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The Jewish Floridian
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Miami, Fla

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Began in 1927?
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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'(Jewish Flondian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 45 Number 6
Miami, Florida Friday, February 11, 1972
Three Sections Price 29c
Sadat Rebuffed Bv
J
2 Arab Presidents
News Briefs
JERUSALEM (JTA) Presi-
dent Anwar Sadat of Egypt,
whose recent trip to Moscow
was less than a resounding suc-
cess, suffered another rebuff
this week at the hands of his
Arab friends.
The presidents of Syria aad
Sudan declined to attend an
Arab summit meeting Sadat
had arranged in Libya, appar-
ently to entice the Sudanese
Into joining the Egypt-Libya-
Syria Federation.
When President Jafar el
Numeiri of Sudan announced
that he would not attend. Presi-
dent Hafez Al Assad of Syr a
also cancelled his visit. Sadat,
who was in Tripoli, cut short
his stay and returned to Cairo
Monday afternoon.
Observers here believed the
incident spelled a further decline
in Sadat's prestige at home and
abroad. They said he called the
Tripoli meeting to repair some
French Military Judges
Enter Klaus Barbie Case
PARIS (JTA) The investi-
gation to determine the identity
of a man in Bolivia believed to
be the fugitive Nazi Klaus Bai-
bie was taken over this week
by a delegation of French mili-
tary judges headed by Jean
Claude Perioer, director gen-
eral of the Defense Ministry.
They will go to Munich to ob-
tain from West German Attor-
ney General Ludolph documents
that may prove that Klaus Alt-
mann, a Bolivian citizen now in
a La Paz jail on charges of bus-
iness fraud, is the notorious
Gestapo "butcher of Lyons" re-
First West Bank Elections
Since 1963 Scheduled May 2
JERUSALEM (JTA) The
first West Bank municipal elec-
tions in nine years will be heki
in 14 towns on May 2. it was
announced last week. The bal-
loting will be conducted accord-
ing to Jordanian law an will
be supervised by representatives
of the Interior Ministry.
The elections are intended to
replace incumbents whose terms
expired several years ago. The
last elections on the West Bank
were held in 1963.
sponsible for the mass deporta-
tion of French Jews in Wor.d
War II and the murder of the
iFrench resistance hero, Jean
Moulin.
The search for Barbie w:*s
conducted unofficially until new
by Mrs. Beate Khtrsfeld, the
German wife of at French Jew
who visited Bolivia last week.
Her efforts prompted the
French government to request
the extradition of the man be-
lieved to be Barbie, who, up to
Jan. 26 was living in Peru. A
positive identification of the
man as Barbie would pave the
way for his extradition.
Meanwhile, Raymond Aubrac, a
French-Jewish civil servant and
World War II resistance leader
announced that he would go
anywhere in the world to serve
as a witness against Barbie.
Aubrac, who is director of the
Rome bureau of the Food and
Agricultural Organization, said
he had personally been inte-
grated by Barbie in June, 1943
when he fell into Gestapo hands,
and was rescued when an under-
ground commando unit headed
by his fe stormed the police car
that was transfering him from
one prison to another.
of the damage done to his im-
age in Moscow when the Rus-
sians refused to go along with
setting a date for the Egyptian
military showdown with Israel
that Sadat says is inevitable.
Sadat's visit to Moscow turned
out to be importunate and the
Soviet news media made no
secret of the fact. The Egyptian
leader apparently thought he
could recoup by persuading Su-
dan to join the three-way Arab
Federation.
Students of Egyptian affa'rs
here believe, however, that
Sadat's position will not be
threatened unless Army officers
join the university 3tudents who
have been clamoring for a
tougher stand against Israel.
Most Arab Terrorists Who
Fled Jordan Were Released
TEL AVIV (JTA) Almost
all the Arab terrorists who fled
from Jordan after the Jordan-
ian Army cracked down on them
last September have been re-
leased from Israeli prisons, and
many of them are holding jobs
in Israeli territory.
A total of 108 Arab terrorists
gave themselves up to Israeli
forces after crossing the Jordan
River during Amman's on-
slaught. Of these, 94 were sub-
sequently released.
IN ISSUING MOSLEY VISA
ADL Charges Immigration
Department Was Negligent
NEW YORK (JTA The
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith kas charged 0*9 U.S. Of-
fice of Immigration with negli-
gence in granting a visa to Sir
Oswald Mosley, "founder of
British fascism, a personal friend
of Adolf Hitler, and a virulent
anti-Semite and1 racist," and
called for an immediate inves-
tigation.
According to Bore Senary,
honorary chairman of the
league, U.S. admissions quali-
fications should have kept Mos-
ley out on two grounds: his ac-
tivities are prejudicial to the
public interest; he Is the found-
er of, and remains affiliated
with, a, totalitarian party, the
"Union Movement," originally
.-alii--! "The British Union of
Fascists."
According to law, the only
way such a person can be grant-
ed a visa is on the special rec-
ommendation of the U.S. Secre-
tary of State and the approval
of the U.S. Attorney General.
"I don't know how Mosley got
in," Mr. Schary said, "but it is
clearly against the public in-
terest that he is here."
Mosley arrived in the United
States last week to promote his
autobiography, "My Life," which
was first published in England
in 1970. The American edition
Continued on Page 12-A
Tobacco Breakthrough Reported
JERUSALEM (JTA) A breakthrough in the attempt to de-
velop tobacco containing less than one-tenth the usual amount of
nicotine has been made by a local agronomist, it was announced by
the chemical laboratory of the Israel Standards Institute, a govern-
ment agency. Most tobacco nicotine is in the roots, it was said, and
in the new process a hybrid plant has been developed by grafting
tobacco plants onto another typo of root. The nicotine content of a
plant is thus reduced to .16%, the lab said. A large firm has agreed
to allot funds for developing the new plant. But local manufacturers
said the new leaf was not up to taste and aroma standards.
14 Dutch Families Receive Medals
AMSTERDAM (JTA) The Israeli ambassador in The Hague,
Shimshon Arad, last week presented' 14 Dutch families with the Yad
Vashem medal of the Righteous of the Nations, for the help they
gave Jewish families and individuals during the Nazi occupation
of The Netherlands. This was the fourth ceremony in three years at
which Dutch citizens received the Yad Vashem medals for their
help to Jews during Worli War II.
Israel Recognizes Bangladesh
JERUSALEM state of Bangladesh. The announcement said that Foreign Minister
Abba Eban informed Bangladesh Foreign Minister Abdus Samad
Azad of the decognition in a cable Friday. The recognition decision
was taken after telephone consultations with all members of the
Cabinet.
Kuznetsov's Amnesty Appeal Rejected
NEW YORK (JTA) The Supreme Soviet has rejected an
appeal for amnesty for Sylva Zalmanson KuznetSOV, the National
Conference on Soviet Jewry reported. The Conference saH the
rejection was received by the prisoner's brother Shmuel, who had
appealed Tor amnesty a month ago. The Supreme Soviet asserted:
"Sylva Zalmanson's crime was proved according to Soviet law. We
will not give her amnesty."
Gen. Bar-Lev To Speak At
Bonds Dinner On Feb. 26
Gen. Haim Bar-Lev, Israel's
Minister of Commerce and In-
dustry and former Chief of Staff
of the Israel Defense Forces,
will be the guest of honor at
the 1972 International Inaugural
Conference for Israel Bonds,
Sam Rothberg, general chair-
man of the event, has an-
nounced.
The Feb. 24-27 conference,
which officially launches the
worldwide campaign to sell
$450,000,000 in Israel Bonds this
year, will take place at the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel. Highlighting
the proceedings will be a din-
ner Saturday, Feb. 26, at 7 p.m.;
Gen. Bar-Lev will deliver the
principal address.
More than 2,000 top American
and Canadian Jewish leaders are
expected to participate in the
event as a welcome to the dis-
tinguished Israeli visitor, who
will be making one of his rare
visits to the United States.
The conference is scheduled
to open on Thursday, Feb. 24,
with a noon luncheon where the
1972 All-Israel Fashion Show,
a comprehensive collection of
haute couture and ready-to-wear
from Israel, will be given its
world premiere.
A Feb. 27 luncheon for Capi-
tal for Israel will culminate the
proceedings. Capital for Israel
is an organization formed by
the State of Israel to soil stock
in corporations vital to the secu-

BN. HAIM BAR-LtV
rity of the Jewish nation.
In announcing the tribute to
Gen. Bar-Lev, Mr. Rothberg said
the Inaugural Dinner would of-
fer American and Canadian
Jewry the opportunity to pay
tribute to one of Israel's most
courageous fighting men.
"Haim Bar-Lev is one of the
great soldier-statesmen who have
emerged to guide Israel's des-
tiny during the critical early
years of statehood," he declared.
"In wartime, he led Israel's
troops to victory on a number
of fronts. Since the Six-Day
War. he has supervised the de-
tente which exists along Israel's
frontiers with the Arab states.
But now his services are needed
on the ministerial level, and
he has taken over the key cabi-
net post responsible for develop-
ing Israel's industrial strength.
"By coming to Miami Beach
to participate in the 1972 In-
augural Conference, Gen. Bar-
Lev will point up the critical
importance which his country
attaches to the Israel Bond
drive at a time when Israel's
needs have never been greater.
We look forward eagerly to his
appearance this month and anti-
cipate that his message will sti-
mulate a warm response from
the Jewish community of the
United States and Canada," Mr.
Rothberg said.
Before becoming Minister of
Commerce and Industry this Jan-
uary, Gen. Bar-Lev was for four
years Chief of Staff of the Is-
Continued on Page II A


Fage 2-A
^Mnist fhriikir
Friday. February 11. 1972
Synagogue Council Lauds Lehrman;
65 Inducted In Society Of Fellows
Dr. Ir\ing Lehrmar.. national
I of the Synagogue Coun-
America. was honored Sun-
Dtgnt at a National L
. lbote before a capacity audience
y 600 persons in the Fried-
: Ballroo. mplc Kmanu-
Thc dinner also marked the in-
ctl n of more tnan 65 charter
Titers of the Society of Fellows
III Synagogue Council, an hon-
or group which elected Samuel J. |
Kaip>-rin of Miami Beach as its .
-t national chairma.i j
Principal speaker at the ban- |
cruet was Chief Rabbi Bent Me-
rhior oi Denmark, vice president
or fbe World Council of Synago-.
t.oe*. past president al the L*ni-.
ted I-rael Appeal and founder of,
the Conference on Soviet Jewry
i : Denmark.
"Th. great and urgent challenge
increased iqpnigration of
aJaWews into ih*Matt : I-
.ael. j-iai-es a tn-mendous stress
rc.t oniy on the resources of Is-
rael, but also on thousands of
Jews in the L'nited States and
the rest of the world. I urge all
members of the Senate and of
the House to support 'his measure
introduced by Senator Jackson."
Dr. Lehrman said.
The Jackson bill calls for the
c.poropriation of $100 million in
fiscal 1972 and $150 million in
fiscal 1973. It authorizes ar.d di-
rects the President to establish a
jroerarr. of financial aid and other
Tssistance to Israel and other
countries for "the movement of
/-wish refugees from the Soviet
Inion and for the resettlement
am:
Par^ m the dinner in-
liand of
Miami Bea<
Mr. Halpcflfn; Piof R
of New York. form, r nati sal
it ..' the Synagogue O
cU; Rabbi Hear) Stegman : >."
