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The Jewish Floridian
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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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 18, 1971

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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).

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University of Florida
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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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Preceded by:
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Full Text
T "Jewish Floridian
Combining TH JEWISH UN/TY and THE JEWISH WttKLY
Volum* 44 Number 25
Miami. Florida Friday. June 13. 197!
Price 20.:
AHIR ATTACK ON TANKER
New Suez Canal Crisis
K. Special Report
( Alh- IQmrHlir armed
(bred along the Suez Canal have
been pu; on maximum alert, ac-
cording to political sources here.
The a<:on was taken in the
pake i: Friday's bazooka attack
on th *.000-ton tanker Coral
Sea. wr...-h took plate in the
Straitl c: Bab el-Mandah .it the
a iiiihetT end of the Red Sea.
|jr .vhirh views the shell-
ins; ,,f t'v. Liberian-registcr v.s-
gel wh-..-r. was bound for Kllat
with a cargo of oil as a threat
to it.- .'-a lifelines, instructs!
lb .mitessadon to ask their
hosi goveraurata to condemn
tv., attack, and Defense Minis-
Dayan issu.il a warn-
In thai a new war in the Mid-
dle Kast "may be Imminent.**
The ship"* QnHl captain iwUI
the it'... kin* MM-edhoat fired
Bin* iBUIHllW shells, lind it took
about an hour to extinguish the
|il (/e i...inl the (oral Sea .ml
put IV ship in order. There
w.re three hih npeed fishnm
In. its in the area, he said: they
Bp|>eare 11, k.-r'- escape.
\ repi rt from Beirut said tin
foni guerrillas who carried out
U itti k ha.l hi en detained l>>
North V.-mini authorities aftei
Hated ishore by i
r unknown identity, ai-
h North Yemen has never
i directly Involved In the
[sri li conflict, the S ine
i nn nt ha- oici .1 support
(oi th. Falestnu.i.-. guerrillas.
meat ral laed by U N
tarj General U Than on
daj deplored the attack
ed that such Inc
d all too at
hi- threat to peaceful
I ni bttwen nations un-
it', international commu-
. mns them at the out-
In Wathington. Seeretary f
State \\ iltiam I'. Roger* de-
clared that while the I'nited
State* ilo.sn'1 h.i\e all the l acts
relating to the incident. It nev-
rrtbele-w considers it a nerion*
matter which itencrves the roo-
demnation of all responsible
nation*.
Israeli circles were annoyed
by the apparent indifference of
the Ijbenan government, it was
learned When newi of the at-
tack reached Jerusalem. Israeli
officials ware advised bv a
"friendly Western power" to Be-
lay making the incident public
in order to give Liberia a chance
to make the announcement. The
Israeli government broke the
news after the Libenan officials
did not.
Although nothing official ha-
been said about the identity of
the sea-going terrorists. Israel is
convinced Egypt was not behind
the attack, observers said. It la
believed they may have been
harbored and otherwise listed by
South Yemen and possibly by a
terrorist organization in Eritr-.*a.
Soviet Fleet Grows; U.S.
\\ eaker In Mediterranean
WASHINGTON The
grow th uf Soviet naval power in
the Mediterranean has been
stressed by high ranking naval
officers here who claim that by
next year the United States will
not be in a |>osition to : t
down" the Soviet Union should
nev. war develop In the Middle
East They say tluit if a new
Mideast war break- out in mid-
1972, they will have to advise
the President on purely mili-
tary grounds to let Israel be
overrun by a joint Egyptian-
Soviet attack
The defense of Israel would
be i.implicated in B viiTr crisis,
it was explained, because it
WOOld riot involve NATO and
America's aUfm in central and
southern Europe miyht he re-
luctant to get Involved by giving
permission for I .s. troop trans-
ports and COOtbat planes to oxer-
fly their reentries.
The officer! male a gloomy
assessmenl ol the VS. naval
strength In the Mediterranean
compared to Russia's by the
middle of next year. They noted
that the Soviets now have naval
bases in Egypt and Syria while
the United States has lost all of
it- bases In the Middle East
Moreover, they claimed, the sth
Fleet is both sm.ill-r a:. I >. !:
than the rapidly glowing Soviet
naval squadron in the Mediter-
ranean.
Ranking naval officers haw
expressed limil ir views In closed
Congressional hearings over the
Navy's 21.8 billion fiscal 1972
budget. Observers here tend ti
view ih.-ir pessimistic prognosti-
cations as a familiar ploy to te-
lnet larger appropriations from
Congress. But th. re was no de-
nying that Sovut k a p iwt r Is
building up rapidly In the M
tetranean and eisevvhere; Mos-
cow is making no secret ( the
build-up,
TaSS, the Soviet new* agency,
reported Sunday on the week-
Continued on P*8 *-A
Mrs. Lea Rabin, wile of His Excellency Yitz-
hak Rabin, the Ambassador of Israel to the
United Slates, makes first entry in the log
book ot the first 747 of El Al Israel Airlines
during the official acceptance ceremony at
the Boeing Company's plant in Everett.
Wash. From left to right are flight engineers
D. Arav and M. Braun; Mordechai Ben Ari.
president. El Al Israel Airlines; Mrs. Rabin;
El Al Hostess Hadassah Freedman; Capt.
Gad Kate, chief pilot, and Capt. R. Nerun-
sky. deputy chief pilot of the 747.
News Briefs
New Cancer Diagnostic Tests
NEW YORK (WNSi Processes developed by Hadassaft
Medical School scientists that permit early cancer diagnosis and
increase the body's resistance to cancer were revealed at a press
conference here prior to the Hadassah Medical Organizations an-
nual dinner which marked the 10th anniversary of the Hebrew
University-Hadassah Medical Center Complex Ein Karem. Dr.
Kalman J. Mann, director general of the HMO. described the
Medical Center as the largest or its kind in the Middle East, rank-
ing among the six greatest medical complexes in the world.
WZO Largest Voluntary Body
JERUSALEM IWNSi Avraham Schenker. head of the Jew-
ish Agency's organization and information department, reported
that the World Zionist Organization was the world's largest Jew-
ish voluntary body. WZO claimed a membership of 850,000 persona
in 40 countries or 1 out of every 10 Jews in the free world over
the age of 18. Membership in the U.S. was 650.000.
Kadelburg Reelected
RELGRADE A conference of Jewish communities
in Yugoslavia has pledged to continue to fight against any signs
of anti-Semitism and praised the Yugoslav government and people
for giving their fullest support to that struggle. Lavoslav Kadel-
burg was reelected to another three-year term as president of th I
Yugoslavian Jewish communities.
Rabbis Demand Reconsideration
ATLANTA. Ga. (JTA) Orthodox and Conservative rabbis
have urged the Atlanta Jewish Community Center to reconsider
plans to open one of Its facilities. Zabban Park, on the Sabbath.
They also urged their congregants to boycott the Jewish center
program. In their appeal, which appeared us a full-page advertise-
ment in the Southern Israelite, the local English-Jewish weekly
the rabbis declared that the fact Ghat a majority of members of
the board of the Jewish center supported the Sabbath opening was
irrelevant. "In Jewish life, as in a democracy, certain rights are
inalienable. Shabbat and the religious feelings of fellow Jews are
not subject to votes." the -t itement asserted Never before in
Atlanta's history has a Jewish agency opened on Shabbat tnd
never before has there been such divisiveness in our community
Urging "statesman-like action on the part of community leader-
ship," n declared, "little has been gained by the center
action and much has been lost. Shabbat and Shalom go together.
We call on the cei I -tore both Shabbat and Shalom. It il -
not too late."
Israelis Fire On I FAR Planes
TEL AVIV IJTA1 II intl-aircraft guns opened fir
two Egyptian Sukhoi-7 fighter-bombers which overflew Israeli
positions on the east bank of the Sue/ Canal Sunday Israel hat
lodged a complaint with the United Nations True Supervision
Organization which said the overflights occurred at 12:10 p.m. local
time in the northern and central sectors of the canal zone. There
was no report as to whether the planes were hit.
Court To Probe Bribe Scandal
JERUSALEM iJTA> Israel's Supreme Court is going t>
Investigate an alleged foothill scandal, it has been disclosed. Th'
Cabinet has voted unanimously to have Supreme Court President
Shimon Agranat appoint a three-man inquiry commission to carry
out the probe under the provisions of a 1968 law. The commission
will Investigate rumors that soccer players and teams were accept-
ing bribes to I x games In order to influence team standings in th-
leagues and the results of foothill pools The Cabinet decided that
the rumors were "a matter of vital public interest that had to be
Investigated
Demonstration At Tlie U.N.
UNITED NATIONS NY JT.VT' bis. two Jewish pro-
md the national coordinator of the Student Strug
Soviet Jewry wei ited and chare.-,i with criminal trespass
they hand themselves to th Si ites Mlasioi
two hours to protest tl e State Depart ted failure 11
"meaningful" action to aid wry.
Economist Expelled By Institute
LONDON [JTAi Jewish sources report that Allan Kroncher,
a 36-year-old economist, was -xpolled from the Plekhanov Institute
of Economics and stripped of his academic rank after he applied
for a character reference needed to obtain an exit visa for Israel.
Kroncher reportedly was told that his appointment to the Institute
,s terminated. His colleagues subsequently decided to deprive him
of his academic title. "Candidate of Economic Sciences." because he
was expelled for misbehavior.'' The title is equivalent to an M.S.
in Economics.
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Friday. June 18. 1971
fJenisJh Ik n I, it
Page 3 A
Outstanding Program Set
For Independence Day ttally
v program of unusual quality
ttiil if presented at the 23rd an
nual Independence Daj Rally in
il. Miami Beach Au lltorium
Thura lay, July 1, t 7:30
\i this ent [the
iv of oui country, the Bar-
,. ii v reskin Concert >rchi al ia
v,.]] delight a large audieno ol
in) persona with special *-
i ctiona for the ooc takm. Mr. Brr -
a i.' la well-known for his
is a lilt ctor, one of the
dam in the area.
The Breeskin Concert Or h -
rogram IM orecedc the rea>
program, which begins al s
p.m.
In addition 10 Ue Breeskin Or-
\. which cxcela in classic.I
i:- and operatic numbers,
two popular vocalists u ill
their appearanca Allen Gilder-
ilrcvt baritone, and Anne Evans,
teSOOrSMk, who arc superb in
their, renditions of outstanding ro-
mantic and operatic numbers and
h .. been acclaimed wherevei
,e perform i
The main speaker of the eve-
w '11 be Ki ii Ida's Att
il Robert l. Shevin, v
his newly-acquired
tli tii in and non ir Mi
i 'i aduate if "
\ i| Miami Law S toool has

