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

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"(Jewish Floxddian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
ie 45 Number 1
Miami, Florida Friday, January 7, 1972
Two Sections Price 20 c
News Briefs
kbinsky Elected To Succeed Fisher
I NEW YORK (JTA) Melvin Dubinsky of St. Louis, Mo., has
elected to succeed Max Fisher of Detroit, Mich., as chairman
tie United Israel Appeal. Dr. Emanuel Neumann of New York
^ Louis Stern of South Orange, N.J., were elected vice chairmen,
D. Wei'er of New York was named treasurer and Mrs. Char-
Jacobson of New York cotreasurer, and Morris Levinson of
York secretary.
,000 Arrived In Israel In 1971
[JERUSALEM (JTA) The Central Bureau of Statistics has
rted that 42,000 persons arrived in Israel during 1971 as imrai-
Jts or potential settlers compared to 36,800 in 1970. The category
stential immigrants was defined as persons from Western
^tries who arrived on tourist or temporary residents' visas and
not yet changed their status.
>ks By Jewish Authors Banned
I LONDON (JTA) Eleven Jews and one Czech "suspected'
kaving Jewish ancestry are included on a list of 74 Czech and
pak authors whose books have been banned in the Czechoslovak
ublic. Listy, the organ of the Czechoslovak Communist Party,
fished the names of five Jewish writers and 13 others who are
in exile whose books may not be published in Czechoslo-
or imported into the country. Another Jewish author who is
jmably living in Czechoslovakia has been banned by the Com-
ist Party for alleged "organized resistance to the regime."
lial, Ethnic Criteria Protested
JEW YORK (JTA) The Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
has protested the listing of what it termed, "racial and
\c criteria" by the New York City Department of Health in a
^t recruitment notice and asked that "any and all such dis-
natory notices" be rescinded. Stressing the agency's historic
of support for minority hiring, the League said it objects to
epartment's notice because such listings inevitably result in
r.e discrimination." The recent announcement by Dr. Mary
Jghlin, city commissioner of health, stated that the depart-
! is "particularly anxious to get qualified black or Puerto
staff for "top management positions" such as chief Epidemi-
t. Public Health Director (chronic disease control), Public
Bi Director (infectious disease control), Public Health Director
Jtion), Public Health Director (research and development).
Flu Epidemic In Israel
SRUSALEM (JTA) An epidemic of Asian flu has emptied
[Jerusalem classrooms and is forcing business establishments
iblic institutions to operate with reduced manpower. Absen-
in schools averaged 30% Monday. The Health Ministry said
js isolated so far is the same Asian flu that spread world
everal years ago. But it was not sure whether all cases here
^ed from the same virus.
lets Contain Death Threats
ERUSALEM (JTA) Threats to murder prominent Arabs of
Jerusalem and the West Bank for "treason" arrived Sunday in
Bail of several news agencies. The leaflets, signed by the
Hr Front for the Liberation of Palestine, singled out for death
H Nuseibeh, former deputy minister of Jordan, and Hikmat el
p, former speaker of Jordan's parliament. The treason referred
alleged collaboration with King Hussein.

.
U. S. Won 9t Permit Arms
Balance To Be Shifted
WASHINGTON (JTA)
President Nixon has reaffirmed
that the United States has
made a commitment in princi-
ple not to permit the military
balance in the Middle East to
shift to the disadvantage of Is-
rael but he declined to specify
whether or not that principle
is being implemented.
Mr. Nixon appeared on a live
CBS television interview, "A
Conversation With President
Nixon," conducted by Dan
Rather, White House correspon-
dent for CBS News, which
ranged over a wide spectrum of
national and international af-
fairs.
Asked whether it was true
that the U.S. has agreed In prin-
cipal to sell additional Phantom
Jets to Israel according to re-
ports circulating this weekend,
Mr. Nixon replied:
"We have made a decision of
implementing a decision that I
have long announced: that we
will not allow the military bal-
ance in the Middle East to be
shifted. Now, the Soviet Union
has been sending in very sig-
nificant arms shipments to the
UAR. In view of these ship-
ments, as that continues to es-
calate, we have had to consider
the requests of Israel for planes
in order to see that the balance
does not shift. We have made a
commitment in principle. As far
as implementing that principle,
however, this is not, of course,
the time to go into it."
During the hour-long inter-
view, Mr. Nixon also indicated
that in his meeting with Soviet
leaders in May, the Middle East
will be one of the topics for
discussion.
(In Jerusalem, Foreign Minis-
try officials said Monday that
Nixon's views on the delivery
of Phantom Jets to Israel re-
flected the President's views "as
they had been known to Israel."
The officials declined to say
whether Nixon's views on the
subject became known during
Premier Golda Meir's visit to
Washington in November or
were known here before her
visit.)
State Department spokesman
Charles Bray, asked by news-
men whether the United States
had indications that Israel is
prepared to make political or
territorial concessions ''now
that they have been assured of
continued Phantom deliveries."
replied to the second part of
the question by referring re-
porters to Nixon's television re-
marks and offered a "no com-
ment" to the first part of the
question but warned against
speculation along those lines.
Lebanon Cracking
Down on Terrorists
JERUSALEM (JTA) Pre-
mier Saeb Salam of Lebanon
has announced a new crackdown
on terrorists by Lebanese au-
thorities. He said his govern-
ment would no longer tolerate
challenges to the country's law
and sovereignty.
Salam spoke after two police-
men gunned down a terrorist
during a clash in a Beirut sub-
urb Friday night. The dead man
was identified as a member of
the Syrian-backed Al Saiqa, a
guerrilla organization loosely
linked to El Fatah.
According to some sources,
the shooting incident may
prompt Lebanon to follow the
example of Jordan and bar ter-
rorists from populated areas.
Ten terrorists were reportedly
arrested in a clash that devel-
oped when several of them at-
tacked a suburban police sta-
tion to free a comrade who had
been disarmed and detained ear-
lier for firing into the air to
mark the new year.
Moscow Feared Likely
To Stage Incidents'
IF Leader Accuses Revisionists
LONDON (JTA) A dra-
matic demonstration of the tin-
derbox nature of the Middle
East situation may be staged
by the Kremlin to induce Presi-
dent Nixon to exert more pres-
sure on Israel for concessions
when he visits Moscow for a
summit conference next May.
Fears are growing In Lon-
don and Washington that with
Moscow's connivance, Egypt will
stage shooting incidents along
the Suez Canal at about that
time to which the Israelis are
certain to respond in kind, ac-
cording to Chapman Pincher,
writing in the Daily Express
Monday.
Mr. Pincher said that British
and U.S. intelligence chiefs are
concerned over the speed with
which the Russians are build-
ing a new military airfield for
the sole use of their air force
near the Aswan High Dam. They
are convinced thai' It is scheduled
to be ready for full operation by
the time Mr. Nixon goes to Mos-
cow, and that its purpose is to
protect the dam from Israeli re-
taliatory strikes.
The Russians are taking spe-
cial precautions to guard the
Aswan Dam in the event that
local shooting Incidents along
the Suez Canal escalate into
all-out fighting. Israeli Phan-
tom jets have the range to
reach the dam and Israeli sci-
entists are believed to have de-
veloped special weapons to
breach it. That would cause dis-
astrous floods in Egypt.
The Israelis are not likely to
risk hitting the dam unless the
Egyptians strike at Israeli civil-
ian centers, such as an air raid
on Tel Aviv, according to Pin-
cher. The delicate nature of the
situation plays into the Krem-
lin's hands. They will be able
to convince Mr. Nixon of the
importance of a speedy settle-
ment in order to prevent a
serious new war and to secure
other East-West benefits.
>f Violating Zionist Discipline Ri8a Jew Serves 10 Dar
W YORK (JTA) Rabbi
Miller, president of the
lean Zionist Federation,
Accused the United Zionists-
Zionists of America of vio-
''Zionist discipline" and
[decisions of the Congress
anal in Jerusalem.
charge was contained In
1)1 Miller's response to the
sionists' announcement last
that they would boycott
[election of delegates to the
World Zionist Congress.
elections are currently
^g conducted by mail ballot.
Congress Ls scheduled to
in Jerusalem Jan. 17.
ibbi Miller declared that
"Every organization retains the
right to appeal to the Tribunal
again on the issues raised by
the Revisionists or on any other
issue, but the first obligation of
every group was to participate
in the election itself. This the
Revisionists failed to do."
The Revisionists said they
would not participate in the
voting l>ecaiise the AZF alleged-
ly was circumventing rulings by
the Congress Tribunal over the
distribution of 45% of the
American seats and was not al-
lowing full inspection of mem-
l>er>l'.ip lists by nil Zionist or-
ganizations.
Rabbi Miller, refuting this
contention, declared that "Noth-
ing in the rules adopted by the
American Zionist Federation
election committee has prevent-
ed any organization or slate
from challenging names on the
voters' list. On the contrary, a
number of parties have inspect-
ed the lists at the offices of the
American Arbitration Associa-
tion which is administering the
elections on behalf of the AZF."
The Revisionists had charged
that the AZF was making "a
mockery of such inspection by
denying the right to copy the
address of any member."
Sentence For Hooliganism
LONDON (JTA) A Riga
Jew named Boris Lansky is ex-
pected to be released from jail
this week after serving a 10
day sentence for "hooliganism"
in connection with a demon-
stration by 22 Riga Jews out-
side the high court of the Lat-
vian Soviet Republic Doc. 25.
The demonstrators were dra-
matizing their solidarity with
Jewish political prisoners on
the first anniversary of the
Leningrad hijack trial. The dem-
onstration was peaceful. The
participants arrived at noon and
said they would remain until
5 p.m. when the court adjourned.
According to o report released
by Jewish sources in the Soviet
Union, a detachment of police
arrived at court shortly after
noon and arrested all 22
onstrators. They were deta
f ir eight hours at the police
station and were then releasi I
without explanation, except t t
Lansky, who was subsequently
sentenced.


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Friday, January 7, 1973
t
Theodore Comet To Address ,
Be Guest speaker
Young Leadership Cabinet
Theodore Comet, Consultant on
> iverseas ServIrtW for the Council
oi Jewish Federations anil Wei-'
fare Funds, will be the special
guesl Bpeaker at the Wednesday,
January 12, meeting <>f the Young
Leadership Cabinet of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation.
The meeting, the fourth in a
series <>i eight sessions, will l>e
geared t" "The Struggle of Israeli
and Soviet Jewry and the Ameri-
can Jew's Responsibility to Rus-
sian Jewry and Israel."
In his work at the CJFWF, Mr.
Comet is involved in the planning
oi ways to meet the needs of Is-
rael and of Jewish communities
throughout the world. He deliver-
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lands. He has led missions to meet
with Jewish communal leaders in
Kurope, Argentina, Brazil and
Uruguay.
Long concerned about the plight
of Jews in Russia. Mr. Comet has
served as one of the first coordi-
nators of the American Jewish
Conference on Soviet Jewry. For
12 years he was director of the
American Zionist Youth Founda-
tion, where he organized the
North American Jewish Youth
Council and supervised the cen-
tral volunteer, study and tour pro-
grams in Israel for American
students and planned Israel pro-
grams for the campus.
Mr, Comet is founder and the
chairman of the annual commu-
nity-wide Salute to Israel Parade
on Fifth Avenue in New York
City, during which some 250,000
persons participated in a demon-
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last April. He also produced Is-
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Dr. Williams, a member of the
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Dean of the College of Liberal
Arts, vice president and Dean of
Faculty, vice president and Dean
of Students, vice president and
Director of Community Affairs,
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He holds A.B., M.A.. and Ph.D. de-
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sity, England.
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Salz Associate Director
Of Miami's Israel Bonds
Dr. Gershon Weiner Yivo Forum's Guest Speaker
When the Yivo ForuBi meet
Thursday, Jan. 13, at 8:.10 p.m al
Temple Beth Sholom, 4114 Chase
A\c, Dr. Gershon Weiner will be
the guesl speaker.
Dr. Weiner, professor of Hebrew
Hid Yiddish literature in the Amer-
ican Jcnr*nlom College in Israel,
ind a I'ornn i dean of the Jewish
IN i h ra Seminary in N.Y., will
speak on the tonic "Relationship
ol European and Oriental Jews in
Israel."
Michael Ljtvak. director of the
liami Beach Israel Bonds Orga-
i/ation, has named its former
lublic relations director Hi Sal/.
o a new post as associate director
if the Greater Miami area. Connie
Turner will join the organization
o fill the vacancy created by Mr.
Bab.' advancement.
Mr. Salz joined the Miami orga-
nization in 1954, coming from
Bonds headquarters in St. Louis,
Mo., where he had served the or-
ganization as field director since
1951 the year of Israel Bond's
nception. He immediately became
!>ublic relations director, a posi-
tion tie-has filled since that time.
- Mr. Salz. former editor and pub-
lisher of the "Jewish Record," in
Sf. Louis,. tl\c oldest Anglo-Jewish
newspaper west of the Mississippi,
has also written for other na-
tionally and internationally known
nubHcalions. He received his back-
round in the public relations field
from" the University of Missouri.
' Mr. Salz's devotion to the State
of Israel, and the Bonds organiza-
tion' has been demonstrated
through his many years of service
both within the organization and
jn the community. This outstand-
atiershlp serves as evidence
o us that he will become Increas-
ngly valuable as he begins serving
uth us this new year, in a new
wsition of responsibility," Mr. Lit-
ak declared.
A newcomer in the Bonds orga-
nization, Mrs. Turner was form-
erly with Hume-Smith-Mlckel-
icrry Advertising in Miami as pub-
icity director, dealing with finan-
ial. land development, and food-
elated accounts,
Before coming to Miami. Mrs.
Turner spent a year with Arthur
Frommer Publishing, Inc., New
York City, researching and writ-
ing in Israel for the popular travel
guide books. She attended the Uni-
versity of California, Borkele). as
a journalism major.
Both Salz and Mrs. Turner as-
sumed their new positions this
week marking the increased re-
sponsibility given Mr. Litvak. who
was named to direct the annual
International Inaugural Confer-
ence for State of Israel Bonds.
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the parents of two daughters, Mrs.
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Volume 45
20 TEVETH 5732
Number 1
Problems Which Cannot Be Ignored
At its final Cabinet meeting of the old year, the Israeli
government revised its estimates of 1972 immigration up-
ward by nearly 50% to 70,000 persons. Only three- weeles
before, economic and social planning was based on the
probable need to absorb about 45,000 immigrants.
Since fully half the 1972 newcomers are expected to
come from the Soviet Union this is welcome news. But, at
the same time, the estimate also brings with it tremendous
financial, social and psychological problems that cannot
be ignored either by the affected Israelis or world Jewry.
According to the Jerusalem Post, housing training of
unskilled immigrants for jobs, schooling for children and
the integration of the newcomers into a new society are
among the major guestions government experts must at-
tack in preparation for the influx. Money, froro additional
taxes on the already over-burdened Israelis and from world
Jewry, is another vital concern, for the new budget had
been based on the lower figure of immigrants anticipated.
The problem that this poses for Israel is not only that
of money. It presents a challenge to the World Zionist
movement which is soon to meet to find some other, if
possible, temporary solution to the great desire of Jews
in other parts of the world than Russia to emigrate to the
Jewish state at this time. The impact of 70,000 newcomers
on a society ringed by enemies and confronted with seri-
ous domestic problems can be ignored only at the expense
of Israel's security.

Choice May Be A Good One
Although there is natural disappointment in the rejec-
tion of Finland's Max Jakobson to replace U Thant as sec-
retary-general of the United Nations although a prac-
ticing Jew he would have won but for Russia's veto the
choice of Kurt Waldheim of Austria may be seen as a good
one from the Jewish point of view.
Ambassador Waldheim's major credentials for the
post is said to be his affinity for a middle course. How-
ever, during the Six-Day War in 1967 and as foreign min-
ister of Austria, he made it clear in public that he hoped
"the just cause of Israel" would triumph. He certainly will
be an improvement over U Thant whose position was
clearly on the side of the Arab states.
Problems Call For Unity
The issue of "jurisdiction" over certain areas of Jewish
life is an old one and is brought to mind again with the
proliferation of groups in support of Soviet Jewry and the
recent conference on Poverty in the Jewish Community
sponsored by the American Jewish Committee.
If ever there were two problems which call for unity
of the established Jewish community in Greater Miami's
case the Federation these represent classic examples.
As the Committee on Control and Authorization of Cam-
paigns pointed out in a statement that could have been
even more forceful, the considerable funds which are
reguired to assist Soviet Jews can be mobilized only by
the United Jewish Appeal. Other efforts in this direction
may be viewed only as divisive and guestionable as long
as UJA continues its magnificent effort in this direction.
Similarly, while American Jewish Committee is to be
commended for shedding light on the guestion of Jewish
poverty, a subject too-long hidden, the effort here must be
that of the total community and not by one of its agencies.
If, in fact, there are 750,000 poor Jews in America action is
called for by all and that cause can be served best by
Federation.
MATTER OF FACT
by JOSEPH ALSOP
WASHINGTON On the eve
of the final cease-fire, the U.S.
government had unchallengable
information of the Indian gov-
ernment's determination to
cause the dismemberment of the
surviving half of Pakistan. In-
dian forces, strongly superior
* 1n arms, were already moving Op*
to engage the large part of the
West Pakistani army on the
Kashmir front.
Dismemberment of West Pak-
istan would have been the auto-
matic consequence of the de-
struction of the army, which
One of the encumbrances of
my Jewish heritage that per-
sists in spite of having discov-
ered otherwise is the belief that
titles like "doctor" and "pro-
fessor" carry with them both
knowledge and wisdom.
Prof. Samuel Portnoy's com-
plaint in last week's Jewish
Floridian only adds to my dis-
appointment. Not because he
disagreed with the purpose of. a
column I wrote last month about
the similarities between George
Meany and Richard Nixon
he believes there arc real dif-
ferences.
THE HISTORY professor from
Florida Atlantic University has
a vision of Meany as a "staunch
supporter of liberal ideals"
whereas, in joining the two
presidents together ideologically,
I was trying to show that Amer-
ican trace unions have become
bureaucratically ossified, politi-
cally reactionary, and institu-
tionally integrated with the ad-
ministration of industry.
In other words, you couldn't
tell the difference between the
two without a scorecard. Unless,
like Prof. Portnoy, one views
trade union leaders as automati-
cally in the "liberal Democrat"
camp and totally disregards mod-
ern American labor history.
BECAUSE he has done this,
Dr. Portnoy must fall back on
polemics. With little subtlety he
finds some other anachronistic
labels for my position like
"fellow traveler" and "Stalin-
ism" to further point up the
fact that neither his own bias
nor his reading have progressed
beyond the 40s and' 50s or, for
that matter that he is aware of
the labor history made in the 30s.
To include Jim Carey, for in-
stance, among the anti-Commun-
ist leaders he admires is to ig-
nore the fact that Carey got
religion only after he had con-
sciously surrounded himself with
Stalinist staff to the point where
he had lost control of the United
Electrical Workers .
I Ml ST say that I resent this
kind of thine; even if it did not
also misrepresent a record of
opposition 'to Stalinist influence
in the labor movement during
a period when so many of our
present-day leaders includ-
ing Jim Carey were playing
footsie with the Communists.
It reminds me of that sad era
in American life represented by
Joe McCarthy when the "lib-
erals" of the Meany-Portnoy
stripe were so obsessed by what
even Max Shachtman (surely a
favorite of Prof. Portnoy today)
has called "mindless anti-Com-
munism" that they cooperated
willingly in subverting American
democracy.
IN TAKING this route again,
or at least displaying a capacity
for its revival, Dr. Portnoy casts
doubt on the meaning of a "lib-
eral Democrat." And if an edu-
cated professor of history has
trouble in defining these words
how much more of a problem
is it for the average citizen
whose "muddled thinking" on
the issue of Meany-Nixon con-
frontation was the subject of
the column in question?
In response to my comment
that "Meany and Nixon also
have been allied in continuing
and stimulating the cold war,"
a factor which to me is essen-
tial in understanding much of
America today. Prof. Portnoy
is clearly on the side of the
angels it was all Russia's
fault.
WELL, until a few years ago
wWlhe Indian aim. \Vhiic in I
Washington, the sainted Indira!
Gandhi had rather openly hinted!
at dismemberment in her talkal
with President Nixon, for she!
bitterly complained that Pakis-I
tan's northwest and northeast!
frontier areas, Pushtunistan and|
Beluchistan, had been unjustly"'
allotted to the wicked Pakis-|
tanis.
WHILE the Indian forces!
were moving up, moreover. Mrs.l
Gandhi's great protector* and!
sponsors, the masters: of the|
Kremlin, were far frotn inac-
tive. Moslem states as far awayl
as Turkey got stern Sofiet dip.]
lomatic warnings not to r.-actl
in any way to the fate t>f thcirl
fellow Moslems in Pakistan. Thel
government of Afghanistan was I
under severe Soviet prefcure to I
move troops toward the frontier!
as another threat to the l |
tanis. ;
Besides satisfying Indian I
vengefulness, there was prac-
tical object. The desirfd dis-l
niemberment of Paki*t|n was|
to deprive the Pakistani ri to-
nant state of any comm tier with Tibet and thus withl
Communist China.
SUCH WAS the situation!
President Nixon faced wjien he I
ordered elements of theiPacificI
Fleet to steam toward the Indian!
Ocean. And he further Allowed I
it to be hinted that he? might
not be able to go to Moscow |
after all.
Concurrently, the President
Continued en 'age 7-A
COMMENT
by EDWARD COHEN
I, too, was on that side. BJit, un-
like Prof. Portnoy, I seVm to
have read more modern histor-
ians that Prof. Donald iTreac!-
gold and the newer publffatioi s
of foreign policy expert, not
excluding Dean Achesot.," A .
ell Harriman and George* Ken-
nan, men whom only Jot Mc-
Carthy could accuse of i pro-
Soviet bias.
One can glean from th writ-
ings of these people and stori-
ans like Adam Ulam, Stephen
Ambrose, William Pfafi and
Diane Clemens (I exclude the
more radical revisionists Gabriel
Kolko and Athan Theqharis)
that as much responsibility for
the inception and develop'ments
of the cold war rests upon Amer-
ican policy-makers as upon
Stalin. i
THERE IS still room for de-
bate here, of course, and that
Prof. Portnoy clings to k posi-
tion that is dubious in thi li^ht
of new information is his. privi-
lege as well as his problem.
I find it somewhat sag that
there are people like Prof Port-
noy still fighting the ideological
battles of the 30s, 40s and 50s as
if this were not 1972.
I FIND it of even greater
concern about which I' have
written recently, that one'6 view
of the AFL-CIO might be-based
in particular on the statement
that "an integral part of the
liberal creed of Meany and the
labor movement has been their
dedication to the fight against
anti-Semitism and their un-
swerving support of the State
of Israel from its inception.''
If these are our only cri-
teria for judgment than Amer-
ican Jewish liberalism becomes
as much of the past as Prof.
Portnoy's thinking.


