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

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

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"Jewish Flondian
line 44 Number 35
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Miami, Florida Friday, Aug. 27, 1971
Price 20 c
As Inconsistent With Resolution 242
IcCloskey Raps Arab
ederation Statement

.. .
[aSHINGTON. D.C. (JTA)
It ate Department spokesman
in J McCloskey said Mon-
11 hat the new Arab Fedora-
unity statement was
illy as unfortunate as Min-
I>a van's statement." He
referring to Israel Defense
Dayan's remark last
fcsday that Israel should act
like a "permanent" or "estab-
lished' regime in the occupied
Arab territories, which has been
labelled "harmful" and "incon-
sistent" with United Nations Se-
curity Council Resolution 242 of
Now 22, 1967, the basis for Mid-
dle East negotiations.
On Friday the leader* of
News Briefs
feguards Used, Tekoah Tells Thant
l NITED NATIONS (JTA) Yosef Tekoah, Israel's ambassa-
Ito the United Nations, in a letter to Secretary General U Thant,
led that Israel's evacuation and transfer of Arab refugees in the
|a Strip has been undertaken with "all possible safeguards" to
>id undue hardship to inhabitants of the houses affected. No
tolition takes place unless alternative housing, of at least equal
board, is provided to the occupants of the house. In most instances
I new accommodations are of a higher standard," Tekoah noted.
evacuations and transfers are aimed to assure the security and
fare of the Gaza area and its inhabitants, he stated, noting that
Ipt and other Arab states have instigated and supported a cam-
kn of indiscriminate terror in the Gaza area and the main victims
|his campaign have been local Arab inhabitants. Since June 1967,
terror organizations have killed 219 Arab residents of the
area, including 51 women, 29 children and wounded 1,314 local
inhabitants, including 118 women and 239 children, Tekoah
: ted. "These acts are timed at spreading violence and insecur-
!amidst the local Arab population so as to prevent improvement
ts situation and to keep it in the condition of misery and con-
lion during Egyptian occupation," he declared.
ibin Predicts Suez Canal Reopening
CLEVELAND Israel's ambassador to the United
tes, Gen. Yitzhak Rabin, has predicted that "In the long run,
H't with the good offices of the United States will make
fei sstona and the Suez Canal will be reopened." Addressing the
annual national convention of Hadassah, the Women's Zionist
lanization of America. Rabin asserted that "Israel is making
by c.incessions by allowing Egypt to reopen the canal, run it
e the enormous revenues that it can earn from it, even
Igh a peace has not been attained. But," he declared, "Israel has
asked to make even more concessions and withdraw from the
ai. In exchange for this, Egypt will only offer a cease-fire for six
:'.." he notid, asking: "How can Israeli leaders ask their people
Support such an arrangement?" Rabin added, however, that "if
el continues to maintain its strength with the help of the United
and if the United States maintains its strong posture toward
Soviet Union, there can be a change toward peace, and perhaps
|hol.- peace in 10 or 15 years."
\y Type Of Housing For Aged Studied
PHILADELPHIA (JTA) A pioneering government-financed
te-year research project will be conducted by the Philadelphia
at ric Center to study the effect on aged people of a new type
ow-cost housing specifically designed for them, David H. Solms.
fcdent of the Center, a Federation of Jewish Agencies-United
nstituent, has announced. A $375,000 grant has been given
e Geriatric Center by the National Institute of Mental Health
' -t,:dy of Community Housing for the Elderly, the first project
kind. With financial backing from the U.S. Department of
and Urban Development, the Geriatric Center is convert-
iit low houses near its main buildings into low-rent efficiency
ts for elderly individuals or couples. The apartments will
1 this fall for rental to tenants aged 65 and over, selected
among applicants who have been living in unsatisfactory
mils tances.
tempt To Rebuild Synagogue Thwarted
:NEW YORK get Jewry reported that Jews in the city of Tashkent, Uzbekistan,
'"' 't Central Asia, are being prevented from rebuilding their
pogue, which was destroyed by an earthquake. Tashkent au-
aisist that the synagogue be built on the outskirts of the
The local Jewish community has appealed to Moscow for a
"Ke in the decision.
Egypt. Libya and Syria agreed
that "There will be no j-eace or
negotiation with the Zionist en-
emy, no yielding an inch of Arab
territory, no bargaining on the
Palestinian cause." The state-
ment echoed the hard-line Khar-
toum resolution adopted by Arab
states after the Six-Day War
four years ago.
McCloskey said of the new
Arab declaration: "They talk
about not negotiating with Is-
rael and not negotiating on the
Palestine question. In our view
that is inconsistent (with Reso-
lution 242). which the Egyptian
government as well as Ambas-
sador Gunnar V. Jarring (the
Mideast intermediary), told us
it accepts."
That resolution, McCloskey
continued, "calls for an agree-
ment between parties for a just
and lasting peace, and It is dif-
ficult to see how the parties can
move toward a peace settlement
in accord with the Security
Council resolution if they talk
about only what cannot be ac-
cepted." Therefore, he concluded:
"We hope both sides start think
Continued On Page 7-A
Arab Federation
Potential Threat
TEL AVIV (JTA) Israeli
experts who have studied the
statement on the signing of the
new Arab federation see it as a
potential threat to Israel since
French Mirage jetts could be
launched from Egyptian or Syr-
ian, as well as Libyan, airfields
under its united training-and-
operat ions command for deploy-
ment of the services and equip-
ment of any of the three part-
ners. Libya has a token unit at
the Suez Canal fronm. and Lib-
yan planes could be deployed
along the canal or from Syria,
they point out.
The future of the federation is
still unknown. For the time be-
ing, all three partners appear to
be cooperating, and the citizens
of Egypt. Libya and Syria arc
certain to approve the align-
ment Sept. 1. but each of the
three states is out to gain from
the grouping.
3-Way Clash Sparked
By Labor's Demands
JERUSALEM (JTA) A
three-way clash involving Is-
rael's Cabinet, Its Mapam mem-
bers and the Histadrut, was re-
ported developing over labor de-
mands for cost-of-living changes
in wage agreements to offset
the price rises stemming from
Israel's new economic policy.
Histadrut officials announced
Sunday that the federation was
supporting the government's de-
valuation of the pound and its
wage and price freeze and urged
all workers to avoid actions
likely to bring about changes in
present wage agreements. But
the federation coupled that ap-
peal with a demand that the
government roll back prices of
essential commodities which
spurted by more than 10r
to pre-devaluation levels. It ap-
pealed formally to the Cabinet
to rescind the price increases on
many basic foodstuffs.
Spokesmen for Mapam and
the Histadrut denounced the de-
valuation and its impact on Is-
raeli prices and wage standards.
Citing the arguments against
devaluation given last week by
Finance Minister Pinhas Sapir,
Mapam Deputy Dov Zakin de-
clared that those arguments are
still valid. The manner in which
the government has handled de-
valuation and its related con-
trols, he asserted, is undermin-
ing confidence in Israel curren-
cy and hitting the worker, thus
increasing the inequality be-
tween the income groups.
Leaders of Mapam announced
Continued' on Page 12-A
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Increased Buying Follows
Devaluation, But No Panic
JERUSALEM (JTA) Banks
throughout Israel were reopened
Monday for the first full day of
the devaluation of Israel's pound. -
Long lines were seen at the
banks but there appeared to be
no panic withdrawals, observers
reported.
Stepped-up buying continued
in stores selling imported prod-
ucts, applicanes and even such
staples as sugar and oil. Some
suggested that consumers were
continuing to buy (even though
posted prices on all products re-
fleeted the changes brought by
devaluation) because of fears of
further devaluation. Economic
experts said that the upsurge in
buying had been taken into ac-
count in the planning by Finance
Ministry officials for devaluation
and events stemming from it.
The special government com-
mittee on prices approved in-
creases in prices charged by the
two toji grades of hotels in Is-
rael. The effect will be that over-
seas tourists will pay in their
currency about the same
amounts as before devaluation
hut Israelis staying in those ho-
tels will pay more. Medium and
low-priced hotels have not been
allowed to increase their rates
but the government is trimming
the premium they had previously
1h-.ii given for every dollar they
turned over to the treasury.
New air fares were posted, ef-
fective at midnight last night.
People leaving Israel before mid-
night were allowed to go on their
prc-devaluation tickets without
paying the 20r'r difference but
those tearing alter midnight had
to pay it.
In Paris, travel agents told the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency that
though the devaluation measure
will most probably increase the
poti-ntiai number of tourists to
Israel "such an increase is not
practically feasible due to the
shortage of hotel accommoda-
tion." The travel agents said that
even before the devaluation they
were unable to satisfy all re-
quests and that the thousands of
European would-be tourists had
to be turned down due to a short-
age of hotel rooms.
A spokesman for one of the
largest travel agencies in Europe
said "luckily, the devaluation
was decreed towards the end of
the tourist season, otherwi.se we
would have to turn down an even
larger number of would-be visit-
ors.''
Nixon Pledge Attacked, Applauded
NEW YORK President
Nixon's surprise pledge of aid
to private and parochial schools,
which was made at a Knights of
Columbus dinner here, has been
both attacked and applauded by
Jewish groups.
Applauding the President's
statement were seven prominent
Conservative Jewish spokesmen,
including officials of the Rab-
binical Assembly and professors
of the Jewish Theological Sem-
inary cf America. Leaders of
the National Commission on
Law and Public Affairs and of
Agudath Israel also expressed
approval of Mr, Nixon's stand.
Will Maslow. executive direc-
tor of the American Jewish
Congress, criticized Mr. Nixon's
pledge, however, and called on
him to "uphold the Constitution
instead of promising prohibited
government aid to sectarian in-
stitutions.
"The primary and proper pur-
pose of parochial schools is to
propagate the faith," said Mr.
Maslow. "The government has
no obligation to assist in that
aim and is constitutionally pro-
hibit sd from doing so. Just as
we have called on the Jewish
community to provide adequate
support for Jewish day schools
without tainting their inde-
pendence or infringing on the
rights of others by seeking pub-
lic funds for religious education
so do we respectfully suggest
that the Catholic community
provide the support its parochial
schools require."
Philip E. Hoffman, president
of the American Jewish Com-
mittee, suggested that President
Nixon convene concerned na-
tional educational and religious
Continued en Pays 11-A


Page 2-A
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Friday, Aug. J^
New Day School Offers
Kindergarten, First Grade
A new Jewish day school will be I tit Bitensky. of Israel who^
established in Dade County under 1 teach in the Jewish D"*****"*
Uk- aegta of Temple Menorah. the, and Marjonc Beth O^talWIV*
Cn^,llft ta^e on Miami'uradu-uteo! the Scho.,1 ot _Eduoa.
Beach Robert L. Si,-el, consrre-' tion of the University of GW
rarioo president. ha announced, who will teach in the English
i Department.
In its first year, the M.-norah,
D.iv School will offer an all day | -The aim of the M. norah Daj
kinVewirten and first Grade School/' Rabbi AbramowU/s.ate.1.
JWV Elects Eight
South Floridians
During the receni ^ annual
convention of the '"{*J2J j
Veterans of the UAA. hi Minneap
. J. Minn.. eih Sou* Klondmns,
were elected to national offices!
and several imporurt resolutions
wen- passed. Peter Bluesten the
newry-elected Department oi Flor-
ida Commander, reports.
Fourth Region officers include
Jack Bei man of Hollywood. Com-
mander; Lou Tuck. Miami. Vice
Commander: Ed Keinelman of Mi-
Yeshiva University Entering WthKf
School." itd-.i,\b:amow,usi.u... -;,,,,. an;) Marviii
SJasaeTuLte qualified and license,- is to .m-v.dc -he ultimate in Jew-, am,, y. Mia^ ^
teachers both in the Hebrew and :sh studies and to uch:e\e a state j
General Studies Department. The of excellence in education, in Jew- ^ m. ^^ n,si(|),n, Maurice
emphasta of the new day school ish and Secu lor Department. I ^.^ National Adjuta.it, was
will be to transmit to the Jewish the young Jewish "nL ,.1(Cl,,(1 ,h,. Boanl of In-
obild an integrated program of school will accept children fi orn ui[.v. No,.,ori ,.,,,,, Nor,i, Miami
Judaic and secular studies in or-j members and "l"""""*"^"? aeaoh will oerve as National In
der to help him live in the dual temple. We are rnosl irratlfied ivitn ^
culture as an American cit'zen the response of the community so
with an appreciation lor his Jew- far. In the four weeks sine,- we
U heritage. announced the formation of the
school, mo it than 30 students
Classes will begin at 9 a.m. and n.,ve ajready been registered in
will continue through 3 p.m. with:Inc lwo grades announced for t!ii<
a noon time lunch provided by the year \-,.xt Vl. ,r we hope to opei
temple. The range of general stud- j seoonti nr,d third grade to com-
les in the secular department will pipte our foundation school.'
parallel the Dade County school
curriculum, while the Hebrew! The Menorah Day School will
ties will follow the patterns;open Monday, Aug. 30: registra-
set by the National Commission tions will be accepted throughout
on Jewish Education of the Unite.! the week, with Rabbi Abram wvita
Synagogue of America. interviewing parents of prospec-
Th.. Menorah Day School will be tin students to help plan for a
r the genera] supervision ol fully secular and Judaic studies
Rabbi Mayer AbrunowitSi spirit-1 program fo
unl lea ler of Temi le Menorah, and
Mrs, Rebecca M, Stern, past ohair-
of the Jewish Pre-School and
rten Teachers Ass cia-
lion of Dade County, who will di-
rect the general studies program
The faculty will consist ef tw
young licensed teachers, Mrs. Xu-,
Specialty Group Program
One of the innovations in this
yi at s youth program at Beth To-
cah Congregation will be the ea-
ihment m a Specialty Group
program, which will meet on a bi- j
monthly basis. Instruction in such I
thinps as Arts and Crafts, Photog- :
rapby, Dramatics and Modern and
Israeli Dancing will be offered.
each child.
Another North Miami
Beach resident, [rvin Steinberg,
will servo as Delegate at Large,
N.E.C., and Ainslee R. Ferdla of
Coral Gables as vice chairman of
N.K.l".
Delegates to the convention
heard addresses by Son. Hubert
H. Humphrey, Sell. Vance Ilaitke
and Gen. James Gavin, it was re-
ported, and in a reversal of the
JWV'S previous position, passed a
resolution calling upon President
Nixon to return all U.S. troops
from Vietnam by the end of this
year.
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lidcy. Aug. 27. 1971
*Jeni*t LCD. Registration Now
Tnder Way At Central 'Y'
lie owsery and kindergarten
Ml of the YM-YWHA o! Great-
Li.irui has a few opening! left
Ihi tall tana, according to Jack
unaOi president. The |>re-selxx>l
fci.ini'lor chihttvn S to ti years
conducted by the Early
l.liKiiHi Development Depart-
11 ... loth the Central X" 8500
Mb St.. and North County
^Ch fli 1G951 NK 4th Ave.
riervisor for the Central
'a--pry ami kindergarten is
Ted Weinstoek: the super-
Edi the North County Branch
[rs. K orris Weiner.
hi i-!us factor in the YM-
.A KirL>- Childhood IX-velop-
:>:vtram which runs from 9
! '- twit.Monday through
y ;' ih-.v.t-Ntcnded hours arc
tob:e"SrithJr Hvo or three days
ik. Xxtcnded hours are avail-
fo'i Monday. Wednesday or
|daj< for the child in the morn-
f.H'iy Childhood Development
pun The'child brings lunch
fWUvs'In the afternoon
mm until 2:30.
lildirn who are not enrolled in
ltonung program may parttcl-
Iin the extension program by
. ftev lunch ami staying
1 until 2:30 p.m.
- tor an enriched and ex-
liinderssirt'Mi curriculum for
I;:,.--t.-r an- now completed.
IMIion Sirkin. Dade Countv
t&n for the 'Y--; Early Ohild-
I">i \<0oprront prosrram re-
Trte YM-YWHA kindertrar-
tog'' is unique in the Earlv
lKd Dtvrtopment fi.-ld be-
i it providtai youngsters with a
|ve basis for learning, usin
>'Vf+w>mentHl nnpro-ieh. and
|opr*''tunities for individual-
Jroup activities and positive
fnces in Jewish livin?. Chil-
fjvr and learn in small groups
?r own ace guided by n pro-
rial ft.tff of-certified teachers
jjed in earlv childhood ediu i-
"said Mrs, Sirkin.
nent Program at the YMHA pre-
Idcs a definite sodal ami emo-
tional situation which broadens a
hild's outlook on life.- declares
Mrs Jay Brenner PTA chairman.
It ghres the youngsters a chance
to develop a close relationship with
an adult other than his parents or
relatives, in the classroom the boys
md gills develop skills in art and
music, and learn responsibility and
respect. Readiness for the primary
grades Is stressed in our kinder-
garten curriculum."
"The YMHA is proud ot its repu-
tation as a leader in the Early
Childhood Development field and
is recognized for setting standards
which others follow. We are also
particularly proud of our carefully
selected staff of teachers who are
certified and well versed in Early
Childhood Development Education,
recreation and social group work."
-aid Mr. Katzman.
The YM-YWHA ami is a beneficiary of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation and the
Urited Fund.
Temple Beth Moshe
Registration Open
Registration and re-registration
for the 1971-72 academic year is
now in progress at Temple Beth
Moshe, 13630 W. Dixie Hwy.. North
Miami. Parents are urged to regis-
ter their children earlv in the daily
nUEsery-kindergartan, afternoon re-
ig.ious school -and Sunday School.
Early registration will help the
BtsU to arrange classes that will
not clash with the children's extra-
curricular activities elsewhere.
Benjamin Udoff, educational di-
rector, will be available to answer
any questions regarding the pro-
gram and activities. The offflc is
open Monday through Friday f.nm
9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sundays from
9 a.m. to noon.
Rabbi Joseph \. Gorflnkel is
spiritual leader ot Temple Beth
Moshe.
Beacon Unit Luncheon
Beacon Unit of Pananicolaon
Cancer Research Institute will
hold its first luncheon meeting of
the season at Bud Dickey's Res-
taurant, .,ioi n. [ntcrama Blvd.,
North Miami Beach, Thursday.
Sept 2, at 11:30 a.m. Larry King
will he the luncheon speaker.
Paga 3-A
South Floridians Named By
American Friends Of H-U
At its recent board of directors
meeting. Henry Sonneborn III.
president of American Friends ot
the Hebrew University, announced
the following appointments to the
honorary boardl "Sidney1 D. Aiivin.
Samuel Friedland, Jack D. Gor-
dan. Dr. Philip Gotlieh, Mrs. Jen-
nie G.ossinger, Dr. Irvine Lehr-
man, Mrs. Cartlc Rosen, Mrs. Lil-
ll n Simonhoff an 1 Dr. Joseph
Wunsch. All the honorecs reside
in the Greater r.linrr>| area, exffpl
Dr. Wunsch, who lives ill Palm
Beach.
Also appoint d to tV board of
directors of tin- Amei^Oan Krien '<
of the Helvme I'nivrsitv were
Harry H. Frankd, R-bW Leon
Kronith, Harry a. Levy. Baron d>
BHrsch Meyer. Jack S. Poolck.
Jacob Rilkin. G. Harry Rothberg.
Mrs. Olda C. Rubin and Judge
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Friday, Aug. 27, 1971
Volume 44
6 ELUL 5731 |
Number 35 '
Ceasefire May Become Entrenched
Despite the usual violent rhetoric of Egypt's Sadat in
his most recent outburst to have his troops return to the
Sinai unless a political settlement was reached by the end
of the year, there are signs that the year-old cease-fire
in the Middle East will, in Abba Eban's words, become
"entrenched."
The one new feature that seems to have been intro-
duced in the always dangerous situation is that there is no
longer talk of just two possibilities war or peace. The
possibility is strong that peace can be reached in stages,
always recognizing that this undoubtedly hinges on open-
ing of the Suez Canal to which Israel has agreed while re-
fusing to let Egyptian troops take over any significant
piece of the Sinai.
That Sadat will continue to wax belligerent on the
platform goes without saying. Part of the sound is for the
drive the Arabs are planning when the United Nations
meets on Sept. 21the second day of Rosh Hashanah,
incidentally and part is to strengthen his hand at home.
Behind the scenes, the diplomats continue to hope the
ceasefire will not evaporate.
One Senses Greater Optimism
As young Jews prepare to return to college campuses
in all sections of the country, one senses a greater optimism
concerning their future allegiance than was apparent even
a year or two ago. Those who were writing then with de-
spair that the Jewish establishment was turning young
Jews away in droves are having second thoughts and new
articles.
There is little doubt that the "establishment" has met
some of the challenge by providing or at least not re-
sisting an atmosphere of acceptance to some of the
radical changes that our youth are proposing. Synagogues,
Federations, Hillel one can see signs of the pressures
exerted by young people in new programs, many of them
based, to the surprise of an older generation, on traditions
and customs almost forgotten. Yiddish is "in" for instance,
and it may be our youth who will save this special lan-
guage of our people that their parents almost let die
through neglect.
A new British magazine, the first radical publication
by youth in that bastion of orthodoxy, begins "Now at last
is the time for Jews to be Jews potential saviors of the
world" and they stress, in article after article, what one
statesthat they want to return to "the whole beautiful
tradition of Judaism, waiting to be reinvigorated and lived."
As reported here, a survey of college students shows
that the overwhelming majority (93o) identify with Juda-
ism. That the great majority also believe in the need for
change in Jewish communal life is affirmation of that iden-
tity and should continue to be welcomed.
Answer's Bound To Be Affirmative
The theme of the annual installation of officers of the
Women's Division of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation
is a challenging question. "Will There be a Jewish Com-
munity in 1980?"
Based on the record of accomplishment of the dedi-
cated leadership which will be returning to office for another
term, the answer is bound to be in the affirmative. If there
is hope for the future of this particular Jewish community
it lies in great part in the commitment of so many women
to their heritage and its continuity.
A Minor Transition
Not much comment is needed on the promotion of
Boleslaw Piasecki to the Polish State Council. The no-
torious leader of Poland's anti-Semitic fascist movement
before World War II. it is no surprise to find him in the
upper ranks of that nation's Communist party today. The
transition is a minor one, if indeed, it is a transition at all.
WASHINGTON On the
before they loosed the bomb on
Hiroshima, this reporter C
within an ace of deciding to join
the Communist Party. Even to-
day, the reminiscence is pe:
relevant.
In brief, the China the ter
commander, Gen. Albert C.
Wedemeyer, had be
the Joint Chiefs of Staff th it a
on Japan. The ind cated
time was still about -
I
&m%m Wflf'f
Kave a larewell dinner for my
old chief of those days. Gen.
Claire L. Chennault. And Gen.
Wedemeyer told us at dinner
whit lay just ahead.
TI1K NEWS meant of COUTS
that '.'i" war would soon be over;
I too, that the uiti-
mat( h i ;. ; rfect-
although I
t to overdramattee,
it n that I c tn now
was und
horror.
; .. tiennault's
COMMENT
Some of my constant readers
have been concerned with the re-
cent columnar om[>hasis on syna-
gogues and Jews rather than
mixing in politics as "relief" ev-
ery so often.
THE FACT is that I haw be-
come so involved with the des-
tiny Of one of the many presi-
dent. J cai tidates wand 'ring
around Miami these days that I
decided to in ad cautiously. Al-
though Congress has elimii
the problem of equal time for
c indidati on the airwaves and
the news] apers never had
B nonsensical rule
:n the spirit of the i.
tys em and nothii lse>,
\ T\ once in a while |
of tair play t ikes me over.
As a continuing co fair
play is not part of the n
r game, as Spir i A :. ew will
tell you. It kills me to
but he isn't far wroi
when he condemns the press for
its methods, its omissions and
commissions. One can read it
or not read it. which is some-
times worse in the local and
national news media.
I WAS struck by an article
in last week's "Village Vo
by Jack Newfleld which pointed
out that "George McGovern Is
not getting his fair share of
Coverage" in that the si. ... ,:.'
of most of his six-eches n not
reported and that they continue
to categorize him as a "st ,lk-
ing horse" tor Ted Kennedy de-
spite the growth of his local or-
ganizations in the country.
Newfleld doesn't believe there's
a conspiracy but part of an un-
derst indable pro est in that edi-
tors and reporters are not issue-
orientated and McGovern b
and that they like to deal in
person lities and they have de-
cided that the only declared Can-
dida! i for preaidi nt has none.
I want to add one he over-
looked: that most political wri-
ters have parasitical tendencies
in that thej fei d off each other's
'I ite no one has
\ : .i McGovern strength in
depth so that they can follow.
New Held c tiled Tom Wicker,
. Times columnist,
scuss Iks fe -Mng of neglect
and Wicker told him that
"George I Ing under-estimat-
ed ... I think McGovern ii
i win a primary and then
some folks are going to have
egg on their fare." i Uke Wicker
out having read ms articles on
Florida politics when he visited
here not long ago, I decided he
may be one of those, too.
His PIECES, as I recall them.
contained all the cliches of Flor-
ida politics in ass.-ssint; th.-
of the many "non-e...
tea" who are being men-
i and quoted everj dav He
wrote ol the 1870 election and
commented casualty that Eugene
McCarthy hid received 30* of
of the vote in 1968 and then
ed the significance of the
stic change m Florida poli-
tics as a result of those two
plane took us on to New
On the long an journey
KM ample time to think andl
too much, ali- that n
thinking about. With the
mate weapons unleashed
the world, it seerne 1 to nv
I
I
[
I
what was |
world" was the
solution. But I h
to see that
never be produ
instrument as
Nations.
i also h 11
share very few
minded dehaSkM -
Stalin's Soviet 1*1
so common at th H
appeared to me i
rnuntst Party was t
Kar.iz.it ion SOCkall I .-. I
world" in what |
a practical manner.
So for hours in the air]
wondered whether I -
come a Communist Only as
reached Mew Delhi. I e
that this particular
was basically unbearable.
THE LITTLF. in- : ofo|
a quarter century '-" may a
ridiculous; yet it still has
point today. The point is, oj
simply, that the rational alto:
tives still confronting ev
American are really hardly
ferent from those I pond*
over the Himalayas.
The alternatives, basical
are to submit to the Sova
thereby creating "one wo:
rather rapidly; or to make
great efforts and sacrificai
investments that are need-d
maintain a plural world
room in it for fn>" societies. Tl
choice is uniquely American !
the reasons Indicated In the.
report in this spar
AT BOTTOM, there are ti
Continued on Pag* 7-A
by EDWARD COHEN
elections. It is simply that ft
Old Guard is dea
continue to write as if H
weren't is part oi I
process I mentioned ..rlier.
Any biveetbratioi
what is taking ;> F
as trio is
tirs are ali.-mn [ wil '
dates would have
McCarthy or ,
produced his jpecl
vote is almost
Ing McGovern ind
number of the k
Askew and Chi
1970 are plas ii
the n a m .
Wicker was, Indi
kn hJa ) ite net i I
the "VJHa
his articles h
paper,
tmf NEW Den
rules for the
have opened the
roots operations which win
ther change the
ploxion of Flo.
a vast improver! ei'
mer controlled
without saying ,^'Vvn
b. further ,1, i ;'*L%
by me,
public meetim ''' }
press.
That, as I write this, tt
nif leant chall*na--s have"0 ,
ibeb
''
1
reported leis me to "em w
9niro Agnew may be w j
tell us somethin- *""
ignore. If it only WBWfft *


