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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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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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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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~ Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
^ Klume 44 Number 18
Miami, Florida Friday, April 30, 1971
Price 23c
SECRETARY ROGERS' MIDEAST TOUR
Israel Last
On Itinerary
Washington Sec-
|tary of State William F. Rog-
II,-w to London Monday on
first leg of his five-nation
Sir. State Department sources
Lulil not say in what order he
till visit Egypt, Jordan. Leba-
kn, Saudi Arabia and Israel,,
ut that unless there ha.* been
tn e last minute change. Israel
juld be the last stop.
| Some Jerusalem officials have
nreely concealed their resent*
knit of the faet that the Sec-
Itarj will make Israel his last
lop. They consider being lett
(nil last a slight.
Reliable sources reported that
put;, Premier Ylgal Allan's
with the Secretary in
gton last week was de-
i as "unpleasant" and
as marked by a lack of mutual
standing. Mr. Rogers was
ry tough and virtually "told
i AI ion off," the sources said.
Mr. Rogers reportedly said. "I
mot understand you Israelis.
ling the impression that
u are doing all you can to
strate an agreement with
ypt."
Vhen Mr. Alton said that Is-
>l'g position served American
sts in the region, the s, c-
arj reportedly replied shau-
"Please let us judge what
terica's best interests are -
t as Israel claims the right to
Hi,' what serves her own in-
|r< sis."
As hr emerged. Mr. Alton was
tid to have remarked "I >
Iser now than when I came."
Jis was an understatement, ob-
Irvers said.
|Mr. Rogers will encounter a
pplomatie problem when he ar-
in the Middle Fast. He will
|ve to decide whether to re-
five a delegation of West Bank
.rah notables. The Israeli gove-
rnment has no objection, but
(e Jordanian government does.
Mr. Rogers receives the Arabs,
risks offending King Hussein.
Apparently the group headed
Nablus attorney Aziz She-
adrh. one of the prime movers
Hi the anti-Hussein movement on
he West Bank, wants to dis-
iiss their demand for a Pales-
lian state with Sec. Rogers.
They applied to the U.S. Consul
in Jerusalem for an audience,
and their request was forwarded
to Washington.
State Department spokesman
Charles Bray said the (J.N.'S
special mediator. Dr. Gunnar V.
Jarring, will be kept informed
of the progress of Mr. Rogers'
talks with the Arab and Israeli
leaders. Dr. Jarring is scheduled
to mot with U.N. Secretary
General U Thar.t this week in
Geneva.
Israelis Fire
OnAMig-21
JERUSALEM (JTA) Israeli
anti-aircraft positions opened
fire on an Egyptian MIG-21 in
the northern sector of the Suez
Canal Monday, military spokes-
men announced. But whether or
not the plane was hit was not
i evealed.
According to reports by U.N.
i bservers here, this was not the
first time Israelis have directed
fire at at Egyptian plan's, but it
is the first time military spokes-
men have announced it. Pit
ably, the Israelis uptn tire in
order to chase the planes away.
I i |i liberately miss in order to
avoid provoking a battle.
Since the beginning of the cur-
rent eease-fire, it was learned,
trrre have been 1! Egyptian
overflights of Israeli positions
on the canal recorded. The jets
usually come in pairs, it was re-
ported, and sometimes two pair
fl> together.
Israeli positions usually hold
their fire, observers said, only
attempting to drive the intrud-
, i s off if military secrecy made
it necessary.
Asked why an announcement
was made Monday, when such
information has been withheld
previously, the military spokes-
man said it was "orders from a
higher authority." The reason,
however, is believed to be the
Israeli government's determina-
tion! not to show any softness
in the face of the recent Egyp-
tian and Soviet threats.
Frauenknecht Found Guilty
Sentenced to Hard Labor
L A U S A N N E. Switzerland
|JTA) Alfred Frauenknecht.
the Swiss engineer charged
mil selling the blueprints for
tliiage jets made in Switzerland
jo Israel, was found guilty last
reek and sentenced to 4'a years
k hard labor and doprivi ,1 ol all
|Ivil rights for two years.
The court, which also recom-
ji Tided that be be expelled from
| Swiss Army, was comprised
II five military Judges. It found
that he had been paid the equiv-
alent of 5200.000 for the doeu-
lents, and thus, although he
tos not motivated by greed, he
What's happening here...
REPORT TO THE COMMUNITY
Spurred on by record-shattering gifts to the 1971 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fond campaign,
more than 850 volunteer workers this week launched simul-
taneous individual and group solicitation of the Greater
Miami Jewish community.
Beginning Sunday, the Women's Division will launch
a community-wide Phonothon attempting to reach 6000
Dade Countians who have not yet made a commitment tc
the CJA-IEF campaign.
High-rises and condominiums throughout the community
have responded and have held hundreds of meetings,
breakfasts, dinners and cocktail parties, in order to reach
each and every resident in these buildings.
The face to face solicitation approach of this campaign
is being conducted through a series of parlor meetings
reaching out to the fast growing areas of Dade County.
While the plight of Israel and her gallant people are
foremost in everyone's hearts and minds, our campaign
workers and many contributors are not losing sight of the
importance of maintaining a strong, healthy and viable
Jewish community here in Greater Miami. The major bene-
ficiary of the CJA is the United Jewish Appeal which pro-
vides ongoing programs and services overseas. And our
local agencies are also dependent upon the proceeds of
the Combined Jewish Appeal which enables them to pro-
vide the many social, health, education and welfare services
that are needed in our community.
M-./C 0uJu>-
eral Chairman: Joseph H Kante-
Greater Miami Jewish Federations
1971 Combined Jewish Appeal
and Israel Emergency Fund Campaign
Grand Mufti Rumored
Invited To Amman
was guilty of economic espionage
and treason.
After court adjourned, his de-
fense attorney declared that the
monev Frauenknecht had re-
ceived for obtaining the pi,ins
had been confiscated and ex-
l ressed the hope that Israel and
world Jewry would come to his
assistance. Frauenknecht con-
fessed to selling the blueprints,
but claimed he had done so in
oidei to aid Israel, which was
Unable to obtain the Mirages ,t
had already purchased from the
French.
JERUSALEM (JTA1 The
West Bank buzzed with rumors
this week that one of the most
controversial figures in the Arab
world. Hai Amin el Husseini. the
one-time Grand Muflt of Jeru-
salem, may go to Amman. Jor-
dan, at the Invitation cf King
Hussein.
The rumors have come froio
travelers arriving from Amman,
most of whom are considered
reliable informants. But both Is-
raeli and Arab officials find it
hard to believe that the Jordan-
ian ruler would extend an olive
branch to the fanatical political
extremist who was implicated in
the assassination of his grand-
father. KiiiR Abdullah, in 1951.
Husseini is despised by A
and Israelis alike. Aral I
him responsible for promoting
the bitter factionalism within
their ranks which persists to
this day Israelis remember him
as the instigator of the bloody
anti-Jewish, anti-British riots in
1929 and 1936. His anti-Jewish
activities were crowned by a so-
journ in Berlin under Hitler's
protection during World War II.
where he was regarded as the
prime Nazi collaborator from
the Middle East.
After the war. the c\-Mufti.
whose exact age is unknown, but
who is believed to be ncarlv CO,
turned up in Cairo, lie has been
living in luxurious exile in a
tieavNj guarded Beirut villa
since 1948.
Arab leaders have expressed
surprise at the suggestion that
would invite an
i ;> mist of his ilk to Jordan,
which already has its hands
with the Palestinian guerrillas.
B II some SOUrceS suggest that
perhaps the King is planning to
use the Mufti, described by one
who knew him as a despicable
icl r on evi ry count." to
dit El Fatah leader Yassi -
Arafat among extremis!
nts.


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Friday. April 30. 1971
Award Committee Receives
8 Additional Nominations
i.
lV
The Dade County Outstanding
'itizens Award Oonmittae has n-
, ,w{\ I ad litiona) nomina-
tions, bringing this year's currenl
otal 1i fifteen.
The awards '.:'.! be presented
i the -'Mil Annu J D ide County
?utstanding Citizens Award lunrh-
on to ' i the Duponl Plaza Hut. :.
Nominations are being accepted
through Friday. May 7. by Mel-
in J. Haber, committee ch lirman,
Security Trust Building, Suite 239,
Miami. Florida 33132.
The eight include The Very
U verend Canon Theodore K. <;ii>-
Mn, nominat ol] and Elizabeth L. Virrick, past
ward recipients, who ". can
hink of no one who exemplifies |
now perfectly the spirit of
brotherhood and d dical
Bath (Mrs. Arnold) Greenfield,
i-1 nominated by Eliz ill in L.
Vin l!,,'1
ii ., If as a 11 to widenii
he h iri :ons of un
hildren by introduc i i to
ii .... c, art ind Ir ima."
Paul M, Bruun, I li>
erson To Person for his work i-i
nitrating ". through S ive Our
Seniors the fii si ho) me pi i fram
n Miami Bi ach" and I: ". .. join-
ng with us In giving dii icl h '> to
hose in troub'e" in the Miami
irea.
Bernard Besnlek, sponsored by
L*?o Steinman, past award recipi-
ent, and by Ih.> Parkway Chi!
Ire i'i i 'in- r I Isl n of the Met-
ropolitan Dade County-Florida De-
lartment of Youth Services, "iHoi ,
s known to thousands of orphai I
ind under-privileged young poo-'
plo of Dade County as Tncl.
Bernie' in recognition of 19 years j
>f love, interest, time and efforts
>n their behalf."
Ann (Mrs. Jack) Friedberg,
nomin-ited hv the Greater Miami
section of the National Council Of
Jewish Woman, Inc. for her work
its projeot idirector of Womi In
Community Services (WICSI.
(Shei has performed an out-
standing volunteer saw ice to our
community."
Marie (Mrs. Thomas 1\) Palmer,
submitted by Eil i n R coe Raci-
cot. past awanl recipient, who de-
scribes her as ". this busy lady
, who always has lime for ev-
i eiyor.e, especially those in trouble."
Dr. Louil Srliuart/man. spon-
sored by the Bureau of Jewish
| Education for his service to the
entire community in programs for
youth and adults.
Samuel I. silver, Kq.. nomi-
nated by the American Arbitra-
tion Association for giving
"... freely of his time am) exper-
tise to city, county and state .
(in furthering) the growth of
irbitration."
Previous); i im n I v< re Car-
los i. Ar'iaieya Carl L. Browning.
Herbert W. Hoov r. -Ir.. Harry
Levy, Betty Pat Nowtln, Wllliun
'.. Pallol and l>r. Ben Sheppsrd.
7h t ion to
.. I-. n I on oi who, in
?h eyes of tho judges, ha
irmi ti the m is)

:!e fu
m Ifar ol
community.
for
the
the pood and
11 ide iunty
The event, now in its 24lh y
is sponsored bj Sholem Lodge No.
1024 of B'nal B'rith in coopera-
tion with a broad spectrum of
Dade County Civic clul)s
Patron of the award is Joseph
M. Upton, chairman of the board
of Dade Federal Savings & Loan
Association of Miami.
i
Award judges are George Beebe,
senior managing editor of the Mi-I
ami Herald: Ralph Renick, vice
lenl of WTVJ: and :
Shochel ed:1 a *ml puMilktr oi
sh Floridian.
JWV Auxiliary Wil!
Install New Slate
A i til I m on- of tlv 'I.
Springs Jewish War Vet-
erans Post 681 and Auxiliary will
be held at Temple Tifereth Jacob
Sunday, May 2, at 9:30 a.m.
At s ioint installation held re-
cently, the following officers were
installed: commander, Stanley
Bine; senior vice commander, Arn-
old Moskowitz; junior vice com
nder, Jerome Goltzman: cniar-j
termaster, Leon Sllverman: chap-
lain, David Goldberg; adjutant.)
William Sydeman: judge advo-
cate. Tat Lingaton: trusi Sylvia
Diamond; officer o) the day, J -ss
i; in.
Installing (fficers were di
men) sen) c nder. Petei
Bluesten: donartroi.....vic->
[erl "' Gopmat
second ''' ''> ''
liner.
Brotherhood Breakfast Set
i M irk Cirlin, phvslcian. will
.v thi featured speaker at the
Temple Or Olom Brotherhood
st on Sunday morning. Thi
innual blood d ive sponsor) d
!v |h, p. .,.',.-I,-.-.-" will also take
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breakfast meeting on behalf of the Greater Miamfi fe^
Federation's CJA-IEF campaign recently. Particppants b
eluded (from left to right) lack W. Sloan, and Al*x Bering
cochairmen; Rabbi Solomon Schiff. director of Che Federa.
lien's Community Chaplaincy Service, who/ was
speaker, and Hairy Sacks, honcrary^haumc^
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ay. April 30. 1971
+Jewist fJcriafGtri
Page 3-A
in Israel bond campaign
[eater Miami Past
Half-Way Mark
D SCHWARTZ
battering purchases and
Kits totalling $10 million
St the 19"1 Israel Bonds
h in Greater Miami past
tion'a Middle East policy.
But after Sen. Gurney made a
strong ca.se for Israel support,
which the Florida Republican has
advocated throughout his 10 years
;:: -r. -1 ^B>--f~ H
fl ?^ h ; ^ 1
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Students Celebrating
Hillel Community Day School
anniversary of Jerusalem reunite:
| in the school auditorium Friday a
students will celebrate Israel's [ special candlelighttng servlc
23rd anniversary and the fourth'11 a.m.
anacsc
f-way mark towards a
no.d lor the year.
rous, pro-Israel pronounce-
by two United States sena-
righlighted the annual Israel
f'ndence Day dinner at thr
loau Hotel. The more
800 persons attending the
I ,. night banquet responded
dramatic plea by Rabbi Leon
fcnish, national vice chairman of
londs, who urged them -,t i
nevi r before to demon-
Itc i Sens. Henry Jackson and
11 ney that we stand togethci
|h Hi people of Israel in thes '
llrs "I confrontation in the
H ast."
immittee chairman Janes M.
bert said Greater Miami con-
|u>. to lead the nation in DC
tal sales of Israel Bonds. May-
foavid Kennedy of Miami repre-
itod Gov. Reubin Askew, and
fight i $1 003 hind himself. Din-
irman Richard Pallot moved
I am along smoothly, I
William Pallot n i
handsome Shield of Israel
p si nted I".- Dr. In <:
^i- i m, I a:d chairman of the
p: I or; ini/al ion here
520 i'n the House and Senate, Sen. Jack-
son chifted to a
for Senate aid to
bi-partisan
Israel.
bid
The Washington Democrat, af-
fectionately known as "Scoop/1
s:nee he was four years old. Urged
Israel to stand firm along the Suez
Canal unless a canal settlement
is made is part of an overall Mid-
dle Fast peace settlement.
The Youth Commission of Beth
Torah Congregation has en-
gaged Gerald Lester as full t
lime Youth Director. He will be
in charge of all Youth Activities
at Beth Torah, such as U.S.Y.,
ma
amggpp
"Any combined peace-keeping
force involving the major powers
would onlv bring more Russian ,
...ops in. this time to Israel's, TYoun(? ,udea and Scou,s- Mr"
frontier." Sen. Jackson said. "Our | Lester will assume his duties
first job is to get the Soviets out | about May 20.
of the Middle Fast." he continued. ~ "
'and any peace settlement should
include a phased withdrawal of all
Russian military forces, including
advisors, from Egypt
"Israel's real problem is the
U.S.S.R., not Egypt," he declared.
"If the Arabs were the main prob-
lem, there would have Ix'en a set-
tlement long ago. We must recog-
nize the Russian involvement as
part of a centuries-old dream of
the Czars for do nination of the
Meriterranean."
Now there's a whole new way
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gourmet cuisine, entertainment and a gala reception
on board. The reverse cruise, New York-Miami is also
available, leaving New York every Saturday.
For more information and reservations, sec your
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- wh playi tl key roles
i Rabbi Mayer Ahr
introduced Sen. Gurney, and
i i I.aria of Par: 1
m. who inti I Si n J i
parly -. ... ,,| ( Jreal
Sen itor Jackson s lid the
ing ol the Suez C inal would per-
mit th n navy to sail into
the Indian Ocean within seven
months, but it would take seven
veais for the West to be able
i get its ov< rsizi .1 t inkers through
ii Jewry t > >k
mi! lighting
i Men irah
part in the tl ;
,,:' the SI il
si iii'.
i shol >m Hnnoin *ed
becord-si I S3 purchase,
[: :: 'haSCfl Ol $100,......I
ire v i: nOlinCI >1 bj
II s and banks. But the highlight
the i i matic
nl l Sen, Ja rkson, th
lashington Democrat who told
Miami Beach news conference
lat he Is now "an official non-
I te" He hinte I strongly
lat he will seek the 1972 presi-
Intial nomination, and that he
III enter several primaries proli-
xly including Florida's contest.
In his prepared remarks. Sen.
lekson who led the successful
fht last year to secure Israel
w and significant shipments of
nntom jet fiphters and other
ms from the United States -
a reopened Sue/.
11 S l it mi j and Sen
san called for face-to-l
tions between Israel and the Arabs
Sen Gurney lauded the Nlxoi \ I
i m's position on Israel.
Sen. Jackson had roundly denounc-
ed ii in a prep in d new
but said he would use the n i
later in the week at a New York
City celebration of Israel's 23r I
birthday.
Bond leaders noted that the
schedule of dinners and other sales
events sponsored by synagogues,
the labor movement, high rises
and other organizations indicate
that the community will reach its
$20 million goal. With eight months
to go. $10 million is already on
hand. "And that's a real birthday
present for Israel," Michael Lit-
vak, director of the bond organi-
zation for Greater Miami and
It,-irked the Nixon Administra-' Florida, pointed out.
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week or to, what ll called "Pins-
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nist China has produced a sort
of euphoric delirium. The only
ile comment Is to nigg< -'
that everyone ought to trj
see the skull b Death the skin.
A< to the skin, it Ls very pleas-
ant. The only rational VS. pos-
ture has always been complete
i to enter into relations
with the Chinese Communists,
nt the Chinese
ranted to have re-
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beginning to be poss It Ls a
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Volume 44
Friday, April 30, 1971
Number 18
5 IYAR 5731
Serious Search Deserves Support
Any serious search for peace in the Middle Ecst must
be supported, and since the mission of Secretary of State
William P. Rogers, who will visit the scene shortly, is an-
nounced as having that purpose, it could make a valuable
contribution to the cause.
The hope is that Rogers' tour will be more than an
ego-trip; but his past pefrormance and recent articles would
indicate that while his interest in a peaceful settlement is
genuine, he is too ready to discard facts and reality in
order to win his own place of honor in the Nixon adminis-
tration.
General S. L. A. Marshall, pointed out recently in the
Miami Herald that Secretary Rogers has been providing
aid and comfort to the Kremlin and Egypt by trying to push
Israel back to its pre-1967 borders. "To persuade Israel to
give up all occupied territory. Rogers has advanced a
mishmash of promises so vague and so general that they
can hardly be regarded as policy," he said.
An article on the CIA several weeks ago in the New
York Times cited the fact that Rogers was so anxious for
the "political victory" to be gained by last August's cease-
fire that he ignored the pleas of his own State Department
intelligence to use such thinas as the CIA's U-2's and
other surveillance methods which would have indicated
just what the Soviets and Egyptians were up to. And, again,
the article states that when the reports did come in they
were consistently ignored "for political reasons": Rogers
and his Middle East advisor Joseph Sisco were less con-
cerned with violations than with getting a cease-fire under
way.
If the first step in meaningful negotiations is to be the
opening of the Suez Canal to traffic, then Israel has shown
its good faith by not only approving it but offering to with-
draw from the east bank for some distance so that the pos-
sibility of an incident is lessened. But to permit Egyptian
troops to occupy the east bank is nonsense.
We support Secretary Rogers' mission but it cannot be
one which sacrifices Israel on the altar of either political
victory for the administration or personal victory for a
Secretary of State who too often seems to find himself out
in the cold when it comes to making foreign policy.
The Way to Build a Viable Community
The coming-of-age of the Jewish community of Greater
Miami can be seen in the splendid, functional new home
of the Federation on Biscayne Boulevard which will be
ready for occupancy in a few weeks. From a hole-in-the-
wall on Miami Beach to a literal hovel in Miami, the prog-
gress of the stature and stability of Greater Miami Jewry
is measured by a simple building of which we all can be
proud.
If A were just a building which meets the needs of
properly housing this important agency, enoungh. But this
parvruiar braikiisg represents a unique cooperation of
asjff '-'" Bated '-' '-'-* *< ''' sssi IswdkMhlpi The funds
can* bom just IX men who assessed themselves S10.000
eccfa so Art there was no need for a public campaign
whtcfc inwiVI astect the vital Combined Jewish Appeal-
scad Esjasrgescv Fund drives, and it was based on a
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'A giving. Three promi-
9M*scoJ contractors lonaod a cea*ortiB which con-
4 <* befldSr -^n-profe basis.
I wf m riobie community is b*.
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Comment
Our local newspapers pretty good Job of reporting th*
news and ; .-1 out well in com-
bat Ison with others in major met-
r ipolitan areas throughout the
country, except in |>olitical re-
porting.
The two dailies are singuarly
weak in this department,
whether through a deliberate
policy of ignoring it or through
an inability to fill it with at
least one competent newsman.
They do well enough in cover-
ing the State House and City
Hall scenes, but any news|>aper
can do that with "made" news.
THKIR failure, it seems to
me. is in reporting the really
important political news, the be-
hind-the-scenes activities which
shape the destinies of our State
House and City Halls.
This criticism undoubtedly
stems from my own predilec-
'. ns, having been involved in
politics virtually from early
childhood and having settled
here some 15 years ago partly
because I was fed up with being
involved as a political writer,
publicist arid campaign strate-
gist for several decades. 11 even
" an unofficial six-week fur-
lough working on Franklin
Roosevelt's fourth bid for the
presidency while I was between
overseas military duty in 1914.
so you have some idea1.
BIT MV feeling! about this
d a personal de-n
' r informed. I feel the
: be better served,
nore inti
h< po ices thai

Herb Ra u
md Nixon Artmi:

US. posture tov hina has
always been the 1 m\ onf
I. It '_
not the Americans
-..
THE MAIN pert
to that ;; si s to be
: .n the Sii ..
years ol .1
c .-'> mil the So-

frontier everythii
led for a suri
culate Chin i
powi ;
The Stl
.'tempted.
be nucle ir. It!
troj 1
bility There is
th it in M is.....,
preaching status
quite independent n
1 is 1 ojarded by
. quite intoleral
THE WISEST Am
ysts agree that in
th hui'dup on the fi
still to, the Soviet
came very close to att
Chit* 1' immunlsts S
the Soviets have pul
bit politically, while
Continued on Page IS-A
r
1
by EDWARD COHEN
a gular basis.
Take this item from Kan >
column, for instanci "1 lialeah
Race Track has quietly signed
-. I Everett 'las. long-
time publicity director for the
Hialeah track, will continue 111
that capacity."
AM ALERT political writer
would have made a good Story
of the fact that Fisher is one of
the top iiolitical operators in
these parts, manager of man)
successful legislative campaigns,
lobbyist in Tallahassee for one
of our local governmental agen-
cies. And tied it all in with Hia-
leah'S fight to retain the lucra-
tive mid-winter racing dates
against Gulfstream'i challenge
which will be decided by the pol-
iticians in Tallahassee
Or a small item that announc-
es Circuit Court Rhea Pincus
--man as the installing of-
ficer at the annual dinner of
the Dade County Young Demo-
cratic Club this weekend.
(HVINfl Judge Grossman such
xcellent exposure and not other
Democratic hopefuls for her job
next > ar seems passing strange.
since she's one of former Oov.
Kirk's lame duck appointees who
recently switched back to the
Democratic party after having
been registered as a Republican.
But it's not so strange when
it_ becomes known that Larry
Newell, one of powerful political
puWi 5l ve Ross1 assistants,
nst ill id as president of
the YD's and that Ron is likely
to be in eh irge of Ju Ige Gross-
nst 1 h isl
Dei
' At I" I think it's a
HE BEST
'
inM h indl n
"1
mittee on the :
ing the method ol
- to the D
National Convent!
You may recall I
big issue in Chic .. S and
the McGovem Com
formed to come up
wers It li is and I
ones, and any number
including New York
already have made 1 re-
forms. But not Florid >'
despite many quiet meeting! at
B state level.
WHY? Well, the I
who showed their pow< r In 198
by electing delegati
Eugene McCarthy left
such stahvarta as Qaudi Pwr
and Dante Pascell in the |
ess 1. have asked that all
gates he elected on a Congres-
sional district basis New
is doing it that wa) and -
Illinois with minor excep-
tions,
Such ;i one-man.
mula weighted with boms 'le-
gates for districts which """1
Democratic in TO iremwnber
the state went N \
give liberal districts like Pa*
and Hills-borough heav) P
sentation.
tiif. DILEMMA for the Dem-
ocratic eatatolishment, to '
hoped-for changes BChle
through the vlcl C,n\.
Askew and Sen. Chiles. -
how to stop the Dade liberal
I think that's a real
inside, but gem 1
interest every
newspaper n 1
l< our new :
met 1 '':
it '
M
ing. but why -


Friday, April 30, 1971
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'Y9 Salutes Retiring
Executive Director
South Florida community lead-
in will pay tribute to Efraim H.
Jale Sunday night for a lifetime
rf service to the Jewish commun-
Etv center movement at a dinner
Scheduled for 6:45 p.m. in the
Gr md Ballroom of the YM-YWHA
, Greater Miami, 8300 S\v 8th St.
A 6 p.m. reception will precede
hi' banquet which will mark Mr.
Sale's retirement as executive di-
rector of the 'Y' after 20 years of
llstinguished leadership.
William Aramony, executive vice
president of the United Way of
Cmerica, will be the principal
lape.iker. Mr. Aramony, former
<\ alive vice president of the
United Fund of Dade County,
worked closely with Mr. Gale dur-
ing six years of service in this
community.
Stanley R. Gilbert, associate
treasurer of the YM-YWHA. is
fchairman of the dinner, with Paul
fraske. chairman of the board of
he V.' serving as cochairman for
p -pi tribute presentation.
Others who will participate in
the program include Arthur S.
Rosichan, executive vice president
of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration; Robert P. Porman, execu-
tive director of the United Fund
of Dadi County,
Thi 'Y' is a beneficiary or both
the United Fund and Federation,
and Mi Gale worked closely with
niz i' ns during two
i ly gr iwth for the
lc- liate of the National Jew-
i-.' VV Ifare B lai I.
annual meeting of the 'Y'
v be hi Id in cor luncl Ion with the
i mitj -vi d testii oni 'I t>' Mr
( Le .n K iplan, a pas
r of both F -deration and the
i'\ hi ad the immlt-
i Katzn n v lb
h | as presidi nl ol
[ t > V: with Sam Seitlin as h m
I v sidonl Ulan J
Evan
, | Morton SIV
[l no nin ited for vl presid nl
the tens of thousands of youngsters
and adults who utilized the facili-
ties and service of the Y' are also
members of the Gale family.
His business day started often
before 8 a.m.. and continued until
late at night. Only the Sabbath
saw an end to his vigorous leader-
ship.
Elected as president of both the
New England and Southern sec-
tions of the National Association
of Social Workers, he was also
a board member of the U.S.O. and
its treasurer, and he worked ef-
fectively in campaigns for both the
Combined Jewish Appeal and the
United Fund.
When the Six-Day War came
in 1967. he helped to move the
focal point for many Israeli ac-
tivities, including Aliyah and youth
visits, out to the "Y."
A member of Temple Israel. Mr.
Gale worked closely with all con-
gregations, th^ir rabbis and their
staffs in making the "Y* a vital
part of the community for two
exciting decades of growth and
progress,
Sunday night, the community
will honor him as re retires, but
in spite of poor health. Efraim
Gale can l>e expected to continue
to lie one ol Great"!' Miami's most
active communal workers.
Hillel Sponsoring
Informal Meetings
Mrs. Joel Ii. Dennis, chairman
of the Hillel Community Day
School p.t.a., has announced an
informal get-together for Broward
County parents it Hid'ftbrKe of Mr.
and Mrs. Don Solomon. 4620 Jef-
ferson St., Hollywood Thursday at
8 p.m. A similar gathering will be
held at 8 p.m. Tuesday in the home
Of Dr. and Mrs. Lee Duffner. 1041
NE 180th Ter., for Dade County
parents.
The primary purpose of these
gatherings is to provide informa-
| tion to parents with school-age
children regarding the exceptional
education provided by Hillel to |
the Jewish community, said Dr. '
Joel B. Dennis, president. The prin-
cipal, Rabbi Simon Murciano, will
discuss its unique program and
answer questions from the group.
Hillel. which opened its doors
last September with Kindergarten
through sixth grade, will add a
nursery class and a seventh grade
next September.
Mai Fromberg New President
When Malcolm H. FrombergI some 15 lodges in the South I
was installed as president of
B'rith Council of South Florida
I odges recently at the Seville
Hotel, the guest speaker was1
Louis E, Wolfson.
Officers who will serve with Mr,
Fromberg during the 1971-72 club
year Include Howard Neu. presi-
dent-elect; Ira Catz. Sidney Rit-
ter, Noah Smyler and Fred Sny-
der, vice presidents; George Levy.
treasurer, and Harry Marcou
secretary.
Ida area with a membership of ap-
y 7.0 0. The Counc
ordinates the activities of the
md i h group is entltli I
I i md si delegates to its
assembly.
Rabbi Shapiro In New Post
Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro, spir-
itual leader of Temple Zion. was
recently elected as the spiritual
advisor of the Florida Region of
the National Federation of Jew-
The BB Council is composed of ish Men's Club,
'Be Kind To Animals Week'
'Humane Sunday' Is May 2
"Humane Sunday, introduced in
1951 by the American Human:1
Association, will be observed on
May 2. The day also marks the
beginning <>f the 57th national "Be
Kind to Animals Week."
B 'tli concepts are sponsored in
Dad.' County by the Humane So-
ciety of Greater Miami. Kenneth
B, McG ivern is SPCA executive
lit ect >r.
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Jp1$t> n^rktaaiir,
rriday, April 30. 1971

,
.'ltS
Max Lerner
Sees It
In case we doubted it before, we now have the bleak report
rom two congressmen just back from Vietnam that heroin has
hed epidemic proportions among the American soldiers. But
soldier in Vietnam Is an extreme situation, and its ten-
ms maj I I ir the precipitous spread. The young inside the
I Sti i 's have their own tensions, to which heroin is the
rsi possibli inonse But many feel that lesser drugs, especi-
i 'i ire prettj harmless and offer not real psycho-
How about it?
When I was on the West Coast several weeks ago there w
ew in the Los Angeles Times with a psychiatrist on the
Dr. D. Harvey Powelson, containi
:- of marijuana on the young people ii h I
'',\ In thi past few years. It seemed to me .!-
d ;>> a practicing psychiati ist. Hi
steadj I the >> mpt ims ol
sion. His report came clearly out
f th rice with the j
it can II th mo i relust tntly because of his earlier impres-
na was basic y hai nless.

