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The Jewish Floridian
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
January 14, 1972

Subjects

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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lccn - sn 96027667
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"(Jewish Flor]idl]laKi
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
lume 45 Number 2
Miami, Florida Friday, January 14, 1972
Two Sections
Price 20 c
$7.37 BILUON FOR FISCAl 1972
Cabinet Adopts
Defense Budget
Former SS Officer
oTiZ\oPinp^nl 152 American Delegates
Hideout for $50,000 Attending WZO Congress
JERUSALEM (JTA The
^binet has approved a $1.37
lion defense budget for fiscal
72 representing a compromise
ement reached between Fi-
ce Minister Pinhas Sapir
Defense Minister Moshe
fan. The fiscal year begins
ril 1. The budget includes
B million which the Defense
listry may "borrow" from
\\ 1973.
Jen. Day an said he would try
DP another $42 million off the
jet and report back to the
Wnet within a month. Sapir
now begin talks with other
kisters aimed at having re-
ed budgets ready for sub-
sion to the Knesset by the
of February.
In another area of major ex-
penses, the Cabinet heard fore-
casts of 1972 Immigration raised
from 45,000 to 65,000, requir-
ing an additional expenditure of
nearly $100 million to house the
newcomers.
The Jewish Agency has prom-
ised to raise half the additional
amount through solicitations
abroad while the balance is met
by contributions and bank loans
in Israel.
The Cabinet was informed
that a meeting of 150 key lead-
ers of the Israel Bond Organi-
zation will be held here be-
tween Jan. 30-Feb. 2. Their aim
is to sell $450 million in Israel
Bonds during 1972.
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1 Troops Retaliate After
Arab Attacks Increase
BONN (JTA) An unidenti-
fied former SS officer has of-
fered to turn A. Mengele, the
notorious death camp doctor,
over to Israeli authorities for
$50,000. it was reported here.
The offer was said to have been
made to Tuvia Friedman, who
heads the Nazi documentation
and war research center in
Israel.
Mengele, the physician who
selected Jewish prisoners for
the Auschwitz gas chambers,
has been at large since the end
of World War II and is report-
edly hiding in South America.
The Frankfurt Attorney Gen-
eral's office has a standing offer
of $15,000 to anyone who can
provide information on his pre-
cise whereabouts.
The SS man reportedly told
Mr. Friedman that his quarry is
in Paraguay. He submitted a
photograph of the wanted war
criminal which he claimed to
have taken himself in South
America during a recent visit,
and said that with a sufficiently
strong task force he could cap-
ture Mengele and deliver him
to Israeli authorities.
ZL AVIV In retaliation
i a recent increase in attacks
tie by Arab guerrillas based
Southern Lebanon. Israeli
Dps crossed the border Mon-
night and raided two Arab
Pages, leaving two Israeli sol-
and an undetermined num-
of Arab guerrillas dead.
he Israelis reported blowing
four buildings used as guer-
bases in the first such raid
Lebanon since last Feb. 1.
Eatyusha rockets fired from
inese territory exploded just
side Safad Sunday morning.
No casualties or damage was
reported in the first shelling
sustained by Safad, an ancient
city in the Galilean hills, since
the 1948 war for independence.
Police found a shell crater in a
dry river bed just outside the
town shortly after the 6:30 a.m.
explosion.
The shelling of Safad was the
latest incident in what appears
to be a resurgence of terrorist
activity against Israeli civilian
centers. Grenade blasts injured
six persons in Natanya and Kfar
Saba last week.
Ambassador Rabin Returns
To Washington After Visit
TEL AVIV tWNS) Ambas-
sador Yitzhak Rabin left for
Washington Sunday, following a
brief private visit here to ob-
serve the shloshim (30-day an-
niversary) of his father's death.
Ambassador Rabin told report-
ers at Lydda Airport that Israel
is still waiting for clarification
of the U.S. position on an in-
terim Suez settlement, an3 that
he did not know "when and how"
the discussion on the clarifica-
tions would end. He also con-
firmed that Defense Minister
Moshe Dayan would visit the
United States in February.
By Special Report
Some 152 Americans will be
attending the 28th World Zion-
ist Congress as delegates when
it opens Tuesday evening with
addresses by President Zalman
Shazar andLouis A. Pincus,
chairman of the executive of the
World Zionist Organization.
Other top luminaries who will
address the Jerusalem Congress
are Prime Minister Golda Meir,
who will speak on Thursday, Jan.
20; Pinhas Sapir, Minister of Fi-
nance, who will speak Wednes-
day morning; Moshe Dayan,
Minister of Defense, who will
speak Monday, and Abba Eban,
Foreign Minister, who will speak
on Tuesday. Jan. 25.
The opening session will be
preceeded by a session of the
Zionist General Council (actions
committee), Tuesday morning,
followed by a pilgrimage to the
tomb of Theodor Herzl.
A highlight of Thursday's ses-
sion immediately preceeding the
prime minister's address will be
a celebration marking the 85th
anniversary of David Ben-Gur-
ion. who is also expected to
speak.
Mr. Pincus' keynote address
at the opening session will be on
"The Jewish People in the Zion-
ist Movement Challanges and
Tasks." Israel's financial prob-
lems will be discussed at the
Wednesday morning session; Fi-
nance Minister Sapir and Leon
Dulzin, treasurer of the World
Zionist Organization (WZO) and
the Jewish Agency, will be the
speakers.
Among the leading American
participants will be Dr. Emanuel
Neumann, chairman of the
American Section of the WZO
executive and Mrs. Charlotte
Jacobson, member of the Amer-
ican Section of the WZO execu-
tive.
There will be 525 official vot-
ing delegates to the World Zion-
ist congress from 44 countries
of the world. In addition there
will be about 125 official observ-
ers, and several hundred alter-
nates of the World Zionist ac-
tions committee and others, who
will have official status as non-
voting delegates.
About 83 of the 152 American
delegates to the congress were
named on the basis of a mail
ballot sent to 700.000 enrolled
Zionists in the United States by
the American Zionist Federa-
tion. The other delegates, 45%
of the American total, have been
allocated the various Zionist
groupings according to their
verified membership figures.
Crash Program to Provide
Housing For Immigrants
JERUSALEM (JTA)Israel
may import laborers from
abroad and temporarily lower
certain building standards in or-
der to provide housing for the
wave of immigrants expected to
arrive during 1972.



News Briefs
p\ IVin/ Denies Reports From Israel
NEW YORK (JTA) Dr. Joachim Prinz, chairman of the gov-
ling council of the World Jewish Congress, has categorically
fcnied reports from Israel that WJC president Dr. Nahum Goldman
} planning to hold a conference in New York to use the Congress
a forum for criticism of Israeli government policies. Dr. Prinz
Irmed "utter nonsense'' the claim by the Labor Zionist sources
^at Dr. Goldmann planned to invite President Nixon to the al-
?ed conference. He attributed the report to "the continuing ven-
pila against Dr. Goldman in Israel.
looby-Trap Parcel Injures Bomb Expert
JERUSALEM (JTA) A police bomb disposal expert was se-
>usly injured last week while trying to dismantle a booby-
ipped parcel presumably mailed by Arab terrorists to an address
the Tel Aviv area. The victim, whose name was not disclosed,
Drtedly lost his eyesight; his condition was reported serious but
bt grave. A number of such bomb-parcels have arrived in Israel
iring the past few days. They appear to have been sent from
lenna. .
fomb Threats Force Meeting Cancellation
LONDON (WNS) Anonymous bomb threats forced the can-
illation of a formal dinner in honor of Herat leader Menachem
eigin and the cancellation of an assembly he was to have adressed.
lie Royal Garden Hotel management informed the sponsors of the
ent, the British Herut-Hatzohar, that they would have to cancel
affair because of bomb threats. The owners of the Central Hall
Westminster, a Methodist group, gave the same reason for can-
filing the assembly.
Chinese Leader Accuses Soviet Union
LONDON (WNS) Vice Premier Li Hsien-Hein of the Peo-
ple's Republic of China is reported to have told a banquet given for
an Iraqi delegation in Peking that the Soviet Union is sabotaging
"the just struggle of the Palestinian and other Arab peoples against
aggression." The Chinese leader declared: "Without the support of
American imperialism Israel cannot survive. On the other hand, the
Soviet Union, which is contending and colluding with American
imperialism at the same time, has tried in 1,001 ways to sabotage
the just struggle of the Palestinian and other Arab peoples against
aggression."
Former Swiss Police Officer Honored
BONN (WNS) West Germany President Gustav Heinemann
has honored Paul Gruniger, an 80-year-old former Swiss police
officer, who saved the lives of 3,000 Austrian Jews by permitting
them to cross the Swiss border and was fired from his job for doing
so. President Heinemann revealed he had written to Gruniger and
sent him a television set as a gesture of appreciation.
Many Jews Appointed, Bookbinder Reports
WASHINGTON (WNS) Hyman Bookbinder, Washington
representative of the American Jewish Committee, noted in the
Committee's Washington newsletter that during his three years in
office President Nixon has named no Jews to the two "show-cases"
of the government, the Cabinet or Supreme Court. But, he added,
many Jews have been appointed to all levels of the White House
staff, including Dr. Henry Kissinger, "perhaps the most important
Presidential appointment of all."
Details of the crash program
that will cost at least $100 mil-
lion were disclosed here Sunday
night by Josef Sharon, director
general of the Housing Minis-
try. He said the foreign labor
would consist of tile layers and
plasterers, a category of work-
ers in short supply in Israel.
The aim is to provide an ad-
ditional 6,000 housing units for
an estimated 20,000 immgrants
expected to come to Israel in
excess of the original forecasts
for this year. The ministry will
rely heavily on pre-fabrieated
houses, which can be completed
in six months.
About one third of the coun-
try's pre-fab manufacturing ca-
pacity will be earmarked for
immigrant housing and the
Ministry has options on an ad-
ditional 1000-1500 units which
will be imported from abroad
should immigration exceed the
present revised forecast, Sharon
said. The plans will not affect
housing for young couples, slum
dwellers and other priority
groups inside the country, he
added.
In order to speed up the
availability of the new units,
the Interior Ministry has agreed
to permit local inspection au-
thorities to approve temporary
installations of water, sewerage
and electric connections that do
not meet the environmental or
engineering standards.
Building contractors will be
paid special bonuses if they
complete their work ahead of
schedule and the treasury will
reduce overtime tax rates for
building workers as an incentive
to work longer hours.
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capped child.
greetings will be offered daring
the day by Dr. Harold C. BMdari,
president of t.ne Southeast, Region,
and Joseph Goiden. president-
elect The D"var Torah wiil be of-
fered by Rabbi Norman Shapiro of
Temple Zion.
Aftemon sessions will include Congregations participating in
Financial Management" for offic- the conference -*i:i include Ter
: by' Beth Israel. Ft. La;jderdale; Tem-
Li later, "What Makes For pie Shalom and Temple Sinai. B
an Effective Life-Long Adult. rjrwood; Beth David Congregation.
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.rs in the community. ^Temple Shotom, ftmtpaao Beach: '
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Is I Developed?" led by Mr Committee include Edward Rosen-
kne and a session on 'Integrat- (eld, Temple Ner T^-r::: Mc
the Formal and Informal Qprla ar.: J rris. Ten
Beth Israel; Charles H. Rosenbere
in the and She Ion Beth David;
an. Di Gerald L .-. and Morton
The Goian Chapter of the Na-
tional Oonferen Tenth ree> awardi ;ii the
Southern Regional Convention
which took place- recently in
Charleston N.C.
Joseph Ka.:<-r. secretary of the
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orlgL^al and art;-tic posters cx-
prf nioaa 'hr-mos of con-
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mi -riti as Advisor of the Year."
The chapter, sponsorerl by thf
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[itable chanter. Tn -addition. its
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Star of iJavid, was voted the best
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Rabbi Abramowitz Speaker
For Roney Plaza's Brunch
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, spirit-
1 leadr of Temple Menorah and
airman of the Greater Miami
ewUh Federation's Conference on
loviet Jewry, will bo the special
uesi tpeaker at the Roney Plaza
brunch on behalf of the Federa-
tion's 1972 Combined Jewish Ap-
|k-al-Isrn( I Emergency Fund cam-
paign. Sunday. Jan. 23, according
fo an announcement made by Les-
sor Gollurt. general chairman of
he Roney Plaza CJA-IEF drive.
The 1" a.m. brunch in the Roney
jM;i/a Auditorium is being provided
Vith the compliments of the Roney
pul) Ri-taurant. In order to assist
the Plaza residents in their con-
certed effort to raise the maximum
dollars on behalf of the 1972 cam-
Bigft.
The Israelis have shown more
lan their share of courage and
icrffia." said Mr. Golburt, "but
fiat alone does not assure survival,
lure is no case-fire on biurugra*
Jon, and with 50.000 immigrants
cpecteA in Israel this year, many
foni the Soviet Union, we must
rtamiel our resources to continue
ffght the war on human needs
d for human dignity for Jews
icivvt r they live."
jServing as cochairmen of the)
Honey Plaza CJA-IEF Committee -
are llei:nan Bernard and Joseph I
Bernstein; Louis Coleman has ac-|
cei'ted responsibility as initial gifts
biirman.
mitt'>e members are Norman Ar-
luek, Jacob M. Goldstein, Herman
Heisler, Moises Levin, Magnus
Rabbi Friedman Is Sunday's Lecturer
Rabbi Edwin H. Friedman will
give this Sunday's Greenfield
Adult Institute lecture which
RABBI MAYIR ABRAMOWITZ
Upton, Barnett Moskin. Hyman
Rubinstein and Meyer Schultz.
Mrs. Lewis Qreenberg is serving
as organizations and reservations
chairman. Building captains for
the A and B Building, respectively,
are Jack Berg and Philip Miller.
Committee members include
Bertha AlkotT, Bertha Alt man.
Jack Amigo, living A'rkln, Carl
Cotler, Charles Cramer, Jacob
Eisner, Bill Feitelberg, Samuel j
Friedman, Claire Gerjuoy, Harry
Greenbaum, Moe Herman. Gert
Kasdon, Sam J. Klein, Samuel
Layton, Fiances Packar, Rose Pas-
si. ff, Joseph Pickard, Abe Ptachik,
Sam Rudenherg and Bea UYis-
berg.
Mr. Golburt reported that many
groups are cooperating in this ex-
tensive effort, including the Men's
Social Club, Julius Spilke, presi-
dent; Women's Social Club, Mrs.
Sonia Cusack, president; B'nai
B'rith Judea Lodge 2855, Alie
Checkman. president; Roney Pla/.a
Chapter of Women's B'nai B'rith.
Miss Shirley Lifschutz, president;
Roney Plaza Chapter Women's
American ORT, Mrs, Barnett Mos-
kin, president; Hatikvah Group of
Hadassah, Mrs. Morris Herman,
president; Dvorah Chapter Miz-
rachi Women's Organization of
America. Mrs. Clara Goldstein,
president; Women's League for
Israel, Mrs. Michael Tatken. pres-
ident, and Roney Plaza Singles
Club. Ben Kutcher, president.
piaetiee of family therapy. Rabbi
Friedman recently organized the
Family Workshop, which conducts
training programs for families in
the traditionally troublesome
areas of family life. He previously
v as a community relations spec-
ialist for the White House with
the President's Committee for
.Enual Opportunity > {Joining.
A special invitation to parents
has been issued because of Rabbi
Friedman's topic anil his years of
experience in working with nar-
epls of college youth, as well as
earlier ages.
Non subscribers t<> the series
may purchase tickets at the door
Sunday morning.
RABBI IDWIN H. FRIEDMAN
bean the provocative title
"Teaching Parents to be Incompe-
tent," at Temple Israel of Greater
Miami beginning at 10 a.m.
As rabbi of the Bethesria Jew-
ish Congregation, an experimental
group. Rabbi Friedman works pro-
fessionally in other areas as well,
as part of the experiment. Since
1964. that work has been in in"
Dr. Wolfson To Speak
On The Life Of Spinoza
Dr. Abrunam vVolfson, 91. the
founder and director of the Spin-
oza Forum, which meets each
Thursday from 10 a.m. to noon in
the Washington Federal, 1234
Washington Ave.. was to speak
Thursday on "The Life of Spin-
oza."
Dr. Joseph Lang, a retired Mi-
ami Beach physician, will remi-
nisce about his birthplace, Buda-
pest. Hungary. Jan. 20; Dr. Sig-
niund Fogler. the Jan. 27 si>eaker.
j will discuss "The World of Sho-
l lorn Aleichem."
eh;.:
The Roney Plaza executive com-
Audubon Society Honoring
Gov. Reubin Askew Monday
iDov. Reubin Askew will be hon-
ored for his fight to save Florida's
environment during the 8 p.m.
Tropical Auduhon Society meeting
ajanday. at the Dupont Plaza Ho-
according to former Miami
mmissioner Mrs. Alice Wain-
Ight. president.
The society will present its an-
rwal Conservation Award to Gov.
^fcew for his leadership in arous-
al! environmental awareness
initiating his Conference on
Iter Management in South
rida as well as for establishing
Mask force to implement confer-
ence recommendations.
Yehudi Menuhin Featured
JViolinist Yehudi Menuhin will
be featured in the fifth pair of
Ibscription concerts given by the
|l a m i Philharmonic Orchestra
weekend under the baton of
ain Lombard. Both performanc-
l.will begin at 8:30 p.m.; Satur-
s takes place in the Miami
Eh Auditorium, and Sunday's
l-the Dade County Auditorium.
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27TEVETH 5732
An Exercise In Futility
BtMW -..r.e :*:.-. v-y-,.- \-.e -..-...-. trio- at the secret
j>et -

''-.. p .."-.-.".-." :'.: \-.v\-; /-.-, :/.-,& i**;T. -.-,.-.-.e.'.'-*c w.th
iT attitude toward United Nations resoiuhor-s which.
rare e'--.-:.- ;-. :.: h hee.- -: :z her interests.
!.-. v: v -.:..-s:. ; or. Vr-Vs
"-.".-..red S-.tres rratecy to be used
i.: :.: v.e .".-.-: .a-P-ar-Tar. -.%:1..t Her.ry Kissinger is
.-etytrted -. v the exercise 'planned, in fee
l."?i a Lxefy -. he ex exercase in futility the U.N.
.tsei w... .^ -... pr-,c*cx.ry do iiitie to terminate the war.
V.-.-.v^^...- Mccae the "JrJtec ' - -. :> or. erercje -. ru-.irv not serrinc the ceruse of
-----rerscJ peace b*e the selfish interests of each of its
memner states that Israel properly has refused to accept
.ta hr.drr.aa, wh.ch ~ considers anything but peace-mckmg
a: MMt
Demise Of Treiheit' Mo Great Loss
The question of Israel has been a thorny one for Com-
munists throughout the world ever since the Soviet Union
cast its lot with the Arab nations. lews sympathetic as
well as those living in Russia to the Communist cause
found themselves in opposition to the party line with the
resulting difficulties that create in the authoritarian orga-
nization.
Charges now have been brought against Paul Novick
of the Freheit. one of the few remaining Yiddish language
newspapers, that he capitulated to Zionism. After some 50
years of Communist Party membership he is being forced
to defend his loyalty and part of his defense is that his
"flexibility" on the Middle East issue is necessary to the
Freheit's survival.
Much as we bemoan the passing of the Yiddish lan-
guage press, the demise of the Freiheit, even over this issue
where its interests seem to lie with the Jewish people,
would be no great loss.
Nothing To Stop Them
It is a sign of the times that the latest convention of
the Conservative movement rescinded the penalty of dis-
affiliation of synagogues which conducted bingo games.
While the resolution which accomplished mis also ex-
pressed distaste and condemnation of gambling for fund-
raising purposes, its wording reflected the change in syna-
gogue financial problems which has taken place since
the penalty was first approved 10 years ago.
Synagogues which maintain the bingo practice will
be studied to determine whether it is financially necessary
to continue. Alternative fund-raising programs are to be
suggested, but since these are known now it is likely that
the 50 or some congregations which now raise money
through bingo will be joined by many others. If they may
continue as members in good standing of the United Syna-
gogue of America, the Conservative parent body, there is
nothing to stop this questionable device for financing
religion.
Why So Many Arabs Are Loyal
The natural rate of increase among Israel's 450,000
Arabs is reckoned as the highest in the world by that
nation's Health Ministry. Trachoma, malaria and tuber-
culosis, diseases which afflict most seriously Arab nations,
have almost been completely eliminated in Israel and
there has been an impressive fall in the infant mortality
rate, as well as the development of mother and child
services. The statistics in this area, and in employment and
education, speak well for the concern Israel has for all its
citizens and why 30 many of its Arab residents are loyal
to the Jewish state.
MATTER OF FACT
by JOSEPH ALSOP
WASHINGTON' -
n&s conrftarung a cortiy earn-
ps.5=r Oesgaed to achieve the
America r. defeat m wa- _-.
the one piax where that .s ftu.
The pace a the IS
t*. For their cur: reasons,
a rood many senators are oolr
jr.. '- tamm Is --a-:- 'in-
fest frorr. the jaws or .-*-.- ..-.
That is the real
what
North
meaning 9m
in Laos. The
invaders are
Their biggest
_> jtmze hi northern Laos.
It raj cio :c.w.ti.*3
THE fTJfc*T objective
ix. the ha* of the pa-
" 3- .-jadfer insti
v. ..-.- .& *; <.. U" Averell
.a.-.. The prince-prime
Well. now. 'iidn't Ed Muskie
scoop Henry Jackson her<-
weekend with his proposal that
the United States make avail-
able millions of dollars in aid to
help Israel resettle the thous-
ands of Jews leaving the Soviet
Union? Not quite as impressive
as $500 million in military loans
or Phantom jets but. you must
admit, a new dimension to our
Florida Presidential Preferential
Primary.
ITS GOING to be pretty hard
for some of the other candidates
like Hubert Humphrey, George
McGovern. John Lindsay. George
Wallace, Shirley Chisholm.
Vance Hartketo mention just
a few Democratic possibilities
to top the Muskie and Jackson
bids for South Florida's Jewish
vote; you know, what's left?
Well, it wouldn't hurt Wal-
lace if he promised the atom
bomb. Or Mrs. Chisholm. who,
(if the Herald quoted her right i
isn't looking for the Jewish vote,
that she'll keep the blacks out
of Forest Hills. As for John
Lindsay and the Jewish vote,
forget it, no matter how many
knishes he eats along Washing-
ton Ave., it's farfallen.
THE PUBLIC relations ad-
visors who handed Muskie that
issueit's hard to tell which of
the Jewish PR people did it,
since they have switched sides
so muchmust be the same who
sent out invitations addressed to
"Rabbi, Temple------------' asking
them to invite "the members of
your organization who are in-
terested in meeting Senator Ed
Muskie" to come to the confer-
ence he held on Saturday morn-
ing. Jan. 8, at 10 a.m. At which
-. Shabbos services
were to be continued ir.
Grand Ballroom of the Sheraton
r -Ambassadors.
Although, on further thought,
that may not be such a great
boo-boo at that, since the Jews
of America are not being wooed
for their faithful observance
the latest Gallup poll showed
that only Wi of us attended
Sabbath services regularly and
the Florida Democratic Commit-
tee has scheduled its delegate
selection meetings on Saturday.
Feb. 26. without a public protest
from the two Jewish State Com-
mittee representatives in this
area.
LAST SEPTEMBER, in a col-
umn which caused some behind-
the-scenes stir, I wrote that
'There is almost something ob-
scene in the way Jewish money
u being wooed by a number of
the candidates and the use of Is-
rael as a leverage which smacks
of a United Jewish Appeal cam-
paign."
"My own candidateif you
haven't known already is
George McGovern, and if he
hasn't managed to come up with
something new about Israel he
at least goes along with the
crowd in having named West
Palm Beachite Irving Larner to
direct his national finance cam-
paign and Norman Kasser of
Coral Gables to raise his Florida
money.
WITH ALL this coming at the
peak of the Combined Jewish
Appeal campaignr refer also
to a planned Feb. 1 dinner in
honor of Henry Jackson which
experienced fund-raisers Samuel
Friedlarid and Jack Popick will
I
I
er Souvanna Mm, U
to be driven out of VJentiane.
or better still, he is to bp threat-
ened until he bows the knees to
Hanoi. For the second objective
is to get a Laotian government
demand that the M.%
Mng the Ho Chi Mh Trail
in the southern Laotian pan-
handle.
The same aim of stopping the
bombing was behind fc-? .
mense stepup of Norui V: -
namese activity in the r This
has now d the Atr.ericar.
atory bombing of air'
missile and radar fctsta'Ja-
.:. North Vietnam. This
I : an inner-?ovem~
en*:- here.
THE QCESTIOM was
whether the cr^ .
irtant B-52 bombei*
ar.y longer be used in
Chi Mir.h Trail area in View
the vastly increased air- t:
from the North Vietaa.
President Nixon therefoxt mai
his courageous decision ID favor
of a major retaliatory effort.
North Vietnam had "to be
warned, in fact, that the Unite!
States has hai about enough of
the North Vietnamese MIG-2Ls
and SAM-2 missiles.
If it were not for the ILS
Senate, neither the intensified
air war nor the ground drive in
north Laos would have much
long-term importance. But to
predict the senatorial response
to Hanoi's campaign, one needs
only to read the remarks about
the intensified air war by some
of the Senate's countless Demo-
cratic presidential candidates.
(Continued on Page 1S-A)
COMMENT
by EDWARD COHEN
-
up- it may be sonst
for the Multiple Appea.s. Com-
mittee of Federation to-think
about.
Perhaps the best interests of
the Jewish community would be
served if the candidates applie.i
for allocations from th# CJA
and saved all this wear and tear
on their supporters. I'm sure it
could be workedmaybe on the
basis of the polls isee how fair
I am. McGovern isn't doing so
well in those iunder the care-
ful scrutiny of the Budget Com-
mittee.
HOW LONG, after all. can we
ignore the fact that all the
candidates, or nearly all.- have
pledged to make the White
House "and an allocation should
go to its present occupant. too>
a branch of the Jewish Agency?
I suppose there will be any
number of readers who won't
find all this humorous. As a mat-
ter of fact, I don't either. I am
concerned that as I prophesied
many months ago. the exploita-
tion of the Israel issue by politi-
cal candidates will do far more
harm to both Israel and the
American Jew than it can. possi-
bly do good.
I AM concerned that we have
learned nothing from our failur-
es during the era of Franklin
Roosevelt.
We must. I believe, get'rid of
the illusion that if all the. Jews
in Dade County stayed home on
March 14 they wouldn't b* able
to hold the Presidential Refer-
ential Primary. It might disap-
point the high h'4drs^biiPivrtuH
it hurt the Jews?