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B" .Ui Lodgi -. Morris Reif-
' I iml B ich Lodge pn sident,
president
I South Elorida Council of B'nai
B'rith Lod
Maurice Weinman, outgoing
state comm indi r ol Jewish War
Veterans, Depart mi nl of Fl
will din .-t the thrilling "Presenta-
i| Colors" cen monj P irtici-
patlng in the Par ide of Coloi
the Honor < Suards of Homcstc id
Air Force Bis. u d the C il
War Vi
S in ui I Pascoi chairman of the
rally program, is a former presi-
dent of tiv Miami Beach B'nai
B'rith Lodgi i past president of
the B'nai B'rith Council of .South
Elorida Lodges He was recently
installed as president of the State
Association of B'nai B'rith Lodges.
Owl Chapter of B'nai B'rith
Women will again provide ushers
for the evening, under the direc-
tion of Flor S nick, M< n from the
Miami Beach Lodge will assist the
girs] in their choi 11,
An is customary, admissi in lo
the Independence Day Rally is
free to alL
Dermers In Israel
For Celebration Of
10th Anniversary
A spec! il ceremony was held at
the Wailing Wall, Jerusalem, cele-
brating the 10th wedding anniver-
iarj ol Miami Beach's Mayor .lav-
id his wife this week. A
group ol paratroopers accompanied
the entourage as it left the Wail-
ing Wall.
Commission Of Inquiry To
Conduct Day-Long Hearing
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with !'
special fort
libli areas
Mayor and
David, and
mother. M
Denncr.
rnier. president of the
iona] Fund of Greater
t to Israel to confer
officials, and will \ i>it
meat ions and inaCCCS-
Accompanying the
his wife, arc his son
the Mayor's father and
r. and Mrs. Herman
Mayor Dernier will meet with
the Chief of Staff of Israel, and
commanders of the various re-
gions; he will also visit the Suez
Canal, Sharm Sheik and other
, areas in the South.
Mayor Dernier will also confer
with Ambassador Tsur, World
chairman of the Jewish National
Fund, and other JNE hi^h of-
ficials on the priority of JNF's
needs in the .scope of the m w
| development ot JNF work in the
various regions.
A "Commission of Inquiry" intj
the rights of Soviet Jews com-
posed ol distinguished civic and
ills leaders will conduct a
day-long hearing in New York
City Tuesday, taking eyewitness
testimony from recent VWtOfS bo
the L'.S.S.R. and from recent So-
\ ii-t Jewish emlgTM to Israel.
Bayard lUlstin. executive direc-
tor of the A. Philip Randolph In-
stitute, is serving afl chairman ol
the commission, whose members
include:
Former Sen. Charles Goodell of
New York; Dr. Abraham J. Hcs-
chel, a professor at the Jewish The-
ological Seminary of America: Dr.
Hans J. Morgenthau, professor at
the City University of New York
and the University of Chicago: The
Rt. Rev. J. Brooke Moslcy, presi-
dent of the Union Theological
Seminary; Brig. Gen. Telford Tay-
lor, former chief allied prosecutor
at the Nuremberg War Crimes
Trials and professor of law at
Columbia University, and Dr. Goo.
Wald, Nobel Prize laureate and
pEOfosaor ut Harvard University.
Meir Gelfand, a Soviet Jewish
physician who emigrated to Israel
in March from Moscow. WTM I
Was a leader of the Jewish >
test movement, and Alex
Gitteison, a scholar and Ji I
activist team Leningrad u li-
med in Israel in April, will fly
to the United States to teStil
tin1 Commission hearing.
The hearing on June 22
coincide with the opening ol
trial in Kishinev of nine g
Jews arrested a year ago and iv Id
for complicity in an alleged
tempt at hijacking a Soviet
plane. Eleven persona ware con-
victed on the hijacking charg a
Leningrad last December. Tht
position of two death scnti
brought a worldwide protest Bad
the sentences were reduced to
harsh prison terms.
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Volume 44
Friday, June 18, 1971
Number 25
25 SIVAN 5731
Two Outstanding Leaders Honored
Greater Miam.'s Jewish community is justifiably proud
of its outstanding leaders who. last week, were selected
foi major national and international recognition.
The election of Dr. living Lehrman as president of the
Synagogue Council of America is the highlight of a care?r
dedicated not only to a spiritual life but of outstanding serv-
ice to the nation and Jewry. The Synagogue Council is
unique in that it is the only religious body in this country
which brings under its umbrella Conservative, Reform and
Orthodox representatives as the single voice in dealing
with non-Jewish religious agencies, the United Nations
and our government. In choosing TemDle Emanu-El s rabbi
:t has selected a man of truly ecumenical dimension who
is made for the position.
At the international level, the United Israel Appeal of
United States has nominated Robert Russell as one of
. Americans to represent this country on the 40-member
Beard of Governors of the Jewish Agency. As chairman of
the Combined Jew.sh Appeal in our community for two
years prior to this, Russell earned a place in world-wide
Jewish lfcde-ship that is a credit to the ever-expanding
:c'.e of Grecter Miami in world Jewry.
Positive Contribution to Development
The continent of Africa is often overlooked by Jews in
this country who do not realize the important role we play
there, particularly in the underdeveloped nations. Just
recently, representatives of Ethiopia. Botswana. Liberia.
Malawi, Swaziland and Rwanda were among the nations
which paid tribute to Hadassah for its extensive network
of medical and social services which has provided teams
of doctors and nurses, established clinics and hospitals and
trained students for those countries in cooperation with the
Hebrew University Medical Center.
Israel has been one of the major suppliers of agricul-
tural, industrial and banking experts to many of the African
nations and the strong Jewish community of South Africa
has been instrumental in expanding economic relations
between the two countries. There are political hazards in
all this, as Israel found recently, when its tiny donation
(S2.857) to the Organization tor African Unity, requested hy
the United Nations, brought angry statements from the
South Africans that it was supporting a "terrorist" outfit.
And from another angle. Arabs at the U.N. charged that
Israel was providing arms to South Africa and. in this way,
approving South Africa's racial policies which have been
condemned by the United Nations.
On balance, the Israeli-Jewish contribution to African
developments continues to be a positive one of which we
can be proud.
Educational Process Is Slow
It comes as no surprise that the latest ADL study of
anti-Semitism has discovered that religious orthodoxy
among Christian clergy is the beginning of a process which
ends in secular anti-Semitism. The key factor, say the emi-
nent sociologists who have just released their latest re-
port, is religious hostility which the clergy, who are less
likely than the laity to be anti-Semitic, transmit.
One solution the report offers is that the clergymen
must be aroused to preach on such social issues as preju-
dice, justice, peace and poverty. The problem is com-
pounded, as the recent Gallup survey of religion in Amer-
ica has shown, by the fact that the worshippers in the pews
are hostile to such preachinq and. in conservative churches
in particular, few such sermons are delivered.
The process of education may seem slow but it also
seems to be working for on the positive side, the study
reveals that Protestant clergy are not only much less anti-
Semitic than their parishioners, but are much less anti-
Sem.tic than they used to b.
MATTER OF FACT
by JOSEPH ALSOf
WASHINGTON One of the
most Interesting straws In the
Democratic wind m many
monthi Is Hie vigorous retrench-
ment now going I'orwanl In the
camp of Sen, Edmund Muskie of
Ma
The net ire of the pi i
rge and
ooatl) Musk c impaign h .
" tlw.tlt \ I
aboul 15 tl ig on
i the
foreign and domestic policy. An-
thon> Lake and James l amp-
boll.
IN TART. hat ha* boon fjo-
Ing on la > sharp shrinking of
thr mlniMmivenity the Muekie
nixation aiiemhled ma
time ago in it* local headquar-
ters Thinkers are being drop-
ped. Poll) : I workers an
being hi" !
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COMMENT
Sociologist Leonard Fein, who
shook up the Federated Jewtatl
world several years back with
an address that put the label
"disaster" on Jewish education,
recently provided mow food for
thought along the same lines
But this time, I believe. Prof.
Fein is reporting more what U
taking shape than breaking new
ground.
IF THE Jewish community is
gmng to "face its tensions rather
than flee thorn."' Prof. Knn
told a conference on "Social
Psychology and Jewish LhTe,"
.' have to di i let system
of Jewish education that "will
seek to promote and enoo
the emergence ot i now and
: detent Jew "
it may i- that u h. iya
disillusionment with American
lit'-, the t'.m it to [srai | Mir-
ths plight of S ,\ t Jews
and a tear of future anti-Sinn-
tiani in tins country in the
factors currently contributing
to i renaiaaance of Jewish Iden-
tity .irivmg American Jews
these factors may atoo be
BonrMinMng for what i tense to
renaissance In Am
Ji w ksh educatk the lines
Dr Fein suggests The reports
arc u ittei i a, coming In
from such plea
him aid i olorado and not
New V ak and Ch -
I centers of Jewish
no-
cation so that it is less con-
cerned with ancient iwoblems
and more atturud to the devel-
opment of positive identity with
the modern Jowish community
whether it be in America. Israel
or Russia.
THE MOST MHM educa-
tional survey of our commun-
ity repeats what wo all know,
that it is vital that a relevant
iiiiriculum he iniattd as soon
as possible While the student
may bo physically present, many
have already dropped out' men-
tally, Tins. ItUdentJ cannot bo
reawakened !>y providing them
with a standardized, academically
oriented curriculum "
One of th-- problema that
- to mind in implementing
this recoinniend.il ion is that.
with few exceptions, most ot
tho schools attached to our
man) les are MO
to in ibie to afford th. loaouii
es required for such innovative
curriculum dm-elnpment
WITH THE school year Over,
it mat i- well for tynai
Mlera to ponder this sentence
in the report [he eoneoBda-
if Bchoola for the purpose
the quaJH) of ill-
s' nn t lot.
"Bie in.. \o,s point out that
tins suggestion has been
'" I..... but not acted upon"
The) pro .
schools a two more
pool
"BENEFITS
P. ith.
by EDWARD COHBi
similar to ., 0. sctwOs
there would I- i-vtwul
number of Chttdn of approc-
matoly the Bam cKfl
school." etc.
The "Vic"" Include* the H
that the rv
the cost of mar.tr:: ; ladh*
ual eanjregatioi
prohibitive In
that the qualit) A "f*"
could ho greatly anpnt*"
consolidation or
muntty religious
n ,.f Mat bi '(!ft0"
gen Cons, rvativi d R*W
this comol !
Mde aesess I
ot them tl
It ,s no secret tl
all over the
financial problen
verity and thta
.1 Aar nit* n
opportune in sevi
talk sen.s. IDOU<
irh it It >\ S -
IF ENTIRE
merging ... Ch
Seattle Long I
u.i'ial troubk '
seem to no l
of ,h.'
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Friday. June 18. 1971
fJewisti fhirHmr
Page 5-A
Talk Show 'Submitted To Mayor Appoints 3
To His Committee
Dictation', Katz Charges
j K,i!/ editor of "Midstream," the
lonthl) -:-wish review published
Theodor HtzI Foun-,
ed this week that the
"David Frost Show" had ""sh'ij-
rhe dictation" of black
Writer es Baldwin in dropping;
11 the June 8 taping of the
|. ,1 television talk show.
the Jewish Telegraphic
ba had been invited to
, with Baldwin and an-,
i in -t Dr. Margaret Mead In
.. n of "A Rap on Race,"
I a consisting or a tran-
n conversation-debate
i ikhvin and Dr, Mead,
;. -.(it--- before i'u' t iping,
I ormed by a production
11 ilci vin MVS I will
[j iisi this subject with him."
; .ii-i)i i k.ii/ editor of
lince 1955, charged thai
|t show st.it i ha bj B ddw In Tlie de-
\\ said *> ''. unmounted
i ... a panelist" by James
1 nd submiaaion by the
i leers. Katz. who said
[I ile a formal eumplaint
K producers "t the
i l "li i- not i proud
i ] vias humiliate i !) it
tributed Baldwin's reluctance to
appear with him to a recent pub-
he debate between the two on'
Jewish commitment to the cause
.'I black militancy.
In .in article in the New York
Rei ew of Books addressed to "My
lister, Angela Dais." (the black
militant and Marxist charged with
complicity In a multiple murder in
California I Baldwin said. "You'
are .i- alone as the Jewish house-
wrfe in a boxcar headed for
Dachau."
In the April issue of "Mid-
stream" Ka/ challenged Bald-
win's comparison of the Jewish
fate in the Nazi Holocaust with
the situation ot Miss I*ws an i
other black militants in an "open
letter" which was in turn reprint-
ed in tht New York Review; Bald-
min's rebuttal will appeal- in the
next Issue of Midstsram,
K it/ noted that In "A Rap On'
Baldwin said that "the crea-
tion of thi Si ite f 1 was
one ol the most C) :i:<\i! B< h
ments redly murderous, mer-
ciless, ugly and cynical achieve-
. thi u esl n
natioi I t on 1 selves
to give Jew s th it : I of Pal -
Miami Mayor David T K nnedyl
has appointed tht i e new m n
to the Mayoi s Committee in
i tecency.
The I'.e\ Ted Place x -cutive
director of the Greater Miami
Youth for Christ, the Rev. I. B.I
Hall, pastor of the Universit}
Baptist Church in Coral Gables
and Rabbi Ph;n< is A. Weberman
of the One* Shalom Congrega
in Miami Beach are the n a ap-
pointees.
The Rev Mr Place has been ac-
tive in the guidance ol young peo-
ple for over 20 years. The Rev Mr.
Hall is the current president of the !
Metropolitan Fellowship of
Churches and Rabbi Webermai
active in the l >i th i i >\ <\ ibbinl i
Council of Greater Miai
Attorney David F Cerf, Jr. is
ch lirman of the comm
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Soviet Fleet (irows: U.S.
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.1 >Kit IIT'IW tmrtel Mrlilrr
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- km^fkriidHifirt
Page 7-A
letters to the editor
HUTOK. Thr jAWifch Klorldlan
I would suggest you ask for tlv- :
, ,i i\,~ n.inied Paul wtu-n you sisit ;
Israel
You nrriw for the first timo In-
to this "Id. new land of Isra-l and
what will unfold for you
next few days. This ia the
. you have looked forward to
yean, and ROMP here you are on
. ioil, and 'lie failing us one of
. I You ask younelf, "Am
it illy here'"
My name la Paul," as ho tclla
, he It to be your guide during
tour Of Israel. The first thins;
itice U the smile, and the
ng eyes, alert, warm and
You ne thLs sol,d man.
in the bulky side, muscular
-houlders. heavy forearms
h ive seen much work, and
. i frame thai tclla you he
ike care of himself under
inditiona,
From the bojrinnins he la In
iT'.cl. mil wastes no winds ,n
ying this feeling to trios**
nay doubt that he la In
if thus tour. But, Ifa done
h the ready amlle, the eyea
i his sense of humor
i. ikes Immediately put'
yiiu at jut*. You hepin. to relax,
relieved to discover your jjuide is
pleasant.
From ttie beginning you are
amazed at his wealth of knowl-
edge and information about every
facet of the country. At every
stop and throughout the ride,
you are given a complete history ,
and background about the area;
not (lone m a memori/i-d. matter
"f fact, fashion, but in an easy-to-
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land on which you are standing.
On the hilltops of Masada, among
the ancient ruins, you can al-
most feel the Roman armica en-!
circling Hie 900 .lews on its peaks,
and can feel the tension Increase
as he relates Ita history and the
fin il solution all ^> -mist de-
stroy themselves, rather than sub-
mit to Roman capture.
On the Golan Heights you sense
the obstacles which confronted
the Israeli Army as it planned the
at! ick u]ion the Syrian positions
which had lcn so strongly pre-
pared for such a long period of
time As you stand in the Syrian
trenches, ilk through the pill
boxes you <>nder how anyone
could have climbed these hills in
tho face -f such a defense as this.
op
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i i this tinv the solid, middle-
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those present wanted a good ex-
nbcring check-
books. Hu such an
excuse, 't li asl for now.
The fact Is th it the American
Jew Ish commun tj now being
I
tug com s from thi ro nmu
ilcti fa-
\ trs thi nore I Dem-
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J.V sure to ,,sk ior the guide
named Paul.
For Paul, .is a .soldier in the
Israeli Army. Ii*i been a part of,
the Six-Day War. In his role as a i
driver of the vehicles use, I to
carry the tanks to their battle
stations, he saw war at close hand,
ami h described the battles as if
they were happening that very I
moment.
And pride in every word he i
speaks; pride in the young and j
old. man and girl, who dad won ;
this war against overwhelming
odds. Then there is the weary!
sadness in his voice for those who,
loci their lives in ita defense, and'
he speaks of them as it each was
a close friend.
Suddenly you realise that this i
man is like B public relations rep-
resentative. It is almost as if he is
wasted in this role, and .should,
instead, be Israel's roving ambas-
sador of good will. At this point
you d senver that you'd like to
know more about this man named
Paul.
Ymi learn that he is a Russian
immigrant, who had been stati less
in China for a number of years,
and finally had found his way to
Israel He had learned the lan-
traveled the country,
i.'id finally
! 's course for t wo
years in |
:; thr 'a S'aza-
Shi ba, Ti-
: nd finallj
You are enius
of the Isra
pirit in thi the abilit
to t irn dry deserl I
into i till farm land w ith its
ureen exp tnse standh
against the background ol
sand.
Su I It nlj it is all over v i
seen so much, but you have seen
o little. At this point you would
like to begin ill over i to
tlowl) explore the true heart ol
the are,i. in creep into the u'
of the people, to feel the intensit)
I SO ili plj
nude. For the spirit is here, mil
th h you can I dea ll\
.- thing, this homelan I
intent thai I
i iei -'. permanent
part of the v oi Id a n )
ms,
On
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Whet vou Israel, I
find him.
Ask le bj the name
if Paul.
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Sees It
SAN JOSE. Calif. I first mot John Bunzcl whw ho was
n student in 194X rod vrai stirring tho placid waters of Prince-
ton with a new liberal activism. I watched him pj througti the
nary furn.u-i several yean ago as politics proloannr whom a
mindless Th.rd World" gang tried to drive off the campus it
San Francisco State by breaking up his classes -- and didn't
succeed. It was good to see him inaugurated as president of
San Jose State College the other day. and I found myself de-
In.nng the commencement talk to the graduating student*
One of the pleasures and pay-offs of the teaching vocation is
to see mose .vhom you once knew as fledglings emerge to edu-
cational leadership.
There is a new Dreed of college president and Bunzcl is
among them who as professors have been through the cru-
cible of witnessing the recent university violence and been tem-
pered by the experience, who have lost their innocence and have
achieved a blend of realism, empathy and a tough-nundod lib-
eralism which should make them viable in the difficult decade
ahead for a dangerous profession.
I TRIER TO SAY to the students that commencements no
long< i mean Us the old myth used to have it t that they are
going out into the world." because they are already in it, up
to their neck and brain and heart, rmversity is part of the tur-
moil of the times. But it is also, by its history and essential
nature, like a clearing in the jungle where for a moment of
time you can map the forest and prepare yourself for the deep-
est plunge into it. As MeOeorjre Bur.dy puts it. "A plane us for
flying, a university is for learning" but we are having to do
our learning with the jungl. around us.
it it it
We have bata bemuaed by the cms of Repression," which
are true enough in very limited way. but we have tost sight
of the extraordiri.il y ofiennrss which is far truer of America
today. The decade of th. i970"s. with whatever turmoil it will
have, is likely to be one of thi 'i>'n la American history
Th. university is open to student! who are the first oollsgi
generation in tiieir families, often th.- fust beyond elementary
school. The media are hungry far whatever aoma Innovative
ami dramatic Thi theater movies, magasines ar.d book pub-
Uehinfl. an open to all kinds of new "encounter i:: I '"- up. Tin individual .s open-
ing himself 'o new experience! new life-casts and lifestyles
Thi civilization h an open one,
The open universit) .- In part the result of an explosion in
a closed room. We arc- rejecting the linage of the classroom
as a repository of congealed bon-dom. where lectures from a
decade back an dusted off, drowsily delivered and handed back
to the Instructor in a catatonic eaam book. The question is not
wbethei we shall grade or not "the whole pass-fail" debate to-
day is a tempest in a cul-de-sac), but how we can learn by
give-and-take betweei students and I it af tarn, using the longer
i \;s rience of th< teach) i as a class resource but drawing also
on the Itudl ri \j i b rice.
THE "GO'S SAW A Kl.UiHT from history, as if the past had
nothing to teach fht present so it its bankruptcy, and also a
rejection of sden ai I ol due process of reason. I feel that th.
retreat and flight an over and that the current is sotting in
the other direction. But the questions we are putting to history
sharply focused on the present, and th<- uses to which
w put sti mori insistently human us, s
[here an twt I isli views of num. One sees him as a
ral chnii Ian lord and I the un.v.1a
everything by powei and Ism This mow is refuted both
by ecology arm ethol.....second n i him as an Imperfect
bundle of I- with drives both creative and deatructrn
Man must direct th. ,, eod< I I values, by which I
mean the questions thai he puts tu life. The revolutions of
power that are going on cum at > II I i n vinced, bi
lasting on s,
The revolutions of value will. TVy will in tho end, Inevit-
ably, transform mm ar.c ties unlmi mail destroys bim>
M : t i-i
I see all sorts of signs to suggest that the ger.oration.il
struggle i- no longer ai Int imcoraprttlng on both
as it baa ban in the i asf decade. The traditional value strac-
tare carried over from our Immigrant and psoncrr f. r> -
has not proved nouriahing to th yo mg Bui the challenger code
of values specially in lbs form of the minority counter-culture,
has i ot proved adequate oven for the majority of the young
theaiselVBS and stands in no d of rethinking. We haw a oh;,
for a synthesis of what Is rongest and most salable from the
past ethos ami what is most viable in the challenge of ethos.
That, at any rate, strikes me as th.- prime task of the '70's f.,i
both generations.
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thus ago, at the request
,! Mi. and Mrs. Alan S Meycr-
hoff oi SurfSide, the Bureau of
T.wi.-h Education sent the Jewish
community of Teheran. Iran, a
Illhi 1 >i books, according to its
newly-elected president. Jack s.
' Popiok
Thi Bun su n c Ivi 'thanks from an Iianian spokes-
1 man who said the i>->ks would be
used m the Sunday School and the
: libraries ..f two Jewish clubs in
Teheran Recently three unique
s erftfe hamm-i.il art (M>
and Hebrew Inacriptlons
ui r< also n eivi d.
Tho plaques will he displayed
in thi library oi th.- Bureau's new
uarten in ttx Federation Building
at 42' Btocaym Blvd. The library,
which was closed this week in
preparation for its move, will re-
spen lr its new boms early in
July
end
ZOA Delegation To .\tt
12-Day Meeting In Israe|
Grunhut Visits Congo
Washington Federal tevioga and
Loan As.MH-iation vie.- piesldenl
Abraham A. Grunhut. returned re-
Icently from the rvmocratic Re-
' public of c' .ngo. where he had
been M r.t by the Agency for Inter-
national DevelopnkSri to propose
l and loan system and to assist in
III the formation of the first such
1 ition During Mr Grunhut'v
visit th. second within three
n nths. hi was a guest of the 1s-
ra : pptkMl hi Id In honor of For-
-t. 1 Abba Ebaa.
June 18-June 21
NEW YORK Aii 11-man del-
egation from the Zionist Orgain-
.tion of America is enroute to
Jerusalem to attend concurrent
meetings of the Zionist Actions
C mmittes >f the World Bamsal
Organization, th*- AsasirMy of tin
I Jewish Agency and the Executive
of the World Union af (lenerai
Zionists which begin Sunday.
Herman I- Wahanan of Now
York president of the ZOA. l-
heading the delegation. Which will
parlticipate In the 13-day delibera-
tions oi ai; three groups.
The other zoa representatives
are Sholem Ettinger of Indiana]-'
lis; Leon Ilutovich of New York
City, Rabbi I. I'sher Kirshhlum
of Ki-w Gardens. N Y Jack Laf-
kowit/ of the Bronx. Mortimer
Ifa) >| Nashville. Tenn Rabbi
IflVtag Miller of WoodBBare, NY
I>r Km.inuel Neumann of New
1 York City, Ih Max Nusshaum of
| Holl.vwood. CaUf Ahram Salomon
md Jscqui
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+Je*isti IktMtur
Voge 9-A
ear Of New Anti-Semitism
eeps Assimilationists Jews
I universally held fear
nice f anti-Semitism
even thf more rartic.i!
stitutional asaimilatJonists
I Jews.' according to
onard J- Nn of Brandeii
litj
arks highlighted a con-
lotfal payttiolesy and
id sponsored by the The-
vl Institute in New York.
n's p-irxr was a vurvoy of
g .i-o-Psycholotiioai Stru.--
the American Jewish
inity."
. \ research continues to j
overwhelming beliel by
i .inti-Semitism is not
| over. My own most re-
i on Jewish beliefs and be-
IU1 around the statement
Semititn may emerpe'
ijor problem for American',
Khan any other single state-
| J uriah Ammcar. onvic-
: Kein assorted.
*.nc of the 'institutional
t -iitvulturr." ho r-
thc many "int-rtial cth-
* ho lumber along through
i ihDiigh Judaism without
ronsciOumeM of st'lf and
> And t.iking the Jews
scrutinized by him in a
study. a< an cx.imple ol
prcad trend, he esti-
MOW SO' Niong (0
ll category of im I
ire .' Dall number of
ml:' Ins th< t<
w i n modern > ind Juda-
noved towardi Jewish
n, whether through re-
immitment, or alfyi ih
itVrward aceeptanci Ol
.i part of life, and not
.i bufMensomr part,"
l l :: h Rosior (tud)
hi r observations, Dr.
'. veral important fac-
h .nay alter quite sharp-
scU r of the American-
v rienoi
the bloom is fad.ng from
SUNSET HOTEL ^
flO NG Mo- WartK **
.) j: M ttr o*-on "
. 0- t>0* < UK*- Uric**!-
n PvUMatMa*. full *' cml
i t .<*iud. Pol v\ tfw BMcn,
;s !<*'* Crtdk Or. 511 ?"
the rose of modernity. It ma> lx> |
ih.ii moderaity .t>eif will come to
be perceived as ,:n option rather
than as a universal dogma.
Second. American secularism is
no longer so compelling an alterna-
tive to Judaism as it was a short
time ago. The demythologization j
of America which took place in
the late Ws, and which was es-
pecially potent among young Jews,
has forced people to begin to ex-
amine other alternatives, One such
ilternative the most important
one has been offered by the
revolution in lllaek consciousness.,
Third, there are beginnings of a j
Jewisti renaissance. The present j
generation of young activist Jews]
was not previously thought possi-
ble.
Fourth, there .ire signs that
Jews at*' moving away from the
simplistic assun-.ption that what is
good for America is necessarily
good lor the Jews "We are learn-
ing that the legitimate interests of
Jews and the legitimate interests
of others may be in conflict and
. we may have to engage in
tough bargaining to protect our-
si Ives and our position And
some of us at least, are learning
that there .i"< such things as Jew-
ish Interests and that tho-e inter-
ests of others," he said.
Fifth, there is the continuing
Intrusion on the Jewish conac
ness of events. No) so Ions
li'is- Bred that Jud lism In Am
was oriented merely around nos-
that Jewish hist iry h id
lor all practical purposes come to
an end. that there was no pressing
Jewish business to attend t .
Rut the continuing peril ol Is-
rael and the miraculous resurg-
ence of Soviet Jewry, and perhaps
even, thourh less dramatic ,11\
the appan nt return of anti-Sem-
itism In this countrv. have once
again made it both interesting to
be a Jew and somewhat dishonor-
able not to be. Instinct, unexer-
Cised to atrophy; there is these
days, ample opportunity for exer-
cise. Prof. Fein added.
In the light of this analysis, "s
community which sought to face
its tensions rather than to flee
from them, would have to devise
a mode of conduct and a system
of Jewish education the aim of
which is to promote and encour-
age the emergence of a new and
more confident Jew.'' the profes-
sor concluded.
Kahbi Landau Is
Elected Head Of
Southeast Region
Rabbi Sol Landau of Beth David
Congregation was elected presi-
dent of the Southeast Region of
the Rabbinical Assembly of Amer-
ica which met last week in Palm
Beach Gardens. Fla.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman ol Tem-
ple F.manu-F.1 was named honor-
ary president and Rabbi Slayer
Abramowitz of Temple Menorah
was elected first vice president of
the organisation of Conservative
Rabbis in seven southeastern
states.
Rabbi Landau's program will put
an emphasis on education he
hopes to arrange for every major j
college campus in the southeast to
!* visited once a month by a rabbi
in addition he expects to a
a conference of Conservative. Re-1
form and Orthodox Rabbis to dis
cuss religious education and ex
plore the possibility of establishing
:i o Hebrew Day Schools.
Rabbi Landau also plans to help
at ions without rabbis toi
function while they search forj
suitable spiritual leaders.
Executive officers of the Miami Beach Seniors Friendship
Club present a SI,000 check representing half its contribu-
tion to the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's 1971 CJA-IEF
campaign. From left to right are Ida Tupper. financial sec-
retary; Isidor Berek, organizer; Rose Berek, president; Sender
Kaplan, representative of Federation; and Morris Taitz.
treasurer.
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Question
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Pobb'i Shapiro
B.\ K VBB1 l> \\ III SHAPIRO .
l-iiayle Mtnai. Ilull>vv*)>a
Om "I the nuxst beautiful tra-
III : .- the traditioi j
if ile^iM, >f the Fath |
m^^^_ ttt on the Sab-'
vith ufternonns
throu^ioul Um
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with Pass- [
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haptcr of |
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re id thr si?-'
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SIVAN 7:55
MM/ *^^>>a.awVai
iaund concern for thr undordo?,
the undei-privileRpd and the dis-
inherit, at We find the admonition, j
"And you snail love the stranger
for you were strangers in the land
of Kpypl" in the Torah 36 time-.
Through the centuries, the Jew'
lived in th>- mHhM of the various
~ultutv> :n many lands Rome..
H.ii.>:oni.> Egypt, Spain, German)
aland and Russia. Th> lr langua
and cultum were all different
from oun I'hi > all exerted an in-1
rtuence on the Jew and on Ju
ism. They Influenced our customa
We abaorhed many of their ways
and nMda them a part of our Jew-
iih a.i> i'f life
Yet -will dl these change* cer-
tain uafciaa m Jewish Ufa remain-
ad nernv among thane riT the petty
traits ol the authentic Jew The
intc'lfgi nc*> oi ihe Jew reoiaii
Effect h s tinr>t foi knowiedge
au nevci imuiuxl or rJLtnlnished. I
Die soul of the Jew remained in-;
tBCt Is.il.it. d and oppressed
off, alw ->- on the run b)
in- iw. i| i ,-\ he ih mill tun a
merited distorted, full of hal
v. 11 ed mazing n
ui.il. \
Not only hj i ipul, but
...
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Father's Day Celebration
Sunday At Douglas Gardens