Hi: now HAVE a STRIKING confirmation of the Powel-
son testimony in .1 studj by two Philadelphia psychiatrists
l '1 v Harold K ind William P. Moore in the Journal of
the AMA. Of 230 patients they had sen in the past five years
who were marijuana users, there were 38 in their study sample.
from 13 to 24 years old, who used marijuana frequently, had not
other drugs and had no previous mental illness. Their find*
fngs lib d with those of Dr. Arthur Kornhaber, who reported on
50 marijuana using teenagers (some of them also using other
drugs) in an earlier article.
The findings are very unhappy ones. The folklore of the
young, which says that smoking pot a few times a week is no
different from taking a sociable drink or smoking cigarettes
moderately, just isn't true. The young marijuana patients were
f >und to be apathetic, passive, listless, depressed, self-isolating,
disoriented in memory and with other mental functions disturbed
1 impaired
Sonii doctors sum ii up as a pattern ol ego-distortion, others
.s a serious slow-down in the maturing process. Whatever hap-
; ns seems to happen through a toxic effect on the nervous sys-
t "ii. and when the marijuana use ends, the symptoms also level
off and diminish. Dr. Kolansky sums up his view vividly by say-
ing that the adolescent marijuana usei is 'playing chemical Rus-
9 n roulette," and Dr. Kornhaber says it crises something like
hemical frontal lobotomy."
fr
Tills is STRONG TALK, but if it jolts some of us out of
out complacency about i>ot as a "lark" it will prove useful to
the young and the whole society. None of these studies pretends
11 be a controlled experiment under laboratory conditions, which
is terribly hard to achieve with drug users. The study by the two
Philadelphia psychiatrists comes closest, because they eliminated
Users of other drugs. While we don't have the final answer yet
and may never get it the direction of the answer Ls getting
cleaver. Right now I wouldn't want any son or daughter or Stu-
dent of mine to settle down to a steady diet of marijuana for six
months or a year, not just because it might lead to other and
v.orse drugs, but because of its own possible-or probable-impact
n the functioning of the mind and wilL
This doesn't mean that I go down with the law-and-order
crackdown group on marijuana use. I go along almost all the
way with John Kaplan, the law-school professor whom Gov.
Reagan api>ointed to a study commission on marijuana and who
nded with very un-Reagancsque conclusions. I think that the
barbaric penalties for possessing and use should be lightened
take the mystique away from possession and use) but I believe
in prosecuting the pushers and the big fellows involved in whole-
ding the product. I do not. however, believe and here I de-
I art from Kaplan that making pot easy to get will solve
nvthing.
ir ir it
I AM MDKK CON< KRVF.D righ now with the question of
psycholoetcal consequences. When psychiatrists told us that LSD
was a destructive drug, the vogue for it on the campuses col-
i ipsed. I don't think the young are suicide-bent. If they come
to believe the results of the recent marijuana studies they will
t Some psychiatrists identify so strongly with the young coun-
t rculture that they resent studies like the ones I've discussed.
1 >ne of them has even expressed a fear that such studies will
widen the credibility gap between the generations. But it is
scarcely a scientist's role to urge that we perpetuate a myth in
.1. r to keep the illusions among the young sweet and whole.
Let's have the probable truth and trust the young to be strong
enough to take it.
Former IRS Commissioner
Special Tax Seminar Guest
Sheldon Cohen a former Com-
missioner of the Internal ReventK
the special guest
A KWtKfte WeeHiUc*!'' Session'
will feature Henry Forer speaking
on "Charitable Contributions
Since the Tax Reform Act." and
Byron Sparber discussing "Private
Foundations and Public Charities."
The T 1 hnical Si ssii n will be
followed by a cocktail hour and
Id 1 ,..;:, Mr C hi n will de-
D.C. Institute
Accountants.
of Certifi. j Public
The Foundation "f Jewish Phi-
lanthi opii is a new enti rpi .-. 1
the Greater Miami Jewish Feder-
ation geared to futui e o immunity
bj the use ol i- q
ndowments and trusts. Its acting
., cretarj is Arthur S. R -.,
er a ... on "The Futun whi serves as I
in la ions." Mr. ti e vice pn sldenl Thi 1
art 1 in a
,. to D.C. law iii in, is on th
( 1 to the C
: .-. is S
to th D tic Na-
1969 and is
Ldvi
littee ol
:.. u 1 '1 ntei.
Wash- f stei s is still in foi 1
Th Foundation's Tax
in k thi coch 1 iip of
Ml. Lipnl I 1 :
< mpris I of
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1 larlcsHertzi
; Gei ild (Catcher. S
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tiators,
Simeon Spear. !
., Tra im, Sam Ulln ai I A E,
and an honorary
SHELDON COHEN
speaker at the Maj 5 Tax Institute
and Seminar of the Foundation of
Jewish Philanthropies in the Du-
ponl Plaza Hotel, it has been an-
, nounced.
Attorneys, accountants and in-
surance men interested in the new
tax laws regarding charitable con-
tributions since the 19J9 Tax Re-
form Act have been Invited to
attend the event, according to
Hairy B. Smith, chairman of the
Foundation of Jewish Philanthro-
pies. The invitation was extended
by the Foundation's Tax Commit-
tee, with Norman Lipoff and Mor-
ton Marcus as cochairmen.
Kidney ("enter's
Money Problems
Solved For Now
Dr. Everett Shocket. chairman
ol the Comprehensive Health
Planning Council's Kidney Dialysis
Committee and president of the
j United H'alth Foundation, has an-
I nounced that a financial audit of
j the Artificial Kidney Center con-
I ducted by the committee had re-
1 vealed that no current financial
: deficit exists in the program.
"it is gratifying to be able to
make this positive report to our
j community," Dr. Shocket said.
j "Our findings should reassure the
community regarding the status of
this most important life-saving
program." He attributed the suc-
cess of the committee's study to
date to the cooperation of the L'ni-
versitj 0! Miami. Metropolitan
Dade County. The United Fund,
and the Artificial Kidney Center.
Dr. Shocket, who also serves as
president of the United Health
Foundation, a United Fund agency
that has .successfully acted as a
community catalyst in solving
pressing community health prob-
lems, indicated that the Dialy-is
committee would direct its delib-
erations toward determining a
method for continuing the program
after July 1st.
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Sen. Bayh Leads Official
Israel Birthday Salute
South Florida Jowry continues
Its c.-Irbration of Israel's 23rd
birthday this weekend; the com-
munity s activities were to be.
highlighted by a rally for more
than 3.000 persons in the Miami
Ileach Auditorium Thursday night.
Senator Birch Hayh of Indiana
was to be the principal speaker at
B ^icantic Salute to Israel spon-
Miivd by the American Zionist
-".deration in cooperation with the
; cater Miami Jewish Federation.
Miami Mayor David Kennedy,
RobM Irvine Lehrman. the Hi hi-
Registrations For
Academy Day Camp
Are Being Accepted
Registrations are now being ac-
cepted for the Hebrew Academy
Summer Day ("amp scheduled to
opeii June 14 on the campus of
the school at 2400 Pine Tree Dr.,
Miami B'ach.
Hoys and girls aged .'? through
" 1 will he enrolled for the day
imp season which will extend
through Aug. 6.
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, prin-
cipal of the Hebrew Academy.
Im will personally guide the camp
rogram, declared, "The Acad-
emy's summer facility offers a
unique opportunity for children
i enjoy a learning experience in
camp program i!i >t will include
the finest in recreational activi-
"The complete athletic program
will include swimming instruc-
tion as well as well-rounded sp irts
ti\ities aimed at providing ma\i-
m enjoyment along with physi-
cal fitness goals," he said. "The
i Pts and crafts program will fea-
ture weekly field trips and out-
i igs with all activities under the
Hipcrvision of the Hebrew Acad-
ny's experienced and well-trained
socialists.
"Music and dramatics activities
ill include skits, dancing, voice
o lection and singing. A special
cience program will feature lab-
ratory experiments, science proj-
ets and nature study," he con-
linued, "and hot lunches and free
i us transportation are provided for
. !1 registrants."
Additional information may be
Ined by calling the school
Ice.
Shevin Appoints
Schwartz Deputy
Attorney General
j
Herbert T. Schwartz, the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Schwartz. 7323
S\V 63rd Ct., has Ix'cn appointed
by Attorney General Robert Shev-
in as Deputy Attorney General for
the State of Florida. Ho will take
office on May 1.
Herbert and his wife, Jeanne.
are practicing attorneys in Gaines-
ville, where they are partners in
the law firm of Bennett, Schwartz.
Schwartz & Blank. He will take
e leave of absence from his law-
firm to assume his duties as Flor-
ida's Deputy Attorney General.
A native Miamian. Herbert grad-
uated from Miami Senior High
School, and received his B.A. and
J.D. degrees from the University of
Florida his M.A. degree from
Wichita State University, and Mas-
ter of Law degree from the Uni-
versity of Illinois. He is associati
Professor of Social Science at the
University of Florida.
A memlier of Florida Blue Key.
and the Trial Lawyers of America,
he is listed in Who's Who in Amer-
ican Colleges anil Universities, He
served in the United States Air
Force and is a member of Hie Re-
serve Commission Judge Advocate
General's Staff.
In addition to his parents the
new Deputy Attorney General also
has two sisters that live in Miami
Mrs Joseph B. Beisman, 8190 SW
69th Tvr., and Wn. Robert J.
Frecdman, 475f> SW 8(ith Ave.
mail Players and Mayor Jay Der-
mer of Miami Reach were also
s'ate RUegel ah jr'"*ral chairman ami
Mm. Milton (irei-n. national vice
president ol the Zionist Federation
as coordinator.
Governor Reuhin Askew pro-
claimed Thursday night and Fri-
day as Israel Independence Day,
Following the Hebrew calendar
used by Israel in determining the
official birthday. 'The fifth of lyar
tell on May 14-15 in 1948, when
David Ben-Gurion announced the
astablishmenl of the Jewish
tion).
na-
Most Reform congregations in
Dade and Rroward counties will
mark Israel Independence Day
witli -pedal holiday services. The
Rclorm Movement adopted it as a
lull-Hedged religious holiday by
overwhelming votes of the Central
Conference of American Rabhis
mil the I'nion ol American He-
brew Congregations.
Many Conservative and Ortho-
dox synagogues also will mark the !
occasion with special services and
programs, although their move-
ments have not yet officially en-
act! d Israel Independence Day as
a Jewish holidaj.
Tickets for the auditorium event ,
wen- to lie on sale at the DOX Of-1
lice throughout Thursday: some
ducats should still lie available as
Sen. Bayh arrives here for a 7:80
p.m. news conference prior to the
8 ;.m. rally.
A leading contender for the 1972
Democratic presidential nomina-
tion and a .strong supporter of
Israel in the United S'ates Sen-
ate. Bayh returned from a study
mission to Israel two months ago.
Kosiehan Speaker
At L-\I Reception
Arthur S. Rosichan, executive
vice president of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation, will be the
guest speaker at a University of
Miami Faculty Club cocktail re-
ception to lx> held on ix'half of the
1971 Combined Jewish Appeal-
Israel Emergency Fund campaign
Sunday at 4:31 1 p.m.
The event is the first or-.; mi/el
effort made bj tin- University of
Miami Faculty on behalf of the
CJA-IEF campaign, which sup-
ports more than -lo local, national
and overseas agencies, ^s well as
providing vital social welfare needs
to tin people of Israel.
Members ol the Faculty ll >-s:
Committee for the affair include
Dr. s.muei Ersoff, Dr. Edward J.
Fox, Dr. Leonard J. Greenfield.
Rabbi Stanley A. Ringlet-. Robert
Sandier and Dr. Karl Wiener.
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YM-YWHA's Annual Installation Dinner
To Fete New Officers And Ef raim Gele
The YM-YWHA oi Greater Mi-
ami's annual meeting and instal-
lation is set for Sunday, in the
Grand Ballroom of the "Y," with
a Reception ;it 6 p.rrj. and dinner
it 7 p.m.
In addition to the meeting, this
will lx' an occasion to honor Ef-
raim H. Gale, retiring executive
director of the "Y" for outstand-
ing service to the "Y" over tli
past 20 ve ire.
Leon Kaplan, a past president
of Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion and of the YM-YWHA, now
serving as chairman of the nomi-
nating committee has presented
the following slate of officers for
1871-72: president, Jack Katzman;
honorary president. Sam Seitlin,
vice presidents, Allan J. Gluck-
jtern, Norman Kasser, Evan Ol-
ster, Morton Silbcrman; treas-
urer, .1 ack Schenkman; associate
treasurer. Stanley Fi. Gilbert; re-
cording secretary, Edward Lustig;
corresponding secretary. Milton
Balsam; financial secretary, Mrs.
Rav Berrln.
The Board of director* will Include
Richard J. AIm-I, Milton '.nl.-.-ini. M'
K.t.v lierrlii, I Jerry Bloom, Sandy
florhnc r, 3 : l< I li.....r, Kabbi Jon
ih I'. C'aolan, Melvln Ciiuaen, A. Hudi
(Sutler, I...... v ': mleln, Matthev
EtthiKi r. i.. raid i: Paliek, Pau
Prink. Moi in P ; iiman, Alfn
lateln, .f ul' i Preemai M r
Ronald I : Mi Stai : K Kllni r
Allan J. Oil '-ll leri"
kowllz, Arthur r> Hor\vll, '..
Kaplan, Vormni k.e- r. Jack Kutz-
mnn, Mrs .1. i; Katzman, Davi
Kenln, Allan 1 I el ter, I nar I 1.
I.,vim.-.i. i -, William l."\i!i Moi
rl l >. I evltt Jack Luhin, Edwar
l ubHk, Johi-iiIi Malli h, Ji nb Mat;
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Milton Slrkii I : I eonar
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The Mil B i h '.i Club's 14i -
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i
B'NAI B"R1TH LODGE ASSOCIATION
Pascoe Florida
State President
Samui I Paa.....Ill I
I n< w presl Florida
Ass iciaiton of B'nai B'lith
SAMUU PASCOE
Lodges during in. mization's
"; annual i tion in the
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Mr. I asc i who will i> insl
' j Arnold D. Lllison,
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Th ipen with
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v. ith Di .id berg
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lumbei scuss
Ith in thi i 0's." Jud Ml I
A. Friedman wil serve as toast-
; othi rs on th an
tt Roth. Dr. David
Miami Beach Mayor Jay Dormer.
Metro .Mayor Ste] hi ;i Clark, and
Koplei t of Dis-
trict .">.
Mr. Koplen will also be the main
speaker at one tl two lunch-
eons to be h< i the con-
tention. The Ma) 1-3 conclave
will also feature two m< mbership,
program:'iui I leadership
development workshops and three
business sessions, one of which will
it devoted to the li tioi of '<''
gates and officers. A remarkable
Study on B"nai B'rith in Florida
a ill also be : ted by Dr. H -
ry Wengrow.
State Attorney !.. G r-
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at the installation ban-
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! All- n Pallot, chairman of the
Community and Vel rans Servic*
Commission. Others on the pro-
pram are Rabbi Sol Landau, pn --
ident of 1 i Sreater Mian;; Rab-
Association, Louis Ossin-
iky, Jr., ol Daytona Beach, outgo-
ing president Robbie Roth, the
Hon. Paul Seiderman, Immediate
pasl presid nt of District 5, and
Rabbi Stanley Ringler, director of
the University of Miami's Hillel
Foundation.
Members of the Convention
Committee include Col. Philip
Cohen, Jack Click. Adele Arnold.
Herman Nudelman, Jack Brown.
Ni ah Smyler an.l Bernard Lang-
11 i g.
Mt. Sinai Founders
Keelect Shapiro
Edward Shapiro has been re-
lirman of the Foundi i s
f Mount Sim I Hospital.
Seven vice chairmen were also
chosen by the organization, i
of whose members has contributed
550.000 or more to the hospital's
development fund. They are Bor-
tha i Mrs. Leonard) Abess,
Darsky, Judy IMrs. Phillip' Dash,
Kelner, Sydnej i
.;..-- Mrs. Ruth
v lick.
Men- In the Founders
presei tly stands at 234, Including
i-l newcomers who were honored
at the gr tup's annual dinner-dance
last month.
Lord Edwin Samuel To Be
Beth Am9s Guest Speaker
Pythians Schedule Meeting
The next regular meeting of the
Georj G shw In Ki ghts of Py-
Lodge No. 196 will be held
Monday, al 7 :30 p.m., in the Surf-
side Civic Center. Chancellor
l Richard Wasserman
will preside, and a social hour and
on will follow the meeting.
The Right Honorable Viscount
Samui i I Great Britain and lsra< I
will be the tpeaki r at Saturday's
Beth Am Israel Dinner
Si i in th< Fontainebleau Ho-
tel, dinni r chairman Marvin Mar-
k( wit nnounced
Lord Samuel, a noted expert on
t administration and a
leading authority on the State ol
: ivi ifi i thi State of
Israel Shal m Award upon Mr.
and Mrs Alb rt L< vine, honon s
i t li:- I VI I
Prior to the 7:30 p.m. dinner, a
j o'clock ; ption will be hosted
by Mr, an Mrs. Levine in Lord
Sam honor.
A prominent author and one of
- most well-known public
ists, Lord Edwin
Samuel, Viscount of Mount Car-
mel and Toxteth. first came to
itine as a membi i of thi Bi It-
ish forces under Lord Allenbyand
partii the liberation of
from thi
'n
i! e
has
' th.:
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the country
Turks. He
iui ntified with tl e
velopment for the past
ii.il has spent most of
th re,
In 1930, when his fath
Viscount Herbert S unu<
Britain's first High C<
for Palest!) the I.
l
joined the British civil {
thai o untry. Whi n the |
[srai i m ;i~ i ital Hah d -
founded the Institute ot P
ministration and served
pal ol the school train
Israelis in the conduct I .
ment affairs.
Eddie Schaffer, who
". as an Ami rican -
folk humorist. \\ ill offl :
comedy routine for the i_:::
n i tainment. Music for dii
dancing will be provided by-
Lenny Dawson Society Oi
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Friday, April 30, 1971
i*Je*isf Fhridlian
Page 9-fl
Dr. George Wise Retreat for Families
& Of Students Near
Dinner Speaker Ocala Set May 7-9
mm
(ieoi Wise, president of T< I
^vi\ l :\.rsiiy, will speak at the
W...\ i"> testimonial dinner honor-
A unique attempt to <'->--< t'i
a major, independent cduc I neration gan among th Stu-
force m tiir Jewish state i :- !i'
Ari.:' i Greater Miam V
Dr. Wise is a frequent visitor to he ma<<, d-iring th v---'-c \ -
the South Florida area. He has \jav 7.;, wn ..
taken a position of leadership in ^y & held for families 0' .' '
the Greater Miami Jewish Federa- ,.mv ,tudent ., camp O
tion, Greatei Miami Hebrew Acad- .. h country of
emy and othei local trganizatioi \ \..- 'orest.
-i n Ing his tw > gi eatest lov 5
Jewish education and th S
lsi ael.
Temple Menorah and T I Avi\
h s sp i"- : the
\! Org :-:':-
Kc idemj a "<' i ntlv foi me '
Of I | i .):
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Rosen, a p isl president of the
synagogue who has served the.
Israeli institution as both p :
sport s p ecu
Sol Popp r, ict'.vitii s c!i i- m in
i| the .'.' gr tup. d c'an .l .'
dent of its American Friends or- retre : wi'l offer a ra e >' i
OR. GEORGE WISE
t_ Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz at
1 Fontainebleau Hotel. The ban-
quet will mark the completion of
; years ol service by Rabbi Ab-
1 imowitz as spiritual leader of
Temple Menorah of Miami Beach.
Announcement of Dr. Wise's ac-
ceptance was main' by Robert S.e-
gel, president of the congregation,
! dinner chairman Jerry Suss-
man. The dynamic president of
Israel's second largest universitj
w fly h.re from Tel Avis 1 xpress-
|y to ioin in the tribute to the I
I : ; porti d.
Ra bi Abramow tz has serv< :. -
,-.- ist in) to Dr. Wise for sevi r il
y rs .n the implementation of an
A erican student program .it Tel
University. The two men also
v rked out an exchange program
between the University of Mi
; I th< Israeli institution of high-
< earning involving both studi
I \ :-i!in;' professors.
Dr. Wise is a former chairman
Ic! the board of governors of the
brew University <>f Jerusalem,
. d a past national president of
ie American Friends of the He-
brew University. After years of
to H-U the oldest and
-: Israeli university, he w is
1 Hi i upon by the government of
Israel and the City of Tel Aviv
to build Tel Aviv University into
ganization an! chairman of it?
international board of governors.
In addition to Dr. Wise, leaders
from numerous other organization?
on an international, national and
in the families >'. -'
to shai ei I ire < eken 1 >'
guided P ibbath and social pro-
gramming."
Rabbi Alexander S. G ns
local level will join in the salute to cipal of the Hebrew Academy, will
Rabbi Abramowitz. a past presi- personally direct the spiritual and
dent of the Rabbinical Association educational program at 'he re-
of Greater Miami and of the Jew- treat. Coach J. I. Montgome-y.
I ish National Fund Council who Just I ohy*nl education director of the
25 years ago this spring, dedicated | Academy, and Morris W-tdman
the first new synagogue in Ger- director of Camp Ocala. will leid
many which was opened following the recreational program for the
the Hitler Holocaust. The 19461 weekend.
ceremonies took place at Mai burg
Additional inform1'
th-
weekend may be obtained from
off ce of the Hebrew Ac.demy.
am Lahn. while he was sen:-
Jewish chaplain of the fami d
United States Third Infantry Di-,
\ .-.on.
What was taking place in i
many so Impt essed thi salem-
born Graduate of the J
Seminary ol v rica t! ,-
he stayi I on until 1951 with th'.from 9 0 1 by Mrs.
the American Army of Occupation Rhona Milller, a bi-weekly Bible
and the American Joint Distril i- stminai conduct. I b> Rabbi Sam-
! tion Committee. His work then uel Z. Jaff. in the chapel, and a
helped to send thousands of Jew- Monday noon Dutch-treat
ish survivors of the Nazi terro to on with the rabbi in the chapel
the young state of Israel. lounge. ______
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Friday, April 30, 19?|