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view Prior '" presentation. An in-
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V conclusion of the coune
and appropriate BJrJ '
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To Return To School :MUSEI:
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Anyone with queatJora rafdtag
the college may contact Phil co-
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matlon.
B'nai B'rith Members
at B'nai B'lith ColleRC. spon-, be announced.
sored by the B'nai B'rith Council
01 South Florida Lodges, according
fo Malcolm H. Fromberg. presi-
dent
The purpose of the collcRe Mr.
Ftombcrg Bald, is to develop
knowledgeable leadership in B'nai
B'rith. While enrollment is opart
to all B'nai B'rith members, spe-
cial emphasis is being placed on
enrollment of the presidents, of-
ficers, and committee chairman of
the 45 lodges comprising the
Council.
According to Mr. Fromberg, the
idea of the college was conceive!
by Philip Cohen. B'nai B'rith Re*
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and Henry Howard
JuHe KifiUeh is the Dean Ol
the College and Hal Blitman the
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*Je*isti Fhrkfton
Page 7-A
Dr. Baumgard Workshop Speaker McCloskey Raps Arab
I All is in readiness for the annual
AiTti-DrfAiTMtUni League and Adult
Jewish Education Workshops to b?
hold in Tampa,
starting Friday
nt I p.m. and
luncheon
Sunday.
Members of
B'nai B'rith in
F 1 o r d i a, and
and their friends
we expected fr)
Ijttend the vari-
ous sessions. It
i also nntici-
pated that lodge
,' and chapter naeMMivti will be
present fnap/Ja4kson\ille. Diytona!
r Beach, St*. Petersburg, Tampa. |
I <"learwater, Sarasota, Gainesville.!
Lakeland. t>rljpdj), Palm Beach j
und the Greater .Miami area.
Dr.' Hubert _\I. Baumgard of
^Temple-Beth int. will be the speak-
er Friday a! the Adult Jewish Edu-
cation Workshop. He will also di-
rect the discussions following his
remarks. Rabbi Baumgard. the
Spiritual leader of one of Florida's
, B iff 4
largest congregations, holds a Doc-
toral degree in Hebrew letters
from the Hebrew Union College.
. The author of numerous books
and pamphlets on Jewish subjects.
r. Baumgara Appears reRUiarly
on "local TT^ffid TWtto programs.
Rabbi Arthur P. iseman of Tem-
ple Bnai Israel. Olearwater. who
will direct the Saturday session, is
familiar with problems of Jews In
the smaller communities. The sub-
ject of the AJK session is: "How
to Keep Jews Jewish and Why
Bother?"
ML
so\
Continued From Page 4-A
reasons. On the one hand, the
Soviet Union can and. moreover.
Quite surely win create its own
kind uf "one world" if the So-
viets over manage to attain a
nuclear monopoly. Given an ef-
fective nuclear monopoly, plus
the will to make some hard ex-
ample*, any nit ion today has
world empire -within reach.
On the other hand, the United
States, as the only other serious
nuclear power, is therefore all
that .ftands today between the
KretjQth ant world empire. If
you think about it at all, thus
clearly means that the Unique
American situation is also a
most expos.il situation.
IIKRE, however, tbo main fact
to note is rather different. It is
the simple fact that Americans
cannot escape the responsibili-
ties resulting from America's
present unique situation. They
are heavy ami costly responsi-
Mlitiea A great many people in
this country now wish to ignore
these responsibilities to pre-
tend that they are not really
there b>caus" of their un-
happiness over Vietnam.
Yet this is an utterly unten-
able position unless, lor instance,
you are cold-bloKlly prepared to
lee Israel crush.il out of exist-
fence by the surrounding Arabs,
with .active military support from
the Spviets. In 1970. the record
is lev that the Kremlin gave
sei ions consideration to Jus!
this enterprise of crushing Is-
rael. And if the Kremlin has
drawn back today. American
power is the ultimate reason.
THE PLAIN truth Is that un-
til there are other serious un-
clear powers among the nations,
American power alone can pre-
vent the Soviet- from repeating.
at ariU, other operations like the
one that crushed the Czechs'
new bi-th of freedom.
Nor Is that the end of the
story. The new Isolationism is
rot m> rely cruelly cold-blooded:
il is ,il 0 ludteDUSly impractical,
at leas- for those neo-isolation-
Ists who sincerely desire what
used America "
WHh N TltK So\ lets wive se-
riously considering striking down
Israel for Instance, their real
aim was no; Israel's destruction.
Their asm was to get t''!' whole
Middk Easl In their grip
to turn the whole world
,.i | >w.-r almost upside
ill. : t
bahov
don n
Yft -. c iunot maintain a true
"fortress America." wWle per-
mfttin* -tlie Soviet.; to do *hai
they choose with the world pow-
er balance. It b simply not a
feasible thing to attempt.
Kayal Chairman Of Picnic
Congressman Dante Fascell has
announced the appointment of Ray-
mond Kayal, 33. as general chair-
man of his 22nd annual Lalx>r Day
Picnic to be held at Crandon Park
Monday, Sept. The big Labor
Day Picnic, the only -gathering of
its kind in Dads County, attracts
throngs of the Congressman's
friends, supporters, leading county,
state, national, political and civic
The ADI, program will start
Saturday at 8 p.m. There will also
be a progi-am Sunday at 0 a.m.
Buzz sessions and discussions deal-
ing With extremism of anti-Semitic
groups in Florida, priorities of the
AIM., arriving at a determination
Of methods and procedure for han-
dling religious tensions and racial
confrontations in our communities
ami their institutions will feature
the ADI. meetings.
The Society of Fellows. ADL, will
i sponsor a breakfast Sunday morn-
iing. chaired by George Talianoff.
At the luncheon concluding the
ADL sessions, the speaker will be
Burton Young, vice chairman, ADL
executive committee and past pres-
ident, Floi ida Bar Association.
The Florida State Association of
B'nal B'rith Lodges S|x>nsors the
Adult Jewish Education workshops.
Federation Statement
(CohUiuimI from Page 1-A)
i"g and talking more in terms
*f what they CAN" accept."
The State Department's sharp
CTltlClsm came as the Egyptian
Minister of State for Foreign
Affairs, Hafez Ismail, left Cairo
on a three-week tour to Den-
mark. Finland. Sweden, Norway,
Iceland and France to obtain
support for Egypt's position in
the upcoming General Assembly,
which opens Sept. 21.
Regarding the Kg.vptiun-I.il>-
yan-Syrian federation Lt-~.lt. Mc-
ClOSkSjr said the United States
considered it a matter for those
three governments and their peo-
ple to deelde. "We have never
objeeted to such efforts at re-
gional groupings if thnr reflect
the popular will." he SMSrVed.
(Former Egyptian Vice Presi-
dent Aly Subry. with 90 other
defendants was charged with
high treason in t\Uro Sunday.
Sabry has opposed the federa-
tion).
Asked to comment on the Big
Four ambassadors' draft agree-
ment for easier access between
East Germany and West Berlin,
McCloskey said the draft was
"not necessarily a barometer for
the Middle Fast.' He explained
that lie would have "difficulty
establishing a link between Ber-
lin and the Middle East." even
though the same Big Four are
involved in negotiations on both
issues.
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Hillel Appoints Nine
Committee Chairmen
To help administer the increas- tee consider and review all appli-
jn- activities of the H.llel Com- cations for .scholarship and tuition
munitv Dav School. Dr. Joel B. allowances based upon need^merit
^ and other worthy conslderal
Don Solomon, a Holl>-wood busi-
n in, has engaged a fine staff
to help run the school.
Developer, Investor and philan-
thropist Leonard Schreiber of
North Miami Beach heads the ex -
Utive committee, consisting of ail
,-! four memlxn-s of tin- board of gov-
s al large, which manages all
affairs of the school meetings of
jard of governors.
Committee heads will be report-
ing on their accomplishments and
- it the next board of gover-
nors meeting of the Hillel Com-
munity Day School to be held at
the home of Mrs. Cyril Doner. 2385
NE 194th St.. North Miami Beach.
Sunday. The following day will be
the first day of classes nursery-
through seventh grade for the
1971-72 school year.
Seats Available At
Temple Ner Tamid
Charles Goldstein, president of.
Temple Ner Tamid, which to now
entering its 14th year, annoi
This week that for the convenience
of many people who have inqu.red
about membership at the syna-
gogue for the coming ye a\ the ot-
wiil he open from 9 a.m. to .
.m. daily and ever. Sun ij from
I i 3 p.m.
Maxwell Harris, chairman of the!
memtoersh ttee, announced
that a limited number ol seats ire
still available in the main sanc-
tuary. D '1 ills may ned b>'
calling the temple.
The religious school of Temple
Ner Tamid will begin classes Tues-
day. Sept. 7. The school will again
:>e under the direction of Emanuel
Feder, who has served as principal
for the past five years.
Besides the regular religious
school activities, an intensified
youth program under the direction
of youth advisor Marty Listowsky
will highlight the religious school
program this year._______________
Friday, Aug. 27, 1971
M. JOU DENNIS
Dennis president of the school, has
appointed nine committee chair-
men, some of whom also serve as
vice presidents.
From the first day of classes last j
year Hillel offered hot Kosher
lunches and transportation service.
The food service committee, chair-'
ed this year by Judge Arthur Wii
ton. will continue to provide the
food ami North Miami Beach d -
veloper WiHiam Walowitz's trans-
portation committee will adminis-
ter all facets of transportation.
To make this all possible. Irving
Conner of North Miami Beach,
owi er of the Dunes and Car I
Motels, and his ambitious finance
committee are planning many new
projects for raising funds during |
the coming year. North Dade ac- j
countant Arthur Lipson, OP. A
has the difficult job of budget!
for the many-faceted program.
While transportation and hot '
lunches are desirable fringe bene-
fits. Hillel never forgets its main ,
aim: to prepare each student for
life as a well integrated citizen of !
the United States and member of '
the Jewish faith. To help achieve
this aim. Irving Kuttler of North j
Miami Beach, a well-known busi-
nessman and leader in religious
and communal affairs, and his edu-
cation committee of educators and
educated laymen, have dedie tted
themselves.
Dr. Lee Duffner of North Miami
Beach, an opthalmologist practic-
ing in the Hollywood area, and his
registration committee work to
stimulate increased registration.
Saul Schreiber of North Miami
Beach and his scholarship commit-
'Cap Featured Saturday
The S7.500 added Vizcaya Handi-
cap, a sprint for fillies and mares,
is Saturday's featured event at
Calder Race Course. A bumper ros-
ter of nominees includes 22 of the
leading members of the distaff set
at the North Miami track. Besides
the Vizcaya Handicap, the mara-
thon runners will be in the spot-
light Saturday as the "In Reality"
serk stretches out to the grueling
1 mile and 5 furlong distance. The
series culminates on Saturday.
Sept. 4 at 1 mile and 6 furlongs.
CANTOR AVAILABLE
FOB THE HIGH HOLIDAYS
(Conservative)
Also all year round.
Reasonable. Telephone 864-9397
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ALL TYPES OF ROOFING
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754-3611 Miami Flor.do 33138
YOUNG ISRAEL
OF GREATER MIAMI
(Orthodox)
HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES
Main Synagogue 990 N.E. 171st Street, North Miami Beach
RABBI NAFTALI PORUSH
CANTOR GERALD SHAVRICK
AUXILIARY SERVICES Washington Federal Auditorium
633 N.E. 167th Street, North Miami Beach
For Tickets and Further Information
Call 651-3591
TEMPLE NER TAMID
7902 Carlyle Avenue, Miami Beach
Extends a cordial invitation to the community to worship
with us for the ensuing High Holidays
Services will be conducted by
DR. EUGENE LABOVITZ, RABBI EDWARD KLEIN, CANTOR,
and the Ner Tamid Professional Choir
under the direction of Abram Krashinsky
The Temple office is open daily from 9:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.
and 7:30 P.M. to 9:30 P.M.
Sunday 9:00 A.M. to 3:00 P.M.
Registration is now in progress for all departments of
Religious and Sunday School.
For Further information regarding registration and family
membership, please call the Temple office
UN 6-8345
UN 6-9833
TEMPLE ZION
CONSERVATIVE
8000 MILLER ROAD (SW 56 St.) OFF THE PALMETTO
Serving All Of South Dade
271-2311
High Holy Day Seats
FAMILY MEMBERSHIPS
NOW AVAILABLE
CALL TEMPLE OFFICE FOR COMPLETE INFORMATION
3 DAY CONGREGATIONAL SCHOOL
SUNDAY RELIGIOUS SCHOOL, PRE SCHOOL
JR. CONGREGATIONAL SERVICES
PRESIDENT STANLEY J. CANNON M.D.
RABBI NORMAN N. SHAPIRO
CANTOR RICHARD S. BROWDY
Assisted By Temple Zion Choir
SUNDAY OPEN HOUSE COFFEE 10 A.M. TILL NOON
Histadrut Council To 1
The Israel Histadrut Council of
South Florida will so maor a re-
ception for the members ol the
"Sraete Visit Florida Week" group
culminating a week-long tour of
the state in Miami Beach Wfnfi*-
day Sept. 15, Chairman of the
special affair is Judge Herbert S.
Shapiro.
The tour, cosponsored bj I I Al
Airlines and the Israel Gov-
ernment Tourist Office, is planned
ive Israelis an insight into
our state, much as the Histadrut
plans : up tr ps to Israel.
The welcoming reception "ill be
held at 8 pin. in the Fiasl Ballroom
of the Fontainebleau Hotel
i.,1 greetings will be extended to
the travelers by Jay I> ;~-....
Mayor of Miami Beach and -
Clark. Mayor of Dade County who
himself has just p-tunied from 3
Histadrut Study Mission to Israel
where he dedicated the South Flw.
Ida Medical Center in Beershi
Among the distinguished
on who will attend the reci
will be the Hon. Moshe Gilboj
Consul General of the Si
Israel, and Amram Zur, N rth
American Ropros'iititivo
Israel Ministry of Tourism:
tainment will be prov.d >.l
raeli singer, Gadi Ekm. RaW
Kronish of Tmplc Both Sholotn,
national chairman of the His
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'. speakers.
The reception is expected to be
event and a special reunion
.,,: i i- members of a recent His.
tadru! study Mission to Israel,
v. u Included the largest contin-
gent >l Miami Beach residents
ever.
I>. ".ions must be made In
t oc deductible tickets
"red by calling Edward
r executive director, at
the :
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;! idrut offices, or by visit-
writing the Histadrut of-
Lincoln Road Building,
ich. Certtfioatea v-n be
i to all those attending
ive visited Israel during
'IN.
The Histadrut in Israel b a
y>r cog in the economic u-heels
he nations largest single em-
Pteyer tt embraces the natiWs
targest h-ade unions. It runs Hs
r" Mnk' stories and chain of
" \'n";'" I Bupermar-
, ': A the rra.
: :!,''l Pension services, and
'>" eran.i-s.!e public
;ks h;h a, home .-1 abroad.
m addition, it promotes culture-
sports, and makes its influence
:: out i-
H Irut's most Imores-
ve ict wties is the Kupal il | m
Medical Service, which provides
judge mnar $. shapiho
the most modern medical facilities
and trained medical personnel in
hospitals and clinics. The true
RroNvth of Israel Ls interwined with
the works of the Israel Histadrut
Foundation, of which the South
Florida Council is a major partici-
pant and contributor.
Judge Shapiro and Edward
Tumaroff will be working with a
reception committee which in-
cludes Dr. Leon Kronish, Sam
Feinstein, Else Bonem, Dr. Simon
VVilensky, Dr. Michael Sossin, Mor-
ris Newmark, Sam Toll, Jacob
Rifkin. Lou Poller, Norman J.
Kasser, Benjamin S. Schwartz,
Moe Levin. Philip Sa'nl. Mayshie
Friedberg, Harry Chaet. Jacob
Schachter. Jack Filosof. Abraham
Grunhut, Israel Finkel, Sophie
''-"t7 iinrl Joshua SMHIin.
Flights' Proceeds
For United Fund [
Miamians will be able to fly the
cjiant Boeing 747 on weekend fa-
miliarization flights next month
ror S10 a person, and half the pro-
ceeds will be donated to the United
Fund by National Airlines, which
:s making the plane available for
30-minute flights over South.
Florida.
Flights will depart Miami Inter-
national Airport Saturday and
Sunday. Sept. 11 and 12. at 2 p.m.
The flights will be repeated Sept.
18 and 19 at the same time.
All seats will b res rved and
tickets must l>e purchased in ad-
vance from Nat lonal's ticket of-
fices at 7101 Collins Ave.. 1626 Col-
lins Ave., 100 Biscayne Blvd., oc
u* *h" airport t'eket counter.
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Friday. Aug 2?. 1971
IN
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<7L KM SP*M Safety Is In Our Hands
By RABBI SOLOMON' SCIIIFF
Director
Greater Miami Jewish FcuVrution's
< omimmily Chaplaincy Service
Last weekend marked the be-
c-lining of the month h'lul. Next
eekond marks the observance of
Labor Day.
There is an in-
terest ing parallel
between the two.
The Labor Day
period brings
with it the
sti-oniit'st ad-
monition fro m
the National
Safety Council
to drive with
C .:. We arc told
of the hazards
of speeding, driv-
i c while intoxicated, reckless driv-
ig and the like; a message that
- lould shock each of ns out of our
thargy and into responsible
i iving.
with G-d and to follow in a waj
that will unite our strivings to 'the
direction which G-d has outlined,
foi
By RABBI SAMIF.L .1. FOX
OS.
Jiist as our safety dining the
Lalx>r Day weokanoV is pi imarily
in our hands, so too, is our spirit-
ual safety in our -hands. If we
Speed through life with no regard
for the laws of spiritual and ethi-
cal safety, then we invite spiritual
calamity. If, however, we live with-
in the Torah's guidelines keeping
the laws, refraining from self-indul-
grrfer. strengthenforg our character [
Why are manv SfiCB boxen
(nuule for holding the spices
used for the Havdalah ritual on
Satnrcl.ix night i made In the
form of a tower?
Some authors claim that this
came to be so because spices were
verj precious in olden times and
were often kept in the tower of
the city for safe-keeping. Thus,
tin' spice, boxes HUH! made in the
forms of towers.
Jewish traditionalists trace this
rCeuciioMS <*~?c
%s
rvices
MIAMI
A H A V A T SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. 95 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox
Cantor Aron Ben An
Kal>lii S-hilt
and our spiritual worth, then our custom to a verse in the Song ot
life's journey is assured of security. Songs (5:131 when- the Bible
,, writes "His cheeks are as a bed of
If we are to lx wholehearted : .... .... ,.,.,, r .^..r....-
.,,... ., -; Ices, like towers of perfume-
with G-d then we must cons.de. ^ fc ,. ..
he direction wh.ch He puts be-' of ^
fore us in respecting the traditions; ,, ,.__- ,/ ,
, ... ., ol:uge or branches of the Balsam,
of our faith, and respecting tin ... ,
... ,. ,. rv_ which was a source of fragrance
rights and needs ot all men. On.
cannot be wholehearted with G-d i Why is it that the Torah cover*
The month ot Eiul is similarly
Signed to shake us from our
>, sible li\ing. It Is a time to examine
u living habits-. An' we driving
t trough the highway of life with
b reokless pursuit of sensual grati-
i Cation? Are we intoxicated with
the drive for possessions, power
id pleasure?
In the Torah portion of this I
-i'k we are given the directions
e should follow. We rend Deu-
ttronomy 18:13, "Thou shalt be
hole-hearted with the Lord, thy
i -H." The Bible tells us, therefore,
that in life we must l>e at one
CANDLEIIGHTING TIME
7:26 6 ELUL
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if he works at cross-purposes with
man.
We must dedicate ourselves to
making the life of all men mean-
ingful, comfortable and success-1
I'ul. The month of Klul attempts
to instil] a reverent soul-searching
procedure in this direction. As we
prepare for the beginning of the
new year, let us resolve to rededi-
Cate our efforts toward religious
devotion. Let us be guided by'the
Torah's signposts, living within
the law and serving as good citi-
zens in the spiritual nationality of
Judaism,
Thus, will
are usually
broidcred?
decorated and fin-
Generally speaking, the Jew
sought t.i add beauty to whatever
as holy. The Torah cover that
overed the Holy Scroll would.
herefore, be no exception. Another
native is considered by some au-
I thoritities, however. Objects which
wrap the scroll are or could bo
|>bject to the laws of impurity In
, the sense that they become con-
tainors of a sort.
he School of Hillel (Kelim
, '8:41 quoted in the Mishnah as-
serts that Torah covers which have
we travel safely figures of some kind on them would
V' nva ,1 it.. \ ., ... I .
ANSHE EWES. 2533 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowitx 2
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BETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. Ken-
dall Dr. S. Miami, ttelorm. Rabbi
Herbert Baomgard, Cantor Michael
Kyrr 3
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1 BETH DAVID. 2626 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau. (
Cantor William W. Lipson 4
, Saturday .to :'"' i' m
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
i dox. Rabbi H. Rothman 5
Rabbi it Kothman iii eondacl --r\ -
|. ea Saturday 9 > M.
1 BETH KODE5H 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional Rabbi Max
Shapiro, Cantor Ben Dickson 6
| BETH TOV (Temple). 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative Rabbi Simon
April. Cantor Seymour Hinkes II
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ISRAEL (Temple) OF GREATER ,
Miami. 137 NE 19th Street. Reform, i
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. 10
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
Drazin. Cantor Nathan Parnass. 11 j
OR OLOM (Temple) 8755 SW 16th
t Conservative Rabbi Ralph
Glixman. 13
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TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N Miami;
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein. 14
Friday 8:15 p.m Bermrm I- Then
i* Freedom "i Cboipe Satu
.i in
OHEV SHALOM. KS Bonita Or.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber-
man. SO
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SR*HA*>6pC-JSLAVISH CENTER. MS
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmias 31
CONGREGATION TZ CHAIM. 1542-
44 Washington Aye. Rabbi Awrohom
Groner. 34
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER. 1720 79th Street Cause-
way. North Bay Village. Conserva-
tive. Cantor Cart Bender. 32-A
through the highways of life. Amen
Services To Be Broadcast
High Holy Day religious services
for members of Temple Israel of
Greater Miami will again be held
n Miami Reach Convention Hall.
Sunday evening, Sept. 19, at 8
P.m.. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot will
discuss "Jewish Feelings." Mon-
day at 10 a.m. he will discuss
"Human Feelings." Both services
will Ih> broadcast live over radio
station WTMI-FM.
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SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Shoftim
taSSTSt TpT*ou make "" ln idl *at -
ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE: Having dealt with a
nun** of ,e!,.,K ordinances, M,,os directed his attention
owards the maintenance of law and order necessary to a civilized
-v,v Local jud.es and office,, were to b, appointed in every
eiaU? JUS,iC", T '" ^ ad"llnis,f-'--' nghteoUsly and im-
:im11v ,, ,,.,. wag therefore strictly forbidden to show
>-as accept a bribe. Should a local judge find the case too
..fu;..lt for bun to decide, he was to refer It to a higher n,ho,-i,v
cen, I ,,n"S,S aIld BUPreme SiUin" 8t tht' >* Of the
cen san(,,,,, Thjr decIglon WM Hnal aml ^
in their verdict was punishahle by death
SUPERSTITION AND THE TRUE PROPHET: Moses se-
verely wndemned any form of BUperstttion and magic practiced
> -he soothsayer, sorcerer and wizard. Israel had no need to
reaori to such abominaUons for God would provide inspired
, prophete from amongst the Israelites themselves who would
conm^nicate His wil, to them. False prophet, who spoke in the
name of Wofe wen to be punished by death; the false seer could
i "C 'SSSS? 7u-,hP ,n, no"-fl"fi,,mf-t f his prediction.
' ,, (^AI- ^S- M0SOS' in Otafcorating the laws relating
to th, mx Odes o. Refuge, rtressed that three of them were to
be established esi of the Jordan. There was no escape for the
Wilful murder, r who sought sanctuary in One of these cities; he
was 'o be handed over to the dead man's nearest kinsman for
punishment.
The removal of a landmark constituted the crime of theft
Before any p s.,.i could be convicted of a crime at least two
"'i';"-i"- v required to give evidence and should a witness
neproved to h ivt giv n false evidence, he was to receive the pun-
ishment inten led for the innocent victim
irNDETECTED MURDER if the body of a murdered man
omid in the field and the killer could not be discovered
mdbihtj for the murder rested with th.- city nearest ,,, the
sce" '!' As atonement, the judges and elders of that
City, acting on behalf of the community, slew a young heifer in
an uncultivated valley through which pan a stream. In the pres-
ence of the priests they washed their hands, testified that they
were not In any way responsible for the murder, and prayed for
forgiveness.
not be subject to the laws of im- i
purity since the figures embroid-
ered on the scroll indicate that the
wrapper is for adornment only
and not basically for containing
the scroll.
What Is the Klfrnificinc*' of the
breastplate which many congre-
gations hang; over the Torah
with a chain?
Some look upon this breastplate :
as an allusion to the breastplate I
that hung over the cheat of the |
High Priest or to the mitre he
wore. In this sense, the Torah is
looked upon as the personification !
of the Holiness in man, especially :
because it gives the formula with
which man can make and keep
himself as a holy being.
Others claim that the function i
of the breastplate on the Torah '
was for identifying the place where
the Torah was set, without hav-
ing to remove the cover and un-
roll the scroll. The breastplates,'
therefore, have apertures in which !
can be inserted metal name plates
signifying that the Torah has been
set for reading on special occasions
like Rosh Chodesh. etc.
(('). 1971 Jewish Teli'KniiihiY Agency
Post-Auxiliary >!< iin
Harry H. Cohen Surfside Bay
Harbor Post and Auxiliary 7Z't.
Jewish War Veterans, will hold
the first regular meeting of the
season in the Surfside Community
Center, 9.101 Collins Ave.. at 8 p.m.
Wednesday, Sept. 8. according to
Sam Frankel, Commander, and
Rose I.isansky, president of the
Auxiliary-.
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BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
13600 W. Dixie Hwy. Conserve.ve
Rabbi Joseph Gorfinkel. Cantor Ben
Zion Krschenbaum. 35
MIAMI BEACH
AGUDATH ISRAEL, 7801 Carlyle Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever 17
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox
Rabbi Berel We. s 18
BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave.
Orthodox Rabbi Shmaryahu T Swir. :
sky. Cantor Maurice Mamches. 19
BETH RAPHAEL (Temple). 1M5
Jefferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh. 20
BETH SHOLOM ( Temple). 4144
Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kronish. Cantor David Conviser. 21
BETH TFILAH 935 Euclid Ave Or.
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-
sky. 22
BETH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGREGA-
TION, 843 Meridian Avenue. 22-A
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION. '
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Dow Rozencwaig. 23
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EMANU-EL (Temple). 1701 Washing,
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler. 24
Saturdaj B am Uermon topli "The
i in..-.-., People1 Pact or Fiction?"
pr Lehrman will touch upon
hook by John l> Allegro with
emuhaHle ui>< n Its HenaatlonallKni
distortion.
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
ADATH YESHORUN (Tempte). K)2
NE Miami Garden* Dr. Conerva-.
tive. Rabbi Milton Schlinsky. Can'
tor Nathaniel Schub. 33
BETH TORAH. NE 164th St. at 11th!
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip^
schiU. Cantor Jacob Renxer. 34)
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B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd Sti
Conservative. Rabbi Charle* Rut>ei<
Cantor Jack Lerner. 3*J
SINAI (Temple) f NORTH DADB
18801 NE i'2nd Ave. Reform. Rabb?
Ralph P. Kingsley. Cantor Irving]
Shulkes. 3'|
Prlda) ( IS p.m. Satwtlay to:sn
ltdi Mltsvah: Warren Jay, on nf Mil
and Mi- Ho ml Jay MiWk< II Ari
-li.ll. Ron ot Mr. and -Mrs Murray!
M-h.ll ^
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 18151 NE
19th Ave Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah F.
Caplan. 34
Pi Ids \ '. in p m Saturdnj 9 I m
Sermon Klul Preponstory M hV M
uiah" <

YOUNG ISRAEL OP GRE*T;R}
MIAMI 990 NE 171st St. Ortho. I
Rabbi Naftali Porush. 3-
Pridaj 7 p in *:3 P "> ,;i"
im'- Mui .ii"'. II
i hi Hi li v. n.....i Rli .! I i
li n Time I BatnrdjU 9 sn
..ml 7 30 p m Si rnfon "Whl n It
Your Potnl ol Denarturi Tharrrtn)
7 so p.m Bar Mitxvah: Kenneth Dn'
-n of Mr and Mis Martin Dunn
Sermon "Setting thy RtMi tor I f<

CORAL GABIES
JUDEA (Temple) 5500 Granada Blvdj
Reform R-hbi Morris Kipper 40J
* p in Saturd i > I
llan ^ i......ir J
\'. !! im A i
ZAVORA (Temple) 44 Zamora Avei
Conservative Rabbi Maxwell Berg-'
er. 41
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FT. LAUDER0ALE
BETH ISRAEL iTemple). 547 E Oak-
l.ind P.irk Blvd Rabbi Sheldon Ed-!
wards. Cantor Maurice Neu. 42
EMANU-EL. 3245 W. Oakland Park:
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Arthur J. Ab-
rams. Cantor Jerome Krement. 4&
P0MPAN0 BEACN
SHOLOM (Temple). 132 SE 11th Ave;
Conservative Rabbi Morris A. Skop.
Cantor Ernent S^hreiber. 49
SURFSIDE
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION.
9293 Harding Ave.. Surfside. Town
Hall Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac O. Vine.
M
Gross.
25
CNG AN-NELL CBrancn of He-
brew Academy). 7th St. and Merid-
'=. A,Ve; Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham
Ben-Hillel.
25 A
^fa!**2*..2OH,S COMMUNITY
i-NA Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H ,
Stern. Cantor Meyer Engel 26 I
KoE.7iEJH ,sRAEl- "IS Elcu.d Ave
.,o?1h R^bb' Pav,d l-ehrfie.d
Cantor Abraham Seif. 2'
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ME0N.R,AH. fT*J"W" > "th St
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram.1
owiu. Cantor Nico F.ldman 28
'ri'l.-iy 6 p.m Si.iuiday ; ", n, F!-Tr
Mltsvah: Flnrry K.nzr.,,. .,., ,,. \.\
MM Mrs Lout, Kotien m
2R81 K.ue?^e^bovi,,Cantor E-,
MTJ!f\2JI?^>-80,h st "
Tatum Waterway. Conservative.
HAUAN0AIE
HALLANDAl E JEWISH CENTER 1?
NE 1st Ave. 44
H0UYW0OO
BETH EL (Tempi. 135' S 14th Ave.
Reform. Rnbbi Samuel Jaffe. 45
Prlda) S:1S p m l"-. Ahrtn Ki
will officiate and apeak on A bml
of Myati rj
*
BETH SHALOM (Temple). 1728 Mon.
roe St. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Cantor Irving Gold. 44
SINAI (Temple). 1201 Johnson St.
Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro.
Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun. 47
MIRAMAR
ISRAEL (Temple) 6920 SW 35th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Elliot J. Wino-
grad. Cantor Abraham Koster. 4
MARGATE
MARGATE JEWISH CENTER. S101
NW 9th St.
Trm haRe fa hrepar-d ,
cotfeenuimi ipftfi th< Gieaui
Miami RabbiTinal AsWctatfoH
Coordinator of thf /Miur.-i
appearing hare is
RABBI MAXWELL BERGER
Sfirirual Ltaiirt .;
Temple Zamora
Coral Gables
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r<-c*Uinic<*l \TefevisioH 7^
AuS. 29
Auj. 2!)
roy rants
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*Jenisf) rkridSan

