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

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 45 Number 3
Miami, Florida Friday, January 21, 1972
Two Sections Price 20 c
Delegates Hold Pre-Congress Caucuses
JERUSALEM (JTA) Ho-
tels here were filled as the last
of the 350 overseas and 200 Is-
raeli delegates arrived for the
28th Worki Zionist Congress.
Noticable among the arriving
delegates was the large num-
ber of relatively young people.
The variouH party factions
held their caucuses prior to the
opening session and the number
of controversial issues raised in-
dicated that the Congress will be
a lively one.
The Labor Zionists, which with
their overseas adherents and
Israeli delegates is by far the
largest faction, ended a pre-
Congress meeting in Tel Aviv
with a decision to stress the
"spiritual social and physical
absorption" of Russian Jewish
No Nuclear Arms In
U.S.-Israel Aid Pact
WASHINGTON (JTA) An
agreement between the United
States and Israel that will help
Israel become self-sufficient in
the production of certain weap-
ons, does not involve nuclear
weapons, State Department
spokesman Charles Bray said in
reply to questions at Monday's
news briefing.
The agreement, entered into
last fall but made public only
last week, calls for a limited
transfer of American technolog-
ical data and production know-
how that will enable Israel to
produce for itself certain U.S.
designed defense material. Ask-
ed if it included nuclear tech-
nology, Bray said, "That is out
I of the question."
Mr. Bray disclosed that the
State Department has not made
any written protest to Soviet
authorities over the expulsion
from Russia last week of Rep.
James EL Ssheuer D-N.Y., who
was accused of encouraging So-
viet Jews to go to Israel.
He said the State Depart-
Halevi To Present
Exchange Proposal
As Knesset Motion
TEL AVIV (JTA) A pro-
pi. sal lo exchange Arab terror-
ists far Syrian Jews held vir-
tual captives in that country
may soon be brought up in the
I Knesset, it has been learned.
The proposal was made at a
symposium on Syrian Jews dis-
cussing their plight and ways
to rescue them. According to
Dov Barnea, one of the partici-
pants, this was a realistic bar-
gaining point which the Arabs
might accept.
Dr. Benjamin Halevi, a Gahal
MK and member of the Knesset
Foreign Affairs Committee, said
he would present the proposal in
the form of a motion at the next
meeting of the committee.
Another proposal was made
that the Syrian authorities be
informed' that persons held re-
sponsible for torturing impris-
oned Jews would be brought to
Israel to face trial "like Adolf
Eiehmann," the Gestapo official
in charge of the mass deporta-
tion of Jews during World War
II, who was kidnapped in Ar-
gentina by Israeli agents in I960
and tried and executed as a war
criminal in Israel the following
year.
ment would seek an opportun-
ity to discuss the incident with
Rep. Scheuer when he returns
to the United States and might
consider further steps after talk-
ing to other Congressmen who
accompanied Scheuer on a study
tour of Soviet educational insti-
tutions.
One of the other legislators,
Karl F. Landgrebe R-Ind., a
Lutheran whose son is a minis-
ter, was accused, by Soviet au-
thorities of passing out Biblical
tracts in the Russian language
to Soviet citizens. But he was
not expelled from the U.S.S.R.
Under a $54.4 million credit
agreement signed last week, Is-
rael will be able to purchase
American agricultural commodi-
ties. The credit grant is for 20
years at an interest rate of 2%
for the first two years and 3%
annually thereafter. The com-
modities involved are feed grain,
wheat, edible oils and tobacco.
emigres. That emphasis is in-
tended to meet complaints by
some immigrants from the
U.S.S.R. notably those from
the Soviet Georgian Republic
that their social and religious
needs arc being neglected.
The Labor Zionists will also
propose that Jewish groups af-
filiated with a political party
be admitted to the World Zion-
ist Organization provided that
they accept the "Jerusalem Pro-
gram" credo which holds that
Israel is central to Jewish life
all over the world.
The Labor Zionists are likely
to run into a bitter political
fight with their proposal to abol-
ish the American section of the
Jewish Agency Executive and
transact all business therafter
through the Jerusalem Execu-
tive.
Another bitter floor battle is
ex-pet-ted to develop from the de-
;i':ur's by the nationalistic He-
rut faction for a resolution ad-
vocating Israel's present cease-
fire lines as Israel's permanent
boundaries.
Herut also wants to condemn
Dr. Nahum Goldmann, presi-
dent of the World Jewish Con-
gress, for his remarks in London
last month. To some Zionists,
including an apparent majority
of the Executive in Jerusalem,
this is rank heresy.
But Dr. Goldmann has won

.
I Finance Minister Cables
Salute To Bond Leaders
JERUSALEM (JTA)Finance Minister Pinhas Sapir this
week cabled his congratulations to Israel Bond organization
leaders in New York after they announced that the organization
had sold $251,476,000 of Israel Bonds in 1971.
In a cable addressed to Sam Rothberg, general chairman of
the Israel Bond Organization and Leo Bernstein, executive vice
president, Sapir wrote: "At a time when citizens of Israel are
shouldering burdens unprecedented in the annals of any other
small nation, your share in helping to meet challenges which
face us on every hand should be a great source of satisfaction to
you all The historic opportunity granted our generation in
unfreezing the gates of the Soviet Union must not be wasted de-
spite our heavy security obligations," the cable said.
.... .
News Briefs
Nixon Lauds Role Of NCJW
WASHINGTON (WNS) In a White House
proclamation issued in connection with the na-
tional observance of National Council of Jewish
Women Week,, President Nixon has hailed the
contributions of the NCJW to humanity. He sent
telegrams to an area NCJW meeting here and
to a luncheon meeting of the NCJW executive
committee in New York City, citing the group's
"dedicated participation in civic affairs and vol-
unteer community services" for nearly 80 vcars.
Terrorists Held For Questioning
TEL AVIV (JTA) Fifteen suspected ter-
rorists were arrested for questioning in the Gaza
Strip Monday following an ambush attack on a
private car which an American nurse was killed
and an American Baptist minister and his daugh-
ter were wounded. The car was peppered with
machinegun bullets near the Jabaliya refugee
camp. Police said it was apparently mistaken in
dusk for a military vehicle. A widespread man-
hunt was launched by Israeli authorities for the
attackers.
Power Failure Causes Blackout
TEL AVIV (JTA) A sudden power failure
Friday night plunged most of Israel into darkness
for nearly four hours, causing traffic jams on
highways where signal lights were put out of
action. The failure was attributed to a break-
down at the Tel Aviv central power station, one
of the country's main electric generating plants.
The blackout extended from Safad in the north
to Eilat in the south. An overload knocked out
power stations in Haifa, Jerusalem, Ashdod and
Beersheba.
Israeli Embassy Phones Tapped
BUFFALO (WNS) Robert N. Wall, a for-
mer FBI agent who revealed that he tapped the
phonos of the Israel Embassy in Washington dur-
ing the Six-Day War, said he had learned noth-
ing of interest. In an article which will appear
in the Jan. 27 issue of the New York Review of
Books, Mr. Wall revealed that he was ordered
to study Hebrew because "the Israelis were try-
ing lo get American atomic secrets for their
desalination projects." Embassy spokesman re-
fused to comment on Wall's revelations.
Billion Budget Submitted
JERUSALEM (JTA) Finance Minister
Pinhas Sapir has submitted a $4 billion budget
for fiscal 1972 which he hopes will be anti-
inflationary to the Cabinet. The budget is some
$714 million less than the original draft based on
the requests of all ministries and government
departments. It represents a series of compro-
mises worked out by Sapir with other ministries,
notably defense, but the Ministry of Education
still demands a budget in excess of what Sapir
is prepared to allow.
Danish Jews, Israelis Mourn King
COPENHAGEN (JTA) Danish Jews joined
their fellow citizens in deep mourning last week-
end for King Frederik IX, who died Friday night
at the age of 72. Chief Rabbi Bent Melchoir eulo-
gized the late king who, like his father Christian
X, who died in 1947. was a sincere friend of the
Jewish people. Israeli Ambassador Moshe Leshem
\ i book. The Israeli flag was flown at half mast
over the Embassy.
considerable support abroad, not
for his views, but because his
treatment by the WZO Execu-
tive which withdrew an invita-
tion to address a festive session
of the Congress dealing with 73
years of Zionist history.
Louis Pincus, chairman of the
WZO Executive, told a press
conference that the Congress
will deal less with the failures
of the past and more with prac-
tical activity to make Zionism
attractive to those 25-40 year-
old, whom he described as the
continuity generation to the lead-
ership ranks of the Zionist
movement.
& "ft
Moscow Attacks
Zionist Congress
JERUSALEM (JTA The
28th World Zionist Congress
w'hich opened here this week
was attacked in Moscow as a
gathering "motivated by anti-
Sovietism and anti-Communism."
A press release issued in the
Soviet capital reported that a
special meeting of "public and
political fugures of many na-
tionalities" had convened to "ex-
press their indignation and pro-
test against the forthcoming pro-
vocative congress of Zionists in
Jerusalem."
"We angrily reject the malici-
ous fabrications about our coun-
try," a statement i=sued at the
meeting said. "We protest
against provocations and slander,
against Zionist attemots to de-
cide the destinies of Soviet citi-
zens and push them into a be-
trayal of their motherland," it
contiued.
The statement, which describ-
ed the organizers of the Zionist
Congress as "the chauvinist Jew-
ish bourgeoisie." said that "it
pursues the same strategic aim
as inspired it in the past to
make Israel into the citadel of
International Zionist reaction
and to .'raw the Jewish people
into the struggle against the
friendship of peoples and the
policy of peace and progress."
Dayan Says Prospects
Are Better Than Ever
JERUSALEM f.TTA) De-
fense Minister Moshe Dayan
last weekend declared in a tele-
vision interview that prospects
are now good for negotiations
with Fjrvpt and that Israel,
which is in a position of strength,
should be rea^v to make com-
promises. He attrib'ited the im-
proved climate for talks to the
fact that President Anwar Sa-
dat of Egypt knows he cannot
move Israel by threats of war
or by pressure from the United
States.
Gen. Dayan noted that Israel's
superior strength has deterred
the Egyptian leader from mak-
ing war an^ that Sadat recog-
nizes that Israel's presence on
the Suez Canal, i's defenses in
depth in the Sinai and its air
power would doom any Egyptian
attempt to cross the waterway,
As a consequence, he said, chan-
ces for negotiations are better
now than in the past.
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Friday, January 21, 1)72
Judge Shapiro Selected As
Torch Of Learning Laureate
The annual National Leadership
Conference oi the American
Friends of the Hebrew Univcrslt>
"wi;i be helj
i ling in
chaii man.
in Miami Beach, ac-
Abraham Wechsler,
The Conference, which will be
attei ded i>\ leadership from all
owr the United State-, will cul-
minate in a March 5 dinner in
honor <>i the Torch of Learning
Award Laureates at the Fontalne-
bleau Hotel.
"We are pleased to announce
thai our National Executive Com-
mitti i has selected as Hip Torah of
Learning Laureate for the South-
. ash rn Region, Judge Herbert S.
Shapiro," said Mr. Wechsler.
"Judge Shapiro has devoted over
40 years of service to the Hebrew
University "i Jerusalem and has
earned with distinction the coveted
award ol the Torch of Learning."
Judge Shapiro i- currently iresl-
Berrl of Temple Emanu-El of Mi-
ami Beach, chairman of the wills
and bequests committee of Hebrew
University, and lias a long and
distinguished career as an attornej
and community leader for a vari-
nizations. Judge Sha-
r-piro, a past president of the Amer-
i< an Frier I- ol the Hebrew Uni-
\ i>, ;,. Southeastern Region, is
curr ntlj its honorary president.
Other Torch of learning Laur-
eates an- Aii.m Bronfman of Mon-
treal, Canada; Martin Hechl of]
St. Louis, Mo., Mrs. Rose Klorfein
of N v.: Rubin Potoff of Hartford,
Com,., and Jerome A. Weinberger
of Cleveland, Ohio.
Man} distinguished national and
international personalities and
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WDGt HERBERT SHAPIRO
leaders are expected for the gala
occasion on March 5. including
Bernard Cherrick, vice president of
Hebrew University, who will be
one oi the speakers.
Hebrew University, the oldest
institution of its kind in the world.
ha- an enrollmenl ol 18,000 stu-
dents, of which 2,000 come from
the United States. Offering de-
grees in many various fields, it
lists among its faculties the S:nools
i| Medicine. Dentistry. Pharmacy,
Law and Agriculture and areas in
the applied and social sciences, so-
cial work and psychology. Exten-
sive research in cancer, immunol-
ogy and other areas is presently
under way in its laboratories.
Brotherhood Sponsor
Of Dinner-Show Series
The Brotherhood of Temple Is-
rael is sponsoring its annual din-
ner-show series Tuesday through
Thursday, Feb. 22-24, at the tem-
ple. An all-star cast will be fea-
tured in three performances of
"Accent on Youth," received rave
reviews when it was presented on
Broadway.
Tlie "champagne premiere," on
opening night will be a black tie
event, including a full course din-
ner. Dinner is also Included in the
price of the tickets to the second
and third performances. Seating
is limited, and tickets will he sold
on a first-come, first-served basis.
Additional information may be
obtained by contacting Barry D.
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Farband-Labor Zionist CJA-IEF
Event Scheduled Sunday, Feb. 13
The Farband Labor Zionist I Zionist CJA-IEF chairman.
Movement will hold its seventh
annual Greater Miami Conference
Luncheon and Concert on behalf
of the 1972 Combined Jewish Ap-
peal-Israel Emergency Fund cam-
paign Sunday, Feb. 13, at the Al-
ters Hotel, according ton an an- i Jewish Federation,
nounccment made by Joseph P. ( Honary chairmen for the
Zucl.erman, Farband Labor event are Morris Honigbaum,
NtW HEBREW ACADEMY BUILDING
A s[>ecial committee has been
.".ppointed to promote a record
attendance of at least 500 per-
sons. Reservations can be made
by contacting the individual com-
mittee members or Sender Kaplan
I al the offices of the Greater Miami
Miami Philharmonic Signs
For 'Dedication Concert'
Ai'thur Fiedler, the man who Shaw and Oscar Schapiro.
le "pops" a byword in the mn- i The drive for $1 million to build
business, will conduct the Mi- I and equip the new building has
Philharmonic April 13 in a j produced more than half of the
icat ion concert for the Greater : necessary funds, with the public
mi Hebrew Academy's new phase of the drive now curtailed
ior and senior high school build- j to grant top priority to the 1972
The benefit performance will I CJA-IEF campaign of the Greater
be. li'H in the Miami Uencli \udi-
' toriu :.. according to an announce-
mem '. Miami Beach attorney
Irvii. I-"ii-t-:. piT-i ii'iii u!' tiv 1 ir-
brew Academy.
TTV Miami Philharmonic's en-1
I tire on l-tea will perform, with a
promnvnt -oloisi id i),. added to!
the program, according to Mr.
Flrtei and Rabbi Alexander S. I
Gross. A mli ,ny principal. Jack
Donn< ..>-;-ian' p.incipal for
Engli>ii -i|idies, will coordinate tne
dedlcaiMn cuiiciTi.
The program' will hi ;hli ;hl a
week ni il.'fiii.-itjen ceremonies tor
the r.i .'. Julius j. lio-cn Junior
.High ami Wcishaus Senior High
building row under const ruction
across I'jnc Tree Drive from the
main campus at 24th Terrace.
Ir. Eirtel said the engagement
I Mr. Fiedler and of the Miami
llharmonic "continues a new
thrust of the Hebrew Academy
into the cultural world of the total
community. Our sponsorship of
Cin-ricralla as staged by the Opera
Guild last week was further evi-
dence of growing interest by Acad-
emy parents, faculty, students and
supporters in the performing arts."
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plans for the concert are leaders
of the fund-raising campaign for
the new building, headed by Louis
Merwitzer, general chairman, and
associate chairmen Herman L.
Miami Jewish Federation. The He-
brew Academy is a beneficiary
agency of thi Federation.
A dedication dinner April 16 will
climax the week of activities of
which the concert will be a high-
light. Mr. Firtel said.
Bernard Gingold and Jack Filosof.
Serving as honorary vice chairmen
are Menasha Feldstein, Israel i
Finkel, Maurice Forer, Saul!
Friend, Samuel Galfond, Joseph
Reminlck, Sol Rosenberg, Oscar'
Shapiro, Dr. Bernard Schumer, |
Morris Tamres and Dr. Simon
Wilensky.
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and Hannah Ye s n c r, recording
secretaries, and Leon Rettig,
Sender Wolson and Morris Hoff-
man, financial secretaries.
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cludes Sam Berke, Joseph Bril-
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to determine the errors which need to he rectified, and to plan
carefully for implementation involving parents, teachers, and the
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proper funding so that all children, black and white, can receive
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Friday, January 21, 1972
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'"Jewish Floridlian
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Total Immigration Among Issues
The absence of Nahum Goldmann from the platform
of the World Zionist Congress session devoted to the 75th
anniversary of the Zionist movement is significant beyond
the persoiial affront to the stormy leader of the World Jew-
ish Congress. The decision to rescind an earlier invitation
to Dr. Goldmann to deliver the main address raises a
number of questions other than whether or not he erred in
urging equal religious and cultural rights for Soviet Jewry
in their native land at the same time that the battle for
their right to emigrate is taking place on all fronts.
One issue is whether the Zionist Executive body is to
wield its power in such a way as to insist upon absolute
conformity so that "democracy" within the Zionist move-
ment means only agreement with the top leadership, for
this appears to be implicit in the action against Dr. Gold-
mann. If so, the young people who have been won over
to Zionism in recent years are going to be heard from and
in no uncertain terms.
Fcr American Jews, and those in Russia and other
lands, there are serious implications in the fact that Atyeh
Pincus, chairman of the Jewish Agency Executive, favors
giving up the fight for the rights of Jews in '.he Soviet
Union who are not seeking to leave." The struggle for
aliyah must be given first priority," Mr. Pincus has de-
clared. By extension and, in the minds of some, by action,
this philosophy can be applied to all Jews who do not wish
to make aliyah and thus represent a serious departure
from the classic Zionist position the world over. We hope
the 28th Congress will clear the air on this most vital matter.
A Better, More Effective Method
There isn't much sensational publicity over the plan
to place a 712-unit low-income housing project in a heavily
Jewish-populated section of tha Rockaways in New York
and for a good reason The community leadership there
decided that "quiet diplomacy" rather than picket lines and
threats as in a similar situation in nearby Forest Hills
could accomplish the desired results more effectively.
From all leports. city officials are cooperating in providing
the additional social services necessary for the absorption
of the newcomers before they move into the middle-income
neighborhood.
Direct action, as in the case of the school boycott in
protest against the Dade school board's latest busing pro-
posal, often serves a good purpose but it is usually only
of short duration. Quiet diplomacy, consultation, dialogue
and a recognition that open housing is not only legal but a
moral obligation on the part of ell of us would seem to be
better methods.
Newcomers to the area may buy homes wherever they
please today well, nearly wherever but it wasn't too
many years ago that Jewish agencies and individuals in
the Greater Miami area were in the courts fighting for that
American right, and not always with success. It has been
said that those who have learned nothing from history are
fated to repeat it.
Public Protest No Surprise
It is not surprising that public protest in England
forced the cancellation of a scheduled banquet and rally
in honor of Menahem Begin. Today the leader of the right-
wing Herut party in Israel. Begin led the underground
Irgun in attacks against the British during Israel's war of
liberation belore statehood wes achieved. For many in
Tains! crtrcr world |MM]BtN i*4*sems o heroic underground
fighter for freedom but to the British he will always be a
terrorist whose actions cost many lives. That he is not a
welcome visitor is no surprise.
MATTER OF FACT
by JOSEPH AISOP
WASHINGTON Symboli-
cally, President Nixon has or-
dered nearly $500 million to be
added to the defense budget for
new starts on strategic weap-
ons systems. It is a significant
decision in a time of dreadful
budgetary stringency when most
other government programs are
being painfully cut.
IT MIST BE added, however.

that the President's decision ap-
pears no more than symbolic if
you carefully explore the trend
of the worldwide strategic bal-
ance as this reporter has been
doing. It reminds you, in fact,
of the mini-rearmament that
Stanley Baldwin sponsored in
Britain in the mid-1930s. when
the intelligence concerning
Adolf Hitler's growing power be-
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ever. In the 1930s, all the time
factors were vastly more favor-
able to the underdog than they
are today. Today if the power
balance is permitted to tilt too
far in an unfavorable direction,
this is highly likely to produce a
situation which cannot possibly
be repaired by "quick fixes" or
mere naked courage.
FURTHERMORE, if you make
a careful inquiry, you end by
asking yourself whether this
country is not taking really hair-
raising risks of irreparable
strategic inferiority. The ques-
tion forces itself upon you for
three reasons.
First, there Is the far greater
urgency and seriousness pervad-
the whole vast Soviet weap-
ons program. That is adequately
indicated by the much higher
Soviet expenditures on research
and development, now far above
U.S. expenditures, as shown in
a previous report in this space.
SECOND, there is the simple
fact that in several cardinally
important categories of actual
weapons, the Soviets have also
drawn far ahead of the United
States. By doubling their ways
for then- nuclear submarines,
for instance, they are now pro-
ducing far more subs of their
Yankee class every year than
we can possibly produce of our
Polaris-Poseidon subs.
In absolute terms, the Sovii ts
should be ahead of us in this
category of former American
monopoly in only a couple of
years. They are already well
ahead of us. moreover, with their
(Continued on Page 1S-A)
COMMENT
I lived through an era when
guilt by association a< a po-
tent weapon. The accident of
finding oneself in the same camp
with George Wallace must make
many of our militant anti-bus-
ing parents uncomfortable, it
not racists. Henry Jackson can't
be happy with Meir ECahane urs-
ine people to vote for him.
whether he repudiates the vio-
lence-prone rabbi or not.
We should not fall into the
McCarthy trap.
xor mist we givs too much
emphasis to the fact that many
of the parents who kept their
children borne recently from
test Insl the
first school board busing
are th> people who instated
- ross the teach-
ines several ;
xpressed their horror
; action which would de-
their children of even a
it school
Ha. Ellen Iforphon-
nte attorney for
knitted crim
lence on the grounds he a i
"good" militant 'Angela 1
and A'. Fetherstone are bad"
one is reinforced again
with the hnovdedgje that vaster
day's is today's law and
a: '.< asl as one judge sees
it.
I AM not unsympathetic to this
ambivalence. Integration of the
has not been easy and
m .'. rot be, and one cannot dis-
.- white fears easily with only
J and moral weapons.
9 Q some of the tough Jews
I home town beat up Bund
.*>s during the Hitler period
BM -ay that I shed no civil
libertarian tear?. So pushing the
Soviet equivalent around can't
be all bad.
It is equally difficult to be
judgmental about the Jews in-
volved in the school protest. One
of the leading ladies is a mem-
ber of my congregation and I
have, without going deeply into
the record, always handily label-
ed her a liberal.
ANOTHER member I know
better we have argued a good
deal about issues is surely a
rvative to most standards
and she is a bulwark against the
protestors. It may be her nor-
mal reaction to militancy, but
she also reveals an understand-
ing of what really is at stake
hero that some of my once*
liberal mouthing acquaintances
don't seem to grasp. So much for
once-- .
Obviously, this is a national
and not a Jewish problem. The
fact that the most recent
frontations have involved us in
the headlines sizes
how much our fate is tied to the
iter society in which we are
only a small minority, but also
part of the white majority.
THAT many ol us seem to
have opted to maintain present
policies may be unconscious We
ally ourselves with those who
QSt the enc-
ment of low and moderate
housing into middle-class :
borhooe's. At the same time we
join in resisting busing while as-
serting our belief in integrated
schools but only on a neigh-
borhood basis One only has to
sit in on a zoning board hearing
to recognize the peciousness of
this stance.
