items:
Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of South Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of North Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of South County
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Preceded by:
Jewish unity
Preceded by:
Jewish weekly
Succeeded by:
Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper

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" "*' ---. .- -.. ,-. ...... ,: ., -" -........,.: .. .. .. .- 0-
eration Dedicates New Home Sunday
Miami Jewish
iicato its new
Biscaync Blvd.
A 3:00 4:30
' will prea de
lion ceremonies
1:30 to 5:00 p.m..
deration prcsi-
ced. Stanl-y C.
. fDfTOwfAl PAGf 4-4
Myers. Federation's first prcsi-
wi!l tar** as chairman of
the event.
The new building's entire eo*t
was funded by thi Century
a group of 100 community lead-
en who shared equally In ;..
DfWC4TI0N SUPPLIMINT SfCTIOn C .. .
construction expense under the
leadership of Joseph H. Kanti r.
chairman.
The site at 4200 Biscavne
Blvd. w.is purchased in 1968
r a four-year search for a
suitable place to build conducted
by a Federation committee un-
d< r the chairmanship of
i iaenstein.
i.i .
A consortium was formed by
Samuel Adler. Stanley Arkin
and Robert Miller, who donated
th> ir contracting si rvices to the
Jewish community.
Ft deration's new home will
also house the campaign 1:
quarters for the Combined J
ish Appeal-Israel Lmeregi
Fund drive, the Federation's
ecutivi. budgi ting and
planning offices, the Burea-. >f
Jewish Education, thi National
Council of Jewish Women
Hadassah.
fewisli Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UN/TIT and THI JEWISH WEEKLY
Number 23
Miami. Florida Friday. June 4, 1971
Price 20c
forists Threaten
wre Kidnappings
KJTA> The
r the Li bora-
_fcas threatened
^raeli diplomats
Us are taking
||y. the Jewish
has learn d
fee sour
Is by th- \-
in ten
fa the Wake of
of Ephraim
ul General in
Turkish terrorists
The PFLP ap-
kt has a Kooi
and rui % .\
an exploit,
and would uji-
j the rolea
by i
believe the
nm\ hme
to kldii.tnoiiiK
1 It will Im-
po.l .lit lull-.
^UackinKv
Tieport. th.-
' off-1", d to
I to Israeli
Jjh their in-
follow.
Blade, due
l that
police pa-
ler. F.lrom's
J was found
(tin. i:iN defended the Turkish
:illl hunt u .' refusal to negotiate
with the ( misiil i,i'iht:iI\ ab-
dm tnrs. "Any Hurrender to ter-
rorUta ultimately harms democ-
racy." the\ noted.
According to the Indon Sun-
day Times, Mr. Klrom's death
lias sparked a wave of anti-Arab
fii ling in Turkey Reports from
Ankara said that nine hangings
and possibly more may result
from the tragedy if the Turkish
police prove that the so-called
"Turkish Peoples Liberation
Army was responsible. The
JTA was informed that it has
definitely been established that
his killers were trained in Arab
guerrilla camps.
t.li.hul Ttii Bday, one of the two
Turkish souths holding the 14-
y at old daughter of a Turkish
Army ma |or cap) Ivi waa (il
wounded during the fight with
her resc k :v She had been hi id
ige for ii.. '. than two days
ir. her own home while an SI
erou how |i d for their
ition.
The two had shot and wound-
ed a woman who recognized
th. m from the wanted posters
ted throughout the area and
a man bystander before fleeing
Mai Dincer Erkan'a hom<
and seizing the girl. Th. y had
allowed h.r mother, 10-year-old
brother and the female servants
to leave, however,
iws Briefs
'$ Dispute
||- Spokcs-
ggf the Cum-
ncy Em-
0, which
gainst the
Sati.'i since
that I-oo
I vice presl-
Ition. is at-
ithc union.
1, however.
^Hves around
Qati eXOOS-
k, if agreed
[Bonds $7.5
wo vears.
dozen Jewish
petition ask-
In, ranging
tontits to 19
to go to Is-
^Bd declaring
tag of our
children to the state of Israel as
long ai we ourselves are not al-
lowed to go."
'Leak' Controversy Leaked
JERUALEM Premier Golda
M.ir's threat to resign if high-
1, vel government discussl u
continue to be "leaked" to the
was promptly leaked to
the pn u Proposals to pn
future leaks, it was reported,
Included the shadowing of news-
ai i i abira i minlsti is. in-
-. d n. wsp ipi r o n*
and security guards.
Pompidou Visits Air Show
PARIS (WN8I After Pi
dent Georges Pompidou opt ni d
the International Air Show at
i.e Bourget Airport, he visited
the Israeli Pavilion where Israel
has Its first home-built commer-
cial JetS the ''Jet Command, r-
and the "Arava" on display.
What's happening here.
At I wrote Mils article, the lost in a series to appear in the Jewish
Fkndian, I was lifting in my office at the Greater Miami Jewish Federa
tiaa preporing far the assignment meeting ef the outstemdinq Initial
Gifts cards. At this time I waaM like to share with yaw a few thoughts
about that meeting and other facets of ear Combined Jewish Appeal
Israel Emergency Fund campaign.
la order for Miami Jewry to meet its obligations to both the
people of Israel and the agencies that serve Jews here in Miami and
across the nation, I emphasized the other night that even though we
hove the mast successful campaign in Miami's history, we must now
achieve increased gifts from these 300 outstanding cards which represent-
ed SI million to last year's campaign, but also achieve increases from
the $500,000 of valves in other cards which contributors have not yet
pledged to oar 1971 effort.
The meeting the other night emphasized the one Jewish characteristic
that makes ate proud to be a Jew. That trait is concern concern lor
the aged, concern far the Jews in Russio, concern for the people ef Israel
and concern for each other in all ways.
And the concerned dedicated leadership of the Greater Miami Jewish
community, for the High-Hisc Division, the Trades I Professions Division,
the Women's Division, and other oreas of the campaign, have each express-
ed their commitment ensuring that Miami will meet its commitment.
On Juno 17th, Governor Reubin Askew will meet with the leadership
of the 1971 CJA-IEF compaign at the Pacesetter Awards Dinner-Dance.
This is now our target date.
We all wont to tell the people of Israel by June 17th, and our local
agencies which serve thousands of Jews, thot Miami has fulfilled its com-
mitment. This is our target date for completion of all outstanding cords,
as well as securing as many new gifts as possible.
If you hove already made your commitment, and you've mode your
best effort, please review that commitment and make a second effort to
raise year 1971 CJA-ltF pledge.
Ask yourself: Will I live any differently if I double or triple my
pledge in 1971?
//a^Ju>
oral Chairman: Joseph H. Kanter
Greater Miami Jewish Federations
1971 Combined Jewish Appeal
and Israel Emergency Fund Campaign
New Pact Won't Affect Peace Effort
CAIRO Egypt has sent other
nations all ovi r the world mes-
- ol assurance that its n. w
15-yeai friendship treaty with
thi Soviet I'nion will not affect
its efforts to achieve peace with
Israel.
Diplomatic sources said there
were four points made in the
messagM sent: 111 There is
nothing in the treaty that con-
stitutes encroachment on Egyp-
tian sovereignty: t2' rh<' treaty
will not affect Egypt's freedom
of movement toward a peaceful
settlement of the crisis with Is-
rael; (3) The treaty, in effect,
formalizes past agreements and
existing cooperation with the
Soviet I'nion; (4) It does not
give Russia any facilities in
Egypt I'd id not already have.
Itical analysts in Jerusalem
took tin view, howevi r, that the
pad is 'definitely a Soviet suc-
ii u the first time Russia
has taken on a commitment to
provide Egypt with the means
for offensive action, thereby
strenglhoning Egyptian circles
who ho|e for a military solution
to the Middle East conflict.'


Page 2-A
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Fndc\
fcV Announces Club Awards
Breakfast And Open House
Flva oul teem of the
Jewish Identity Program, which
; d to lu'lp t.-. v. iffen res
U m > : 'WlW-ntn If '
"Wh.it la J*w" and How can I
Inculcate the values, tradition! and
- ) o ler t'>
betti r functioning IndMd-
i v thin our society," will be
ognitton for their
\s"'k in the Jewish Identity pro-
gram during the Club Award
'{ si Sunday at 10 a.m in
th.' Golden Key Room of tho "Y."
8500 SW Btti St
In addition to these awards,
h ill be fci> en to the out-1
- n Hng cluba >! the YMHA
tua i A iba in the follow-
ing categories: Outstanding Club,
IJ.-t Ail Amend Club, afosl Im-
proved Ciub. Community Servian
Uai '. Fellow ship Aw
'- Fall President and B
: | President.
Marty I latowaky. Teen Sup
\ ~ j: :v in charge if the Jew
Ida '.t:t\ Program .ind th,- TV
Cluba t the "Y
'Make A Friend At the YMHA
was selected for the theme of >
i i>pen H use tcheduii :.tun
10 ,i.:n. to 8 p.m. S indaj J 1 ;
.it the Central Y." Member I imi-
will b> brirujiiiK their frt
use !'-' facilitii and |
to act 'hi YMHA in action.
The YMHA ls also opening
d ion to tho entli Miami i
munity and there will be no feei
or rl mj l>r Will un
Let n cha man 4 the M tnb i
ship Committee, announoad
Hot part of
n to obt
it ion nd the
era.
"V n th
Dr W :..-\.n. Mrs, B- n Bt in
t> Matz, Mr and Mn Sandy
Bochner, Mr and Mrs Edw I
Mr and Mrs Milton B
Mn Arthur Roth. Dr.
Mrs R v Mr. aad Mrs
A Mn s dney Rud-
Mr and Mn Stank y K rp
Mr and Mrs. I- Shapiro, J icV
Fertig, Mr. md Mrs J.ick Katz-
Solomon, Mi
'. '' Mr

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tivitii udU i>. 1 itured > the V
Worn S I Klnder^rti n
: thai 1.11
tment, Senior CM
Health ai d PI | lv-
partmenl i by the
Summer Day Camp Committee.
5p events : th di > will in-
clude adult i isketball
matches, paddl.- i I t< ei
,:it.
An all new "Y"' Circus Bi
Bar facility will have Its
opening that day and a bar!
supper will served, I
.--d.
Officers Installed
By Yaung Israel
\ record
,d Young Isra- I of Greater Mi-
I l in-
S
the congregation
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HELP DOUGLAS GARDEN?
WITHOUT SPENDING A DIME!
Funds earned by the Jewish Home for the i
Thrift Shop at 7300 N.W. 27th Avenue, in mS
portant part of the Home's 'oper^td
I
are an im
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Do you have furniture, appliances, beddm.
cameras, clothing, sporting goods or any J?
saleable merchandise which you no longer mi
or can use?
Do you know someone, a friend or a neighs
who is redecorating? Perhaps a hotel, an jp*
ment house. Tell them about our Thrift Shop
Douglas Gardens has serious financial r*^
since 80 of its 222 residents are public werfo,
recipients. With increased operating costs, and
public assistance payments in Florida the lowest
of all states, the Home urgently needs your help
to maintain its high quality care. May a count
on your support?
Just phone 696-2101 and arrange fcr ourtnrj
to pick up your merchandise.
And remember contributions to the Hv*
Shop are tax deductible.
The Douglas Gardens family resioW
Board and staff thank you.
AARON KRAVITZ
JHA Vice President
Chairman
Thrift Shop Committee
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June 4. 1971
Golda Meir Urges UJA
eaders To Raise Cash
Meir, Prime Minister ol!
uiu-'il UJA li'.tdi'itti
sorel) needed c ish i
CJA-supported h imani-
ams in 1st i
:.- u.inl tO
:., : there Ik < i> ss
a I. > idI> opportunities
\ | ei in Ji'vv:> has a
. in helpintE these immt-;
This ha- been demon-
their effort in making
UJA C'iiinpnicn larger
ix !; -v iousiy." she laid
..! telephone hook-up to
- i in is communities
' uii l Si ites, Includ
ited th< urgent
t i maintain vital km-
.. which n
Sility ol worl i
' \ :< effort Invohed
\ it's p!i '_ > Mr*
hui I hoi' you ill mi-
"i much n a t ap-
commitments i)i i n made, it is akaoiutciy
you to raise aa much
Eile in ttv vwj i
1 i 'tion ..i the number who are
I pleading to come to
Isr el The) have a heroism and a
th it is difficult to defina
A'"' >nvincotj thnti the}
will wm in the end."
Joseph II Kanter, chairman of
the i Ire il M m Jewish Feder-
ition'i 1971 CJA-IEF campaign
in urgin j prompt payment ol
Promises gave
them a di -.. n, but only cash c in
make 'i come true."
+Jewish fh>rkkari
Adult Education Forum Set
To Hold Summer Meetings
The Spinoza Forum for Adult
Education, founded in 1935 by Dr.
Abraham Women, will continue to
meet during the summer month-
mi Thursdays :*i 10 a.m. in the
Washington Federal 1234 Wash-
ington Ave Thomas Davkloff and
h icl Burstein serve as chair-
men.
Schedule for the coming month
was to include a talk l>\ Dr. Wolf-
son on "I i.- LI I ..t Spinoza" on
June ': 'Spinoza; <;<>d" with phi-
losopher Meyer Scherlff and Dr
Wolfson on June 10: "Intellectu il
Lm-e oi God" on June 17. and
Spinoza's Ethics" on Juno 34,
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Volume 44
Friday, June 4, 1971
Number 23
11 SI VAN 5731 '
A Momentous Occasion
Tie formal dedication of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation's new building, which will take place Sunday
afternoon, will be a momentous occasion in the history of
the fastest growing Jewish community in the United States.
Although it is a building which will house a number of
community agencies, meeting a long-felt need, this is not
its reel significance, important as proper housing for effici-
ent functioning.
Tie new home of Federation, the Combined Jewish
Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund, the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion, the National Council of Jewish Women ond Hadassah
is a symbol that represents a mature Jewish community in
a setting that does the entire community proud. It is a
monument to an ideal, not just to a small group of men
cs important as they were in making this building possi-
ble and for whose foresight and leadership we must all be
grateful.
The ideal is the continuity of the Jewish people through
self-help as represented by Federation and the people and
cgencies which have sustained us and brought us to this
happy day of dedication.
Next Year May Be Too Late
Israel's social and economic problems are coming to
light during this period of uneasy peace, and stories of
Jewish "Black Panthers" demonstrating against discrimina-
tion are only one of many to surface. The latest issue of
Look magazine, for example, features the multitude of prob-
lems it is predicted Israel must face once the war in the
Middle East comes to an end.
With almost all the money from the most-heavily taxed
people in the world going into defense, it is not surprising
that there are great social problems brought on by inade-
guate housing and unmet educational and welfare needs.
The necessity to absorb thousands of immigrants from all
parts of the world, to teach them a new language and train
them for new jobs, is a monumental task. It can only be
done with the help of Jews all over the world, but it won't
be done as long as so many of us here in America fail to
support the Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Fund while we bask in the glory that Israel's heroic fight
for life has brought all of us.
If you ore concerned about these problems show it
now; next year may be too late.
Soviet intentions in Doubt
Moscow's response to the recent visit of Secretary of
State William Rogers' to the Middle East was to surprise
Western diplomats by coming up with a 15-year friendship
treaty with Egypt.
The treaty goes beyond simply supporting the Arab
cause. It also gives the Soviets a legal basis for building a
Red army in Egypt, a feature which diplomats see us build-
ing a new colonial possession in the Middle East. In this
sense alone the agreement poses a threat to world peace,
not simply to that of Israel.
Important treaties such as this do not happen over-
night and it is obvious that at the same time Sadat was
sweet-talking the American Secretary he was offering his
country as a captive to the Russians. Whether or not this
latest move threatens the balance of power in the Middle
East, as the Israelis claim, it casts serious doubt on the
sincerity of the Russians in their parallel moves toward
negotiating differences with the United States. Much as
the world desires peace, not only in Vietnam but in the
Middle East, the constant shifts of Sobiet policy leave a lot
of doubt as to their intentions.
exchanged between Secretarj of
State William Regan
Egypt i': lidenl Anwar El 8a<
1st, all th.it passed between
,i Rogers' main
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enemies, his first act was to
end a group of Kast Bloc tech-
nicians packing,
The technicians wert about a
I Kast (M-rmans who ran
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Browsing through Bartlctt I
in m irch of n phrase that I
nothing to do with this column,
ma across one that stru.-k
me as approprlaU to my m -i
after reading last week L
in Washington and Tal!thai
I rf.port nothing new for
. ir re idei i in eon n
on the bearings conducted bj
Senati Cbmmltte I i
;>! il lent
missions havi | .
the White li
It w
*pt eased n th it Mr
Nix >n. like number of bis
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in ''n grvater prob-
non
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] U 11 md confirmed baft
- | it ma .rvt itudaes
Icadll epotta tfl it are then
\ 'Tican pastime
x>t only intellecu-
al -i>rt and games but. what
maj 'h> mora important in a
>. >>h*.
I>FM*1TE th.' record of non-
mplishment) n should be
then are some 300
-idential commis-
In id.1 tlon to Baa anas
:ty and thai
. can really
t then l< democratic
of about 20-
>v staffs totaling
pie.
" thi< is at
p it '.
md thaw i* no ac-
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an I she Inevitable re-
born states
'ties as well,
wiiti I our own St li.-
ttee buried i
srhlefc
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news report! continue t..
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+Jm1stl fbrMitr
Page 7-A
This Week In History .
In yean \jo Thi. Weeks i;>:ti
banker, phllan-
utitarl in, only
cob Srhifi and
|. Felix Warburg
i jcev v rk it M minus a
;;;->:: B V
it. : t-Grand si-
nan at K*

'i ecnn ] \ m
lalizcd i i Ser-
Hnanc I ad-
Ani'Tic in Joint
I .'. ^ i : 1 -,!m-
\ i [hi wai 10" time*
iha..... "f the p
u -
U i Wall < '"tivr
I M Hltm owned th
but t'i-" tars must have frae
L,. for devotton except for mom
|f << no blowing of the
trars \so This Waaki 1961
:, .I.-. Hid th- puh-
-! report th.it Israeli guivv
i \\.--t Orrfnany h.l btefl
I i Portu I '. whu-h a i n
.- ienrv for.-. v li i'i
ex-Nazi Franz Von
cncal warl i \
Joach Prlnz, pre* dent ol
Ai J -vish <" tngTeJB,
Ing isolal tnism
tens to splint'T a
in unity lift ,:i,l to
i fnntfu
'n i- Amerie n Jews
l- [ > in I td AFLrCXO pn
I '.. (felaon R
n l Um Vn .
r rhood M d ol th* J<
Semin iry of America '
inr irl d h .
Nail horron from
camp rain Ivors, one
implicating him din ctly A Treb-
link i un ivor reported 10,000
ously in 1.) mi:,
''"" Frankfurt
r the modi-
'''' '' : Nad Dr
M< ned a notl
boat im l0
Matzer Named For
Top Sky Lake Post
2135 NE 204th St
' i. is the i
Skj I. :
Mr Mntrer, who hi- served on
'"' Bo ijrecl >rs for the past
'"'" >"' md h. v.,:.- have)
' attending the
ynagogue'a William and Sara
Udell Hebrew 3
s. rvlna. with Mr Matzer during
I ,h< coming year nil] be H
Khrlleh, honorary president; Paul
Venzc ind Leo Nelson, vice presi-
dents; Abe Panzer treasurer, and
Asheri l n jel in secretary.
Elected to thi Board of Direc-
aere Herbert Gold, Max Hei-
mowitz. Philip J iff, Norman Lleb-
in, Morion \[ ,j,P! j:.k M;l.
' WIIU .:i Sk :. Theodore Slg-
man. Morris Sob. l Charles Ster-
enfold I-.A ,-, | Mor.
ton '/
Farewell To Freedom Brunch
' ':':" Oi O Sisterhood's
annual Farewi : Fro

for mothers of scho
'''' its close
''"' the i listed for
j the tempi : h ill
-r .t l" .i Mrs :
- rhood w ;.- and
......i pn iklent, and Mrs
M .\ Form i" n [ lent
ANCHOR ELECTRIC!
S..,r Rmodl(ng.
Wiring to< A C '
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attend a f i< ultj hearing
Hi ty Prof, Leo
Kohi political ad\ isor to the V -
eign Ministry and drafter of It-
raeligaasattased i'oiiNtuutiujurfl*d
In Jei usalei I G
Pn mi.r David Ben-Gurion met in
Paris with President Charles di
' iaull md i .. irtedlj n
ill ti undersl inding on all
is" in 70 s
The i I nation foi Ar-
gentine Jewrj the Deleg ic
lit '- Argentinas,
": I 'AIA m inized, with
the presidi rig to Dr I- tac
Gold, nberg, join m en I irj
eral ol the Ai enl ic Mapal Party
and former chairman of the Ar-
gentine Zionist Organization.
Israel Shochat, director general
' of Israel's Police Ministry and
founder of the "Shomer" self-de-
fense organization, died in Tel
\^ \\ al 73 yc ira of age.
(From ill. i i.- of th .itai
Stuart Rothchild. president, presents a plaque honoring the
late Dr. Michael Goodman to Eugene Greenspan, executive
director, on the occasion of the renaming of the Jewish Voca-
tional Service facility at 318 NW 25th St.. which henceforth
will be known as the Dr. Michael Goodman Building.