Paqe 11-A
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Max Lerner
See&It
Nixon Pledge Attacked, Applauded
r NI'AV YORK Again President Ni\on has achieved a
luring stroke with the politics of surprise, if he doesn't watch
I he COUld RCl himself re-elected! For the new economic nol-
if rwrnUy successful, could do two things. It mild blunt
MBftlsp the economic issue in the 1072 campaign. And. follow-
on the new China policy, it could confirm a new Nixon
tc as a flexible President, capable of changing policy with
lues; and "sweep.
Tat a (fane the President had th-- nation anxious and fearful,
i rote an almost despairing piece last week on Nixon's laggard
ix>, but 1 wasn't wholly hopeless. 1 feM that a man who had
[ringed from a balanced budget to 6V licit fiancing as well as on
l China policy, could change on prices, wages and employment,
ic historical mod< l. 1 suggested, was not so much Harry Tra-
in's elaborate controls as Franklin Roosevelt's broad and bold
|proach to his New Deal policies.
It may shock many FDR. worsh > rs and Nixon haters to
iy that tho man who seemed to lie aping HcrlxTt Hoover's do-
othins pulicy is now closer to following the activism of Franklin
joosevelt's early crisis days. If you forget the personalities,
k>Ies and political philosophies 01 the two men which couldn't
more different you will find a similar willingness to so the
rluile experimental hot: in turning foreign and economic policies
round. Kven the economic nationalism of Nixon's decision on
jr.llar convertibility, which sticks most in the craw of th.- liberals,
reiiis almost a copy of F.D.R's bombshell at the London Eco-
omic Conference which I admit was not the happiest of
kooseve't's i>olicies.
PART OF THE DRAMA of Roosevelt's new economics was
Lie abruptness of the change from Herbert Hoover's policy.
Even the people who voted for Roosevelt didn't expect such
irama. any more than the Bolsheviks expected Unia to swing
i-lhtwHrd a few years after the Russian Revolution with his own
_EP (new eootn.mie policy>. Nixon also followed Herbert Hoover,
Knit tt was the Hoover within himself to whom he had to unmask
|nd m-jrau-. Even though Nixon had Wilbur Mills available, and
(borrowed many < the concrete measures from him. the total
{package still took some doing.
One of Wilier Lippmann's early progressive books was
| "Drift and MBStery." Hist ly, the Republicans be-
ng in a self-regulating economy, have followed a pofflcy of
..conomk drift, whle in. Democrats have tried to use controls
[for mastery. In I .reign poUcy inr Republtoms have trod UghUy,
!,h,i, the Democ. at, hav......'^actedJHcnce ttK Jj-J*
,- ce M the last 60 y. -*. of bavin, Democratie wa.and!**-
, ,. \ California salesman-teacher was quoted in
yjftSarJetodeathwithth Nixon's current high
resolve is to avoid both.
Whether in. n move f.,.m Ms old J^
Niw was waiting all along!Jor ^p government action,
and for a consensus to form l,im1,1 ".,,,,.,. ,lU,,CSo
**** -. ** l "St "TtZZZ* **
long tetosise be was caught in hto own u ,un.iVili
then switched brilliantly, but for sheer political sun.
IF \IXO\ PLANNED IT all to happen as it has. .ben Iherc
Is indeed, new Nixon with a newt.....hThe problem for aWder
n, a ,lem,^,ev is ,o ke,^ the ...u^brium steady y e,^,
,o effect bold change, while making the people feel that it comes
b. r^ponse to their pressures, and that -his is what they want,
all aloiiu.
Franklin Roosevelt knew that -*^'e*" ^
. Kes are less Important than the psych logical chmate m *h
t!.y ,,. Some of the **> Deal me,sures, lite h. NRA.
mem work made then, work. If a k-ader can mC.x ^ PPte
with his beM that hi. new policies will work, then Uie own
rvlcoaed economic and psyeno^o. ~*?J ,,
fuUHttng Prophecy if he doesn't Infect them wh MM h *
h pal**, ma> he ****** but they w.U fail ~ *j
the ^..tician who regards the people as a target ,s wrong. 1*9
are not targets but carriers.
It b ** that underlying polit.es is economics a ftultag
ecrnmmy can destroy an administration as well as P
it is alL true that the c,,x of econom. a* m poht.es and
psychology.
(( ontiniittl from Page l-A)
leaders to consider the imple-
mentation of dual enrollment"
i'iimams as a means of meeting
th<' financial problems of paro-
chial schools. The dual enroll-
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mits religious school pupils to
attend nearby puhtic schools on
a part-time basis, receiving in-
struction in non-rehgioua sub-
jects such as mathematics, in-
dustrial arts, science, home eco-
nomics and physical education.
"The idea of 'dual enrollment'
is already authorized as a spe-
cial educational arrangement
under Title I of the Elementary
and Secondary Education Act of
1965," Mr. Hoffman pointed out.
"The advantages of "shared
time' are apparent," Mr. Hoff-
man said. "Religious schools are
relieved of the financial burden
of teaching secular courses, en-
abling them to concentrate on
sectarian instruction. Bv bring-
ing more religious school pupils
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religious integration can be slg-
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+Je*isi> fhridian
Friday. Aug. 27. 1971
This Week In History.

40 Years Ago This Week: 1931
Berlin's anti-Semites deaeci
a n<>*- momnwnt flQMrJrltKl I. mwW
La/ iruj 7 imenhof I 1859-1917), the
Jewish creator :' Ksporanio.
The highest croup grad aver-
age in thi history of the Univer-
sity of Michigan B9.1 was
set fey the fi e wish women in
Stone League Huus .
Rabbi Julius Leibert o' Tempi*-
Emanuel, L "The confessional has b
toiic and phy
Judaisi I -vi r the c
m is n -eded it led to-
day W hi n >'.:" ecoi
our ". m I
us an unst le peoi
Rabbi S mu ; W hi of Cii cin
nati, from th S >vi I
Ui *>n1 th it mass

gratton of J< > was the only "re-
lemptldn of the imprisoned."
Nazi leader Peter G
dfed i>i a heart attack afl
iiisly denouncing the Jews.
The widow "' essayist and phi-
'osophor Ahad Haam (Asher Ginz-
berg) died In Jerusalem.
10 V.Mrs A;o ThS Week: I960
West Germany agreed to pay
S19.992 million in reparations to
ar victims of Nazism.
Wilhelm Schepma his pen-
sion as a former Deputy
n, West G any for having
nCh fo SI th NaziSA
The Jo n1 D
tee re] thii
328.225 million to aid 232.5
. Ij pei i ..- 23 i ml
u !'s first music festival f '-
: B r Mil
by 1 ius M "- lud.
isra : Liberals rejected a bid
by Herat for a joint parliament;'.ry
bloc in the Knesset.
Jewish life In the USSR "is in
of extinction and appe irs
to be fading away." it was as-
serted by Louis P. Smith, pn
of the- Combined Jewish Philan-
thropies of Greafc r B iston, after a
i isil to Russia. "This is a disturb-
.. situation.'' he Baid.
Belgian Jews mourned Jozef Car-
dinal van Roey, 87, wh i bad aided
and pi .lews during Worl i
.' 11
:". L. Sch ipiro, pi '
Hebrew ; togy at Mosc Uni-
ed al 70.
Max Bressler, presl lent o
: i > '
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<( -..ntiiiued from Page 1-A)
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The Panthers denounced the
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the Israeli Jews already suffer*
lug, 'i I,. tration, which
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+Jewisti nor id/an
Page 13-A
letters to the editor
Rabbi Cordon To Lead Correctional Chaplains
Irish Floridian:
^-defeating not to
bo saber-rattling
President Sadat.
j reminds the Jew-
b ntions to at-
the pressure to
i Bed by the U.S.
to agree to a
rould Indeed en-
Mstence, leaves it
jut t.) defy thes.'
termination.
rier.ee-; Buffered
period of i!< -
,l> kn >ws that
fare would be det-
|c din;; with eour
tent aims are
ad) the only is-
these Arab eonn-
%Ui their common Roal to li- j sooRraphically or demographically.
quidate the Jewish State. This is Egypt has used the Si
the only issue which keeps them to- ily as a base to invad
pother in spite of their tendency
toward polarization.
.jr
t) Stone, Secretary
lof Florida, has ac-
Hiairmanship of the
lorida Employees'
the 1971 cam-
United Fund of
according to an
nt this week by
H. Fite, 1971 general
, chairman.
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Israel To Hold
Services
k~the overflow crowd a!
^^nagogue. and to ac-
hose in the North Mi-
Iconimunity who wish
^traditional Orthodox
Ung Israel of Greater
conducting auxiliary
I the Washington Ked-
jium. 699 NK lOTtil St..
Beacli. it has been
will be held on Rosh
Eve, Sunday Sept. 19.
) Tuesday, Sept. 20 and
Rcipinir Eve, Tuesday,
gri Wednesday, Sept. 29.
rmation is available
Hg<>i;iie office.
By keeping these Anb-Israeli
conflicts alive, the Arab rulers
..re diverting attention of the Ann
masses from their own mis iry -1
that these despots can maintain
their power. The standard ol liv-
ing in these oil-rich countries is
tow enough for the people to re-
volt. Those illiterate Arab ma
who are kept in continuous ( rvent
excitement cannot realize that the
of their le id rs to de-
stroy Israel, or to "liberate" Hie
n ert, won't affect their
Mwi status in anj respect.
In view of the ever-changing
events in the Arab world ol cor-
rupt politicians and army coups,
the only reliable bulwark for West-
ern interests lies in the str th
of the Jewish State which has
proved its capability of withstand-
ing Communist-supported Arab
aggressions. Therefore the neces-
sity for Israel to maintain its pres-
ently secured borders is self-
evident.
By returning any territories ac-
quired in the Six-Day War, Israel
would invite now aggressions by
the Arabs, since the Jewish State
would be loft in a very vulnerable
oosition. Holding the Suez Canal
s the only guarantee Israel can
lepend on against Arab and Soviet
attack. The fact that the Israeli
Army is there does not exclude the
possibility of opening the canal to
harmless navigation; it would even
be safer.
The persistence of the U.S. State
Department in demanding the evac-
uation of the Sinai Peninsula by
the Israelis is not justifiable. After
all. the Sinai Peninsula has never
been a part of Egypt historically.
nai primar-
invade Israel, as
demonstrated by the three wars
initiated there in the last two dec-
ades, with the ultimate aim of an-
nihilating the Jewish population.
Those who would act under the
assumption that peace would reign
in that area if Israel would retreat
to her previous susceptible and as-
li bonders, will one day have
t i bear the responsibility of bring-
ing a new war to the Middle East.
Only a defensible Israel can guar-
i peaceful Near East, There-
fore its borders, for which the Is-
raeli Defense Forces sacrificed 80
must not DO changed but
kept intact, in their present shape
I form.
Israel, the sole friend of the
United States in the Middle East,
should be strengthened by the
United States whose national in-
terest requires that the constant
turmoil which exists there should
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Miami Beach
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members servo in prisons, correc-
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vJmistncrkRar
Friday, Aug. j7
Wm
Panorama:
Bv DAVtP SCHWARTZ
Why The Japanese Are Interested In Jews
J u u.........,,,.,-iheiess mad.- People s'>m- Shalom to her or else wh
, (Copyright l#Tl, Jewish T.i.ci-aiihi. Agmiey, asa.)
A HOOK CALU9D "The Japanese and the Jews"
lias become a best seller in Japan and soon may
reach the English reader. It was first published
by an obseure Japanese lx>ok
b0UU in an edition of 1.500 copies.
but now everybody from the Prime
Minister down is talking about it
mil its sales have reached the
half-million mark.
It goes to show something or
Jther. but what?
It reminds one of that wall-
kiiown conclave on the elephant,
vhcie the German expert spoke on the "biology of
'he elephant." the Frenchman on "geography and
:he elephant? and the Jew on "the elephant and the
Jewish problem."
There is a minimal nuBSJber of Jews in Japan.
Why the great interest in Jews?
The author of the book, a Jew named Banda-
son, was born in Japan and s|vnt some time in
Israel but apparently is now living somewhere in
the United states.
According to a New York Times story, the book
notes some great differences between the Jews and
the Japanese. The Japanese, it says, have a great
feeling of security while the Jews are the waifs of
listory, forever at the mercy of the winds of
:hange. They are. however, some resemblances be-
tween the two peoples. The author sees in "Japan-
ism" some ol the equivalent of Judaism to the Jew.
Perhaps the best explanation is that the Jap-
ISRAEL NEWSLETTER
By Carl Alpert
Whal Makes Them Jews
TIIK TOlltlST HWTKI) TO meet and chat Informally
with a real, native Israeli, not just a taxi driver or a
' to! clerk. So I introduced him to Zvi and stood aside
i d listened.
The American lust no time: "1 like the
oiintrv and I admire the spi:it of the
leople," he said. "I don't want to eriti-
but I have been terribly disap-
pointed. There are Jew everywhere, sad
tveryone speaks Hebrew, Jews drive the
pus and Jews collect the garbage. I
pound Jews everywhere I went except
n one place iii the synagogue! What
kind of a Jewish state is this if Jews
- i go to Shul?
He paused for breath, and Zvi put in timidly: "Did
visil Mean Sheariin in Jerusalem,"
"I was there all right, but that's not typical Israel.
we people are fanatics. I mean the Jews of Tel Aviv
I c! Haifa, and the smaller towns. What makes them
1 ws? Why cant they have a good Friday night service?
What's wrong with our American Institution of Oneg
Siahbal? Israel has plenty of Jews, but what you need
In re i> a lot more Judaism."
Zvi recovered his poise, and explained, "Our paopls
fi el more truly Jewish than you, even in they do not go
tha synagogue. Their children receive a Jewish educa-
in, as something natural. They don't have to go out of
their way to be Jews.
"On the other hand, you American Jews are always
i oking for something to give your Jewish life the earn.
inoe of reality. They tell me that mast American
Jews belong to a synagogue for social reasons because
y don'l dare separate thorns. \vca fl.,)m the community.
ley don't go to the synagogue to worship God in the re-
ligion sense. They go to meet other Jews and to preserve
then- social ties with their neighbors. You build beautiful
mpies. but you don'l enter them to pray. Your thea
: '" and ,l':,;'- Bel ittendancc than your
''" ''"": n 0 s. Your g; ... ar,. f,,,. ,h(.
st part simply a sop i i j Kir J -wish c ins ; 'nces."
"You can talk that you don'l know what
1 modern synagogue Is like," the Aim rican came back. The
i d-fashioned Orthodox synagogu of Israel will never
attract the youth. We In America have found ways of
akfcig Judaism palatable I i our young. We ought to
l a team of our b -i ra ibis here. Conservative and
Reform to show you how to revive Judaism. There's a lot
we can teach you along these Unas."
"We don't neni your rabbis or your synafl gues. We
tktn'l have to look for ways to be Jewish." Zvi" replied.
"We are Jewish naturally, with the air that we breathe
' w.s in the Diaspora have worked up all sorts of devices
' try to Preserve their identity in the lace of a hostile
environment. Here the environment Ls not hostile. Here
we can be ourselves. You still need all that protection.
But when you come to live in Israel you will find them
less important in your life."
I could tell from the look in the face that neither
was satisfied. And I reflected that perhaps in a sense
both were right. Perhaps it is the absence of a real reli-
gious feeling, genuinely spiritual in nature, which is the
tragedy of Jewish life everywhere today.
anese. a small people who haw nevertheless made
themselves a world power, are Interested In the
Jew because although a small people, they tOO have
exerted world influence
Perhaps the em. rgenec of Israel is an explana-
tion. AH. Asia has ,(s eye on Israel. Recently the
beauty queen who represented Israel in the Philip-
pines "at the "Miss Asia" contest expressed surprise
at how familiar the Filipinos were with the story ot
Israel. Everywhere she says, she was greeted by
winking .;..
an eye and repeating "Dayan."
Speaking about beauty queans, we in theUisAj
States have recently had Miss Israel here. She did**
win the Miss Universe honors, but she had herf^.
I lit- answer when she. was, asked about her 5
pat ion aroused special Interest. "I am a sow, !
she said.
Who wouldn't want to surrender to a beautv
ijiieen?
..
Our Film Folk:
By HERBERT G. LUFT
Kramer Makes 3rd
Trip To Moscow
ftlKKCTOU STANLEY KKAMKK asked your col-
umnial to attend a pre-releose screening of his
latest picture. "Bless the Beasts and the Children."
before taking the print to Russia
for a Special presentation at the
Kremlin Palace during the forth-
coming Moscow Film Festival.
This will be Kramer's third trip
to the annual Soviet fete where
especially his anti-Nazi pictures
have been highly welcomed.
Kramer reveals to us that he is
planning a filmic account of "The
Trial of Lieutenant Calley," based on the book by
John Sack which in turn is a condensation of ".">
hours of pre-trial taps recordings made voluntarily
by the defendant but not presented at the court
martial. Kramer says he is not editorializing, but
letting the lerord speak alone in strictly visual
terms. To him, Calley became the scapegoat for the
guilt of many. The massacre is :i chemical reaction
to war in general, he says, adding "There but for
the grace of God go I." s philosophy we do not
endorse believing that it was the duty of the indi-
vidual to refits." obeying inhuman orders. In any
event, Kramer says that his film will establish a
moral base but Is not aimed to help Calley out of
his dilemma.
The veteran film-maker recently returned from
the Berlin Film Festival where in previous years
some of the press had been hostile to him. When he
first presented "Judgment at Nuremberg'' and
"Ship of FooK" he was bluntly asked, "Why do
you make such films?" This time. Kroner drew a
standing ovation after the screening of "Bless the
Beasts and Children." a strongly-phrased state-
ment against the UBS of firearms, violence and
against war.
The picture r'ceived rare reviews in the press
West Berlin. II netted the Jewish dir.-etor a OCR"
Catholic Award and a laudaMa mentioning by the
Protestant Film Jury. The highest award. "The
Cold Bear of Berlin." went to Arthur Culm's Ital-
ian-made, "The Garden ol the Kinzi-ContiiiU." di-
rected by Vittorio de Sica: ironically enough, the
prize winning film deals with the plight of the
Jaws in Italy during World War II and sharply
ittncks the policies of Hitler-Germany leading up
to th "Final Solution."
4$ We Were Saving: By ROBERT E. Steal
We Can Lick Hunger
ONCE OIDI I KET stopped aching after that maul
...... .....II. ;.. VI.... .........;.. i______
cent walk in May to dramati/e hunger and
rxwii}
the marchers in lCu American cities could not
legard their work finished For"ifn
had the stamina to hike out agaiis;hl
ger. they must be the kind ol peopled
use their heads and their feet
And what do their heads tell tlwT,'
that the continuing scandalofssj
ger in the United States must no k-aj
be ignored.
that technological gain, hav d
noted mankind to fvd millions m*l
than was ever thought possible.
that marchers against hunger might as well startil
tmpnnion movement: marchers for the reasonable m\
Irol oi gpiraling world ixipulation.
Consider the American story first: With only C,!
f the world's population, the United States consungl
ibout 401 of the world's production (while commiustl
ecological sins). Authorities estimate that in
million Americans are malnourished. Ignorance of
:it needs, failure to obtain food stamps, the .idvertisisi
and marketing of enticing food packages frightfully Istl
ri nutritional value ill contribute to the story record tig
hunger in America.
When the second White House Conference Or, HidisjI
was convened n few month- ago, delegates exprestednJ
over the failure of those who had brought thorn l
aether to act affirmatively on recommendations madeitl
r\ similar conference in 1MB. Hunger In America ii .1
n ittonal en* rgency, In the view of experts; vet the feal
in? persists that when aroused conference (email
"bread now!" the response is no better than hall a loaf.
In an effective summing up of the problem, Miwdl
S Stewirt '"Hunger in America" i has concluded that'll
poverty-related hunger were eliminated (In the I'nMj
Stati the benefits in increased employment, treats I
productivity, shorter public welfare rolls, and fewer sm
rial institutions for the handicapped would he t u- Rtvawl
than the coal >< providing adequate food for th,
population. Tiie is Bureau of the Budget h
thai evers dollar we save by failing to eliminate hpr|
:ik1 malnutrition cost us $3.30."
Technology has brought greatly incrcas, 1 prodx-l
lion on smaller acreage. New insights in genel
botany, the reclamation of land once arid, wider
chemical fertilizers and Irrigation all have helped uvl
United States and other advanced nations to pile upfood|
urplusns. Even those countries that have 1.
velopment can be shown economical ways to raise the|
food needed for the hungry.
Book Review
By SEYMOUR B. LIEBMAN
Israel And The Arab World I
J\ READING NON-FICTION, especiall) history,
one must know the biography ol the author, his
philosophy and orientation, the times of which he
writes and Irs bibliography. Aharon
Cohen, who has been a member ol
the Israeli I. ft-wing Hash imer
Hatzair sin IS! I, Is now til years
old Seen tary of the Le
Jew. h-Arab Rap| ,. m and
Cooperation from 1941 to 1948
he i- fluent in several Arab dia-
lects, Ma: tin Buber, the phil wo-
pher who believed In a bi-n lions
state, wrote the preface to Cohen's book. Israel ,|
the Arab World I Funk & Wagnalls, 115.001.
Oahen's worh is historical and reveals ran my as-
peets oi Arab-Jewish relationships for the pas. LOO
yean that have not been generally known, much
l.-ss publicly discuss.*!. "The mos, doplo.abl ft,
peet of the great Jewish national revival was the
failure of the Jewish repatriates to understand
that they saw only their side of the problem and
ignored the other side, and their short-sightedness
m relations with the Arabs from 1880 to the pres-
ent." Cohen says. The book has a brief resume ol
the tint encounters between the Jew, Mld y,,.
Arab tribes prior to Mohammed, but the meat of
the book begins with the Jews and Arabs under
the Ottoman regime.
We /man's appeal to the Arabs not to
i by Jewish immigration In 1919 was u sad
on '.lews returning to our borders" rather trr.ir.
ng tc Palestine now." He was not awai that
***** < two nationalisms. The Arab I
' I'.'ii and li U (the Hashemitesi were pre-
If the Jews WOttM help to BCh
: deration. The Palestinian Arab lead-
ers wen concerned with relationships within Pal-
and they feu that they were being
to gi m favors without a quid pro qua
Th.- work oi Halm Margolit Kalwrlsk) i'868-
1947 In connection with the Arab "problem is un-
known to many. Cohen's b,K>k reveals Intensive re-
search in pertaining to Kalvarisky and to n
and records of tin- early YLshuv. The reiattonsWoi
between the Klstadrut and Soviet Russia recehts
xtended tre itment as does the close relationship be-
tween the Palestine Arab leaders, the Palestine Com-
munist Party and the Axis powers.
It Ls impossible to adequately summarize the
broad range of subject matter brought under the
title of the book. To understand the history of the
Palestinian Yishuv. Arab hostility. Israeli leaders aM
Israeli history. "Israel and the Arab World" H re-
quired reading.


I Aug. 27. 1971
*Jenisfi RcridHan
Page 15-A
LEGAL HOTKI
NOTICE OF ACTION
LJcRCUIT court of the
ITcFNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
|W FLORIDA IN AND FOR
Lot COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
lADE <-uNo 71.14520
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Ik. Th' Marriage of
iVivU I BTT, husband iind
, ,-|A I.KTT. Wife
f PATRICIA I.KTT
am .North Avenue
pSlnesvllfe, Ohio
, VsTKK'lA LETT, are hereby
H that "'" "f '''""Pi"1"1 f"r
',. hns ben filed against you,
v,i i.re r. vnor Answer <>r Pleading to the
" f romplalni on ihe
,L DAVID E. STONE. 10I
i ill Avenue. Miami. Florida,
fii," the original Answer or
ihe office of the Clerk
LEGAL NOTKI
idinft
ha Clrcuil Court OB or before the
da of September, 1971. If you
,0 ,|,. hi, judgment by default
h, i.men against you for the rc-
rVni.ind.-d In the !IUl of Cora-
phall he published onee
,.r four ..onsei utive weeiis
pHK JJSM Ltjr] Ff.olUDIAN.
[fli.fi v\
t*i
K B I KATHERMAN. Clerk.
rvult ''curl. Dade County. Florida
)U : C I. ALEXANDER
Deputy Clone
t> uit '"Url Seal!
,]li i: 8TI >NK
\S ss 121*1 Avenue
inn. Floi Ida
for I'laintiff
s S-13-10-27
M'T iU" itiii.""t umr VTOTtui
A |SH FLoRIDiAN.
Nil ORDERED at Miami.
Hi .lay of July AD.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITOUS NAME LAW
iTIf'K IS HKIIKHY GIYEN thai
i rned, desiring to rngage
under the fi.-ii'ious name
ATHKNIA PAINTING CON-
Lmtini; company ai :ism West
Street. Miami. Florida Intends
iri-i.r aald name with the Clerk
l r .nit Cowl of Dads Count}-,
Ida
Si ,1 OMON solHAMIS
IRUE SAMPAS. ESQ.
rnej for Apnllcant
ln Road
Li llea. h, Fla. :::: B
1 10-17 '. 3-10
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
IS HEREBY GIVEN that
u: idereif '1. desiring fto engage
- u.ider the fictitious name
IamkRH'sn AERIAL. ADVERT1S-
hi 21*1 n i; ii.Tih St., North
i Rea h, Florida inl.-iill 10 reg-
. 1 mi u 'th lite i 'U-rk of Ihe
nurl nl I lade County, Florida,
' \\l D H ItFlF
AM EN GOLDMAN
H'KI'.T I. BLOOMBERG
y for appllcanta
Building
I, Fia
s 20-37 : 3-10
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-3363
'FRANK B DOWLING1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I : rate of
n:i.i.i: ISRAEL.
.Ml l'red I..is anil All Persons llav-
in> or Demand! Agafnsl Bald
gUe
ii un hereby notified and re-
d to pies, in any claims and de-
iiis which sou may Lave against
. of ESTELI K ISRAEL
as. ,i |ate of Dade County, Ftar-
to the County Judges of Dade
i I and til., the same in duoll-
and aa provided In Beotlon 731 -
Florida Ktatulea, in thalr office*
Ihi t'lmntj Courthouse In Pad.
Inly, Florida, within six calendar
li'h- from ihe lime of the first
picatlnn hereof, or the same will
irred
,.i.....i Miami. Florida, thli nth
Sim All I"T1
CHESTER .r :l:' HER
MEl ei: AScii
lora o! ili.* Betati of
i v-ivii.. Israel. I iec< a ted
si puhli.ati.il of ibis ll.di. e OP
lUgU "'71
KS, K Sl-I w. Pt IRTER.
INW IN ,v KKNIN
^,f| '..is
-: sin. I
_'7 3 1"
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
i HEI BBY GIVEN that