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?Jeirf fkridknr,
Friday, January 14. 1972
Rabbi Dudley Weinberg. Heft) outgoing chairman of the
Rabbinical Advisory Council of the United Jewish Appecl.
is pictured with Rabbi Solomon Schift director of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation's Community Chaplaincy
Service a: c recent meeting of the Rabbinical Advisory
Council of the United Jewish Appeal held in Chicago.
Rabbi Schiff Attends
Seminar In Chicago
Rabbi Solomon Schiff, 4ireetor of
the Grat< r Miami Jewddi Federa-
tion's Community Chaplaincy
S r^ice. attended a semrr.ar in
Chicago spori-orc-d by the Rabbini-
cal Advisory Council of the United
Jewish Apjjeal recently on the
theme "East Meets West: A Study
of Social Problem-? in Israel."
The seminar, which analyzed the
social ferm.nt resulting from the
different backgrounds of the Seph-
ardic and Ashkt-nazic Jews in Is-
rael, was hcxl with the cooperation
of the Unit.-'. Jewish Fund of Met-
ropolitan Chicago, the Chicago
Board of Rabbis, and the Chicago
Rabbinical Council.
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WITK1I ( Commenting on the day-long
t mioar, Rabbi Schiff said. The
meeting was most effective in that j
it brought into sharper focus the
social conflicts of colliding cultures
in Israel. Now, with a greater un- '
derstanding of the problem and.
the needs, we are better prepared',
to deal with it and aid in the-re-.j_
onciliation of the two dominant
mainstream-, while preserving the.
traditions and integrity of each.''
Durin? the meeting, Rabbi Her-
bert A. Friedman. UJA executive
vice chairman-Israel, delivered a .
fir>thand report on the internal
situation in Israel.
The Rabbinical Advisory Coun-
cil was organized by leading Or-
thodox. Conservative and Reform
Rabbis to act as a bridge betwei n
the UJA and the 3 million mem-
bers o' congregattens throughout
the country. The Council strives to
. knforce the relationship between '
the value system taught in the
synagogue and the philanthropic
i mbers in support
of human needs in Israel.
'Graduation Day At
B'nai B'rith College
More than IOC Ben B'riths reg-
istered last Ocutfxr for the B'nai
B vith College sponsored by the
Soisifc E4tu4a ^f/uncil^jfi B.nay
B'rith Lodge-, according to Mal-
colm Fromberg, president. D
the last three months, they have
attended lectures by a faculty of
experts discussing such topics as.
public speaking, history and facets
leadership, organizational struc-
ture, membership, linances and
bookkeeping.
Students who attended classes'
regularly ami pa-sei their written1.
tests received their diplomas this|
week during ceremonies conducted
at the North Miami Beach Senior
High School, and the siicc"-ss of
the endeavor has prompted other!
states to plan similar educational j
projects.
Hal Biitman and Julie Freilich j
were deans of the college: Jack |
Brown served as secretary, and
Mel Feigeles and Bill Thompson
as resistars. Col. Phil Cohen and
lack R. Click were consultants.
Col. Cohen also served as general
coordinator.
Faculty members included Henry-
How ard. Samu>~i Pascoe. Malcolm
Fromberg. Herman Nudelman.
Jack Click. Joe Butler. Sol Klein
Ira Catz and Jack Sperans.
Beth Ton* Presents New Series 01 Mini-Courses
North Miami Beach's Beth
Torah Congregation will present a
new four-week series of "Mini-
Courses" beginning Monday. Jan.
31. with expert- in a wide variety
.ds as instructors. Clashes,
which will be conducted from H
to 9 pan. and are open j,o .Ahft.fiprn-
munity free ot charge, will con-
uirough Monday. Feb. 21.
The courses include "A Trip to
Israel," taught by Dorothv Am- j
Ster; "L'lpan Hebrew." Nira Ha-
ran. instructor; "Conversational'.
and Written Yiddish." with Tess
Solcmon; "Joy and Mystici-m."
Rabbi Shclom Lipskar: "Psychol-
ogy," Dr. Jacob Moiganstern; "Is-
raeli Dancing." Renee She-man i
and "Comparative Religion." Rabbi
Norman Mussman. Rabbi Max A. i
Lipschitz will also lead a discus-1
-ion of "Fiddler on the Riof," con.
trasting the role of the Jew in the
shteti with present-day /fperica;
Mildred Augenstein w.!. show
Eternal Light films.
Ixxlge Ceremonies To
Honor Three Members
At the next regular meeting I
George Gershwin bodg* 1 :
K: igbtc I Pythias. Mraassy
7:30 p.m. in the Surf side < Sooiimn
it) Center, (pedal ceremor.ies will
oc conducted honoring three ol
its memb'
Morris Schwartzman, Nathan
Hillman and past chancel: r Harry
Baylls will receive supr-me life
membership for 50 years equivalent
of membership and devot Hi 8
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IYAAKOV AVIAD TO SPEAK HERE
Histadrut Conference
Slates Israeli Envoy
I Yaakov Avjad. Deputy General
of Israel to the United States, ha#
|on designated' by the State-el
Israel to represent the. govern-
g?nt at the seventh1 annual in-
i national Mid-Winter Confer-
ence of the Israel Histadrut
foundation. The conclave is sche-
duled to take place in the Fon-
teinebleau Hotel Feb. 15-17.
V Mr. Aviad, a veteran of the
Royal Air Force in World War II
and of Israel's War of Indepen-
dence in 1948-49. is a graduate of
London's famed School of' Econo-
mies and of the Israel National
JDefense College in Jerusalem.
The diplomat was secretary to
the late Dr. Chaim Weizmann,
first president of Israel, and has
served in the Israel Foreign Ser-
vice for the past 20 years. He has
Krved in New York as Deputy
Consul General in charge of poli-
tical affairs since July, 1969.
Mr. Aviad was director of the
Israel Government Tourist Office
in France.far four years, and serv-
ed in Prime Minister David Ben-
Gurion's office, froni 1952 to 1956,
Where he was responsible for
coordinating press matters.

5 Mr. Aviad is the son of a former
Israeli envoy to Scandanavia and
Switzerland, $be late Dr. Yesha-
yalui Aviad. Horn in Berlin, the
deputy consul general moved to
Israel In 1933, at the age of 8.
Mayor Eliahif Navi of Beer-
ftheba, Israel-twin city of Metro-
politan Dade Countywill be
guest of honor at the Feb. 17
dinner which will conclude the
Jlid-Winter Confijrence. More than
,000 delegates-' from the United
States. Canada, Latin America
and Israel will take part.
. A-planning meeting for the con-
clave will be held in the Histadrut
office, One Lincoln Road Bldg., at
noon Friday. Dr. Leon Kronish,
national chairman of the board of
the Israel Histadrut Foundation
will be reporting on his first 1972
trip to Israel.
Officials of the Israel Histadrut
Council of South Florida, (of
which Samuel Feinstein is presi-
dent and Moo Levin chairman of
the board) will host the Mid-Wint-
er Conference together with na-
tional leaders of the Histadrut
Foundation.
WATCH FOR THE OPENING OF
THE
JEWISH NATIONAL FUND
BOUTIQUE
ON FEBRUARY 15th
- Suite 353 420 Lincoln Rood Tel. 538-6464"*
Dr. Irving lefirtnon Judge Zev W. Kogan Hon. Jay Dormer
President President]
Southern Region
Chairman
Foundation
YAAKOV AVIAD
Dr. Leo Jung Speaker
At Fund-Raising Event
Dr. Leo Jung, one of the out-. thodox Jewish Congregations of
standing scholars, authors and Vmerica and professor emeritus
spiritual leaders during the last 50 "f ethics at Yeshiva University. He
1 is former president of the Jewish
Academy of Arts and Sciences
and has been chairman of. the cul-
tural committee of the joint dis-
tribution committee and a trustee
of the Jewish Welfare Board. *."

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of Yeshiva Day School, Solomon
Arluk, president of North Dado's
only Hebrew day school has an-
nounced.
The dinner, the school's major
fund-raising event of the year, will
be held at 6 p.m. Sunday in the
Sheraton Four Ambassadors.
The senior rabbi of the Jewish
Center in New York City, Dr.
Jung is a former president of the
Rabbinical Council, Union of Or-
The author and editor of numer-
ous books considered, standard
works of Judaica. Dr. Jung holds
the distinction of being the only
American rabbi who participated
in the Soncino translation oi th<
Talmud into English.
Barry D. Schreiber, North Mi-
ami Beach attorney and president
of the Young Israel of Greatei
Miami, will be general chairman of
the dinner, proceeds from which
will be earmarked for tuition
scholarships for the large propor-
tion of the schools students who
do not pay full payment.
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990 NE 171st St., North Miami
Beach, offers a full program of
general studies and Hebrew and
Jewish religious subjects from
nursery through sixth grade.
Oneg Shabbos Program
The next Oneg Shabbos of the
David Pinskl Club will be held Fri-
day at 8 p.m. in the Ida Fisher
High School Cafeteria, 1450 Drexel
Av.'. "Awakening of National Iden-
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Friday, January 14, 1972
Open Letter To Members
Of The Jewish Community
Doar Friends:
The purpose of this communication is to bring to you informa-
tion about the fact that the doors of the United States are now
open for all Soviet Jews who can obtain permission from the
Soviet authorities to leave their country.
We all know that the doors of Israel are wide open to every
Jew from the Soviet Union or from any land of oppression.
Attorney General John H. Mitchell has invoked the so-called
"parole" clause of the United States Immigration Laws, Section
212D5 under which he can declare certain groups eligible to
come to our country without limitation as to number, because
of oppression or persecution. The same "parole" clause made it
possible for hundreds of thousands of Hungarian and Cuban
refugees, including many thousands of Jews and thousands of
refugees from Egypt to be admitted to our country.
The fact that the doors of the United States are open
doesn't necessarily mean that the Russian authorities will give
permission to migrate here. However, all immigration from
Russia, whether to Israel, where the majority of Soviet Jews
wish to go. or to the United States or other free lands, is based
on the principal of family reunion. Every Russian Jew who
wishes to apply for an exit permit must show that he has an
invitation from a relative to come to the relative's country a
document called the "Vysov." Here in Miami, the office of the
National Council of Jewish Women in the Federation building,
at 4200 Biscayne Blvd., is prepared to help you fill out documents
on behalf of any relative you may have in the Soviet Union who
wishes to join you here and whom you wish to join you here.
We can't predict who may be permitted to leave Russia, but
unless the invitation process is started, the relatives cannot
leave the Soviet Union. The National Council can answer your
questions. They can tell you the cost of the documentation in the
Soviet Union, transportation arrangements, and help you to get
your relatives started in a new life in Miami, if necessary, through
member agencies of the Federation family.
We have learned bitter lessons in the past about failure to
act quickly and effectively now we have an opportunity to
act positively. Telephone or write to Mrs. Florence Alberts,
executive secretary, National Council of Jewish Women, 4200
Biscayne Blvd.
Even as we continue our support for Jews who wish to
migrate to Israel, in this way we can also meet our responsibility
to help those, even in Russia, who wish to bring their families to
the United States, after decades of separation and hardships.
ARTHUR S. ROSICHAN
Executive Vice President
Greater Miami
Jewish Federation
1st Family Admitted To U.S.
Under 'Parole Authority'
NEW YORK N.Y. The first
family of Soviet Jews to be ad-
mitted to this country under the
U.S. Attorney General's parole au-
thority arrived last week at John
F. Kennedy International Airport.
Simion and Emma Fcldman and
their two children, Dina, 10, and
Igor, 7, were warmly received by
Mr. Feldman's uncle, Charles
Miller of the Bronx, N.Y.. and
other relatives. Mr. Feldman, 36,
is the only son of Mr. Miller's de-
ceased sister.
Welsoming the newcomers on
behalf of the attorney general
was Sol Marks, District Director
of the New York office of the VS.
Immigration and Naturalization
Service. Also on hand to receive
the family was New York Con-
gressman Edward Koch, who has
expressed great concern about the
plight of Soviet Jewry.
United Hias Service, a benefici-
ary agency of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, handled all the
details. Harold Friedman and Gay-
nor Jacobson, president and execu-
tive vice president, respectively, of
the worldwide Jewish migration
agency, were also at the airport to
greet the newcomers. The family
will be received by Attorney Gen-
eral Mitchell tomorrow morning at
the Department of Justice in
Washington, D.C.
Attorney General Mitchell stated
on Oct. 1 that he would use his
legal authority whenever necessary
to allow Soviet Jews to enter the
United States under Section 212
td)(5> of the Immigration and
Nationality Law, generally known
as parole. Steps were immediately
taken to implement this stature,'
and the Feldman's arrival was the
first under the new procedure.
All emigration from the Soviet
Union is based upon the transmit-
tal of a letter of invitation from a
relative, Mr. Friedman stated, and
his organization is prepared to as-
sist in the preparation of such a
letter and all the other necessary
details.
Mr: Jacobsbn, who pointed om
that there has been a pronounce'i
increase in interest and actlviu
on behalf of Soviet Jews who haw
relatives in the United States, ex-
pressed high praise for the coop-
eration of the Intergovernmental
Committee for European Migration
and the U.S. Department of Stat
Dinner Dance Will Benefit Variety Children's Hospital
Literary-Cultural Evening Is Planned
The Moadon Ha Histadrut Ha-
Ivrit will hold a literary-cultural
evening at 100 Lincoln Rd., Miami
Beach, Monday beginning at 8
p.m. under the chairmanship of
Isaac Fagleman.
The first part of the program
will be dedicated to the memory of
the late Morris B. Newman, a for-
mer president of the organization.
The 23rd Psalm will be read by
Harry Perach-Kwitney. Rav Eli-
ezer Goldberger will speak on the
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School is sponsoring two fun nights
at the Miami Jai-Alai. Wednesday
and Thursday, Jan 26-27. Tickets
are available at the high school:
checks are to be made out to the
Miami Beach High School FTA.
Both reserved seats and dinnner
tickets may be purchased, accord-
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esteem in which the late Mr. New-
man was held, and Leon Siegel
will deliver a eulogy.
The second part of the evening
will feature a discussion on "The
Problems of Education in Israel,"
by Dr. Gershon Winer, who will
be introduced by Zvi Wohl. Max
Brooks and Golda Barkan will lead
the audience in community sing-
ing; refreshments will be served.
3 Floridians On
Deairs List At
Yeshiva College
Three Florida residents have
been named to the dean's list at
Yeshiva College, Yeshiva's Univer-
sity's undergraduate school of lib-
eral arts and sciences for men in
New York City, Dr. Isaac Bacon,
dean, has announced.
They are among 270 out of the
984 students at the school who
were accorded the honor for main-
taining at least a 3.4 (B+) aver-
age for the 1970-71 academic year.
Abby Berkowitz, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Murray Berkowitz, 3480 Sher-
idan Ave.; Chaim Sukenik, son of
Rabbi and Mrs. Julius Sukenik,
2820 Sheridan Ave, were the local
students recognized. Sheldon Gold-
stein, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan
Goldstein of Orlando, was the
third member of the trio.
A dinner-dance for the benefit
of Variety Children's Hospital will
be held in the Eden Roc's Cafe
Pompeii Jan. 29, with entertain-
ment by Liza Minnelli and her
accompanying "American Sun-
shine" group, according to Mrs.
Morris Lansburgh, chairman, and
Mrs. I. W. Green, cochairman.
A 7 p.m. reception and cocktail
party will precede the 8 p.m.
Mack-tie event. Mrs. Herman Nis-
wander is president of the wo-
men's committee of Variety Chil-
dren's Hospital, Mrs. Edward Mel-
niker is chairman of hostesses,
Mrs. Aaron Courshon is honorary
chairman of the dinner-danoo
committee, and Mrs. Terryce Kap-
lan is reservations chairman.
March Of Dimes Pleagewall-
The second annual March <>
Dimes Pledgewalk will take plan*
Saturday, Feb. 26, according to
Metro Mayor Steve Clark, 1972
campaign chairman. Anyone who
can walk is invited to-particpate
in the Pledgewalk, which will
cover a 20-mile route, beginning
and ending at tne orange Bowl.
Proceeds will be used in the cam-
paign to prevent birth defects.
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Humphrey Principal Speaker For
Technion Society's Conference
Hubert H. Humphrey, former I
vice president of the United
States, will be the principal speak- |
HOKKX M. HUMMMtET
er at the Premiere National Con-
ference of the American Technion
Society, to be held at the Ameri-
cana Hotel in Bal Harbour, Feb.
4-6.
City planner and builder Tibor
Hollo, whose Venetian Plaza con-
cept in Miami is expected to be a
tremendous business boost for the
area, has been named chairman of
the conference, and invitations
have already been sent to more
than 1.000 community leaders.
Jacob Rifkin, president of the
South Florida Chapter of the
American Technion Society, has
named Herman Applebaum, Abra-
ham Grunhut, Rabbi Sol Landau.
Rabbi Irving Lehrrr.an, Goodwin
Salkoff, Judge Herbert Shapiro.
Milton Sirkin, Sydney Wcintraub
and Meyer A. Baskin to serve as
associate chairmen.
The conference will serve to
bring together Society members
from all over the country. The
delegates wijl meet Laurence A.
Tiscb, newty^elected national pres-
ident, conduct workshops, plan for
the forthcoming Technion Jubilee
Year in 1974, and confer upon Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel Bernstein of Chi-
cago and Miami Beach, the Soci-
ety's first'National Service Award.
Senator "Humphrey, one of the
leading Democratic candidates for
the'forthcoming presidential nomi-
nation, Parted his career as mayor
oL the City of Minneapolis. He
served as United States Senator
for 16 years, then four years as
Vice President of the United
States. He was the Democratic
candidate for the presidency in
1968 and was reelected to the Sen-
ate in 1970. He is considered the
leading spokesman for the Demo-
cratic Party.
Mrs. David Garbelnick, a mem-
ber of the national board of direc-
tors of the American Technion So-
ciety, will be chairman of the ar-
rangements committee with Mes-
dames Meyer Brilliant, Seymour
Lichtenfeld and Milton Sirkin
serving as cochairmen.
Highlights of the conference will
include a banquet-dance Saturday
evening, Feb. 5. The conference will
also have the cooperation of the
Canadian Technion Society whose
president. D. Lou Harris, is a mem-
ber of the planning committee.
Keynote speakers are expected to
be high-ranking figures in America
and Israel.
Several symposiums are planned
during the conference, including a
symposium on biomedical engineer-
ing held by the Technion's Abba
Khoushy College of Medicine in
conjunction with the University of
Miami's College of Medicine, and
a symposium for the medical and
paramedical professions featuring
Dr. James Dickson, III, of the
National Institute of Health, and
Dr. Abraham Katsh Honored
Dr. Abraham I. Katsh, president
Of Dropsie "University, Philadel-
phia, was awarded the Jewish Li-
brary Association's Citation of
Honor, reentry In recognition of
his "wide and constructive work
iodine field of Jewish libraries."
Dr Katsh founded and directed
ttoe Library of Judaica and Hebra-
Ica at New York University and
Bioneered the microfilming of He-
brew manuscripts in Russia and
Other Eastern European countries.
KM) dub To Install
f The 100 Club of Dade County's
Installation dinner-dance will take
place at the Eden Roc Hotel Sun-
day. Installation and reception will
take place in the Regency Room
6:30 pjn.. and the dinner and
dancing will follow in the Cotillion
Room at "fc30 p.m., Arthur Leib-
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a panel of internationally respect-
ed scientists including Dr. Marvin
Sackner of Mount Sinai, Dr. Jo-
seph H. Davis, president of the
Dade County Medical Association,
Dr. Frank Gollan of the Veterans
Administration, Dr. Leon Harmon,
senior scientist of Bell Telephone
Laboratories and Charles Geeslin,
president of the Medical Sciertific
International Corporation. Jacob
Kline, Ph.D., is chairman of the
medical symposium.
An arts festival sponsored by the
women's divisions of the Technion
at the Balmoral Hotel Feb. 6 will
be open to the public and guests at
the conference.
The Technion is Israel's oldest |
and only university devoted to the
training of engineers, scientists and
technologists in over 21 academic
disciplines. More familiarly known
as the "M.I.T." of the Middle
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industrial, Armed Forces, corps of
scientists and technicians for the
world's underdeveloped nations. It
has over 5,500 undergraduate and
2,500 graduate students from all
over the world.
Ben Essen Guest Speaker At
Beth Torah CJA-IEF Event
Ben Essen, prominent Miami at-
torney and chairman of the resi-
dence and high-rise division of
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the 1972 Combined Jewish Appeal-
Israel Emergency Fund campaign,
will be the special guest sneaker
at Beth Torah Congregation's an-
nual campaign dinner scheduled
for Feb. 5 at the Fontainebleau
Hotoi arwrlin Lipschitz, spiritual leader of Beth
Torah and Irv Newman, congrega-
tion president.
i Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Golden will
be honored by the congregation
and the Jewish community at the
affair, according to Rabbi Lip-
schitz and Mr. Newman; Mr Gol-
den is a former law clerk in the
firm of Essen & Essen.
Mr. Essen, founder of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation's high-
lise division, which encompasses
more than 300 buildings and raised
approximately $2.4 million in 1971,
is a well-known speaker and lec-
turer on behalf of Jewish causes.
A past president of the YM-YVVHA
of Greater Miami, he has also
served as a past president of Tem-
ple Judea.
A director of the Fidelity Na-
tional Bank of South Miami, Mr.
Essen is also a past worshipful
master of the Hibiscus Masonic
Lodge, and has served as the dis-
trict deputy grand master of the
18th Masonic Distict of Florida.
He Is also a past member of the
board of trustees of the Hillel
Foundation and a past member of
the board of directors of the Na-
tional Children's Cardiac Hospital.
People in Israel
Need Our Help Now!
The daily immigration flow is rapidly
rising. Existing finances are being
strained to the limit.
Thousands of new immigrants from
lands of oppression are coming home
to begin a new life.
We are bringing them to Israel. Now we
must care for their needs. We can.
The people of Israel cannot help.
Their very existence is threatened
every day. The defense expenditures
are staggering and drain great amounts
of tax revenue.
In this hour of need we have a promise
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Jhe Kstbbi >pcahs \from \Jfte f^ttlpit

" .4.*
An Outstanding Busybody
By: RABBI CMA^I.KS >i. JilUW, luxid and understanding bet wee\
I on|rregution B'nai Raphael