The larger view which was ex-
pressed well. I believe, in the
by EDWARD COHEN
report of the National Advisory
Commission on Civil Disorders
I in its chapter on 'The Future
of the Cities" > is that if we con-
tinue our present policies we
make permanent the division of
our country into two societies.
One would be largely Negro
and poor, located in the central
cities Tiie other, predominantly
white and affluent, located in
the suburbs and outlying areas.
UNLESS there is recognition
that apartheid is on the horizon
and in the hearts and minds of
many whites, if not on their
lips, then many of us are doing
the very children we say we are
protecting a great disservice. IT
U they who will be living, as one
of those neglected reports have
told us. in armed camps, fearful
of their lives and property.
No American, white or bl
can escape the consequent -
the continuing social and
nomic decay of our cities a
the continuing neglect of I
problem by our political lea I
THERE are no easy soUr
and it seems unfair to say "
Jews alone that if the}
agree to be part of the sbhrti
they must accept the onus
being part of the problem Tti
choice, as some residents in F -
eat Hills viewed it in a r
article in "The VHUxje Voi I "
is between the Torah and the
torch, between social Just
violence.
It is in this day a lonely cfa
for there are not many jjf^
still believe in the concept"
people chosen for a mission of
bringing all peoples of the earth
intc a common brotherhood on
Judaisms terms of God. Torah.
Justice and Peace.


Friday, January 21, 1972
fJenisfi fhricfiatn
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Ambassador Doron Guest At
Technion Society Conclave
..*"" (.ambassador to the, Bernstein of Chicago and Miami
United Nations, Jacob Doron, and Beach.
the Surgeon-General of the United Mrs! David Garbelnick, a mem-
| ber of the national board of di-
rectors of the American Technion
Society, will be chairman of the
arrangements committee with the
Mesdames Meyer Brilliant, Sey-
mour Lichtenfeld and Milton Sir-
kin serving as cochairmen. The
conference will also have the co-
operation of the Canadian Tech-
nion Society whose president D.
Lou Harris, is a member of the
planning committee.
Several symposiums are planned
during the conference, among
them a symposium on biomedical
AMBASSADOR JACOB DOROX
State? Dr. Jesse Steinfeld, will be
guest speakers at the premier na-
tional conference of the American
Technion Society, to be held at
the Americana Hotel in Bal Har-
bour Feb. 4-6, it has been an-
nounced.
Tibor Hollo, noted city planner
and builder, whose Venetian Plaza
concept is expected to be a tre-
mendous business boost to the
Miami area, has been named chair-
man of the conference; 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 Lehrman. Goodwin
Salkoff, Judge Herbert Shapiro,
Milton Sirkin, Sidney Weintraub
and Meyer A. Baskin as associate
chairmen.
Former Vice President of the
United States. Sen. Hubert H.
Humphrey, will be the principal
speaker at the conference's clos-
ing luncheon on Sunday.
Ambassador Doron, a native of
St. Peter-burg, went to Palestine
in 1933 and studied law at the
Government Law School in Jeru-
salem. Fir 20 years he practiced
law in Haifa arJ. was an active
member of the Hasanah and served
in the Israel Defense Forces with
the rank of major.
In 1959, Ambassador Doron join-
ed the Israel Ministry for Foreign
Affairs and has served as consul
genera', and then ambassador in
many countries the world over. He
has been ambassador and deputy
representative of Israel to the
United Nations since April, 1971.
The conference will serve to
bring together Society members
from all over the country. The
delegates will meet Laurence A.
Tisch. newly elected national presi-
dent, conduct workshops, plan for
the forthcoming Technion jubilee
i year in 1974, and confer the first
National Service Award of the
Society upon Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Orientation Session To Be
Led By Dr. Elliott Cohen
Dr. Elliott Cohen will lead an
|rientatlon session for new mem-
Ml on Re-Entry and Drug Pre-
ition at the Re-Entry's Auxili-
ary program meeting, Tuesday at
P.m. in St. John's on the Lake
lethodist Church, 4760 Pine Tree
f''-, Miami Beach. A rap session
rill foilu^
[Weekly "encounters" will be
by the staff of "Operation Re-
try" including Warren Klein.
MrraiH director; Jerry Kiiedman,
mor drug abuse counselor; Bob
Ippertone, drug abuse counsellor
[Facility 1; Joe Maccarrone, sen-
ding abase counselor and Mike
'; er, drug abuse counselor of
Icihty 2.
engineering held by the Technion's
Abba Khoushy College of Medicine
in conjunction with the University
of Miami's College of Medicine, a
symposium for the medical and
paramedical professions, and a
Feb. 6 arts festival to be sponsored
by the women's divisions of the
Technion at the Balmoral Hotel
which 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. It has over 5,501 un-
der-iraduate and 2.500 SX8Au*
students from all over the world.
U-MStudents To Attend
Soviet Jewry Conference
^.Two ttJMEP& of Miami ;,ur
dents will be among the 200 par-
ticipants in a Jan. 23-25 national
conference for Campus Action on
Soviet Jewry at the University of
Maryland, College Park, Md.
Earl Berman and Fredda Mark-
ovits, both active at the Hillel
Jewish Student Center, will tak<>
part in the meetings being con-
vened by the B'nai B'rith Hillel
Foundations and the Student
Struggle for Soviet Jewry to af-
ford students an opportunity to re-
view political developments in the
freedom struggle of Russian Jews,
and to discuss the means for more
creative and effective programming
on their behalf.
Leading Sovietologists and cam-
pus,activists will examine the
Jewish resistance movement in
the U.S.S.R., evaluate the tactics
of the American Jewish commun-
ity's protest and educational cam-
paign, and lead practical work-
shops on programming and pro-
gram resources. The agenda will
also include meetings with con-
sressmen and senators to discuss
Soviet Jewry.
Mr. Berman, a junior at the
University of Miami, is the chair-
man of the Hillel Jewish Student
Tenter leadership committee. He
and Miss Markovits, a sophomore,
have been actively involved with
Soviet Jewry activities both on and
off campus.
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in Savings
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Friday, January 21. 1972
Alex S. Gordon
Award Recipient
Metropolitan Dado bounty fom-'scTiool's' Cellter for (Vimfiial Ju-
iiss:oni-r Alex 5. Gordon received
t Centennial Award from Boston
ALEX S. GORDON
Unh -:;> s -hool of Law at a din-
her held by the school's Florida
jnlumni this <<)< al the Fontaine-
bleau Hotel. The award was pre-
sented by Paul M. Siskind, dean
of the law school, which i< cele-'
brating its 100th anniversary this
>< in.
Among those attending the din-
ict from Boston were Charles M.
Goldman, chairman of the conton- j
nisi committee; Mrs. Anno Snider j
Margolis, chairman of the national!
women's committee; Prof. Shel-j
tioc, and Mrs. Siskind.
Mr. Gordon graduated in 1933
from Boston University's College
of Business Administration, and
received his degree from the
School of Law in 193G. After six
y< an service with the FBI he en-
tered the practice of law in Miami,
where he is a member of the firm j
of O'Connor. Gordon and Breuel.
Elected to the board of County
Commissioners in 1958. Mr. Gordon
has twice served as chairman. He
also has served as vice mayor of
Metropolitan Dado County, as mu-
nicipal Judge In Miami Shores an.1
a- president of the Miami Beach
Bar Ass tciation. An honorary life
member of the Florida Parent'
Teachers Association, he lias been
a ader In a number of civic activi-
ties.
Thirteen students from Florida
are among the 1.162 students now
enrolled at the School of Law. The
freshman class of 321 was selected
from ap| roximately 6.030 appli-
cants.
One of the oldest law schools in
the nation. BU's School of Law
starte classes In 1872. three years
after the university was chartered.
In conjunction with its centennial
celebration, the school has launch-
ed a S3 million campaign for edu-
cational development.
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Yivo Forum Meeting Set
A meeting of the Yivo Forum
was to be held at 8:30 p.m. Thurs-
day in Temple Beth Sholom, 4144
Chase Ave. Morris Honigbaum.
president, will introduce educatot
Israel Steinbaum. guest speaker,
whose topic will he "Who Is A
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Judge Installs
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The 100 Club of Dade County's
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Circuit Judge Milton A. Fried-
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Sol Frankel. president of Persh-
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Triday, January 21, 1972
*Je*isti Hciridiaitf
Page 7-A
Anna Brenner Meyers Named
For Human Relations Award




i
Anna Brenner Meyers, who re-
cently ended an 18-year career as:
a member of the Dade County
School Board, has been named for
Leonard L. Abcss Human Rela-
tions Award. William M. Alper,
chairman of the Florida Regional
Board of the Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith has an-
nounced.
The Award is given annually
to publicly recognize efforts made
towards furthering the goal of
better human relations and con-
tributing substantially to the
vcll-bcinj; of the citizens of the
state <>f Florida.
"Through this award to Mrs.
Meyers we are recognizing her
ri markable career in public serv-
ice, which has been highlighted
by a progressive and compassion-
ate view of public education and
vigorous opposition to bigotry and
discrimination," Mr. Alper said.
"As a pioneer advocate of the
junior college system for our area,
as one of the organizers of
Miami's public television station,
and through her outs|>oken con-
cern for the disadvantaged among
us. Mrs. Meyers has exhibitted
an exemplary quality of leader-
ship from which we all have bene-
pted-r i k >
The presentation-f" the Award
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to Mrs. Meyers will be made at
a luncheon at the Dupont Plaza
Hotel in Miami on Sundav. Feb.
27. The award ceremony will high-
light the annual meeting of ADL's
Florida Regional Board.
The Abets Award carries with
it a $1,000 research grant in the
field of human relations, contri-
Ibuted by Miami philanthropist
Leonard L. Abcss. in honor of
the recipient of the Award. The
i recipient of last year's award was
Dr. M. Robert Alien, Dean of the
Division of Continuing Education
of the University of Miami.
Among the past recipients of
(he award arc Rev. ("anon Theo-
lore I'.. Gibson; Mayor Carl T.
I l.angtord. Orlando; The Miami
Mews; M. Athalie Range, Commis-
sioner, City of Miami; Sen. Harry
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teenagers of the community Sat-
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According to organizers Rorpi
Miller and Elite Goldblcxun, the
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marily folk music with a little
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Local performers Heidi Lenser
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Friday, January 21, 197J
YMHA Opens Satellite Program
At Kenwood Elementary School
ll.r YM-YWIIA <>r OrMtBT Ml-
nini u new offering 11 varied aohad
cImhoh for tht ri.Miniiiiu.s' ngf
child at Kenwood Blamantary
Bohool, B300 BW TOfh Aw, on
^MOdByi iiimI Wi'ilnrsiliiys.
'I'h.' cImmon Include nils and
craft*, modern Interpretive dance,
puppetry, lively 5'i Ifbr five-year-
oiiNi auparviaad field aporta, bat
ketball, loftbaU, "Plneuahton
Workahop," "My Pair Lady"
ohann oourae, playground aotlvi*
tlea, oonveraatlonal Bpanlah, bowl*
Inu, oil pulntlnt:. ilniinn. folk tlaiur-
Iiik anil axial danoe (Cotillion),
All elaaaei and program! are
Hiurfcii by trained tocla) workera,
health and physical educators, cul*
tural nris ipeclallita, recreational
peciallata and pre achool experti
oi the YMiia For further Infor
matlon and to register for claaaae,
Call June Ki-UhI at the V '
rt
>"r
Ion anil chairman of water safety
lor the American lied Cross, who
received his Master's dagree in
education from the University of
Miami, and his M.S. dagree from
Florida Slate University.
Reglatratlon is open until Feb.
I; the COWM l.s o|Mn to hoth
YMII A memliers and non-memhers. |
For further Information and to I
regtater call Vivian Packer at the
Central 'Y.'
6 tV -h
Dade County Oommlasioner Har-
vey I. Uelsman will discuss the
problem! of public transportation
n.s it oonccrni the senior cltlaen at
the Qolden Ae Frlendahlp Chih
meeting Sunday, at 1:10 pm. in
the Central Y.'
Tar
ft
Roberl silver, director of Health
ami Phyalaa! Bduaatton Uwttaa the
general public to gat in ahape at
the Central YMHA, KNX> S\V ; .
st 1 Us dapartmenl is offering a
wide i.'iiii'.r ol program!, lm'liuUiii;
womens tstinli (begtrtnera and ln-
termiiiiaiei. adull coed fennii (he*
glnnan and Intermediate'), chfl-
drvna tatinla, junior high tennis,
cheerleading, women's danccclie,
Women*! yoga, elf defense i,\x-d
s 19 yaara) ind,1 iox-,1 Junior high
and adult* trampoline i>-.x\i be
glnners anil Intermediate) boya'
tinii-v. clink gradea i << To icgl*
ter or obtain Information, call Bob
Sllvrr at the Y '
o- \v- A
Tueaday nlshl ha been deeta
\-.\:,,\ >.. Movie Nile ;>l the YM11 V
and .-i mlxml bag '" flhni for the
dttcrtmlitattrui vlc\wr h;s been
'si
I n :it s IS ra In
ih,- 1; i," Kej Room ol the
YMHA < row <> III 1 rhi'
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v'lv i\ Wt* 1
th, rt* v
lurm i" k .'. the Scenaa
will be vhow .. .1, ^ nre
n.'-.-.v-i'-.s! rVb s and ihe fk 1
Cl*rw>r. film* V. '.'" al th,- ShOW
.*! Baa) sr.wt' Fab IS
^ -ft
- now taking place
at the V\l \U!!\ .-, nu "'.v.- ol
rlaaa* In > l IVrsdaya
p?SQ am 13 Iraaana Spar
Mondays SO a U 1os>\mv<.
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kwa; u;iJ>e'.-'.,-'> \\ v. >.U\s
. ran cias>v^ ;> a an and
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I r*n
Th,- YM-YVVHA of dealer Mi-
ami will hold a "Haskethall .1am-
boraa" Sumlay at is;to pm, In
the Miami Hcuch Convention Hall,
nu- ymhAs "Senior Biddy Has-
keiiiaii Taama" bava bean Invited
to play .1 Jamlnnxv Tournament
pri^^slinn the New York Nets vs.
Plortdlani gama, i)thr basketball
Ichivls of the *Y" will gtve a basket*
ball demonstration during the half
time.
Jack Katsroan, prealdenl of the
YMHA will accept an award for
developing basketball skills and
iportamanshlp on bahalt ol the
\ MI1A.
Bui transportation is available
from the Central Y': call Bob
Silver, physical education director
n'- ? ^*-
1< 14 1,
Dr Merry Halve, child psychol-
ogist, will teach you ho to
lock the doors of communication"
between you and your child
Wednesday at 7:45 p.m. according
to Helen Weinstock, KCD super-
visor at the 'Y.' Parents of chil-
dren in the Y's nursery and k'*-
dergartan will Ik1 the hosts for the
evening.
a a &
A panel of American women
Composed Of all ethnic groups will
share their feelings alxiut their
culture and experiences as mem-
bers of different ethnic groujw at
the Central \" Thursday, Jan. 27,
at 8:15 p.m.
Following the panel discussion
there will he questions and an-
iweri (ram the audience. The pro-
gram is open to the public at no
charge.
For further information call Mi-
riam Scheinberg at the "Y."
Lodge Officers To Be Elected Jan. 31
Samuel Pascoe, chairman of the
nominating committee of B'nai
B'rith Miami Beach Lodge 1591,
has announced the nomination of
its officers for the new year. Elec-
tion will take place at the next
meeting of the lodge, Monday,
Jan. 31, in the 100 Lincoln Rd.
Clubroom.
The slute chosen by the commit-
tee includes Moe Reiffen, presi-
dent; Sidney Rockwell, president-
elect; Nat Friedman. Joseph H.
Cohen and David Robinson, vice
presidents; William Agranove,
Jack August and Irving Schenker,
honorary vice presidents; Jack
Kahn, recording secretary; Phil
Cantor, financial secretary; Nat
Sachs, corresponding secretary;
Irving Schatzman, treasurer; Law-
rence Shuman, monitor; Harry R.
Aycrhach, assistant monitor ; Ger-
ald Schwartz, guardian; Morris
Schneider, assistant guardian;
Adolph Lang, warden; Steve Kess-
ler, assistant warden; Dr. Abraham
Wolfson will again serve as his-
torian and newscaster, Gershon
Miller as luncheon club chairman.
Nominated as honorary trustees
were Jay Dermer, Jack Gordon
Arthur H. Courshon, Abraham
Grunhut, Dr. Irving Lehrman, Bur-
nett Roth, Paul Seiderman and
Jack Fink. Trustees include Law-
rence Shuman, Irving Schatman,
Irving Schenker, Samuel Pascoe,
Isadore Cohen, George Talianoff
and Sidney Rockwell.
Awards Presentation
At Sky Lake Synagogue
Tzemach Yariv, an Israeli singer
who accompanies himself on his
guitar, will present a program of
Israeli, Jewish and American folk
music at the Awards Presenta-
tion Sunday 8 p.m. in Sky Lake
Synagogue.
Rose Feld will receive the Sis-
terhood Woman of the Year
award, Raymond Parsons will re-
ceive the Religious Service award
on this occasion. The presentations
will be made by Mrs. Shirley
Jacobson, president of the Sister-
hood and Alvin Matzer, president
of the congregation.
Jackson Appoints
Fund Campaigners
OcraM Sdva i .- i Mi-
ami Beach based public relai
an advertising firm baa :
nam an I raisin coordinator In
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Yaffa Yarkoni Featured In
'Festival Night In Israel'
Saturday night, Feb. 5 will be i known in this area from our top
a special night at the Miami Beach clubs and national television. Steve
Auditorium featuring the "Festi- is a satirist and story teller, giv-
val Night In Israel," an exciting!
musical revue direct from Tel
Aviv. A project of the Israel His-
tadrut Council of South Florida,
the proceeds will go to the South
Florida Medical Center in Beer-
sheba. Israel.
Produced and directed by Arie
Kaduri, well-known promoter ol
Israeli oriented shows, "Festival
Night in Israel" features Israel's
foremost singing star, Yaffa Yar-
koni, Yacov Dan, an exciting and
dynamic singer; Steve Gaynor,
hilarious humorist and David Les-
ter and his orchestra.
Miss Yarkoni, a Sabra whose
name has become a household
Word in Israel, is considered the
world's top Israeli recording star
and interpreter of her people's
music. She first entertained during
the Israel War of Independence
when she was a member of the
Armed Forces singing and danc-
ing with an army entertainment
group.
Today, with more than 40 long
playing albums: 10 children's al-
bums and over 400 single records
to her credit in Israel alone, Miss
Yarkoni must rank as the world's
most recorded female singing star.
These figures do not include her
current contract with Columbia
Records in the United States.
Yacov Dan. a Sabra of Frcnch-
Morrocan descent, presents an ex-
plosive one-man show. He sings
a zestful blend of the old and
new in song and plays the conlo-
vox.
To provide a comedy lift for
"Festival Night in Israel." the
producer chose Steve Gaynor,
Whose comedic talents are well
YAffA YARKONI
ir.g his performance a different
touch by incorporating his vocal
talents.
Rounding out this exciting even-
Retired Pharmacists' Group
A group of retired pharmacists
has organized the Floridian Jew-
ish Pharmaceutical Society of
America for social, cultural and
i professional purposes. A general
! meeting will be held Tuesday at
I 1:30 p.m. in the Belmar Hotel,
2G25 Collins Avc. Yiddish readings
I and pharmaceutical events in the
I United States and Israel will be
i presented.
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ing of sonp and fun is David
Lester and his orchestra, who has
conducted at the Deauville Hotel
for such stars as Tom' Joritfs, Aliza
Kashi and Sammy Davis Jr.
Tickets for "Festival Night in
Israel" are available at the Audi-
torium Box Office or at the His-
tadrut Office, Suite 214, One Lin-
coln Road Building, Miami Beach.
They may also be ordered by mail.
All scats arc reset ved and dona-
tions are tax deductible.
Democratic Club's
Dinner-Dance Set
The 21st annual dinner dance
and show of the Democratic Club
of Miami Beach will take place
Satturday at the Carillon Hotel,
6801 Collins Ave., with a reception
ut 5:30 p.m. and an installation
of officers at 6:30 p.m., according
to Wally Gluck, executive life
president. The Hon. Fred O. Dick-
inson, Jr., will be the installing
officer.
Plaques will be presented to
community leaders for humanitar-
ian deeds on this occasion. Dinner
will follow at 7:30 p.m. and guests
of the club will see the Carillon
revue and show. For reservations,
call Wally Gluck.
2 Torah Scrolls To Be Dedicated
Two Sifrei Torah Scrolls will be Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Schreiber
in memory of deceased members
of their family. This Torah is a
regular Ashkenazis Scro'l of Euro-
pean origin.
After the scribe completes the
inscription of the last paragraph
of the Scrolls, a special service of
dedication will be conducted by
Rabhi Max A. Lipschitz and Haz-
zan Jacob J. Renzer. The students
who were consecrated at the late
Friday services will also be hon-
ored at this dedication service, re-
ceiving miniature Torah Scrolls.
officially completed and dedicated
at festive ceremonies in the main
sanctuary of Beth Torah Congre-
gation Sunday at 11 a.m.
One Torah, dedicated by Jack
Haber. his mother, Mrs. Adele
Haber, and their family, in mem-
ory of Abe Haber, is a Sephardis
Scro'l. This Torah is placed in an
upright position in a casing which
is approximately 300 years old.
The Haber family is of Sephardis
origin.
Tho other Torah is endowed by
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Hie best way to appreciate our
London Theatre Tour is to
compare it with somebody else's.
Pan Am BOAC TWA
Standard Hotel $481 $481 $483
First Class Hotel $511 $516or$551 $513
Deluxe Hotel $541 $643 $551
Meals Continental Breakfasts English Breakfasts Continental Breakfasts
Holiday Departures No extra charge $20 extra $20 extra
Theatre Tickets 63 chosen by passenger 7 none chosen by passenger 6none chosen by passenger
Day Flight Option Yes No No
Self-Drive Car Yes, 3 days. You pay gas & mileage only. Yes, 3 days. You pay gas & mileage only. No
Party London Pub Tea & Biscuits None
Membership to Private Restaurants & Casinos Yes Yes Yes
Sightseeing Tour Yes No Yes
j ,ii iui unr* t ^iuuj> ucpdi luita sjiity. u
connecting with New York departures.
After comparing the chart above
'you should be convinced the Pan Am. tour
is the one to take. But just in case you're
not, we offer a couple more features the
other tours don't. .
. One is our"Insiders London Guide."
(50 cards telling you where to find just
about everything there is to find in
London, and maps to get you there.)
The other is a choice of seeing
more than just the theatre.
If you want, you can choose from 4
other major dinner and entertainment
features in lieu of 3 theatre tickets.
Or, for a little extra money, you can
choose to leave London altogether and
spend the last 5 days of your vacation in
Paris. Where, in addition to your hotel
and breakfasts, you'll get tickets to the
Opera Comique, sightseeing, a cruise and
more.
Now you should be convinced. So
call Pan Am or your Pan Am travel agent,
for reservations. Or fill out the coupon
below and we'll send you our showtime
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vJewlst ftcrSdtar
Friday, January 21, 1972
:
.
J he f\iivbi ^>f3Citbs J-rom Ulie f^ulpit
.........
' .:. '
.. .
Freedom, then Commitment
"By RABBI MORRIS A.' SKOP
Temple Sholom, Poin|>uno Beach
Jewish people throughout the
world, who fol-
low the weekly
readings of the
Bible are in the
midst of a ser-
ies o f stories
describing the
efforts of Moses
and his brother I
Aaron t o free
their people!
from the yoke!
of the Kgyptian
Pharaoh and !
his taskmasters, '
Itahhi ~.i,(i|,
centuries ago.