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Pace 8-A
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"Y' President Announces
Three Major Appointments
Rabbi Stern To Be Feted
At RZ.Vs National |>i,,er
ran A Beretin, his been m chairman of the Executive Com-
tbc tnlttee of the y.mywha of Gre it
YY-YWHA Miami WU also announced II
on the Leiawre Thna and
ilttee of Jearlah Federation
ii. .- Asao iti Fi 'h''
Rabbi Titx>r Stern, spiritual
.. r if the Jacob C Cohen Oom-
C m Miami Beach.
Talmiid-
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which our
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Cording to an announcement nude
b\ Jack Katzman. newly elected
pr- dent.
presently involved in condominium
development in the state of Flor-
ida A graduate of Temple Univer-
sity and University of Miami Law
M-. Berezin. former Director of Scho.il. he is a former As-
Support and Development of Na- i>u|,. County Attorney, a past
tior^l Jewish Welfare Board, re- Roard Chairman and cofounder of
ceived his B.A. decree from the Horizon* School and :s active In
Ul .eraitj >f Illinois and gradu- civic and philanthropic endeaVOTI
atci in the upper lOH of his d las
., Blaster*! degree bi Social
W k from Washington Univer-
BitJ St. Louis. Mo He has long
! active in Center Work with
prii ary background at the Jewish
Oommunlty Center of St. Louis a<
a E~oup worker and work super-
Vt I
T- an Olster. whose appointment
il. sen s ,.s .
the VM-YWHA.
\ice president of
Stanley R. Gilbert, who II
named chairman >f the IV. .
Directors of the YM-YWHA >
Greater Miami, is former vice
|ai ililanl of Temple Beth Am He
h is served on the Budgel Commit-
tee of Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration for thn
STUtur i. cjimtt
YMHA.
The Officers. Board of Directors
and Board of Trustees will hold a
dinner-reception Tuesday in the
Vs Grand Ballroom in order t>
. the Board of Directors and
their wives an opportunity to meel
the new executive director.
Arthur Rosier* in, executive vice
presidenl >: th>- Greatei Miami
Jewish Federation and Vlto
. \. cul <\ I I president .'
the United Fund of i>ade Count)
h ive kdntly scheduled an a?'
noon reception Friday. June 11. in
the Golden Key Room of the Y
where Mr Rerezm will meet with
SXSCUtive directors and pres . >f VoeV. agencies
Wein \V ill Address
Mesivta Graduates
High School
M
i it 9 p m.
Sunda) in tin um of th->
Tree
Dr
!- : | Wein chairman of
the faculty of the Maaivta. ndH
It the graduation which
also will feature a dramatic pres-
entatiOO by the graduates.
Rahbi Alexander S Gross. pr:n-
pal I Wsf Mesrrta. Mid that all
five iDenihers off the gisxhiaUm | BshUcal id
members of the National i treditional ,
Honor Society. fluency ted State,
Th.is,' recelvtag diplomas are
Pi \ -kerman. Mirk Greenspan
a, Martin stur-
I Martin Wansern
R
the T
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tion
triev
a roundei I -
the An md
h.is b
Organ/'
dent of UH
The P.
10 I is
catt-d
as a Jen
Pythians to fleet New Slate
A BOW slate of officers for the |
1971-73 year will be aaactad al the |
. v .' the George (
Ger hwin Knights of Pythias I
Lodge M mdaj it 7 ."*> p.m. in Mm ,
Su fs Community Center Chan-
- Commander Richird Was-
Mrman will preside, and a social
hour will foli,>
m
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WINSTONS
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riday. Jun 4. 1971
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Vage 9-A
'Growth Program' For
Teachers, Educators
\ pn reastonal growth program
: s and educators utiliz-
t. si research methods <>f
ton Reaearcfa [natitute, will
id \i week accordln
i uncement m ids by N it<
ii (i aor iham .1 I',
' rrr.iti of the Oomm
h l.'iw. ilton ol the S mth-
n of I
u i an, "i the
'I an I E f Jev

Btioru irt ting In
. ,'',' ; I B 'th
p| it ion, B 'tli I> i\ id ('".'
T< triple Menor ih. Temple
Hollywi od ngn
i R; phael, Temple i >r i Mom
Beth El of Weal I
T< triple Beth Israel of Ft.
an I Temple Ju.k.,.
Ruth '/.. veteran
: liner >: the Melton Re-
Institute, a or inch of the
- hi i Institute of th.- Je,vish
Theological Seminary of America
will be th- professional leader of
the threi -'. .> mf< rence.
Mis. Zielenziger h is It mght to
rs the "dynam-
I
The
y cours. iomi
-. .-
of a
Vfter the ti
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| .... .. .
nd send the t ipes
a ilu ttion.
Th" prol c mferei
open onlj to I ngregatiom
which have already rega
rhirty t< achera ind i I I
'' le in attei dance, Th.'
subject of the onference will be
>: of The Five B ks
of the Torafi in the school, with
ipecial emphasis on the !>>ok of
i ; nes -
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If you're rich
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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
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Our catering director. Charlotte Horn, is without peer on
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Charlotte Morn, JE 2-25C1.
Bureau Holds Final Sessions For Year
Attorney-banker Sam I. Silver,
a member of the Board of Gov
ernors of the Honda Bar and
former president of the Dade
County Bar Association, has
been elected to the National
Board of Directors of the Amer-
ican Arbitration Association.
Mr. Silver serves us secretary
and counsel for Inter National
Bank of Miami.
Two final meetings of th'- Bur-
eau of Jewish Kducation are clos-
ing its sessions for the present
school year, according to Leonard
Zilbei t. president.
At the meeting of school di-
rector! ti i' held Thursday the
courses outlined by the Bureau tn
ew sc!i, duling of ju
,md senior high schools or quin-
mesl
Thi outl i nini
i- well as new un I
tors, who have
the new
I .'.'-.. i|
sessions on the various problems
confronting school administration.
The Board of Directors will holJ
its final meeting of the school >e ir
at th- home of Mr. and Mrs. Al-
bert K. Ossip on June 9. The meet*
ing will llscussion on th-?
Bureau new approa<"he
u d accreditati n ol the schooup,
' : i\X\
hers and etinj
i W of tha
Bun
' will
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Voters Incorporated will hold
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Sepe and Constable Murray S.
Meyerson. Harry Levy is group
president
Talk By David Abramowitz
A talk on "My Tnp to Russia."
with slides ,-ind films, will be de-
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son of Rabbi Maver Ahram i\v:t/
spiritual leader of Temple Menor-
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Tuesday at x p.m.
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Question
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Removing The I Inclean
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Mil IMaMI ntaminal u ;"'M" '"l,T'! *
i it ii liv d**08**'' h'"! VKl' cannot taken to mean liv won
Ih. im of moral and ethicalif** t^iXm] *] lnwual '
.,urli | ity. Ifnoranee, hatred we musl ipp> u ince oi pun
not turn our backs on thi Dairy producU are da ijn
In recent years, science has mar-1tlon "' Pi brotherhood and -1 humility, in th il was
rt at the msights afforded bj itsidered that the acqu
I'ui.ih learning and the inspii it
*w sceeptour ties ,,,. ,,.f,:n serves to n ih
. m the light f our Jewish her I i ..,, humble in Ma irayi
>uki :- po ,h. spi,;,." r 7" fl"f'" '' ,Ji":;'--'1 Other, :laim that cot
|d. .. tion to remove the unclean ind to 4411. foods Shavuoi In re-
protecl th.- purlt) ol our ,.,, after the Torah
Unfortuaatel} all ->i in come in] "unity.
< ntaci with "the dead" liter-
u u Sky Lake's First
umaj unclean. We are cor-
l i Bibliaal concern for dealing
i ih th leper and other classes of
persons. Our
Class Graduating
i m i enter oar hom % in th.-
I v reports or '
n -.
The William i id Sai h l' k II
il. breu Sd
We eflledby the w talij '"'' ''/ ho!(i :'
lei : w'i on the origin u daj n >i.
ted a I
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rVe unclean by the con-
1 mi.' '., presence of the -
t e pa thi drug addicts and
monies for its Rial lual
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#NSHE EMES. 2i33 SW Itth Avi
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowits 2 '
ETH AM (TEMPLE). S95C N Kan-
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Htrbert Baumgara. Cantor M deal
4-tTT.
ETH DAVID. 2A.-S SW 3rd Ava.
Conaervative Rabbi Sol Landau
TIFERETH JACOB (Temple) 51 E
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d.an Ave Orthndoa P.aod A
Ben.Mill-l.
JACOB C. vUHIN COMMUNITT
SVNAGOGUE IM? Washington Ave
Orthodox Rabbi Tibor H. Starr
Cantor Meyer Engel ?*
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KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave
O'thodea. Rabbi David Lehrf.eid
Cantor Abraheim Seif 27
MENORAH ITFM*l7l tm mi, '*MOH* (TEMPlBi 44 Zamora Ava
,V?r Ari.2. Cons.rvat.ve Rabb, Mai.veil Sorter
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NORTH MIAMI Kni|.,y T J. pal Katnrdaj s m i .. -------------
BETH MGSHE CONGREGATION Ullaval Shorn r* laiincanaii
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Rabbi Joseph Gorfinkel, Cantor ________ BETH ISRAEL tsmplE' S47
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Mc-roe
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ETW TOV (Tempie). S438 SW Sth BETH ISRAEL~77o"40th St. Orthodox
St. Conservative Rabbi Simon i Rabbi Berel Wem it
April. Cantor Seymour Hinkea tl -------
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j-.AEL (Tampia) OP GREATER Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahw T. Swir.
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af'i'ing hen it
RABBI MAXWELL BERGER
Sr-inntdl Ltaif of
Trmf)U Ziawn
Carol Gokle*
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Rabbi Daw Razancwaig 23 '"i*1 (TEMPLE) of NORTH DADE
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EMANU-KL (TEMPLEl 1701 w..h Rabb. Ralph p. K.ngsley Cantor
mgton Ava. Conservative Rabbl Iry. Irving Shulkaa.
ing Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adier J4 pi
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Robert L. Siegel Reeleeted
Temple Menorah President
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Frida
y. June \ *
letters to the editor
EDITOR. The Jrwi-Ji FloridUn:
Your editorial "Illusions Stripped
Away"' comparing Kahane even by
inuendo to cither Riblx ntiop or
Molotov must not be permitted to
be unanswered.
As a delegate to the Brussels
Conference. I have witnessed the
anger of rtie people when Otto
Preni;nci-r referred to the Confer-
ence is N.i/is. and if not for his
hnmediati apology he would have
been carried down bodily from the
podium.
M .lew shall evi mp ir.' b) any other J< w t>' i N a The
six milll
a:-, apology from Tne Jewish Flo-
ridian for such an Irresponsible
rial.
R ib .-. M. ir Kah -. !i >
will s ii-vive .^ 111 iron* His
errora how grave 'hoy may be do
not c imp ir to thos inity
and nation 11 confen i eea I ir '' i
.- Jew rj who have i" i
y, i f r ia\ ins Tie single Russl u
J< a R im m .' u !< not oil
our New Vi at 'i gn
they want food p-
want lead
they ". mi i si i -. lo proi I
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Ezra Fun I "f the R
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Tlv f Meir K
being connected with the undor-
world wore far from proven aecu-
rate; his arrest for transporting j
arms interstate did not produce |
convictions yet, and it :< not for
newspapers to conduct public
trials and act as judge and jury.
I beg of you to retract your ac-
cusations and apologize for com-
paring a lellow Jew to a Nazi.
Such thing should have never hap-
pened and 1 hope that it will not |
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Page 13-A
JM.S
Max Lerner
Sees It
NEW YORK New York is a city of hardened people, but
ih< n two cops were shot coldbloodedly in a police car l they
I j Mirvived) and then two others were shot in the buck
I killed in Harlem, a wave of nausea swept the city. It suf-
! ,i crisis of confidence in itself a crisis of belief in the
, Capacity to deal with the benerk terrorists without going
I i -t in the process.
yonc is against killing cops everyone, thai is, except
I p killers, u i everyone except those who wouldn't do it
I Ivea but in whose hearta little fire* are lit when the) re id
i roeone else h is done II be
-t plus.- It yo i an ... ,..,, ,u. i
' sIk ",l- : -1 th tiona
in which they thrive.
LET t's FIT an end to this nindli pg but
nd also to tl hatred
a!i;i-Ii feed the flames that fit ih se k.
i lid n m In New York u I thi i citi '
: killed, tti t fust "pi iln u I sin |
irder, but not quite so plain n ir quit so simple
\-i individual who kills someone h>' knows. ,,ut > rnu I r
I -n't Infect others. Hut someone who kil
t kill tnyone he knov linst whom he nourishes i
he kills i category the way Hitler's storm ti
the way lyncheri In the So ith use I I i, the w ij the ter-
: ippers did hist the other daj in Turkey. Whoever kills
> thinks he is a h. ro an i basks In his b lat he has
. tapped i pipeline to historj or justice.
:: iparks (he tame Impulse In others, and he gets
. them. Including many who would not themselves kill.
Cr iV
POLICE OOManOMONgB HI KPllY. himself one of the
PS, says the killings are "Undoubtedly the work of mad-
To call them madmen, bums, punks is one way of stripping
t <>f the mystique of "revolution" in which they try to
i themselves.
Important to strip these murderers of their revolutionary
But I go further; it is important to strip revolution It-
the mystique of beinn somehow above the standards of
v v tlity and language that bind mere cathlings to the
i each other. I am not speaking now of toughs and
There are presumably gentle people who seem sensitive
k i but who feel that if destructive deeds are done for
volution" whether black or white they are shriven
i washed In the Mood of the Leninist or Maoist lamb.
beta of "fascist pigs" and "racist pigs" may be uttered
i or In cold calculation, but the collective violence we
r olution cannot succeed unless it has first broken down
--ary sense of confidence between police and the i*' iple,
- what the haiil-core revoluti tnaries mean t i >wi
it let them.
rut: HKAO ok tiik POLICE Edw ird J Kiernan, had a
I ysteria of Ins awn doubtless fit of union electioneer-
''! when he advised police they had i right is prl
Eens to equip themselves with shotguns Ruling shotgun
D' beat Is no answer; nor .> shooting first and asking nues-
l iter,
m ths line would involve the police in what might
f become a race war. with bl ick cops and local black d-
caught in the middle, it would give credibility to the ti i -
by adding the charge of vigllantlam to the charge of
icism.
r is it a solution ias some well-meaning people idw
1 tim the control of the police over to the neighborhood and
the blacks in Harlem run their own police system. The
killings would continue, only the bl iek cops who died at
Of the same terrorists would be killed as "Uncle Tom
who had bet raved their race.
ft ft ft
THE HUH IIOPF. FOR both police and people is to use
> and reason toward each other Where copi nipt
number of them doubt leu ire ferrel them out
md punish (hem; where they are racial in their ooi
I or jast gun-happy, weed them out. In all these cases
"'it belong in their lobs. Don't hobble the rest with im-
-tiaint. and back them up in danger. Build pn
n. but with it build also a sense of human concern.
is th.- credo neither of a "bleeding heart" nor
{the quotes are Kiernan's) but of someone who be-
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Continued From rage 4-A
fidential" talks with his chief
Egyptian chum. Nasser's form-
er propagandist, Mohammed
Hassanein Heikai. maybe Heikal
knew the score and took Bergus
into the desert when he had
something major to say. But
Heikal was much hated by both
Sharawy Gomaa and the So-
viets' chlel Egyptian supporter,
the jailed vice president. Ali
S ibry, so Heik il, too, must have
been a prime target of the i-..i-sr
German wiretapping and bug-
ging experts.
The unintentional openness of
i U.S. diplomacy in Egypt
is onl; : rung of the
M r, consider, for
foi mer si cret po-
i- Go i Can anyone
p *e th it Gomaa hired E si
11 'i'v ms to mana ;e his wire-
l ipping ind bugging apparatus,
without a very clear Idea of
what h ng?
COXSIOEBIKO what some
I elieve in this coun-
hi inswei h i- to be that
me probably can manage
to suppose that Gomaa acted
innocently. But if you are real-
isti '. >u even rational, what
1 I '! 'a did must be taken :is
meaning that he was a full-
fledged, knowing and consent-
ing agent of Soviet power.
And the same must obviously
be said of a good number of
President Sadat's other enemies
IN REALITY, in short. Fgypt
came dose to being a subject
country before the near-revolu-
tion that President Sadat has so
ixildly achieved But it will be
surprising indeed if he has man-
aged to remove more than half
of the Soviet-contrived wiring.
Ixith electronic and human, in-
cluding human wiring in the
all-important army.
So then' is Sadat, who has
begun to pull out the Soviet wir-
whose dealings with the
Americans are also known, word
by word, to Egypt's recent 'cas-
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tion asked before in this spice
:nes extra-vivid now The
question is, what will the Soviets
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THE AMERICAN SCENE By: BEN GAUOB
Friday. Jun# 4
Rabbis Urged To Participate In Politics
fK W1DEL1 tv betk I th il
' ins ill uld M v Mlt of r*-
tivitj ma) hive been
a. i b) Um cui rent atrug-
.,..n .vi poUTi-
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includ-
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the I Macks, the Itlllan-Amer-
i >ad th. Irish, an aL-<> be-
n
bloc become
I thu- .i po-
tent '-' 'he rabbi
ha- responsibility to [rive
guidance and direction to this
lorce so that It nun be use
the betterment of the '
.: > he dd
bl Weinberger the I n
3cv> to ; the
Council A linst Poverty, the Ne*
Cttj pol :,'n,">
communities Jews watt became
(..r anti-povert} protrtams *
i:n-t meet In the 'new pol-
mhlch |uet ifj i" -1' 'K-
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have had no poUtl i
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Beating Plowshares Into Plywood
g\t\ km ini PI ii i aTlOSM define the kib-
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and more than .
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to all kttioui/ IdeokMQ and weight heavllj on
the conscience ol the ktbbuti membi
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uki*>HhrMiVan
UGAl NOTKE
UGAl NOTKI
Page 15-A
inn: -itntv jrDOR'S cocrt
I inij FOR DADBCOCNTY. FLOR-
L\,, 71 IMS N< rH'K TO CRED-
* ., ,\ i:i; I;-1.*t.- of MAM1K n
i..,,ii i. eased Y-.u en required
(n- m ,id. n.mr month* from the
,, it, .,,,..n .f thl notice i" Me
bove < 'out i "l u'" !, under
i u: i i 11- ile, any claim or
' ,| hii ii \>>u have or -hum lo
, mainsi lh* Batata ol MAMIE
I vfTCrl de< otherwise Mine
I ed EDITH II FI.EMIV:.
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NOTICE OF ACTION
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FLfcVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
>r FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOE
COUNTY CIVIL ACTION
NO. 71.9823
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
I, u HOFFMANN,
Ti.. i '
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. i i'tll< Road
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lifted that .. Bill i '"in
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* "U. and you are required lo
,,|,\ of ) "Ur AnrnvW 01 Plead-
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before the "* "li dm) !
- If you l.hi lo do ... hjdg-
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relief demanded In the
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khall be ful-liMi.-d once
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IN THE COUNTV JUDGE S COURT
'N AND FOR DAOE COUNTY
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71. 1&2S
In RE Berate ..f
MORRIS FISHER
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T .N?T,ICE TO CREDITORS
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ths fr.., Si
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IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71.698 (Primm)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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lh. i i ERNEST W CEOER-
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name .-i dupll. >ih and as pi
In s. lion -... Blorlda Statutea, in
it,, ir office* in ih.- Count) Court,.
'i. ii-. in Dnde County, Florida, wlth-
- \ ralendar moatha from the
tlm< ( rh.- fir-t publication hereof,
r the w m. \- ill he barred
Oafed at Miami, Florida, thii 4:ii
da) Man h. An 1971
'M.auvs a CBDRRORBN
a- Admlnlatfatrli
Plrat publication <( ilu- potlci
ih. nth i ii of May, IMI
KAY A MCNSON
Al '. : tdminlatratrix
:.-- [ngraham HuiI.Iiiik
B 14-11-21 i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEKEH) IHVEN that
ihe uii'iersiK'ii..ii. deairing i>> engage
l in buelneaa und.-r lh. fk'tltloua name
of TRITON I.IQI'oits at 2887 ('olllnH
Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida In
tenda ti ler Raid name with th<
' "Ii rk the I 'in un i iourl ol Dade
County, Florida
i u. a., inc
B) Joaaphlne Slkarohod
Pi. -i.l. ui
Ri MI- l. DAVIS I' v
Attorne) fur .1 M a.. In d b ..
Triton l.inuni-
- 2i-a i, 4-n
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-9417
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
IRIS '' i >1,TI IN
Plaintiff,
\ -
RICHARD A COLTON,
I >. l.u.l.ilK
111: RICHARD A Cl il.THN
i-" Highland Avenui
Jamaica, .N'. York : 11 .
You, lllCHAllli A COL.TON. ar.-
h< rat) nvUfled that Hill ol i"..m-
plalni lor Divorce ha* been Iliad
il you, and you ar,- r. tjuln I lo
J- rve a i op) of youi \ .-,. ... i',, ,.i
ing to the I.ill i Complaint "n ih.
Plnlntlfri ati.rn. >-. SIDNEY BFRON-
SON, (12 Alnale) Bldg., 14 N I; i-
Avenue, Miami. Florida 13112 and file
ii.. original Atixw.t ..r Pleading in
the office ..f the Clerk of the Circuit
i '..un on oi befi i in. Ith day of
.'un. I9T1. II on fail to .!.. -o ju.lit-
m.-iii b) d.fauli will I., taken again?!
>i.u for tin- relief demanded In th.-
Hill of Complaint
This notice >hail r. published once
.... h week for four consecutive treekn
in TIIK JEWISH ririRU'IAN'
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami
Florida, Una iiih day of May A D
l71
i: H I.EATHERMAN. Clerk.
Circuit '.ur;. Dade County, Florida
By: OOODMAN
!> run Clerk
iC.Iri uit "un Real >
EFRONSON I.ITMAN
14 N.E lvi Avenue
Miami. Florida
Attorney! for Plaintiff
. -. i-ii
LEGAL NOTKE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR '
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATt
No. 71-166i>
(FRANK B. DOWLING)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In UK: Entail
JACOB COHEN .,:-. known aa
JACK 11 "HE.N
|i.<-. a-..|
To aii Creditoi and All PersonagHi -
Mg i laim- ..i I .. i i.i mi- .\t ...if.. .
Eeiate.
You are heri by notified .1
quired to i 1U| de-
mand* "huh you inu) have agaii
Hi.- ealate of JACOB CoHeIN, ul...
kDOU ii as J.\i "K COHEN lecea
late ..f Dade County, Kloridu. to
Count) Judgcr .-; ii.ii. Cnuiily, ..
file the .-..m. :;. duplicate ..: l ...- pi
vided in Be. tion :. n Ploi Ida St.-
u'. >, in ill. ii- ..in. m In thi i '.,ui
<'.-ui ih.-us.- in Dade Count) Florid
within -i\ raJ.-ndai month* ti-.-m i
lime from Ihe first publication bei
of, '.r the name -.. ill he barred
Dated al .Miami. Blorlda, Ihia I
da) of May. A 1> 1"T1
I" 'in 'Till X CANTOR
OERTRCDE MYEKS
FRANKI.YN COHEN
Ai r.\.. uton
First publication tins notice
the I4ih da) "i May, I!>?1
SIMON, HAYS f. ORl'NDW ERO
Attorneys for i:\. ui..r
)01 Alnsle) Building
In 'me OHCUIT COURT OF THE
lELt.ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
N -ND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
No. 71-9229
N0T'CE OF INTENTION TO
IPPLV FOR CHANGE OF NAME
rr of
of JOHN'
H w M'.'IZ. .Ill lo
IN Bl INi IS V'AUENS
WHi iM IT MAY CONCBRN
I -ii.,i ihi undei
I r JoHN JOSEPH SCH
.. h.-.- r. -i.i. n.. addn
A i -.1 Street, m the Cltj
[ : ..i. 'ount) Bl- Ida, In-
nplj to the Hoi orable
i.H I, i l Judge
,, i'ir,-uii. In and t r
i .
vi ai i .. p m ..ii
ma] be h< ai 'I
r Prill
IHHN IOSEPH Si'll
11 -ii | i: wris
I i t ii i mi petll
ii he k nou n
P^TI Miam l k
lh da) : M
N IA1 UOIIKR
rn. Petition
... t 11 I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NiVTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN
the undersigned dealrlng i" .-- l.-... ,
in huineas under thi I tl u
f M \KY1. \N|i CRAB Id il'SK I
W 1:\.. Highway intenda lo
I nm-iT ih.. -aid name nh the
''I KIIK of the rill. TIT COCRT !
I'ADE <' 'I'M Y. PI ORIDA
Dated it M Blot la this 14th
da) of Mas
I.. Caaa R* ataurant. Inc
By MICHABt. 0 IRONZIK
MBI.VYN KBSSI BR. n
ral Wa)
Miami. Klorida
si ; ; i-n
NOTICE OF ACTION
I ^ME CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
ft FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COLNTY CIVIL ACTION
No 71.9778
SLIT FOR DIVORCE
I i -, ,\
NV Del -..lai.t
' I >BT1 >N
. I OBTON in
' a Hill ..f Con
'
i ire -. ai -i t. -. i \. a
* Answei r Pli
' i mplalnt on th.
RICH M:p \ HAMAR
Lve. Mian FU I
\ rr or V
, ol thi Clerk ,.f lh>
in on or fore Ihe 3"ili
... ...
del ui- ill |.. taken
lie relief den
'' mplalnt
UI be pul
weeks
ISH FloRIDIAN
k |Mi ORDBRBD b. M
' laj ol Ma] > 0
' BATHJSRMAN Clerk,
" i un Dad. i- ui i) r
P tX)PEI AND
! ooty let k
r-. Urt Seal)
L''\,l'.\ HAMAR B8Q
";,u-""-
Plaintiff
ll.lt
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT I
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 71-2013
In HE I :
i Rl [UN
knou : .- BADIB LEVEY,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
l All P. raoni H
M oi I raanda Against Sa il
> "ii iinr. ,1
' UI) lullli- and d. -
' thi
4ADIE ltd >IN, also known
.- s vi'i; i E\'E) d< ..i :..
I lad. i. I) Floi '. lo Ihe < 'on- -
I'.i. County i "d file th.- '
and as provld.
Blorld ut.
then he Coimi Court
Dade i '-"ir I rloi Ida
puhlioatl h. r. ,.f. or ihe ,
. me ;il 1"* barred
i. ,- i at Mlat ihia IS
\ i. 1971
V BERT R\ BY
i -..r
... nolle.
. -
SIM' IN H \v- *. flHI'Nlffl
I'v 111 ISKS .1 URCNDM BRH
i for A
i ley Ru
Miami i
i "
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREIN 'il\ KN
.
i
I pi I .ii< IM'BI ISHINO COMPANY
,-i | \i ami I