V rk. executive vice pre>. I
the Synagogue Council: Rabbi
David Polish oi Chicago. prwajrtrnl
of the Central Conference of Am-
Gtican Kabbis: the Hon. Charles
H. Silver of New York, president
of Beth Israel Hospital; Judge
Herbert S. Shapiro of Miami
Beach. president of Temple
Lmar.u-E!. which Rabbi Lehrman
has served for the past 29 years:
Miami Beach Mayor Chuck Hall
ami Rabbi Moses Lehrman of De-
troit, who offered the invocation.
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take parr ir. the
to Dr. Lehrman. first F. -
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Zvi Kolitz Guest Speaker
At Coastal Towers Event
Zvi Kolitz, noted Israeli author,
journalist, motion-picture and the-
atrical producer, will be the guest ]
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ZVI KOLITZ
speaker at a breakfast to be held
by the residents of Coastal Towers
Sunday, Feb. 20, at 10 a.m.
Tlie affair will be the highlight
of the high-rise's effort on behalf
of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration's 1972 CJA-IEF campaign,
Mr. Koiitz is the author and
executive producer of Israel's first
major motion picture, "Hill 21
Doesn't Answer," and was co-pro-
ducer of the Broadway production
of "The Deputy," which won a
Tony Award.
Oochairmeii of the Coa-tal Tow-
ers campaign coordinating com-
mittee are Samuel I. Safenovitz
and Maurice Kraut.
Committee members include Mr.
and Mrs. Murray Abramson, Mr
and Mrs. William Apfelbaum. Mr.
and Mrs. Emanuel Berkson, Mr.
and Mrs. Berthold L. Berkwich,
Mi*, and Mrs. Theo:'ore Bonnan.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph N. Benner.
Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell B. Brick,
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Dechtcr. Mr.
and Mrs. Abe Dubiek, Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Dubiek, Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Dubinsky, Mr. and Mrs Os-
car Eaton and Mr. and Mrs. Jacob
Kisrner.
Also Mr. and Mrs. Herman P.
Felnberg, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
; FeLhcim. Mr. and Mrs. Robert
FoRilson, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard
Friedman, Mrs. Samuel J. Cluck, j
Mr. and Mrs, Hiram S. Goldstein, i
Mr. and Mrs! Jack Granat, Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Greenspoon, Mr.
and Mrs. Milan Herzog, Mrs. Rhea .
Hcssel, Mr. and Mrs. Louis R.
Kaplan, Mr. and Mrs. Maurire J.
Kaplan, Mr. and Mrs. Sol Kaye,
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kestenbaum
and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kobrin.
Also Mr. and Mrs. Samuel J. ,
Leftoff, Mr. and Mrs. Murray C. |
Lehman, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Le-1
vene, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Levine.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lozow, Mr.
and Mrs. Milton Lundy, Mr. and
Mrs. Mike Marcus, Mr. and Mrs.
Irving Mines. Mr. and Mrs. Irving
Minion, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M
Newmark, Mr. and Mrs. M. A. |
Oberman and Mrs. Myron Osro-!
witz.
Also Mr. and Mrs. Josh Pearl,
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Rochlin, Hyman
Rosenbaiim, Mr. and Mrs. Frank j
Rosenson, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rud-1
ner, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Satnick,
Mrs. Isadore Sax, Mr. and Mrs. |
Irving Schwartz, Mr. and Mrs. j
Isadora Slutzky, Mr. and Mrs. I
Benjamin Welcher, Mrs. Laura
Wernlck, Mr. Abe Ft. Wolkoff and
Mr. an I Mrs. William ^nckerman. I
'Night In Israel' j
For Local Hi-Rises
Benjamin K. Fields will be hon-
ored by the residents of Eton Hail.
at a "Night in Israel" in the build-
ing's card room Monday at 7:30
P.m.. according to an announce-
ment made by Michael Litvak, di-
rector of Israel Bonds.
Mr. Fields will receive the State
of Israel Scroll of Honor in i en
nitkm of his unceasing efforts and I
dedication to community endeav-
ors for Israel at the gala event
The evening's entertainment will
be provided by Lew Norman, well-
known American-Jewish humorist.
_ Residents o* the Royal Biha-
mian will bold their "Nitjht in
Israel" Tuesday at 8 p.m. in the
Royal Bahamian Club House Mr.
Litvak said.
Irving Moss, who has been
named the recipient of the Scroll
of Honor, will Ik recognized by
his friends and neighbors for hi>
outstanding leadership in man)
Jewish communal activities.
The popular performer, Eddie
Schal'fer, will highlight the eve
nin::' entertainment and Arie
Kaduri. famous Israeli interna-
tional singer and accordionist, Will
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Friday, February 11, 1972
Volume 45
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Volume 6
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The Issue Won't Just Disappear
By arbitrarily declaring the controversial resolution on
aliyah unconstitutional, the World Zionist Organization
Executive has soothed a lot of ruffled feelings and pre-
vented a possibly disastrous split. But that doesn't mean
that the issue will disappear; on the contrary the pros-
pects of it growing are great.
There is little guestion that the new generation of
Israelis, in particular the native-born, are impatient with
those Zionist leaders elsewhere who delay emigrating to
Israel. The resolution, which caused the Hadassah ladies
to walk from the 28th World Congress, was inspired and
introduced by the young delegates from Mapam and
Labor and, as the old-timers pass on, the militancy of the
youth will be reflected more and more in relations with the
diaspora leaders.
One can understand the resentment of the tough, young
Israeli builders toward the "outsiders" who seem to have
so much to say about their nation without actually partici-
pating in its day-to-day struggles. Yet they must learn to
understand, as well, that Israel is unigue among the na-
tions and that those of us in galut have just as great a
stake, if of a different dimension, in the success of those
struggles for survival of the Jewish people wherever they
may live.
College Will Play A Major Role
The import of the announcement of the formal creation
of the Judaic College of Florida by the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation goes beyond the establishment of a new
institution. It emphasizes again the commitment Federa-
tion made several years ago to the cause of guality Jewish
education and brings that guest closer to reality.
In the short time that the Commission on Jewish Edu-
cation has been functioning, it has brought about the be-
ginning of a revolutionary period in which the college is a
necessary primary step. To develop skilled teachers will
be its major task, but it should also play an important
part in providing a sound Jewish background for social
workers and others who labor in the Jewish establishment,
and for adults interested in higher Judaic studies.
It is obvious, from the announcement, that the Florida
college will model itself after the highly successful Spertus
College in Chicago. Having engaged Dr. David Weinotein,
the dynamic young man who developed the Spertus Col-
lege concept, as chancellor pro-tern. Federation is obviously
on the right track in its desire to begin with guality and
work up from there.
American Ties Highlighted
American ties to the life of Israel will be highlighted
when the annual mid-winter conference of the Israel His-
tadrut Foundation takes place here to plan the campaign
in support of the Foundation's outstanding program.
Although this will be a national conclave, with some
1,000 delegates expected, there is special local significance
because the national chairman of the board of the Hista-
drut Foundation is Temple Beth Sholom's Rabbi Leon
Kronish and there is strong support for the Histadrut pro-
gram in this area.
The three-day conference has a number of outstand-
ing national and international speakers whose messages
should prove of great interest to the local people who
attend the sessions.
MATTER OF FACT
by JOSEPH
WASHINGTON Dr. Henry
Kissinger is big news nowadays.
The two national news maga-
zines have him on their respec-
tive front covers this week, for
example. But even their vast
staffs do not seem to have got
to the inner essence of the man,
which also explains his peculiar
relationship with President
Nixon.
THE ESSENCE can be put
in four words: Balance of power
politics. The fact is that both
the President and Henry Kis-
singer broadly believe that the
world balance of power is the
mainspring of history. Although
younger, both belong to this re-
porter's generation; and we had
a good hard lesson about that.
The lesson was simple enough.
The British and French, who
had the main responsibility in
those days, let things elide until
Germany's rearmament under
Adolf Hitler had caused the bal-
ance of power to go to hell in a
hack. Whereupon the British
and French inevitably discov-
ered that they had no remain-
ing choices except to fight like
cornered rats, or to give in..
FORTUNATELY for every
one of us, the British particularly
chose to defy the apparent odds,
and to fight with measureless
courage. The British left-wing
intellectuals, symbolized by that
virtuous old fool, George L<g-
bury, were responsible for the'
silly slogans that largely pro-
duced the second world war,
such as "Arms races cause
wars." Some British right-wing-
ers, symbolized by the Marriu< sa
of Halifax, also played their own
sordid roles, now revealed by. the
publication of the Cabinet
papers.
At any rate, this was the cen-
tral experience, in very differ-
ent ways, in the lives of Richard
M. Nixon and Henry A Kis-
singer. It brought the United
States into the second world
war. Thank God it did, too. For
where should we be today if the
United States had stood aside
and a successful Nazi -Germany
haa been the first to develop a
full panoply of nuclear weapons?
IT IS THIS oddly, very dif-
ferently shared experience, in
turn, which underlies, the rela-
tionship between Richard Nixon
and Henry Kissinger.
The two men, so-different in
all other ways, nonetheless talk,
(Continued on Pae 13-A)
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COMMENT
by EDWARD COHEN
The major problem with pov-
erty, I suspect, is that it has no
glamor. Like the proverbial
weather topic, it's one of those
things we talk about but no-
body does anything about it.
Without going into the files to
check, I wouldn't be surprised
to discover that I had written
about migrant poverty just
about this time last year, and
the year before. But this is not
about migrant poverty, it's
about the Jewish poor.
THAT WE have had such
poor among us we have known
for many years statistically.
I don't believe that there has
been a conscious effort to hide
the facts; it's just that we've
been too busy with more im-
portant things.
During this quarter-century
of unprecedented economic well-
being for a large percentage of
Jews our philanthropic concerns
have been monumental: Israel,
refugees, national agencies, uni-
versities and hospitals. Read the
Jewish Floridian week-to-week
these winter months and you
know where your money's at.
SURE, WE have concern for
our own poor and all the poor,
but somehow that concern has
not really been tested. We gave
our full support to Johnson's
War Against Poverty, to other
efforts that would raise the liv-
ing standards of the blacks and
browns, the dispossessed of our
affluent society. But as anyone
who has ever worked among
them will tell, the poor are a
very depressing lot and, with
exceptions like Cesar Chavez,
have very little charisma.
As a new American Jewish
Committee book, "The Other
Jews: Portraits in Poverty," re-
lates it: "They are the elderly,
the unskilled, the religiously
and culturally isolated, the
fatherless, the sick, the margin-
ally employed."
THERE'S debate about how
many there are in this country:
AJC's figure of close to a mil-
lion is challenged privately by
Federation officials. But they
have no hard figures of their
own. Sure, there's been concern,
but not that much.
With that as a prelude, I have
been thinking of a talk I had
recently with Liliane Leva (Mrs.