One of the most unpleasant per-
'iij is a busybody. People resent
feOfpeone who is curious and pries
into his neigh-
bor's personal
affairs and at-
tempts to give
advice to every-
one <>n rvery-
ihing. He knows
all the subjects
and can give all
the answers.
However, there
are times when
it is a virtue not
Kabbi Rubcl to mind your \
v,+ien in fact it Is wrong, very
w+wir to mind your own business
pad say, "Why should I be in-
"vWvcd? What concern is it of mine
11* there is injustice in the com-
mhaiity, or evil beins perpetrated
ill the world?"
The outstanding example of a
Usybody who could not mind his
cfc-n business, is none other than
cur great leader, Moses. Just think
v.4iat would have happened if
looses did not care to become in-
volved with the Jewish people, if
he had not worried about the In-
.rstice of the enslavement of the
Vwish people, the viciousness and
f melty o! the task-master beating
1 he Jewish slave. Israel would
l-robably never have been redeem-
ed from Egypt; the children of
Jacob might have been destroyed
vnder the heavy yoke of slavery;
Jewish history might not have
bjfen at all.
Moses could very well have said,
' 3 am happy at the king's court.
3 live peacefully, and in wealth, as
a. true prince. Why shoidd I worry
.'bout those measly slaves of
Pharaoh?"
But. Moses, the great merciful
BOUl, di.i not say that. He went
cat to his brethren, saw their af-
f.iction, commiserated with them
ji their persecuted state. He risked
his very life, and was soon com-
(pelled to leave the warmth of the
Pharaoh's palace and flee for his
J)t"e to Midian.
This is the great human example
which was followed by many of
the grent descendents of the Jew-
ish people. All the prophets fol-
lowed the example of Moses. They
cried out against the evil of their
r'ay, the corruption, injustice.
< ruelty, and the lack of brother-
one Jew and another, in the days
of early Jewish history.
Men like Amos, Isaiah, Jeremiah
and Hosea all cried out against
the evils which surrounded them,
and never gave thought for one
moment, that they might be risk-
ing their lives. They did not fear
involvement.
Elijah dared to stand up against
a wicked King Ahab and his vici-
ous wife. Jezebel, and the 80 false
prophets. Nathan, the prophet,
dared to face even King David
himself, powerful ruler that he
was, and confronted him with the
serious accusation of adultery and
murder.
Thus we find that all great move-
o w n business, j ments of world revolution origi-
nated from people who couldn't
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mind their own business and who
spoke their minds and preached
against the establishments of their
day. This is the task with which
we arc still faced in this day and
age of so-called progress in the
year 1972
Witness the evil way in which
the United Nations is treating the
State of Israel, when oil the na-
tions at the U.N. except the United
States, have ganged up so to
peak against Israel, and will
not wince an eyelash if another
genocide would. G-d forbid, take
place in the defeat of Israel at the
hands of its wicked Arab neigh-
bors.
What kind of a world are we
living in when nations blind them-
selves with vicious propaganda per-
l>etrated by a great evil power,
called the Soviet Union, and BWgft
low hook, line, and lies and all the antji-Semithrpropai
ganda of previous ages. Will na>
tions never learn "from 'previous
history? ;" -"' \,
We hope that the day wilf crime
when nations wilY finally under-
stand that a day of peace'can onjy
come to mankind when the words
of the Jewish prophets who coulfl
not mind their own business w6)
become part of the life of all na-
tions of mankind. ....
CANDLELIGHTING TIME
27 TEVETH 5:31
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By: RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
What is the basic reason for
the -Jewish observance of the
Sabbath?
The Bible itself, when ordain-
ing the observance of the Sab-
bath gives reasons. In one place
the Bible says that the Sabbath
is to be observed as a "Memorial
to Creation."
By observing the Sabbath the I
Jew offers testimony to his be- i
lief that the Almighty created the ;
world and rested on the Sabbath.
Man, the image of the Almighty,
must, therefore, do likewise.
In another place, the Bible con-
siders the Sabbath as a "Memor-
ial to the exodus from Egypt."
The Sabbath, thus, is a symbol of [
man's freedom. A slave is not the
master of his own destiny and is
constantly subject to the work-
order of his master. Man, if he is
to be a free being, has to demon-
strate that there is at least one
day in the week when he cannot
be ordered to work.
The Bible also refers to the Sab-
bath as a "Sign of the Covenant."
Jewish tradition between man and
the Almighty. Refraining from
work on the Sabbath demonstrat-
es that man is bound by agree-
ment to a higher power and thus
does not work on the Sabbath.
In general, the observance of
the Sabbath gives the Jew a
chance to rise above the imminent
needs and pressures of his daily
lile to the transendency of a high-
er order.
Why do pious i-ople engage
In study on the Sabbath?
Without study, the observance
of the Sabbath takes on a purely
negative form. It is for this rea-
son that some people find it so
difficult to observe the Sabbath.
To these people the Sabbath is
only restrictive. They sec no
positive advantage.
To the Jew who studies and
contemplates on the Sabbath, the
Sabbath is, indeed, a rich store-
house of ideas to be harvested by
the human mind which is relaxed
and receptive on this day because
it has been freed from material
considerations.
Man, on this day disc-overs the
deep mysteries of the realm of
the intellect. It is the one day in
which he shows himself to be
higher than the animal because
the animal cannot conceive of
such experiences.
The Sabbath is. thus, a day of
sheer intellectual and spiritual de-
light.
Vo-Eroh
"And God spoke unto Moses and said unto Ijim, i Am the
"LordVand I appeared unto Abraham, unto Isaac and unto JaceB;
as God Almighty ." (Chapter 6:2-9)
GOD RENEWS HIS PROMISE: God revealed himself to
Moses as the One whose promises to the patriarch would now be
fi'lfillei. for the Israelites would be redeemed from bondage and
. occupy the Promised Land. The people, crushed in spirit, refused
tc listen to Moses when he passed on God's message. Moses
himself was faint hearted; how would Pharaoh listen to him.
- especially as his speech was impaired, he questioned. He was
told that Aaron was to be his spokesman, yet Pharaoh would
refuse to let the people go until God had inflicted severe punish-
I meets upon Egypt.
Moses was 80 years old and Aaron 83 when they carried out
their mission. Knowing that Pharaoh would be impressed by
some wondrous manifestation, Aaron cast down his rod before
hun and it turned into a serpent, but the Egyptian magicians
were able to imitate this wonder and even though Aaron'.- rod
swallowed up their rods. Pharaoh was not impressed.
THE PLAGUES OF EGYPT: The first plague was now in-
flicted upon Egypt After warning Pharaoh of the consequences,
Aaron, at Moses' instruction, waved his rod over the river Nile,
and its waters, canals and reservoirs turned into blood; the fish
died and the water became foul. The plague continued for seven
days. Then followed the second plague, in which frogs swarmed
over the land; the third plague, in which gnats swarmed over
man and beast; the fourth plague, in which insects invaded
Egyptian homes but not the homes of the Israelites; the fifth
plague, in which many cattle of Egypt became diseased and sub-
sequently died while the cattle of Goshen home of the Israelites
--remained healthy. The sixth plague occurred when in Phar-
aoh's presence, ashes taken from the furnaces were sprinkled by
Moses towards heaven; they turned to dust and caused boils to
break out on man and beast. The seventh plague was a terrible
slorm of hail and lightning which raged over Egypt, killing many
Egyptian men and beasts and destroying crops. And yet Pharaoh
remained stubborn and refused to free the children of Israel from
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Host: Rabbi Solomon Schiff, director
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Topic: "Jewish Family"
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A H A V A T SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox
Cantor Aron Ben Aron. 1
ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowitz 2
BETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. Ken.
dall Dr. S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. 3
Today 8:30 p.m. Topi.-: "Thin** Will
G.i Worse Before Thej Will (Jet
l-.. i ter"
BETH DAVID. 2626 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Rasbi Sol Landau.
Cantor William W. Lipson 4
Friday B p m. Sermon: "The Jewish
Community f TomorrowA Plan."
Saturday 9 a.m. Bar Mltsvah: Mark
V- iikind", ran f Dr. and Mrs. Elllol
I 11 kind.
lETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi H. Rothman 5
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Leon Segal,
lh-lday 8:15 p.m. Topic: "To Live An-
tliter Year!" Saturday <:4.'i a.m. "The
Hi LjCv." 6:15 p.m. "Our Response!"
BETH TOV (Temple). 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Cantor Seymour
t-mkes 8
Friday R:1S i> m. Rabbi Sheldon IM-
Ward.f Topie: "Believing', Belonging
and Becoming" followed by (meg
jbaMiat hosted by Mi" and .Mrs. Saul
Penick In honor of their Wedding
anniversary.
ISRAEL (Temple) OF GREATER
Miami. 137 NE 19th Street. Reform.
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. 10
Juida> B IS p.m. Topic: "What Makes
A (Jood Jew'.'"
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Cantor Nathan
Parnass. 11
OR OLOM (Temple) B755 SW 16th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph
Glixman. 13
TIPERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein. 14
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon topic: "Why
do the Jewish people all.ne of all re-
ligions refrain from Missionary activ-
ity?" ____
2ION (Temple) 8000 Miller Rd. Con-
servative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro.
16
Friday 8:30 p.m. Saturday 8 a.m.
HIALEAH
TIFERETH JACOB (Temple). 951 E.
4th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Na-
than Zolondek. 15
Friday 8:18 p.m Quest speaker Rev.
M. Wendell llainlin of All Angles Epis-
copal Church In Miami Sprint,-*, will
disease: "Bridging the dap." Batur-
Saj 8:30 a in
NORTH MIAMI
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
13600 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
Rabbi Joseph Gorfinkel, Cantor Ben
Zion Kirschenbaum. 85
MIAMI BEACH
AGUDATH ISRAEL, 7801 Carlyle Ave
Orthodox. 17
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Berel We'.j. 18
BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. 8jWir
sky. Cantor Maurice Mamches. 19
BETH RAPHAEL (Temple). 1545
Jefferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh. 20
BETH SHOLOM < Temple). 4144
Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kronish. Cantor David Conviser. 21
Friday X:lj p.m. Dr. Leon Kronish
will report on Israel. Saturday 10:4">
a.m. liar Milzvah: Seth David Rosen.
Mm of Dr. and Mrs. Robert Rosen.
6 p.m. liar Mltsvah: Gregory Marx,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Marx.
NER TAmiu 11 empte). 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Conservative.
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Ed-
ward Klein. 29
BETH TFILAH 931 Euclid Ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-
Sky. 22
BETH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGREGA-
TION, 843 Meridian Avenue. 2i A
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Dow Rozencwaig. 23
EMANUEL (Temple). 1701 Washing-
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler. 24
Friday 8:80 p.m. Dr. Irving I^ehrmar:
will preach on: 'The Art of Kevpon-
slble Living.'1 Saturday 9 n.m. "The
Weekly Portion wf the Btblei" 10:31)
a.m. liar Mitzvah: Steven, son of
Mr and Mrs. Abe Friedman. *
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HEBREW ACADEMY. 240O Plnetree
Dr. Orthodox. Rirbbi Alexander S.
Gross ; 25
OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bonita Dr.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber-
man. 30
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SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmias. 31
CONGREGATION TZ 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). 1026
NE Miami Gardens Dr. Conserva-
tive. Rabbi Milton Schlinsky. Can-
tor Nathaniel Schub. 33
CONO. AN-NELL (Branen or He-
brew Academy).17th St. and Merid-
ian Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham
Ben>
e*H,,.J. __V_.,;
:oJ "C.* COHEN Cl
ETH TORAH. NE 164th St. at
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max
schitz. Cantor Jacob Renzer.
11th
Lip-
34
Reform. Rabbi Morris Kipper 40
Friday 8:15 p.m.
ZAMORA (Temple) 44 Zamora Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell Berg-
er. Cantor Mordecai Yardeini 41
Friday 8:15 p.m. "Ask the Rabbi"
questions and answers. Saturday bli
a.m.
SURFSIDE
MC|AN DAVID CONGREGATiON.
9293 Harding Ave., Surfside, Town
Hall Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac D. Vine.
60
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FT. UUDERDA1E
BETH ISRAEL (Temple). 647 E. Oak-
land Park Blvd. Rabbi Akiva Brll-
Itant. Cantor Maurice Neu. 42
>-
EMANU-EL. 3245 W. Oakland Pars
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Arthur J. Ab-
rame. Cantor Jerome Klement. 48
P0MPAN0 BEACN
SHOLOM (Temple). 132 SE 11th Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Morris A. Skop.
Cantor Ernest Schreiber. 48
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St
Conservative. Rabbi Charles Rubel
- Cantor Jack Lerner. 36
MARGATE JEWISH
NW 9th 6t.
MARGATE
CENTER.
101
JACOQ "C* COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington
Ave. Or.thodox. R-abbi Tibor H.
Stem. Cantor Meyer Engel. ', 20
KNESETH ISRAEL, 1411 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield
Cantor Abraham Self. 21
MENORAH (Temple). B20, 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Nlco Feldman. 28
Friday 8:15 pni. 1At Mitr.vah: Lillian
1 ileml.erK. dHUKhter of Mr. and Mrs
Isaac Meinl.wu Salu-ni.-i.v ii sjun. par
Mitzvah: Ogjcjy. Kygar.,s.>u of Mr. and
Mrs. Mariano SyKc
SINAI (Temple) o1 NORTH DADB
18801 NE i'2nd Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Ralph P. Kingsley. Cantor Irving
. Shulkes. 37
Friday 8:18 p.m. Topi.-: "The Russ-
28-A lug Phantom Strikes Venn Only this
1 time h<- is close to norm Saturday
10:30 a.m.
.SKY LAKE 6YNAGOGUE. 18151 NE
I 19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E.
Caplan. 3a
.Friday 5:30 p.m. Saturday 9 n 111 Ser-
mon: "You Can't Preach Religion to
Slaves."
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER
MIAMI. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox
Rabbi Naftali Porush. 39
CORAL GABLES
IJUDEA (Temple). 6500 Granada Blvd.
HAUANDALE
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER
Rabbi Max J. Weitz. Cantor Rev.
Jacob Danziger. 126 N.E. 1st Avs.
44
HOLLrtrVSOB
BETH EL (Temple). 1351 S. 14th Ave.
Heform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. 48
Friday 8:15 p.m. Topic: "Holdin* To Our Traditions." Saturday II .1.111
Bar Mltsvah: Stephen Gary Dresrhrr,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Drescher
BETH SHALOM (Temple). 1728 Mon-
roe St. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Cantor Irving Gold. 48
SINAI (Temple). 1201 Johnson St.
Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro.
Cantor Yehuda Heilbraun. 47
MIRAMAR
ISRAEL (Temple) 6920 SW 85th St.
Conservative. 4
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Friday, January 14, 1972
+Jm1st) Meridian
Page 11-A
s\&
Max Lerner
Sees It
NEW YORK- The full field is out now at the start of
Phase Two; Muskies declaration has been made, and Lindsay's,
too. and Humphrey's is to come soon, and Vance Hartke and
Shirley Chisholm are campaignins actively. The question during
Phase Ore was whether the candidates could Ret recognition,
money and enough support to avoid being a figure of fun. It
was the phase of th- concealment that doesn't conceal. Phase
Two Ls that of the declaration that doesn't surprise, the period
of the shakedown before the battle. Phase Three, the primaries,
i- the battle which eliminates some but doesn't assure victory
for anyone. Phase Four the conventionsis the showdown
within the parties that breaks everyone's heart except the two
final adversaries. Phase Five, the election itself, breaks one of
those two.
There is little chance that either Rep. McCloskey on Nixon's
left; or Rep. Ashbrook on his right, will take the nomination
froth him. In a sense they serve Nixon'.; purpose by locating him
where he always likes to be in the middle. Yet currently he
feels the pressure from the Republican right more keenly. Hence
bis promise, for the present, to keep Spiro Agnew on his ticket.
THE CAST OF CHARACTERS among the Democrats isn't
nearly so symmetrical. John V. Lindsay's wooing the Democratic
nomination came with unseemly hast? after his farewell to the
Republicans, and recalled Hamlet's complaint about his mother
that thi funeral baked meats of her first husband's death did
oidly furnish the marriage tables of her second husband. There
is more gloom in the Lindsay camp than was expected: Even
before his candidacy had taken fire, it strikes many as a burned-
out ease.
Congresswoman Shirley Chisholm has grieved Lindsay and
McGovern by her bid to split the liberal black vote, but she has
grieved'her hlack political brothers even more. As the clearest
liberal Candidate in the field, Sen. McGovern is bound to do
creditably in the primaries, but is likely to falter in the conven-
tion. His weakness is that of ArLstides: People are numbed by
his liberal virtues, and are tired of hearing him called the Just.
As a result, they don't take much note of his position on issues
which will prove fatal, since McGovern is either an issue
irari or he Ls nothing
.ft *
OF THE TWO MINNESOTA candidates. Gene McCarthy is
no longer mining the Ivy League and,big state universities as he
did in 1968. hut^ias shifted to t^ie ^omewfcat squarW-gstudent
a^Tfterf('?!r<)5; rhe interior, Aliei'e 'he gets some TCsporfer*.* He Is
still low-key, antihero, very much his own roan with,his own
political' -i> le. "Yet one cant', help feeling (distorting Victor
Hugo a hit i thai tinier ,than the tread of tiny armies is the
power of an idea whose hour has passed.
Hubert Humphrey:-ls* too ienacious to be written off'so soon.
Along with Henry .laeksnrvhe has the support of the big unions,
especially since Nixon has angered George Meany, and hell's only
fury madder than a woman scorned is a labor leader humiliated
l> lore his men. Humphrey is a confident pro by now, and he has
the money to make his run. But 19G8 will not down, as witness
the boorish fanatical heckling he got at Philadelphia from a
small band of left-wing scientists. Despite James Cain, the post-
man rarely rings a second time, especially if the dog chased him
away lhe first lime.
ft ft ft
AS FOR SAM VORTV, I gather that his presidential
d' sign is more than a publicity gimmick, that he actually be-
ll -\es the right-wing voters will respond to him nationally. In
the thirst) political desert, every man to his own mirage.
It isn t clear yet whether Sen. Jackson's campaign is Opera-
tion Mirage, too. He is having image-mixture trouble. So is
Nixon, yes. But while Nixon has thus far got away with his
contradictions. Jackson's mixture puzzles people. He is too
liberal on domestic issues for the conservatives to make a hero
of him, and his hard-line world view makes most liberals sputter
and fume.
Accordingly, he hasn't started a prairie fire on the Gallup-
Harris plains. Once in office a President can manage such a
si.lit image, and sometimes it even helps him. But a candidate
needs a simpler and more total image.
Sen. Muskies candidacy is solidly based, slightly left-of-
center. He, too, doesn't light fires in the voter's heart, but he
does less polarizing of emotions than the rest, has kept his lead
pretty steadily and has shown a candidate's most telling quality
the capacity to survive. If in the end Kennedy ousts him at
the convention, Kennedy will show more than survival power:
He will show the capacity to come back from the dead. In that
case, Muskie will have been overcome by th? triumph of Lazarus.
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The program began at Temple
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Friday. January J4, ^972
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This Week In History...
46 Years Ago This Week: I99t
The only Hebrew paper in Hun-
gt-ry, 'Hatzpteh,' closed after 20
y.:is for fjnandul reasons.
i **^C *.* Mtm .1 !*
El Siglo Futuro, Catholic organ
in Madrid, insisted "the govern-
ment should adhere to the wise
decision of the glorious Catholic
King (Ferdinand t who saved Spain
by expelling the Jews."
The Polish Tribunal overruled
the forced closing of thousands of
Jewish bakeries for lack of "mech-
anization."
Valeriu Pop, close to the anti-
Semitic Cuzists, was named Ru-
manian Justice Minister.
Eighty top U.S. government
leaders formed an American Pal-
estine Committee, which Emanuel
Neumann termed "historical in
significance."
JTA correspondent Pierre Van
Paaaeu Mid: "When (Hitler takes
power) there will not be any
Wholes**? exodus tof the Jews from
the Reich or a massacre, as some
have expected. Hitler is going to
crush the Jews economically."
German Jewish banker Willy
Sundheimer declared, "Of course
there will be much unpleasantness
under a Hitler regime. Here and
there, there may be several Jew-
ish heads smashed,, but I don't
believe that a pogrom or mass
massacre of the Jews in Germany
as there used to be in Russia will
ever occur in Germany."
Baroness Helene Nostitz-Von
Hindenburg, niece of Germany's
president: "I believe the German
people recognize the qualities for
good in the Jewish people, and this
contributions by Jews to Germany,
and I do not believe that anything
very drastic will occur to rob tho
Jews of their rights."
10 Years Ago This Weak: 1963
Lt. Col. Israel Beer, professor of
military history at Tel Aviv Uni-
versity and ex-adviser to Premier
Ben-Gurion, was sentenced to 10
years in a secret trial for passing
secrets to a foreign agent "with
the intention of injuring the se-
curity of the state." Beer denied
the charge.
American Zionist leader Louis
Lipsky was 85.
Of 1,152 clubs studied by the
Anti-Defamation League, 781
(68%) practiced religious discrim-
ination 90 of them "Jewish"
clubs barring or limiting Chris-
tians.
Seven Jews were killed, two se-
riously wounded in renewed
clashes over Algerian independ
ence.
Following Eichmann trial dis-
closures of ex-Nazi' postwar ref-
uge in Spain, it was reported: For
the first time in centuries the
Catholic Church in Spain is taking
concrete steps to improve rela-
tions between Catholics and Jews."
The (Orthodox) Rabbinical
Council of America urged the U.N.
to "seek the release of Jewish re-
ligious leaders who are languishing
in Russian prisons solely because
of their religious convictions."
(From the files of the JTA)
Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach, a
Chassidic rabbi known through
the world as the "Pied Pipar of
Judaism," will be the guest star
of a concert sponsored bv the
TemDle Emanv-Ei Youth Gioun
Wednesday, Feb. 2, at 7:30
p.m. Tickets may be obtained
from Esther Starrels, president
of the Youth Group. Proceeds
will be used for youth activities.
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Sky Lake Synagogue Sunday
Sky Lake Synagogue will honor,
one Woman and two men at its
annual AvVffftts Presentatfon'sun-
day, Jan. 23. at 8 p.m. in the syna-
gogue at 18151 NE 19th Ave.,
North Miami Beach.
Mrs. Rose Feld. 1840 NE 182nd
St. will receive the Woman of the
Year Award; Raymond; Parsons of
1591 NE Miami Gardens Dr. will
receive the Man of the Year
Award, and Norman Kaplan of
1780 NE 191st St. will receive the
Religious Service Award.
The presentations will be made
by Mrs. Shirley Jacobson. presi-
dent of the Sisterhood and Alvin
Matzer, president of the congrega-
tion. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan, spir-
itual leader of the congregation,
will pay tribute to the three
honorees.
"Both Mr. Parsons and Mr. Kap-
lan have served the congregation
in the capacity ^..gabbaim.' taking
charge of all religious services,
daily, Sabbath and holidays. They
have won the respect and con-
fidence not only of the entire mem-
bership but also of all those who
have entered the portals of our
synagogue to pray," Mr. Matzer
said.
"Her character and personality
is of such high quality that she
stands out as an example of love,
devotion, dedication and idealism
to all who come in close contact
with her. She is loved, admired
and respected by the entire mem-
bership and by her hosts of
friends," Shirley Jacobson ob-
served in speaking of Mrs. Feld.
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YM-YWHA Inaugurates
TVew Series Of Programs
Thf ..YM-fWHA of Greater
Miami has inaugurated a series of
programs entitled "Encounter with
Lyfe'* (Longer YearsFulfilled*
Enriched) for people who want to
expand their horizons and enrich
their lives; for thinking people,
for people "in the know" and for
people "on the go". There's some-
thing astrological, gastronomical,
psychological, sociological, and
physiological at the YMHA, 8500
SW 8th St.
As part of the "Encounter with