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LJh* fKiXbbi C5pcah* J~ro*n \j/ie f^ulpit
L itw.i.il. .., ii, -.;
':
Pure Hearts, Pure Minds
r.v RABBI MILTON scillJNSKV
TeMple Atlitch Veshuruli
I of the more familiar as-
pecta i tra litional Judaism is the
custom of the individual to come
to c !. m* ni worship at a time of
nake a request for a j
"MESHABARBGH LEOHOLEH."
This prayer,
which is all-en-;
compassing, is a I
pica for good!
health for the
individual who is |
u u f o rtunately '
stricken. It is
interesting to
note that the
following words
are included:
"May he be heal-
ed both in soul
and in body."
Even m ancient times when this
K i.i i was originally com|>osed,
the jjroat minds of our faith real-
for in individual to be
hi a meant not only physl-
but mental health also
II of a human being
.I would greatly affect
I irts ol him, also. Con-
oth bodj and mind
i d.
un lerstanding we
or Torah
this Sabbath.
- of I'.i/ri i and Me-
i i themselves mainly
- types of leprosy which
m m during the Biblical
can one observe and do the com-
mandments properly if he is not
physically or mentally capable?
Thus, while the laws may be
old. they are not old-fashioned,
and while the illness that is men-
tioned may have disappeared, the
lesson it brings to our ovvn form
of civilization
as tomorrow.
is still as modern
Rabbi Sehlinskv
While ue have, to a great degree.
Iieen blessed with men of great
minds and ability to help us in our
times of sickness, the Torah still
says to us the healing process
must begin from within.
Broward No. Dade
Council to Install At
Membership Event
A Gold Honor membership affair
was to be held Thursday at 8 p.m.
in Hollywood's Hillcrest Country
Club under the sponsorship of the
Broward North Dade Council of
B'nai B'rith Women.
Mrs. Peter Perkel Of Miami
Beach is serving as chairman of
the event, which will feature sur-
prise professional entertainment.
di Bserl and coffee. Members who
'aid their 1971-72 dues before
March .'ii were to be guests,
A briel installation ceremon)
was to be included in the evening's
festivities, with retiring Council
lany7theseV'Taws*"may|P^esiden, M,s Davi turn-
ti I outmoded and
u nd yet 1 ley serve a spe-
which the Torah wants
to impai i to us. The need of prop-
'i c for the physical aspects of
strongly enunciated.
me of the commentaries
oi thes chapters of the Bible state
thai those types of illnesses were
! by immoral behavior, it
' teaches the need for
th. Thus again, the
ing of what makes a good
1 ing. the necessity of a
pur- heart and a pure mind to
individual to function in
manner is therefore the
our entire belief. For how
CANDLELIGHTING TIME
, 5 IYAR 7:32
ing over the gavel to Mrs. Ronald
Jay of North Miami Beach before
taking up her new post as coun-
selor. Mrs. Arthur Horwit/. sec mil
vice president of District 5. B'nai
B'rith Women, was to be the in-
stalling officer.
Also taking office are Mrs.
Peter Perkel, president elect; Mrs.
Gertrude Greenl>erK, membership
vice president; Mrs. Hairy Kbner,
Community Veterans Service vice
president; Mrs. Mabel Landau, re-
cording secretary; Mrs. Jack Lieb-
man. convs|x>nding secretary;
Miss Pauline Rosenblatt, treasur-
er; Mrs. Kdwin Janofsky, social
secretary and Mrs. Jack Burte.
historian. Trustees include Mrs.
Adcle Arno, Mrs. Joseph Morgan.
Mrs. Newton Hofstadter, Mrs.
Murray Skup and Mrs. Stanley
Goldberg.
The participating chapters are
Amity. Aviva. Beth Tov. Dedica-
tion. Fort BraderaaM, Freedom,
Hallandale, Hollywood, Hillcrest,
MeoringS, North Dade, Point East,
Sky Lake, Sunshine, and the new
Fort Lauderdale Chapter no*- in
formation.
By RABBI SAMUEL .1. FOX
Why N the Havdola on Satur-
day night lerited over wine?
The commandment in the Bible
which orders the Jew to "remem-
ber the Sabbath'' is interpreted by
the rabbis to be a kind of aware-
ness that is accompanied by the
cup of wine on Friday night and
the Havdola is recited over the
wine on Saturday night.
I'sing the win" is perhaps 8 sym-
bol of the Joy with which one greets
the Sabbath on its coming and on
its going. This is comparable to
toasting to a good friend or de-
sired guest both when he comes
and when he leaves.
Some commentaries iToldat
Yaakovi claim that the use of the
wine for the Havdola ceremony at
the end of the Sabbath serves tO
fortify man's spirit which is weak-
ened at the thought of having the
Sabbath leave him.
The Sabbath is supposed to en-
low man with "an additional soul."
Th" departure of the Sabbath thus
finds this additional soul leaving
him. The use of the wine reminds
him to keep up his courage be-1
cause the additional soul will re-
turn to him one again on the next
th.
Whj are the spices used at the
Havdola ceremony?
According to some comment n ies
(Tosafol Pesakim I 2:D) the
spices are also used to bolster
man's spirit. The aroma of the
spices are representative of the
spirit of confidence and assur- I
ance which man gains on the Sab-
bath and which make him feel
satisfied.
Those things in life which are
desirable are sometimes charac-
terized by the presence of a pleas-
ant aroma. The Sabbath certainly
is one of them and. thus, when the
Sabbath is gone, at least the mem-
ory of the Sabbath remains. The
aroma thus rests with man as a
reminder of this during the rest
of the week.
MIAMI
AHA VAT SHALOM CONGREGA
TION. 995 SW S7th Ave. Orthodox
Cantor Aron Ben Aron. 1
ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowitz 2
8ETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. Ken-
del! Dr S. Miami. Reform. Rabb'
Herbert Baumgard, Cantor Micheal
Kyrr. 3
8ETH DAVID. 2526 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau
Cantor William W. Lipaon 4
KYhIhs 8:15 p.m. Sermon "The Future
,.f Jewish Identity." Saturday a "<
Bar Mlttvah: Erie i:.....nbenr. ""' "f >
Mr ami Mrs Charles llonenbera
----
9ETH EL. SOU SW 17th Ave. Orthe- j
dox. 8
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SCTH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave. !
Modern Traditional Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Ben Dickson
Prlda) 8:15 p.m. Topic "The Final
Solution" saturdaj 8:45a m Ii IB p '"
Poi lion ..f Law 8:16 p.m "Clean-
linexa Is Qodlineas."
BETH TOV (Temple). 6438 SW 8th
St. Contervative Rabbi Simon
April. Cantor Seymour H:nke P
ISRAEL (Temple) OF GREATER
Miami. 137 NE 19th Street. Reform.
Rabbi Joaeph R Narot. 10
MENORAH (TEMPLE!. 6;o : c.
Conservative. Rabbi Maye- .
owiU- Cantor Nico Zeldman "
NtR TAMID (TEM"1 t). 80th St .
Tatum Waterway. Cor.
Rabbi Tugene Labovitz Canto, W I
ward Klein. "}
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OHEV SHALOM. ,055 Borita o-
Orthodox. Rabbi Pruneat Weoer
man. -I
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SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER tu
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahr
CONGREGATION Ei7 CHAIM 1Mj
44 Washingtor Ave. Rabb. A
Groner.
K
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEVISH
CENTER, 1720 79th Stree- Close.
way. North Bay Village. Coneerva.
tlve Cantor Carl Bender
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
ADATH YESH'JRUN (TEMPLF
N. E. Miami Gardens Driv Con.
aervative. Rabbi Milton Schl rsky
Cantor Nathaniel Schub.
BETH TORAH NL 164th St ,i- i :
Ave Conservative. Rabbi M.i< L p.
schitz. Cantor Jacob Renzer. 34
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 1S3rd St
Conservative. Rabbi Charles Rune!.
Cantor Jack Lerier. jg
ISRAELITE CENTEH. 3175 SW 25th SINAI (TEMPLE) of NORTH D40E
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L. 18801 N.E. 22nd Avenue P
Prazin Cantor Nathan Parna*s 11 Rabbi Raloh P. Kingsl-y.
Friday 6:30 p.m Saturda) > i > :t m Irving Shulkes.
"Portion of the Week Frlda) 8:15 p.m 1
-------------- Da} Haturnaj mi i.
_ ... ..... % ll' Si nil Si
OP OLOM (Tempiei /:>a S W. 16th M|, >|,.|v|n St-lli
St. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph Glix- -------.-------
SKV .AKE SVNAC.OCIJE 1
19th Ave. Orthodox. Ralir .
Caplan. 38
man.
13
TIFFRETH ISRAEL. Sinn N M.nmi
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein
14
Frldaj :15 p m Topii : l.i-
dep< ndi nee Da > Sa lurdas 8 .1 m
TIFERETH JACOB (Temple) 951 E
4th Ave. Conservative 15
----
ZION (TEMPLF). 6000 Miller Rd
Conservative, Rabbi Norman '4. Sha.
piro. Cantor Richard S. Browdy. 16 i
NORTH MIAMI
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
13600 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative. I
Rabbi Joseph Gorfinkel, Cantor
Ben K'an Kirschenhaum. 35
Friday 8:15 p m Cantata written by
Rabbi Joseph A Gorfinkel titled:
"The Romance of A People" In ob-
servance of Israel'* 23nl Ajnnlveraary
MIAMI BEACH
AGUDATH ISRAEL, 7801 Carlyle Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Issac Ever. 17
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox
Rabbi Berel Wein 18
BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Raibbi Shmaryahu T. Swir.
ky. Cantor Maurice Mamches. 19
BETH RAPHAEL (TEMPLE). 1545
Jefferson Ave. Conservative Rabb,
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh 20

SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Tazria Meteor
And the Ix>rd spoke unto Moses, saying: Speak unto the
children of Israel, saying, if a woman conceive and bear a man-
child (Chapters XII-XHD .
SOME LAWS OF PURIFICATION: After childbirth, a
m ither was not to enter the sanctuary for 40 days if she had borne
a sun. and for 80 days if a daughter. At the termination el tbef
periods, she brought burnt and sin offerings to the sanctuary.
and could then resume her normal life.
LEPROSY: Nobody suffering from leprosy was allowed to
enter the sanctuary. When, there/ore, a ]>erson's skin shower]
symptoms resembling the early stages of tire disease, he' was
brought before the priest for examination. Should the priest,
after scrutinizing the spots or scabs, he unable to give an im-
mediate decision, the sufferer was isolated for seven days and
then re-examined. If the marks had not developed, a further
confinement of seven days was required. Then, provided they
had still not spread into the skin, the priest pronounced the
person concerned clean. If the contrary was the case, and the
priest was certain that this was indeed leprosy, he pronounced
him unclean.
A number of other suspected cases are listed together with
di:criions to the priest on how to make a correct diagnosis, The
leper was sent to live outside the camp. A garment could also
become infected by this disease, perhaps through contact with
a leper. A similar procedure to that described above was followed
the priest carried out certain tests and the garment was
burnt if he declared it unclean.
'Respect For Law'
Is Meeting Theme
I North Shore Optimist Club of
Miami Beach will honor local \to-
lice who have won awards during
its program on 'Respect for Law"
on Tuesday at 7:15 p.m. at the
Camelot.
Officers to be honored are Glen
Mowrey, Metro recipient; Eugene
["orek, Miami Reach bonoree, and
John R. Hastey, Miami bonoree.
Principal speaker of the eve-
ning will be Dan Sullivan, head of
the Miami Crime Commission.
Chairman 01 the law and order
committee is William Blatt, and
president of the North Shore Op-
timist Club is Lloyd Cooper.
ax*.
- Ml BB.IH.il '. ..,. :.
Local Delegates
At UCP Meeting
Jack 'Schjilinger. president of
Miami Csirr-bral Palsy Associa-
lion. .inri John Koran, executive
dir >etor 01 the UCP Center at
1-111 NW L4th Ave,. were desig-
nated ,-,s the local representatives
to "11 22nd annual meeting of the
National CCPA in Denver, Colo.,
this week, *
"Citizen Advocacy," a concept
based on a ope-to-oae relationship
between a competent volunteer
and a handicapped individual, will
'r' one of the conference highlights.
Dr. Alan Guttmaehcr, president
if the Planned Parenthood-World
Population, will discuss "Family
PPi.innir Contribution to Less-
ening Cerebral fibnormalities" al
a conference lunch-on on Satur-
day.
BETH SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 4144
Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kronieh. Cantor David Conviser 21
BETH TFILAH 936 Euclid Ave. Or
thodox. Raibbi *useph E. Rackov-
*y 22
BETH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGREGA.
TION, 843 Meridian Avenue. 22.*
CUBAN HEBKEW CONGREGATION
., ?c Washington Ave Orthodox.
Habbi Dow Rozencwaig 23
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EMANU-EL (TEMPLE). 1701 Wash.
ington Ave. Conservative. Rabbi lrv.
ing Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler 24
Friday 5 pm., ,, ,, Bermoni la.
ni.ls l:..-.).l,> A |.,..,v,.,. ., A
bKE.1i s.',"l"i,v '' I" Bermon: "Th.-
tteeklx port inn -,r the Bible." tn-30
urn. Itiir Mltivah: Joel Myer 1 evi
wn of Mr an.l ||n Harry A. I*vjr*'
Hr\?Rn^A-CADSMV' 2400 '"etre.
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross. 2
CONG. AN-NELL (Branch of H..
srrr. ien.iy) m st "* *"'
n.n A.11e'.0rtnod0*- Rbb' Abraham
DCn-Mlll 'I. p- .
KN,E.SEJH ISRAEL. 141S Euclid Av,
Orthodox. R.bbi David L.hrfieTd'
Cantor Abraham Self *"*
?7
YOUNC. ISRAEL OP
MIAMI. 990 NE 171st St. Ortl
Rabbi Njftali Pr
COUAl GABIES
JUDEA (TEMPI.E
Blvd. R.'or'ii. Rahl'i Mc.
r
Dnj s < Mr a.i \ 11 '
Stli-l l':iy. IV tun
1 .. Iliuum
ZAMORA (TE"nn'i ti Zamen Ave,
Conservative. Rabbi M.ixw-ll 1
Cantor Nathan Zolr.ndek. 41
FT. LAUDERDAIE
BETH ISRAEL (TEMPLE', B47 6.
Oakland Park Blvd R.-iibi Sheldon
Edwards. Cantor Maurice Neu. 42
EMANU-EL, 1246 W. Oakland Park
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Arthur J Ab-
rams. Cantor. Jerome Klenient 41
v
P0MPAN0 BEACH
SHOLOM (TEMPLE) 13? SE 11th Ava.
Conservative. K.n.iv Morris A. okop.
Cantor En est ?..-h'eibr 49
SURFSIDE
MOGAN DAVID CONGRECA* ON.
9293 Harding Aw., Surfsidr
Hall Orthodox. RaUbi Isaac D Vmi.
SO
MAUANDA1E
HALLANHAi E JEWISH Cr
126 N. E. 1st Ave. 44
HOLLYWOOD
BETH FL (TEMPI E> 1381 S sOT
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffa, 41
i"i Ida] v 1:. p.m Topli "tof '
th. American .1, a "
BETH SHALOM (TEMPLfV 1T2I
Monroe ct. Conservative r..tcbl
Morton Malavsky. Cantor liini
Gold. 4S
SINAI (TEMPLEl. 1201 Johns"- St.
Conservative. Rabbi David Shapirj.
Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun. *t
MIRAMAR
ISRAEL (TEMPLE) 6920 SW. 35'1 St
Conservative. Rabbi Elliot J. Wno-
grad. Cantor Abraham Koeter. 41
MARGATE
MARGATE JEWISH CENTER 6101
NW. 9th St.
Thi page iM prepared In
cooperation with Ihti Greater
Mumi Rabbinicul Association.
Coordinator oj he feuru'<
appearing here it
RABBI MAXWELL BERGER
Spi'ntudl Leade* of
Temple Zcmora
Corel Gables
...
.:.:..,. i.
rCabb'mical VeLiiioM 7^'
roaratnt
*li 2 Ch. 10. 9:% a.m. The Jewish Worship Hour
Host: R.il>bi Norman Shapiro, Temple Zion
Ch. 7. 10 a.m. The Still Small Voice
Topic: "Book oi Psalms"
Host: Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, Temple Menoniti
Ch. 4, 8:30 a.m. The First Estate
ropic: "How Cm-s the War on Poverty?"
Host: Rev. Luther C Pierce
t: Isaac Withers
''' : Rabbi Sol Landau, Beth David Congregation,
Re> Jack Cassidy
^^uaaiiisaiissaissaiMiMsssmMiais^^^ni_-----______...... _
M 2
Mai >
i


.Friday, April 30. 1971
"pJmiisti Maridfioun
Page 11-A
AS MOIVT SIISU PRESIDENT
Samuel Friedland To
Serve A Second Term
(^AolelTorah wni p American Bank Plans An Addition
Oiler New Summer.
Pan Amei ic in Bank ol Dadc
County, which celebrated Its 15th
anniversary on April 24, is plan-
ning an addition to accommodate
its continuing growth and better
servo an increasing number of
customers'.
Samuel Friedland lias been elect-
ed to a second term as president of
Moui t Sinai Hospital, it has been
announced.
Mr Friedland was returned to
office by the hospital's Board of
Trustei s at the annual member-
ship meeting last week. Also re-
elected were Max Orovitz, chalr-
n in of the board, and Baron de-
ii.' ;h M yer, vice chairman.
D ... chairman of
Mount Sinai's cut r nt develop-
in fund campaign, was named
. pi al mg with pre-
vi offl lolders Shi ; ird Bi I.
Max V. C I II nu !
.1. I! 'iman, I: i rd Kane, Jo
M pton, Dan B. R Ed-
u Shai iro and Milton Weiss.
l mard A VVien was el ted
si ci tary, A. I'. Fine an I Snm A.
i,. ildstein, .i-N (I int secretai -
Leonard Abess, treasurer, and Mrs.
Lila G. Heatter. assistant treasurer. .,,, H.,\,cv{ Russell for two years
and Nathan Manilow and Clifford
Day Camp Concept
Oholci Torah Day School is of-
fi ring a new concept in summer
day camping, according to Rabbi
David Shapiro, who will be its di-
rector and head counselor. The
day camp will open June 14; clos-
ing day is Aug. I>.
i Ipcratioi s we moved In I lc-
1956, to its present I
tics al 1323 NE 163rd St., North
ni Beach.
Three newcomers Louis Hand,
Sydney Levison and Louis Wolf-
son II, were named to the Hoard
stees. I- Jules Arkin. David
P. i' t.-m in. Mr. Darsky, Mr. Fine,
Mr. Faske, Robert 7.. Greene.
Aaron Kanner, Bing Kossof, Ben-
jamin Meyers, Julius Rosenberg
and i arl Susskind were re-elected
to the board for three years,
Harold Brown, Robert Fcldman,
Isadore Hecht, Henry Keller. Mil-
ton Kelner, Marshal R'wenbers
Pci'man for one year.
J
In addition to a full range of
recreational and cultural activities
including spcrts, swimming in a
lymmc-sized pool, drama,
arts and crafts, singing and danc-
' imash, prayi rs, Hebrew
n ligious instruction
will .:'- i n available in order to
pi rid a total program ol educa-
tional I efit as v,'-.I as a fun-
day, said Rabbi Shapiro.
i. i now beii
it thi schi ol, loeati d at
i rfi
f i m 9 a. n. to 4 p.m. Monday
tlin Fri !..
I*al>i)i Abramowitz
Principal Speaker
11 A iramov, it -. spir-
itual le id ; ol T mple Menorah
will s|.....k on "An Outstretched
Hind For Peace," at the celebra-
tion of the 23rd anniversary ol
Israel's ir.di pendei <. by the I
Weizman Branch Farband Sun-
day, at 7:30 in the Washington
Federal. 1234 Washington Av
Cantor Saul H'.veh of Tempi '
Beth Raphael will presi nt the
musical program. Moe Levin is
chairman.
During it- 15 years ol operation
the bank his incn ased its total
assets nearly 17 times, to becomi
the larg st in North Hade When
the bank opened in temporary
luarters Apr I 24, 1956, its total
assets were $2,229,300. Total as-
current ly exceed $39,000,000.
Founded .is the Bank of Dade
."oon'y...thc institution later affili-
ated ."lib Pan American Hank of
Miami in formation of Pan Amer-
ican Bancsharcs, Inc., a regi ted
bank holding company, it changed
'- name ii No\embi r, 1969, to
"Pan A ii c i Bank of i >ade
isize the alfilia-
ei.
\uur little girl
is setting married.
At last
Other board members serving
out unexplred terms in addition to
previously named officers, arc trus-
tee- .lames M. Albert. Mrs. A.
Herbert M ithes. Hank Meyer.
Hurry N:ithenson, Malcolm Wold-
cnberg, Joseph Davidson and Syd-
ney Gans, and life trustees Jacob
Arvey, Sam Blank, Ben Blum. R lhhi Abramowitz
Harrv Blum. Kdwird L. Cowen,: .... .. .
* ., r- a chairman ol the Jewish National
Mac Gache. Abraham Goodman.
Dr. Morris Goodman, Paul R. Gor- Fund and of the Conference on
don. Mrs. s. Harvey Greenspan, Soviet Jewry of the Greater Miami
Will it be a small wedding and a big reception, or vice versa?
After all. there are a lot of relieved girl friends and rejected boy
friends that have to be accommodated, one way or another.
Either way. there are no two ways about who should handle
the affair. Who else but the Deauville? For the affair of the
season...be it wedding, reception, confirmation, banquet, meet-
ing or gala...no one can touch the Deauville for elegance of
service and cuisine, and the downright luxury of the surroundings.
And we never let down our standards. Whether you invite
25 or 3500 guests. Can your little girl have been that popular?
Deauville
Call Al Sicherer/Executive Food Director/ 865 8511
Ocean at 67th Street On the new Miami Beach
fed
HANSH.
MARCUSE
MMftn i Director \ 1 \
CATERING "*..........S. J
rood Nwwty *V >, |
louiswmmi 10): )//
.n.. rM -.....t*v'
531-6061
Nathan Gumenick, A. J. Harris.
Samuel Kann. Benjamin G. Kline.
S. c. Levenson, J. Gerald Lewis,
Leon Lowenstein, A. J. Molasky,
Stanley Myers, Joseph Rose. Ja-
cob Slier. William Sinner. Harry
Sirkin, Joseph Stein. Abe Waxen-
berg, Carl Weinkle. Louis E, Wolf-
son and Mitchell Wolfson.
Ex-officlo member of the board,
by virtue of her position as pres-
ident of the Mount Sinai Auxili-
ary, Is Eva (Mrs. Meyer) Don.
lew'sh K'V ration.
*0tir
MIMUIOMT I 2J 1. U SIS.. NIUII IEA0I
Rabbi Is Farband Guest
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. spir-
itual leader of Temple Menorah
and chairman of the Executive
Board of the Jewish National
Fund of Greater Miami, will be
the guest speaker Sunday at the
meeting to be held by Chaim
Weizman Branch. Farband l.ZO.
in the Washington Federal at 1234
Washington Ave.. Miami Beach.
If you're rich
and beautiful r
why aren't we
having an affair?
It could be the perfect affair. And it should be. After all, we re
talking about the most important moments in your life. Your
daughters wedding. Your son's confirmation. The one big party
of the season. _, ,.
At times like these, you deserve the Eden Roc. The figures
may come to a little more, but would you really settle for any-
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The Beach. Please don't hesitate to call her for advice, for spe-
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* Jf^ist Hcrkii^r
Friday. April 30, 1971
Levy President Of Local
Hebrew University Unit
1955
from ,
well'
Harry A. (Bap> Levy's presi-
dency of iho Greater Miami Divi-
sion of the American Friends of;
the Hebrew University was an-
nounced last week by Jai-k S.
Popick. Southeast Regional chair-1
man and honorary president of the
Greater Miami aria.
Mr. Levy, who graduated from
th.- University of Miami in
and received his law degree
that school in 1957. is a
known real estate owner and de-1
vi-loper. His community activities
include service as a member of i
the Board of Directors of Greater!
'Miami Jewish Federation and as.
1970 chairman of Advance Gifts
Division of the Combined Jewish
Appeal- Israel Emergency Fund
campaign.
A recipient of tho Presidents' J
Leadership Award of Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation, he is i
national member of the UJA. and
I local member of the CJA Yomi"
Leadership Cabinet. He partici-
pated in the 1970 UJA Young j
Leadership Mission to Israel.
Mr. Levy has a long and dis-
tinguished association with Tem-
ple Emanu-El, where he has serve !
I ~"-----------1
FUND RAISING TIME
fit, NOW at the
Wonderful World ol
BANQUETS PARTIES
LUNCHEONS
% MEETINGS -*
Fabulous Dining Facilities
Private Areas & Gardens
American & Car.ii.ncs9
Menu at All Titr.es
Authentic Native Show
iSouthAfic
RESTAURANT and 6AHDENS
U.S. I JU>I NOHTM Of OU1ISIIUM PABK
M.AMI 34J-6M7 ortw*Ah- l>AJ-*4il
as president of the Temple Play-
ers and as associate secretary. His
family interests include ownership
of the Versailles Hotel, Miami
Beach, the Concord Shopping
Plaza in Miami, and the Oriole
Land Development Company in
Margate.
The Hebrew University of Jeru-
salem is the world's largest Jewish
institution of higher learning. It
aids the cause ot human progress
through teaching and research,
serving the Jewish people by ere-
Sting a center of culture and >chol-
arship. and the State of Israel by ,
training leaders and workers to
solve scientific, social and educa-
t ional problems.
The university today includes
the Faculty of Humanities, the I
Faculty of Law, Soda] Sci-nces. ;
Science. Agriculture. Medicine. .
Dental Medicine and the Harry S.;
Truman Research Institute. It ah i
boasts schools "f Edi'c^tion Phar-
macv, Lihrary, Social Work. Ap-1
r'ied Sconce and Techn >1 >v
Vome Economics, and Adult
Education.
Ida M. Fisher Registration
Open For Summer Classes
Id.i M. Fisher Community School
>s holding registration for it< sum-
mer trimester of classes and ac-1
tivitie* which continue through
July 30.
The genera! adult education se
lies includes cl isses In langu iges,
itt. gj homi making and
Clubs Challenge Of 'White Only' Policy
Applauded By Florida Regional Board
I
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+Je*lst Meridian
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Feitelberg Named Chairman
Of Roney Plaza Bonds Event
? William Feitelberg, a veteran
carter on behalf of Israel, has been
jmed ehairman of the Roney
flaza'a first Israel Dinner of State
r bi half of Israel Bonds. Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Rudcnberg will be hon-
fcred for their service to Israel at
the event, which will take placi
|i the Fontaincbleau Hotel Satur-
i vening, May 8.
and Mrs. Morris Kleinman
I d a reception for members ol
: Host Committee when plans
\ Continued From Page i-\
military bulldu i Sir i-S >
elations of a sort have b i n
med.
i does not changi the
n rule, however, thai when
ive, cosily preoarntions are
t !::g made to do something,
I t.iiii persons want to do
atever is heinc prepared.
i re is clearly a powerful fac-
i. in the Soviet government
it favors making a preven-
,e strike againsl China, no
itter what the international
-t.
t.iKF. ALL great governments,
the Soviet government is un-
. ;c!y to make any very hard and
, linful decision like this one
it China until a decision
i- really unavoidable. The mo-
rn when it will be now or
.i : fot the Soviets will not
i in fact, for about three
ITS
It will eome then, because by
it tim- th.' increase of Chi-
se nuclear power will threaten
change the orders ol risk for
Russians. Rather naturally.
i Chinese therefore want to
mgi the orders of risk In an-
her direction. And they wanl
do this before the time of
or never!" in Mosc iw, by
-entering the world commun-
v in a big way.
THAT is the real skull br-
eath the skin the true un-
ing meaning of all this
Ping-Pong Diplomacy," and the
hin.se moves of the same sort.
'lit d ms not exclude other
leanings, as well, of course.
One such lies in the simple
ict that Communist China is
ow rapidly recovering from the
paranoiac spasm of the "etltu-
i! revolution." Father Mao T/e-
tung has retired into his wor-
ship-temple, ns he did after the
paranoiac spasm of his "great
leap forward." fhoii En-lai and
the chief of staff of th" armv.
H.i ine Yung-hseng. are the peo-
ple who annear to be really in
charge in Peking.
RATIONAL policy-making is
therefore possible again. Ration-
ality demanded an end of China's
ii isolation. Rationality fur-
demamta Chinese seat in
the United Nations, plus as many
foroisn embassies in Peking as
:11 go there.
These are ends in themselves:
1 thev will also serve the use-
ful purnos of making the So-
eta think a long time about
" when they must final)} de-
le for or against doin*. what
y have already prepared to
in on the frontier.
IT WILL be an interesting
. aug of Chinese apprehension
bout this future moment, when
e K whether the Chines^
'ommunlst also >van1 state re-
t ons with the United States
In simple histice. it should be
Ided that PresMent Nix in w as
i I3 n R] nnstble tor making
tent rh m n r iss '' R
n i'ii ell mv in '
ctinns, he w ml on
I
I th
n n.....' Wis"!>
for the dinner were completed.
Abraham Checkman, Mrs. Warren
Cusack, Mrs. Morris Herman and
Mr, and Mrs. Magnus Lipton were
named to serve as honorary chair-
men of the event
Col. Yigal Mor. Israeli hero of th"
Six-Day War who was a squadron
leader in the young nation's Air
Force, will be the guest speaker
and confer the State of Israel's
Shalom Award upon Mr. and Mrs.
Rudi nberg. A pilot in the Israeli
Air Force since 1955, Col. Mor
now heads a helicopter squadron.
\mong the actions which Col. Mo-
led wi re thi si.1 cial missions mak-
ing the capture of the Gol
Heights one of the miracles ol
I ii I's 1967 victory possible.
;'. thi fcreffiml ol senice for
d th establishment ot
1 ati. Mr. Ft it< Iherg was dec-
. ated by the Is: 11 I's go\ 1 c nment
Departmi m in 1970, re-
ceiving the Alii award In reeogni
lion of his aid in procuring large
quantities ol supplies, planes and
war materials in Israel's sti
foi lie. dom.
Mr, F< itei'oi rg, who is active In
the American Legion, the Elks,
Shriners and Masons, war. appoint-
d by the late President John F.
Kenned) to the Military Affairs
Committee in 1962.
______________________
Rabbi Gross Guest Speaker
At Rabbinical Council Meet
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, prin-
cipal of the Hebrew Academy of
j eater Miami, will be gui 5t
speaker at the annual convention
of the Rabbinical Council of Am t-
ca, tlv national association of Or-
thodox Rabbis, May 3-9 at the
Winners Of Bible Contest Announced
Winners of the Florida Region
>f the National Bible Contest were
innounced after a recent testing
program held at the Bureau of
lewish Fdueation. Six schools par-
ticipated in the contest and spe-
cial pins were awarded to all par-
ticipants. According to Leonard
Gilbert. Bureau president, the
winner in the English Division
:i- Jeffrey Smith of Temple Si-
nai. Hollywood. In the Advanced
Hebrew Division, the winner was
Miriam We in of the He brew
Academy.
The English Division cons
>f a le.st in the1 Books of Numbers
i. Samuel, Psalms and Proverbs.
The test for the Advancd Hel
11 inn i -. -1 r i. ,j ii,. b inks B i-
Midbar, Shmuel Alef, and the Book
of Ruth.
The two w inners will travel to
New York City to take part in the
finals to he held on May 18.
National prizes are awarded for
each Division; first prize is a.
round trip summer tour to Israel:
second prize is a S250 Israel Bond,
end third prize is a SICK) Israel
Bond.
The National Bible Contest i.
simnsored each year by the Dej
j oartment of Education and <"u!
; ti""e (if thi' Jewish Agency lei stim-
ulate greater Bible study by our
vouth.
Local irranwnents are under
supervision ii Herbert Zvi Ber
-oehle director of the Bureau of
ll ]'.!"e-|!
S< I lull Hotel.
Rabbi Greiss
opening session
Monday, which
theme "Jewish
will address the
of the convention
will deal with the
Education as th
Foundation >f Jewish Survival in!
the Loo's" His topic will i' "Ide-
ological Content in the Hebrev.
High School Curriculum."
Temple Judea To Hold
< iongregational Election
; hiring 1 emple Jud< a's
inal Elect Ion meeting
Sunday, it 7 10 p.m., 1 now slate
>l officers and Board of Trustee
\:11 b? presented 1 <> the Congrega-
tion for election feu- the 1971-72
.ear. The mei ting will be preceded
iy 1 buffi 1 dinner at 6:30 p.m.
Plans for the new fiscal year.
beginning June' 1st, will be an-
lounced, and the Hon. Sam Silver,
list president of the Congrega-
r|on, will help celebrate Ihe te I'-
ll-'- 25th Anniversary by recog-
lizing saiv of its Founders, and
recounting some eif its early
history.
Rabbi Landau Conducting
JWV Convention Services
Rabbi Sol Landau of Beth Da-
Kiel Congregation will be conduct-
ing Sabbath evening services at
the- 25th annual state' convention
ii the Jewish War Veterans and
its Ladies Auxiliary in the' Ameri-
cana Hotel June 11. it has been
announce,;.
Cantor Sol Koenigsberg if the'
Israelite Center, a past command-
er of Norman Bruce Brew:; Post
171. will ohant the Sabbath eve-
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Friday, April 30, 1971
Silver On Sports
Jess Silver
Tracing 'Lost9 Athletes Takes Patience
*" r-_____;i truism, Cvhil a All readers ol
IN TIIK SPRING a young man's
fancy turns to thoughts of love.
Bui Jules Love, a stockbroker
from Philadelphia, Pa., is en-
gaged in a different kind of ro-
mance. Much of his time and ef-
fort these days is directed to
tracing lost persons. It requires
patience and dedication, because
there are no rewards: only the
satisfaction in the eventual dis-
.- ivery itself.
Briefly, Love is looking for
lost athletes. The one-time Bran-
dela University basketball cap-
tain is a vice-president of the
United States Committee Sports
for Israel, which, since 1950, has
traditionally sponsored United
States participation in the World
Maccabiah Games. < Prior to
that, American teams were spon-
sored by the National Jewish
Welfare Board).
"I want to find every athlete
who represented this country
in the Maccabiah and gel them
involved in a United States Mac-
cabiah Alumni Association, like
the U.S. Olympians." Love said
the other day.
"Early records for the Amer-
ican teams in 1932, '35, '30 and
"53 cither don't exist any more,
or are incomplete," he said. "So
I'm virtually starting from
scratch. It requires perspiration
and luck. You have to keep
Ing." But it's the kind of
digging Love enjoys.
"Take the 1832 Maccabiah
team," he said. "I ran into some-
one who mentioned to me thai
Sybil Koff now Sybil Koff
Cooper operates a ceramics shop
i Greenwich Village. Sybil, a
sprinter-hurdler on both the
1932 and '35 teams, was a Na-
tional AAU champion. Anyway,
contact was made with her and
she was able to give me the
names and addresses of some of
her teammates who are still
alive, and fill me in on some of
those who were deceased. Trac-
ing women athletes is the hard-
est." he said, "because names
change with marriage. That's
where luck comes in. You need
someone to direct you."
All readers of this column
are invited to play detective
with him. If you know the where-
abouts of any former member
of a United States Maccabiah
Games team, please contact him
in care oi the United States
Committee. Sport for Israel.
Room 1501, Hotel New Yorker,
34th Street and Kighth Avenue,
New York City, N.Y.. 10001.
"I can't promise anyone any-
thing but thanks and 'he inner
.satisfaction of helping me in a
worthwhile project," he said.
Israel Newsletter By ELIAHU SALPETER
'Interim Plan' Has Resurfaced Again
JHE "INTERIM PLAN" or the "Partial Solution
Idea" for stabilizing Israel-Egyptian relations
has resurfaced a_-ain. sponsored this time by none
other than U.S. Assistant Secretary of Stale Joseph
Sisco. Thi~ is somewhat surprising, since at one
time or another since 1968 the idea has been
broached b> the Russians, the Israelis, the Wesl
Europeans and the Egyptians, but always mel with
evident lack of enthusiasm in Washington.
Each "plan" involved the reopening of tin1 Sue/
Canal and the U.S. understandably saw quite
v thi a nti ges for Moscow in such a de-
velopment. What Egypt and the Russians had In
se, quite different from Israel's
..i- that both sides should thin
-. each on its side ol the c
Israel Newsletter
eliminating all offensive elements, with only defen-
sive type forces left behind. This should lead to the
cleaning, dredging and reopening of the canal,
which henceforth should be available also for Israeli
shipping. Israel reportedly was willing to make her
withdrawal area as wide as 30-40 kilometers east
of the canal and practically eliminate all heavy
weapons from that /one.
The Israeli interest in her type of i "partial
solu! obvious: withdrawing out of sight of
tin Egypti f the canal would give Cairo the
ise tii i" rmit the i of the
canal. But with the canal o\ and a de <
: hind ting Israeli :
from the I us there would be a built-in
\ proti i the ci mtinuation of the
until there is a peaci re -ment.
By CARL ALPERT
Reversing The Brain-Drain
Tim THERE \KK SOME unhappy, disillusioned
Israelis who pull up sl ikes ind leave th coun-
try is a I well-known to everyone here. How-
vhei s 11 us< 'I to be treated
in unpleasant, forbidden sub-
ject never to be talked about, ii
has in recent years been brought
out into the open.
In the early days of mass immi-
tion to Israel, when large num-
' ers of unwilling immigrants were
undigested an unassimilated. manv
undigested and unassimilated. many
station from their countries of origin to new desti-
nations in the United States, Canada or elsewhere.
The tide of emigres was increased by veteran Is-
raelis and even native-born Sabras, who broke un-
der the economic strain during the years of austerity.
The number of former Israelis now living over-
seas is estimated at about 200,000, but in 1970 the
number of those departing was determined to be
only 5.900. a new low. After all. Israel is a true de-
mocracy, and anyone who does not like it here or
finds life too difficult is free to leave. We would
not have it otherwise. Jews from France, for the
most part originally from North Africa, don't find
it easy to support their large families on Israeli
salaries. Furthermore, these eases serve to inflate
the emigration statistics: Five families mav leave
on one ship but the computer, counting all children,
reports thai 4* persons emigrated. Why do they
Between You and Me:
leave? Almost e\ rj study or sun > indicates that
feai of the military political dangers in
the Middle East so much as the economic factor.
Persons without skill or talent cannot easily find
a job which will satisfy them or provide sufficient
income.
But thire has b-en another even more encour-
aging change in the trend. Ever since the Six-Day
War there has been a reversal in the traffic as well.
Israelis who had left the country from eight to 15
years ago. Israelis who had been written off ts
"gone lor good." have l>egun to return. It now ap-
l>eai s that deep in their hearts they had preserved
a longing for what they considered their true home-
land.
The Six-Day War stimulated patriotic feelings
on the' part of many. Others, having accumulated a
bii of savings, have found it iwssible to come back
with enough of a nest-egg to acquire an apartment
and establish an economic base. In general, the eco-
nomic improvement in Israel, as well as the indus-
trial expansion which provides opportunities for
their talents and skills, have motivated the re-
turnee movement.
We welcome them back, these returnees, with-
out recriminations. They come, many of them, with
advanced degrees from distinguished universities,
with skills acquired in American industry, with a
1971-model car and a household of the latest elec-
tric appliances, and very ofien with an American
wife and children valuable assets, indeed.
Bv BORIS SM0LAR
Inquiry Reveals Decline
SOMETHING VERY significant is now going on
in the Ame'iean colleges and universities the
proportion of Jewish students in the American
schools of high learning is declin-
ing.
The decline has been developing
since 1W>7, but no Jewish organi-
zation was seemingly aware of it.
It became noticeable through the
American Council on Education
survey of Jewish freshmen
funded by the American Jewish
Committee which attempted
to learn how Jewish college freshmen differed from
or resembled their Christian peers.
Its inquiry revealed quite a lot of interesting
facts concerning the Jewish freshman in 1970. But
most revealing to me was the fact that the propor-
tion of Jewish fresflhjen in colleges, as well as in
universities, has been declining each year for the
last three years.
A continued drop in the number of Jewish
freshmen each year naturally means also a conse-
quent drop in the proportion of Jews on the camp-
uses in general. Jews currently constitute about .''
of the general population in the United States
Howevcr, because of the strong emphasis they place
on giving their children higher education, the pro-
portion of the Jewish students was always higher.
The decline in the proportion of Jewish students is
puzzling the American Jewish Committee leaders.
With the trend in colleges to admit black students
without the proper academic knowledge and with-
out examination, it stands to reason that a further
d^ijn,. in th<* percentage of Jewish freshmen may
be anticipated.
What the Egyptians want to achieve with their
proposal .s even more obvious. The reopening of
th-' canal would be a big boost to their economj It
w lid serve th. Interests of their protectors, the
R ins, *ho would now have direct routes for
their Nav> from the Black Sea to the Persian Gulf
anil to Vietnam. And, most ol all. under Cairo's
Israel would be removed from th-
Lex 1 in 11->t only getting nothing in exchang
even acquiescing to an Egyptian military buildup
east oi the canal which, at present, Is i most I
il: military obstacle for any 1
s.\
The Russian interest is the opening ol
.iet igation. In addition, .t w
Moscow 1 :. > i.e. [srai
withdrawal without the risk of direct militar)
involvement. Western Europe, of cours', would
benefit by a reduction ol petroleum prices as trans-
casts ;u do n.
Why Wi ton is now pushing tl j nol
ih Pentagon is not at all inti
giving the liu-sims the advantai......
I; this fa Israel's enthusiasm cons i-
It is i" Ii ml th t the State D
le East experts (who never n h
importance to the wider global implications |
U.S. to the reopening of the canal), have now
- with the oil companies who, on the wi
si le. will profit most from an open Sue/ Canal .
S00K REVIEW
I! ;:, a- r iH
By Seymour B. liebmon
Jews In Transition
IN" THE INTRODUCTION to his book, Jews in
Tntnsition i Her/1 Press, $5,001 S. J. Golds
the English Oolumnist, writes. "There are no Jew-
ish books,' as there are no "Eng
books,' or "French books' exc
language-wise" However, ir. hi<
brief essay, "The Confuted Jews."
Goldsmith contends that a book
about kosher butchers is a Jew
book since only Jews (at lei
of them) eat kosher food.
He concludes that there are no
ethnic books Jewish or Otherwis
only good i r bad and some just mediocre books
He derides th ise Jews who feel it necessao \>
publicly search their souls for the answer to WhJ
l a .1 w?" The author finds this indulgence in
public psycho-analysis both humiliating and ei bar-
ng to other Jews.
All the essays are brief two or three pa i"
length. Several are parochial and are concerned with
English places and personalities. Some of these are
unknown or not Identifiable to the general American
reader. However, some of his pieces, such as "The
Nexl Generation" will be understood by Jews in
America who are concerned with this subject. Here.
as in England, there is a revolt by Jewish youth and.
Jewish academicians against "The Jewish Estab-
lishment." Contempt for "communal bodies and
the parochial Jewish press are causing many young
Jews to be lost to Jewry rather than as a result of
conscious efforts to assimilate," he says.