"Shlach es ami v'yavdimi" j
... let my people go that they j
may serve me!" is the message of i
the Jewish leaders to Pharaoh. |
Freedom comes first then
commitment to one's God. I
The struggle for freedom re-
ligious, social ami ponTJcaJ has
been continuous throughout world
history. It is basic to the story of
Chanukah and the labors of the
Maccabees. It is at the root of the
Passover Exodus from the slavery
in Egypt; and it is still basic to
the struggle in Viet Nam, Ireland
and in Pakistan in our own time.
The ri.izht to self-determination
and the right to freedom of both
individuals and peoples is funda-
mental to the practice Of demo-
cratic living. It is summed up in
our American ideal of "man is
born with certain inalienable
rights ... to life, liberty and the
pursuit of happiness."
Granted the blessing of freedom
Comes the opportunity to commit i
one's, labors to "serving God"
cioing what is "good" for human-i
Ity. In America, the varying eth-
nic groups have achieved this re-
ligious, social and political free-
dom up to certain limits,
Bui America cannot yet boast
oi being a true democracy. A
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9
CANDLELIGHTING TIME
5 SHEVAT 5:36
9
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I
Jew- cannot yet become a vice
president or a president. The
black man still is far from achiev-
ing his freedom to social equality
and democratic rights. There is
still much to be done to overcome
piejudice, hatred and bigotry. As
the wise Rabbi Tarfon taught,
"You may not complete the
entire task, but do not desist from
trying."
We Americans still have a long
way to go to bring to fruition the
Iream of our founding Fathers to
establish a true democracy where
the rights and freedom of every
man will be protected and every
citizen will be free to work, study
and live wherever he wishes.
This freedom is easy to talk
ibout, but difficult to achieve. It
implies the right to a job without
discrimination, the freedom to
open housing to live wherever one
can afford to live, the end of bus-
ing and the return to neighbor-
hood schools providing the best in
education and facilities for all
citizens free to live in any neigh-
borhood of their choice.
This will require basic changes
in our emotions, overcoming our
traditional prejudices, and commit-
ing evpry American to the demo-
cratic teaching of individual
rights Not only is this good dem-
ocracy but it is also true Judaism.
The plea of Moses relayed to
Pharaoh, "Shlach es ami .
v'yavduni," "Let my people go .
to freedom that they may
serve Me and do what is just
and right to every man." is a les-
son still to be learned and put
Into daily practice.
Luncheon Meeting Planned
By Louis Wise Chapter
The Louise \V i s e Chapter of
American Jewish Congress is plan-
ning a luncheon meeting at 11:45
a.m. Thursday, Jan. 27, in the
A Igiers Hotel. Mrs. Anna K.
White, president, will welcome
members and guests.
The program "Israel in Depth,"
piesented by Eve Leiken, will in-
clude slides she took during her
tour of Israel recently. The public
is invited; reservations arc being
accepted by Mrs. Joseph White
and Binah Barnet, vice president
in charge of program.
By: RABBI SAMUEL JJ. FOX
Why Is it that on the Sabbath
there l an additional prayer
service ad'led to the morning
service, called "Musnf?"
Generally speaking, the prayer
service corresponds to the regular
sacrifice offered in the Temple of
old. Both the sacrifice offered and
the act of prayer had the effect of
''bringing the worshipper close to
the Almighty."
On the Sabbath, an additional
sacrifice was offered in the Tem-
ple besides the lamb which was of-
fered every morning. Thus, an ad-
ditional prayer service is added to
the liturgy on Saturday morning.
Since the Sabbath brings an addi-
lional dimension to the life of the
Jew, he therefore brings an addi-
tional sacrifice and offers an addi-
tional prayer service.
Why is It that the name of
Moses Ls included in the Sab-
bath morning prayer service
while it is not included in the
daily morning prayer service
I Shniouch Kserah Yismach
Moshe) ?
A number of reasons are offered
for this. Some say it is because
the Torah was given to Moses at
Sinai on the Sabbath morning.
Others say that this is done be-
cause of the experience of Moses
in Egypt.
Moses is said to have approached
the Pharaoh asking him to allow
the enslaved Hebrews one day of
rest each week. It turned out that
this lay of rest was the seventh
day the day of the Sabbath
Moses, therefore, rejoiced that he
had nicked this day which became
sanctified by the Almighty as an
eternal day of rest for the Jewish
p.'ople.
This phenomenon of the day of
rest was declared to be "A gift
of God." Some contend that the
Sabbath was thus a day of relief
from the original punishment
given Adam, according to which
man was to work hard consistently
"by the sweat of his brow."
The day of rest on the Sabbath
was thus a gift from the Almighty
through Moses suspending this
sentence at least for one day a
week.
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Brotherhood Sponsors Second Annual Israel Hop' Sunday
Martin J. Steiner. president
Dancing, gourmet supper and
rntertainment will highlight the
waning. Proceeds are earmarked
for the Brotherhood's Israeli and
Camp Scholarship Fund.
The Brotherhood of Temple
Sholom of Miami Beach will con-
duct its second Annual "Israeli
Hop" at the Temple, 4144 Chase
Ave., Sunday, at 8:30 p.m., ac-
cording to an announcement by
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"And the Lord said unto Moses: go in unto Pharaoh: for I
have hardened his heart ." (Chapters 10-13.16)
PLAGUES CONTINUE IN EGYPT: Pharaoh still remained
stubborn and "hard at heart." There followed therefore, he
eighth plague locusts, the ninth plague, thick darkness
throughout Egypt, and finally the tenth plague, when at m :
night Go.l smote all the firstborn of Egypt, men and cat'ie
Pharaoh ar.d his people arose in the night and lamented bitterly
over their dead; they then hastily sent away the Lsraelites who.
having no time to leaven their dough, took it with them in
their kneading troughs.
THE PASSOVER: God told Moses that henceforth the
year would begin with the month of their deliverance. In future,
this festival was to be observed annually as a permanent me-
morial of their deliverance. Unleavened bread only was to be
epden for seven days, the first and seventh day being observed
as days of holy assembly when no work could be done. Mos.-
tiansmitttr. these commands to the Israelites through the elders
and instructed them to remain in their houses until morning. On
seeing the blood on their lintels and doorposts, God would spare
them from the punishment meted out to the Egyptian firstborn.
The sacrifice of the paschal offering was to be observed in
Canaan after the conquest, and its significance explained to
the younger generation.
THE ISRAELITES DEPART: About 603 men began the
march from Rameses to Succoth on the 13th day Of the first
month. Further regulations relating to the Passover included the
command that the paschal offering was to be eaten only by
circumcised persons. The firstborn of clean species among cattle
was to be consecrated to God and sacrificed, and the firstborn
male ebii \ was to be redeemed. The reasons were to be ex-
d to future generations as showing gratitude to God for
>paiing the firstborn of the Israelites. Furthermore, the lessons
of the Exodus were to be preserved "for a sign upon thine hand,
and for a memorial between thine cvv- '


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Host: Rev. Luther C. Pierce
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Topic: "The State of Religion in the Nation '
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Host: Dr. Samuel Jaffe,
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Host: Rabbi Herbert Baumgard, Temple Beth Am
Topic: "Mysticism"
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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 Or. S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. 3
Friday 8:30 p.m. Sermon topic:
"Choaaldic Storiea That I Like Best"
BETH DAVID. 2626 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau.
Cantor William W. Lipeon 4
VYiday 8 p.m. Qajeal speaker Rabbi
Armond Cohen; loplc: "Reflections
on Judaism and Mental Health."
Saturday 9 a.m Rar Mitzvah: Xeal,
wm of Mr. and Mrs. Inml Schacter.
12:3" Sisterhood Kallah luncheon and
lecture by Dr. Armond E. Cohen.
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
don. Rabbi H. Rothman 6
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Leon Segal.
Fridny 8:15 p.m. Topic: "We Are Too
(Comfortable Here!" followed by One*
ShaJibat hosted by Mr. and .Mrs Mor-
ris Keselman in observance of Yahr-
selt of Mrs. Kcselman's mother, Min-
nie Engler Saturday 8:4.', a_m. "f!o
1'Dto The Encmyl" 4:4.1 p.m. "Por-
tion of l-enr." 5:15 p.m. 'The En-
fmy's Response."
BETH TOV (Temple). S438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Cantor Seymour
Hinkes 8
JYiday 8:15 p.m. (Juwt sneaker Mr.
Jra niilt, C.P.A.; topic: "Taxes and
You"
ISRAEL (Templet OF GREATER
Miami. 137 NC 19th Street. Reform.
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. 10
Friday 8:15 p.m. Ralibi Sanford Sha-
pero, truest speaker: message: "The
Human Predicament."
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Cantor Nathan
Parnass. 11
OR OLOM (Temple) 8755 SW 16th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph
Glixman. 13
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conaervative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein. 14
Friday 8:1.1 p.m. Sermon: "Is Per-
sonality Determined Entirely By
Heredity And Environment?"
ZION (Temple) 8000 Miller Rd. Con-
aervative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro.
16
Friday 8:30 p.m. Sermon topic: "Vio-
lence. Protest and Dissent." Satur-
day 9 a.m.
HIAiEAH
TIFERETH JACOB (Temple). 951 E.
4th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Na-
than Zotondek. is
Friday 8:15 p.m. Topic: "Man Should
He Thankful For All He Possesses."
Saturday 9:30 a.m.
HORTH MIAMI
T H MOSHE CONGREGATION
13600 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
Rabbi Joseph Gerfiakel, Cantor Ben
Zion Kirsehenbautn. 85
MIAMI BEACH
AGUDATH ISRAEL, 7801 Carlyle Ave.
Orthodox. 17
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Berel Wol.j. 18
BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Ribbi thnsryihu T. 8wir.
eky. Canter Maurice Mamehee. 18
BETH RAPHAEL (Temple). 1545
Jefferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh. 20
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BETH SHOLOM ( Temple). 4144
Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kronish. Cantur David Conviser. 21
Friday 8:16 p.m. Topic: "Young In
Search Of Cod." Saturday 10:45 a.m.
Sunday 10:30 a.m. Coffee. Culture
and Conversation. Guest speaker Mrs.
Naomi Levlnc Topic: "The Jewish
Poor."
BETH TFILAH 935 Euclid Ave. Or.
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-
ky. 22
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TION, 843 Meridian Avenue. 22-A
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Dow Rozencwaig. 23
EMANU-EL (Temple). 1701 Washing-
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler. 24
Friday 8:30 p.m. Guest preacher.
Rabl Stanley HiiiRler, will preach on
' \\ i Ale Curious Jewish." Saturdav
!> a.m Itabbl Harry Jolt will preach
on "The Weekly Portion of the Bible "
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HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Plnetree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Grosa 28
CONG. AN-NELL (Brancn of He-
brew Academy). 7th St. and Merld-
Ian Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham
Ben-HiHel. 25-A
JACOB C COHEN~ COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington
Ave. Orthodox. Rsbbi Tlbor H.
Stern. Cantor Meyer En gel. 26
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfleld
Cantor Abraham Self. 27
MF.NORAH (Temple). 620 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Nlco Feldman. 28
Friday 8:15 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m Bar
Mitzvah: Isaac, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Abraham Alller.
NER TAmiu (lempie). 80th St. aeif
Tatum Waterway. Conservative.
Rabbi Eugene LabovlU. Cantor Ed-
ward Klein. 29
OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bonita Dr.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber-
man. 30
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SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 6*5
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 Bey 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 Sohub. 83
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell Berg-
er. Cantor Mordecai Vardainl 41
SURFSIDE
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGAT ON.
9293 Harding Ave., Surfside. Town
. Hall Orthodox. Rabbi Itaao D. vm.
60
FT. UUDERDAlf
BETH ISRAEL (Temple). 547 E OS"'
land Park Blvd. Rabbi Akiva Bril-
liant. Cantor Maurice Neu. 41
BETH TORAH. NE 164th St. at 11th
Ave. Conaervative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Jacob Renzer. 84
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St.
Conservative. Rabbi Charles Rubel.
Cantor Jack Lerner. 38
SINAI (Temple) of NORTH DADI
18801 NE 22nd Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Ralph P. Kingsley. Cantor Irving
Shulkes. 87
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 18151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E.
Caplan. 38
Friday 5:3" p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Ser-
mon: "Righting; A Wroug"
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER
MIAMI. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Naftali Porueh. 39
Friday 8:30 p.m. Guest speaker. Rabbi
Moshe Qreeoel, principal of Yeshlva
Day School. Saturday 9 a.m. Bar .Mitz-
vah: Clifford, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Don Bloom.
com GABIES
JUDEA (Temple). 5600 Granada Blvd
Reform. Rabbi Morris Kipper 4W
Friday R.15 p.m. Saturday 11:15 a.m.
Bar Mitzvah: Brie, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Ernst Kosenkrantz,
ZAMORA (Temple) 44 Zamora Ave.
MAR0ATI
MARGATE JEWISH CENTER. I"1
NW 9th St.
EMANU-EL. 3245 W. Oakland Pi*
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Arthur J. AH'
rams. Cantor Jerome Klement. 41
P0MPAN0 BEACH
SHOLOM (Temple). 132 SE 11th As
Conservative. Rabbi Morns A. SkcP-
Cantor Ernest Schreibcr.

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Rabbi Max J. Weitz. Cantor Re-
Jacob Danziger. 126 N.E. 1st Avj
houtwcod
BETH EL (Temple). 1881 S. 14th A<*
RefSrm. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Topic: "The o'-*'^
of Jerusalem" followed by 'v"*
Khahhat hosted by Dr. and Mrs MW"
cus Zbar. Saturday It am. Bar M"'*
vah: Darrel, son of Dr. and lira aW
<-us Zbar.
BETH SHALOM (Temple). 1728 H*
roe St. Conservative. Rabbi Mort*
Malavsky. Cantor Irving Gold.
SINAI (Temple). 1201 Johnson
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Cantor Yehuda Heilbraun.
MIRAMAR
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Fnday, January 21, 1972
i"Jewish Fhoridiann
Page 11-A
J\S
Max Lerner
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Sees ft
A4i-> -i. -t
NEW YORK Pity poor Henry Kissinger! It is one thing
for an aca'U-mic to wield power behind the scones in the secret
ceunei'.s of the White House and leave his imprint on history. It
is quite .u.other to find your most confidential words, which
were uttered from the command post in the action group on
the diplomatic battlefield, spread all over the front pages to
edify your enemies and create little ripples of joy in the hearts
of those who envy your power and influence.
Kissinger "ill survive because he has an influential friend
at the White House who relies on him and to whom he 's In-
valuable. American policies will not be changed drastically, al-
though chastened policy-makers may watch their words now,
if net their step. The bugbear of decision-makers has been the
tear i)t being overtaken by events; now it will be the fear of
being overheard by history.
ft ft ft
THIS MAX SHKD some new light on a question which has
puzzled si tdents of American government: How can the people
control foreign policy when the power to make those decisions
is so completely vested by the Constitution in the President?
Will, the anxious scholars who used to ask 'he question but
couldn't i: swer it, didn't reckon with the Xerox machine, the
muckracking editors and columnists and the ancient but ever new
practice >f purloining secret documents -whether the Pentagon
Papers or the Anderson papers.
The new dispensation hasn't given you or me the power to
say t!o to wrong decisions, as on the India-Pakistani war, but it
lias given us the chance to cry havoc right after the decisions
were made, without the usual long interval during which the
documents grow musty and everyone forgets what it was about
anil who did what to whom.
# # #
IS THIS PROGRESS? On balance I think it is, even with
the black eye it gives to American diplomacy. But progress or
not, it sure is an education. Anyone teaching a course right now
on American foreign policy can burn all the textbooks and latch
onto the Anderson papers for dear life.
He will find three things in them, none surprising, but all
three disturbing. One is the crackdown effect. When the Presi-
dent chooses to exert his power there is no one to resist the
crackdown. Presidents in the past have complained that their
wishes have got mired down in the dismal swamp of bureau-
cracy, without retrieval. Nixon at one point in the documents,
asked whimsically whether his power to shake foreign policy is
an "illusion." It isn't. ^lueli of Kissinger's effectiveness rests on
his capacity to ride herd on the State-Dcfense-Intelligenc"-Aid
bureaucracy. But in this case, the herd-riding is pretty nakedly
revealed.
THE SECOND IS the dissembling effect. It is the gap be-
tween what our decision-makers actually do (the "tilt" toward
Pakistan) and the image they want projected on the world
screen (the pretense that the United States was not anti-Indian).
The story of the difference between what the ruler does and
what he seems is as old as human history, and Machiavelli en-
shrined it in "The Prince." Nixon and Kissinger didn't create it.
In fact, if someone in Indira Gandhi's office had given to the press
a transcript of India's action group on the war. the dissembling
in it would be wondrous to behold, but understandable. Again, in
the American document what stands out is the nakedness of it
and the pointlessncss.
The third is the monolith effect. It Is hairy to read these
documents and find no discernible effort to reach a policy re-
flectively, to sift diverse opinions, to take into account the experi-
ence of the men in the field, like Ambassador Keating in New
Delhi. I know that you can't run foreign policy by committee:
i.At some point a wedge of direction must be driven through all
t the discussion. But you have to try in the first place to get the
diversities of viewpoint, lest policy become a bleak monolith.
ft ft ft
I MUST ADD A WORD about the upshot of all these leaks
and purloinings and revelations the ordeal of trying to run a
government in a fishbowl. The total societies, like the Soviets
and Chinese, don't have the problem. A Daniel EUsberg or a
Jack Anderson wouldn't last an extra day in either country.
But part of the current American revolution has been an
erosion of fidelity and of authority. It may prove a high price
to pay for asserting some control over policy by the people, but
that is the way we do things.
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Friday, January 21, 1972

KIHTOR, The Jewish Iloridiun:
The World Zionist Congress
now convening in Jerusalem is one
of the great events of the Zionist
movement. The Congress, as it
has always done in the past, will
assess the state of affaiis and de-
termine the policies for the Jew-
ish people for the foreseeable
future. This movement, since its
inception, has been t!io backbone
of Jewish action and is still the
rallying force for constructive
Jewish aims.
It is 75 years since the first
Congress of Zionists was called
by its founder, Theodor Her/1, who
pledged his life and talents to the
cause of solving the Jewish pro-
blem by placing it on the World
Agenda. The Zionist Congress of
1897 in Basel was the first nation-
al assembly of the Jewish i>eople
since the year 70, when the Ro-
man legions destroyed the Second
Jewish Commonwealth with the
intention of wiping out Judaism
forever.
The first Congress of Zionists
was a new start in the history of
the Jewish people after almost
two thousand years of humilia-
tions, persecutions and decimation.
Fifty years later, the Third Jew-
ish Commonwealth was establish-
ed, and in 1948, with the rebirth
ol the Jewish State the dream of
Herzl became a reality.
Although the concept of a Jew-
ish State was always a basic Mes-
sianic belief of the Jewish people,
nevertheless as Herzl visualized it
during the feverish days of the
Dreyfus affair in Paris when he
published his pamphlet "The Jew-
ish State", the momentum gene-
rated by his sudden appearance at
this particular time in Jewish
history and his fostering of this
movement became the catalyst
and the diiving force to establish
(he Jewish State.
Through his efforts and great
personality, he moved the Jewish
people toward new destinies and
changed their attitudes by the
practical application of the ideals
which he so eloquently expressed.
The history of the 73-year old
Zionist movement is full of drama-
iic struggles and constant mobili-
zation of Jewish energies on the
fields, rebuilding the Jewish home-
land; at the barricades of the War-
saw Ghetto; or in diplomatic
chambers of strange nations to
recognize the right of the Jew to
live with dignity and honor.
The Zionist movement indeed
reconstructed the Jewish people's
mentality by replanting in them
the fighting spirit of their ances-
tors. It created a new image of
the Jew by destroying the distort-
ed prejudices of long-standing in-
doctrination. The Jew of today no
longer feels homeless because
there is a place for him on thus
planet the Jewish State, where
he is welcomed. The revolution in
the social as well as the mental
status of the Jew of today is cer-
tainly the result of the implemen-
tation of Herzl's ideals launched
at the first World Zionist Cong-
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Eternal Light Medal
Fred P. p<3merant,z,,,.Now Xv1*.
civic leader and philanthropist who
is president of Leslie Fay. Inc.
ladies garment manufacturers, will
be the guest of honor at the an-
nual winter reception in behalf of
The Jewish Theological Seminary
of America at 4:30 Sunday la the
Palm Beach Towers.
Mr. Pomerantz will receive the
Seminary's "Eternal Light Med-
al" and a citation in recognition of
his "consecrated1 efforts over many
years in advancing a variety of
causes devoted to improving the
general welfare." Dr. Bernard
Mandelbaum. president of the
Seminary, will make the presenta-
tion.
A 28-member Palm Beach Com-
mittee in behalf of The Jewish
Theological Seminary headed by
New Yorkers Arthur B. Bel for,
Martin A. Fisher and Philip Lef?
is organizing the reception, which
will be the 13th annual affair In
behalf of the 85-year-old institu-
tion, academic and spiritual center
of the Conservative branch of
Judaism.
Serving as committee members
under the cochairmanship of the
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This Week In History...
40 Years Ao This Week: 1933
Palestine Land Commissioner
Lewis French said Jewish immi-
gration imperiled Arab rural de-
velopment.
A matzoth-to-Russia deal col-
lapsed when the U.S. firm couldn't
guarantee two million pieces by
March 15.
"BERLIN (JTA Special Report)
The German people have come
to a point where they are frankly
der-perate and are ready to take a
fatal leap into the unknown with
Hitler or any other demagogue
who promises a quick way out
from the economic wilderness .
(Bui i the truth is that Hitler plans
nothing as crudely as an old-fash-
Florida USY Given
National Honors
Four members of the United
Synagogue Youth from Florida
have won awards in the national
creative arts contest sponsored by
^he I'SY. Results were announced
at the organization's recent 21st
annual international convention in
Washington D.C.
Winners included Jamie Ray-
man of Beth David Congregation,
first place in art; Alan Wilco of
B'nai Raphael Congregation, first
place poetry; Sharon Weiss of
Temple Israel, Orlando, second
ice in writing; and Resa Kay of
B'nai Raphael, "cutie award for
entry of "The Six Senses."
Outstanding accomplishments in
the Tikkun Olan (building spiritual
bridges) program were recognized
with six of the 10 national winners
coming from Florida. Those con-
gregations honored inclu.'od Tem-
p"c Menorah, Beth David, Beth
Torah of North Miami Boa-h,
Temple Beth Shalom of Sarasota.
the Jacksonville Jewish Center and
Congregation Btiai Israel of St.
Petersburg.
USY i- the teenage youth orga-
nization sponsored by the United
Synauocuc of America, the Con-
servative Jewish movement, which
has regional offices in Coral
Gables. Abraham J. Gittelson is
United Synagogue associate direc-
tor: Marshall Baltuch is youth
director.
I ioned czarist pogrom or a whole-
sale expulsion of the Jews (but)
to strike at them through a ruth-
less system of taxation and eco-
nomic and social pressure that will
force the mass of German Jewry
into the ranks of the poorest strata
of the population within a decade."
Forty Jews were injured by 350
Nazis at Berlin University.
Dessau, Germany, birthplace of
Moses Mendelsohn, banned shc-
chita.
The late Julius Rosenwald left
$70 million-plus in gifts.
Paul M. Warburg, banker who
initiated the Federal Reserve sys-
tem, died in New York at 63.
The New York Bar Association
urged President Hoover to name
Judge Benjamin N. Cardozo to the
U.S. Supreme Court.
10 Years Ago This Week: 1062
"Ridiculous and absolutely un-
founded." said Foreign Ministei
GoWa Meir of Soviet charges that
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new model strategic bomber,
the Backfire, with its variable
sweep wings and Mach-2 sp>cd.