Stanley) Winn a dynamic local
lady who had just returned from
the World Zionist Congress with
a mission: to organize an Ameri-
can Sephardic Federation so
that the plight of the hundreds
of thousands of Oriental Jews
in Israel can be brought to the
attention of world Jewry.
IN THE big news about
Hadassah's walkout from the
Congress, the denial of a plat-
form to Rabbi Kahane and
Nahum Goldmann, Rabbi Abra-
ham Heschel's challenge to Or-
thodox theocracy and the emi-
gration of Soviet Jewry, it is
not surprising that Mrs. Winn's
plea for the poor of Israel
(mostly the Sephardi, or Orien-
tals) at a plenary session re-
ceived no press coverage. At
least not in this country, from
my close review of JTA and
other dispatches.
Yet, there are others of great-
er stature who agree with her
that "Israeli society will only
be safe as long as it is a just
society, and its very survival
hinges upon the solving of this
urgent problem."
RABBI Arthur Hertzberg, a
member of the Jewish Agency
Executive who lectured here not
too long ago, told us that there
were some 200,000 of these
poorly educated Oriental Jews
"outside the normal life of Is-
rael." Juvenile delinquency is 15
times the Ashkenazi rate Mrs.
Winn told me that the "Pan-
therim" ( a new Hebrew word.')
are made up mostly of some
40,000 youths from ages 14 to
20 who are out of school, un-
employed and kept out of the
Army which has real status in
Israel for this age group.
Incidentally, the name of Black
Panthers" was not just lifted
from the extremist American
group. The head of the Jeru-
salem Sephardi Council points
out that many Israelis have long
referred to these youths as
"schwartze wilde chayes."
A MOROCCAN* who came to the
United States 10 years ago to
work for the United Nations.
Mrs. Winn is a very attractive
and spirited woman who is de-
termined to bring help to her
people. It may be that she has
come along at the right time.
Whether some of us like it
or not, there is a conscious in-
ward turning of the Jewish
people. If concern for poverty is
now a Jewish thing, we may yet
find some glamor tn the elderly
of South Beach, the ghettos of
Crown Heights and the Black
Pantherim of Israel and give
even greater meaning to "Am
Yisroel Chai."
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Seminary's 13th Annual Academic
Convocation Scheduled Feb. 24
Four men of the highest achieve-
ment in their fields thro-; of
them world renowned will he
principal participants here in the
13th annual convocation and din-
ner of The Jewish Theological
Seminary of America Thursday,
Feb. 24.
The four arc former Chief Jus-
tice of the United States Earl
Warren; Professor Lsidor I. Rabi
winner in 1944 of the Nobel prize
in physics; Dr. Louis Finkelstein,
chancellor of The Jewish Theologi-
cal Seminary and an internation-
ally recognized scholar, historian
and rabbinical leader, and Benja-
min H. Swig of San Francisco, a
realtor and philanthropist of na-
tional reputation.
All will take part in the Semi-
nary's annual academic convoca-
tion to be held for the 13th year
in succession in Temple Emanu-El
of Miami Beach, and in the 85-
year-old institution's convocation
dinner to be held several hours
later in the Diplomat Hotel, Holly-
wood.
The former chief justice, who is
making his first visit to Miami
since his retirement from the Su-
preme Court in 1968. will deliver
the principal address at the dinner.
Earlier in the day in Temple
Emanu-El, he will join with Dr.
Finkelstein and other Seminary
leaders in presenting the institu-
tion's first Earl Warren Medal to
Prof. Rabi (pronounced Robby).
Prof. Rabi won the Nobel prize
at the height of World War II for
the resonance method of recording
the magnetic properties of atomic
nuclei. Among his many other af-
filiations, he is the United States'
member on the Science Committee
of the United Nations, serves as
U.S. representative on the advis-
ory committee to the Secretary-
General of the U.N. and is univer-
sity professor emeritus of Columbia
University.
Mr. Swig, a member of the Semi-
nary's board of directors, will be
invested as an honorary fellow of
the institution's Society of Fel-
lows. The Society was created by
the Seminary in 1966 and has been
heaced since then by Mr. Warren.
On the same day six others will
receive the Seminary's National
Community Service Award. They
are Walter Artzt of N->w York, an
inventor, textiles industrialist, phi-
lanthromst and poet: Samuel M.
Bernstein of Great Neck. NY., an
industrialist and philanthropist
who is president of Premium Coai
and Oil Companv of N^w York:
Eloanorc M. Cohen of Miami
Beach, a leader in civic, chari-
table, educational and religions
causes; Alexander Has-an of Wash-
ington, DC. a civil engineer anJ
prominent religious 'avman who
is president of Ixiisda'e Utilities
Corporation of Washington and
his wife. Svlvia, a leader in civic
and philanthropic affair- financier
M. Mac Schwebcl of White Plains.
NY., and Herman L. Shaw of
Miami, industrialist and philan-
thropist who is chairman of the
board of the Aquafi't-r Colora-
tion and former oreid^nt of Tem-
ple Ner Tamid of Miami Beach.
Each of the six will be cited for
"giving fresh force to the scriot.
ual imperative to perform good
deeds/'
Dr Finke'stein will he joined
by Dr. Max Artzt, vi-*> chancellor,
and Dr. Bernard Mandelbajm.
president, in presenting the awards
and in investing Mr. Swig as an
honorary fellow.
Samuel P. Mandell and Sidney
M. Baer, noted Philadelphia Jew-
ish leaders, are serving as dinner
committee and dinner chairmen,
respectively.
Dr. Avraham Holtz, associate
professor of Modern Hebrew Lit-
erature at the Jewish Theological
Seminary, will deliver the con-
vocation's 13th annual SamucT
Friedland lecture following the
presentations to Prof. Rabi and
the investiture of Mr. Swig. Dr.
Holtz will talk on "Jerusalem: City
of Vision and Prayer."
An academic procession of rep-
resentatives of colleges and uni-
versities from all parts of the
country and including clergymen
of the Catholic, Protestant and
Jewish faiths will oi>en the cere-
monies in the temple. Admission
will be free to ticket holders, who
may secure them at the Temple
Emanu-El office on a first-come,
first-served basis. The ceremonies
will begin at 3 p.m.
Admission to the dinner In the
Diplomat Hotel following a 6 p.m.
reception will be by invitation
only.
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Farband LZO Schedules
Annual CJA-IEF Event
Th'- Karbnnd Labor Zionist
>li>\vment will hold i;< seventh
i-.nnu.i! confoivnee, lunrhfon arid
< jnit at 12:."V) p.m. Sunday in
lit' Al'^iii-s Hotel.
Th affair on lx-hnlf of thi-
Creator Miami JVwish Fodcra-
CijB'fl 1972 CJA-IKF oampai-n
will feature Col. Ran Ronen. Is-
raeli Air Force ace, as the j.uest
.^leaker.
Col. Ronen. who comn-.an'ed the
First Squadron during the Six-Day
War. was appointed commander of
ihe Air Force Plying Sihool in
1988. He is presently nttendins an
: ricntation course at Quantico Va.
Also scheduled to addres-. thi'
conference are Dr. Irving Lehr-
iVialV.'-spiritual leader of" tem))le
1 jnanu-Kl. and Arthur S. Rosi-
chan, executive vice president of
the Greater Miami Jewish Fe. ela-
tion.
An afternoon musical program
1 will also highlight the affair.
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Dr. Richardson PTA's Guest
"Is Your Child Developing Prop-
erly?" was to be the topic dis-
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Editorial Staffer To Sp
Shelomo ben-Israel, a former
political writer on Mid-Eastern af-
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Rabins Named Chairman Of Harvard Professor Lecturing Sunday At Temple Menorah
Hillerest's Bonds Dinner
William G. Rabins has been past president of Hillcrcst B'nai
named chairman of the Hillcrcst B'rith, director of Temple Sold
Country Club-Israel Dinner of and vice president of Hillcrcst
Country .Club. He has also been a
director of thfl.. Ro<*\.llo..Center
and ZOA board nv-mlicr at Tem-
ple B'nai Sholom in New York.
Mr. Rabins said that this dinner
will become an annual affair at
Hillcrcst Country Club.
Samuel S. Shenyuod, who has
been named to recfiyjj the State
of Israel Shalom Award, is being
recognized by community leaders
for his pulstanding devotion and
leadership in many activities for
Israel.
American-Jew ish humorist Lew
Norman will provide the evening's
entertainment and the country
club's own Band will nro\ide music
for this affair.
"Zionism As A Revolution" will
be the topic ot a lecture presented
by Prof. Yosef H. Yerushalmi of
Harvard University at Temple Me-
norah's annual lecture series Sun-
day at 8 p.m.
Dr. Yerushalmi, a native of New
York., is, m. .ja-achmtc. ot.Jfeshiva
1,'niWsi- aiul the ^wisrtThco-
logical Seminary o( America and
holds M.A. and PHxL decrees irv
WILLIAM G. RABINS
State to be held Sunday evening,
Feb. 20, at the Club, according to
Michael Litvak, director of Israel
Bonds.
Mr. Rabins is the founder and
Dr. Arzt Pulpit
Guest Friday At
Temple Eiuanu-El
Dr. Max Arzt, vice chancellor of
The Jewish Theological Seminary
r;f America, the pulpit guest as the
S:30 p.m. Tiidav service at Temple
Emanu-El, will preach on "The
Power of Negative Thinking."
Rabbi Irving Lehrman will of-
ficiate.
Dr. Arzt serves as Israel Gold-
stein Profe^or of Practical Theo-
logy on thejaculty of the Rabbini-
cal Schooi Jbf the -'Seminary. He
served as-president of the Rabbini-
cal Assembly of America in 1939.
A former national vice presid 'tit
of the Synagogue Council of
America, he-was chairman of the
Joint Prayer Book Commission of
ihe United Synagogue and ihe
Rabbinical Assembly.
Dr. Arzt the author of Talmudic
researches which api>eared in "he
Jubilee Volumes published in hon-
or of Professor Alexander Marx
nd Professor Mordecai M. Kap-
lan is a contributing editor of
Judaism." He is also the author
of "Justice and Mercy" a com-
mentary on the Liturgy of the
New Year ami the Day of Atone-
ment.
Dr. Arzt was a U.S. delegate
to the Atlantic NATO Congress
which was held in London and
he is a charter member of the
Advisory Council of the Inter-a-
tional Movement for Atlantic Un-
ion, Inc.
Dr. Arzt will open the Forum
Series in the Friedland Ballroom
en the general theme. "Judaism
and The Religions of the World"
Sunday morning.
United Fund Award Goes To
Miami's Golden Age Club
Miami's Golden Age Club was
presented with a Fair Share
Award by the United Fund of
Dade County in ceremonies he'd
" -nday at th 'Y,' 8500 SW 8th
St.
The clun. formed by members
of the YM-YWHA, received the
award from Harold Solomon, well-
known attorney who was a divi-
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Friday, February I*, 1972
Sen. Jackson Will Address Histadrut
Annual Conclave
To Start Tuesday
#
Discussing plans for Mayor Eliahu Navi's
participation in next week's national Mid-
Winter Conference of the Israel Histadrut
Foundation are, left to right, Mayor Steve
Clark of Dade County; Dr. Leon Kronish,
chairman of the Foundation; Dr. M. Stem,
director of the Central Negev Hospital in
Beersheba; and Mayor Navi. The meeting
took place last summer in the Negev capi-
tal, where the South Florida Medical Center
is affiliated with the hospital headed by Dr.