esN undei lllous name
lYNAM Ii" \\ \TER FII TBH I
ii \ vi-miu M laleah, Fl i
. ...... ..... with
. Circuit I' in "' Dadi
RAUL Rl'ISANCHEJ!
s 20-27 9 ::-1"
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-15574
PETITION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
In UK: The Marriage ol
LYNDA N UOIJJOPF, Wife, and
BARRY Ml "J.lxiKF, Husbanil
TO: IIAKUY MUI.IXIFF
Apartment l -8
iH'fil S"inh 100th PI../a
Omaha, Nebraska, 6X127
You. ItAltKY MiM.IMiKF, are here-
by notified that Petition for Disso-
Plaintiffs iuti......f Marriage has bean filed
aminai you and you are required to
aOrve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Petition for Dissolu-
tion of Marriage on Petitioner's at-
torneys. MYER8. KAPI-AN, liniTKU
I i:\l\S. IN KENI.N. ICO B.W. 1st
Sireet, Miami. Florida 11110, and
tile the original Answer or Pleading
In the Qfflea of the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit on or before the 17th day of
September. I9T1. If you fall to do s...
judgment by default will be taken
against you for Ihe relief demanded
in the Petit iod fop Dissolution of
Marriage
This noli,-.- shall be published onee
each we, k for four consecutive weeks
111 TH8 JEWISH FLORIDlAN.
IK INK A Nl> ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this r.'th dav of August ll'Tl
K II I.KATHKKMAN. Clerk,
Clrcuil Court. Dad. County, Florida
By: C P. COPKI.AMi
lenutv Clerk
icir.iiit iv.un Seali
MYERS, KAI'I.AN. PORTER,
l,K\INS"N & KBN1N
1150 S W 1 -t Street
Miami. Florida 13U0
Attorn, \ for I'eiiiioner
S
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-3168
in RE: Estate or
ESTHER SHKA
Deceaaed.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing Cluims or Demands Against Said
K state:
You are hereby notified and raqulr-
d to.preaent any claims and demmwls
which you maj have agalnal the es-
laie of ESTHER SHEA deceased late
ol Dade County, Florida, to the Coun-
ty Judges of Tiade County, and file
Hie same in dupln ate and as provided
in Beetlon 731.16, Florida Statutes, in
their offices in the Count>- Courthouse
in I lade County. Florida, within six
calendar months from the time of the
first publication hereof, or ihe same
will be barred.
Haled at Miami. Florida, this 30th
day of July. A.1L 1971.
RICHARD SIIKA
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
ihe 6th day of August, 1971.
AARON K ANN Kit
Attorney for Richard BHBA
:i4 City National Hank Hldg.
S 6-13-10-27
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
L'il-L'7 f 1-10
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-14655
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
In HE: Th. Marriage of
BERTRAM F KAFFMAN, Husband
and ANNE HERTZ KACI'MAN. Wife
T<>: BERTRAM F, KM I MAN
SSI P< art Street
New York City, N Y. IO0S8
You. BERTRAM F KACKM AN.
ai, hereby notified that a Petition I Alnaley Building
for Dissolution of Marriag* has been Miami, Honda 31
filed against you, and you are re-
quired to serv. a ,,,p> ,.f your An-
swer or Pleading to the BUI of Com-
plain! on the Claimiffs attorni >
SIDNEY EFRONSON, 612 Alnaley
luilding, Miami. Florida 33132 and
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
NO. 71-3221
In RE: Estate nf
SARAH SIIKIR,
Deceaaed.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demand! Against Said
Estate:
You are hi reby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate of SARAH SHEIR, deceased late
of Dade County, Florida, to the Coun-
ty Judges ,.i Dade County, and file
th, sain,, iii duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section 733,16, Florida Stat-
u11 in their offices in the county
Courthous in Hade County. Florida,
within six calendar months from tlie
time of the first publication h.-reo.
or the same will be barred.
Dated ill Miami. Florida, this 3id
dav of August, A IV 1971.
ARTHUR SIIK1K
\s Executor
Flral publication of this notice on
ihe 6th da> of August. 1971
SIMON, II SYS ti GRUNDWERG
SUol liej |..r Fixe. Ut
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
No. 71.14829
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
in RE: The Marriage of
MARIA SlitiilM rfciUKEIKA.
Wife. PETITIONER,
And
JOSE DA ROCHA PEHRE1RA
Musi.and, KE8PI INDENT.
TO: .HiSE DA ROCHA FERHEIRA
140.". Townsend Avenue, Apt. 4
Bronx. New York 10461
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a PETITION FOR DISSOLU-
TION OF MARRIAGE has been filed
against you You must file your an-
swer or other pleading with this of-
fice on or before the 7th day of
September, 1971, and a copy thereof
must he served on JOSEPH C.
i.acssei.. Attorney for Petitioner, | publication hereof. (,r
71S s.yhold Building, .Miami, Florida
M132, or a default svlll be entered
against you.
DATED this 3rd day of August.
1971, at Miami, Hade Count)', Florida.
E. B I.EATHER.MAN
Clerk, Circuit Court
Hade County. Florida
By: C P. COPBLAND
lieputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seall 8/6-18-20-27
g/6-18-21-27
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 30th day of July A I>
1971.
K I! I.KATHERMAN. Clerk,
Circuit Conn, Dade County. Florida
Ity: I!. M. KISSER
I i.nuty Clerk
(("in uit curt Seal)
SIDNEY EFRONSON
612 Alnsley Building
Miami. Florida 13132
Attorn*] I"i I'laintiff ^ .
Miami, Florida 33131
x 13 20-27
NOTICE OF ACTION
ITHE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
|LcVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
|ADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
No 71-15517
ENTIN RODRIGL'BZ,
band,
vp
RODRIGUEZ,
KAY RODRIGUEZ
M-.". I ': nmes Avenue
Norfolk. S'a
a KAY RODRIGUEZ are here-
"Hi'd that a Petition for DiSSO-
1 of Marriage has been filed
[list you. and you are required
1 i vr a popy of your Answer or
Wing to ihe Petition on the Petl-
r's attorney, MITCHELL.I I TP-
nf FRIEDMAN & I.IPCON,
8.W s si.. Suite 109. Miami.
pda 33134 and file the original
or Pleading In the office of
Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
the 20th day of Sent 197J. If
ail to do so, judgment by de-
will I,,, taken against you for
relief demanded in the Petition.
Is notice shall be oublished on. e
week for four consecutive weeks
IE JEWISH FIOHIDIAN.
pNK AND ORPEHED at Miami.
Uiis 12th day of Aug. AD.
B l.KATffF.ltsr.SN. Clerk.
luit Court, bade County, Florida
By: R. M K1SSKE
. l.i.riutv Clerk
IBM a Si t.mrsx
JIIKLL .1 I.IPCON'
Tey for Plaintiff
!_ tith St.. Suite 109
Florida 33134
8/20-27 9/3-10
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
No. 71-15777
In RE: The Marriage of
S SI.I.Y ANNE 8IMBR s I \\ Ife, and
lulIN HE' I RGB Bl.MBRAT, Husband
n J( IHN GEORGB SIMHRAT
m; Washington Stn t
Hoi n Ni Jersey
You JOHN GEORGE S1MBRAT,
relit notified lhal an e II
. i. iu hai oi
filed HgU you -"'I "
, v .., your will
i,l ILLEHMH
l-HIN "'I -s lit* Art
. :. the ori
wiih the Clerk of the I Uit i 'in
,.. |4t| da) ol bepl .
i.,7l ,.,,,,... -. ., di faull will i". t;i
..,. i ... st you ",|"'' '
r pel
u
.,,, htrn f"i un utiye wei k.
, THE JEWISH Fl OHIDIAN.
WIT! id and Ihl
Florida, this
Iflth 'i i) sun s Ii 1971.
K R I BATHERMAN, Herk,
,,,, ii Court Dade County. Florida
Hj R M kisski-:
i,, put) Clerk
(ClrCUil CoU't S, I .
QUH.I ERMO Si (STCrl
i..i N \v 12th Avenue
Miami, Florida
Attorney for I litloner
x 20-27
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-2175
JOHN R BLANTON
NOTICE OF PROBATE
In RE: Estate ..I
MEYER FRANK
He. eased
THE STATE OF FLORIDA: ......
TO Al.l. PERSONS [NTERBSTED
IN THE B8TATE "F SAID DECE-
You are hereby notified Ihat a
written instrument purporting to be
last will and testament of said
been admitted to pro-
Court. You are hereb)
withm si\ calendai
, the date of Ihe flral
puhllcntlon of this notice to appear Ir
said Couri ami show cause, If all) you
,an. whj the action of s.,i,i Court In
admitting said will to probati anould
ii.I unrevi
JollN R HI ANTON
Count) Judge
H) MEI |; v '' D'UK
i'I, il-
I Si
ST \NI.EY M PRED nf
ir.il and Ni > man Attornt yt
. i. i i .! ral Builumg
mi e
|... ,, liotic,
ihe l lay ul kugu t. II
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
No. 71-15116
NOTICE TO DEFEND
In RE: The Marriau-e of:
DOLORES MARIAN PAWLOW8KI,
Wife, I'eiiiioner.
S N I >.
MARION BPMOND PAWLOWSKI,
Husband, Respoudc-'iu
To: .Marion Kdmond Pawlowski
1116 Weal Washington street
Milwaukee, Wisconsin j'.SMt
vor are hereby notified that your
svife filed a petition for Dissolution
Of Marriage, ill this Court, and that
you must serve a copy of your An-
swer or other Pleading upon JOSBPH
C. I-ai'ssku her attorney) at "18
Seyl.old i:io>- .Miami. Florida 33112,
mil file the Original thereof in this
Court, on or before September 17th.
1971
FAII. NOT. otherwise Default Will
he entered against you.
Dated: August 6. 1971, at Miami.
Hade, Florida.
E. It l.E.STHKI'.MAN.
i '1. rk, Circuit Court
By; C. P. c ICELAND
Deputy Clerk
H 'ill-nil Court Seall
.n ISEPH LAI SSEL
At lorney At 1 .a IV
-,; Scyhold Hldg
I Miami. Florida 33131
Counsel for Petitioner
Tel. :17l 8674
S 13-20-27 9/1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
buslm ss under the fictitious name of
CENTURY DRAPERY SERVICE at | m'_;
150 N.SS 14th Sii.ei. Miami. Kla. in-
tends to register said name with the
i Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
< '..uni j. Florida.
JOHN BARBOSs
I 13-20-27 9 3
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-2911
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
MYRNA KOKBER
I ie, cased.
To All Creditors and All Persons H..
ing Claims or Demands Against S.
Estate:
You are hereby notified ana r.
quired to present an) claims and d -
mands which you may have attain
Ih. estate of MYRNA KOHHI* cl
oeased late of Dade County, PaSriria.
to the Count) Judge! of Dade Coo -
ty. and file the same in duolica i
and as provided in Section 733.:
Florida Statutes, in their ol'fi_ccs
the County Courthouse in Dade Cou -
ty, Florida. within six cal.ii.l
months from the time of the fir-i
be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this fc 1
day of Juiv. a.d. 1971.
MICHAEL KORBER
20 Island Avenue
Miami Reach. Florida
As Administrator
First publication of this notice >c\
the 20th day of August. 1971.
| FRANK El. ti AVRACH, P A.
Attorney for Administrator
4-n Lincoln Rd., Miami Beai-h
8/20-27 9/1-10
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tl !
Ihe undersigned, desiring to engu-i
in business under the fictitious nat )
of FRANKEI, S LINENS at 2521 O -
lino Avenue. Miami Beach, Flori'i:*
Intends to register said name tv:
the ci.rk of the Circuit Court t
Dad, i '..iimy. Florida,
LINDA FRANKEI.
MAC MERMEL.L
A: ut.i.y for Linda Frank.l
1900 B.W Third Avenue
Miami. Florida :'..".1L'9
8/6-13-2*-*'
the
di eil.nt has
bate in said
. ..mill lllde.l
months fi.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the underalg.....I, desiring to engage
ill business under the licit itious name
of RADIO AEROPUERTO at 50
Warren Lain, Key Blacayne, Fla.
intends to register said name with
Hi, Clerk of Ute Circuit Court of
l i.id. County, Florida.
.Ii 'SIC J S'H.A
\ gO-27 9 1-10
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-3339
(JOHN R. BLANTON)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
Abraham Herman Mazor
A k a Abe H, Maxor
I leceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons II. -
ing Claims or Demands Agalnal S:
Estate:
You arc hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and ol -
mands which you may have .mail
the estate of ABRAHAM HEI'.M <
MA/.ol: A It A ABE II. MAZOB lie
..ased i.iie of Dade County Fiord ,
to the County Judges of Dade Cou -
ty. and file the same In duplic
and as provided in Section 7:i;i
Florida Statutes, in their officaa ia
the County Courthouse in Dad, Cou -
| ty, Florida. within six ..ilein
iths from ihe time of the tir-
puhllcaltou hereof, or the same v
be barri Dai.d ai Miami. Florida, this 1]
day of August, A I 1971.
LILLIAN MAZOR
\s Executrix
First publication Of Ibis notice .)
Ihe 20th day of August. 1971.
I.i 'IIS i ilLLMAN
Attorney for Execul rln
:..'n tngrham BIdj Miami
8 80-27 9 1-1
9 ::
i\
3-10
notice under
fictitious name law
M (TICK HI ''<'' '; x '
ii,, underslgi il, dealt ns to i
i m buslm ss uiuli r Ihi fictitious ni
, i;. U'l il CHEMICALS nl f
\\ I39th Si Miami. Fii
,, later said t me Ith the I ".
,. the ''ii. uit Couri Dadi County,
P,orlda;8/ FLOYD r. m.^H
EI'GENE l EMLICH
tllnrne) for I 'rnui ii 'hemlcals
720 V Flagli -
Miami, Fla. 1111"
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious names
..i MARSHALL Zl'CKER, M D.; MAR-
SH.si.I. /.i CKER, M D P A. at
i; ii Alton Road. Miami Beach, Fla.
and at Suite 801, 1150 N ss
Sire. I. Miami, Fla intends to i
.in. .. Ith the Cli rk of the Clr-
cuil Court of Dole County, Fl
s si VKSIIAI I. ZUCKBR, M.D P.A
s|. 'RBER, ZE I'.l-. R< ISKI .s
HEI1 Bill INNER P S.
AI.....n pllcanl
100 N 11 BoUil Mild
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DACE COUNTY. FLORID\
NO. 71.15104
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION OF
PETITION FOR ADOPTION
\i IP FRANCIS RALPH
ilAHKK' "K, A K S FRANCIS
R s I.I'll fl 1 RSZKWICZ AND
ipELYN G M1RECK, A K A
.1 \, IFELYN UABSZEWICZ.
nor*
8 .'n-L'7 1/3-10
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-3333
(FRANK B. DOWLING)
NOTICE TO CHEDITORS
In RE: Estate of
ESTHER EI.KIN
ToAjT Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or in mands Agalnal said
''Vou'are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims ana de-
mands which you may have against
,he .state of ESTHER BLKIN de-
ceased late of Dad,- Uounty. Florida.
t the county Judges ol Dade Coun-
ty, and file the same In duplicate
a*,i as provided In Section 111 i.
KSrid" Statutes, in l**ta
the County Courthouse In Dade'Coun-
ty Florida, within six calendar ^nol hs
Irm th- time of the first nub 1.. -a .
hereof, or the same Wll '".'",'
Dated at Miami. Florida, this I0tn
"^"'^ERAM.Ki'KIN
As Kxccutor
Virst publication of this notice on
the JOth dav Of August. 19.1.
A^r^^^^ofEsihirElkln
19 West Flakier St Suite 317
Miami. Florida .,(l_ 9/J.,0
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-1035
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In KE: Estate "t
sADlE BECK
To All Credtoi-s and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Agalnal Said
Estate ,,, ,
You arc hereby notified and re-
mind to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
he estate "f SADIE BECK deceased
ate of Dade County. Florida, lo the
Counts- Judges of Dade County, and
file the -aim in duplicate and as
o.ovidcd in Section 733.10. Florida
Statutes, In their offices in the Coun-
i\ Courthouse In Dade County, Flor-
ida within six calendar months from
the time of ih. flral nubllcatlon here-
of or the saim will be barred.
Dated at Mian-; Florida, this 1th
da) of Auuusi. A D 1971.
I i\ \ i us RKCK svi>
ELAINE m'cis' l'i iDIN
\s Executors
Kii-.-i publication of -his notice
lb. ISth day of Aiwist. 1971.
GEORGE GILBERT
Attorney for Executors
i me Lincoln Itoad Building
Miami Beach, Florida ^^ f f
TO; LEONARDF GABRECh
A K S I l"< INAIID P.
.; ACS'/ESS ICZ
|3.-,4 Jackson Street
Ca 111.1. ii. New .1. rsi > 0*10t
YOU \RB HEREBY NOTIFIED
ili.n a Petition has bi eii filed iii the
above styled Couri b) FRANK R
CRANDON for ihe adoption of
FRANCIS RALPH OABRECK,
A K A FRANCIS RAICH OABSZL-
SS HZ. and JACOUBLYN GAltRJW'K.
\ K A .lAii.UKI.VN OABSZEWICZ
minors, by the Petitioner, FRANK
i: CRANDON, and you are required
to serve copy of your An-
swer or Objections to show cause
why said Petition should not be
granted on the attorney for Peti-
tioner, MORTON B. ZEMEL, 1876
N K I3rd Sir. el. North Miami H.a..b.
Florida, and file the original in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 17th day ot
September, 1971. if you fall m do so.
iu.lgm.nt by default will he taken
Dgalnsl you for the relief demanded
in the Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each w.ek for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FloRlDIAN.
PONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Fl.iida this illh day of August. 1971,
17 IS I.EATHEKMAN. Clerk.
circuit Court, Dade County. Florida
By: C. P. COPBLAND
lieimtv Cl.rk
,i 'IrcUil Court Seall
MORTON B ZEMEL
Attorn. \ for Petitioner
is7". \ i; ISSrd Street
North Miami Beach, Florida
8/13-2"-!:" 9/3
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 71-12733
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In RE: Thi Man lag< of
BARBARA liH SV and I.ARTY ORA
I', i: LARRY GRAY
It. 'i...... Unknown
VOL' ar. hereby notified that Pe"-
tloner, BARBARA CRAY, has fll 1
n petii loi i ) "a in ihe eh"\
tvled .-..111-1 for the dissolution of
the marriage therein, and you i -
.. u prve a i op) ol yout
answer or othi p pleadings, Ii ai ) U
ii MICHAEL A. L1PSKY, 66 SS'.
.. i. Miami. Florida
Petitioner, BARBA1 i
, sra\', file the original then
u ith thi Cli rk of Bald <'w< on
Tlli day of s. ptemo
.. a judgment by .i
fault will I"- taken against you grai
' ,i dilution of man-lag
Ihe rellel mandi .1 In the pi tltlm
WITNESS m) hand and the sea!
i. t! -
Vugui '. 1971
i: it LEATHERMAN,
11!! Ul
By: C P i I'El.AND
. :- Ull in S all
s 6-13-10-27
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THZ
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-15591
ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
In KE The Marriage of
LAUKAYNE MCNDEI.L. Wife, and
MARTIN ALAN Ml'NDELL, llusbat 1.
ro MARTIN ALAN ML'NDELL
c o Al Schragi r
B01 Bea.h 68th Street
Al v, rue. New York __, .
Y.u. MARTIN ALAN Ml NDI.l
a,,- hereby notified that an a.-ti.
for Dissolution of -Marriage has be.
filed against sou. and you are Jl
quired lo serve a copy of your writ-
ten defenses, if any. to it on the
Petitioners attorney. DAS ID t.
STONE. 1"1 N \V. 11th Avenu-
Miami. Florida and file the origin:
with th- Cbik of the Clrrcuit Cour~
on or before the 10th day Of Sep-
tember. 1971, otherwise a default Will
be entered against you for the rein
demanded in the complaint or petitin
This notice shall be published orJ
each week for four consecutive sveek-
iu THE JEWISH FI.OK1DIAN
WITNKSS my hand and the ar: .
..f said court at Miami. Florida, th -
12th day of August A.D. 1971.
i: B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk,
Circuit '"..url. Dade County. Mortals
IU: C P IMPKIAND
Deputy Clerk
(Clrcuil Court Seall
DASH' B STONE
101 N.W, 12th Avenue
Miami. Florida
Attorn.yfo. ivii...r^n^!3_i0


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eJewislh FloHidiairi
News Briefs
^
,mi. Florida Friday, Aug. 27. 1971
Section B
. l.mviIi*m ueoer, (left) presiaent of Greater
;ami Chapter, Mrs. Irving Wexler, planning
ommittee chairman, and Will Katz, Na-
onal American Jewish Committee director
ield services, plan Florida area, Amer-
an Jewish Committee Leadership Institute to
held Oct. 7-10 at Rod and Gun Club.
If I
Aiso attending the planning committee meet-
ing were Mrs. Aaron Foosaner, William
Gladstone, Mr. and Mrs. Joel Hirschhom,
Mrs. Lewis M. Kanner, Mrs. Dollye Schein-
berg, Mrs. B. Silverstein, Rabbi B. Tabachni-
koff, Dr. Walter Zand, area director, and Jack
Frankenstein, assistant area director.
Minkoff Recipient Of Human Rights Award
KOPEWELL JUNCTION. N.Y. Isaiah M. Minkoff. executive
vice president of the National Jewish Community Relations Advisory
Council, will be the recipient of the 1971 Human Rights Award of
the National Executive Board of The Workmen's Circle. William
Stern, executive secretary, has announced. The award will be pre-
.1 to Mr. Minkoff by Workmen's Circle president Bernard
Backer, at Circle Lodge here. Sunday Sept. 5.
Pouml Devalued By 20%
JERUSALEM (WNSl .1 devalued its pound by 20%,
setting the new value at 4.20 pounds to the dollar as compared with
the old rate ol 3,-5 pounds to the dollar. The new pound is worth
slightly less than '--' UJ3 '- In announcing the ('valuation over
the Israel radio, Finance Minister Pinhas Sapir declared thai de-
valuation had u "cause of the "defacto dollar
devaluation" and because : Israi 'a heavj defense outlays. Tiio
three basic causes of the new Israeli economic policy, Saphir said,
was the U.S. surcharge on imports, restrictions ..f the Common
Market customs union, and the Common Market 7795 duty rebate
riven to developing nations, which excludes Israel.
Thant Asked To Help Polish Jew
NEW YORK (WNS) George Bush, U.S. Ambassador to the
United Nations, has asked UN. Secretary General U Thant to help
reunite a Polish Jew who was hi ad of the fabled "Red Orchestra,"
the ant i-Nazi Soviet espionage ring which operated in France and Bel-
gium during World War II with his family in Israel. Bush's request
came after a discussion last week with Dr. William Wexler, chair-
man of the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish
Organizations. Wexler informed Bush that Leib Trepper and his
wife Liba. who are elderly and ill, have been refused permission to
leave Poland and join their sons in Israel.
DL Charges Publisher
Used Bias Headline
NEW YORK JTA> The
'dcr.t of G. P. Putnam's Sons.
I :.. hers, has twice rejected
Sims by the Anti-Defamation
kague of B'nad B'rlth that its
Ivcrtising for a book on Meyer
risky is airU-Semitic, the ADL
iHjrted.
|ADL national chairman Sey-
pur Graubard made public a
ritten exchange between ADL
ct-finding director Justin J.
ngcr and Putnam's president
niter J. Mtnton. In his first
^ter to Mlnton. Mr. Finger, re-
rring to an advertisement for
insky," by Hank Messick
eh was in the New York
Im.'s April 22. 24 and June 2,
pih the headline: "Jews Con-
Crime in the United States,"
kiied the ad "structured upon a
ptanl appeal to anti-Semitism,"
Hi added "since Putnam's co--
rtercd the Messick book worth
ilishlng, it likely has merits
which it could be advertised
thout -tipping into the murky
(itera of anti-Semitism."
|Mr. Minton repMed: "There
crooked Jews in America,
id if you read Hark Messick's
tinsky' you will learn some-
ling about them ... I am
fry to see the Anti-Defama-
3n league of B'nai B'rith leap-
to the defens" of people such
Meyer I-ansky."
IThe subject of the book, who
Ills himself a "retired business-
in," is said by federal authori-
; to be a longtime underworld
! r. He has been in Israel for
more than a year on a tourist
visa, seeking IsraeM citizenship
under the Law of Return and
refusing to return to the United
States to face racketeering
charges.
Mr. Finger, charging Mr. Min-
ton with distorting his argument,
wrote the publisher: "Certainly
there are (crooked Jews in
America) if the religion of a
crook is relevant, which it isn't.
But your statement hardly an-
swers our objection to the ad-
vertisement's headline, our
position being that this is a slur
against all Jewish people, since
it says something quite differ-
ent from the mere fact that
there are some crooked Jews.
In addition, the statement in the
headline is a He."
Mr, Finger also stressed that
he was not defending Lansky
but "all innocent Jews who were
linked to Lansky in Putnam's in-
sinuating ad," which he describ-
ed as an "appeal to bigotry or
the language of bigotry in ord a
to sell something." Mr. Minton's
first reply, he concluded, was
"surprisingly insensitive and hos-
tile to our natural concern about
such matters." In his brief re-
ply to Mr. Finger's second letter,
Mr. Minton called the ADL ar-
gument "unfounded."
In making the correspondence
public, Mr. Graubard said he
hoi>ed "that intelligent and re-
sponsible Americans of every
.illtinu.ll on Pin?* 15-B
Aline Kaplan (left) has been appointed executive
director of Hadassah, the Women's Zionist Organiza-
tion of America, according to an announcement
made by Mrs. Max Schenk, national president. Miss
Kaplan, who has served as assistant executive direc-
tor for the past year, succeeds Hannah Goldberg
(right) in the post left vacant when Miss Goldberg
was appointed special assistant to the president after
18 years as executive director.
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*Jmist> tier Mian
Faculty Orientation
Session At Academy
Dr. Barry Grcenherg. coordinator the Hebrew Academy and it* af-
of educational research for Miami- fi'.lated schools. Including the Louis
Dacle Junior College South, was (0 Mcr.vitzcr .Mcsivt.i High School and
i he Sqyth.PsdaJittfcw Academy,
has passed 800 students. School
.\< ;i- [\iesday for nursery, kinder-
garten and elementary school stu-
dents and Wedn< sday for junior
and senior high school students.
RABBI ALEXANDER S. GROSS
be the keynote speaker for th
Seminars on "Jewish Art fi>.- the
Holidays" and Jewish Music for
th'- Holidays" will be given this
(all by Sandy Goldman and Miriam
Donnet. art and music directors
for thi- Hebrew Academy.
p. '!.i Gross told the faculty Mi it
the completion of the Julius J. i
Ron n junior and senior high school '
building, now under construction
at 24th St. and Pine Tree Drive.
"will oi'ier us great opportunities
and gre:it challenges. The new :
building is lving constructed to j
! incorporate all of the modern tech-'
! tuques of cducition. and we must j
:-
Friday, fluq p
Temple Menorah Will Eliminate
Sunday Hebrew School Sessions

ruder a special program ol e I ii Sundaj sessions will be practically eJimin
< i during the coming academic year, Ronal i Hell
h i- innoonced,
roved f>y ihe T m\
child registered in the H-^rcw School Mei
[iven an >: tlon "herein he oOuM ehooa "-ni^a
mi school s talons or
-\ I prayer se* -ions Ove tt.
.-, | nd mo thai 9 opted to attend -'n\ii\
ing programs o i red bj the religions school.
Public relations consultant
Charles R. lacobson has re-
opened his Coral Gables offices
following a psriod of European
travel, and is beginning his 20th
year in the specialized services
of local health and welfare
institutions.
In essence, the program of instruction uT ,
minute stud) period in Ihe Bible, rituals and
isl; life, or highlights of Jewish Mftory. Stud
sign i t' ihetr regular w !<' iy d isse.- and
Vi/rrt teach r ;n their subject matter V
tared class, the entire sMi.lcrt boly will mei t
chapel t'> r rtic ife in
. > for ch In n.