Continued From Page 4-A
THESE REMARKS have com-
bined a maximum of ignorance
of the situation on the ground
in Southeast Asia with a rock-
bottom minimum of national
mindedness. It can be imagined,
then, how these senators and
mantf more like them will re-
act if and when a Laotian gov-
ernment adds an official re-
quest for an end of all U.S.
bombing of the Ho Chi Minh
Trail.:
Hanoi's campaign is very
shrewdly planned, in fact. There
are three further things to be
said about it, however. In the
first place, the trouble President
Nixon may run into during the
next congressional session is
partly of his own Administra-
tion's imaking.
THE PRESIDENT allowed
Secretary of Defense Melvin
Laird to do the nuts-and-bolts
work pn his Vietnamization pro-
grant The% results, produced by,
extreYh^J&iteisn.ss, were downj
ri^ht' awYnr: Aorrit' o these re-
sults;have been cot'reeted'-lnyrfhe
Presklent himself at the con-
siderably expense, far instance,
of leaving a fair juimbor. pC.LJS.,
helicopters' "in the resfrtual force
in Soulh-A'ifcOuaiu.-uutU Am
South UieUuuuese.an be tKaiiuid
for them.
The .\*ojL, rfs,ultj..ihf)>V('v<>r,"
was the raUUiic to<.&!lihv'-enun- '
try. openly and plainly, what
Were the minimal requirements
of succtssful Vietnamization as
long as North Vietnam remains
on the offensive. One of those
requirements, was and still
is active American air inter-
diction of the Ho Chi Minh
Trail. This is a job the South
Vietnamese obviously cannot
take over.
SECOND, however, there is
another side of the ledger. Ha-
noi's campaign, beyond doubt, is
a shrewd, bold throw made
from deepening desperation.
Inside South Vietnam on the
one hand, the decline of the ir-
replaceable Viet Cong continues
apace. A letter from the abie
John Vann in II Corps, for in-
stance, brings the news that the
Viet Cong are now being rather
rapidly defeated in two of their
four remaining stronghold prov-
inces where the Viet Cong grip
used to seem absolutely un-
breakable.
INSIDE North Vietnam, on
the other hand, there is ample
intelligence that the average vil-
lage no longer contains any
males at all between the ages of
16 and 40. All those in between
are either in uniform or in the
cemetery. The Hanoi leadership's
inconceivably ruthless expendi-
ture of manpower has also begun
to provoke serious disorders, de-
spite the iron Communist disci-
pline.
Hence the President can tell
the defeat-hungry senators in
plain terms: "I did not start
this war. Your party did- I have
reduced the U.S. involvement by
. nine-tenths. On that basis the
|ar is being won. And if you
Jntlemen want to produce the
6t:U.S. defeat in war, for rea-
bf'-yqur own, on your heads
||t!"4rial<.'*Hould shake them.
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Lyfe" series, programs are offer-
ed as follows:
Parent Effectiviness Training
Course An.frweek dramatic
teaching.cqurse cffn{Ju.c.ted by,Mrs.
Lucy Estrin, Psychiatric Social
Worker, offered on Thursdays,
7:30 p.m. at the Central "Y", and
also on Tuesdays, beginning March
7 at 7:30 p.m., at the North Coun-
ty "Y"& 16951 NE 4th Avenue.
Encounter GroupFor mature
individuals, Dr. Lewis Kadushin,
Ph.D, and Mrs. Ardriannc Kadu-
shin, psychiatric nurse, will be the
leaders. Beginning Tuhrsday, Jan.
20, at 8 p.m., there will be 10 two-
hour sessions in the Penthouse
Office of General Development
Corporation, 801 So. Bayshore Dr.
A pre-registration interview is
required.
Adventures in Cooking and En-
tertaining A 4-week gourmet
cooking and entertaining course
offered every Tuesday from 9:30
a.m. to noon beginning March 14,
at the Central "Y". Instructor will
be Libby Strauss.
Yoga Dancercize and Physical
Fitness Clinic Yoga for Women:
Tuesdays 10 a.m.11:30 a.m. 10
week course. Marjorie Huffman,
instructor. Dancercize: Wednes-
days, 7:30 p.m.8:30 p.m. 10-week
course Beverly Lewis, instructor;
Physical Fitness Clinic For Men:
Mondays, 7:308:45 p.m. cardio-
vascular fitness testing, planned
exercise, jogging.
Let's Talk It OverA gro^p for
single parents, meeting Wednes-
days at 8 p.m. in the Central 'Y.'
A 4-week session discussing topics
relating to being a single parent.
Registration required.
Today's WomanBridging the
gap between home, work and edu-
cation. An all day, works+iop*Tues-
day, February .8, ,10. a.m.2 p.m.
.Dr. Robert Allen,and. Ann Clay,
j Ph.D. will jjiscuss .wa/s. and means
for women to return to work or
continue their education. Spipnsor-
erl*toBr3he YMHA ahd trie Jewish
Vocational '.Ser^tl .registration
.'required. : '; .
^T.V JiS^^iPt *V,S'.,Bf .thirabove
Programs caU Ahi '.arnjjjcjtejnberg,
Adult Activities Director at the
In a unique program of physical
| fitness every Tuesday morning,
11 a.m.12 noon at the YM-YWHA
of Greater Miami, groups of
Senior Citizens are led through
the paces of the Y's Golden Agers
Fitness Program.
The program, under the direc-
tion of Bob Silver, Health & Phy-
sical Education Director of the
Y. is a graduated, monitored fit-
ness program which is set up to
olfer the Golden Agers a plan to
improve and maintain their in-
dividual fitness level.
Each participant progresses
at his own rate through a nine
level series of exercises which con-
sists of aquacize (exercises in the
YMHA pool), games, fun skills
such as throwing and catching,
and general recreation activities.
Every level of exercise is monitor-
ed and Golden Agers must receive
their physican's clearance to par-
ticipate.
The average age of participants
is 70 years. Senior Citizens in the
area interested in the program
may make inquiry through Bob
Silver at the Y.
Men's Club Presents Film
The Men's Club of Temple Me-
norah will present "A Chassidio
Tale," an Eternal Light film fea-
turing Theodore Bikel, at its
monthly breakfast Sunday at 10:30
a.m., according to Jay Glushakow,
president. The Men's Club, a fra-
ternal branch of the temple, sup-
ports its teenage activities pro-
gram.
Hillel Sponsoring
Theatre Parties
Hillel Community Day School
is sponsoring a scries of theatre
parties at the Deauville Star The-
atre in the Deauville Hotel, 6701
Collins Ave., it has been announc-
ed. Proceeds of the series will be
used to help the school maintain its
low tuition policy and provide
quality education' to the children
of North Dade and South Broward
Counties.
Tickets for the first two shows
are now available on a first-come,
first-served basis; priority will be
given to those who sell the great-
est number, according to theatre
party chairman Dianne Frankel.
The first show of the series is
scheduled Thursday, Jan. 20, at
8:30 p.m. and will star Aliza Kashi
and Totie Fields. The second will
feature Andy Williams and the
Lennon Sisters Sunday evening,
Feb. 13.
The school will also sponsor a
theatre party when Alan King and
Lena Home appear in late Febru-
ary, and for the early March per-
formance of Steve Lawrence, Eydie
Gorme and Milton Berle, and again
in late March when Tom Jones
appears.
Gulf stream to Open
Meeting Monday
Gulfstream Park's greatest sea-
son, 40 days of racing star tins
Jan. 17, will feature the nation's
leading thoroughbreds and jockeys
competing for the richest purses in
the history of Florida racing, ac-
cording to James Donn, Jr., presi-
dent.
The Hallandale track will offer
a state record of $3 million in over-
all pur6e distribution including
$770,000 in stakes-, 'another Floridc
high. ThBiiMorMa, tJerby on the
March,2closing program will boast
the largest single; purse, $125,000
added; 6i any race'ever run in the
state.- ?*
Turf course racing has become
a hallniar* at Gulfstream Park1;
The grass course :ias won recog-
nition from horsemen and jockeys
as the finest in.the Unired States
and five of Gulfstream Park's 16
stakes events this season wilj be
decided on the'turf.
Nomina^ipns for two of those
stakes were announced by racing
secretary Edward C. McK]nsey
recently. The $25,000 ad "ed Apple-
ton Handicap, a rhile on'the grass ]
will have its 21st running Satur-
day, Jftn. 22. The .$50,000. added
Canadian Turf Handicap, carded at
1 1-16 m''rs on the' grass, is sched-
uled fqr Saturday, Feb. 12.
The roster of jockeys -win be
jammed with the greatest names
in the ,Sport. Among the five-foot
giants Will be Larry Adams, Chuck
Baltaza*, Braulio Baeza, Eddie Bel-
monte. Walter Blum, Angel Cor-
dero, Jr., Jean Cruguet, Bill Har-
tack, Ed Maple. Carlos Marquez
C. H. ^(arquez, Laffft Pincay, Jr.,
John Retz. Willie Shc*maJ*c,,Rep
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Jewish Federation of Norfolk and Virginia Beach. It com-
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*Jewi*tncrkmr
Friday, January 14. 1972
BOOK REVIEW
By Seymour B. Liebman
Some Books That Were Worthwhile Reading
IXCLl'DED IX THK MKLAXC.K of books road re-
cently by your reviewer are several worthwhile
works. Folk Talfs of Israel, edited by Dov Noy,
g.(University of Chicago Press, pa-
perback $2.95) is a selection of 71
tales chosen from some 2.000 in
the archives at the Hebrew Uni-
versity. Secular and religious tales
are represented; they have been
drawn from Jewish communities in
ill parts of the world. Each tale
is preceded by an explanatory note
on source, etc. A worthwhile book.
Black Anti-Semitism anil Jewish Racism
(Shocken Rooks, paprrback $1.951 is a collection of
11 essays by four blacks and seven Jews. Most of the
etions stemmed from the N.Y. 1968 teachers'
stlike. All agree that anti-Jewish feelings exist
among the blacks, but they disagree on the depth
and spread. To Harry Golden's comment. I find little
in this book with which to agree and much that is
disagreeable." I must add that some rabbis "rush in,
armed with ignorance, where angels fear to tread."
Jewish Medals by Daniel M. Friedenberg (dis-
tributed by Crown Publishers. $101 is,pn account
of Jewish medals from the Renaissance to the Fall
of Napoleon, 1503-1815 with photographs. The book
was published for the Jewish Museum of New York
and is a collector's item.
The Xew Kiicyclopeilia of the Opera by David
Ewan (Hill and Wang, $15i is a vast informative
and entertaining storehouse of opera facts. His-
torical data concerning all aspects of opera arc
included. Opera enjoyment will be enhanced by the
use of the book. Th volume would have been im-
proved by cross-indexing, however.
The Scorpion by Albert Memmi. translated
from the French by Eleanor Levieux (Grossman
Publishers, $8.95) is a novel by the Tunisian Jew
who authored the memorable "Portrait of a Jew"
Memmi places a strain on the general reader who
has to identify three typographical variations which
ar. not too readily distinguishable. (Dos Passos did
this trick much better.) One must recognize which
type indicates when the author is speaking, when his
deceased brother's diary is used and when the author
is quoting from a manuscript. Another item that
impedes easy comprehension is the failure to trarw-
iate many Tunisian terms and areas. However,
once these two hurdles are cleared, the author pre-
sents an intellectually delightful book.
Ben Deulschman's In A Small Town a Kill goes
to Schtile i Aurora Publishers. $4.50) is a collection
of reminiscences of his life some 40 years ago. Some
readers may become slightly nostalgic, a few will
be bored and most will say. "So what?
The Jiideo-( hi'istian Heritage by J. Courtenay
(Holt, Rinehart & Winston, paperback) is a text
book that stresses the ethical system sired by
Judaism, but. according to the book, was brought to
full bloom by Christianity. Jewish authors are con-
spicuous by their absence. Note is not taken that
the "Golden Rule" is from the Jewish Leviticus
19:18 and was not created by Matthew. The major
iwrlion of the book is readings from Christian
sources.
Israel Newsletter
By CARL ALPERT
The Rutenberg Legacy
i"~ "
THIRTY YKARS A the icreat personalities of Jewish Palestine passe
r.ivay. It was his wish that no city, village, street or park
should bear his name, hut he left a
legacy which will not soon be forgotten.
The man was Pinhas Rutenberg. and his
legacy was a dual one.
On the physical scene he was the engi-
neer who harnessed the waters of the
Jordan River, built the country's first
power plant, and brought electricity to
| Tel Aviv. There are many who maintain
that it was Rutenberg's power lines to
Tel Aviv in 1923 which gave that city, then still only a
i iiiimin
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ

'
Jewish Statistics
A CCOKIHXt; TO THE American Jewish Yearbook,
there are now 5.87 million Jews in America.
About the same as last year, but percentage-wise, it
has diminished, since the general
American population has increased
considerably.
The country with the largest
population is the country with the
smallest Jewish imputation. China.
with some 800 million people, has
a Jewish population of only 21.
The world Jewish population is
now estimated at 14 million. That
is to say we have recuperated somewhat from our
great losses, but we never were a numerous people.
Jews have been among the great mathematicians,
but as a people, we are not good at multiplying.
While all the world dreads a population explosion.
Israel would welcome one.
If we do not have numbers, we give the im-
pression of it. Consider Israel. One of the very
small countries, hut in the press it gets more atten-
tion than three or four European countries com-
bined. What is the reason? The answer is really
simple. The smaller you are. the more you have to
stretch yourself. That is why Golda Meir and
Moshe Dayan arc known throughout the world.
Little Israel has to stand up against 18 Arab na-
tions plus Russia.
The mention of Mark Twain explains one rea-
son for small Jewish numbers. Mark Twain's daugh-
ter. Clara, was married to the music maestro
Gabrielowitch. a Jew. But the children of this mar-
riage are not in the Jewish fold.
Intermarriage and assimilation have resulted
in the loss of millions. Jews began to be lost very
early. In Biblical times, we had lost 10 tribes.
(Gopyrlfhl IfTO, Jewteb Telegraphic Acency)
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village, the impetus which propelled it toward becoming
the country's metropolis.
He was a promoter and a financier on a grand scale,
strange qualifications for one who had begun life as a
Russian revolutionary. He helped to create the port of
Tel Aviv, founded the Palestine Airways Corp. and built
Tel Aviv's first airport.
HIS place in the history of Israel is secure on these-
achievements alone, but it would be well if a grateful
posterity would give heed to the second legacy which he
left. '
Twice dining critical periods in the pre-state era, he .
Was called upon to head the Vaad Letimi, which served
as the Jewish community's shadow cabinet, an unofficial
authority existing within the British mandate. It was
when internal conflicts and inter-party disputes threatr
ened the w hole Jewish structure that Rutenberg was called'
upon, as o toweling objective personality, to take over the
leadership.
And it was out of his bitter experiences in those days
that he penned the second legacy, as expressed in his
will. They are words that are all but forgotten today but
should be recalled and related:
"The division of our jieople and communities into
panics and sects has always been our disaster. Civil
strife has brought us to the brink of the abyss. It it
does not cease, ruin confronts us.
"Therefore it is my desire and will to the YLshuv
and the Jewish youth growing up in its midst always to
remember that it is not this or that Jewish sect or party
which is persecuted and downtrodden by others but the
Jewish people as a whole. Whether or not we want it. we
are brethren in distress. Let Us realize this and be
brethren in life, in creative endeavor, in action and in
upbuilding."
He willed his estate to a fund which would provide
for the education of .lewi-h youth in that spirit, free of
political coloration. On Mt. Carmel to^ay the magnificent
buiiding known as the Rutenberg Centre provides facili-
ties and staff for such a program. Most tourists who stay
at the Dan Carmel Hotel are hardly aware that the
great walled estate next door is part of the Rutenberg
legacy, dedicated to the rearing of a generation which
will recognize that the Jewish people is one. Irrespective
of narrow partisanship or fragmentized ideologies. In
thes-j days it serves as Centre for hundreds of young
people from overseas, who leans of the Israel of the
Jewish people--'and not the Isiael of Mapai, Mapam or
He rut.
Then were political theorists and ideologists in Zion-
ist history who have enjoyed better public relations.
Their names may he better known in Israel, 'but Pinhas
Rutenberg's contributions were' urflgjue. He should not
and will not lie for*bfer,
.
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Between You and Me; By BORIS SMOLAR
Personality Profile
TllK UNITED ISRAEL APPEAL started the new-
year under its new chairman, Melvin Dubinsky,
who has given many years of service to Jewish
causes locally in his city of St.
Louis nationally, and to Israel.
The towering figure of Mr. Du-
hinsky can be seen at. all national
Jewish gatherings. One of the
most popular leaders of the United
Jewish Appeal, he-is known fo< his
substantial philanthropic contribu-
tions, and his energetic participa-
tion in the guidance of the. UJA..
He served as a national chairman of the U.IA in
addition to serving on its executive committee and
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as chairman of the UJA campaign cabinet.
-.
. Mr. I'Dubinsky's extraordinary dedication to
Jewish interests can be seen from the fact that he
is also one of the leaders of the Joint Distribution
Committee, was the first national chairman of the
National Community Leadership for Israel Bonds,
is active in the American Jewish Congress and a
member of the boards of the Wei/.mann Institute of
Science, the Hebrew University and the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency. He is also a member of the
National Commission of the B'nai B'rith Hillel
Foundations and a past president of the Jewish
Federation of St. Louis, and one of the three Amer-
ican members of the Jewish Agency Executive in
Jerusalem.
Mr. Dubinsky's record in the field of non-Jewish
philanthropic activities is also impressive. He is a
member of the president's council of the St. Louis
University, a trustee of the Cardinal Glennon Hos-
pital for Children in St. Louis, a member of the
Executive of the United Fund in St. Louis and is
associated With the leadership of a number of other
local educational and philanthropic projects.
A dynamic speaker, he has addressed communi-
ties all over America on behalf of the UJA. He
visits Israel frequently and is a ranking participant
in UJA Study Missions to Europe and Israel, Few
people know that he was a champion ice skater of
Olympic stature when, in 1936, he turned down a
request to participate because the competition was
being lvld in Hitler's Germany.
The United Israel Appeal which Mr. Dubinsky
now heads succeeding Max M. Fisher is the
major beneficiary of funds raised by the United
Jewish Appeal. The Jewish Agency is its agent in
Israel.
(Copyright 1S71, Jewish Telegraphic Agency i
i