\ : vill hold a Fal Daj
. Sun-
laj t 2 ; m ." the Ru.
im
Max Mcndl r-sidenl i
the Home, will be the Fato
i ;
K Klein, a ill incl '
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iKclicfioiiS 4*^<
ld
crvices
Bv RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
Why l It that I lie main ho
ol pra>*r I the 1 heoedlettoos
the BaataWanfai tfawafat u tnt
repeated by the emitter at the
e\ enlnc ***" le* as It U at the
inornuij and afternosw M>r1caf |
Ttte eM-ninc asrvMe aoea not
have the same kind of require- ,
ment as the I naming and after- |
noon aeevieet While the morning |
and afternoon aervleee correspond |
directly to the regular morning
and afternoon acrlfloai whleh
were offered in the Temple of old.
the evaning service does not cor-
respond to Bl ) I:ermg
of saiT'fici-s. s ni- *.icTiiie>s wwre
not offered in tl* pvenlng m the
Tkmpla >il old How.-\.-r. -mce the
parts thnt Mil1 offered is Bacrl-
fic.'N ,n tti* afternoon were atlU
burning or smokierinc on the al-
tar in the eveninc. we still retain
the tradition of having a n
ng atrvtea, In oider to *s-
tabllah the dtfbranee in rharac-
ter i> tween the ev I and
the morning ind ifXernooo serv-
ices the oantor"s repetition of the
. .
Wgg is it that on Frkla>
incht* ihe r.mtor laaaaali ih-
ixi..-.ii<-'H>iii in an abbreviated
verstaaf
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Donor Luncheon To Honor
Active Sisterhood Members
young ferae] of Cn iter Miami's
Slatarhood will honor out*tan
mamlwri ii
Sui n at the Pai
RV itaui nit.
Mm Loum R >loff and Mi
Si 11
if th
BETH TFILAM 9M Euci.d Av Or
thodo. RabBi ratpn E. Hcckov
BETH VOSEPM CHAIM CONGKEC*
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CUBAN HEDHCW CONGREGATION
"J" WennolOB Av Orthodoi.
Rabbi Dow Roitncwug 23
EMANU-EL ITCMPLEI. 1701 W.fh.
SVreOPSIS Of THS WEEKLY TOfUH K^
Shelach Leeho
- .and the Lord spoke unto atoaa M,
men that the> [flgy ,py out t',.
xni-xvj *"
THE TWKLVE BFfE8: n,e Israeli,
in Ihe wildertv-ss of Paran. Twelv ,,..
t-M tnnes. wen sent by Ifonaa to ex
and riparl bach on the condition o
cation*. J.ishu... of th.- tribe of Bphramt, and
of ls.s;roh*r. were itnWWg tin...- >'
-d the mountain ;wth of the \. "f
uenotratcal th. lad to the extreme North i
40 day-.- they i. turned brincinj '
pomegranatea and Rga u -. a m-.
maintained, however, that it wou |
in. as it wa-. inhabit.-I l.\
tin citiaa were itrongly fortified.
Pafcah, followed bj Joahua
;- ii ni 11perl ud ceaw Ik
tided with th. majority and, panic-si
Uon and pi ipxiaed h. elertmn I ...
to Egypt They refuaed to llaten i
and JokIiu.i .uul tliii aten. , mger w u
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forming a new notion from M av
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MIAMI
AHAVAT SHALOM CONoRECA
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Cantor Aron Bon Aron. 1
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ANSHE EMES. ?S33 SW l*ta Av.
Conoorvativo. Cantor Sol Pakomrita 2
BETH AM 'TEMPLE} 6sc N. Kan.
Oaill Or S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Bawmgard, Cantor M cheal
Kyrr. S
IETH DAVIO. MM SW 3rd Aye.
Conservative. Rabbi Sol landau
'< p m Hlsterhood InataUaUon
f r Kfi.rrn fctatartlaj si i*),r
Id '^ ili T R I -. n "1 Mr. and
Mm AlU-n J !

aiTH EL. SOW SW 17th Ave. Orthe-
do> 6
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IITH KOOtlH 1101 SW 1MH *ve
Modern Traditional Rabbi Mn
Shao BETH TOV (Temple) S43S SW Ith
St. Conservative Rabbi Simon
April. Cantor Seymour Hinkea f
ISRAEL (Temple) OF OHIATER
Miami. 137 NE 19th Street Reform
Rabbi Joseph R Narot 10
ISRAELITE CINTIH J17S SW ?th
Bt. Conaervative Rabbi Avrom L.
rtr>., r ,n', r M.ti n pnn. tt mflton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irv-
Draa.n Cantor Nathan Parn.aa. U (nQ L,Brman c.n,or Zyl AJl.r ^
OR OLOM (lemp.ei < S W. 1Sth ''>
St. Conservative. Rabb. Ralnh Gim- ,N
man 11 f Mr
" -I -i tteaal
TIFFRETH ISRAEL. SSOON M.aml i,r "'' >" PhUlp
Ave. Censervativs. Rabbi Maurice
Klein
14 HEBREW ALAOKMV ?400 Pmetroe
Prtdaj IS I' m Harmon lopli \\h..i-- 9r Orthodo*. Rabbi Alexander S
Bhoald .i r*nthn Olvd T.. Hi- ("I Id-j Oross. j
NOITH MIAMI ttACN
AOATM VESMORUN .TEMPLE
M. E. Miami Oardeni Dr,,r
aervativ* Rahbi Milton Sc"l-"
Cantor Nathaniel Schvb. SI
BETH TORAH Nil IMth St at 11th
Ave Conservative. Rabbi Ma. Lip-
schiU. Cantor Jacob Renter M
e>
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1*01 NW IBVd S<
Conservative. Rat,r Charles Rubel
Canter Jetk Lerner. M
SINAI (TEMPLEl of NORTH DAOE
1BS01 N.B. ??ne) Avenue Reform
Rabbi Raloh P. Kmgiii, Canter
Irving Shwlkes-
Kalui il> '.- u m
riPERETH JACOB iTempie) 9S1 E
4th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Na
than Zolondek.
Friday -l* |> in S- n i.|..
Ina Our Infer mples
ii ni tasr atltsval
Mark
CONO ANNELL (Branch of He-
brew Academy! 7th St and Mori.
dian Ave Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham
Bae-H.IHI. M.A
ZION (TEMPLE) eOOO Miller Rd
Conservative. Rabbi Nirmm -. Shi
pira. Cantor Richard S Broody it
Krul.i> 7 .. |i in San,-
Mnasali K.m -Hi, su all
Mm J-^l \ ,
N0HIM MIAMI
BETH MOSHE CONRREOATION
1SS00 W Dials Hwy Conservative.
Rabbi Joseph Gorfinkel, Cantor
Ben Zion Kirechenbaum. JS
1
JACOB C. CUHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE 1SU Washington Ave
JrViadoa Rabbi Tiber H. Horn
fSanter Meyer Engel. M
Thii page u
coopt-rdfi.m with
pre-pared m
t;e Grt
Miami Rabnimfji Aiiociiition.
Coordinatirr uf he featufea
dp^edrmn here it
RABBI MAXWELL BERGER
Spiniuoi Ltadf of
Teaaaie Zomera
Caral Cables
KNEJi^TH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave
Orthaldoa Rabbi Oavid Lehrfiele).
CantSr Abraham Self xt
MENORAH (TEMPLE). S?0 75th %\
Conservative. Rabbi Meyer Abram-
oveita Caftter N.o Peldman n
" P Unr
' \i.
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MIAMI BEACH ner tamid itemed, aoth St ana
BETH ISRAEL. 770 *0th Si Orthedon
Rabbi Berel Wein it
BETH JACOB 301 Washington Ave.
Orthodoa. Rtbbi Shmsryahu T Svvir.
sky. Cantor Maur.ce Ma-nches. It
BETH RAPHAEL (TEMPLE). 1545
Jefferson Ave. Conservative Rabhi
David Raab. Cantor Saul Brerh 20
BETH SHOLOM (TEMPLEl. 41*4
Chaee Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kromeh. Cantor David Conviser 21

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SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE IS151 N E
1tth Av*. Orthodoa Rabbi Jonah F
Caplan. SS
YOUNO ISRAEL* OF GREATER
MIAMI. **0 NE 171et St. Orthodoa
Rabbi Naftali Poru.h. St
CChtAl C All IS
JUDEA (TEMPLE) 55O0 Orsnads
Blvd Reform Rabbi Morris Kipper 40
r>l.lv > p m S-iiur.la) II IS .i n tasf
L Mltavah Id. hard Sauil ll.hn, ana -it
Mr and Mr- Mill. .. II..I.H
EAMORA (TE'PLB> ** Zamero Ave
Conservative. Rabbi Maawell Beraer
41
I'n.ln) i. |. in Stiurda> *.' a m.
FT. tAUDIRDALE
BETH ISRAEL (TEMPLE'. M7 t
Oakland Park Blvd Raobi Sheldor
Edwards. Cantor Maurice Neu *!
EMANl.fi -'-** JJJH
Blvd Pelo'"' ""* 'Til
rams. Cantor jr"i -
POM/iNO 11*0 l
c'n,or E' %mST ,
MOOAN DAVIO "J^J1^
tTtJ HarJ.nj ** STT||
Hsu 0'ihodoi ant. *
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HALLANOAI C Jt*"H \
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MARGATE JEWHH us*"
N W If SI-
OIXEV tk**S0'"' 05i Bonita Dr
Orthodeaf Rabbi Phmeas Weber
man K
SEPHARCXJC Collins Av*.-Rabbi Sad, Nah... aa.
CONGREGATION Bi7 CHAIM 1542
** Washingtop Ave. Rabbi Avrehom
fKaltinicaf \Jelevi0io* frc?
Groner.
17
N2-I, BAV VILLAOB JEWISH
CENTER. t7J0 7th Street Causs
way. North Bay Village Conservs.
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1 hu M
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18 1971
""Jenist fkridhi&n
Page 11-A
isch Elected To 3rd Term Free Tennis Clinic Set At Central T
As President Of AJPA
yjS Te.\ iA.TP' Jimim
,,l i .; i,,.I publi-slnT of th'
-,, \V >rth Texas Jewish
ted to a third term
.! i I.- American Jew-
Association during its
I ntion 1 ist w \ .l.-uish 1'ivvs A.s-
;r organisation <"i 3t>
,-kly Jew ish new
tii.- L"i ted Si.it. s and
a.H'a .'-.i In-
. Bio 'in. editor of thr
Chronicle
la trial m itters
|; .-'ilv : editor and | m
Atl ml i Southeiti
. d i ir ;
litoi
M i C
-ill fo
. :. Mrs B '
: Day 1
I ind
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Lcvi Ol in R
ile Km inu-El in
sse l i '!<' "\ nil
v the Ann
. v- in interpreting Ji
n the plur ilistic
.ii the ful
' the meltii p I
|l. piesident of Bl
ino of the larceal
\ sen '.n In the South-
>rd thi- "challenge to
-la Kith ad-
m- m keep pace
loua rate of ch ingi
i: m- ety, where thing*
before the) eu
Iso in trd a pn -
Mi Wlach on '0 n
I' to tti Prees." In-
regul ii urns and
I ressurea on new -
.preen by Robi '
! Agnew ing the
- tsed the recent
: u- mi I i or the
ki reported The
tcussed w ays an I
i I the minr and
American Ji
232TJ
Membert or the executive board
who were reelectcd mtfbde'iMrs.
Robert Gen-lick, editor ol the
Omaha Jewish Press; Morris Jan-
off publisher of the Jersey CH>
lewiah Standard; Milton Pinsky,
ditor and publisher of the Ohio
Jew inn Chronicle; Milton Kir. .
stone, editor of the Kana is Citj
Chronii le: Joseph Cummins, e Ii
I'M- (if B'nai B'ritft Messenger
Los Angeles: and Philip Slomovitz
editor and publisher >! the Detroit
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[Temple H*>th Mmb<-. 13630 W i
!Ui' Hwy., will again mow t
r th H
Holy l>ey>..f- H>sh H ..-hwr.-rb-
Kippur iccording t.i an an
.iinci'inont ma<1- by Rabbi Jo-
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if the uougregal on tnd its preai-
Chariea Wi kssni m
Ours :s i fanu!\ ori^nton" con-
_: ition," the] and <-
pedalty on the High Hoi) Day*
. lab t" hat t our me nbet v
thip together with thahr tcvna
,i family unit LaSI yeai ex
i- rience proved most kmpret
>t x-ncficia! It was a truly great
iiius i-XTM-rimcc for our nvm-
:.. i to have the opportunity tor
ih ir teenagers to loin them in
i unified sci \ tee
Since this would !* impoaa ble
lit.mi at "in preeenl llm I
, r,i irj Mating c ipacitj. our
1 of riirectoiN \ote islj to hold our High Holy I> ij
\ ion again al 11* hotel
\v, in\ itc th ( immunity I
in tor the High Holj 11
:n an OVei fkV
but in the m tin Tit
pacit) ol thi Bali tor i1
. out 700 so i!i i"'
...
th i. mple'a
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tboae who wish to mak<- u.-. f
ilv f ibnities, It u i- BrThO
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la*>**fr -^wrl-pr'-arli all sermons
Cantor Ben '/'in Klrschenb
will chant the Hiijh Holy Da]
liturgy.
Tun' will alao be i children'*
service conducted >> th-- te
newlyn ngagi I educational direc-
tor, Ben imin Udoff.
Beth El Senior Youth Groups
The Temple Beth I" senior youth
group, tot ""' to '-'I' n:,<
scheduled the tottowiai endkrf-tbe"
Bummei program registration, on
I Au. -'' from 0 to 1-' noon; deCO-
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i atarting .nil i na creative am
followed by Oneg Siabbal at
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June 18. 1971
* kn(si fkridi ir
Page 13-A
"his Week In History .
ABo ThJn W*fcl 19S1
r.ritic R'Ra student* burn-
-ity's only Yiddish
jonist Revisionists' Palcs-
Ilaam, was banned
lin for publishinK a poem
,: (he Wailing Wall Cnm-
declaring the avail
petty.
I >., | oi the (Proteatanti
1, ingelicsi] Church stated:
political movements
Ivca openly again*)
, : are IndiHerenl i i
Socialism takes Its
basil of positive
i sl indi i>
an l fraternitj
,i (herd
'.
i the w
U l'i..'