:.il ?..' '. >tl r\11
-t of i
meet:
rhfl 'rrti|
If this ental educattortal program > Mv at tj.|
pV Mew I *i"l virtually mark the end of tt S '.r.daySdigl
.-. --.ons which lia\< been for gious scho '1 program.
orientation session of the Greater i SP0 t0 l ,h:lt """ teachers keep up
Miami K. brew Academy's 65-mem-
ber faculty Thursday.
Dr. Greenberg. who earned his
Ph.D. degree in Educational Re-
search at Now York University,
lusted his topic as "Educational
Change in a Changing World.*' A
teacher in the New York City
public school system for three
>ear.s, he has be;'n with Miami-
Dad? since earning his doctorate
in 1968. j
Rabbi Alexander S Gross, p. in-1' W*W*y W WrWlUJS Of.
cipai oi the Hebrew Academy for j Soviet Jewry Is Published
more than 22 of its 24 years, j NEW YORK The first corn-
opened the staff meetincs Wed.nes- wehensive bibliography ol recent
day. Five of the faculty were wel- writings about Soviet' Jewry has
corned back from visits to Israel Ven issued by the American Jew-
this Slimmer. ;< Committee as part of its on-
with or ahead of the facilities."
The rabbi said at least four more
graduates of the Hebrew Academy
ind its affiliated schools will be-
-.'in studies in Israel this year, join-
ing manv others already in resi-
dence. Martin Sterman, Howard
Self, Ellas Hoehner and Judith I
Kal.insky all have been accepted
by yeshivot in Jerusalem for ad-
vanced studii s.
Rabbi Gross said enrol'mnt u
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going program to focus world in-
terest on Soviet anti-Semitism ami
the fate of Jews behind the Iron
Curtain.
Entitled "Jean in the Soviet
Union: An Annotated Bibliogra-
phy." the 60-page booklet lists and
summarizes the more important
books, pamphlets. Journals and ar-
ticles on the .subject published [n
English since Jan. 1. 1967. A total
f 289 titles, including some from
Soviet sources, are noted. The
bibliograohica] entries are followed
by an index of authors, names and
laces, and a directory of publish-
ing organizations thai produce
"ranv of the items. Louise Rene-
nberg, a graduate at th"
-'' I of Library Service. Colum-
'' Univei sit). c implied the bib-
-.hy.
CRT Chapter's 1st Meeting
ipter ol Women's
RT will hold its first
f the j
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tiding placards spelling out the theme of next Tuesday's
bond annual Open Board Institute and installation of oi-
ls cie, from left to right (standing) Mrs. Burton R. Levey,
tsirent; Mrs. Donald Reiff, community organization vice
esictnt; Mrs. Salmon Bader, corresponding secretary; Mrs.
|ke Sumherg, education vice president; Mrs. Richard
Brickman, parliamentarian; (seated) Mrs. Howard J. Trinz.
leadership training vice president; Mrs. Leonard Friedland.
campaign vice president; Mrs. Howard Scharlin. area co-
ordination vice president; Mrs. Harry B. Smith, chairman
of the nominating committee, and Mrs. Edwin Oppenheim,
immediate past president.
Zionist Leaders To
Address Convention
NEW YORK Herman I.. \\Vi>-
tnan, national president <>f the
Zionist Organization of America,
a ill head a contingent of promi-
nent American Zionist leaders, who
will addivss the ZOA's 74th na-
tional convention. Sept. 2-5, in
Pittsburgh, Pa. Speakers will in-
-ludc past presidents Jacques
Torszyner, Dr. Max Nus-haum. Dr.
Gmanuel Neumann and Mortimer
M ty; Harry Torczvnor. national
''miivmi ,f tiv ZOA Public Af-
rz\n Committee. I^eon Uutovich,
the ZOA- national executive di-
>'. and Ilaim FinUelstein of
i ,.-.-..i,.P1 ., rnen'bor of the World
Zionist Organization Executive.
Convention speakers previously
announced an' Mai. Gen. Hiiim
Laskov, Counter Chief o. Staff of
i ho Isiael Defense Forces, Ehud
I Avriel of Jerusalem, chairnvui of
I lie Zionist Actions Committee of
the World Zionist Organization,
Rep. Gerald R. Ford. Minoity
Leader <>f th-' U.S. House of Rep-
i sent itivs, and Dr. Michael Z.uul.
'.'
H
^
d
Panel Discussion Highlight Of
.iiiiual Women's Division Event
stioH to in- posed at
i ,!nv's t Ireater Mi imi
- 1 dei at ion Women's Di
:\ >nd annual Open Hoard
lit' and installation of of-
Will there be a Jew-
:al Conservatory
jins 51st Season
M sail Conservatory, which
it* 51st 'season Sept. 1. is
fin.: utining in classical ballet,
I'-.i! instruments and voice.
M .ri; Conservator;, found 'd
i \A\ Bertha Poster, Is
,.' n<-C3>y it.s director, Thomas
lour. The Ballet Departmenl
h induing in graded classes
. Ballet winch include
bt lo:p;iique\ point work and
i jfrt&ge.
ty consists of Thomas
tour, who is i1-1 ai tistic direc-
[iv tti- Miami Billet Contt.an\.
h'l } ke, a codirector of th"
mi Ballot, and Rio Cordy. a
Bt ol the Miami Ballet.
ty of (he Music Depart-
i des Lillian Bennett, pi-
lot Costa, guitar; Esther
lebrand, piano; Elaine Hopper,
accordian; Olivia L*a-
rit/, p.anj. accordian and gul-
Pcrry North, guitar, piano and
net; Roy Oliver, voice and ac-
lian; Mona Rodman, piano;
Ldc Sullivan, piano: Harry
. tax, and Ruth Wilson.
MAXWELL BERGER, RABB!
Ish Cammunlti in 1980?"
A highlight of the event, t i be
held in tiic new Greater Miami
Jewish Fed ration building at
1200 Biscayne Blvd., will be a
panel discussion on this topic
modci ated by Edward Cohen,
adinini-strator of Temple Israel
of Greater Miami. Panelists will
include Myron A, Bore/in. exec-
utive director, ym-ywha of
Greater Miami; Eugene Green-
span, executive director, Jewish
Vocational Some ; Leon Fisher,
executive director, Jewish Fam-
ily & Children's Sen ice; Gordon
Silvcrman, assistant director,
Hillel Jewish Student Center.
University of Mi uui, and Mrs,
Robert I. Shapiro; a member of
Federation Planning Committee
on Jewish Education.
According t'> MtS. Howard J.
Trinz, chairman of, the day, an
invitation has been extended I i
the total community; reservi-
may be m i !> by calling the
Women's Division office.
Other events on the Women's
Division calendar include a
Speakers Development Program
on Sept. 7. designed to better
equip the Women's Division area
board members to interpret the
human needs served by Fed-
eration and its agencies. Mrs.
Aaron Fan- is serving as chair-
man >f this program.
On Thursday, Sept. 23, Mrs,
Leonard Friedtand and Mrs.
Jerome Kipnia campaign vice
president* will set plans tor the
1972 Combined
Israel Emergency Fund cam-
paign effort at the second cam-
paign cabinet meeting.
Presidents' day. chaired by
Mrs. Donald Reiff, vice president
of community organizations, will
be held on Oct. 7. Area board
members will host the n-.ly-
elected presidents of women's
Jewish community organizations,
with tin- theme "Happiness i-i
Helping Partnership in Dia-
logue 1972." The day will stress
the interdependence of the Fed-
eration's Women's Division with
other organizations.
On Nov. 9 'Passport to Li e"
community education day will
i>o held according to Mrs. Mike
Sumberg, education vice pn -
dent. Mrs. David Miller "ill
chair the event.
leu ish Appeal-
REV. M0R0ECAI YARDEINI, CANTOR

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taken now. Daily Minyan mornings and evenings^
Adult classes for various courses Sisterhood, Men s
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North Shore, B.B.W., Meet
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Shore Chapter, B'nai B'rith Wom-
n, will be heid Tuesday, Sept. 14,
nt 1 p.m. in the American Savings
Bank, 1200 Lincoln Rd. A demon-
stration by Merle Norman Cos-
untie St"dio nnd original readings
by Esthei ("ins rg are on the
agenda, accoti'i a to Caroline
Gell.'f. president.
'C.'fice Warming' Monday
.uiami Chapter of Hadassah's
'irst board meeting of the yeai
will be a 10 a.m. Monday Office
Warming" at their new quarters
in the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration Building, 4200 Biscayn*
Blvd.. Mrs. Morris Herman, prosi-
ii nt. has announced. A luncheon
for Chapter board members will
follow the meeting and a tour of
the offices and facilities.
Mrs. Irving Wexler
the worker training
Nov. 29 and 30.
wi'.l chair
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Friday, Aug. 27,
1971
Rabbi Moshe Greebel New
Yeshiva School Principal
A loading educator in the He-
brew day school field has been
named principal of Yeshiva Day
work in developing musical appre-
ciation programs for young boys
and girls, said that the school pro-
;ram for the coming year would
be enriched with a comprehensive
cultural curriculum. He also stress-
ed that an intensive athletic pro-
gram would be incorporated in the
school curriculum.
Yeshiva Day School will open
lor its second yea* on Tue
Sept. 7. offering a complete, com-
bined Hebrew and general studies
un from nurserj through the
elementary grades. It is affiliated
with the National Society for He-
brew Day Schools and meets the
st standards of the Dade
County and the State of Florida
- of Public Instruction.
Herzl Honor New Director
Of Education At Emanu-El
RABBI MOSHE GREEBEL
School. 990 NE 171st St.. North
Miami Beach, according to Irving
Seidel, president of North Dade's
only Hebrew day school. He is
Rabbi Moshe Greebel. former ad-
ministrator of the Yeshiva Day
School of Plainlield. N.J. and a
teacher in the New York City
school system.
Rabbi Greebel has a B.A. degree
from Brooklyn College and an M.A.
degree in Educational Administra-
tion from Seton Hall University.
He was ordained at the Rabbinical
Seminary in Brooklyn headed by
Rabbi S. Z. Schneersohn.
The new head of Yeshiva Day
School, a former orchestral mu-
sician who has done pioneering
Social Briefs
Blanche Brass and Helen Li-
pinsky, Miami's first "drama
duet," were to give a dramatic
present at ion of Claude Berri's
book. -The Two of Us." at the
Thursday evening meeting of
the Alien House Social Club.
Program chairman is Mrs. Ar-
thur Winarick.
% it tt
A 40th wedding anniversary
dinner celebration for Mr. and
Mrs. Leon Lepselter. 9172 Emer-
son Ave., Surfside. was held re-
cently at Kings Bay Yacht and
Country Club. Hosts for the oc-
casion were their daughter and
son-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Allen
Abelson of Coral Gables, and
their son, Irwin Lepselter, and
his wife, from New Jersey. The
Lepselters, who were married in
New York, are the grandparents
of five.
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assume his duties ;.i the ten
September.
In spite of his youth, Mr. Kim-
chi has a very ricli background in
Hebrew training and teaching. He
attended schools in Europe and
Israel and served in the Israeli Air
Force and for the NATO forces. A
native of Israel, he came to Miami
seven years ago and has been
engaged in Hebrew school teaching
and youth activities.
The temple school is now ac-
cepting registrations of children
'rom kindergarten aw through Bar
Mitzvah. Additionally, post-Bar-
Mitzvah and Confirmation classes
are now being formed, to start
immediately after the holidays.
The Hebrew School classes will
start on Sept. 7 and the Sunday
School classes will start on Sept.
12. The teaching staff for the Sun-
day School will include Mrs. Jef-
frey- Poilev. Carol Trager, Eileen
Winderbaum and V'alorie Fried-
II.T/1 Honor, formerly of Zions-
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manu-EI as Director of
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N Bai Lrman of the Board
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Irving Lehman, spiritual
mgregation, r.
r the rHrectton of Mr.
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The Lehrman D iy School, nni,
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Friday. Aug. 27. 1971
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Mrs. Wernick Is Appointed
Women's Division Director
i Wernick, nationally
loader on behalf of Is-
nany civic and philanthropic
Irael, ma
at
MM. DtBBH WKNICK
asps, has ftpffl appointed Worn-
I T of the Great.-r Mi im
Bond H tnizatloh, Mich lei
.i:w director, haa
The [srael Bond Organizatl in
' :iity as a whole is
" te !ri riaving a person 61
rs, W rnick's dedication, organi-
I ij 9kU!s and w,: n. p. r
ki res i- 'M-.i'i of the Women's
i of the Israel Bind Organi-
. fffh!i Mr. UtvSjk said. "Mrs.
J'i'l>.^.s achieved noteworthy
kd recognition
>r her leadership on behalf of
ny c Tuxmrni| causes and pairtic-
1 ly thr ?:-:,. ... Israel."
Mrs. Wernick, th ui-t-w of the
!N)'>i K.:'iy :: Werntek. is a
rants Given to 72
Graduate Students
\-t:\v yop.k
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si .,,"- i'th and
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,-. na\ Jew
W ird.
This year's grants to date are
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it! m "' -r than tha : In
r, Tl).--;e ircre'-v- have been
y l DC SI h> the use of i .1-
: o :' "1!- t) sui->le-
ii- at grants trom J and V. in
lai ma pnrts of the United Stati s
|r.d Canada!
Mr. Boston was one of five re-
El> erts o: a National Scholarship
mik? grant, and also received a
>HT ptom the VM-YWHA of
Sreater k&bnii
past president of the M a n Be 1 h
Chapter of Hadassah; pasi ,..,-.-
ient of the southeast ion \ {.
tional Women's |
Synagogues ol America; a m mb r
01 the board : rs of the
Women's Division of the Great -
Miami Jewish Federation and
serves on the Planning Committee
for Jewish Edi eition of -he Jew-
ish Federation In 1970 was the
' I the "Woman of Va'or"
award, thi hig 11 si award which thi
State ol !>.:,., can best >w upon a
woman.
Among leadership n! s which
Mrs. W rnick has held ire program
chairman and I p training
chairman of the Flo d Ri gion of
Hadassah and recording secretary
of the Bun au of Jewish E I ication
at Greater Miai
Mrs W iek organized thi
high-ris. groups of Ha I -- h
country, including the Southg it <
Group :' rradassah, which sh
served as its Oral prei i! 'nt.
John V. Blalock (third from left), public rela-
tions director of Brown & Williamson To-
bacco Corp.. is shown with B & W president
Edwin P. Finch (left) receiving the National
Medal of Merit from the Jewish War Vet-
erans of the USA from national commander
Albert Schlossberg (second from left) and
commander Samuel Stern, Louisville Post
No. 179. JWV gave the award to Blalock
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Temple Beth El Expects
Its Largest Enrollment
RefetatRM nt th, Temple BeTJ school is awaited by th# fciroau
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between 9 a.m. and noon Sunday.|o( cert.l.ed experienced teachers.
Sr. Samuel Z. Jaffe. spiritual lead- The outstandm* musicalI pro-
r. he* announced. The school com-, gram is under the oil ecttonof
mittee anticipates the largest en- Mrs. Irwhi **^***
-ent in temple history this fa'l. program haa been in t la I f
Once a,-ain Temple Beth El will I the Saturday morning department
offer a creative educational pro-
gram for child;en from kindergar-
ten to confirmation. As in the past.
thi seventh through 10th grade
will meet Saturday morning, while
kindergarten through six:h grade
will meet Sunday morning. The He-
brew Department has been expend-
ed to a four-year term beginning
with children in the fourth grade
who will have attained their ninth ,
birthday in December.
Since children attend various
sch ls with divergent schedules,
para'lel Classes have been arranged ,
;,t d;'fp-nt hour*, in n1'"' t BC-
to eneou.age individual research
:ind study. The Confirmation De-
partment will encompasa exciting
nroiects such as veekend retreat
and summer Israel pilgrimage.
The school committee comprises
10 members of the congregation un-
der the chairmanship of Allan Or-
lovc. to help implement a dynamic
educational program for all ages.
Arnold Pakula is the principal, and
Kenneth Ta rove is the principal
teacher in the Hebrew Department.
Plans are being formulated to
provide bus service to the religious
cho '1 for families in the outer
Religious School
Classes Resume
Religious sch.M>l classes at TVm-
i pie Tifercth Jacob wiUbe resumed
Si Tuef*ry. Sept. 7. They will be
held from 4-6 p.m. Monday through
rhursday. m^.
SundaV Sclioot anTkind TRarten
classes, from LO-12 noon, will begin
on Sunday. Seot. 12.
All departments will be instruct-
ed bv a competent stafl under the
persor il aupenision of Ral bi Na-
than Zs'.ondek and under the au-
I spices of the Bureau of Jewish
Education.
The tempi.- office is open from
9-12 noon Monday through Friday
and Sunday from 10-12 noon.
BETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION
Announces Registration for its
Religious School is open now
Tuition is ffee for all grades
For Information and Registration
call 538-1251, or come to
Beth Israel Congregation
770 W. 40th Street
Miami Beach. Florida
coinniodete'theh-" enrollment "in the|H^vwood area. For information.
Hebrew School. The rcligio-s call the temple office.____________
Rabbi Sanford M. Shapero
Given UAHC Appointment
Rabbi Sanford M. Shapero. who
has been part of the executive
management team of the North
RABBI SAMOKD M. SHAPERO
of Hebrew Letters degrees at the
Hebrew Union College-Jewish in-
stitute of Religion in Cincinnati,
where he was ordained.
Rabbi Shapero served as a U.S.
Maw chaolain and as a chaplain
for the Veterans Administration.
He has been Involved m various
teen programs and youth camps
as well as civil rights and preven-
tion of drug abuse.
Dr. Shapero is a member of the i
Central Conference of American!
Kablis, Rotary International, the
| American Management Associa- j
tion. American Society for Micro- '
I biology. American College of Nun- i
ing Home Administrators and the I
Htalth. Rabbi Shapero last year
completed a course in financial re- i
porting and corporate strategy at
Harvard Graduate School of Bust- !
ness.
6th Grade Added
At Dhole* Torah
Miami-based firm of North Amer-
ican Biological!, Inc., since 1969.
is the new director of the South-
east Council and South Florida
i deration of the Union of Amer-
ican Hebrew Congregations. His
appointment Was announced early
this month by Rabbi Maurice
Fisendrath. president.
Rabbi Shapero. a resident of
North Miami Beach, will be cov-
< ring Grand Bahama Island as
w< 11 as the states of South Caro-
lina. Georgia, Florida. Alabama
and eastern Tennessee for the
UAHC in his new post.
A native ot Dayton, Ohio, Rabbi
Shapero graduated from the Uni-
Vi rsitv of Dayton, and earned his
Bachelor's, Master's and Doctor
Oholei Torah Day School. 500
SW 17th Ave.. has announced the
addition of sixth grade classes as
well as the innovation of a num-
ber of interesting and unusual
courses, including piano lessons.
choir and dramatics.
A Home Feonomics course will
be offered by Mrs. Bertha Makov-
sky. who has a B.A. degree in that
field. It will include shopping,
cooking, menus and food values. A
course in Home Handicrafts, in-
eluding knitting, hand stitching,
embroidery and simple sewing will
also be- offered by Mrs. Makovsky.
with the assistance of Mrs. Kima
Raden. a handicraft counselor for
15 years. A limited number of
scholarships are still available.
Philip Weiss, owner and manager of the Royal Hungarian
Restaurant, hands S.O.S. tFekets entitling the bearer to a
seven-course deluxe Kosher dinner at his establishment to
Mis. Melvyne W. Somrrters, founder and president of Save
Our Seniors. Inc. A number of recipients of the organiza-
tion's generosity are also shown enjoying their meal.
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Friday, Aug. 27. 1971
Miami
i:ih.'l A. Blake, who launch .1
the lirst outdoo: art stvcv in
Coconut Gix>\o following World
War II, will1 haw a ortv-maii
showing of her; u-orks the month
ol SefrtetTtMl at Kings Bay
Yacht and Country Club. The ex-
hibit in fne club's art gallery
will Ik> open to the public
Cr v &
Robert (lu.v.nian, administra-
tive assistant at the Country
Manager's Office, is leaving that
post to attend law school at the
University of Miami.
Cr 6 ft
Don Kaplan, president of Flag-
lei Insurance Agency, is in the
top L'O nationwide of volume life
insurance producers for the
Travelers Insurance Company.
In 1909 Mr. Kap'an was number
one internationally for the com-
pany in volume production and
in 1970 he was in the top 20.
Travelers has more than 50.000
agents throughout the world,
ft ft ft
1*90 Kay. president of Leon
Has Volkswagen, Inc.. Miami,
has been named chairman of the
Greater Miami International
Automobile Show, to be held
Nov. 6-14 at the Miami Beach
Convention Hall, according to
an announcement made by Rob-
ert LandNUn, Chrysler-Plymouth
dealer and president of the
Greater Miami Automobile Deal-
ers Association
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Thirty-one courses covering a
variety of subjects >>f interest to
professtonal and pflraprofessional
people working i.n the field of
genatrHsj will !>. offered this
fall by the Frederic I). /.inn
Center for Instruction, teaching
arm of Th- Jewish Horn.' and
Hospital for Aged in New York
City. The fall semester will be-
gin Oct. 11.
'ft ft ft
Arthur Ft-kller returns to con-
duct the Greater Miami Phil-
harmonic Pops orchestra at 8
p.m. on Saturday in the Marine
St uiuim on RickenhacksT Cause-
way. AJso featured on the float-
ing stage with Mr. Keidler will
be local pianist. Anita Casti-
glionc.
ft ft ft
Kinsft Bay Country Club will
1- thtS.'scen? of a gala dinner-
dance at H p.m. Saturday. Sept.
IK, sponsored by the Suburban
league.for the benefit of Va ri-
ot*. Children's Hospital League
president is Mrs. lay Mitchell;
dance chairman Mrs. Melvin Ai-
/nslitaf. Mrs. Maurice Krieil-
Luul is in charge of reservations.
ft ft ft
Slstei Mary Dorothy Browne.
O.P., Pb.i).. president of Barry
Oollegfjj welcomed Barry's fac-
ulty at; the annual faculty din-
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enings
Juvenile Diabet. s Foundation Is
one of the first groups in the
country devoted specifically to
the greatly neglected problem of
gated from adult diabetes. The
Foundation, chartered as a non-
profit corporation, has been ini
tiated by parents of diabetic
children in the Miami area
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Paul Walker, Dade County
Volunteer Savings Bonds Chair-
man, has reported that July Bom
sales in the county were $1,725,-
648 and the county achieved
71.798 of its annual sales goal
July 31. The county chairman
noted that the Series E Bond,
which small savers can purchase
through the Payroll Savings Plan
where they work, represent 93';
of Florida Savings Bonds sales
this year; Series H Bonds ac-
count for the remaining V.'<.
V #
The North Shore branch of
American Savings, which has
been o|en since May in tem|M>-
rary facilities in the Burleigh
House, will open Monday in per-
manent quarters at 200 71st St..
on the corner of elfrt Street and
Collins Avenue. Miami Beach,
ft. ft
J. M. I.eleiiuk. vice president
of the American Savings & Loan
Association, will attend the
World Congress of the Interna-
tional l:nion of Building Socities
and Savings Associations in Ber-
lin, Sept. 12-17.
ft ft ft
Dr. E. c. Kaplan, director of
Florida'- unique training school
for meat Inspectors it Miami,
and irvin Steinberg, an Instruc-
tor have completed a course of
training conducted by the U.S.
C msumer & Marketing Service
at North Texas State Univer-
sity, Denton, Tex. They were
among 20 training officials of
state meat inspection programs
from all parts of the country
who took the U.S. Department
of Agriculture course.
now
running
tier Sur.day
ci isseg will
in Thompson Hall.
i' commencing on
Monday.
'.. ft ft
Mrs. Konert Krone wit t is pres-
ident ol an organization to aid
famihusi with diabetic children
reentry formed in Miami. The
Post Time: 1:30 pm.
colder
race course
Admission: SI.Grandstand;
12. Clubhouse.
210th St. t 27th Ave.NW.
Miami. Fla.
Broward 523-4324 / Dade 625-1311
Tiny Tot Class Registering
The program is designed for chil-
dren four and five years of age: a
Registrations are now being |chi|d may enter Tinv Tot cla-es
Co a Gables Youth Center, jvhere ,d ay o. activity including arts
wtivities will begin on Tuesday, .,, crafts, music and songs, field
Sep.. 7. Hours are 9 a.m. unt.....ips and sv;mming at v,,ncian
noon. Monday through Friday Pool, at any time.
Rev. Mordecai Yardeini, who
assumes his duties as cantor
at Temple Zamora of Coral j
Gables early next month, will
chant the Selichos service at |
midnight Saturday. Sept. 11,
beginning the High Holy Day
observance. Cantor Yardeini
has earned a reputation as a I
concert singer, radio star and .
recording artist, and has a num- I
ber of original compositions to
his credit.
Wometco Theatres
rTTP
Dustln
Hoffnvin
wrtti to itnow
"Who is
Harry
Kelrerman
and why
is he saying
those terrible
bout things
me?
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the conformist
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Friday. Aug. 27, 1971
Switzerland Honeymoon Destination
For Rosemary Folk. Jerome B. Orlin
Rosemary Hope Falk, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Falk. 1050
Alfonso Ave.. and Jerome B. Orlin.
son of Mrs. Lillian Orlin. 2014 SW
17th Tor., were married Sunday.
Aug. 22, at Temple Zion. Rabbi
Norman Shapiro officiated. The
lit- s were followed by a reception .
at the Eden Roc Hotel.
Thi- bride, a graduate of Coral
Gabli-s Senior High School, is en- I
rolled at the University of Hart-
ford; the groom, a gtaduate of
Wharton School ar.d the Univer-
sity of Pennsylvania, attends the
Yale School of Medicine.
Bridal attendants included Ju- :
dith Richard, matron of honor.
Hilarie Rosenfeld. Gina Scheaffer, |
Marsha Sokoloff and Nancy Stein, j
bride smaids, and Diane Sokoloff.
junior bridesmaid. Martin Orlin
was best man; Stanley Langbein.
Daniel Sokoloff. Gary Sokoloff.
Terence Sokoloff, Gordon Soko-
loff, Joseph Falk and Barry Rich-
ard ushered.
MRS. JtROMl B. MUM
Mr. and Mrs. Orlin will live in
New Haven, Conn., after a honey-
moon in Switzerland.
ROBIN PILZER
Robin Pilzer Engaged
To Robert S. Graham
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Pilzer, 7815
Noremac Ave., Miami Beach, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter. Robin Beth, to Robert
Stuart Graham, son of Irving Berg
of -North Miami Beach and the
late Mrs. Berg.
The bride-elect graduated from
Miami Beach Senior High School
and has attended the University of
Oklahoma. Her fiance also grad-
uated from Miami Beach Senior
High School. He is presently en-
rolled at Miami-Dade Junior Col-
'<
A January wedding is being
planned.
Sorority, Fraternity Hold
Conventions Concurrently
Delta Phi Epsilon Social Sorority I Henry Kramer of Jacksonville for-
J $Z ?? Phi S0Cial Fra-Ir M chairman of the Florida
termty will hold concurrent inter-1 Board of Education, who is re-
nat.onal conventions at the Dip- sponsible for much of the phe-
tomat Hote1 Aug. 26-30. The join, nomenal growth and prominence
meeting will feature coed panel
discussions, leadership training, and
social functions. Individual busi-
ness meetings and workshops will
also be held.
Dean Marjorie Abrams of the
University of Miami will conduct
a leadership training session dur-
ing the convention and the con-
temporary college scene will be
reviewed by a panel. In addition,
there will be a speaker from the
Sierra Club to discuss the ways
and nxsuw by which the two inter-
national organizations can work
for this national conservation
group.
Mrs. Joseph G. Shopiro of 1450
Lincoln Rd.. Miami Beach, is
Delta Phi Epsilon's international
president and Erwin E. Cooper of
Boston. Mass.. is Tau Epsilon
Phi's. Mrs. Shopiro will present
the Delta Phi Epsilon "Woman of
the Year" award to Mrs. Burton
Kossoff, an alumna member of the
Borority. who is a trustee of the
National Cystic Fibrosis Research
Foundation and a founding mem-
ber of its Manhattan chapter,
which she serves as president.
Cystic Fibrosis is the sorority's
international philanthropic project
Mrs. Melvyne Sommers 2120 Lu-
cerne Ave.. Sunset Island IV, M.B..
will be honored for her service to
the community during the conclave.
Mr. Cooper will confer TEP'S
'"Man of the Year" award upon
Kristall-Deblinger
Temple Kmanu-El was the set-
ting for the candlelight ceremony
uniting Adrienne Renee Deblinger
and Raymond Alan Ktistall in
marriage Saturday. Aug. 21. The
8:30 p.m. rites were conducted DJ
Rabbi Irving Lchrman.
The bride, daughter of Ml
Mrs. Murray Deblinger, 9017 Em-
erson Ave., Surfsi li an I grand-
daughter of the late Rose and
Harry Fields. | I :: nlans,
graduati d from Hebn \> idemy
Miami Beach Senior High School,
Ohio State University and the
University of Miami School of
Nursing, where sh l her
Bachelor of Scienci
A graduate of Miami Senior
High School and Miami-Dade Jun-
i. r College, the bridi groom son of
Herbert Kristall, 425 NW 45th
Ave.. served four years in the U.S.
Air Force, where he was in the
communications section of the
Apollo flight program. He is pres-
ently secretary-treasurer of Sun-
shine Covers. Inc.
The new Mrs. Kristall wore an
imported ivory Alencon lace gown
fashioned in the princess style and
featuring a high neckline and full
bishop sleeves cuffed with silk
satin. The A-line skirt terminated
in a flowing chapel train with a
rolled satin edge; her matching
Queen Anne headpiece of lace and
satin held a triple-tier vfil of
French illusion.
The bridal party included th.
groom's grandmothers. Mrs. Yetta
Dorn and Mrs. Lillian Kristall, the
bride's cousin. Mrs. Robert Wein-
stein. matron of honor; the
groom's cousins. Barbara Kelton
and Adrienne Dorn. and Janet Ra-
binowitz. bridesmaids. Mitchell
Kristall. the groom's brother, was
his best man; ushers included the
bride's brother. Ronald Deblinger.
Fd Salomon. III. Stew Hertz and ,
Glenn Block.
Following a seven-day Carib-
bean cruise aboard the Skyward,
Mr. and Mrs. Kristall will "live in
South Miami.
fAJeJJing Jje/ls iKin
d
A,
MRS. RAYMOND A. KKISTAU
the University of Tennessee,
Robert Alan Zipp served as best
man; Susie, Paul. Edith and Mon-
roe Zipp were among the guests.
After a honeymoon trip through
Kentucky and Tennessee, the
couple will live in Greenbelt. Md.
HUtS. ALAH $. ZIPP
Beacon Unit Luncheon
Beacon Unit of Papanicolaou
Cancer Research Institute will
hold its first luncheon meeting of
the season at Bud Dickey's Res-
taurant, 3101 N. Interama Blvd..
North Miami Beach, Thursday,
Sept 2. at 11:30 a.m. Larry King
u 'li N> tho !...,(,...... sneaker.
RosensteiwShavin
Rabbi Sol Lanoau and. the local
rabbi officiated at the marriage of
a former Miamian which took
place Aug. 10 in a Tel Aviv syna-
gogue.
Sharon, the daughter of Mr ai '
Mrs. Samuel Shavin. became th.'
I i ids of Howard Rosenstein in the
ceremonies conducted by Rabb:
Landau.
Among the guests were a num-
ber of Miamians. including Max-
well Waas. president of Beth
David Congregation.
of the Florida university system;
Leonard Wolf of Lakeland will re-
ceive the Distinguished Alumnus
Service Award.
Members of the two organiza-
tions' Florida area collegiate chap-
ters and alumni will host the con-
tention. Mrs. Daniel Elson of
Miami Beach is serving as hospi-
tality chairman.
Convention hotel arrangements
were finalized by Mrs. Ethel enisl-
ing of Stuart. Delta Phi Epsilon's
international vice president. Mrs.
Howard Rossner of Stamford.
Conn., Delta Phi Epsilon's execu-
tive director, and Sidney Suntag
of Lido Park, N.Y., Tau Epsilon
Phi's executive secretary, planned
and coordinated arrangements.
During the convention, Mr. Sun-
tag will mark his 25th year of
sen-ice to the fraternity in his
present capacity.
Zipp-Mitvhell
A garden wedding which took
place Thursday, Aug. 19. at the
home of the bride in Barbourville.
Ky., united Paula Ann Mitchell i
and Alan Steven Zipp in marriage. |
The new Mrs. Zipp, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Paul T. Mitchell,
graduated from Barbourville Sen-
ior High School and has been at-
tending the University of Tennes-
see. Her husband, the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Monroe Zipp. 12801 SW
71st Ave.. graduated from Miami's
Palmetto Senior High School and
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jf-or Jhese Jjrides
MKS. LEONARD JAFft
Jaffe-Rosen berg
R'tte Martha Rosenberg and
Leonaid Jaffe exchanged vows be-
fore Rabbi Morris A. Kipper in the
Grand Ballroom of the Sheraton
Four Ambassadors Hotel Sunday,
Aug. 22. The 6:30 p.m. candlelight
ceremony was followed by a re-
ception honoring the newlyweds.
The bride, (laughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles L. Rosenberg, 5800
SW 19th St., graduated from
Coral Gables Senior High School
and M.rcy Hospital School of Ra-
diologic Technology and is pres-1
ently employed at Larkin General i
Hospital. Her husband, the son of
and Mrs. David Jaffe of Phila-
hia, Pa., graduated from Rider
lle^e. Lawrenceville, N.J., and
Use University of Miami School of
iW, arid is a partner in the law
of Storn and Jaffe.
jFor her wedding, the new Mrs.
fe selected a gown of white silk
Offar./.a and Alencon lace encrust-
ej with seed pearls and featuring
alucallopod neckline and short lace
afeeves. The attached butterfly
train was appliqued with lace and
u.
MRS. GLENN B. POLLOCK
seed pearls and her bouffant silk
illusion veil fell from a pearl and
crystal tiara.
The bridal attendants were at-
tired in pale pink chiffon gowns
accented with hot pink. They in-
cluded the bride's sister-in-law.
Jacqueline Rosenberg, and Dianne
Beleiff, the groom's sister, matrons
of honor; Susan Presner, Yvette
Kuhn and the bride's cousin. Isa-
bel Wechsler, bridesmaids, and her
niece, Amy Jane Rosenberg, who
served as flowergirl. Anthony J.
Storn was best man; groomsmen
included Edward Beleiff, Howard
Rosenberg, Stuart Edelman and
Ronald Storn.
Among the honored guests were
the bride's grandmother, Mrs.
Anne Wechsler. and the groom's
grandparents, Mrs. Blume Jaffe
and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Glauser
of Philadelphia.
Mr. and Mrs. Jaffe will make
their home in South Miami after
a honeymoon trip to Nevada and
California.
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in Dade County.
This h earbon U.I rWtfM** i0-00'" "**
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Pollock-Butnick
A 6:30 p.m. double-ring cere-
mony conducted by Rabbi Norman
Shapiro in an indoor garden set-
ting at the Scnesta Beach Hotel,
Key Biscayne, made Wendi Ellen
Butnick the bride of Glenn B.
Pollock Sunday, Aug. 22. Carrying
out the garden theme, the bride
selected flower print dresses In
pink and orange for her attend-
ants, and they carried baskets of
pink and orange flowers.
The bride' daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Arnold Butnick of 1401 SW
84th Ct., graduated from Miami
Coral Park Senior High School
and has attended the University of
South Florida, where she was a
member of Alpha Epailon Phi so-
roritv. Her husband, the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Pollock, 13151
sw "2nd Ave., graduated from
Palmetto Senior High School and
he University of Tennessee and
is presently a student at the Uni-
Versity of Louisville Dental School,
where he is in his junior year. He
is a member of Alpha Omega den-
tal fraternity.
The new Mrs. Pollock selected
a gown of candlelight satin with
long full sleeves and a high neck-
line framed in Victorian ruffles.
The bodice of the Empire-style
A-line gown was traced in an-
tique Alencon lace andl pearls;
her detachable cathedral length
train flowed from the waistline
and a modified Camelot capelet
held her veil of silk illusion. The
bridal bouquet was a cascade of
iummer flowers.
The bride's sister, Rhonda Im-
ber, was matron of honor; her
cousin, Beth Levey, Patti Benaim.
Tobi Rosenstein and Doreen Block
were bridesmaids. Junior brides-
maid was another cousin, Jodie
Levey. The groom's attendants in-
cluded his brother. Gray Pollock.
best man. and ushers Alan Imber.
Michael Landau. Scott Butnick.
the bride's brother, and Richard
Seidler, her cousin.
Among the guests of honor were
Mrs. Stella Socol. grandmother of
the bride, and the groom's grand-
parents, Mrs. Sarah Pollock and
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan E. Silver-
man. Out of town guests included
Mr. and Mrs. David Bloom, Mr.
and Mrs. Irving Botnick, Mr. andT
Mrs. Sidney Levins, Mrs. Hymair
Fishman, Dr. and Mrs. Haroldf
Schwartz and Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Malvin.
Prior to the wedding, the bride
was feted at a number of parties
and .showers. Hosts included M
aunt, Mrs. Walter Sqidler, and hvr
lister, Mrs. Allan Imber. Mis*
Tobi Rosenstein and Mis. Everett
Rosenstein, who gave a "kitchen
gadget shower," and her cousins,
Mrs. Burton Levey and Mrs. Rob-
?rt Handlesman, who hosted' a
n cipe book shower." The wed-
ding rehearsal dinner was given
by the groom's parents.
After a week-long honeymoon!
in Montego Bay. Jamaica, th1*
. wlvweds will live in Louisvill?,
Ky.
'-,
Volunteer Work Force Being Formed
A volunteer work force is being organized to service Fed-
eration and its local agencies, according to an announcement by
, Mrs. Burton Levey, president of the Women's Division of the
! Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
All persons in attendance at Tuesday's annual open board
institute and installation meeting will be given the opportunity
j to participate in this new, innovative project, she said.
Mrs. Sol Goldstein will serve as chairman and Mrs. Irving
| Cypen as vice chairman of the program.
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1017 96th STREET
DANCE STUDIO
BAY HARBOR ISLANDS
ANNOUNCES
FALL REGISTRATION
THL/RS.-FR/.-SAT.-MON.-TUES.
AUGUST 26-27-28-30-37
CLASSES BEGIN WED., SEPT. 1st
BALLET JAZZ TAP
FOR INFORMATION CALL U N O'OO/O
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THE UNION OF AMERICAN HEBREW CONGREGATIONS
519 Dade Federal Building, Miami, Florida
RABBI SANFORD M. SHAPERO, Director
PHONE 379-4553
Cordially Invites You To Join One Of Its Affiliated
Reform Or Liberal Temples In The Greater Miami Area NOW
Rosh Hashanah Begins Sunday Evening, September 19th.
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GREATER MIAMI
137 N. E. lth Stroat
h.-riMp.:r.u- Our 50th Year of Service
OR. JOSEPH t. NAROT, Senior Rabbi
ARRY TABACHNIKOfF, Asit. Rabbi
hT.COlAS L REHRMANN, Asst. Rabbi
JACOR C. BORNSTEIN, Cmtar
Services ever, Friday evening if 1:15 e'clec*
MM-WNk Hebrew ciisiec North Miamiat
Sabai Palm Elementary School
Seuth Miami at Watt Lab School
For Temple Affiliation and Religious School Information
Carl 37*4311
TEMPI! StKAl
The Reform Congregation of Mart* Dode
1M01 N.E. 22 Avenue, North Miami Beoch
Ralph P. Kingsley, Rabbi trvSefl Shulfcei, Cmtar
Sabbath Servicee: Fridaya at 8:15 P.M.
Saturday? at 10:30 A.M.
For information concerning Membership, Religioue
School Registration, Youth Groups and our
varied activitiaa for Young and Old
Call 949-342*
TEMPLE BETH SH010M
A LiberalReformProgreaeive Congregation
4144 Chase Avenwa. Miami Beach
RARRI LEON KRONKH, D.D.
DAVID CONVISF.R CANTOR
School Far Living Judaism
MAURY SCHWARTZ, Director of Educaf.en
(Nursery School through Confirmation and High
School. NEW JUNIOR HIOH SCHOOL PROGRAM
JUOAISM THROUGH THE CREATIVE ARTS
DO YOUR OWN THING IN JEWISH STUDIES
JUNIOR HIGH ULPAN
School Kegietration Now In Progress
Applicationa for Membership now being
accepted, call Temple Office 538-7231