OCR XFAV bomber, the B-l,
is sti',1 in the talking stage to
all intents. The Soviets. Instead,
are testing several prototypes of
the Backfire which will have
more than enough range to
reach American targets with
air refueling. Full-scale produc-
tion obviously lies immediately
ahead. And the dilapidated, long
n. glected U.S. air defense sys-
tem offers no protection what-
ever against the Backfire.
So much for two elements of
the "strategic triad." as the
planners call it. In the matter
nissiles, meanwhile, what
strikes one, above all, is the
Way we go on hoping for the
best without preparing tor the
worst which is get:
acutely dangi rous,
FOURTEEN months ago, the
Disarmament Agency, supported
bj large elements of the intelli-
gence community, complacently
proclaimed "the end of the arms
race" in an official paper that
everyone now pretends to have
forgotten. Since then, du-ing
the single year 1971, the So-
viets have built new silns at vast
cost to receive at least 90 new
strategic missiles.
The exact number of new
missiles is in doubt, since five
or six of the new holes are su-
per-giant in dimensions. These
may well be intended to con-
tain hardened launch control
centers. But they may also be
intended to receive super-giant
missiles, with a throw weight
and a number of warheads that
have no existing precedent.
THE DIMENSIONS of the
other 90 holes indicate they will
eventually receive missiles akin
to the Soviets' huge SS-9 with
its 25-megaton warhead and the
lesser SS-11 which resembles
our Minuteman. But there have
been no missile tests, although
the very expensive preparations
for deployment began over a
year ago.
All that is known is that the
new silos are being superhard-
ened to withstand the stagger-
ing pressure of 1,500 pounds per
square inch.
NO ONE can tell, in sum,
whether the anxiously awaited
Soviet tests will reveal missiles
with enough novel power, and
above all, with sufficient multi-
ple warheads, to tilt the total
power balance in a way that
cannot be repaired by "quick
fixes" in the United States.
The strange delay in testing
suggests a Soviet cxiiectation
that when the tests are finally
run they will have great shock
value. In sum, yet again, we are
playing Russian roulette with
the national future.
Israeli diplomats in the U.S.S.R.
were spying for America's CIA.
Hadassah backed President Ken-
nedy's plan for the U.S. to buy
$100 million in U.N. bonds to help
the organization "meet the mount-
ing deficit and prevent a financial
crisis."
Karl Wolff, former Himmler aid
who had helped the Allies capture
a million German troops in Italy
and later served four years for
Dachau experiments, was arrested
/or alleged complicity in 70,000 or
more Jewish deaths.
The Jewish Advocate, Boston
weekly, was 60.
In Israel's largest strike ever.
15,000 professionals stayed out a
day in sympathy with the 6.000
engineers and others seeking high-
er wages.
Citing religious grounds and
medical uncertainties. Deputy Is-
raeli Defense Minister Yi'/.hak
Rafael rejected a doctor's request
to test an oral birth-control pill.
Hadassah. 50. became the first
institution to win the Isrneli gov-
ernment's "Standard of the War
of Independence" for its "unusual
heroism nnd bravery under fire."
Mark Davidson, a Detroit teach-
er studying Hebrew and Arabic in
Israel, captured two armed infil-
trators near Boersheha.
(From the files of the JTA)
Dean And Students To Meet
At Temple Menorah Supper
Rabbi David Gordis, dean of
students of the Columbia Univer-
sity Jewish Theological Semi-
nary joint program of studies, will
meet all interested 11th and 12th
grade and first year college stu-
dents at a special supper meeting
at Temple Menorah. 620 75th St..
Miami Beach, Tuesday at 5:40 p.m.
The Columbia Seminary pro-
gram Ls sponsored by both inotitu-
tions and provides for degrees to
be earned from both institutions
upon completion of a four year
college course. It is the foundation
for graduate or rabbinical studies
in all areas of Jewish scholarship
or social services, and also pro-
vides a complete college course
with opportunities to enter grad-
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One oi' the most impressive
parts of the program, which it un-
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Fox and Mrs. Sylvia Ettenberg, is
the third year of study spent at
the Hebrew University where
courses are fully accredited by
both Columbia and The Jewish
Theological Seminary.
In addition to the supper meet-
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at Miami Beach High School Tues-
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Friday, January 21. 1972
As We Were Saying:
By ROBERT E. SEGAL
Doubt Lingers After Rehnquist Appointment
IF JUSTICE THIROOOD MARSHALL should, be-
cause of ill health or some other bad fate, find it
necessary to retire from the Supreme Court bench,
would President Nixon be inclined
to name a black as successor?
An iffy question, of course; and
yet few observers questioned the
logic of the President's determina-
tion to put one or more southern-
ers on the bench after the loss of
Judge John M. Harlan and Hugo
M. Black.
Should representation on the
highest bench by region, race, or religion be a con-
sideration henceforth? For example, is the break
with the custom of having a Jew on the Supreme
Court after half a century of that circumstance a
proper cause of concern for believers in equality of
opportunity? Some folks, conscious of the fact that
perhaps as many as 20C'< of all members of thi bar
in the United States are Jewish, raise the .'ssue
with added effectiveness. Others regard it as irrele-
vant.
But how many can go on believing thai the
latest appointee, William H. Rehnquist of Arizona,
should not have In-en put to severe testing in the
Senate before confirmation? Following confirma-
tion of Mr. Rehnquist and Lewis F. Powell, the
President was quoted as saying: "The quality of
the Court decisions should be enhanced for yean
to come." This may prove true in Mr. Nixon's mind.
But many in the nation are bound to have sevious
doubts about the advisability of confirmation for
Mr. Rehnquist.
John P. Frank long a friend of Mr. Rehnquist,
- and regarded by many as an authority on the
Constitution and the Supreme Court has said:
"He will represent the Goldwater view on the Su-
preme Court. Bill has been an intellectual force for
reaction. I do not believe he will put manacles back
on the slaves, but I'm sure from his point of view,
it will bo more than a pause there will be back-
ward movement. In terms of race relations. I would
expect him to be retrograde. He honestly doesn't
believe in civil rights and will oppose them. On
criminal matters, he will be a supporter of nolice
methods in the extreme. On free speech, he will b-e
restrictive. On loyalty programs McCarthyism
he'll be 100** in favor."
The charge that sociological and psychologica;
considerations were given far too much attention In
the Supreme Court rulings in the Brown (school)
cases is a continuing weapon in the arsenal of those
who rationalize their opposition to an integrated
society. That issue is not simply a matter of shaping
a mechanism whereby black and white children
shall go to school together. Rather it is a distinct
matter of respecting individual worth. And for any.
one Supreme Court justice or man in the stree*
- to persist in denying any human being his dignity
is now unacceptable in American society.
ISRAEL NEWSLETTER
By Carl Alpert
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The Generals Are Coming
ISRAELS POLITICAL LIFE is agitated these days
by the reports that two generals are shortly to be
added to the Cabinet. One is Gen. Yitzhak Rabin.
49, on termination of his tour of
duty as ambassador to Washing-
ton, ami the other. Gen. Haim
Bar-Lev, 47, who Is retiring as
chief of -staff of the defense forces.
Reaction has not been altogether
favorable. Voices have been raised
in warning against the creation of
a military political clique which
could conceivably become a men-
ace lo democratic government. The Cassandras
point out that there are already two general? in
the Cabinet iDayan and Alloni and this concentra-
tion of military personalities in the civilian execu-
tive branch of government is extremely unhealthy.
The reply to this argument is quick in coming.
The fear of a military takeover is dismissed as non-
sense. For one thing, in Israel everybody is in the
army, and to disqualify a man from political life
because he has held high position in defense of the
country, is to reject all the best brains and ability
available. Israels army is not a closed military
establishment; it is an army of civilians, all of whom
return to civilian life as quickly as possible.
The critics advance another argument al-
ways making it clear that they have nothing against
Rabin or Bar-Lev personally. It is the principle they
have in mind. Military experience, they say. is not
always applicable to civilian life, where elasticity
and compromise are required, as contrasted with
military rigidity. They cite the conflicts created
when Chief of Staff Haim Laskov, serving as di-
rector of the National Port Authority, insisted on
literal enforcement of agreements and regulations,
instead of trying to persuade or wheedle or coerce
the recalcitrant labor elements.
Still other objections, of a more personal nature,
come from the mainline politicians who have been
working in the party for years, waiting for their
turn to rise to ihe top. And now they are to be
passed over in favor of the man in uniform who
jumps to the head of the political queue without
lirsi serving his apprenticeship in the party.
Objective observers also comment that there is
something aesthetically wrong when military' men
still in active service, who are supposed to be
apolitical, are apparently conducting private nego-
tiations with regard to their place in the political
constellation after they leave the service. Bar-Lev's
retirement came suddenly, at the height of the
rumors, us if to penr.it a reasonable time to elapse
before he enters politics. The blemish is made
worse by the fad that most of the generals are
concentrating in one political alignment, the Labor
Party, which thus assures its own continued domi-
nance. The one notable exception was Ezer Weiz-
man who leaped from the army to his Gahal mem-
bership in the Cabinet as Minister of Transport
almost two years ago, only to lose his portfolio
when his party resigned from the Coalition soon
thereafter.
The iK)litical cynics claim that the government
leadership is trying to back down on its original
promise to put Rabin in the Cabinet when ho re-
turns from Washington. He has antagonized some
influential party figures. Therefore Bar-Lev is be-
ing pushed for the Cabinet and will get his seat
first. Public outcry against militarism may there-
after kill Rabin's chances. So say the cynics.
I should add only that the portfolio proposed
for Bar-Lev is a matter of common knowledge: the
Minister of Commerce and Industry. He has a de-
gree in economics. Since this Cabinet position is at
the moment in the hands of Pinhas Sapir, in addi-
tion to his position as Minister of Finance, it is
safe to assume that the choice of Bar-Lev was
made with Sapir's knowledge, if not actually initi-
ated by him.
Book Review By SEYMOUR B. LIEBMAN
Books One Can Do Without
I ONCE THEORIZED THAT books lacking cultural
or literary value should be ignored by reviewers.
I believed "out of sight, out of mind." Naively. I
forgot the power of advertising
and the ability to promote any
product to gullible Americans. The
words Jews and Israel have a
hypnotic effect and when placed
on a book jacket in pseudo-He-
braic characters, they create a
bonanza for author and publisher.
The intelligent reader must
cringe upon viewing the trash be-
ing purchased by Jews and other people. To
heighten the tragedy, librarians of many Jewish
institutions order books on a Jewish topic without
awaiting any reviews. Many adult "institutes"
lionize authors who write drivel because the quan-
tity of sales blinds the undiscriminating to the lack
of quality in their works.
A previous book by Max I. Dimont achieved
unworthy success. Sales continued even after Jewish
historians decimated the book by showing the many
errors. His latest. The Indestructible Jew (World
Publishing Co. i is an affont to Judaism and history.
His comparisons are often in poor taste and pointless.
There are blithely written exaggerations, exhibition-
islic digressions in world history and redundancy in
the use of the word "rape" and other sexual terms.
He appears to be an anlem disciple of Freud. At-
tempts to dissuade potential readers produc* the
reply, "Isn't it better that I read this than no Jew-
ish history at all? "Following this reasoning, if a
book directed to Christian readers is "bad for the
Jews" hi cause of its errors or fundamentalism.
should ii lie reviewed in the hope that the Chris-
tian reader will become interested in the subject
matter and be motivated to learn more so as to
counteract the anti-Jewish effects of the first?
Who's Who in the New Testament by Ronald
Brownrigg (Holt, Rinehart & Winston, $14.95) Ls a
set-back to ccumenieism. The author, an English-
man, apparently has not read the works of his
countrymen D. S. Russell, who contrary to Brown-
rigg. shows that the Pharisees were the progres-
sives and made the Bible viable, that Jesus was a
Pharisee and that there were more than 6.020 Phari-
sees; R. Travels Hereford, a noted Biblical scholar;
and the pamphlet of Rabbi Douglas S. Charing.
What You and Every Missionary to the Jews
Should Know. Brownrigg could have profited by
leading the articles o\ Bernard E. Olsen. It Is in-
teresting to read that Jesus had four brothers and
sisters although "the great majority of Christians
believe that Jesus was the only son of Mary." We
deplore the quotation from Acts which is a re-
minder of the deicide charge. The illustrations are
magnificent, however.
Between You and Me By Boris Smolar
Scope Of Yiddish
THE KUMBER OE Yiddish readers may decline
in this country as seen from the fart that the
Tog-Morgen Journal, one of the two Yiddish daily-
newspapers, closed down this
month leaving the Jewish Daily
Forward as the only important
Yiddish newspaper in the field.
However, the interest in Yiddish
language and literature among
the younger generation of Amer-
ican-born Jews is growing. The
1971-72 academic year can boast
of more courses in Yiddish in
American colleges and universities than any previ-
ous year.
-
Indicative of the growth of interest in Yiddish
on the part of Jewish student youth is the appear-
ance now ol "Yiddish Literature, Its Scojk? and
Major Writers" a very valuable 503-page volume
by Charles Madison, published by Schocken Books.
This volume is not the only book on Yiddish litera-
ture published in English in this country, but it is
the best. It answers the demand for more knowl-
edge about the history and meaning of Yiddish and
:- the role played by Yiddish literature in Jewish cul-
tural life.
The opening chapter in the book, outlining the
development of Yiddish, is in itself a brilliant essay.
So are the other 18 chapters dealing with the major
Yiddish writers. They not only introduce the writers,
their works and the atmosphere in which they
lived and created; they also analyze the major works
of the writers and their impact. Anyone interested j
in the great Yiddish literary figures of the last 100
years from I. M. Dick to Isaac Bashevis Singer
will find Mr. Madison's book very instructive.
The book contains enlightening chapters or. the
classics in Yiddish literature Mendele-Mo?her-
Seforim, I. L. Perctz, Sholom Aleichem, Sholem
Asch, H. Leivick. Abraham Reisin and others. It
also gives an excellent insight on the "efflorescence"
of Yiddish in America. It presents a picture of the
various Yiddish authors that created a solid Yid-
dish literature in this country which can easily be
compared with the best of contemporary English-
language novels and ]>oetry. It also describes what
happened to Yiddish in the Soviet Union and the
current status of Yiddish in Israel.
Nothing of importance in the development of
Yiddish and Yiddisli literature in any country es-
capes the author of "Yiddish Literature." His book
should be among the selective volumes in every
Jewish home where knowledge about Jewish cul-
ture is sought both by adults and the younger gen-
eration. It is certainly a book which no one who
has an interest in studying Jewish culture can
afford to miss.
i '


Frid
iay, January 21, 1972
vJewlsti fhridUcjir
Page 15-A
Services Held Monday
For Louis E. Pallot
Services for Louis K. Pallot. 76, <
fpjunder anil chairman of the board
f directors of Norton Tire Co.,.
were hold Monday at (overside Al-
ton Road Chapel. A 48-yoar resi-
dent of Miami, he died at the.
Miami Heart Institute Sunday.
Mi. Pallot was perceptive in j
recognizing an opportunity." ac-
raiding to friends, and through
his faculty developed Norton Tire
"o. into one of the largest inde-
pendent tire companies in the Uni-
ed States.
When Mr. Pallot founded Nor-
:n Tire Co. in 1924, it consisted
if a small shop where he was
>wner, salesman, tire changer and
Dookkeeper. As the business be-
,*an to expand, he opened several
branch stores in this area, and
the firm has continued to grow
through the years.
His son Norton, for whom the
company was named, has been its
president for the past several
years. Another son, Ronald, is vice
president.
Born in Russia, Mr. Pallot
traveled alone to the United States
at the age of 12. and lived in
Springfield, Mass.. for almost 20
years before he came to the Miami
area.
Mr. Pallot's interests in Miami
have included the Pioneers of
Miami, the Elks Lodge, the Mas-
onic Lodge, the Mahi Shrine.
Temple Beth Sholom and the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
Since 1938, he had been a life
member of Y.M.H.A.. Sholem
Lodge, B'nai B'rith.
Survivors include his wife, Ger-
trude; sons, Norton S. of Coral
Gables and Ronald of Miami
Beach; daughter, Barbara Pallot
Katzen of Coral Gables, brothers,
Jack of Miami and E. Albert of
Miami Beach; and sisters Mrs.
Lillian Schulman of Coral Gables
and Mrs. Betty Klein of West
Palm Beach.
Burial took place in Mt. Nebo
Cemeterv.
IEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LOOK E. PALLOT
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY given thai
he undersigned, desiring to engage
1i business under the fictitious nmne
r FliOKIDA INTERNATIONAL
I iLLBGE < F IPHTHALMIC < >P-
in s ul 168 8 E 1st St. Km. 306,
Miami 83131 Intends to register said
mine with the Clerk of the Circuit .
'ourl ol Dade County, Florida.
PHILIP FRIEDER
12/24-31 I 7-14
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVKN that
he undersigned, desiring to engage In
lusiness under the flctltloui name of
. tucks ai 1)24 Blscayne Boulevard,
. i mini. Florida Intends in register
Hid name with the Cleric of the Clr-
uit Court of Dade County, Florida,
VAL-r-TllAVEL, INC.
.1I.OHAEL P, CHASE
Vttorney tor Val-U-Travel, Inc.
900 B.W. Third Avenue
.ihimi, Florida :i"i-9
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 RB TllK MARRIAOE OF:
AROLYN MARROW,
Wife,
.(lid
nil.IP MARROW,
i iusbnnd
in ,\iu PHILIP MARROW
Residence Cnkiiown
You. I'HII.Il" MARROW, are here-
ij notified thai ;i Bill of Complaint
or Divorce has been filed against
iiu, and you are required i" aervi
i copy of youi Answer or Pleading
ille Bfll of Complaint on the
laintiff's attorney, ENQEL& HA1.-
KRN, 1400 N.W, mill Avenue, Suite
;, Miami, Florida and file the
irlginal Answer or Pleading In the
iiiii: nut on or before the nih day of
vli., 1972. If you full to do so. judg-
nenl by default will be taken against
iiu for the relief demanded in the
till of Complaint.
This notice shall be published owe
soli week for four consecutive weeks
ii THB JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 2Sth day of Dec. A.D.
ML
E B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dnde County. Florida
By: R. M. KISSEE
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
ENGKL HALPKRN
1400 N.W. Kith Ave. 17-fS
Miami. Florida
Attorneys for Plaintiff
12/31 1/7-14-21
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-5589
(JOHN R. BLANTON)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in l:i'.: Estate "i
MELVIN BENDER
Deceased.
To aii Creditors and ah Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Bald
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired lo present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of MELVIN BENDER de-
ceased late Of Dade County, Florida,
to tile County Judges of Dade Coun-
ty, and file the same in duplicate
and as provided ill Section 733.16,
Florida stalutes, in their offices ill
the County Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within six calendar
months from the time of the first
publication hereof, or the name will
be barred.
Dated al Miami. Florida, this 23rd
da} of December, A.D. 1971.
ROSE BENDER
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the 31st day of December, 1971
SPAJHBBR, ZEMEL, ROSKIN AND
HBILBRONNER
PROFESSION A I. ASSOCIATION
Attorneys for Executrix
100 North Blscuyne Blvd.,
Miami. Florida
12 :ll 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
IN RE THE MARRIAOE OF:
VINCENT ANA ST A SI,
Husband
and
MARGARET ANASTASI
Wife
TO: MARGARET ANASTASI
9?M Academy Road
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
You, .MAROAR 1ST ANASTASI. are
hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
attains! you. and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Hill of Complaint on the
Pluiutirrx attorney, ENOEL & HAL-
PERN, 1400 N.W. 10th Ave.. Suite
17-0, Miami, Florida and file the
original Answer or Pleading In the
offioe of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 11th day of
Feb.. 1972. If you fail to do so, Judg-
nifnMiy default will be taken against
lr the relief demanded III the
[ Complaint.
notice shall be published once
e.ichfreck for four consecutive weeks
In TVI JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
AND ORDERED nt Miami,
this 28th day of Dec. A.D.
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 RB: THE MARRIAOE OF
VINCENT REH
Husband
and
1-l.llR J. RHI1
Wife
TO: FU>H J. REH
Edificio Regiua No. 8
Calls 73 entre 14-a y IE
Maracalbo, Venezuela
TOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any, to it
on MARSHALL B. FISHER, attorney
for Husband, whose address is 7914-A
S.W. 104th Street, Miami, Florida
33ir,6. and file the original with the
clerk of the above styled court on or
before Fob. 16, 1972: otherwise a de-
fault will be etrered against you for
the relief demanded in the complaint
or petition.
This notice s,.all be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami, Florida on
this 3th day ot Jan., 1972.
E. It. LEATHERMAN,
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By: R. M. KISSEE
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
MARSHALL It. FISHER
7914-A S.W. 104th Street
Miami. Florida 3:lir,6
1/7-14-21-2R
will
Jlsl
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
KITH SCHIOWITZ
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 Kt'TH SCHIOWITZ
deceased late Of Dade County. Flor-
ida, to the County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same iii dupli-
cate and as provided hi Section 7S3.
III, Florida Statutes, in tluir offices iii
the County Courthouse in Had. Coun-
ty, Florida, within six calendar
months from the time of the first
publication hereof, or the same
be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, tins
day of Dec., A.D. 1971
MOLIJE BERKOWITZ
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the 31 sl day "f Dec., 1971.
PAUL KWITNEY
Attorney for
Estate of Ruth Schlowits
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida 83139
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 RE: Estate of
HANNAH II. MANDE1.1.
Deceased.
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO Al.!. 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. Vc.u are hereby
commanded within six ealendar
months from the date of the first
publication of this notice to appeal
in said Court and show cause, if any
you can, why the action of said Court
i'n admitting said will to probate
should not stand unrevoked
JOHN R. BLANTON
By: CORNELL ROBINSON
Clerk
County Judge
MYERS, KAPLAN, PORTER,
I.KVINSON KEN IN
Bj : Edwin M. QlnsbUrg
Attorneys for On-Executors
Bulte 3041160 S.W. 1st Street
Miami. Florida 33130
Telephone: 371-9041
First publication of this notice on
the 7th day of January. 1972.
O.J. SEAL
1/7-14-21-28
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No. 71-24799
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
PETITION FOR ADOPTION
IN RE: Petition for
Adoption of
VICTOR HUGO BLACHET
and EMMA BLACHET
TO; PKItNA.NDOiAKMANDO. i
RABAZA
Address unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Petition for Adoption of the
minor Child MICHAEL ANOEI.o
RABAZA. has been filed in the above
Court and you are required to serve
a copy of your written objections, If
any, to it on DAVID H. I.EVINE.
B8Q., attorney for Petitioners, whose
address la 7"4 Alnsley Bhlg., 14 N.E.
1st Avenue. Miami, Florida, and file
the original with the clerk of the
above styled Court on or before
February 7th. 1972; otherwise a de-
fault will be entered against you for
the relief demanded In the Petition.
THIS .NOTICE shall be published
once each week for four consecutive
weeks in THE JEWISH PI WITNESS my hand and seal of
said Court at Miami. Dade County,
Florida, this 27th day of December,
1971.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Ah Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By: C. P. COPELAND
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
DAVID H. I.EVINE. ESQ.
7114 Alnsley Building
Miami, Florida (Phone 377-1605)
Attorney for Petitioners
M/Sl 1/7-14-2!
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-5326
(FRANK B. DOWLING)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
LEI >N OKI N
I lei cmmi!
To All Creditors and All Person Hav-
ing claims ..i Demands Against Said
Estate: ^
Vou are hereby notified *<< re-
quired m ph.- hi nap!il.iinT Wm de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of LEON OKl.'N deceased
late of Dade County, Florida, to the
County Judges of Dade County, and
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 months from the
time of the first pubii, aiii,n hereof,
or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this ^7lh
day of Dec, A.D. 1971.
LAIRA OKIN
As Bxecutrix
First publication of this notice oa
the 7th day of Januarv. 1972.