But il I
. "Hatll
i '- ir Minkowskl
isulin
. Berlin, G
ige
Flench Jewish cemetery. 20 tomb-
stone- were vandalized at historic
Roaenwiller, Alsace.
A Canadian Jewish law student
wtio needed a hat to recite a court i
oath borrofTcd one from the first
passerby a girl. "Red with* em-1
barrassment hut loyal to Jewish
tradition".' JTA reixirtod "the!
younc man. arrayed in the flimsy
sunshade, stood before the clerk
and i ilemnl) took th< oath."
A Jew, Robert Kronfi lii. became
the first to guide .i glider across
the English Channel ind back.
10 Fear* \K This Week: I9.;i
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UOAl NOTKl
MCE OF ACTION
RCUIT COURT OF THE
,H JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
DA IN AND FOR OAOE
UTY CIVIL ACTION
NO 71-9823
: FOR DIVORCE
'
I.VS HOFFMANN.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOH DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 71-10856
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
I
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THOMAS SI f*T< .11:
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 70- 19501
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Al AN D McKII.LOP
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No 71-6?29
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No 71.18* (Judge Primmi
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AMKI \ II DR IKE
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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Vou, I II I.IAN UAHKINOTi IN Mi
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you i ..u are
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Plead K I thi IHII ol I: m
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AN'UKI.i' A III Suit, |no Robi
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Floi i.i.. 13IJH and file Hi.- i rlglnal
An u. r or ri. adin*. in tin nfi .
I ill.- Clerk ..f the Circuit C"ourl ni or
' ihi- :'ili ilaj ..f .luiv. 1971. If
ii i.nl i.. do no, .ni.li.-ii,. ni by d. laull
ill l.. taken asalnal you fur Hi. r.--
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Tin- nntii-. shall 1.- |iuli|lsll.il nil. .-
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in Tin; JEWISH F10K1T>1AN
IKiNE AMi ORDEKEH al Miami,
Florida, this inth d) .-t .Tun. A.D
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Circuit Court, Dadr County. Florida
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Miami Florida il 1130 371-M 'i
Attorney r..r Plaintiff
S'U-.:. ; '
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR BROWARD COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE NO. 70-4379
JOHN R. BLANTON
IN RE: i:.-n ati: i if
JOHN DZI'RI '
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
AND CLAIMANTS
You of you
uli pri i nt nnjr
In.m and demand* which you, "r
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late ol Ui
Fkiridi
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LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DAUE. COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBA""E
No. 71-2?31
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
111 RE: 1
I'HIUF III '.MA \
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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IRCUIT COURT OF THE
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IDA IN AND FOR DADE
|NTY CIVIL ACTION
No 71-9778
JIT FOR DIVORCE
NOTICE UNIItR
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
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NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71.11169
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
III ANi A I' I'l: LA SOTA,
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bin aifent, will become -. uld aci ordlna
sn n rredltoi ..i clalmanl imial al the
inn. ..i ih. filing of Hi.- rnmi deliver
a cop) ..! suili claim to ntld County
JiidK.s ni compliance with Chaptei
SI-3:'4. l-i\\s ..f Florida fnr tliGl
Tills loth day of Jun.. |7i
an DREW tutu- Attorney
t..... N K 125th HI
Miami, Florida
Tt-1 767-9441
of the Estate of
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NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-9409
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
UOXAIJi iiri-'FKY,
Plaintiff.
VI
NELLIE lilFKKY.
11. t.-inlanl
TI NELLIE OrFFETC
Realde..... I 'nknow n
You, NELLIE OCFFEY an h. r.
by notified lhal a Hill of t'nmi
(..i Divorce has t.. -.- n filed aieainHl
you, and you are required pervi a
copy your Am-wer or Pleading t.
th.- Hill ..I Complaint on the Plai I I
') Engi I a Halperi Sui 17-tJ
Centn Houm I N tl m 10th
Miami Fl rid '! fill
the original Answei ..; Fleudlng In
del r Circuit
Coun i
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First publli
th. nth da) ni Jum l!7l
BILVERSTEIN ku ITNE1
Attorneyr
Eatate <.f Philip I dm dici
4;ii I .in.-, in Rd .
Miami Reach, I'l..
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS III1:,:!!', i
hi ui di .- n< il. Hiring
. -s under tF> flctl i i.<- of
FLETCHER APARTMENTS I I
\\ .i hlngti ii A ve u- ..:
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with th. Clerk i l"
.i Dade Cou I'!
ii.\l;i;i i.ai:si:i:
ESTER l-AKSKIt, i..- .
JACK I Ai' iHSi IN
OI'TA .1 M iRSON. In- fi
SMITH, M \N| 1.1:1:. SMITH
.'. PARKER
Attorinis t. i :! u: di
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
ICE IS HEREHY HIVEV

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name i Ihi Fieri I Ihi Circu
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Mi..un. Fl.i
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Vi k er or Pleading In
' ili.t ..n Hi- I'!.,
RICH Mtli A HAMAR
tvt Miami. Flu SIIS7
al Anau r oi I'l. ad
i thi Clerk i
. before lh
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ten
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No 71-11?95
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
M\RTH \ D LACKEl
I'l.i
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h-loRIDIAN
IDERED .. U
t..y ,,t May a ii
' V.N Clerk,

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pj if youi v i'l' "'
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PlMlnlifl il IHNARH II
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IN THE COLNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-2043
(ARTHUR W PRIMM)
RE !' tl
"' I IAMIE C Lt'GO
I.....
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T i VII Creditor* and All Pertain* H*\ ,
!"- '' ~ PlaJntlfrS ai
y..u -i.v notified and n
iiuir.-ii t.. nr. s.-nt any < hum. and de
mai.'l- whli F: n.u nmv hav.- agalnal
the eatate of JAMIE C Ll'di i rtj
,,..n-..I late Dade Cowttjr, Florida.
t>. the Count) Judge* of Dade Coun-
ty, and file Ihe mum in duplicate
and as provided in Section
Florida Statut) -. In Ihi Ir offlOM in thi- |
County Courthouae in Dade County. |
Florida, \iiihri all ralendar months |
from tin- time "f tli* first publica-
tion hen- i or the *ame will he barred
I iteri it Miami. Florida, this itli
lav Of May, A I> l"71
MILDRED I'.EKNSTKIN
As Executrix
!'- publication Ol In!* notice on
th.- 3*th dj) ol May, l>71
ItKRNJTBTN* MILLER
Attorn. % for Bxi utrlx
19 Weal Fwurler St
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-9865
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
DEI i "RES ROKER
Plaintiff
HCRERT rjE" "ROE in >KBR
.lain
TO HCHERT rSE" IROE Rl IKER
You. HCRERT UEORCE ROKER,
are hereby notified thai Bill of Com-
plaint fnr Divorce ha* been filed
against vu. and you ari r. .iuir.ii t..
nerve a i.i|t> ..f your Anieaer "t P i
mg to the Kill of Complaint on the;
orney, STONE A SOST-
CHIN, Ml N U Mill An- Miami.
al file the original
A newer t* PleaifTnC In 'the offl
the Clerk of the I'ir.-uit Court on or
before the loth day < June. 1911 If
you fail to do so, ju'lKin.-nt by de-
fault will I..- tuken aicainal you fnr
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THB
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRC L'tT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNT1
IN CHANCERY. NO. 71
SL IT FOR DIVORCE
i' \T1IKIN i: MAI 'I lEN,
Ptali
JIMMY I. MADDEN,
11. .
Tl' JIMM> I. MADDEN "!

I7 All"' 1 ICAH
APO Fl

Yi u JIMMY I. MADDEN
by notli ed l Con
plain! for D I filed
you. and a i red
-. iv.- a i ur i or
i
plain,Il
pi iIJi -.<; |{<) mi
Miami, Fli rl
13-54
i r Pli adlng in the ofl
Circuit Count before the
:i'th day of I
so. JuiIkiii.iii li) delaull will hi taken
you t
in the Bill tif C" mi ..int.
Thin 11 I-- puhl
each wi ur 11 ineei u
rn THE JEM ISH FLI IRIDI \N
DONE WI
Florida, thii : ti day o! !
1971
i: tl l.E V"HI UMAN
On uu 'ourt, I lade Cou
B) C I' "'" >i' 1:1 \XI>
Deputy ierk
'' ii -...iii
SAMI'BL 1'" "LICASTRt I
imi s n --ii \ ..in-
Miami. Florida :
i r_.
i : '. -1 4
the
lllll of
Miami. Florida
tli.. tvlief ilimaiiil..l
Confpfafhl
Tln-i notice Bhall he publlahed one*
each week for four eonaecutlve weeks
rn THE JEW ISH FI/HtlDIAN
DONE AND nliliERED at Miami.
Florida, this tilt "lay Of May A.D
V.'Tl
i: P l.E'ATHEItM.W. Clerk.
Circuit Court. [ini]e Cunl i Florida
B) It M KISSEE
I i.nuty Clerk
uii Coun Seal)
hi PONE SliSTCHIN
_< lui j;.W i-th Are
Miami. Florida .i-iiso
i a 4-n-ii
A -. I
for Pluhiiiff
I-11-1S
NOTICE UNDER NOTICE OF ACTION
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW .* JN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Tl
NOTICE is HERMrt .I\ l-.N that* eleventh JUDIClAL CIRCUIT
i uinlerslgni-d, dealrlng lo eiig.iue. Hi FLORIDA IN AND-FOR DADE
thi a .;. igm d, deMlring to i^.^t
under thi lou n nn -
KMERU \N VACATIONS atjp77
Vveiiui Muim Hi h
ii
Ihi Clerk r.r the '
i Florl'lH .
in wen
MAI PFRIED
IIJI I DAVIS
r I *! '

NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is IIEKEin i
HI.I I- RIHI CHBilll
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Court Ol Pi''
I.K" -Nil. i: \i VN
-
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
9-hMUIhFkrMfor
Bolidti v. i lecol aoficm
Wo apprcl^te youi
patioina? a- mi
accurate rri e ifl i rate.
Rial 379"*$*
lor raesser gim ufcrvlce
THE
OF
FLORIDA IN AND-FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No 71-10344
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Itn LYNN WHIT \ki:i;
Plaintiff,
JIMMY JOE WHITAh I
i
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T | '. I ,1 ,.

for lm againat you
your A

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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-1557
(FRANK B DOWLING1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE F.st.i-. .
i:i>\\ A III) KM HUMAN
n. reaaed
To All Creditor* and All Persons Hav-
ing Claim* ur Demand* AgainM Said
Estate:
You are nereb) notified and re-
*iuir-"l tt. iir.st nt any cutim* and gt
m.miis \iliii-h you min hnvi againal
Ihe estate of BDWARD EJ.IERMAJN
County. Plorlil... t. the County .lu.lic"'^
of bade County, and file thi name
in iIuitIithi. a as provided in Bac-
i.K. Florida Slatutea, In their
offkiea in the County Courthouse In
Dag* County. Florida, within rlx
calgndar month* from the time of
ti... t ral publication hereof, or the
same w ill be barred
11,.'. i al Mi..nn. Florida, tl. l.'th
day of Ma) A n l71
GLAD>HV BMERMAN
\- Cm UtrU
l'jr-t publication of ihi- lice on
rhi : da) of Ml ). I'.'TI.
MYERS K M'I.vn Pi RTER,
IJCVINSI i.V A KENIN
Atton lladya V. Emen
i -..
115(1 S.Vi F t Street, Miami. F
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREin I
the undi
',:. I'll".'
. .|'\ CITY, PRIN1 i'l i v !
rtginal A
i r I on

for four utlve weeki
KIDIA N
|hi\i: WI) l)RDI
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ii Court, r
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un Cl. rk
ui i s. ali
ii Burna
Rd
i mi I Ii ... ti. Florida
Plaintiff
It lih Street. Mian F
\iiil.
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DAVID HAYIi"
$
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
is ifEREi thai

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FOR V MMM'M CI.E WEI a vi
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Dade County, Florida.
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Jewish Floridian
o-ida r'.iiay, June 18, 1971
Section B
loiinril of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds Committees Discuss
kwlopment In Jewish Education,
deration Programs. Social Welfa
re
Final
itions >: '
w Ish Id< lltil > i re-
1971 : ai I i tising
n

ms !.el !>".

- '
. ..;.- ion v*
fugh-
' k >,; '' meetings
the board
n itional committees
i?il of Jewish Federa-
Welfare Funds .v'JFi.
iSUl -M Jewish com-
l tdert and Federation
from tome 50 com-
n the United States
i i attended ft*- four-
lave which Bfl i>'il Sun-
Focui was the major areas
concern and commit-
h.omi'. tbroad ind In
wU rin the Taak
iorl to ': !>> ird
'UlnxfaMtlon >t llmOSl two
- intenslv > itudy to for-
te means of si >ning
Jewish identity and commit-
..... Hi results of I
n entlj tnity

tii m the U S
.'
en-
hancement
Jew sh IU
cam by I
in in Ft bruary ind conclud-
ed early last month nvolved
munity l> aders prof 'ssion-
. ibbis, i iculty, students in t
others from communities with
medium-sized md small
Jewish populations.
In a series of committee meet-
ings, participants and delegates
also discussed and developed
guidelines for community action
and services to meet a score of
the more immedi ite social wel-
fare problems and responsibili-
tles of th*- American Jewish
(immunity. Those included an
analysis of th.' 1971 community
fund raising campaigns conduct-
i-d by Federations and Welfare
I xecutivi Recr
! due ition Program to
.".'il for i lified per-
sonnel in Jew,-;. Fi leral
ved plan -< .
stipends and !;*-
F ii nl
tional programs at s
i w irk; "
itior Pla
Educati >n ex| lored Federal ns
hip wil
ish Da> School!
the training ol ad
The 0>\ erse u Ser % i"nm-
mittee addressed itself to some
of the major issues to be I
by the 29ft member-assembly of
the recently reconstituted Jew-
ish Agency, which will hold its
first meeting in Jerusalem next
week.
earlv 1,000,000 Jews Live
\l, Or Near Poverty Level
i WNS 1 "
the atflM -nt V '
. t that. i myl
\ i
':..
port '" Invisible
I to "i
l tee's Chicago
\nne Wo
for
. itl >n I thai
>
I 0r -. the po' -rtj
: .1 her
on froi
: icted -

lUDS.
idles showed M
d th it 13 >:' Jew-
ps, re 750.-
than
: gures for
ooi writ I
ler $4 501 .
ided nu m "- of
poor wo k ess
i ics :
m i Ita-
ly of fa
. i n..........
Wolfe n '. thai tboul
'us living -i po\'<
60 yi
Jew sh "
! mrel ited
... ,.u
children I b>
rent
bserved that
the non-elderly Jew-
In the big Htiei
and Haaskiic Jews
Is to meet national
mm da tin' Per-
Servi h Committee which
bbi Goren Leaves Army
VVTV IWNS '' i
I. I I.
I
' position he h i- hi
i',' H-
Rabbi of Tel stoh ind
>f its rabbinical court Both
ts have been vaoa L8 months
ntlj undi rt 10k .. PI
'There ire -L"' H iss ; Jews
in New V irk Cit> she noted,
"and they oo i the third
l ii.:< l i- rroup in '
In New York 11t> a
said m.....il
lioi
I i
Als wish
poor in 1<>~ An.-'. Mi mi md
Phil v
Count) : epa I I Public
I th it
H.0a lei j Jews wer
r 10.-

In the S
wealthy Miami 1
Wolf. 90 the i 00
I*-,,;.;, u am

128 a
r
ported S 'ews
| d iund
' M 'A f. il
j n today, and
our tradition

Kie tion th u h i-
Cov. Akcv*
Canceli ^ i-it
Du to I
live sessl in
kew had to '
to M