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*Mwisii Fkrfdtrar
Friday, January 7, 1973
v
letters to the editor

". ...... *. 1
KIMTOK. The Jewtab lloriiluin:
There have boon reports lately]
.11 the newi media thai some Jews
who arrived in Israel recently I
from the Soviet Union want to
return there since they are un-
hapi'j with th< state of affairs in
the J. wish state.
Naturally, this news if Ix'in'j
propagandlced by the despots in
iho Kremlin, to prove thoir "right*
eous" position By not letting Jews
out of the Soviet Union en masse.
they arc in their "humaneness"
preventing disappointments foi
them. There are also some a.-nons
us who are ready i" gent rettze and
to magnify thi- news to the extent
1hat the Russia:: Jev r to
return to the "red paradise" r.ithe:
than to settle in Israel.
Of the 14.000 Jews who left the
Soviet Unic.i this 5 ir, there must
he some, however Insignificant in
number, who during their transi-
tion period in settling there, had
difficulties adjusting themselves to
the conditions and environment in
Israel. This i- a normal resettle-
ment procedure wh< re languagi
barriers and a lifferent way of
life is encountered. Doubtless,
however, among these newcomers. |
theiv are elements who are pur-
posel\ sent in by the Communists
io create this atmosphere <>: un-
happiness to impress world opinion
that the campaign to save the Rus-
sian Jewry is not justifiable.
I* is a well-known fact that |
amon'4 the Cuban arrivals in this:
country, there are many Commun- [
ist agents who are sent in to serve
Castro's purposes. Surely amongst
the thousands of new arrivals in
Israel, there must !>o some collab-
orators and Informers who have
infiltrated Israel to serve the
Kremlin. It is almost impossible
to scieon these masses of refuge -
to detect these infiltrators who
arrive for these purposes either in
lsiacl. or in the United States.
Neverttteh comparatively1
speaking, it is more important to
save the meat majority of desper-
ate people from the fate of l>eing
extinguished than to et disturbed
about th.se collaborators who.
soom r or later, are caught up with
anyhow. Especially, it is impossi-
ble for the Jewish Agency to ex-
ercise any control over the emi-
gration of the Russian Jewry
which is now in progress. This is '
entirely on the whims and on the
political temper of the rulers in
the Kremlin, manipulated in ac-
cordance with their political aims.!
Their emigration procedures are
not ba siderations or in respect for human
rights. It Is based on the motiva-
tions of the policy-makers of the
L'.S.S.R. who are probably using
the 1 lease of Soviet Jews as a
sword over the heads of the Arab
countries involved with Israel in
a direct conflict. Thus they can
prove to th so Arab dictators that
they can. at their will, increase
the imputation of Israel by million:
of Jews, whom they are holding as ,
hostagi s.
This cynical policy of the Com-
munist rulers makes it very diffi-
cult for Israel to make the proper I
preparations to receive these im-
migrants since they cannot plan
for their requirements how
many will arrive, or whether they
will arrive. It is not like the Cu-
bans emigrating to the United
States, whereby the daily figure of 1
the arrivals is set in an organized
fashion. The L'.S.S.R. manipulates1
with these desperate human be-i
ings, turning them on and off like I
a faucet: cither letting them go on
immediate notice, or holding them
Join the WINN Team
in limbo years an' years, uncertain
as to their fate.
It would be tragic for the Jew-
ish people, after the bitter experi-;
ences suffered at the hands of
the totalitarian systems, to fall for
such Goebels-style propaganda
which the Communists are spread-
ing. These obsolete methods of
propaganda are no longer effec-,
tive to any knowledgeable person.'
The determination of the Russian j
Jewry to be repatriated in their
homeland. Israel, is imperative an cannot be stopped. |
MAURICE GOUMHNG
Miami Beach
Ophthalmologist Is
Guest Speaker At
Eye Saver Luncheon
The Hadassah Center for Win-
ter Residents will present Dr. |
Gordon R. Miller. Miami Beach j
Opthalniologist as the guest
speaker at its Eye-Saver Lunch-
eon Tuesday at 12:30 p.m. in the
Lido Spa Hotel. Venetian Cause-,
way, Miami Beach.
Admission is by a contribution
of S10 or two filled eye banks.
Dr. Miller, who will speak on
the Prevention of Blindness and
matters relating to care of the
eyes, is au courant with the latest !
in medicine relating to the care of I
eyes. He will report on Hadassah
Hospital's outstanding Depart-
ment of Opthalmology, chief of
which is Prof. Isaac Michaelson.
one of the foremost men in his
field.
Dr. Michaelson convened the
Seminar on the Prevention of
Blindness, which took place in
Jerusalem this past summer with
participants including World
Health Organization representa-
tives, coming from all over the
world.
Honored fcr dedicated service by the Miami Beach Social
Guild were Mayor Chuck Hall, center Vice Mayor Robert
S. Goodman, left, and Councilman Leonard Haber, right,
and Mrs. Haber. Officers of the Guild from left are MolLe
Weinstein, financial secretary; George Grutman, sergeant
at arms; Mina Grutman, president, and Ann Borison, re-
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fJenist Hcr/kffatn
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1
JWV's National Commander : ?*
Breakfast Guest Of Honor
J.Tome D. Cohen, National com-
posed
1950s
mander of the Jewish War Vet-
(raas of the U.S.A., will be the
Nest of honor at a breakfaM at,
the Eden Roc Hotel in IWiarrTT'*^
Beach Sunday. Jan. 16 at 9:30 a.m.
Pet< r Bluestcn of Hallandale, state
JWV commander, has announced.
The breakfast is being sponsored
by the Department of Florida.
Mr. Cohen, a Brooklyn, N.Y. at-
torney, led JWV's rout of the Ku
Klux Klan in Bridgeton, N.J., the
National Renaissance Party in
New York, and successfully ex-
McCarthyism
He is now
in the late
visiting the
I; Continued From Pae 4-A
made the most powerful, even
risky, personal representations
to the Soviet leaders. Tims the
Indian plan to continue the war
acainst West Pakistan was
called off at the last moment
- and by Soviet command!
THESE ABE the plain unpal-
atable facts as documented his-
tory will one day show them.
The facts are worth relating at
this late date because they have
been concealed by liberal senti-
mentality and Democratic partis-
anship.
The background facts are also
worth relating. In the early 60s,
to begin with, when President
Kennedy signed his treaty with
Pakistan, an approximate mili-
tary balance existed between
j Pakistan and India. But that
balance was then progressively
[upset by the combined action of
American liberal sentimentality
| and hardheaded Soviet planning.
ALTIIOIGH United States
Imilitary aid-officially continued,
I Pakistan was left with an army
land air fbrce that grew more
land more obsolete with evefy
lyear that pissed. The Soviets,
Lseeing their chance, then st< |>-
Iped in to provide India with
[modern arms on the most lav ish
kcale. Thus Pakistan was al-
j" a ly hopelessly outgunned when
SheUc Mujibur Rahman's sep-
laratist Awami League won the
[East Pakistan election a year
ago.
With her superior military
bower Mrs. Gandhi :oon saw
Ithe chance that the East Pak-
istani election gave her. The
[simplest proof is the fact that
Indian divisions began to move
r.p to the East Pakistan fron-
tier last winter.
TIH.S WAS considerably be-
fore Sheik Mujibur Rahman
gave the signal for insurrection
last March. No one but a fool
can doubt that he gave that
signal with full assurance of the
I Indian aid that the East Pak-
istani rebels promptly received.
The West Pakistani govern-
ment tan be criticized for its
handling of Sheik Mujibur, be-
yond doubt. The U.S. govern-
ment can also be criticized for
failing to respond with greater
promptitude and firmness to
the new situation the Indians
and the Soviets had created.
FOR THE Soviet role, please
remember, was decisive from
start to finish. The sainted
Indira would not have dared to
send a soldier across the Pakis-
tani frontier if she had not had
the crucial Soviet guarantee
against Pakistan's Chinese Com-
munist allies.
The resulting strong possibil-
ity that India will therefore be-
come a vast new Soviet stra-
tegic base area is what should
mainly matter to this country.
It is what fully justifies the
comparison of these events, at-
tributed to Dr. Henry Kissinger,
to Adolf Hitler's reoccupation
of the Rhineland.
Read What the virtuous Euro-
pean and American left said
about the Rhineland, really Hit-
lers first step forward on the
road to war. Then the present
American liberal blather about
India will not surprise you.
Morris Toog, president of the
Greater Miami Lodge 208 of the
Free Sons of Israel, has announced
an open meeting for 8 p.m. Thurs-
day, Jan. 13, in the auditorium of
the Jefferson National Bank. 301
Arthur Godfrey Rd.
Harry Levy, district deputy for
Florida, will introduce the guest
speaker. Joseph Yanich. Regional
director of the American Jewish
Congress, who will discuss the
plight of So\ iet Jews. The second
part of the program will be a
discussion of Miami Beach by
Councilmen Robert S. Goodman
and Dr. Leonard Hater,
Soviet Union to discuss the exodus
of Soviet Jews to Israel with So-
viet officials and to develop tics
with Jewish war veterans.
Commander Cohen led the legal
fight against the American Nazi;
Party and its leader. George Lin-
coln Rockwell, in the courts and j
at state universities. His exposure j
of the nature of the John Birch
Society brought changes in laws
in dealing with wearing of Nazi
uniforms, riots, and gun control.
Civic and community leaders'
and officials from the south Flor-!
ida area, including Miami Beach \
Mayor Chuck Hall, an honorary
JWV member, have been invited,
to the breakfast.
National Jewish War Veterans'
officers expected to attend include
Ainslee R. Feidie, vice chairman '
of the national executive commit- ;
tee; Maurice Weinman, national I
adjutant; Jack Berman, 4th re-
gional commander; Irvin Stein-,
berg, delegate-at-large; and Nor-
ton Lelf, national Inspector.
Tickets for the breakfast may!
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a.m.. in the Washington Federal
Savings and Loan Association Aud-
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Miami Beach.
Abraham A. Grunhut, chairman
of the South Beach Division of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation's
1972 Combined Jewish Appeal-
Israel Emergency Fund campaign,
who made the announcement, re-
ported that Myron J. Brodie, asso-
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the Federation, is scheduled to
give a firsthand report about the
current situation in Israel.
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Friday, January 7, 1972
Sefer Torah Presentation
At Hebrew Academy Sunday
LOUIS MtRWITZER
brew Academy Sunday morning
in special ceremonies climaxing a
month-long celebration of his 83rd
birthday. Mr. Merwitzer served as
president of the Hebrew Academy
for nine years prior to his election
to the new post last summer.
Irving Firtel, current president
of the Miami Beach school at 24O0
Pine Tree Dr., who made the an-
nouncement, will speak during the
ceremonies.
The Sefer Torah, written In
Warsaw before World War I, was
housed in one of Poland's major
synagogues until the outbreak of
World War II, when Nazi Ger-
many invaded that nation. Survi-
vors of the Hitler holocaust
brought the Sefer Torah out of
Poland after it became obvious
that neither the German nor Rus-
sian conquerors would permit
Judaism to survive.
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, prin-
cipal of the Hebrew Academy, will
preside at the ceremonies and at
a luncheon in the school's cafeteria
which will follow. Rabbi Berel
Wein, dean and chairman of the
faculty of the Louis Merwitzer
Mcsivta High School, will partici-
pate in the program.
The school is named in honor of
Mr. Merwitzer, an officer of Beth
Tfilah Congregation and a leader
in Israel Bonds and other organi-
zations aiding Torah Judaism and
the State of Israel.
Samuel Abramson is president of
the Mesivta student council; he
will spe;ik and make a special pres-
entation to Mr. Merwitzer. The
Hebrew Academy Women, headed
by Mrs. Leonard Adler. and Mr.
Merwitzer's family will present
handsome, silver breast plates and
crown for the Sefer Torah.
Yiddish Theatre Ensemble
To Give Two Performances
A Yiddish thatre ensemble of
five outstanding stars of the New
York American-Jewish musical
stage will be presented at 8 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday, Jan. 15 and
16 in the Miami Beach Senior High
School auditorium, according to
Moe Levin and Max Gieiberman,
representatives of Farband-Labor
Zionist Order and The Workmen's
Circle, which are co-sponsoring
the appearance of the troupe.
The all-star ensemble includes
Chayele Ash, a fine artist from
Israel, Ari Fuhrman and Abraham
Fuhrman, character actors and
Yiddish humorists. They will ap-
pear in a lively revue that will in-
clude dramatization from works
in modern Yiddish literature, and
songs in Yiddish, Hebrew and
English.
Headliner of this year's ensem-
ble will be opera star Ginetta La
Bianca, who has achieved renown
with the greatest arias of the col-
oratura repertoire as well as Yid-
dish, Hebrew and English folk
songs. The ensemble will be ac-
companied by the noted pianist,
Rami Bar-Niv, a native of Tel
Aviv, Israel.
The appearance of the ensemble
is a part of a nation wide tour
under the auspices of The Work-
men's Circle and Farband-Labor
Zionist Order which, for more than
40 years, have annually brought
the best of Yiddish theatre and
concert art into scores of Jewish
communities in the United Slates
and Canada.
In charge of the local perform-
ance is a committee including Max
Gieiberman, chairman, Moe Levin.
Mayshie Friedberg, Israel Finkel,
Jack Filosof, Morris Birnbaum.
Sonya Katz, Mrs. Dworkin, M.
Hoffman, Murray Gold, Max
Grec-nberg, Aaron Noble, Mollie
Rubinstein and Harry Schuldiner.
Trude Weiss-Rosmarin To
Lecture At Temple Israel
09. VUVEL 6RHNE
Dr. Velvel Greene
Keynote Speaker
The keynote speaker at Oholel
Torah Day School's fifth annual
scholarship banquet Sunday, Jan.
23. will be space scientist Dr. Vel-
vel Greene, according to Rabbi
Abraham Korf, executive directo)
of the school. The catered dinner
will take place in the main ball-
room of the Sheraton Four Am-
bassadors Hotel, he said.
Dr. Green, professor of micro-
biology at the University of Min-
nesota, is a member of the NASA
space scientist team working on
the Mars program. He has lectured
extensively in the United States
and abroad, as an emissary of the
U.S. government and on "Jewish
Identity and Survival" in terms
of his association with the college
and university council.
Dr. Greene is tne only observant
Jew working as a scientist on the
Mars program, according to
Menashe Hirsch, president of the
school.
Trude Weiss-Romarin, editor
of The Jewish Spectator, will be
Sunday morning's lecturer for the
Greenfield Institirtr at Temple Is-
rael of Greater Miami.
While her Subject, "The Cul-
tured Jew: A Nostalgic Portrait
from Memory," would seem to
have no controversial overtones,
Dr. Weiss-Rosmarin brings to her
-topic a wide range of knowledge
and insight that has made her one
of the leading exponents of Jew-
ish survivalism. She has been in
the forefront of women's rights
and student "liberation" conflicts,
both as a writer and lecturer in
great demand.
Born and educated in Germany,
Dr. Weiss-Rosmarin received her
doctorate at the age of 22, major-
ing in Semitics. In addition to
magazine articles, she has written
books on such subjects as "jU().
alsm and Christianity: The Differ.
ences", "Jewish Survival," The
Hebrew Moses: An Answer to
Sigmund Freud" and "The Reli.
gion of Reason" based on Her-
mann Cohen's system of religious
philosophy.
The lecture, which begins at 10
o'clock, is open to non-subscribers
at the usual admission charge.
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Segal To Speak Wednesday
Zionist leader Leon Segal will
address the Hebrew Cultural So-
ciety, (Chug-Ivri) Wednesday at
2 p.m. in the Blue Room of
Temple Menorah. 620 75th St. His
topic will be "Maimonides the
Physician, and Hit Contribution to
the Science of Medicine."
Yiddish Cultural Club
The Yiddish Cultural Club
"Winkle" will meet Tuesday, Jan.
11, at 10 a.m. in Friendship Corner
No. 4, Collins Avenue at 80th
Street. A varied program includ-
ing Abraham Krashinsky. Abra-
ham Hurwitz and I. L. Peretz is
planned by H. Kaminer, chairman.
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5* fllAI
A Call To Service