nh the Clerk ol thi i i ull
ol Da '
i'. PY SERVICE INC
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No 71.608
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
' RE Beta.....f
ANN A MERCIER
I...
To All and All P. raona H.,% -
i.- Claims or Demands Against Said
You ir- hereh. notified and re-
.,ii '. .1 i i any claims and d, -
i lands a ii h \ -n may hai -
. anna MERCIER i kite .-f Dud. County, Blorldn,
Count) Judges of Dad. ''..un-
ty. an.I fll. the sum. in duplicate
and aa provided In Bectlon i:i 18,
I'l. nd.i Statute*, In their
lh. County Courthouse In Dade .'nun-
i>. Blorlda, within --tx calendar m.-tiih-
fr.m the (mu. ..f the first publica-
tion hereof, of the -am.- Hill In-
barred
Dated al Miami. Florida, thi nth
day of May. v l> IH7I
i i HI'R I \\i-IJ--s.iN-
. Hi-, ayne IUiiI.Iiiik, Miami. Fl.i.
v- Executor
Flrsl publication of this n..'r. -
'.. '4ih dav of m iv 1971
AUTHIKJ WOUT80N
Attorney for K-tate .,f Aura M. rder
cayn. liuilding
r. i4-:i-.- I i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERBBY GIVEN thai
ih. und.r-if .. d, d. airing t> engage
n business und.r Ihe fictitious num.-
of V/ESTCHESTER LATIN.. .-
8.W, .14th Terrace, Miami. Blorlda In-
tends i ii | t.i aaid name unb the
Clerk of Ihe Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida
J' >si: G \;.i:i:a
:. 14:: '. 4
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY filVEN tl
the undersigned, desiring to cnguffl
ii in -- und. r lh. flrtittout name
FLETCHER APARTMENT8 ..t M I
Washington Avenue, .Miami Beac
Florida i-i-t.-i- -aid tuic
Mill-, the Clerk ol the Circuit '.
of Dad. County. Florida
II MIRY I.M>i:it
ESTER i.xkski:. his
JACK .1 M '' 'B8< 'N
OITA .1 V '' >BftON, hi- wife
SMITH, HANDLER, SMITH
A PARKER
Attorneys for the undersigned
b) HARRY H SMITH
21 I 1-11-1-
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-2043
(ARTHUR W PRIMM)
n RB: E tat. i f
D> ..,-!
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Ml Pel Hav.
til i i manda Againi t Said
i:
You in h. n b) notifli d and re
. -. lalms and d..-
h you may ha ve
th. -tnte ol JAMIE '" Lt'OO d.-
ol Dade County. F
to" th. a 'ads. .!" I ide i "oun-
ime In duplicate
v id. i ,: s. etlon t:i^ 16,
It. ". in the
H ., \i. 1' .-I.' 'ounfv.
Kloi ids. w uhln

.ii.. will bi
mi Florida, th '
ID
Mil Dili I) IIERNSTEJN
\- Ex. uti v
f th lie. or
a) m iv
STBINA MILLER
lot Kxecuti \
\'. 81
I
| | I
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 71-8780
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
HENRY i: w IKANDBK
Plaintiff
\
ROSALIE lll'Si'll \\ IK vNDER
11. fenoant
TO: Rosalie Busch Wlkander
it. st.i. i.,-. Cnknown
You. It.-sail.- Klusch Wlkander, are
hereb) notified that Hill of Com-
plaint f"r Dlvorre baa been filed
againal yoa\ and you ar.. required to
-..rve .. ropy of your Answer or Plead-
nig to th.* Hill of Complaint on ih-
I'laintifi's attorney, Stanley E Good-
man, 28811 N" \\ i'OhI Street, Miami.
Blorlda and file the ona-tnal Anawer
*.r I'l.-adlliK In Ihe .iffi.-e of the I'lerk
: or the ."tr,*uit Court on or before the
I IMh day of June 1971 if you fall to
do -o. hjdgment by d. fault will he
against you for th.- relief d.
manded In the lull of Complaint
This notice shall be published onre
.-.oh week f"i four consecutive weeka
rn THE JEWISH BI/>RIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami
Florida, this 6th day of May A I>
: 171
i: li [JEATHBRMAN Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dad. County, Florida
By: i- P COPEI.AND
Deputy Cli
ii'ir. uil i'.urt S. all
STAM.F.Y K OOODMAN
>88t \- \\ (snd Bl
Florida

Attorney for Plaintiff
I 4
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH*
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY. NO. 71-10171
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
I "ATHRINE MADDEN,
Plaintiff,
JIMMY I. MADDEN,
Defendant
TO: JIMMY l. MADDEN WOI
j> I
IT.: AIU- 14CAB
API Ban I rancisco,
California I
You. .MM.MY I. MADDEN are hei -
by notifi.d that .. Hill of Coi .
plain! for I ilvon has b. en
againal you, and you are required
serve .. copy ; your Answer
PI. adlng to id. Bill nf Complaint
the Plaintiffs attorney, SAJICI
POLICASTKII 1040 8.W jTth Avenu
Miami. Florida Phone No (to
1143-54x2 and it!-- th. \nsv
or Pleading in the office "f the Ct>
of the Circuit Count on or before t'
Soth ds> of June. 1971. If you fail t<
so, taagrmenl by default il! be tak- -
againal you ror the relief demand-
in ih.- Bill "i Complaint.
Thin noli,-, shall be published tin
each week for lour consecutive Wf
;,i THE JEWISH BIX>RIDIAN
DONE AND oRl>EltBD at Mian
Florida, this :in day of ,\i iv A
1971.
E B I.EATHERMAN Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade Count) Fiord
By: C P Ci IPE1.AND
I on: v i .
n''r. Ill I i '..in t Seall
SAMCBL Pi 'LICASTRO
1040 s W !7th Avi -ui.-
Miami. Florida 3313S
No U".'. i S43-M22
.. i 1-11
fi.^JTICI UNDER
,,Tr'"IT|OUS NAME LAW
I W HBREin IHVEN thai
... deaiiing in eagaa-. li
.'" he t me ot
" ;.-;"i doing i.u-i.
kRKBTS Intends t racist-
I llh th. .'lerk of th.
I ..... .unty. rTorida
K \ l VN x,;''->''-N'T CORP
'.'vi- w'"""-. Prealdenl
r s...- Treaa.
. ;';-"l".ltE HKlt.). ESQ
ui,i.NL",1i""n"'nt Corp.
i ',;"'"l Hulldlng
' '""Ida. 33131
(/2I8/4-U-1I
NOTICE UNDER
nrTITIOUSNME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY HIVBN
lh. undi