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NO. 71-3825
:e of publication
;\SI KIN.
Li A CdlS,
fcNE JACOBS
, kn\ llta Road,
lockuway, New York
iki: hereby NOTIFIED
itn!. i!>t ha**' (ii filed
u i thai you arc re-
file a" Answer or other
:n the Clerk of thi- < 'ourt,
rvr ., copy on MAI i !..'. i
| V| \ S -- E First Street.
fjtirUla, Attorney for the
or b ihi icih day
ui h default Khali be
i -i you
[a.\I> ORDERED
i Tih day of tpril
V McCRACKEN
! I ivll '"lilt Ol !: .
fade i' itintj Florida
,i w ki irxiBita
i mpuly Clerk
l 9-16-23-30
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL MOTKI
Miami,
1971.
ird
ICE by publication
circuit court of the
= nth judicial circuit
["Florida in and (-or
dade county,
ichancery, no. 71-6282
isuit for divorce
l.iKI i:\hiz
111.
UIMINA MEI.ENDEZ k :.
El'.MI.NA Al 111 STO.
'"l.KKMINA MKI.ENDK7.
JT.I.KKMINA AUOU8TO
I vei Miy St.
York, New York
|:i II.l.KKMINA ME1 BXDEZ
t;i II.I .EHMINA Al'OrSTO,
kbj notified tl-nt a Hill of ,
t for Divorce has been filed
u d j "u ire required t" '
py .! your Answer or Fit ...l -
" Bill of Complaint on the
.. ROMEO J. 81IEP-
92| CI1 y NilIi nal Rank
\\\ Flaglet. M'nml
.<>il file Ihe oi
Pli tiling in the offlci of
i uit "'"in i on or
llili day of May, 1971 If
.. do no, Judgment bj le-
be taken against you for
d< manded in the Hill of
I |i shall be published ontie
for four consecutive weeks
[i:\vish Fi/'iiiniAN.
AND IRDERED ui Miami,
kiiis 1st day of April a D.
t EATHERMAN. Clark.
'ourt. Dade County. Florida
|y: C P COPRLAND
Denuty Clerk
heurt S'-m1i
. SHKPARD. JR.
Cations! Hank Bldg.
oil.la
for Plaintiff STI-MM
i/9-in.it-to
:OUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
ID FOR DADE COUNTY.
ORIDAIN PROBATE
NO. 71-1124
(Frank B. Dowling)
NOTICE OF PROBATE
Estate of
KAPLAN
aeed
6TATE OF FLORIDA:
II.I. PERSONS INTERESTED
IE ESTATE OF SAID DECE-
hereby notified that a
1 Instrument purporting to b.
t "ii and testament of said de-
lta* been admitted to probate
1 Court You are hereby com-
a uithln si\ calendar months
tn date of tin- first publication
notice to appear In wild Court
boa cause, if any you can, why
d win to probate should not
inrevoked.
PRANK a DOWUNQ
County Judfte
By: MELBA C. DICK
Clerk
t publication of this noli,,, on
h day of April, I9T1.
s KAPLAN, PORTER.
WIN KENTN
tya for Executors
w. 1st Street
|1, Florida 83130
C. J. Seal
4/16-23-"" 7
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CVIL ACTION
No. 71-6500
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Jl'I.IAN Mil.I.(i
Plaintiff,
Vs.
AstweioN Mil.I.i 1.
I '' in In 111.
Ti : ASUNCION Mil.1.(1
-' '' North I ......1 Avenue
\in. Ida
1.0- Aug. lea, 1 'alifornla
Vou, ASUNCION Mii.l.n. are here-
by notified that n Bill of Complaint
for 1"Ivor |ma been filed against
you, and you are required to serve .1
copy of your Am wcr or Plentl
tl Bill ol Complaint on the Plain-
attoi ii.... M i:\ IN ki >SS
FRIEDMAN 7 ; s W hth Street,
Suite lua, Miami, Florida I 1 and
original Am *. r or I'll ailing m
the of: ol ihi (';. 11, of the Circuit
c.iurt on or before the 12th day of
May, 1971. If you rail to da ao, Judg-
nii-nt by default will be taken against
you for the n III [ demanded In the
Kill of Compluint,
Tlii.- notice .-hull lie published oni
e;l"h Week for four consecutive
in TIIK JEWISH PI OR1DIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Plorida, thi- 6th day of April A.D.
1971.
K ii. LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
By: c P. OOPBLAND
Denuty Clerk
(Circuit Court Real)
FRIEDMAN AND UPTON
:iT.I7 S.W. vth Street, Suite 109
Miami. Fin. 83134
Attorneys for Plaintiff
4'9-1i'--:: 30
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO. 71-6495
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
JAMES K Pl'llV IS
Plaintiff,
V.-
Ro.MONA A PCHVIS,
I lefendntil
VOU 1:1 IM< >NA A 1M i:\ is Real-
unknown. ARE HERBin NOTIFIED
to file your written defi 1 10 thia
divorce with thi 1 'ourt 1 'Ii rk at d
bi n 1 .1 nnj ui on Plain! ffi Al lor-
neys, vi,v" y..\ M PT A SM itii
1 'npltal II : Bldg Miami, 1 01 Ida
on or before the 1 I'h day of May,
ii'TI elae the Complaint v. ill b* taken
as 1 "lit. 1
DATED MUM 5 1971
K It I BATHERMAN, 'LERK
BY It \l KI8SEE
Denutv Clerk
(Circuit court Seal)
1 IB-; in :
NOTICE OF SUIT
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIHCUiT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
NO. 71-7397
I.II.I.IAN CIII'I.AN.
Plaintiff,
vs.
HAItltY A 11 IPLAN,
Defendant,
TO: HAIIKV A i-uiM.A-N
12 c Aahley Houac
bockwood l>ri\
Charleaton, South Carolina
You an- hereby notified that a
1 mvliiinc f"i- Divorce lias been filed
....msi you. and >"ii ar>
t" aerve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading i" the Complaint on the
Plaintiffs attorney, ABBOTT AND
FRt'MKES. 1211 Lincoln Road, Mian I
Beach, Plorida, and fii. the original
Anawer or Pli ading in thi -. 11. .- ol
the Clerk of the Circuit Court "ii or
1.....re the 2th day o( Ma) 1971 II
you fall to i" bo, Judami m by di -
fault will be taken again*! you for
in. relief demanded In the Complaint,
Dated at Miami. Plorida tin- 19th
day "f April, 1971
K B. I.KATHKKMAN. Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dnda County, Florida
By: I. SNEEDEN
Deputy Clerk
ka 1 (Circuit Court Seal)
I AliltMTT AND FRUMKE8
Attorneya for Plaintiff
4- Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
4 S3-3I
LEGAL NOTKE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADF,
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 71-7376
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
KAZAKH SANCHEZ,
Plaintiff
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-7436
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
MILT) IN M SYVIIILER,
Plaintiff,
vs.
I" >RIS swim ER,
Defendant.
TO: Im R|S SWIDI Ell
11". n|.I Short Hills Road,
Apt :>:
w, v. .Terse} "7,,"._'
Vou, DORIS SWIDI Kit, are hereby
in lifi..l that a I mnlaint foi
Divorce haa 1.....n filed againal you,
and >"i: an n quired I.....ve a .....\
of your Anawer or Pleading to the
Bill of Complain! the Plnlntlffa
PRANKKL ,v AVI: veil.
P A 420 LI.....In Road, Sti 230,
Miami I'., ai h, PI01 Ida, 33139, and
file the original Anawer or Pleading
In th.- office of thi Clerk of th.- Cir-
cuit Courl ... "i befoi Ihe '_>;ili
da] of Mas. 1971 If you fail t" il"
s". Judgment by di fault will be taken
against you for Ihe relief demanded
in the Bill of 1 'omnlnlnt.
Tins notice ahall be publiahed onca
each \\""k for four conaecutlve weeka
in TIIK JEW ISM KM >HID1AN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida tlii- 19th day of April A.D.
1971.
K B I.KATHKKMAN. Clerk.
Circuil Court, Dude County, Plorida
By: 1. SNEEDEN
Denuty Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal!
FRANK El .v- AVRACH, PA.
120 Lincoln Komi. Bte. 28(1
Miami Beach, Plorida 33139
Attorneya for Plaintiff
4 ,':'.-:n> :. 7-14
MARIA SANCHEZ
111 1. mlant
i'i I: MAi,: A SANCHEZ
Vou, MARIA SANCHEZ, are here-
by no. Ifled tlrni' "A II Ii 01 '"nu
required for Divorce haa !. .1 filed against
>..u. ami you are required to nervi
copy "i your Anawei or Pli adlng t"
the Kiil "i Complain! on the Plain-
tiff! .11 lot 11.>. OASPAII II A :.l 1-
ItiCH, 31 N 1. !' A v. ui-. Miami.
Florida 33131 and file tl
Anawer or I 'lea Ina In 0.....M
the Clerk of the Circuil t'ourl "ii or
:. .. the _.'.ih day "t Mas 1971. If
11 ill to do ao, judgment by default
will I"- taken againal you for the
relief demanded in the Bill of Com-
plain!
Tin- notice shall in- publiahed once
each week for four conaecutlve weeks
in TIIK JEWISH PLOHIDIAN.
in iNK AND ORDERED al Miami,
Florida this H'.tli day of April AH
IWl. ,
E. I! I.KATHKKMAN. Cl.rk
Circuit Court, Dad.-county. Plorida
By: c p, ci H'KI.and
Deputy clerk
fCireult Court Seal l
QASPAR It ALDRICH
'Jl N.K FIRST AVENI'E
Miami. Florida S31S1
Attorney for Plaintiff
LEGAL NOTKE
7-11
NOTICE UNDER
:ICTITIOUS NAME LAW
riCE IS HEREBY (S1VEN that
nderalgnea, dealrtng to em:.m
inesH under the fictitious name
CITY MOVERS at 9100 N.W,
Vurt. Miami. Florida Intend*
later said name with the Clark
Circuit Court of Dade County.
HOWARD MARTIN
4/1f-tS-30
5'7
NOTICE OF ACTION
HE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
/ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-7014
[SUIT FOR DIVORCE
.TENROSEN
ff
TENROSEN
ktnt
louverneur Avenue
ic. New York. 1'i4r,7
I.1I.IJAN TENROSEN, are
fttifled thnt a BUI of Com-
Dlvorce has been filed
[ou, and you are required to
I copy of your Answer or
ltn the Bill of Tomnlalnt on
|iffs nttornev. HARRY ZTJ-
' t?n I incoln Itoad. Miami
Florida 33139 and file the
Answer or I*leailinif in the
the Tlerk of Ihe Circuit
or before the 17 day of
If vou fall to do ao,
[by default will be taken
pi for the relief dmanded in
Somnlatnt
ahall he nubllshed once
r four eonseentlve weeka
rWTSH FTORITIIAN
IND 1 iRDERBD at Miami
Ma 13 day of April AD.
art Seall
KAXHERMAN. Clerk,
nrt. r>d Cou.iiv. Florida
I.. BNTOBDEN
IWnitiv Clerk
IK KI'NICK
(Bond
Florida
4/16-23-30 6/7
or
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY. NO. 71-6594
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
BEVERLY T MARCCS.
Plaintiff,
vs.
MORET I. MARCCS,
I defendant
TO: MORET 1. MARCCS
e.o Donald Mnrcua
Baal "C" Street
Port Hueneme, California
You MUltKV l_ MAHlTS ure
hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
againal you. and you are required to
serv a copy of your Answer or
l ng to the Bill of Complaint on
the Plaintiffs Attorney. 8HBRWIN
STACKER. ESQ. Suite No. -14-330
Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Florida
and file the oriKiiuil Answer or Plead-
ing in the office of the cl.rk of the
Circuit Court on or before the Hth
day of May, 1071 if vou fall to do ao,
judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
i.i Do inn of i'nmplalnt
This notice shall he publiahed one-
each week for four conaecutlve weeks
in THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this i.tli day of April. A.D.
1971.
E. II 1.EATHERMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Court.
Dade Countv. Florida
By: C P. COPEI-AND
Deputy Cl.rk
(Circuit Court Seal)
SHERWIN STACKER. ESQ.
3G0 Lincoln Road
Miami lh'iu-h. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff.
4'l-23-30 3/7
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVE that
the undersigned, dl siring to engage i
in business under the lic.utioua name ,
of CHECKWRITER SAI.ES & SERV- |
ICE CO. at I1"1" North Miami Ave-
nue. Miami. Florida intends to regla- intend to register the said name with
ter said name with the Clerk cf the!
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OFTHE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
No. 71-7176
NOTICE BY PUB-iCATION
ACRBLIA I.I.KDo.
Plaintiff,
VS
WILLIAM I.LEI '.
i I lefendaul
i WILLIAM LI El I
!.:; 1'ilst Avenue
Jeraes City, New Jcraey
Yoc ARE HEREBY notified that
a Complaint for Divorce h:.- bi n
filed againsl you, and > . hj n quln i" i ervi a copj ol > our
uisu ei r "ilo r pleading In the i om-
l>lalni on the Plalntlff'a attorney,
LESTER R! iGKRS, hOK iddn -
mm N W 17th Avenue, Miami, Flo-
riila 33125, and file the original with
Hi. Clerk of the above atyled Court, on
or before the 25th dav "f Me.v, 1971 or
a Default will he entered against you.
DATED tins 15th day of April. 1971
H lircult Court Seal)
1: H I EATHERMAN
Clerk of Circuil Court
By: K. M KISSEE
4 23-30 7-14
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-1349
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE Estate of
SIDNEY MORGAN8THRN
l.... eaaed
To .Ml Creditora and All Peraona Hav-
ing Claim- ..! Demands Ayainst Said
Estate
You arc hereby notified and re-
quired t>. present any claims and de-
mands which "u may have against
the .-late of SIDNEY MORGAN-
STEKN .I., ...,-e.l late of Dade Coun-
tv. Florida, to the County Judges of
Dade County, and file the same in
duplicate and a- provided In Section
7S3.16, Florida Statutes, in their of-
fice* la the County Courthouse in
Dade County, Florida. within six
calendar months from the time of
the first publication hereof, or the
same w ill be barred
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 10th
dav of April. A D 1971.
ADA .1 LEWIS
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the 33rd day of April. 1H71. ..
HENRY NORTON
Attorney for Executrix
14" Bisoayne Building rtflft
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
huainess under the fictitious name of
DI'I.MA KI'RNITIKE (Retail Furni-
ture Store! at number 59M S.W. Rth
Street. In the City of Miami. Florida.
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
LOUIS P. GRANER
________ 4/H-U-23-M
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-6468
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
R1SSEI.L HENRY CORDON.
Plaintiff,
PHYLLIS ANN GORDON,
Defendant.
TO: PHYLLIS ANN GORDON
RESIDENCE KNKNOWN
You. PHYLLIS ANN GORDON, nre
hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you. and you are required
to serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on
the Plaintiff's attorney PALL KWIT-
NEY. 420 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach,
Florida and file the original Answer
or Pleading in the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
12th dav of May. 1071. If you fall to
do ao. Judgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded in the Bill of Cnmnlalnt.
This notice shall he publiahed once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLoltlDlAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami
Florida, this Rth day of April AD
"' E It I.EAT11ERMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court. Dnde Qmntv, Florida
By: L SNEEDEN
Denutv Clerk
(Circuit Court SimiI)
PAI't. KWITNEY
4n Lincoln Rond
Miami Beach. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff ^ <,.i6_23.30
the Clerk of, the Circuit Court of Dade
Countv. Florida.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 7th
day of April. 1 ".'71.
MIG1KL M SAI.VDKS
DI'1/CE MARIA CAPO SAI.KDES
SA.MI'EL POLICASTRO
Attorney for Applicant
1040 S W ITth Avenue
Miami. Florida 3313S
Phone No. 143-5422
4/1B.JJ-M 7
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-1357
(ARTHUR W. PRIMM)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE Estate of
ADOLPH KRATISH
Deceaaed
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims ..r Demand! Against Said
HMate:
You arc hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have agalnat
the estate of AI'HiLPH KRATISH de-
ceased late of I Hole Countv. Florida.
to the County Judges of Dade Coun-
ty, and file the some in duplicate
and as ori.vided ill Section 7:13.1 fi
Florida Statutes, in their offices In
th.- County Courthouse In Da.le Coun-
ty, Plorida within |x calendar mi.nths
from the time ..f the first nublleatlon
hereof, or the name MtUI he barred
Dated at Wl
dav of April '"''
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-7122
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Rl IBBRTA Jl BRINKLEV,
Plaintiff,
JOHN E BRINKLEY.
Defendant.
TO: Staff Bat. John E. Brinkley
6200 AMS. BOX !".. AP<
San Francisco, California 96274
Y..U. JOHN E BRINKLEY. are Here-
by notified that a Bill of Complaint
for Divorce has hern filed against
vou and you are required to serve u
copy of your Answer or Pleading to
the" Bill of Complaint on the Plain-
tiff- attorney, GOODMAN & HOLTZ-
MAN, Bags 1100 Concord Building,
a'. West Plaster St., Miami. Florida
33130 and file the original Answer er
Pleading In the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court "ii or before the
25th dav "f May. IK71. If you fail to
.i" s... judgment by default will he
taken against you for the relief <1<-
luaaded in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall he published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 14th day of April A.D.
E. B. LEATHKR.MA.N. Cl.rk
Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida
By: R M. KISSEE
Denuty Clerk
(Circuit Court Seall
GOODMAN & IIOI.TZMAN. ESQ.S.
lino Concord Budding.
'.; West Flagler Street,
Miami. Florida :iSI3il
Attorneys For Plaintiff
4 j:;-:'.n r. 7-14
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
CHAPTER 20722
ACTS OF 1941
File No. 70 A 1967
NOTICE IS HEREBY UiVEN that
Nathaniel \\ Slegel, holder "i i
ty Tax Sal.- i'. 11 iii, .ii, numl i
3110, 3717. 3775,
4303, 4583, 5371, and 6052, Issued
:',ist day of Ma). A.D. 1968, hai fill I
name in mj offli and h.
.ii Ion i"i .i ti i deed i" bi iui !
I'ttflcates embi he
Tnlrvi itig di -' rihetl' propi the
Count) "i I ..on. Stati .
wit;
! ft of SM of sw>, ol SK'i f
SW'-i l-es H 15U It & leai K r. f
N Bill fl ,v Lean N 35 ft. Si el ti I,
Township 52 South, Range L Bi
containing ".! I acres mon In
the Count) of !.. Stale ol Plorida,
as miirai d In ''. infi. ate No 31 |o.
The assessment ol .-nal proper!) und-
er the said certificate issued *...- in
Hi. name ..f Allied C. Beyhaut.
Tins deed will be issued subject l">
all other outstanding delinqttenl City
Of North .Miami taxes and lie and
1970 City of North .Miami laxee and
l.i.ns.
Benin ljn ft N of NU Cor of l^it 13
Blk M Fla City East ISO fl N loo ft
W 150 ft 8 100 ft to point ol II.
ning, Section 24, Township ".7 South,
Range :is Bast, containing ::i a.
more or leas, In the County ol Dade,
siate ..I Plorida, as embraced in '<
tiflcate No. i:717. Tin- assessment of
.-aid propert) under the said certifi-
cate ls-u.d was in the name of
Marlon Brewster.
Tins deed will he issued subject
all ...her outstanding delinquent City
Of Florida City tnxes and lien* and
1970 i It) of Plorida City laxei and
N 100 ft of W 50 ft of l...t 16 Block
.'. Mac Arthur Homes!tea, Plal Book
43 Page 99, Section 24, Towi I
South, Rangi East, hi Ihe Coun-
ty of l ule State of Plorida, as em-
brni 'l in Certlfl. ati No. 2775
-in.nl of -aid propert) ui
the said i erttflcn le Ii -in tin It the
ol Thi in.i Zeigli A i. Vi Hie S
This .led I. ill i II- ul '
all other outstanding dellnqueni City
Plorida City taxes and liens and
ty taxea and 1970 Clt) f
Plorida i !lt) taxi and lleni
Lol 4 Klo.k ::. Enchanted Lake Set :'.
Plal Book 62 Pagi -7. In the County
.,! Dad.-. Stan- "f Plorida, as em-
i.i. ced in i '.i'i Mi. ate No
assessment of said properly in di r the
-aid certificate issued was in the
name of Ralntrei Lake K.-is Inc.
This .led will be issued subject to
1970 County taxes and liens,
B .">" ft of W 160 fl of N L'47 4 ft of
Blk in AKA Lol 18 Blk 10, Avocado
Grove, Plat Book l Pan.- -. Section 25,
Township "- South. Range 41 Bast,
containing -11 acres more or leas, in
the County of Dade, State of Florida,
as embrace.I In Certificate No.
The assessment of said property undi r
th.- said certificate Issued was in the
name of Renwlch Wright & W
Marian.
This deed will he issued BUD)< Cl to
lfiTo Countv liena.
L.t 7 A Prop int in & to lake Sparl-
ing Block 5, Enchanted Lake Sei
Plat Book 65 Page II, Section 4.
Township "L' South. Range 4^' Ka.-t.
in the County of Dade. Slate of Plo-
rida, as embraced In Certificate No.
J7J6 The assessment of said pro-
perty under the aald certificate issued
was in the name of Billot Stanford
& W Leonora.
This de.-l will be issued subject to
1970 County liens.
ixit 7 nio-k I Rldgeway, Plat ;
12 Pate 7". Section 15, Township 53
South. Range 41 East. In the County
of Da.lc. state ol Florida, as embrac-
ed In Certificate No 4 .id The a.--
sessniein of aald property under the
sani certificate issued was In the name
of Barbara Rakow
Tins deed will be Issued rabje. t to
1970 Count) liens.
Lol B Kick 6, Ki.In.-way. Plal Book
12 Page 70, In the County ot Dad..
state of Florida, as embraced in Cer-
tificate No 1362 Th.- assessment of
said property under the aald cer-
tificate issued was in the name Of
Barbara Rakow, ....
This deed will he issued suhjc.t to
1970 County liens.
Lot i:.". Block 1. Amd PI of Browns
Sub.. Plat Book :. Page US in the
County of Dade. State of Florida, as
embraced In Certificate No. IMS. The
assessment of said properly under the
said certificate issued was in the
name of Oscar Crawford.
This d.e.l will be issued subject to
i ?t i County liens.
n y/'ii he barred
nil.I. this -'"Hi
ANNE K1\Vtis:H
ie-.i ..">> fi
notice
First public
the :"t-.l d:o '
OROVW W'EtNSTETN A
RTAUBBR. P A
Attorneys for Executrix
350 Lincoln Rond
Miami Beach. Florida
4 23-30 :. 7-14
IN THE COUNTY JUDGT'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-1548
FRANK B. DOWLING
In RE: Estate of
ROSE KIHI.WMIN
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hay-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of ROSE KUHLWBIN de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the County Judges of Dad. County,
and file the same 111 duplicate and as
provided In Section 728.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices In the t oun-
tv Courthouse in Dade County. Flo-
rida within six calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of or the same will he barred,
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 14th
day of Am-ll. A D 1!'71
LAWRENCE B FRIEDMAN
As Executor
First nublleatlon of thi- notice on
the "3rd dav of Anrll, 1971
BANTER FRIEDMAN
Attorneys for Executor
1S7."i N D K.nrd Street
North Miami Beach, Florida
4 :'::-rto r, '7-14
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY QTVBN that
the undersigned, deslrlne to engage in
l.uslness under the fictitious name of
V ROSA CUBAN RKSTACRANT at
L'leet Palm Avenue. Hlnleah. intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade "County.
Plorida __l. _
CARNOR ENTERPRISES. TNC.
i Florida Corooration.
i BONARD J, KAL1SH .
Attnrnev lor Annlicant
1629 DuPJnt LWg.
4/16-23-30 5,7
Lit 6 Block 4, Kendall Gardens, Plat
Book I"..". Pace 126 in the County of
Dade, stat. of Florida- as embraced
in Certificate No, B27I. Th.- assess-
ment of snld property under the said
certificate Issued was iii the name of
Allied Dev Corp ft. ,
This deed will be i-sueil subject to
1970 County taxes and liens.
S Ilia fl of N SS0 ft of W 220 ft of
Block ::. .1. 1. Waddy Suh. Plat Book
3 Page 104, Sections 22 and L'.l. Town-
ship 57 South, Ram;.. :; East, contain-
ing l.'JI acres more or less, in the
County of Dade. State of Florida, as
embraced In Certificate No. 8052. The
assessment of said property under the
said certificate issued was in the
name of Philipoa CJ. Morgan.
This deed will be issued subject to
1970 Countv li.ns
Unless said certificates shall he re-
deemed according to law. the pro-
perty described herein will be sold
to the highest bidder for cash at the
Court House door on the first Mon-
day in the month of Mav A D. 1971,
which Is the 3rd day of May A.D.
itn.
Dated this 29th day of March, A.D.
1971.
B B, I.EATHERMAN
Clerk Circuit Courl.
Dade County. Florida
By: P F. OCLDSTRAND
Deputy clerk
Circuit Court Seal
4/9-16-23-80
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious names
of TMAOF. DEVICES: AMERICAN
WATERBBD COMPANY al Box M-
r, 17 Miami m 1:(s intends to register
aald names with tne Clerk of tho
Circuit Court of Dade County. Flor-
DAYID HATLOCK
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::. Honda Friday. April 30. 1971
Section B
\raqi Prisoners Identified By
Amnesty International
London (jtaj At least 38
L der detention in Iraq have
lc-n identified for the Jewish Tel-
raphlc Agency by Amnesty
L i, :!',..tional. the L.or.don-based
vati organization interested in
|e rig its of political prisoners all
er the world.
|T!n list contained the names of
and children as well as
ear- of families, though in some
js spouses and children were
lent.lad only by their age. The
1st ri futed the statement from
ffieial Baghdad sources that no
eu- were being held The Am-
ies iy report made available to the
i" \ also described the poor con-
| of Iraq's remaining Jews.
hi. i-.! >: whom, it said are un-
pnployi d.
1 i- ffieial Iraqi News Agency
i ,i reports that 16 Jews
in.; fivi Moslems are to be tried
I edly attempting to smug-
. -urns of money out of the
Country. The report was the firs!
i official Iraqi sources to ^.
itati the oharges against the Jews.
\,v irding to the news agency
< iwev< r, all have been releasi I on
l> til.
Iraq within the next six weeks to
look into the situation of Jews
there. A number of Iraqi Jews
have teen adopted by Amnesty
groups in this country as "prisoners
jf conscience." The Amnesty re-
port said that though much of
[rail's anti-Jewish legislation has
been revoked in theory, the small
Jewish community of about 2 300
"lives in fear and suffers extreme
economic pressure." The Iraqi
Jews are In no way politically mo-
tivated, Amnesty said, but "it la
very hard for them to obtain li-
censes to practice their profes-
sions or run their businesses Then
ire or.lv a few Jewish shops left
i '. shov A majorit) of the Jew-
ish population is unemployed."
The Iraqi Ambassador here con-
Ifilmed that 20 Jews were detained
[tor allegedly trying to leave the
country illegally, but claimed that
all have been released. Official
I sources in Washington, confirmed |
I thai 16 Jews and five Moslems are
Ichareed with alleged attempts to
I smuggle money out of Iraq and
I reported that several prisoners
[were released on bail. While Iraq
] may be technically referring to
them as freed, they are still under
surveillance, the sources said.
"it is virtually Impossible for
Jews to obtain passports." Am-
nesty said. "Only six Jews have
been able to buy their way out;
these have all been old. sick and
wealthy the last man to le ive
paid $3,600 to the government on
deposit."
Amn"sty informed the JTA that
it would bo sending a mission to
The Jews under detention, ac-
cording to Amnesty International
are: Meir Attar .'0; his brother
Yousseff, about 20; their father
Nairn. 5C; Jacob Abdel Aziz, 60 i
lawyer, arrested within the last
few mouths after having allegedly
icted .- guarantor for several
t arrested for allegedly trying
to leave the country; Sabbah and
Karim Ballas, brothers aged
20; Daoud Besson. a businessman,
tge unknown; Muaffak Dalian. 20.
i businessman: Dr. Albert Hakim,
GO, arrested last January along
with his nephews Bushra and Said
Hakim and his nieces, Parid and
Salima Hakim, all aged about 20:
[ Moshe Houri, 50, a businessman.
and his daughter Gilda. 21.
F./ra Joory. 21. was arrested in
April 1969. tried on unknown
charge- and acquitted, only to be
re-arrrsted recently and confined
to Nihaya prison where he re-
portedly share a two square me-
ter cell with two other prisoners.
(He was believed to have been
arrested originally because h-- w is
owed a lai : sum of rent by an
Arab who was reluctant to pay
Als > on the list are Sheda Kha-
latchi. 70; Heskel Neqqar, 55. a
chemist: his wife. 45. and their
children: Dr. Albert Ribi. 50. ar-
rested last January after an at-
tempt to leave Iraq with his
brother, who now lives in the
United States: Jamil Shemtob, 52
Samuel Gertner, executive vice president of Mount Sinai
Hospital, accepts a check form Mre. Max Ruthfield, presi-
of the group's many contributions toward construction of
the new Mount Sinai Medical Center. The True Sisters, long-
dent of the United Order of True Sisters, marking another
time supporters of the hospital, are specifically interested
in cancer research and treatment, which, along with cardiac
diseases, will receive special emphasis in the hospital's
Maribel Blum Building currently under construction.
a businessman arrested last month
together with his wife, 43. his
18-year-old son Samia and his
daughter, Linda. 23 (Jamil was
detained for several months about
a year ago for trying to leave the
country: his brother and two
sisters left two years ago and now
are living in the U.S.A. i.
Heskel Shohet. 65. a retired civil
servant being held on unknown
charges suffers from diabetes;
Shohet's wife, Mezlev, 60, was
arrested while trying to take spe-
cial food to her husband in prison.
Also being held are Haroun Smia.
50. a businessman; Shuhar Softer
55, an employee of an import-ex
port firm who was arrested two
and a half years ago ihe may b
dead); David Toueg, 50. a busi-
nessman from Basra who was ar-
rested during the last two months:
his wife. 45, and two children un-
der 18; Aboodi Toueg. 40. a busi-
nessman: his wife, 35. and their
two children.
The Amnesty report said about
300 Jews have left Iraqi illegall)
during the past year via the coun-
try northern border with Iran
About 200 went to Israel and the
remainder to other countries where
they have relatives, according to
the report.
The Amnesty list was disclosed
two days after Israeli's Foreign
Minister Abba Eban rejected
Iraqi government claims that no'
Jews were being held in prison and
that the Jews still in Iraq were:
leading lives of freedom and equal-1
ity. Addressing a special Knesset I
meeting called to discuss the fate
of Jews in Iraq and other Arab
countries. Mr Eban said that ac-
cording to reports reaching him.
dozens of arrests had been made]
in the past few weeks. Jews ar-
rested last December and later
freed, he added, were now facing
re-arrest and new trial.
The Knesset was recalled from
its Passover recess after more than
".<) members of Gahal. the Free
Center. Agudath Israel and the
State List requested the special
session. President Zalman Shazar
members of the Cabinet and
Archamandridge Anthony Grabbe.
who is head of the Russian Ortho-
dox Church in Exile in Jerusalem,
were present and the public gal-
leries were packed.
Mr. Eban told the Knesset that
Israel had done and was still do-
ing a great deal to save the Jews
in Aral> lands. He called on the
Foreign Affairs and Defense Com-
mittee to publish a report which
Should "bring to light some of the
behind the scenes work that is be-
ing done."
What we demand Is rele is i
from bondage and salvation of our
brethren trapped on Aral) >U.
Until we have achieved this we
cannot rest.' he continued.
Th Knesset voted unanimously
to instruct th.> Par!
Foreign Affairs and Defense C n
mittee to rally world opinion to
save !' remnants of the Jewish
copulation now being held hos-
tages In Egypt, Iraq Syria and
other Arab land-.
Gah a lea ler Menachem Be
introduced a motion recommend-1
I irg a "Brussels-typ nference"
for Iraqi Jews to be held In New
j York. During the Kness I session
lever : hundn I Isra s >l
1 origin held a dem mstration of >-
irlty with Iran Jews
the Knesset building Ashkenazl
i Chief Rabbi laser Unterman visit-
! ed the demonstrators and
them words of encouragement.
Leon Kaufman (center), president of the Miami Beach Golden
Ring Club No. 3; Morris Erlich (right), vice president, pre-
sent a SI,500 check to Sender Kaplan of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, as an additional contribution to the 1971
CJA-IEF campaign, bringing the organization's total to S4.000
for the year.
Herbert "Pinky" Schiffman (center), president of the Hotel
Employees Union, Local 255, will be honored at the first
Labor-Management Israel Dinner of State on Thursday.
May 20. Michael Litvak (left) is director of the Miami and
Florida Israel Bond Organization, and Lee Tafel (right) is
president of the Dade County Employees Union. The dinner
will be the first such event to be sponsored on behalf of
Israel Bonds by labor unions and representatives of man-
agement.
News Briefs
Immigration Bill Denounced
LONDON (WNSi The Board of Deputies has denounced
the Immigration Bill now before Parliament. "Many of the bill's
provisions are racially discriminatory," the Board said. "It is our
opinion that it will impede the work of those who. like the Board,
are endeavoring to promote good race relations in this country."
Number Of Jetvish Youth Disappointing
WASHINGTON (WNSI Samuel Stolen, assistant director of
the Jewish Community Council of Greater Washington, has ex-
pressed disappointment that only 500 of the crowd of 200.000 that
rallied here to demand an end to U.S. involvement in the Indo-
china War were Jewish youths. B'nai B'rith headquarters provided
kosher ford for those who participated members of the B'nai
B'rith Hillel Foundation, the Union of American Hebrew Congrega-
tions, the Radical Zionist Alliance and Americans for Progressive
Israel-Hashomer Hatzair and space for the medical center staffed
by the Medical Committee for Human Rights. The Religious Action
Center of the UAHC served as a clearing house for families who
offered their homes to those participating in the rally.
Treaty May Be Stalled
WASHINGTON (JTA) The national controversy over the
conviction of Lt. William Calley has provided ammunition for o
nents of the UN. G nocidi Convention, Two members of the For-
eign Relations Committee, neither of whom are opposed to the
treaty, have reported their mall is running 100-1 against ratifica-
ti n; fear is being expressed that some foreign government will
seek to try Americans in Vietnam on charges of genocide. Th
United States is one of the few nations in the world who have :.,
to ratify the convention.
Freedom Forest For Soviet Jewry
NEW YORK I JTA i A Freedom Forest for Soviet Jewry"
will be planted in the Judean Hills near Shaar Hagai not far from
Jerusalem, it lias been announced. The idea of a Freedom For s
a symbol of the ongoing struggle of Soviet Jews for a new life in
Israel was adopted at the recent Brussels Conference on Soviet
Jewry. Heading the American Committee for the new forest will be
Herman I. Weisman. president of the Jewish National Fund of
America. A national committee now in formation will Include th-'
presidents of major American Jewish organizations and other prom-
inent figures.