k HttT It \ VM> OWB?-yEU m !> TH*Til i J>>w msew!rry kind-'
Miami BNwh niss, a Rood wav of Ufa a life
In this WttXM Sccrah we 'earn ; ^a'3"nt fr ^ ""H
, .. and r-.ankir.cl.
o; the great prophet, leader and j
teachc r. Mosheh Rabbami. TlJ Moses- th* voice in the bush
Mas a call to sen ice. L.k -wis
\'."hen he 51-ow today it is up to our youth to
up .spiritually, answer the call 'Hinoni I'm
he cannot en- j ready" to act for the survival of
dune Injustice Judaism, and not stray in strange
and deddl to field* This is the lesion of today'.
Invorvo hi.-r.s-'.: ( Srdrah: heeding this call will'
I i help
downrodd
brothcri. H"j in all of us. Let it not be con-
traasfonm a mm
horde of si
into a kingdom'
o uittJi. (r*uuii; whs tail v*u:
his! brine us a better world, a better
I e n future. There is a "burning ">ush"
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Poets Participate
of priests. He
design a plan
of r-demrition;
he goes out o' Ma way to help his'
destitute brethren; though he car!
live in plenty and comfort, he u
drawn to his brothers in slavery-'
TeiKlinz the T.ocks of J.-thro in
the dest-rt of Midian, he sees a'
strange Sight, 'a thorn bush, burn-1
tag. and yet it Ls not consumed." i
And he hears the call of G-d to >
go to Pharaoh to liberate hi* peo- j
pie from bond/is''. He answers Im hjk D Am4 Canihi
'Hineni, here I am" to do my III P1J). AM 111111111
fehare- "PoetryA Way To A Fuller
But he i- not satj-fi.-d with the Awareness" will be the subject
phyakal redemption; he wants to rtiscussed by the Miami Beach Art 1
give th'-m a spiritual freedom, a Forum Tuesday at 7 p.m. in the
Law. a Torah. and to make a >o'.- Miami Beach Public Library. 2100 .
enin covenant to the Lord. Collias Ave.
Moses risks his life when G-d
wants to destroy the people for Participating poets are Dorothy!
til go den calf. He Alr*rt. chairman of the Cultural ;
i- ready to sacrifice himself in ; Alliance William Tuohy and Ruby .
order to save his people. v"-pl Leftkovp:
Frank KleinhV.lty. naUonaJfcy
Moses represents the passionate known author. Artist aSfr iectSer,
and seif-sacri/idns! leader, libera- wU1 ^ the gfifa of th tor, teacher, faithful shepherd. rjoarh Art Cljb- fy|day. Jan. U.
propheU. His hatted at s p.m. in the 'Washington F/j,- I
era! auditorium-.-1234 Washington'
, Ave. A recenrty published iH/fu}-:
of oppri -.-ion. hb. love of justice
., .-
He acquires a fire, but unlike trated biograpjiV tfi Mr-. Kl<,
gendar) netheus, his Ore holtz's honor will be the su
:h' and kindness to the t.i his discussion.
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Jan. 9 Ch. 1. 8:30 a.m. The First Estate
Jan. 0 Ch. 10. 9:.?0 a.m. The Jewish Worship Hour
rlost: Rabbi Norman Shapiro. Temple Zion
Jan. 9 Ch. 7. 10 a.m. The Still Small Voice
Host: Rabbi Max Lipschitz,
Beth Torah Congregation
Topic: "Concept of Mitzvah"
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By: RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
Why do pirn*. Jews pi zee some
asfl on the head of the bride-
groom at the wedding ceremony/
This law is mentioned in the
Talmuri Baba Bathra fVD-A>.
This is supposed to be one of
the many instances when the de-
struction of Jerusalem is brought
to mind. It is especially fitting at a
joyous occasion like a wedding,
when 'he hilarity of the moment
is liable to mislead people into
thir-kin-,' that current conrliti'ir.s
are idral and do not need any
improvement.
In th- Jewish way of thinking,
no situation is ideal as long as the
Temple in Jerusalem ha= not been
reconstructed The general idea is
that were the Temple to have
been alrvady reconstructed, man-
kind would have achieved univer-
sal p*>ace which ls. indeed, a far
cry from our present situation.
Also, one of the Psalms speaks of
th. consequences which could oc-
cur should "Jerusalem be forgot-
ten "
It Ls, perhaps, a number of these
types of customs that was respon-
sible for the tenacity with which
the Jewish people clung to the ideal
of Zion until some measure of
restoration, such as the present
State of Israel, took place.
Why does Jewish custom re-
quire th*- groom and brHe to
have attendant!* called "unter-
fuehrers?"
groom at the wedding ceremony?
as that the Almighty Himself
either provided or Himself was
the attendant for the wedding of
Adam and Eve. One source in the
Midrakh tells'us that. Angels-were
the,attendants.
.Generally, two reasons are
given. One is .that brk"e and groom
are likene-i to, king anil queen on
their, wedding day. Just as kin_-<
and queens have attendants -o do
- and-grooms. Thi* idea is
one of Judaism's .most beautiful
examples of- thie explanation df
the human being.
The second reason Involves the
general concept of "Gemilas Chas-
adim." Thi- means that human be-
ings are expected to extend to each
other acts of grace and courtesy,
especially at important occasions.
Thus, at a ceremony like a wed-
djng, bride and groom should feel
the cooperative and friendly hand
of others in the form of attendants
at their wedding. The ideal of
happiness can never be achieved
without the friendship and coop-
eration of one's fellow man.
SYNOPSIS Of THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Shemos
ISRAEL IN BONDAGE: Many years after the death of
Joseph tlv Hyksos Kings who ruled Esypt in aoeeaasion wi
overturned and a new Pharaoh 'probably Thothmen III. found,"
of thaJttth Egyptian dynasty! at h#-beginning of the loth Ceo.
tury B.C.L. afraid that the Israelites who were living in Gosh, n
might remsin loyal to the previous king, initiated a policy of
operation that gradually reduced them to slavery. This waj the
start of Israels bondage in Egypt. Pharaoh ordered the Hebrew
midwhrea to kill all male children at birth. However, fearin
God. they disobeyed him. Thereupon Pharaoh decreed that even-
new born son should he drowned in the river Nile.
BIRTH AND EARLY YEARS OF MOSES: Amram and
Yoehebed. members of the tribe of Levi. had two chi]
Miriam ar.i Aaron: s.>on after the king's edict, a second son was
bcrn. After hiding him for three months, his mother ulacvd him
In an ark made of bulrushes among the reeds on th. banks i|
the river Nile, leaving Miriam to watch it from a di-:,m,
Pharaoh's daughter came down to bathe, saw the basket and
K :it one of her mai lens t>> fetch it. She realized that :t was a
Hebrew child and touched with pity, decided to adopt it Miriam
forward and asked the princess for permission to find a
nurse for the child, and brought back the child's real mother, un-
der whose care the boy was taught the traditions of his ftno
tors. Whi r. he grew older he was taken to the royal pa?a<*-> an,1.
given the name of Moses, meaning "Drawn Out of the Water.'
When he reached manhood. Moses went out to see how his fellow
Israelites were faring, he saw an Egyptian overseer beating tmi
of the Hebrews. He killed the Egyptian and, looking around to
see that no one was near, buried the body in sand. Fearful that
hi- ijfc was in danger, Moses fled. He settled in the land of
Mician. in the southeastern region of the Sinai pennisula, where
he became a shepherd, tending the flocks of Jethro. Eventually
he married Jethro's daughter, Zipporah.
CALL OF MOSES: The Pharaoh died, but the oppression of
tho Israelites continued with even greater severity under his
successors, and the people cried out to God for help and redemp-
tlon. While ten.'ing sheep at Horeb, in the Sinai pennisula Moses
encountered a very strangely inspiring sight a bush in the dis-
tance covered in flames, yet not being consumed. In this vision
God revealed himself unto Moses and directed him to be the
messenger that would go to Pharaoh and command h:.-n. in the
name of God. to let the children of Israel go free. (Exodus,
Chapters 1 to 6>.
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Public School Courses Eyed By Jewish Education Group
NEW YORK JTA. A pilot
project to introduce Jewish Study|
materials into public school cur-
ricula is bving di'veloiied by the
Ann rican Association for Jewish
Education. IAAJE) according to 1
Dr. Seymour P. Lachman, chair- j
man of the project and vice presi-
dent of the New York City Board
of Education. Noting that "no two1
school systems express the samel
:- for Jewish study materials."
the AAJE said that the committee
was "designing prototypes for all
zrades which can be adapted to
varying needs.''
An AAJE spokesman said the
project was still "on the drawing j
board" and was being planned for '
middle and elementary schools and for I
and senior high schools. He' said
scholars and curricula exp. rtl
would be brought in to fill in
prototypes-.
Students Participate
Students of TeiHple>Jufea's P.-I
ligious School will lead in Sabba'.h|
ceremonies and Songs at one -a
month Friday evening dinners,
Participating in this month's di
ner, Friday, Jan. 7, at v30 p.ni.l
will be students iii the third y .11
of Hebrew Schoo' and the sixth]
grade Sabbath class, according to]
Mrs. Hersch Berma:.. principal.
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A H A V A T SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox
Cantor Aron Ben Aror>. 1
ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Awe.
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowitz 2
BETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. Ken-
' dan Dr. S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. 3
Vi>'!:.> t u p m T..im "What Makea
A Championship football Taam"
BETH DAVIU. 2J26 SW 3rd Ave.
Comervative. Rabbi Sol Landau.
Cantor William W. Lipaon 4
Friday > j> m Sermon: "Fiddler on
th.- Roof what Aboul the Irnace?"
Saturday I a.m Bar Mltsvah: Robert
Halprln, m of Mr and .Mrs Ray-
mond Jl.-ilprin.
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi H. Rothman 6
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Leon Segal.
Friday B:1S p.m Otieal speaker, H<.n
Ju>Ik<- Frank Dowllng, will dlHcuaa:
"My Impression of Israel and Faith'"
followed by Ones; Shabbal hosted by
Mr Bernard Bedon in observance of
Tahraeit of his wife. Helyn. Saturday
8 4:, a m Topici "Why fi,,i \\, Re-
main In Efrypt?" *:?.< um: "Portion
of Law." I p.m In Th.- Bxile!"
BETH TOV (Temple). 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative Rabbi Simon
April. Cantor Seymour Hinkea 8
ISRAEL (Temple) OF GREATER ,
Miami. 137 NE 19th Street. Reform '
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. 10
Friday R:IB p.m Iir Joseph I! Varol '
v.,II dlsc*Bw: "Why Al,i-a)iarn Kaplan ;
If Movine; lo Nrael" I
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Cantor Nathan
Parnass. 11
OR OLOM (Temple) 8755 SW 18th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph
Glixman. 13
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein. 14
Friday t p.m. Rabbi Maurice Klein
iii discuss: "Talmud: Bvery man
has three namea: One his parents
gave him. one ..ih.-rs call him and
one he acquires for himself." Satur-
oay 9 m Bar Mltsvah: Gordon Wefn,
son of Mr and Mrs Martin I.. Weln,
followed by a Ki.l.lush in Cordon's
honor.
ZION (Temple) 8000 Miller Rd. Con-
servative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro
16
HIAIEAH
TIFERETH JACOB (Temple). 051 E.
4th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Na-
than Zolondek. \$
NORTH MIAMI
BETH MOSHF CONGREGATION
13600 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservstive.
Rabbi Joseph Gorfinkel, Cantor Ben
Zion Kirschenbaum. S5
MIAMI BEACH
AGUDATH ISRAEL, 7801 Carlyle Ave
Orthodox. 17
Saturday S:.lo a.m. Sermon: "The
Jewish Freedom"
BFTH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Berel Wetij. is
BETH JACOB. S01 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir
sky. Cantor Maurice Mamchea. 19
BETH RAPHAEL (Temple). 1545
Jefferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
David Raab. Canton Saul Breeh. 20
Friday 8:18 p.m Topi. : "Predictions
for the year 1971"
BETH SHOLOM ( TemaJe). 4144
Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kronish. Cantor David Conv.ser. 21
Friday 8:U p.m. Kabbi Harry Jolt
Will speak on "To IliKotrr No Sanc-
tion" Saturday 10:45 a.m. Sunday
10:S0 a.m. Coffee, Culture and Con-
versation. Quest speaker, Dr. H.
Frunl>lin Williams of the I'lmersity
of Miami win dis, uss: "Heroes of
History The Dreyfus Case"
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BETH TFILAH 93i Euclid Ave. Or-
thodox. Rsbbi Joseph E. Rackov-
ky- 22
BETH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGREGA-
TION, 843 Meridian Avenue. 22-A
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Dow Rozeiicwsig. 23
EMANU-EL (Temple). 1701 Waahing.
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lchrman. Cantor Zvi Adler. 24
Friday 8:30 i>r. Ix-hrman will preach
on: "IteliKion Faces A .\>w Year"
Salur.lny I a.m.. 10:30 liar Mitzvah:
Brett, son f Mr. and Mrs Leonard
Itivklnd.
I Mrs. Joseph Renrm.-in.
: NER TAtyiiu tiemp.ej. 80th St. ini'
Tatum Waterway. Conservative.
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Ed-
ward Klein. 29
OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bonita Dr.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber-
man, so '
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 65
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmias. 31
Reform. Rabbi Morris Kipper 41
Friday s pin. Saiurdav .;, a. m Bar!
Mitzvah: Philip, son ol Mr and Mrs
Jerry ban.
ZAMORA (Temple) 44 Zamora Avt
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell Berg-
er. Cantor Mordecai Vardeini 41
MO
SURFSIDE
ScN DAVID CONGREGATION
9293 Harding Ave.. Swrfs.de, Tow.
Hall Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac D. Vine
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Plnetree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Qrosa 25
CONS. AN-NELL (Brancn of He-
brew Academy). 7th St. and Merid-
ian Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham
Ben-Hillel. 25.A
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington
Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H.
Stern. Cantor Meyer Engel. 26
KNESETH ISRAe'l, 141! Euclid Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield
Cantor- Abraham sif. 27
MFNORAH (Temple). tZO 75th St
Conservative. RabbjJfaSaer Abram-
ow.tz. Cantor NJcolrairnan. 28
Fri.lay >rl.V p sjs": ;Hn<-.ifhiyah: Hre.i-
ll:,,%assmasaaaMr. >*Jf1 >Mv. Mario
StasevhTf"! aWmn.liar Mitz-
CONGREGATION tTZ CHAIM. 1542-
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi Avrohom
Groner. 32
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER. 1720 79th Street Cause-
way. North Bay Village. Conserva-
tive. Rabbi Philip Fried. 32-A
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
ADATH YESHURUN (Temple). 1025
NE Miami Gardens Dr. Conserva-
tive. Rabbi Milton Schlinsky. Can-
tor Nathaniel Schub. 33
STH TORAH. NE 164th St. at 11th
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Jacob Renzer. 34
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St
Conservative. Rabbi Charles Rubel
Cantor Jack Lerner. 34
SINAI (Temple) of NORTH DADB
18801 NE 22nd Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Ralph P. Kingsley. Cantor Irving
Shulkea. 3?
Friday .'.:.t(i j).m Services of Welcome
to th. Sabbath followed by Shabbal
meal to be attended by parents and
children of the cmia;n-galloii. Satur-
day l:3i. a.m.
FT. IAUDERDAIE
i BETH ISRAEL (Temple). 547 E, Oak"
land Park Blvd. Rabbi Akiva Bril-
liant. Cantor Maurice Neu. 41
m
EMANU-EL. 3245 W. Oakland Part
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Arthur J. Ab-
rams. Cantor Jerome Klement. 41
POMPANO BEACH
SHOLOM (Ten.pie). 132 SE 11th Ave, J
Conservative. Rabbi Morns A. Skoa 1
Cantor Ernest Schreiber. *
MARGATE
van: Wn
Robert
and Mrs.
f Mr. and
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 18151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E.
Caplan. u
Friday .".:.:" p.m. Saturday 8 a 111 Ser-
mon: -I.,,..- the Pollcs Change with
the mange of the Man."
Y<^N, !8MS* GREATER
MIAMI. 990 NE ,171st St. Orthodov
Rabbi Naftali Porush. 39
CORAL GABLES
JUOEA (Temple). 5500 Granada Blvd.
MARGATE JEWISH CENTER. ilC
NW 9th St.
HALLANDALE
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTE"
Rabbi Max J. Weitz. Cantor ""
Jacob Danziger. 126 NE. 1at Avt
HOLLYWOOD
BETH EL (Temple). 1351 S. 14th Av
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. 41
e------
BETH SHALOM (Temple). 1728 Men-
roe St. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Cantor Irving Gold. 41
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SINAI (Temple). 1201 Johnson St
Conservative. Rabbi Dsvid Shapira
Cantor Yehuda Hedbraun.
MIRAMAR
ISRAEL (Temple) 6920 SW 85th SJ
Conservative. "


ty. January 7, 1972
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Max Lerner
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NEW YORK -Draft resistors, fugitives, exiles: What shall
do with them? How a nation ends a war is as important as
|\v it Starts one. Along with the winding down of actual fighting
riv mu.-t be a winding down of the internal hates and hostili-
the war generated. That Ls why the issue of amnesty for
aft resisten is critical now, and why a national debate on it Is
jrdue.
Sen. Robert Taft's bill to extend a hand of conditional wel-
kne to those who resisted or fled the war has caught national
lent ion. where the earlier bills of Rep. Ed Koch didn't. The rea-
may lie in Taft's name, and in the fact that he is a respected
(iio Republican, while Koch is a liberal New York Democrat.
a a <&
MANY WILL RESENT the idea of bringing back into soci-
those ivho refused to fight while others were dying. There i>
(rays tht danger that those who fought and the families of
osc who die:" will be embittered by such an act of clemency,
|d that they may stir up social passions. But the idea of re-
Ige i.- already a social passion. Neither revenge nor hardnes.-
[heart i< a good emotion to have rampant in a nation.
There are 500 still in American prisons whose lives have
en blighted enough. There are 15,000 exiles in Canada, sonic
lOOO in other count lies Let them some home, give them a scc-
cfjance, says Talt, and I agree. A continuing social angei
|&jnt. t'um will turn them from young men who heeded theii
fi-sci.iioi- at a high cost, into a group of permanently embittered
ftcasts who coul;'. turn into enemies of America.
t-V .
TAI'TS PROPOSAL SKTS a condition, that they volunteer
gome term of noneomhatant or civilian service. Some of the
{led ,'ioups in Canada have rejected the whole idea, saying that
war as they see it was illegal and immoral from the start,
that America owes them the right to go back with no if.c
fetched.
I doubt whether this will get a wide response. What does
nerica owe them actually? It owes them a second chance. The
to return is not an absolute right. They must earn it. I
n't see as a kini of redemption but quite simply as an effort
lich Will again make them part of American life, without vio-
ling their antiwar conscience which made them go to prison or
pre, America in tfic first place.
The nonccmbatant or civilian service need not he for
free years, as Taft's bill provides. If it is seen as a symbolic
on the part of the returning exiles, a year or 18 months
fcould do as well. The life of exiles is bleak and rootless. The life
prison is mutilating. Both groups have already paid a heavy
J-ice for what they did. whatever their motivation. The addi-
pnal price should' be only a symbolic one.
.'' '- vr
ONK MIST TREAT the question of some 300,000 military
lertera and AVVOLs as a separate one. While many of them
^Coiled from the war, the element of antiwar conscience wa-
it there to start with. When the draft is done with and a
Jlunteor army takes its place, and if the problem of the fuga-
vea can lv settled, the deserter problem will become more
kanageable. For the present, a general amnesty for them might
fumble whatever discipline and deterrence the military still
In th case of the draft resisters this doesn't apply. Toward
em there should be nothing to interfere with magnanimity.
e ha? lv i"i considerable talk of politics, not magnanimity.
icre arc some who feel that President Nixon will welcome the
thole issue of amnesty in the election campaign, since his oppo-
jtion to it would give him a chance to reassure the South and
le ConceTvatives in his own party.
That may lie so. yet here as in other cases the generous
Jolicy may prove to be the best politics, also. If Nixon wants to
Indercut the Democratic hold on the vote of the young, this may
One Way to do it.
fc ft -to
ON FAERY SCORE, magnanimity is the key. This has been
jrue after previous ware as well. The stakes of social peace and
treativeness are high. Such an act by Congress and the Adminis-
tration would set a good example for postwar social cohesion and
trust. It would make it possible to heal the traumatic breaks in
|ti ns of thousands of lives, and give young men in the prime of
life a second chance to use their full potentials back on the soil
of their own country.
Finally. W would undo what could be an unhealthy effect on
the nation's future. There has been a selective migration of many
who showed a courage of the individual conscience. This is
something that America--or any other power system cannot
afford to lose.
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March 14, and, with the assistance
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*>Jewtati noridHair
Friday, January 7, 1372
ISRAEL NEWSLETTER
By Carl Alpert
Comments Made After Truth Serum
AT DEAD OF NIGHT, when no one was looking,
I crept stealthily into one of the secret labora-
tories at the Te,chnion, found the precious tube of
secret Truth Serum which had
I boon developed there, and put
it in my pocket. In the weeks that
followed I found opportunity to
administer doses of the Serum to
a number of people, and recorded
the first words of truth they ut-
tered as the serum took effect.
Follow are some of the results:
Moshe Dii.van: Plastic surgeons
say I could have my face fixed up so that the con-
spicious black patch would not be ncsessary. But
then who woulc' look at me a second time?
Yitzhak Kahin: I wish they'd let me come home
and take a nice easy job, like being a member of
the Israel Cabinet.
Pinlias Sapir: The next prime minister will be
- me. or the person whom I designate.
El Al Hostess: Fasten your seat belts, eat your
supper, tell the brat to shut up, keep your feet out
of the aisles. I don't care what you tell the man-
agement, and absolutely not, I have a boy friend.
.INK President: We've outlived our usefulness
as an organization in Israel, but let's face it. We're
still good at raising money, so why wind up a good
thing?
Golda Melr: I'm tired. How I'd love to get back
to my kitchen.
Israel Tourist Guide: This is a much better
store in which to buy your souvenirs. Besides, this
one pays me 10'/ commission.
Ben-Gurion: I know I've been a stubborn old
cuss and always insisted on having my way. But
it's true, isn't it, that I have usually been right?
Abba Khan: I reject all malevolent and repre-
hensible asseversntions that I am congenitally in-
capable of communicating my cerebrations in other
than lofty prose.
Giinnar JafriMg;! Hoth sides are stubborn and
unwilling to listen to reason. I think the United
Nations ought to withdraw from the issue and let
them shoot it out.
V Thant: The Israelis are stubborn and unwill-
ing to listen to reason. Why do they always rr.al
me look like a damn fool?
Zalnian Shazar: If J can say it in, 30 minute,
why limit myself to five?
Rabbi Shlnnio Goren: When I am elected chi.
rabbi of Israel then you'll hear how I can really
blow the shofar!
American Tourist: The hotels are expensive, tl
food mediocre, the people rude, the service bad an 1
the weather unbearable. But Israel is a wondTfii'
country and I can't wait to get back there again.
Yitzhak Ben Aharon: If our capitalist support-
ers in the United States ever find out what tl
Histadrut is sure would be in a fix!
Nahuin Goldmann: As a citizen of Switzcrlai -
I am in a much-better position to have an objects
view of Israel's politics.
My daughter, Ruth: My father sure has a i
of nerve, commenting and criticizing the way hj
does every week, as if he is an expert on ever
thing!
As We Were Saying:
By ROBERT E. SEGAL
Countdown For Housing Issue
IkJK.MIiKRS OF THE Queens Jewish Community Coun-
cil Inc. have a tremendous fright. They are scared
to think that the city government agencies dealing with
housing, with the backing of the federal
department of Housing and Urban De-
velopment, are actually going ahead
with plans for building three 24-story
buildings providing 840 apartments for
low income families right in the middle
class section of Forest Hills. Queens.
All America itself has an even bigger
headache over housing needs, housing
decay, and housing failures. Whereas
the National Commission on Urban Problems, after care-
1
Our Film Folk
By HERBERT G. IUFT
Mia To Play Aniko
IRRENT!.Y IN LONDON to complete the
screen comedy The Public Eye" with Chaim
Topol as her none-too-romantic co-star, Mia Far-
row flies next to Israel to portray
the title role of "Aniko" in Men-
ahem Golan's forthcoming World
War II epic dealing with the leg-
endary Hanna Senesh who sacri-
fice's herself for the Allied cause
and for Israel. A native of Hun-
gary she had escaped to Palestine
to avoid persecution. Returning to
her homeland with the British
Army, she parachuted into Budapest in an attempt
to sabotage the shipment of Jews to the extermina-
tion centers. Caught by native collaborators, Hanna
was executed by the Facist blackshirts.
Several plays have been written by Israeli and
American authors to immortalize Hanna Senesh
who is known as "Aniko" to the little people in her
adopted country and worshipped as the Jewish Joan
of Arc. Hanna also is known as a poet and her
works are read in the schools of Eretz Israel.
The current picture will be produced in conjunc-
tion with John Hyman of London, himself the son
of a Jewish refugee who hails from Frankfurt and
whom we met last year in the British capital during
the press screening of the Richard Harris starrer.
"Bloomfield." The contemplated film will be bud-
geted at $2.5 million with the financing supplied by
a joint US-UK group. Rod Steiger is sought for the
role of the unyielding Hungarian police chief who is
determined to crush the anti-Nazi underground.
This is the first attempt of Menahem Golan to
direct a truly international film in the English lan-
guage, though he received worldwide recognition
with the Hebrew picture, "Sallah." which cata-
pulted Topol to fame and fortune in 1965. Golan is
currently completing, strictly for homo consump-
tion "Katz and Carasso," a variation of "Abie's
Irish Rose" with Ashkenazi and Sephardic families
replacing the protagonists of the original. Shmue]
Rodensky, who appeared on the stage of Tel Aviv
and Germany as Tevye and repeated the role in
the non-musical picture made by Arthur Brauner in
conjunction with Golan, plays one of the leads of
"Katz an: Carasso," with Yossef Shiloah, Yuda
Barkan and Gadi Yagil.
O'opyriKht tn"2, Jewish Telegrnphir AgWICy)
fu! study, says 11 million units are needed to house the
nation's poor and moderate-income families, only about
1") million such units have been built. Worse still, some
31 million new units of this nature are needed over
the next seven years. And adding woe to woe, the gov-
ernment itself what with urban renewal, the construc-
tion of highways, demolitions on public housing sites, etc.
has actual!) been destroying more housing for the poor
than government at all levels has built for the poor.
One Queens resident quoted in late November by
the New York Times, put the Issue in a fascinating cap-
su'(.. "Those of us who are law-abiding, tax-paying, hard-
working citizens," she said, "are having our rights taken
away from us because we do not loot stores, throw rocks,
or attack police." Less dramatically but not much more
accurately, Dr. Alvin M. Lashinsky, president of the
Queens Jewish Community Council, was quoted as assert-
ing that, "they (the government) haven't built any low
income housing in middle income areas that are not
Jewish."
Tre butt of much of the criticism in the Queens
ruspute Mayor John Lindsay -has said: "In the final
analysis, this is a fundamental test and will be so viewed
nationally as to whether those who argue for integrated
communities have the courage of their convictions." So
some of those who have been picketing along the edg"s of
the Queens low-income site are not out to impeach Mr.
Lindsay,
Neither Mayor Lindsay nor Dr. Lashinsky is going
to win the battle of Forest Hills. Jerry Birbach, president
of the Forest Hills Residents Association, so vigorous in
its opposition to the project, isn't going to win the fight
either. And the same holds for James E. Robinson, the
head of the Corona-East Elrahuist, Queens branch of the
NAACP, who insists that those opposing construction of
the project 'are. looking for polarization."
For the real winners once again will be the political
figures who. both by prejudicial action and cowardly in-
action, have blunted the edge of city, state, and fe.ieral
laws designed to end the tragedy attending so many
efforts to provide adequate, sound, and sanitary housing
for that much-maligned one-third of our people who were
ill-housed in Franklin's day and remain so today.
Scores of sound proposals for providing suitable
housing for the poor, and for those in the lower middle-
income brackets, have been advanced over the years since
military men returning from World War II found it so
difficult to obtain homes. But many who have the final
say in housing construction maters, i.e., the elected and
appointed officials, have lacked the moral clout to do the
hi ;.d necessary to meet the desperate housing require-
ments of the Impoverished in the wealthiest land civiliza-
tion has ever known.
Book Review By SEYMOUR B. LIEBMAN
Several Paperbacks
THE PAPERBACK Let My People Go, edited and
compiled by Richard Cohen (Popular Li'ii -
$1.25) contains tactual material on Soviet discrimi-
nation against Jews, excerpts fi m
Jewish underground publicat.
and excerpts from eye-witness re-
ports on Jews imprisoned for
"anti-Sir. let activities." The book
deserved the sub-title: "Todu s
Documentary Story of So.
Jewry's Struggle to. b# Free."
Truth and V*-uce in the Middle
Baal i>y Arnold M. Soloway. Ed
Caaa and Gerald Caplan (American Jewish C
gross and Anti-Defamation League of B'nai Bi
$1.25) is an excellent analysis of the Quaker Repo I
published under the misleading title. "Search
Peace." The distortions of the truth of the 'fee I
loving sect" who acted as more than a devil's advo-
cate and the overwhelming evidence of anti-Israel
bias is revealed by the admission of Dr. Boiling, edi-
tor of the report, that the Quakers received U.S.
government suggestions that a "pro-Arab slant is
required." Prof, stone of the University of Sydney,
yho conferred with Boiling, confirms that Boiling
"tended to agree" with those suggestions. It may be
well within the realm of possibility that the pro-
Arab staff of our State Department sought Quaker
support in favor of the ill-conceived Rogers plan
and that the Quaker report was even subsidized
from secret funds such as those of the Central In-
telligence Agency.
Growing Up Clean in America by Joseph S
Lobenthal, Jr. .Pocket Books $.95) is an attempt to
be a guide to the legal complexities of being a
young, protesting militant American. The language is
elementary and the thoughts simplistic. It should
be entitled. "The Young Rioters Handbook" because
inherent throughout the book is the theme that con-
frontation with the law is inevitable and "good
guys" never meet the fuzz.
I'p From the Depression by Dr. Leonard Cam-
mer .Pocket Books $.9.-) explains what mental
depression is, how recognize the symptoms and
what to do when depression strikes a member of
the family. The author is a fellow of the American
Psychiatric Assn.
Yiddish Literature by Charles Madison Schock-
en Books, $4,951 is a masterful work. The author
has analyzed the scope of his field and examines the
major writers from Mendele Mokher Sforim to
Isaac B. Singer. It is a thick book and the author
has chosen excellent illustrations from each writer
to illustrate his various points on humor, pathos and
Philosophy. In the chapter on Sholem Asch. one can
find that traces of an antipathy to the God of the
Jews was hinted at decades before Arch became the
darling of the Christians.