5950 SW. M St., (N. Kendall Drive)
Sooth Miami, Florida
THE SUBURBAN REFORM CONGREGATION
Cordially Invitee Yow to Join Its Congregational
Family. Religioua School, Hebrew School,
Adult Education and Youth Groups.
HERBERT M. BAUMGARD, D.H.L, Senior Rabbi
ARTHUR Z. STEINBERG, Rabbi
OR. HAROLD LERNCR, Director
Adjacent to Kendall and Coral Gables
Phone: 647-5517
TEMPLE JUDEA
5500 Granada Boulevard, Carol Gables
Serving Coral Gables and Souih Oada
RABBI MORRIS A. KIPPER
RICHARD J. HORWKH, President
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL YOUTH GROUP
ADULT EDUCATION
Far affiliation and information, phone 667-5657


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?age 10-B
v-Jmist narktian
Friday. Aug. 27. 1971
Shaw, Schapiro Accept
Associate Chairmanship
Milenoff s Ballet PTA, Sisterhood Sponsor 'Fiddler' Theatre Party
School Reopening

i
Herman L. Shaw and Oscar B.
hapiro have been named asso-
iate chairman of the campaign
wg conHU6f6d by the Hebrew
caderay of dealer Miami to
ajse $782,000 for its new junior
nd senior high school building.
heir acceptance was announced
.. Louis Merwitxcr. general chair-
an of the fund-raising drive, and
ving Firti-1. Hebrew Academy
esident.
Mr. Shaw, who serves as presi-
nt of Temple Ner Tamid and is
top national leader in both the
(ate of Isra< I Ikinds and United
wish Appeal campaigns, is chair-
an of the Academy's executive
mmittee. A fellow of Brandcis
Diversity, Mr. Shaw was a roam-
r of the victorious forces of Gen.
Kdmund H< nry Hynman Allenby
when the British liberated Jeru-
salem from the Turks in 1917.
An officer ol Kneseth Israel
Congregation. Mr. Schapiro. who
was the guest of honor at the 22nd
annual scholarship dinner of the
Hebrew Academy, serves as asso-
ciate chairman of the board of
the Souths largest Hebrew day
school. He has also played a key
role in the Israel Bonds efforts at
Kneseth Israel and has supported
numerous other religious, educa-
tional and Israeli organizations.
Construction of the Julius J.
Rosen junior and senior high
school building is proceeding on
schedule. Mr. Merwltzer reported,
and the cornei'stone laying cere-
monies will be held in October.
'Stronger Bond' Goal Of
Temple Israel's Program
"A Stronger Bond Between Ev-
j Human Being and his Neigh-
>" will be i)h' goal of Temple Is-
i of Greater Miami program this
i ming yi ar. Th- need for deeper
d standing, for more openness
i d trust in ihe bean of every m in,
"man and child towards his ram-
.nid towards his fellow congn
its win hi' accentuated in the
us school program, in the
school program, in the adult
< lucatfon courses and lecture se-
es, in the Sisterho >l and Brother-
work and in the worship
t rvices.
Or. Joseph R. Narot, senior rabbi,
s id hi- colleagues, Rabbis Barry
kbachnikott and Nicholas Behr-
n ami, are dividing their work
" '- tion to achieve those goals.
This will mean working with
l.dler groups and with varying
' torcsls. For example, on any
Miami Art League Elects
*ay Brown President
Ray Brown was olactcd president
th. general meeting of the Mi-
I -ni Art Leagu*-. Sunday. Also
ected were Michael Ravage, first
Rice president; Louis Field, second
I c president, and Rosalie Brown.
I nsurer. Helen R. McC'ann. who
I as elected recording sec t >
i. .1! also be In charge of publicity.
given Friday evening. Rabbi Behr-
maiin may be in one sanctuary >f
I the congregation, conducting a
vary radical mulli-mcdia Sabbath
service with students of the reli-
gious SChOOl. In another part of
the Temple Israel premises. Rabbi
Narot may be leading a discussion
.\ith members who will gathei not
to pray, but to share in a cultural
celebration of the Sabbath. In th.>
mnctuary, Rabbi Tabachnik >ff will
be conducting the established Sab-
bath service.
^ A similar division of labor, with
Cantor Jacob Bornstein and >ther
members of the faculty will be!
arranged in neighborhood groups I
with Temple Israel members who
live In Dade County.
Tile Sunday morning lecture
scries will bring to Greater Miami
some of America's foremost Jew-
ish and Christian authorities in re-
ligion, Judaism and civic problems.
The highlight of the year will be
in address by Dr. Karl Menningei
an the subject. 'The Crime of
Punishment."
Temple Israels Religious School
has been completely revised with
B radical approach to Jewish edu-
cation. Experimental Judaism
groups will be organized for young
people and adults in the belief
th it the synagogue and religion are
being challenged to change their
values in order to achieve the clas-
sic id:-als of knowledge and of
ommitment.
"A Temple Israel concludes its
500i year as a congregation in
'-. Rabbi Narot stafd, "the
temple will continue to be a lead-
ing voice for liberal religion in the
community and thp country. As a
lew year in Jewish history ap-
;-".-i"h.'s. the lay and professional
rahip in the congregation ex-
tends its best wishes to the entire
"immunity."
Georges Milenoff has recovered
from the illness which forced him
to discontinue teaching several
years ago and will resume piv-
ballet (ages 4-6), beginners, inter-
mediate, advanced, professional
and teacljers classes Si pi. 1. >(
Registration for the classes is
now in progress at the Georgi s
Milenoff School of Ballet. 169 Ma-
deira A\c. Coral Gables, daily
from 4-5:.'50 p.m. through Aug. .".i
Mr. Milenoff, who Is well known
as a choreographer. Impresario
and ballet teacher, is limiting the
enrollment to students with po-
tt ntial quality and the desire to
Ix-eomc professionals. Admission to
his classes, therefore, is by audi-
tion only. Scholarships are avail-
able for both boys anil girls, he
reports.
Classes for adults are also being
scheduled this fall at the Milenoff
School. They will be in session on
Tuesdays and Fridays from 10-11
a.m. and Mondays and Thursdays
from 7-8 p.m.
The annual fund-raising event
S|>onsored by the Sisterhood and
Parent iVaeJMri Association of
Temple Kmanu-Kl will le a gala
theatre party for members and
ii n-nds at a Siviidan Tin at re per-
formance of "Fiddler on the Roof"
iled Sunday. Dec. 19. Murry
II. Silveishrin. chairman, has^
nOuriced. All proceeds wfTrgo t
>.
the temple's R. ligious School and.
ihe Lehrman Day School.
A limited number of orchestra
and logc s.ais are available lor
the event, which is open. to the
j community. Tickets may be i*ir-
,-based at the temple offer., ac-
cording to Mis. Richard Schwar/.
Lsidcnt of the PTA. and Mrs. \1
'odvTrTrSelti-'ihood president.
TEMPLE BETH AM
ANNOUNCES
THE EXTENSION OF
THE PRIMARY DAY SCHOOL
TO INCLUDE GRAOES 1-5
tO^
5950 N. KENDALL DRIVE
666-2536
t i
bseph Silverman
Feach has been appointed dis-
1: ict manager for The Equitab! \
e Assurance Society of the
f nited Slates, according to
Perdinand Phillip*, Jr., CLU.
t jency manager here. M'. Sil-
rman, who is ted with
the company's Miami Ag:-ncv,
'cated at 100 Biscayne Blvd.,
v ill establish a new dhilrict
operation as prtrt of the expan-
* on of the agency. His dulies '
v ill include the recruiling and
Leaning of Equitable sales rep-,
-resentatives. I
JEWISH SCHOOLS OPEN
WAV SCHOOLS -MONDAY, AH.. 0
\l TK\00\ SCHOOLS TUESDAY. SEPT. 7
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Heyinter your ehild today in a *ehool of your choiee.
There in a Jetrish sehool in your neiyhborhood.
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HIGH SCHOOL OF JEWISH STUDIES -
WEDNESDAY. SEPT. 8th
COLLEGE OF JEWISH STUDIES
THURSDAY. OUT. 11
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JACK S. POPICK
President
DR. LOUIS SCHWARTiMAN
Executive Director
.
TEMPLE MENORAH
DICKENS AVENUE AT 75* STREET
Announces it's

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MENORAH DAY SCHOOL
' Thou shall teach them
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HEBREW AND GENERAL STUDIES
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REGISTRATION NOW UNDERWAY FOR MENORAH SlTS^
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HIGH SCHOOL GRADES 10 through 12
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* Jewish ncrkfian
Page 11-3
, Local Leaders Attend
1N.Y. Committee Meeting
James M. Albert, president of
the Greater Miami Israel Bond
Organization, and Rabbi Leon!
Kronish of Temple Beth Sholom
attended the meeting of the Na-
tional Campaign Executive Com-
mittee ui Hip Israel Bond Organi-
zation In New York this week
where plans were outlined for an
Intensified Fall campaign to help
maintain Israel's economic cquili-
>rium in the face of mounting de-
fense and domestic needs by ac-
celerating its economic develop-1
tin nt.
Pousman Appointed Regional Director
The Hadassah Zionist Youth
C omission of Greater Miami and
the Florida Region of Hadassah
have announced the appointment
ol Michael M. Pousman as Florida
Regional Director of Hasachar.
A graduate of Georgia State
Fi ivcrsity, Mr. Pousman, who will
receive liis M.A. degree in Decem-
ber, has served in a number of
Southern Region Young Judaea
elective positions. lie was counse-
lor and unit leader at ("amp J -
Una Hi iuli raonvllle, N.C., in pr
vious years, and this summer sei
id as its waterfront director. ...
Mr. Pousman and the Camp J -
flaca staff are c^nductftyg a Lea
ership"Training Institute tin re R
! Hashachar club leaders from tl
! si vi n Southern stales this w e
| He will assume his new duti- -
I here Sept. 1.
ind Mrs. Sol Weiss look over one of the typical, at-
displays of kosher cuisine provided by their firm.
I-Ell Caterers, which moved into its new expanded
lers in Miami Springs recently.
Is Offer Party
The plans outlined by the com-
mittee will he implemented at the
National Leadership Conference
for Israel Bonds to be held in
Washington, D.C., Sept. 11-12. it
was announced, Israel's Ambassa-
dor Yitzhak Rabin is scheduled to
In the principal speaker at that
ei ference.
its Samples Of
n*s Products
nd Paula Weiss catered
n party recently as Sand-
Ri re -. one of the largest
firms for kosher and ilvia
:n South Florida, moved
tractive new quarters in
Springs.
: review party for press,
cials and leaders of or-
ions, Mr. and Mrs. Weiss
111 their pnests -irupl.-s of
>t food and drinks.
|j of t!ie area's leading
Acre among these on hand
ly, which included tours
ik-w kitchens and other
iiK-s. h it hors d'oeuvrcs
hot and cold drinks vied
e attention of the distin-
-\ ciiests. Refriser it 1
trailers and part aide
used by the firm were on
l-RH Caterers is equipped to
r mpleto serv'c for wed-
b'n ii mitzvot, and all tyin's
kr;i s for families, organiza-
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sired. Salary open. Excellent
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Bshington, D.C. 20036
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Friday. Aug. 27. 1971
YubanGeneral Foods'
Premium Grade Coffee
Don't settl i r Bee md best this
holiday. That old *
fee to make a really great
meal is still true. That's why it
makes sense to serve your guest?
Yuhan. the PREMIUM coffee oi
General Foods.
You'll know you're serving the
best money can buy when you
smell Yuban's deep, rich col
aroma. It's the kind that only
comes : pren lum C >-
luml ins can fully mel-
lowed to perfection. Yuban col
is available in regular and instant,
so top off all your family meals
with Yuban.
The Holiday Toaster
When toasting during the holiday
Beason, serve you- guests their
favorite, Seagram's V.O.. the i
smooth Canadian whiskey thai is
served in more homes man any
other imported whiskey. Seagram's
V'.O. helps make you the perfect
hostess all year 'round.
Maxwell House Coffee
Traditional For Holiday
Funny how some tilings become
traditional over the years like
M ixwel] House Coffee, because
Maxwell Hou- '.- "good to the last |
drop" flavor never varies; like an
old friend, it's always nice to have
HiMiiiid. And what better time to
show your guests you care than
right now ... as we approach the
I : iys?
Yes. It's good to know that Jew-
ish h m .....BTs c in still turn to a j
time-proven favori Maxwell I
House Coffee. Available in instant !
and regular. Maxwell House is the I
traditional way to crown all your |
Yomtov meals. \
nah can mean friends and relatives
"popping in" at unexpected times.
inais \\n\ it make.- good sense t'>
>ave new Improved Maxim Freeze-
Pried Coffee right at your finger-
tips.
Of course, spe-'d is one thing
And good once flavor often some-
thing else. With M i\:m. you get
I'OTil, because Maxim is now
process 'd faster, so it can lock in
more fresh percolated flavor. Im-
proved Maxim is actually SO rich
and strang that the people who
make it suggest you use LESS
than a teaspoon in each cup. E.'
sure to add new Improved Pi
Diied Maxim Coffee to your holi-
' i. h i ine list.
Project Hope Benefit
Plans To Be Revealed
Plans for the Project Hope Bui-
afit the complete New York pro-
duction of "Company." starring
Stritch will be finalized
at the Benefit Committee hruiieh
to be held Friday, Sept. 3. at the
Ksystom Passri home at Mrs. Rob-
ert Solovei, chairman.
Mrs. Richard Sepler, who is this
j .-ear's Patron Ticket chairman,
announces that Patron Tickets
I for the P. c 28 performance at the
Dade County Auditorium will en-
title the purchaser to attend the |
reception and east party at Viz-
caya immediately afterwards. The
Journal Committee for the benefit
i< headed bv Mrs. Irwin Morris.
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YESHIVA DAY SCHOOL
North Oade's Only Hebrew Day School
SCHOOL WILL OPEN SEPT. 7, 1971
Your Child Will Receive...
The most complete general aid Jewish educa-
tion at a minimum cost COMPARE.
A bonus of free time; no late afternoon or Sun-
day classes.
More than just an education a sense of iden-
tity that will give his education some meaning;
an answer to the question: Who am I?
A personal education in an automated imper-
sonal age -- learning on an intimate level; in-
struction from a gifted, highly trained staff.
Instruction in two living languages.
An exhilarating atmosphere that stirs his spirit.
Enriched program that develops the learning
process and promotes the full use of each indi-
vidual's potential.
Extra curricular opportunities.
Moral and ethical values and attitudes which
encourage students to live as self-respecting
Americans and as understanding and practicing
Jews.
INDORSED BY:
Rabbi Jonah Caplan
... .. Rabbi Abraham Korf
Rabbi Dow Rozencwaig
D Rabbi David Lehrfield
Rabbi Naftali Porush
_ .. Rbbi Tibor H. Stern
Rabbi Berel Weir.
NURSERY
m KINDERGARTEN
ELEMENTARY GRADES
,
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7, 1971
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Kenneth Sprechman
Barry Kofzen
I SPRECHMAN
oniing, Aug. 28. at
Congregation, Ken-
of Mr. and Mrs.
hman, will observe
ah.
hod accordionist,
a student at Beth
>ld Wolk Religious
ho is in the Pre-
Class.
rant's parents will
Ciddush following the
s honor. Among the
his grandmothers,
w of Miami Beach
lartha Sprechman of
Conn.
:tt masters
e son of Mrs. Marcilio
become Bar Mitzvah
Congregation Sat-
n. Aug. 28.
nt is a student in
and also in honor of
rri Lyn's recent mar-
It B. Sharon will be
r. and Mrs. Grant
ing in their home,
honored guests will
ternal grandparents,
Walter N. Grant.
to -Cr
olk Religious School
where he is in the
>n Class.
grandmother, Mrs.
n af North Miami
his aunt and uncle,
Lewis Gross of New
be present for the
ISICOFF
Ison of Mr. and Mrs
Irving Isicoff, will be called to the
rorah as a Bar Mitzvah Saturday,
Aug. 28, a; Beth T rah Congrega-
tion.
The cell brant, a member of the
Pre-< onfii mation Class B th
IV rah's Han Id W ilk
School, will ,- nducl a portion ol
the Shabbal servic i In addition
'o chanting the Haftorah.
Cr fc it
ji;kky LANG
On Saturday morning, Aug. 28.
in the main sanctuary of Temple
Ner Timid. Jerry Marc, the son of
Mrs. Helen Lang will be Bar
Mitzvah.
Jerry is a student of Ner Tamid
Religious School and Nautilus Jun-
ior High School, where he is in the
school band. He is also a member
of the Junior Optimists.
A Kiddush will follow the serv-
ices, and a reception in Jerry's
honor will be held Sunday. Aug.
29, at the Everglades Hotel. Out-
of-town guests will include his
grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. P.
Horowitz of New York.
V $
BARRY KOTZEN
Barry. the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Kotzen of Bay Harbor Is-
lands, will become Bar Mitzvah at
Temple Menorah, Saturday morn-
ing, Aug. 28.
Barry is a student at Nautilus
Junior High School, where he is
in the eighth grade.
A Kiddush marking the occasion
will bo held following services, and
a reception and luncheon honoring
Barry will be hold in the Crimson
(A/hat s K^rookina
Bv ltl ill SIRKIS
Room of Temple Menorah Sunday
afternoon.
ir Or it
BRETT GRANT
Brett Lane, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Roger Grant. 1331 SW 102nd Ave.,
will become Bar Mitzvah Saturday
morning. Aug. 28. at Temple Or
Olom.
A seventh grader at Rockway
Junior High School, Brett, whoso
hobby is horse ore* ding, has won
trophies and ribbons in several
i shows. He is the owner of a
named Banner,
Mr. and Mrs. Grant will host the
Oneg Shabbat Friday evening and
the Kiddush on Saturdaj follow-
ing tli.- services. A reception in
KENNETH DUNN
On Thursday, Sept. 2. Kenneth,
the si.n of Mr. and Mrs. Martin
Dunn will be Bar Mitzvah al the
Young Israel of Greater Miami.
Following the services, a Kid-
dush in honor of the occasion will
: by Mr. and M -
Dunn for the congn g ition, family
friei Is.
Jeff Rosens!rauch
One Of 33 Granted
Israel Scholarships
Jeff Rosenstrauch of Miami was
one of 33 young men and women
between the ages of 18 and 25 who I
were granted Hadassah scholar-
ships to work, study and travel
In Israel this year, according to an
announcement made by Mrs. Mor-
ris Popkin, national chairman of
Hadassah's Youth Activities De-
partment, at the national conven-
tion in Cleveland, Ohio.
"Because Hadassah believes that
personal contact with Israel will
help to nurture and develop in our
youth a knowledgeable Jewish
consciousness and equip them for
leadership of the American Jewish
community in the future, the Ha-
dassah Israel Scholarship Plan
was initiated two years ago as an
additional project of the Youth
Activities Department," Mrs. Pop-
kin explained.
The Hadassah Israel Scholar-
ship program is supported by con-
tributions from individuals for this
specific purpose. Recipients parti-
cipate in a variety of program at
universities, on kibbutzim, in ar-
cheological digs and at special
summer institutes in Israel.
Dr. Benjamin Fine Accepts
Horizon School's Top Post
Benjamin Fine, Ph.D., a promi-
nent educator and author of three
weekly education columns appear-
ing in several hundred newspapers
in the United States and abroad,
has accepted the post of head-
master at Horizon School for
Gifted Children.
Dr. Fine, headmaster of what is
perhaps bhe best known school tor
gifted children in the nationthe
Sands Point Academy and Country
Day School on Long Island N.Y.,
L961, has helped to devi m
a plan foi th.- education of gifted
children that has been widely
Dr. Fini i I his Ph.D. from
Columbia I nivei sity and hoi Is
< k.ht honoi:.:.. di '.'- s and
50 s cil itions in the
field i.i education, The author of
al books, he is a i
editor of "The Journal of Creative
Behavior," and a member of the
editorial board of 'The Gifted
Child Quarterly."
Both Horizon ar.d Sands Point
provide special quality education
for Intellectually gifted or excep-
tionally creative children who re-
quire more than ordinary public
and private schools are aide to
offer. Ba ic subji ti ari tan [ht,
'"it the emphasis Is placed on fully
di veloping each i sources,
tivity and motions at his own
ace.
A m n-profit Institution, Ho
School, Inc., Is locati d on a five-
aci i can pus at '
and 42nd Street. It cor ed Its
!rst yi i wil "'" stu l< nts;
ies are i til for an anti-
cipated enrollment "t 125 In kin-
ai ti n thn tfth lOth grade.
ing water
id water
(8 oz.) apricots
a beautiful molded dessert that is quite simple and
[pare. The dessert is comprised of packaged flavored
mad fruit and whipped cream (or non-dairy cream).
orange flavored gelatin and canned apricots, but you
rse, choose any other combination. Just use the recipe
quantities and method of preparation. Make the
y before company comes (this one is indeed a "com-
t"l and chill overnight. The only last minute job you
do is to unmold and garnish this handsome dessert.
ORANGE-APRICOT DESSERT
(3 oz.) orange 1 cup heavy cream
(or non-dairy cream>
2 tbls. orange liqueur
Mint leaves, or green cherries
for garnish
}c the gelatin in two cups boiling water. Stir till the
if gelatin dissolve. Add one cup of ice cold water,
kaprlcots, reserving the syrup. Add a half cup of syrup
|Chill till the gelatin becomes thick and sticky. (You
Owl holding gelatin in a bigger bowl with water and
hasten the chilling). Warning: Don't let the gelatin
hard. If it does, warm it again and chill more care-
apricots into quarters. Add them to one cup of
in and pour into the bottom of a five cup mold. Chill,
the cream and comhine three quarters of it with the
[ gelatin. Add the liqueur and pour over the first layer
i. Cover with wax paper and chill overnight. Cover
i rest of the whipped cream, which you will use for
y.d: Run a knife along the edges of the mold. Dip
^lf way in hot water for ten seconds. Turn over on a
e. and let the dessert fall out on the plate. (If it does
It, dip again in hot water). Garnish with the rest of
cream, green mint leaves or green cherri'-s.
Beth Torah Hosting
Teachers Institute
Orientation and In-service train- |
ing for Beth Torah Congregation's |
'acuity will take place during the
coming week. The teacher's Insti-
tute will begin Monday at 11:30
m. md continue ttmvigtl Thurs-
day. Sept. 2. The Mollie Kahaner
Sisterhood will host a luncheon in
honor of the teachers during the
opening session.
Dr. Max LipschitZ, spiritual lead-
er of th" synagogue, and R**1
Norman Mussman. educational di-
rector, will conduct workshops In
teacher training for effective
teaching.
Among guest speakers will be
Rabbi Simon Marci ino, orinc;t>al
r>f the Hill?! Community Day
School, Hollywood. He will address
the group on "The Teaching of
H< brew,"
The early childhood education
('. r-artmont of the religious school
will employ Mrs. A. Elfenbein. Mrs.
R. Singer, and Miss T. Wilchyk.
with Mrs. R. Comm. head teacher.
Mrs. T. Green and Mrs. C. Ku-
marnsith will teach in the Sunday
school. The Hebrew School faculty
includes Rev. M. Adler, Mrs. J.
Bergman, Miss R. Chames, Mr. R.
Corseri, Mrs. P. Drazin. Mrs. N.
Harari, Mrs. R. Klein, Mrs. M.
Lewis. Mrs. R. Neeman. Mr. B.
Rosenbluth, and Mrs. L. Steinfink
Registrations for new and old
students are still being accepted
in the school office.
B.H.
0H0LEI TORAH SCHOOL
Is iVoic Accepting Limited Registration For The
1971-72 SCHOOL SEMESTER
NEW PRESCHOOL DEPARTMENT
SPECIAL NURSERY AND KINDERGARTEN CLASSES
GRADE 1-6 FEATURING SMALL CLASSES
INDIVIDUAL ATTENTION
SPECIAL EMPHASES ON ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT
LUNCH WILL BE PROVIDED FOR THE CHILDREN
MENUS PREPARED BY PROFESSIONAL LISCENSED DIETICIAN
SECULAR DEPT. FULLY ACCREDITED BY DADE COUNTY
SCHOOL SYSTEM ALL TEACHERS LISCENSED BY DADE
COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD
DOOR TO DOOR BUS TRANSPORTATION
FOR REGISTRATION AND INFORMATION
CALL 649-2850 or write
0H0LEI TORAH DAY SCHOOL
500 S.W. 17th Avenue, Miami, Florida