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Jen Ist norkUan________
Friday. April 30, 197!
Eli Katzin Again
Elected President
Eli oKattin was weieeted as
president of Temple Beth Sholom
for a second term at its annual
ngr< gation I meeting.
Offi *i 1 who '' P >' w 'l!l Mr
Interfaith Chaplaincy
Association Installs
Chas. Go/dstein
Mrs. Blake
li. Rosenteld
Temple Ner Tamid's Annual Installation
Will Be Conducted By Rabbi Labovitz
d officers ol Tern-1
\ 1 T im d, its Sisterhood and
n s Club, w :.l be Install) d al an
l inst illation brunch on Sun-
d ij morning in the temple's Sklar
lit irlum. Rabbi Eugene La-
1 i..-. sted by Cantor Edward
in, will officiate at the cere-
: _. when Charles Goldstein is;
ictfd as congregation pr 'Sident,
M s Carlton Blake as Sisterhood
- !. nl and E Iw ird I, R >sen-
as president of the Men's
ub.
AJs on the -1 ite u l/iuis
i! e : pn sident:
|oi Dot oar, Solomon S
Ad ;. r, vice presidents;
ui r; .1 ph
.:". lai I SI
tarj n Bl ike, 1 sec-
ts j in i Paul 11. Pri ss, coi re-
- ondini >'.
I ol Trustees: Joseph D.
bert, II irry Blumen, Max Davis
S dncj Dorfman, Alex Eig, Hy-
aii Eisei buam, Sol Frankel, Irv-
ing Frank GUckman, Adolph Greenbaum,
Jack Greenberg, Samuel Green-
field, Maxwell Harris. Dr. Michael
Horwitz, Louis H. Kaplan, David
Karsb, Louis H. Klelnberg, David
Kiause. Barnett M. Lerner, Harry
Licbcrman. Judge Theodore R.
Nelson, Charles Newman, George
Ossip, Clifford Perlman, Samuel
Pearlman. Hyman Posnev. Max
Raskin. Jay Reehtschaffer, D.
. tale Regent, Julius Resnick, Alex-
ode r Rest. Albert V. Rosenberg.
Edward I. Rosen fold. Era Rosen-
teld, D. Jerry Sail. Rita Salomon.
Jack L. Shaw. Harry Sherman,
>>sej>h Silverman, George Simon,
cMeatless
yet so
IT STICKS TO THE
SPAGHETTI
Judg< Louis H. Stallman, Louis
Suchman. S George Trager, Sadie
Trosky, Irving Wexler, Leon Wein-
itcin, Herm in L. Shaw.
Honorary president is Ezra
Finegold honorable vice presidents
Samuel !.. Greenfield, Morris
Kleinman and Alvin Savage; chair-
man ol the board is Adolph Green-
baum.
Barman L. Shaw, out
lenl ill be espi ciallj h >n-
,>red on this occasion,
\v ther mil stone in ecumenical |
' recently with
,1 ihi fiisl ofl
I by the South Flo
,in( Ass 1 1 ition,
Dr. Benja 1 in Reder, the \ A
, new chiel ol st iff, w
insta lath n ci ivm nies, which
What do
small 1 hiWPOti wh<"
you -
.'iw ''.1 jou talk 1
it li
I
1 ligion n 1 in I
yea .
n th ii d
v ho
w my fin V I
held at Mi imi Springs Vill is, >u ly to a :

vas ft George W. Miller, direc-
tor of pastoral care at Baptist
I [1 si ital.
R ... Edmund W. Holmes. Jr..
Protestant chaplain at the VA
Hospital, took the oath of office as
.resident; Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
lirector of Greater Miami Jewish
Fedi ration's Community Chaplain-
. Si rviei w is InstalK d as vice
has ha l a ci
I and is depn ssi
atti mpl si'i, ide?
The n alization that thi -
are among the expert)
Chaplains tare daily led
.si.,11 to establish an 01
h w hich formal pro
t'ueation may be pr
dudin ; lectures, w ksh
.resident. Father John W. Mul- inars and field trips. T
ally, director ol pastoral can- at ship hopes lo Involve prol >.
0f Lebanoi H spital, "ill from the fields of ps)
. 1 j s irer.
About two years ago. a ha
it 1 ha| lains of van.''.:- faiths be-
n meetii Ih in a
spirit '- word
1 hiatry, sociology .. 1
well
The South Fl Ida (
ii >n out I"' d iis 1 11
tution, whi
; .
Blu er, 1 >a>. id
, ,;.,. ieral obji ct ol I
.. > I shall to as Isl th
>und t
u, n
the ri ali t on 1
i\ ly high ideals .
Vfilli is- spiritual, in! ll< I
11 11 t eristics, in I
r of pei a ns .
. ind con ect loi II
a forui tri s, military and
common tutions."
.1 r-r. s S. 1 nanci I
1 \. Gan > '- '
secretary, Leonard Miller.
^Spaghetti
Sauce
[mushrooms;
Charles Linksman, who opened
the first Pumpemick's Restaur-
ant in Miami Beach will be hon-
ored at the Corinthian "Night
in Israel" on behalf of Israel
Bonds, Monday. Eli Goldstein
is chairman of the Corinthian-
Israel Bend Committee; S. Sid-
ney Raffel is cochairman.
Season's Last Luncheon
Beacon Cancer Unit oi Papani-
caloau Cancer Research Institute
.vill hold its last luncheon meeting
of the season at Bud Dickev'i
Club House Thursday, May f>. The
group's donor is scheduled for May
15 at the Playboy Plaza, and in-
stallation or officers for Thursday,
May 20.
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Remember: if other
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control time, party time
snack time, main meal
time, a itu time.
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Board members elected include
Jack A. Abbott, .' imes M Albet t,
Norman Arkin, Abram Baker,
lonas Brotman, Morns Cooper,
Meyer Don, Leon J Ell, Abe C j
Fine, Milton Gaynor, Harold Gran-|
Off, Dr. Robert Jaffe, Frank Ka-I
men, Irving B. Kaplan, Dr. Leo
Levin, Dr. Leo Levin, Dr. Sanfor '
Levine, Alex Levinson, Alvin B. I
Lowe, George Mildwoff, Howard
Miller. Morry B. Mori is, Joseph,
Novel. Samuel Robinson, Dr. Rob-1
ert Rosen, Dr. Walter Sail, Philip
Schlisscl, Jack B. Shapiro, Harry
j B. Smith, Ralph Spero and Harold
Zinn.
Mr Katzin comes fn>m Winston-1
Salem, N.C., where he was a
leader in the Jewish community 1
I He was connected with the Zion-
1 ist organization, president of the j
Wii ston-Salem lodge of B'nai
B'rlth, chairman of vocational gui-
dance for North Carolina, pivsi-
: dent and chairman of the fund
"aising drive of Temple Emanuel of
that city a.id a member of the
; North Carolina Association of Jew-
ish Men. He also served on the
: board of directors of the Shrlners,
I the American Jewish Committee,
I ard he is a 32nd degree Mason: in
addition he served as chairman of
the Tri City Cultural Committee.
the Anti-Defamation League, the
Board of Education and the Cham-
ber of Commerce.
^1^A^^^
W-olosole Distributori o
ms. 1 :
goals v. ith one another.
The meetings became
for the discussi in ol
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+Jmrlsti net -Uttaun
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Brandeis Zionist District, Miami Beach,
Plans Gala Installation Meeting Monday
*
Brandeis District of Miami
Beach, Zionist Organization of
America, will hold its annual in-
stallation of officers and board
members on Monday at 8 p.m.
at the Washington Federal, 1133
Normandy Dr.
Miami Beach Mayor Jay Dermer,
active Zionist leader, will servo is
installing officer. Gil Rappaiiori,
executive director of the South-
east Region 70A, will present the
service award to Isaac Donen, nut-
going president of the district, in
recognition "for the outstanding
work he has done during the past
t" (i years."
Nina Diamond, popular soprano,
ha8 arranged a special program of
international, Yiddish and Israeli
songs, as well as operatic and mu-
sical comedy. She will be accom-
panied b\ pianist Sally Lazar.
Louis Hoberman. Miami Beach
mil Surfside civic leader, will be
installed as new president of the
district. Mr. Hoberman, who his
been active in Zionist and Israeli
causes, has also served as presi-
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dent of the Dadc Chapter, Amer-
ican Jewish Congress, board of
governors Of the Greater Miami
Jewish Fed; ration and chairman
of the Tempi,' Ner Tamid Religi-
ous School. He has also served as
vice mayor and councilman of
Surfside during the past 10 years,
and as president of the Surfside
Music Society, president of the
Miami Beach Music and Arts
League, chancellor commander of
the George Gershwin Lodge,
Knights if Pythias, and vice pres-
iden. of the Surfside Civic Assn.
Be has the honor of having l>een
nominated twice for the "Dadc
County Outstanding Citizen-
award.
Other newly elected officers to
be installed nt the open meeting
are: Clem I.ipman. Max Raskin.
K'lman Frank,, vice presidents;
Richard Bergman, treasurer; Isi-
dore J. Rlffkin, financial secre-
tary and Meyer Sicgel, recording
secretary.
Newly elected board members
are: Dr. Herman Ausilbcl, Theresa
Ausuble, Albert Grossman, Joseph
Kahn. Bernard Katz, Harry Ja-
witz, Morris Minov, Gil Rappa-
port, Herman Shaw. Adolph St.it-
ner, Jennie Zaretsky and Helen
Zuckerbraun.
Honorary pre idi nl ol the Dis-
trict, Ezra :' gold, and Mi s.
Finegold will si r e as hosts for
the evening, Refreshments and a
social hour v> ill f illow th
LOUIS HOBERMAN
Mt. Sinai Fellows
Reeled Orovitz
The sustaining board of fellows
of Mount Sinai Hospital has elect-
ed W. James Orovitz to a second
term as president.
Others chosen to serve during
the coming year are: Lloyd I..
Ruskin, first vice president; Jerry
Bloom, second vice president;
Samuel Gray, treasurer, and David
Scrns, ci etary.
The sustaining hoard is com-
prised nl' young business and pro-
fessional men who support the
hospital with such projects as a
health careers program for local
teenagers, and. a continuing blood
drive.
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Mrs. A. Henry Kaufman, re-
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for 1,750 hours of volunteer serv-
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frcm assistant diiector Thomas
C. Doherty.
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Friday. April 30, 1971
Mizrachi Women Fete
'Mother Of The Year'
Hundreds of Mizrachi Women
. assemble for a gala bruncheon
Cotillion Room of the Eden
Hotel Thursday. May 6. at
a.m. The evert wl be under
Bin. Aaron
president of Geula Chapter.
me of th. day will bo "Ac-
c. nt on Youth." David Abramo-
:' Klal
: Soviet
S will be tit'
is m ill go
trds Youth
-
- ill bo
I ':: Y r "

leavors s
I the Hi brew a a mj ol
r, tin
5!
Morth Mi imi B< ach
Jewish Hon for th D g-
- \ | North Miami
Bora Park. Brook-
N Y Ro 's family will also
be presenl to pay her homage-
she is blessed with two daughters,
two sons, eleven grandchildren, a
sister and, broil., r. Th." children in
lame! Tail net : iMut" tshe
..: :. rgeta them.
Teenagers from the Hebrew
nj will ; lay l< ling roles
rhey include Judy
Kclansky, Andrea Deutch, Miriam
\\"i.
com) rues I self on th.
sii Mrs J ii ne Fii
:-.ai Cha| I