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Paqe 15-A
IEGAL NOTKi
COUNTY JUDGES COURT
ID FOR DADE COUNTY,
uORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-4870
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
KB: Estate of
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C1IEL GOLD
d.
Iltom and All Person'. Bav-
in i>r Demands Against Bald
re hereby nntifid and re-
resent any claims und de-
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of RACHEL COLD DAVI-
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Ue of
i- sed hit.- of Dade County, Florida,
1 'he C"itiii> Jutlm-s of Dade Coun-
' and, flu- tin same in duplicate und
"" >d in Section 733.16. Florida
hi their offices in the. Coun-
house in l>ade County, Flo-
lni. fix calendar months from
of the first publication hcrc-
sume will be barred.
at Miami. Florida, this 9tli
ecemHT. AD. 1971.
JOHN DAVISON
As Executor
Klrjt publication of this notice on
Hi-- iWfc day "i December. 1971.
vRKBILVEIt-STEIN
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lutes, in their offices in the County
i Dade County, Florida,
'liln 3a calendar months from tin
lie first publication hereof,
will be barred,
at .Miami. Florida, this 30th
(ember, A.D. 1971,
ROE J TALIANoFF
As Executor
bllcatlon of this nctlce on
v of January, 1972,
FF & RADER
for
Dora Schwartz
In Road
ach. Flu.
I 7-14-21-18
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
NATIONAL CONTRACT LAMPS at
791 \V. 25th Street. Hialeah. Florida
int. n.ls to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
EXCITING PHODl'CTS MBX3. CORP.
Ll'RAI.INE PlliiDl'iTS CO.
By: DAVID K. BTONH
' '" Attorney/Agent
STONE & SOSTCHIN
Attorneys for
Exciting Products Mfg. Corp.
& l.uraline Products Co.
101 N.W. 12th Ave.
Miami. Florida 33130
1/7-14-21-2*
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 71-24108
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
THE MARRIAGE OF:
W1IJJAM L. CAMPBELU
Petitioner
and
BEATRICE CAMPBEU,
Respondent
TO: BEATRICE CAMPBELL
922 Fuchee SL
Greensboro, North Carolina
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
rage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, If any, to It
on HOWARD F. l'LI*MAN, attorney
for Petitioner, whose address is 350
Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Florida,
and file the original with the clerk
of the above styled court on or be-
fore January 19. 1972; otherwise a
default will he entered against you
for the relief demanded in the com-
plaint or petition
This notice shall be published once
each w.-.-U for tour consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORTDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami, Florida on
Hiis iith day .if December, 1971.
i: B. LEA THERM AN,
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By: I. SNEEDEN
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
HOWARD F, PL I.MAN
Law Office of Robert li Burns
350 Lincoln Road
1 Attorn.-y for Petitioner
.Miami Beach Florida
531-1941
12 -17-24-31 1 1
NOTICE UNDER
TITIOUS NAME LAW
IK IS HEREBY GIVEN that
signed, desiring to engage In
nder the fictitious name. o(
I. GREKNHEItG. MI), at
Dupont'Ptasa Center, Miami
to register said name w:ilh
of (he Circuit Court of Dade
"lorida
.1. GREENBERO. M D.. PA
.STEEN
for applicant
ni piaza Center
la 18181 '
12 lT-_-1-::t i 7
OTICE OF ACTION
STRU CTIVE. SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
NTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
LORIDA.- IN AND FOR ,.
DADE COUNTY.'
L.ACTION NO- 71-2373i -.
__ION FOR DISSOLUTION
I OF MARRIAGE
HE:
V iBPKKK PETITIONER
sad
^ KIND I! ED. RESPONDENT
iORIH KINDRED
Branson Avenue
Jka, Alabama
YO^PJAIM-: HEREBY NOTIFIED
it aHBiii.ui for Dissolution of Mar-
'k'e V5 been filed against you and
u f B r.-quii. d to serve a copy of
fjtten defenses, If any, to It
aMAR AND LURID LAW OF-
l-'l(3^B^Pn.ii n. ys for Petitioner, whose
add^sB is 4854 Northwest Seventh
AvaP^sff Miami, Florida 33127, and
file I original with the clerk of
the Bvi- styled court on or before
.i.uiI^bS 2t>th, 1972; otherwise rte-
' lult^sall l,e entered against you foi
ilie^p^fcf demanded in the complaint
or aa^Bon.
ntlcc shall be published once
.-"-a sack for four consecutive weeks
In IfdXJKWISlI FLORIDIAX.
ESS my hand and the seal
if a^sf court at .Miami, Florida oil
tliiSa^Bday of December. 1971
11 LEATHERMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Court
I>ade County. Florida
By: N. A. HEWETT
As Deputy Clerk
H'irjfB Courl Seal)
)IAW D. I.IR1K. ESQPIRE
HAf^B AND 1,1-RIE
I.AY** Ofi-'ii i;s
4H.r)4^Bfc- 7th Avenue
.Mi.-ua^tFli'iida 33127
.utoaBlV 'or Petitioner
_^^^ 12/10-17-24-31
COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
ID FOR DADE COUNTY,
.ORIDA in PROBATE
*o. 70-4428 (Blanton)
&TICE TO CREDITORS
In KM.iti- ni
NEB goldin
ed.
ToJ editors and All Persons llav-
'8 kW1' '" Demands Against Said
Os^T_
Xflt' hereby notified and re-
uir*JB present nil) claims ami !-
Inch you n .y have against
of NELLIE GOIJMN de-
le of Dade County, Florida,
unty Judges of Dade Coun-
fllO the same In duplicate
angj SjSprovliled in Sect inn 733.1C,
1 ''['"M tatutes. In their offices In
"'* H*y t'OU1''bouse ill Dade Coun-
, ^Bn> within si> calendar months
'"J time of the first publication
r the same will be barred.
_ t Miami, Florida, this atli
'!' Hcember. A.D. 1071.
RICHARD GOI.DTN
As Administrator
ulillcation of this notice on
Hie !;-> of December, 1971.
A KHISTUL
''fjB lose & Aldrich
fur Administrator
J"ll'st Ave
12/17-21-31 1.7
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
.." No. 71-1589
(JOHN R. BLANTON)
NOTICE TO "OREDITORS
In RE: Kstato of
MELVIN BENDER
Deceased,
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You .are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate bf .mf.I.vIn RENDER de-
ceased late of Dado County, Florida,
id tne County Judges of Dad.- Coun-
ty, ii'iiil iile Uie same in duplivrilc
'add as provided in Bectiop 733.16,
l-'loriiUv .Siatutes. in their offltes In
il-.- County Courthouse in Hade Coun-
ty. rjk.nda, within six calendar
'months from the time of the first
publication hereof, or the same will
I-. barred.
Mat.il at Miami. Florida, tlilt 28rd
lay of Dei ember, A 11 1971.
ROSE BEXDER
As Executrix
Plrst publication of this notice on
the ::lsi day of December. i7l
SPARBER, ZEMEL. ROSKIN AND
HEILBRONNER
PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATP IN
Attorneys for Executrix
100 North Blscayne Blvd.,
Miami. Florida
12 :ii l 7-14-31
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 71-23223
PETITION FOR ADOPTION
IN RE: The Adoption of
.II'LIK ANNE BAKER,
a minor
By DAVID L. EINFEI.DT and
EVELYN E E1NFELDT. his Wife.
Petitioners
RONALD I. BAKER
C/O KNEW Radio Station
r,K Jack London Square
Oakland, California 94607
YOP ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an notion for Petition For Adop-
tion has been filed against you and
v.iu are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if nny, to it
on KWITNEY & KROOP. attorneys
for Petitioner, whose address is 420
Uncorn Road, Miami Beach, Florida,
and file the original with the clerk
of the above styled court on or be-
fore January 12, 1972: otherwise n de-
fault will be entered against you for
the relief demanded In the petition.
This notice shnll be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH F1/1R1DIAN.
WITNESS my hand nnd the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on this
3rd day of December. 1971.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade Comity. Florida
By: L SNEEDEN
As Deputy Clerk
ii 'in uit Court Seal)
KWITNICY ft KIKHJP
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Reach. Florida 33139
Attorneys for Petitioners
12 10-17-24-31
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business u'ndor the fictitious name
Of FIBAH INSURANCE AGENCY at
l'.i W Flagler Street, Suite (i:M, Miami
Intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Floi Ids,
isa VC HABIF
l_' 10-17-24-31
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 71-24334
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
WILLIAM HEVWOOD,
Husband,
and
IDA AGNES HEYWOOD,
Wife
YOU IDA AGNES HEYWOOD. res-J
idence uiiKiiown. ARE HEREBY NO-
TIFIED to file your written defenses
to this divorce with the Court's Clerk
and serve a copy upon Plaintiffs At-
torneys, VON ZA.MKT SMITH, 1512
Capital Hank Dldg., Miami, Ploridn
on or before ttte 2Sth day of Jan.,
11"72. else the Complaint will be taken
as confessed."
DATED Dec. IB. 1971.
B. H. LEATHERMAN. CLERK
By: R. M. KISSEE
ltapuly Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
_________________________12/24-311 /1-U
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL
COIJJ3GB OF OPHTHAI-MIC OP-
TICS at 168 8.E. 1st St. Km. 306.
Miami 33131 Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
PHILIP FRIEDER
12/34-J1 1/7-14
I
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in ;
business under the fictitious name of
1.1 TOUHS at '.'24 Blscayne Boulevard,1
Miami. Florida intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
VAL-U-TRAVBL, INC.
MICHAEL P. CHASE
Attorney for Val-U-Travel, Inc.
I't'.i. S W Third Avenue
Miami, Florida 33129
12/31 1/7-14-21
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
NO. 71-23907
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN RE:
THE MARRIAGE OF WILLIAM
FROME. IirSRAND. AND
HILDA FROME, WIFE
TO: WILLIAM FROME
8.'.-:i7 58th Avenue
Elnihurst, New York 11,173
You are hj-reby notified that a Pe-
tition for Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you, and you are
required to serve a copy of your An-
swer or other oleadlng to the said
Petition on tile "Petitioner's attorney,
SHELDON N. LB1LCHUK, 19 West
Flagler Street, Miami, Florida 13130,
and file the original Answer or Other
pleading in the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court on or before Hi
24th day of Jan. 1S72. if you fail to
do so, judgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded in the Petition.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 101h day of Dec., A.D.
1971.
E B, LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida
By: R. M. KISSEE
Deputy Clerk
SHELDON N. LEtCHCK
Attorney for petitioner
19 W. Flagler Street
Miami. Florida SSI30
Tel.: 80S 377-!>742
12 i7-2t-:u 1 '7
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
(he undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
it CRl.'ISES AND TRAVEL at 924
Blscayne Boulevard, Miami, Florida
intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dude
County, Florida.
VAL-U-TRAVEL. INC,
MICHAEL P. CHASE
Attorney for Vnl-IT-Travel. Inc.
1900 B.W. Third Avenue
.Miami, Florida 3^129
12/31 1/7-14-81
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
SUNSHINE CARPET SERVICE at
1380 N.K 156th Street, North Miami
Reach, in. intends to register said
:..inn- with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
godoFREDO PUPO
JOEL ROBRISH
Attorney for applicant
888t Oak Avenue
Coconut Grove. Fl. 33133
12/31 1 7-14-21
N THt COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-4235 (Primm)
In RE: Estate of
HARRY L. KAGAN
Deceased
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED
IN THE ESTATE OF SALD
DECEDENT.
You are hereby notified that a
written instrument purporting to be
the last will and testament of said
decedent has been atlmitted to pro-
bale in said COWL You are hereby
commanded within six calendar
months from the date of the first
publication of this notice to appear
in said Court and show cause, if any
you can, why the action of said
Court in admitting said will to pro-
bale should not stand unrevoked.
ELLIOTT HARRIS
Attorney for Executor,
Jefferson National Bank
7145 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach, Florida 33141
ARTHIR W. PRIMM.
County Judge
By: LOIS F. PASTORFIELD
Clerk
C. J. Seal
First publication of this notice on
the 17th day of December, 1971.
12/17-24-31 1,7
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND
FOR THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
NO. 71-23876
NOTICE OF ACTION
BY PUBLICATION
THE MARRIAGE OF
.WILLIAM F. THOMPSON,
Petitioner,
GCNKVIEVV. THOMPS' IN",
Respondent,
82-41 2o4ih Pla. .-
TO: tlENEVlEVE THOMPSON
Queens Village, L.I..N.Y.
Yin ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for dissolution .! mar-
riage has b.K-o filed against you find
you are required t>> serve a <.py of
your -\\iitti-ii del.-nstis if any, to ii
on David's. RUMBLE, ESQ. At-
torney for Petition.-i, ai :i.",n Lincoln
Road. Miami Beach, Florida, 83139, on
or before, January Is, 1H7-. and file
the original with the Clerk of this
Courl either before service pn Peti-
tioner's attorney or Immediately
thereafter: otherwise a tlrlsllU |irill
be entered against you for the relief
demanded in the Petition.
WITNESS, mj hand and the seal
of this Court on the IOth day of
December. 1971.
E. B. LEATHERMAN
Cl.-rk of the Court
By: 1, SNEEDEN
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal!
DAVIDS. Kl'MBLE. ESQ.
Attorney for Petitioner
350 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
Tel. 531-1241
12/17-24-31 1'7
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-5553
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
I i: \TRICE D. LEVIN
11. ceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Betate:
Vou are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
tlie estate of LBATRICE D. LEVIN
deceased lat.- .if Daile County, Flor-
ida, to the County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same in dupli-
cate and as prnvid.-d in Section 7:::;
16. Florida statutes, in their offices in
the County Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within six calendar
months from the time of the first pub-
lication hereof, or the sumo will be
barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 21st
day of December. A.D. 1971.
HAROLD Sol.oMON
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
the LMth d-ay of December, 1971.
SAMt'EL GOI.DSTEfN. E8Q
Goldman, Goldstein ^- Pacaler
Attorney for Executor
2401 West Flagler street
Miami, l-'la., 33185941-2411
12 :Jt-21 1 7-11
IN THE COUN1 f JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-5466
(FRANK B DOWLING)
'NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Bstale of
M \ BEL 11' i'1'TI.11 :i:
1 ice, as. d.
in Ail Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Bald
Estnte:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which y..ii moy have against
tin- estate of MABEL GOTTLIEB
deceased late of Dad.- County. Flor-
ida, to the County Judges of Dade
County, aiid file tin- same In dupli-
cate and as provided in section 7:!::.-
16, Florida Statutes, in their offices In
the County Courthouse hi Dade Coun-
ty, Florida. within six calendar
months from the time of the first
publication her,-,it, or the same will
in- barred,
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 17th
day of December, A.D 1971.
CORRINE It GOODMAN
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the 24th day of D......mber. 1971.
WHINER AND WEISENl'ELD P.A.
By Joseph J. Welsenfeld
Attorney for
Conine It. Goodman. Executrix
237:1 Collins Avenue
.Miami Beach 33139
11/84-11 1 7-14
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THB
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 71-23797
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: MARRIAGE OF:
GERARDO JESUS SUARBZ,
Husband,
and
JACQUELINE SUARBZ,
Wife.
TO: JACQUELINE SIARKZ. WIPE
SPECIFIC RESIDENCE:
UNKNOWN
in Bogota. Colombia,
So. America
YOU ARE. HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution ol Mar-
riage lias been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written del.-uses, ii any, to it
on jack J. WEISS, ESQ., uttorney
i',r Petitioner, whose address is M4
s.w. 1st Street, -Miami, Florida, SS130
(377-9471), and file the original with
the clerk of the above styled court on
or before January L'ist. 1972: other-
wise a default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded in the
complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four qonseeutive weeks
in THE JEWISH PLOIUDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on tlua
9th day of December. 1971
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By: N. A. HEWETT
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court S.all
JACK J. WEISS, BSQ.
I4 S.W. 1st Street
Miami. Florida
Attorney for Petitioner
12 i7-21-::i 1 7
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF.THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 71-23J42
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN HE: THE MARRIAGE OF:
Jl'DTTH IAIRRAINE BELTS,
Wife
and
PAUL RICHARD HULTS,
'Respondent '
TO: PAIL RICHARD HPLTS
70S Front Street '
New Richmond, Ohio
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has b.en filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, il any, to it
on DAVID E, STONE, attorney for
Petitioner, whose address is 101 N.W.
12th Avenue. Miami, Florida, and file
the original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before Jan.
14. 1972; otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the reliof de-
manded in the complaint or petition.
This notice shall he published ioDce
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on this
2pd das of Dec., 1971.
E H LEATHERMAN.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dad.- County. Florida '
Bj R M KISSEE
As Deputy Clerk
(Circiiii Court Seal)
David E stone
STONE a SOSTCHIN
l"l N.W. 12th Avenue
Miami. Florida 32130 258-4222
Attorney for Petitioner
12 10-17-24-21
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 71-23954
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
in RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
CRUZ A. SOTO
and
HETTY l-OF SOTO.
TO: CRUZ A. SOTO
c/o Feliclla Riviera Jimenez
Boson No. 697 A. Ruta I
Aquadilla. Imerto Rico
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, If nny, to it
on I/H'is R. BEI.LER. attorney for
Petitioner, whose address is 420 Lin-
coln Read. Suite 23S, Miami Reach,
Florida M1S, PSA., and file the
original with the clerk of the above
styled court on or before January
19th. 1972: otherwise a default will
be entered against you for the relief
demanded hi the complaint or peti-
tion.
This notice shall he published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami, Florida on
this ISth day of December. 1971
E B. LEATHERMAN,
As Cb-rk, Circuit Court
Dad. County, Florida
By: l. SNEEDEN
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Courl Seal)
I mis R SELLER
4l'h Lin. nlii Road, Suite 2:19
.Miami Beach. Florida :'.::i:l9
attornei for Petitioner
i^ 17-24-31 i 7
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 71-23834
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
| OF MARRIAGE
' IN RE: The Marriage of
TBOFILA DAYOI B, Wife
and
ALFREDO DAV.nn Husband
TO: ALFREDO DAYOUB
RESII lENCE: UNKNI IWN
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an actinn for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a cops of
I your written defenses, if anv. to it
mi SEYMOUR M. LIT.MA.N. attorney
for Petitioner, tvhosi address is ii"i
West Flagler Street. Miami. Flor-
ida, and file the original with the
clerk of the above styled court on
or before Jan. 81, 1978, otherwise a
default will be enti r.-d against you
for the relief demanded in the com-
plaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami, Florida on
this 9th day of December. 1971.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By: R. M. KISSEL
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Senli
SEYMOUR M. LITMAN
1401 West Flagler Street
-Miami. Florida 33136
Attorney for Petitioner
12 17-24-31 1/7
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-4169
(JUDGE JOHN R. BLANTON)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Estate of
sol BROUN8TEIN,
Dei-eased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claim* or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of SOL BROENSTEIN.
deceased late of Dade County, Flor-
ida, to the County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same in dupli-
cate and as provided in Se.-tini 7::" -
18, Florida Statutes, In their offices
in the County Courthouse In Ihule
County, Florida, within sl\ calendar
months from the time of the first
publication hereof, or the same will
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 7III
be barred,
day of D.....-mber, AD 1971.
EDWARD SKOLNIK
As Kxeciitor
ZEV W. KOCAN
As Adininistrator C.T.A.
First publication of this notice on
the 17th dnv "f December. 1971
SIMON, HAYS \- ORUNDWBRO
Attorney ror P.-rsonai Representative
ion Kinsley Building
Miami, Florida 33132
12 17-24-31 '. 7


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"denvish Floridian
Miami, Florida Friday, January 7, 1972
Section B
Ge. Elazar New
Chief Of Staff
TEL AVIV (JTA) The com-
mand of Israel's armed forces
changed hands Saturday when
Gen. David "Dado" Elazar, who
commanded Israel's successful
assault on the Golan Heights in
1967, became chief of staff, suc-
ceeding Gen. Haim Barlev, who
has held that post for four years,
one year longer than normal.
The 46-year-old Yugonlavian-
born Elazar, Israel's ninth chief
of staff, paid a courtesy call on
President Zalnian Shazar after
his appointment became official.
Gen. Elazar settled in Pales-
tine in 1940 under the Youth
Aliyah program and joined
Palmach, the elite brigade of
the Jewish defense force, Ha-
ganah. He rose to the rank of
colonel in Israel's Army in 1956
and became Barlev's second in
command in 1967 as chief of the
General Headquarters Branch.
Gen. Barlev. 47, was also born
In Yugoslavia where he and Ela-
zar were members of the Ha-
shomer Hatxalr Zionist youth
movement. His retirement yes-
terday ended a SO-year military
career. After an extended leave
he will enter the Cabinet as
New Yiddish Daily
Paper Is Launched
NEW YORK (JTA The
day after the closing of the Day-
Jewish Journal, leaving only the
Forward as the nation's major
daily Yiddish newspaper, a new
Yiddish daily was launched here
under the name Yiddische Zei-
tung (The Yiddish Newspaper).
Its publisher is Sender Deutsch,
a 50-year-old native of Czechos-
lovakia who has published Der
Yid for 19 years and Der Yid-
dischcr Kval (The Jewish Foun-
tain I for five years. Each has a
circulation of about 7,030.
Mr. Deutsch distributed 11.-
500 copies of Yiddische Zeitung
yesterday in four or five bor-
oughs, but said it was too early
to determine how many had been
sold. He edits and offsets all
three papers at Deutsch Print-
ing and Publishing Company, a
Brooklyn firm of which he is
president.
Mr. Deutsch, a New Yorker
for 23 years, told the JTA he
expects the Yiddische Zeitung
to cost him $250,000 the first
year and hopefully less there-
after. He said the 15-cent four-
pager would seek to attract both
the older and younger genera-
tions of Orthodox New Yorkers.
It will cover "all news." with
emphasis on Jewish news, and
will appear daily except for
Saturdays and Jewish holidays.
Der Yid was described as a
"religious political biweekly"
with a "strong" position on
Zionism, and Der Yiddischer
Kval as an "education and fam-
ily" journal.
Minister of Commerce and In-
dustry, a portfolio presently
held by Finance Minister Pinhas
Sapir.
The new number two man in
Israel's Army is Gen. Israel Tal,
who has succeeded Gen. Elazar
as head of the General Head-
quarters Branch. Gen. Tal, a
47-year-old sabra, served in the
British Army during World War
II. He fought in the ranks of the
Jewish brigade in Italy, in Is-
rael's War of Independence, the
1956 Sinai campaign and during
the Six-Day War commanded the
northern arm of the Israeli pin-
cer drive that pierced Egyptian
defenses and reached the Suez
Canal.
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Cyclotron Delivered
To Mf. Sinai Hospital
The world's largest medi-
cal cyclotron (the fifth in
existence) was delivered to
Mount Sinai Medical Center,
4300 Alton Rd., Miami Beach, ;
Tuesday.
The cyclotron, which ar-
rived by truck was assem-
bled on a platform behind
a special chamber construct-
ed to house it, located di-
recently west of the main
building. Following assem-
bly, it was wheeled1 into the
chamber, and immediately
sealed by construction of a
! lix-foot-thick, lead-reinforced
wall.
Synagogue's Shift
Points Up Impact
Of Change In Area
ORLANDO (JTA) The im-
pact of a changing neighborhood
on the status of a long-established
synagogue is vividly illustrated in
the reasons for the decision of
central Florida's first synagogue.
Congregation Ohev Shalom, to
shift from downtown Orlando to
the eastern part of the city where
most Orlando Jews have moved.
Repairs to the 53-year-old syna-
gogue, which its rabbi has called
"too old, too small and too far
away from where the Jewish com-
munity now lives," had been cost-
ing up to $1,000 annually during
the past 10 years. The increased
distance between homes of He-
brew and Sunday school pupils and
the Conservative synagogue have
brought a drop of 10-15% class
attendance each year for the past
three years. During that period
there has been no net gain in the
membership of 253 families. Rabbi
Rudolph J. Adlcr reported.
The synagogue was purchased
in October by a Baptist church
and the synagogue's education
building was put up for sale.
Plans are being made to construct
a new synagogue in the eastern
part of Orlando where two other
synagogues had earlier moved
their facilities.
While the new synagogue is be-
ing built, Ohev Shalom services
are being conducted in the audi-
torium of the Kinncret, a high-
rise Jewish-sponsored apartment
house. Rabbi Adler said prelimi-
nary plans call for a one-story
synagogue building with a chapel
seating from 250 to 750 persons.
Dr. and Mrs. Alexander Sheff of Miami Beach, (left) receive
congratulations from television commentator David Schoen-
brun after being named trustees of Israel for 1972. The
Sheffs, leaders in Israel Bond drives of past years, were
among the nearly 2,000 guests attending the special New
Year's celebration dinner in the Fontainebleau Hotel Sun-
day where Mr. Schoenbrun was the guest speaker. The
dinner netted $507,000 in Bond sales.
Samuel Friedland To Chair
Synagogue Council Dinner
Samuel N. Friedland, chairman
of the board of Temple Emanu-El
and founder of Food Fair Stores,
will serve as chairman of the na-
tional Dinner of Tribute to Dr.
Irving Lehrman Feb. 6. Sponsored
by the Synagogue Council of Amer-
ica, the event will honor the first
Floridian ever elected president
of the Synagogue Council, which
represents the combined synagogal
and rabbinical organizations of
Conservative. Orthodox and Re-
form Judaism in the United
States. .
Mr. Friedland, president of
Mount Sinai Hospital of Miami
Beach, has worked closely with
Dr. Lehrman since the rabbi
moved here almost 29 years ago
to head Temple Emanu-El. A
past president of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation and former
Greater Miami and Florida chair-
man for State of Israel Bonds, he
served for many years as presi-
dent of Temple Emanu-El and is a
national leader of the Jewish The-
ological Seminary of America.
The Feb. 6 event, which will be
held in the Friedland Ballroom of
the synagogue, 1701 Washington
Ave., also will mark the installa-
tion of charter members of the
Society of Fellows of the Syna-
gogue Council of America, a na-
tional organization headed by
Samuel J. Halperin of Miami
Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. Halperin, who
were to host a Thursday night re-
ception at their home, at which
final plans for the Dinner of Trib-
ute were to be made, are active
members of Temple Emanu-El, the
Synagogue Council of America and
numerous other Jewish and non-
sectarian organizations.
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Outbreak of Anti-Semitism In
| Naples Is Source Of Concern
ROME (JTA) A recrudes-
cence of anti-Semitic activities
in Naples has become a source
of serious concern to the Italian
Jewish community and to the
government.
Naples police are Investigat-
ing a series of anti-Semitic acts
and threats, and the pro-Nazi
activities of a neo-Fascist group
thought to be involved in the
bombing of the Milano Agricul-
tural Bank three years ago
which killed 14 persons.
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Beersheba's Mavor To Take