KWITNEY & KROOP
Attorney for Laura Okun
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
1/7-14-21-23
Flor
1971.1
CM
B LEATHERMAN. Clerk,
It court. Dade County, Florida
By: R. M KISSEE
Deputy Clerk
_ Court Senl)
r.S'Op. ft II A 1.PERN
VV I'Uli Avenue, Suite 17-0
~ J Florida
.*'- for Plaintiff
12/31 1/7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN 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.
SAMUEL TROPPER
OROVER WEINSTEIN &
STACI1ER. PA.
By: Sherwin Stnuber. Esq.
Attorney for Samuel Tropper
nr.il Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Plot Ida
12/31 1/7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
ihe undersigned, desiring to engage hi
business under the fictitious name of
SANTIAGO CASTELLAN08 AC-
COUNTING AND TAX SERVICE at
12802 S.W. 45th Terrace. Miami. Fl
intends lo register said name with
the clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dude County. Florida.
RAUL J. SANTIAGO
13/31 1/7-14-21
IN 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,
to the County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same rn 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.
OEOROE J. TALIANOFF
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
the 7th day of January. 1972.
TAIJANOFF & RADER
Attorney for
Estate of Dora Schwartz
420 IJticoln Road
Miami Beach, Fla.
1/7-14-21-28
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-5556
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
JEROME E. LEVIN
l leceased.
To ah Creditors and All Persons Hai -
lllg claims or Demands Against Said I
Estate:
Vou 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 iii Section 733.16
Florida Statutes, in their offices in
the County courthouse in ihf\:- Coun-
ty, Florida, within six calendar
months from the time of the first
publication hereof, or the same will
in' barred.
Hated at Miami, Florida, this 21st
day of December, A.D. 1971.
HAROLD SOLOMON
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
the IMlh day of Dec., 1971.
SAMUEL GOLDSTEIN, ESQ.
Goldman, Goldstein & Pacsler
Attorney for Executor
2401 West Flagler Street
Miami, Fla. 33135642-2411
_ I2/"4-:;i i 7-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name
of LONGWOOD HOUSE APART-
MENTS al 11686 Canal Drive.. North
Miami. Florida intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
ALFRED MINIACI 1"'.
NELSON & FELDMAN, BStJS
\.....io ys for Alfred Minlacl
1136 Kan.- (Concourse
Ray Harbor Islands, Florida S3154
I 7-14-21-23
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-5313
(Judge Primm)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE EM ate of
HARRY MICHAELS
l leceased.
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 HARRY MICHAELS
deceased late of Datle County. Flor-
ida, to the County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same in dupli-
cate and as provided in Section 733.-
16, FTorida 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 he barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 6th
day of January, A.D. 1972.
BELLE It. MICHAELS
As Executrix
First publlcatio'n of this notice on
the 14th day of Januarv. 1972.
HAROLD J. COHEN
Attorney for Executrix
3761 Coral Way. Miami. Fla. 3:tl4:.
1/14-21-28 2 4
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-5335
(FRANK B. DOWLING)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
HARRY GOLDBERG
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
E.-iate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of HARRY tlOLDBERC]
deceased late of Made County, Flor-
ida, to the County Judges of
Dade County, anil file Ihe same
in duplicate and as provided in Sec-
tion 733.16, Florid.i 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 name
w ill in barred
Dated al Miami. Florida, this 32nd
day of Deci mber, A.D. 1971,
ALICE GOl IIBERG.
l. a ALICE B GOl DBERG
As Executrix
Flrsl publication of this notice
the ::isi day of I......mber, IS71.
MYERS, KAPLAN. PORTER,
I.KVINSON ,x KEN IN
Attorneys for Executrix
1160 S.W. 1st Street, Miami Fla.
12 ::i i 7-14-21
on
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-5587
(JOHN R. BLANTON)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
HANNAH II. MAM.ELL
l deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing I Maims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims at.d de-
I mauds which you may have against
the estate of HANNAH ii. MANDELL
deceased late of Dade County, Flor-
I Ida, to the County Judges of Dado
County, and file ihe name In dupli-
cate ami as provided in Bei tion 733 -
16, Florida Statutes, in their offices
in the County Courthouse In Dade
County, Florida, within six calendar
months from the um. of the first
publlcnt'on hereof, or the same Mill
in barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 23rd
; da) of Dei embet A l> 1971.
HARRY MANDELL
R< 'S.W.IE MESNER
As-Exi cutors
First publication of 11>is~ notice on
Ihe 31sl da) of December, 1971
MYERS. KAPLAN, PORTER,
LEVINSON A KENIN
Attorneys for Co-Executors
Suite StH1150 s IV. 1st Street
Miami. Florida 33130
13 :il 1 7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
NATIONAL CONTRACT LAMPS at
791 W. 36th Str.el, Hialeah. Florida
Intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
EXCITING PltonrcTS MFC. CORP.
I.t'KAl.lNE PKODCCTS CO.
By: DAVID E. BTONB
Attorney/ Agent
STONE ft BOBTCHIN
Attorneys for
Exciting Products Mfg. Corp.
fit l.uraline Products i\>.
mi n.w 12th Ave
Miami. Florida
1/7-14-21-2S
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-5367
NOTICE OF PROBATE
In RB: Estate of
FLORENCE BIBGEL
Deceased.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED
IN THE ESTATE OF SAID
DECEDENT.
You are hereby notified that a
written instrument purporting to be
the last will and testament of said
decedent has been admitted to pro-
bate in said Court. You are hereby
commanded within six calendar
months from the 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 stand unrevoked.
FRANK I! DOWLING
County Judge
By: MEI.BA C. DICK
Clerk
DANIEL A KAVANAL'GH, ESQ.
en s B 2nd Avenue
Miami. Florida 33131
379-2463
Attorneyand
NELSON A FELDMAN, D8QS.
1135 Kane 1 'oniourse
Miami Beach, Fla. :'.: 716
First publication of this notice on
the 31sl day of Deci mber, 1971.
13 :il l 7-14-21
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. Sit.
PETITIONER/HUSBAND
and
RCTH WALLACE SHIVA It
HOWARD,
WIFE
TO: Rl'TH WALLACE 8HIVAR
HOWARD
ROUTE NO. 1
AI.BEKTSON.
NORTH CAROLINA 33503
YOI' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any, to it
on JOSEPH ROSBNKRANTZ. ESQ..
attorney for Petitioner, whose ad-
dress la 420 Lincoln Road. Miami
Reach, Dade County. Florida, and
file the original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before Feb-
ruary 9. 1972: otherwise a default
will be entered against you for the
relief demanded in the complaint or
petition.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on this
3rd day of January^ 1972.
E. It. LEATHERMAN.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
I>ade County. Florida
By: L. SNEEDEN
As Deput) Clerii
(Circuit Court Seal)
JOSEPH ROBENKRANTZ, ESQ.
Attorney for Petitioner Husband
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
Attorney for Petitioner
1/7-14-21-23
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thnt
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inth CL, Hialeah. Fla. Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
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Miami, Florida Friday, January 21, 1972
Section B
MORRIS LANGE NAMED CHAIRMAN
Senator To Speak At
Histadrut Conference
Morris Lange of Cleveland, Ohio, |
a winter resident of Surfside for
the past several years, has been I
named chairman of the seventh
annual Mid-Winter Conference of
the Israel Histadrut Foundation.
Mr. Lance's acceptance was an-
nounced by William H. Sylk of
Philadelphia, president, and Dr.
Leon Kronish of Miami Beach,
board chairman of the Histadrut
Foundation.
Mr. Lange will work with a
national committee of hosts, in-
cluding key Jewish leaders from
throughout the United States and
Canada, in planning for the Feb.
15-17 Conference at the Fontainc-
bleau Hotel.
More than 1.C00 delegates are
exacted to attend the conclave,
which will highlight a campaign by
the Histadrut Foundation to reach
the S25 million mark in contribu-
tions and commitments this spring.
Sen. Fred Harris of Oklahoma,
former chairman of the Demo-
cratic National Committee, is the
latest addition to an impressive
array of speakers announced by
Samuel Feinstein, president, and
Moe Levin, board chairman of the
host Israel Histadrut Council of
South Florida.
Mayor Eliahu Navi and Israel
Israel at the largest Israel Hista-
drut conference ever to be held
in Miami Beach.
Deputy Consul General Yaakov
Aviad will represent the people
and government of the State of
AT DINNER HONORING DR. LEHRMAN
Expansion Is Slated
By Synagogue Council
tion and the Jewish Community
Center in Cleveland.
He and his wife climaxed a life-
time of devotion and service to Is-
rael and the Histadrut by estab-
lishing the Morris and Johanna
Lange Youth Center in Ramat
Hasharon in Israel. The center
serves the recreational needs of
youth in the area and provides
classrooms for the community's
school system.
Mr. Lange win preside at a Fri-
day luncheon session of the na-
tional committee of hosts at the
Histadrut conference headquarters
in One Lincoln Road Building. Ed-
ward Tumaroff, Florida executive
director, and Ben Zion Steinberg,
field director of the Israel Hista-
drut Foundation, will participate
along with Dr. Kronish.
MORRIS LANGS
Mr. Lange, former chairman
and honorary chairman of the Is-
rael Histadrut Council of Cleve-
land, served as associate chairman
of the 1970 and 1971 mid-winter
conferences here. He is a mem-
ber of the board of directors of
the National Committee for Labor
Israel and has served on the board
of directors for Israel Bonds, Fed-
eration, Bureau of Jewish Educa-
Koufax Now Eligible For
Baseball's Hall Of Fame
NEW YORK (JTA) There
may be two Jewish members of
Baseball's Hall of Fame this week
if Sanford (Sandy Koufax is
elected by the Baseball Writers
Association of America.
Koufax. who retired with a sore
aim in 1966 after 12 years with
the Brooklyn and Los Angeles
Dodgers, is eligible for enshrine-
ment for the first time this year.
' He won 165 games and lost 87
i and is one of the ranking strike-
jHlt artists of all time.
It is believed that the only
[Jewish member of the Hall of
: Fame among 108 players and
[18 others is Henry Benjamin
: (Hank) Greenberg, the Detroit
and Pittsburgh slugger of the
1930s and '40s who was elected
in 1956.
Other Jewish players of the
past, who could be elected this
week by the BBWWAA or at
month's end by the Committee on
Veterans include John G. Kling,
Chicago Cubs catcher after the
turn of the century; Albert Leon-
ard (Flip) Rosen, Cleveland In-
itans third baseman who was the
Americans League's Most Valu-
able Player in 1953; Edward Mar-
vin Relubach (Chicago, Brooklyn,
Boston 1905-14), who pitched and
won a double header and four
straight shutouts anil had winning
streaks of 14 and 12, Charles Solo-
mon (Buddy) Myer, who hit .303
over 17 years, fielder for the post-
war New York Giants.
Jewish club presidents who
could be elected are Andrew
Freedman, Giants 1895-1902; Bar-
ney Dreyfuss, Pirates 1900-1932;
William E. Benswangei\ Pirates
1932-46, and Judge Emil Fuchs,
Boston Braves 1925-35.
Announcement of a greatly ex-
panded program by the Synagogue
Council of America will nightlight
a National Dinner of Tribute to
Dr. Irving Lehrman Feb. 6 at the
Friedland Ballroom of Temple
Emanu-El.
Rabbi Henry Siegman of New
York, executive vice president of
the Synagogue Council, said Dr.
Lehrman would unfold the drama-
tic acceleration in the organiza-
tion's activities both on the
national and international fronts
at the banquet.
National president of the Syna-
gogue Council, Dr. Lehrman has
been rabbi of Temple Emanu-El
for more than 28 years and has
served the coordinating body of
Orthodox. Conservative and Re-
form Jewry in key capacities for
more than a decade.
Samuel N. Friedland. chairman
of the dinner, and Samuel J. Hal-
perin, national chairman of the
Society of Fellows of the Syna-
gogue Council, said reservations
for the Feb. 6 dinner are still
available. They may be made at
the Temple Emanu-El office, 1701
Washington Ave.
Dr. Lehrman represents the
DR. IRVING LEHRMAN
Synagogue Council in worldwide
organizations headquartered in
Geneva, Jerusalem and at United
Nations headquarters in New
York. His extensive travels since
assuming the presidency last sum-
mer have strengthened the posi-
tion of the group as the official
voice of the American Jewish reli-
gious community, Rabbi Siegman
said.
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t

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Golden, who will be honored at Beth
Torah Congregation's CJA-IEF campaign dinner, are shown
with Rabbi Max Lipschitz, (left) spiritual leader of the
congregation.
a a a
Goldens Honorees At
Beth Torah's Dinner
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Golden will
rV honored at Beth Torah ( ingre-
gation's CJA-IEF campaign dinner
Feb. "> in the Fontainebleau Hotel
% A past presidenl of r.-'ih Torah.
Mr. Golden i- a member of the Na-
tional Youth Commission and
serves on the national boat I at di-
rectors of the L'nitod Synagogue
of America. He is also iirosulent-
eleci i>f the Southeast Region of
United Syna cogue of America. His
wife, Hennie, is votith vice presi-
dent of Beth Toran Congrisition.
I
A member oi the budget com-
mlttee ol the Urcater Miami Jew-
ish Federation, Mr. Golden has
Berved as North Dado aiea chair-
mun o! the CJA-IEF campaign
-inc. 1969. He graduate' from the
University of Miami School of Law.
and is a memhc of the Florida
Bai Associati -'
"Both Jor and Hennie reflect
the best in American Jewish life
I today," Rabbi Max Lipschitz,
! spiritual leader of Beth Torah.
i declared, and : am personally
! privileged and the community
i should Ik' proud of two persons
whose concern for the Jewish peo-
' pie is a devotion that reaches Irom
the temple to the community, to
I>rael and around the world.'
Students Participating
In Tu B'Shevat Assembly
The students of the Religious
and Hebrew Schools of Temple
Tifereth Jacob will participate in
a special Tu B'shcvat assembly in
the Social Hall at 11:00 a.m. Sun-
day. Jan. 30.
Seasonal goodies will be dis-
tributed to the children by Sister-
hood, and a tree will be planted
| by the students in commeoration
' ol the holiday.
Harry Kleinman
To Receive The
Scroll Of Honor
Harry KkiMnan. a staunch
supporter <>i Israel for many
years, was to receive the Israel
Bonds. Scroll of Honor" at **.*
special "Night in Israel" spon-
sored by the building's Israel :
bonds Committee at the Manhat-
tan Towers Thursday evening, ac- i
cording to an announcement made
by Michael Litvak. director of
the local organization.
Mr. Kleinman. who came to
Miami Beach from New York 34 I
years ago and has been a leader
in many philanthropic causes since
that time, was to be recognized
as a distinguished leader for the I
faith of Israel, the land of Israel '
and the people of Israel.
Mr. Kleinman has been a
| Trustee of the Miami Beach Elks
; Club for the past seven years
i and fund-raising chairman for the
i Crippled Children's Hospital for
six years. He and his wife. Libby, ;
; are members of Temple Menorah
1 end also devote much time to
aiding the residents of the Hebrew
Home for the Aged.
Highlights of the evening's en-
lertainment include a presenta-
tion by American-Jewish humorist
Eddie Schaffer and musical selec-
tions by Arie Kaduri. internation-
ally-known Israeli singer and ac- ,
cordionist.
The event has been arranged
under the chairmanship of Hyman
Goldman and Jack Solomon with
Jacob Richman and Samuel Weiser
serving as cochairmen.
Dr. Wolfson Special Guest
Dr. Abraham Wolfson, founder
of the Spinoza Forum, will be a
s|>rcial guest at the meeting of
Miami Beach Chapter 10fi, B'nai
Zion. in the Washington Federal.
1234 Washington Avo., Thursday. |
Jan. 27, ai 8 p.m., according to
Samuel Reiser, president. Dr. Wolf-
son will des" ribe how it feels to
be 90.
Mrs. Morris Goodman hosted a recent Miami Beach bene-
factor-patrcn parlor meeting for the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation Women's Division campaign addressed by
Horma Kipi.is, Women's Division vice president for the
1972 CJA-IEF campaign. The nine women who attended
pledged SI 1,600, compared to S4.800 they contributed to
the 1971 cumpaign. From left to right are Norma Kipnis,
Mrs. Joseph Stein, Miami Beach benefactors chairman,
Mrs. Herman Rubin and Mrs. Arthur Horowitz, Miami Beach
benefactors cochairman.
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Camp Ramah's Program To
Be Detailed By Director
"An Experience Caller! Ramah"
will be the theme of the presenta-
tion* to lie made by Donald Artel-
man, director of Camp Ramah at
various synatjo^tios in the Greater
Miami area and at conferences
for teachers and laymen, from
Friday, Jan. 28 through Tuesday,
Feb. 1.
Camp Raniah, the Hebrew
speaking camp >f the Conserva-
tive Movement, has been termed
by many educators as the most
successful program in Jewish edu-
cation in the last two decades. The
first Ramah camp was fo'in.'ed in
Wisconsin in 1947. and since that
time hundreds of rabbis, teach-
ers, cantors nnd Jewish social serv-
ice workers have come from its
ranks.
Mr. Adelman. who hps served
as director of Cnmp Ramah in
Glen Spey for the past five years.
and as director of Ramah in Can-
ada for two previous years, will
describe the program of the camp
through films arid taix's and in
individual conferences with par-
"iits and interested campers rec-
ommended by their individual |
synagogues.
Mr. Ac'clman will speak on Kri-
ia;. Jan. 28. at a seminar spon- i
sored by the Korean of Jewish
Education for the Hebrew teach-
ers of Greater Miami. He will dis-1
cuss "Integration of Formal anil
Informal Education" and '('late'
the programs of Ramah to foimall
Jewish education.
On Shabbat morning, Jan. 29. i
he wil! speak at the annual con- j
secration exercises of Tempi'" Ner
Tamid.
Rabbi KilK<"ne Labovitz will pre- I
sent him to the first i;rade stur!'-nt~
and their parents.
On Sunday, Mr. Adelman will
address the first annual Leader-
ship Training Institute of the
Southeast Region of United Syna- :
uogue a4 a.hmchi'on session, an '
speak on "Informal and Formal
Programming in the Synagogue
School and Youth Departments"
in the afternoon workshops. He
will meet at the Beth Torah con-
gregation with students and par-
ents in the North Pade area, Sun-
day evening. Jan, 30, and on Mop-
day will be at Temple Sinai, Holly-
wood, for interested campers from
Broward county.
Mr. Adelman will conclude his
stay in the Miami area Tuesday |
evening at Temnlc Menorab. and ,
will also have the opportunity to I
address the students of the Irving ;
Lehrman Day School.
Further information about Campl
Raniah may be secured from the '
United Synagogue office
Dr. Rebecca L is wood Will Be
Psychiatrist and marriage coun-
selor Dr. Rebecca Lisuoo will be
the featured speaker when Aviva
Group. Miami Chapter of Kada -
>ah Pieols at S p.m. Tuesday in
the King's Ray Country Club.
14401 S\V 62nd A\e. Mrs. Ha \ j
Friedman will preside: Mr* Ar-
thur Berk is program chairman.
Dr. LiSWOOd, who will speak on
"Human Sexuality and Famll i:
Aviva Group's Guest Speaker
latlons," i- currently v ruti\ di-
rectoi ol the Mai riage i'
Service of Greater New York and
a iunct professor at tdelphl Uni-
vpi ly, tea< bin-: n an iage ;uirt
child care cours -. She i- i!> < ;i i-
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A Mai riago I >ocJo S] eaks I i-i
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Religious Zionists Install
And Celebrate Tu B'Shevat
The Greater Miami Region, Re- j
ligioUS Zionists of America, will j
meet at 8 p.m. Sunday, Jan. .".0. in '
the Washington Federal, 1234 I
Washington Ave., it has been an-
nounced.
The evening's program will in-(
elude a celebration of the holiday
of Tu B'Shvat, the Jewish Arbor |
Day which is marked by the plant- j
ing of trees, flowers and fruit. Is-
raeli movies, eantorial music and
the installation of new officers
and directors. Refreshments wil'
include fruits from Israel.
Panel Discussing
'Heart Surgery'
Retired jockey Kddie Arearo
will join a panel of distinguished
physicians in the field of cardio-
vascular medicine to discuss
"Heart Surgery. 1972" at Heart
Association of Greater Miami at
7:.'10 p.m. Monday in the Miami
Beach Auditorium.
Moderator of the Forum will
be Dr. Arthur L. Kaufman, a car-
diologist who is a vice president
Of the Heart Association and past
< hairman of its Speakers' Bureau.
The four physician panelists are: I
Dr. DeWitt C. Daughtry; Dr.
Richard A. Ellas; Dr. Parry B.
Larsen, and Dr. David A. Nathan,
president of Hie Heart Assn. The
doctors will be accompanied by
actual patients who will describe
their experiences with heart sur-
gery, according to Dr. Kaufman.
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Friday, January 21, 1972
Essens Named Chairman, Rabbi Shlomo Hecht
Cochairman Of Division
Ben Essen and his son Richard.
Loth of whom are prominent
Miami attorneys, have been named
chairman and cochairman of the
Residence and High-Rise Division
of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration's 1972 Combined Jewish
Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund
campaign, according to Harry A.
Levy, general campaign chairman.
"In 1971, the Residence and High-
P.ise Division raised approximately
S2.400.000. and I am confident,
that with Ben and Richard Essen
loading the High-Rise Division,
our campaign will reach new
heights." Mr. Levy stated. "The
campaign is honored, and I feel
personally priviledged. knowing
that the Essens have taken on
this resiwnsibility."
In commenting on his appoint-
ment. Ben Essen declared, "we
must reach out to the many thou-
sands of persons in Greater Miami
and relate the role and needs of
the Federation and its annual
CJA-IEF campaign.
"Our goal for 1972." he con-
tinued, "must be greater than it
has ever been. With peace still
eluding the people of Israel more
than four and a half years after
the Six-Day War, and with the
enormous costs of defending their
land, it has become impossible for
Israel to continue supporting the
thousands of immigrants arriving
' each year and its humanitarian
end social welfare programs."
Richard Essen commented that
Federation's campaign is multi-
faceted. "It is concerned with the
problems of children and youth
in Miami, and those of our aged,
who are growing in numbers each
year. And we shall continue to
be concerned with the needs of
Jews in our country, in Israel and
In some 30 other European coun-
tries, Asian and African nations.
"This is why it is so vital that
the 1972 CJA-IEF campaign ach-
ieve its goal." he said. "It is not
merely enough to recognize the
future needs and problems and
possible crises. The Federation
must have the resources available
to meet them."
Both Ben and Richard have
frequently had roles in the CJA-
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Ben Essen, a past president of
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oi the 18th Masonic District of
Florida, as a Trustee of the Hillel
Foundation, and director of the
.National Childrens" Cardiac Hos-
pital. Mr. Essen, a director of the
Fidelity National Bank of South
Miami, is associated with his son.
in the practice of law under the
name of Essen & Essen.
Richard Essen, a former Assis-
j tant State Attorney, is a Past
Master of the Hibiscus Masonic
Lodge and has been involved for
the past few years in the High-
Rise Division, serving as the guest
speaker at a number of significant
events on behalf of the Jewish
community. A member of the
Board of Directors of the Florida
Regional Board of the Anti-De-
i Initiation League, he is a vice
president of the Goldcoast Lodge
of B'nai B'rith.
Sisterhood Luncheon
Beth Kodesh Sisterhood lunch-
eon meeting was to be held in the
auditorium of the temple, 1101 SW
12th Ave., at noon Thursday, ac-
I cording to an announcement made
| by Mrs. Herman Slepian, president.
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Rabbi Shlomo Hecht, spiritual
leader of Congregation Anshei
Lubavitch and Warsaw Bikur
Cholim of Chicago, will be the
keynote speaker at the Neshei
U'bnos Chabad Convention ban-
quet. The event, which will be
the highlight of the week-end con-
clave, will take place at noon
Sunday. Feb. 13 in the Waldman
Hotel, Miami Beach.