HOLD ''" 1ST .- MIT ITION INC al
in :,i v \\ iu< m im
. ime 'h ih.- CI. rk ol Ihe i
Court of Dade County, 1'
rVIHItl tl WASH INC
ral Ion
HBRM VN' COHEN I
i for al'pi
l-lii. il Congress Bldg.
I 8 4-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
XOTICB IK HEREBY Or/EN that
d. dei ii Ing
I- under the 1
Itlltlli IN CHE.M ICAL tNl
h Street, 11 sah, Fl. -
Intends I
Ihe Cl.
. U' lade CoU Fl
| .EONCIO 11A1 v N
i 11-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVE!
the n
in huslni -- und. r Ih. fl. '
of 11F\ TONE PAINTB ll '" *
4Tlh Court, Miami V '
to regii 1. lid am. Ith II
of the Circuit Court "i Dane County,
REX-TONE PAINTS ______
* CHEMICALS CORPORAT "N
aBlor,.UC..r,..ra-.. .,_.,,,. 4.
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
./pH/cf ll< i iinr
olicits your lecral notictM
W appreciate your
patron aae and cruarantRe
accurate service at iexial
rates
Dial 37.1 tor messerqer uenrlc*.
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTV. CIVIL ACTION
No 71-9865
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
DBI.OKE.S Rl IKER
ntlff
i i
HCBEIIT in:' 'ROE Rt iKBR.
! '. -. .
fl HI'RRI 'llRORnE Ri iKER
\-..u in IthTItT HE. HI'IE Ri
re her. notlfl. -.. Dlvi filed
againal > u and u ar* r. au
-erve a
-
MB A fl 'ST.
i-IIIV 1 \ \\ It A
- '
Answer or Pli
ihe Clerk ol th. Circuit url on or
tM-for. tl
> u fall to d i I by de.
-.ui1- a III hi i ik. M againi you for
th. i- lef .1. mand. d In lh' Bill of
.mi
Tin- notlc. I I hi publish. I
a. h i.eek f.a- .- i
ea.-n W.'ek lol i weeks
' in TIIK JEW ISH I'l >RIDI VN
| I -. i: AND ORDERED al M
Blorlda. ihi- 21 si dai I May A l>
i:-:i
li' ITHI'KM v\ Cl.
i 'ii nil i'- iui I Dad. '.aii.' v li
Bj R M KISSES
I.. nut. '
STi >N r Si ISTCHIN
NH 12th A ve
i- Plaintiff
g :". .: l-il-K
IN THE COUNTV JUDGE'S COUR'
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV.
FLORIOA IN PROBATE
No. 71-1557
IFRANK B DOWLINGl
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
. RE I. :..
El H VRD BMBRMAN
11.-. easi d
. 'reditora and All Pen ll-
Mifc; 'la Imi or Dei t fe
ti
You arc hereby notified and r -
lull ed to preaenl ai > laims and d
wlu.-h vcu may hs
hi m lati of 01 "WARD i: HERMA
,1 late of Miami Beach, TV
ui iy, florid to the County Judu
nf 1 'a.I- <' .. ty, and file the
HI dtf-l -..,', ;.| S-
... i'l. iIda Si (hi
offices In th. y Courtl use lr
i'l. i Ida, \- n i
from th. tune
flrsl publii .rn a her. or t!
nan a'lll I.- bai i .
\ p i;.:i
i;i..\1 > s V BMBRM VV
X- Ex. innx
Plrsl a ..f this
:h das ,,f Mai
MYERS, K \l'l AN, PORTER,
I E\ vs. iN < BENIN
rya for 1 Hi dye A Bmi man,
ur." s w r Ill
i ii-i-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
ICE IS H ERBB1 OD EN that
lh. undersigned, desiring to engaj:.-
huslneas under th. fi,.titi,.u.* name
f HOI.BRO OF MIAMI at 1244 N F.
Snd Avenue Intends to ripjrlat'
name with the Clerk of lh.- Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
JCLIO VALI-Mi VltKS
i :i-:x c 4-n
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\ rTICB IV HEREBY 'UNION th
.. und. raigm d, deairing <
i ii- und. r the fleMI n- iiani
ol -. IPY CITY, PRINT CTTT, S1.1I .
CITY, TRAVEL flTY al N V
111th Btn t, Miami. Floi I I
intends l.i regiat. i\
Ihe Clerk or the Or, uit ''..urt
1 >.ol. Count) Floi
OAVrD HAYLOCK
5 tf I U-l
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBREIIY HIYKX th..
lh. undersigned desiring to sngwge i
. under the fl. lit Ion- name
BON W1STA INTERN \TI. INAL
BON \ I8TA HOI IDAY8 al 7S14
ayne Roulevard, Miami. Fl.a-i.la It.
t.n.ls t.. register said names with tl
Clerk of ti,, circuit Court ol
County, Florida
tw n .si,. |t MIAIME
HERMAN COHBN, ESQ.
Attorney for aptdieant
i.iin-11 Congn si- iiidc.
Miami. Hi. "*
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tJewisH Floridian
France Speeds Delivery Of
Mirage Jets To Libya
;ami, Florida Friday, June 4, 1971~
Section B
Isaiah Prophesied Current
Discord In Egyptland
B> IIAV1D HOROWITZ
INITED NATIONS CWUP)
r Ing Middle K.lsi events,
Uj those occurring in the
: die Nile, in connection
I ,'dopmenta here at the
Rogi r' \isit with Thant
I ind the tatter's con-
I tain itattu in the
| i U.S.S R.-0 S dlpton
h '-.i m ived this
no igain, ai M many
thi past, to turn to th
|. Blueprint, the ancient
,; of the Bible, (or an
v.d lo, and behold. laalah
1'rophct supplies one this time
itl perfectly into the cur-
i i.sive situation in the land
indent Pharaohs.
Due to President Sadat's purge
o! his leading Ministers.
:. them Aly Sabry who had
to succeed the late Clamal
|b Nasser, a condition has been
. led in Kgypt which is bound
: to an almost unending in-
r ;. struggle for power Wt
. teen the beginning dur-
ipring 1971 season in
ih h me of the Egyptian lead-
: hoped for a blitz against
The Sadat purge of his
i M.nisters has frustrated
pe even as King Hussein's
of the Arab guerrillas has
I marauding and infil-
into the Jew iafa it it<
tlii Jordanian borden
looked into the future
hh m.ipti r 19 with the
rke txirden of Kgypt."
is to prophesy by i ly-
Lord rideth upon i
ind cometh into
. he <-" : E jypl
I Continu ng, in the
e lee that He
"stir up Egyptlana against
J\|i| ins, and they shall fight
Hallial hU brother and
every one agiunM his neighbor."
Ph.- ,ii' see r.ow happening.
But Isaiah goes further and pre-
dict- thai .mother power un-
doubtedly the r.s s.r. wjh n,^
And I will give over
the Egyptians into the hand of a
lord, and a fierce Idnj
wr them, laitti th, Lord, th.-
Lord ol Hosts
Ni Xl I Blah prophesies that "Tht
i : shall tx come foul and
that the n >y the Nile by
.r-.k ol th.' Nile, shall b. n i
dry and the fiabers shall la-
ment, and all they that cast th.
angle into the Nile shall moum .
All they that make dams shal'. be
grieved in soul ."
Thla prophecy becomes signifi-
cant in the light of a recent re-
port by Miss Claire Sterling, a
freelance journalist, who, in a
Life magazine article dealing with
the completed Aswan Dam. stated
that the huge Soviet-supported
projj'ct has dtimed into a curse, a
Frankenstein monster, instead of
a blessing, for the Egyptians.
"Despite its potential for stor-
ing water and producing power,"
she siul. "the dam has in fact
greatly impoverished an already
destitute nation, driven the fish
from the eastern Mediterranean,
exposed the whole Egyptian coast
to erosion, endangered every
bridge and barrier dan astride
the Nik' from Aswan to the at a.
robbed Egyptian soil of the silt
that hnl made it the most f-rti'..
on earth, threatened millions of
a.-res with the blight of salinity.
. fl v kwion of water-borne
I the very
water il i I to save."
Isaiah, h iwever, conohKk
r on mon hopeful > ti
He sees I earned hi
lesson, ai peace w th Israel Noi
only thai together with Assyria
- seemingly modem Russia
a global 'trumvirate,' a troika, will
be instituted which will become a
blessing to the whole world. Ver-
ses 24-2S read: "In that day shall
Israel be a triumvirate she-
Ushia, troika with Egypt and
Assyria, a blessing in the mi the i nth. in that the Lord of Hosts
had bicsstd it (the troika), saying,
ed h M> people, Egypt, and
Assyria, the work of My hands.
and Israel Mine inheritance.'"
What is significant here is the
specific terms used for each of
these three former enemies, terms
which could certainly not be ob-
jected to by any one of them.
The entire chapter of Iiaiah is
worth reading and re-reading in
connection with- Zechariah. chap-
ter 14 and Ezekiel, chapters 38-39.
The Hebrew Bible does not lie.
PARIS (JTAI At the re-
quest of the Libyan government,
France :s speeding up its d. liv-
in s of Mirage jets to that na-
tion, according to reliable in-
formants connected with the
Dassault firm which manufac-
tures the supersonic aircraft.
Franc, agreed last year to sell
Libya 110 Mirages; deliveries
were to be spaced through 1972.
More than 20 of these have al-
ready been delivered and the
pace is to be stepped up during
the coming months, observers
report, because Libya wants as
as many as possible In it- pos-
session before the referendum is
h.ici in September for ratifica-
tion cf its fed. ration with Syria
and Egypt.
Early delivi ry is being de-
manded as a precaution against
a French decision to embargo
the planes after the Federation
agreement is implemented. One
stipulation of tne contract with
the Tripoli regime is that the
planes must not be transfer! cd
to a third powt r. and French of-
ficials declare that if that sti; .-
lation is violated, deliveries i
in halt..I
France is maintaining an
barge against nations it regai .
as belligerents in th< Mid
fast conflict. Libya has not be a
n garded as a belligerent, but its
f< deration with Egypt and S> I
may put it in that category In
the French view.
Prayer Vigil Thursday
An emergency prayer \igil >n
behalf of Soviet Jewry was to
be held Thursday from 11 sum.
to 1 p.m. at Temple Kmanu-
17(11 Washington Ave., Miami
I h. The Greater Miami vigil,
which is being held concurrent'
.*!. prayer vigils In e\
or city throughout the
is iii [ng led by Rabbi S l
lau, president of the Rab-
binical Association of Greal c
Miami. Dr. Irving L.hrmar.,
fust vice president of th. Syna-
gogue Council of America, Rao-
bi Mayer Abramowit/. regional
chairman of the Greater Mian .
Jewish Federation's Conference
on Soviet Jewry and Rabbi Eu-
gene Labovitz, incoming presi-
dent of the Rabbinical Assoc.a-
tion.
Jewish Refugees
Adjust Rapidly
-i
ti
tudy of 100 Jewish refugee
i from Czechoslovakia and
'. who settled in New York
between July of 1968 and
f 1969 reveals a re-
kable beginning adjustment to
new homeland. Philip S<*kis,
'tor of the New York
n for New Americana,
. has r<-
ney S recent BJ
M J. rome I. Udell, a
MYANA IMS w is
! sue eding I low -
who was
he execut w commit-
ramliiea but-
than two in
untry were p eke l it
n the agency's files
\ u is conduct) d by
UN) through home
Hie families, composed of
i '-. represent 29H of
dies. (988 Indlviduala)
N'YANA f-om Poland
-lovakia during that

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|tte
her
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lorn, political and religious.
rwhetraing reason giv-
ating. The 78 families
nd, particularly, had felt
: anil Tamil lam in-
followin the Arab-Isra. II
1967
m 1968. they were pcr-
emlfrati to Israel and
atrtat, although th ay
take with them some
I Possessions and five dol-
lars for each family member.
The 22 families from Czechoslo-
vakia escaped during August 1968
as Soviet troops were poised to
march in. Some, who were on va-
cation, did not return: others made
a pretense of vacationing in near-
by countries to get out. They left
everything behind them.
These families had no financial
when th. > arrived in
ountry and very few tp
any English. Ninety-one '
ntirely di > ndent on
NYANA for funds to estal
,! and
. for initi
,; |otN Nine wi n
lives and fivi
th s<
NYANA.
Itj nen an
100 and
' eei
and 1300 i wei k Women
ally are t OTI
even within the wpational
c itegories the majority earn under
$100 i week; 21 earn between WOO
and 1200 s week and only two
earn over S'-v 11
One hundred and five adult-
young ;? ople w re sent t>
time Intensive English lai
,i university level by
nyana Immed I) '''"' ,Be,r
arrival. These wen malnb.
onals, technical work r
college students who could not
h.pc to continue their work here
without a basic knowledge of
English.
sate!
girls' tiro-piece
swimttuits
3"
4-6X
7-14
99
preteen 6-14
Were 4.50-*13. Sun-fun colors...
all solid or printy. Lined cotton sheers,
nylon stretch and terry. One-piece
styles, too, in sizes 4-6X and 7-14.
ung peoples world, all 9 burdine's stores
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Friday, fa, 4 J
(Confirmation Certificates,
Awards To Be Presented
i it Fi /t iy rvraine sri
>. )-}**< *rir< V knushiU
ts of in,- Betti
T ih Con i Relit
i their f .nil
Fi 'l iy pvraini
i ; t'.i.vii tti itlon
i ...... ..... I Snyder,
S i Board ch i man, nkL
Tha r*1 -*" uill conduct th.-
.- .,,;!> .1.'. '..; tn i n
tiu>: a v.'.i i" ni; a: \ the thoine of
ilu Sabbath. Conflrination knatruc-
to:- mi re Mr-. i!A.r^ Sekk-L, who
hu- conplatoi a dacasia i>i teach-
in*: the confirmation stud)nt.-. o
th< contrr^ent'.on. .ind Richm-d !
Garseri, witn llta Carok- Ifac-
Kcnzk h-ading tfct tanging parti
MtttM T Hwnatetn, president
<>! the conrr-j;M]on. will offer
pre^tinc^: Irvtre Newman, incom- j
in* president, wi'.l accept the class
gtfl tn the synagogue. Special
award! that will i*- given it th-'
confirmation sen ce, Include th
WC l/- Roserru isser Memorial
}f: aw ird: tie Jok
Kahaner Mitzvah w ird: thi M
lie K:ih iner A I Ch lyil M
d; and the P.
N c on Memorial award
will dlsti
th- Cerl fie ttes il Conl I
t Mi I dye F< Im in, Ted Fk
; Ginl
Si ben K ;: ;: chard M
I :i ::-:, Mori M ( >Sh
B i rj S iii ami tti i Al in Scfrw irtz.
I! SW I toy Si
Bonnie W ank ol tin tnti m ve He-
brew 1 lefwrt -i. in
Certificati will ajgo b-
lW9^o^fcnrrnaWblrA.nfc*
Sena Baron, Fran B
Michelle Blechman, Barbara Brow-
i> Martin,' Burl, Karen Chadrofi
Judith Cohen, Sherri Cohen, Jeff
Danziger, Heidi Diamond, Miduwl
Franklin, Mark Freinberg,
Fried, Mlndy Goldstein, Am) Hir-
schberg, Betsy Hofstadter, Steven
laJfiaTf. Joel Kaplan, Karen Karta-
nter, Amy Kaufman. Jill Keraer,
Vivian Kerstean, Rohin KuKaman
i inda Laskin, Abic:i MandJeL I'.it-
t> Idarbin, Karen Meiater, Dohr.i
Manyek. Sharon Polin. Peter Fht-
lank, Strwii SchwHsnan, Mark
Sherman, Gary SUverrnan, Lynn
Stlveratein, .'.r, t Sm idar, Robin
Snyder, Bonr.ie Tobiaa and lx>ri
Zigman.
timists ] folding
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Ice (.roam Party
The Optimist ("lib ,.t Miami
will htiKi it^ annual "loe
ree" Sunday from
IrOO to A 30 p.m. nt th.- Miami
li'srh Communit) Center -'1st
Stl ? an.l tUfa.
Children from ori nan igi insti-
tutions foi th" :.tall\ 11 '
and m edj Iren a ill t- prw > t-
.- they cat plus i im: donuts
ri,i bubble gum
will !>' gi n to th. iii to take
KritertHir.. is will include Mau-
rice the Magician, Tommy Trent
nid his Puji leers and the Miami
-..," Higl School Ro. k A Raal
re due Nancy
itiei;. S> K< it and cochair-
men Gerald I. SchwarU an Haan H w, iaa for the ttme and
given i.-i ordei to make this
v. nt a success
Annual Springtime Festival
The innual springtime festival
of Beth Kodrah Congregation on
Sunday will cloae Hm- aaaaon's ac-
tivities for the y.ar Starting it
5 : |.m at th.- YMHA th. affair
will feature hanquot. entertain-
ment and dancing, Sam Sclnilwolf
iicrecation president
New Leaden For
Democratic Club
The A II ii St naon Deanocratkf
;Women's Club ( Miami Beach
v i i its new officers
12 n i '. '' :" ""' i
u i- l: si u n an-
Prii
r*' W
anl to Jon Mo> h tal tail
r the D
.. m b Ida's Ni w Pn s-
p Imary and Delegal S
loetion ProceaB." AJao an tin- pto*
gram an llona ,n--
v. nted bj Miaa Sylvia iSunnj I
Rosa
Tl>e slat, for 1971-72 includes
Ethyl Gordon, president; Rena
Sti in, Mrs Hy La b "it/ and Mrs
Mai Knelnnd-r. \ i<-e president*: j
Mra Max Affachiner, treasunr;
Sylvia Stein ami Sopma Brown.
secretsrH-s. art liamentarian Pay LkbuntU and
Rens St in are in charge of rrs. r-
vations.
Couples Take dub Offices
Tin* following couolej will -r\i
Iv t1: Davsd Con
- Club for the raraing yeai
Linda and Brian liersh, presidents
Linda and J- ': > fine, Zeld i n
John SchwH prestdei l
Faith an I H
Alan 11 irdne -. Trudy
and Arnold !>-. \ tn isurerl
American Jewish Press Association Is
Holding Its 1971 Convention In Dallas
A !.-i-<..... I puhhah- .i
represent ,
J. wish the United (v
State Canada k Itend
th* 1971 a
:
Host
Fw t Wbrth
..v.,k Texas Jewish rVat J'mm>
\\ ., is < Ms -imI aaahlishs* is
I yi ar as tin
: AJPA
Hifch H we will
he addresses l>. Rabbi Levi A
Otan, a l*at !' akk nt of the Cen-
tral Confer >l RhW.is who L
presently en the faculty <*t the
mstitute : Reikpon in Hmuiton.
ar.d San KIo m. chairman of th-
hniinl of Bkaam Adv->Tttsinj: Atr-n-
, > v> i bed his own adver-
tisin- agency after a lnj: car-< r
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+*nUtnc-r*M*r>
letters to the editor
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if. The JmtWi I'luriilin'i:
. i m iiia hieh arc goin
-I J. w i :: the SO\ let
ttav samples ol
I in which the ("ommu-
ul Russi i :i kntfmidat-
Jewish residents for the
: wanting to repatri-
Ji ii i~ Slat.' ol [weI,
. iucting Uww trials, the
thorities in proving be-
doubt thai they do not
. ther ir procedural or
due process i.f lav.
. they are further com-
inhumanttiea toward
are Ithln their reach
Ism ol thf Judicial au-
onducttasj tbete pro-
: the mockery <>f basic
an I dignltj Is an
m inifpstation f the
aractei <>i Soviet Rn-
nilaritj ol (hew trials
i litrtn : the regime !
,i R. li:. in Nn/i Ger-
:-. vident
patten ol Sox let
. |ng Khibite l lurliHi
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Commission
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. >
: i, Miami has
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which sponsors the
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i lerti ii Ro i I
I Mi- Alvbl I
Fran S ichs,
i : i lai .> and Mi Wil-
con ci
... M Wi ii
I :n. mb '
11- \eai. many
tivitief i ich ai
i laves were akw held
i .mis. H. socialism it* If.
Though the Communisl rulers ol
Russia do not, indeed, take th lr
constitution and socialistic con-
cepts seriously but merely use
them in camouflage the true na-
ture i I their system, in th< is>
of the Jewish question there, h m-
ever, the) employ even harsher
tri ai nent over them than over
th. ii other captive nations. These
Jews wh.. are standing up heroic-
ally against their oppressors are
I'laelieall; the \ an-.ruiii .Is m the
struggle for the liberation ol all
those there who are at the mercy
<.f the Soviet dictatorship
Yet Hi. se despots in the Kn
lin want to I), pietutvd to the
wot Id as n ip i table and lust Ii ad-
11- ol in. |i society and their van-
It) i- trerro ndousl. hurl wh n
th. \ are denounced for their bt i-
t dm and injustices Th it i si
i are esr* ria'ly injur d wh n
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ficially happy, is indeed a perfect
police state from which nobody
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ii. cumpli-ti' control of all th. as-
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The struggle for the liberation
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Russia is in reality a movement ol
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Hebrew Academy
Is Graduating 79
Wednesday Night
Th> largest graduating dan
3 -year Met >ry of the Hebrew
a ater M
h d commencement
Wednesday in t;--
Htonum. Soni> 79 tt I- 29
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Rabbi Alexander S c,
dpaL win bo the main speaker;
ttv loo include a
. praatirt itton bj :..
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the KAJovnan s lAJorlA
aav, June 4, 1971
Pao? 5-E
11a < lassa 11 Pays Homage
To Mrs. Irwin M. Liss
age wu paid to Mrs. Irwin
; ". a beloved leader of Ha-
sah at the first Rond-With-
I.unchcon of the Miami
pter of Hadassah in the Fon-
i Motel recently.
than WO members of the
.ation attended the historic
and saw Madame Yosef Te-
li, wife of Israel's Ambassador
:., United Nations, preaent the
oveted "Woman of Valor"
ird to Mis I.iss. They later
iid their loyalty to Is-
t y purchasing $;jr>0,000 worth
Bonds.
past pn sidents of various
- in the Miami Chapter re-
Hadassah-Isracl Citations
on this occasion included
Morton Get/. Mrs. Han.it
Mrs, Qertrude Baahman,
lei Kupseix I. Mis Ira
Mrs. Gustav Koerner,
Ml yt is. Mrs. Altxrt
Mrs. Leonard Brodeky,
ii 1 Gutman. Mrs. Monica
Mis Marvin Mill. Mrs
k, Mrs. Max I- 1st. i
- Tush. Mrs Seymour
'.;: l >.i\ id tssenberg,
i Markov?, Miss Edith
u d M i--s Fannie Let Itt
orah candlelighting > r
ti narrated by Mis .\
I 'ekelner with Mi M >i
Miami Chapter pi esl l< i
Florida Region pm
ard Wolpe participating.
i lected group presidents
[uburban League's
frophy Awarded To
Irs Arthur Pepper
nt'j Silver Bowl, a
: '. annually to the
who has performed
I 'I' tlv
was ; resented to
;: Pepper at the -; il
i .' 'A'om. n Installatii -
1 leon held r. cently In
- I'.. ach HoteL
president Mrs. Morris
who matle the presents-
It lated a new cut I
1964-1971 recipii i I
Hi rtz, Beverly l: n, Jan- '
Phyllis Rosen, Rh
Aline Mitchell, Shi I i
an I Sandy Pepper with
l'i< sidents C'ii|is.
Levitt and Joan Gallant
gold heart charms In-
i'i their initials, the
donor award, from donor I
t Shirley Sobel. and i
1 award! were present.il to
Vtaslngton. Shirley Sobel,
' an and KoU-i ta Stein
! ban League, which
i by sup|x>rting Va-
P' i'dn ns Hospital Oncology
Inducted its slat. I
I : th. coming year. In-
-line Mitchell, president;
l"n S licman. administrative
president; Joan Gallant, ways
Shirley Sobel, donor;
' Rosenberg, corresponding
Susan Smith, recording
Sandra Kriedland. tre.is-
Janice Barson, parliam.n-
and Uarbara Glass, chap-
v.i Freund. Mrs. Mi
ndorf, Karen Book-
Is Faliok and Beverly
1 were also installed as
Us -.
Mrs i.iovd Orlow, Mrs. Harvey
Friedman, Mrs. Harriet Arilei
Mrs. Gertrude Hashman. Mrs.
Samw I Kupsenel. Mrs. Louis Kis-
ner, Mrs. Het-man Flske, Mrs
Dons Roffe, Mrs. William Paul.
Mrs. Robert Sehwit/er, Mrs I il-
lian Mlzel, Mrs. David Ellison.
Mrs. Georgi Barish, Mrs. Nathan
Grief. Mrs. Max Klst. r. Mrs. Har-
ry Tush, Mrs. Fred Garr. Mrs.
; David Issenberg an(1 M]s. ,; t/, |
Markow also took part in the
ceremonk -.
i Mrs a Arthur Pekelner ami
Mrs. Jos. ph Milton served as the
chairmen of the event; cochairmen
were Mrs. Morris Hi rman. Mrs
Harry Gol.lkin and Mrs Bernard
Mandler.
At the "Woman of Valor" award presentation ceremony dur-
ing the Hadassah-Bond-With-Israel Luncheon at the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel are (from left to right) Mrs. A. Arthur
Pekelner. cochairman, Mrs. Irwin M. Liss, recipient of the
award. Her Excellency, Madame Yosef Tekoah. wife of
Israels Ambassador to the United Nations, and Mrs. Joseph
Milton, cochairman.
SOS Program Offering Kosher Meals
Kosher meals are presently be- and a local cafeteria which pre-
ing mad" available to participants | viously served on hot lunch per
ii. Mi.i-i reach's "Save Our Sen- w,, k to s< ,s ,,,,,,, ,l;is
iors tree hot lunch-s program.
SOS recipients will receive two a "ve-meals-per-week program
tickets weekly entitling them to a i Al,n '""' available from 9:30 a.m.
-' ated seven-course Kosher dinner to 9:30 p.m.
Hadassah Groups'
Programs Planned
Morton Towers Group of H
pwed b;
nday at
' -: i 1 i I:
res-
Hat i van Groan w 111 hi I I
part} and brunch Wednesday n ion
in I iers Hoti I, Sadie H t-
man is presidi
I. K. Goodmaa Group has plan-
ned a book review and lectun >n
Peretz' "A Literary Phikwoj
Evaluation" by Jack Grossman at
the Washington Federal, 1234
W ishington Ave., Sunday, .lun. 13,
at noon, according to Sylvia RubeL
Women's Auxiliary Presents
Projector To Child's Center
Kl Carhn, Women's Auxiliary,
Miracle I/xlge .121 F & AM. pre.
, sented a slide projector and shies
I to Dr. Samuel Rawlings, director
Of the Children's Center. 2600 SW
3i i Ave., at a party the auxiliary
'.Listed at the Center on FYida
Mrs [rwin Lechowitz is pi --
i dent of Kl C.irim: Mrs. Ed Cramer,
i-t president made the prc-^n-
m.
ell Porty Is Planned
Woman Club i was to
P far.-well party for Esther
*Il who leaving for Israel
T>' affair was to he held at
^.-hington Ave.. Thursday.
P m. Gertrude Sohn is presi-

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Some things taste so good together it's a joy
just to think about it. Like the bakery fresh
bagels you're going to have for Sunday
breakfast. And the coffee that goes best with
them...mellow Maxwell House...the favorite
coffee in Jewish homes for over half a century.
Why not have a cheering cup right now?
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Women's Divisions Are Setting New Records
un.