Stern and operated by Histadrut's famed
Kupat Holim medical network.
Mayor Navi Of Beersheba Flying
To Miami For Histadrut Confab
The mayor of Beersheba, Israel
Dade Count v's sister city as
proclaimed by the Metro Commis-
sion last year will fly here next
month to take part in the seventh
annual National Mid-Winter Con-
ference of the Israel Histadrut
Foundation. Announcement of
Mayor Eliahu Navi's acceptance
was made by Moe Levin, chair-
man, and Samuel Feinstein, presi-
dent of the Israel Histadrut Coun-
cil of South Florida, hosts to the
yearly conclave.
The 1972 Mid-Winter Confer-
ence will be held Tuesday through
Thursday at the Fontainebleau
Hotel in Miami Beach, with Mayor
Steve Clark of Dade County sche-
duled to be on hand to welcome
Mayor Navi. The two men took
part in last summer's dedication
of the South Florida Medical Cen-
ter in Beersheba, capital city of
the Negev, Israel's desert region.
The medical center In Beer-
sheba includes the Lillian and
Leon Kronish Medical Clinic,
named in honor of Dr. and Mrs,
Kronish of Temple Belli Sholom,
and the Steve Clark Medical
Clinic, named in honor of the
mayor who long has been a
champion of Israel.
Soldier, lawyer, scholar and
judge. Mayor Navi is one of the
younger generation of Jews from
the Oriental countries who is tak-
ing a leading role in the life of
modern Israel.
Born in Iraq in 1920. Mr. Navi
j came to Israel at the age of five.
j He received a traditional Hebrew-
education and pursued his higher
{education in two fields; he studied
| Islam, the Arabs and the Middle
I East; and he studied law.
Prior to Israel's War of Inde-
pendence in 1948. Mr. Navi served
as secretary to Chief Rabbi Uziel.
He was also secretary to the noted
Orientalist Yitzhak Benjamin
Yehuda and conducted courses to
Mukhtars (village heads) in the
| Negev.
On the executive committee
of the General Organization of
Jewish Watchmen in Israel he
served as secretary of the group
I and was a constant companion
I of the legendary Abraham
| Shapira, who resolved many
Jewish-Arab disputes.
On the eve of Israel's indepen-
dence, Mr. Navi helped found the
Arabic radio station of the under-
ground Hagana and conducted
weekly broadcasts in Arabic from
February, 1948, to the end of
1957. During the War of Indepen-
dence, he was an officer in a
Druze unit of the Israel Army.
He was discharged from the army
: in 1954 with the rank of major.
From 1954 to 1957, Mr. Navi
I practiced law In Tel Aviv and
1 Beersheba, and appeared in
cases before the Moslem religi-
ous courts. He is an expert on
Bedouin life and laws.
In 1957. Mr. Navi was appointed
j judge in Beersheba. the first such
'tost in the Negev. In 1963 he
was elected Mayor of Beersheba.
1 on the Mapai ticket.
He is married and has three
daughters. His wife, Bruria, came
from Germany and was his first
I English teacher.
William Sylk
President Of
National Body
William H. Sylk of Philadelphia,
president of the Israel Histadrut
Foundation, is in Miami Beach
to coordinate plans for the seventh
annual national Mid-Winter Con-
ference. One of the foremost Zion-
ist leaders in the United States,
Mr. Sylk has presided over every
Mid-Winter Conference since the
inception of the conclave in 1966.
He serves or has served as chair-
man of the board of the Governor
Lawrence Youth Center in Israel,
as director of the American Teoh-
nion Society and board member
of the Allied Jewish Appeal of
Philadelphia.
Other communal activities in-
clude service as chairman of
the board of Maimonides Hos-
pital and former president of the
Jewish National Fund Founda-
tion for Pennsylvania.
An officer of Har Zion Temple,
largest Conservative congregation
in Pennsylvania, Mr. Sylk is honor-
ed by having the Har Zion audi-
torium bear his name.
Mr. Sylk achieved national
Judge Shapiro
Tax Talk Set
One of the featured sessions of
the Mid-Winter Conference, the
annual Forum on Personal Fin-
ancial Planning, will feature
Judge Herbert S. Shapiro of
Miami Beach in a presentation
on new tax legislation for 1972.
Judge Shapiro, legal counsel
for the Israel Histadrut Council
and a distinguished member of
the Florida Bar, is president of
Temple Emanu-Kl in Miami
Beach. He is past president of
the Florida chapter of the Am-
erican Friends of the Hebrew
I'niversity.
One of the state's best known
authorities on estate planning.
Judge Shapiro is a vice president
of the Greater Miami Hebrew-
academy and an active leader in
numerous other non-sectarian.
Jewish and Israeli causes.
An outstanding speaker and in- j He has served the Israel Hista-
dustrialist, Mr. Sylk works close- '.'rut Foundation since its incep-
ly with board chairman Dr. Leon ] tion, contributing countless hun-
Kronish and Sol Stein, executive rlreds of hours in advising poten-
vice president, in planning each tial donors of the advantages of
year's Mid-Winter Conference. deferred giving.
WILLIAM SYLK
prominence in the Jewish and
Zionist communities in 1945
when he was one of the 21 per-
sons who took part in the fam-
ous Sonneborn meeting at the
Biltmore Hotel In New York.
At that session, leaders of Am-
erican Jewry assured David
Ben-Gurion that full support for
the creation and support of a
Jewish nation in Palestine would
be forthcoming.
Sen. Henry M. Jackson, Demo-
crat from Washington, will ad-
dress the Wednesday afternoon
session of the Israel Histadrut
Foundation's seventh annual na-
tional Mid-Winter Conference.
The 2 p.m. session at the Fon-
tainebleau is free and open to
the general public, but reserva-
tions are required. They may be
secured by telephoning 538-1231 or
538-3101.
Known as "Scoop" to millions
of Americans, Sen. Jackson is a
leading contender for the 1972
Presidential nomination. His serv-
ice to the State of Israel pre-
dates the nation, and is widely
recognized by world Jewish figures
and by officials of the Government
of Israel.
Sen. Jackson has been a fre-
quent visitor to Florida, and last
December won the 1971 Aca-
demy Award of the Greater
Miami Hebrew Academy for his
lifetime of distinguished service
to the State of Israel, the Uni-
ted States and the Jewish
people.
Author and chief proponent of
the Jackson amendments which j
provided S800 million in credits
lor Israel during the past two
years, the Washingtonian only
last week introduced a bill in
the Senate to provide Israel with
an additional $250 million.
The new funds would grant
the Jewish nation those funds to
help resettle the tens of thou-
sands of Soviet Russian refugees
who are fleeing to Israel. Imme-
diate reaction to the Jackson
measure from national leaders
was highly favorable.
Sen. Jackson was elected to the
Congress in 1944 when only 12
Jewish families lived in his en-
tire Congressional district. He
last visited Israel in 1970, con-
ferring with Prime Minister Golda
SIH. HtNRy ML IACKS0H
Meir and Defense Minister
Moshe Dayan. Sen. Jackson Is
credited with enabling Israel to
purchase Phantom jets from,the
United States becaue* of hi% -un-
relenting leadership in Congress.
He was elected prosecuting
attorney at the age of 26, and
went to Washington tteo year*
later for the first of six terms
in the House of Representatives.
Sen. Jackson win elected to
the Senate in 1952 and reelected
in 1958, 1964 and 1970. The last
time, he received 83.9 per cent
of the vote, a national record
for a two-party state.
He served as chairman of the
Democratic National Committee
in 1960, at the request of Sen.
John F. Kennedy, then his party's
Presidential nominee. He was the
first Protestant chairman of the
party since the late Cordell Hull
;*nd guided the victory of the
first Catholic President.
LABOR ZIONIST PRESIDENT KEYNOTER
Judah Shapiro Opens
Conference Tuesday
Dr. Judah J. Shapiro, keynote
speaker for the Israel Histadrut
Foundation's seventh annual Mid-
Winter Conference, will make his
tirst appearance in Miami Beach
since his election last month as
first national president of the
newly formed Labor Zionist Al-
liance.
Dr. Shapiro has been named edi-
tor of The Jewish Frontier, the
noted monthly magazine of the
Labor Zionist movement in the
I'nitcd States. He also serves as
professor of Contemporary Jewish
Thought of the Hebrew Union Col-
lege Jewish Institute of Reli-
gion's School of Jewish Communal
Service.
Professor of sociology in the
graduate division of the Herz-
liah Jewish Teachers Seminary.
Dr. Shapiro is the former na-
tional ilin-ctor of the B'nai
B'rlih Hillel Foundations. He
has served as secretary of the
National Foundation for Jewish
Culture and as director of Cul-
tural and Educational Recon-
struction of the American Jew-
ish Joint Distribution Commit-
tee.
He was director of the Confer-
ence of Jewish Material Claims
against Germany and secretary of
the Yivo Center for Advanced
Jewish Studies. Dr. Shapiro has
taught history, sociology and con-
temporary Jewish affairs.
A doctorate from Harvard Uni-
versity climaxed his education at
the College of the City of New
York, Columbia University and
t''
' J
JUDAH SHAPIRO
Yeshiva University.
He is a (Hist national president
of the National Conference on
Jewish Communal Service and
serves on the boards of numer-
ous organizations and on several
advisory committees in the field
of Jewish cult 'in- and education,
youth services, and college-re-
lated programs.
He was chairman of the "Royal
Commission" on the reorganiza-
tion of the Zionist Movement
which led to the creation of tha
American Zionist Federation. He
has been and continues to be a
leading advocate of democracy
in Jewish life. (Pd. Adv.)




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Dr. Sol Stein en# Harris Featured
Talking over details of the National Mid-Winter Conference
of-'the Israel Histadrut Conference at which the initial Ben-
Gtyrion-Iscdel Histadrut Medals of Honor will be presented
are" former Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion, left, and Dr.
Leon Kronish. Photograph was taken in Tel Aviv last week
when Dr. Kronish visited the first secretary general of the
Histadrut to. outline the three-day conclave expected to at-
tract more than 1,000 delegates. Mr. Ben-Gurion and Rabbi
Kronish have worked for Histadrut and Israel together for
more than 30 years.
To Speak At
Seminar Here
Dr. Sol Stein, national executive
director of the Israel Histadrut
Campaign, and executive vice pre-
sident of the Israel Histadrut
Foundation, has had a long career
in economies and has particularly
speciali.'.ed in the economy of Is-
rael.
Born in Vilna, Lithuania, he
studied at the University of Ghent
in Belgium, where he received his
doctorate in economics. He served
in diverse Zionist capacities in
that country and, for five years
i-ntil the outbreak of World War
II, he was Director of the Jewish
National Fund in Belgium and
editor of a French language
Jewish publication.