Rabbi Hecht, who has made
lecture tours to Israel, the British
Isles, Scotland and other Euro-
pean countries, is the director of
the Merkos LTnyonei Chinuch in
Chicago. He is heard on three
radio programs weekly. "Torah In
The Home," "Shabat Shalom" and
"Die Velt Derzeilt."
Persons desiring further in-
formation concerning the conven-
tion are invited to call Mrs. David
Shapiro or Mrs. Sholom Lipskar.
Dr. Morris Gross
Seminar Speaker
Dr. Morris Gross, clinical psy-1
chologist, Jewish educator, and i
author of books and articles on ;
the Jewish child and teenager, :
spoke before the first Day School i
Teachers' Seminar sponsored by
the Bureau of Jewish Education I
this week in the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation building.
Dr. Gross who has been meeting
v.ith teenagers of the Bureau's
Judaica High School, discussing
with them relevant problems and
issues affecting them, is Professor j
of the Lehman College of the
City of New York and a consult-
ant, to the Board of Jewish Edu-
cation of New York, in addition to
his private practice.
Retirees To Meet Thursday
Retirees of New York District
65 will meet Tuesday at 1 p.m.
in the American Savings and Loan
Association, 1200 Alton Rd. Form-
er Mayor Jay Dermer will be the
guest speaker.
Gingolds To Receive
Israel's Shalom Award
The Labor Zionist Farband
Pioneer Women held a special
meeting this week to make plans
for the annual Labor Zionist-Far-
band Pioneer Women-Israel Din-
ner of State where Miriam and
Bernard Gingold will be the re-
cipients of the coveted State of
Israel Shalom Award, according
to an announcement made by
Michael Litvak, director of Israel
Bonds.
Mr. and Mrs. Gingold will be
saluted at this special event for
their many years of devoted serv-
ice to Israel. The Gingolds began
their personal campaign for Israel
Bonds at its inception in 1951.
Mrs. Gingold was city chairman
of Pioneer Women and chairman
of the Israel Bond drive for the
city of Chicago for 11 years. Mr.
Gingold was vice president and
lepresentative of Farband to the
Bonds Committee in Chicago and
representative of the Board of
Governors in Chicago and Los
Angeles.
Mayor John V. Lindsay To
Speak At YMHA Thursday
Mrs. Irving Wexler, chairman
Of the YM-YWHA of Greater
Miami's Public Affairs Committee,
has announced that Mayor John
V Lindsay of New York City
will speak at the CCentral 'Y,'
8500 SW 8th St., Thursday, Jan.
27, at 8:00 p.m.
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the \AJoman s lAJorla
Friday, January 21, 1972
Page 5-B
Trustee Luncheon Raises
$99,750 For CJA-IEF
Almost $100,000 was raised at
a special luncheon held recently
jit the Miami Beach home of Bea
rMfs. Richard V I-evy; The Trustee
Luncheon of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation Women's Divi-
sion brought together 18 women
irom throughout Dade County who
contributed a minimum of S5.000
to the 1972 Combined Jewish Ap-
peal-Israel Emergency Fund cam-
paign.
According to Norma (Mrs.
Jerome) Kipnis and Toby (Mis.
I eonsrd) Friedland, Women's
WVTsI oir*vicf flft'siflents for C!ffn-
I aign. a total of $99,750 was raised
compared to $45,200 these same
women contributed to last year's
campaign drive, ror a 121% in-
crease. To date, 33 Miamians have
become Trustees for the 1972
Women's Division campaign; the
-tc -d &
Toby (Mrs. Leonard) Friedland, (left) vice president of cam-
paign for the Greater Miami Jewish Federation Women's
Division, is shown at the trustee luncheon with Davida
(Mrs. Harry) Levy, chairman of Miami Beach Sponsors.
Bea (Mrs. Richard) Levy, (center) campaign coordinator for
Miami Beach who hosted the Greater Miami Jewish Fedaia-
tion Women's Division trustee luncheon, is flanked hy
Delcres (Mrs. Jack) Courshon, (left) and Nancy (Mrs. Joseph)
Kanter.
, goal is 50 Trustees for this year.
The Trustees i,uncneon culmi-
nated months of planning by the
Women's Division anrr was a spa*
' I'ial project of Norma Kipnis, who
was absent due to illness.
Decorations were carried out in
the gold and white theme of the
(lay. as were the unique invitations
to the affair, as well ns the little
gold matches with a s]>ecial "thank
you" printed in white. An arrange-
ment of fresh orchids was the
focal point of the table set tin1,':
each Trustee later received one
ot the special orchids.
Theodore Comet, Consultant for
Overseas Services of the Council
'.I Jewish Federations and Welfare
Funds in New York, commented
in the changing nature of the
Middle East conflict and pointed
out that the war has changed
from one where individuals and
their expertise were vital to ;;ri
electronics war run by computers
and missiles.
According to Mr. Comet, Israel's
main adversary is no longer Egypt
c nd the Arab world but the Soviet
Union, The only issue unifying
the Arab world is Israel, he de-
clared, and if the Middle East
conflict with Israel is to be re-
solved, the Arab nations must
first resolve their own conflict.
Pictured at the trustee luncheon where $5,000 was the mini-
mum contribution, are (from left) Gertrude (Mrs. Alexander)
Muss; Bunny (Mrs. Arthur) Horowitz, cochairman, benefac-
tors Miami Beach; Val (Mrs. Morton) Silberman and Mau-
reen (Mrs. Stephen) Muss.
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Mimi (Mrs. Bernard) Abel, Mrs. Lillian Brown and Florence
(Mrs. Harry) May, were three of the 18 women who attended
the trustee luncheon at the Levy's Miami Beach home.
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Friday. January 21. 1972
Mrs. Weintraub Heads Committee
Planning Anniversary Observance
< ''. Sydnej L. i Weln-
tWU 1 to heaci-
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iii. :,- 1 .;,. Israel
oi G ;:< i Miami's 50th anmver-
sarv :r \t Maj .
i i Kin tin ii.ii ol Mrs.
Weintraub, daughter ol Miami's
l:on : h fa nil) and the lii^t
Jewi li chikl born it: Ibe tVn-nev.
com ii M'ami, ti mp)e p <-
ic-n. Martin Fine also revealed
th.:i Di Cbariton M. Tebeau ha 1
: ) v. rite tin
biat S ith Florida's pioneei
Refi .. it#n which will
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of p-oc'ram- oommcnioratin1-; the
'ounding of Temple Israel. The
ii-; '.sill take place at a special
Friday evening worship sen ice
Jan. 28 when the generations of
pioneers and builders of the con-
en gation will be honored.
One of the highlights will be a
Friday owning service at the Dade
County Auditorium on April 7 in
cooperation with the University of
Miami's Music Department
Members of the planning com-
mittee, in addition to Mrs. Wein-
traub, an :
Hilliai i Avrutis. Dr. Sidn-y L.
Besvinick, David RUimborg, Elliott
D. Blumenthal, Walter LaVlgne, J.
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Howard A. Novell, Miss N'ancy
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M !'. ''' Russell, Mrs. Leo|>old
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The continuing quest for values
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Each lecture seeks to probe the
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First lecturer will be Dr. Sidney
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Friday, January 21, 1972
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Page 7-S
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Awarding the grand prize ribbon in the "Ship-a-Bcx" poster
contest to Caryn Wolf of 2080 NE 206th St., North Miami
Beach, are Zvi Berger, executive director of the Bureau of
Jewish Education, and Mrs. Philip Bloom, president of the
Greater Miami Section, National Council of Jewish Women.
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NCJW Posters Contest
Winners Announced
Rabbi Kahane Asks
For JDL Urn! Here
Rabbi Meir Kahane. Pounder
ol the Jewish Defense League,
made a one-day visit to Greater
.Miami this week, appealing to
vsrious audiences for a JDL chap-
ter's formation in South Florida.
The outspoken activist also sent
,-. so -called TnitlT StTnnd" to Dade
County to campaign against New
York Mayor John Lindsay and
credited the JDL with putting the
plight of Soviet Jewry on the
nont pages.
He spoke at meetings at Temple
Or Olom, the University of Miami
llillel House and Miami Beach
Senior High School. Kach of the
organizations emphasized that
they were not sponsoring Rabbi
Kahane's appearance, but pro-
viding a meeting place for free
expression of opinion.
Rabbi Kahane was enroute to
Israel where he will attempt to
address the World Jewish Con-
gress on the urgent need for
aliyah.
Prize winners in the "Shlp-a-
box" poster contest sponsored by
the Greater Miami Section, Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women
hi cooperation with the Bureau of
Jewish Education were announced
this week.
Caryn Wolf of 20S:,' NE 208th St.. |
North Miami Beach, a -tude't at
Temple Sinai Religious School, re-i
ceived the grand prize ribbon. A
serial prize for college went to
larry l'c'.tz. 17100 NE 14th Ave.,
North Miami Beach, a Beth Torah
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expressed their love and interest
for the Israelis through the poster
colitest which ha.", as its theme
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Other poster winners were De-
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Debbie Singer from Temple S nai,
who placed first, second an third
respectively; Judy Orovit/ and'
Maik I. ider. the first and second
place winners from Temple Israel; I
and Mona Kay, And:- a Goldberg
and Donna Whiten, first, second]
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After being displayed at the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
building and in a Jordan Marsh
window, the winning posters will
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Friday, January 21. 1972
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Blanche Brass and Helaine Lipinsky will present a dramatic
review of James Michener's book 'The Drifters" at Beth
David South, 7500 SW 120th St., Wednesday at 10 a.m. The
event, which will include a gourmet luncheon, is under the
chairmanship of Mrs. Albert Beer, (left) library chairman.
Sisterhood president Mrs. Norman Sholk, and Mrs. Manrue
Lubel, cultural vice president. Mrs. Joe Tanenbaum is serv-
ing as the Sisterhood's book review chairman.
'Family Supper' Sunday
Young Israel of Greater Miami
will have a family supper at the
synagogue. 990 N'E 171st St.. North
Miami Beach, Sunday at 6:30 p.m.
All new members will be guests;
members are urged to bring pros-
pective members.
Book Review by Mrs. Primak
Mrs. Sophie Primak will review J
"A Girl Called Judith." by Judith I
Strick Dribben at the regular j
meeting of Lincoln Chapter 1288 i
B'nai B'rith Women, in the 100 j
Lincoln Roai Clubroom Wednes-
day at 1 p.m.
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Wolfsons Host Dinner For
Scientists, Local Leaders
Col. and Mrs. Mitchell Wolfson
hosted a dinner at their home this
week for community leaders and
some 166 scientists from 22 na-
tions here to attend the ninth
annual Conference on Fundamen-
tal Interactions at High Energy
at the University of Miami si>on-
sored by the L'-M Center for
Theoretical Studies directed by
Dr. Berhram Kursunoglu.
Nobel Laureates PAM. Dirac.
Julian Scbwinger, Robert Hof-
stadter and Lars Onsager were
among those attending the sessions
chaired by Prof. Edward Teller
of the University of California.
Prof. M. A. E. Beg of Rockefeller
University, and Prof. M. Gold-
berger of Princeton University.
The five-session conference in-
cluded one on "Cosmic Evolution"
and one on 'Constructive Field
Theory."
.Monthly Birthday I
Party At Jewish
Home For Aged
Greater Miami Women's Auxi- ;
ban,-. Jewish Home for the Aged,
will host its monthly birthday
party at Douglas Gardens, 151 NE I
51st St.. Sunday at 1:30 p.m. Mrs. ,
Lawrence Silverman. president of .
(the auxiliary, will greet and wel-
come guests-
.
A viewing of the "Rose Schloss- :
man Tree of Life" plaque in the
Larry and Shari Silverman Health
Center a memorial to the
cherished Rose Schlossman and
family who gave generous contri-
butions to the Home's capital
fundswill include a brief eulogy
by Mrs. Joseph Dave.
The residents' birthday party
will be hosted by Anne and Max
Greenberg in honor of the mar-
, riage of their grandaughter, Berna
Spector. Mrs. Louis Makovsky,
program chairman, has arranged
a musical program featuring Irv-
ing Pietrack and his orchestra.
Women's Division Tribute
At JHA Auxiliary Brunch
The Greater Miami Women's
Auxiliary, Jewish Home for the
Aged, will hold its brunch meet-
ing Tuesday noon in the Rubaiyat
Room of the Algiers Hotel.
The program in tribute to the
i Women's Division of the Jewish
! Federation will feature as guest
I speakers, Mrs. Irving Wexler and
I Mrs. Leonard Friedland, according
to Mrs. Louis Makovsky, program
j chairman. Mrs. Lawrence Silver-
i man, president, will welcome the
I members and guests.
Sunshine Chapter Meeting
"Sunshine Chapter, B'nai B'rith
Women, will meet Tuesday at
12:30 p.m., in the Club Rooms of
the Washington Federal, 633 NE
167th St. After a short business
i meeting, the film "Boy In The
I Doorway," about BViai B'rith's
I 'i -nan's Home in Bellefaire.
1 hk>, will be shown. Sylvia (Mrs.
I Leon i Keller, associate president,
v.ill conduct the meeting.
Hadassah Groups
A number of Miami Beach Chap-
ter of Hadassah groups have an-
nounced plans for meetings during
the coming wee Henrietta Szold Group will hold
an Eye-Bank luncheon and card
party Monday noon at the Algiers
Hotel. Mrs. Hanna Friedman will
preside: Elsie Goldberg is chair-
man of the day.
Lincoln Group's Eye-Bank and
Blue Box bruncheon will be held
Monday noon at the Algiers Hotel.
Mrs. Anne Levy will preside; guest
speaker will be Mrs. Sherman
Fast, president of the Miami
Peach Chapter of Hadassah.
Vocalist Marif (Mrs. Henry L.i
Kalaban will entertain.
Plaza 800 Group will hold an
Eye-Bank and card party lunch-
eon at noon on Monday in the
recreation room of 800 West Ave.
Mrs. Joseph We Is will preside. Ad-
Pioneer Women
Plan Meetings
Golda Meir Chapter of Pioneer
Women will hold a regular meet-
ing Wednesday noon at the Wash-
ington Federal, 1234 Washington
Ave. Guest speaker will be Leon
Goldberger; Katnerine Lippman
will preside. .
The Club 1 luncheon honoring
Mrs. Tillie Rabinowitz will be spon-
sored by her brother, Harry- Dolin,
Wednesday, noon at the Raleigh
Hotel, 1777 Collins Ave. Mrs. So-
phie Krantz is luncheon chairman.
The musical program has been
planned by Mrs. Esther Weinstein.
Eilat Chapter will celebrate Tu
B'Shevat (J.N.F.) at its meeting
Tuesday at 7:30 pjn. in the Wash-
ington Federal. 1234 Washington
Ave. Ida Kovalsky will bo in
charge of entertainment.
Announce Plans
mission is two eye banks or
equivalent. Tickets may be pur-
! chased for guests.
Mrs. Ben Zeigmund will preside
' at the Herri Group luncheon meet-
; ing Monday noon in the Algiers
i Hotel. The skit Laughter In Is-
: rael" will be presented by mem-
Lers of the group.
Esther Group will meet Tues-
day at 12:30 p.m. in the auditor-
. ium of the Financial Federal, 755
[ Washington Ave. Mrs. Louis
1 Lundy will preside; Leona Meisel
Ruslin will speak on the topic:
' "I knew Hemietta Szold."
Kadima Group's card party will
be held Tuesday at the Manhat-
tan Towers, 6770 Indian Creek Dr.
Mrs. Louis Neleber will preside.
; Tickets may be purchased at the
uoor.
Sophie Tucker Group is con-
ducting a cake and food .sale on
Wednesday. Mrs. Samuel Leftoff
will preside. For information, call
Emma Bittman.
Sally Rosenthal Engaged
To Marry Gordon Kramer
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Rosenthal
of St. Louis, Mo., announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Sally, to Gordon M. Kramer, the
sen of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey E.
Kramer of Palm Island, Miami
Beach.
Miss Rosenthal is a senior at
Brar3ey .College in Peoria, 111.,
-vhere she will graduate in May.
Mr. Kramer graduated from the
University of Miami and is pres-
ently associated with the Applied
Synthetics Corp. in St. Louis.
The wedding will take place
June 20 in St. Louis.
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Iris Katz. Bradd J. Silver Exchange Vows
ris, the daughter of Mr.
Irvin W. Katz, 800 NE
, North Miami Beach, ex-
For her wedding, the bride wore
a gown of silk organza, with a
Chantilly lace bodice and detach-
able chapel length train edged with
matching Chantilly lace. Her veil
was of bouffant illusion with
matching C.antilly lace and seed
pearls.
The bride's sister, Jaclyn Katz.
was maid of honor and the brides-
maids included the three sisters of
the bridegroom, Linda, Jane an.'-
Ann Silver, and Gayle Martin.
Stuart Silver served as his broth-
ers >^st nan: n-hTs include! tin-
bride's brother, Jason Katz, Jona-
than Bernstein, Stephen Blank
and Roger Russell.
The bride, a graduate of Miami
Norland Senior High School, at-
tends the University of North
Carolina, Chapel Hill. Her husband,
a graduate of Andrew Ward High
School, Fairfiel:', attends the Uni-
versity of North Carolina also. Fol-
lowing their graduation in May.
they plan to ltve in Atlanta, while-
he continues his medical studies at
Emory University; I.rrs. Silver will
be teaching.
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Joel Silver, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Bennett N. Silver of Fairfield,
Conn., on Sunday. Jan. 2, at the
. Fontainebleau Hotel. Dr. Irving
Lehrman performed the ceremony,
which was followed by a reception
and dinner.
17611 NE 3rd Ave., will celebrate
their golden wedding anniversary
this weekend. Married Jan. 22,
1922 in Baltimore. Md., they have
been residents of Miami for the
past 18 years. After living in the
southwest area they moved to
North Miami Beach in 1957.
Both Ann and Jack have been
active in Jewish and community
f.ffairs. Mr. Goldberg, who is
presently employed as credit
manager of Daryl Corp., Is a Past
Chancellor of a Knights of Pythias
lodge in Baltimore and a Mason.
Mrs. Goldberg, a past president
of Sunshine Chapter, B'nai B'rith
Women, is also a member of
Hadassah, Herzl Group. They are
Goldbergs Mark 50th Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. Jack D. Goldberg. members of Temple Adath Ycs-
iiiirun Congregation.
Friends and relatives will honor
the couple at a cocktail and din-
ner party hosted by their children,
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Gold-
berg and Mr. and Mrs. Murray
Skup Saturday at the Americana
Hotel. Present will be the Gold-
bergs' seven grandchildren, Robert
and Carole Goldberg, Mark Skup,
Nancy Goldberg and David Skup,
Mr. and Mrs. Alan Goldberg, and
students at Florida State Univer-
sity who will fly home to join the
celebration.
Mr. Goldberg's mother, who re-
sides in Baltimore, is unable to
attend, due to a hip injury. Guests
from Baltimore will include Ann's
sister, Mrs. Hyman P. Miller, and
Jack's sister and brother-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Sweren.
Ann's brother and sister-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Rose of
Miami, will also be among the
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*Jewi$ti Morid/far?
Serendipity j
by Sally Spaet i
T\to happy people wircllctio Cummissioner. Ales, G'>'' hia Sally when he received the Centennial Celebration Award from the
Dean of Boston University Law School at a reception and dinner for
alumnae at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Dean Paul Siskind said some
Very kind things about Alex when he bestowed the honor. It must be
a great feeling to be remembered by your Alma Mater when it cele-
brates its 100th anniversary, and it's a night to remember for Sally
and Alex.
Dr. Haro'.d Rand and Goldie hosted a Bon Voyage dinner party
at their home for Goldie'fl sister, Sylvia, and her husband. David
Drearies. David and Sylvia are leaving for Hong Kong to visit their
daughter. Sue. her husband, Burton Kitain, and their three children.
trip wi!h Stop-OVi rs In Hawaii and Tokyo for the Droanes. The family
party gave Go Ui sister and brother-in-law, Ruth and Ted Natelson
and her brother, Sidney Goldman, and intimates an opportunity to
say their goo '-';-.
When Evelyn and Arthur Lowell tco-owners of the Seville Hotel)
cdebated their 25th anniversary, it \.a- a super-duper reception and
dinner. The silver and white theme of the floral decorations and the
beautiful we iie cake rew oh's and ah's from the guests. They have
a laree family living here, so everyone knew everyone and it was
a warm, happy party.
Sapporo, Japan, site of the 1072 Winter Olympics, is the early
February destination of Don Kaplan of Miami Beacn, who will take
in part of the winter games there. Don Ls a skiing enthusiast.
Everyone's good friend, Zelda i Mrs. Philip) Thau of the Crystal
House, had a freak acci 'on! this week, and was hospitalized overnight.
Zelda relaxes b> swimming every day and bicycling. Riding her hike
up the ramp in the apartment, she braked to avoid a car, and fell,
breaking her right Brm in two places. Luckily, her sister and brother-
in-law have flown in and will be with her. She's a good sport about
it, and happy that's -lie's home and in one piece.
Emily and l)i Mark Clrlin, who just returned from a 10-day cruise
aboard the "Nleuw Amsterdam" visited the Islands of Aruba, Mar-
i, St. Thomas, -St. John as well as Caracas. There were several
Dade Countians aboard, including .Margaret and George Stearn, Dr.
and Mrs. Sussman of Miami Beach and Mr. and Mrs. Barnes of Coral
Gabies. They enjoyed excellent weather and found the ship to be
super deluxe.
Lily 'Mi.. Alfred) Stone, Florida coordinator, and Pearl (Mrs.
llymam Kolko president of the Hatikvah Chapter, both members ol
the national board of Mizrachl Women's Organization of America,
were named candidates for .legates to the 28th World Zionist Con-
gress convening in Israel this week. This was an honor they both
deserved as they are dedicated workers for Mizrachi. Mizrachi, an
independent organization within the Religious Zionist Movement, has
built and maintained an extensive network of children's villages, com-
prehensive higii schools, settlement houses and community centers in
Israel, and condu Its a vigorous program of self-education for its mem-
bership in the U.S.
Rae Hammerman gave an intimate dinner party at the Algiers
Hotel Saturday, to celebrate her husband Ben's birthday.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR
11IHTOK. The JewMl Fioridiun:
Our community has once again !
U'en seized by concern, fear, an-
ger, and down-right prejudice. We
are properly concerned for our ,
children's safety, for their better '
i ducation, for their welfare. But
we must also discipline ourselves
to look beyond the surface of our
teaTs" and angers and to the larger
problems.
In recent years we have been
realizing, much to the dismay of
many of us. that educational sys-
tems are not always what they j
seem. Anil can we forget that
poor and black children have often
l Moreover, we cannot surely l>e-
lieve that our safer, nearer, whiter
schools will be any better in the
long run if our nation remains :
divided, separated and unequal. ;
Surely we ought to know by now
i hat history and life catch up with
us and if not with us, with !
our children and grandchildren. |
We may try to secure ourselves
against winds today, but we or
our posterity may reap the
whirlwind tomorrow.
In the name of our Jewishness,
in the name of our Americanism
and the American dream which
we Jews particularly have shared,
J plead for calmness, for reason,
and for some spark of idealism.
Our faith, our integrity, but more
than these, the very welfare of the
children we love and in whose
name we often turn fearful and
vengeful, demand it.
I)K. JOSEPH K. XAROT
BabU,
Temple Israel of Greater .Miami
Mrs. Billie Kern To Attend
Orlando Council of Presidents
Mrs. Billie Kei n, president of
the National Jewisn War Veterans
of the United States Ladies Auxi-
liary, will represent the national
office at the Count I! of Presidents
meeting at Disney World, Or-
lando, this weekend.