Federal i
I
th it
in th Fontaine
X'lub Gi^i R
Henry Kramarz iright), national photographer of the Jewish
War Veterans of the U.S.A.. has just returned from a three
week visit to Israel, where he prctographed the Israel Armed
Forces and posed with this paratrooper. His series of skdes
entitled "Progression of Israel 1971," depicts Israel's most
unusual aspects. The slides are ihown under the au-
spices oi the American Corr.mif.ee tor ShaaTe Zedek Hos-
pital in Jerusalem. Arrangerr.-' Is for iewing may be made
by calling the local office, which s located at G05 Lincoln
Rd., Micmi Beach.
MJCRAC Plenary Session Explores Current Issue*
Current issues such as Israel I trusions in individual ri
Soviet Jewry, iomestic civil htv-i of privacy by both government
ml civil rights will be ex- and private investigative agencies
plored next week at the annual will one of th.- major topics
plenary session of the National lered by the delegates during
Jewish Community Relations Ad- the four-day assembly which be-
visory Council in Atlanta. jins Thursday, June 24.
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F age 2-B
> Jen ist Itarktinr
Hebrew Academy Elects
Irving Firtel President
tnrin Hi i'' .' Mi mi: Batch
tome) aad owe and communal I
llll. Ivis blVi
Ike Hi 'v i h ty of Gi-..!-
M. in: I1 Louis Ma
i/i". as bead ol I He-
i S | "
I laonard Roa v. v\:i> rei
luinnan ol the Academ) 's bo
II> iman Sn i. was named
.H1..M ..r n- ,-vn-iu...' commit-
Oscar B. v. ,- elected
vm iti chairman of thi" board
id !>n I. Binder v.a- named as-
>ciate chaleman oi the exeeutivi
immitt. <-.
Mr Binder, l> David s An-
ion -tuI ll urry ry life president*. Honornrj \
residents nre Morris BtencnfeM,
Ucofa Cohen. Nathan I>.irNk>
liarles Fruchtman, Archie Green-
(tonshoi. Ch tries
Kalb n Samm l Reinhard w n elected
nior \ ..- president in the new
Iminfetiation. Oth r \ Ice pr
lonfs are Joseph Cohen Milton
Kahjn. <'< oi... K Hjm in
Mam er, Daniel
s Popick .i 'i'
B s. iia;>iro and
S Snap ro
offic udi
ulitn 9
.1. : \ Schechl final
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mi! i
A.-..
Mr. Fin
: rears and
-
ifctftek, .
LifWn, O* i
kl He
'Iw. Usl ol
chairman a! the i secutive
mittee as '
.\ [ormei p and now
nonoi m > liii ntemb ; '' ih> M
am B Ik' was presl
dant el (he Opl -. C u a- Ml
:un, Be ich in 198 I ..:i i v.; mi
ItRxJ, .ikI aa- >- mem
I in. Miami !' ach Elks fa
26 years II- i- now n Esteeme-
\.. member o
Mi" Mi i ., ii Hibisi u
i M ison ,ir ,. Shi Iner.
Born in New York City, M
Firtel lived In Brooklyn until
coming to Ml imi B ich in 19 ''
Hi- graduated from Washington
Square College. New York Uni-
versity ;ind N.Y l\ Law School.
in.l p isaed the Floi ids
miration iri 1987 Preaently a
member ol thi Miami Beach Bai
Asa h in the I' ty Bar
A-- i -lotion, th Floi 11. B -
i-.i.' Amei Km
Me i A Mi Fli tel thi foi mer
Rut R. Kleii .
.-.I i- president ol Hi H
W .::-.. i H
have foui I.
M i\.- :-.; |>.
ol the Hebi i A
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Friday. June 18. 1971
+Jmfct> fk/raaticxn
Page 3-E
All smiles at their installation dinner in New York City are
these new officers of the Synagogue Council of America.
From left are Rabbi Joseph Lookstein, second vice president;
Dr. Irving Lehrman. national president; and Rabbi Irwin M.
Blank ol Tenafly. N.J.. first vice president. Rabbi Lookstein
ot New York City also is chancellor of Bar-Han University
of Israel.
Kabbis Blank, Lookstein
To Serve With Dr. Lehrman
of the nation's foremost
leaden acn elected to
with Dr. Irving Lehrman
.1- irr-taik-d m president '"I
Synagogue Council ol America
the annual meeting held
organization In New York
n ,!> first \ president
Rabbi Irwin M. Blank of
. X 1 ;i raftlot al leader in
form Movement of American
T'>f far lei's Bar-
11 1'ira is.ly. Dr. "i',lti H
,f \. ,v V irk City, was
,1 ., .. 1! l v Ice president
ii Luoketein h 1 HI Hjcnt
to G fate Ml iml in behalf.
%. .h:-. .1 i 'nivi rsity. <
: i| .,-. |l d
! n 15..\, r ol New York,
irtiing m.i rctarj; Robert L
ol Chi< ego, II!. corrcspon I
tar): and Mosea ll
of Merrlck, NY. treaaurer.
ij Henry Siegman of New
k City continue* as executive
reaident oi the overall Jaw*
Ugioua representative body
1 irthodQK. Conservative and Re-
m .luitivn.
The Syn igogue Council "f Amer-
ica Is the coordinating agency foi
the three wing" of An* can
Jewry. Its purpose is to give 1
single address and a united voice
tn all matters n yarding which the
three branches share 1 c immon
em
The Synagogw Oouncll of Ann
lea which will celebrate ts 45th
anniversary tdia year, is the rec-
ognized agencj oi American Jewry
vis-a-vis the Catholic and Protes
tant national agencies, th, United
States government, the Unite I S 1
tioni and .ill IN oodles It
rttltuenl igenclea are tin Rab-
Asscmbly, Uniu 1
?ogue df America, Rabbinical
Council "f America, Union 01 Or-
hodox Jewish C01 < ins of
\ Central Confen no ol
American llabbis nnd the Union
ol Amei..- in Hebn a Con
lions.
!>:-. Abraham Heschel, one '>f
American Jewry'a foremost phi-
losopher! and spokesmen, Installed
Dr. Lehrman before in audience
of religious leaden from through-
out the United Statt 1
Five Appointed By
Postmaster General
Postmaster General Wlnton M
Bliiunt das appointed five regional
postmasters in a major step da-
rt i" broa len the authority
of ttu U S. Post .1 Service's field
organization, according to Miami's
liter E.M. Dunlap.
The ippointments are part of a
re\-amping and streamlining of
the post il management structure
lently in advance of the
I launching of operations ol
the U.S. Postal Service July l.
K ich of the five, who held key
management positions in the old
Post Office Department, will head!
major hubl being created t'.irounh
a consolidation of the IS Postal
Regions. Carl Ulsaker, who has
l>een Regional Director for Wash-
ington, D.C.. will head a new-
Southern Region consisting ol Ten-
nessee, Alabama. Mississippi, Flor-
ida, Texas. Georgia, North Caro-
lina. South Carolina, Oklahoma
ind Arkansas, with headquarters
;n Memphis, Tcnn.
The new management structure,
developed to provide better mail
s. n ice for the American people
uid i tter career opportunities for
the T.wooo postal employees, will
help to achieve three objectives:
li To decentralize operating re-
aponsibilitiy and giv* personnel
a chance to manage and
progrcas.
il'i To en ate an organization that
focuses on the major busi-
nesses of the Postal Service,
.", 1 to recognize the special man-
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1! 20-25% OFF
iOUTH DADE KMT SHOP!
8269 S.W. 124th St.
(124th 8t. off Sooth Dim* Hwy.)
VILLAGE MALL SHOPPING CENTER
_______ 238 6851
PAN AM
PLATING
COMPANY
DISTINCTIVE W TAl FINISHES
Gold Plating of Religious Articles
$ Arnold Toby
98 N.E. 73rd St.
(just ofl Miami Ave.)
757-6621 757-3316
Officers of the Greater Miami Automobile Dealers Associa-
tion who will direct the activities of the organization for the
coming year include, from left, (seated) George William-
son of George Williamson Cadillac Co., first vice president;
Robert P. Lambdin of Northside Motors. Inc., president;
Robert W. Houston of Bob Houston Motors, Inc., second
vice president; (standing) Lester I. Reitman of Courtesy
Ford, Inc., treasurer, and Bernard E. Neary, secretary and
executive director.
Judge Spector Speaker At Law Alumni Luncheon
Sam Spector, judce of the Flral
District Court of Apiieal in Tal-
lahassee, who received his Juris
Doctor degree from the Univcrsitj
11 M "il of Law in 1956,
was to be Su< si spe iker for the
Association Thursday noon In tK'
Zaragozano Room of the L'.j; .
Hotel and Country Club.
Tickets for the luncheon. Whic'i
is being held in conjunction wit 1
the mi the Florida Bi
mnuul luncheon meeting of the Association at the hotel will I.
University f Miami's Law Alumni available at the door.
WHEN YOU BUYA POUND OF
KOSHER SWEET OWFON MARGARINE
WEtt GIVE YOU
ANOTHE* POUND FREE.
IT'S A MECHAYEH.
When you buy your first pound of Kosher Sweet Chiffon
we'll give you another pound, absolutely free. Now that's
a Mechayeh. It comes in a new blue package and two new
fancy servers. It's a very sweet package._SoJook for_us
in the dairy case.
If you think it's sweet butter, but it's not;
Its Unsalted Sweet Chiffon. ___
To get your store coupon good for a free pound of
Unsal*?d Sweet Chiffon-, cut out this certificate and
send it-along with the ingredient statement from the
front of an Unsalted Sweet Chiffon carton-to:;.
ANDERSON CLAYTON FOODS
; P.O. Box 4785, CLINTON, IOWA 52732
"*:

, Name.
',; Address.
City.
-State.
-Zip'.
> 1971.
Anderson.
vCUyton U Co
l.m.t- Or* tree pound per family. All reauests must be ecompar,*d by h,s
e?t .cat?. Vo,d here prohibited, taxed or NttMNUhk Otter e.p.res
September 30, 1971. Pi* Uo three weeks tot delivery. ?


Jr * Mni*t> fkrktian
Hoffberger Named Chairman
Of Smolar Award Committee
NEW YORK I JTA I Jeruld C.
Hoffhergar, prominent Baltimore
mimal and business Ka.lei rt..
i- chairman of the executive Bfiin-
mittdj >: the J< wiah T
Agenc) wu named chairman of
i Smolar Award Committee for
Excellence In American-Jewish
ism, II i\ M Flaber ot
I troit, presidi nl of th.
: nl ind W< l
1 i ha> announced
nembersh
the newly-1
ustied representa-
tives of th
iblic

rd.

I M
th H
rsentativei
ncliKl : M
Montn
J< n ish
th '
< Mrs
th. CJF Lai
S I :
V ner of Richmond, .1 lead
ity'i Jew ih ('immunity
mil a board men
in> N ition il Foundat Jew
Cult ire md Mr Fit
'- resent ns tha \ lean J. w-
:' H Arnow I
New Y..;k. president of the JTA
th American As 1
Jewish Education; Jimmy
Fl Worth president ol
n Jewish Press Aaao-
n and Irving Isaacs Ot Pitts
lenl of the Jewish
Pittsl rgh and
ember of the JTA
n ttv general preai
journs Elie Abel ol N a
- Dean "i the Columbia S
l David Starr of
il the 1
mbei
the 1:1.
''..- I of New Y irk, r.p-
lewish Fi let itl m pro-
Imer Lou -
din ctor, Roch m> i
I .' m Ish Welfare Fun
immunity Council; Isi-
: Los Angek
\. cutive director of th. :
1 Welfare F.-derat:on an'
> Angeles Jewish Federation-
id Dr John Slaw
. p es :
be a
name dropper
of the American Jewish Pbmmit-
Reptvsentmj; the fieM of :
lie relations ss Alfred Fleishman
of St, Louis, public relation-"
suit ant and pa>t jiraaia* >;*>( too
St Louis Jewish Federation.
Tti.' committee, ached tied I 1
convene its flrsl meeting In )
. July will fix it hi lards for ''1
ird u wel 11 est iblish n wn'
lurea
and inform ties, th me
li.i
.iiv iting then to s tries
llillcl Community Day SthoIJjyJ
End-of-Year Honors AsMinhK tS


and 1 J
thia

"'
'
-i
JIKDLD C. HOHBHGIK
\i th.' end-of-the-achool-year
rs sssetnbly Friday, Kahhi Si-
mon MuresanOj |>nnci|>al of Hill.'l
Community Hay S.-hool. will pp--
s. ni certificates "f honor to Rita
Gopman and Howard Dennis, first
Mark Dunaevaky, Mltchetl
i'-XJ* -awd-Aiar.-y SlsMtM, ear^aaaw*w
1 nd prade; Alene Kane Roma, dolph 1
third grade; Benaj Unger, Adina Lisa k
Adk-r and Sharon Mai- I fourth M I
Bradi Sharl Malvin and Any Mo- tl
.ni fifth tra.i. at d Lorl < ioodn u
gradi
>.....h Frtnesa trophies
u ill i pn k ted t" sixth ..-
itzin and Jai k 11 >i- : Th
v. m nt .


ti
,

"' Rubinsteins^]
|I*NCV BLUEBACJC
1 04*Aa 1
RED SOCKEYE
\ SALMON /
makes
a great
impression
Cutting down on salt?
Sunshine Krispy
unsalted tops ^ i*>
are the crackers
you love for
taste!
STRICTty KOSHER-PARVE
K on the package means Kosher
RS means Rabbinical Supervision
They're double good because they're double crisp. We wrap each stack hi
wax paper and then pack them all in our reclosable stay-knsp plastic be}
That's for double crispnesa, double goodneaa. That's Krispy. It into ft
know that old friends are better than ever.
The freshest ideas keep coming from Sumiim\
Kf
n ft
APRICOT
APPLE
PRUNE
JUICE .
TASTE DELIGHTS
Delight your family with these detectable*
from Mott's and Sunsweetfavored
names for fine flavor, quality and value.
_Keep a tempting variety in the pantry and serve them often-
wholesome pure fruits, pure fruit juices and creamy puddings.
K ALL CERTIFIED KOSHER
NOW!
NOW!
Pott's and Sunsweet juices are
handy cluster paks of 6 Individual
Mott's has created a variety
of luscious creamy pud-
dingsin cluster paks of 6
individual servings for
mealtime and nosh time at
home, work or school.


fewish Flaridian
iL Wc
otnan s
lUorU
Kr, lune 18. 1971
Page 5-B
rish War Veterans Ladies' Auxiliary
livities On The Schedule Next Week
i-h \Vnr Veterans, Depart-
rlda Ladies Auxiliary
, a .11 service Hit- portable
and the patients' li-
hclti tee i MM patients
in. Hospital this week i
|ila) Rita Saslaw and Coil
Abe Horowitz Auxil-
!-. Saturday, Julia IJtkt
i Levine >f Norman
>. n AumIi iry 171: Sim-
ile Levitch, hospital
Tirl her committee from
.; iml Springs Auxiliary
ay Sol ind Stella Ljp-
,; iy Solomon Auxiliary
day, JoU Ratner, Julie
- ...ill Ynunx and Lillian
Wednesday evening, vol-
n the Ahr- Horrowiti
683 and Thursday. June
chairman Esther Wins-
r committiH- from the
Dav.d Marcus Auxiliary 746
- of th.- Weil Palm
and Auxi!iir> 408 will
it a lines party tor the
.- on the 4th "and 12th
irday. They will ghn
;>r/' to the winners and
thmenta.
nKinN'rs from Victor
t\ an 813 arid Alv Horro-
Postl and Auxiliaries
i barbecue lunch
itienl it Veter ins
. : the poolslde
inds
r i F. Pi ansblaii 171 ol
neet-
I | i"llp|
r m- i! Auxiliary i

Solomon i 11
the
. '
!i M<\

I I I
I
i p.n
the Cadillac Hotel. Mrs. Bessie
Gibber is chairman and Mrs.
Maurice Weinman, mistress of
ceremonies.
North Shore 677 is holding a
social meeting Wednesday at s
p.m. in the Washington Federal
on Normandy Isle.
Abe Horrowiti 682 will lune a
Lai Vegas Night benefit Saturday
at x p.m. In Unified Hall, 2300
N.1-: I7it St. On Thursday, June
-'4. the Auxiliary will hold its reg-
ular business meeting it 8 p.m
with president Ril i Saslaw pre-
siding.
Col. DavM Marcus 7B will hold
a birthday party for the girls in
Farad:.-'- Cottage it Sunland
Training School on Sunday. Auxil-
iary members will hue gifts and
refreshments for ill of the girls.
7 Miamians Among
Mizrachi Seminar
Tour Participants
Seven Greater MiamiarS are
among :wi East Coasf participants
I 30-d Ij -eminar-tour ol Israel
for key workers of the Mizrachi
Women's oigwuUntion of Amer-
ica, Mrs Milton S. Jacobson, na-
tional president of the religious
Zionist organization, announced
Those selected from South Flor-
. ida include Mrs. Ann Schmidt. I
, Kaplan. Mrs. Etta Schit:". Simor
Schiff. Mr. and Mrs Nathan Zei-
Chner and Mrs. Charlotte Roth.
Mrs. Leo Niedelman of Bridge- >
j port. Conn., will lead fie >tud>
Up BJ part of a continuing lead- .
ership development effort und.': '
taken by Mi/raclii Women in
Deration with the World Zionist
Organization.
Linda Dubov Engaged
Mr. and Mrs David J DubOV,
6001 SW 63rd Ave., announce the
engagement of their daughter.
Linda Ellen, to Lawrence Paul
Wellisch, the son of Mr and Mrs
i Hein/ Wellisch. 1S45 SW 82nd Ct.
The wedding date has boon set
for Aug 1.
YOUR LAUDERDALE BRANCH?
$ove travel time lor your field people. Suites to your order lo-
cated in middle of traffic network in North Lauderdale giving oc-
cess to major routes all directions. Beautiful new building with
lovely old rates. Call Jack Mitchell. Wm. H. West Realtor,
Agent. 771-7530.
CLYDE CRABTREE
GLOBE TROTTER...
EDUCATOR...
INVITES YOU TO
JOIN HIM
DEPARTS JUL Y 15th MIAMI
DAYS / COUNTRIES
SWITZERLAND FRANCE ITALY
AUSTRIA ENGLAND HOLLAND
GERMANY
ONLY
*976
FARE IS ALL
INCLUSIVE
FROM MIAMI
2 MEALS PER DAV ALL HOTELS SIGHTSEEING
MULTI- LINGUAL TOUR DIRECTOR TIPS & TAXES
ACT QUICKLY! CALL 233-6221
ODYSSEY TRAVEL
8429 SW 132nd St., Miami 33156
PETITE JEWISH WIDOW
5 ft., 108 lbs.
fomily obligations Has many
t languages, etc.; Yoga
th. Stebs correspondence with
teisful business or professional
in the fifties, average height,
likts traveling, dancing, con-
ation ond companionship, with
ntion matrimony. Write P. J. W.,
2973, Miami. Flo. 33101.
'Rubinst^S?
^CT blu
**
SO GOOD
IT'S WRAPPED
IN GOLD
The Good Life
Late Show Nosh and Maxwell House

The movie may be only so-so. But that's all
right so long as the nosh is tasty and
abundant. And the coffee in the cup tastes
great That's mellow Maxwell House, of
course, the favorite coffee for over
half a century. Why not have a cheering cup
right now? INSTANT OR REGULAR.
'(J flood to
tie last drop
M**wo.i Ho-se ii i <*i MenM intunmtt ol So e m Foods Ce-po-r on.