. .!.' istl r-
: I un-
- with
popul tfUng ttu; i>
78.9 Increase in commit-
U from the sane people who
. last year.
Norm Kipnfc Women's Divi-
i-iainii.m of tin Greater Mi
:i:m J< u ish Knl, ration > I9V1 Com
Imix 1 Jewish A pp. il-Uraol Kr.org
nmun-
eaey Fund e unpaign, reported the*
>2 of in' N eommunltiea h iva it
ready exceeded tti.n ivoord-broak-
ing totals af l.xt >< < with *-ull
.iK>rr to k-" "' i1"-" communWj
campeigni
flowing Miami an- 11
:t:. mining more than
er from the same
lad yi i Houston, Ti \ S
M in- Si n I".'1 i'"nr\ : Tuc-
ton Arts S.C N i-h-
;:! East
I n m Count} N and Edmonton,
W imea I three com-
munitiea Neu X rti UJA, L -
l >. iroil
the $1
.
pen >n.ii sol m no*
,'.-t u .th
.''
mutinies i il Am. i..
given much th credM for thi
y..,! 'i ;. ooi I n bj Mi -
lor >
.< > in il Sen ic. >
.
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lillel Day School Holding
Open House' Event Sunday
| ; i nr iy Si-ho i!
I, s vm N :' i Dads and
|t ti Broward nits at 1723
,. Si I I h.iv ,.-t
i Invite id
', ..... i initj to
ind n operation
Hou take place
fro la '.'. to "_' p
: I 'j'ii Hoi .
Ini tl m li \ v li
Ishrr nd goals Trv
... 'I t >:ir-
the
ir on on The
11!' I < >,'|p :
s
pan include R.v>-
tlurcl princip
. -nool. who i Master's
. ii Education Admtnlstra-
the 'ir. pistty of Pitts-
North Dade i ;>r Joel V. Derails, the
lent: R ibbi Max A
..'/ spiritual leadar of B,-th
; ition ind a mem-
ol it Boa I Rabbis; an.1
ham .' Gitte n. education il
Beth th < bngn I
ind member ;' the Educa
i' nrnltt
Uv addition* to
i R iobis, i:.'
i T Bwtrafcy, who is
';. .it M
IB Council Salutes
\** Volunteer*
' ii
B'rith Women s i
i: Hospfl Dhmteera m h i
'KKI noui -
i al Mrs. Bei -
it/ i, pn s. nta-
il i.:iun li \ terans set \ -
and Mr*. Hir> Ebnar, aastst-
30 iron tiled "Blue
became ol th- coin! ol
ma, vi>u i>atii nts ,t
each ~
s pi. .. el.. participating
\mity of B ickley Tow
ol : i Winds, and
ol M i luwbn oh T v -
v tail proijr ,."i uill Include
and Sky i ik-'
Junior Co] ,. f
-" > > r -. Miami
h un|| be in .n i
Kuej
Thi i" mmil.....,t Pamnt-H ,-t-
wilJ include Mm M irraj
K ,ne- Mrs Micha I Sen :k Mrs.
81 '-' Mrs .' a ia Wein
| Mrs Rudolph Mann Mrs
K -nneth <' ilmei : M w
Wo -wil M Joel R D
Mrs !.., Duffner Mi Brenda
Mrs Meron Le\ tats, and
Mrs, Melvyn D With the
teachers' help, th.-s.. Hostesses will
conduct tours ol the
nd atten pi | i answ r all |
'i the ehool
Information will be a\ .
warding the classes that will start
In s. pte nbei Inure rj and sev-
enth grade u w-i II the pres-
tit grades, Mrs Harvc) Baxter
ind Mis Morton B Zemel an
serving as chairmen of the Open
House
Vliaviit Shalom To
Install A New Slate
Congregation and Sisterhood of-
ficers will !>. installed by Ahavat
Shalom Oongrei I ii the syn-
agogue Sundav evening, j',- 20,
Il has been announo ,i
Offii atinjs .it Irx nv mill
he Soi m, who u. id-
n blister the oal I fiee to the
temple's officers includin Dr.
Rob" rt i iropper, prei lent; Irving
fl a id Leonard Koch, vice
r. H i'is Dorothy
Ri< hman and Mary Kan. ge< re-
tarics, an,l Jack Silverman treas-
Commit to chairmen Include
Maurice Cbaponick, Al Kaplln,
Morris Barr, Norman Richman,
Leonard Upshots, Charles Gol.i-
berg and Rebecca Chaponick.
Sisterhood officers are Be Har-
ris, president; Betty Lenhoof and
la Zomack, > ice pn sldei ts; I.ll
Siflinger ind Rita Kirschner, sec-
retaries, and Mary Barr, treasurer,
Among those who will be assisting at Hillel
Community Day School's "Open House"
Sunday are, from left lo right, (eated) Mrs.
Rudy Mann. Mrs. Lee Duffner. Mrs. Ben
Genad, Mrs. Harvey Baxter and Mrs. Mor-
ton Zemel; (standing^ Mrs. Btenda Baron.
Mrs. Xenneth Calmenson, Mrs. Murray Kane,
Mis. Joel Dennis. Mrs. Meron Levitate and
Mis. Melvyn Drucker.
New Dimension Added To The Services
Offered By Royal Hungarian Restaurant
CERAMIC and GIFT SHOP
US WiSTWARD DRIVI MIAMI SPRINGS ^
The College for Financial Plan-
ning of Denver, Colo., has an-
nounced the appointment of
Dave Goodwin of Miami to its
Board of Regents. Mr. Goodwin,
a Florida insurance agent for
22 years, *s author of "Stop
Wasting Your Insurance Dol-
lars." and the syndicated news-
paper column, "Insurance for
Consume: I.
After i quarter of a csnturj ol
successful restaurant and eater-
service, Mr. and Mrs. Phil
Weiss ire now id I ins i n<
mension to their operation at the
Royal Hungarian Rest mranl T.'.l
Washington Ave., Miami Beach
a chance to enjoy their delic ous
,t home.
By c illing in the morning, you
can drive hv m in, evening and
pick up a full seven course dinner
from appetizers t>> desserts, from
relishes to beverages, all bes
fully packaged, ready' to serve:
prices vary from Sli.9"> to $3.95.
Froaen packaged dinners are also
available, and a full weeks supply
car, tv ordered,
The restaurant prepares a com-
plete variety of all Its famous de-
licious sp i alt es (1 lily Hungari in
goulash, chicken paprikash, brisk-
et of broik d beef flanken,
Lon Ion I luff d cabbage, lun-
gen stew, all c imolete with i
I she* \, i t/immes, t- ishke
t''i kugel.
F >r di serfs then are Mrs,
Weiss's fami lerry aixl apple
strudel, chocolat cream pk straw-
berry shortcake ,n'l many others.
Motto of the restaurant is iu-
!>erior quality, service with a smile,
and the observance ot Kashruth
t'> the letter ot the law.'-
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Fridoy. hat i
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CCS

THr.VRK IIDMK
n e am la, who at fter a
tkin m Hawaii and the other four Islands,
:: thai .'>' r W liklki
island ksota sfjaanl Baa eh, with
laid.
-mi toi talm
condominiums and people
THE LAST I'llll.HABMOMC ( ONt'KKT
The rirst thing I did was to try to spot the
it M ami Beaoh Auditorium, because I
| to aei Ingot Naruns His a ife Lil
hoot, Carver Juni High,
accomplished musician. I finally
ted him right In front o( Alain Lombard's
1 v\.i> so buss- looking around that I
i see Mr Lombard's handsome fact-, but
I could tell from Che back that his suit fitted him
beautifully. Sitting in front of me was Esther
nat ,: 1 bar daughter, Bonnie. Her other
rtiter, Dr. Pep Granat, mow Raul Cuard-
ado) was tinging la the chorus. Her mother said
the is the fourth from the left and after l
".nought I"d found her. Esther decided she a IS
fourth from the right I searched for Judy
Drucker who is a verj good friend ol sopr
lyr Lear, who was singing th.it night, but I
ouldn't find her. Carl and Esther Weinkle were
there, Mrs Sylvia Wetaberger and Mrs. Joseph
Duntoi IS ems to me she goes to a concert
\ night! I Mr. and Mrs Alex YoungertMUl
sitting right behind Mr. and Mm Jo-.:-ti
lbium The Joseph Liptona were there and
Arnold and Edith Kemp, I sea Sonya Balogh.
.ho always looks prett) and looked for David
Balogh for al least 20 minutes before I realized
m isn't the orchestra he is in.
( ONi.RVTl I.ATIONS
There were s t ,>f car- In fronl ol Aaron and
J-ramcta
JZJu
Oholei Torah Class
Is First To Graduate
i firsi ninth grade
\ | hole) T -
' S hool will r- -.. theii
rtti mas at 5 30 p.m
.1 13 !. i Han N Scha
a Itorium of Beth 1st m
utuatii i !'!'"-
s an
t Rabbi Sholom Lipskar, princl-
pa. ol the school it is the I
ii whl i. the memb i
ntinue then education
ath.
four i>t tne gradual
A I'.d bi and
,. .\ Weberman
it \k;\
i in Sta I i and Elij
SI m Hirsch hose : it
th- school's president. Mi i
H -eh. h.v. a, ; .-]
rabbinical Institu lot "t high, i
ling in Scranton, Pa
Bt okhm, NY
laMMptll in honor of the grad-
u; i will follow the ceremonies.
T> evening's festivities :li begin
with the annual installation of
off.cers. A special tribute will also
t> given to Rabbi and Mrs llerel
Wi .n and their group, who are
d- art inn for a three-week tour
o: Israel.
Adath Ye-hurun Confirms 7
The seven students oeing con-
firmed at Temple Adath Yeshurun
Suriday will present a cantata en-
Ul ad The Relevance of Judaism"
- v-bich they helped to write- dur-
ing the services. The confirmands
hr ude Terry Sue Herman. Bar-
be a Levine. Mark Miller, Mark
:-. Jason Nurenbertf. Neal
,N jvnberg ami Steven Weingart
Mrs. Willicrm P. Rogers enjoyed a firat hand view of
a modem day care center in Israel while her hus-
band, the U.S. Secretary of State, participated in the
recent Middle-Cast diplomatic peace talks in that
country. Here, she meets with the young residents
of Neve Tat a children's home sponsored by Pioneer
Women in Tel Aviv for the children of working moth-
ers.
JWV Ladies Auxiliaries Plan Schedules
Of VA Hospital Services And Programs
Marcella Kanner'i house, it waa only the im-
t the) ill came In their own
ked like a hundred, th
, 23 or 24 Th >
> to see Richard I.. Karma* aaaaried to Re-
.-;.h N irol R
ti r Mr and Mrs I i who
t. Medellin, C I im i S it]
for I Pli u whil flowers
used in I '^1 lunc'v
ith ch imp igne, ch impagne!
Tlie wedding call s 'Iii. -
with all of the wnaments, waa put Into the
: the young
versary I to ask where th-' "Caa
Caw Btrd" waa and if he r-i oyed
THEY RAN WITH TIIKIR WATKKMKION
Westview Country Club event w b> ng
outside with checkered table cloths, h
lamps, the wtiole works recently The night WS!
eorgeo'is until all "f i sudden the heavr- opt
ed and the rains cure' Every one grnbN-d his
dessert, which had Hist been served, and ran In-
-..!' iSince most of the women were in pants
ts, they could run pretty fast'. The dancing
continued ircide Among those attending
were Mr. and Mrs Mas. Orovtgt, Mr. and M:-s.
K K. Bloom. Mr and Mrs. Herbert Jaffee. Mr
and Mrs. Robert Roesing. Mr and Mrs Ted
Grossman. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Gray Mr and
Mrs David Peinberg, Mr and Mrs John Sha-
piro. Mr ind Mrs Morton Glick. Mr and Mat
Jack Hartley and Dr. and Mrs Marsh ill Pepper.
Jewish War Veterans D
men! -f Florida Ladies Auxiliary
Wi-m Mb
:,n" \milurr
having i
p .ble Nui
"
1 i ;nti tin- visit to t "i
iws Cent
Wi it M
Sal a la) B
n of
\ im in B B .\ liary
-.71 Sund i) M II e-it W'h'.fu in
-.
I .in'
: the Mun ly So
. : rueadaj
.'
Voui I Julie Ui from
North Shore Auxiliary w'" '.....I
tienta while I hoen
- n !es the patients' li'':
W< Ineeday volunteera an
uled from the Abe Horrowita Aux-
iliary: Thursday, hospital chair-
man Bather Win-ton an mlttee from the Cblonel David
Marcus Auxiliary 7t"> will tike
over
S iturrl.iy eveninc m^mhiTs from
the Murray Sulornnti Peal and Aux-
. iliar> 243 will hold a frames party
for patients on the 4th and 12th
. floors
Norman ftruor Rrown Pout ih1
Aii\iliar> 174 will hold its annual
oicnie on Sunda> Bt MathaBOfl
Hammoc Picnic Grounds "Special
Guests" wt!l b.- ibout 10 children
urith thcr ITS from th<'
Parka i) Chll bei O iti i of Mi-
Auxiluirt IT? of Mlranur
hoM Its board meetina Tueadv
[70S E Shore im
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In Unified H
Harr> II ( .h^n \a\ilun 9
Will h ive .-. I 11 i a,M 5^
' 1V at 11 m :,- tV IwadI
Sadie Remer w innSai
hold a regul u "it|
the Borfakl mmoaitf Cafer]
' and president Ros Usiakrt
prasjde.
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Served 4 to t P.M.
TH WEEK'S DINNER SPECIAL
Appetizer
Cup of Soup Chef Salad
Romanian Stsak Smothered in Oiuon*
Potatoes Vegetables
Coffee or Tea, Hot or Iced
Dessert
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Workmen's Cirrlo Braneh 1050 will 'h<- Workmen's tlrel.- Southern
have its final meeting for the Reioon Conference. Lalwr Day'
spring-ummer 1971 Reason Satur- ,-ekeiid Bt the D>>auulle Hot. 1
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Miami Happenings
installed officers of the Sisterhood of
emp'.e Israel of Greater Miami include
iom left) Mrs. Jule Balaban, Mrs. Harry El-
Mrs. Samuel Gray. Mrs. Jack Schillin-
ger, Mrs. Howard Novell and Mrs. David
Press. Ascenting the staircase are Mrs.
William I. Brenner, Mrs. Barbara Rado, Mrs.
Anshel Rackoff and Mrs. Maurice Serotta.

Confirmation Services At
Temple Ner Tamid Sunday
n. a.
, Helen Moore Lombard of
nai Hospital was hon-
o University of Miami
Nursing as the Out-
Registered Nurse of
A veteran of 29 years
:, Mrs. Lombard is in
.;. of the Intensive Care
ant Sinai, where she's
;-'.oyed for almost sev-
LEO HOHAUSER
PLUMBING
C0 Irving Lad* Count* 0-/r 25 Yeori
111! i.W. 14Hi ST. HI 4-9904
T rah '71" will be the theme of I
the Confirmation service*: In which
some 2T> students of Temple Ner
Tamid Religious School will be
Confirm il Sunday morning.
Also participatln \ will be the
10 member! of the Temple Ner
i Tamid FteUgiiui School Choir, who
will present the musical portion
of the proirram under the direc-
tion of Abram Krashinsky, musi-
cal director, Rabbi Eugene I.abo-
\:i/ anil Cantor Edward Klein.
Following the Confirmation, the
families and Invited guests will
loin in honoring the <"onfirmands
at a luncheon which will be held
in the Carillon Hotel.
The list of students being con-
firmed includes Ann Bader, David
Baikin. Nancy Berkowitz, Heidi
Block. Sharon Chasen. Simie Es-
trach. David Kre.il man. David
Eroshnider, Fred Gerlich, Philine
Gorin, Gail Green, Sherri Hahn,
St san Kaufman. Steven Klein.
Marilyn Levy. Marsa I evy, Ste-
then Lynn, Franklin Porter. Cindy
enfeld, Neil Rosenkranz, Louis
Rosenthal, Karen Schk k. Sheila
Siege), Scott Singer and Stephen
V.ift.
Miami Beach will be the site
of the 1971 Grand Lodge Con-
vention of the Benevolent and
Protective Order of Elks. Cfcel-
sie .1. seiuTi-hia ol Miami, past
grind esteemed leading knight,
and Marvhl I.. Kimmel. M
P .-i president ol thi t
ids State Elks Assn., :H sp ir-
head the local i
tion