Friday. January 14, 1972
+ Jmtsti ncrAf/ann
Pago 15-A
\
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-6335
llWANKB. pOWLING)
notice to Creditors
In RK: Estate of___
HAKIfVOOUlUERO
Deceased. "
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
nmnde which you may have against
the estate of HARRY GOLDBERG
deceased late at Dade County, Flor-
ida, to the County Judges of
Dado County, and file the. same
in duplicate and as provided In Sec-
tion 7:13.16, Florida Statutes. In their
offices In the County Courthouse In
Dade County, Florida, within six cal-
endar months from the time of the
first publication hereof, or the same
will be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 22nd
day of December. AD. 1071.
AIJCE OOIJ>BERG.
1 s/k/a ALICE B. GOLDBERG
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the 31st day of December, 197L
MYERS, KAPLAN. PORTER;
LEVINSON K- KENIN
Attorneys for Executrix
11G0 S.W. 1st Street, Miami, Fin.
12/31 1/7-14-21
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-5587
(JOHN R. BLANTON)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Batata of
HAWAII II. MAXDEIJ,
i heceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
ISstate:
You are hereby notified anil re-
quired to present any claims ai*d de-
mands which jrou may have against
the estate of HANNAH H. MANDELL
deceased late of Dade County, Flor-
ida, to the County Judges <>t Dade
Counly, and file the same in dupli-
cate and as provided in Section 733.-
Jij, Florida Statutes, i'n their offices
In the Count" Courthouse In Dade
Cnunlyr-FlorWH, within six calendar
months from t ho time of the first
publication hi reof, or the same will
e barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 23rd
lay of December,'A.D. 1971.
HARRY MANDELL
ROSALIE MEANER
As-Executors
First publication of this notice on
31 el day of December, 1971.
IVKits. KAPLAN, PORTER,
LEVINSON ,< KENIN
Attorneys for Cn-ExecUtorS
|uiii- 304lino S.W. 1st Street
li.imi, Florida 33130
12/31 1/7-14-21
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
71,5587
(JOHN R. BLANTON)
In RK: Estate of
HANNAH H. MANDELL
Deceased.
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED
IN THE ESTATE OF 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 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 probate
should not stnnd unrevoked.
JOHN R. HLANTON
By: CORNELL ROBINSON
Clerk
Counly Judge
MYERS, KAPLAN, PORTER,
LEV IN SON & KILN IN
Py: Edwin M. Olnsburg
Attorneys for Co-Executors
Suite 304lir.O S.W. 1st Street
Miami. Florida 33130
Telephone: 371-9041
First publioation of this notice on
the 7th day of January. 1972.
C.J. SEAL
1/7-14-21-2*
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-5219
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
SALLY SOIX>MON
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby iiotified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands whloh ou may have against
the estate of sally SOLOMON de-
ceased late of Dads County. Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade Coun-
ly. and file the same in duplicate and
as provided in Section 733.16. Florida
statutes, m their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will be barred.
Dated al Miami, Florida, this 14th
day of ii inlier, A.I). 1971.
ROREUT H. SOLOMON
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
the 24th day of December. 1971.
8PARBER, ZEMEL, ROSKIN AND
HEILBRONNER
l'Ri IFESSIONAL ASSOCIATION
Attorneys for Executor
100 N. Biscay-lie Boulevard,
Miami, Florida
12/24-31 1/7-14
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 HEY WOOD,
Husband,
and
IDA AGNES HEYWOOD,
Wife.
YOU IDA AGNES HEYWOOD, res-
idence unknown, ARE HEKKI1Y NO-
TIFIED to file your written defenses
to this divorce with the Court'b Clerk
and serve a copy upon Plaintiff's At-
torneys, VON ZAMFT & SMITH, 1512
Capital Hank llldg. Miami. Florida
on or before the 28th day of Jan.,
1h72, else the Complaint will be taken
as confessed.
DATED Dec. lfi. 1971.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, CLERK
By: H. M. K1SSEE
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
12/24-31 1/7-14
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
Of FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL
COLLEGE OF OPHTHALMIC OP-
TICS at 168 S.E 1st St. Rm. 306.
Miami 33131 intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
PHILIP FRIEDER
_____ 12/24-31 1/7-14
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Q TOI'RS at 924 Blscayne Boulevard,
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.
1900 S.W. Third Avenue
Miami, Florida 33129
12/31 1/7-14-21
|N 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
RE: Petition for
Adoption of ,
l-TOR HUGO BI-ACHET
EMMA HI ACHET
FERNANDO ARMANDO
RABAZA
Address Unknown
,OU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
it a Petition for Adoption of the
|nor child MICHAEL ANGELo
VBAZA. has been filed ill the above
burt and you are required to serve
[ copy of your written objections. If
iy, to It on DAVID H. LEVINE.
BQ... attorney for Petitioners, whose
rdress is 704 Ainsley llldg., 14 N.E.
Avenue. Miami, Florida, and file
original wilh the clerk of the
bove styled Court on or before
phruary 7th, 1978: otherwise a de-
Lull will be entered against you for
relief demanded in the Petition.
|THIS NOTICE shall be published
each week for four consecutive
leeks in THE JEWISH Fl/MUDIAN.
(WITNESS my hand and seal of
lid Court at Miami. Dade County.
Florida, this 27th day of December,
PL
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By: C. P. OOPEI.AND
As Deputy Clerk
Circuit Court Seal)
ilAVID H. LEVINE, ESQ.
04 Ainsley Building
Miami, Florida (Phone 877-1606)
Attorney for Petitioners
12/31 1/7-14-21
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
|N RE THE MARRIAGE OF:
/INCENT ANASTASI,
Husband
and
1AROARET ANASTASI
Wife
TO: MARGARET ANASTASI
90.". 1 Academy Road
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
You, MARGARET ANASTASI, are
hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
gainst you, and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Bill of Complaint on the
"lulntlff's attorney, ENGEL & HAL-
"KKN, 1400' N.W. 10th Ave.. Suite
17-G, Miami, Florida and file the
original Answer or Pleading In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 11th day of
Feb., 1972. If you fall to do so, Judg-
ment by default will be taken against
Kou for the relief demanded in the
Jill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
;u-h week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH PIjORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 28th day of Dec. A.D.
1971.
E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk,
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
By: R. M. KISSEE
Deputy Clerk
[Circuit Court Seal)
TJNOEL A HALPERN
[400 N.W. 10th Avenue, Suite 17-G
41ml, Florida
Attorneys for Plaintiff
12/31 1/7-14-21
I /* ".
NDBFJ
, F1CTITJOlJJ|AME LAW
NOTICE IS-HEfHEBY GIVEN that
tin .undersigned",feiring to engage in
business uniK'i' the fictitious name
of I/VNHW.OOD.'i MOUSE APART-
MENTS at 44889 Canal Drive., North
Miarbl, ; Ftorraa.' rirlHnds to register
aid name djlv'rh* Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of. Dalle County, Florida:
'., A LFKlSD MI4N1A CI 100%
NELSON ft FBLTfMAN, ESQS.
Attorneys for Alfred Miniaci
1136 Kane Concourse
Bay Harbor Islands, Florida 33154
1/7-14-21-28
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 of
RI'TII SCHIOWITZ
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Bald
Eetati :
You are hereby notified and re-
qulred to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of lll'TH SCHIOWITZ
deceased late of Had.' county. Flor-
ida, to the County Judges of Dads
County, and file the same in dupli-
cate and as provided m Section 733 -
16, Florida Statutes, in their offices in
the County Courthouse in Dalle 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 Dec, A.D 1971.
MOLLIE BERKOWITZ
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the :ilst day of Dec., 1971.
PAI'L KWITNEY
Attorney for
Estate of Ruth Schlowlt*
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
12/31 1/7-14-21
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-5553
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
LKATHICE D. LEVIN
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 LEATRICE D. LEVIN
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 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 pub-
lication hereof, or the same will be
barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 21st
day of December, A.D. 1971.
HAROLD SOLOMON
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
the 24th dav of December. 1071
SAMUEL GOLDSTEIN. ESQ.
Goldman, Goldstein & Paczler
Attorney for Executor
2401 West Flngler Street
.Miami, Fla., 33135C42-2411
12/24-31 1/7-14
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-5326
(FRANK B. DOWLING)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Til RE: Estate of
LEON OKUN
1 le, eased.
To All Creditors and Ail Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demand! Against Saio.
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of LEON OKUN deceased
late of Dade Counly, Florida, to the
County Judges of Dade County, anc
file the same in duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section 733.16, Florida Stat-
utes, in their offices in the County
Courthouse in Dade County. Florida
within six calendar mouths from th.
time of the first publication hereof
or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 2711-
day of Dec, A.D. 1971.
LAI'KA OKUN
As Executrix
First publication of this notice OH
the 7th day of January. 1972.
KWITNEY ft KROOP
Attorney for I .aura Okun
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
1/7-14-21-2*
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
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OP
VINCENT REH
Husband
and
FLOR J. REH
Wife
TO: FLOR J. REH
Edificio Regina No. S
Calle "3 entre 14-a y 15
Maracaibo, Venezuela
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 any, to it
o%. Marshall b. fisher, attorney
for Husband, whose address is 7914-A
S.W. 104th Street. Miami. Florida
33156, and file the original with the
clerk of the above styled court on or
before I'eb. 16. 197*1 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 JEWISH FI/IR1DIAN
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami, Florida on
this 5th day of Jan.. H71.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By: R, M. KISSEK
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
MARSHALL B. FISHER
7914-A S.W. 104th Street
Miami, Florida 33156
1/7-14-21-28
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-5589
(JOHN R. BLANTON)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
.MELVIN BENDER
Dei-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 and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of MELVIN BENDER de-
ceased late of Dade County. Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade Coun-
ty, and file the same 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
In barred
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 23rd
day of December. A.D. 1!'71.
ROSE BENDER
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the 31st dav of December, 1971
SPARBER, ZEMEL ROSKIN AND
HEILBRONNER
i'Ri IFESStl iN'AL ASSOCIATION
Attorneys for Executrix
pio North Blscayne Blvd.,
Miami, Florida
12 31 1/7-14-21
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:
CAROLYN MARROW,
Wife,
and
PHILIP MARROW,
Husband
To: MR. PHILIP MARROW
Residence Unknown
You. Philip marrow, are here-
by notified that a Bill of Complain!
for Divorce has been filed against
you, and you are required to serve
a cony of your Answer or Pleading.
In the Bill of Complaint on the
Plaintiff's attorney, ENGEL ft HAL-
PERN, 1400 N.W. lath Avenue. Suite
17-G, Miami, Florida and file the
Original Answer or Pleading in the
office of the .Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 11th day of
Feb.. 19TB. If you fall 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 FI.ORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida,. this 28th day of Dec. A.D.
1971.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court. Dade County, Flotilla
By: ft. Mi KISSED
Deputy Clerk
(Civ. uit Court Seal)
ENGEL& HALPERN
14"0 N.W. 10th Ave. 17-G
Miami. Florida
Attorneys for Plaintiff
12/31 1 7-14-21
IN
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of NOSH'N DELICATESSEN at 1670
Alton Road. Miami Beach, Florida
intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
SAMUELTROPPER
OROVER WEINSTEIN &
STAUBER. PA.
By: Sherwln Stauber. Esq.
Attorney for Samuel Tropper
350 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
12/31 1/7-14-S1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name qf
SANTIAGO & CASTELI.ANOS AC-
COUNTING AND TAX SERVICE at
12802 S.W. 45th Terrace, Miami, PI.
Intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
RAUL. J. SANTIAGO
12/31 1/7-14-21
iw.
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-5000
(FRANK B. DOWLING)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate Of
DORA SCHWARTZ
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 DORA SCHWARTZ de-
ceased late of Dade County. Florida,
in the Counly Judges of Dade County,
and file the same hi duplicate and as
provided in Section 733.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the County
Courthouse in Dade County, Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof,
or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 30th
day of December, A.D. 1971.
GEORGE J. TALIANOFF
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
the 7th day of January. 1972.
TAIJANOFF & BADER
Attorney for
Estate of Dora Schwartz
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Fla.
1/7-14-21-28
IN THE COUNT V JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-5466
(FRANK B. DOWLING)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
MA BEL GOTTLIEB
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 MABEL GOTTLIEB
deceased late of Dade Counly. Flor-
ida, to the County Judges of Dade
Counly, and file the same In dupll-
i cale and as provided in section 733-
16, Florida Statutes, in their offices in
the County Courthouse In Dado 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 17th
day of December, A.D. 1971.
CORRINE R. GOODMAN
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the 24th day of December. 1971.
WEINER AND WEISENPELD P.A.
By Joseph .1 Wcisenfi Id
Attorney for
Corrlne R. Goodman. Executrix
2373 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach 33139
12/24-31 1/7-14
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 CRAM
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Saic
Batata
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of JOSEPH cram de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida
to the Counly Judges of Dade Coun-
ly, and file the same in dupllcati
and as provided In Bection 738.16
Florida Statutes, in their offices ii
the County Courthouse In Dade Coun-
ty, Florida. within six cnlcndat
months from the lime of the first
publication hereof, or the same wil
be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 17ll
day of Dec. A.D. 1971.
IDA I P.AM
As Executrix
First publioation of ibis notice ou
the 24th day of Dee.. 1971.
SPARBER, ZEMEL, ROSKIN AND
HEILBRONNER
PIU iFESSli i.NAL ASSi H'lATION
Attorneys for Executrix
100 N. Blscayne Blvd.. Miami 33122
12/24-31 1/7-14
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-5516
(ARTHUR W. PRIMM)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate "f
RONALD J. SPARBER
i leceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Sai''
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have agains'
the estate of RONALD J. SPARBER
deceased late of Dade County, Flor-
ida, to the County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same in duplicate
and as provided In Section 733.1*
Florida Statutes, In their offices In
the County Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty, Florida. within six calendni
months from the lime of the firs-
publication hereof, or the same WlL
In' barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 21s:
day of December, ad 1971.
BYRoX L SPARBER
As Administrator
First publication of this notice on
the 2llh day of Dec, 1971,
SPARBER, ZEMEL, ROSKIN AND
HEILBRONNER P A,
Attorneys for Administrator
mo North Blscayne Blvd.
12 24-31 1,7-14
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
hualness under the fictitious 'name of
NATIONAL CONTRACT I.AMPS at
791 W. 2.rith Street, Hialeah. Florida
intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida;
EXCITI.NG PRODI'CTS MFG. CORP.
LURA.LINE PRODCCTS CO.
By; DAVID E STONE
" Arrorney/Agenl
STONE & SOSTCHIN
Attorneys for
Exciting I*roducts Mfg. iQl"J>.
A Lurallne Products Co.
101 N.W. 12th Ave.
Miami, Florida 33130
1/7-14-21-28
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-5556
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
111 RE: Estate of
JEROME 11 LEVIN
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 JEROME E. LEVIN
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 Section 733.10.
Florida Statutes, in their offices in
the County Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty. Florida, within six calendar
months from the tiroe of the first
publication hereof, or the same will
be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 21st
lav of December, A.D. i7i.
HAROIJ) SOIX>MON
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
the 24th dav of Dec, 1971.
SAMUEL GOLDSTEIN. ESQ.
Goldman. Goldstein & Paczler
Attorney for Executor
2401 West Flagler Street
Miami, Fla. 33133642-2411
12/24-31 1/7-14
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-35
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
CLIFTON RAY HOWARD, SR.
PETITIONER. IiCSRAND
and
Rt'TH WALLACE SH1VAR
HOWARD,
WIPE
TO: RUTH WALLACE SHIVAR
HOWARD
ROUTE NO. 1
AI.BEKTSON.
NORTH CAROLINA 2S508
Viir ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED-
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed .'.gainst you and
you are required to serve a copy o<"
your written deft nses. if any. to it
on JOSEPH ROSENKRANTZ, ESQ..
attorney for Petitioner, whose ad-
dress is 420 Lincoln Road. Mlani
Beach, Dade County. Florida, and
file the original with the clerk of th-*
above styled court on or before Feb-
ruary 9, 1972; otherwise a default:
will he entered against you for th"
relief demanded in the complaint or
petition.
WITNESS my hand and the seal 0
said court at Miami, Florida on thin
3rd day of January. 1972.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
As Clerk, Circuit Court
I>ade County, Florida
By: L. SNEEDEN
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
JOSEPH ROSENKRANTZ, ESQ.
Attorney for Petitioner/Husband
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
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ii, Florida Friday, January 14, 1972
Section B
mm NATION'S FIRST SOCIAL WORK SCHOOL PROGRAM
Taduate Students To Train For
lommunity Organization Careers
five-year cooperative relation-
has been established between
liva University ar.d Federation
Jewish Philanthropies to train
kduate students for careers as
Sera in Jewish community or-
bizations.
joint venture, first of its
Id in any school of social work,
announced recently by Law-
ce B. Buttenweiser, president
Ithc Federation of Jewish Phi-
|thiopiea, and Dr. Samuel Bel-
president of Yeshiva Univer-
Jncier the program, Yeshiva
versity*s Wurzweiler School of
la] Work, will offer a two-year
lter"s degree program in Jew-
community organization in
ch students will receive field
work experience at Federation and
its agencies.
Federation will subsidize the
program by setting up the William
E. Wiener Chair in Jewish Com-
munal Organization. Appointed to
the Chair, and heading the Com-
munity Organization Department
is Dr. Martin Grccnberg, director
of the Social Planning and Re-
search Department of the Council
of Jewish Federations and Wel-
fare Funds.
San ford Solender, executive vice
president of Federation, hailed the
joint undertaking, between a
great university and a major phi-
lanthropy as "an important step
forward in the education of ur-
gently needed, highly trained per-
sonnel for Jewish communities
World Conference Of
Orthodox Rabbis Opens
i
JERUSALEM (JTA) Some
Orthodox rabbis and lay
fcders from all over the world
attending the World Con-
ence of Synagogues and Com-
jnity Organizations which has
ened here this week,
3remier Golda Meir and oth-
government officials were on
nd to greet them. But the
thering was promptly attack-
by ultra-Orthodox elements
[one end of the spectrum and
ligious moderates at the other.
)np of the main topics to be
cussed at the week long
pting is die organisation of
central world body for re-
dus services that could sup-
ritual slaughterers and re-
ous paraphernalia to out-of-
Kway Jewish communities.
he ultra-Orthodox, ranging
the Nature! Karta through
Agudat Israel and Poale
ut-1 Israel, denounced the 500
cipants from abroad and
Israeli rabbis and laymen
"coalitionists" who are will-
I to compromise the tenets of
aism so that they can re-
in office,
rom the more liberal Ortho-
: members of Mapai and Rab-
Menachem Hacohen, head of
fctadrut's religious depart-
nt, came a warning that any-
attending the conference
t>uld do so with the full know-
Ige that it is a meeting of
^tional Religious Party rabbis,
lie N'RP is a coalition part-
in the government and is
neralfy regarded as occupying
middle ground between re-
Jous extremists and liberal
nents. The NRP has been at
serious odds with Orthodox
militants in recent months on
such Issues as autopsies and the
conscription of religious girls
for national service.
No organized world body is
expected to emerge from the
conference, due mainly to the
traditional opposition of Ameri-
can Jews to any organization
that purports to speak for the
Jewish community as a whole.
throughout the country.
"The relationship with a major
academic institution, in a sense,
will make Federation a teaching !
organization with a university re- |
lationship similar to that which
exists between Federation agen-
cies and medical schools, schools of
education and of social work,"
he pointed out.
Dr. Morton I. Teicher, dean of
Wurzweiler commented, "The
enormous demands and problems
of Jewish communities can be met
more adequately by providing
prospective Jewish communal pro-
fessional leaders with the oppor-
tunity to acquire the kind of aca-
demic education and field work
experience to deal with these prob-
lems. The inauguration of a two-
year sequence in Jewish Commun-
ity Organization at Wurzweiler
School of Social Work will under-
gird and reinforce the excellent
field work opportunities developed
by the Wiener Center and now
offered by the Federation of Jew-
ish Philanthropies of New York
and its affiliated agencies."
Students will enter the program
in September 1972, for the 1972-
73 academic year. The curriculum
will cover such areas as the social
planning process, demographic
studies, social policy, the nature
of fund-raising, involvement of
volunteer leadership, administra-
tive processes, research and spe-
cial courses dealing with Jewish
Continued on Page 1S-B
New leaders of Tel Aviv University are shown at a recent
university convocation on its campus at Ramat Aviv, where
more than 14,000 students are obtaining their higher educa-
tion. Prof. Yuval Ne'eman, (left) famous physicist, was
elected president of the university, and Victor M. Carter of
Los Angeles was elected chairman of the board of gover-
nors. Mr. Carter is president of the American Friends of Tel
Aviv University.
Returning "drop-outs" receive top priority in a new
program developed by Pioneer Women in Israel.
The emphasis is not so much on keeping young
women in school, but rather on training them for
income-producing trades so that they can support
themselves independently. This Israeli student, being
trained for a job as a dental assistant, is one of more
than 3,000 girls now receiving vocational training
through Pioneer Women in Israel.
ALLON TO REPLACE
>R. NAHUM GOLDMANN
JERUSALEM (JTA) ;
figal Allon, Deputy Prem-
ier and Minister of Educa-
tion and Culture, has re-
placed Dr. Nahum Gold-
Imann, president of the i
|World Jewish Congress, as
he speaker at a festival ses-
sion of the 28th World Zion-
ist Congress marking 75 I
pears of Zionist history.
Dr. Goldmann's invitation
to address the session was
tithdrawn by majority vote
)f the World Zionist Organ-
zation Executive last month
following remarks he made
regarding Soviet Jewry in i
" ->ndon Dec. 19.
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David Light To Receive
Honorary Degree Monday
David J. Light of Miami Beach
and South Dado will receive an
honorary degree Ironi' Tel AViv
University Monday night at a
Fontainebleau Hotel dinner wel-
coming Prof. Yuval Ne'eman, pres-
ident of Israel's second largest uni-
versity, on his first visit to the
U.S. since his election last October.
Mr. Light, who will receive a
degree the first ever awarded
to a Floridian in recognition of
his "distinguished contributions
to and leadership for the Jewish
people, the State of Israel and Tel
Aviv University." has served in
Tcey capac'ties for the American
Friends of Tel Aviv University,
Stn'e of Israel Bonds, the United
Jewish Appeal, Israel Emergency
Fund. Temple Both Am and Tem-
ple Kmanu-El.
Among those taking part in
Monday's dinner, scheduled for 7
p.m. following a 0:30 CDCktail re-
ception, will be Robert Russell,
president of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation and president
of the American Friends of Tel
Aviv University ""or the Southeast-
ern United States. Mr. Russell also
is chairman of the finance com-
mit lee of the American Friends.
working with Victor Carter of Los
Angeles, chairman of the inter-
natfonaL'btfarfl" W,"gbve'rriors'''br"
DAVID J. LIGHT
Tel Aviv University. On this occa-
sion Mr. Russell and Mr. Light
will be inducted into the Society
of Founders of Tel Aviv Univer-
sity.
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JWV's National Commander Guest
Cochairmen of the event honor-
ing Mr. Light and welcoming Prof.
Ne'eman are Leonard' Ratrier of
Cleveland and Dr. Irving Lehrman
of Miami Beach, national president
of the Synagogue Council of Amer-
ica. Mr. Ratner, a member of the
board of governors of Tel Aviv
University, is one of the principal
contributors to the university
which has more than 14,030 stu-
dents enrolled.
Samuel Solomon, executive vice
president of the American Friend*,
will be on hand to join Prof. Ne-
'eman in honoring Mr. Light, who
contributed the first student hos-
tel the the university. Mr. Solomon,
a key executive of the national
Israel Bonds organization for 20
years, has worked for Israeli
causes all of his adult life and
directed the 1957 national Israel
Bonds conference in Miami Beach.
Mr. Light returned for Israel in
November after taking part in the
dedication of the David Light Li-
brary of Engineering and Exact
Sciences at Tel Aviv University.
Also participating in the ceremon-
ies were Prof. Ne'eman, Dr. George
S. Wise, chancellor of the univer-
sity, and Israeli Defense Minister
Moshe Dayan.
A combination of soldier, scien-
tist and administrator, Prof Ne-
'eman has a worldwide reputation
as an oulstand physicist. Identified
with research which has resulted
in a number of major break-
through in the field of nuclear
physicists, he Ls the originator of
the "octet" model of unitary sym-
metry for classifying elementary
particles. In 1970, his work made
him the first foreigner to win the
Albert Einstein Award for scien-
tific achievement.
Prof. Ne'eman, a native of Tel
Aviv, became president of the uni-
versity last October, and is con-
tinuing as head of its Depart-1
ment of Physics and Astronomy.
Operating on a schedule that most
people would find impossible, he
has organized his time with <;reat
care, dividing it between his re-
sponsibilities as university presi-
dent and hLs scientific tasks.
Reservations for the dinner may
be made at the offices of the Amer-
ican Friends of Tel Aviv Univer-
sity. Suite 700. 6C5 Lincoln Road
Building. Gerald Schwartz is co-
ordinator of the Tel Aviv Univer-
sity office in Florida.
Jerome D. Cohen -of New York,
national commander ot Jewish
War Veterans of the U.S.A., will
go directly to North Atlantic
Treaty Organization Headquarter*
in Brussels, Belgium, after speak-
ing at a special 10 a.m. breakfast
meeting of the Department of
Florida in- the Eden Roc Hotel Sun-
day.
Commander Cohen, who is ex-
pected to attend Sabbath morning
services at Temple Emanu-El in
Miami Beach, will report on his
recent trip to the Soviet Union,
where he conferred with Russian
government officials about Jewish
emigration to Israel.
Followingvliis NATO Headquar.
ters visit, Commander Cohen will
go to the Mediterranean to view
maneuvers of the U.S. Sixth Fleet.
Edward Whirtlesey Speaker
At the Bal-Bay-SuTf Unit, Worn.
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Barcelona Hotel, the speaker, Ed-
ward VVhittlesey, divelopmcnt di-
rector of the Institute, will de-
scribe the new Animal Laboratory
which is under the direction of Dr.
Wilhemina Dunnine.
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* Jen 1st IhiMinr
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'War Against Poverty'
Mrs. Levine's Topic
tie Problems of the Jew In
San Centers and The Jewish
and the War Against Pov-
was a professional staff member of
the American Jewish Congress's
Commission on Law and Sociai Ac-
tion, the arm of the American
Jewish Congress that pioneered in
developing the tools of legislation
to fiijht racial and religious dis-
crimination and to protect Amer-
ica's traditional democratic free-
doms.
She collaborated with Richard
Cohen on 'Ocean Hill-Browns-
ville: A Case History of Schools
in Crisis," and is the author of
numerous articles on racial and
religious discrimination, including
Temple Beth Tov Sponsors
A Brooks Memoral Plaque