?aqe S-B
rjenisl fkridtian
Jj^y. lune 18. .,
Miami Hflnnptiin^s Lehrman Day School Students Graduate From Sixth Grade
xTJ.IIII iJ-Cippt^Iltll^^ t of tr sixth glide I and pwm their tabltohrt **
* m ~. .. i i-....... Ill .1 m .In.lir.. Kr.-a.Ti.U- V f.iil.
< kaeaM W. >*:%rp. preaMent <>f
. :!.ii\n Path OSSM I.-r> siiicv
9G1, and a !- Id "i "i Miami
-.or tlv past 10 yi 11-. a M i'li"-' '
head thi S atthern Cemetery
Association dui raj t li t gnowp'a
onventjpn t Atlanta, Ga. The
t.*t ti uh ttlob vsorki close-
t i---' iatton.
-
Seoater Kean; Mirr a'Htd a-
iv- |. aaed during the
Ti arsaiaa ->i tii. Florida teg*
ire i- t ificctji the doth -
I -. Ith sorvicoj kn >ur
. i; I ii. ran itats ><
Fee Tin I s p >"
I ) 'M \ I : i-Ml ll 2
VVaj 'l' open
l ll (Ml
I | .. int) l>> p irt-
I r :. H iii i ''
v. a A 11 :> -.11111-

1lM. 1 tO I B
: -.nl-.l V HSOO S\\ 8til
in -.- .i to be
.I Mas)
I mil Jth 1 Ul I
r ol the N it tonal
I nptoyoa ,
> \.,i in...i Hill w ill gh
l i. re nl I
. : mil i. i
.- I p.n Sun- j
.n .1 i Wa
nandj l'
i Son
Bnyh i tional pol I
- in .im '.-ii thai
Mayor David T. k. mi. i\
n ,tion ol Hi
for FlM
i- Florida eom-
S i. Bayh'i
t-ii ate'a po-
!-
i 14,
;-

Installed si s recent dinner
meeting <>i the Dad Count)
: \ Asm a i ii' Mlaa Shii Icj
Straitfeld, Miami Public Library.
lent; Slater Maria Marth i
Kanrv I 0 I'. Barry O '
Library, vie* president: Mrs. Ruth
repedino, Miami Piil>lic Librarj
secretary, and David F. Covert,
Mi.i- Beach Public LHm j
trcsui -r.
An man MtataeJ J. Psdasrk,
on ol Mr. and .Mr*. Phillip Pol-
lack. 5841 SW MthCt haa urad-
uati ii Irani the b ehi ii si ti ain-
oura "i UJS VIi F
communicaitona ipecialista at
Sboppard AFB, Ti \ Ail U
Polk*-k. h" it Untied South-
was) U aai Senior lli^h School
,-iikI Miiimi-i>.i.Ii Junior College,
I to "i -rate teletypi unit-
. i ouiproi nl used ii trs aroi Id-
u uii Ail Foj ci i ommunk a) i >na
m. ami is l> U
,-in An Foro R serve unit it
Homestead An Foro I'
\ i flight nl it"- alxth gra '
;i.uii.,i'ii n exercises held b) Tan*
pie I man i-ETa Lehrman Day
School in the Frledland Ballroom
tost u,-,-k eras' the special prsaaa
tation by the Ctna ->i 19T1 -
iiiU'il lliiis . i nne ami prepared by Tattle
Levin, dramatic director. muslcaU
,, ; i Shmud Fi rahko ami
Myer Sllverman educational t-
r, itir.
I Jr. liMtiu
I, .ul. i- nt thi
Lehrman, spiritual
t. mpie, addreaaed
the graduataa and i>res.>nt.-d their
Judge Kn ili i ik N
| Karad, chairman aj aha Ituarii of
I Education, prmidsd at Uaa oen
monies, and apedal preaentatioti
vaa made to Diane Elian, tii-
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
, liiH'imauL avho a* ValadaatorJan
i nl ln-r i lass.
Th.- largcs: ronscrvatiw Day
School m the Flow Hi sail ragdon of
th.- United States, Lehrrnaa Das
Si hool is aftiliati-l with the Solo
m. n Schechtei Day Schoola of th
lt< i Synagogue of America. Fa-



"THE
RAVIOLI
SMILE
REAL
ITALIAN
TAAM.
s v.ho: gets the smiles
vou serve Chef Boy-
(' Dee*Ch.H.-se Ravioli.Kids
Punk it's r irtv'xid. So what
i Ravioli? Well, it's like
\ rap ach tasty little maca-
i pies v.ith z'ppy cheese
ie miJdie. Then sim-
i Ad in thick tomato and
cneesa i M-m-in it's a
i -layeh1 Only about 20*
per larving.
Spaghetti Dinner Planned
v., ng 1st a. i'- National >
i i.v ; Synagogue Youth i> apon-
v, i i ,i, ; 11 iliiiin i In tl'
t. inpi. 'a i.i. hall at '" !'">
la; \ -I- ski i si i slarli on
s i.-t .i u i v uill also I*- pi- -
- titi 'I
Sra-on"- ImIsI Meeting
.i.i No 1388, B*nai
!:'i ii W'omei ill hold the last
ol tin l p.m.
Wedm tdaj in tr* 100 Lim oln Rd
("lull KiHun it haa been am
achieving
Hcbrai. i
S.-|it.-riii- r.
1 JJ* HB|cta
iludi.l 11
I.i. In ,
Moil |
.,.. Neil i J
R IVrl
Bi I.- r. Sat
Raq
ANN'S CORSET COVE
IFram Flafkoth Broklyn NY
All leading Brands Corset and Lingerie
Export Fitter Extensive Alternations
Specializing In After breast Surgery
SKYIAKE MALL
1760 Miami Garden Dr., No Miami Beach
Telephone 9470522

Kraflco Corporati
. M It'll go far.
And that's a cold,soft fact,


priday. June 18. 1971
Jk w ii*,t Mi uadikTin
Page 7-3
SOCIAL BRIEFS
bv Isabel Grove
as too much of ,i ;o id thing! Ruth
Brotmnn now has ihnv keya to
\,l.i and Br-rt Sher have lot*
boul which t<> be baspy and
hankful. I-ie In March they mo- (he CWy 'of ftlarfil BcWch. The
I | through Luxembourg. Hoi- latest oro u is presented In A
(he Rhlneland and Switzer- oi this yeai bj Mayor Jay Di
I iccompanied by Helen and for her "cultural and musical
Spingarn. Among high-]
in- oi tho tr.p wai Helen and
I visit to Bchooii they had
lc | n K-.inkfurt more than
j t l.-r. and Charlie's mira-
finding of his father's grave
0vei grown part ol an old
> ni Frankfurt where h.'
en buried In 1926. Charlie
tributions to the city for
than 30 years President of thi
Society for Young Pei fo
Miss Brotmnn received her first
key when sh inded the Mian
and Arts League in 1951.
rhi sccon I key awarded hen
she was one of the crusaders for
thi' charters of tin- Miami Be i
h | come to the United States in Symphonj Orchestra. She i
i ,;t had ni ver return* until now.
\ \ .iic in Israel on April 7th
lughtt r-in-law S ira
and son Ken (Hanan in
row i presented them with I
[ grandson Yaacov. horn A|
| |:30 m Ere the r
I S
ill Bril Mila In J< i u il
... h< re Ken s on the i I I
: tiv Jerusalem Post
ts\ di s ol Pas* ivi w is at-
i d bj : sister S
., 2, and I and
I
v
thi Spit in I
... \l ,.
I
It "
n
I l ."
i h '!. h I tat"d
. irly rotu I
I i-t. but
il son I>;- Arthur ind his
rife, i >- Phyll
to M.
York >t Monteflorc Hospil il.
implete their resideno -. at
..- m Memorial Hosp
; thi 5 no such thine
i founder-mombi r o! the Mus
Club ni America for retired mu-
ind mus
Biscayne Cancer League Installs A New
Slate at Twelfth Annual Donor Luncheon
Wi I. ii u Com Ih
linner
|iarty for Herb Login of Keyst >n<
i Or hand was wife Evelyn,
Boli and Muriel Russell, Dr. Nor-
man .1 i:i i .. Ann. E 1 and
Raj Galler, Stan and Joni T ite
and Bert and Beverly Haft The
i ill spend most
.! ii- si n nth in Aspen, I
in
: -' ye on Ml. Starwai i and
honv.
JOSEPH ZI/CKERM4N
Womelco Theatres
r3

iimi
is
-ftHDROKEDR
STRAIN

PATIOICARlYLE
RIUINGTON
PLACE
Lebediker Branch Vote
Reelects Entire Slate
Son i men |i tii i


i
> i


pn on
. I., on i.
financial en tarj Jacob f
and Hannah Yesn< r, n
ing s< en laiies; L on April and
Lola M< rung, hospitalers, and Ida
Ret tig social secretary.
now
running
lii.rbiini's Engagement
To Sy J. Frankfurt
Announced By lllfius
Dr. in : Mrs. Morns H. Blau ol
announce the en-
t.i of their daughter, Bar-
bara Karen to Sy J Frankfurt ol
Jamaii a Est ites, N Y.
The futtu e I rld< graduated from
Stephens College and Easteri
i m L'nivei sity, whei e she
\ She is
her M F.A
1 |y of
i

: \

: .
':
' C
. |
Mvtfi Incoming President
Of Health Planning Council
When the Health Planning
ICouncil, which is consolidating its
staff pi'sonnel in new quart* rs it
3000 Biscayne Blvd., Suite 312,
held its third annual meeting and
health planning seminar recently,
tin' 226 persons attending elected
the follow ing officers to sen
with Incoming president Stanley
i' Myers I >r a ......-y ar term:
Winston Wynne, president-elect
harles Topn illi sei n lary.
Mi, I: lei Shot isurer.
Dr. \
nte I.
N'a-
! Jl
.,:
i
Wh ;: i C .ni-i r l t
i| M a h I its .ir.mi il donor
luncheon al the Doral Beach Hotel
recently, the invocation was
Miss I ore Sti vens, and Mrs.
Morton Laufer, donor secret try,
nyd AMC members and
guests.
Mrs Mar\*in Haven, founding i
president, spelled out "Happiness
is AMC" as she installed the offi-
cers and executive board. High-
light of tin- awards program was
i ol Mrs, Rudy Rindom,
president, as "Woman of Distinc-
tion" I $2.0 0 she r tised in
i i year |>criod. Mrs. Ben Stein-
man, luncheon cochairman, pre-
sented AMC pins and jewels.
Entertainment for the afternoon .
w .is by members who '
ited i skit, "Happiness is.
. .." w i ii ten and directed by
Mi s Ira G ildbach, lunch on co-
cha nan, with accompaniment by
drummer E ic Solomon and Mi-
chael Scheck at the piano. Hus-
bands of V igue members who also
parttcipati I included Morton Lau-
fer, Dr. Ii i Goldbach and Hen
Stcinn
Tlie Ii i on has gent 835,0 0 i i
the hospital in Denver this yet
Mrs. [da Mi ler, a league pn sidei
is now serving .is president of tl>
Dadc Countj Auxili irles, and Mm
Jerry L adi r, also a ,..i-t prcsidei
is a nal ional ice pi esident.
Pn sidi nt- of local chapters w I
wen among '-nests at the lunch-
eon were Mrs. Sheila Lnvran'.
Flamingo; Mrs. Belle Rubenatei .
Tropical; Mrs. Lil Monash, Cora
Mrs. Ruth Mitchi II, Greater Mi-
ami; Mrs. Bal let Thorpe, nation
parliamentarian; Mrs. Mollic H<
abor and Mrs. Leil i Meyers, cou -
cil of: ci ~.
Voice-Music Clinic
Prof. Marcnoein-Marbinj will
be holding voice and music clinics
from 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesdays and
Thursdays in Room 127 of the Ida
M. Fisher Community School, 1424
Drexel Am-.. Miami Beach, it has
bo n announced. Brt ath contn
voice projection, choral practtt
sight reading and dramatic inti
pn t.ilion will be the main Itei -
on ':: agenda.
'ii -j
Members of the Biscayne Cancer League of Miami who
were in charge of the leaque's 12th annual donor luncheon
included (from left to right) Mts. Ira Goldbach, Luncheon co-
chairman. Mrs. Morton Laufer. donor secretary and chair-
man of the day, Mrs. Andy Rindom, league president, anc
Mts. Ben Steinman, luncheon cochairman.
grove
group
gallery
.. presenting
participating artists
in individual rooms'
CANTOR
Well known, semi-retired good
apppcrance, excellent davn^r, avail
able lor High Holy Days, Friday
night and Saturday services as well
as all other holidays. Best refer-
ences. Will travel. 6720801.
meredith miller btlrreJd
heten'-white waiter baldwin
raymond hugh dumont, sculptor .
' 13S0inary strest. torner of florida avenue
naar the country- store
1&30-5.30tues. thru sat.. 7 9:30 frtday evefling
445-8249
RACING
NIGHTLY
P2^
2233 B^ra
Montand
Signoret.
w
The
GP
ii
Confession
; Gavras
Post lime: 1:30pm.
CO
race course
Admission $1 GrandstJnd.
\3 Clubhouse
210th St t27thAve NW.
Miami FM
Brewed 523 4324/ 0de625-13U
1KP.M.,Mon.,Wtd^&Sat.
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WHAT IS ART?
Tribute To The World's Greatest Artist- Pablo Picasso
PICASSO LITHOGRAPHS. Fernand Mourlot
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PICASSO'S IRON WALL"
by He'le'ne Parmelin
Respectfully presented by Camhi Galleries. 1702 Kane Concourse. Bay Harbor Islands, Miami. Florida
Th# artist never submits to 1-:$ material; he male*
ine instrument of his will. Prehistoric man fec-
-g the wall of his cave. Goya or Daumier their
ii'hcgraphic stones. Durer his copperplate,
\Schaelangelo the ceiling of the Sistine ChapeT,
Cegas his linocut:,, Matisse his collages, and the
o any other great artists, have been involved in
the same eternal quest. The material is the
slave, not the mes'er who imposes his laws and
restrictions. The artist remains a prey to the one
irrational obsession that urges him ever on to
express what he and other men have seen, but
not with the same eyes, and to imbue it with the
magnetic power of thought He loads himself
with work which, by a cumulative process, con-
fers on him a greater liberty: that of possessing
an instrument, a tool, a way cf being, a craft so
?irely tempered that his hand lacks no skill. He
knows. He knows immediately, or perhaps he
takes a long time to know; but from the moment
that he knows this liberty, there remains for him
only the shadowy problem of the iron wall of
which Van Gogh spoke What is it to be an
artist? How con one achieve the desired result?
One has to pass through the invisible iron wall
that seems to stand between what one feels and
what one is capable of, How can one pass
hrough this barrier' To east oneself blindly
against it achieves no'hing To rny mind one has
*o undermine, to file away at the wall, gradual-
ly, patiently .' Nothing counts but this "invisi-
ble iron wall." What the artist wants to
achieve, what he decs achieve, the innovative or
he destructive effort And intimately linked with
his difficulty is the desire to fulfil oneself, by
producing from one's every being something
that has never before had existence The wall of
.on must be crossed and to this victory must at
times be added that o' forcing a material to sub-
-it, with the craftmans |oy in dominating and
.visting the ancient laws.
A characteristic of Picasso is o question all defmi-
ons Reality is not what we think it to be. Provid-
ed we do not stop < "'ere superficial appearanc-
es the value of his l.fe becomes multiplied ten-
fold. With his alert, ultra-sharp eve, his ever-
receptive mind, Picasso is not a magician.
He knows how to look Into the very depths of
people and of things A pitcher cast aside by a
Potter becomes for h,m the teats of a *he^*''
'eats that surpass in thc.r swollen, round abund-
ance those of all the ancient gooddesses of fertil-
ity. What unsuspecting palm tree produced the
'arge leaf whose central vein now forms the most
realistically spiny backbone for the she-goat und-
er its casing of plaster' The whole, cast in bronze,
becomes "The She-Goaf in all its verity. This is
not a gem*: it is the great quest for reelity. To
create his she-goat Picasso crossed the iron wall
a palm free branch in his hand.
Nowadays, when Fernand Mourlot speaks cf
Picasso the lithographer, he says. "He looked he
listened, he did the opposite of what he had
learnt end if worked.' The potters of Ramie
and Vallaurrs could say the same of the unexpect-
ed potter who descended upon them one fine
dey. "He did everything thet we told h.m not to
do," with the enamels, with glazes and if work-
ed. His engravers, the brothers Crommelynck,
could repeat the same tale of the engraver who,
with superb nonchalance, broke all the strict
rules of a difficult art. And. contrary to all ex-
pectations, it worked. But "it works", of course,
because Picasso thinks, learns, assimilates,
uses his hands experiments, acquires the neces-
rary skills and tries everything. Writing of Picas-
so's very first lithographs Sebarte's said- "We-
can see from the first series of his lithographs
that we know of, that whether using crayon or
ink he tried to understand the real n*,yr*f'
lithography." Picasso, who has tried every method
of transmitting a thought, is quite the opposite cf
?he happy-go-lucky, try-anything type who can
do anything with his hands, breaks all the rule*
and succeeds at the first attempt like the tyro
oambler with his beoinner's luck. And yet me
phrase "he can do anything he wants with his
hands" fits him like a glove. This is because he
has a great respect for me craft, an insatiable
curiosity about his material, and because !*><
vre to cross the iron wall requires all the possible
backing of technique that an artist can have in
order to say what he has to say in the most truth-
ful way.
The story of the bull Is an exceptional example of
this. H happened t Moudgf* work* rn 1945, Ir>
the old workshops in Rue de Chabrol. I was told
the story a few days ago by Jean Ce'lestin, whe
was working with Picasso at the time, and who
says of hini: "He has left his mark on me. Work-
ing with Picasso has added something special to
my life." And he adds: He has a feeling; he has,
how shall I put if, incredible talents ... he is
gifted, he is a painter." The story has two aspects;
that of Picasso at work and that of Picasso faced
by the iron wall, that Ce'lestin expresses admir-
ably. It must be admitted that at Mourlcts he was
awaited in the press shop with some scepticism.
How many painters pass and have passed through
the shop. The workmen would watch them at
work, (I am speaking of those who made their
own lithographs) and make their judgment. 'We
[ .- him a stone and, two minutes later he was
at work with crayon and brush. And there was
no stopping him. As lithographers we were
astounded by him. When you make a lithograph,
the s'one has been prepared, and if you have to
make a correction the stone has to be re-touched
. Right We run of 12 to 15 proofs for him and
return the stcne to him in good order. Then he
,'ics his second state.
On a stone like that, normally, when it has been
retouched twice, the original preparation becomes
sc-ewhat spoilt And he would scrape and
add mk and crayon and change everything! After
this sort of treatment the design generally becom-
es .ndecipherable and is destroyed. But, with
h,mi Each time il would turn out very well. Why?
That's a mystery ." Ce lestin says that Picasso is
"a real hard worker." "We used to leave at 8 at
r i-jht and he would be there at 8-30 in the morn-
ing Sometimes I would suggest that we should
call it a day ... He would look at the stone, light
up a Gaulcise and give me one. and then sve
were off again. Then at night at home he
would make a li'ho on transfer paper on his
hen stove and in the morning we would start
ga:n Henry Deschamps: "He would engrave
the stone with a scraper the stone would be
. ravaged But we were so fond of him
he could have gone 'icihr through the stone!"
i between times "we chatted and joked. But
Aork Had started it was total concentration."
' It was a real passion" says Mourlot And, w:th
.-iched air "At that time, of course, he did
many engravngs But this did not prevent him
from doing a lot of zincs for us as well ." He
adds "When the eld lithographers told him that
they usually put a mask over their mouths to pre-
vent saliva spattering in the stone, he would
gh and answer:
"the saliva makes a blank, and we can make use
e' it ."
The story of the bull should be heard in the huge
workshops, where the vats of ink shine, the
machines turn, posters are hung all about, the
workmen bustle at their work and the painters
pas', bv On the wall there is a poster for a Picas-
(hibMion at Avignon. Mourlct's voice softens:
"He is a frirnd and a man of extraordinary gcrt-
eroi'y. But he is not prepared to accept the
slightest retouching of his work. One dav a crack
Appeared in a small line. We put if right. After
hi? very first glance Picasso said: "I didn't do
that ." "Oh," he replied. "You should not have
done that." And he was right. Every little thing
is important. I' changes nothing, yet it changes
everything ." And this is how the story of the
bull ended:
"One day, said Ce'lestin, "He started work on
the famous bull. It was a superb, well-rounded
bull. I thought myself That that was that. But
not at all. A second state and a third state, still
well-rounded, followed And so it went on. But
the bull was no longer the same. It began to get
smaller and to lose weight ." That same day
Deschamps told me that Picasso "was taking away
rather than adding to his composition He was
carving away slices of his bull at the same time.
And after each change we pulled a proof. He
could see that we were puzzled. He made a
joke, he went on working, and then he produc-
ed another bull. And each time less and less of
the bull remained. He used to look at me and
laugh, "look Henri," he would say, "we ought to
give this bit to the butcher. The housewife could
sav: I want that piece, or this one ." In the end,
the bull's head was like that of an ant." And to
conclude the storv of the bull Ce'lestin said: "At
the last proof there remained only a few lines. I
had watched him at work, reducing, always re-
I still remembered the first bull and I said to my-
self: What I don't understand rs that he has end-
ed up where really he should have started! But
he, Picasso, was seeking his own bull. And to
achieve his one line bull he had gone in succes-
sive stages through all the other bulls And when
you look at that line you cannot imagine how
much work it had involved "There are
camtings in which there seems to be nothing,
< .vhich contain everything, said Corot. And
th progression to the bull is typical of this. Each
state has its meaning and each of these mean-
ings leads towards another form of truth What
remains carries all the range of thought we im-
ply when we say the word "bull." And this is
also one of the strengths of lithography, of en-
graving of linocut. In each of these art forms
there are clear cut "states." The stages are
e'early defined. They are all there be-
'ore one's eyes. For the onlooker it is a rare ex-
rfticncc which only books of lithographs or en-
gravings can give. We sec lines move, marks
come and go, changes everywhere We fellow the
line of thought, we understand everything, we
understand nothing We see the many faces of
reality eliminated or multiplied tenfold We feel
he churning of thought and something of the
reality of painting comes through to us. We feel
that we are sharing in the painters adventure.
We can reflect upon the heights and depths of
creation ..,
On one occasion Picasso took part in some film-
making. Or, more exactly, Picasso s painting took
n actors part in the film "le Mystere Picasso."
In this film one could see part of the reality of
the metamorphosis of a canvas into a painting.
But there are no 'states' in painting and each
rage is superimposed on the next. The painter
is carried forward with nothing to refer to and
with no possibility of going back.
The artist is carried forward by his canvas and by
himself and the canvas forms an implacable
who'e in which one "state' is inseparable from
the next. Perhaps this is why painting is the art-
St's most redoubtable and most complete form
cf expression Lithography calls for the same ex-
penditure of creative energy, and involves the
same tension. But, like engraving or ceramics, it
includes also a certain aspect of craftsmanship
which conditions the artist, like painting it is an
adventure One can spoil a lithograph just as one
can spoil a canvas. But there is no other resem-
blance, (lithography is a process, painting is
not). And yet, said Deschamps. "We never liked
shewing him the first proof very much. He would
ccmc and sit on the frame of the hand press And
en days when he felt that what he had done
had been a failure, he seemed almost to look
paler ."
The fact is that all that can be said about the tech-
niques involved does not really conut. These are
mere details. Whatever the creative tool
,'*ed may be, the iron wall is everywhere the
.arv. Picasso the lithographer is still just Picasso.
In a given period everything that sees the light
of dav is akin, whether on canvas, paper, stone,
lino, zinc or in plaster or I asked PieaSSO what difference there was for
him between lithography, linocut and engraving.
He replied that, of course, they were not at all
the same. The graving tool The strips of lino
that arc cut awav {speaking erf the lithograp-
hic crayon he said "It is soft"). But what one is
searching for in all of them, that is always the
same thing.
Yet the famous blacks and whites of lithographs
(as in those of engravings) have a special soul of
their own. All the different types of blacks form
one range of colours, the whites another. Blacks
on whites or whites on blacks, the lines are made
with a material that resembles nothing else. The
glow of the whites is soft or flashing. The greys
are so varied that they seem to contain within
them all the colours in the world. Yes, there is a
whole world in lithography in which the colours
. -- unlike any other colours, and to which the
posters add a dazzling tone of life, gaiety, fant-
asy and inventiveness. Meanwhile Picasso still
faces the iron wall of creation. He goes on
searching as if he were himself the consecutive
"states" of one of his lithographs. The work in-
creases and the search intensifies with its proofs
both on paper and of the soul. Herein lies all the
mad folly end the great rationality of the crea-
tive act.
Reproduced in whole with permisaien from:
Boston Book and Art Publisher
55 Boylten Street, Boston, Mast. 02116