Atunoii Dnnwody, local it-
I chairman ol the
board >! the United Fun
County, has annoui
that the board <>f directors of the
United Fund has approved the
applications of the Big Broth-
ers of Greater Miami and the
Comprehensive Health Planning
Council as member agencies of
the United Fund, bringing the to-
tal agencies supported by the
United Fund to 44.
it ft
R. Stjinwood Hiegins. Of the
Fl igler Federal Savings & Loan
Association, has beer, chosen
district commodore of the In-
ternational Lightning Class As-
sociation f'>r the state of Flor-
ida. In addition to this honor.
Mr. Higgins will participate in
the North American Champion-
ships which will take place in
Milwaukee in August of this
year.
it ft ft
Dr. Jack Mishkln of Miami
CANTOR
til known, %*mi-rtlir*4,
pptoroncr, eicellcut daner, ovail-
>lc (or Hrgk Holy Ders, 'riotey
"<)ht ond Sntvrday services as wall
s oil other holidays. Mit refer
Snces. Will travel. 72-Ot01.
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Beach will install officers of the
Alpha On* ga Dent il fraternity
at a June 5th dinner at Kings
B ij Y ichl ind Country Club.
Dr. Jerome Summers will Lo-
st die i as the m w president,
taking o". e- from outgoing pri-
Ident, Dr. Marvin Goldberg.
B p m rlinner will be pn o led .
bj a 7 p m. cocktail rec : I
ft ft
Statt Vttorney Rldiard E.
Gentein, will address the An
n s i l W imen Ac >unt-
ants, M ami I Ihapter 75, at the
annual install ition b inquet to
bel ''l In th i>:rx>r.t PI tza Ho-
tel, Tuesd y at 7 p.m. Mr. Ger-
stein's subject will l>c "The Law
us Alive hut not Well."
ft ft ft !
A horse show for the benefit ,
of the American Cancer Society ,
will be held at Hialeah Race
Course June 11 through 13. The
show begins at 8 a.m. Friday,
with continuous performances
through the weekend.
it it it
Grove House School is now
accepting registration for its
Summerart" school program. A
variety of an ana crafts classes
for all ages, from 6 through
adult, with morning, afternoon
and evening schedules is offered.
There will be three sessions:
June 14-July 2. July 7-31, Aug.
2-28.
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Mount Sinai Hospital Vuxiilar} H
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w-urkahopa fttpra b) I
ill I*' foiiowrd by open dls
iii.l qu.sturns fr.mi th.
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hip ^ i. r t
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We don't claim to know the most
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to in) meal especial j I you prepare them "gour-
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,dd spiceg .mi! other goodie*. Foi th nk about
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Sisterhood Elects
Mrs. Ben Jacobson
Th.' Si-t-.ho.x1 of Sky I. lie
SvnHcocuc has announced the elec
tion of Mrs Ben Jacobson. 1530
XI 191st St.. North Miami B
as it< piesident.
Mrs Jacobson and bar UUu Uu-
band cam" to Miami five years
o I m Utiea NY., and were
RDtong ihe first chartered mom-
hers .if Sky Lake Synagogue, Shi
i .. for -li. past four \.' ir
- r ot the Sisti rh kxI'<
i;>'..! i i' i >.,. ctors.
M m w ill be serving
ie follov s during
yea M v- Pan-
I -' re on d. nl nd
m'sing i h lirman: M' Fn<
Ice president
.1 m. i hei ship chaim n; M-
Mo Hnlber, t i M t" -
S urmap. i
Mrs B :;. Wi In r, i
'
i "a ilan, program chairman.
' -..
II Board "i Din ctors Mrs i >a-
> l B iki Mrs R !)..-,-a Balab in
M I .ill n D 'itsch Mrs, II. -
."in Khrlich Mrs. Asherj I
Mrs Ycttn F illlek, Mrs R .-
FeW, Mrs Stanlej Kestin, M-s
Krausner, Mrs Vndrcv
K iuss, Mrs \orman Liebenmn
l o Si Ison, Mrs. Rose N i-
delman, Mrs, Barnev Pulda, Mis
Bi uchc it n n and Mrs. Theodon
Sigman.
Hebrew Academy
Parents Elect Slate
The Parent*' organization of the
I South Dadc Hebrew Acadcmv.
, which iw.'s the facllitcs of the
YMYWHA of Greater Miami, has
announced the following slate of
| ffici is for 1971-72: Mrs. Ah in
I BtwajM issaahVali Mm. M-iwn
tt. li Mis. Rubin Offenbach,
Mrs Manm-1 Merker, Mis Wolf
Lichter. Mrs. Strtney Indgin and
Mis. Arthur Needelman, vie pres-
Id. rts Ml William Camnbell and
i Sary E

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References Required
TEMPLE JUOEA
5500 Granada Boulevard
Coral Gnbl- .
Phone 667 5657

. people don't
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salesmen senonsly.
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Louis Hoberman, former vice mayor of Surfside. is showi
receiving a qold key from Miami Beach Mayor Jay Derme
during the recent installation ceremonies of the Brandei
Zionist District held at the Washington Federal Auditor.ur.
on Ncimandy Isle. Mayor Dermer cited him for his 15 year,
of public service a.<= a Surfside councilman, president of the
American Jewish Congress, president cf the Miami Beacr
Music 6. Arts League, chancellor commander of the Georg-
Gershwin Lodge. Knights of Pythias, and dedication to m
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BARKY Ml.i.TZKR
Barry Stuart, son oi Mrs. Doro-
thy Meltzer, 11260 S.W. 47th Ter .
uiii ( ;. brati his Bar Mltxvah at
Temple Or Olom Saturday morn-
Barry, i seventh grader at Riv-
Jumur High School, playi vio-
lin the Mhool orchestra. H
a ir Boy Seoul Tr i ;< 44S.
Urt Mi Itzer will host the Kid-
dush following aervieej and i i
ci pt hi at honi' S turda) tfti r-
A" ''). h ir* i in -'- h
<. Imothei
M ': --'Kim.in. h.-
N a York and ste
it the i >
I la ind M Mrs :i }
G f New \
-
tending will be Leon's grand-
mother, Mrs. Ruth Cohen >! Mi-
ni Bcneh and M> iiw Ironi
Indianapolis, ImL, Mr. and Mra
David Simon.
tf. if. #
RARKY KLEIN
Barry Steven, the ion of Mr
and Mrs. David Klein, and |
son of Mr. and Mrs. William
Ratnofl <>f Miami Beach, will be-
come Bar Mitzvah on Saturday,
June ti. at Temple Km.irv.i-Kl.
Barry attend! Nautilus Junior
(Ugh School, where he is in the
seventh jjrade.
The ei lebrant will be honored
I a Kidduah :n the tei
mediately following die worship
service ind ..t .< reception .it the
Hotel Saturday evening.
, A.
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DAYID BOSS
Saturday, Jum 5, during the 11
- .t T< mpJe Beth Kl.
[follywo i. Das id Alfc n, Um i
i t Mr. ami Mrs. TheodOTI R Mi
be i alii (I to the Torah ai
Mitzvah.
a student al McNicol
- hooL ': re h> is
:;i the s. ., nth gra h
Tiv ,- i- renl
Mn Ri gii i Rosa ol
and Mrs Faitl le G I and
Arthur Gi I will '
1 an: ;,(
'
the H. brew
M mi
Mi '. i Mi s. E u p i.
n, pan ins of in- i
will honor Mm al the Ksd
following themrvicea. The in.
a ill also mai Ic dot bj
visiting laraal thJa nunn
v t-?
I.AUKKM E K WTOR
Lawrence K> '! observe
*CrTtzvah at Beltl T
n on Saturday Jum S
The celehranl la the s.>n of Dr
and Mrs NomUB K.intor of 4015
University Pi. and grandson ol
Mr and Mrs Howard Delta and
Mr and Mrs Nathan Batktoi
I i nth grade stu-
dent at Gulliier Academy, will he
honored at a reception to be held
at the David Williams Hotel
Two security guarda were honored r< TTj
Pohce Chief Bernard Garmire (nghl !
efforts in apprehending robbery suspects -..: w-.~~7|
block chase through downtown Miami. Josepn M uJ
(left), chairman of the board of Dade P< aral SarauS
Loan Association of Miami, made an c.c. : tiooal ?t^!
hon of a U.S. Savings Bond to Bill I
who resides al 433 MI 82nd St.. and Co ,k f|*
bom right; 3225 Elizabeth St.. Coconut Grova m^Z
of Feick Secuiity Systems.
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Mi and Mn \ ai S Black, will
fitzvah at Tempi.
11' Saturda...
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Mrs. Jerome I. Udell has
been named president of
the New York Association
for New Americans, a ben-
eficiary of the United Jew-
ish Appeal. A former vice
president of NYANA. she
was a founder of the agen-
cy in 1949. and has long
been a leader in philanthro-
pic and child care organiza-
tions.
COMPUTER RENTAL
360 23-4tK-WShr.
360 30 4JK S30hr.
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iMERICa IAMERS IIFI
CALL MMN COST 377 U44
HARDER HALL
GOLF-TENNIS
CAMP FOR
TEENS (Co-Ed)
On beautiful Rex Beach Lake in the re -g lake-'oga
country of Florida s Central Highlands A perioi s^
camp program t Florida's First Golf Resort 19- ho*
Championship Course Individual coacr : laaai
and water sports by top Pros Pool and ike S -^
Water skiing Sailing Driver Ed : King Trtpi
Socials Discotheoue Acad.' .....g a\i iBa.
CAMP SESSION STARTS JULY 1
CAMP DIRECTORS. VICTOR E. JACOBSON A MM
For Brochure and Particulars write: S. T G "t Harder Hall Golf-Tennis Camp
Completely Air Cond. Sebring. Fla. call cc eel 813 385-CWl
UEOM COHEN
L*on th : Mr and Mrs
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BKV1K KINTUV
B ) son of l
Mi Id i ti Epal Bar
:\ ih during S itui
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Dr. | M-- 1 pste n Will
th< Kidduah in their son's h>
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an honor ttudl nt at
John F. Kennedy Junior High
Sch
A Kidduah will be aponaored'by
Mr a-; 1 M Cohen for the QMS-
"> lowing the servtea
fo. afose I Bath Torah Cbnun jun'e
follov-ir.^ the Kid,: oh f Iliir% S||verst(
the honored euests at-! Barry la in the aeventl
RXRKV SII.VKRSTKIN
' 11> mooting n Ices at
CAMP
MENORAH
DAY CAMP
under supervision o'
Rabbi Stanley Waits
June 16 to Aligns". 10
4 12 Year Olds
* Swtmming
a spMts
* Orama
* Mus<
* Arts 1 Crafts
HOT KOSHtR LUNCH'S
TRANSPORTATION AVAILABLE
REGISTER NOW
4 Announces registration now being
accepted for September enrollment.
Ages 3 to 6
Nursery thru kindergarten
7500 S.W. 120th Street 238 2601
Elayne Cohen. Director 261 3796
Inquire about summer camp programs
HEBREW ACADEMY SUMMER DAY CAMP
2400 PINE TREC DRIVE, MIAMI BEACH
JUNE 14 TWU AUGUST 6- BOYS AND GWIS AGES 4 TWU 14
AIH CONDITIONED BUILDING HOT LUNCHES
FREE BUS TrUMSPOir-aTIOH PROFESSIONALLY DIRECTED
SCIENCE
lot) tiptrimtnts
Nofurc Study
St^iKefrt^Kt,
ATHLETICS
Sw.minaig l-i & AwC'dt
I.O.i'f4l Sl*'t pfOv'0n
I aafeaa Aiiar >. Iras*
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Air Coo*tort Art too-n
.*oe.nnt#tu^,,h( ; ,
DRAMATICS
Siiu
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reek Line 9s 2nd Luxury
Cruise Ship In Service
. k Lin* has converted
S i'Ivmpia from a two-
itlsnttc Uner into an
l:is luxury rruis.'
[ it 't Inti i \ from
md istern US.
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Protestant Clergymen
Maintain "Status Quo'
onference aboard the Greek Line's
' T.S.S. Olympia." are itrom left) George
C. Gaitar.os. Advertising and Promotion
Manager. Ami S. Vassiliadis, executive
vice president and director. U.S. and Can-
ada, John Goulandris, owner of the Greek
Line, and Frank Schwartzman. New York
J-. ertising and public relations execu-
tive. Occasion was gala party reiebrating
the newly rebuilt and refurbished Olym-
pic's arrival in New York to resume cruise
sailings to the Bahamas, Bermuda and the
Caribbean.
. t majority'' of Protes-
m n are helping to per-
lit tin ItatlU quo '>" M>oal
;. r. pn>l)l'm>. according
ehenstve study m i V
- Seymour Grwib ird
h :i in-man of th' Ant -
I League of B'nai B'rith
entitled "Wayward
Prejudice md th* Prot-
hi asf rts that minis-
ling to use the power '.
| to redress p ievances
i- rith prejud icrimi-
rty, war, crime, and
t .)- th it although
t.int > ire much less
than th'",r parishton-
lin i good deal more
than the) ought t"
I bj it am of four be-
:11ij-t-i l: idney
I D v alter, Charles Y
Harold E. Quinlej
M fiom the AIM., th'
shi ii last m >nth b>
Row la the ibtth l
Patterns of Amei
b i on ri
i of rete irch con-
I i : by the Uni-
California Survey Re-
I
rch team used I
URPORT TAXI
7.90 FLAT RATE
cau iuy MMMf
aiso CHAumu* sikvki
. IN YOUR HOME .
[ORDOiVS 24 IIR.
HEALTH SPA
< nlnnle IrriKtion->limr:il
Bofhj. Theropcufic Masiafc
800 Wfif At: 673 4425
All faciiirici
clergymen of the nine largest
Prut, -taut denominations in Cali-
fornia aa their sample for tin' cur-
rent work. They found that dc-
spite one of the most tgonizing
la In American history, the
iverage minister devoted only
thriv sermons a year to specific
social .md political problems.
1 In addition to prejudice and
lusti re, the sociologists include
rty among social is-
sues !' i, they -i> In-
tludi ; things i- h I pray-
Irugs
> iphy'.
The in ilys -'i >ws that Protes-
tant clergj ire mu -h Ii ss anti-
Semitic th in thej use I to be even
though this ancient ittitude per-
sists
The general basis for ill will
; w is hostilit) to Ju 11-
Ism as i re igion stemming from
what the auth e c ill urn* i
commitment to "traditional"
till!-'
'\. TUCifi> '
em to be beyi i
ert
N itii th it "clergymen at
ilj free ol inti-Sen
which is not i ioti I in re
11 i h 11
if th.' cone
Ii m s as u for tlv cruel-
< r.der a curse fi n God
il I 11C
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tow il ti-Sen
Itism wu'.d be n I
Pershing Offers Summer
Vacation Rental Plan
Pershing Aato Leasing, Inc.,!
with executive offices it 1545 Al-
ton Road, Miami Beach has an-
nounced i summer vacation-car
plan, under which a 1971 auto-1
mobile can be rented for seven
full days with 500 free miles
for a flat rate of $39. South Flor-
ida \ icationers will bo able to pick
up or drop the cars off at any one |
of four locations in Dade and
Broward counties.
The renter pays for his own
gasoline, but one million dollars
if i: ibility insur ince aa well as
fire, thefl nd comprehensive in-
surance Is provided under the plan >
COLPA Applauds New
Regulations
CANTOR AVAILABLE
FOR HIGH HOilDAY
Conservative Services
Expert Dovencr with beautiful
traditional Nusach fully qualified.
Writ.- M.A. e/O Ilo\ ttS,
Miami. Florida 33101
NEW YORK 'JTAi The Na-
tional Jewish Commisson on Law
and Pulilic Affairs (COLPA) ap-
plauded the issuance of now regu-
lations requiring federal agencies
to accommodate the religious
in ids of Sabbath-observing ern-
es and applicants by the U.S.
Civil Service Commission.
Many Sabbath observers have in
the past been denied employment
by federal agencies refusing to
make even minimal adjustments
in uniform work schedules, the
COLPA spokesman said. Such ad-
justments have been required ui
private employment since 1967
under the guidelines issued by the
Equal Employment Opportunities
i Commission.
The Civil Service Commission
, action came as the result of an
i intensive two-year campeingn by
COLPA to obtain promulgation of
the EEOC guidainea.
IN RN HOME
Elderly or Senile. Room and Board
Special Diet and Personal Attention
DOCTOR ON CALL ..
681-1308
HANDTRUCK
HUlQUiHTEnS
OF THE AIM
HEAR
JACOB
KHACHTER
HAY YOUR
fAVORITI
YIDDISH MUSK
VttY S'JNOAY AT NOOIt
MHO STATION WIT0
WOO On Your Dial
16
MODELS
300 Lb.
Capacity
50
16
MINI
FORK
LIFTS
&
Corner N.E. 16th Avenue
& 135th Street
North Miami, FlonJj
ROCKIN 'N PONY RANCH
PONIS I HOUSES FOR "ALL OCCASIONS"
IIRTHDAY PARTIES
TRAIL RIDES & RIDING INSTRUCTIONS
TELEPHONES 661-8462 891-91W 642-8232
COMET IND., INC.
7332 SW 42 ST. -MIAMI
226-7569
ANNOUNCING THE SEPTEMBER 1971
OPENING OF
NORTH SHORE
ACADEMY
A private co-educational day school
located in Miami Shores
Grades through 7th Enrolling now
Call 754-6186
regarding rate & information
Dt. Arthur W. Kellner received
' special recognition at the re-
Icent Florida State Dental So-
. ciety convention in the Diplo- j
mat Hotel. A practicing Holly-
1 wood dentist. Dr. Kellner is serv-
ing his second 3-year term as
5th District Trustee to the Amor-
loop Dental Association.
FALL SEASON
WAHTED YOUTH ADVISORS
_j
FOR A CONSERVATIVE SYNAGOGUE
PREFERABLY WITH CONSERVATIVE YOUTH BACKGROUND
aTsO WANTED YOUTH ACTIVITIES SPECIALISTS
PHOTOGRAPHY MUSIC ARTS AND CRAFTS
PLEASE CALL MR. JERRY LESTER
947-7528


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* eJewish' Floridian
Dedicctlcn Supplement
QmkUm m jtwtsH unity mi m jcwish wukly
Miami, Florida. Friday, June 4, 1971
Section C
Dedicated to the
new home of the
Greater Miami
JewishFederation
THE FEDERATION
BUILDING:
A DREAM COME TRUE
By Milton Wnts
President, Greater Miami Jewish Federation
Since our Federation was formed more
than 33 years ago, we have occupied space
i:i numerous buildings. As the community
pew and as our programs grew we have
fiad to occupy quarters which became too
small and inefficient for our activities and
the attendance at our meetings. In our
1317 Biscayne Boulevard location, we were
badly overcrowded for the past few years
and there was no possibility of our obtain-
ing additional space there. This meant
considering another move.
The Greater Miami Jewish Federation,
like all human institutions, is a changing
instrument. It has evolved gradually from
a fund-raising mechanism to a community
service organization of broad scope. As it
has grown, it has outgrown its quarters...
and oecause another move became essen-
tial, the Federation decided to build pre-
cisely what was required.
For four years a committee of the Fed-
eration, under the chairmanship of Leo
Eisenstein, surveyed possible sites for a
building and in 1968 the site at 4200 Bis-
cayne Boulevard was purchased.
A public campaign for the purpose of
constructing the new building which
could affect the vital Combined Jewish
Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund campaign
was ruled out by the Federation's Board
of Directors.
Instead, the entire cost of the structure
was funded by The Century Club, a group
of 100 dedicated community leaders, with
Joseph H. Kanter as Chairman, who to-
gether shared equally the cost of this
building.
Each Century Club member not only
pledged his continued support of the CJA-
IEF campaign, but the 1971 campaign
commitments of Century Club members
are substantially increased compared to
what these same men contributed to the
1970 campaign effort.
The monetary needs of our local agen-
cies and of Israel will not be impaired by
the generous contributions of Century
Club members who have more than ex-
pressed their concern for the welfare of
their fellow Jews but rests in the hands
of those Miamians who have yet to make
a pledge to the 1971 CJA-IEF campaign.
One thing that is certain is that tomor-
row's Jewish community will probably dif-
fer drastically from that of today. Whether
the change be slow or dramatic, the Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation will play A
vital role in effecting this change.
During the last decade the Federation,
housed in a 19th century business atmos-
phere, continued through its agencies to
fulfill its mandate of caring for our chil-
dren, for our aged, the sick, the emotion-
ally disturbed, the distressed family in
short, it accepted as its major aim the
necessity for improving the quality of Jew-
ish life and maintaining and developing
the basic ethical values of Jewishness.
With an estimated Jewish population
of 250,000 full time residents the fifth
largest Jewish community in the United
States the Greater Miami Jewish Feder-
ation has, as a sign of its gTowth and ma-
turity, committed itself to the concept of
one community with common concerns,
common responsibilities and common
goals.
If Federation is prepared to continue
the centuries-old concept of Tzedukah"
with the most modern concept of helping
people surmount their problems, it must
have the means and tools to help shape
the future of our Jewish community.
The Federation is now truly the Jewish
community's chief address. It may be de-
fined as the acceptance by members of the
community that the Federation is a place
where Jews come to consider problems af-
fecting Jews. It is, in brief, tne most im-
portant community outlet for total Jewish
philanthropic participation.
The Federation is the means through
which the members of our community ex-
press their deep and traditional responsi-
bility toward each other. The Jewish Fed-
eration idea is what changes a mass of
people into a real community. We believe
that this new Federation building will be
identified for years to come as the citadel
of "Tzedukah* the Jewish concern for the
welfare of all human beings.