The meeting has been eailed
by U.S. Secretary John Volpe,
Department of Transportation.
Main discussion will be "Problems
of our Highways."
Local 1199 Meets Thursday
Members and friends are invited
to attend a meeting to be held by-
Local 1199, retired members of the
Flori a Group Drug and Hospital
Division, Thursday at 1 p.m. in
the American Savings & Loan
Bank, 1200 Alton Rd.
One of the truly great ladies in our town was honored by the
Rhcda Levine chapter of Fight For Sight at their luncheon recently.
Rena (Mrs. Edward W.) Broidy, the honorary life president, was given
a tribute.
When Bess and Howard Miller of Bay Harbor Isles knew that
their family would be together for the holidays, they planned a New
Year's party for about 100 of their friends. Flying in from California
were their son, Ronald, his wife, Sheila and the baby, and their daugh-
ter ami SOn-Ul-law, Their sons, Gary and his wife, and Michael, came
down from Ft. Lauderdale. The midnight supper party was gay with
an accordionist encouraging guests to sing.
Bessie (Mrs. Harry) Goldstein, friend of governors, mayors, judges
and other politicos; and active in marry charitable and senior citizens'
clubs, knows the way to a man's heart.
Sunday night, as hostess to a dinner for the officers of the Bis-
cayne Democratic Club, she displayed her agility with pans, food and
stove, serving rtalicktus gefulte fish, potato pancakes with applesauce,
and out-of-thU-world cake, all made with her own little hands.
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three of its artists, Carol Fryd, Freda T'schumy and Harriet Lefcowitz,
last week. These serious, talented local artists are members of "The
Continuum," a cooperative gallery on W. 51st St., Miami Beach. Plans
are underway for another show on Feb. 2 when Annamae Levinson,
Myra Lehr and Peggy Gordon will have a viewing of their work.
Joan (Mrs. Louis) Baron, president of the Mt. Sinai Hospital
Garden Club, will be the instructor at the last workshop session of
the combined Miami Beach Garden Clubs at 10 a.m. Tuesday in the
Miami Beach Garden and Conservatory.
Mrs. Baron will comonstrate the art of making dough flowers,
ceramic or bisque-like. She will supply the material but participants
should bring their own containers or vases. There is a small fee for
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Israel's former Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion, (left) ac-
cepts an ambulance from Mr. and Mrs. Mark D. Soroko of
Bal Harbour, at ceremonies in Sde Boker sponsored by the
Magen David Adorn, Israel's Red Cros3 service. Residents
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Teachers' Seminar Program
The first lecturer in the
urea' of Jinvish Kducat ion's an-
ifll smWfcir piotriu*!1 Wtf* 4cac-h-
s wi.l be Mrs. Fradle Frieden-
:ich, consultant on Teaching
.ethods ami materials of the
merican Association for Jewish
ducaiion.
Mrs. Frei lenreich has held vaii-
is positions in Canada and the
nitett States in Judaic and gen-
ial studies in day schools, after-
ion schools, and Sunday schools
ingini* from teacher, department
oad and principal curriculum co-
rdinator.
For several years, Mrs. Freiden-
oich was professor in the DcPaul
Jvtversity Graduate School of
Education. She has had Jewish
?ampi: g experience on all levels
md has worked with the various
otologies in Jewish education.
Mrs. Freideiueich will meet the
ifternoon Hebrew teachers on Fri-
!ay: Monday evening, she will
ieel the day school teachers. On
"uesday, she will lead a session
.ith teachers involved in Jewish
arly childhood education, and on
Wednesday will discuss curriculum
lanning with the educational
luectors ol Oaile and Broward
Jewish schools.
The session with pre-school
trachers will be he'd at Temple
.ulath Yeshurun's BOtoCjL All other
seminars will be held ill the Great-
ci Miami Jewish Federation builil-
lig, 4200 Biscayne Blvd.
Mrs. Freidenreich comes to
Miami as part of the Field Service
ol the National Curriculum Re-
search Institute of the American
Association for Jewish Kducation.
Topic Is 'The Jewish Poor'
"The Jewish Poor" will be the
subject of discussion at the "Cof-
fee, Culture and Conversation"
program at 10:30 a.m. in Temple
Beth Sholom, James S. Knopke,
chairman of the program, an-
nounces. Mrs. Naomi Levine, the
speaker, is national director of
the Commission on Urban Affairs
of the American Jewish Congress.
Medical Ethics Is Topic
Rabbi Barry Tacachnikoff will
liscuss "Medical tthirs" at the
Spinoza Forum Thursday. Jan. 27,
at Id a.m. at Washington Federal,
1234 Washington Ave., Miami
Beach.
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KENNETH FREIMARK
Kenneth Charles, the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Benjamin Freimark w il!
celebrate his Bar Mitzvah Satur-
day, Jan. 22. at Congregation B'nal
Raphael.
Kenneth attends N i 'land Junior
High School, where he is a mem
be: of the band. He is a student at
Congregation B'nai Raphael and
live in the U.S.Y.
Mr and Mrs. Freimark will host
the Kiddush after services, and a
iv. ption at their home In the
ev i ing.Guests will include Ken-
in th'S grandparents, Mr. and Mrs
Benny Lofton of Brooklyn, N'.Y.
an 1 a great aunt and uncle, Mr
an i Mrs. Hyman Lofton of Ja
in. lea, N.Y.
to & -to
MAKC A. SBLTMAN
.orating his Bar Mitzvah for
th.> second time. Marc Allen, the
on of Dr. and Mrs. Herbert K.
Seltman. 1641 SW 85th Ct., will
be called to the To-ah Saturday.
Jan. 22. at Tomplo Or Olom. Marc
and his family travelrd to Israel
last month: he became Bar Mitz-
vah Doc. 18 at the Wailing Wall.
Marc, an eighth grader at West
Miami Junior High School, p'ays
Khoury League baseball and bas-
ketball, and is a member of Tem-
ple Or Olom's choir. He will eon
tinUfl his studies in the Hebrew
School of Temple Or Olom.
Dr. and Mrs. Seltman will host
Th, Oneg Shabbat and Kiddush in
Their son's honor. A reception wi'l
take place at their home after the
- .ices. Among th" many rela-
tives attending will be Marc's
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex
Seltnjfin and M-s. M ilie Krutel.
and his aunt and uncle. Dr. and
Mrs. Morton Seltman of Pitts-
burgh. Pa.
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ISAAC ARBER
Isaac, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Abraham Arber, will become a
Bar Mitzvah at Temple Monorah
Saturday morning, Jan. 22.
The celebrant is n student at
Nautilus Junior High Sihool,
where he is in the eighth grade.
A reception will be held in the
Edeh Roc Hotel Sunday. Jan. 23.
in honor of the occasion.
a ft &
LCTJ5 BRAMBIER
Lyle Brambier. the son of Mi-
an' Mrs. Robert Brambier. will be
called to the Torah to c
his Bar Mitzvah Saturday, Jan.
22. at Temple Beth Tov.
The celebrant is an eighth
gr ade student at West Miami Jun-
ior High School.
The Oneg Shabbat Friday eve
Ding and the Kiddush following the
services will be hosted in Lyle's
honor.
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GORDON, JEFFREY S5IIMINER
Gordon and Jeffrey, twin sons of
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Shuminer.
will be called to the Torah to ob-
serve their Bar Mitzvah Saturday.
Jan. 22. at Beth Torah Congrega-
tion.
Both Jeffrey and Gor'on are
seventh-grade students at the He-
brew Academy, and play football
with the North Dado Optimist
League.
Their parents will sponsor the
Kiddush following the services and
a reception and rinner at the Doral
Beach Hotel in their honor. Great-
hdmothers Mrs. Bessie Rosen-
tfeld and Mrs. Ray Levy, maternal
grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Mor-
ris Rosenfeld of Miami, and pater-
nal grandmother Mrs. Sarah Le-
vine of New Jersey will be guests.
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The Coronet Hotel, a Miami
Beach oceanfront-resort at 2G01
Collins Aye., operaies on,a strictly
' kosher basis', provicftig family'-typp
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Completely air-con "itioned and
I heated, it is located in the heart
i of downtown Miami Beach, and
managed by Charles Ackerman,
Formerly of the Kenmore Hotel,
I who reports that there have been
I many recent improvements to the
j hotel. "Just to mention a few," he
' -aid, "there are new air condition-
! ers and heating units, now tele-
visions, and many of the 180 rooms
have been refurbished."
Two meals are servo5 daily in
,' the oceanfront Crystal dining
i n. Carefully planned menus
are catered to all diets strictly
kosher under the rabbinical
supervision of a mashgiach on the
premises, Only glatt kosher meats
are served.
Circus Opening Wednesday
In M.B. Convention Hall
Mail orders are now being ac-
eesjrp* y*Th*MlMi-.^eadm Jbn-
vention Hall box ofticc for choice
Kenneth Freimark
Lecture, Poetry, Music
L. Lasavin will lecture on
"The Jew in the Diaspora j
An Enigma to the World"
at the David Pinski Club
Oneg Shabbos in the Ida Fisher
School cafeteria. 1450 Drexel Ave.,
Friday at 8 p.m. Israel Citrin will j
read selections from Itzik Man- I
ger's "Chumesh" poem; music will |
lie provided by Hilda Zueker, ac-
companied by mandolinist Paul
Yanovsky.
Jo Amur To Be Featured
At Oholei Torah Banquet
Jo Amar, Israeli and American
singer, who began his career as
a cantor in Morocco at the age
of 14. will be featured at the fifth
annual scholarship banquet of the
Oholei Torah Day School, Daniel
Rotter, dinner chairman, has an-
nounced.
The banquet, which will be held
Sunday, Feb. 20, at the Sheraton
Four Ambassadors Hotel, is the
major fund-raising effort of the
school year and provides scholar-
ships for more than 100 Jewish
boys and girls who would not
otherwise be able to obtain an in-
tensive Jewish education.
Annual 'Study Kallah9
At Camp Owaissa Bauer
The South Florida sub-region of
United Synagogue Youth will hold
its annual Study Kallah this week-
end at Camp Owaissa Bauer.
The theme of the weekend is
'The Book of Esther" as part of
USY's yearly study theme of "The
Five Magillot." Marc I-oeb of New
York will be the educator in resi-
dence.
This Kallah is designed for the
more serious minded USY member
and only those who are deeply in-
volved in Judaic study and Sabbath
observances an? motivated to at-
tend, Mario Ginzburg of Temple
Menorah, Miami Beach, chairman
of this event reported.
Special guest for the Kallah
will be David Morris of St. Peters-
burg, Southeast Region USY presi-
dent.
USY is the teenage arm of the
United Synagogue of America with
Regional headquarters in Coral
Gables. Marshall Baltuch is Re-
gional youth director; Judg>> Ar-
thur Win ton of Beth Torah Con-
gregation, North Miami Beach.
serves as chairman of the South
Florida Youth Commission.
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Twenty-seven Internationally,
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Charly Baumann's world-fan- j
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Five new production spcct.i. los,
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'argest circus, and Richard B
stow, the show's stager-direct.
scats for the 102nd edition of Ring-
ling Bros. Barnum & Bailey Cir-
cus. The all-new circus will open
Post-Auxiliary Social Set
Jewish War Veterans Post and
Auxiliary No. 723 will hold
>ocial party at the Washing!
Federal. 1133 Normandy Dr.,
Miami Beach. Sunday evening,
Auxiliary president Rose Ljsansky
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Foundation Gr. Miami
JUDGE ZEV W. KOGAN
Pres. JNF
Southern Reg.
RABBI MAYER ABRAMOWITZ
JNF Chairman
Exec. Bd., Gr. Miami
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*Je**ist HcridRan
Friday, January 21, 1972
Jerome Cavell, 52, Civic,
Jewish Communal Leader
Jerome Cavell, 52, a resident was sales manager for I.T.&T.'s
01 17900 NE 10th Ave., North Lustra Lighting Co. here. He is
Miami Beach since 1958. passed survived by his wife. Esther; four
daughters. Tova Cavell. Susie
( avell and Leah Goldberg of
Miami, and Dolores Kiberi Starr
of New York; his brother, David;
two sisters, Lillian Ulrich and
Heat rice Schwimmer of New
York, and five grandchildren.
Services were held Friday in
1 cvitt Memorial Chapel; inter-
ment followed in Lakeside Mem
I orial Park.
JEROME CAVUL
fiway Wednesday, Jan. 12, in
Mount Sinai Hospital after a brief
illness.
An active leader in Greater
Miami's Jewish community, Mr.
Cavel! was a member of Beth
Torah Congregation and Harmony
Lodge, B'nai B'rith. He partici-
pated in the Israel Bonds drives,
was a former chairman of the
Combined Jewish Appeal and had
si i ved as president of the South-
cast Region of the National Fed-
eration of Jewish Men's Clubs.
Mr. Cavell, a former member
of the North Miami Beach Plan-
ning and Zoning Board and of the
Mayor's Advisory Committee, was
,i past president of the Windward
Manor Civic Association and had
served as vice president of the
Property Owners' Improvement
Association. He had also served
r-s chairman of the United Fund
c-nd was active in the Heart As-
sociation, ser- ing on its speakers'
bureau.
Mr. Cavell. who served in the
U.S. Navy during World War II.
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Bonnie Soltz, 18, is
Myasthenia Gravis
Victim In Israel
Bonnie F. Soltz, 18. a former
resident of Miami, who went to
Israel last September with her i
parents, died Saturday and was
buried Monday in Israel. She was
a victim of myasthenia gravis, a
rare condition which causes de-
terioration of the muscles in young '
poisons.
Bonnie, the daughter of Mr. ,
and Mrs. Gerald P. Soltx, was
a member of the National Honor
Society at Southwest Miami Sen-
ioi High School, and was awarded
. four-year scholarship to Georgia
I lech after her graduation last t
June.
Miss SoM/, who was among
the debutantes presented to the
Israeli ambassador a couple of
years ago at the annual ball in
Miami Beach, was a liff member
, of Hadassah and a past president
I ol Young Judaea. I'ntil her family
moved, she had also served as
I an advisor to a junior group of
Voting Judaeans. She was a mom-
l ber of Beth David Congregation. '
In addition to her father and
mother, Miss Soltz is survived by
l.cr brother, Howard, sisters, I.es- I
lie Beth and Alyssa, and her
; grandmother. Marian Soltz. all of
whom are in Israel, and her
| maternal grandmother, Dora
Worth of North Miami Beach.
The family may be temporarily .
addressed in care of Daniel Cravit, '
115 Haeschel St., Petuach Herzy- I
lia, Israel.
David White, 68, Houston
Editor And Publisher
HOUSTON (JTA) Services
were held here for David H. White j
editor and publisher of the Jewish j
I id aid Voice for 38 years, who
died Jan. 12 at the age of 68.
Mr. White was a foreign cor-!
rcs|x>ndent for the Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency in the 1930s, and j
since 1965 had been publisher of j
the Jewish Digest. At his death, !
Mr. White was in his ninth year'
;..- a vice-president of the National I
Jewish Welfare Board and was on
the lx>ard of the JTA.
LEGAL NOTICE
Services Held For
Benjamin Appell, 73
Benjamin ApixMl. 73. an active
worker in the Jewish community,
died Friday, Jan. 14. in Mt. Sinai
Hospital after a short illness. A
icsident of Florida since 1939, he
came from New York City.
Mr. Appell served as treasurer
ot the Jewish National Fund and
was one of the founders of the
Jewish Home for the Aged at
Douglas Gardens. A member of
Temple Emanu-El and Congrega-
tion Ohev Shalom, he was an
urdenl worker for the Hebrew-
Academy and Mt. Sinai Hospital.
Survivors include Ins wife,
Irene; his daughter, Mrs. Civie
Pertnoy, sister, Mrs. Hannah Os-
heroff, and nephew. Jerome Cohen,
of Miami Beach; his niece, Mrs.
Gerald Berkell of North Miami
Beach; four grandchildren, Sidney
Pertnoy, Ronald Pertnoy, Saudi
Pertnoy and Mrs. Lois Weingar-
den, and a great-grandson, Scott
Weingarden.
Funeral services took place Sun-
day at the Riverside Chapel; in-
terment was in Mt. Nebo Ceme-
tery.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 72-58
(FRANK B. DOWLING)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Tn RE: Batata of
REBECCA HELLERMAN
l keceased.
Tn All Creditors and All Person* Hav-
ing Claims nr Demands Against Bald
Estate:
Vitu are hereby notified and re-
quired t" present any claims ami de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of REBECCA HHI.l.HU-
MAN' deceased hue ol Dade County,
Florida io the County Judges of Dad'
County, ami file the same In duplicate
and as provided in Section 7::;; 16,
Florida Statutes, in their offices In
the County Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within six calendar
months from the lime of the first
publication hereof, or the same will
be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 5th
day of Jan.. A D. 1978.
ZEV W. KOGAN
BUI HELLERMAN
As Co-Executors
First publication of this notice on
the Mth day of January. IS72
CAIDIN, ROTHKNIlKItO. KOC-AN &
KORNBLUM
by: Zev vv. Kogan
Attorney for Zev VV. Kogan &
Eli Hellerman, Co-Executors
420 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach, Fla.
1/14-21-28 2 4
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOoi
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVE?
the undersign, d. desiring to eilgagi
business under the fictitious nnm. nf
KEITH T'lim REALTY "HOLDlMi
CORPORATION at 363 N W >; ,
Street, Miami. Florida intends tC n :
later aald name with the Clei
the circuit Court of Dads. I
Florida.
I BE RITTER,
President
DAVID M GONSHAK
Attorney for Applicant
1497 N.W. 7ih Street
Miami. Florida.,
1 14-21 -1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 72-70
in itF: Estate "f
I8RAEL Z1NKIN
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Bald
Estate:
You are hereby notified anil requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate of ISRAEL ZINKIN deceased late
of I lade County, Florida, In the Coun-
ty Judges of bade County, rind file
the same in duplicate and as provided
in Section Jtt.lt, Florida Statutes. In
their offices In the County Courthouse
in Dade County. Florida, within six
calendar months from the time of the
fit st publication hereof, or the same
will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, tins
day of January, A.D. 1972.
I i iris l H'BI.IN
ZEV \V. KOGAN
As Executors
First publication of this notice t
ih, 21st day of January, 1972
CAIDIN. ROTHENBERQ, KOGAN
K- KnliM'l I'M
By ZEV \v KOOAN
Attorneys for Executors
ZEV U KOOAN \- LOUIS DUBLIN
Miami Beach, Fla.
1 21-28 3 4-11
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 72-115
(FRANK B. DOWLINGi
NOTICE TO creditor;
In RE: Estate of
CELIA ZBIGBR
l deceased,
To All Creditors and All Peraoi
Ing claims or Demands Against Bald
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present an\ claims at d di
mands which you may have against
the estate of CKI.1A ZEIOER rt.
ceased late of flade County. Florid...
to the County Judges of Dade Count),
and fib- the same in duplicate and
provided In Section 738.10, Plorld.i
Statutes, in their offices in the Cou
ty Courthouse fn Dade County. Ft,,,-.
Ida, within six calendar months front
the time of the first publication her.,
of, or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, tb
day of January. A.D 1 !'T".
HARRY ZEIOER
At Executor
First publication of this ill
the L'l day of January, 1:<71'
MYERS. KAPLAN, PORTER,
I.EVINSON & KKNIN
Ity: Edwin M. Oinsburg
Attorney for Executor
Suite :I4 115(1 S.W. 1st SI.
Miami, Fla. 33130
1 r21.5 1 .'
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notice under
fictitious name law
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to rngas*
in business under the fictitious name
7th
of REGIMENTAL IMPORTS at
N.W. 136th Street, Opn tacks
intends to register said name
the clerk of the Circuit Court
County, Florida.
GREENLAND STI'DIOS, INC.
by: Manuel Qreenwald, Pre*.
1 14-21-2"
Flu.
W i i li
:
LEGAL NOTICE
IN
DI
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-1065
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
RE: THE .MARRIAGE OF:
V.NK I CANELAS,
Wife
and
LUIS FERNANDO CANELAS,
Husband
TO: I.I IS FERNANDO CANELAS
1311 Nursey Place
Metarie, l.a.
YOU ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
ihat an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any, to It
on DAVID E. STONE, attorney for
Petitioner, whose address is im N.W.
12th Ave., Miami, Florida 31130, and
file the original with the clerk of
the above styled court on or be-
fore Fib l'.',. I972i otherwise a de-
fault Will be e itered against you
for the relief demanded in the com-
plaint or petition.
This none- snail be published once
each Week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my band and the seal of
said court at Miami, Florida on this
IT day of Jan 1972.
E it l EATHERMAN,
At < *iri circuit Court
l lade 'ouniy. Florida
i:> : R. M. KISSF.E
As Deputy Clerk
(Oiri uit Court S.-al i
David B. Stone
.-T( IN !: Ar sostchin
101 N.W. 12th Av<
Miami, Florida 33130
Attorney for Petitioner
I gl-23 2 4-11
EMANUEL GORDON-1946
HARRY GORDON-1964
IKE GORDON
JAMES B. GORDON
K~jordon j-uncral <-J~lc
otne
Reform Conservative Orthodox
CALL 373-5533
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ni iTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
l-us.ili. ~s under the fictitious name of
SUNSHINE CARPET SERVICE at
1880 N.E 156th Street. North Miami
Reach, PI. intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Hade County, Florida.
GODOPREDO PL'PO
JOEL ROBRISH
Attorney for applicant
2825 Oak Avenue
SIM J
12 :(i I 7-14-21
c......nut Grove, fi.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under Ibe fictitious name
of HOWARD J BECK, M.D at 47:,
Hill more Way, Coral Gables, Flu In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade
i .-ui t v. pioi Ida
HOWARD I BECK, M U P A.
s VMI'EI. STEBN
Attorney for applicant
Dupimt Plasa Center
Miami, Fla.
1 14-21 .' I
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. 72-1032
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: marriage of
JACQUELINE ROBINSON
Wife
and
CHARLES ROBINSON
Husband
TO: CHARLES ROBINSON
Residence Unknown
YOU ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai 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 II
on BNOEL ft HALPERN. attorney
for Petitioner, whose address Is 1400
N.W. 10th Avenue. Suite 17-G, Miami,
Florida, and file the original with the
clerk of the above styled court on or
before Feb. 25, 1972, otherwise a de-
fault will be entered against you for
the relief demanded in the complaint
or petition.
This notice shall he published once
each Week for four consecutive Weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami, Florida on
this 17 day of Jan.. 1072.
E. n I EATHERMAN.
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dude Countv. Florida
By: R. M KISSEE
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
MAX P. EXCEL ESQ.
1400 N VV Hub Avenue. Suite 17-G
Miami. Florida
Attorney for Petitioner
l 21-28 2 4-11
PRELIMINARY CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA
TO A I.I, 'in WHOM THESE PRE-
SENTS SHALL COME. GREETINGS:
Wb.-reas. SAMl'EL OITLEN, Miami.
Florida; SI IPH1E GIT1 EN, Miami
Florida; SHIRI BY sen \CHTHIi.
Miami. Florida did on the 1st day of
i ictober, A l >. 1956 cause to be In
corporated under the laws of the
State ot Florid;, SOUTHERN CON-
V'ALSCENT HOME, INC. a corpora-
tion, with its principal olace of busi-
ness at Miami. Hade County in the
state of Florida, and whereas the
proper office* ni -neb corporation did
on ih, Hih day of January, A D. 1970,
cause to be filed In the office of the
Secretary of State of the State of
Florida, a Certificate of Amendment
changing its rnrnnratc name to
HOME CARE CENTER, INC, and
whereas Buch corporatl.....lid on the
nth day at January, A.D, 1972, cause
to be fibd in the office of the Secre-
tary of state of the state of Florida,
the documentary authority renulred
under Section 808.27, Florida Statutes.