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ADL Cosponsoriii" Ten-Day Institute 1224 show Emrfai
Teacht>r> ol religion and philits
hj from and universities Cttris-
U1 scrninan<>. and public m-11-
utiona >( hiciw teaming, m 19
ist.-rn. .southern and ccnti il
tea, an attending the Vander-
hi|| Gradu u- lavtitute on Jnd-aism.
i the VanderbUl i i\ initj Se
Nashs ill*-. TVnn.
Tht ten-day seminar, part ol i
.: ecumenical prog rani under*
ikcn by the Ant:-lVfamiton
T IMgiif of B*nai H nth. is iponjor-
d jointly by the League ant
nderbilt It continues through
Vi i: >.! iv
The aim of the Institute i to
in the study of Jewish litera-
ture, phHouophs and theology, with
i. view that integrated Jud
tudiea will tvip dispel ago-old
i ludMcea md tt tin-
it ind ai tnd e i
i een Christians and Ji a i
Hi iding the seminan are
Silberman, chairman of
Department of Religious St lies
it VanderbUl University; Or N
Samuelson, director of the
KUiel FoundatkMi it Princeton
Diversity, and l>r Salomon S
Hernarda, director of ADL'a de-
irtmenl of interreligious co-
tperatioa
Guest lecturers aill include Di
nes Crenehaw, Pi tfeaaor of
>W Testament studies and Dr.
riaf ns Tesselle. p of
church history, .it Vanderhilt; Di
Randall Falk. spiritual leader of
The Temple. Rabbi Zahnan Pbener,
>>t the I ition Sherith I-
ra i .n l R ibbl As Fellner. of th"
Wtoat End Synagogue, all ia N i
There are a total >>t 1394 i
it: the 4">th All Bi Show
rbediei* i Trials i Ins I* Id
in I >ii'n. i Kej Auditoi lum Sun-
I a m. to 11 |>m I.
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rs in i a< !>
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So. Fla. Enrollment
Drive Is Renewed
The John Elliott Blood Bank
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June 18. 1971
*Jcnisii Fkrirjicir
Pag* 13-B
,y^__^WfW*"W""V*1** f\> ""WWW
^a/i AfifyuaJt
PATBICIA OHBOG
.,. vi ning lervioea at Beth '
'ongregation n June 18
the Bat Mitrvah t>t,
, m Dr and Mra Alan
will honor their daughter
Oneg Shabbal following f.v
. in the Fif111 ye
f Beth Toral H
is School .in i
. in. mbi r >! the c infir-
.,-. ol 1973.
ir
( i\lV VOVA
Lighter of Mr
! \ .. i
Mitzx
i:. th J
June 18

irlua t ii so
Harold Wolk I
I V
: mi .'i
: he '" SI
ind m itti
id it Bel
1 .
Kl \ IN TOI.WSKV
i h ol lv -. in Polan-
el rated
lurda) morning
ill negation
Mr. and Mrs Milton P I
the Bar Mitzvah ti in
clan .ii B 'th T< i
Wolk ReHgtotn School and
the confirmation class
and Mrs PoJanaky will host
[ lduh m their ion's honor
SCOTT VANS
' V.mn will iihsmr his liar
n on Saturday, June 19
ivuts .it Beth Torah
it ion.
Mr. and Mrs David]
ci ktbranl will be hon-
the Kiddush following the

|u rntering the confirmation
1973, Scott hi- been at-
Beth Toraii 's Harold Wolk
p 3 ihool for lour years
\l. \\ POLASKT
the son of Mr and Mrs
Polaaky of Miami Beach
a Bar Mitzvah it
\ iorn-
i
I i seventh gradi student
.- Junior High School
i photograph
b ii i \ icn there w ill be
t i at Temple M
ptlon and dinner t> r or
I-'. will be held at the Al
lay evening
PAUL OELTZEB
lay, the son ol Mi
G Itiei 7851 SW
ill a lebrate his B
Ti mple Or Otom S it-
rning, June 13
i seventh grader at We1
Junloi H Ii 5c
and li i- been a men
.:> Baseball md Foot-
for four > irs Hi
c intinue his Hebrew
i High Schoi
I In the foil
it Ten ole Oi Olon
" ieltzer will host
I'riii i> '.enine
S it irdaj
ception ind I

'runs;
the honored lueatj '
irandoarents Mi
Phil md Mrs i 'i
vis i ittendlnc will be Mi
i; !..
...
PI | .,|. inn i M
: Said ind
.
rrbuach I
d.
['" ODORC OOLOH Mil N
I Martii
ih
it
' \ morn
Oi Olom
a seven I
" the B Honor Roll al Riviera
Junioi High School, where he plays
trumpel In the hind The TMHAi
Wiich he is ., rtftnbei I
won first place last yi ar in basket-
ball and touch football competi-
tions
Mr and Mrs Goldhagen will
host the i >neg Shabbal Fri lay
rig, the Kiddush follow the
n in The-
don nor S iturd ij i
Among the h i. ts will
reat-aunl
I;..., Gol if M n. Italy, and
: ml M
Lewin of N
KI snki li VOGEL
' will lx
i. al

Junior H
ti
Mi '.[ V "., I I -
illov. ing thi
I also bi i
the Dora I
Kennel \ the
: tests will
i ithi r Mrs Nettj S
hei I. >uis Vogi I.
KM II Mil) li \H\
Richard Saul Hahn will become
Bai M /..ih it Temple Judi a il
Cora Gables on Saturday. June
19
Richard ti. son of Mr and Mrs
Milton Hahn. is an eighth grader
at West Miami Junior Hi^h
School and a member ol Bo>
Scout Troop No ,;-i A sports en-
thusiast who belongs to a baseball
. Richard is a\ live in foot-
ball and sailing. He will continue
his religious education through
confirmation
Here to help him celebrate will
be his grandmothers, Mrs S. D
Semenow ind Mrs Jonas Guggen-
heim, from Pittsburgh, Pa., and
other friends ind relatives from
Pittsburgh and Philadelphia
'-
DAVID SEGAL
David Norman, the son ol Mr
and Mrs Harold Segal, will be-
en Mitzvah on Saturdaj
19 .i Templi Emanu-El
li,. i itti nds the Temple
Kmai Rel no is School an 1
has just ted the -
N tutilus Junior High
Hi iw Is Aith the scho il
tudi nt.
i t m ill be hon n e I
Kiddush in thi Mural Roo n
d( the temple immediately follow
the worship si i vice J ic >b
F .1 Da\ id's grandfather will
ut
Ml il \H. BROOKS
Mic't icl .1 iv the son of Mr and
\i- Philip Brooks will become
;. mple Emanu-El
- rdaj J ini l"
v. -hai I i student at Temple
. 1 R ligious Si boo
pleted the seventh grad
,i n I mior High Sch ">l
He is i member of the Normand\
ill Club ind i'la Opti
tball
The i will i-
;,t a Kid lush in Sirkin Hall Imme-
diatel) foil twin
1
Mi l>>' id Bi

dll share in th'
ities

THOMAS BEER
worship serv-
Beth 1
j ; |9 will n< I lb

. si
. io h u
, the sew nth
Hebn w AcanN Ireater Mi
ami.
1 i.i : : :
,i the Kiddush
Hall following

Poul Gletzer
Michael Brooks
Kenneth Vogel
Cindy Vova
Alan Polosky
foi the immediate family and out-
of-town guests at their home Sat-
urday night. His grandmother,
Mrs Sophie Smith ol M
w ill be among the honored

Happenings
Norton M. Segal, i nat i M
i ed president
n Ri i Ti;> Sedan Set \ .'' Inc.,
and American Sightseeing Tours.
two Florida subsidiaries of di-
: i Ireyhound (!orp Segal,
43, has bei n active in the trans-
portation field for more than 20
years since his graduation from
th. University of Florida with a
ill gree in Accounting.
b

Sidae) Oruber, president ol
Walter E. Heller & Company of
Florida, has announced the com-
pany's 1971-72 grants under the
University Fellowship Program.
This \ear the University of Mi-
ami is being offered a grant for
an M H.\ candid ate in in Grad-
uate School of Business
UGAl NOTICE
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No 71-IISOT
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
I.IM'A SI SAN l>KAl.
Plaintiff,
v a.
.IKKI'KKH-; B DEAL
TI I Sp I J. Kern B Deal
MS'..
A s.in Krani
i ii hi., i ilia
i ,! JKKKEIttK li l >E \ I. .! here-
d .. BID ..r Complaint
(,., i in nroe ha en filed iiain
u .. utred l..... rvi .i
, ..j.\ : .ii- \ in \.. i ol I'll
of 'omplalnl ..ii Hi- Plain-
l'i Ml Ai'K. 1 "M
I i in. 17"" \ w 7iii s 11 -. i, Su a
inn, Miami, l-'l'i Ida 31125 o I. 191 I
.mil f:t- ih-- "i ifflnal An- i i "i
Pleading In Ihe oftli i .....'lerK
, lip eviurt < oi i.< i-.i-
i.i daj nt July, IOTI II >""
j;,il io do ao, ludgmi :ii bj defaull
mil i" taken agalnai you f"r ih-
i in ile Uiii Com
hall '" publlahed one*
..,. i, vv.. k for four nae- ullvi weekn
UK JKW ISM PI.OKIDIA.N
li. ink AM' OKDBHED al Miami
Florida, thin 16th daj of June v n
i: H i.KAriii:i:.\iA\ Clerk
i -,,. on Com t, Dadi count) Kloi Ida
B> \ A HEWETT
Ut) I 11 i k
[i reuit I'ourt Si I .....
,., u.LOCK Vtk OM A PATH
eal fth Street
sun, PI.....i.....'-' .........
... Plaintiff ^
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-2043
(ARTHUR VY. PRIMM)
h HE Emati .a
IA1.MEI 1......
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor" and All Pel Ha
\u.uii-t Bald
y,,u .. i, i.i. i.\ n tlfled .. n.i 11
quired ;....,! \ i-laimi
.. i,i. h >"" ma) haw aaainni
ol JAIME C 1.1''"
...... Unli I
:,. Hi. UI I) .In If. ol I '......UI
: ii IUI
,n.i ni
lull li '
i .., m CnurthouKi I' 'di 'ount)
ttiihin la ilai monihn
,,, ., .;,,. riral publlon-
| !
,.... ,i mi iml Ih '"In. 'I"- '""i
I., \ I
Mil iu:i:i' BERNSTEIN
Ki,-i publ I thl i'"'''
Ith dan f Ma]
BEKNS1 I INa Mil 1 BH
erul '
SI
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Abe Holtz, (left) first vice president of the Corner Bank of
Miami Beach, receives a plaque in recognition of his service
and continued support for Latin businessmen in Miami from
Benjamin Fernandez, president of the National Economic
Development Association, and Dr. Antonio Machado, (right)
its regional vice president. NEDA is a private organiza-
tion funded by the government for the purpose of giving
financial aid and advice to businessmen from minority
gioups.
Nuir International, Inc., Awarded
Traffic Control System Contract
Is the United States losing Its
lead m the world exporting mar-
ki i
John A. Ruftlev. president ol
Nuir International, Inc., a wholly-
owned subsidiary <>i Pershing In- i
dustrics, Inc., says emphatically
"No!" and i" prove it, cites the
fad thai thej have recent Ij ei
aw at di d thi to design and
install a complete new ti.ni
'rid system for the city of Guaya-
quil. Ecuador.
('ompetltive bids c ime from in-
ternational trader- m Germany,
; n, Holland as well as tin
United States
Mi Rnffley, a member of thi
ety <>f Ini
Executives, feels that Internationa
tradi In the Southi astern part
ol the United States should not
onlj practice u md relationships in
business but continue this
tionsh "' soc ill) imon
and South American countries
This is iss-ntial in keeping the
United States first in internatl mal
\ "S
Nuir International, Inc.. win
ner of the Presidential "E" Award
!"! Exccllenci in l-:\rx>rt. has al
ways practiced 'his theory am!
ha- In come one of the leading in
ternational traders m the South
iti : n United States
The Central and South Amei'
can people feel that Miami anil
South Florida is a perfect place
to look for the products they need
is well ns a good social atmon
phere One area that could u
Improved, Mi Ruftley stated, i-
ci .di! ippi i\ al to the interna
tional traders li should be faster
su that there would he no delay ii
. cts
onal trader shoulu
mderstand completely the cost
lion in various markets ai i
ki idvantage of the advanoi
il know-how obtainable ii
ihi United States Nuir Intemii
Inc has put together a it i I
ii extremely qualified business
men and engineers expressly foi
th dai "' Mi Ruffley said.