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Jewuh Floridian Dedication 8ttppkmnt
Fridty. |un> ( lm
Roster of
Federation
Presidents -
1938 to the
Present.
STANLEY C MYERS
1938-1941 1954-1956
BEN BRONSTON
1941-1943
MAX OROVITZ
1945-1947
SAM BLANK
1943-1944
JACOB SHER
19471949
MONTE SELIG
1944-1945
WILLIAM D. SINCER
1949-1951
CARL WE1NKLE
1952-1954
SIDNEY LEFCOURT
1962-1965
HOWARD KANE
1956-1957
JOSEPH M UPTON
1965-1967
AARON M KANNER
1957-1959
LEON KAPLAN
1967-1969
SAM J HEIMAN
1959-1961
MILTON WEISS
1969-Present
DAN B. RUSKIN
1951-1952
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1961-1962


Friday. June 4, 1971
Jewish Floridian Dedication Supplement
Page Three
SOME NOTABLE FIRSTS
IN FEDERATION'S STORY
From Its First Campaign
In 1939, To A Home Of
Its Own, Federation Has
Traveled A Long and
Notable Road
By STANLEY C. MYERS
fint PrarUml, Greater Miami Jewith Federation
Tn the beginning there were Jews living in the
Creator Miami area but there was no unified
Creator Miami Jewish community-.
On this occasion of dedicating the new Fed-
eration building, we realize that 33 years is a
long period of time, both in the life of a person
and in the life of a community.
The real awakening and commencement of
our Jewish community began when the first Fed-
eration meeting was held at the home of Sam
Blank on the evening of May 7th, 1938. At that
meeting it was decided that Creator Miami with
a Jewish population of 19,500 needed central
organization and coordination for its Jewish
ii'.ition and organizations. This is more true to-
.(V when our Jewish community numbers almost
The predecessor of today's Jewish Family and
( liildren's Service was already in existence by
the time Federation was formed. In the early
due to an awakened community interest
and awakening community demand, dedicated
i lers founded the Jewish Home for the Aged.
the Baron deHirsch Loan Fund, the Bureau of
Jewish Education, the Jewish Community Cen-
ter* Mount Sinai Hospital, the National Council
of l"wish Women's Service to the Foreign Born
and die Jewish Vocational Service.
Not only must we in our community hold
ourselves responsible for helping to take care of
the poor, the sick, the homeless and the aged,
but this must be done under the overall coordin-
ation of a central body to avoid duplication and
the waste of effort and money. I believe that this
is a vital element of Federation and of tremen-
dous importance to us who want to be assured
not only that we get a full measure of value from
the dollars we contribute but also that they are
Used in the higher qualitative fashion.
Many people think of Federation solely in
terms of its annual campaign, but it does and
jhould mean a lot more Miami's current popu-
lation "irilrf'mi has brought about an incessant
demand tor more servic M and the Federation, as
the central organization, is devoting itself to
meeting the needs of the total Jewish community
through three vital functions-fund-raising, bud-
geting and community planning.
The establishment of our Federation was a
prime factor in awakening communal interest.
Federation's leadership, with the support of the
community, helped to found the great network
of health and welfare agencies, which are today
supported by Federation and are truly commun-
ity agencies because in all truth the Federation
is the community and the community is the
Federation.
The dedication of the new Creator Miami
Jewish Federation building appropriately sym-
bolizes the growth and development of our Jew-
ish community and its heightened vision of its
own moral and social responsibilities.
The challenges to us are highlighted by an
examination of the components of change. Our
population is expanding rapidly and the expan-
sion is in the areas of the very young and the
Very old. We must originate and develop pro-
grams to meet the special needs of these groups.
A community-wide program concerned with the
problems of the aged, taking in all aspects of
cue, b a must in our community's planning of
the future. And the young people have expressed
renewed concern in all areas of social well-
being, capturing and utilizing the basic morality
f Judaism, of one's moral responsibility toward
hi* fellow man, and the Federation recognizes
this and is attempting to find areas and means
through which these commitments can be fun-
neled into truly meaningful community service.
A significant reason for the growth of our
Federation has been the dedicated and commit-
ted executive professional staff who, during the
past 33 years, have devoted their total energies
toward the betterment of our community. At this
time I think it only proper that I mention Arthur
S. Rosichan, Federation I first and current Exec-
utive Vice President, who for the past 11 years
has been a key figure in helping mold the many
divergent community interests into one total
community effort. His predecessors as Executive
Directors were Dr. Benjamin Rosenberg, Morris
Klass, and Benjamin Goldman.
Our look into the future requires an examin-
ation in detail of the kind of community we have
the kind of people who live here a real cen-
sus of our community. We can then make a posi-
tive determination to communicate today's Jew-
ish needs and future Jewish needs of those now
growing up in our community.
To meet problems requires more than just a
desire. In today's world it requires diligent re-
search on the part of Federation. Key to all of
our problems is the continuing involvement of
our new leadership and the discovery, develop-
ment, and training of more new leadership who
have and Will continue to have the same love,
lion and dedication to the concept of \olun-
I ay responsibility, on a coordinated and planned
through our Federation, ;>s our leaden <>f
33 years ago had and still maintain
The accomplishments of the past have lvcen
meaningful. The direction of the future and its
accomplishments can he even more meaningful.
"The past is but a prelude."
HIGHLIGHTS OF
THIRTY-THREE YEARS
OF COMMUNITY SERVICE
1938-May 7, 1*18: First Federation meeting held at
home ot Sam Blank organizations pledge unity
. multiple appeals studied 19,500 Jewish
population.
1939-First Federation campaign Baron de HirscTi
Meyer. Chairman $82,745 raised. (Coal $65.-
100) Stanley C Myers, first President Jewish
Welfare Society (now the Jewish Family and Chil-
dren's Service) aids DP's.
140-Jewish Home for the Aged chartered.
1941-Bureau of Jewish Education founded as re>ult of
Federation study.
1942-45-Wai years ISO. JWB Service programs
. Baton He Hirwh Loan Fund established,
1944 Miami Beach YMIIA program established.
i945-Jewish Home for the Aged opens doors Fed-
eration conducts population survey in.000 Jewish
neliionli in Dadc County Cround broken for
new Servicemen's Center.
1948-Miami opens its heart to save remnants of Euro-
pean Jewry First big CJA campaign to save
refugees Displaced Persons aid program by
National Council of Jewish Women.
1947-CJA Women's Division organized Alton Road
Hospital reopened under Jewish Community aus-
pices CJA launches first million do'lar cam-
paign Creater Miami Jewish Community Cen
ter auditorium and gymnasium built in Miami;
Beach Branch built Study of Leisure-TitnO
IXIOtfa
IMS-Israel's Independence Federation raises
$1,485,000. ,
1949_Mount Sinai Hospital-former hotel and wartime
rehabilitation center opens in December, Jew-
ish Vocational Service established as a result of
Federation study.
1950-Southwe*tYMHA program opens.
1951-Jewish Home for the Aged moves to Douglas Car-
dens Town and Beach Y's reorganize to estab-
lish Creater Miami Jewish Community Center.
1952- Bureau of Jewish Education moves to new build-
ing on Jan. 6.
1953-Warsaw Ghetto Memorial... Jewish Center group
work program for Jewish Home for the Aged un-
dertaken. i *
1954-Jack Ablin Memorial Building constnicted at Jew*
ish Home for the Aged North County YMHA
program I'JA consolidation loan for $750,000
1935-Mount Sinai Hospital building drive for $7 milHojl
opens ... Jewish Family Service undertakes child-
placement and adoption services.
1W-Jewish Education Studv ... Young Executives In-
stitute sponsored by Federation $1,000,000
I'JA refunding program loan completed Fed-
eration takei the lend in organizing Committee on
the Mid-East Crisis Federation is awarded
American Jewish Committee's scroll for communM f
leadership.
1957-Highest CJA total: $1,768,000 Federation re.
of the most outstanding campaigns in the country.
Federation is awarded CJFWF Award for best,
publicity Chaplaincy Service established .
First President's Leadership Award Hungarian
escapees helped by National Council of Jewish
Women and Jewish Family Service ... 3 Agencies
join United Fund through Federation.
1958Jewish Family Service opens new Miami BeacS
office Southwest Branch of Y.M.H.A ded:-
rated Jewish Vocational Service officially ad-
mitted to Federation family Supreme Court
Justice William O.Douglas addresses Attorney an-i
Accoutants Divisions.
1959-Leadership program workshopinitiated and nil
by Federation of Jewish Women's Organization I
. National Council of Jewish Women starts prr-.
ject for the blind and partially sighted children
Jewish Vocational Service signs cooperative agree,
ment with the Home for the Aged for Worksho-i
program Headlines tell story of Jews fieeir.;
Rumania and CJA and I'JA role in their rescue ,
Pocket sized traveling musical show tells commur..
ity of Federation work.
i960Federation moves into its own building, buildir :
dedicated in November; Opening of Mt. Sinai Hos-
pital, Hospital gets $50,000 Cobalt Bomb to tre*:
Cancer; Supervised play for children of working
parents offered by the Creater Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center, and establishment of Day Cente-*
for Senior Citizens; Opening of Sheltered Work-
shop Ceriatrics Research Lab. Four new pa-
vilions at the Jewish Home for the Aged; Burea '.
of Jewish Education opens College of Jewis-*.
Studies; Federation agencies alerted to the move-
ment of Cuban Refugees. Arthur S. Rotican, ne**
Executive Director, makes his first report.
1961-Jewish Vocational Service receives first governner?
grant for rehabilitation program FederstH'.
and Federation agencies co-ordinate migration c:
Jewish refugees from Cuba to the Miami copt
munity. United HIAS opens Miami resettle-
ment office for Cohan refugees. HIAS. Fedei
.iml National Council of Jewish Women coordl la' I
resettlement activities for Cuban Jewish fa:;
1962-Plans formulated for celebration ot 25th Ann wee-
sary yr.ir Federation operates hrst '
Fund camp lign For memhei iting in a-.
additional 105 beds it ) me for the \[
. Federation approves setting up Jewish I
munity Foundation for Legacies and Blues's
1963-iSth Anniversary year lebration ai
memorative programs established. Samuel
endows a Jewish Cultural Led irevhip Frde-.
ation hosts I >r the : the General Assemb' .
of the Council of Jewish ins and Wrlfj-s
Funds in November Jewish Vocational Si
makes application to United Fund
1964-Feder.itum honor roll discontinued. Jewish Fair
and Children's Service Croup Treatment Hon -
dedicated. Westbrooke Country Club purchased u
new home for YM & YW HA.
1965-Jewish Family & Children's Service Croup Treat-
ment Home opened. Federation's first Public A"'
fairs Committee formed. Federation approver .-
establishment of Community Chaplaincy prograr-,
1966-Jewish Education study initiated. Jewish Voca-
tional Service receives grant from EOPI to tra' -
hard to place workers. Jewish Family & Children's
Service office building initiated. 10-year Capit '.
Needs Survey completed and Federation Exec-
tive Committee approves erection of Common;" t
Service Building Jewish Chaplaincy progra .
tiated.
1967-Survev of YMHA approved and initiated. Tide"-
ation Building Site Committee appointed. Forma-
tion of South Florid.) Council on Israel Emere
Abrupt termination of regular Combined
Appeal campaign and initiation of 1st Israel Erne--
gency Fund Campaign in Ji. ..lion rais, -s
31.616,000 in Regular campaign and
in Israel Emergency Fund for total of $4,76(
Federation appfovei continuation of Israel E >-
gencv Fund for 1>*8 on a OtM card-2 line !
Jewish Family & Children's Service Group T c*"
ment Home discontinued and transferred to '
of Lebanon Hospital. Campaign evaluati
presented to and accepted by Executive Con
tee. Building Committee officially appoint
Federation.
1968Site for new Federation building purchased.
eration becomes participant in Greater M .
Coalition. Federation approves Jewish Vocal :
Service purchase of building to I OUH BBCH I
workshop. Miami Beach property of "Y" sole *
Processing Survey carried out resulting in
purchase of equipment. Community Rilai iocs (
mittee formed.
1969Federation leadership Program rc-inauguratcs -
rael Youth Affairs Program l>?gun. Federate
vekjps position paper with regard to day s- r
Federation Building Committee formed. .\
participates in National Jewtofa Population
Miami delegation of 5 attends 1st Confront i
Human Needs in Israel Combined Jewish Ap
Israel Emergency Fund campaign raises S4 mi
1970New By-Laws adopted for Federation. IbI
begin in Miami on National Jewish Popul 1
Study Federation grants approval to Jewish
ily & Children's Service to inaugurate Oi.
Program for Troubled Teenagers. Cround-bu. igj
takes place for Federation building. Fo-indali .
Jewish Philanthropies becomm operative as l
name of Legacy & Bequest Committee. Con i r
ion on Jewish Education makes first major r ;
to Board. Community Board appointed by I
ation to act as Board of Hillel at U niver.il-. -,;"
Miami. New Multiple Appeals Committee d
oped and guidelines approved. Combined Jr l
Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund campaign r
$5,100,000 in 1970 campaign Committee on S->\^-s
Jewry formed as Sub-committee of Comm' Mty
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Jewish Flortdtan Dedication Supplement
Frdev. )Wmi
1*1
THE COMMUNITY CONCEPT OF FEDERATION
The Keystone of Jewish
Communal Effort It is a
"Uniquely American"
Development
By ARTHUR S. ROSICilAV, Executive Vice Trciulcnt
(premier Miami /null Federation
SEVENTY FIVE YEARS AGO in Boston. Mass-
achusetts, a completely new institution was
organized by members of the Boston Jewish
community to meet the serious problems created
by the intensified immigration of Jews to the
United States. Those who founded that institu-
tion did not realize that the)- were creating an
institution not only for Jews and that it would
be copied by Jews and non-Jews all over the
United States; and it would be a forerunner of
non-sectarian as well as sectarian institutions
here and in other countries throughout the world.
Since the founding of the Boston Federation
Jn 1896, some 224 Jewish Federations have come
into being in the United States, each modeled
after the original; thousands of United Funds,
United Ways, Community Chests and Councils
- are also patterned after the original Jewish
Federation.
The Federation development is a uniquely
American Jewish cultural and social phenom-
enon whose relevancy has expanded with age
since 1896. The Jewish Community of the United
States has found no better way of meeting the
problem of Tzedukah, and of improving the
quality of Jewish life than through the instru-
mentality of Federation.
Miami's Jewish Federation is a relatively young
institution some 13 years old. It was conceived
in a period of depression. It has lived through
a major war. It has encountered the greatest era
of technological and social change ia the history
of this country. It has witnessed, Jewishly speak-
ing, the most historical event of the last 2,000
years the rebirth of the Jewish Nation and
today, it moves into its new home on Biscayne
Boulevard.
This organizational form developed out of
Crisis and emergency and the Jewish Federation
embodies the concept of togetherness of kith and
Jun, a relationship all Jews bear to each other.
There are those who have said, and rightfully
sa. that a building, however large, however
elaborate, has no purpose unless the program
that is carried out within that building has va-
lidity. Our new building was built only because
of the programs which necessitated it, because
Within it is the core of the Jewish community,
and from it, extending through this entire coun-
ty, are the tenacles that bind it to even.- Jew and
to every problem that affects Jews, as well as
to every problem that affects the general com-
munity.
This is not only the place where plans are
made for the annual Jewish community cam-
paign, and from which that campaign is con-
ducted; it is also the place where plans are made
for budgeting the money raised and recognizing
the priorities which exist and the needs which
must be met. It is the place where many people
gather to plan together the new programs need-
ed by a changing society It is one of the places
wherein our heritage will Ik- preserved. Ours is
not an authoritative function. It is rather a func-
tion of coordination, of cooperation, and of col-
laboration. More important, it has. as a basic
objective, the assurance that all of the things that
Jews want for all Jews are done in the most
effective way possible.
It is particularly appropriate to mention Rob-
ert Forman, our Executive Director, whose re-
sponsibility is budgeting ami planning. He work-
ed closely with the architect, builders and the
interior designer in coordinating the develop-
ment of the building so that the functions of
Federation would flow naturally. On behalf of
the community we thank him.
Our strength lies in diversity and in the abil-
ity to have unity at a time when unity is ex-
tremely essential, and that is NOW, when out-
side forces are trying to destroy our unity.
If there is one truism about Jews, it is that
we all agree that giving to those in need is a
Ert of our heritage and that all of us are bound
y the tenet of Tzedukah. We may not all agree
upon what we give for and we may not agree
upon the distribution of these funds, but we do
recognize the fact that we want our children to
be protected and we want our elderly to be taken
care of. We want our children to grow up with
a Jewish heritage and to preserve the family as
the basic identifiable unit in Jewish life.
And we want and need our synagogues to
grow and prosper and flourish, and aliove all,
Israel must be secure.
We are here to commit the uncommitted, to
concern the unconcerned and to act as a con-
stant reminder that compassion is part of being
a Jew.
In essence, this is Federation, its philosophy
and approach. This new Federation building
is here to serve as the Jewish coinmunitv's ad-
dress, as the place where its problems are
brought not always resolved but discussed
and considered.
As the years go by and society changes, the
Jewish community mas find a more viable insti-
tution than Federation, but for the 20th Centurv
it has and is serving the purpose of uniting all
Jews in those things for which units is essential.
Today, the task of explaining Federation,
Israel and the American Jew, rests with aacfa of
us. Today what others understand shout Feder-
ation and its relationship with the American Jew
depends, in large part, on vshat each American
iew understands about his heritage and about
imself.
About the never ending urge toward abun-
dance for all toward broader opportunity
for each individual to develop his capacities to
the fullest toward a culture enriched by
ceaseless self-criticism toward higher and
higher social goals, over strange thresholds.
About Miami. al>out America, about Israel,
ever young, ever bold, ever curious, ever eager
for betterment and change.
Only an alerted Jewish community can do its
part to help meet the emergencies which face
our people today. Our dynamic community's fu-
ture depends upon a continued growth of our
Sense ot responsibility and morality, both to the
Greater Miami Jewish community, the United
States and to Israel.
Because of
These Common Ties
Bv MAX M. FISHER. President
Cmim-d of lewiih Federation! and R c., fm j
As the new home of one of the fastr _
Jewish communiti"- in the world 1 \
center of the Creater Miami Jewish Ffdenttil
represents years of dedication and i .fJ2
in behalf of the Jewish people an
kind everywhere. This unlimited .-- '-.' ^
made the Federation the central struct -oftS
Jewish community, moving dynamical hfai
with rapidly changing needs and oppot*ta^,
the emerging central address for evejy ^d.
concern the entire community. Its m aTc
grown as its achievements have rxpj---ri ^
great accomplishments now under w,, M h*
the prelude, I'm sure, to a far greater fatal
The headquarters are a tribute to &i ntn
community. Your Century dab, wh ml
buttons have made this possible. vnth ft J^.
ing their generous leadership gifts to t u prx*.
Hies of critical needs overseas and her- at bony
reflects the understanding and spmt w this bur.
geoning community. It sets a model of r:,~frna
and devotion.
Stepping across the threshold ir.' i new
home is a thrill for a communiU as for I !mii.
The hundreds of Jewish Federations .xriatgi
with you in the large family %
across the continent which is our Con"' shin
that thrill and pride with you. On he^j.: of i|
nf them, 1 wish you well in your new u,~mb4
for the many greater achievements it sSxidhrb
make possible in the years ahead.
MAX FISHER
A Symbol of Total
Community Commitment
Bap boa edward GtHSK
Ceneral I'liotrmiin, I'mtcJ /cuir.
The rapid growth of Miami's r- .'^
Community is a tribute to the conl lW*
tion of its members. This dcdkal **/
evident in the results to date of the I.-'- Cfl*
Lined Jewish Appeal-Israel Y *"
campaign of the Jewish Federation Creat Miami. This progress is also .1 ^
on the excellence of Miami's Jcv J**P
The achievements of the Federatu I
community which supports it will !wM*"
serve as an inspiration to coniinui.' iCK
the country. The Federation's IV '# "
a symbol of the total commitment of i-' "*
munity to the vitality of Jewish Lie.
ARTHUR S. ROSICHAN
EDWARD CINSBERC