Fleeing liefore the Nazi*, he
came to the United States in
1940. where he occupied execu-
tive positions with the Jewish
National Fund, until he resigned
in 1960 to assume the post of
At Concluding Dinner
Mid-Winter Conclave Gets
Morris Lange as Chairman
Sen. Fred Harris of Oklahoma,
former chairman of the Demo-
cratic National Committee, will
be the guest speaker at the Thurs-
day night I anquet which will con-
clude this year's Mid-Winter Con-
ference of the Israel Histadrut
foundation. A record attendance
is expected for the dinner session
in the Grand Ballroom of the
Fontainebleau Hotel at which the
Ben Gurion Israel Histadrut
Medals of Honor will be presented.
Elected to the United States
Senate at the age of 33, Sen.
Harris immediately catapulted in-
to, national prominence. He was,
lor a short time this year, a can-
didate for his party's 1972 Presi-
dential nomination.
In 195, he was named chair-
man of the Senate StilH'ommit-
tee on Government Research,
becoming one of the few men in
liistory to be named to a sub-
committee chairmanship during
Serving as general chairman of
this year's Mid-Winter Conference,
eventh such event to be held in
one child, Mrs. Richard Dohrin.
And Florence has given him two
two grandchildren, Diane and
Jin.
Morris and Johanna Lange
climaxed a lifetime of devotion
and service to Israel and the His-
tadrut by establishing the Morris
and Johanna Lange Youtl. Center
in Ramat Hasharon, which is to-
day serving the recreational needs
ol the youth of the area, Hapoel,
and providing classrooms for the
school system of the community.
-
Conference
Principals
I
MORRIS LANCE
Miami Beach, is one of Cleveland's
foremost Jewish community lead-
ers. Morris I,ange. Mr. Lange was
associate chairman of the 1971
Mid-Winter Conference.
Hardly had Morris Lange ar-
rived in the United States in 1923.
when he attended the founding
conference of the Israel Histadrut
Campaign in New York City. Sin-
ce then his ties with the Histadrut
have never been dissolved. His
Activity and devotion to the work
of the Histadrut alter he moved
to Cleveland led him to serve,
ad chairman of the board of direc-
tors of the Cleveland campaign,
chairman of the campaign, and
currently as its Honorary Chair-
man.
He is a member of the Board
of Directors of the National
t ommltee for Labor Israel and
a founder of the Israel Hista-
drut Foundation, Inc. A second
major interest in his life is Jew-
ish education and culture. He
served for twelve years as chair-
man of the Yiddish Culture
* ommittee of the Jewish Com-
munity Center of Cleveland. He
has served as a member of the
Board or Directors of the Bu-
reau of Jewish Education. Bonds
for Israel, Jewish Communitv
Federation, and the Jewish
Community Center. He Is a
member of Fairmount Temple.
Almost parenthetically, one can
say that he is founder and served
as president of the Superior Fun- |
orfti Supply Corporation to which
hc'Js today a managing consultant, j
He and his wife Johanna have
SEN. fRED HARRIS
DR. SOL STEIN
Executive Director of the Na-
tional Committee for Labor Is-
rael.
Under his dynamic leadership,
Ihe fund raising activities of the
51-year old Histadrut campaign
have been bolstered by the intro-
duction of new approaches and
techniques. An authority on taxa-
tion and deferred giving, he help-
ed organize the Histadrut Founda-
tion, whose first chairman was
(ormer U.S. Supreme Court Jus-
tice Arthur J. Goldberg.
Together with its subsidiaries
the Histadrut Life Income
Fund and the Histadrut Annuity
Fund the Foundation has pro-
cured more than $22 million in
bequests and other long-range
commitments for the Histadrut
welfare programs in Israel.
Within the framework of the
Histadrut campaign, Dr. Stein
launched the Histadrut Scholar-
ship Fund to help provide second-
! ary education and vocational
training for Israeli youngsters
' from underprivileged families.
He was also Instrumental In
establishing the Histadrut Foun-
dation for Educational Travel,
which provides group travel to
Israel and has pioneered the
now famous Histadrut summc r
programs in Israel for American
youth, such ns the Teen Town
at Hakfar Hayarok and summer
camp at Gcsher Ila/.iv, the Kib-
butz Experimental Program and
the Kibbutz Vacation Program
for college students.
Dr. Stein has written and lec-
tured extensively on the econo-
mic problems of Israel, and his
weekly, year-round radio broad-
casts over Station WFVD in New
York, on personal financial and es-
tate planning, have attracted one
of the largest listening audiences
of that station.
his first year of service in the
Congress' senior body.
He and his wife, LaQonna* a
member of the Comanehe Indian
Tribe, have been outspoken in
.heir support of minority groups
n this country. The senator has
een a strong supporter of Israel
inee being elected to the Senate
in 1964. Ho was re-elected to a
full, six-year term in 1966.
After founding a four-member
law firm at Lawton, Okla., Sen.
Harris ran for and was elected
to the state senate of Oklahoma,
where he served for eight years,
before winning his two United
States Senate terms.
He was named by the United
States Junior Chamber of Com-
merce in 1965 as one of the 10
outstanding young men in the
nation. Six years earlier he had
been given honor by the Okla
hotna Jaycces as the outstanding
young man of the state.
Judge Cercone To Moderate
Wednesday Financial Forum
Judge William F. Cercone of
the Superior Court of Pennsyl-
vania is one of the staunchest
supporters of the State of Israel
in the United States. He will pre-
side over Wednesday afternoon's
Forum on Personal Financial
Planning at the Fontainebleau
Hotel, a highlight of the Israel
Histadrut Foundation's national
Mid-Winter Conference.
He will preside over the ses-
sion, at which L'.S. Sen. Henry
M. (Scoop) Jackson of Washing-
ton will speak. Admission is
free, but reservations are re-
quired. They may l>e secured at
Histadrut conference headquar-
ters. Suite 214, One Lincoln
Koad Bldg., or by telephoning
53-I231 or 538-3101.
Judge Cercone, a veteran of the
U.S. Navy amphibious forces du-
i ing World War II, is a former
Special Assistant United States
Attorney General. He was Special
Deputy Attorney General of Pen-
nsylvania, Judge of the Court of
Common Pleas of Allegheny Coun-
ty and elected in 1968 to the Sup-
erior Court.
He has won honors from the
Veterans of Foreign Wars, Catho-
lic War Veterans, Jewish War
Veterans, American Legion, Dis-
abled American Veterans, Aca-
demy of Trial Lawyers and the
Israel Histadurt Council of Pen-
nsylvania.
National president of the Sons
of Columbus of America, he has
served In that post for five
years and is only the fourth pre-
sident in its 45-year history.
In 1965. scholarship funds for
high school and college students
were established in Israel through
the Judge William F. Cercone
Scholarship Fund, a project of thr
Histadrut organization in Pitts
burgh.
SHL0M0 BEN-ISRAEL SCHEDULED
Daily Forward News Editor
Will Talk Tuesday Night
Shlomo Ben-Israel, who will
share speaking honors with Dr.
Judah Shapiro Tuesday night at
the Fontainebleau Hotel, brings
SHLOMO BIN-ISRAEL
to the Mid-Winter Conference a
highly specialized knowledge of
Histadrut, Israel and the entire
Middle East.
United Nations correspondent
and foreign news editor of the
ramed Jewish Dally Forward,
he was political writer for the
Boston Globe on Middle Eastern
affairs before joining the For-
ward.
For the past 21 years, he has
served as political news analyst
in radio station WEVD in New
fork. His weekly Review of the
News, broadcast in Yiddish, has
one of the largest audiences in
the city and is the only half hour
of its kind in the United States.
In 1966. Mr. Ben-Israel visited
the Soviet Union to report on
Jewish life there. His fluency
in the Russian language made
his study mission there most
significant.
He reached the grass roots of
the developing crisis for the Soviet
Unions three million Jews, and
lie published a highly informative
series of articles on his impres-
sions of Russia in the Forward.
The American Jewish Commit-
lee published in 1967 an English
translation of the series, entitled:
Russian Sketches A Visit to
Jews Without Hope.
Mr. Ben-Israel served as cor-
respondent in the Middle Last
for the Jerusalem Daily Dear
Ila.vom from 1933 until 198*5.
and then l>egan covering Middle
East developments for American
newspapers in the hectic days
after World War II. He covered
both the Sinai Campaign or 1956
and the Six-Day War of June.
1967. broadcasting directly from
Israel.
Reservations to hear Mr. Ben-
Israel, Dr. Shapiro and Israel De-
puty Consul General for Political
Affairs Yaakov Aviad may be
made by telephoning 538-3101.
There is no charge, but reserva-
tions arc required. (Pd. Adv.)


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When Not To Conform
Rabbi Schwartz
KABBI HVKin K. SCHWARTZ
Kal.l.i Kni.i itus of
Congregation Beth Israel.
Ilem|>sle.i It is not infrequently assumed
fiat the Ten Commandments con-
stitute the sole
basis of Jewish
Law. To be sure,
these are pri-
mary and basic,
but not the en-
tire Law.
In the Scrip-
tural lesson of
this week
Mishpatim we
meet numerous
other laws. So
too, in the rest
of the Torah
(written law) and in the Talmud
(oral law) there are countless
others that are likewise part of
the Jewish Code of Law.
The Sedrah Mishpatim deals
with laws, ordinances and statutes
that cover the gamut of human
relations. In all, these are laws
tempered with mercy, compounded
with compassion and softened with
a heart, calling for putting oneself
in the place of the next fellow.
We should like however to com-
ment particularly on Kxodus 23:2.
the verse which says: "Do not fol-
low tiic majority to do evil."
The general view is: follow the
majority, and if it does not square
With your opinion, keep it to
yourself.
The quoted Biblical verso, how-
ever, exhorts us to dare to takc
Jssue with the majority, if and
when, in our judgement, the ma-
jority is in error, unjust .immoral.
At such times, we must not be
swayed by majority rule, but must
demonstrate the courage to stand
up against it. The very survival
oi the Jew is history's classic ex-
smple of a minority daring to dif-
fer.
Of course, there are times when,
and areas where it is right to
po along with the crowd name-
ly, when our own individual judge-
ment and self-respect are not
challenged or compromised. When
they are, however, we are to
have the courage to differ. This
applies particularly in matters
of morals, personal conduct, re-
ligion.
How urgently our youthful non-
conforming conformists today re-
quire this counsel and exhorta-
tion they who often forfeit
their own sense of right, self-
icspect and sense of propriety
for the majority norms, its stand-
ards of thought and conduct.
Furthermore, are not some
adults equally as culpable of this
tendency to swim with the tide
and to do what everybody else
is doing? Where is the courage
to differ and stand up for the
right?
On the other hand, what rare
demonstrations of moral valor
demonstrations of moral labor
our young Russian Jews are show-
ing today, in daring to speak out
at the risk of their jobs, personal
affliction, incarceration, against
the discrimination they suffer as
Jews, and opt for emigration to
Israel, there to take their stand
with their Israeli brethren.
Does it not seem then, that our
society today sorely needs brave
protesters to bring the majority
back to the sights and values of
the daring minority?
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CANDLEU&HTING TIME
26 SHEVAT 5:49
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W^WSAA.
Footlighters Donate Plaque
In Memory off Joe E. Lewis
The memory of the late great
comedian and patron of racing.