The president, board of directors
and membership of Temple Beth
Tov, 6438 SW 8th St., have spon-
sored a memorial plaque honoring
the memory of lifetime members
Morris and Gussie Brooks, who
passed away last year.
Mr. and Mrs. Brooks, founders
of Southwest Jewish Center, (now
Temple Beth Tov t started the tem-
ple in their home, and the late Mr.
Brooks officiated at all High Holy
Day services since. A member of
the temple choir and a daily min-
yonaire, until his illness he had
attended services twice daily. The
first boraches was made by the
late Mrs. Brooks; the first becher
donated by their granddaughter,
Melodye Hope Allain.
Rita E. Hauser U-M's Commencement Speaker
Kita K. Hauser, U.S. Represen-
tative to the United Nations
Commission on Human Rights
and a member of the U.S. delega-
tion to the 24th United Nations
General Assembly, will be the
University of Miami's commence-
ment speaker Wednesday, Jan. 26.
A noted attorney, Mrs. Hauser
will give the address at ceremon-
ies for ain>roximately 950 degree
candidates beginning at 10:30 a.m.
at Dade County Auditorium. Her
topic is "From Here to The Nexi
j Millenium." U-M President Dr.
| Henry King Staford will confer
I the degrees, ranging from the bac-
' calaureate through the doctorate.
Mew Members Brunch Guests
N w members will be the guest?
I of Lincoln Chapter 1288 IV na'"
B'rith Women at the annual mem-
bership brunch Wednesday at 12:30
pjn. in the Algiers Hotel. 2553 Col-
lins Avc. For reservations, con-
tact Mary Burns.
"The Myths of Racial Int< gra-
tion" and "From Color Blind to New Members Honorees
Color Conscious."
MM. NAOMI UVINt
\\ :11 be the subject discussed j
Irs. Naomi Levine, National |
director of the Commission on Ur-
ban Affairs, American Jewish.
Cong}v>-.. at an open meeting of'
the JC'ith Dade and Metropoli-
an Chapters, (General Division!
Ameaici'n Jewish Congress which
will taxe place Tuesday, Jan. 25,!
at 9 p.m. in the Greater Miami '
1-Vdaraiion Building. 4200 Bis-1
cayne Blvd.
Mrs. Levine, assistant professor!
of race relations at John Jay Col-1
lege of Criminal Justice, also acts
;is a consultant of the Department
of Soc.al Development of the Ford
Found:-: ion. For mans- year-, the
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be Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz. vice
president of the South Florida
Council American Jewish Con-
gress, who is spiritual leader of
Beth Torah Congregation, North
Miami Beach.
The public is invited to attend.
Further information may be ob-
tained from Yosef Yanich at the
American Jewish Congress office
in North Miami.
Geula Chapter of Mizrachi Wom-
en will honor its new members
Wednesday at 8 p.m. in Beth Israel
Congregation (40th St. and Chase
Ave.) with a meeting and enter-
(attainment, according to Irma
Khrenreich, membership chairman.
The program for the evening will
depict the aims of Mizrachi Women.
Francine Katz wili preside; Regina
Ballne, songstress, will present se-
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Friday, January 14, 1972
n
Temple Menorah Lecturers
Involved In Universities
"The College Campus and the
Jewish Community" is the theme
for Temple Menorah's lecture
Prof. Yerushalmi
- in. The four lec-
i : n Robert G< tis, Dr. Yo-
Bi Dr. Jacob Neus-
m and D.-. Aryeh Nes iei axe in-
\ life and are
identified with the Jewish com-
munity.
On Sunday evening, Feb. 6,
Dr. Robert Qordis, Professor
oi Religion at Temple University,
will lead off the series in a lec-
ture entitled "The College Years:
Peril or Promise." Dr. Gordis. for
more than three decades a pro-
fessor of bible at the Jewish Theo-
logical Seminary, has turned his
attention to the college students'
Judaic programs. He is one of
America's outstanding biblical
scholars, and has gained world-
wide reputation by his research
in depth on Jewish issues affecting
the Jewish community. He is an
author of several books and one of
the most eloquent speakers in
America today.
Dr. Yosef H. Yerushalmi, pro-
fessor of Hebrew and Jewish his-
tory at Harvard University, will
be the second lecturer Sunday.
Feb. 13. His topic will be "Zion-
ism As a Revolution."
A graduate of Yeshiva College,
i Dr.jfcru*telpi.2'*JaHg]M, Judaic
, I subjects at Columbia, Rutgers and
Harvard Universities for the last
10 years, and is intimately ac-
quainted with student revolution-
ary movements. In addition to an
analysis of basic Zionism, he will
analyze Jewish student reaction to
classic Zionism.
The third lecture March 12. will
be given by Dr. Jacob Neusner.
professor of religious studies at
Brown University, who will speak
on the subject American .T wry
Israel: Where Do We Go
From Here?"
Dr. Neusner has an enviable
reputation among college profes-
sors of Judaic subjects. His lecture
is based on a recent worldwide
tour which took him to ancient
Ji wish communities of Europe and
the great universities of Israel.
Dr. Neusner, who has been ac-
tive in propagandizing and pro-
moting the establishment of pro-
grams and departments of Judaic
studies in some of America's most
reputable colleges, was identified
with the Universities of Columbia.
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The fourth and closing lecture,
scheduled for March 26, will' be
entitled 'The American and Is-
raeli Student: Similarity and Dif-
ference." It will be given by Dr.
Aryeh Nesher, a professor of So-
cial Studies at Haifa University. \
He is presently in America as a
special delegate of the Prime Min-
ister of Israel to the Jewish com-
munity of America.
"The highest priority for the
Jewish community," Ra i a
owitz stated, "is the Jewish stu-
dent in American universities, Re-
cenl surveys have shown that more
than 91'J of col
youth is on the campus. This youth
sents the actual utuv of
Jewish life. We have invited emi-
nent scholars who are experts in
the field of college education to be
our lecturers this year. Through
this lecture series, we hope to cre-
ate a link of understanding be-
tween the Jewish community and
the Jewish students on the
campus."
AH the lectures in Temple Me-
norah's social hall will be open
to the public for a nominal charge;
arrangements may be made
throueh the temple office.
Mrs. Sarah Cohen Teaching
Students may register from 2
to 9:30 p.m. Monday through Fri-
day for beginning and intermedi-
ate accredited courses in modern
conversational Hebrew offered at
the Miami Senior High Adult Edu-
cation Center 2450 S.W. 1st St.,
Monday and Wednesday nights
from 7 to 10 p.m.
The teacher of the course is Mrs.
Sarah Coh^n. a graduate of Beth
MHS Evening Hebrew Class
Yakov Seminary in Bialystok, Po.
land, Mrs. Cohen has received tha
Hebrew University Jerusalem)
Certificate and is licensed by the
Bureau of Jewish Education to
teach Hebrew. She is also certi-
fied by the State Department of
Education in Tallahassee to teach
Hebrew in the public schools of
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Page 5-B
Women's Division Holding
Second Open Board Meeting
The Women's Division of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
will hold its second open board
meeting of the season at the Fed-
eration Building, 4200 Biscayne
Blvd. Monday.
The program will be relatod to
,tho progress of the current cam-
paign of the 1972 CJA-IEF accord-
ing to Mrs. Burton R. Levey, presi-
dent.
A special guest speaker from the
national office of the Council of
Jewish Federations and Wei fan-
Funds in New York will address
the group.
Anyone interested in attending
may make a reservation by calling
the Federation Women's Division
office. Refreshments will be served
at 9:30 a.m., preceding the meet-
ing, which will convene at 10 a.m.
Admission is free.
MRS. BURTON LL VET
B'nai B'rith Women Planning
'So. Florida Day' Luncheon
The third annual B'nai B'rith
Women of South Florida Day fund-
raising luncheon will be held at
noon Thursday. Jan. 27, in the
Eden Roc Hotel, 4525 Collins Ave.,
it has been announced.
A double-header fashion show
will highlight the gala afternoon.
Fashions by internationally known
designer Angelita, who is soon to
be featured in Life magazine, and
furs by Florida's own Adrian Thai,
Inc., will be featured. In addition,
there will be surprise professional
entertainment and door prizes.
Greeting members and guests
will be representatives of B'nai
B'rith Women, District No. 5, in-
cluding Mrs. Arthur Horwitz, the
president-elect; Mrs. Harry Orn-
stein, second vice president, and
Mrs. Newton Hofstadter, third
vice president.
Proceeds of the event, which is
under the chairmanship of Billie
(Mrs. Max) Kern of Miami Beach,
will go to provide funds for the
many philanthropic programs of
the organization throughout the
world.
^V$%arta0&
Wholesale Distributors of
Mrs. Kern's committee includes
Mrs. David LeVine of Hollywood,
publicity chairman; Mrs. Robert
Ellinport, of North Miami Beach,
luncheon treasurer, and Council
coordinators Mrs. Donald Jarrett,
Broward North Dade; Mrs. Ar-
nold Braun, Miami, and Mrs. Rob-
ert Litt, Miami Beach.
Mrs. Friedland Chapter Head
Mrs. Hyman Friedland is pro-
tem president of the Century 21
Chapter, B'nai B'rith, the area's
newest service group, which or-
ganized recently with 60 members
and is scheduled to receive its
charter next month. Sylvia Fen-
ster and Frances Laser are co-
ordinating the work of a commit-
tee which is working on a stuffed
animal project for patients at the
Variety Children's Hospital.
Hadassah Group Bazaar
The Chaim Wcizman Group of
the Miami Chapter of Hadassah is
sponsoring a bazaar with games.
food, bargains and surprises Sun-
day at 2 p.m. in Carpenter's Hall.
151 NW 37th Ave. Admission is
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Tropical Cancer League of the
American Medical Center at Den-
ver is planning a luncheon meet-
ing at noon Friday, Jan. 21, in the
Deauville Hotel.
The program will include a "Mad
Hatters" parade with members
acting as models. Judges who will
award prizes for the most original,
the most beauti.-ui and funniest
hats will be Mrs. Faye Tupler, club
editor of the Miami Beach Sun-
Reporter, Mrs. Meyer White and
Mrs. Louis Norkin.
Presiding will be Belle Rubin-
stein; reservations may be made
by calling Dora Fishman or Anne
White.
Women's League Chapters
To Meet Thursday, Jan. 20
The Roney Plaza Chapter, Wom-
en's League for Israel, invites the
public to attend their next meeting,
Thursday.Jan. 20, at 1 p.m. in the
main social hall of the Roney
Plaza. Mrs. Jay Dermer will be
the guest speaker.
The Florida chapter will meet
on Thursday. Jan. 20. at 12:30 p.m.
in the 1200 auditorium of Forte
Towers. "A Jewish History Scries"
will be presented by Sara Holfani,
and "Women's League for Israel's
Contribution to the World" by
Rose Glick. Games and refresh-
ments will follow.
Shapiros Invited To Speak
Mrs. William Goldworn, chair-
man of the day, has invited Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Shapiro to speak
on "Your Children'! Education in
Human Sexuality" at the January
meeting of the Temple Judea Sis-
terhood beginning at 11 am.
Wednesday. Mrs. Shapiro, who has
taught the subject for five yean
at Temple Israel, implemented a
pilot project in junior high schools
and a program through which Dade
County teachers were shown how
to teach the subject.
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Friday. January 14, 1972
Law School Alumni Chapter
Elects Zukernick President
Harry Zukernick M:ami Beach
attorney- has Dwii' etee**d first
pr sklent of the South Florida
Chapter of the Alumni Association
of Brooklyn I.aw School.
Other officers elected were
Alexander Settlesmcer. vice presi-
dent; Marjorie F. Rabbins r.i ord-
beg ivtwtary; Minnie Sehlanger.
corresponding -ccrctary. and
Georsc J. Bolton. treasurer.
Mr. Zukernick. who has served
b- presideM of the Miami Beach
Bar Association, has been a mem-
ber of the board of governor* of
th Florl ;i Bar ior 12 years and
was chairman of its r^al property,
l bate and trust law section.
Mr. Zukernick has aim
g< I resident of Miami B<-ach B'nai
B'r:'h Lodge and was chairman
of the district welfare hoar-i
man) years, a trustee o fthe Flor-
ida P. _i r.al office of the Anti-
Defamation League
Mr. Zukernick ha* been the re-
cipient of the Award of Merit
presented by the Miami Bah Bar
A-~ociation "for distinguished
e to the legal profession."
H*t*Y ZUKIKNKK
JWV Auxiliaries
Announce Plans
Se\eral Jewish War Veterans I
Ladies Auxiliaries have announced .
their activities for the coming!
week.
el Tuesday at g p.m.. the Auxiliary I
of Norman Bruce Brown Post 174
! plans a social games night for j
members and friends at 4601 W. j
Flagler St. A special salute will;
be given to newly obligated mem- |
| bers; refreshment will lollow.
Auxiliary' 330 will meet Thurs-
day. Jan. 20 at 8 p.m. in the
American Legion Hall. 18th Street
; and Alton Road. Ceil Rochvarg. i
president, invites members and
j prospective members to attend the '
obligation ceremony of new mem-
| bers. Refreshments will be served. '
Auxiliary' 723 will service the
telecart at the V.A. Hospital
Thursday, Jan. 20. Volunteers may
| contact the president. Rose
Lisansky.
Auxiliary 746 will meet Wednes-
day at 8 p.m. in the Financial Fed-
. era] Bank Building. 650 NW 183rd
St. State Department president.
Sally Levy, will make her official
visit, and will preside at the obli-
gation of new members in coop-
'. eration with president Pauline
Duke.
JWV Post-Auxiliary Dance
Marks 35 Years Of Service
CPA Explains Increased
Exemptions, Deductions
Taxpayers preparing to file
their 1971 Federal Income Tax re-
turns will find that the most sig-
nificant changes from last year
are in the treatment of exemp-
tions and deductions, according to
James T. Lang. CPA. president of
the Florida Institute of Certified
Public Accountants.
An exemption is the amount
that can be subtracted from ad-
justed gross income for each of
the taxpayer's dependents, in-
eluding himself.
On 1971 returns. Lang reports,
5610 may be taken for each
exemption up from S625 last
year. Persons who are over 65 or
blind are allowed a double exemp-
li..n. or $1,350. iThe peisonal
exemption rises to $750 in ;972. i
A deduction is an expense that
fiith into one of several categories
which the law permits to b sub-
t.acted in whole or in part lefore
arriving at taxable income. The
major categories of deductlb e ex-
penses are taxes, interest, medi-
cal and dental costs, chat itable
contributions and casualty losses
(lire, theft, etc.).
The CPA official says that in-
stead of itemizing dedu :tioni
many taxpayers, especially those
in the middle to lower brackets,
may find it advantageous to take
the standard deduction of 1'.'; of
adjusted gross income of M.500,
whichever is less, a shar;> rise
from the 10r; $1,000 standard
deduction of last year.
Lang expects the change to
cause millions of additional tax-
I ayers to claim the standard de-
duction rather than itemizing and
Kays there should be a further
trend in that direction next year,
when the standard deduction goes
to 15',J $2,003.
For low-income families there
L: a minimum standard allowance
which, together with the person-
al exemption, means a single per-
son with income of not more than
$1,725, and couples filing jointly
and with income of not more than
$2,400, will have to pay no Federal
income taxes at all.
"Although the low-income al-
lowance was intended primarily to
benefit families at or below the
jKiverty level, it applies also to
dependent members of more af-
m
Julius Gracer To Speak
Julius R. Gracer, accountant,
businessman, stock broker and in-
vestment counselor, will be the
s;>eaker at Tuesday's Forte For-
um, which meets in the Forte Au-
ditorium, 1200 West Ave., at 1
p.m. Mr. Gracer will discuss the
Present Economic Turmoil." The
public is invited.
fluent families." Land stated.
Thus, a taxpayer's child can have
an income of up to $1,725 and
owe no taxes, while still being
claimed as an exemption by the
parent. This has been modified
tor years after 1971.
One major new deduction is
available in 1972 to families in
which both husband and wife
work or there is only one em-
ployable adult. Such taxpayers
may deduct up to $400 a month
Of the costs of the care of children
or invalids, according to the CPA
official.
Mr. Lang warns tnat some tax-
payers will Ik? mistaken if they
assume that the bigger personal
exemption and standard deduction
will result in large tax refunds.
One reason why Congress passed
'he increase, he says, was to cor-
rect a defect in the withholding
tables that caused too little to be
withheld from the pay envelopes
of millions of workers. These tax-
payers especially in families
where both husband and wife
work would have faced sizeable
tax bills on April 15th up to
several hundred dollars in some
ases,
For most, the new rules will
not bring any windfalls, but they
should cause taxes withheld to
balance more closely the tax ob-
ligations. Mr. Lang believes.
Mrs. Ira Reamer To Give
, Lecture On Birth Defects
When the Eleanor Roosevelt
Chapter, B'nai B'rith Women.
! meets at 8:30 p.m., Wednesday in
! Temple Or Olom. 8755 SW 16th
, St.. the guest speaker will be Mrs
; Ira Reamer, chairman of Operation
I Stork, a vital part of the March of
i Dimes.
The lecture, which is open to
1 the public, will b.' illustrated with
is Mrs. Reamer, whose child
'. lias a birth defect, will detail ways
in which members can help Opera-
; tion Stork in its work.
Psychiatrist Luncheon Guest
The Male Eunuch" will be dis-
missed by psychiatrist Dr. Alan
Lipton. guest speaker at the lunch-
i eon meeting of Temple Israel Sis-
terhood in the Wolfson Auditorium.
Wednesday at 11:30 a.m. For res-
ervation-, call Mrs. Arthur Kahn
I or the temple office.
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Norman Bruce Brown Post No. ;
174, Jewish War Veterans of the :
UnlttKl States, and its tsMlKH Aux- i
iliary will celebrate 35 years of j
service to veterans and the com- .
munity at a dinner-dance to be
bttd Sunday at 6 p.m. in the Du-
pont Plaza Hotel.
Because of the continued activ-
ity of the members of the Post '
and Auxiliary since It was insti-
tuted in 1937" Florida's first JWV
Post and Auxiliary has won many
state and national awards, it was
pointed out.
Guest speaKer mil ne Jerome
D. Cohen of New York, National
Commander of the JWV. Com- '
mander Cohen, who just returned
from a trip to the Soviet Union,
Is here on his official visit to the t
Department of Florida, JWV.
The list of distinguished guests.
headed by Miami Mayor ar.d Mrs.
David Kennedy, includes high-
ranking officers of the Jewish
War Veterans such as National
Kxecutive Committeeman Ainslie
P.. Ferdie of Coral Gables; Fourth
Region Commander Jack Herman
of Hollywood; Department of
Florida Commander Peter Blue-
sten of Hallandale and Depart-
ment of Florida Ladies Auxiliary
President Mrs. Sally Levy of Mi-
ami Beach.
Cochairmen of the Anniversary
Committee are Past National Ad-
jutant Ralph Rosofsky for the
Post and Past Auxiliary President
Mae Schreiber for the Auxiliary.
Post Commander is Leonard S,
Davis; Auxiliary President ls
'Festival Night In Israel9
A Tel Aviv Musical Revue
The stars will shine at the Mi-1
ami Beach Auditorium on Satur-
day night, Feb. 5, when "Festive
top singing star will be Yacov Dan:
rounding out the evening of Is-
raeli music and song will be the
comedy of Steve Gaynor a-.d the
Dave Lester Orchestra.
"Festive Night in Israel" is a
project of the Israel Histadn:-
Council of South Florida; the pro-
ceeds will go to the South Florida
Medical Center in Beersheba.
Israel.
Miami Beach music lovers are
in for a treat with the appearance
of Miss Yarkoni who is coming
hero especially for this show. It
has been over two years air.ee she
was last here.
Tickets, which are tax deduct-
ible, are still available at the
auditorium box office or at the
Histadrut offices. Suite 214, One
Lincoln Road Building. All scats
are reserved; donations range from
three to six dollars.
YACOV DAN
Night in Israel.' a top musical
revue direct from Tel Aviv, comes
to town.
Arie Kaduri, producer and di-
rector promises an evening of top
entertainment starring Yalta
Yarkoni. Featured with Israel's
H-U Offering New Course
For the first time the Hebrew
University Ls offering a course
leading to a bachelor's degree In
Chinese and Japanese studies, ac-
cording to Harry A. < Hap) Levy,
president of the Greater Miami
Chapter. American Friends of the
Hebrew University. Specialists on
Japan and China arc- on the staff
to teach an entering class of ap-
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+Jewist florid fan
Page 7-B
Mrs. Abramowitz Reports On
International Conference
The presence of the Soviet
Union in the Middle Kast is an
irreversible political situation
which the1 Westera Powers wilH
have to ultimately accept as a
political reality. This is the im-
pression received by Mrs. Rachel
Abiamowitz, who attended the re-
cent "International Conference of
Sovietologists and Arabists" meet-
ing at Tel Aviv University to de-
tci mine the effects of the incur-
sion of the Soviet Union in the
Middle Kast as a University of
Miami observer.
"Krom the many panel's pre-
sented by internationally known
Sovietologists, it seems api>arent
that the Russian entry into the
Middle P^st did not follow a
'grand strategic design,' but is
rather an "opjiortunistic taking
advantage' by Russia after devel-
opments all over the world," says
Mrs. Abramowitz. "Among these
are America's involvement with
Vietnam, the DeGaulle policy
which wcakei^ the West, and
the cultural revolution in China,
which enabled Russia to turn its
attention westward.
"The Israeli-Arab tensions can-
not be considered a primary moti-
vation changing Soviet policy on
a geo-political scale, but rather
another in a series of accidents on
the world scene." Mrs. Abramo-
witz declared.
"As Prof. Lacquer of the Uni-
versity of London described this
situation: 'The L'.S.S.R. can be
comi>ared to a hotel thief who will
try to open every door but will
enter only that room which is not
locked.' Therefore, a strong Amer-
ican stance is the only deferent to
Soviet expansion not only in
the Middle p:ast but all over the
Sovietologists participating in the
Conference seemed to indicate
that Russia's startling success in
the.I*idi*-Pakistan- Wan,- has'even
given greater leverage to Russia
in its relations with the Arab
countries," Mrs. Abramowitz re-'
ported. Russia can convince the
Arabs that Israel will be easier
to deal with once a Pax-Sovietica
has been completely established
in the Middle East. Russia there-
fore will not gamble on an Arab-
Israel conflict at this time, for it i
stands to iose the prcstiege it j
gained from India's success, and J
the certain defeat of the Arabs in !
the event of a 'third round' would
erase Russia's advantages in that
area of the world.
"As for the unprecedented emi-
gration of Jews from Russia to
Israel, several leading Sovietolo-
gists speculated that it is for the
convenience of Russian domestic
policy in its attempt to eliminate
an internal problem which has
given Russia considerable trouble.
"Getting rid of "undesirable ele-
ments' is not a new development
in Russian internal politics; it has
been the modus operand! ever
since the Stalinist regime. In fact.
Prof. Pii>es of Harvard University
went so far as to suggest that
there may even be a systematic
expulsion nt Jews, comparable to
the expulsion from Poland and.
Czechslovakia in the past decade,
in the maTcing."
Mrs. Abramowitz, wife of Rabbi
M. Abramowitz, spiritual leader
of Temple Menorah will report to
the Center of International Stud-
ies at the University of Miami and
has accepted shaking engage-
ments before many major Jewish
organizations primarily on the
subject of Soviet Jews in Russia
and their integration in Israel.
"It was an indescribable experi-
ence to meet the world's 'Russia
Watchers', whose scholarly books
served as my text material during
my graduate and undergraduate
years at ,the University," Mrs.
Abramowitz stated. "Meeting with
these scholars on a personal level
has widened my horizons and my
understanding of Soviet policies."
Mrs. Claire Greenwald.
'Rome And Jerusalem' Topic
"Rome and Jerusalem" by Moses
Hess will be the subject of the
great Jewish books discussion
group at their meeting Thursday.
Jan. 20, at 2 p.m. in the Miami
Beach Public Library, 2100 Collins
Ave. Mrs. Albert Gitlow, American
affairs chairman for Haaassah .will
lead the discussion; program co-
ordinator is Samuel Reiser.
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Mr. and Mrs. Norman Arluclc
Mr. and Mrs. Cherniak
Mrs. Dora Dworkin
Mr. Philip Feldman
Mr. and Mrs. Israel Finkel
Mr. and Mrs. David Flum
Mr. and Mrs. David Freedman
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Gingold
Mr. Nathan Ginsburg
Abe Goldberg
Dr. Milton Goldman
Mrs. Goldscheid
Mr. Morris Hoffman
Mr. Morris Honigbaum
Mrs. Eva B. Kahn
Mr. Harry Kaminer
Hyman Kantor
Mr. Michael Kaplan
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kass
Judge Zev W. Kogan
Mr. Aarqn Krantz
Mr. and Mrs. Ph. Krauss
Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Lederman
Mr. Jos. H. Levine
Mrs. Rose Lichtman
Mrs. Zelda Liebman
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Lrff
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Numtzow
Mr. Morris Newmark
Mrs. Leah Notkin
Mr. Potnick
Mr. Nathan Raisin
Mr. Leon Rettig
Mrs. Anna Rosenberg
Mrs. Rose Rosenberg
Mr. Rosenberg
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Mrs. Anna Rovinsky
Leba Rudin
Eliyahu Schmidt
Mrs. Sheingold
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Murray Taft
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Zipporah Weis
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Richard Levy, Miami Beach campaign coordinator, and
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Friday, January 14, 1972
Miami Chapter Celebrating
11ariassah's 60th Birthday
The Miami Chapter of Hadassah I The Miami Chapter's newest
wil] celebrate the 60th anniversary members and life members will
of the national organization with i be treated to a fashion showing of
the 1972 spring line of fashions
presented by Adele Simpson and
Neiman-Marcus.
Mrs. Morris Herman, president
of the Miami Chapter, reports
that the guest speaker will be
Mrs. Irving Weissman, president
of the Florida Region, who is com-
ing from Tampa for the party. The
Chapter will extend good wishes
to Neiman-Marcus, which is cele-
brating its first birthday, and to
the Mt. Scopus Group which will
celebrate its 25th anniversary in
the Hadassah family.
Representng the 4,000 members
of the Miami Chapters will be the
presidents of various groups, in-
cluding Mrs. Lloyd Orlow, Aliyah;
Mrs. Harvey Friedman, Aviva;
Mrs. Marvin Borenstein, Chai;
Mrs. Gertrude Bashman, Ein Ker-
em; Mrs. Samuel Kupsenel, Albert
Einstein; Mrs. Samuel Levy, Ima:
Mrs. Herman Fiske, Kadimah;
Mrs. Doris Roffe, Masada; Mrs.
William Paul, Mayim; Mrs. Rob-
ert Schweitzer, Menorah, and Mrs.
Lillian Mizel, Migdol.
Also Mrs. David Ellison, Mt.
Scopus; Mrs. George Barish, Na-
omi; Mrs. Nathan Greif, Ramah;
Mrs. Max Elster. Rolling Green;
Mrs. Edward Lazarus, Eleanor
Roosevelt, Mrs. Fred Garr. Tikvah;
Mrs. David Eisenberg, Torah: Miss
Sadie Weinberger, Weizmann; Mrs.
Robert Feingold, Shalom; Mrs.
James Rosenfield, Shoshana, and
Mrs. Jack Burte, Judea.
| Candlelight, Double-Ring Rites
For Gail Feinberg, Lee Goldman
MKS. MO**IS HE9MAH
a 60th birthday party, at noon
Tuesday in the Playboy Plaza
Hotel.
Mrs. Stanley Bulbin, member-
ship vice president, is the chair-
man of the day; her committee is
composed of Mrs. Arthur Gross-
man, program vice president; Mrs.
Stanley Miller, Mrs. Murray Le-
vine. Mrs. Joseph Scopp, Mrs.
Leonard Schreiber, Mrs. Samuel
Steinberg. Mrs. Maxwell Weis-
berg and Mrs. Leonard Wolpe.
MRS. Iff GOLDMAM
Blackmans Announce
Sandra's Engagement
To Samuel Goldstein
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Blackman
of 5741 SW 64th PL, announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Sandra Robin, to Samuel Philip
Goldstein, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Goldstein of 11640 SW 61st
Ct.
Sandy, a graduate of Southwest
Miami High School and Memphis
State University School of Educa-
tion, is presently teaching high
school Speech and English in Dade
County. Her fiance, a graduate of
Miami Palmetto High School and
the University of Miami School of
Business Administration, is asso-
ciated with a seafood distributing
firm.
The couple plans to be marreid
in June.
The candlelight double ring
ceremony that made Gail Fein-
berg, daughter of Dr. and Mrs.
Herbert Feinberg of Bay Heights,
the bride of Lee Goldman, son of
J. L. Golcman and the late Mrs.
Helen Goldman of Salisbury. N.C.,
took place Sunday, Jan. 9, at the
Eden Roc Hotel with Rabbi Sol
Landau officiating. A reception
and dinner followed the nuptials.
For her wedding, the bride se-
lected a gown of imported Swiss
lace with reembroidered Alencon
lace appliques, beaded with clus-
ters of pearls. A matching head-
piece, embroidered with the same
lace and beading held a three-
tiered veil; she carried a cascade
ot large white Cattleya orchids,
white roses and lily of the valley.
The bridal attendants wore Em-
pire style gowns with pink chiffon
bodices and skirts of cranberry
velvet. They carried cascade bou-
quets with lighted candles in the
center of pink and cranberry col-
ored tulips, carnations and roses
accented with baby's breath.
Miss Judy Feinberg was her sis-
ter's maid of honor; bridesmaids
included another sister, Carol
Feinberg, Helaine Braunig and
Carol Sir. The bridegroom's broth-
er, Charles Goldman, served as
his best man; ushers included his
brothers, Edward and Joseph
Goldman, and Robert Helms.
The bride, a graduate of Coral
Gables High School, attended the
University of Bristol, England
and graduated from Sophie New-
comb College in New Orleans,
where her sorority was Alpha Ep-
silon Phi. Her husband, a gradu-
ate of the University of North
Carolina, Chapel Hill, was affili-
ated with Tau Epsilon Phi fra-
ternity. He is active ir the Salis-
bury Jaycees.
After a honeymoon in Jamaica,
the newlyweds will live in Salis-
bury. N.C.