L9 :
Bophy
vaii has reels
J V

tho L".S. C
Youth A
M ind the Unit
jra
Sara Aviani. Shalom Duo
Headline Beth Am Forum
Plight Of American
Prisoners Of War
To Be Spotlighted
No man Bruce Brown Host and
! Auxiliary of Jewish V
, terans, are cosponsoring a hinch-
. with the n.ide I
ploy the Hai
May T. at no n. In
Lenny's I -Way R staurant
in Mi
Phin i| : speaker will
\v : i M irshburn whose I
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p sonen
nade with the Hade Em-
the Handic I i '
. chairman JWV Post and
Auxiliary 174,
Residents cf Seccoast Towers held an art show and auction
in behalf oi the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's 1971
Israel Emercency Fund campaign recently where more
than 54,000'was raised. Here Arthur S. Rosicho:
Federation's executive vice president, receives the check
from Nat Siiverberg. a representative of the art show, which
was held in the Hobby Room of the Seacoast Towers East.
, ram of Temp
h Am'a venth annual fu
i s ndaj. May 9. will fi atun
Isr S Aviani
Miami-based Shalom
IV I Barton
said this i
The en:, tair venl w
; the South
lion's ration of the Si t
s 23i
tan aU
Independence I
- and sponsor a Dinner
Stat Saturd .;. nighl .it the Fon-
:
Bon b
Miss Aviani who began her sing-
it U in tin Israel
l ii u ppeared
- m the Kd Sullivan
; v and her husband will both
perform al Beth Am. She has
toured the Unil I States I Can-
.th her Yemenite Tria. and
S ilute to Isr lei pro-
il the M uni Beach Au
i years ago.
The Beth Am Forum, which
eg by Bay.ud
Al "i V uid 1
. I Flanni rj is i hi rhlight
f the synagogue's cultural pro-
which included art shows
musical concerts and motion pic-
. remieres Dr Herbert B
gard, d Al Liebert, vice
resideni ted the n
Forum Gei
Schwartz and Dr. Leonard Lewis.
cochairmen, said tickets for the
Sara K\ mi show are still ivaQ-
able at the temple office.
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Decoration Day weekend fr
Friday. May _'S to Monday. May
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in Freeport. The trip will inclu t.
bus transportation from the Mar-1
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~drewiisfli Floridian I Women's Division Launching
the Woman s WorU Community-Wide Phonothon
Friday. April 30. 1971
Pags 5-B

Schedulesior Pioneer Women Groups
Include Celebrations Of Mother's Day
Pioneer Women Club 2 will spon- j Wednesday noon. May 12. at the
sor a Wednesday noon Mother's j Washington Federal. 1122 Nor-
Day luncheon in honor of the club's j mani'y Dr. Fanny Gibson, presi-
presldent. Frances Packar. at th dent, will conduct the agenda.
Raleish Hot'l: the afternoon will I
feature Miriam Glngold, national,' Thp advisor, who will he guest speaker, con Wednesday noon at the Al-
and a program of songs bv Sam-
uel H<:fetz with Helen Skolnick
at th. piano. Bertha I.iebman Ls
lunchi on chairman.
tiers Hotel will mark the chap-
ter's 20th anniversary and also
celebrate Mother's Day. Guest
speaker will he Harriet Green;
special tribute will be paid to Kite
I H ilub will hold us regular Lippman and Mary Bernstein
meetirg Thursday, May 6, at l ..
p.m., : the Mi .mi Beach Auditor-, Ch",man f day. Rose Abels,
inn. a1 755 Washington Ave. wl" ln"'dce guest soloist Rosf
Nex1 regular meeting of the Byrum whe will be accompanied
Beba Welson Chapter is slat NCJW Miami Section Installation Theme
'Womanpower Energy For A New Era'
Beginning this Sunday the Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation's
Women's Division will launch a
community -wide phonothon at-
tempting to reach more than 6,000
Dade Countians to seek their sup-
nort for the Federation's 1971
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund campaign.
Under the direction of Mrs.
Howard J. Trinz, Women's Divi-
sion vice president for Commun-
ity Organization and Phonothon
chairman, more than 500 women
from the Miami Beach. North
Dade and South Dade Area
Boards will be making telephone
calls during the month of May.
Mrs. Burton R. Levey, Wom-
en's Division president, and Mrs.
Jerome L. Kipnis. Women's Di-
vision campaign chairman, said
the Phonothon effort will take
place the first four Sundays in
May. ending on May 23.
Til. Gre I
The
Ml imi Section of
the tionol Council of Jewish
Women will install its Section and
Di\;-i officers at a luncheon
Wedn I.'. h 11:30 a.m., in th.
Seville Hi I
i the 1 incheon, "Wom-
anp Energy for a New
Era." HI feature a filmed mes-
jagi -:ii Israel's Premier Golda
Meir ? musical convention report.
and dui I insl illation ceremony.
Th. film was prepared for the
Council's rational convention and
was Mrs. Meir's way of sending
person) greetings to the women
of t' rganization that h < been'Bernard Lorine,
Community organizations from
throughout the country partici-
i pating in this endeavor to sup-
port mon than 40 local, national
ind overseas agencies, as well as
provide vital social ivelfare needs
to the people of Israel include:
American Friends of the Hebrew
^egates to the nationa Iconven- University, B'nai B'rith Council
tion have written and will pn M,ami r.,ch Brandeis Uni.
a musical skjt in order to report ,.,xUv Natlona] women's Com-
l^.e,mem^hipand?^StSJhe mittee. Douglas Gardens
highlights ol the convention, Mrs
so instrumental in furthering Is-
rael's edu latioi sj stem.
Greater Mian! Secti in's
MRS. HOWARD J. TRINZ
Oi ganization Miami. Bun i >!
h Education, College of Ji
tsh Studies, Communit) Chap-
laincy Service, Community Rela-
tions Committee, Cuban Refugees Tec nl Maintenance Ap-
Special Services, Hebrew Acad- [x : Unit I BIAS Sen
emy, Hillel-University of M
" ', Tornli Fund Benefit
N itional ('nine:! of
Nationa] organizations parl
tmpaign are: Am .-
ican A- i tion fpr Jew ash
cation. American Jewish Con
tee, American Jewish Coi
B'nai B'rith National Youth 5
'i- Appi il (!onfi rence on S
Jewry-Grant. Council of Jewis i
Federations & Welfare Funds -
Scholarship Plan. Dropsie College,
Histadruth Ivrith of America,
Jewish Children's Service of At-
lanta. Jewish Labor Committee,
Jewish Publication Society, Jewish
Telegraphic Agencv. Jewish War
Veterans X itional Community Re-
lations Advisory Council. National
Foundation for Jewish Culture,
Nat'onal Jewish Population Study,
National Jewish Welfare Board,
School of Jewish Communal Serv-
Ici S 'minar Grant-Jewish Teach-
ers & Principals. Synagogue Coun-
cil of America. Yivo Institute for
Jewish Res -arch.
Participating organizations ilso
Inclu le The United Jewish Ap-
oeal, America-Israel Cultural
FO'indition, Hebrew Univi rs I
Benjamin Krasnow will plaj th<
piano foi the skit.
Mr Aaron Farr, i nati inal vice |
nresident, will install all of the
- except for the
Mrs. Philip Bloom, who w installed by Rabbi Mix LipschitzI
>f Beth Torah Congregati 11
Chairman for the d j Mrs.
Iiadassah Groups Set Installations
Shalom <;roup of Ifwlnnli will,
hold installation luncheon al
noon Tuesday, May 11, at the Al-I
giet s total. Mrs. Milt in Sirkin
will c lduct the ceremony; enter-
tainn I will be offered b> Mrs.
Brucl Skulnick aco i np inied by
Mrs, Fran K mfman, Mi s. In in
Shapi is pr -si lent.
Mrs. Simoiihoff
New Director At
Zion Pre-School
Cart jr R I Browdj.
tioni liri i of Temple Zion, h is
annoui ed the ippointment of Mrs.
Rael sch wl
reet i She : ti rentlj I
tor ol ] he 'Al -Sch wl 11 -use."
an i lucat pi :
ind s by concern-
ed i nd e luc it u -
M Simonhafl re :eh h r
B.A. i jree In Chil I Devi I >] m nl
from irnell Uni' 'rsitj an I her
M.Ed .urn the University of Mi-
..i: I c tinseling.
H Iditlon to the faculty of
Tern] Zioi < a 'other step in th''
pursuit of higher Judeo-secular
goals ,:i congregational school
educ >n.
Pai ts will meet Mrs. Simon-
hoff .-I oth : new ore-school fac-
ulty rr nbers it a May 11. 8 p.m.
a the temple's social hall.
Treason House ftittup will have
a White Ell phant Sale" Monday
at 12:30 In the Ni th B I
Mrs. Goldie Glnsky
Henrietta S/old Group is plan-
in Inst i I
Monday noo:i May 10, at the Al-
giers 1 lotel. Z -. Kog n
Installing offic r. Helei
will entertain with Olga B'.bo
Stern at the pi no. Pi
Mi s. S il i i "
mittee, Douglas Gardi -
for the Aged Greater Miami Wom-
en's Auxiliary. Greater Miami I
Charter CARIH Asthmatic Re-j
search. Miami Chapter of Had a--
: sah. Jewish War Veterans
Women's Auxiliaries. Mizrachi
Women's Organization of Amer-
ica. Mount Sinai Hospital Worn-1
en's Auxiliary. National Council
of Jewish Women. Pioneer Worn
>n. Technion. Temple Adatli
| Yoshurun. Beth Am Sisterhood.:
| Beth David Sisterhood. Beth Tor-;
ih Sisterhood, Temple Judea Sis-
terhood. Temple Emanu-EI Sister-
hood, Temole Or Olom. Temple
S'nai of North Dade Slsterh i I,
Temple Zamora, Temple Zion.
Women's American ORT. Wom-
an's Cancer I eague of Miami
Beach. Women's League for 1st
ind Y.M.H.A. Women's Auxiliarj
The following loc il agenc i
es of the Greater Mi-
imi Jewish Federati >n's 1971-CJA-
IEF c imoaign: B'nai B'r th Youth
Jewish Women. Isra You'h Af-
fairs Program, Planning Cot
'......n Jewish Education-Resi
('.rant. Jewish Family & Ch I
Iren's Service. Jewish Vocational
Service, Jewish Home for the
Aged, Mount Sinai Hospital, Refu-
gi e Resettlement Program, ym-
YWHA of Greater Miami.
l': ceeds ol the s p.m. musical
program t<> be presented by Unl-
vi rsi1 v i f Miami students at Tem-
pli Beth Tov Saturday in honor
of Israel's 23rd anniversary will
go towards its Torah Fund. The
entertainment will include singing
and dancing.
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Phone 665-5201
Other Addresses:
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918 E. 25 Street, Hialeah
'Semi-Abstract Images"
JACOB GAINS
"Creative Painting"
SAMUEt MEVIRSOK
April 26th through ...ay 14th 1971
V. witdayi 9:00 a.m. le 8 .10 p.m.
// H
. HtluuiUOH tree
BACARDI ART GALLERY
riCO B4csyr.e B'vd.. M.anl. Fio'.dt.
Women's League
liaising Funds
For Blind Girls
Th. 'Vomen's League for Israel
Rone' Plaza Chapter, is planning
two : d-raisins .-vents with pro-
ceed! larked for The Home for
Blind ",\rU In Natanya. Israel.
main) ;ned bv the ; eague
Mo> ty il 12:30 p.m. in the main
socii I ill ol the Ronev Plaza, tlie
group'i regular monthly meeting
will : ature a package auction.
Thos tie.'dm' ire asked to bring
a p ige which will he aur-
tioneci off following the busine=-
agene
Tuesday at 12:30 p.m.. the group
will ha* e a card party in the mez-
zanine cardroom.
ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD, SHE'LL BE THE HAPPIF^T
MOTHER IN HER TOWN IF YOU REMEMBER HER WITH
FLOWERS.
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IH DtSIGH
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phone
754-3916
Mother's Day is May 9 and she'll be espe iallv, pleased if
i., .-. a gift of flowers or plants.
iiby FTD-lnterllora florist is a specialist in pled i
Mothers, particularly if they are far away in distant lat I t
ill or visit your FTD-lnterflora florist and he'll S r
flowers or plants. onal message, are deli\ n
, p iei en v the day even though you -
You send a little of yourself when you send flowers and pi
v i FTD-lnterflora, the florists who delivei I a ', J'ld love
throt woi J.


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-Jmisti fkridiar)
rridciy. April 30, 1971
Rabbi Abramowitz Guest
On Still Small Voice'
W:\v-: A!i:.i ".;>v.-ili..v'u>. (>.>: J.ina.tivi hy vr Miami
.1 the Greater Miami dclega- Jewish Federation.
n to the recenl Brussels con-
S Jcwrs will b
S iviet
the featured i si Sunday m> rn-
i Still Small
WCKT C 1 pi igram,
resei with the
Greater
ith new
Ru in anl .-
Si Middle E si
who
* Soil til 1
v. ..i discuss the
Is
new c
"- -
In li -. tement, Sen. Gurney
lited the world attention paid
i Russian treatment of Jews
within ilu- past 18 months wit
opening the gates to some Soviet
Jews who have left for the United
si ites or Isr;.!. He lid the Rus-
n il like the glarini
nion."
The Oi lando s
that although I ted States
govern lught this mat-
tor up to vari Nations