Part In Histadrut Conclave
Aged (oupio cms The v0jCes Four At Temple Emanu El
Oat 1 Meal Daily,
Buys Israel Bonds
The .-na;r,: of JX-rshr-ba. Israel
Dmtie County's sister city as
Metro I
--
MAYO* HLAHU HAVI
Inn peal will fly h
n h to take perl ta the -.'nth
nm hi International Mld-Wintei
nference ,'. the Israel Hista-
' F ition.
Announcement ol Mayor F.liahu
H m Bde by
Moe Levin, president, and Samuel
Feinstein. chairman of the hoard
.- Kraer Hista :: I Grand] of
I-'jorida. hosts to the yearly
j e.
*The 1972 ter for:
. be heW Feb. 15-17 at the
Fontainebleau Hotel in Mia-1
Mayor Steve Clark of
Dade County is scheduled to be
1 B nand to welcome Mayor NbvL
The two men took part in last
ner's dedication of the South
Florida Medical Center in Eeer-
sheba. capital city of the Negev
Israel's desert region.
The medical center in Beershe-
Si includes the Lillian and Leon
Krotrish Medical Clinic, named in
h..nur of l>r. and Mrs. Kronish of
1 emple Beth Sholom. and the'
Steve Clark Medical Clinic, named
in honor of the mayor who long
has been a champion of Israel.
Soldier, lawyer, scholar and a
judge. Mayor Navi is one of the
younger generation of Jews from
the Oriental countries who is tak-
ing a leading role in the life of
modern Israel.
In 1957 Mr. Navi wai appoint-
ir. Beersheba. the fust
h post in the Negev. In 1963
ss elected .Mayor of Beershe-
n the Hapai ticket.
He and his wife. Bruria. who
'ami' from Germany an English teacher, have three
'laughters.
6th ANNUAL
Palm Beach Antique Show
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JANUARY 13-14-15, 1972
Thursday, Friday: 1-10 P.M.
Saturday: 1-6 P.M.
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We're not suggesting
you give up vitamin pills
for prunes. All we're saying
is, Sunswect Prunes have
many important vitamins.
Like A and B-l,B-2and
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Calcium, plenty of iron,
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F8 yean ..: t modest]}
on the small monthij Income
receive from Social Security
But Mr. tr.d Mrs. Kessler were
concerned about Israel's future
and they decided to do something
to help. So some months ajo. they
began eating two meals a day in-
stead of tksse. They very carefully
put SSide the money they saved on
food each day and when it reached
S500. they invested it in State of 1
Israel Bonds. "I wish I could
write this check (or S5 billion in-
stead of 8500." wrote Mr. Kes. For Mr and Mrs. Kessler, the
purchase of Israel Bonds was an
act of fa.th. They had waited hair
a Ufet ) witness the rebirth
I Ok.- Jewish state. Deep in their
hear;- thej knew that Israel's
lid havi- 11 b
country- was to sur-
as a homeland for the Jew.
Lsh p t their m rney
hearts and in-
I in Israi
The Voices Four,' billed as
Fifth D will
open ".' --..- Emanu-Efc 1972 Cul-
tural Series ;' in the
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Beach. The

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There are still a II
available at the
temple office, according to Dr.
Shi man P. Ka thm, chairman.
Patron* of the Cultural
1 are invited to a priva- h tit ion
': Man arm the p
ance Leonard Xilbort and Mrs.
F Thau are cocha
the 1 ::imittee.
Maccohee Lodge Meeting Set
Mari-abee Lod^e No. 257< B nai
B'rith is having an open meeting
Tuesday, Jan. 18 at 7:30 p.m. in
the Forte Towers ajdi
1200 West Awe. Mis. Saia Hel-
fand will review "The Giai:,l,.
bv Steiihen Birmingham.
Happenings
The staff of the Miami Phil-
harmonic will move from Coral
Gables to their new home on
the 10th floor of the Olympia
Theater Building at 174 E.
Flagler St. Friday, Dale Ileapps.
general manager, has announc-
ed. The Olympia Theatre will
becon nent new home this fall.
Harold F. Perry. Jr.. | resident
of the Community National
Bank and Trust Company. Bal
Harbour, has announced the
promotion of Roiwrt J. Oracle*
from assistant vice president to
vice president and Sara <'. l-o>ii
from assistant cashier to assist-
ant vice president.
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Florida Slate Representative
Lewis B. Whitworth. .|r.. will he
honored with a 10th Anniver-
sary Appieciation dinner at Mi-
ami Springs Villas Jan. 21, it
has been announced.
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-M And Technion Cosponsoring
io-Medical Engineering Symposium
rThe second in a series of annual
knposia, cosponsored by the Uni-
B*sity of Miami and the Tcchnion-
rael Institute of Technology, will
held SuhMy "Wteynoon -feb-ft-
the Americana Hotel.
[The program, devoted to bio-
iical engineering will feature
ll>ers by outstanding national
hd local speakers. Dr. Jacob
line, head of the Department of
|o-Mecical Engineering at the
nivcrsity of Miami, is program
liairman.
[Keynote speaker will be Dr.
ncs Dickson, III. of the Na-
onal Institute of Health, who
ill si*>ak on the topic "Technol-
for Heajth Care.-'
[Dr. MaKin Sackner, chief of
le Caniiopulrnonary Laboratory
Mount Sinai Hospital, will speak
"Bio-Medical Engineering in a
caching Hospital."
[Dr. Frank Gollan, acting chief
Nuclear Medicine of the Voter-
's Administration Hospital, will
[scribe the "Automated Electron-
I'ump Oxygenator."
Dr. Joseph H. Davis, Dade
junty Medical Examiner, and
psident of the Dade County Med-
ial Association, will discuss En-
|noering in Sudden Death." In-
stigator Charles Geeslin, piesi-
pnt of the Medical Scientific to-
p-national Corporation is sched-
o describe "Automated
tions," and Leon Harmon, senior
scientist. Bell Telephone Labora-
tories, will outline "Priorities for
.Medical Technology in the 1980s."
Dr. M. Robert Allen, Dr. Max-
well Dauer, Dr. Leonard J. Green-
field, Dr. Marvin A. Sackner, Gary
Leidholz, Dr. Peter P. Tarjan.
and Dr. Robert Zeppa are mem-
bers of the program committee.
Sanford Bronstein, Samuel
Gertner, Dr. William J. Harring-
ton, Dr. Louis Lemberg, George
Light, Abraham L. Mailman, Max
Orovitz, Dr. E. M. Papper, Dr.
Milton Saslaw, Dr. Pcritz Schein-
borg, Dr. Manuel Viamontc, Dr.
Earl Wcincr and Dr. H. Franklin
Williams are on the honorary
committee.
The afternoon's program is de-
signed to be of interest to clinic-
ians, engineers, medical research.
crs, nurses, educators, hospital and
nursing home administrators, and
professionals in auxiliary medical
fields.
The registration fee will in-
clude a cocktail reception and buf-
fet supper. Further information or
reservations may be obtained from
Dr. Kline's office or the American
Technion Society's office.
American Jewish Aged Poor
Overlooked, Dr. Beber Says
Mapping plans for a Feb. 1 dinner honoring Sen. Henry M.
Jackson D-Wash., at the Diplomat Hotel are Jack S. Popick,
(left) Sen. Jackson and Samuel N. Friedland. Mr. Friedkr.id
is chairman of the event and Mr. Popick is a vice chairman
of the Jackson finance committee for South Florida.
Lorber Chapter's Annual Progressive Dinner Jan. 15
The Jewish aged poor in the
\ 'niled States have been over-
looked because of the community's
concern with other problems, ac-
cording to Dr. Charles He her, the
president of the Greater Miami
chapter of the American -Jewish
Committee
Dr. Beber. who presented a
paper at last week's 'National
Consultation on Poverty in the
Jewish Community" sponsored by
the AJC's Institute of Human Re-
lations in New York, said the
State Executive Committee
Meeting Saturday, Sunday
The Florida State Association of
I'nai B'rith Lodges Executive
pommittee will meet at the Deau-
lle Hotel, Saturday, at 8 p.m.
nd continue its sessions Sunday.
9:30 a.m. State president Sam-
el Pascoe has announced.
Jay Markowitz of Tampa, Dis-
rict Five president, will address
lie delegates and visitors. Lou
ssinsky, first vice president of
)istrict Five, Col. Phil Cohen,
Tlorida Area Lodge service officer:
lack R. Glick, .supreme Lodge
ncmljcrship director, Southern
legion; Paul Sciderman, former
)istrict president, and Herman
udelman, national new member-
lip champion will also partici-
ate.
Committee sessions will feature
frports on numerous facets of
I'nai B'rith's program. Reports
Mil be made on the last year's
Inti-Defamation League activities
Alfred Golden; Noah Smyler on
lillel B'nai B'rith Foundation
louse at the University of Miami;
)a\ i | Tow and Joe Murray on
tie B'nai B'rith Youth Organiza-
; Irving Matlin on the service
Irogram for hospitalized veterans,
G raid Schwartz will report on
brae], Bernard Langberg and Bert
frown on the 1972 State Conven-
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tion, Leo Steinman and Bill!
Thompson on Work with the Han-1
dicapped and Disadvantage^. Adult
Jewish Education will be discussed
by Irv Greene, the Society of |
Fellows by Milton Kretsky, the j
South Florida Council by Malcolm
Fromberg, president, New Lodges
by Herman Nudclman, and Re-
tention by Bernard Lifton.
Ira Catz, president of the newly
formed Broward-Palm Beach
Council of B'nai B'rith Lodges, has
arranged a discussion on the use
of deputies or Lodge supervisors
in connection with Leadership De-
velopment Corps teams Sunday.
The State Executive Committee,
which functions between annual
conventions, is made up of dele-
gates from 55 lodges with a mem-
bership of over 7,500 members
throughout Florida.
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Jewish aged poor thus face health
and income problems which are
distressing and disturbing.
Speaking before a participating
Ixxiy which was attended by 87
community leaders including fed-
eration directors, deans of schools
ol social work, Jewish vocational
service directors, sociologists and
lay leaders, Dr. Beber gave a ser-
ies of profiles based on his per-
sonal experience as the director
Of medical services for the Jew-
ish Home for the Aged of Greater
Miami, and as physician in
charge, geriatrics clinic. Jackson
Memorial Hospital.
Dr. Beber delineated the isola-
tion, the substandard accommoda-
tions, the health care problems,
and the fears of the aged in ven-
turing out into the street.
"As many as two-thirds of the
Jewish poor Jirc 60 years and old-
er," he said, "they are part of the
immigrant generation who did not
make it into the middle class.
Many are eligible for services but
have failed to apply because of a
sense of pride."
The annual Progressive Dinner
of Lorber Chapter of the Chil-
dren's Asthma Research Institute
and Hospital at Denver will be
held Saturday night, Jan. 15, at
three lovely new homes. Mrs. Ed-
ward Soharps is chairman of this
year's Progressive dinner; (Mrs.
Milton Simon is cochairman. I
Cocktails will begin at 7:.".u p.m.
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ar-
nold Grossman. Dinner will be at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Newman, followed by dessert and
entertainment at the home ol Mi
and Mrs. Allen Abelson.
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Variety Club Installing
Officers And Directors
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prsadtflt* ? Miaari' awwtaw erari barker second vioe
pcesi^es: Marty Freedzaas prop-
erty sorter secretary and Miaaa
Beach barJter Edward Meiuker
oooch pry Elected to serve at 111 1 mill 11
:.---_." -.' Va_-.-t*> CaM '.::
the caoaag year w^er* M-a--ru Ctj
fur aaikwn 1 J. L Ptacner. pro-
ftarimi; ftamedian Harry "Liftjr-
Lew. jeweler Shjmaid Firen Jerg
entertainer Lew Shor. and D^naJd
-r.t director for
_- H. i.
-jyxi as chief barker
''- --.aBwot had terved the club
as aconl aaastart chief barker
He as a Shriner. active in erne and
,-;==--. zariora and xei'i
A*T SALMTT
7 .- H af y|ety Crib* firlrr
rational sacceeafag bate! ovmnz
As* fluilU of South Miami
Mr. Ge^xit and the other of-
ficers and directors iD be itv
staLed at a black tie dinner to be
held in the America.'. Ba-
the Playboy Plaza Hotei a*. 7
pjn. Saturday. Tickets to the af-
fair nay be reserved by phorj-.?
the Variety Club office.
Off-cers of the orzanizatior.
hich sponsors Variety Chiiiren's
Hospital, include theatre chair,
executive Gordon Spradley. first
Meetings Schemed" By
Pioneer Wotsen Qvepters
Kmneret Chapter Pioneer Wo-
men. *-;:: me** Sunday & 1
pjn. in the Auditorium of the
WaaMnrton Fe*iera ::"." :-.---
andy Dr. An Israeli film will be
saoTL Luncheon will be served
and officers installed.
A viva Chapter will hold an
Oneg Shabbat at 2 pjn. Saturday
in the home of Mrs. Fred Shrager
da'jsjhter of Mrs. Rose Goobich. at
13590 NE 10th Ave.
Fannie Gibson will preside at
the meeting of Beba Ideison
Chapter at noon Wednesday in
the Washington Federal Bank
1133 Normandy t>r. A book re-
view m-ill be presented by Sylvia
Stein.
Patrons To Hold
'Parlor Meetings'
In Private Homes
FoSowtng the concept of the
persona* parke meeting approach
' to campaigning, the Patrons-con-
tributors of between S500 and
' $999 to the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation Women's Division
I campaign will be botding a
series of such meetings in private
nomes throughout Dade County,
according to an announcement,
made by Norma Kipras. Women's
Division vice president for the
IY72 Combined Jewis,-. Appeal-Is-
rael Emergency Fund campaign.
Hn Harry B. Smith will be
serving as Miami Beach Patron
chairman. Mrs. Sataoc Bader as
North Dede Patron chairman and
Mrs. Robert Ttassarfg and Mrs.
Earl Wiener as South Dade Pst-
ron chairmen, according to Ma
Kiprhs.
This new development in cam-
b er-> -.- bet-
ter r the Womer.'j DM-
son in its efforts to 1 tea -
".:: :.. vsm
Saving Bond Sales
L p Over Last Year
Pax Walker. Dade Ob --;. vol-
J unteer Savir.gs Bonds chair-r.i.-,
has reported that Ncr. r
the eammty -**re SI 735 964. By
the end o: Kosesaber, the eoanty
had attaL-jed MM of its 1971
goal.
NavoBber sales of Series E and
H U.S. Savir.Ei Bor-is Fior_:a
VR $9 3 million u? S500.000
ewer liovember :?70 Djraag the
11 mor.th period ending Nov. 30.
Florida Savings Botvis sales to- '
' taled fl06.7 million up $175
milbon over the same penod last
year Florida achieved 103.2^ of
.ts 1971 sales goal Nov. 30.
'
Setting plans for the Women's Division patrons parlor meet
-.-* tn-e. from left to right, seated Mrs. Leonard Friedlcsd
v;ce president of campaign: Mrs. Gerald Nathanson, Nonh
Dcde campcigr. coordinator; Mrs. Harry Smith. Miarr.
Beech rxrion chairman; 'standing; Mrs. Burton Levey
president. Women's Division; Norma Kipnis, vice preside-
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tegular Meeting
athy (Mrs. Arthur J.)
own will be the guest speaker
the regular monthly meeting
ish FlopJdian
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A native of Bost H.ii.l uho will I^H^MritiA^-in
behalf of the Sisterhood's Torah
Fund chairman, Mlmi (Mrs. Em-
ory) Green, has been a Florida
resident since 1945. She has
served two terms as president of
the Florida Branch, National Wo-
men's League of the United Syna-
gogue of America, and is presently
parliamentarian and by-law, affi-
liation and retention chairman as
well as a member of the Torah
Fund Residence Hall Committee
for her branch.
Lucile (Mrs. Max) Forman is
president of the Sisterhood; Rabbi
Ralph Z. Glixman is spiritual lead-
er of the temnle.
Phi Sigma Sigma
Alumnae Meeting
The Greater Miami Alumnae
Chapter of Phi Sigma Sigma was
to meet at the home of Mrs. Paul
Furman, 615 Pucrta Avenue, in
Coral Gables, Thursday at 8:15
p.m.
The business meeting, conduct-
ed by Mrs. Stephen Zohlman,
president, will be followed-by a
presentation of "Reading Tech-
niques" conducted by Mrs. Rob-
ert Rosen.
Locally the Phi Sigma Sigma
Alumnae's philanthropic efforts
are centered on the Vanguard
School: the Kidney Foundation is
its national project.
CARIH Chapter Celebrates
The Gift of Life Chapter of
CARIH will celebrate its second
birthday with a fund-raising din-
ner at the Bodega Restaurant 9801
S. Dixie Hwy., Tuesday at 7:30
p.m. The dinner will help to raise
funds for asthmatic children in
Denver.
Hadassah Groups To Mark Founders'Day
Hadassah Groups of the Miami,
Beach Chapter have scheduled the I
following .meetings and luncheons.!
.Morton Towers Group will cele-1
brate Founder's Day Sunday noon i
in the Deauville Hotel. Mrs. Kman- [
uel Meriiz will narrate "This Is
Your LMf Hn Ias5ahv'; Mrs. Philip1
Houtz will preside.
Kudimah Croup will celebrate
Founder's Day with a Monday
noon card party in the Beau Riv-
age Hotel. 9955 Collins Ave., Bal
Harbour. Mrs. Louis Neleber will
preside.
Lincoln Group wtil meet Mon-
day noon in the club rooms of 100
Rd. The audience will participate
in "Do Your Own Thing" with
Mrs. Ann Levy presiding.
Henrietta Szold Group will meet
Monday noon in the Algiers Hotel.
Guest speaker will be Rae Fein-
stein, Eye-Bank coordinator of the
Miami Beach Chapter; Mrs. Han-
nah Friedman will preside.
Israeli Croup will meet Monday
noon, in the Algiers Hotel. Mrs.
Henrietta Bolotin will preside.
lSay Harbor Group will meet
Monday at 11:30 a.m. in the Bal-
present an International Musi-
cal," accompanied by Olga Bibor
Stern. Mrs. Solomon Margolis will
preside.
Emma Lazarus Group will meet
Morday noon in che Holiday Inn,
8701 Collins Ave. Dorothy Anger-
man will review "The Joys of
Yiddish"; Mrs. Henrietta Fine will
preside.
Shaloma Group will meet Tues-
day noon in the Algiers Hotel.
Samuel Reiser, guest speaker, will
discuss great Jewish books; Mrs.
Ann Stone will preside.
M$. ARTHUR BROWN
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Friday, January 7, 1972
INew York Mayor Addressing
Meeting Of ZOA District
The Miami Bea li District of the U.S. Attorney General anil is a
it Organization <>I Aruiijj-i.Ji.^. ijaisyn bTIicer of the Department
cooperation with the other ZOA oTjuatice to the Cabinet, Congress
I and the White House.
Bctoie hi.- Election as mayor of;
New /ork City, he served for
seven years in the U.S. House of
Representatives. On several oeca-i
vens he has visited Israel where
he met with government and po-
litical leaders.
JuilRe NYlan Sweet, president of
the Miami Beach Zionist District I
will chair the meeting; Rabbi;
David Shapiro, spiritual leader of
Temple Sinai. Hollywood, and im-1
mediate past president of thei
Southeast Region of the ZOA, will |
be the program chairman. Also;
participating will he Milton Gold]
of Philadelphia, one of the national'
leaders of the ZOA, and Mortimer |
May, a past national president ef
the Organization.
Mario, an Israeli continental
singer and guitarist who has ap-
I ared in concert halls and on
television programs in America,
and Europe, has arranged a spe-
cial program of international
songs. Also appearing on the mu-
sical program will be Israeli ac-
cordionist Ari Kaduri. of Radio
City Music Hall fame, who has
been acclaimed as one of the fore-
most entertainers of Israel.
Assisting Judge Sweet in ar-
ranging the meeting are Sidney
1 Raymond. Abraham A. Grunhut,
Clem Lipman, Goldie Friedlander,
i Ben Giller, Max Fierman, Hyman
I Young, l'ineus Neidoff. Ben Stern,
j Al Ossip. Julius Rosenstein, Wil-
liam SiKerstein. Sylvia Meyers,
Selma Hirshaut, Rabbi David Raab.
Cantor Saul Breeh, Al Lefkwitz
and Gil Rappaport.
MAYOR JOHN V. LINDSAY
istricts of South Florida, will
hold a community-\vi:!c meeting
Sunday, at H p.m. The meeting.
which i* open to the public, will
take place in the Casanova Room
ol t!.' Dealt-, ille Hotel. 6701 Col-
: ns .v.. Miami Beach.
The highlight of the program
uill be a major address on the
Middle East by New York City's
Mayor John V. Lindsay, a Demo-
crat i: Party Candida'e for the
presidency of the United States.
Mayor Lindsay, who is coming to
Miami Bach specif:ei!ly to art-
< res- this o;>en meeting, will also
hi1 the recipient of the annual
American-Israel Friendship Award
of the South Florida Zionist Dis-
trict-.
As the mayor of the largest city
in the United States and the chief
executive of a government that is
secor.d in size only to the fi-deral
government, his performance in
office has been lallid the second
toughest job in the United States.
His ability to forcefully articulate
the needs of the nation's urban
utation of the country's foremost
spokesman for the cities.
.Mayer Lindsay is chairman of
the Legislative Action Committee
of the U.S. Conference of Mayors
and one of the founders of the
National Urban Coalition. He has
served as a U.S. Justice Depart-
men' executive assistant to the
Committee Given
Executive Duties
In a move to keep pace with
the rapid growth of Oholei Torah
Day School, which opened five
years ago with five students and
currently has an enrollment of
140, the responsibjities of JiiJ^bi
Abraham Korf, founder and execu-
tive director of the school, have
been passed on to an executive
committee which will function in
conjunction .vith Rabbi Solomon
D. Lipskar, principal.
The committee appointed by the
Ixiard of directors to assume the
administrative duties includes Dr.
Elias Herschman and Dr. Aaron
Katz. cochairmen, Irwin Block,
Philip Brafman, Albert Davidson.
Mel Feit. Martin Genet. Saul
Haber, Menashe Hirsch. Morton
Mayberg, Daniel Retter, Murray
Rosenberg and Judge Sherwin
Stauber.
Owing to the school's realloca-
tton of responsibilities, the fifth
annual Scholai^hip Dinner origin-
ally schedule.4, for Jan. 23. has been
postponed until a later date.