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Pom 14-B
vJewisti ncrkfian
Friday. Aug. 27, 1971
" .'
bituaries
SCH1FF
Kabul Harry Hershel, 88, devoted
L-'ther of daughter Bather Moed,
i taeph, Morris, and Solomon, 81
teaudchlldren and \ greal ti:iil-
rildren. Funeral services look
Ik,.- in New VnrK -City "" Tliurs-
m, August 19. Shiv.i ill .",]> B. l-'iali
ssV. i. Bell* Harbor, NY I18S4.
U>NG
J Ann 8., 41, of MOO B.W. "Till Ter.,
-..el away Wednoadaj Mrs. Lone.
Was achool teacher, specialising
la the Instruction of handicapped
i.ir.i. ii children. A member of
Temple Judea. Beloved daughter of
. I late Ann Bhler, ahO is survived
her father Henry Shier, a sister
.Mrs. Edith Eipp, two sons Robert
nl .Inhnny and a daughter Laura.
Sendees were h.ld Sunday al Gnr-
ii Funeral Home with Interment
I Ml Nebo Cemetery.
HERBERT
Mrs. Fay, >'.>. < I7S" Collins Ave..
laml Beach pas.-..I away August IT.
title came here ''" years ago from
New Y.irk. Member of Temple
matiu F.I Slle is survived by her
husband Sidney, aon Alia i or Ber-
vly Hills, Calif., Uvo grandsons, a
- ster Mrs. Lillian Salton ..r Miami
I leach. Funeral Services ware held
Thdrsday ai the Riverside Alton
i. ..Li I'hap.-i with Interment in Mi.
,\. in. i*emetery.
COHEN. Harry, 82, SSO Collins Ave.,
Ml; Riverside.
EiCHLER. Sidney. 7.', 160 Palm Rd.,
Hiolenh. Gordon
felman, Helen, 80. 830 Ocean Dr.,
'i.li. Riverside.
FENSTER. Sam, 88, 1809 M.riilb. i
.ii- m i: Newman. Interment Mt
Who.
FRIEDLAND. Rose, M, MM N.B
..;7ili St., X..M.Ii. Butsberg.
HOROWITZ. Beatrice a.. II, IMS
Marseille Dr., M.I!. I.evUl.
ISlDOR. I.e..nar>l .).. 4*. 11348 X.W. ;
l id St Riverside.
KLUTTZ, Charles II.. Jr., BO, !i7"> W.
ftti SL, .Ml:. Riverside
LOTTMAN. .I.i. k. 4.".. 1000 West Av. .
I.It. Newman.
getting married.
This basket holds
Information and
gifts especially
helpful for you.
Call your
Welcome Wagon
hostess today.
751-2573
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MONUMENTS INC.
Opea very Day Closed Strbbofh
140 SW 57th Ave. MO 1-8583
Miami's Only Strictly-' Jewish
., Monument Dealer
PALMBAUM. Samuel I!.. 06, Ml
Meridian Ave., M.B. Riverside.
RIEMER. Adolph, 7'.'. 7:7 Jefferson
Ave., M.B. Riverside.
SARAFAN, William. 12, 148 High-
land Ave M I' v." man.
SH EAHNrH nin- ID, 1500 Baj ML,
M.B. Xu man.
WINOKUH, Harry, Bli, SS49 X E l9th
Si. Riverside.
wriggins. inomas I'.. *i. *;<*%.
1st Ave. Newman.
CARNICK, Abrauam, 88, 7840 Carlyle
Av. M.B. kivcrsjdc.
KROHN, Leila M., 66, B57 Euclid
Ave., M.B. Newman.
POPOFF. Jennie, 7:;. 174<"> \V. Pixie
iiwv. Gordon,
ROSEN, Jake, 77, 8*0 Euclid Ave..
M.B. Riverside,
BODY, Maud, 6, "7.". N.W. IJUl Ave.
Riverside.
BORENSTEIN, Lillian, 75, 644 3rd
Si., Ml'.. I'.lasherg.
HOLZMAN, Paul 1! SI. 13650 N.Jfi.
Srd ci. Riverside.
KAUFMAN, Phillip V., 69. 81."i RU-
olld Ave., Mil. Hlxeralde. I.Hcr-
lll. lit Ml. Nel.o.
QUART, Effle K.. 61. 1530 N.B. Mist
St., X.M.K. Kiv.rsiile.
KALIN, AugWlta U, 7710 Tatum
Waterway, M.B. Riverside, Inter-
ment All. Sinai.
NUTIS, Jack, 83, MS Kuelid Ave..
ai.h. Blasberg,
PALTER, Francis, 86, Mil Hay Dr.,
M.U. Riverside.
ROSENTHAL, Charles I.. 86, J801
Collins Ave., M.B. Blasberg.
WOLFERMAN, Maurice H.. 'ii. 16410
.Miami Dr.. S'.M.B, Riverside.
GOLDBERG, Florence, 74, 1800 West
Ave. Riverside.
maks. Bessie, 65, IS51 Miami Gar-
dens Dr., x.M.ll. Riverside.
sipkin. John, 76, 109 Lincoln Rd.,
.M.I!. Riverside.
ZURLIN. Sylvia. 7'l, MIS". Collins A\.- .
M.B. Riverside.
CAMERON. Bather, s::. 1400 Ocean
Dr M. B. New man.
DORMAN. Jack, 77. 1228 Pennsyl-
vania Ave., M.U. Riverside,
HOROWITZ. Jacob, 77. 686 BUdld
Ave., M.B. Riverside.
LIPMAN, lle.irietla, 18, 77.-.1 S. W
102nd I'l. Newman.
MILLER. GUssie, 88, :;:." Collins Ave.
Riverside. Inlet-incut .Ml. Sinai.
STERN. I.e... 71. 7380 Carlyle Ave..
.M.it. Blasberg.
WAX. Bertha. 65, 1601 West Ave..
M i: Riverside, Intermenl AH. Nebo,
ARBIT. Clara. 7:.. 9980 S.W. 8th St,
Gordon. Interment Alt. Sinai.
BECK. Julius, 68, 13285 X.K. 8th St,
Riverside.
JUBELT, Paul A., 78, 650 Jefferson
Ave XI. is. Newman.
kester. Bdward, 82, 131 x i:. 52nd
si. Blasberg. .
KRAMER, Betty. SO, 6428 S W. 2Snd
St. Oordo i.
RUBENSTEIN. Benjamin l... i;7, 2294
side. Intermenl All. Neon
Rtvlern i>r., Coral Gables, River-
SCHWARTZ. Loula Ai 78, 5151 Col-
liiiK Ave. Riverside.
TRACHTMAN, Harry. 77, :r.4 N.B.
IA2nd Si. Riverside,
KRULL. Bdn I!.. 76, 6393 Collins Ave.,
M.H. Riverside,
REISNER. A.ma, 74, 911 4th St., M.B.
Riverside.
RHODES, Walter A.. 61, 2200 N.W.
*9th St. Riverside.
RUBIN, Sarah, 7.'.. 17::". James Ave.,
M.B. I evill. ,
SURLOFF. Sylvia, ":. In Cleveland,
Ohio. Riverside. Intermenl AH.
Nebo.
BERGER. Morris, 84, 600 West Ave..
M.B. Newman.
BI-UETHENTHAL. Clara. 1"! 1701
Aiiebican Av.-. Mi: Riverside.
GENTLER. .Max. 72, 736 Meridian
Ave.. All'.. Riverside
hirshman. Beaut, 7t. 1610 Colllna
Ave., All'.. P.lashcrg.
HUSICK, Benjamin, 68, 1300 N.B.
li'lsi Bt, Riverside.
KRENZEL, Ball, 7:!, 3801 Colllna Ave..
Al. It. Ili\ eralde,
SPENCER. Leon. 71. 1481 N.B. Miami
Gardens Dr. Riverside. Iinerm.nl
Alt. Neb...
LESTER, Stanley I... 4:;, 7926 W. Trop-
ieana. Atiramar. Cordoii.
jlevin
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LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN ANP( FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-15591
ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
In UK; The .Marriage of
LAl'RAYNK Ml NUKI.L. Wife, and
MMtTIX ALAN AII'XULM.I.. Husband.
TO: MARTIN ALAN AIUXOEI.L
c I. ai Schntker
Dill Beach i.sili Striel
Al verne, Ni'W Voik ...._. ,
Von, MARTIN ALAN MI MH-.LL.
are hereby m'l itied that mi BCti hi
lor Hi -oiuiion of Marriage has heen
filed Hgalnsl you, and you are re-
uuirad i" nrve a copy of your writ-
ten defenses, If any. to It W the
Petitioner's attorney, davii> r..
STONE, 1>1 N.W. l-th Avenue,
i Miami, Florida and file the original
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
, on or before liie Mlh H.v of Scp-
leiaber. 1971, otherwise B default will
be entered njjainst you for the relief
demanded In the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
eaeli week for four consecutive weeks
in TMBJEWI8H KLOKIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami, Florida, this
li'th day of AuKUst A.l>. 1971.
K. I!. I.KATIIICUMAX. Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dude County, Florida
By: C V. COPEJ AND
Deputy Clerk
((Circuit Court Seal)
DAVID K. BTONE
101 N.W. Uth Avenue
Miami, Florida
Attorney for Petitioner
8/20-27 9/7! -1"
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVICS thnt
I the undersigned, desiring to engage In
! business under the fictitious Mini
j of COAIPl'TF.IMZKD RECISTkATTON
i SERVICES at i'l" Lincoln Road. Mi-
ami Reach, Florida intend to regis-
ter said name with the Clerk ot the
; Circuit Court of Dado County. Florida.
THOMAS P. ROWLAND
GEORGE <;ILL. JR.
8'C-L1-2n-27
i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersignetl, desiring to ciit;ugi
ill business under the fictitious name
of APARTMENT locator SERV-
ICE at inio:i North Kendall Drive. |
.Miami, Fla. intends to register sai.l
name with the Clerk of the Pit-cull
Court of Dade County, Florida.
BURTON BLEGEL
; 18-20-27 B ::
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-3163
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Batata of
CLARENCE EUGENE .IF.TT
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Sai.l
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of CLARENCE El'OENE
JETT deceased late "i Dade County,
Florida, to the County Judges of Dude
County, and file the same in dupli-
cate and as provided in Section 783.-
16, Florida statutes, iii their office)
iii the County Courthouse In Dade
County, Florida, wiiltin six calendar |
months from the time of the first
publication hereof, or the same will .
be barred.
Dateil at Miami. Florida, this 8th
day of Aug.. AD. 1971.
GEORGE EUGENE JETT
As Administrator
First publication ..f this notice on
the 20th day of August. i:71.
DAVID M. GON8HAK
Attorney for Estate
1497 X.W. 7th Street
Miami, Flotilla
8/20-27 0 S-10
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
NO. 71-3292
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
'n RE: Estate of
BERTHA ROSENMAN
I leceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing t Maims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
\im are hereby notified and re-
riulred to present any claims and de-
mand" which you may have against
the estate of BERTHA ROSENMAN
lic.ased late of Dade County. Flor-
ida, to the County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same In dunli-
.-aie and as provided ill Section 733.
Hi, Florida Statutes, iii their offices
in the County Courthouse in Dado
County, Florida, within six calendar
months from the time of the first
publication hereof, or the same will
be barred
Dated a, .Miami. Florida, this 17th
day ot Autust AD. 1971.
LILLIAN MORRIS
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the :'7ih day of Adroit, 1971.
I'ArXt'K. KINK & FORM AN
Attorney for Executrix
1502 c. igress Building
Miami. Florida :k\tj
8/27 9/8-10-17
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that
the undersign, ii. dealrlna, to tigaeTe
In business under the fictitious name
of ABBA RUBBER STAMPS at 1982
S. \V. 8th Street, .Miami intend t.. rf,j-
Ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
CRIST C ONETTI
BDWARD i". ONETTI
B/J7 : ::-ln-l7
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-3524
(ARTHUR W. PRIMM)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
HARRY. illERXOW
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Agninsf Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims- and de-
mands which vou may have .-.gainst
the estate of HARRY iHEI'.XOW
deceased late of Dade County. Flor-
ida. tO the County ludnes of Dade
County, and file the same in dupli-
cate and as provided in Hcclio.i 733.-
16, Florida Statutes, in their offices
in Ihe Count) Courthouse 111 Da.b
County, Florida, within six calendar
months from the time of the first
publication hereof, or the same will
be barred.
day of August, A.D. 1971. i
Dated at Miami, rlorldn, this 20th
SONY A CH45RVOW
ROSE LAUFER
As Executors
First publication of this notice on
the 27lh duy nf August. 1HIL
I EON A EPSTEIN
Attorney for Estate
120 Lincoln Road
.Miami Beacb. Fla. 331.19
8/87 9 '."-1 -17
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No. 67-13405
(Judge James W. Kehoe)
NOTICE OF SUIT FOR PETITION
FOR MODIFICATION OF FINAL
JUDGMENT OF DIVORCE AND
CHANGE OF CUSTODY
EDWARD Al. CONNORS,
Plaintiff.
vs.
BHEILA B, CONNORS,
Defendant.
TO. SHEILA L. CONNORS
861 Hildr.tr. Sir,-. I Apt. No. :H I
Lowell. Massachusetts
YOU, BHEILA E. CONNORS, an
hereby notified that a Petition foi '
Modification of Final Judgment ol i
Divorce ami Change of Custody hai
been filed against you. and you are
required t<> serve a cops- of your
Answer or Pleading t > said Petltlol
on tin- Plaintiffs attorney. RONALD
L. DAVIS, BSQ P A 117 Blscayix i
Building:, 19 W. Flagler SI reel, Mlnm
Florida 33130Phone 379-2851, an i
file Ihe original Answer or Plea.
in the offl of Ihe Clerk Df Ihe < "Ir-
cull Court on or before the 80th daj
Of Septi mb.-i. 1971, ir you fall lo i
so. Judgment by default b III b tnl i
against \..n for the relief dem nidi (I
In the Petition for Mn no'
I- I'nal Judgment of l ilvon .
. of i !tit tody.
Tills NOTICE shall la published
uuce each week foi fi ur (41 ii nsi n
tlve u eekn in THE .11-".\\ isll FI i >R-
IDIAN.
DONE AND fRDEREl i al tl
Florida, (his 20th 'lav of Augu I !l'7l ;
E l: LEATHBRMAN, C
Circuit Courl
Dade i-..in 'v. Florida
Bj : C I'd IPEI Wl.
i lenul | '
(l 'ircuit Courl Seal)
8 L'7 i' 3-111-17
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-3255(8)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Estate of
BEN DEI 1FORD
I teceaaed.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claim.- or Demands Against Said
Estate:
Vmi are hereby notified and re-
iiuired to present any claims and
demands v\hich you may have against
tlie estate of BEN DELIFORD de-
ceased late of I'ad.- County, Florida.
to Ihe County Judges of bade County,
and file tin same in duplicate and
as provided in Section 733.16, Florida
Statutes, in iheir offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County, Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof,
or the same will be barred,
Dal.-.l tit Miami, Florida, this 1 Ith
da) of Aug A.D 1971,
KENNETH N RBKANT
As A.lnb.iisii a lor
I'irst publication of ibis notl. on
Ihe !7th day of Aug 1971.
KENNETH \\ REKANT
\i lornej for Administrator
i i coin Road Rldjr., Suite ""'.
I Beach Plot i.ia 83139
8 27 D 3-10-17
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN thai
ilie undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name ol
FIX>RfDA CONVENTION i'imhidi.
NATOR8 al 924 Blscayne Blvd., Mi-
ami, Florida Intends io register sai.l
name with ihe Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
VAL-I-TKAVKI INC
MAC MERMELL
attorney for Val-U-Travel, Inc.
II..... B.W. Third Avenue
.Miami, Florida 33129
8/27 9/3-10-17
IN THF CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
N*. 71-16155
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
i i RE: Th< Marriage nf
\ MITEL M A It HA MS, husband and
: I l i: VBRAMS Wife
TO: ESTEI LE ABRAM8
II .l 'tikuow n
YOU ARE HEREBY notified that
n petition for Dlsaolutli.....i Marrl-
re-i i..~ bee i Nli d against you, and
you are hereby required to serve a
copy "i your answer or other plead-
ing io the Petition on tb,. Husbi nd"
attorney, JOHN ; DALLAGHER,
whose address Is l4r,t N.W. 17th Ave-
nue, .Miami. Florida 83125, and file
the original with the Clerk of the
above styled Court, on or before the
3mh day of September, i97i, or
Default will be entered against vou
DATED this 2.1r.l day of August,
K D IK \THFUAIAN
Clerk of Circuit Court
By: / 8/ DON CCRRY
(Circuit Court Seal>
8/27 9/3-10-17
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-3525
(JOHN R. BLANTON)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Ivi RE: Estate of
BENJAMIN WAI.DAIAX
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Ilav-
'/ -' Claims or Demands Against Said
Eslate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of BENJAMIN WALD-
Al.W deceased late of Dade Cnuntv.
Florida, lo the County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same in dupli-
cate and as provided in Section 7:::: -
16, Floridii Statutes. In their offices
in the County Courthouse in Dade
County, Florida, within six calendar
months from the time of the first
publication hereof, or the same will
be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 86th
day of Aueust. A D. 1!'"1
DAISY WAI.DAIAN
As Administratrix
First publication of this notice on
Ihe L'7lh day of Atu-Ust, 1971.
I BON A EPSTEIN
Attorney for Estate
4L' .Miami Beach, Fla, 88139
8/27 9/8-10-17
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersig'.ted, desiring lo engage
in business under the fictitious name
"i BL AHORRO SUPERMARKET ai
I799 Palm Ave Hlaleah, Fla., in-
tends to register said name with tb.
of the Circuit Court nf Dadi
County, Floilda.
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Attorney for Pena Kolas, Inc.
i:-: W. Flagler St.. Miami. Fla
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Oakland Estates Units Selling Rapidly
Eondominium apartments in the
Idand Kstates complex at 3590
Si.it<- Rd. 7, Ft. Lauderdale,
gelling more rapidly than ex-
hod, according to Fdward
ra, general manager. Most of
108 units in the first building.
Muled for completion in No-
nb< r, have already been sold.
| the vast majority of con-
Binium communities, Oakland
Btfg will contain seven build-
wiih a lotal of 606 units on
, acre sits, providing relatively
'density housing with its aver-
, 20 apartment units to the
o. The entire project is sched-
[d t, be complete before the end
11973.
Herman Corn, who has guided
bin Construction Corp. for the
|st 25 years, planning and build-
more than 3.000 homes valued
more than $75 million in this
[a. is the builder. His 29-year-
I son. Stephen H. Corn, who also
rves as the firm's vice president,
lids the general contractor's li-
!"he company's projects include
kland Estates and Villas. Oak-
nd Kstates North, the Oakland
uses now hearing completion in
jjuderdale Lakes, Plaza, Topaz,
his tic. Pearl. Leslie and Town
r Country Homes, as well as
pmrrous commercial properties.
iPrirrs start at $18,790 for the
lb"droom, lVa bath unit in Oak-
Jnd Kstates. All closing costs and
\c owners' title insurance policy
included in the purchase price.
b price also includes a pro-rata
jhiershtp of the land occupied by
1 building and its common areas,
^ hc monthly maintenance fee of
tprcximately S40.50 for such fa-
milies includes water and sewer
charges, garbage collection, exte-
rior building maintenance and i
painting, lawn and landscaping!
maintenance.-fire'.'extended cover- j
age and liability insurance on both I
buikMn*' mM recreation fflflttejes,
administrative and cleaning ex-
penses, outdoor lighting, lease
rental and full maintenance of the
heati (I pool and all recreational
facilities, real estate and personal
property taxes on the recreational
facilities only.
The social center facilities will
include separate sauna baths for
men and women, separate exercise
rooms, color television, a billiard
and game room, hobby and con-
ference room, heated swimming
pool, shuffleboard courts, social
center and auditorium, movie pro-
jector and screen, screened porch.
( fully-equipped kitchen, barbeque
! and seating pavilions, lobby and
| lounge area, card room and tennis
court.
Among the outstanding features
built into the apartment complex
are Carrier reverse cycle central
air conditioning and heat, with a
thermostat for each apartment;
VVestinghouse all-electric kitchen
which includes gaibage disposal,
dishwasher. 17-ett. ft. frost-free re-
frigerator, range with self-cleaning
oven and charcoal-filtered exhaust
fan; wall-to-wall carpeting with
foam rubber padding, your choice
of colors; fluorescent ceilings and
vinyl asbestos floor tile in kitchen
and bath; large dressing room ad-
jacent to spacious walk-in closet
with full-length mirrored sliding
doors; custom-built mica laminat-
ed kitchen cabinets in choice of
color coordinated combinations,
and convenient pass-through to
dining area; laminated vanities
with one-piece top and sink of cul-
tured marble; Italian marble win-
How sills throughout.
Undisturbed privacy is guaran-
teed by the soundproofing engi-
neered in the construction; privacy
j$Nalso achieved, py. Jiving the
fronl door open into a foyer. The
solonial-design entranccway fea-
tures a raised panel front door
with a brass door-knocker and a
one-way. through-the-door viewer
as well as a single cylinder dead-
bolt lock for safety.
Other attractive offerings are
ample parking for residents and
guests, two laundry rooms equip-
ped with washers anil dryers on
ach floor, trash chutes leading to
.ncloscd dumpsters, and assigned,
individual, storage spaces. A self-
service elevator is located in the
i lobbies on either side of each
building and all construction ad-
heres to the rigid South Florida
building code.
Major shopping areas are within
walking distance of the apart-
ments; also nearby are hospitals,
professional offices, golf courses,
religious facilities and other needs.
The entrance to Oakland Kstates
is on the west side of State Road 7
it N'W 41st Street, Fort Lauder-
!ale. Directional signs point the
way from that point to the site.
Corn Construction Corp. has ac-
cumulated a list of financial in-
stitutions and business references
.luring the years it has been in-
volved in the development of
Broward County. A partial list
would include Coral Gables and
Greater Miami Federal Savings
and Loan Associations, the Dania
Bank, Fidelity Abstract and Title
Company, Florida Power & Light
Co. and the Fort Lauderdale
Chamber of Commerce.
Local Student Attending
Summer Science Institute
Globe Travel Agency Offices
Opened In North Miami Beach
r.'Vthur am
#v opene
jnd Harriet Horwitz re-1 tours, cruises and tickets to "ev-
opened Globe Travel, Inc.. a erywhere" located at 1613 NE
'r.eral travel agency specializes 163rd St.. North Miami Beach.
L all phases of travel planning I Mr. H-.rwitz, who is well-known
HARRIET AND ARTHUR HORWTZ
;n South Florida's travel industry,
s completely knowledgeable about
SFUise industry from Florida. He
las had 18 years experience In
travel. Previously associated with
\. T. Henderson Company in New
York City, and Miami Beach Bud-
gel Tours, he has also served as
in officer of Atlantic Cruise Line,
Inc., and as reservations manager
"or Costa Lines, Inc. Both a-e large
cruise operations emanating from
South Florida.
Mi's. Horwitz was born Into the
travel business. Her father. Her-
i R bins, ex( cutivc direct -r of
ill in Hotel since its in
i [958, is < ne i f the pioneers
n mi I m travel to S uth Florida
,,-.! .. is the fl i avel ajrenl t i
to Miami.
\ p. i: bins, '': > w is als > the
ivt.it of A. T. H tders >n. travel
. .. in N< < v .'is City,
ill | as consul! tnt to Glob.
l and is Its vice president.
Mrs. Horwitz, who Is extremely
n commun il woi k, is presi-
(nt-eled ol B'nai B'rith Women,
Dist:icl 5. a member of the YM-
YV.11A and a member -if the
Greater Miami .Jewish Federation.
HAIFA Linda Fellner of Mi-
ami Beach is among the 24 high I
school students from Canada and ,
the USA currently attending the!
first Summer Institute on Science
and Technology at the Techr. ion-
Israel Institute of Technology.
The students, aged between 16
and 18. are attending lectures by
Technion professors and research
Staff on such topics as computer
operations, electronics, water re-
sources and water desalination,
and bio-medical engineering. They
will also carry out practical lab-
oratory work utilizing some of
Technion's most sophisticated re-
search and laboratory equipment.
During their seven-week stay
in Israel the group will also travel
around the country, spend a week
at a kibbutz, and receive talks on
life in Israel today. The Summer
Institute program is sponsored bv
the American Technion Society in
cooperation with the Jewish Agen-
cy Youth and Hechalutz Depart-
ment and the American Zionist
Youth Foundation.
-*.
'The aim of the program is bo
,,'ive the participants a sound
and enjoyable introduction to
.srael and to the latest scientific
and technological dcvelopmcn',
and research work being dor j
here." said Arych Freeman. Fo
cign Students Adviser at the TecH-
nion, who is directing the program
In Israel. "We hope that this yeBX
s the forerunner of an annual
summer science program lor st .
dents from North America."
Techeion-Israel Institute of
Technology, is Israel's oldest uni-
versity and its only institution >f
higher Ic-.irning devoted fully to th i
education of engineers and appli, i
scientists. During the 1970-71 aca-
demic year just ended, it had aa
enrollment of 7,150 students, of
whom 4 950 were undergraduat
and 2,200 graduates, in its 20 d -
partments and faculties. The aca-
demic staff of more than 1,000
teaches a curriculum covering th
full spectrum of engineering and
physical science disciplines.
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24-HOUR SERVICE
Complete burioj ond funeral
arrangement $ for Pets of all
types, including pick-up service
Beautiful Cemetery Grounds
Crematijn Services
Moderate Prices
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IWOI WEST FLAGIE*
(Continued from Page ,B)
faith would point out to G. P.
Putnam's Sons and its subsidary,
Berkley Publishing Cor|ration.
that the ad and the jacket cover
of the upcoming paperback are
an outrageous affront." (Berk-
ley plans to use the ad's head-
line on the paperback cover >.
Mr. Graubard concluded: "If
the Anti-Defamation League has
been unable to make Putnam's
see the damage that will be
done by the offensive cover, per-
haps public opinion will make it
clear. Indulgence in anti-
Semitism from otherwise re-
spectable quarters has seemingly
become more acceptable these
days iwnal with) the new 'any-
thing goes' attitude apparent in
the widespread use and accept-
ance of pornography a"'1
obscenity."
Linda Fellner of Miami Beach, one of 24 North American
students attending the first Summer Institute on Science and
Technology at the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology,
looks at a model in bio-chemistry for studying protein
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Obituaries
SCH1FF
ibbl Harrj Herahel, 88, devoted
ther of daughter Esther Moed,
id sous Irving, ami Rabbis Max.
iseph, Morris, and Solomon, -N
.amMiil.li-.-ii and 4 Brenl ifiimd-
dldrcn Funeral < rvlces took
*. -.- in New V.nk Oily mii Thurs-
Aukuki \'< Shiva nl ">1N H l-Jfilh
.-*. I, Helti H.n-i N i 116*4
j Ann s.. 4\. ..i WiOfl s u. 77th Ter.,
-s,- ..I- .i i I.....I ti acher, specialising
the Instruction c.f handicapped
tardcd children. A member of
ample Judea. Beloved ilauichter ol
. late Ann Shier, Bhe Is survived
hi r father H' nry Shier, a sister
' rs. Edith Zlpp, two sons Robert
nl Johnny and n daughter Laura.
.- rvi.-. a were held Sunday ni Gor-
n Funeral Home with liilcrmenl
\i i \*. bo Cemetery,
MS
HERBERT
.-- Pay, 59, of IT" Cniitn* ,\v_
iami Bench paused away August IT.
PALMBAUM, Samuel II
Meridian Ave., M.U, Riverside.
RIEMER. Adolph, 711, 7.T Jefferson
Ave., M U Itii i rslde.
SARAFAN, William, 72, 749 High-
land Ave., M II New man
SHEARNsH.i.ui'. 7li, I.VU Baj It.I
.\i. I!. .\i-h man
WINOKUR. Harry, BC, 8X49 N K IRStli
St. Riverside
WRlGGINs. Innma* F., :. M X.ul
isi A\ \i man,
CARNICK. Ahranam, RS, "840 Carlyle
Ave., Ml! Riverside
KROHN. Leila M.. 66, R37 Euclid
,\\. M,I:. Newman.
popoff. Jennie, 73, i?-' \V, Dixie
11 u \ i lordon.
ROSEN, Jake, 77, 820 Euclid Ave.,
Mi:. Rlvi rsldi
BODY, Maud, li'.i, 77". .N.w. 13th Ave,
Riverside.
BORENSTEIN. Lillian, 73, M4 3rd
Si., .Mi: Blasheri
HOL2MAN. Paul B Si, 13650 X K
,tnl ft. Riverside.
KAUFMAN, Phillip I-'.. 89, 81 j Ku I
olid Ave., Ml:, Rlxerslde. hilet -
ni.iii Mt. X.i.i.
QUART, Effle Km tl, IB30 N.E. IMal
St., N..M.H. Riverside,
kalin. Augusta I... 77i" Tatum
Waterway, M.U. Riverside, Inter-
ment MI. Sin.ii
nutis, .in. k. S3, '.'::'.' Buclld Ave., |
M.U. Blasbers-,
r
MPfi
LECAl NOTKC
i
She came here .: years aim from paltek, KiiuicIb, 85, t>13 Bay
\. lfork. Member of Temple M.U, Riverside.
,n.mi El Sin i.- survived l.v her ROSENTHAL. Charles I. 86, 1801
honband Bldnej son Alia i ( Bev-! Collins Ave., M.I*. Blnsbenr.
-ly Hills. Calif., I wo l-imiiiI-.iiin n WOLFERMAN, Maurice 11.. -.4. 16410
- ster .Mrs. Lillian Sal.......1 Miami Miami lr., X.M.B. Riverside.
'each. Funeral Services were held GOLOBERG. Florence, 74, 1200 Wesl
' tidrsdny al the Ulvcrsldi Alton Ave. Riverside.
.....I Chapel with ini.iiH.nl in Ml. MAHS, l:,--i.-. 63, 1331 Miami Dai-
\. i... i'emetery.
COHEN. Harry, 82. 32" t'ollins Avi
'. B. Riversfde
EICHLER. Sidney. 72, IBH Palm Rd.,
Hiali-..Ii. flordoi
FELMAN. Hell II, SO, 8!......-.-all I >r.,
Li.B Rlvi rslile
FENSTER. Sam. IK, I8IW Merldln ,
Ave.. .Ml: Xewman Interment Ml
V.-I..I
FRIEDLAND. Rose, 81, It".'. XI-:
mITtIi SI X M 11
HOROWITZ. Bontrici A. 71, 1223
Mai -.ill. I r M.B i..-i in.
ISIDOR. Leonard .1 IB. 11216 .N.W
: nl si. Rlvi i.i.
KLUTT2. Charier II., Jr., 6H, 873 W
Mh SI M.B Hirers Idi
L0TTM4N. Jaclt, 4.'.. I...... West Avi .
I: Vew man
getting married...
This basket hold*
Information and
gifts especially
helpful for you.
Call your
Welcome Wagon
hostess today.
751-2573
ite^ite%
dens Dr., X.M.B, Rlv< rslde.
SIPKIN, John, 76, 180 I.in...In Rd.,
Ail!. Rivei -ill.-.
ZURLIN. Silvia. '.:. |ii1S3 Collins Am .
.11.1: lllvi : Kldl
CAMERON. Esther, S3, 14.......i an
In M II. N.iMilan
DORMAN. .i.K. 77. 1228 Pennsyl-
vania Ave M.B. Riversldi
HOROWITZ. Jl.....I.. 77. 626 Euclid
Ave., M. I:. Riverside.
LIPMAN. 11. .iii.i i.i 78, 77"1 B.W
liiSml PI. Newman.
MILLER, Cussie. 88, .::'" t'ollins a\.
Riversiile, llllermetit Ml. SI
STERN. Leo, 71. 7.".;" Carlyli- Ave.,
M II, Dla-l.eni
WAX. i:.nli.i. 6", I6l West Ave.,
M.B Riversldi Interment Mi Nebo.
ARBIT. Clara, 7". 9930 s VV 8th 81
tiurdon Interment Ml Sinai
BECK. Julius, 6s, 13283 N.E i.ili Si
Riversldi
JUBELT. Paul A 76, CM Jefferson
tve M. l: N. u man
KESTER, Edward, 82, 131 X 10. SSud
SI IllnsberK.
KRAMER. RettJ 8. 6438 S.W 22nd
SI la.l-.l.- ,
RUBENSTEIN. 1:. i ialllin I.. 87, "-'.'i
-ill. Illt.Tnii in Ml N.l".
Itlvli I 'i- Coral I'.ai.l.-- Ki\. r-
SCHWARTZ. Louis M 7'.'. M.'.l Col-
lins .\\ Ku erslde.
TRACHTMAN. llanv. 77. 254 N.E.
162nd si. Riverside
KRULL. I-:.la B., 7'. : t'ollins Ave.,
M.U Riversldi
REISNER. t.ina, 74, !H1 till St., M I!.
Rlvi '-.,!.
RHODES. Wnlli r A 61, ::: \ w
7'nii si Rlvi rslde
RUBIN. Surah, 7.'.. 17:". James Ave.,
M.B, I r-\ ill,
SURLOFF. Sylvia, 52. In Cleveland,
l id i 11. i; i v ei ili i S11
N.l...
BERGER. Morris -I. ...... West Ave
M. Tl v mn ti
BI-UETHENTHAL. Clara, 1"! I7"l
Michigan Ave M R ith
GENTLER. HX. 7
v M.B. Riversldi
HIRSHiVtAN. r.-.-i.-. 74, UUU l-i.Uin-
Av.-.. mi: ninsbere
husick, Itenjnmin, bs, 1300 N.l-:
I'.-l-i St, Rlvi rslde
KRENZEL. Sail, 73, JMIl Collins Ave
M.B. Riverside
SPENCER. I..-,ni. 71. 1481 X K Miami
Gardens Dr. Riverside Interment
Mi Nebo.
LESTER. Stnnlej I.. 13, 72B VV Trop-
i > .a. miranutr. Qnrdoti,
mw 71MDM
w^nU-Semitisro? Where !?!"
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAl NOTICE
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-1b51
ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
In l!K. The MaJTiane ..f
l vi'RAYNK Ml NUKI.I.. Wife, and
MARTIN ALAN Ml NUKI.I., Husband
I'u MARTIN ALAN MINHKI.I.
,- o ai -' hrsit r
gui Beach With Sin I
A i \ erne, X.-m York
Y..U. MARTIN AI.AX MINI>KI.I..
Ire li.-n l.v ti..1 riled ilinl an m 11
i..i Dissolution of MarrlaKe has '
filed against i"U. ami you are r.--
quired i" servi eopj oi your rrlt-
i, n defenses, il an). to ii on Ua<
petitioner's attorney, DAVID E
STONE, 101 X. W. 12th Av.-nu.
Miami. ILnnla an.I lil.- ill.- original
wiili the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before the ;"ih .\ ol s. p
leinber, IM1, otherwlne a ihiault (trill
I-. entered against you lor the ratlel
demanded m the complmlnl m-tn.-tition
Tins notice shall puhllanad am
..cli week ii-' fsut consecutive w.-.-Ks
in THE JEWI8H Kl.iiKIIH AN
Vt'lTNKSH in> baud ami th. seal
. of said Court nl Miami, Huriila. this
I.ill daj of AUKUMt Al> 1971.
K i: I EAT1IKRMAN, (3erk,
Circuit Court. Dude County. Florida
By: P. "I'Ki vxn
i Rsputy i'i ii ir. mi ''nun S.-all
jl win K STONE
mi N W. l.ih Ai enue
Miami. K|..ii.la
v.iii.rn.1 for Petitioner
S J.i-7 f l|
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS IIKIIRRT CI\'KN thai
111.- ulnh-rsiKlleil, ilesirillK to clujCOK*' In
buslnesa uim.-r ih.- tlclilfojii name
.f i.vii'iTi:ui'/.Kii i:i;i:isTi:ATiriN
SERVICES ai '.'I" l.iii.nlii Rood. .Mi-
ami Beach, Florida Intend to reu -
' r -.ml liana uuh Uir i "leri. ol th.-
fircull l '..in I of |l tdi i 'ountj. i':
THOMAS P CfiVM^XO
i;i> iROE ill.I.. Jit.
i (!]-J"-J7
NOTICE UNDEF.
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY tSIVEX thai
the undersigned, desiring to engagi
in business under the fictitious naim
a APARTJIENT I/1CATOR SERV-
ICE nl l":"':; North Kendall Drlvi
Miami, l-'la. Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of Ihe cireuli
Court of Dade County, Plorldn
BURTON S1E4IEL
! 13-20.27 ::
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No 71-3524
(ARTHUR W PniMM)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE Estate ..f
li \UU\ CHEHXt i\\
I >....,-. .1
To All Creill..... .n.l Ml Person* Rat
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-3292
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
rn RE Eslnte of
BERTH \ Hi IBENM A \
.......-. -I
To All i Tedllors and All Pi i sons Ha-- -
lug Claims ..: Demands Againsi Said io< Ctalms ot Demanda Ajraiast Said
Estate: Estate:
Vou ar>- In r.-i.i notified and it- Y.ii ..i. herebj notified and re-
quired to present an) rlnlms und de- quired lo present an} clalrtnr and o>>
maiiiis which you mn have against mnnds which >..u ma) hav< ntfuiUNt
the estate of BERTHA ItOSKNMAN the estate ol HARRY CHEItNtlW
I i...a-...i lati of Dade County, Kin- .......ed lale Dade County, Kl..r-
kla, I., ih. County Juii>:.-s of Dade ''In, lo the Count) ludgoa >! Im.i.
Count), ami file the same In duoll- Count) and fil^ tin same in dupli-
and a- prorlded lu Section 733 call and as provided In Beclli 7:
Plorldn Statute*, In their office* '* Ekirlda Statutes, In their ..fri,.-
in in.- County Courthouse in Dade '" llu Count) Courthouse In Daili
ro All Creditors and All I'enuins Hav- County, Elondn, within -\ calendni County, Klnrld within siv cafcandai
i- ot Demands Againsi bald months from ihe lime of Ihe fir-i months from the lime of !h.- flr.-i
publication hereof, ot ihe same will t'Uldlcntlon hereof, or the name will
hi barred In bai
Dal....... Miami, PToridn, thla ITth day of tugust. A.D. l'.'7l
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-3163
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate ol
CLARENCE ECGEXE .IKTT
I leceased,
Estate:
Ynu are hereby notified and re-
quired 1.. present ivny clninu and de-
mands which you may have
the estate ol CLARENCE Et'CENE
JBTT ii.. ..,-.I late ol Dade County,
Ktorida, to Iht Count) Judges of liaili
Count)-, and file the sami in dunll-
ate and as provided in S< ctlon ;
16, Ploridn Statutes, In their
in the County Courthous. In Dadi
lay ..r Am ..i- \ ii | I.ILI fAX Ml IRRIS
x Executrix
l'ir-i publication of ihla notice on
he :?'!> iIn.I i Aiu-n- I, 1-71
IM Mi". PINK A PORMAN
1 ri Executl i
. Idlng
i-.itiniy. Florida, within -is call idat Miami, Kloi
months from the lime ..i the first t i-
publication hereof, ot Ihe sami ill "' '
bi barred.
Dated nl Miami. Fioi Ida. II Ii G
da) of Aug., A D. 1871,
C.EOROE El'UENE .IKTT
As Administrator
i Irsl publication ol this ni
the I'nili ,l.iv ,,f Auitu-i I9"l
DAVID M Ol iXSHAK
Attorni y for K.-iaii
i 1*7 N.w 7lh Sin. i
Miami, Florida
1/20-27 9 S-lc
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
1 NOTICE is HEREin I1IVEN that
I lie underslgm u. .1. Ii Ing to ng ,Ki
in bUNlness under Hi. Ilctlllous
ol M:i:\ RI'BBER STAMPS
S, U Mb Sl>
I mi. ii ill VI in nil, Florida. << 2t'lli
SON! A illl.P.V. .\v
ROBE I.AI l-Kl:
\- Exi u
First |.iii.In an.,n .,f this i ran .
Hi. -Till da) of August, i ;
I EO.V \ KKSTKIN
tttnrni y r.i Bnfnte
I2 III oh Itoail
Miami Bi ,, I.. Flu
v : 7 '...it
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-3525
(JOHN R BLANTONl
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
^mtf
G E L B
MONUMENTS INC.
Open Every Doy Cioierf Soibofd
UO SW 57th Ave. MO 1-8583
HfMil*i Only Strictly-' JeWfih
Monument Deolrr
J!eui}}
Jllemoria] Chapel
JEWISH fUNEKAl DMCIOHS
LOCAL AND OUT O' STATE
AHRANCtMtNTS
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUOICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No. 67-13405
(Judge James W. Kehoe) NOTICE TO CREDITORS
NOTICE OF SUIT FOR PETITION ,:' ,:l- EMU
FOR MODIFICATION OF FINAL l:ls "El IFtUtD
JUDGMENT OF DIVORCE AND Deceast I
CHANGE OF CUSTODY
EDWARD .M CONNORS
Putin tiff.
sw mh Streei Miami Intend i re* I, RE Baiiteof
slei Had name with Ihi i'l,-,i ,, BENJAMIN WvlliMVX
' l""" '" I..... County, Florida .....ise'i
-. ..-1..-1. Estati
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71.1255(B)
To ah Creill tor* :,.,| An ,., ,.. .,
';^.'U""- IVmunua Am.....-, Sill,
I .M.Uf.
WEILA i: CONNORS
I Ii a.lain
Tl .. SIIKII.a i: CONNORS
::;! Hlldrelh Btreel Apt. \.
.:i
I
v'"' :n- hereb) notified and n
'l1","""1 '" J......K an)
;,"" nlwh,,fl JRJ" ..... "v.
11 ;',.....' BEX ni:i if.,in, ,|, .
' Dade County, Florida,
rsons Hav
........... Agaloet si
I .-I..!.
11 iu an hi .. bj notified and r.
.i',.ii..I to prcM-nt any claims and I
niands vvbl, i, you may hav. unin-
1 [[": \'"'- < BE.NJAMIN WALIi
MAX deceased late of Da.le Countv
florlda, t.. the County Judges ol Dai
ounty, ..mi f,i, the same in iluoi
'i -.- provided In Section 7
Morlda Statuti -. in th.-lr offi,-. -
- in ni.. Counts Courthous. in Da>l.
1 ounty, Florida, within sl\ .:,
months from th. lime ot thg flrsl
PUldlcatlon hereof, ..- the .-am. ivil
bi barred
Dated at Miami. Florida, this -iiii
la) ol August, A 11 I'.ti
[J M8Y u ALDMAN
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NOTICE UNDER