Showing the dissolution of such cor-
poral ion.
Now therefore, the Secretary of
si.ne do,-, hereby certify to thi fore-
going and that be iv, satisfied that
luirements of the law have bei i
compiled with.
IN WITNESS WHERE-
i IF, I hfl Ve hereunto | I
my hand and have a t-
rixed the Great Seal of
the S'ate of Florida, at
Tallahassee, the Capital,
ll Is the El.....nib day of
.1; ntlai v. A.D I '7'1
RICHARD (DICK) STONE
Secretary nf S'.ii.
7-:
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVE
the undersigned, desiring to
in business under the flctitioui
of GRAN REALTY at -K] W \
lei. St., Miami. Fla intend to real
said name with the Clark of
Circuit Court or Dad, Count' I
ida
MARIO .1 RODRIGUEZ
SERGIO VIDAL
GREENE and i.aynk. P.A.
Attorneys for Rodriguez and Vid.l
320 NIC. tsth St
Miami, Fla. 33132
l I4-S1-3! i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW I
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN II
the undersigned, desiring to env
In business uniler the fictitious name I:
of DESIGNS UNLIMITED at
Mary .Street, Coconut C.rove. Fla. in-
tend to recister said name with Ihf *
Clerk of the Circuit Court of D ,,
County. Florida.
JOE Kl'TTON r
JAMES CA8HTON
JOEL ROBRISH
Attorney for apidieants
2836 Oak Avenue
Coconut Grove, Fla.
I 14-21-28 1 : ,.
ii
NOTICE OF ACTION i
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY) "'
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE n
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT ,.
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. t
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-432 a
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE 3
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF it
ANNA SLABY
and
JOHN SI.Al'.Y
TO; JOHN SI ABY
2334 Jackson street
Lorraine, (into 14052
V HI ARE HEREBY N'l >TII n
that an action for Dissolution til l
i riled against you i y,
you arc required to serve a cop'
your ivrltten (li :, uses, if am li
on OUILI BRMG SOSTCHIN nl li
n< y for Peti.....,er, whose nddn ,-,
M'l N IV. 12th Avenue. Miami, u
and fill the original with the d
Of the above .i \ I. ,| ,oiirt on ( '' ,f
for,- February 18, 1973: othorwiM
default will be entered against you V
for the relief demanded In the i urn- s
plain! or petition.
This notice shall be published .....' a
cob week for four consecutlvi in
in TDK JEWISH PLORIDIAN
WITNESS my band and til'
lid court at Miami. Flora
ibis 7th nay of January, 1072 n_
E. D I EATHERM VN "K
A- Clerk, i 'Ircull Court iCS
I >ade i 'ount v Floridii ,ia,
By: c p c( ii-i'i vni> "
A Denutv Clerk "t1
fCIRCUPP COURT 8EAT.1
"I'll I ERMO SOSTCHIN, BSJ
H'l N.W 12th Avenu.
Miami. Florida
Attorne] for Pel Itioner
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY fHVI
the undersigned, desiring In eiutaw ,
business under the fictitious
" CRUISES AM) TRAVB1
Ulscavne Boulevard, Miami,
intends to n Rister said I
the fieri, of the circuit Court
County. Florida.
VAL-U-TRAVEL INC.
MICHAEL P 'Mi \sk
vi tome] for Val-U-Travi I,
IftOO S VV Third Avenue
Miami. Florida ,,
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January 21. 1972
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'appenings
Moyn, M.D., who 1ms
n apiH)inte.l first fulltime chair-
n oi the Department of Anea-
siol<:,\ at the Mount Sinai
dieai Center, will continue to
ve fcs chairman of the anesthe-
logy departments at Jackson
r 'morial Hospital and the Uni-
sity of Miami School of Medl-
ie, and as associate dean of the
dicfa. school.
Lft ft
Steve Fisher & Associates of
ral Gables, one of Florida's
) political public relations agen-
- "s. has been engaged to super-
I', w public relations and adver-
ing in Florida lor the presi-
ntial campaign of Mayor John
ndaay. Stan Tait of Tallahassee
js bet-n appointed to direct news
verage statewide for the cam-
1 ign and handle liaison with the
ews media.
ft ft ft
Several hundred key ci\ic, bus-
ess -.n >nor Florida State Representa-
.e Lewis B. Whltworth, Jr. at
10th anniversary appreciation
nner Friday at Miami Springs
lias. Whitworth will be feted
r his decade of outstanding serv-
to the community as a Hialeah
t y councilman, Metri)|K>litan
, tile County commissioner and
>mber of the Florida S t at e
,',', Rise of Representatives. Saluting
' legislator will l>e former Gov.
' Roy Collins, Speaker of t he
Hise Richard Pittigrew and Re-
esentative Talbot "SanSdy" iv-
fniln-rte, Miami Mayor David T.
nnedy, Metro Mayor Stephen
(lark and Miami Beach Mayor
nick Hall. Rep. Claude Pepper
II be at the head table, ami of-
ring the Invocation will be Judge
i.nn.iv II. BarkduU, Jr.. of the
lird District Circuit Court of
>l>eals. Foirner Senator Harry
Cain is handling dinner and
ating arrangements as a mom-
t of the 'Thank Lew" commit-
c .headed by John R. llarlow.
.Iso on the committee is A. J.
. ftlurkie) Berthliiume.
ft ft
Howard I'almatier, Director of
l ? Cuban Refugee Program ivill
tn' lit the torches surrounding the
" dues of Abraham Lincoln and
i se Mart i Friday evening, as the
iicoln-Marti Hoy Scouts Cam-
lee kicks off at Robert King
, gh Park.
ft
"The poison of prejudice" and
1 p ways in which we infect our
- ildren'with it are the topics of
o new television spot announce-
nts created by Manning Rubin,
e nior vice president of Grey Ad-
. lising, and his staff, for distri-
tion ^y the Anti-Defamation
ague .Jtf B'nai B'rith. The 60-
x>nd, ve-action spot, "Ask My
tthery"% stars Ed Barth as the
ther Slid Freddy James as the
n and features Hal Linden as
e ofMcreen announcer.
E* -k it
i olorfbl change of command ;
i.'iiiOBpes will highlight after-]
mi open house festivities at the :
lited States Coast Guard Base. I
0 MaftArthur Causeway, SS a t-
day, Jan. 29. Capt. Harold R. I
lion. Chief of the Reserve)
visionWSeventh CoCast Guard!
"' strict!is retiring following 30 I
ars service. Cnulr. Kenneth R. i
,iurphy, Asst. Chief, Reserve
framing Division, Washington,
3.C., fill be the new command-
ng officer. Guided tours of facili-
ies bofc afloat and ashore, dis-
mays, movies, music by 13th U.S.
umy Band and refreshments will
_> feattred.
ft ft ft
Ma* Brow n, leader of the
.troUsftg Violins at King Arth-
r's Court, Miami Springs Villas, '
eceivas many requests for mus- !
rial numbers. But the request j
i whichjxips up most often is for
Fasdfcation." which dates back
to thwearly 1900's. Written by
an Itwtn, F. D. Marchetti, it
was jBblished in France, and
hcraufl of that it's always con-
sidereCa French song, Max says.
I ft ft ft
Seal George McGovern who
-turrmto the Sunshing State
'iis \4pek says he intends to
end More and more time in
n
the Sunshine State in the re-
maining days leading to the
March 14 Presidential Prefer-
ence Primary.
ft ft
Charles Lncorribe has been
elected director of the Institute
Of May i Studies of the Miami
Museum of Science, the lGth
group to become an affiliate of
the Museum of Science. Associ-
ate directors are Hal C. Ball and
Dr. Allan A. Kaplun, Albert
Welntranb, A. P. Rosenberg, Dr.
John p. Harrison, Klayne Kap-
lan, OeorgB L. Artnmonoff, II.
Lewis Dora and Timothy J. Sul-
livan were named to the board
of the Institute.
ft ft ft
Gov. Kciitiin Askew has ap-
pointed Wally Gluck of the Wal-
ly Gluck Theatrical Attractions,
to the entertainment committee
for the Democratic National
Convention being held in July
on Miami Beach, Florida. Mr.
Gluck is an executive life presi-
dent of the Democratic Club of
Miami Beach.
ft ft ft
Gene BUudngaine, advertising
director for Puhlix Super Mar-
ket, has been re-elected chair-
man of the Dade County board
of directors of the Better Busi-
ness Bureau of South Florida.
First vice chairman is James
Evans, president of L. P. Evans
Mercedes Ben?.; second vice
chairman is Marvin C Sehap-
pell, vice president of Financial
Federal Savings and Loan Asso-
ciation and Paul Sehaefer, vice
president of administration for
Deltona Corporation, is secre-
tary.
ft ft ft
Muriel N. Rudolph. N.S.I.D.,
has been selected to re-design
Miami's Temple Israel Commun-
ity House lounge. The project
includes a background for the
William and Irene Siegel Mu-
seum of Judaica.
ft ft ft
The new craft shop of the
Miami Beach Garden Center-
Conservatory, 2000 Garden Cen-
ter Dr.. was to be formally dedi-
cated Thursday noon with May-
or Chuck Hall and Miami B.'ach
eouneilmen participating accord-
ing to Mrs. Edwin Dean, chair-
man of the Garden Center-Con-
servatory Committee. Unusual
handcrafted glfl items are stock-
ed in the craft shop.
Karen Mills Guest Soloist
Lyric soprano Karen Mils will
he guest soloist with Caesar La-
Monaca and his band during the
7:45 p.m. Friday concert in the
Bayfront Bandshell. The singer,
who has apjieared on three pre-
vious programs this season, will
sing the aria Un Bel Di' from
the opera Madam Butterfly, Czar-
das from Die Fledermaus, My
Hero from The Chocolate Soldier,
and a selection of music by Rich-
ard Rodgers.
Mrs. Arthur Brown Speaker
Mrs. Arthur J. Brown, vice pres-
ident of the National Wo u n's
League, will speak on "Judaism
and World Survival" at the Torah
Fund Residence Hall meeting in
Temple Ner Tamid's Sklar Audi-
torium Wednesday at 1 p.m.
LEGAL NOTicS
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCU.T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
72-525
PETITION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
IN UK: TIIK MARRIAGE OP
DONALD I.. I.1NDSEY.
husband
AND
STELLA M. UNDSBT,
wife
TO: IMINAI.D L LINDSEY
St. Ixiuis, Missouri
You. DONALD 1.. IJNDSKV, are
hereby notified thai a Petition for
Dissolution of Murriuge tiim been
filed against you, and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your An-
swer or Pleading to the Petition on
the Plaintiff's attorney. MATTHEW
OISSEN. ESQ., 120 North lllwayne
Uoulev.ird. Suite 380U, .Miami, Flor-
ida 3.1132 and file the original An-
swer or Pleading in the office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court on or be-
fore the llith day of February, 1972.
If you fail to do so, judgment by de-
fault will be taken against you for
the relief demanded in the Petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THK JEWISH FI.OR1DIAN.
DONE AND OKDERF.D at Miami.
Florida, this llth day of Januarj
\ l> IS7S.
E. It LEATHBRMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Hade County. Florida
By: C. P. COPBLAND
Deputy clerk
(CIRCI'IT COURT SEAI.i
MATTHEW GI8SEN, ESQ.
120 North Blscayne Boulevard,
Suit.- 2808
Miami. Florida 33182
Attorney for Plaintiff
1 14-21-21 2 i
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-3
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Estate of
' HI VIA M. Wfl.KINS
Deceased.
I To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
1 Ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
: mands whieh you may have against
the estate of OLIVIA M. WILKINS
deceased late of Dade County, Florida,
i to the County Judges of Dade County,
! and file the same in duplicate and as
provided in Section 733.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offlces 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 IS
day of January, A.D. 1073.
EDWARD 'I" BROWNE
As Executor
First publication of this nolle......
, the 21 day of January, 1972,
1 AKIti itt. PRUMKES A
Al HADEFF
(.lack A. Abbott i
Attorn,-V for Executor
I 420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida SSR-04H4
1/21-28 2 4-11
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ;
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-1064
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN HE: Tilt: MARRIAGE OK:
OIAIM.FJS ROBERT Cordon.......
Husband
ami
VIOLET MARIA <;< IRDON,
Wile
TO: VIOLET MARIA GORDON
59 Neptune Drive No. 2".'.
Toronto 19, Ontario, Canada
VOll ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you arc required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, ir any. to it
on DAVID E, STONE, attorney for
Petitioner, whose address is mi N.W. '
12th Avenue. Miami. Florida 13130,
and file the original with the clerk pf
the above styled court on or before
Feb. 2a. I*i72: otherwise a default will
be entered against you for the relief
demanded in the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDLAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami, Florida on
this 17 day of Jan.. 1972.
K. II. LEATHBRMAN,
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida.
Ily: H. M. K1SSEE
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
David B. Stone
STONE & SOSTCHIN
ml N.W. 12th Ave.
Miami. Florida
Attorney for Petitioner
I 21-28 2 4-11
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of CALIFORNIA FRUIT HOUSE at
7::il Collins Avenue, in tin City of
Miami lleacb, Florida, intends t.
Clerk of
County,
Florida.
register said 'name with the
the circuit Court of Dade
Florida.
Dated at Miami Beach,
this 13th day of January, i!'Tl-
FRED HALL
GEORGE GILBERT
i Attorney for Applicant
! One Lincoln Itoad llldg.
Miami Beach, Florida 38139
1/21-28 2 4-1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
COMPOSITION IIY TERRY at S:',1n
B.W. 27th Lane, Miami. Fla. intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida
TERRY SOLOMON
1/21-2S 2 4-11
What's My Line? Featured
Mrs. Harry B. Smith was fea-
tured as the moderator ol a
"What's My Line?" pro-pram
which included panelists Mrs.
Jack Hartley, Mrs. Marvin Ston-
berg, Mrs. Sidney Schwartz, and
Mrs. Allan Wilson this week da-
ring thp "n"n meetin". held by the
Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholorn
in the Sisterhood Lounge. Mrs.
Meyer Kother is Sisterhood presi-
tient.
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA
NO. 72-1223
NOTICE OF ACTION
R( IBERT MORRISON
Plaintiff,
vs.
I" INAI.D N'EDMOFF
and SHIRLEY It. OARRIS
formerly known as
SHIRLEY NKIHOFF
Defendants
To: DONALD NKIHOFF
Residence unknown
TOIT ARK NOTIFIED THAT an
action has been filed against you
for recovery and/or other relief for
sums lawfully due plaintiff, and you
are required to serve a copy of your
written defenses on plaintiffs attor-
ney. RICHARD KANNKIt. 1150 N.W.
14th Street, Miami. Florida .1313*5 on
or before the ZG day of February'. 1972
and file the original with the Clerk
of this court either before service on
plaintiff's attorney or immediately
thereafter; otherwise a default will
be entered against you for the relief
demanded in the complaint.
WITNESS my band and th, seal
of this court, on this IH day of Janu-
ary, Iii72.
K. B. LEATHBRMAN
Clerk, circuit Court
By: C. P, COPES1 AND
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
1 21-L'S i 4-11
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LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 72-1094
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RK: THE MARRIACE OF:
RUSSELL SANDERS.
Husband,
BETTY LOU SANDERS,
Wife
VOF RKTTY I.OI' SANDERS, resi-
dence unknown, ARK HEREBY NO-
TIFIKD to file your written defense
to this divorce with the Court's Clerk
and serve a copy upon I'lnintiff's At-
torneys, vox ZAMFT & SMITH, 1511
Capital Bank Bldf., Miami. Florida
on or before the 86 day of Feb., 1972,
else the Complaint will be taken as
confessed.
DATED Jan. is, 1972.
K I! I.KATHERMAN. CI.KRK
BY It M KISSBE
Deputy Clerk
i ( in ult Court Seal)
1 '21-2S 2 4-11
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORDA
CASE NO. 72-1175
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RK THE MARRIACE OF
ADA SALAS, wife, and
KDl'ARDO SALAS, husband.
TO: MR. EDITARDO SAI.AS
2MS Central Avenue
1'nion city, New Jersey
VOV ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Petition for Dissolution of
Marriage has been filed against you,
and you are required to serve a copy
of your answer or plending to snld
Petition for Dissolution of Marriage
on the Petitioner's attorney, DONALD
F. FROST. M B.W. th Street. Miami.
F'orida. and file the original answer
or pleading In the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
SB day Of February, I87J. If you fall
to do so. a Default will be taken
against you for relief demanded In the
Petition.
Dated at Miami. Dade County, Flor-
ida, this 19 day of January, 1972
l-:. B. LEATHBRMAN
clerk of Circuit Court
By; c. P. COPBLAND
Deputy Clerk
nil CUll Court Seall
i 21-28 2 4-1l
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 ALLENE l.l'WIS.
Plaintiff,
vs.
ANNA PFRDON, THE ESTATE
DFTHOMAB BI'OBNE PCKI.K>M.
WALTER L. ITKDOM, ANNA
MARIE Pl'RDOM, DORIS Jl'NE
KELLY, JOSEPHINE FRED
I AWSON, Tin: ESTATE OP 8VH
F. I .ITT I E, X A \'i' V MI' \' SON,
MRS FRED (PATSY) RIXE,
MR. WALLACE LITTLE. MRS
SI'H BELLA (1ARFARACTNO,
MARY Pl'RDOM SEYMOUR.
NANCY WILL.Mill ITKDOM
BEARD, and any known or unknown
party who may claim as survivor.
heir, devisee, frnvntee, assignee.
Ilenor, creditor, trustee, or any
other claimant by. through, under,
or against any of the afore-
mentioned defendants, and all
parties having or claiming to any
right, title or Interest in the
foiiou-ing described property, situate,
lying and being ill Dade County.
Florida, to-wll: Lot 9, less the
South K4 feat anil less the North
7.S feet. Itlock 44. bib-wild Park.
Plat Hook 2, Page S7, of the Public
Records Of Dade County Florida.
Defendants.
IN THK NAME OF TIIK
STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO THE DEFENDANTS:
ANNA Pl'RDOM, THE ESTATE OF
THOMAS EI'CENE PI7HDOM. WAL-
TER I.. Pl'RDOM. ANNA MARIE
Pl'RDOM. DORIS JUNE KELLY",
JOSEPHINE FRED I.AWSON, THE
ESTATE OF SI'E F. LITTLE. NAN-
CY MI'NSO.V. MRS. FRED (PATSYl
RIXE MR. WALLACE LITTLE.
MRS. SUE BELLA QARFARACINO.
MARY Pl'RDOM SEYMOUR, NANCY
WILI.ARD I'I'RDOM HEARD, if alive.
or If dead to his or her unknown heirs,
devisees, legatees, or grantees unit all
other persons or parties claiming by.
through or under or against them:
And to all:
All parties or persons having or
claiming any right, title or hitere-i in
and to the following described prop-
erty, situated in Dade County. Florida:
Ixit !>. less the South S4 feet and
less the North 7.r, feet, thereof
for street, in Rlock 44. of IDLE-
WILD PARK, according to the
Plat thereof, recorded In Plat
Hook 2. at Page S7 of the Puhlic
Records of Dade County, Florida.
You, and each of you. are notified
thai a suit to quiet title in the above
described property has been filed
against you and you are required to
serve a copy of your answer to the
oomnlaint on plaintiff's attorney,
BERNARD L. JAFFB, 19 West Flag-
ler Street. Suite 420. Miami. Florida
RS1SA, and file the original in the of-
fice of the Clerk of the Circuit Couit,
on or before February IK, 1a72; other-
wise the allegations of the complaint
will be taken as confessed,
This notice shall be published once
ench week for four 141 consecutive
weeks in the Jewish Floridian; dated
tins il day of January, 1971
E. II [.EATHERMAN,
Clerk circuit Court
Dade I'' lio'v Florida
By: c P loi'i-i AND
Deputy Clerk
1 lt-21-2* 2'4
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-5375
In RE: Estate of
HORACE WALTER STEPHENS
Oe< I .ISed.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Agalnsl Said
list ate:
You fv hereby notified ami requir-
ed to ),re-, nl any rhltlWHrtl'd demands
Hindi you may haw- against tin I
tate of HORACE WALTER STE-
PHENS deceased late of Dad. Coun-
ty, Florida, to tin County Judges of
Dade County, and lib the satin- in
duplicate and as provided in Section
733.Hi, Florida Statutes, in their of-
fices in the Count) Courthouse In
llaile 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 12th
day of January, A.D. I97-.
PATRICIA STEPHENS DUE
As Administratrix
First publication of this notice on
the L'lst day of .la'nuary, 1972.
BURTON KNCKI.S
Attorney for Administratrix
721 City National Hunk Hldg.
.Miami. Florida 3.1130 (279-1452)
1/21-28 2/4-11
n
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
V1CIEDO CARPENTER SHOP a
2X33 N.W. 2nd Avenue, Miami, Fla.
Intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad.
County, Florida.
AERIBERTO J. vieiEDO
_______________________ 1/21-28 2/4-11
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOK
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 72-648
NOTICE OF SUIT FOR
COMPLAINT FOR ANNULMENT
II 'CIA IUCCK H.Iaci,
Plaintiff
Vs.
CARLOS BLHERTi l
IUCCIOLINO,
Defendant. '
Tl '. CARLOS ELBERTO
IUCCIOLINO
::'.'.:' I-'I l.'li IN AVENUE -
APT. NO, ::
Nl iRTII HOLLYWOOD.
CALIFORNIA
YOU, cari.os ELBERTO \r>--
CIOLINO, are hereby notified that
Complaint for Annulment has been
filed against you. and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your An-
swer or Pleading to said Complaint
for Annulment on the Plaintiffs at-
torney, Ronald I.. Davis. Esq., PA.
417 Blscayne Building, 19 W. Flugler
Street. Miami. Florida 3313"Phone
279-2851, and file the original An-
swer or Pleading in the office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court on or be-
fore the L'". day of Feb.. in72. If you
fiiil to do so. Judgment by default will
be taken against you for the rehef
! demanded in the Complaint for An-
i nulment.
I THIS NOTICE shall be published
once each week for four (41 consecu-
; live weeks in THE JEWISH FLOR-
IDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 12 day of Jan 1972
E. It LEATHBRMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By: R. M. KISSBE
(i'ircuit Court Seal>
Deputy Cbrk
1 11-21-2M 2 I
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-5519 ,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Estate of
SAMUEL WKINKR
Deceased.
I'o All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Suld
Estate:
You arc hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of SAMI'KI. WKINKR de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the County Judges of Dude CoUnty.
and file the same in duplicate and
as provided In Section 733.16. Flor-
ida Statutes, in their offices in the
County Courthouse in Dade County,
Florida, within six calendar months
from the time of the first publica-
tion hereof, or the same will be
barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 22nd
day of December. A.D. 1971.
ADELE RAIHNOWITZ
DOROTHY LAZAR
As Ezecutrices
First publication of this notice on
the ;ilst day of Dec, 1971,
SPARRBR, ZEMBL, ROSKIN
AND HEILBRONNER
PROFESSIONAL ASSi iCIATION
Attorneys for Executriccs
inn North Hiscayne Blvd.
Miami. Fla. 33132
12/21 1 7-14-21
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 71-350
IN PROBATE '
(ARTHUR W. PRIMM)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
Al PHAUES JOHNSON
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 ALPHAUES JOHNSON
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 7Sl6,
Florida Statutes, in their offices In
the County Courthouse In Dnde Coun-
ty. Florida. within six calendar
months from the time of the first
publication hereof, or the same will
be barreil.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this l
dA} Of Jan.. A.D. 1972.
WELLINGTON JOHNS) i.V
As Administrator
First publication of this notice on
the :'l dax of Jailllaix, 1972.
8ILVER8TBIN, KWITNEY & KROOP
Attorney for Wellington Johnson
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Reich. Fla.
1 21-29 2 4-11


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