Two of the 93 accredited courses in Judaism sponsored by
the Jewish Chautauqua Society will be taught by Rabbi
Herbert M. Baumgard of Temple Beth Am (left) and Rabbi
Samuel Z. Jaffe of Temple Beth El, Hollywood. Rabbi Jaffe's
class meets at Miami-Dade Junior College North Campus;
the class instructed by Rabbi Baumgard is using facilities
provided by the University of Miami, Coral Gables.
S
Volunteers Raise Funds For
C-P Victims This Weekend
United Cerebral Palsy of Miami
ill conduct their 1972 house-to-
house campaign Saturday and Sun-
! day. according to Gui Govaert, sen-
ior vice president of United Banc-
shares ef Florida. Inc., who is
chairman of this year's drive.
Over 8.500 volunteers from Dade
! County's 27 municipalities will be
i calling on local residents during
i the weekend. Funds raised in the
house-to-house campaign support
the United Cerebral Palsy Center
at 1411 NW 14th Ave.. where 433
cerebral palsied children and young
adults are now receiving special-
izec care.
Miami Beach Mayor Chuck
Hall congratulates Norman
Wishman, outgoing president
of the Single Parents of Miami
Beach, on a job well done. He
later installed the 1972 presi-
dent, Jules Liftman. A presenta-
tion will be made to all past
presidents of the club at its
dance at the Americana Hotel
Sunday night, it has been
announced.
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Leaders of Hebrew Academy Women placed
Israeli coins in the fountain of the new junior
and senior high school building of the
Greatec Miami Hebrew Academy under con-
struction across from the main campus at
2400 Pin* Tree- Dr.. Miami Beach. Partici-
pants in the ceremonies include, from left
to right) Mrs. Howard Towbin, Mrs. Samuel
Reinhard, Mrs. Stuart Rapee, Mrs. Gabriel
Deutsch, Mrs. Fritzie Kravitz, Mrs. Isadore
Abrams, Mrs. Irving Firtel, Herbert Gold-
stein, Mrs. Joseph Shapiro, Mrs. Gildalio
Feldenkreis, Mrs. Leonard Adler and Walter
Goldstein. The Goldsteins are supervising
contractors for the building.
Sunday Coffee Forums Set
For Temple Emanu-El Series
The ninth annual Sunday morn-
ing cotTee fotrum serin of TV'mplo
Kmanu-El will lx> held in the
Kriodiand Ballroom of the Miami
Hcach synagogue next month, fea-
turing three of American Jewry's
outstanding spokesmen. Announce-
ment of the series was made by
Judg Herbert S. Shapiro, presi-
dent of Temple Kmanu-El.
Dr. Max Arzt. vice chancellor of
the Jewish Theological Seminary
of .Vnierieir, ''will open the series
Feb. 13. One wrxk later. Dr. Bem-
ard Mandelhaum, president of the
Seminary; will speak. Dr. Wolfe
Kelmtin, executive vice presi lent
of the Rabbinical Assembly <>f
America, will round out the im-
pressive seri< 5.
laisip ai,d the Religions of
the World" will l>c the theme of
the yearly forum programs, ar-
id by the congregation's com-
mittee under the iK>rsonal guidance
<[ Dr. Irving Lehrman, rabbi of
Temple Kmanu-El.
Joseph P. Zuckerman, an active
member of the Miami Beach con-
potation, will serve as chairman
of the Sunday morning coffee for-
um series, according to Judge Sha-
piro. Mr. ZucKerman. president of
the Farband's largest branch here
and its Southeastern representa-
tive, is a national leader of the
Labor Zionist Movement and its
United Jewish Appeal and Israel
Bonds efforts.
This will be the first appearance
in the annual series by Dr. Kelman.
who directs the activities of the
Rabbinical Assembly of America.
representing all of the nation's
Conservative rabiis.
Drs. Arzt and Mandelbaum arc
both renowned as educators, au-
thors, theologicians and rabbis,
and have appeared in earlier se-
ries before record audiences. Res-
ervations for individual programs
or the entire series may be made
at the temple office, 1701 Wash-
ington Ave.
JWVA Friendship Tea Set
The Department of Florida La-
dies Auxiliary, Jewish War Vet-
erans of the Unite*-:1 States, will
hold its annual "friendship tea"
and present the departments Good
Citi/en Award March 12, at the
Beau Rivagc Hotel, 9955 Collins
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Friday, January 7, 1972
Serendipity
by Sally Spaet
1 Hillel Sponsors
Jewish Art Festival
NCJW Observing 'Council Day' At
Temple Beth Sholom Wednesday
'* Arts is being sponsored by the
Hillel Jewish Student Center at
J I the University of Miami in co- t
operation with the Federation Hil- !
m ------- j IdL CoguriAinitj Board and Yarjion j
Guests at Marcella and Aaron Kanncr's annual after-thc-same | Art Galleries,
buffet supper, Sunday, win- either dressed to the nines" or in sports
iothes. Maiwlia greeted her guests in an elegant long white gown
while those of us who had attended the Dolphin-Colt game arrived
exhilarated but i-ain->oaked. Over the years, the Kanners' friends have
always looked forward to greeting each other with a '"Happy New
Year" and nostalgic reminiscing.
Among these glimpsed were Go'.dio and Dr. Harold Rand. F.leanor
nd Dave Catsmaji. Miriam and Dave Bass. Florence and Izzy Hecht
and their daughter, Barbara; Myra and Aaron Farr, Leona and Jim
"You're Jewish So What?" a provocative talk by the witty and
noted scholar Rabbi Irving Greenberg, will highlight the annual eele-
four-day Festival of Jewish | 1)raUon of council Day Wednesday when the Greater Miami Section
National Council of Jewish Women and its Mwau
local divisions meets at Temple Beth Sholom. 4144
Chase Ave.. Miami Beach, at 9:30 a.m.
A special part of Council Day- observed na-
tionwide among the 100,000 NCJW member* is
the presentation by each section of the Hannah G.
Solomon award given in honor of CoutK.iJ's founder.
Each year the outstanding local leader who has
exemplified community commitment on many lev-
els is given this recognition. In past years, the re-
cipients were Mrs. Aaron Farr, Mrs. Sidney Lewis.
Mrs. William Epstein, Dr. Henry Ring Stanford.
Mrs. Stanley C. Myers and Mrs. Edwin B. 0;>pen-
hvim.
We'd be especially happy to have Council members presently
The festival, which will be held
at the Hillel House, Miller Drive
and Ponce De Leon in Coral
Gables, is open to the public from
2 to 10 p.m. Jan. 9-12.
On display will be art objects
from Israel as well as Israeli arts
and crafts. Exhibits include hand
Or. Greenherg
blown glass wall hangings, Yeme-
Albert. Betty and Leo Schwartz, Martha and Stanley Myers. Sylvia njte jewelry, modern sculpture,
and Sidney Lefeourt, Eleanor and Gus Feuer, Sylvia and Judge Milton I pottery, ceremonial wood carv- visiting here from other cities join us on Council Day.' said Mrs
Friedman. Prances and Dr. Riley Morris, Mrs. Isaac Wolkowsky, j ings. bronzes, paintings and arch- Edward L. Cowen. membership vice president. For raservationa, call
Edna Wolkowsky, Lee and Lou Goldman. Ruth Graff. Belle and Dr. | eological artifacts. tnc NCJW office.
Irving Lchrman. Ruth and Jack Kassewitz, Ruth and Judge Albert
Dubbin, Frances Lehman. Pete and Harold Kassewitz, Ann and Joe
Lipton. Sp-c and John Gautier. Sheila and Ha! Kassewitz, Ida and
Bill Singer. Mary Nor.na and Julian Weinkle, Esther Weinkle, (I
didn't see Carl i the Edmund Ansins, Dr. and Mrs. Melvin Becker and
War}" and Jake She:-.
St
Lectures on the arts will be
given by specialists in the fields I
of art. literature and music during I
the festival. "Jewish Music and
Dance Through History." a lee-1
ture-recital. will feature Mrs. Ju-1
dith Druckcr and the Rimonim j
Dancers. Kenneth Triester. archi-1
tect and artist, will be presented j
through a series of slide presen-1
tations. Professors Helen Fagin. |
Robert Sandier and Ronald New- j j
man will take part in a sympos- j
ium on "Creative Jewish Litera-1
ture" and Mrs. Edith Gold will!
lecture.
Floral arrangements for the ex- j
hibits have been designed by Da-.
vid Harrison. Studio of Flowers.]
All art objects on exhibit may bej
Marion so her daughter, Millie, and son-in-law, Dr. Stanley Wasman. hosted
a dinner at tlieir home for 20 of the family in her honor. The party
included Marion's and Manuel's children, grandchildren and great-
grandchild. Happy Birthday and Happy New Year.
* a Sari and Maurice Furman just returned from a holiday in Montego
Bay with her sister and brother-in-law and friends from Long Island.
They toured Jamaica and nad wonderful weather and a relaxing
vacation.
it ft -tr
An original idea lor a party was the brainchild of Frances (Mrs.
Milton' Bernstein when she and her husband entertained at an anni- I purchased "with proceeds going to
versary party for six couples who celebrate their anniversaries during | the Jewish Student Center,
the month of December. At the elegant dinner, the couples toasted
themselves and each other. e preview champagne recep-
... tion being held Saturday evening
Barbara and Marvin Brown entertained at a jveddi^; .uecaplion '
at their home in honor of their son, Michael, and 'nti bride, tinfefy.
Decorations in the gay tent were yellow and whit*.^ *t!ieraNrai.music-
and the buffet dinner was scrumptious. >. ^r '<' .>'*
Grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Nat Brown and Mfe^jmd Mrs. ^jlqrrfe
Schenker. were greeting the guests that includg$. ^Millie andCJDr.
Stanley Wasman. Frances Lehman, Josie and D$$*wis Glueckauf. I
Ruth and Dr. Eugene Weiss. Gladys and Jack Fineberg, Dottie arul
Bobby Kaplan. Jay and Elaine Euster, Fay and Ben Adeia'and their
daughter, Adriinne; Audrey and Sy Peltzman, Carol and Joe Stein- '
berger, Len and L/-i!a Rathe, Rho,'a and Arnie Shutzman and Bernie I
and Regina Firestone. Among the young people were Didi GdurShon.
David Ross. Mike Lei nor and Laurie and Steve Sheldon. .,
* a
Ruth and Ben Greene are delighted with the new granddaughter. |
born to their daughter, Pamela, and son-in-law, Herbert Licht, of
Orlando. Tobi E>ana j ins Amy Beth and Michael Stuart. Aren't they
lucky that Orlando is nearby?
fr H
Reyna and Alex Youngerman traditionally celebrate New Year's
Day with an oi>en house cocktail party, and the rains didn't dampen
the enthusiasm Co-hosts were their children, Mariana and James
Green ar.d Judith and Benjamin Gindy.
Among the '.'Jests were Florence and Mortimer Wicn, Lillian and |
Albert Huss. Eleanor and Daniel Brody, Ruth Graff, Ann and Sam
Jacobs, Paula and Rabbi Barry' Tabachnikoff, Lee and Hy Oppenheim,
Celeste and Harold Edell, Ethel Blake, Stephanie and Dr. Herman I
Rose. Eugenie Shein. Mabel and Bert Waller, Florence and Lou j
Sloppotkin, Ada and Arthur Rubel. Elizabeth and Dr. Sidney Licht. |
Ivy and Pal Volper and Beth and Harold Teller.
is t: &
Rose Imbny. who vacationed in Mexico recently, reports that she
enjoys the country more each time she travels there. In Mexico City, j Artist Elaine Ehrenkranz
Fhe attended ballet and opera, visited museums, art exhibits and saw (right) who will exhibit a group
old friends. She loved the recuperative benefits of Ixtapen where she i gj jjer new 0il paintings in the
relaxed, dieted and played bridge. An exciting trip to Guadalajara Cedars of Lebanon Lobby Gal-
was added frosting on the cake. lery tQ help ^ Auxiliary raise
* funds for the hospital's devel-
Dr. and Mis Jack Greenhouse and their two grandchildren i the 0pment and expansion program
children of the Donald Blackmans i have been enjoying the holidays in ^ shown ^th art chairman
Jamaica- Mrs. Carole Savitt and her
^ painting "Chrysanthemums."
More about our young people Mark Rubin spent New Years The current exhibition is open
at the home of his parents. Alice and Seymour Rubin, and he brought free {Q ^ public from 9 a.m.
them the goixi news that he has an A average and is on the Honor V, -. ,__. T .
Roll at Emory University. The Rubins' other son. who is with VISTA ] 5 P'ra' dailr m CedarS ^
in Austin, Tex., and his family were also home for the holidays. | by (jallery. __________.