in itter."
: : ard Gui
L'nited States
m Florid i, this w eek
- -; itement to
dati .. .in to
Mother's Day Program
.. i, sh if the
- Club has
plans I Mother's
! \i> ci Sunda; May 9, al
1:30 p.m in the Isn lite Center
3175 SW 25th Si. Guest speaker
will h Hi 's spiritual
1 r, R Avrom L. Drazin. A
Beth Torah Hebrew
Teacher Is Honoree
Beth Toi I lion's Viol-
li Kahaner Sisterhood will hold
its annual Toi ih F
ruosday noon in t I tels-BS*
eial hall, closing campa ;
raise funds for the Mathilde Schec-
[ex R sidence Hall and the J
rheolcgical Seminary' of America.
Mrs. Dorothy Gruen, a Hebrew
at hi r al Beth Torah for the past
13 yi ars as well as pre-school su-
nrvis i and youl !i din ctor, '.\i!l
; -' o
Harry Mandel, Torah Fund
h. t i;
;is 9 who ha> ( l>i -
tinary
ceive
.....s din in i
: $10 or mor to
forah Fund will reci ve in-
Sylvia
Kirs and Evi Ki ugi l are
takin rvations
v let's harass- apodal program arranged h> Can
i
mi nt ol I -
-
of its
tor < iu -. j m w ith I
i ivii to plan other action
dors in the I Is of go\
m : ,':- --. rclij us nd i
i | Th ference i
tor N.itil I". !';'l--
sented.
The so plans <] bo il rid
for the n from
5 Miami Citj V ..in B)
1 n.m Thursday June 2 '
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Mrs, Philip Bloom fleff* incoming president cf Greater Miami
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man Cohan, outgoing president, rehearse the musical con-
vention report to be presented at the section's installation
luncheon Wednesday at the Seville Hotel.
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SOCIAL BRIEFS
by Isabel Grove
If you happen to be lookinn
.1 round for a proud and happy
mother, your search could easily
end with Mrs. Rose Litwack of
7428 Harding Ave., whose son.
U.S. Air Force Major David Lit-
wack, has been decorated with the
Distinguished Flying Cross for
extraordinary aerial achievement
m Southeast Asia.
Major Litwack distinguished
himself as an OV-10 Bronco armed
reconnaissance aircraft forward
air controller during the success-
ml rescue of an injured Marine
pilot who had re-en forced to eject
from his damaged aircraft over
heavily He u is honor'd during cere-
monies at Eglin AKB, Fla., where
he now serves as chief of the mu-
nitions section with the 3'246th
Test Wing, a part of the Air
Force Systems Command.
The 14-year veteran holds the
aeronautical rating of senior pilot.
A 1950 graduate of Union Hill
High School. Union City. N..1.. the
major received a bachelor of aero-
nautical engineering degree in 1955
from New York University and
i commissioned there through
\;- Force Reserve Officers
Trainit C rps program. He also
ned i MS degree in 19S5 from
the Air Force Institute of Teeh-
: v. ht-Patterson AFB,
i
Ilis wife, Yvette, is the daugh-
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Katharine Ross
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Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Bern-
stein of 1.350 NE 191st St.. No.
Miami Beach, also have exciting
news of their son Curtis I. Bern-
stein who has been promoted to
sergeant in the U.S. Air Force. A
product of local schools. Sergeant
Bernstein is a 1%7 graduate of
Miami High and attended Miami-
Dade Junior College.
An aircraft systems repairman
at Mountain Home AFB, Idaho,
he is assigned to a unit of the Tac-
tical Air Command which pro-
vide* combat units for air support
of U.S. ground forces. He previ-
ously served at Udorn Royal Thai
AFB. Thialand.
One of the sweet joys of the
past holiday season was the num-
ber of young people who came to
Southern Florida to visit with
"grandma and grandpa" as well as
assorted aunts, uncles and cous-
ins.
All the way from Woodland
Hills, Calif., came Vicki (nee Her-
man) and Joe Friedman with their
son and daughter. Josh 14. and Sal-
ly, almost 12, who gladdened the
hearts of Vicki's mother lima and
spouse David Levin, of the Arlenl
House. Poise.1 and charming, the
voung people both attended Half
Junior High and Stephen S. Wis
Temple. Among those enjoying
brief visits with the family were
Vicki's aunt. Lillian Schilling.
Drs. (c.q > Belle and Joseoh S.
Breuer, also "f the Arlen House
Miss Nettie Schaefflcr, and the
Maury Sheins. Also Janet Sinder
and daughter Lorl who came down
from Lakeland to see the welcome
quartet.
Before Joe left his family here
for a longer stay, he and Vicki
were entertained at the home of
Manny and Hilda Zaiac where
they were greeted by Paul and
Judy Rosen. Harry and Marilyn
Smith, Bob and Myrna Somerstcin.
all of whom were delighted to
see the former Miami Beachites.
And then before her own return
to the West Coast. Vicki was
feted by long time family friends
Inez Krensky. Charlotte Wolf.
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when th.y welcomed daughtei
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Pam 4 and Mn ly Lee 2 who made
the trip from Atlanta to b i with
them.
And two more young people
Cindy and Ricky Chapman, here
from the north for 10 days with
grandparents Edna and Jimmie
Chapman. Children of Mr. and
Mrs. Martin Chapman, Cindy, who
will be 10 In July, is in the 4th
iradc at the Guggenheim School
in Port Washington. A most artic-
ulate little lady. Cindy feels that
'young people should have their
own representatives in govern-
ment" to (welcome the fact that
adults simply do not understand
them!" These serious thoughts do
not prevent her from playing pi-
ano, drums, and the lute, as well as
attend art and dancing schools.
She's also a Girl Scout and enough
of a tomboy to enjoy bowling,
baseball and even football. Rick, in
the 5th grade at school, concen-
trates all his energies on baseball
and football.
Artist Reyna Youngerman re-
turned from a Caribbean cruise
with husband Alex just in time
to host a meeting of Florida Chap-
ter Artist Equity Association
Thursday evening at her home.
Starting May 1st and continuing
through the month, the Crystal
House Galleries will present an
xhibiti.ir, of the work of the
group's members. Recent paintings
md graphics will be included in
the show which opens with a pre-
view-reception on Sundaj
i to 10 p.m.
The month of May brings spring
flowers, mosquitos, sand flies and
picnics, so the Men's Club of thi
Miami Philharmonic will hive its
"first annual family picnic" in
honor of the orchestra members on
Sunday, at l p.m. at Matheson
Hammock.
Art Exhibits, Sales
Members of the Cultural Alli-
ance who will he having painting,
graphics, .sculpture, and jewelry
art sales on the mezzanine of the
Miamarina Restaurant will include
the Art Institute of Miami. Grove
House, Eastern Airlines Art Club,
Selma Magrum, Bruce Roberts,
and Dennis Ryan.
Unusual excitement is expected
to be generated by exhibits and
sales of arts and crafts from all
over Latin America promoted by
Pan American World Airlines, Pas-
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Cantor anil Mrs. Y. I.. Hiil-
braim of Temple Sinai will lead
a tour group to Israel and Kur-
ope from Miami on Tuesday,
June 29. Cantor Heilbraun will
conduct i crash H.-hrcw course
for those participating in this
tour beginning Monday evening.
.M.i ni Mayor Elton (iissencUm-
ner and .Mayor I>:iv1 of North Miami Beach.
T>
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lack ScbUUnger, president of
UCP of Miami said. Miami's first
telethon in two years for Cere-
bral Palsy was "a triumph."
Telethon chairman. Ralph De>
Mei). president of ADH. Inc.. re-
ported the 19-hour show broad-
cast from Miami Beach Audi-
torium by WCIX-TV went off
the air with $125,106, approxi-
mately 30'; more than was
raised during the list telethon.
Jade Winds Meeting
To Include Elections
Jndc Winds Chapter of Amer-
ican Jewish Congress was to hold
a regular meeting ;ii 12:.T0 p.m.
Thursday, in the Tower, 1730 NK
191st St., North Miami Beach.
The agenda for the afternoon in-
cludes tin- eleel on of officers, fol-
lowed by a report of convention
highlights ii\ Mrs. Sol Berlin, who
attended the American Jewish
Congress Women's Division Bi-
ennial in Boston, Mass.
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Footlighters Club, and Ed Mel-
niker. director of the June ben-
efit Golf Classic, have appoint-
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the honorary committee includ-
ing Miami Beach Mayor Jay
Dermer, Coral Gables Mayor
W. Keith Phillips. Jr.. Metro
Ma.\or St,;h,-n (lark, Miami
Mayor DavM Kennedy, North
Wometco Theatre Offerings
Opening Friday at the Miami.
Miracle, 163rd Street and Carlyle
Theatres is "Fools"; 'Taking Off
will start its run at the Patio.
Twin I and Byron and "Puzzle i.l
a Downfall Child" at the Mayfair.
Sunset and Normandy. Holdovers
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Friday. April 30, 1971
re an
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COMPANY AT THE AR1.KN HOI sk
Vickie Ellen Herman Inow Mrs. Joe Friedman
of Woodland Hills. Calif.) and her children. Josh
and Sail.-, came to visit her parents, lima and
David Levin and had a grand time run-wins? old
friendships. Joe same in later for a weekend.
Former Miamians, the Friedman* have been
living in California f >r the past 10 years, and she
saya she's ,iust as busy there as she was here
with temple and community activities and you
can be sure the exotic looking Vieki. who has a
tilt tor looking unar;, has not given up her
dancing. She practices every Thursday, she says.
The Fri. dinars were awakened by the earth-
quake at 7 a.m., Vicki reported. Sally grabbed
hi i cat, "Twinh i Star Friedman" and "Winnie."
poodle, and they all rushed outside. Everyone
but Vicki stay d outside, too. She went in the
house and crawled back into bed. Very little
damage was done where they were, she reported.
But a large percentage of the water in the pool
was sloshed out.
The Friedmans were excited about Josh suing
to Haifa this summer on a 10-week trip. He will
visit and study at the agricultural high school
there which Is under the auspices of the Bureau
of Jewish Education. A darling Sallv helped her
grandmother serve, and later put all the dishes
in the dishwasher. R imcmbering Vicki at that
ge, I got simply hysterical. Vicki couldn't even
boil water: her grandma, Jenny, didn't want her
ar the kitchen! How she ever turned out to be
such a wonderful cook is a mystery.
Josh showed movies of his Bar Mitzvah taken
by a group of Israeli cinemaphotography stu-
dents enrolled at U.C.L.A. They were terrific
gave all of us who were watching the feeling
that we were actually participating in the cele-
bration. We saw the Friedmans' home and their
friends: I got excited when I saw someone I
knew Cantor Sim K. lemer, who used to live in
Miami Beach, and the expression on Vieki's face
when she realized that she had said the wrong
prayer during the ceremonies was priceless.
A IT \ PARTY
I.ucille's birthday party for her husband. Dr.
Harry Aronson. was fun lor all. especially Harry.
Someone even made a coronet and crowned him
"birthday man .f the day." Dr. Harry has been
working with hvpr.otism in the fight against
drug abuse, but he didn't have to use hvpnotism
on any of th<* puests they were already en-
tranced with Luciile's cooking and the gorgeous
birthdav cake she had made and trimmed with
gai lands and roses.
Amone the nuests were Mr. and Mrs. Meyer
Baskin, Mrs. Nat Turner. Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Friedman. Mrs. Lea Rosenberg. Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Fritz and their houseguest. the Martin
Specters and the Max Jacobsons. Max. a real en-
tertainer, sang a very touching love song for
the group.
NKWS
Michael, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Kram. has been listed in "Who's Who of the
American College of Journalism." A recent grad-
uate ot Miami-Dade Junior College. Michael will
now enroll at the University of Miami.
THE FRIEDMAN < LAN'S SEDER
There were 21 members or the Friedman elan
at the first night Seder held at Sylvia and Philip
Friedman's home. They g< t along so well to-
gether, it's a pleasure; all of them were enjoying
each other's company as well as Sylvia's mar-
velous food The last cm. s to join the clan hen
were the Lee ami the Sol Friedmans. (No doubl
the "young marrieds" will soon be making p
to join their elders, though.' With such a big
family, there la always something going on. Phil
and Sylvia had to make a trip to New York for
a Bar Mitzvah almost immediately afterwards.
THEY LOOKED ADORABLE
Charles, Alan and Eliot Treister. lookinc ab-
solutely adorable in blue double-breasted jack, Is
just like their lather's -tood at the Mir. II Gal-
lery door passing out programs to the folks at-
tending Ken Treister's "photo painting'' .-how.
i Ken's work is remarkable, and quite out of the
ordinary, i Helyne's parents. Sam and Gert Bress-
ler. came from Atlanta: Ken's mother, Mrs. Ar-
thur Treister, and aunt. Sophia Friedlander.
were there too. of course. First-nighters also in-
cluded Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Alterman. Mr. and
Mrs. Larry Porter, Ron and Kllie Ager. Milton
and Selma Feld. Mrs. Fli/abcth Virrick. Mr. and
Mrs. Maurice Grubaier. Mr. and Mrs. Norman
I.epoff, Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Jacobs. Mr. and
Mrs. Richard Helfman, Mr. and Mrs. Sid Walos-
ky and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Roth.
THEY CANT WAIT TO GO BACK
The traveling Beguns. Alice and Irv. are home
after a "marvelous" trip to Israel and say they
can'1 wait to go back. They reported that they
walked their feet off. looked until their eyes
hurt and listened until they couldn't hear any
more. They were thrilled with Tel Aviv said
they found it an entirely different world. They
were surprised to find all the cars were so small
until they found the price of gasoline was 90
cents a gallon! I We shouldn't complain about the
prices here, the) said.) And they found people to
be exceptionally courteous and kind. They only
had trouble with one waiter, who was determined
to give them what HE wanted, not what they
ordered. They had ordered a small dish of vanilla
ice cream at a small cafe. The waiter was horri-
fied. Vanilla? Not chocolate, banana, lemon or
strawberry? He returned with a huge bowl for
each of them, with some of every kind of ice
cream the restaurant had in stock. And what's
more, they ate it!
Baraks Announcing
Sharon s Engagement
To Jeffrey Weithorn
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Burak of
; | SW 62nd Ave. announce their
daughter Sharon Mona's engage-
ment to Jeffrey Weithorn of 6150
Bird Rd.. the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Bernard Weithorn. 1071 NE 151st
rer. The ci u] le plans to marry
next yi ar.
-j-|,, ect is a student at
the University ol Miami, where
sh< is in her s. nior year. The pros-
room, a graduate of the
sity of Florida School of
l.aw. obtained a Master's de-
gree from the Univi rail ol Miami
when a ored In Tax Filing.
Mr, Wc ithi rn is pn ntly associ-
ated with a large corporation aa
an attorni y.
SHARON M. BORA*
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Cilia Ruben Engaged
To Bruce A. Snbat
Mr. end Mrs. Alberto Ruben of
5005 Collins Ave.. am announcing
the engagement of their daughter
Cilia to Bruce J. Nabat.
The future bride is a graduate
of Abraham L.ncolr, High School
in Bogota. Columbia. Her fiance
will graduate in June with a de-
gree from the University of Mi-
ami. He will then attend the Uni-
versity's graduate school.
The bridegroom-elect is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. David J. Nabat
of 9931 Broadview Ter.
WINDI BUTHICK
August Nuptials
Arc Planned By
Wendi Butnich
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Butnich
of 1401 sw 84th Cl. he
nounced the engagement >! 'heir
daughter, Wendi Ellen, t< GI i
B. Pollock.
The future bridegroom Is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Milton I' -
lock. 13151 SW 72nd A\ who
feted the couple at a cockt .'. party
recently.
The bride-elect i ite of
Miami I !oi il P rh S r I nd
attended the Un prsitj South
Fl rida where she belonged to
Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority.
Her fiance graduated f m the!
University ol Tennessee and pres-
ently attends the University >f
LouisvUk Dental School where he
is a sophomore m .'- h i
Omega dental fraternity,
Miss Butiuck and Mr. P 1] '<
will be married on Aug. 22 it I a
j Sonesta Beach Hotel with Rabbi
i Norman Shapiro officiating
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Mrs. Albert Fried To
Be Consultant Speaker
Mrs. Albert Fried, a past presi-
dent of the National Women's
1.. ague of the United Synagogue
Sisterhood Brunch Proceeds for Prf,264^-21?-ff C
Temple Emanu-El's Sisterhood I week at the home of Mrs. Albert I Mrs. Al Pod\ in. Sisterhood pres-
held its annual event in behalf of | Davidson, 2760 N. Bay Rd. | l()t.nt, a|S(> extended greetings to
the Jewish Theological Seminary** The affair was in the form of a the ladies gathered for the event
Torah Fund and Mathilde Schech-1 brunch, with Dr. Irving Lehrman, >hiili was under the chairmanship
ter Residence Hall campaign this spiritual leader of the congrega- i ol Mrs. Kenneth Sokolsky.
MRS. AlBtRT FRIID
ol America, will 6e the consultant
sp aker for the May 17-19 Florida
Branch Conference at the Eden
V.oc Hotel. Mrs. M. S. Cohen. Flor-
id. Biancb president, announced.
Mrs Pried, who continues to
serve the organization on the Na-
tional Board, was active in the
ship Training Department,
the National Speakers Training
Bureau; she has traveled through-
OUt the country visiting the many
National Women's League Sister*
hoods. Mrs. Fried was arrange-
ments chairman of the National
Biennial Convention in 197(1. and
Currently is the League's nomina-
te ns chairman.
A past president of the Marine
Park Jewish Center Sisterhood,
and a member of the Brooklyn
Jewish Center's Executive Com-
mittee, Mrs. Fried who received
h< i B.A. and M.A. degrees in Sec-
ondary Education from New York
University, is currently teaching
oral communication at Kingsbor-
ougb Community College. She is
also in a Master's program in
E eech for T.V. and Radio Broad-
rasting at Brooklyn College, and
- a member of the "Citizens for
Preservation of the Merit System
in School Staff Selection"' organi-
zation.
Mrs. Fri< d s< rves with the U.J.A.
and Israel Bonds and is on the
Board of Directors <>f United Syna-
gogue ol America, the Board of
Overseers of Jewish Theological
Seminary of America, the Board
of the Synagogue Council o:
Ami : ic! and its Oommissio
Jewish Fam ly Life, and is a nun-
gov< rnmental delegate to the U.N..
representing Orthodox, Reform and
Conservative Congn gations.
Mrs. Fried, tne county Commit-
tee woman for King's Liberal Par-
ty, 42nd District, serves on the
Executive Committee of Jewish
Braille Institute. Red Cross. Ha-
dassah, and National Association
for Advancement of Colored Peo-
ple, and has participated in the
Whit) House Conference on Edu-
cation.
Mrs. Fried, who is listivi in \
Who's Who of American Women, j
Who's Who in World Jewry, Dic-
tionary of international Biography,
Israel Honorarium, and Two Thou-
sand women of Achievement, has
often appeared on radio and tele-
vision, in this country, and in Is-
rael. She helped organize and led
the first National Women's Orga-
nizations' Conference and Study
Group held in Israel.
3Irs. Abramowitz
To Be Honored
By JWV Ladies
Serving as chairman of the >
for the testimonial luncheon in
honor of Justine Abramowit/. pres-
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Mrs. Billie Kern, national ladies
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Jewlstflcricfiar
Friday, April 30, 1971
Service To Veterans Hospital, Meetings |J- ji
Occupy JWV Ladies Auxiliary Members L
Jewish War Vcu tins Depart-
ment <>f Florid.i Ladies Auxiliary
morrliT^ will continue to service
the portable tel< ihone nnd the
telecart ra well as man the pa-
tient's library at the veterans
Hospital .
On Saturday, it will be mem-
ben Silvia lib:". \n and Belle
SwBItZ Of til? Nornuill Brace,
Brown Auxiliary and on Tuesday. |
Stella and Sol Lipton will be at
th.' hospital. On Sunday, volun-
teers from North Shore will in-
clude Milllicent Whitman and Lil-
lian Schor-n. Jolt Ratner R^h
Young and Julia Lindsey will take
over on Tuesday.
Points Easl h ispltal chairman
Ann Leess and Jem Vicari will bo
at the hospital on Wednesday, and
on Thursday, May t'.. chairman
Esther Winston will be there.
Normal Bruce Brown i74 Is hav-
ing r\ regular business meeting
conducted by newly elected pres-
ident Mrs. < lair Greenwald on
Tuesday. A Joint social hour wB'
fete Lillian and William Samel
who are celebrating their 50th an-
niversary.
WinI Miami 823 will meet
Thursday I B IS p n it the home
of Goldy Tessl'T. TiT.3 SW 19th
St.. with Ruth Burman, newly
elected president, in charge of
the b isiness a
Miami Beach 83 I lias slated an
on Tuesday at
H ill on AH in
5 is thi newly
Jacob ol Hialea'i. Peni Haengel,
president, will represent her
auxiliary.
An 8 p.m. board meet ins; for
\h- Horrowitr. 82 will be held on
Thursdivy., Majf 6. with president
Rita Saslaw presiding.
A Sunday. 7:30 p.m. board meet-
ins; is planned tor Harry H. Ooimmi
:23. Rose Llsansky will eonduct
...lers Day is celebrated on
the second Sunday of May that's
May 9 this year in virtually ev-
ery country in the world, accord-
ing to Intel-flora, the worldwide
floral delivery network.
There are some exceptions, how-
ever. The occasion is observed on
a different date in France. Poland,
Spain, Hungary and Sweden.
In Rumania, the holiday is Worn-
the meeting to Ih< held at Sambo's pn's rjgy. celebrated in March, and
Restaurant at Avenue.
Co!. David Marcus 74fi has plan-
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day at 8:15 p.m. at the Brentwood
School. Pauline Duke is president
Justine Abramow'.t/ is president
of the Department of Florida Li-
dies Auxiliary.
the traditional occasion in Great
Britain is Mothering Sunday,
which fell on March 21 this year.
Interflora, which is composed of
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130 countries, reports that what-
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Businessman and philanthropist Bernard J. Harris, of Palm
Beach, hcs been named a Founder cf the Hebrew Univer-
sity of Jerusalem in recognition of his devoted services on
behalf cf the Slaie of Israel in general, and the Hebrew Uni-
versity of leiusalem in particular. Mr. Hairis was vice chair-
man of Metropolitan Bank of Miami and Everglades Bank
of Fort Lauderdale before his retirement in 1959, at the age
of 41.
'Spring Culture9
Meeting Planned
Mrs. Trudj I! imi rschlag, pi si-
dent of the Greater Miami W i a
en's Division oi the American
mis the HettfPWUA*1
has announced plans for th an-
I nual Sprinc Culture m 'eting Tues-
day, M ly 1".. at 8 p.m. in th" Sax-
ony Hotel.
Prol n '. -.ii Yove!, visit-
n-; ussistanl p
I' Depart monl o!
hy, will be the guest
ker.
Profi sor V ivel, who oci
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ili\ mi 'tin; h !i ch is ipen
In all m ml) rs of Ami
ds oi th H brew University,
their guests ind f- iends.
He.vrhel Rosenthal, (second from right) Patrons Dinner
chairman, accepts the first check for tickets to Beth David's
annual dinner from Maxwell Waas, (left) p-esident of the
congregation as Sam Badanes, Ted Gordon and Bernard
Marko (ricjht look on. Tickets for this gala "Evening in
Paris" honoring the patrons of Beth David which will include
cocktails, dinner entertainment and dancing, are available
from the temple office.
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Friday. April 30
Bab Mitfu&k
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URY ROSKNBl.OO-.l
l.nry. the son of "far. ifniTlCfns.
Charles Rost nbloom. .">970 SW 3rd
St.. will become Bar Mitzvah at
remple BethTovSaturday, Mayl.
He will conduct the Friday eve-
ning services in addition to his
i of the Saturday morning eer-
mony,
Lary, a seventh gradt' honor
Student at Kinloch Junior High
School, plays the melodica.
Dr. and Mrs. Rosenbloom will
i nsor the Oneg Shabbat follow-
ing the Friday evening services as
II as the Kiddush on Saturday
in their son's honor.
ir H
ERIC ROSKNBKRr.
El n- David, the son of Mr. and
Mrs, Charles Rosenberg. 484r> SW
Oth St.. will celebrate his Bar
Mitzvah at Beth David Congrega-
tlon Saturday. May 1
A seventh grade student at Hor-
izon School. Fric has also attended
.'., tii David's religious sclv ol for
i ii years. He comix tes in swim-
ming meets as a representative of ,
the Coral Gables Swimming Asso-
ciation.
A reception In the celebrant's
honor will be hosted by his par- |
.-tits at King's Bay Yacht and
i Country Club. His grandparents.
and Mrs. Alexander Muss, and i
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Rosenberg ol
Miami Beach, will be the guests of '
honor at the celebration.
JOEL LEVY
Joel Mver. son of M- and Mrs.
Harry A. Levy, will become Bar;
Mitzvah on Saturday, May 1, at
Temple Emanu-Fl. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman will officiate.
Joel is in the seventh grade a'
Miami Country Day Sciool where,
he lias won trophies for best all
around camper as well is in ten-
nis and archery.
The celebrant will he honored
it i Kiddush immediately follow-
ing the worship service and at a
reception Saturday evening at the
Westvlew Country Club, Mr and
Mrs. Irving Con and Dr. and Mrs.
Robert S. Levy. Joel's grandpar-
ents, will attend the event.
BENJAMIN BANK
Benjamin Howard, the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Bank, will
become Bar Mitzvah Saturday
May 1. at Temple Zion.
Eh njamin is a seventh grade hon-
or student at Glades Junior High
School, where he plays the clarinet
son s
5atur-i
reception and dinner in
hoffer at ih. Deauville Hdte
day evening. Among the honored
guests will bo the celebrant's
grandmothers, Mrs. Fannie Rod-
man and Mrs. Emma Bank,
& it
SCOTT SELIOSON
Saturday morning, May 1. Scott.
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin
Seligson, will be called to the
Torah as a Bar Mitzvah.
Scott is a seventh grade stu-
dent it John F. Kennedy Junior
.''J;h School and a! ter.es th
Temple Sinai Religious School. He
s a member of the B'nai Mitzvah
,;f Temple Sinai, and the C.C.O.Y.
of Notth Miami Beach.
Among the out-of-town gu<*sts
attending the Bar Mitzvah will be
iis andparents, Mr. and M -
Morris Rosenberg, Mrs. Edith
Beerman, and Edward N. Cohen.
.JOHN KNEAPLER
John Mark son of Mr. and Mrs
Charles Kneapler, 8003 SW Kt'i
Ter.. will OP called to the Torah
as a Bar Mitzvah Saturdaj
Ing, May 1, at Temple Or O'om.
A seventh r,rade student at West
Miami Junior High School, John
olays the saxophone in the -
band,
Mr. and Mrs. Kneapler will host
'he Oneg Shabbat Friday evening.
I 'he Kiddush following their son's
Bar Mitzvah Saturday m irning.
i.nd a reception and dinner in
John's honor Saturday evening.
Among the honored guests will
he Johns maternal grandfather
Ralph Freeman of New York.
MARriA HAMMER
The Bat Mitz\ di of Marcia Ham-
- will be observed :' Bth Tiv-'-'
Congregation on Friday evening.
Vpril 30.
. frey is in t
i ; the Beth
. i Wolk R 'ligi >us -
.viil be a member i
n Class '" Si3.
Mr. an l Mi s. Normal Lod'ri will
fete tl
owing the -
Joel levy
trie Rosenberg
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hammer
will honor their daughter by host-
ing tl: i Oneg Shabbat.
Marcia has been attending th
Beth Torah Harold Wolk Re
School for the past four years and
Is now a student in the Mitzvah
,-la-s. she will enter the Confirma-
tion Class of 1973.
ERIC OBAFMAN
Eric son of Mr. and Mis Jerome
in will celebrate his Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday. May 1,
Beth Torah Congregation.
A me tb : i the f mrth yen
t ',. ;vi h Tor li Harold
Wolk Religious School, Eric will
:,. m -,> ,,! th Coi firmati in
.' 1973.
The << lebrant's parents will sp n-
or "'. Kiddush f Mowing the
ceremony.
JAYM1 BKKT!; Javmi, m of Mr. and Mrs. Mor-
ton B it:- h. will be !' ir Mitz-
- in durins E enings rviees
,ii Beth T irah <
I :.
The celebrant ha- attended Beth
T rah l' ir ild W >!k Re!
School for the past four years ind
nber of the Confirma-
Class of 1973.
He will be honored at the 0
.t h'is'el by his parents fol-
.n : the ceremony.
JEFFREY I.ODIN
s iturda) morning sen I oi
May 1. at !'. In Toi '
tion will include the Bar Mitzvah
of Jeffrev I. idin.
Flakier Opeiiinj:
Flagler Kennel Cluo i
its 4lst season Wed
,vith tiie Inaugural show.
Co-owners Issie and Da\ i t H "Cht.
expect another ?';r' roJHfbn han-
dle in pari-mutuel wagering, a
mark reached for the first ".me at
any greyhound racing meet i th
world in the summer of 196 I
Flagler once In will feature
the fabulo B Perfecta on the
l is; \ i r ices progi im
Perfi ct is on all but two r In
in to quini 11 wagering m
.-very race i"t win, place and
show betting and tl- > l til;
bit
Mrs. Alex Dellerson Begins
Fourth Term As President
Mi.-. Al. \ lx- lesson li- >':i-. |
."'.i' h t.-' m as presidi i t
! Inc in Miami I lea i I
tor Is' ai I
. \\i dnesda noon lap -hi i -
Mima Lisa Hi,om (f tho Eden R
! Hotel, wttb Mr-. 7.< Ida T'nu
it stalling officer ard Mrs. Esi
| Tyson delivering an Inspiratio:
message I ntertainment win
I orovided bj concert pianist A
I Yaslo, intei national Song St;
Lee Barrj ami comedienne D -
'. Meadows.
Otht r League officers being i
stalled aii- Etta Susswein, exe<
president; R se Hoc
stim, treasurer; Sarah Chester, i
, rding sect etary; Viola V i k
din i secretary, and C
Hecker, financial secretary. P
.oiis wishing to make n s. rvat
should contact Frances Ri -.
haii man of the day. or Ros
! i son.
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Sabbath Services
Abundance of quality food.
On private 55-acre lake
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IMto-iaxitcLin 3L.a,:tee
Cttinio for Ro;
Cvmy> for Olrla
Rated "A" by N.C. Board of Health
Complete Athletic Program
Member American Camping Association
Tuition Fee $715, June 23-August 18
Limited Openings Available
P.O. Box 4450, Normandy Branch
Miami Beach 33141 Phone 866-3045
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HnWHIWr/llll, NORTH CAtOLIMA


Friday, April 30, 1971
-Jenisti noridicur
Page 13B
New Tinted Glass
Said To Abolish
Most Sun-Fading
A Foit Lauderdale company, is
viding ho'.p to homeowners in
tlni their prized tarnish-
<. from fadiru away because of
mli.L'hl.
"- ng i process lorn; available to
romniorciil establishments, Sun
itective Glass Tinting, [nc. has
,'eloped techniques which make
process economical for the
neowner as well .-:; the business-
nd indusl r and are
I I .' llish m 1.1 <\;,;-' .
Mitch Hart and three other
/ engineci I ;':i
A\ distributorship lor the
;,if. nnrl in 1970 estal
F- l. luderdalc office : r Sun-
P:o'i tv I ilass Tinting.
\ n x-Boeing enerii.....i Inn |
im Kenned) Spnce
, .Mr. Hail iisn.l his
kfe engineering experience to
rch out the best product i'i the
pon to core with Florida gun
r : >bl 'ttw after the government
; back an the space program-.
JTheodore Brandwein Will
Receive D. 0. Degree May 19
Theodore S. Brandwein. the son
t Mr. and .Mrs. Joseph Brand-
wein. 1090 NE L63rd St.. North
Miami Bcaeh. will receive his dc-
prr-e from the Kansas City College
of Ostoopathic Medicine May 19.
i- has hrcn announced. Ho will be-
fin serving a rotating internship;
Ft the U.S. Public Health Service
Hosnital on Staten Island. N.Y.,
July 1.
Before beginning his medical
studies. Dr. Brandwein was a prac-
ticing attorney in Kenihvorth, N.J.
graduated from the University
f Vermont and the Rutgers Uni-
ersity School of Law before go-
Ins into the general practice of
L...W
Preparing for departure on a Passover tour of Israel arranged
by Volpo Tours are, from left, Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Wolff,
Mr. and Mrs. David Zeligman, Mr. and Mrs. Elias Tuchman.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rosenfeld, Mr. and Mrs. Zise Shaftal,
M:. and Mis. Kieve Zelcer, Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Guralnik
and Benjamin Volpe, owner of the travel agency.
This Week In History .
Sale HEBREW, RUSSIAN,
SPANISH TYPEWRITERS
Harry Grand Sales, Inc. 448-6536
146 Giraldo Avc, Coral Gables
Avraclive, Cultured Lady
Wishes to meet kind, honorable
widower; object matrimony. Write
ACL, Box 2973, Miami, Flo. 33101.
CANTOR
iMusicol, beautiful tenor voice,
Imaaaificciit dovener, Bar Mitivah
(teacher, seeks position year round
[' High Holidays. Call mornings til
I noon; eves HI midnight. JE 2-1036
r 673-2135.
MRS. IRWIN M. 1/SS
Mrs. Irwin M. Liss
Named To Receive
Israel Bond Award
Mrs. Irwin M. I.iss has been
named to receive the Woman of
Valor Award, the highest award
m hich can conforr< rl upon a
woman by the world-wide Israel
Bond Organization, The award Is
scheduled to be pi i si nted t'> her
at the Bond-with-lsia. I luncheon
in ili" Fontaincbleau Hotel Mon-
day. May 24 the first ever spon-
sored by the Miami Chapter of
Hadassah.
Founder-preside nl of the Miami
Chapter of Hadassah, Mrs. Liss,
who has also served as president
of the Florida Region and is pres-
ently a member of the National
Board, has been a resilient of Dade
County 22 years. For 20 of those
years, she has boon a member of
Hadassah, at otto time serving as
resident of the Mount Scopus
Group.
Mrs. I.iss has held several exec-
utive offices in the American Zi-
onist Council and is currently
s< rving as secretary of the Ameri-
can Zionist Federation of South
Florida.
Mr. and Mrs. I.iss have boon
married 34 years and are the par-
ents of two dauehters ami a son.
to years Ago This Week: 1931
.. re disi
the 186 -i ynago hous-
ing them was damaged bj o
in Druja, !. thuania.
I' ai! I 1 ii
found guilty in Berlin ol
d libel of three .' wish
ifficia] It was ills Ihi'.d
such conviction in less than I
eeks, and he was sentenci d to 10
I j ud fined 1,500 marks. Bui
h" was acquitted of libeling the.
Jewish religion, the Judge ruling
that accusing Jews ol ritual mur-
der was historically sound.
Israel Balaban, head of Congre-
gation Beth Hamedrosh Hagodel
a director of the Union of Ortho-
dox Congregations and father of
the Balaban brothers of Para-
m lunl Pictures, died in Chicago
it the age of 69.
The existing Jewish political or-
ganizations in Rumania formed a
Jewish party.
10 Years Ago This Week: 1961
In the wake of the espionage
charges respected military analyst!
Israel Boer, the Israeli Cabinet
appointed a ministerial committeel
io probe the government's secur-
ity-personnel policies. It consisted
ii Finance Minister Levi Eshkol,
Interior Minister Haim Moshe
Shapiro, Police Minister Behot
Shitreet and Transport Minis! i
Yitzhak Ron-Aharon.
Israel's hi;;h school teachers
ended a 55-day strike.
Pi ret/ Naphtali, Histadrut of-
ficial. Agriculture Minister and
Minister-Without-Portfolio, died in
Tel Aviv at 7?,.
The World Organization of Hun-
garian Jews, meeting in Tel Aviv
urged K'tngary to permit its .lews
to immigrate to Israel.
Former German noli''0 officer
Franz Lechthaler was sentenced to
314. years for aiding in the shoot-
ing of more than 500 Jews ;n
World War II.
ried L'llman, N
and Mrs. L'llman do-
Yeshiva Uni-
fi r .. 10-sto .'. I lllm in Re-
m arch Cent a for Health Scii
Israeli At torm y > ienei al i ii Ii in
Hausnei. cil ing a directive from
l leinrich Himmler
ill : 'leg ams from A l ilph '
mann accused Eichmann of re
sibility lor the execution of Jew-
ish prisoners. The wires, labeled
il Ire itmenl of the Jew -."
I seven prisoners to be
i "in the presenci ol
As formei pris-
d Nazi brutality,
I ilda Meir i
The World Jewish Con.
d at the United X itions th it
Interpol, the international
on, had refused to
down Nazi criminals
A B'nai B'rith shrine to th<
>ictims of the Nazis i
dedicated in the Martyrs' For-i 11
in ih" Judae m Hills.
W'Ll BUILD TO SUIT
FOR RENTAL PURPOSES
by season or year. Excellent loca-
tion, country surroundings, Ft.
Pierce, close to everything. Swim,
ming pool, healthful sulphur water,
club house, 5 min. from property.
JE 2-1036.
pines
% Stand Tall
V% in Florida's
^s Future!
Register Now
SUMMER
ART
CLASSES
June 28 to Sept. 3
ART INSTITUTE
of Miami
7808 NE. 2nd Avc.
754-5688

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IN IN ACCREDITED SCHOOL
DEERBORNE SCHOOL
Founded 1951
ACCREDITED BY THE SOUTHERN
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CREDITS ACCEPTED BY ALL OTHER ACCREDITED
SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES
LIBRARY CAFETERIA
TRANSPORTATION
READING CLINIC
CHAMPIONSHIP FULLY EQUIPPED
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tUSSWM MAT K WTBdUUTU m UMP PtHMM
ELEMENTARY REVIEW OF ALL SUBJECTS
JR. & SR. HIGH SCHOOL ffl
rSUMMER CAMPi
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GRADES 1 thru 12
311 SEVILLA AVL, CORAL GABLES 444-4842
'
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AIR CONDITIONED. SPACIOUS
M'CE SURROUNDINGS
NEAR 22 AVE. COUPLE OR
SINGLE LADY.
443-0942
ORIGINAL OIL PAINTINGS
BEAUTIFULLY FRAMED
D.FFERINT SIZES 4 SUBJECTS
FOR APPOir 7Y.ENT
CALL 651-3992
CULTURED WOMAN
Yishes to shcre lovely new bed-
room npt. in Fl. Lauderdale with
nilar type woman, pri ifcrably
|iith car. Social activities, pools,
Vc. Write W.T.S., Boj 2973 Miami,
la. 33101.
dflR h*
BOYS 9-16
Snortfishing at Marathon in the hear*" of the Keys. Skin and
Iving on the ocean reefs anoV>lats. Sailing and water
)n the blue Atlantic. Add HMflwiing and fish fries,
scuba divi
ski ing or .
allow a little time to just relax utier the calms or fish off
the docks, and you have the scope tr t-e well rounded^water-^
sport program at CAMP HUGO. This.c
who sailed the Atlantic alone fro
six foot APRIL FOOL shown above,
ment where your boy learns the
activities. All meals, air cone
a id unsinkable boats are fi.
up, founded by HUGO VIHlEN
Brica to Florida in the
'fe's a wholesome environ-
Is to excel in watersport
ined roo.-is, r.ew equipment
ACT NOW to register.
..-.: 6Ih mt son *
Wholesome, Fun-filled
Watersport Vacation
WRITE OR'CALL
Chef Mum by, Comp Director
CAMP HUGO, Inc.
Post Office Box 1509
Homestead, Florida. 33030
(305)248-HliGO


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*>Jels*lhr&*r
Friday, April 30
GET THE ACTION! SAVE 40 ON 2
BONUS SPECIAL!
KLEENEX BOUTIQUE
FACIAL BO,*r m
TISSUES
UMIT2BOXES PLEASE WITH OTHER PURC---
OF SIC OR MORE EXCLUDING C'GARETTES
IHUi S
THE ACTION IS OM POULTRY!
JnUS&o' YOUNG GRADE 'A1
USOA
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TURKEY
SEE DRUMSTIX OR WINGS
18 to 22-LB AVERAGE
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29
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PKGS OF$
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CRANBERRY 25
SAUCE 16 -
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mm^^
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SALTINES i
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Chocolate Fudge Bars of
SAVE 16c WHITEHOUSE AlAOZ $1
Whole Spiced Peaches 4 *rs I
TRAPPEY WHOLE l 7 OZ *iOc
Yams with Syrup can 00
69
35c
SOUTHERN FAIR
Long Grain Rice
5 r
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59'
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9 JHr 9 8
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Chicken Broth
IIBBY'S GOLDEN
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IIBBY'S GOLDEN
Whole Kernel Corn
IIBBY'S BLUE LAKE FRENCH STYLE
Green Beans
13;4 0Z QIC
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21'
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BROCCOLI
FlA.-GA >- ': a FRESH
Fryer Breasts mam
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Fryer Legs & Drumsticks 59c
Fryer Thighs 59c
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Chicken Combinations 59
TOP US CHOICE WESTERN
CHUCK
STEAK
LB
69
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TENDER
CALIFORNIA
BUNCH
39
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FRESh
T.aR^En FRESm LONG 3R-n
California Asparagus
CRISP
Pascal Celery
39'
rop ^ ho .-
London Broil
ro* ho -: western
California Roast
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roj s ^.HOivj '..;b:tR-v.
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Boneless Chuck Steaks
Lfi
99'
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LAKES
89
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LB.
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CHUB
MIDGET
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Swiss Part a it Yogurt
DELICIOUS
Flo-Sun Orange Juice
PERFECT FOR DIPS
Master's Sour Cream
SAVE 9c KRAFT'S PHILADELPHIA
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LOW FAT
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58-OZ $-1
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Sweet Munchee Cheese
FRESHLY SMOKED
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NEW YORK STYLE
Pastrami
HALF
LB
. Li
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98'
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Creamed Herring *i 59*
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? OO ) FAIR O* 3 3R0EN S COLORED
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79'
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OF S v .IN .
BOTTLE
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69*
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Apple Strudel 59
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HAIR CONDITIONER
PALM BEACH
BALSAM
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Jewish IHloridiaii
Miami, Florida Friday, April 30. 1971
section O
Israel At 23______The New And The Old
Bustling, modern Tel Aviv is shown in the background as the ancient port
of Jaffa, foreground, presents a divergence in styles between the now
merged city of Tel Aviv-Jaffa, largest in the State of Israel. As the nation
celebrates its 23rd anniversary of independence today, the small spue of
the Jaffa Minarette stands out in sharp contrast to the sguansh, contem-
porary Shalom Tower which dominates Tel Aviv, one of the youngest
municipalities in the world. Jaffa, one of the oldest cities in recorded his-
tory, has maintained its ancient character while undergoing extensive
face lifting. First mentioned in the Bible in connection with Jonah, Jaffa
also is cited in reference to King Solomon's construction of the temple
in Jerusalem. It was to Jaffa that Solomon imported the cedars of Lebanon
before shipping them overland to the heights of the Israeli capital. Today,
Tel Aviv and Jaffa are key tourist attractions, with both visitors and Israelis
taking advantage of the night life and art galleries of the narrow streets
and wide parks of Jaffa.