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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
IN CHANCERY. NO 71-11S27
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
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F-LORIOA IN PROBATE
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No 71-109*?
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
No. 71-101S*
NOTICE OF PETITION
TO QUALIFY TRUSTEES
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NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUOICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No 71 9B.-J
Si IT FOR DIVORCE
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Obituaries
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No 70-1M*?
AMENDED
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
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No. 71-1175 iPrimm)
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Lite ,,f lmde i i, Florida, t.. the
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file the same In duidi.-nle and n iir"-
M.ie.i in Bortlon mi ii; Florida stai-
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(oartknuae In Dad* fnunlv. Florida.
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Dated at Miami. Fl-'iida. thia ttk
day of M:.v AD !-71
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NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUOICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY CIVIL ACTION
N* 71.4->11
Si'.-r rOW DIVORCE
I.FV1 1. SMITH.
Plaintiff,
< VTUKFUNi: SMITH.
TO vTiir.iiiNi: smith
RESIDF.Vi'K I'VKM 'WV
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for n
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PlalntlfPa :i.i.....,. FIOEDMAN
AND I Il'i-i IN 171. s VV Mr,
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file th* orl(inal An*er .-r l>leadlnr '
th. offl.. of ih* Clark f lh< > u
<"--on on or I
Tun.. I 71 If ^.u fall i>
mem li .lef.iuli will } row for Ihi relief ,1 n
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NOVICE
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VIN PROBATE
,0 70-635
(TENTION TO MA
FOR DISTRIBUTI
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Mo 71-10519
FOR OIVORCE
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Kami ., Kroop, ISP
! Miami Beach, Florida
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KRAI 'HERMAN, Clerk
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5UNTY JUDGE'S COURT
.FOR OADE COUNTY,
IDAIN PROBATE
No 71-1210
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 711C648
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
AORIAN \ A "K. ;: ,.\
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I'.' Alnaley Huililini;
M nml, Florida .W.;
Aiii.ni. >. I,,, Plaintiff
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREH\ tllVEN
the underalirned, dealrlnit in .
In bu;in und.r tin i.. s name
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IN THE LOLNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 71.2140
FRANK B DOWLINC
Kainli
HELEN M FRANK
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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You ire hereby notlfli
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if I md County, Florida. I i ',-uti-
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Mn< \ 1971
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY, NO 71.10065
SUIT FOR OIVORCE
JTAV.V MARIA Ol 'I" 'Y
Plaintiff,
l-.l.Al'i" GODOT,
m-r.-n.rini
To BI-jUHO (iodot
RESlnENCE INK'N'i '\v S
You. BLADIO OODOY an h.r.iiv
no'.....I th.it ,i BUI "( Complaint for
Divorce baa bean tiled axalnal you.
mid >i.u ar>- required to aerve a copy
of vnur Ant-ui-r or Pleadlfur to ih>-
lllll of Complaint on th" Plaintiff'*
attorney, EFRONSON I.ITM.W
III Alnuto) Huil'lltiK Miami, Flurldu
anil file th.- original Anawer or Plead-
Inr In th.- offlr.- of the Cl.-rk "f the
rinuit Courl i-i! or before Ihe Jnd
I du\ ol July 1971 If you fall to do *...
ju'lum.-nt by default will be taken
I BSainat you for Ihe r.-u.-i* demanded
i In th.- Hill of Complaint
This notice ."hall l- pulili>.he.l OIK '
each week for four conaet-utlve week*
In THE JEWISH Fl/>RII>!AN
DONE AXI> oKI'EKEH al Miami,
Florida. Uii S5th day of May A 1>
I'.'Tl
E B I.KATHKKMAN. Clerk,
Circuit Court. Hade County, Florldn
lly It M KTfWRE
11.-puty dark
i -i -uit Cottrt Seal)
RFROKBON A MTMAN
i: Aim-ley HulldliiK
M.-... Florida .,-,,...
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No 71.1*47
(PRIMM)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
'. RE Betate ol
vNIBOOIUM'N
i '
To AJI "", -ul '''
In* Claim- ui Dema U -' -s-'"'
.... i .
You an hen by notified and n
.iuir.-d to oreiwtil an) laim. and de-
li ma) i
I NNfE 'MRIVON I |te ol Pad.- C. unt> I
-.. (he Coui I) ludpn of 1
nd nil
,- provide.
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rrnM tin- ol ti Ural
. .i Mb i" '' oi Ida I I '
uu of Mai \ _..
.,- || IIORDON
A. Bxe "tor
I-imt ou!
the illth da- Mav. 1971. .
BIMEOEI-V IN ll Til -l I >IA>
Attonioya for Si.- utor
19 W V icli Sti
Miam, Fl.,... ,, .
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is IlEUEin on K.N thai
' I, dei iriiiK i" i Bane
n i-uMiii un.I, r the u.-til nami
"f RIVIERA DAY S> 'll'i"l.
'
lann -i Clerk
uli Cu

HXTIVBfol DAI
-v' 'I......IN .....\ i INC
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NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-10822
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
' MM 'i .l.|
Plaintiff.

NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
IB ll i| V J
ItlR to .
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-IV "- N .- ItESTA i u \ NT M v '.'
n h i:estai*ka> a-
MANNY s i-i.i -,.i: .
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a Klornlu ..i pom......
J' ISH KEI'HIN I -. i
for ipplk
M Avenue
Miami ib ... h, Florlila
n-i>-. ; I
CEIL RIKPOIJ,
I.ml.
IHI CEII Kisrull
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Y oil i K! 1. 1:1 s I 'i :. I. !
Dlvi ha* beei you,
.i i -;ulet .
-...,.- .
Hill Plaintiff*
attorn.) H HERNS.
cs .- -..: i It.l Miam
Ida ; ..
\tiKU r oi i-i. idlna
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUHt 1 JUuGr 5 COURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71.R74
rn RE I:
:n ui ai'
.1-. li
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All i'r. ilit.-r- mid All Panama Ha< -
I manda AmthDi I Baid
i: ii
You an bereb] notlfletl ami requir-
ed Ui pn i-m any i ktlnu and demiuidi
which you mn) havi amtinal Hi.
FRED I'-I.AI'. il.....-. .1 btU
it Dadi County, Florida, to the Coun-
ts -In.if- i lidi County, anil filt-
in.- ii, duplh at. -"I .i- pi ---.nl. I
Florldn Statutea, in
e County C' urthouae
in Ihtih \-iitmi s^\
-il.-n-i i- n. ihi -tin. of
ii... hereol .-r the
-.ime m III bi barn il
Hated
II \ I I'.i"!
IMIE lill I'-EE.T
\ n-
Fn pul.li. ulion of ibi -.,.-1, ,.,,
hi lltli day I Ju -
II il IIBIIT

Sil.-. On.
ul Ii.
B'li '. : .
In Clerk ol Uli i "II u 'in- on '-r
Hi. 1 .'tli da July r-
I lo 'l...... hull)...... .. .u
-ill bt taken nguhiM you for the
I ol Com-
Tin- notice ahall be publlahed onee I
-.uli week for four con utlve He.-k-
in Till: JEW ISM FUORU'IAN
DONE AND OR!>KREII -it Miami.
Florida, Ull* Uli clay ... .iUn.- A.D
1971
K B u:athi:hma\ Circuit Court, l>aiir Coui ty, Florida
lly I. 8NEEDEN
ll.-1'UU < ..
(firculi Coun s.-.iii
ItoliElCT .! VKVS
." I in. -.hi Rd .
Miami Reach, Fla.
Aitorn.-j for I'luintiff
'. ii-i--::. 7 :
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71.201b
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
!:. RE K late :
FRAN K ACKERMAN
11.. ...
To All Cred and -\ll Per* mi Hav-
int i < liar Del Hal 1
i.
You I re-
quln I ,.| ii. -
u may have
thi FRANK ACKERMAN
uti ol i ',oi i iunt), l-'loi -
Ida, to tl ,i i.. JudKi i
in dupli -
d in Section 1
I". Ploi their offices
in Ihe County ( lurthouee In Da-le
'^'"Uni 1 bin MX i ali ni.ir
: he firl
aublii *>i in- .- ,r:i i- :i
. bi bai d
Dan d al Mian I thi* l-t
la) ul -in- i AI' 197!
JOSEPH 8CHMIER
a Admluiatrator
l ii I publleatlon of this notice on
tin lit, da) of June, 1971.
.li 'SI.'I'II 8CHMIE1:
Attorney for Batata
Bo Lincoln Koad Miami bleach, Fla.
I 1-11-18 K
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 7'-;287
In III
\ !V I \ V IIBKKI-I'.Y
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
i i; .
..in- or ; mand .\i....:, i ...,..!
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vA lo ,. ui.iinls
u ma; ...... Inat the i
: VI IAN ItKltKI-KN. di
I lie ol I
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.
\ 111. d III Si-el i
i r!.. office* Ibi I '"in,'.y
-. in Dude Con I

linn ol ihe firal imblli
..in. -\ .it be t-
M iml, Floi -ii,
lum v I 1971
HAHIO BBIIKI El
\ i :\. culi r
nol......-.
Ihe Itll lUlli
KOMMEI HtMlERS. LORHEH
fl KHKNKM\V
\ -.on.. \ for Exi --ii lor
i Lincoln l: ad,
Mi .in Boai ii. Florida
n ii-18-i.- 7 :
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEKEB1 OIVEN that
Ihe un.l.-r- larnad, deairlna to encase
in bualnea* under the nctflloun name
f ANOKI/'H H.lR AND PACKAflE
STORE in N E Hih Street, Miami
Intend n-slaler aaid nami with the
- : the en-,-ui: Courl of Dade
'ount) 1"".... la
JAMES II XTEIEI.H and wifi
MARY 1' H TF1E1 [i
'-. --!. i lloth, Bheradxk a.
Heckeri
morn ii U>Pllcanl
''- s \\ -! Avei u
IB 7 2
NOTICE O^ CTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
C0UNTV CIVIL ACTION
No 71-10852
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
LERfYl AM VEER
Plaintiff,
va
Kl 'SA A.MAKER,
I' niiani
l' Jin.-. Kl >SA AMAK1 .
Route Hoi
I: -. rolli
Ri > \ AM VKKIt an herehj
d ih ii i mil of Complaint for
Invorci ., i.. n lied
and you are r.-ijui-. : .-.-v. ., cony
,ir An*wei or Pli hiIIiik to the
; Hill oi Complai it i p
atlorne |)l \v and JOHNStiN P \
11 I', Ilulkll \\ Flnsl-
. r Sir. et,
ill- tin \ -u er or pi ndina
: th' n| the fir-
- uu Coui n or hi ton Ibi 'th dm)
Jul) i''"l II i lo do so.
ludvmei i.v defnull --ill I
ill -u for ih.- relief di i
I lill ..- i'- mn
Thi I be pu once
each wi I u; i oni uiivi weokfi
I in THE JEWISH PI ORtlH V
l"'Ni: \M' 'RDERED ii Miami
Florida, Ihli 4:li day ol .Tun. A I'
If71
E I' i-V'" BH '.
Circuit Court I I
I'-- i' P ii .''i'.i AND
Deputy i lark
(Circuit --in Seal'
IiEVV iml .li ill VS. >N, P A
41 *> Klacayne BuUdinit
Miami Florida 13130
Attoi neya for Plaintiff
B I1-1K-SS T j
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-10500
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
SANDRA K CLAYTON,
Plaintiff,
v*
WILSON I'. CLAYTON,
I. f.-mlaiit
To HH.liiX II CLAYTON
Mil s Sherman, Denver, Colorado
Y.. WILSON 11 CLAYTON, are
hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce h.-i~ n.-.-n M.-.I
.mainst you. anil you :u- required
t- nerve .. cop; ol -our Answer or
Pleading; lo the Hill of Complaint on
the Plaintiff* attorn.-v. STONE &
SOSTl'HIN. 10] N \V I'.'th Avenue,
Miami, Floi Ida and fi!>- the
I .- < or Pleading In the of-
i. .- of the Clerk ol the Cm uit Court
on or before Ihe '.-Hi da) of July, 1971.
II you fail lo do --. jU'Ikmi. nt by -i- -
fault -ill be taken uKalimt >--u for the
rebel u. ma led thi Bill ol Com-
plain!
This ii.-i, shall be publlahed' on<-.
each --.h ii : u- i-oii*ecutivi waeka
in THE Jl-:\\ ISH F1AIKIDIAN
i"'\i AND ORDERED al Miami,
Florid day of June A D 1971,
i: l( I BATHERMAN Clerk,
1 lit Coui 'ou I
B) '' I. ALEXANDER
I nut) i i.-iK
(Circuit 'ou-1 Seal I
STONE .V BI LSTCHIN
'. 'i v \s uiii Axenue
Miami El, ii tlu o
1/4-11 :--r
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
riCE IS H BREBl Oil EN that
the underabrned, dei fink: to anitaitfl
,n buei'ie** under Ihe flctllloua name
JACK S l.II RMANN .. A8SOC-
P \ al ISO Lincoln Road,
Sulti -. ami 1-- -ii-.' El-" Ida 13139
- i nami with
Ihi fieri C ull art of
I .il. Coui ly, Florida
JA.'K s I IBUMANN, JU
I I Il-la-88
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71.11082
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
H'M.I.t A M A MTTI.i IFF,
Plaintiff.
MARTHA MARIE DPPTLOPP,
Defendant
Th MAKTHx MARIE I'ITTIjOFF,
3 VTanaque, V. Jer*ey "71'IS
You. MARTHA MARIE IHTTI "EE
,i, hereh) n--iifi..l that a Mill ol Com-
plaint for Divorce ha* been fili-.l
.1 -on lire re.iui.i ..
i i- of y.-ur Answer or Plead-
Idi to the lull "f Computlnl on the
Plaintiff* attorney, I I! MAYERS,
.lo|,| Mini,line Miami. Florida
, -,i file thi orla 11 Ini wer or
Kl, tdina In Ihe nffii of the Cl. rk
. the Circuit court "u or before the
Kith .I.i- of July I9C1 If you fall t"
.1,. v. luditment by default will he
taken Rfralnal vou for Ihe relief de-
led in tin H-ii of c, mnlalnt.
Tin- '.all be IHlblial .1 om
,^,, li for I ur Utlve links
,n THE JEWISH ci IHIIHAN
|m v i t\|l (IRIIERETI nl Miami.
thi* nth tl* I -In ia a I'
1971
V. B 'I' VTHEKM \ V I- rk
- '
r P '"I'll ANT)
urt Seal)
I i: MAYERS
I
I

NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKl.EHl IIIVEN thai
I un lerai|
H, K ol
HTINII I
FLORIDA I ECTKICA1. .. M'l h
Till VI. SI I'1' us al l !- '
. rfc of Ihi en. ult
i i.UI i-l .. ,
INDI STKIA1 KI'PPI.11 -
,,i ri.'Kinv
It- i;.i uu Wi Intrauh Pri uli
HARRIS a SIHKIN P v
Alton-. 81
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-10720
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
IAMBS R L'W'YKK. JR.,
Plaintiff
UII.HEE.MINA DWYER, a k. a
LINDA M IIWVKK,
Defendant
Ti: WII.HKLMINA IHVVKIIa,k/i
LINDA M DWYER
::-. S|,i,-er Koad
Weatpori, Connecticut 06H*n
You, XMI.HBEMINA I'WYWt. a/k/a
l l.vi'A m l'U yi:i:. are hereby notifi-
ed that a Kill Of Complaint for Hl-
, vorce haa l-en filed Mammal you.
.mil you arv required to aerve a 0093
---ut \-.--.-i or Pleading lo the
BUI of Complaint on the Plaintiff a
attorney, PAUL KWITNBY, siiaei:
STEIN, KWITNBY A KROOP, IM
I .no ..In Road, Mi.-mi Beach, Florida
and fii< tin original Anawer or Plead-
ing in Ihe office of the Clerk of Ihe
\iruit Court on or before tin- 14th
day of Jui- l*tl if you f-ni to do ao.
Judgment b> default will be taken
RKaTnal ---u for the relief demanded In
III, BUI of Complaint
Tin- notice ahall be publlahed once
each I ii- ecutlve weeks
in Tin: JEM ISH Fl 'KITH W
I iNK x M' iRDERED it Miami,
, i thia sm day of June a 11
I. M I -i: \tii BUM x \ Clerk,
i ii. uit Court, I i i, Fl rnla
B) I 8NI I DEN
1. rk
-
PAI I. K\x ITNEY
SILVERS KIN KM IT VI "i .- KRO< >P
i
Miami li. in h I
Ac. i m Cor PI notiff
1-23 7/1
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-10856
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
SYI.YAV1A SCTTON,
Plaintiff,
.
TIM'MAS SCTTl IN JR .
il* --.i
Tl' Mr Thomua Sutton, Jr.
."7 ErnI Avenue
Akron, i .In..
You. THOMAS SETT"\. JR., are
bareb) notified that a Mill of com-
plaint for Divorce haa been fileil
agalnal \.-u. and you are required to
nerve .- copy of your Answer or Eleaxl-
im: lo the Mill of Complaint on the
Plaintiffs attorney, ITNN ami
JOHNSON. P. A. 41C Blacayui Bond-
ing, !: Weal Flagler Street, Miami,
Florida i-i.-". an.I file the original
Anawer or Pleading In Ihe offiee of
the Clerk of Ihe Circuit Court on or
before the I'.'th 'lay of July. is71 If
-on fall lo 'lo so, Judgment by default
will Im- taken agalnal x-ou for th.-
r. li. i demanded In the Bill of Com-
plaint
This notice -ihall be published once
each week (or four consecutive week*
in THE JEWISH FIOIIIIMAN
------mg >vi- iippi'BFn .' Miami.
Florida, thia 11th day of Juno A.D.
1971.
E it LEATHERMAN Clerk,
Circuit Court. Dade Count- Florida
By C P Ci 'I'EI.AND
I nut- Clerk
(Circuit Courl s-
DEW and J' >H VS' >N, P A.
4H'. Blacay ne Building,
Miami, Florldn '
Attorn.-v* for Plaintiff
.; u-1
7/J
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ni 'TICI-; is HI -IV EN that
to engage
,i ler Hi- Hi 111 li n
HER I'EAl TV s \l 'V at i Ml
H Flaglel Street, Miami, Eiornia
.| n.,m. with the
- .. rk ol -i u. uu Court oi Dadi
--ic-i- Florida
INBS CASALL 88
.- l-ll-ll
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-2175
JOHN R BLANTON
In RE ISatati
MBl ER FH LNK
I.. .
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor! and All Person* H.,v-
Inc Claima D manda Agalnal Bald
You are hen n quir-
.1 t,, pn in- and demands

v EY ER FR \NK I
i -. .:. i iinty Florida, r
ol Dade I'
-d.-.l in Si ctlon rlda Statu-
iii theli in the County
i Yiurthousi nl- Florida,
within six calendar months from th.-
time ol the flrat publication hereof,
<>r th-- enme ill be barred
Italed al Mian I 27th
da) ol M i) A D
DAVID l FRANK
\ Rxecutoi
of thia noiic. on the
tlth il.,- .lum IVT1.
ST AM BY 81 Pli El'
attorney for Executor
I ..,,1. Fi dvral KiuMiug
Miami, i
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