Attorney for Vnl-C-Travel in
000 8. W. Third Avenis
i: | Miami, Florida :'::l^...
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NOTICE IS HEREin UIVEN I
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1971
fJenisti Ikridri&jn
Page 15-3
kland Estates Units Selling Rapidly
fm apartments in the
It.s complex at 3590
7. Ft. Lauderdalo,
bre rapidly than c.\-
ording to Edward
ii manager. Most of
in the first building,
\n- completion in No-
already boon sold.
wist majority of eon-
ConimuniMcs. Oakland
contain seven build-
lotal of 606 units on
pie. providing relatively
[housing with its aver-
^artmont units to the
itiro project is sched-
bmplcte before the end
"Corn, who has guided
puction Corp. for the
^rs. planning and huild-
han 3.000 homos valued
lan $73 million in this
builder. His 29-year-
pph n H. Corn, who also
firm's vice president,
jonoral eontractor's II-
(panv's projects include
statrs and Villas. Oak-
is North, tho Oakland
fvtr noaring completion in
Lakes, Plaza. Topaz.
|PearI. Leslie and Town
Btry Homes, as well as
commercial properties.
start at S18.790 for the
I'-.- bath unit in Oak-
Bb. All closing costs and
frs' title insurance policy
B in the purchase price,
also includes a pro-rata
lb of the land occupied by
[ling and its common areas,
lontbly maintenance fee of
Stately S40.50 for such fa-
Bneludos water and sewer
I charges, garbage collection, exte-
I nor building maintenance and
| painting, lawn and landscaping
| maintenance, firet extended cover-
age and liability insurance on both
l)i llding' m4 recreation lar-Hrties.
administrative and cleaning ex-
i"'!ises. outdoor lighting. lease
rental and full maintenance ol the
heai. (I pool and all recreational
facilities, real estate and personal
property taxes on the recreational
, facilities onl .
The social e. liter facilities will
Include separate sauna baths for
men and women, separate exercise
rooms, color television, a billiard
and game room, hobby and eon-
fen nee room, heated swimming
pool, shuffleboard courts, social
c< liter and auditorium, movie pro-
jector and screen, screened porch
: fully-equipped kitchen, barbeque
ami seating pavilions, lobby and
lounge area, card room and tennis
j court.
Among the outstanding features
built into the apartment complex
are Carrier reverse cycle central
air conditioning and heat, with a
thermostat for ea< h apartment;
Wcstinghousc all-electric kitchen
which includes garbage disposal,
dishwasher. 17-cu. ft. frost-free re-
frigerator, range with self-cleaning
oven anil charcoal-filtered exhausi
fan; wall-to-wall carpeting with
foam rubber padding, your choice
of colors; fluorescent ceilings and
vinyl asbestos floor tile in kitchen
and bath; large dressing room ad-
jacent to spacious walk-in closet
with full-length mirrored sliding
doors; custom-built mica laminat-
ed kitchen cabinets in choice of
color coordinated combinations.
j and convenient pass-through to
j dining area; laminated vanities
with one-piece top and sink of cul-
tured marble; Italian marble win-
dow sills throughout.
Undisturbed privacy is guaran-
teed by the soundproofing engi-
ne i d in the construction: privacy
;J4j>.alsc> achies.wd by, having the
. front door open into a foyer. The
:olonial-design entranceway fea-
III os a raised panel front door
j with a brass door-knocker and a
ane-way, through-the-door viewer
las will as a single cylinder dead-
I. >'t lock for safety.
Olher attractive offerings are
ample parking for residents and
uisis. two laundry rooms equip-
ped with washers and dryers on
ach floor, trash chutes leading to
nclosed dumpstcrs, and assigned,
Individual, storage spaces. A self-
service elevator is located in the
lobbies on either side of each
building and all construction ad-
heres to the rigid South Florida
building code.
Major shopping areas are within
walking distance of the apart-
ments; also nearby are hospitals.
' professional offices, golf courses,
i religious facilities and other needs.
The entrance to Oakland Estates
| is on the west side of State Road 7
it N\V 41st Street, Fort Lauder-
; 'ale. Directional signs |K>int the
way from that point to the site.
Corn Construction Corp. has ac-
' cumulated a list of financial in-
stitutions and business references
] during the yean it has been in-
volved in the development of
| Broward County. A partial list
' would include Coral Gables and
1 Greater Miami Federal Savings
I and Loan Associations, the Dania
| Rank. Fidelity Abstract and Title
! Company, Florida Power & Light
Co. and the Fort Lauderdalo
Chamber of Commerce.
Local Student Attending
Summer Science Institute
HAIFA Linda Fellner of Mi- "The aim of the program is >
ami Beach is among the 24 high .;ive the participants a sound -
school students from Canada and. and enjoyable introduction ')
the USA currently attending lhe,.srael and to the latest scientil :
first Summer Institute on Science j and technological developmen' i
and Technology at the Teclir.ion- and research work being dor-:
Israel Institute of Technology. here," said Aryeh Freeman. Fo
The students, aged between 16 eig" Students Adviser at the Tecl -
Globe Travel Agency Offices
Opened In North Miami Beach
and 18. are attending lectures by
Technion professors and research
staff on such topics as computer
nion. who is directing the progra n
in Israel. "We hope that this yet
s the forerunner of an annual
operations, electronics, water re- i summer science program tor si -
sources and water desalination, j dents from North America."
and bio-medical engineering. They ]
will also carry out practical lab-
oratory work utilizing some of
Tech e ion-Israel Institute of
Technology, is Israel's oldest ur -
r and Harriet Horwitz re- I lours, cruise* and tickets to "ev-
pened Globe Travel, Inc., a Ierywhere" located at 1613 NE
|il r.-awl agency soecialiiins 163rd St.. North Miami Beach,
liases of travel planning Mr. Horwitz, who is well-known
u*n
HARRIET AND ARTHUR HORWITZ
n South Florida's travel industry.
s completely knowledgeable about
TTUise industry from Florida. He
las had IS years experience in
ravel. Previously associated with
\. T. Henderson Company in New
York City, and Miami Beach Bud-
get Tours, he has also served as
,r officer of Atlantic Cruise Line,
Inc.. and as reservations manager
or Costa Lines. Inc. Both i e large
ruise operations emanating from
S mth Florl !i.
Mrs. Horwil bom into the
travi I i siness. Her fi Iher. Hi r-
Cl '!' of
n He l since its I
. .' i r the pi ii
; I to S mth Flo id i
. I .-el
i M.. .
Mr, R bin*, h i was ilsa '
lerson, trave
Mi i V fk O i
as in ult ml to Gl ib
Trav I i lent.
: i tz, who is x
i c n inal woi k. is
nt-eli cl ol B'nai B'rith Women,
ci 5, a incmbt r of the y.m-
yyvha and a member ->f the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
varsity and its only institution cA
.Technions most sophisticated re-III '. .,
. higher learning devoted fullv to th
search and abor.itorv equipment. .
1 education of engineers and appli. 1
During their seven-week stay scientists. During the 1970-71 aca-
in Israel the group will also travel demic year just ended, it had .
around the country, spend a week I enrollment of 7,150 students, of
at a kibbutz, and receive talks on whom 4.930 were undergraduates
and 2.200 graduates, in its 20 d -
partments and faculties. The aca-
demic Staff of more than 1,000
teaches h curriculum covering ti-
full spectrum of engineering and
physical science disciplines.
life in Israi 1 today. The Summer
Institute program is sponsored bv
the American Technion Society in
co iperation with the Jewish Agon-
Icy Youth and Hechalutz Depart-
! ment and the American Zionist
Youlh Foundation.
'CEMETERY
4-HOUR SERVICE
kplete burial and funeral
bagemenf s for Pelt of all
p, including pick-up service
katiful Cemetery Ground!
I Cremation Services
L Moderate Prlcei
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ADL Charges Publisher
Used Bias Headline
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faith would point ou' ,0 G- P"
Putnam's Sons and its subsidary,
Berkley Publishing Corporation,
that the ad and the jacket cover
of the upcoming paperback are
an outrageous affront." (Berk-
ley plans to use the ail's head-
line on the paperback covert.
Mr. Graubard concluded: "If
the Anti-Defamation League has
been unable to make Putnam's
see the damage that will be
done by the offensive cover, per-
haps public opinion will make it
clear. Indulgence in anti-
Semitism from otherwise re-
spectable quarters has seemingly
become more acceptable these
days i whit with i the new 'any-
thing goes' attitude apparent in
the widespread use and accept-
ance of pornography and
obscenity."
Linda Fellner of Miami Beach, one of 24 North American
students attending the first Summer Institute on Science and
Technology at the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology,
looks at a model in bio-chemistry for studying protein
structure.