Page 2-C
>Je*lstfk>ridlar>
Friday, April 30, i
UJA, ISRAEL BONDS WRNISH FUNDS
Housing Shortage Still A Problem
The 1.300.000 immigrants who
have arrived in Israel since 1948
cunfronteduthe country with an
enormotfiflask of providing ade-
quate housing. Housing continues
t i lx one of the most critical pro-
blems in Israel.
The housing needs of today-a
fourth of Israel's Jewish families
live in slum conditions-are the
heritage of the terribly inadequate
housing programs for early immi-
gi mts.
From 1948-67. 225.000 perman-
ent housing units were construct-
ed in the cities and development
towns, some .',5,000 families were
provided with homes in agricultur-
al settlements, and 60.000 families
found dwellings in existing houses
and subsequently improved them
as needed. These projects were
built by government. United Jew-
ish Appeal and Israel Bonds funds.
In the early years, shelter had !
to be given in huge tent camps and j
a variety of makeshift huts. In
' 1949 there were over 100,000 im- j
migrants in these "lent cities." In
1950 began the period of the!
ma'abarot. temporary, makeshift .
housing. These consisted of canvas
tin and wooden structures, and
were admitted eyesores.
Nevertheless, located in sreas
where permanent housing pro-
jects were planned near sources
of employment, urban and agri-
cultural, the ma'abarot proved
an effective means of dispersing
the immiurants throughout the
country and starting them on
the road to self-support and a
feeline of peSHBBJMSMM and secu-
rity in Israel.
In 1962 the ma'abarot popula-
tion reached a peak of 245.000. The
gradual transfer of the residents
to permanent dwellings took al-
| most a decade.
Early immigrant housing units
were small 450 to 40 square f" I
for eat h dwelling. Later, attention
was focused on unproved stand-
aids of housing, on aparln
with up to 1,200 square feel and
more amenities than could be pro-
vided to earlk r ttlers.
Moot recently, shortages of
funds and to some extent, ol
labor, have compelled s reduc-
tion iii average space to some-
thing between *">o to !.">o square
feet In present construction und-
er public auspices.
' Today, the critical inadequanc-
ios ol hi ising mean large-scali
slum clearance programs-, and pro-
jects '" Improve existing dwellings
must be accelerated to meet the
. ol current immigration and
hOUSing for young couples. Because
there is no let-up in immigration.
housing for new immigrants cets
: top priority.
The expansion of Israel's textile industry and export of the
finished product has been promoted through use of funds
obtained by the sale of Israel Bonds.
In terms ol InsJty, .
of families-' < r 2TiO,o6o-:.
ditions of two or more p
room. Of th. s< some 6i
lies are living three or
room.
Housing is undoubted!-,
ber one social problem
and l>oth th" Israel y
Fund and Israel Bond:
funds for -on.
HI ci
I
I
RYDER
SYSTEMS, INC.
JL StU Of 3.rmJ
On Sh
23rJ Jyrtltch*
Congratulations

ANNIVERSARY YEAR
i


Friday, April 30, 1971
* Un /*>t nrr Hicir
Page 3-C

-..,! I,, .-.il
BEST WISHES
on the occasion of,
One of Iht Nation's Oldest ano Largest
Dade Federal Savings)
Sv ANO LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI yC^
-OSEPM M UPTCN. Chairman
9 CONVENIENT OFFICES SERVE DADE COUNTY
Main Office
101 East Flagler Street
Sky Lake Branch
18300 N.E. 19th Ave.
Allapattah Branch
1400 N.W. 36th St.
Tamiami Branch
1901 S.W. 8th St.
Edison Center Branch
5800 N.W. 7th Ave.
North Miami Branch
12600 N.W. 7th Ave.
Kendall Branch
U.S. 1 at S.W. 104th St.
Cutler Ridge Branch
10808 Caribbean Blvd.
Miami Lakes Branch
13V57 N.W. 67th Ave.


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-JmlslinrridRan
Friday. April 30, 1971
PROCLAMATION
*!.i:r o( ilonOa
Cxccutitit Dtpartment
lall.ilussrt
redoubtable bravery, courage and indepen-
dence- of lh people is an example admired by -.he people or
rid, a:id
WHERBAS, through thousands of years of ordeal and travail,
the Jewish peopl.- :>ave remained steadfast in their dedication to the
virtues cited .bov., and
WHEREAS, despite hardships and great difficulties, they
IV* prevailed, and
WHEREAS, in addition to their great qualities of courage
and endurance, the Jewish people have contributed greatly to tne
cultural, scie i commercial life and government o. t->o
United States,
WHEREAS, said great contributions u Leant]
phasized in th ..of the Republic -..her. a number o; ireedom
loving ? I I le fought hard on behalf o-: American Inoependence,
a:id
teal and dedication Of the Jewish people :or
endence reached its enith with the astabliah
e and high spirit of deoication
continual in that -a:..... pite overwhelming oada, and
Zionist n, ali Zionist
pi, and others wi] i the twenty-third anniversary of
the ....'.;.'-:..-:. on April 29-30, 1971;
RE, I, Reubin O'D. Askew, by virtue of the
rnor of the State of Florida, do
by proclaim April 30, 1971, as
ISRAEL INDEPESOESCE DAY
'-.Ida, In tribute to the contribution the State of Israel, its
advocates around the world have to tne universal
cause oi liberty and independence.
IN MITNBSS WHEREOF, I
hereunto set my hand and
caused the Great Seal of
the State of Florida to
be affixed at Tallahassee,
the Capital, this f* day
SHALOM
c<2^il|toa
of //,./ ____in the year
of our Lord nineteen nundred
and seventy-one.
ATTEST*
jMAJi
Be i&#mm
JZ.
V .
SECRBTAKV OF STATE
Shalom
Isaac Fryd
FRYD CONSTRUCTION
523 MICHIGAN AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
Phone 673-2948
has year-round appeal
Like boats out of the past, with long narrow
prows arching upward, the Nazare fishing
fleet is painted brilliant blues, reds, and
greens. Each morning the hardy fishermen
sail off to seek their livelihood. When the
boats return at evening, they are hauled
onto the shore by teams of oxen which
have spent the day dozing on the beach.
27-day round trip, with 7-day stopover at
Lisbon, and stops at colorful ports including
Canary Islands, Madeira Island,Venezuela, and
Netherlands Antilles. Monthly sailings. First
Class and Cabin rates .This 21,750-ton Portu-
guese flagship is completely air-conditioned.
Sail round trip to Portugal and Spain on the
VvSANTA MARIA
BILL USSERY
MOTORS, INC.
297 Almeria, Coral Gables
Phone 445-8593
of <^fsrael s
&
Safety Information! The Santa Maria, register- i
in Portugal,substantially meets international safer.
standards for new ships developed in I960, and
meets the 1966 Fire Safety requirement*.
See Your Travel Agent or Contact
SHAW COMPANY
A tuition of Lnckinktck Stiamship Compny
' *u *,. GENERAL AGENTS FOR NORTH AMERICA
^ The Shaw Maritime Building, 501 N.E. 1 st Avenue, Miami, Florida 33132
Phone (305) 371 -4581

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Fridoy. April 30, 1971
* *w#.f> fhrMian
Page 5-C
1971 ISRAELS 23rd
ANNIVERSARY YEAR
SHALOM
to the state of
ISR^L
on their 23 years
of remarkable growth
DINE
WtyWV
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RAIN, TRAVEL TURN ISRAEL GREEN
Friday. April 30, 1971
Tourism Up 15% Over 1970;
New Roads Delight Visitors
By JACOB GOREX
Director of the Atlanta, Israi (iovcrnment Tourism Office
I, s spring in Israel, and you
car walk through the lush fields
ot Galilee or hike along the frail
gn lines thai wind through the
dry wadl beds of the Negev. By
Ian May. the green will start to
(ad< as Israel's rain-free summ rr
makes itself felt.
There has never been such a stir
ol Interest in Israel travel as we
art having now. All the way from
tra\-.i agents hire in the United
States to hotils in Israel, the in-
terest is being felt and unoccupied
hott rooms are rapidly disappear-
ing.
le who wait too long before
booking for late spring or summer
travel are going to be disappointed
in spite of the heavy rate of con-
struction in the hotel industry that
ha> been sponsored by the Israel
Win:;try of Tourism. (There are
3.0O" rooms now under construc-
tion and an additional 3.000 in
tht tanning stage, i
The whole background of the
dedication of the Israel tourists
is one that perpleves people un-
familiar with our market. And
I must admit it even perplexes
sum** of those familiar with Is-
rael tourism. The fact of the
matter is that despite the m"){a-
tive publicity, more than 170.000
Americans visited Israel last
y*ar and we anticipate more
than 200.000 will do so this year.
Th> first three months of 1971
found tourism up by more than
15'-, over 1970.
The big news in Israel concerns j
Foadc and transportation. The new
roac between Kilat and Sharm el-1
Sheikh is one cf the most spectac-
ular stretches of highway to be ,
founa anywhere in the world. On :
one tide is the deep blue of the I
Rec Seat and a shore line with 240 I
kiloTvters of coral; on the other |
Sidt granite and sandstone moun-
tains rise steeply in alternating
line*. Months before the road was
completed, the Figged Bus Com-
pany was running a bus service
alone the road.
The nattering of the politi-
cians nn-OM to be a million miles
away from Sharm el-Sheikh,
where Ben-Zion Spec-tor. a Haifa
businessman, and some Ameri-
can investors have built the
Caravan Desert Innwhich has
t lc seen to be believed. The
dining room is, in fact, a balloon
built by fie Krupp Company of
Germany (it is kept standing by
pumping it full of air) and a
nightclub with psychedelic light-
ing.
Bedouins leave theii encamp-
ments I very day to come to the
resort here they are employed as
waiters. The inn also boasts fully
equipped snorkeling facilities and
motor launches to reach the best
of the coral beds. Its French divers
delight in playing tag with the I
sharks in an atmosphere as unreal
as it is beautiful.
Another road that will soon be
radically affecting the trend of
Israel tourism is the one that links
the Spring of Ein Gedi with the
Spring of Ein Fescha. These two
fresh water springs are on the
shore of the Dead Sea and the
road that connects them will al-
low tourists to reach Masada and
Sodom by way of Jericho.
For years, the climb to the
top of Mount .Masada has been
too difficult and has prevented
many tourists from visiting that
spot. The road makes the new
cable car on the western shore
of the Dead Sea just east of the
mountain accessible to everyone.
The arrival of nearly half a mil-
lion carefree visitors with their
ubiquitous cameras and vacation
wear in a country ostensibly at war
last year was one of the most re-
markable phenomenon ever wit-
nessed in international tourism.
To their universal surprise, the
visitors encountered an atmos-
phere of calm and personal secur-
ity that generally surpassed any
they knew in their home cities. In
Jerusalem or Tel Aviv, they found,
a woman can walk alone down a
dark street at night without fear
at the sound of approaching foot-
steps.
This, however, they discover
after they arrive. What attracts
them Is an ancient landscape in
which most men can trace their
spiritual ancestry, and a dynamic
modern society alive with pur-
pose.
The landscape outside the major
urban areas has maintained, to a
surprising extent, its pristine bib-
lical beauty. From the coastal
plain, the Judean Mountains form
a misty blue-green line on the
horizon and one can well imagine
the Philistines looking up at that
mountain fastness where the He-
brews dwelt. From the center of
Jerusalem, one can see the gaunt
hills of the Judean wilderness
where David fled from Saul fall-
ing auay eastwards to the Dead
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In places such as the drained
swamps of the Upper Galilee with
lush rectangular fields and silvery
fish ponds reflecting snow-capped
Mount Hermon, the view has ac-
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_________Friday, April 30. 1971
received the Ton Commandments.
A new road alone the const to
Sharm el-Sheikh o|iens up spec-
tacular views that have until now
been known only by Bedouins and
a handful of adventurer*.
The platform party and a section of the audience at the
cornerstone laying ceremony of the Ivy Judah School of En-
gineering in the University of the Negev, which will serve
Jews and Arabs.
A it *
University Of Negev
Stresses Engineering
Beorshcba. of Patriarch Abra-
I .m fame, is one of the world's
I dest cities, but it was not until
I'ter the Israel War of Liberation
1948 that it became a town of
sizable dimensions.
Beorshcba had boon chiefly a
douin market place in the des-
t.. In the course of 22 years
ider Jewish government, how-
\er. it has grown by leaps and
bounds, and already it boasts an
stitution of higher learning- the
I Diversity of the Negev.
Mrs. Ivy Judah of London re-
cently transferred the Ivy Judah
> hilanthropic Trust Fund to Israel
1 >r the furtherance of cultural and
lucatioral work in the country. ]
? i recognition of her outstanding
apport of cultural enterprises in
] -raci; the university's engineering
i-epartmcnt will be known as the
1 -y Judah School of Engineering.
A largo number of public fig-
Its attended the recent corner-
lone laying ceremony. Mrs. Judah
as represented by Hyam Morri-
on of London, a Trustee of the
} und. and Britain's Ambassador
John Barnes. Dr. Israel Goldstein.
Vorld chairman of the Keren
Hayesod. served as chairman; Fi-
ance Minister Pinhas Sapir (le-
veled the address.
The Negev University now
serves the southern part of the
country, which has been settled
mainly h.v new immigrants, and
the Ivy Judah School <>f Engi-
neering will play an important
role on the new luiiversity cam-
pus, whieh is being erected at a
cost of more than $70 million.
The first structure of the Ivy
Judah School of Engineering,
which will provide some 12.000
meters of floor space, will include
classrooms, research laboratories,
an auditorium and offices, as well
as a special wing for electronic
computers.
While the University of the Ne-
gev will cater principally to the
educational needs of the inhabi- i
tants of the region, the engineer-;
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students from all parts of the
country. Many of these will re-
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50.000 EXPECTED THIS YEAR
Immigration Major Factor
In Steady Israel Growth
From the point of view of popu-
lation, Immigration has been the
najor factor in the growth of the
State of Israel. In the 30 years of
the British Mandate, 4*0.000 Jew-
ish immigrants entered Palestine,
en May. IT). 1948, the Jewish
population of Israel was U4.ooo.
Shortly after inJependence, the
i ass Immigration ixgan.
S nee then, more than l ,''>to
Jews have immigrated to Israel.
rh- rate varied enormously, from
Ihi high oi 239,576 in 1949, to a
ow of 11,326 in ivc>.{. Outright
icrsccution and less overt disci i-
nination, sudden changes in emi-
gration policies have contributed
to tli" unpredictable character ot
immigration to Israel.
To net some idea of the over-
rill ni.mmtude of imii'it:nit ion to
Israel since I!)I8. Imagine that
in the next two decades the
I .Hied Siiiti". would reeeive
more than Hill million inillli-
i; rants.
In 1971 Israel's doors will open
in estimated 50.000 immigrants-
at least two-thirds of them from
situations of distress.
Immigration has been an ex-
clusive financial responsibility of
the Jewish Agency, and has al-
ways taken precedence over all
other Agency operations. Its major
characteristic lias been its unpre-
dictability.
Costs, therefore, have always
been very high. There has never i
been any question of holding up
the rescue of Jews for the burg-
etary reasons, for an Immigration
opportunity missed might n< vcr
i eciir.
The vast migration movement,
especially in the earlier years of
tin smte. changi d the d< moj
ic map oi world Jewry, First to be
brought to Israel were the Jews
in the DP camps of Europe and
Shankhai. Then followed the al-
most complete evacuation ol the
Jews of Libya, Bulgaria, Yugos-
lavia, Yemen and Iraq.
In North Africa and Eastern
Europe the process oi evacuation
has not yet been completed, but
it is already substantial. Large ,
proportions of the Jewish com-
munities in Iran and Turkey have
l i n moved to Israel.
Only tiny remnants of the Jew-
ish communities of Egypt and
Algeria exist: half of the former
and some ten per cent of the latter
came to Israel, and of those who
went to France, many are now bo-
pinning to come to Israel.
More than half the Jewish
population of Israel todav is ol
Asian-African origin, in contrast
to pie state Palestine when the
relatively small yishuv was pre-
dominantly Kui'0|ii'.iii.
Since the Six-Day War the pro-
portion of western immigrants is
much higher, running almost two
to one when compared with Jews
from Asia and Africa.
There are just over ,'tOO.OOO Jews
lift iii Asia and Africa. Eliminat-
: i South Africa, this leaves some
100,000 Jews on these continents.
The largest concentrations are;
Iran-80.000; Morocco-50.000; Turk-
)0; India-15.000; Tunisia-
'.O.nOO. To these must be added a
substantial portion ol France's
535,000 Jews, the portion 'hat
comes from .North Africa (mostly
Algi i i.i i,
Outside of Asia and Africa, not
including the estimated 3 million
Jiws of the Soviet Union, there
are some 1,500,000 Jews in Europe,
s me S'lO.OOO in Latin America.
approximately 190.000 in South
Africa. Australia and New Zea-
land and some (\000.000 in the
United States and Canada.
Looking at these population
croups, it is clear that immigra-
tion to Israel will now he pre-
dominate western. Looking at
the figures from the point of
view of situations of distress
(persecution, discrimination, eco-
nomic pressure, unrest), there
an- from (.00.000 to 1,000.000
.lews who are a prime concern
of the Jewish Agency in terms
ol rescue immigration.
There is. of course, continued
concern about immigration from
Castern Europe. The future ol this
immigration is an important fac-
i tor in Jewish Agency planning.
During 1971. immigration is
expected to 1m- 50,000. i in the basis
of the known factors these figures
represent a minimum anual rate
for the next several years, with
lire; to come from distress
tions.
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Dead Sea Area Attracts Hotels
At the Dead Sea, lowest sp I
on the face of the earth, (1292 f- |
I below sea level I the visitor c
take therapeutic mud and sulph r
baths or float high in the den--
sail sea. Luxury hotels have bej," a
to go up along its coast and.'on ,i
rainy winter day in Jerusalem, o
can drive in half an hour to t
liopical coast of the*Dead Sea
One of the most exciting aspects
ol travel in the country is t
glimpses one obtains of a nati
in the process of being cr< atcd
farm settlements going up in t
desert, new towns springing up
barren plains, great universit ~
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Friday. April 30.. 1971
450,000 Israeli Arabs
Form Unique Minority
By ori "Tjnyarii
Deputy Advisory on Arab Affairs,
Prime Minister's Office
Israel in 1971 has an Arab popu-
lation of 450,000, approximately 14
percent of the total population. The
community has been in the midst
of continuous radical changes ever
since the creation of the state 23
years ago. These changes loom im-
portant against the background
of the political factors influencing
the entire Middle East.
Israeli Arabs are a unique na-
tional minority. Within Israel they
are a minority but at the same
time they see themselves as an in-
separable part of the Arab people
in the Middle East, with whom
they identify nationally and cul-
turally, having a common lan-
guage and religion. There is a geo-
graphic proximity between Israeli
Arabs and their brethren in the
Arab countries.
The armistice agreement sign-
ed between Israel and Jordan in
1949 created a twisted border-
line between the two countries,
and in many cases Arab villages
were divided in the middle.
This proximity greatly lessened
the reality of the political border.
On the map it consisted of a green
line but it was marked by a few
white stones, barbed wires or a
"Stop! Border" sign. Within a
few years the signs would fall an the letters washed away by the
elements. In the divided village
of Bartaa they used the border t I
hang their wash on.
This border, so artificial, wa- it
times crossed unintentionally. In
19f>4 two Jordanian education of-
ficials from Jenin conducted an
inspection of schools in the dis-
trict. While on their tour, they
crossed the green line and entered
unknowingly the Israeli village of
Mukeibela. They introduced them-
selves to the school principal as
jBSna'toxs of the liioisU'y Edu-
cation, not stressing their Jor-
danian origin. They were invited to
the principal's room, inspected sev-
eral classes and expressed their
satisfaction with the existing edu-
cational standards. Only half an
hour later did they realize that
they were not on Jordanian soil
and retreated hurriedly to their
car. Their host recognized their
identity when he saw the car's
license plates.
This unique reality caused a
feeling of blurred borders in the
Israeli Arabs' consciousness. This
blurring was enhanced by modern
communication, especially radio
and TV which decreased geograph-
ical distances, erasing political
boundaries and creating a very
real contact between Arab citizens
of Israel and the propaganda ma-
chine of the neighboring Arab
countries: thus Nazareth became
closer to Cairo.
Still, during the 22 years or
Israel's existence the significance
of the 'liorder awareness" was
strengthened and Israel devel-
oped a separate Arab Society,
different from the population of
the bordering countries, hoth in
character and attitude toward
Israel.
Israeli Arabs did not crystallize
as a community antagonistic to
Israel and, except for an extremely
small faction, most Israeli Arabs
integrated into the state. Gradual
and slow in it> first years, this in-
tegration quickened in the last
decade. It was a very complex
process, replete wi.h inner con-
tradictions and emotional stress,
but its development was neverthe-
less real. The Israeli Arab learned
to know the state as it is with all
its lights and shadows.
For them it is not an 'Image
state.' vague and rootless as
Arab propaganda would picture
it. They see the state in its eco-
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There are still complaints about
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;00,000 At Schools, Universities
s Israel Education System Grows
Education is the indispensable
ktrument for welding nalivc-
kl [sraelia and immigrants Into
single people. In spite of the
i.,' bunion of immigration, . (' development, a complete
(ucational system has horn built
from kindergarten to univer-
,-. Then- arc approximately
to.no.) pupils and students in >(!-
[ational Institutions in Israel
fring 1971.
uy education in Israel is
, and compulsary between the
s of r> and 14 and is financed
i In' State. Young people bo-
i n the asjes of 14 and 18 who
liw not completi d schooling have
ittend spai ial classes. Under a
(|i;;' law, compulsory education is
. Ktendi d through grades 9
i io i ver i '' xl six yi ars.
[963 led la ely by the
Edui itii n i- ind of the
: Jewish A| pi al, the Jewish
l,a b. able to promote
ii struetion '! compn h ru h
. hoots i ombincd academic
. itional compli x irtlcul-
development areas).
In addition, it bus constructed
iiiimcroai vocational sr-hoob ser-
vinR ti tr.iin Iiniuiuraiits for
job* in IsraeTa toolmologlcallj
orlrnti ii > elety.
larship aid is a major part
Jew -.i Agency's function
education. It provides more
than l'-'O.OOO children in second-
ary schools with full or partial
(scholarships. The Jewish Agency
. also active in promoting the
construction of specialized schools
for the handicapiH'd and extra
lasses iU all levels of instruction
as part of the national effort to
I bridge the educational gap."
The .Jrwifih Aeency also sup-
ports a artwork of pre-kinder-
Knrtan classes throuRhout Israel,
is.-r\uiu some 56,000 children.
The Greater .Miami Jewish
| Federation* 1971 CJA-IKK I puicu wij))Mirt.s many Jewish
|AKeoo activities.
What Israel larks in quantity
must make up in quality, and
i' of the most important factors
her progress Ls the extent to
vhirh she can train a pool of uni-
L'crsity-ducatpd specialists. To
kurvivr in tiiis complex technologi-
cal age Israel must utilize to the
jlli-st capacity her most im|K>r-
mt natural resouroa-people.
This year, the Jewish Agency
will have to provide nearly 100';
ol the cost of higher education on
seven university campuses tin
Israel. i
Many problems remain.
Thousands of culturally dis-
advantage immij;rants must be
i ducated for .jobs in Israel. With-
out them, precious manpower and
potential skills will be lost.
Illiteracy is a major problem.
There are nearlv 2M.000 Israelis
over the ago of 14 who have had
no formal training, ir
This year, the Jewish Agency
v. ill spj nd more than $133 niillion
in education and higher learning.
Despite the unprecedented growth
.if total enrollment in the past 22
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'This sailing launches the heavy
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There will be other groups going
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both in such complete I ixury,
. i \ illagc Spires is one
i : them,
Sin c .'.'. c read this far,
you know a 1< t about as,
Pind out more.
W'c did too. That's why the
Village Spires is being built on. 5* imming pool.
a quiet, white sand beach If you're a beachcomber afc
away from all the noise and heart, but you still like to
congestion. Since Village
Spires, the zoning regulations
have been changed to say
there, can be no more high-
rises on the beach. That's just
line with us.


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Ullage Spires
A SEA-ESCAPE CONDOMINIUM
PIRECTLY ON THE OCEAN
3554 Ocean Drive
Vcro Beach, Jflorida S-^O
Phone 505) 567-5515
Another outstanding achfefement of
Continental Crcairvrs ami developers ol the
fanio"Aj 1'uuJi Yilks ia X'alni Euclu
The only lonely
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past and brilliant "now" future!
You must come and visit this "friendliest of all countries" which so many different
Cultures call homeland. .and see the full splendor of the ages firsthand. And when
you make your decision to come. .do it in the company of folks who know and
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ZTI (Zenith Tours International) is the one dedicated travel organization who knows
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to bring you all the best of this great, unfolding adventure-land.
Now individuals can
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travel industry to give you the most value for your money when
you come to Israel. ZTI maintains its own company offices in
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