Joe E. Lewis, will be preserved
in a plaque to be presented to
Gulfstrcam Park and hung at the
clubhouse entrance. The plaque is
being donated by the Footlighters
Club of Miami Beach, headed by-
Lou Marsh of the Marsh and Ad-
ams comedy team.
F.mil G. Romo, chairman of the i
club's committee to commemorate (
Joe E. Lewis, said the presents-
tion has been scheduled for 11:301
a.m. Monday at the main entrance
to the clubhouse. Among the dig-
nitaries who will take part in the
ceremony are James Donn, Sr..;
chairman of the board of Gulf-
stream; track president James
Donn, Jr., and long-time show
business figure David 'Sonny"
Wcrblin.
BY RABBI DR. SAMUEL"J. FOX
Why Is the Torah read on Sat-
urday afternoon besides the
reading which ha* already been
accomplished on Saturday morn-
ing?
Tlie usual explanation for this
custom is that it serves as an
extra reading for one who may
not be able to get to hear the
Torah reading in the synagogue
on Monday and Thursday morn-
ings. The accepted practice is to
read the full portion of the week
on Saturday morning and then to I
read the first section from the
following portion on Saturday af-
ternoon, Monday morning and
Thursday morning.
The rabbis realized that many
people are engaged in a multitude
of occupations which may not al-
low them ample time to attend
the synagogue on Monday and
Thursday mornings. To serve
these people with a reminder that
the Torah is read at other times
besides Saturday mornings, the
Torah is read on Saturday at the
afternoon service.
Some contend that the Torah is
read on Saturday afternoon to
impress the Sabbath synagogue
worshipper that our reading of the
Torah is a task which is indeed
never completed. We must be ever \
anxious to continue this holy pur-
suit and ever developing our inter-
est and knowledge of the Holy
Torah.
(c), 1ST. Jewish Telegraphic Agency
Seniors Install
1972 Officers
The Senior Citizen Friendship
Club of the North County Branch
of the YM-YWHA of Greater Mi-
ami, will install the new officer-,
for this year. Saturday in the
Washington Federal Auditorium.
699 NE 167th St., North Miami
Beach.
Marvin Lieberman. assistant ex-
ecutive director of the YMHA, will
administer the oath of office to
Sara Madison, president; Benjamin
Nagel, first vice president; Sue
Nagel, second vice president; Es- j
ther Klein, recording secretary;
Herman Klein, treasurer; Helen
Schneider, social secretary; Wil-
liam Kimmel, sergeant-at-arms and
Isidore Hirsch, chaplin.
Guest speaker of the evening
will be the Hon. David I-apham.
msv' of the City of North Miami
Beach.
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SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Mishpatim
"These are the ordinances which thou shalt set before
them" .
MASTER AND SERVANT: Heading the list of ordinances
aronfcha^trma safeguard the fcuBMuee- treatment of slaves. A. j
purchased Hebrew slave must be set free by his master 'ofter ix
years' services. If his wife and children follow htm into slavery
they leave with him. A Hebrew slave-wife Is to be treated- as
tliough she were free born.
CAPITAL PUNISHMENT: The death penalty is imposed
for the following crimes: willful or pre-meditated murder, strik-
ing a parent, cursing a parent, kidnapping, the practice of witch-
craft, bestiality, and sacrificing to idols.
INJURIES TO THE PERSON: The wrong doer is made'to
pay monetary compensation for injuries he caused. Among the
cases listed arc: injuries inflicted in a fight damages include
compensation for loss of earnings and medical fees; miscarriage
caused accidentaly by men during a brawl or quarrel; death of a
human being caused by an animal whose owner, knowing it to
be dangerous, fails to take proper precautions. (The animal is
stoned to death and the court fixes the amount of damages to
be paid to the next of kin.)
NEGLIGENCE AND THEFT: Compensation must also 'oe
paid for damage to property. If any animal is killed by falling
into ail uncovered pit, the person responsible for such negligenco
mast pay the value of the animal to its owner. Theft is pun-
ished by five-fold restitution for an ox and four-fold for a sheep,
when the animal has been killed or sold. Should the thief be
caught with it in his possession, he must restore the stolem item
and give the owner an additional compensation as a fine A
householder can plead justifiable homicide if he kills a bnnrUir
breaking in during the night. However, he is charged with mur-
der if he kills a housebreaker (luring the day. A thief who Is
too poor to make restitution is sold into slavery. If money or
property entrusted to a neighbor's care is stolen, double thi
value of the lost article is to be paid to the owner. This penalty
i> to be paid by the thief if caught, or by the trustee if f
guilty of embezzlement, or by witnesses who falsely atcitee hint
ol having the article in his possession.
THE TWO TABLETS OF STONE: Moses return..]
Mt. Sinai .and after writing all the precepts given hi:r. by t.'xi
offered sacrifices and read this 'Book of the Covenant* to the
People. They instantly responded by proclaiming "All that
Lord bath spoken we will do and we will hear."


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Feb. IS Gh. 10, 9:30 a.m. The Jewish Worship Hour
Host: Rabbi Morton Malavsky,
Temple Beth Shalom, Hollywood
Feb. 13 Ch. 7, 10 a.m. The Still Small Voice
Feb. 13 Ch. 4, 8:30 a.m. The First Estate
(Related on Ch. 2, 5:30 p.m.)
Host: Rm-. Luther C. Pierce
Topic: "Christian Science"
Guests: Alton A. Davis, Leola Muriell and
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MIAMI
A H A V A T SHALOM CONGREOA-
TION. 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox
Cantor Aron Ben Aror. 1
ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowitz 2
BETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. Ken-
dall Dr. S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. S
Friday &::io p.m. -Ask Tin- Rabbi"
*it Baton.
BETH DAVID. 2626 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau.
Cantor William W. Lipson 4
Kriday K:.'10 p.m. Sermon: "Our
Liberated Girlsa Call Por Con-
sistency." Saturday 9 a.m. The Torah
bosson: Mlshpatlin.
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi H. Rothman 5
BETH KOOESH. i.01 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Leon Segal.
BETH TOV (Temple). 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Cantor Seymour
Hinkes 8
ISRAEL (Temple) OF GREATER
Miami. 137 NE 19th Street Reform
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. 10
Friday SllC p m. Dr. N'arol ill di.^-
c.i.ss; "Should Reform Rabbis Per-
form Mixed Marriages"
ISRAELITE CENTER 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Cantor Nathan
Parnass. 11
Klein. 14
Friil.iy g:ll p.m. Sermon: "Is Man-
datory Retirement at Ak" 65 Moral-
ly and Religiously Justified? Satur-
day 'J a ill. Weekly lilble reading
discussion.
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-
ky. _____ 22
BETH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGREGA-
TION, 843 Meridian Avenue. 22-A
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Dow Roze.icwaig. 23
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi Avrohom
Groner 32
OR OLOM (Tempie) 8755 SW 16th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph
Glixman. 13
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6800 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
ZION (Temple) 8000 Miller Rd. Con-
servative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro.
16
Friday 8:30 p.m. Tople: "Who Shall
Live and win. shall pie?" Saturday
o a.m. Bar Mitzvah: Edward, son ol
l>r. and .Mrs. Bernard Weiss.
HIALEAH
TIFERETH JACOB (Temple). 951 E.
4th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Na-
than Zolondek. 16
Friday 8:16 p.m. Sermon tople: "The
Key To Israel's Spiritual History"
followed by Ones Shabbal hosted by-
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Rao/man. Satur-
day !'::i" am. liar Mitzvah: Kenneth
Heyman.
NORTH MIAMI
BETH MOSHT CONGREGATION
13600 W. Dixie Hwv. Conservative.
Rabbi Joseph Gorfinkel, Cantor Ben
Zion Kirschenbaum. 35
MIAMI BEACH
AGUDATH ISRAEL, 7801 Carlyle Ave
Orthodox. 17
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Berel Wet i. 18
BETH JACOB. SOI Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Sw.r
sky. Csnttf* Maurice Munches. 19
BETH hAPHAEL (Temple). 1545
Jefferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh. 20
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BETH 8HOLOM ( Temple). 4144
Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kronish. Cantor David Conviser. 21
BETH TFILAH 93i Euclid Ave. Or.
EMANUEL (Temple). 1701 Washing,
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler. 24
Friday 8:30 p.m. Guest preacher Dr.
MaxArzl will speak on: 'The Pow-
er of Negative Thinking." Saturday
:> a.m. Lehrman Day School Junior
Choir win present a musical interpre-
tation of 'The Gettysburg Address"
in honor of Lincoln's Birthday.
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetrae
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross 26
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER. 1720 79th Street Cause-
way, North Bay Village. Conserva-
tive. Rabbi Philip Fried. 32-A
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
| ADATH YESHURUN (Temple). 1026
NE Miami Gardens Dr. Conserva.
tive. Rabbi Milton Schlinsky. Can-
tor Nathaniel Schub. 33
BETH TORAH. NE 164th St. at 11th
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Jacob Renzer. 34
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St
Conservative. Rabbi Charles Rubei
Cantor Jack Lerner. 36
CONO. AN-NELL (Brancn of He-
brew Academy). 7th St. and Merid-
ian Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham
Ben-Hillel. 25-A
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington
Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H.
Stern. Cantor Meyer Engel. 26
KNESETH ISRAEL, 141H Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield
Cantor Abraham Seif. 2f
MENORAH (Temple). 620 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Nlco Feldman. 28
Friday 8:18 p.m. Saturday li a.m. Rar
Mitzvah: Erie, sou of Mr. anil Mrs.
Alex Herder
NER TAMIL* tiemp.e). 80th St. anc
Tatum Waterway. Conservative.
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Ed-
ward Klein. 29
Friday 8:16 p.m. Topic: "Some Honest
Thoughts About Interfailh Relation-
ships." Saturday 8:48 a.m Bar Mlts-
vah: Richard Ira. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Sol Dlock.
OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bonlta Dr.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineaa Weber-
man. SO
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmias. 81
SINAI (Tempie) o' NORTH DAD*
18801 NE 22nd Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Ralph P. Kingsley. Cantor Irving
Shulkes. 37
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1548-
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 18151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E.
Caplart 38
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER
MIAMI. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Naftali Porush. 39
coral'gables
JUDEA (Temple) 5600 Granada Blvd
Reform. Rabbi Morris Kipper 40
Friday 8:16 p.m. Guest speaker. Dr.
Eugene KoniT'ad
ZAMORA (Tempie) 44 Zamora Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell Berg
er. Cantor Mordecal Yardeini 41
Friday 8:18 p.m. "Ask The Rabbi,"
discussions between congregation and
Rabbi Berger, Saturday SAT, a.m.,
9:35 a.m.
EMANUEL. 3245 W. Oakland Park
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Arthur J. Ab-
rams. Cantor Jerome KlemenL 43
P0MPAN0 BEACH
SHOLOM (Ten,pie). 132 SE 11th Avs.
Conservative. Rabbi Morris A. Si Cantor Ernest Schrtiber. 49
MARGATE
MARGATE JEWISH CENTER. 4101
NW 9th St.