Post Office Now Has
Alien Report Forms
The U.S. Post Offices will
again cooperate with the
Immigration and Naturali-
zation Service in assisting
all aliens to comply with the
Alien Address Report re-
quirement. Postmaster E.
M. Dunlap has announced.
In compliance with the
1952 Immigration and Na-
turalization Act, each alien
must report his current ad-
dress not later than Jan. 31,
1972. Report forms are now
available at all local post
offices.
----------------------------------------! Markus A. Frankel, the son oi
Dr. Marvin Schick Promoted Mr and Mrs ^ rranW 1231
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Dr. Schick will continue to b( ( gn) from he Umversity ^Tis-
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Cochairmen Named
For Jan. 17 Banquet
Leonard Ruiner of CtevelaiM
and Irving I."Iirman of Mian
Bea have baen named cochair
men a national dinner of thr
Amci an Friends of Tel Aviv
University to be held in honor o
Davi J. Light of Miami B'-ach
onc the major benefactors o
Ism second largest institution
of li her learning Jan. 17 at thi
Fontamebleau Hotel.
TIk banquet also will weleom;
Prol. Yinal N''email, president of
Tel Aviv University, on his first
visit to the L'nltad States since
succeeding Dr. George Wise as
chiii executive officer of Israel's
fastest growing university.
A featured at the dinner will
be the Installation of charter mem-
bers of the Society of Fellows or 1
Tel Aiv University, including a'
do/' n Greater Miamians who have
madi gifts of S25.030 or more to!
the university's building fund pro-
gram
R :- M R is* It, a member 11 the
Jewish Agency Executive, is na i
tipnal chairman of the finance]
CornmiMSJe for the American!
Fri.-i .-; oi T I Aviv University.
'.DR *Lehrmah; national presi-
dent Of the Synagogue Council of
Amcnoa, is rabbi of Tempi. (
EmaBli-fcl '>; Miami Beach, where '
l*>th Mr. Katner and Mr. Light
are wetftbers. Mr. Light also i-
active in Temple Beth Am. of
which he Iva founder and donor
ol the Mail: Light Education
Building of the South Dade con- (
gregation.
Ceremonies dedicating three ambulances to the people of
Israel through the American Red Magen David were held
this week at the Greater Miami Hebrew Academy. Turning
over keys to officials of the organization which supports
Israel's official Red Cross agency are contributors of the
vehicles. Leon Kaufman, Irving Firtel and Max Cott turned
over ambulance given by members of Miami Beach Golden
Rabbi Teitz Hebrew
Academy Speaker j
Rabbi Pinchas Teitz, one of|
Orthodox Jewry's best known
leaders, will be in Miami Beach:
this weekend to participate in
several meetings of the Greater
Miami Hebrew Academy anc" its
affiliated schools. His visit was
announced by Rabbi Alexander S. j
Gross, principal of the Hebrew
Academy and Irving Firtel, nresi-i
dent.
Rabbi Teitz is the founder and
director of the Yeshiva and i
Mesivta ct New Jersey, located in j
Elizabeth, N.J., and also heads'
the Borara Hebrew High School
far Girls there. He is a member;
of the praesidium of Agudas Ha-
rabonim, the Union of Orthodox
Rabbis of the United States and
Canada, which celebrates its 70th
anniversary this year.
Ring Club No. 3; Morris Bienenfeld, David Coleman and
Jerome Bienenfeld officiated at the ceremony for the ambul-
ance donated by the Bienenfeld family. David Taub, Sol
Drescher and Samuel Reinhord dedicated vehicle con-
tributed by Miami Beach chapter of the American Federa-
tion of Senior Citizens.
PITER B. BR/GGS
Peter Briggs V-P
Of Schwartz Firm
Peter B. Briggs. 30, former man-
aging editor of the Miami Beach
Sun, has been named vice nresi-
dent oi the Gerald Schwartz
Ag< iicy. Miami Beach-based public
relations and advertising firm.
Mr. Briggs joined the Sun after
|lto years with the Office of Eco-
j nomic Opportunity's south Florida
migrant program, where he was di-
; rector of public information and
assistant to the deputy director.
He had previously been the as-
sistant city editor of the Pompano
Beach Sun-S'ntinel and of the
Quincy (Mass) Patriot Ledger.
A native of Quincy, he was edi-
tor-in-chief of the Northeastern
News during his undergraduate
days at the university in Boston.
Rabbi Teitz. who has conducted
the radio program, Talmud Over
the Air" weekly on New York
station WEVD for the past 20
years, recently returned from So-
viet Russia where he and another
American rabbi attended the fu-
neral of the late Rabbi Yehuda
Leib Levin, chief rabbi of Mos-
cow.
Rabbi Teitz will be the principal
speaker Sunday morning at He-
brew Academy ceremonies dedi-
cating a new Sefer Torah, gift of
Louis Merwitzer. The rabbi will
remain here to address students
of the Hebrew Academy junior
high school Monday morning and
students of the Louis Merwitzer
Mesivta High School and the VVeis-
haus High School for Girls after-
noon; all sessions will take place
in the Hebrew Academy auditor-
ium, 2400 Pine Tree Dr., Miami
Beach.
The Berman quints minus the brother
who didn't survive are shown the
day they graduated from the prema-
ture baby unit at the Hadassah-Hebrew
University Medical Center, where they
lived in incubators. The boy and three
girls were the first quints born in
Israel. Hadassah has special facilities
for "preemies" at the Medical Center
and, in addition, maintains a clinic for
all "high risk" infants bom in Jeru-
salem. This special clinic, for out pa-
tient follow-up care, is centrally lo-
cated in the city at its Straus Center.
Rhode Island Club Meeting
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Washington Ave., Miami Beach.
i with the newly-elected president.
Abe Fingerman, conducting.
Following the business meeting.
Sye Green, well-known Miami
Beach performer, will entertain.
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Bat Mrffyuah
ROBERT HALPRIN
Robert Bavi.l, son of Mr: and
Mrs. Raymond Halprin. 7971 SW
140th Terr., will observe his Bar
Mitzvah Saturday, Jan. 8, at Beth
David Congregation.
Robert, an eighth grade stud-
ent at Palmetto Junior High
School, he plays the guitar and
sings. He has also worked in the
Players Theatre with the Kenly
Players as an actor.
Mr. and Mrs. Halprin will honor
their son with a reception at their
home. Honored guests will be
Robert's grandmothers, Mrs. Kate
Halprin and Mrs. Sadie Weiser.
to to to
JEFFREY AHRINGER
Jeffrey Morgan, the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Roy Ahringer, 79 ; 15th St., will celebrate his Bar
Mit/vah at Temple Or Olom Sat-
urday morning, Jan. 8.
Jeffrey is a student at Ever-
glades Elementary School, where
he is in the sixth grade.
The Oneg Shabbat Friday even-
ing as well as the Kiddush on
Saturday will be hosted by Jef-
frey's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ah-
ringer. Honored guests will in-
due Jeffrey's grandfather. John
Ahringer, his four brothers, Barry,
Kenneth, Scott and Kevin, and his
aunts, uncles and cousins.
to to to
GORDON WEIN
Gordon Victor, the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Martin Wein, will cele-
i brate his Bar Mitzvah Saturday,
' Jan. 8, at Temple Tifereth Israel.
Gordon is an eighth grade stud-
ent at Norland Junior High School
where he has been a member of
the band for the past two years.
A reception and luncheon will
take place at the Algiers Hotel,
following the services. Among the
honored guests will be Gordon's
gi andparents. Mr. and Mrs. Henry
L. Seaman and Mi. and Mrs. Mey-
er Wein, his great-grandmother,
Mrs. Frieda Rozini, and great-
aunts and uncles from Chicago
and New York.
to to -to
BRENDA STASEVICH
Brenda, the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Maiio Stasevich, will become
.a Cat Mitzvah, Fiiday evening,
Jan. 7, at Temple Monorail.
Brenda is an eighth grade stud-
ent at Nautilus Junior High
School, where siie takes an active
part in the Drama Program.
A reception honoring Brenda,
.\il] be held Saturday. Jan. 15, at
the Beau Rivage Hotel.
to -to -to
WARREN KRANTZ
Warren, tne son of Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Krantz, will become
a Bar Mitzvah at Temple Menor-
ah Saturday Morning, Jan. 8.
Warren, an eight grade stud-
ent at Nautilus Junior High
School, is active in the school
bank.
A dinner honoring Warren will
be held Saturday evening at the
Eden Roc Hotel. Among the
guests will be his grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bregman and
Mr. and Mrs. Mack Charney of
Miami Beach.
to !; -to
JERALD GREENSTEIN
Jerald Robert, the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Burton Stone Green-
stein, and grandson of Mrs. Helen
K. I'llian. will become Bar Mitz-
vah Saturday, Jan. 8, at Temple
Israel of Greater Miami.
An honor student at Horace
Mann Junior High School, Jerry
also participates in the Miami
Springs program for gifted chil-
dren.
The celebrant will be honored
at a luncheon in the temple's
Wolfson Auditorium Immediately
after the services.
to -to to
BERNIE LICHTER
Bernie, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
A. Lichter, will be Bar Mitzvah on
Saturday, Jan. 8, at Beth Israel
Congregation, Miami Beach.
Bernie is an eighth grade stud-
ent at the Hebrew Academy and
a member of N.C.S.Y.
The celebrant will be honored
at a reception on Sunday as well |
as at the Kiddush after services. ,
Honored guests will include his |
grandmother, Mrs. Rozalia Tisch- |
ler, Mr. and Mrs. N. Nagelblatt,
and Mr. and Mrs. J. Davidovits of
Brooklyn, N.Y.; Mrs. Rachel
Kaufman and Rabbi J. Babad of
New York City, Mr. and Mrs. I.
Lichter and Mr. and Mrs. W. Ligh-
ter of Miami.
to -to to
HOWARD ROTHMAN
Howard the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Steve Rothman, will observe his j
Bar Mitzvah at Beth Torah's Con-
gregation, Saturday, Jan. 8.
Howard is a student in the Pre-
Confirmation class of Beth Tor-
ah's Harold Wolk Religious
School, and attends John F. Ken-
nedy Junior High School.
Mr. and Mrs. Rothman will
sponsor the Kiddush in Howard's
honor.
Honored guests will include
Howard's grandparents. Mr. and |
Mrs. Max Rothman, and Arthur i
F'eil of New York City, and Mr. ;
and Mrs. Albert Rose of Miami.
to to to
BRETT RIVKIND
Brett Alan, the son of Mr. and |
Mrs. Leonard Rivkind, will be- !
come Bar Mitzvah on Saturday,
Jan. 8. at Temple Emanu-El.
Brett attends Temple Emanu-1
El Afternoon School and is an '
_>ighth grade student at Nautilus
Junior High School.
The celebrant will be honored j
v.ith a luncheon at Temple
Emanu-El. His gi andparents. Mrs.
Cecil Tanenbaum an* Mr. and
M.s. Samuel Rivkind will attend;
(he event. .
to 'to fc
MICHEL .MFRRAY
Michel, the sofa of Mi\ antf Mrs
Joseph Murray; 8395 SW 56th
Tor., will celebrate his Bar Mitz-
vah at Temple Zion Saturday. Jan.
8, at 9 a.m.
Vr -to" 'to '
VICTOR KLEINMAN
The Bar Mitzvah" of Vict6r. the
Brett Rivkind
Warren Krantz Jerald Creenstein Brenda Stasevich Cordon Wein
Bernie lichter
son of Mr. and Mrs. Joel Kleinman,
9380 SW 62nd St., will take place
at 4:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 8, in
Temple Zion.
Rabbi Harry Jolt, Temple Beth
S h o 1 o m 's rabbi-in-residence,
will be the instructor during the
second semester of its eight-
week "Wonderful World of
Talmud" course, beginning
Tuesday at 11 a.m. in the
torn pie. ...,
Communal, Zionist Leaders
Pay Tribute to Dr. Neumann
NEW YORK (JTAI More
than 100 Jewish communal and
Zi nist 'caders gathered last
week to pay tribute to Dr.
Emanucl Neumann, a loader of
the world Zionist movement.
They came to express respect
and recall the contributions he
made during his 25 years of serv-
ice as a member of the Execu-
tive of the World Zionist Orga-
nization and the Jewish Agency
for Israel as he retired from
office.
It was a festive occasion, and
the various Zionist leaders, who
have been heatedly exchanging
charges and counter-charges dur-
the current election campaign
for delegates to the forthcoming
World Zionist Congress, put
aside their differences to ex-
press admiration for the man
all agreed is the personification
of Zionist theory and practice.
After Xhf Poale Zion cmrl Amer-
ican Habonim Association
voted to join with the Farband f
Labor Zionist Order to form a |
single organization called the
Labor Zionist Alliance last
week, Dr. Judah J. Shaoiro, au-
thor, social analyst and Labor
Zionist leader, was elected its j
fust president. The balloting)
took place during the group's
four-day convention in the
Americana Hotel.
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South Pacific Journey
(Last of a Series)
'**+
The Mud Men And Sing-Sing Of New Guinea
By J. I. FISHBEIX, Editor and Publisher of The Sentinel,
Chicago, I1L
The drive from Lac to Goroka along the new Highlands High-
way proved to be the most grueling part of our entire trip. Al
though our station wagon was air-conditioned, dust from the
pravel road penetrated the worn-out car, choking us from time to
time and playing tricks with the carburetor. Three times wc were
brought to a sudden stop; twice to clear out various parts of the
over-heated motor that had gotten clogged up, and once to repair
a tire cut by the sharp gravel that made every mile through the
spectacular Markham Valley a tortuous travail. Fortunately, our
female driver-guide had brought along a native mechanic who
handled all of these emergencies swiftly despite the broiling sun,
and we arrived in Goroka in time for dinner.
All along the way we saw numerous grass fires. Our guide
explained that these were started by the natives in order to
flush out wild pigs and other game which might otherwise be
hidden by the dense jungle. She told us that when they did it
around the Port Moresby area it was dangerous because of the
shortage of water.
Pigs are a very important commodity among the people. A
man's wealth is judged by the number he possesses and he dis-
plays this proudly by the numer of small moka sticks he wears
on his chest. Pigs are also used in paying a dowry, a custom
followed assiduously throughout New Guinea. In addition, the
tusks and teeth of the pig are worn as ornaments, and they use
the grease to cover their bodies much as we do with make-up and
perfume. Pigs are so valuable that women will sometimes nurse
the pigle'.s from their own breasts.
Goroka, district headquarters for the Eastern Highlands, is
hemmed into the wide valley by the incredible peaks of the Bis-
mark Ranges, rising to 13,000 feet above the busy little town
which is the jumping-off place for most tours.
Wc spent a day visiting its sights. These include the Goroka
Teachers College built on a hill, where high school teachers are
trained within a span of three to five years; the new Goroka
Hospital sprawling in the valley, and an immense coffee planta-
tion. The finest Arabica coffee in the world is grown here. We
also visited a weaving school where natives are taught in three
to six months. They then have the choice of remaining at the
center, where they can earn roughly eight dollars a week, or
returning to the villages with their own looms.
There is so much to tell about the customs and traditions of
these people that one should really write a book; But since space
does not permit this, we can only touch on a very few high points.
One of our nibstfasqinating experiences,was a visit to a
small group called the Mud-Men of Asaro. Bodies daubod with a
flaky clay, beads' covered by ghoulish clay masks, they represent
the spirit of their ancestors. They performed a slow-motion ballet
that reminds.one of many moving tentacles. This to the accom-
paniment of an eerie chant by the females (called "mcri") sup-
posedfy mourning for the dead. The women age early and those
in their twenties look to be fifty.
The story is that some time aeo. the men of this valley
were attacked by a superior force of vicious hunters looking for
a human meal. They fled in terror plunging desperately into the
river to escape, and eventually emerged completely covered with
n ltd. Their attackers, convinced they were evil demons arising
fn m the dead, fled and never returned.
While at Asaro. we witnessed an archery contest. The
accuracy displayed by the men of the village was absolutely un-
ievable and would put most of our champion archers to shame.
''; wife in the meantime, cajoled some of the ladies into selling
their woven shell and pig's teeth necklaces for our collection.
e of the men was wearing a chainlike decoration over his mud
covering. This, we were told, was a record of his illicit sexual
conquests. A Highlander may have as many wives as he can
afford (the number depending upon his ability to pay bride
prices) and adultry is common. A can caught at it must pay
off his lover's husband, however.
Our mam reason for coming to Now Guinea, however, was
tj visit Mt. Hagen in time for the "sing-sing." Early the next
morning therefore, we boarded the small plane for the short
flight to this mountain village, which every two years attracts
travelers and adventurers from all over the world for one of the
most unusual sights still available to modern man.
Since the town has only one small modern hotel, and thou-
sands of people converge on it for the two day show, accommoda-
tions are at a premium. Reservations are usually gobbled up
years in advance. Arrangements are made to convert the schools
into dormitories where one can sleep on the floor with a straw
mat for comfort. Through the good offices of the Chicago man-
ager of Qantas Airlines, we were fortunate enough to secure
space in the hotel and thus avoided the discomfort of many other
Americans.
Although officially billed as an agricultural show, to demon-
strate efficient farming methods, unofficially it is an excuse for
a wildly exciting two day "sing-sing." Fifty thousand tribesmen
attended the 1971 version we saw. Some had marched for weeks
to get there. They were accommodated in the world's longest
grass hut, which stretched for miles.
The "sing-sing." or native dance ceremony, is a highlight of
highland socio-religious life. It is performed by huge casts of
Continued on Page 15-B
Brandeis Scientists Isolate
Substance To Lower Pressure
Scientists at Brandeis Univer-
sity have been able to isolate a
substance which is one of the most
son, one of the nation's leading
molecular biologists. Research at
the Center, which will have a
working relationship with clinical
centers in the Boston area, will be
concentrated initially on cell struc-
ture and function and on cell
genetics.
DR. S. LEEMAN
potent agents known for lowering
blood pressure. The agent, a pep-
tide referred to as substance P,
was first discovered in the 1930's,
but, up to now, no one has been
able to isolate and purify it.
The isolation and purification of
this agent has made it possible to
synthesize it and produce it more
economically than would other-
wise have been possible. Before it
became possible to synthesize sub-
stance P. it was necessary to ex-
tract it from the brains of cattle
by means of a lengthy process.
Dr. Susan Leeman, research as-
sistant professor of biochemistry
at Brandeis, said, "We now have
available a far greater quantity
of substance P than could ever
have been obtained by extraction.
This will greatly facilitate further
work on the physiology of sub-
stance P and possibly lead to a
clinical Evaluation of this
material."
Dr. Leeman, who began her work
j on Substance P about eight years
' ago through a chance discovery.
; said the agent is known to lower
blood pressure in mammals, stimu-
late salivary secretion and contract
intf-iinal-smooth muscle.
She said her work on substance
P began while she was trying to
purify a certain type of hormone.
While working on that project,
she was injecting into laboratory
animals stimulated a salfvarj
secretion.
-She Immediately began to work
with the aid of a succession of
grsfdUate students, toward purify-
ing thi~ material a peptide. One
of these students. Michael Chang
eventually succeeded In obtaining
substance P in its pure form.
"While Derformirtg this work.
we realize? thai this peptide had
she noticed thai the mat rial which
all the biological,activity, attrib-
uted to a s bstance called -siih-
stance P which was disjovemi ip
930's."*Dr. Leeman said. "Wv
didn't realize it at first. Ho
once we had reduced it to its pore
form, we tested it and foun.ii. l.ha
it fit the biological awl chemical
attributosof substasce P."
The Brandeis Biochemistry De-
partment was established in 1&7
through a grant- from Lewis S.
Rosenstiel of Miami Beach, foun-
der and now retired chairman o(
Schenley Industries.
Mr. Rosenstiel also recently un-
derwrote the university's Rosen-
stiel Basic Medical Sciences Re-
search Center which is now under
construction on the Brandeis
campus. The new Center will be
headed by Dr. Harlyn O. Halvor-
A handshake and a hug from U.S. Sen. Lawton Chiles are
in order for young Kenneth Siegal and Ellen West, two of
the 433 patients currently undergoing care at the United
Cerebral Palsy Center CU.C.P.) of Miami. Sen. Chiles was
the recipient of the second annual Humanitarian Award
from U.C.P. of Miami at a dinner in his honor last week
at the Deauville Hotel on Miami Beach. Fred R. Stanton,
Cerebral Palsy board president, explained that funds from,
the $100-u-plate dinner will be used to carry on program"
at the Center in Miami.
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Friday, January 7, igjjn
Obituaries
Charles A. Freedman, 70
Charles A. Kiwdman, 70, passed
away suddenly Monday, Jan. 3,
at his home, 1513 NE 125th Ter.,
North Miami. The father of Her-
bert Freedman, park director at
Mount N'ebo Cemetery, he came
here 10 years ago from New York
City, where he had been director
of display for the A. C. Gilbert
Company.
LEWIN
Henry H.. 71, of 700 N.E. 22nd
Ter, passed away Jan. 1. A resi-
dent for 4" years coming Irom
Tampa, Fla. He was a. real estate
broker, member of Temple Israel.
Kiwanis flub of Miami, National
Association of Heal Estate Boards,
charter member of the Miami Boaru
of Realtors, Masons, Mahi Shrine,
Y M.C.A., Elks flub of Miami, Jew-
ish Federation and a graduate of
(ioorgla Tech as an electrical engl-
'neer. Survived by his widow, Junn-
ito, sister Rosalee Lewin of Tampa,
Flu., two nephews Jay Iewin of
Fort 1-auderdule and Phillip r^ewln
of X.Y., niece Mrs. Helen Neff of
Tampa. Funeral services were held
at Van Orsdel Northside Chapel,
3333 N.K. 2nd Ave.
DAVIS
Cordon. S4, of Utl B.W, 23rd Ter.
p;ussed away Thurs4lay. Mr. Davis
h:td been a Miami resident for the
past r."> years cominn from Savannah,
I and a founding member of Tem-
ple Israel. He Is survived by bis
widow. Hose, three sons, Stanley H.
of Seining, Fla. Frank of Winter
Park, Fla. and Stephen M. of Mi-
ami, two sisters Mrs. A.me Lncko-
vitz of Gainesville and Mrs. Blanche
D. Kaban of Miami, eight grand-
children. Funeral services were held
at flordon Funeral Home with in-
terment at Woodlawn Park Cem-
etery,
HERSHEY
Sophia, ?.". of M.n. passed away
Monday. She came here in 11*42
from NY. Survived by son Kenneth
Hershey. M.H., daughler-ln-law
Jean. (Irandchlldren Stewart, Mark
and Mitchell Sisters Mildred Berke,
Bertha Freeman and Helen Weiss,
Bather Levy anil Martha Stempleo
all of NY. Services and Interment
in N.Y.f. l.'.i.U arrangements by
The Kiverside Alton Kd. f hapel.
FEINSILBER, Caiman, 7S, MB.
Hiverside.
FREED, David, 69, M.I!. Hiverside.
GIMPLEMAN, Nathan, 7.",, 1020 Me-
ridlun Ave., Mil. Hiverside.
LASENSKY, Thomas Harris, 21
N.M.n. Hiverside.
LEDERMAN, Samuel. 69, 1338 Drexel
Ave., M.H. Hlasbcrg.
NAWN, Eunice U, 72. 405 X. Hibis-
cus Dr., M.H. Newman.
SCHWARTZ, Faye. r,4. 112" Pennsyl-
vania Ave.. M.H. Newman.
STERN, Helen, 7fi, 1027 Pennsylvania
Ave.. M.H. Hiverside.
swirsky, Gertrude, OS, 3i4 BVW.
13th St. Cordon.
BOGEN, Harry, 78. 207. Collins Ave.,
M.B. Levitt.
COHEN, Sarah Y.. S8. l!'2r. Washing-
ton Ave., Mil. Hiverside.
GOPEN, Samuel. 73. N.M.H. Levitt.
GOLDBERG, David. 81, 1031 Collins
Ave., Mil. Hlasbcrg.
HENKIN. Abraham 1. s:,, .MM.
Hiverside.
KUHN, Anna. M.H. Hiverside. Inter-
ment Mt. Nebo.
LEDERMAN. Aaron. 6'.'. 1338 Drexel
Ave., M.B. Hlasberg.
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Riverside,
COHEN, Fannie, M, S00 Washington
Ave., .M.H. Levitt.
; GAGE. Royal Edward, Jr., 44. 1026
Alton Kil.. M It. Hiverside.
GREENBERG. Sophie, 84. 1010 s.w
l"th .\ve. Cordon. Intermetit Mt.
Sinai.
KING, Harry, 7,2, 1127. N.K. 17Slh St..
X.M.I!. Levitt
OSTANOFF, Samuel, 80, Ml Merid-
ian Ave., M.H. Hiverside.
WEISSLER, Tilly, 78. 121 N.K. 172ml
St. l-e\itt. Interment Mt. Nebo.
CHURGEL, 1-cna. 78, m.h. Riverside
FREEMAN, Stephanie Ann, 57, Miami.
Hiverside.
MATTES, Max. 71, .N.M.H. Hiver-
side.
ROBINSON, Isadore Jack, 82. M.B,
Hiverside.
BERNSTEIN, Louis, 82, 615 5th St.,
MR. Kiverside.
COHEN, Henry, 76, 1595 Normandy
Dr., MR HI a si. erg.
COHEN, Morris, 4710 Pine Tree Dr..
M.H. Kiverside.
GOLDFINE. Morris. 80, 730 Pennsyl-
vania Ave., M.H. Kiverside.
KAMINKER, Ixiuls, 70, 465 Ocean
Dr.. M.H. Hlasbcrg.
' KAPLAN, Sarah Hegina, 46. 420
Ocean Dr., M.H. Newman.
. OGUIN, Otto, fi, 153 N.W. 2nd St.
Newman.
, PITCHAL, Nathan H.. 68, 13800 N.K.
12th Ave., North Mlnmi. Riverside.
POZSGAI, Valentine, 82, of N.M.H.
Hiverside.
SCHAPIRO, Joe, 83, of Miami. River-
side. Interment Star of David.
WEINER, Samuel of M.H. Hiverside.
, ABRAMS, Anne, 81, 1850 Jnmes Ave.
M.H. Riverside. Interment Mt.
Nebo.
! 8ARMACK. Albert. 70. 2016 Bay Dr..
M.H. Hlasbcrg.
, CHALFIN, William. 73. 1160 11th St..
MR Hlasbcrg.
; COHEN. Morris L. 85. of M.H.
Hiverside.
DOLGOFF, Morris, 88. H'04 Marseil-
les Dr., M.B. Riverside. Interment
Mt. Nebo.
KELLER, Minnie Amelia. NO of Miami
Riverside.
KODISH, William, 58. 3831 SW. 19th
St. Cordon. Interment Star of
David.
ORNSTEIN, Rath, 53.
Miami Levitt.
PETCHERS, Josenh. 78
Ave.. M.B, Hiverside.
SCHWARTZ, Irving M..
dinn Creek Dr.. M.H. Hiverside.
SHAPIRO, Harriet (Haltlel. 78. of
Rnv Dr M.B. Riverside
SHOLDAR, Max M.. 79. of Miami
Riverside. Interment ML Nebo.
SIMONS, John J. 88 of Miami. River-
side.
SOMMERS. Samuel. 90, 19'0 S Treas-
ure Dr., N. Hay Vltlnav.'Cordon.
VIDE. Ktta. 89. of M.H, Riv.islde.
DREISIN. Samuel. 7S. 1051 >,'E "*>'"
St.. X M.B. Riverside.
GLANCZ. Mendel, 78. 221 Collins Ave..
Ml! Hiverside.
GLASER. Alexander, 73, 7.120 Wayne
Ave., M.I1. Newman.
GOLDMAN, Annie. 79. 1330 Pennsyl-
vania Ave., M.R. Riverside.
SEGALL. Renlamln. 78, 401 Collins
Ave M.H. Hlasberg.
SIGBERMAN, Samuel, 77. 1800 Michi-
gan Ave., M.H. Newman.
SUSSMAN, Hay. 83. of MM Hiver-
side.
TURNER. Frank. 71. 121 Collins Ave.,
MR. Newman.
MEVERSON. Ixuls. 68. 100 Kings
Point, N.M.H. Hlasberg. Interment
Mt. Nebo.
SCHECHTER, Jacob, 63. of M.R.
Riverside.
WISOTSKY, Morris, 74. 1428 Collins
Ave., M.H. Hlasberg
ADELMAN, Mollie, 86, 120 Shore Dr.
West. Gordon,
BLUMENSTOCK, Pearl, 78, of M.H.
Hiverside.
REINHARTZ. Ida. 72, 543 Meridian
Ave.. Mil. Riverside.
ROITER. Kalman, 73, 401 Collins Ave.
Mil. Riverside.
SEGAL. Anna. 77. 19331 N K. 18th
PL, N.lf.B. Hiverside.
VAN HOVEN, Elsie, 79, of M.B,
Riverside
waldman, Richard, 0. 163! Penn-
sylvania Ave., M.H. Riverside,
IEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-5326
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in Hi:: Estate of
LEON 1 )KI"N
I If. eased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims ami de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of LEON OKUN deceased
late nf Dadc County, Florida, to the
County- Judges of Dadc County, anil
tii> the same in duplicate and as pro-
vided In Section 733.18, Florida Stat-
utes, in their offices in the Count]
Courthouse In Dadc County, Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof,
or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 27th
day of De., A.D. 1971.
LAITRA OKUN
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the 7th day of January, 1972.
KWITNEY & KKOOP
Attorney for 1-aurn Okun
420 Uncoln Kuad
Miami Bench, Florida
1/7-14-21-28
formerly of
2371 Collins
82. 8770 In-
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 715587
(JOHN R. BLANTON)
In RE: Estate of
HANNAH H. MANDKLL
Deceased.
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED
IN THE ESTATE OP SAID
DECEDENT.
You are hereby notified that a writ-
ten instrument purporting- to be the
last will and testament of said de-
cedent has been admitted to pro-
bate In said Court. You arc hereby
commanded within six calendar
months from the date of the first
publication of this notice to appear
in said Court and show cause, if any
you can. why the action of said fourt
in admitting1 said will to probate
should nut stand unrevoked.
JOHN H. HI.ANTON
By: CORNELL ROBINSON
Clerk
Count) Judge
MYERS. KAPLAN, PORTER,
LEYINSON \. KEN IN
By: Edwin M. nlnsburg
Attorneys for Ce-Bxecutors
Suite 3041160 8.W, 1st Street
Miami. Florida 88130
Telephone: 871-9041
First publication of this notice on
tin- 7th day of January, 1972.
f.J. SEAL
1/7-14-21-28
IE6AL NOTICE
In THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-1238
(FRANK B. DOWLING)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate ..f
H1TII SCHIOW1TZ
Deceased.
To Ml Creditors and All Persons Ilav-
I 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
tin- estate of RCTH SCHIoYVIT/.
deceased late of Iwnl, fount v.-Flor-
ida, to the County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same In dupli-
cate and as provided in Section 733.-
18, Florida Statutes, in their offices in
the County Courthouse in Dude Coun-
ty, Florida, within six calendar
months from the time of the first
publication hereof, or the same will
lie barred.
Paled at .Miami. Florida, this 21st
day of Deo., A.D. 1971.
MOLLIE HKKK.OWITZ
As Executrix
First publication of Ibis notice on
tin- ::ist day of Pec., 1971.
PAfTIi KWITNEY'
Attorney for
Estate of Ruth BchlowHi
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
12/31 1/7-14-21
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE QOJJNTY.jyDGta court'
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
No. 715297
In RE: Estate of
KETA MAY HEECHER
Deceased,
To All Creditors and All Persons H-ivi
Ing Claims or Demands Again -
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re.
quired to present any claims ami de-
mands which you may have aga 'it
the estate of RET A MAY BEECH 1 K
deceased late of Hade County, Fli.'i-
Ma. to the UoBy *on%*. of D.|a
County, and file the same in dupli-
cate and as provided in BecUoc 7
HI. Florida Statutes, in their office* t
the County Courthouse in f>ade Cogn.
ty, Florida, within six calendar ir.mitlu
from the time of the first publt-,ti T,
hereof, ur the same will be barred
Dated at Miami, Florida, this Jih
day of December. A.D. 1971.
HENRY NORTON
As Executor
First publication of this no!' on
the 17th day of December, 197L
HENRY NORTON
Attorney for Executor
I40fl Dlscayne Building. Miami. F't
12,17-24-.;: : 7
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY (HVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
TONE INTERNATIONAL at 493 S.E.
10th cl. ltiaicah, Fla. Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dado County,
Florida.
TONE DISTRIHCTOKS. INC.
11 ::i 1 7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CilVEN th.it
the undersigned, desiring to e-igace
in business under the fictitious naiiw
of ABE'S WINDOW CLEANING 00
DOCTOR OF PANES at 22KE N ,'
172nd St., N.M.R. 33160 hiteiils ii,
register said name with the Clerk <|
the '.'iroult Court of Dade C nut!
Florida. _
ABRAHAMSTHCLMAN
12/17-24-2! !'7
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF T^E
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-35
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
Cl I ETON RAY HOWARD. SR.
PETITIONER 'HUSBAND
IH'TH WALLM'K BHIVAB
HOWARD,
WIFE
TO; RCTH WALLAf E SHIVAR
HOWARD
ROl'TE NO. 1
MRERTBON.
NORTH CAROLINA 88608
YOC ARE HERERY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed 1.gainst you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any, to It
on JOSEPH ROSENKRANTZ, ESQ.,
attorney for Petitioner, whose ad-
dress is 420 I Incoln Road. Miami
Reach, Dade County, Florida, anil
file the original wilh the clerk of the
above styled I'ourt on or before Feb-
ruary 9, 1972; otherwise a default
will be entered against you- for the
relief demanded i'n Ihe romplii'mt or
petit ion.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami, Florida on this
3rd day of Januarv. 1972.
E. Jl. LEATHERMAN'.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dadc Couhty, Florida
By: L. SNEEDEN
As Deputy fieri;
tClrcull I'our-r Real)
JOSEPH ROSEKKRANflS. ESQ.
Attorney for.P.tjtioncr 'Jliisliaud
Mtaml Reach. Worlds .
Attorney fot* petit inner ,
'1.--J4-21-2*
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-5516
(ARTHUR W. PRIMM)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
III RE: Estate of
RONALD .1 STARRER
1 leceased.
, To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
: ing Claims or Demands Against Said
1 Estate:
You are hereby notified and re.
quired to present any claims ami de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of RONALD J. SPARHER
I deceased late <>f Dad. County, Flor-
ida, to the Count) Judges of Dade
County, and file the -anie in duplicate
and as provided in Section 733.16,
Florida Statutes, in their offices in
the County Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty. Florida, within six calendar .
months from the time of the first
publication hereof, or the same will
be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 21st
day of December. AD. 1971.
BYRON L SPAKHER
- As Administrator
First publication of this notice on
the 2lth day'of Dec, 1071.
SHARPER. ZEMEL. RoSKIN AND
HEILHRONNER PA.
Attorneys for Administrator "
mo North liiscnyne Blvd.
12 24-31 1,7-14
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engan
in business under the fictitious nnnw
of SPORTSWEAR INTERNATIONAL
at SS7 N.W. 25th Street. Miami in-
tend to register said name wit
Clerk of the Circuit Court of L'"!
Conn; >. Florida
PAt'I, HDI.OW
STI'ART SHAPIRO
ANNA SHAPIRO
12 17-24- : :
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name (
BONDED MARINE at 900 N. !" -'
eral Highway, llallaudsle intends :o
register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dadc 1 j. ty,
Florida,
JAYSON LEWIS
PAUL KWITNEY
Attorney for applicant
42H Lincoln ltd
Miami Reach. Fla. 33139
12 17-24- ; :
EMANUEL GORDON-1946
HARRY GORDON-1964
IKE GORDON
JAMES B. GORDON
K-jordon J-uneral omc