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RABBI and MRS. JACOB TVIERSKI
Friends Fete Rabbi and Mrs. Twerski
On Golden Wedding Anniversary
A large group of their friends
will honor Rabbi and Mrs. Jacob
Twerski Svnday with a 6:30 p.m.
dinner in the Crown Hotel cele-
brating their 50th wedding anni-
versary. Attorney Harold Shapiro,
a former mayor of Miami Beach,
will serve as the toastmaster; Ivan
and Lillian Weinstein of Hallan-
dale are cochairmen of the ar-
rangements committee.
Cantor Saul Breeh of Beth Ra-
phael Congregation will present a
number of Yiddish, Hebrew and
Knglish selections for the enter-
tainment of the guests. He will be
accompanied by pianist-composer
Shmuel Fershko.
Rabbi and Mrs. Twerski, who
make their winter home at 1228
Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach, decided
to make Milwaukee, Wis., their
home soon after their marriage 50
years ago. They helped build the
46-year-old Beth Jehudah Con-
gregation, and have been blessed
with five sons, 31 grandchildren
and five great-grandchildren.
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Several Miami Beach Chapter of
Hadareah Groups will be meeting
during the coming week.
Renanah Group will meet on
Monday at 10:30 a.m. in Winston
Towers 2"0. Mrs. Manny Temkin
will preside: the speaker will be
Mrs. Jay Dermer.
Triton Towers Group plans a
luncheon meeting Tuesday noon
in the Algiers Hotel. The program
will inclu-le a film, "The Dream
and the Deed." Mrs. Morris Wina-
wer will preside.
I. R. Goodman Group will meet
Wednesday at 8 p.m. in the Finan-
cial Federal Auditorium 735 Wash-
ington Ave. Miss Lillian Goodman
will preside.
Brandeis Group has scheduled a
luncheon meeting Thursday, Jan.
20, at 11:30 a.m. in the La Ronde
Room of the Fontainebleau Hotel
Mrs. David Reinwald, president,
announces.
The Eddie Cantor Group lunch-
eon meeting will be held Thurs-
day, Jan. 20, at 11:30 a.m. in the
Fontainebleau Hotel. Mrs. Sol
Krasner will preside; Patricia
Gavle will entertain with violin
and guitar.
iii-r/.l Group will celebrate Foun-
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with a dinner-dance in the Bal
Masque Room of the Americana
Hotel. For reservations, call Mrs.
Ben Zeigmund, president.
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Friday, January 14, 1972
Serendipity
by Sally Spaet
When Gladys and Robert J. Berman entertained for her son and
hi*- uriie. Susan and Bill A. Kaplan, at an elegant dinner-dance at the
nperial, it was a happy, happy occasion. Susan is the former Susan
#lii'k of Newton, Mass.. and her parents Mr. and Mrs. Sol Glick, came
in for the party. The bridegroom's grandmother, Mrs. Sam Berman,
atad Glady's daughter and son-in-law, Arlene and Malcolm Fromberg,
Wl ne busy introducing new relatives to old friends.
Out-of-town "family" who came in for the occasion Included Ruth
and Bernard Bi-rman and Mrs. Stanley Looser of Louisville, Ky., Mr.
and Mis. Herbert Berman of Chicago, and Gladys' aunt and uncle,
Lilian and Joe Safer of Deal, N.J. Other relatives were Mr. and Mrs.
1 narfl .Miller, cousins; Mrs. Flossie Miller, an aunt; Mary Rose and
Dr. Sherman Kaplan, their daughter, Helen, their son, Dr. Michael
Kaplan, ar.i ether daughter, Barbara Foster; Pauline and Jack
Schwartz and their daughter and son-in-law, Rhona and Shelly A ber-
man. and their other daughter and son-in-law, Barbara and Marvin
Haven: and Marcelle and Donald Kaplan and I hope I didn't forget
anyone,
Glimpsed at the buffet table and milling around were Helen and
Saul Z. Bennett. Marjorie and Leonard Wien, Ruth and Max Orovitz,
Rose and Bill Segal. Florence and Izzy Hecht, Roz and Ix>u Grossman.
Anne and Joe Lipton, Esther and Carl VVeinkle, Martha and Carl
Sv:-skind, Labei and Howard Grove, Grace and Bernard Pallant, Alice
and Seymour Rubin. Barbara and Irwin Rubin, lea and Ben Diamond.
Virginia and Bill Green, Rita and Dr. Maxwell Sayet, Esther and Dr. |
James Furlong. Sylvia and Dr. Leon Manheimer and Sylvia and Joe
Hose.
Others included the Courshons, Bea and Aaron, Dolores and Jack
and Carol and Arthur; George Talianoff (Lucille was ill), the
Ai Reibels, Ida and Bill Singer. Marilyn and Maurice Cromer, Lucille '
and Alvin Kroll. Fae and Herman Rubin, Lucille and William Fritz, \
and Gussie and George Wolpert.
Enjoying the music were Ronnie prui Dr. Philip Weinstcin. Ann
and Sam Mufson, Inez and Ralph Shere, the Randy Polanskys, Enid j
and Sterling I-aVine, Miriam and Dr. Louis Lemberg. Nettie and Al
Levin, Florence and Morris Green, Sylvia Goldberg, Winnie and Chic ;
Ohaikin. Zelda and Jules Channing, Ruth and Fred Dalton. May and
A. J. Harris, Edna and James Chapman and Bunnv and Dr. Bob Jaffe. j
* ft
How would you want to celebrate your 88th birthday?"Well, atria-
teur horticulturist, Barnet Schneider, has been growjin^.'and giving i
T.L.C. to trees in the garden. Since Jan. 31 is Jewish.Arbor Day, Mr. |
Schneider's grandchildren, Charles, Jeani and Claire 1-teiid, will plant
these trees in hfa honor at Temple Zion. Afterwards, family and friends
will celebrate his birthday at a party at the home of his children.
Mna ar.d Norman Sand of SW 61st St. His granddaughter. Jan
E'owning, who has been living in Israel for the past two years where
she was a coordinator at the Hadassah Medical School in Jerusalem.
is home and will be a hostess at the party. His son, Moe Schneider1 of
Eoston. and hi~ sister-in-law, Annie Schneider of Plainesville, N.J. are
flying in. ThU is one birthday no one will forget!
ft ft
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Svlvin and Morris Herman had a house full of family enjoying
1h. holidays with them in Kendall. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Altertnan of Pittsburgh: their son, Fred Herman who is a junior at |
Brandais University; their niece. Regina Herman, of the University of I
Florida, and thnir nephew, Martin Herman, who is a medical student at
the University of Miami, kept the Hermans going places and doing
things. All has (juicteri down now, and Sylvia's thoughts arc of presid-
ing at Miami Chapter of Hadassah meetings.
ft ft ft
The Opti-Mrs. of Miami Beach have an annual theatre-luncheon for
the benefit of their project to help emotionally disturbed children.
Next Tuesday's the day and the place is the Cotillion Room of the
Eden Roc Hotel. The reception begins at 11 a.m. and then a beautiful
luncheon is served (the cost of the luncheon is underwritten by 40
beautiful spon-orsi. A professional group, the Gold Coast Players, will
present "The Girl In The Freudian Slip." Mi's. Milton Olkin is presi-
dent of the Opti-Mrs.
Mrs. Murray Sonnett, chairman of the day, raved about her hard-
working committee: Mrs. Louis Pilzer and Mrs. Arthur Leibowitz, co-
chairmen of tickets; Mrs. Lawrence West on, ad chairman; Mrs. Gene
Ti-oop and Mrs. Ix-e Pines, cochairmen of prizes; Mrs. Lloyd Cooper,
publicity; and the committee of hostessses; Mesdames William Car-
Biel, Mildred Simon. George Goodman, Emanuel Goldstritch, Robert
Jarkson, Henry Kram anj Frank Nankin.
ft ft ft
Jaealyn Artier celebrated her 17th birthday with a dinner party
for 20 guests Tuesday at the home of her parents, Irene and Leonard
Artier. The Miami girl, active in Beth David Congregation was one of
the debutantes at the recent Ambassador's Ball, so this is really a
Very exciting lime in the life of the Hebrew Academy student.
ft ft ft
Claire (Mrs. William I Parker, a vice president of the Miami
Chapter of Haflassah. is leaving for Israel to visit Roz and Gerald
Soltz. fornvr Miamians who are making their home in Natanya. After
Claire's holiday, in Israel, Claire and Roz will return to the United
Slates to attend the meeting of the national Hadassah board, and
then come back to Miami where she will speak to local Hadassah
, groups.
ft ft ft
The Richard Behrens' annual get-together at their South Dade
home was different this year. It turned into a "Dolphin Super Bowl
Bound Party," with Richard wearing a "victory" wine drinking glass
around his neck. His wife, Leta, greeted the 100-plus celebrants
which included Bob and Dena Parent, Sue and Alan Kurzwell, Ron
and Geri Levitt, the Norman Lipoffs, Helen and Abe Krutman, Sydell
and Dave Berman, the Jack Furmans, Jimmy Spoctors, Alan Portners,
Larry Goulds and the Saul Cohens.
MRS. GIDALIO ftLDENKRVi
'Brick' Luncheon
Set Wednesday
Hebrew Academy Women have
planned a "different" Brick lunch-
eon this year; the luncheon will
be served on one floor of the un-
completed Jack J. Rosen Junior
High School and Olga and Mar-
garet W e i s h a u s Senior High
School Building, according to Mrs.
Gidalio Feldenkreis, chairman of
the event, which will take place
Wednesday.
The use of the new building,
across the street from the main
campus of the school, at 2400 Pine
Tree Dr.. is expected to draw a
large attendance. Mrs. Leonard
Adler. president of the Hebrew
Academy Women, reported.
Reservations for this luncheon
may be made by phone with the
cochairmen. Mrs. Julius Rosen-
stein. Mrs. Joseph Shapiro or Mrs.
Leonard Rosen.
David Giesser Lecturer
The Sisterhood of Temple Betfc
Raphael will meet Thunidsy. "Jan;.
20. at 7:30 p.m. at the temple with
Mrs. Hymen 'J. Berger presiding^
Mrs. A. William Gerstman, pro-
gram vice president, announces
that the guest speaker- will be
David Giesser, South Florida Re-
gional director of Techruon, who
will illustrate his lecture with
slides.
Art And Croft Classes
At Grove House School .
Classes for all ages in arts afld
crafts, including ceramics, paint-
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m.Hiame. etching sculpture and
batik opened this week at th I
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president, Women's Division, Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion; Mrs. Morris Dobschultz; Israel Amitai, guest speaker;
Mrs. Miriam Gingold, and Mrs. Milton Green, chairman of
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The Greatest Show on Earth is
under the overall direction of
by Ruffling Bros. Barnum & Bail-
ey's president, Irvin Feld.
Among the internationally cele-
brated circus stars taking part in
the new show are Spain's Pablo
Noel and his pride of African lions,
making their American debut;
tiger master Charly Baumann;
Meiidcz and Seitz, celebrated high*
wire daredevils, Bulgaria's exciting
I'rnchovi Troupe of high-wire ex-
perts. The Flying Gaonas, the
Beth Torah Observing
'Sisterhood Sabbath'
In observance of Sisterhood
Sabbath, Beth Torah will hold a
special half-hour service Friday at
6:00 p.m. in the Main Sanctuary.
The service, conducted byl>r.
Max A. I.ipsehitz, afin Hazzan Jac-
ob J. Renzer, will be followed by
dinner, Sabbath Songs, a brief ad-
dress by Mrs. Ewald Ziffer, presi-
dent of the Mollie Kahaner Sis-
terhood, and a s|>ecial Oneg Shab-
l.at reception for the entire mem-
bership. A dance and song fest by
United Synagogue Youth will also
take place in the new Youth Cen-
ter.
Oholei Torah Banquet Is
Rescheduled For Feb. 20
Djiquit Troupe from Bulgaria, pre-
soiling the first demonstration of 0RT 'Children's Matinee'
Cossack horsemanship ever seen
in the Western Hemisphere, and
trai>eze star Balkanski, also mak-
ing his American debut.
The Oholei Torah
scholarship banquet,
Day School
the school's
From Germany comes the amaz-
ing Jacki Althoff Wonder Bears.
major fund-raising event of the and Axel Gautier will present the
year, which was originally sched-
uled for Jan. 23. will be held Sun-
day. Fob. 20 at the Sheraton Four
Ambassador.-- Hotel, it has been
announced.
Dr. Elias Hersehmann. chairman
of the newly-appointed executive
committee, has named an arrange-
ments committee for the event
which in?lud"s Mrs. B. Elsenberg
and Mrs. D. Retter.
Essay Contest Under Way
David J. Smith, viie president
of American Savings & Loan and
president of I he Advertising Club
of Miami, reviewed Ad Club's es-
say contc-st brochure with Miami
Beach High School students David
Einhorn and Bonnie Berk and jour-
nalism instructor Stanard Evans
last week. TThe 1972 contest en-
titled ''Advertising in a Youth
Age." is'open "fo'ail Dade County
sophomores, juniors and seniors.
American Savings & Loan has been
4he sefcool sponsor for Miami
fteach High School for several
ears. :
Personnel Director Named
Ronald J. Lewis has b'Wn ap-
pointed pers nnoV diroefqr of the.
American Sa -ings f'dan Associa-
tion of ;Floi..!a, Prior to his Mb
pointme'ntj he "was manager of
personnel administration of Trans
World Airlines, Inc. A native of
Glendale. Ca'if., he earned degrees
from Long Beach Stale College
and Orange Coast College In
California.
largest herd of performing ele-
phants on eaith in new routines.
In a dilion, the show this season
presents the five most elaborate
and exciting spectacles in its 102-
year history, including the novel
aerial production, "Rags to Rich-
es," which introduces the beautiful
young ladies of the air. World \ crs will
famous singing ringmaster Harold j Gounod's
Honk will introduce the world's
largest and funniest congress of
clowns, a brilliant brigade of cre-
ative laughmaken.
Saturday At JFK Jr. High
The Performing Company of the
Conservatory of Fine Arts, North
Miami Beach, will present a pro-
gram at the John F. Kennedy
Junior High School, Saturday ai
2 p.m. under the ircetion of I aura
Rose May. The ORT children's
matinee will benefit ORT's pro-
gram to help build a vocational
school in Israel.
The company of 23 young dane-
perform "Spring" to
ballet music from the
opera, Faust. Soloists will be
Cherie Barnes, Susan Jaffe. Ni-
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Mr. Friedland. dinner chairman,
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Friday, January 14. 1971
Bab MifyucUi
*KH
MI< IIAKL KILLER
Michael, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Donald Biller. will observe
his Bar Mitzvah Saturday. Jan.
15, at Beth Torah Congregation.
Michael is a student in the ,
fourth grade at Beth Torah's Har- i
old Wolk Religious School and at- t
tends John F. Kennedy Junior |
High School, where he's on the j
iootball squad.
Mr. and Mrs. Biller will sponsor |
the Kiddush in Michael's honor.
Honored guests will include his
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. M.
Biller of Hollywood, his sisters,
and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. ,
Harold Sanes and Barbara Biller Beth Torah Congregation.
of Gainesville; and Mrs. Harry Steven is a member of the pre-
Kranen of Bay City. Mich. I Confirmation Class of Beth Tor-
ft ** ft I ah's Harold Wolk Religious School
and attends John F. Kennedy Jun-
Sfeven Friedman
Mark WitkM
Jeffrey Btlabin
Michael Bi'Her
Lillian Olemberq
Beth Miller
Oscar Syger
Jack Shapiro, will observe his Bar
Mitzvah Saturday. Jan. 15, at
Steven Neil, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Abe Friedman, will become
Bar Mitzvah on Saturday, Jan.
15. at Temple Emanu-El.
ioi High School.
Steven's parents will host the
Kiddush following the services in
. his honor. Honored guests will in-
The celebrant, a student at clude his grandparents, .Mr an(,
Horace Mann Junior High School, Mrs Abe Sh ,ro and Mf
will be honored at a reception. Mrs Bernard Bercovitch.
immediately following services.
Honored guests will be Steven's
grandparents, Mrs. Lilly Fried-
man and Mr. and Mrs. Abe Ros-
ner.
it ir i:
JEFFREY BELABIN
Jeffrey, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Belabin, will celebrate his <-origregatioa
Bar Mitzvah Saturday. Jan. 15. at : An honor ro student in the
Beth Torah Congregation. : eighth g,.ade at Ponce de Leon
A member of the Harold Wolk Junior High School, Mark has
Religious School pre-Confirmation i been attending religious school for
Class, Jeff attends John F. Ken- j five years. He is a member of the
nedy Junior High School, where school band, and a percussion
he is a member of the football student at the University of Mi-
it it it
MARK WITKIND
Mark Jayson. the son of Dr. and
Mrs. Eliot Witkind, 425 Hardee ]
Rd.. Coral Gables, will be called
to the Torah for his Bar Mitzvah, |
Saturday, Jan. 15, at Beth David
Temple Zion Cast And Crew
The cast and crew of an original
comedy by Lillian Burak, a well-
known local playwright, are pres-
ently rehearsing for the perform-
ance of "Whatever Happened to
South Miami Registration
Switched To Fire House
A temporary change for voter
registration in South Miami, being
conducted at the Fire Station, 6130
Sunset Dr., through Feb. 7 has
been announced by the Dade
County election division.
"The change from South Miami
City Hall has been made neces-
sary due to the forthcoming elec-
tion," Willard J. Miller, acting
supervisor of elections, said.
In addition, registration will be
open in Homestead City Hall on
Fridays only, instead of the usual
Wednesdays.
Is Rehearsing New Comedy In Wometco Theatres
the 2c Plain" they will give for
Temple Zion in March.
Mrs. Burak, who has produced
numerous well-known scripts, has
presented one play at the Ring
Theatre and several at the U-M's
Box Theatre. Inquiries reqarding
theatre parties and reservations
may be made at the temple office
or by calling the office of Harry
Burak.
Starting Friday at the Patio,
Twin I and Byron Theatres is
"Made For Each Other"; "Some-
thing Big" begins its run at the
Miami, Miracle, 163rd Street, Nor-
mandy, 27th Avenue and North
Andrews Drive-ins and Plaza-
Hollywood; "Year of the Canni-
bals is opening at the Mayfair and
Sunset Theatres.
team.
Mr. and Mrs. Belabin will spon-
sor the Kiddush in their son's
honor following the services.
Guests will include Mr. and Mrs.
Irving Seider.
it it it
BETH MILLER
Beth, the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Arnold Miller, will celebrate
her Bat Mitzvah Friday, Jan. 14,
at Congregation B'nai Raphael.
A member of the temple's junior
choir, Beth has been a student of
the B'nai Raphael Hebrew School
for the past five years, and is in
the 1972 graduating class. She
Will be confirmed next year. The
celebrant is a seventh grade stud-
ent at Norland Junior High
School, where she has received
awards in tennis and bowling.
The Oneg Shabbat following
services will be given in Beth's
ami School of Music and Band
Camp.
Dr. and Mrs. Witkind will honor
their son with a reception at the
Algiers Hotel. Mark's grandpar-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Wit-
Kind, will attend.
it it ir
LILLIAN OLEMBERG
Lillian, the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Isaac Olemberg, will become
a Bat Mitzvah, Friday evening,
Jan. 14, at Temple Menorah.
The celebrant is an eighth grade
student at Nautilus Junior High
School.
A reception and dinner honoring
Lillian will be held Friday eveing
at Temple Menorah.
Q Q V
STEPHAN DRESCHER
Stephan Gary, the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Ira Drescher, will be
Rabbi Stern Reporting
On Visit To Jerusalem
Rabbi Tibor H. Stern, spiritual
leader of the Jacob C. Cohen Com-
munity Synagogue, will report on
his recent trip to Israel where he
chaired one of the sessions of the
world conference of the Rabbini-
cal Council of America Tuesday
at 8 p.m.
The meeting at the Miami Beach
synagogue. 1532 Washington Ave.,
is open to the public. Rabbi Stern,
whose topic will be "From Jeru-
salem with Peace." met with top
government officials and the chief
rabbis of Israel during his visit.
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Fiiday, January 14, 1972
+Jewish florid fan
Page 13-B
Royal Hungarian Restaurant
Celebrates 25th Anniversary
By PETER B. BRIGGS
Phil Weiss says he serves only
one kind of food at his Miami
Beadfc~restaurant "the best."
And patrons agree as a huge
scrapbook of tributes will testify.
Mr. Weiss' customers always
Come back for more, and have
made his Royal Hungarian Res-
taurant a landmark on South
Miami Beach's Washington Ave.
ThU month the Royal Hungarian
is celebrating its 25th anniversary
following ;: holiday season where
( ners lined up at the door
rr. l more than 500 persona night
c yed his stiictly kosher home-
c .illg.
Miami Bench is ;i long way from
le lor Mr. Weiss who came to
I : nil'-; States from Hungary
I.
And operating a restaurant is
certainly a different line than
\ it he started out to be after
graduating from the Rabbinical
Seminary in Betlin, Hungary in
1928. From the seminary he came
to New York, where he manufact-
ured men's neckwear. He entered
the U.S. Army during World War
II, and ended up in the military
police, serving as a Japanese in-
terpreter.
He even conducted High Holy
Day services while only a buck
private for troops on the train
enroute from Ft. Dix, N.J. to the
west coast where they joined the
77th Infantry Division for service
in Hawaii, Guam, Iwo Jima and
later as occupation troops in Sa-
poro-Shie, Japan.
After being mustered out of the
Army in 1946, he came directly to
Miami Beach, and while still
walking around in uniform he de-
cided he liked it so much he want-
ed to. say.. And. except for,,.a.
l>Hef trip to New York to see his
'Mini-Luncheon' Meeting Set wiH be held Tuesday noon in the
The B'nai B'rith Women, Chap-
ter 519 mini-luncheon meeting.
Algiers Hotel, Mrs. Either Meyer,
newly elected president, announces.
GRAND OPENING
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MR. ami MRS. PHILIP WEISS
He learned Hungarian rooking some of the original waitn
from Mr. and Mrs. Mendel Abra- from 25 years ago still work there,
ham, an elderly couple who came |
from Budapest and helped operate "They're beautiful ladies." he
the restaurant. His wife learned I sdvs fondly.
how to make the delicious strudel
and pies that she still gets up
early each day to bake for the
customers.
But the Weisses are perhaps
best known for the "surprises"
they enjoy pulling on Jewish
groups struggling to raise money.
He remembers best the time in
1965 when he had been engaged
to cater a dinner for the Ben
Moshe Temple. Just a few days
before the dinner, the temple's
hall burned down; Mr. Weiss told
the group they could use his res-
taurant which he closed down for
the night, and at the end of the
dinner, got up and announced that
it was "on the house."
And he's done this with a num-
ber of groups from all ov<;r Dade
Coyn,ty.%
agents .(where he discover^,-a and *. *, ^, -pMcfuesGround
from Hunrarv named *. his rcstaurnn, ,* j always in_
from Hungary named Rose
ith who became his wife), he's
in Miami Beach ever since.
gLV(,:ftyffi)'Ts^^^
here viv.uly. calking of hls'lregura?"cusTomere.
*T' le hotels were jampacked,
What are Mr. Weiss' personal
feelings of success?
"More than anything else we
owe it to keeping faith with our
own customers. Since 1946, our
creed has been to be pre-eminently
fair in all our dealings, serve only
one kind of food the best
serve kashruth to the letter of
the law, charge fair and reason-
able prices, and take pains that
our treatment of our customers
will be so considerate, courteous
and satisfactory as to comrr.end
us to others."
Mr. and Mrs. Weiss have four
children: a daughter, Mrs. Mir-
iam Bensinger of Queens, Long
Island, N.Y., and three sons: Solo-
,mon, a junior at Miami Law
School, and David and Jacob, both
The "tributes" in his s'r-raDbooks U.sUl<,ents at Yeshiva University in
t.lJluT^.^.5^** [New York City.. They also have
'two grandchildren.
elude the word "grateruh*"1
"Treating people right is just
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J?" he and
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nau.m.
[The beginning wasn't easy; for
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bu- boy in several or the hotels.
But he and Rose managed to save
enough money to open a restau-
rant at 8th Street and Washing-
ton Ave. which seated 100 per-
sons.
"But, the things we do for the
.juajmunitj^ati^i sW*hal e*.,
Start
f.ljc. *) a*
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The Royal Hungarian Restau-
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across the street from where it
-tarn I, at 731 Washington Ave.,
features everything from stuffed
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roast duckling, and of course Hun-
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Friday, January 14, 1972
Obituaries
Mrs. Meyer Klatsky Dies
Jennie (Mrs. Meyer I Klatsky,
one of the original founders of
Women's American ORT some 45
years ago In Brooklyn, died last
week in New York. She was a
national vice president of WAO.
which today numbers nearly 101).-
000 members in 730 chapters in
the U.S., and served as a member
of its national executive committee
lor over 25 years.
KAHN
Arthur B.. 71, ol Miami panned sway
Thursday. He came here 29 yearn
ni..> from Canton, Ohio, Hi- was a
member ol F&AM. First president
i.i Miami Fashion CouuolL Mem-
ber "i family service board. Tem-
pi,- Israel. Burvtved by eon Alan of
Ann Arbor, Mich., dawhter Nancy
Bcheuer Ban Jose, Calif. Eight
grandchildren. Brother* Horace of
x. v and Alfred of Philadelphia,
Bervlcee were held Sunday al Rlv-
crsidi Chapel, I>ouglas ltd., with
Interment at Mt. Nebo cemetery,
In lit u of flowers the family re-
quests donations to your favorite
charity.
lECAt NOTRf
blank. Beatrice, 7, 5255 Collins
Ave., Blasberg. Interment Mt, Nebo,
burstiner. Matilda, 73, of M.B.
Riverside. Interment Mt. Nebo.
dbexel. Clara, 7s. ItSO West Ave.,
M.B. Newman Interment Mt. Nebo.
KAHN. Eetelle, 7l', 1338 Pennsylvanls
Ave., M.B. Blaabenr,
KOVACS, Dr. Madeline. 7::. 1400
Ocean Dr., M.B. Newman, Inter-
ment XI t. Nebo.
NEWMAN. Sylvia, '17. 55S5 Collins
Ave.. M.B. Levitt
Rabinowitz. Annie, 71, 1000 Lin-
coln Rd.. M.B. Blasberg.
SOLOVEi. Samuel, 74. inssi K. Baj
Harbor Dr.. Bay Harbor, Blasberg.
TULL, Jennie. 81, 166 South Shore
Dr.. M.H. Riverside. Interment Mt,
Nebo.
SURLOFF. Harry I., s::. 10*0 Merid-
ian Ave., M.B. Newman.
WELCO. Joseph, 7b, of Hollywood.
Levitt
BRAFMAN, Kst.-ra. ;,. 74.'. 61*1 St .
M.B. Riverside Interment Mt. Blnal.
COPLAN, Ruth. 7s. 1"J7". Collins Ave.,
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GREENFIELD. Isidore, 80, of M.B.
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HOCHBERG. David, 81, 1661 Michi-
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LANG, Morris .1 (7, l':'71 Collins Ave .
M.B. Riverside
SCHAFFER. Max. 76, 236 9th Bt, M B
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ZEIGER. ciia 87, of N.M.B. River-
side.
BOTWINIK, Mary, 79, !".".":' N. Ken-
dall Dr. dordon. Interment Mt
hertz. Alexander, 83, of x U B.
Riverside
HlRSCH. Max. 83. oi Hnllandale
Rlversidi.
KLEIMAN. Mo,-i,.. 73, :i44 Pennsyl-
vania Ave.. M.B. Riverside.
LEVINE. Mark Alan. 7. of Miami.
Riverside
MUNZER. Rose. 71, 350 Michigan
Ave., M.B. Newman
ROSENSTOCK. i..e Prank, 68, 131
If.th St.. M.B. Cordon.
ROSS. William, 77. of Miami River-
side.
ROTH, Naomi Saul. 4".. of Miami
Riverside.
ROTH, Sylvia, 66, 1370 Monad Ter.,
M.n. Newman
GELB
MONUMENTS INC.
Open Every Day Closes' Sabbolh
140 SW 57th-Ave. MO 1-8583
Mipn.i'i Only Strictly Jewish
Monument Dealer
MEVEROWITZ. Simon. 65, 226 S3rd
St.. .Ml'.. Newman.
ROSEN. Libby. 69. HIT, Ia-iiox Ave..
M.n. Blasberg.
RYNOR, Helen Kvelyn. U, of M.H.
Riverside.
SILVER. Sara S.. 7S. Hurt West Ave..
M.H. Riverside.
TATLIAN. Charles, >;*. 131 N.H. 204th
St.. x.m.h. Riverside.
WINIK0R. Robert, Mi. ttSjiO,Indian
Creek Dr., Ml: P.lash.-rg:
BENSON. Nathan, -a;, 8832 s w. 16th
St. Riverside.
GORDON, Albert S.. 7:>. of N.M.B.
Rlvenride. Interment Mt Nebo.
GORMAN. Israel, 86, 1::4 Pennsyl-
vania Ave., M.H Blasberg.
katzer. Ooldle, 74, of M.B. River-
side.
KUSHINS. Hurry 8., 7!', !>4!>!> Collins
Ave.. Burfslde. Blasberg.
schreiber, Louis, 74. 3045 Calais
Dr., M.B. Riverside.
ANKER. Mas. 83, 141" Ocean Dr.
Riverside.
DEUTSCH. Harry. s?. 3801 Collins
Ave Riverside.
DICKERMAN, Charles, jus (i, .an Dr.
New man.
FRIEDLAND, Jacob. 81, of Bal Har-
bour island. Riverside.
HANDELMAN. Harry. 75, 42 Collins
Ave. Riverside.
kampel. Rebeo r, 80, of N.M.B.
Riverside
LATNER, Irving, si. 1430 Pennsyl- \
vanls Ave, Riverside, Interment Mt.
Nebo.
WOLFE. William I... S2. I7lti Meridian :
Ave. Riverside.
zoblER. Saul C, 68, of X.M.H. Riv-
erside, Interment Mt. Sinai.
bittelman, Pauline, 7:i. 16650 w
Dixie Hu\. Riverside. Interment
Mt. Sinai.
FEINER. Israel. 88, ".:." !'lh St., M.B.
Riverside
HARRIS. Malvin. 74, of Miami River-
side. Interment Mt Nebo.
newman. Morris B., 73, inn Uncoln
Rd., M.B. Blasberg.
REUBEN. Ruth C. 4". 1633 l.eiiox
Ave., M.B. Riverside.
sheinfielo. Lillian, 72. of M.B
Riverside. Interment Star of David. '
weinstein. Meyer, 71. 6585 Collins
Ave., M.B, Blasberg.
WEISSMAN, Jack, 78. >80 Meridian
Ave., M.B. Blasberg.
SANDERS. Frieda, 74. 70S Pennsyl-
vania Ave.. M.B. Gordon.
SOGG. Jack, 7-;. S801 B. Ocean Dr.,
M.B. Newman.
STEIGER. Jacob, so. S6U B.W. IB4th
St. ienilon.
WEINSTEIN, Leopold. Of M.H. River-
side. Interment .\lt. Blnal.
ALTARAC, Hajim. 66, 719 X. K. B8rd
st Riverside. Interment Mt. Sinai.
COPPEL. Mary l.auton R. 80, :'.!"'!
N.W. 6th si Gordon
GLIKSMAN. Ilymnn, 83. 2859 Leonard
Dr. I.evltt.
SINGER. Wallace t.Wallyi of M.B.
Levitt.
STERN. Solomon, of M I! Riverside.
WEINSTEIN, Martin. 54, 8107 8.W. |
"2nd Ave. Riverside.
chudnow. Thomas, 86. -'-i Narth
shore Dr. Blasberg
CRAMER. Nell, 36. If'l X.K S"lih
St Gordon.
FEINGOLD. Mae, 3835 xi-: tOIM
Ter. Riverside.
LEVY, Harry. 76, 1R" Bay In- River
side
LOUPUS. Dorothy K 60, 6341 S W
78th st Gordon Inti-intenC Star of-
David.
nadel, id.i Edith, Li. of M.B PJter-
side.
pearlbuRG, Fanny, 334 Surfslda
Blvd. Riverside,
PURWIN, Irving, of M>0. Riverside .
ferstenberg. Isaac, 71, 7945 Bast
Dr.. X BftV Village. Riverside.
HAZELCORN. Samuel c.. 7". 866 West
Ave.. MR. Riverside
PERLBERG. Fanny. ,i,. of Surfsidc
Riverside.
RAINFORTH. Edith. 7H. of Coral
Gables. Riverside.
ROSS, C. David. 70, of M.B. River-
side
DUBIN. [Ethel, 75, formerly of M B
Levitt.
GARS, Robert I:, 88, oi M.B River-
side.
GEISSON, Jacob, 1100 Weal Ave.,
MR Blasberg.
HERZOG. Louis, 79, 260 N.B, 174th
Bt. N.M B. Blasberg.
herlands. Ruth Brand, of Bal Har-
bour Riverside
HEYMAN, Frederick, !250 West Ave.
M.B. Riverside. Interment Mt,
Blnal.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
SI X SI I INK CARPET SERVICE at
1380 X.E. 156th Street, North Miami
Reach. Fl. intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
GO DOFF. EDO PUPO
JOEL KOHRISH
Attorney for applicant
2836 Oak Avenue
Coconut Grove. Fl. 88123
13/31 1/7-14-21'
EMANUEL GORDON 1946
HARRY GORDON-1964
IKE GORDON
JAMES B. GORDON
l^Jordon j~uncral ome
Reform Conservative Orthodox
CALL 373-5533
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
72-525
PETITION FOB
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
DOXAI.D L IJXDSEY.
husband
A X D
STELLA M. I.IXDSKV.
wife
TO: DOXAI.D I.. I.IXDSEY
St. Louis, Missouri
You. DONALD L I.IXDSKV. are
hereby notified that a Petition for
Dissolution of Marriage has been
Died against you, and you are re-
quired to serve a ropy of your An-
swer or Pleading to the Petition on
Hi. Plaintiffs attorney, MATTHEW
firsSEN. ESQ., 130 North Blscayne
Boulevard. Suite (806, Miami. Flor-
ida 33183 and file the. original An-
swer or Pleading in the office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court on or he-
fore the 16th day of February, 1971
if you fall to do so. Judgment by de-
fault will be taken against you for
the relief demanded in the Petition.
This nolle,, shall he published onee
eaeh week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAX
DtiXE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 11 th day of January
A.D. IB7I.
K. B. 1 EATHHRMAX, Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida
By: c. P. COPBI.AND
D.outv Clerk
(CiitoriT coritT seai >
MATTHEW 01SSEN. ESQ.
120 North Blscayne Boulevard,
Suite 2S"f.
Miami. Florida 33132
Attorney for Plaintiff
1 14-11-28 -2 I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 72-613
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO QUIET TITLE
M. AM.EXE LEWIS.
Plaintiff,
vs.
ANNA PCRDON. THE ESTATE
OF Thomas Bl'OENE PPHDOXf.
WALTER L ITRDiiM, AXXA
MARIE PCRDOM, DORIS JCNE
KELLY. JOSEPHINE FRED
I.AWBON, THE ESTATE OF SEE
F. LITTLE. NANCY MIXSOX.
MRS. FRED (PATSY) RIXE,
MR. WALLACE I.ITTI.It MRS
BITS P.El.I.A OARPARACTN'O,.
MARY PTTRDOM BBYMOFR,
XAXCV WII.LARD PIRDo.M
HEARD, and any known or unknown
parly who may claim as survivor,
heir, devisee, grantee, assignee,
lienor. creditor, trustee, or any
other claimant by. through, under
or against any or the afore-
mentioned defendants, and all
parties having or claiming to anv
right, title or Interest in the
following described propcrtv. situate
lying and being in Dade County,
Florida, to-wlt: Lot |i. less the
South S4 feet ami less the North
7..1 feet. |i|ni-k 44. Idlewlld Park,
Plat Hook 3, Page X7. of the Public
Records of Dade County Florida.-
Defendants,
IX THE NAME OF THE
STATE OF El.( iRIDA:
TO TIf E DEFEX 11A XTS :
AXXA PIIIDOM. THE ESTATE OF
Till.MAS RPOENE ITRIMLM, WAT-
TRR L PTTRDOM. AXXA MARIE
PT'RDOM, DORIS JPNE KEL1 V
JOSEPHINE FRED LAWSON THE
ESTATE OF SEE P. I ITTI.E. XAX-
CV Ml'NSON. .MRS. FRED (PATSY)
RIXE, MR. WALLACE I.ITTI R
MRS SEE DEI I A OARFARAC1NO,
MARY PT'RDOM SEYMOl'R NANCY
WII.LARD Pl'RDOM BEARD, if alive.
or if dead to bis or her unknown heirs.
devisees, legatees, or grantees ana nil
other persons or panics claiming hj
through or under or against them;
And to all:
All parlies or persons having or
claiming any right, title or Interest In
and to the following deserlbed prop.
iriy. situated In Dade County Florida:
I Ol 9, less (he South S4 feel ;,ml
less the North 7.5 feet, I hereof
for street, In Block 14. of II 'I E-
Wll.D lake, according to the
rial Hi. I. ..f. r......nieii in Plai
BoSk 2, al Page 87 of the Publ
Reienls of Dade County. Florida
You. and each of you. arc notified
thai a sail |o quiet title In the nhnvi
described property has been filed
against you and you are required tn
serve a copy of your answer to the
romnlainl on plalittlfra nttornev
lERNARn i. .TAFFE, I" West Pine-
ir Street, Rulte 430, Mlanjl, Florida
83130, and fib- the original in the of-
fice of the Clerk of the Circuit Court,
on or before February is. i:7j. other-
wise the allegations of I lie complaint
will in- taken as cdafest ed
This notice shall be published .......
each week for four Mi consecutive
weeks in the Jewish Flnrtdlan; dated
ibis 11 day of January, 1972,
E. i: Li: \'ii H :i: man
Clerk, Circuit Court
Dad.- c'oimtv. Florida
By: c P COPEl WD
i iepulj Clerk
l 11-21-28 2 l
ItCAl NOTKE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 72-58
(FRANK B. DOWLINGI
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
REBECCA HELI.ERMAN
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified nnd re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of REBECCA HELLER-
MAN deceased late. of. Dude County,
Florida to the County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same In duplicate
and as provided in Section 738.16,
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 :,th
day of Jan.. A.D. 1972.
ZEV W. KOOA.X
ELI HEI.1.ERMAX
As Co-Executors
First publication of this notice on
the 14th day of January. 1 !>7^_
CAIDIN, ROTHEXRKKC. KOOAN &
KORNBLTJM
by: Zev W. Kogan
Attorney for Zev W. Kogan *
Ell Hellerman. Co-Exeoutors
630 Lincoln Rd.. Miami Beach, Pis
1/14.81-38 : 4
LEGAL MOTKE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious nume of
KEITH TODD REALTY HOLDING
CORPORATION at 3063 N.W. 17th
Street Miami. Florida intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dude County.
Florida.
LEE RITTER.
President
DAVID M. OONSIIAK
Attorney for Applicant
14!"7 N.W. 7th Street
Miami. Florida
1/14-21-28 2/4
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIOAIN PROBATE
No. 71-5519
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
BAMUBL WEIXEK
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against S..id
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
qulred to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the .state of SA.Mt'EI. WEIXKR de-
ceased late of Dade County. Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same In duollcate and
as provided in Section 783.16, Flor-
ida Slalutes. in their offices in the
County Courthouse in Dade County,
Florida, within six calendar nionth-
from the time of the first publica-
tion hereof, or the same will be
barred,
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 82nd
day of December. A.D. 1671.
ADEI E RABINOWITZ
DOROTHY I/AZAR
As Kxecutrices
First publication of this notice on
the :isi day of Dec. 1671.
SPARBER, ZEMEL. ROSKIX
AND HE1I.BRONNRR
PROFESSION" A I. ASSOCIATION
Attorneys for Rxecutrloes
i"a North Blscayne Blvd.
Miami, Fla. 33132
12/31 I 7-14 '1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 715367
NOTICE OF PROBATE
In RE: Estate'of
fi.Ore.vci.:iei;ei.
Deceased,
TH-E STATE OF FLORIOA:
T((AI,Ut'KllSO\S INTERESTED
IX THE ESTATE OF SAID
OICCEttENT i
Viiu.. ;ire- ber.-by 'notified'. that a
IVI-titBlT Innrurnciil purporting |o be-
lli* lat will' and ti-.-iatneiit of said
decedeM has b.-ett lulmiltc.l tn pr<-
bate. In aid Court' Tou uvv her<-\r>"
uommitudedv. within shi cub-ndst?
months front the date of the first
publloation of this notice to appear in
said Court and show cause, if miy
you can. why the action of said Court
In admitting said will to probate
should not stand unrevoked.
FRANK B DoWLIXi!
< 'ountv Judgc
By: MEI.BA c DICK
Clerk
DANIEL A. KAVANAUOH, E8Q
ISO s v.. 2nd Avenue
Miami. Florida 33131
379-3463
Al torncv---ati'l
NELSON & FELDMAX. ESQS.
I !3.'. Kane i '..ncourse
.Miami Beach, Fla. 38164
S6S-S716
First publication of ibis notice on
tin- 31sl day of December, 1871.
R' 31 l 7-14-31
PRELIMINARY CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY
THE AUTHORITY OF
THE STATE OF FLORIDA
TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRES-
ENTS SHALL COME liREETINCiS:
Whereas, GEORGE J. shamas.
Miami. Florida: WILLIAM DAVIS,
opa l-ocka. Florida; and ROBERT
SHEA, Coral Cables, Florida did on
the 4th day of February. A.D. I!'"i4
cause to be incorporated under the
laws of the Stale of Florida SEBAS-
TIAN INLET REALTY, INC. a cor-
poration, with its principal place of
business al Miami. Dade County In
the State of Florida, and whereas such
corporal ion did on the S9th day of
December, A.D IfTl, cause to be
filed in the office of the Department
of State of the Slate of Florida, the
documentary authority required un-
der Section 608.37, Florida Statutes.
showing the dissolution of such cor-
poration.
Now. therefore, the Secretary of
State do.s hereby certify to the fore-
going and that he is satisfied that
the requirements of the law have been
complied with.
IN WITNESS WHERE-
< >F I have hereunto set
my hand and have af-
fixed the Great Seal of
the State of Florida, at
Tallahassee, the Capital.
this the '.':'ih day of De-
camber, A.D. 1871.
RICHARD (DICK) STONE
Secretary of state
1/14771
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY QIYEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of REGIMENTAL IMPORTS at 4.700
N.W. 136th street, Opa Looks, Fin.
intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
GREENLAND STUDIOS, INC.
by: Manuel Greenwald, Prea,
_________________ 1/14-31-38 I 4
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of GRAN REALTY MfrSUI W. Flag.-
ler, St., Miami. Fla. intend to register
said name with the Clerk pT the.
circuit Court of Dade Cnuntv, Kkir-
idu.
MAIHO .1 RODRIOfJHE -
' SERGIO VIDAL
MREKNK and l.AYXE. P A
Atlwiieys for Rodriguez and- VI, la I
::M X.K. lSih St.
Miami. Fla.' 33333
1. 14-31-28 i ,
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-5313
(Judge Primm)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE Estate of
HARRY M n 'HAELS
I i.e. ascd
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
Vou are hereb} notified and re
quired lo presi nl any claim-- ami de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of HARRY MICHAEL8
deceased late of Dade County, Flor-
kta, to the County Judges of Dad.
County, and file tin iam< in dunli-
cati ami as provided in Section 1
16, Florida Statutes, In theit offices In
the County Courthouse In Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within six calendar months
from the time of the first publication
lo reof, or the same will be barred
Daled at Miami. Florida, this gth
day of January, A.D 1973,
BELLE It. .MICHAELS
Ai Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the Mill day of January 1872
II.\l!i ill) .1. COHEN
Attorney for Executrix
(761 Coral Way. Miami, Fla 831 18
1/14-31-28 J 4
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE TS HEREItV GIVEN Jbat
the mulct signed, desiring to urigagc
in business under the fioiitldus name
oi DRSIONS rxt.l.UITED a- Si SO
Mary Street. Coconut drove, Fhit in-
tend to Ettginter said name with- .the
t.loi-k or th,. Circuit Court o.f Dude
f ounty, Florida.
JOE Si'TTI i.X
JAMES CASHION
JOEL RABRISH
Attorney for applicants
2826 Oak Avenue
Coconut drove, Fla
_______________l 14-21-28 i 4
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIOA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO 72-422
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
AXXA 8I-ABY
and
JOHN SI.ABY
T< i li IHN SI.AP.V
2224 Jackson Bl reel
Lorraine, I Ihlo 44062
YOl' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
Hial an action f..r Dissolution ol Mar-
riage has been filed against vou nnd
you are requln d to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any to it
"ii OI'ILLBRMO SOSTCHIN "attor-
ney for Petitioner, whose address Is
i"i N.W. 12th Avenue, Miami. Fla
""' fil" n......Iglnal with the clerk
"f th,- above styled conn on or he-
ion- February is. 1972: otherwls. ..
default will be entered against you
for iin- r.ii,-r demanded In the com-
plaint or petition
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weekn
in THE JEWISH Fl I IR1DIAN
\\ ITXESS nn hand and the seal
01 said court at Miami. Florida on
ibis 7th .lay of January 1672
E R LEATHERMAX,
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
Bj C P i'iiIM'"1 \XD
As Denuty Clerk
ii ll!i I IT corirr SE \l i
OI'II I ERMO SOSTCHIX E8Q
i"i N.W. 12th Avenue
Miami. Florida
Attorney for Petitioner
1 14-11-28 2 1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the Undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of HOWARD I BUCK, M.D. at 47".
Blltmore Way. Coral Gables, Fla in
lends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida
HOWARD .I. RECK. Ml)., PA.
SAME 111, STEEN
Attorney tor applicant
Dupont Plaza Center
Miami. Fla
1 14-21-28 I 4

NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
bu-iness Under the fictitious name of
A-l INVESTMENTS at 14S1 N.W 7ili
St.. Miami. Fla. intend to registet
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Curt of Dade County. Florida
DAVID OATEMAN
Q D. YANKS
JOEL ROBRISI1
Attorney for applicants
3886 Oak Avenue
i 'oi-..nut Grove, Fla 33133
It, L'4-31 1 7-14
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage iii
business under the fictitious name ol
'.' CRTTI8E8 AND TRAVEL at 9'.'4
Blscayne Itouh-vard, Miami. Florida
intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
VAL-TT-TRAVHL, fxc.
MICHAEL P CHASE
Attorney for Val-T'-Travel, Inc.
li..... SW Third Avenue
Miami, Florida 83129
18 ::l 1 7-14-21



Friday, January 14, 1972
..-
+Jewisti thrKttnn
Page 15-B
Graduate Students To Train For I Happenings. .
<-
Community Organization Careers
(Continued from Page 1-B)
history, philosophy and the so-
ciology of the contemporary Jew-
ish community.
As part of the program, the
Community Organization Depart-
ment at Wurzweiler will develop
in cooperation with the staff of
Jewish Federation an enrichment
program of in-srrvicc training for
all levels of the Federation staff,
to include Jewish background
courses, a knowledge of the social
welfare scene, and administrative
skills.
Another aspect of the program.
Jewish Orientation and Training
Seminars, now sponsored by Fed-
eration and the National Jewish
Welfare Board and supervised by
the Board of Jewish Education,
will l>e assumed by Wurzweiler.
The seminars provide in-service
training to the volunteers and
stafi of Federation agencies.
In 19ii9. Federation created the
Wiener Center, named for the
late philanthropist in whose mem-
ory the initial grant establishing
the unit was made. Its purpose has
been to provide an educational ex-
perience which would help de-
velop executive personnel and en-
able them to acquire the neces-
sary knowledge and skills in the
functions of a federated philan-
thropy, which, through affiliated
agencies, offers and supports a
wide range of services to the Jew-
ish community.
The Center's director since its
inception has been Graenum Ber-
ber, Federation's consultant on
Community Centers and a former
Temple Adath Yeshurun, 1025 NE Miami Gardens Dr., is
. having a "Las Vegas Party" Saturday, starting at 8 p.m.
': Las Vegas "bunnies" participating will include from left,
i (standing) Mrs. Jerry Gomer, Mrs. Herbert Chernov and
Mrs. Eli Pollack; (kneeling) Mrs. Richard Zadanoff, Mrs. Gil-
bert Winton and Mrs. Norman Zuckerman.
.
Myron A. Berezin. executive director of the YM-YWHA of
Greater Miami, and his wife, Jean, will head the YMHA
tour to Israel, scheduled to leave Miami Feb. 3, and return
Feb. 17. Along with an experienced Israeli guide, Mr. and
Mrs. Berezin will personally conduct the two-week deluxe
tour highlighted by visits to all points of interest, meetings
with prominent Israeli leaders and a reception with Miami-
j ans living in Israel at the Jerusalem 'Y.' Cost from Miami
is all inclusive, including air transportation, deluxe hotels,
| two meals a day, trips, sightseeing and departure tax. For
idditional information and reservations call Miriam Schein-
at the 'Y.'
member of several academic facul-
ties. He will continue to admin-
ister the field work program for
students referred by Wurzweiler.
Mr. Berger said that seven stu-
dents have been trained by the
Federation Center since 1969.
The Wiener Center's advisory
committee, chaired by Robert M.
Arias, and consisting of promi-
nent lay and professional leaders
in the Greater New York Jewish
community, will also be closely
related to the new Department at
Wurzweiler.
The Jewish Federation is the
largest local sectarian philan-
thropy in the world, with 130 af-
filiated medical, educational, so-
cial service and recreational agen-
cies. Founded in 1917, Federation
today provides over 95rI of the
Jewish-sponsored health, educa-
tional and welfare services in
Metropolitan New York, and
serves more than 1.5 million per-
sons annually.
Wurzweiler School of Social
Work, the first university-based
graduate social work program un-
der Jewish auspices, was estab-
lished in 1937 and renamed in
19t>2 to honor the benefaction of
the Gustav Wurzweiler Founda-
tion. Programs in social group
work and casework lead to mas-
ter's and doctoral degrees.
Wurzweiler School of Serial
Work, at 55 Fifth Ave., Manhattan,
is an integral division of Yeshiva
University, America's oldest and
largest university under Jewish
auspices, now in its 8fith year.
Yi-shiva University's main cen-
ter is in Manhattan's Washington
Heights; it has three other major
Centers in Manhattan and the
Bronx.
Rabbi Max Shapiro To Be
Pioneer Women's Guest
A Pioneer Women Club 2 din-
ner will be held Sunday at 6:30
p.m. in the Royal Hungarian Res-
taurant, 731 Washington Ave.,
with Rabbi Max Shapiro as a spe-
cial guest
Aviva Chapter will hold a reg-
ular meeting Wednesday at 12:30
p.m. in the Washington Federal
Auditorium, 633 NE 167th St.
Slides depicting life in Israel will
be shown.
Dr. Weiner Is CCC Speaker
Dr. Gershon Weiner. professor of
Jewish literature at the American
College in Jerusalem, will be the
must speaker at Temple Beth
Sholom's weekly Coffee, Culture
and Conversation program Sunday
at 10:30 a.m., according to James
s. Knopke, chairman. The author
of a bo; Fathers of Israel,'' he will speak
on the theme 'The New Jew and
The Old Continuity or Revolu-
tion."
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO. 72648
NOTICE OF SUIT FOR
COMPLAINT FOR ANNULMENT
L-L'CIA Il'CCIOliIXO,
Plaint iff
vs.
CARLOS KI.HKKTO
rOCCtOLlNO,
Defendant.
TO: CARLOS KIJ1ERTO
lUCCIOLTNO
6939 FULTON AVENUE-
APT. NO. 3
NORTH HOLLYWOOD,
CALIFORNIA
YOU, CARIX1S ELBERTO 11T-
CIOLINO. are hereby notified that a
Complaint for Annulment has been
filed atcainxt you, and you are re-
quired to serve a ropy of your An-
swer or Pleading to said Complaint
for Annulment on the Plaintiff's at-
torney, Ronald L. Davis, Esq., PA.
417 liiwayne Building. 19 W. Klagler
Street. Miami, Florida 33130Phone
S79-2M1, and file the original An-
swer or Pleading in the office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court on or be-
fore the K day of Feb., lfi"2. If you
fail to do so. judgment by default Will
be taken against you for the relief
demanded hi the Complaint for An-
nulment.
THIS NOTICE shall be published
Once each week for four (4) consecu-
tive weeks In THE JBWI8H FLOR-
IDIAN.
HiiVK AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 12 day of Jan. 1972.
i: 1!. U-.ATHKRMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By: It If. KIKSEE
(Circuit Court Seal)
Deputy Clerk
1/14-21-28 2/4
Barry College will present
The National Players in Wil-
liam Shakespeare's comedy,
"The Taming of The Shrew,"
in modern dress, in the college
auditorium Saturday, Jan. 22,
1972. at 8:15 p.m. The Nation-
al Players, in their 22nd con-
secutive season, is the longest
running national, classical, tour-
ing repertory company in the
United States and is on the road
every year from October to
May, presenting works by
Shakespeare, Shaw, Sophocles,
Aristophanes and Moliere, plus
newer authors.
ft ft ft
A new program called "Clas-
sics South" Views and Inter-
views with Judy Drueker, is
being aired on WTMI FM,
93.1, every Sunday at 7:00 p.m.
Mrs. Drueker will interview ar-
tistic greats such as Yehudi
Menuhin, Beverly SIlLs, Richard
Tucker, Robert Merrill and
Daniel BarenlMJim. on future
programs.
ft ft ft
The American Federation of
Senior Citizens, Inc., Miami
Beach Chapter, was to meet at
the Financial Federal Savings
BJld I.oan Assn., 755 Washing-
ton Ave., at 7:00 p.m. Thursday.
Entertainment will be provided
by "The Great T." a magician;
soprano Sylvia Handler will also
entertain, according to David
Tatib, President
ft ft ft
Dr. < hurles F. Tate. of the
University of Miami School of
Medicine, one of the nation-
outstanding leaders in the anti-
smoking fight, was to be honoi -
j ed by the Inter-Agency Council
on Smoking and Health at an
appreciation luncheon in the
Everglades Hotel Thursday. The
Council includes the American
Cancer Society, the Heart As-
sociation, TB and RD Associa-
tion, Dade County Medical As-
sociation. Health Department.
Pharmaceutical Association, and
the Last Coast Dental Society.
ft ft
Flagler Federal Savings and
Loan Association has opened il s
fifth office in the Hollywoot
Fashion Center, U.S. 441 anl
Hollywood Boulevard in Holly-
wood. Robert J. Kemper ha3
been named branch manager by
the Board of Directors.
Sisterhood Book Review
The Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood
of Beth Torah Congregation is
sponsoring a book review an'i
luncheon in the temple's social
hall Wednesday noon. Sophie
Primak, official book reviewer foe
the Miami Beach Public Librai
will summarize the Marie Syrkitl
' book "Golda Meir."
ANNOUNCING
THE RETURN OF THE DOCTOR'S HOUSE CALL
For many years now it has been difficult or im-
possible to get a doctor to make a house call in
the evening hours and on weekends and holi-
days. We all became annowed with the medical
profession yet let us understand the reasons.
A doctor is able to increase his productivity by
not making the house call house calls are
time consuming. However, when we have a child
with a high temperatures, or a sick relative, we
tend to overlook the many valid reasons our
doctor has for refusing to go out at night.
We have the solution!
We have today inaugurated in Dade County a
doctors' house call service. We have a radio con-
trolled van equipped to handle most emergencies.
This van will have a doctor aboard and it should
never be more than a half-hour from any call,
since it will be in the streets constantly. There
is no longer the necessity to take a sick child
with a high temperature, or a sick relative, to
the nearest emergency room and waif.
If you require medical assistance between the
hours of 6 P.M. and 6 A.M. daily, all weekends
and holidays, call 667-2736. A doctor will be
available.
The fee for this call is $20.
DOCTORS SERVICES, INC.
5825 Sunset Drive
South Miami, Fla.


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Friday. January 14. 1972
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REGULAR DRIP
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I CANS
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49'
49
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Libby's Fruit Nectar........3
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Tomato Sauce..................4
SAVE 6c PROGRESSO
Tomato Sauce.................3
SAVE 5c PROGRESSO 2g Qz __
Italian Style Tomatoes can 44
BONUS SPECIAL! SAVE 5C
FYNE TASTE
PEACHES
YELLOW CLING SLICED HALVES
Yellow Cling Peaches o cans 13
DIET DEUGHT HALVES _
Bartlett Pears 2 2169c
SAVE 9c HALVES % 16 OZ Aftc
Diet Delight Apricots......Z cansDS
SAVE 5c DIET DELIGHT $-
Fruit Cocktail..................3 cans 1
BONUS SPECIAL! SAVE8-FOOD FAIR
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Kraft American Singles.....! 89
SAVE 4c FOOD FAIR OR BORDENS
Sliced Swiss Cheese.........pkg.' 49
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SUPERMARKETS
FEATURES EFFECTIVE
THRU SUNDAY, JAN. 16
AT ALL FOOD FAIR AND FREDERICH'S STORES
EXCLUDING FOOD FAIR KOSHER MARKETS
GARDEN FRESH SALAD
SLICING
TOMATOES
23
Red Bliss Potatoes.............bag 39c
TOP QUALITY LUSCIOUS
D'Anjou Pears.................2 lbs. 49c
BOX
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TOP QUALITY
TOP QUALITY INDIAN RIVER
Seedless Grapefruit 5 for 49*
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All IUNCM MEATS k CMtCM SUCID TO YOUR OROIR.
ROAST BEEF
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Salami or Bologna..............lb 59
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California Roast 39
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Fryer Roasting Chickens 39c
GA. FLA.-GRADE A-FRESH ICED <*
Fryer Breasts with ribs............lb 69
GA. FLA -GRADE 'A' FRESH ICED
Whole Legs & Thighs
GA. FLA. GRADE 'A' FRESH ICED
Drumsticks...............................lb
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AMERICAN .
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FRANKS OR KNOCKS
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QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
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Herring Snacks..................jar2, 89c
IMPORTED DANISH
Smoked Salami..................chub 99c
SAVE 16c HORMEL
Polish Kielbasi !? 79e
ASSORTED FLAVORS HORN & HARDART ,__,
Pa rf ait Gelatins !S? 49c
POTATO-COLE SLAW-MACARONI
Horn ft Hardart Salads 7 39c
mm
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