HAUANDAIE
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER
Rabbi Max J. Weitz. Cantor Rev.
Jacob Danziger. 126 N.E. 1st Av.
HOLLYWOOD
BETH EL (Temple). 1361 S. 14th Av*-
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
Kriday B:15 p.m. Topie: "O
The Man of The Year." follow..-d 1
pneg Shabhat hosted tiv Mr Mrs. Kmanuel Wallenberg and M' I
and Mrs. Stanley Jaoebson. \
0:30 a.m. Conversational Hnhrfw ,(['
Adults: 10:."Hi a.m. The Living Bi*"
series.
SURFSIDE
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION
9293 Harding Ave., Surfside, Town
. Hall Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac D. Vine
6f
FT. LAUDERDALE
BETH ISRAEL (Temple). 547 E. Oak
land Park Blvd. Rabbi Aklva Bril.
liant. Cantor Maurice Neu. 45 i
BETH SHALOM (Temple). 1728 *">"
roe>St. Conservative. Rabbi Mjctt*
Malavsky. Cantor Irving Gold.
SINaI (Temple).. 1201 Johns*" st
Conaervative. Rabbi David ShaP''5-
Cantor Yehcda Heilbraun.
MIRAMAR
ISRAEL (Temple* 6920 SW 86t J
Conservative. Rabbi Avram 0""\
Cantor Abraham Koster.
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Joy, February 11. 1972
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NKW YORK, N.Y. The Impressive fact that has emerged
(i xri the whole business about the secret American peace pro-
-aLs is the bulky, brilliant, omniscient, omnipresent and very
professional fact of Henry Kissinger. Subtract him from the
Nixon equation in the White House and you subtract the China
?o)iey, the Vietnam withdrawal and Vietnamization policy, the
dement of strategic secrecy and surprise, the intellectual scrut-
y that has been brought to bear on the total diplomatic pack-
(age.
There have been brain trust advisers to Presidents, like Harry
J-li 1* nind-the-scenes figures like Col. House. The Kissinger mixture
is lik'' nothing before him. As a public figure, he combines all
the disabilities intellectual, Harvard, divorced, a German-
born Jew, photo-prone with pretty girls, a confidante of the
president. What more fatal combination could one ask for?
& & *
YET TIIERK IS SOMETHING ELSE, which carries all this
0:1. It is KLssinger"s clear and cool ability, the grasp of prob-
-..-. the mastery of material, the historical perspective, the
sheej; professionalism. For a moment the Anderson paper- struck
a blow .it this image, showing Kissinger in his most dubious role
Be he rods! herd on the bureaucracy to carry out Nixon's willful
nr:d iU-.ated Pakistan policy. One version in Washington is that
the Leaks to Anderson may have been aimed at exactly that
Intention, to topple Kissinger from bis dizzying height an
e\fenl th&t might please some foreign governments and perhaps
American? engaged in the cobralike struggle at the Capitol. If
so, it didn't succeed.
If we needed anything to confirm Kissinger's professional-
km, a reading of his press conference remarks and answers
about his secret Paris meetings would do it. They are precise,
subtle an.l responsible without being stuffy.
The combination of President Nixon's speech, with its law-
y. rlik- brief for the defense, along with Kissinger's dialogue with
liters, gives us a tolerably clear view of what sti'l prevents
peace. It is not the Administration's stubborn iusistence on a
Ulitary solution, nor any refusal to discuss a political solution. It
quite simply the reluctance in Hanoi to accept a political solu-
tion short of their own, which is the overthrow direct or indi-
jct of the Thieu regime in Saigon. "We are not prepared,'"
aid Kissinger, "to end this war by turning over the government
South Vietnam as part of a i>olitical deal."
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THAI IS A OOOD KOt'K TO STAND ON. It is healthy to
have the crucial question of the nature of a political- not a
military settlement finally clear enough for debate. I don't
believe it has been clear to most Americans up to now. American
Hbeial opinion about the Saigon government has passed through
interesting phases. First, lhat it was no government, nothing, a
vacuum, a cipher, incapable of holding an army in the field or
retrieving the villages that Vietnamization was hopeless.
Then, thai it was corrupt and dictatorial and not worth saving,
even i: it were possible. Finally, now that it has shown itself
fairly viable, that whatever its character or strength we have
no oblation to it which would interfere with a political settle*
>ent on Hanoi's terms.
Quite conceivably, the coming Tet offensive, mounted from
tanoi and bound to be massive, may topple the Saigon army
fld regime. Quite conceivably American air power may prove
[adequate to keep it alive, which would confront Nixon with the
barpeat crisis of the war -whether to escalate American
lllitary involvement again or accept Le Due Tho's i>olitical
.Htlement and abandon the Thieu regime. Le Due Tho may be
fambling on this. Nixon and Kissinger may be gambling that
Saigon can survive the next Tet offensive and that Le Due Tho
lill then be more amenable to the eight-point peace plan.
MORE OR LESS AFFECTIONA1E political nicknames are
Inaemtc to the American scene. Roosevelt had his "Sammy the
hose" md bis "Tommy the Cork." Now Nixon has his "Henry
the K Despite his secret agent mystique, he is very much out
in the open now, which is all to the good.
I wish I knew whom Muskie. Humphrey, Lindsay. McCar-
thy McGovcm Jackson, Chisholm or Yorty has who would do
what Kissinger is doing. In fact, if I were a Democratic: candi-
date now 1 should announce that the one man I would carry
over from Nixon would be Henry the K.
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rael Defense Forces. As his
country's highest-ranking mili-
tary officer, he watched over
the fragile peace which exists
in the Middle Fast, bolstering
Israel's defenses to deter enemy
aggression and directing the re-
sponse when Arab forces threat-
ened Israel's security. He Ls the
architect of the famous Bar-Lev
Line, Israel's rock-ribbed forti-
fications along the Suez Canal.
During the Six Day War in
1967. Gen. Bar-Lev served as
Deputy Chief of Staff of the Is-
rael Defense Forces. He pre-
viously spent more than two
years as Commanding Officer
of the Operations Branch of the
General Staff and four years
as Chief of Israel's Armored
Corps.
In a long and distinguished
military career which spans
more than three decades, Gen-
eral Bar-Lev has held many key-
defense positions. During the
Sinai Campaign of 1956, Gen.
Moahe Dayan, who was then
Chief of staff, appointed him
to the command of an armored
brigade which captured Kafa
and Kl Arish and moved on to
the Suez Canal.
General Bar-Lev began his
military career in the Haganah,
the Jewish Defense Force or-
ganized during the British Man-
date of Palestine, while he was
still a young student. In 1942
he joined the Palmach, the strik-
ing force of the Haganah, and
worked his way up from the
rank of private to that of batta-
lion commander. For six years
preceding Israel's declaration of
independence, he participated in
resistance activities directed
against the British Mandatory
authorities.
During Israel's War of Libera-
tion, he was the Commander of
the legendary 8th Negev Batta-
lion, known as "the Beasts of
the Negev," which protected the
water supplies of the region and
won some of Israel's most im-
pressive victories against the
Egyptians. He also served as
operations officer of the Negev
Brigade and commanding offi-
cer of a mechanized battalion
which took part in successful
battles in the Northern Sinai.
After the war, General Bar-
Lev was promoted to a succes-
sion of top defense posts, includ-
ing commanding officer of the
Battalion Commanders' Train-
ing School; the Givati Brigade
and head of the Training Branch
"of" the General Staff. He is also
one of the few General Staff
officers who has a pilot's license.
Appointed chief of Israel's
Armored Command in 1957, a
post he held for four years, he
was responsible for reorganizing
his country's tank corps, which
has been rated as one of the
best in the world. He also un-
dertook an inspection tour of
the armored forces and training
schools of Western Europe and
the United States.
In 1961 ho took a leave of
absence from the military to
attend New York's Columbia
University, where he earned an
M.A. degree in Industrial Man-
agement and Economics. Upon
the completion of his studies.
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he made an official tour of the
military installations of the U.S.,
and later visited the defense
facilities of the Philippines, Jap-
an, Thailand. Burma and South
Vietnam.
General Bar-Lev was born in
Austria in 1924. He emigrated
to Palestine at the age of 15,
after having lived for several
years in Yugoslavia. He is a
graduate of one of Israel's lead-
ing agricultural schools.
Admission to the Inaugural
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couple in 1972. For reservations
and inlormation. contact the
committee at the Barcelona
Hotel, 4343 Collins Ave., Miami
Beach. Fla. 33140.
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Friday. February 11, 19" 2 f s=
Results Of Local Study
To Be Released In March
Results of the Greater Miami
JeWish Federation's first Jewish
population' 'Study wlD be released
at a special meeting of the Federa-
tion's board of
governors some-
time in mid-
?.larch accord-
ing to an an-
nouncement this
week by Robert
Russell, Federa-
tion president.
Conducted as
part of the first
"National Jew-
ish Population
Study" of the
Council of Jew-
Council of Jewish Federations and
Welfare Funds, the Greater Miami
study is one of several undertaken
by major local Federations in the
Robert Kusstll
United States.
It is anticipated that the study
will yield information on the size,
composition arc location of our
Jewish community," said Mr. Rus-
sell. "Since we believe Miami is
the fastest growing Jewish com-
munity in the world, (outside of
Israeli these facts will be invalu-
able in analyzing the present and
future needs of our community."
Some of the areas researched
in the 600-family study were age
distribution, sex, marital status,
income occupation, mobility, pat-
terns of Jewish philanthropic giv-
ing, use of Jewish and non-Jewish
agencies by Jews seeking services,
intermarriage, attitudes toward
Jewish issues and development.
Jewish and general education and
patterns of Jewish affiliation and
involvement.
3 Fellows To Be Induced
At Brandeis' Annual Dinner
Three prominent business lead-
ers will be inducted as Fellows of
Brandeis University Saturday
when the Palm Beach area friends
of the university hold their annual
dinner at The Breakers.
The three are Herman Meltzer
of New York ani Palm Bsach,
Samuel M. Pinsly of Boston and
Lawrence L. Suttenberg of New-
ton, Mass.
Brandeis Fellows are distin-
guished men and women through-
out the country whose business and
professional experience are placed
at the disposal of the university
in an advisory capacity. Each of
th deis as a member of the Presi-
dent's Council.
The 'dinner, planned to coincide
with the annual February meeting
of the university's board of trus-
tees in Palm Beach, is sponsored
by Brandeis trustees, fellows and
presidents councilors. The presi-
dent-elect of Brandeis University,
Dr. Marver H. Bernstein, will be
the principal speaker and honored
guest.
Chairman of the dinner is Bran-
deis trustee Louis H. Salvage of
Palm Beach ani Boston. Vice
chairmen are trustee? Edwin E.
Hokin of Chicago and Merrill L
Bank of Baltimore, a fellow of
the university.
The dinner will mark Dr. Bern-
stein's first public appearance as
president-elect and his first meet-
ing with a university-associated
group. In September, he will suc-
ceed president Charles I. Schott-
land.
Poster Contest Prizes Awarded
Winners of the fourth annual
Brotherhood "Poster Contest"
sponsored by the Norman Brue
Brown Post 174, Jewish War Vet
erans of the US A., were awarded
prizes at Miami Jackson High
School and Miami Senior High
School recently.