Reform Conservative Orthodox
CALL 373-5533
' NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NoTUTi tS HTOvKRY OrVEX^that
ilw- unilort>(gHd. desiring to'>itgaiC'c in
business under ltftt- "fict lljntls -M tin- of
RBRRIN ASSOCIATES at ;fi S
DBcle Hwy S. Miami 3311" Intends tn
register said name with the CTe.rk of
ilw Clroult "'nun of Dade Vnunty.
Fterlda. 7 ,' ,
Hi 'SI.YN k. Herrtn
, 12 17-24-31 1 7
1 ne/.tKO : -- ^------
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA-HN PROBATE
No. 71-55S6 .
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
JEROME 1: I.EVl.V
I leceased. <~
To All Creditors ami All Persons llav-
ng Claims or Demands Against Said
E'tate: .
You arc hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of JEROME E. LEVIN
deceased late offDitde County, Flor-
ida, to the County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same in dupli-
cate ami as provided in Section 73::.u;.
Florida Statutes, in tbeie offices iii
the Cminty .Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty, Kjiirnla, wrthln six calendar
mon 1 IT* from the time or the first
publication hereof, or the same vlll
he barred.
I>t.'i| at- Mlsimi. Florida,' lids' 81st
day of !> mi., r. a l). 1971.
HAHOl D SOLOMON
\- EGxecutor
First publication of-thia notice on
Ih ilri\ of I....... 1971
S WII'EI. (iiil.DSTKIN, HMO.
(ioldnian, Boldstein Paerl-r
Attorney for Executor
2401 w. s( Flagler Strl el
Miami. Pla. 33133 C42-2411
12 -rtt 1 7-11
t|a.
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 71-23993
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
RENET. CltgUIDI.
Husband
and
MAE II. I'RQl'IDL
Wife
TO; Mae H. Ui-quidi, Wife
YtTT ARE HKIIE1IV NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has be.n filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to It
on .MARVIN |. WIENER, attorney for
Petitioner, whose address is lju
Ainsley Building, -Miami. Florida, and
fib- the original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before Jan-
uary it, I972; otherwise a default
will be entered against you for the
relief demanded in the complaint or
petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in 'I'll K JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami. Florida on
this 131I1 day of December, 197!
i:. Ii LEATHERMAN,
A !lerk, Circuit Court
1 i.-nie 1 'ountv. Florida
By: C P. COPELAND
As 1 teputy Clerk
(Circuit 1 '..in-t Seal)
MARVIN I WIENER, ESQ.
1312 Ainsley Bulldmsj
Miami. Florida 33132
Attorney for Petitioner
______________________ 12 17-24-31 l 7
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
No. 71-5463
(FRANK B. DOWLING)
in RE: Estate of
JOSEPH CHAM
Dercnsi .1
To All Creditors ami All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have aval list
the estate ,,r JOSEPH CHAM de-
ceased late of Hade County, Florida
to the County Judges of Dade Coun-
ty, and Hie the Mime in duplicate!
land as provided ill Section 733 Hi |
Florida Statutes, in their offices'In
the 1 ounty Courthouse in Dad.- coun- i
ty, Florida, within six calendar
months from the time of the first
publication hereof. ,\. .,.,, u m
in- barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this I7ih
day of Dec All 1971
IDA CHAM
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the 24th da} of Dec 1971
SPARBER, ZEMEL, ROSKIN AND
rIBTLBRONNER
PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATII >N
Attorneys for Executrix
in" N. Blscayne Blvd., Miami 33132
14-31 1 7~-14
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT. COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 71-237?5
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN HE: MARHIACK OF
EDWARD JOHNSON, Husband
and
I>RRA1NE JOHNSON, Wife
TO: 1-OKRAINi: JOHNSON, W
Oaks Field
Nassau
Hahamas
YOi; ARK HERERY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage- has been filed ngaiivst you a 1.4
you are requiri-d to serve a copy ol
your written defenses, If any, to it
on jack. j. welss, i:sy., attorney
for Petitioner, whose address is 'ii
SW. 1st Street, Miami. Florida
(377-9171), and file the original \v.tU
the clerk of the above styled court mi
or before January 21st, 1972; other-
wise a default will be entered againal
yotl for the relief demanded ill tint
complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive wcci,s
iii THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and tie I
of said court at .Miami, Florti
this 9th day of December, 1971
E. H. LEATHERMAN
As Clerk, Circuit 1 'oui
Dade County, Florida
By: c P. c.iHEi.ANl
As Deputy Ch 1 k
(Clreuii Court Seal)
JACK .1. WELSS, ESQ.
R44 S.W. 1st Sir. 1 t
Miami. Florida
Al lorn, y for petitioner
12 17-84
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 71-23896
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
The Marriage of
CHARLENE MOYSE,
Wife
and
EDWARD MOYSE,
Husband
TO: EDWARD MOYSE
I".-, !H! St
Brooklyn, New v. rk
TOI1 ARE rlERPBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of M'':
rlage has been filed against you '
you are required tn serve a ropy
your written defenses, if any, I" ''
on ALBERT WILEN8KY, attorni I
Petitioner, whose address is 114 Con-
cord llldg., Miami. Florida, and n"
tin original with the clerk "f IM
above styled court ..n or before Jan-
uary 21, 1972: otherwise 11 di faint
Will be entered against you for IM
r.ii. f demanded in the complaint of
petit Ion.
This notice shall be published 1
each Week for four ConsPCUtlv'l "
'ii THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN' .
WITNESS my hand ami the '
of said court at Miami, Florida "
this i"th day of December, 1971.
B. H I.EA'I HERMAN
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dad.- County. Florida
By: C, P, COPELAND
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Real!
A I BERT VVILENSKY
11114 Concord Rldg.
Attorney for Petitioner


Fiidcy. Icrr.ucrry 7, 1972
*Jewlsti Ihrkftur
Page 15-B
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTKI
LEGAL NOTICE
Jerusalem's Mayor Teddy Kollek greets stage and screen
s-crr Edward G. Robinson, who was making his third
> rait to Israel. For more than 20 years, Mr. Robinson
ii-cs been a supporter of the Israel Bond program, and
.Vbs made many appearances in its behalf.

South Pacific Journey
Continued From PaR* 13-B
h.
th.-i:- faces painted in ochre, with patterns of rod on back-
:. :nds ot yellow, given and blue.
On their chests hang clattering half-moon-shaped plates of
. r] shell; some also wear them in the pierced sept urns of their
-. Malty of the chiefs decorate their heads with plumes of
i of paradise.
The men dance, advancing and retreating, circling and turn-
z chanting and beating with their hands on black kundu
turns. "Sing-sings" may last for hours; the ceremonies are
rfonned to invoke the spirits to make the potato crop grow or
nsure that wives shall bear children.
Although the "sing-sing" is a world famous tourist attrac-
i' .. the show itself is enjoyed primarily by the tribesmen them-
iv.-s. Bodies glistening with grease, heads crowned with fan-
fastic feathered headdresses, and faces that no longer seemed
unuui behind the pigments and masks, they paraded for two
a-\ hours each day. Tribe alter tribe entered the mammoth
in a many 'times larger than any of our football fields. Ranks
warriors wheeled and closed in a thicket of spears. Drums
inded as men and hare-breasted girls whooped and danced to
h.- chants of music thousands of years old. ^Yc .confess that at
n- point we became so hypnotized by the swaying rhythm and
at-beat of the chanting that we found it difficult to belie\e that
i- was rraj Twentieth Century and that what wi> were,witnessing
actually taking place before our eyes.-.Caujght .uj} ,irr 'the
pi I] and mystery of it all, we rolled off-1.008 feet of film before
realized we had rah oul of what we had tliought.wfts,more
an an ample slipplyfor the. day's needs. '.*'.',
It had mined heavily the night liefim- and m were an Mi? deep
mud. This, however', could not deter us from' whIking about
fair grounds WheVe each tribe had its own display, similar
) our own state fairs. We were struck by the incongruity of
eing an almost naked tribesman from some distant village
q.iting his string of wives about, calmly eating a piece of roast
ig while holding an umbrella to protect his Bird of Paradise
eade'ress from getting wet. It exemplified the conflict between
he past and the present.
My wife was determined to purchase some of the unique
i ashell and mother-of-pearl necklaces worn by the women, but
ft? found it difficult to make ourselves understood. Finally, we
isi-overed one man who spoke pidgin English and who agreed
o act as an intermediary in our bargaining efforts. After that
hi :e was no problem; he proved to be a shrewd bargainer and
hanked vis profusely for rewarding his efforts with a dollar.
Originally, we had been scheduled to fly from Mt. Hagen to
fort Moresby and then on to Rabaul in New Britain. But five
reeks of intense traveling over great stretches of land and sea
ftere beginning to take their inevitable toll. Besides we had al-
eady decided that New Guinea deserved an entire trip in itself.
There is so much to see that our 10-day sojourn had simply
* bet ted our appitite. We had, for example, missed the most
xciting part of a visit to this fabulous landthe Sepik River
territory. This is the home of someof the most unusual
Primitive art in the world, recently on exhibit at our Art Insti-
tute of Chicago. This, however, Is a trying journey in itself, neces-
i (hating reservations months in advance due to lack of sufficient
I hcilities. This is slowly being overcome, but though we consider
1 ourselves hardy travelers, we are still not in the categorj ol
Adventurers, Therefore, Sepik River would have to wait.
Taking all this into account, we decided to cancel out Rabaul
Jnd instead head right back to Sydney, hoping to rest a few
iays before starting the long flight back home. In checking
further, we discovered that it would be possible to spend a day
pi Australia, leave on a Qantas jet Tuesday for the magic isle
>' Tahiti, and then pick up the Friday flight home. This would
live us a chance to rest and still get back in time.
Although Tahiti, like most tourist meccas, has now become
onsiderably commercialized, we found it a very pleasant inter-
tide. It is everything the tour folders claim it to be. We stayed
a beautiful hotel called the Tahara built right into cliffs with
Hoathtaking view of the sea and the mountains in the hack-
iround. It was a perfect delight and offered an ideal rest.
We left for Mexico City and our connecting flight to Chicago
letely refreshed. The unusual comfort and wonderful meals
'I the Qantas airliner added further to our relaxation.
Our Southern Pacific journey proved to be one of the most
I'joyablc and rewarding of our 26 years of traveling around the
lobe. We were sorry to have it end.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-5219
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Estate of
SAI.I.V SOLOMON
I H eased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing < Malm* or Demands Against Bald
Estate:
\ iu are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which "ii may have against
(He estate vt< sai/BY SoLtfMON de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the County Judges of Datle Coun-
ty, ami (He the same In duplicate and
as provided in Section 738.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dad.' County. Flor-
ida, 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 December, A.D. 1971,
ROBERT II. SOLOMON
As Executor
First publication ,,f Oils notice on
the :!4th clay of December. 1971.
SPARSER. ZEMEL. KOSKIN AND
HEIIAiRONNEK
PROFESSIONAL, ASSOCIATION
Attorneys for Executor
KM) N. liiscayne Boulevard.
Miami, Florida
__________________12/24-31 1/7-14
NOTICe UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKKK11Y GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name
of I.O.NC.WOOD HOUSE APART-
MENTS at 11GS5 Canal Drive., North
Miami, Florida Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
ALFRED MINIACI MU'.
NELSON & FELDMAN, ESQS.
Attorneys for Alfred Minimi
1135 Kane Concourse
Bay Harbor Islands. Florida Ml54
1/7-14-11-28
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72.186
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
I.V RE: THE MARRIAOE OF
\ rXCEXT ISKI1
Husband
and
FLOR .1. IIEH
Wife
TO: FI.OR J. REH
Edific.io Regina No B
Calle 73 entre 14,-a y 13
Mnracalbo, Venezuela
YOI' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any. to it
on MARSHALL U. FISHER, attorney
for Husband, whose address is 7014-A
S.W. 104lh Street, Miami. Florida
88159, and file the original with the
clerk of the above styled court on or
before Feb. 16, 1071': otherwise a de-
fault will be entered against you for
the relief demanded in the complaint
or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWI8H FI.ORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami, Fiorina on
this jth day of Jan., 14172.
E. I! I EATHEH.MAN,
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By: R. M KISSEE
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seali
MARSHALL B. FISHER
7M4T-A s.W. intth Street
Miami, Florida 881 SB
1 -7-14-:'l -28
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-5335
(FRANK B. DOWLING)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: (Estate f
HARRY GOLDBERG
I teceased,
To All Creditors and All Persons I lav
lug Claims or Demands^Against Said
Estate:
Von are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against I
the estate of HAItKV QOLDBERO
deceased late of Datle County, Flor-
ida, to the county Judges of
Dade County, and file the same
in duplicate and as provided In Sec-
tion 783.11, Florida Statutes, in their
offices in the County Courthouse in
Dad.- County. Florida, within six cal-1
endar months from the time of the
first publication hereof, or the same |
will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 82nd
day of December, A.D. 1971.
ALICE GOIJMIEHO.
s/k/a ALICE It. GOLDBERG
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the :ilst day of December, 1971.
MYERS, KAPLAN, POUTER,
LKVINBON a KEN IN
Attorneys for Executrix
1150 S.W. 1st Street, Miami, Fla.
12/31 1/7-14-^t
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
A-l INVESTMENTS at 1481 N.W. 7th
st.. .Miami, Fla. Intend bi register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dad. County, Florida.
DAVID CATEMAN
c, 11 YANKS
.Ii >EL R< IBRISII
Attorney for applicants
a82fi i lak Avenue
Coconut Hrovet Fla. 33133 ''
13/34-31 1 T-14
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-W87
(JOHN R. BLANTON)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
HANNAH H. MANDEI.L
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against I
the estate of HANNAH II MANDEL1.
deceased late of Da.le County, Flor-
ida, to the County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same iii dupli-
cate and as provided iii Section 7::.". -
111, Florida Statutes, hi their offices
in the County Courthouse in Dad.
County. Florida, within six calendar
months from the time of the first ;
publication hereof, or the same will
be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 23rd
lav oi December, A.D. 1971.
HARRY MANDEI.L
ROSALIE MESNER
As-Executors
First publication of this notice on
the 81 st day of Dei-ember, 1971.
MYERS, KAPLAN, PORTER.
LEVINSON & KENIN
Attorneys for Co-Executors
suit.- 3041180 s.W. 1st Street
Miami. Florida 33130
12/81 1, 7-14--.il
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.FLORIDA
Case No. 71-24799
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
PETITION FOR ADOPTION
IN RE: i'etitioa (or
Adoptioii of
VICTOR HUGO BllACHET
anil EMMA BI ACHF.T
Tt i: FBRNA NI >< i ARM A N I I
RABAZA
Address FnUnoKn
VOL) ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai a Petition tot Adoption of the
minor child .MICHAEL ANGBLO
RABAZA, has been filed in the above
Court and you are required to serve
It copy of your written objections, it
any. to It on DAVID II. IJfiVINE,
ESQ., attorney (or Petitioners, whose
address is 7"4 Alnsley Bldg., 14 N.E.
1st Avenue. Miami. Florida, and file
the original with the clerk of the
al.ov styled Court on or before
February 7th. 1972: Otherwise a de-
fault will te entered against you for
the relief demanded In the Petition.
THIS NOTICE shall be published
once earn week for four consecutive
weeks in THE JEWISH FLORID1AN.
WITNESS my hand and seal of
said Court at Miami,. Dade County.
Florida, this J7th day of December.
IHI,
E. IV LEATHERMAN,
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By: C. I*. COPEI-AND
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal!
DAVID II. LEVINS, ESQ.
704 Alnsley Building
Miami. Florida (Phone 377-1503)
Attorney for Petitioners
12 :ti l 7-i4-:l
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-5367
NOTICE OF PROBATE
in RE: Estate ol
FLORENCE BIEtiBL
Deceased.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO ALA. PERSONS INTERESTED
IN THE ESTATE OF SAID
DECEDENT.
You are hereby notified that a
written instrument purporting to be
the last will and testament of said
decedent has been admitted to pro-
bate in said Court. You are hereby
commanded within six calendar
months from the dote of the first
publication of this notice to appear in
said Court and show cause, Jf any
you can. why the action of saiu Court
in admitting said will to probate
should nof stand unrevoked.
FRANK H. DOWI.INO
County Judge
By: MELBA C. DICK
Clerk
DANIEL A. KAVANACGH. ESQ. t
110 S.E 2nd Avenue I
Miami. Florida 33131
37:1-2463 i
Attorneyand
NELSON A FELDMAN, EtSQS.
1185 Kane Concourse
Miami Beach, Fla. 38154
865-5716
First publication of this notice
the 3lst day of December, 1071
12/31 1/7-14-21
on
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious namu
of NOSH'N DELICATESSEN at 1K70
Alton Road, Miami Beach. Florida
intends to register said name with the
Clerk o( the Circuit Court of Dade
County Florida
SAMUEL TROPPER
OROVER WEINSTEIN &
STAIBER. PA.
By: Shetwin Stauber. Esfl,
Attorney for Samuel Troppor
350 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Floi ida
12 31 I 7-14-L-l
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
SANTIAGO & CASTELLANOS AC-
COCNTING AND TAX SERVICE at
12802 s.W. 45th Terrace, Miami. PL
intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court ot
Dade i ounty. Florida
RAUL J. SANTIAGO
12 31 1 7-14-21
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NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION 71-24814
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
IN BE THE MARRIAOE OP:
VINCENT ANASTAS1.
Husband
MARGARET ANASTASI
Wife
TO: MARGARET ANASTASI
9S.M Academy Road
Philadelphia. Pennsylvania
You. MARGARET ANASTASI. are
hereby notified that a Bill Of Com-
plaint for Divorce hns been filed
attnlnst you. and you nre required to
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Bill" of Complaint on the
Plaintiff's attorney, ENGEL HAL-
PERN". 1400 N.W. Kith Ave., Suite
17-G. Minmi. Florida and file the
original Answer or Pleading in the
Office of the Clerk of the Circuit
court on or before the nth day of
Feb.. IMS. If you fail to do so, judg-
ment by default will be taken against
you for the relief demanded in the
Bill of Complaint.
Tills notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive Weeks
in THE JEWISH FI'MtlDlAN
DONE AND ORDERED at .Miami
Florida tin- 28th day of Dec A D.
1071
i: B I I: ATI I BR.MAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade County, Plorida
By R M KISSEE
Denuty Clerk
11 'IrcUll Court Seal i
ENOEL K- HAI.PERN
i 100 n \V. inth Avenue, suite 17-G
Miami. Florida
Attornei for Plaintiff
12 31 1/7-14
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
71-24812
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF: J
CARl il.VN M ARRi i\V,
Wife,
and ?
PHILIP MARROW,
Husband
TO: MR. PHILIP MARROW
Residence I'nkaoun
You. PHILIP MARROW, are here-
by notified that a Bill of Complaint
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. F.N'OEI, & HAL-
PERN. 14'i N.W. mill Avenue, Suite
IT-G, Miami. Florida an.I file th
original Answer or Pleading in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 11th day of
Feb., 1978, If you fail to do so. judg-
ment by default will be taken against
you for the relief demanded in the
Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH Fl.ORIDlAN.
DONE AND (iRDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 88th day of Dei-. A.D.
1071.
E. 15. LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
By: It. M. KISSEE
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Beall
ENGEL A FIALPBRN
I4 Miami. Florida
Attorneys for Plaintiff
l^/:il 1 7-14-21
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-5519 I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of \ ""
SAMUEL WEI.VER
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands Which you may have against
the estate of SA.MFEI, WEINER de-
ceased late of Dade County. Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade County
and file the same In duplicate and
as provided in Section 73.'!.lti, Flor-
ida Statutes, in their offices in the
County Courthouse in Dade County,
Florida, within six calendar months
from the time of the first publica-
tion hereof, or the same will he
barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 82nd
da\ of De. mber, A D 1071
A DELE RABINOWITZ
DOR! iTHV LAZAR
As Bxecutrices
First publication of ibis notice rtH
the Jlst day of Dec., 1971,
SPARBER, ZEMEL, ROSKIN
AND HEILBRONNER
PROFESSI) NAI. A8S< ICIATION
Attorneys for Executrices
100 North Riscayne Blvd.
.Miami. Fla 33132
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Alumnae Meeting
The Greater Miami Alumnae
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to meet at the home of Mrs. Pan!
Fur-man, 615 Puerta Avenue, in
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presiriont, will be-followed-by a
presentation of "Reading Tech-
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S. Dixie Hwy., Tuesday at 7:30
p.m. The dinner will help to raise
funds for asthmatic children in
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Hadassah Groups of the Miami
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following .meetings and luncheons.
Morion Towers Group will cele-
brate Founder's Day Sunday noon
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uel Merits will narrate "This Is
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Kadimah Group will celebrate
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noon card party in the Beau Riv-
age Hotel. 9955 Collins Ave., Bal
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preside.
Lincoln Group will meet Mon-
day noon in the club rooms of 100
Rd. The audience will participate
in "Do Your Own Thing" with
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Henrietta S-/.old Group will meet
Monday noon in the Algiers Hotel.
Guest speaker will be Rae Fein-
stein, Eye-Bank coordinator of the
Miami Beach Chanter; Mrs. Han-
nah Friedman will preside.
Israeli Group will meet Monday
noon, in the Algiers Hotel. Mrs.
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Bay Harbor Group will meet
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present an International Musi-
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preside.
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by the Sisterhood of Temple
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