Friday, June 4, W71
Jewish Floridian Dedication Supplement
Page Five
"HONOR NOT A MAN
FOR HIS POSSESSIONS:
HONOR HIM FOR
THE RIGHT USE
HE MAKES OF THEM"
*v JOSEPH H. k'AKTER
Chairman. The Century Club
When the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's
Board of Directors decided that the funding of
the new Federation building would not be
through the usual capital fund-raising effort, a
plan was suggested whereby the necessary funds
night be raised.
Under this plan, a group of 100 community
leaders would be approached and asked to make
equal commitments sufficient to accomplish our
purpose.
I was asked to be Chairman of this group, to
be known as The Century Club, and I now can
ay that it was one of the most thrilling experi-
ences I have ever had in all my years of com-
jBimity work.
The terms of the payments were designed to
make it possible for the donors to meet their
obligations without affecting their current giving
to the Combined |ewish Appeal-Israel Emer-
gency Fund campaign. As a matter of fact, all
of the donors have consistently increased their
annual giving to our Federation campaign.
The reaction to the idea of The Century Club
was immediate and enthusiastic. For the first
rime, the thought of a building of our own seem-
ed to be practical. Separate meetings were held
with each of the prospective donors over a
period of two months and, without exception,
they each joined the plan before leaving the
meeting.
While the building, with its facade Is archi-
tecturally impressive, the interior of the building
and the offices, meeting rooms and furnishings,
are practical and functional.
To express our appreciation fo the donors For
their wonderful generosity, a wall in the lobby
of the new building, with a unique design of the
Federation's logo, will contain a special glass
tablet whereupon the names of the members of
The Century Club will be permanently etched.
More than that, our answer lies in the re-
dedication which will come from having a home
of our own in earning on the blessed work of
helping our fellow man.
In a spirit of gratefulness and with a deepen-
ed awareness of the importance of serving our
Jewish and the general community, let us re-
dedicate our efforts to bettering the qualiy of
Jewish ue m every aspect of its sirs ices.
JOSEPH H. KAMTER
CENTURY CLUB
MEMBERS
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Abel
The Leonard Abess Family
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel I. Adler
Sidney D. Ansin Family Foundation
Herman R. Applebaum
Mr. and Mrs. I.. Jules Arkin
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Arkin
Mr. and Mrs. David R. Balogh
The Baros Family
Samuel blank and Family Foundation
Mr. and Mrs. James Breslow
The Shepard broad Family
Mr. and Mrs. David P. Catsman
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cohen
Jack B. Cooper
Irving Cypen Foundation
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Darsky
The Arthur Dery Family
Charles and Samuel Donner
The Elliot Eiseman Family
Mr. and Mrs. I.eo Eisenstein
Mr. and Mrs. Walter S. Falk
Ben and Bose Fleeman Family
Joel Friedland and Cera Id Robins
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Friedland
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Celvan
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley EL Cilbert
Mr. and Mrs. Louis E. Goldman
Mr. and Mrs. Jack D. Cordon
Dr. and Mrs. Philip Cotlieb
Nathan and Sophie Cumeniclc
Mr. ami Mrs. Joseph Handleman
Mr. and Mrs. Marshall S. Harris
Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Hecht
Mr. and Mrs. Morton Hill
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Horowitz
The Howard Kane Foundation
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph II. Kanter
Mr. and Mrs. Morton Kaplan
Mr. and Mrs. Perry Kaye
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kenin
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Kem
The Jerome and Norma Kipnis Family
Jay I. Kislak
Cal Kovens
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron M. Kravitz
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur 1-ingsam
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Lefcourt
Mr. and Sirs. Ralph Levitz
Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. bevy
Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Levy
Mr. and Mrs. David J. Light
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Lipton
Sam Luby, Sr. and Sam Luby, Jr.
Nathan Manilow Foundation
Ben Marden
Mr. and Mrs. Baron de Hirsch Meyer
Mr. and Mrs. Hank Meyer
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Miller
Saul J. Morgan
Mr. and Mrs. Harold N. Moss
Nicholas H. Morley and Family
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Muss
Irving L. Wexler Hy Pearl
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers
Mr. and Mrs. Evan Olster
Mr. and Mrs. Max Orovitz
Richard H. Parker
The Clifford Perlman Family
The Stuart Perlman Family
Ruth and Jack Popick
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence C. Porter
Babinowitz and Goldstein Families
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Robinson
In Memory of Julius J. Rosen and Sylvia Sandier
Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Rosenberg
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Rubin
The Dan B. Buskin Family
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Bussell
Robert and Muriel Bussell and Family
Betty and Herbert Sadkin
Samuel T. Sapiro Foundation Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. Mendell M. Selig
Mr. and Mrs. Herman L. Shaw
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph H. Shere
The Fred K. Shochet Family
Morton and Lewis Silberman
Mr. and Mrs. Saul Silberman
The Sirkin Family
Mr. and Mrs. Harry B. Smith
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice L. Spiegel
Mr. and Mrs. Eli Timoner
Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Vigmaa
Esther and Carl Weinkle
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Weiss
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard A. Wiett
A. B. Wiener
Louis E. Wolfson
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Zilbert
Anonymous
A true expression of a vital function
in a South Florida setting.
Concept of strong concrete structural form.


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Jewish Floridian Dedication Supplement
Fri
THE HUMAN AND
VITAL HEARTBEAT
J> MYRON J. HHODIK. Assert** ITiimWhi Mm i.-r
C'.rcatir Miami Jcuitli r'ctlcralum
The Federation concept is well accepted in
Miami and m most other Jewish communities as
the most appropriate form <>l total communal or-
ganization tor th- survival of tin- |ewish people.
]t li.is made a spectacular impression mi the |ew
fell ami general commiinit) for the success ol Its
fnnd-raising efforts It lias made .1 more subtle
but nevertnetesi crucial contrtbution to tin- rje-
Velopment of the Jewish community through its
ability to unite tin- Jews of tin- community for
Common action.
It is the most Important outlet for life-saving
Olid life-building participation, a resource not
Only for the development of the health, educa-
tion and welfare agencies of the Jewish commun-
ity hut also as the keystone of the total Jewish
Communal effort.
Underscoring this concrpt is the basic under-
standing of Federation as a voluntary expression
Oi T/edukah social justice and I iglm OUSUfSS.
The broadening and intensification of the
Work of the Federation has bronghJ with it
greater individual participation In excess of
2500 people work on a \ ear-round basts m the
Federation and in its annual Combined |ewish
Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund campaign
In 1966 Miami raised total ol SI W1.0Q0.
In 1967 :li the impetus of th. Sii Dai w tr
t' : muiiity raised ovei M.7O0 < I isl
: 00. and tign
eadj sur;
w th Fi l< ration ai ten-
it-. work. .
into turn
f"r ig social health, ediM itioii and wel-
prohlen
them and condu ting hi inpaigns to
finance these programs. It is the h irten
for the Jewish agencies and tor Jews who wish
to participate in community work Ws now have
n 'iitral address tor our central organization of
Which we cm .ill (> proud.
Now in a centralised location with adeituate
parking and meeting room facilities the Feder-
ation's anual campaign effort will In- run more
efficiently, eliminating duplication ol services and
expenses and nbtaining the great* st mimbet of
dollars to meet th needs of the greatest number
of peoj >m line r i ampaisjni
reallj I nit of d it but
v ntributf .is
ft co
For |ews partially in making
nimih in w!>". h we
en hich we s, i\.- the
i.....s hundreds ni thousaa
i their even da) ves.
Our new f. il 1200 H tym Bouse-
Y..: bl I t closer to th. | n line".
MYRON J. BRODIE
THE WOMEN:
A SOURCE
OF-STRENGTH
Our Ladies, With An
Appeal All Their Own,
Dedicate Themselves to
Dynamic Year-Round
Program Furthering
Federation's Aims
R% Mtts bi RTON R LEVEY fnttdai
U "ii /. ith h eJerafiaw
The story of the Women's Division ol the (irrat-
er Miami Jewish Federation ovei the past
twenty-five years has been one of pride and com-
mitment, excitement and determination It is the
serious wort of women who .ire actively engaged
fn building a stronger community and better
world Women of ,il| ages and from e\er\ path
of life havi joined togethei in a cooperative effort
to help meet tht critical needs ol Jews every.
Oui \\ on has grown and prv
ed with nor changing society and we wish
ii grateful th n the
work of .dl |i 'ship from th. 1940s i
h iv l'u:!r tin
\!ll( h W< II.iW s!
It is the d. s-. ,.| || V, | ,.,',, j,,
'" '. the
sOH: H| f| v |nM
and pn !
IH itMHI .id> ls!n|> d. \. lop-
1. with nuty
gral part of the
him .1 |. u j | aiul Im ncy
Yii\i,\ c.uiip.ii^n w. hop,
trihiition to th, wcll-heinc nf i mi-
linuuts and to |. us throughout ,. v..rid.
Oui recently revised strut-tun makes it jv*.
sihle tor us to reach nut to women m ever) part
of the Creates Miami commanrty We have
divided the count) into threi iphtt areas,
each with its mi srea Board 11 s, three \r< a
Boards ...... \%, ,, h one in North
Hade and imm in South Dade comprise the
Women's Division Board of Directors
Mthough our \\ DiMsi.m has grown
and rvp.oid. d m-ei the past years into the verv
large iM-ganizatinn thai we have today we are
Continually seeking to personalize oui relation-
ships with all u uniunn in i om-
muii ......,ds
I i hang-
t) we z. that in p|
the eta t seek solutions to
mans p- nd us i
daj .. ,|l0
destiny of I society
Oui new buildiug has been designed to pro-
vide us with more efficient took with which to
c.irrv out the work thai we have chosen In order
to help c r. ate .i i local and world U M is|.
community.
We are proud to be a part <>f this spirit of
innovation and expansion, and urge e\er\ woman
in Dade Count) to |oin us in this combined en-
deavor so that no one will I*- denied the oppor-
tunity of serving those who arc in need.
A vtanriartl office area istmg
the functional landscape approai h.
MRS. Bl RTON R. LEVEY
"'mnrrsan r curved for,-.
the building" em losing tht
A BUILDING
ACCESSIBLE TO THE
TOTAL COMML MTY
H> LKOl l&ENSTKIM
( /m.fni.j.i Huililm* Silt Citiimiii. .
When the Hcurd f Dire, t ,1 n 1967
to look tor a new site tor th. 'none,
I proudlt accepted the cbau i (the
Building Site Committee
It was decided that our l.*..t ihouldblM
a main thoroughfare, dow nt. a : ftsV
acceasihilit) to Miami H*\uh II i radsa
that we should and a buildu *U
take i ..!. of our presrnt UK
1 buikling was to
excellence and dignit) s i thai n ht mtbfl
contrirmtton to tlw beaul
i ..ition of ..or being part
communities in the country
It was I
thi
in th. area we had selected.
Vft. r months of studs :' locations, we purchased a Bis-
caj ii. Boulevard md ttnd S
\ t. w Mockj north ol th. .ttlc Cauf
wa) to Miami Baswii and fi\> minutes baa
downtown Mianus business district this
ideal tor the manifold needs of Federation jri-
big it easily reachable from even s.-ctinnoftl
Community for all laymen attending tht* fl"1/
meetings field m this WMsng
Today, our new Greater Miami Jewish F?"
Oration building opens its doors in the s.n nesxt
of downtown Miami. The Federation which v>
given much of its thought and energ) to P*r'
iiiiir and dreaming of the |ewish future in v f
city and in the world n now Ixtter piearea t
continue this vital work in a greater
meaningful way.
IFOK-s "


Mutt4ttn
Jewish Floridian Dedication Supplement
Page Seven
THF"
ARCHITECPS
STORY
The Structure Has Been
Designed for Efficient
Functioning and Easy
I Maintenance but It's
Great Keynote is Beauty
Jy MORMS and ALAN LAPIDUS
Architect's visualization of the building
My prime purpose in soliciting the commission
f >r the architecture of the new home of thr
Creater Miami Jewish Federation was motivated
by a personal conviction and dedication which
IS in no way related to the normal drive of an
architect to secure commissions for his office.
At a Jewish architect I have an unquench-
able thirst to bring dignity and a sense of com-
munity involvement to structures that are built
to house activities of the Jewish community. To
do this within a limited budget presented a
ihaMence which I and my son, Alan, accepted
with a mm purpose to design and plan a build-
ing that we would both be proud of and would
be another embellishment to our Miami City-
Scape.
A building b a structure that is planned to
house its activities so that they function smooth-
ly and efficiently and designed to express its
purpose in the form of a fine piece of architec-
ture. In this Creater Miami Jewish Federation
buihkac, our drive was to create a structure ex-
emplifying the position of importance that the
Federation has for the well-being of the com
nunsty, as well as to express the dignified and
efficient way this important work is conducted
Assisted by the efficient leadership and staff
Oi (deration, we made a careful and detaileu
study of this complex and multi-functional or-
ganization. No detail was too small to merit
consideration and thorough study. We strove to
create a plan which would achieve the utmost
in efficiency, as well as create pleasant sur-
roundings for the large dedicated staff that is
to work in this building. For the visitor to the
Federation headquarters, we wanted to achieve
an atmosphere of welcome, as well as wanting
to convey the fact that all concerned with the
work are dedicated to the service and welfare
of our people.
The principal facade of the new Federation
building is a dramatic architectural expression
of the Greater Miami |ewish Federation and its
services. It is a three-story expanse of mirror
glass that reflects the community and at the
same time permits the people working in Fed-
eration to observe the community they serve.
Likes Alice's looking-glass, it acts as a mirror
on the outside that reflects the open sky and
greenery and through which the occupants of
the building have the same view of sky and
trees and water.
The deep-toned, rugged impressive curved
forms at the ends of the building enclose the
stairways. The plan is conceived so that the
south facing portion of the building is arranged
to create three stepped planes suggesting the
threefold activities of Federation raising funds
. to meet the urgent needs of Jews at home and
abroad, budgeting these monies among the local,
national and overseas Jewish agencies, and plan-
ning for more intentive services to create not
only a hetter Miami Jewish community, but bet-
ter national and overseas services as well.
The overall concept is tha* of a strong con-
crete Structural form that sirs' well back from
the highway in a pleasant garden a true
expresion of a vital function in a South Florida
setting
Not onlv does the new building house the
Creater Miami Jewish Federation, but it is also
the home of the Bureau of Jewish Education,
the National Council of Jewish Women, as well
as other organizations concerned with the wel-
fare of the Jewish community. It also contains
the Bureau library, open to the public and serv-
ing the entire community.
It was at the request of the Federation's
building committee, to whose cooperation we
are deeply indebted, that provisions were made
for future growth and expansion.
As the Federation's architects, we take great
pride in an achievement in which we were priv-
ileged to play a vital part. Judging the finished
structure from a critical vantage we are sure
that what we have achieved in our design is a
building that fills its site with a quiet dignity,
without any exaggerated display of opulence.
After all, is not this a true expression of the
real work of the Creater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion.


?ge Eight
Jewish Floridian Dedication Supplement^
Friday, funf < jy.
THE MEN
WHO DID
THE JOB
B> ROBERT P. FORM AN'
t How that we have the luxury of looking back-
Ward, I can say that the planning and execution
of our new building was one of my most satisfy
in 4 professional experiences from many points
f view.
After all the work, the dreams, and even the
headaches and problems, we have the most beau-
tiful and yet the most functional community
biaiding anywhere. It represents a building de-
Signed for maximum use yet it is a structure of
beauty, both inside and out It will be an asset
to Miami and the Jewish community for many
yean to come,
The concept was first set forth by Federa-
tion's Planning Committee on Capital Needs.
which attempted to forecast building needs of
the Jewish community for the next decade. In
the mid-1960s, under the Chairmanship of Sam
J. lieiman. this Committee urged that a com-
munity building be erected for Federation and
Other agencies so as to best meet the needs of
8 growing community, That recommendation
Was not acted upon for almost three years
In til a Building Committee was appointed, an
appropriate site obtained, and a Building Com-
mittee set to work.
f This whole matter represented a community
cooperation unparalleled in our history from
the selection of an architect, construction, in-
terior design, etc. This was a real team project.
* I have had the good fortune of working on
this project from the beginning and the last
year and a half has been the most enjoyable of
all, for it was during that time that Samuel
Adler, Stanley Arkin and Robert Miller volun-
teered to construct the building, and we com-
pleted the project.
I The idea was to form a private consortium
which would jointly build the building with Fed-
eration, and the consortium would be open to
any general contractor who was interested. These
three men. all of whom have a long history of
Success in the construction field, volunteered to
participate. They and I, as Federation's repre-
sentative, became the consortium and the build-
ing began. They served as our general contractor
and we actually built the building ourselves.
For over a year the four of us met at 8 o'clock
in the morning during the day. or late in the
afternoon whenever and wherever we had to
fcn order to complete the assignment. It was clear
to all of us that this was a labor of love on the
part of Sam, Stanley and Bob because for
money* they would certainly not have undergone
all of the heartaches and headaches which en-
Sued.
I Not only did they personally devote their
time, thinking and efforts, but they promised
Visible program Building begins to tale i)wjX
At building towing ceremony. Milton \\ n T^~
President, places top hat m wuiiiin*: -rrligJa C
Sauer Alto participating are Rol>ert \t..:,-. ^mh,j ^
and Stanley Arktn. the neu butlding't general -...
u ho donated their efforti as a community ten u t.
The shell i> finished, and the roof is in pit -.
MENDEl.L M SF.L1C
At the building-raittng ceremony in June 1970. f'.ditors
anil Puhluher\ of Miami neu iju;>rrt anil the General
.Manager! of the man'' 7V and Radio rtatwn< dci failed
the "neu \ of the day" into a time capsule union uji
sunk into the lobby of the neu Imilding The time cap-
sule uill Ite spaaed fet the year BOSS, the lOOth .Winer-
tary of the Greater Mm mi Jetttsh Federation
Federation that the
job would be brought
in at the lowest pos-
sible cost This they
made possible by en-
listing the cooperation
of all of the sub-con-
tractors Involved, the
suppliers and related
people Thev took the
proper construction
of our community
building as a personal
responsibility.
Only through their efforts have we been able
to build this building at an estimated 20-2Sf
savings over the original cost. This is the first
such Jeiwsh community to erect a Federation
building in this way and we have set a pat-
tern for the entire country. We took the archi-
tect's plans and implemented them not only with
an eye toward cost saving, but for functional ef-
ficiency and for the best possible results.
As a result of the efforts of these three men,
our Jewish community not only saved consider-
able money, but acquired a landmark in our
own development which will be important for
decades to come.
We had our share of problems some seri-
ous and some amusing The surprising fact is
there was never a disagreement or difference of
opinion among the four of us. Mas Ik- we were
fortunate but I would rather think that the
objective became so important that all of us re-
fused to let any problems or "kop vaitikj" stand
in our way.
That we met our target date for occupancv U
another matter. That there were manv who con-
tributed to the functional beautv of this building
both inside and out goes' without saving.
The thinking of Henry End Associates has given
our interiors a sense of originality and maximum
utilization that would be difficult to match in
any building.
A very special tribute is due Mendel] M. Seng,
who was my counsel, snide and father confessor
when it came to fusnbhmgs. While the interior
design firm gave us the recommendations, we
dsd the actual purchasing ourselves. Through
Mendys good offices, aanv contacts and hi-
Te7?4e *"* **" & ** aved a coo-
Jderable amount of nyney in furnishing this
building. It is oonsezvasfilBV estimated that our
Art iih in* preliminary blueprints of the neu Ffdtntm
bui'ding are Samuel Adler. Stanley Vim tod tea*
Miller, u Aii formed a consortium ami ,i mattm tnnr ."*
f'ui tin* senices to the Jeuuh community.
furnishings will cost us somewhat less thin lux
of what had originally been contemplated.
Yet we could expect no less for this bulg-
ing really exemplifies your Federation u tin
Jewish community organization. It represents
sound planning for future needs, it repmentt
budgeting and judicious use of contributed race-
ey which was not frittered away on unnreded
extras; and it represents fund-raismg for tM
common good, with the understanding that Ce>
tun- Club membership would not dimmish *
any way our annual campaign with its Id*
giving thrust.
Our community owes an immeasurable deit
to these men
SAMUEL ADLER STANLEY ARCH
ROBERT MILLER
not only for the hours they spent, but for *
intensity- with which they approached U* J*
and carried it through. ,
The communitv owes a tremendous
thanks to The Century Club who pn*f"
funds for building the building ... 4200 Be-
cayne Boulevard may be the Jewish commuain
central address but it is more than that-*
will serve as a symbol of the kind of unity **
is so essential in approaching all kinds ot p
lems minor and major, these exist in evey
community, and especially in even Jewa* car
m unity. _,
Our hats are off to all of TUESE ME
WHO DID THE JOB.
ROBOT r.FOftaUN