Winners of first prize were Mar-
tin Rolle, 12th grade, Miami Jack-
son High School and Miguel Col-
lazo. 12th grade, Miami Senior
High School. Each received a
$25 U.S. Savings Bond.
To complete the contest, a spec-
ial trophy will be a warned to the
school judged to have submitted
the best group of posters at the
annual Brotherhood program spon- |
sored jointly by the Post and La-
dj Auxiliary Tuesday at 8 p.m. I
in Pythian Hall, 4631 W. Flaglei
St.
The guest speaker will be Wil-1
liarn Duncan, principal of Miami j
Edison Senior High School. Spec- j
ial guest will be Mrs. Sal lie
Walker, director of St. Alban's
Day Nursery. Entertainment will
be provided by the Temple Zion
choir under the direction of Mrs.
Marjorie Fre'.
Edwin L Feibelman of Miami.
Post quartermaster, is chairman
of the program. Post commander
is Leonard S. Davis; AuxUlar)
president is Mrs. Claire Greenwald.
The Norman Bruce Brown Post
is celebrating 35 years of service
to the veteran and the community
this year.
Dr. Robert Gordis
To Lecture Sunday
At Temple Israel
Dr. Robert Gordis, internation-
ally famed biblical scholar and
Tew ish leader, author and lecturer,
will appear on the Greenfield Lec-
ture Series at Temple Israel of
Greater Miami Sunday. The Rabbi
Emeritus of Temple Beth El,
Rockaway Park N.Y., one of the
nation's outstanding Jewish con-
gregations, he will speak on "The
Social, Political and Economic
ideals of the Bible" in the 10
am program at the synagogue,
'37 NE 19th St.
Dr. Gordis is Seminary Profes-
sor of Bible at the Jewish Theo'o-
gical Seminary and Professor of
Religion at Temple University in
Philadelphia. He also has rhe
distinction of being the only Jew-
ish scholar to teach Bible at Un-
ion Theological Seminary, a lead-
ing Protestant seminary in Ameri-
ca.
Rabbi Gordis, who previously
^poke at Temple Israel's annual
.Maurice Gusman Institute for the
Clergy in February of last year,
as well as for the Greenfield In-
stitute, is the founder and cur-
lent editor of "Judaism," the jour-
nal dedicated to Jewish religion,
philosophy and ethics. He is a
director of John LaFarge Insti-
tute, dedicated to interracial jus-
tice, and a director of the Insti-
tute of Church and State of Vil-
lanova University.
The rabbi has contributed liter-
rry works to many American and
foreign publications including The
Saturday Review of Literature,
The New York Times Magazine;
he has also written 12 important
hooks on Biblical scholarship and
religion's relevance to the con-
temporary scene. His latest in-
clude "Leave a Little to God"
and "Sex and the Family In the
Jewish Tradition."
Lecture tickets are also avail-
able to non-subscribers to the
series.
> S
ADL Charges Immigration
Department Was Negligent
Continued from Page 1-A
is being published by Arlington
House; "New Rochelle, N.Yv-A
si>okesman for the publishing
fiim said that Mosley's schedule
in the United States includes
television interviews with Mike
Wallace and David Frost.
Describing Mosley's book as
"a denial of the damning facts
of history," Mr. Schary said that
"nevertheless, respectable radio
and television interviewers and
the general press are being hood-
winked into helping him peddle
it.
"Mosley now denies he was
ever an anti-Semite or an ad-
vocate of the Nazi cause, b :
the record prows otherwise.
Mr. Mosley was, and is, a racist,
and an' anti-Semite "Mr. Senary
declared.
Schary said that "to accept
Mosley's attempted whitewash
would be to ignore his own ac-
tions and statements. His prim,
goal today." Mr. Schary said
"is to keep blacks out of En-
gland. Mosley, a past master of
twists and turns, is now here to
sell Americans his version ot
history. His presence is not only
against federal law, but is an in-
sult to Jews, blacks and a\.
Americans."
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en-Gurion Medals 21-Page Guide To Summer Activities Being Distributed
To Be Presented
a
ioj
of the most coveted awards
annals of modern Jewish
, the Ben-Gurion Israel
rut Medal of Honor, will be
to eight individuals or
Thursday night at the
inquet which will conclude
tventh National Mid-Winter
encc of the Israel Histadrut
iation.
ected to receive the hand-
silver medals, specially
in Jerusalem to salute
fr Israeli Prime Minister
Ben-Gurion are some of the
Jnding leaders in the nation
."
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soi
Oontrirorfl From Tage 4-A
tjp sjnjmo language the balance
Mwer language that most
Olcan intellectuals no longer
lAtand because they never
ij history.
f THESE TWO men's shared
li^f in balance of power noli-
Cs further explains Just about
?rj 'thing that President Nixon
is done in the foreign arena,
with Dr. Kissinger's advice and
help; Take the Vietnamese war,
as the most important example.
When President Nixon was
(Jected, he asked Dr. Kissinger
explore every possible course
action including what
iki have amounted to abject
rreijder. In 1939, even the most
t)jeft surrender would have
n:t loue&y ai>plauded.
{lauded.
HIT TilE President and
Hi- iijger concluded that such
^Vmerican'surirnder would
ivd 'disastrous effects on the
[verall world balance of power.
y further concluded that
clfccls '.would be. widely.
Ht. in Isrnrl, for example,
ftere.thc Soviet threat was al-
ready RraVe. So they decided on
ih,' middle course of Vietnami-
lation.
The same theme runs straight
through the Chinese story. In
1969 tl*e Soviets approached
the^'bite House, pretty directly.
to ask whether we would look
the other way while they under-
tpnk, ibe nuclear castration of
Chine. President N'ixon replied
vith a very loud raspberry not
at all because he had illusions
about Communist China, but be-
cause China's nuclear castration
Id have caused (and may
cause) a most unfavorable
t in the balance of power.
Y THE SAME token, balance
wcr considerations played
decisive role in the arrange-
ts for the forthcoming visit
hina. The Chinese Commun-
aders are still deathly afraid
uclear castration because of
enormous Soviet investments
ja vast additional military
!dup on their frontier since
:|, The President, and Dr.
Kfflnger. too. are still afraid
of the same upset in the balance
ef power that they feared three
yes ago.
9p the true object of the
Nixon visit to Peking will he to
deter the Soviet attack on China,
if this can possibly be done. And
the same theme even ran
through the much misrepresen-
ted White House management
of the Indian crisis.
Tim PRESIDENT took great
risks in the Indian crisis, both
at home and- abroad Either you
must suppose that he is irra-
tional or you must believe that
he credited the Intelligence that
the Indians were getting ready
tc^dismembcr and destroy West
Pakistan, under the aegis of
1M? Soviets.
Balance of power considera-
tions therefore required him to
take the risks he did take, with
the result that the Soviets
called the Indians off.
The balance of power is in
the key to the Nixon-
Kiaflnger relationship.
for Israeli and Jewish causes.
Those designated to receive
the presentations include Alen
M. Herman of Minneapolis,
la< -oli and Harriet Rit kin of
Miami Beach, Else Boncm of
Miami Beach and Chicago, Mor-
ris and Anna Newmark of
Miami Beach, Samuel and Re-
Imh-i Feinstein of Miami Beach,
Isidore and Anna Roseman of
Philadelphia. Sidney B. and Lil-
lian Bolotin of Chicago and
Miami Beach and Rabbi Abra-
ham and Elsie H. Dubin of New
York and Miami Beach.
The medal winners have collec-
tively provided several million dol-
lars to the Israel Histadrut Foun-
dation, moving its resources past
Ihe S22 million mark, according
lo national president William H.
Sylk.
Mr. Herman, head of Histadrut
activities in .Minnesota and the Up-
per Midwest, will fly here from
Ihe Twin Cities to receive his
medal. Mrs. Boncm, in whose hon-
or the medical center is operated
by Kupat Holim in Hamleh, Is-
lael. is one of the top supporters
of Histadrut and Israel causes in
both the Midwest and Florida.
Mr. Rifkin, chairman of the
Business and Professional Division
of Histadrut in Florida, is a pion-
eer leader of Israeli causes in
both Wilkes Bane, Pa., and Miami
Beach, and Mrs. Rifkin has been
active with him in numerous or-
ganizations here.
Mr. and Mrs. Newmark have
contributed several medical clinics
and a synagogue to the people of
Israel through Kupat Holim and
Histadrut. He has been an officer
In the Histadrut for more than a
lecade.
Mr. and Mrs. Feinstein, close
friends of the Newmarks, have
played a key role in the develop-
ment of the Israel Histadrut Foun-
dation on both a national and
local basis. He is president of the
Israel Histadrut Foundation.
The Rosemans have been life-
long Labor Zionist leaders in Pen-
nsylvania, and pioneers in the
work of the Israel Histadrut Foun-
dation. Rabbi and Mrs. Dubin have
provided decades of leadership to
numerous Israeli causes in New
York.
Teenagers and young adults
have more than 100 travel study,
ond work programs to choose
from in the fifth annual edition
of "Study and Travel Programs
for the Teenager and Young
Adult." just published by the Jew-
ish Communal Affairs Department
of the American Jewish Commit-
tee,
The 21-page guide describes a
variety of summer activities as
well as longer programs of study,
work, or leadership training. It
lists eligibility requirements, costs,
and available scholarship aid.
College students have a number
of opportunities for accredited
study in Israel for a summer, a
semester, an academic year, or
i full degree program. High school
students also may choose from
programs for a year's study or a
lull high school curriculum in Is-
rael.
New programs in the 1972 guide
include summer camping in Israel
and Km ope for the perceptually
handicapped, and a summer of
work and study in Israeli hospi-
tals for medical students. Special
interest summer activities in Is-
rael include archaeology, folk (lan-
cing, art, drama and Bports. A
number of opportunities for study-
ing Hebrew in Israeli cities as
well as on kibbutzim are listed.
Several programs provide for liv-
ing with Israeli teenagers in camps
or youth villages, or in their
homes. Most activities in Israel
include touring the country.
Also listed are volunteer work
projects in United States cities, an
Indian reservation, and Appala-
chia, as well as in an Israeli youth
village and a kibbutz. There are
, bicycle tours across the United
States, some including hostcling
and camping.
Yehuda Rosenman. director of
the Committee's Jewish Com-
"Public Service'
Theme Of Annual
Poster Contest
The theme is "Public Service"
in Donnelly Advertising's fifth an-
nual poster design contest this
month in Dade high schools.
Donnelly art director John
Sweet says, "Keep it simple, di-
rect and not too busy the
secret of effective outdoor adver-
tising design."
Purpose of the annual competi-
tion, says Sweet, is to promote
better understanding of the mech-
anics of outdoor poster design
while giving Dade art students a
worthwhile study project.
Cash awards total $100; but '.ho
top prize is one month's display
of the winning design on a local
Donnelly billboard where some
fortunate young artist will have
the opportunity to convey his pu-
blic service message to thosuands
' f passing motorists each day.
Pallot Guest Speaker
Maccabee Lodge 2579 B'nal
B'rith will have an open meeting
Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. in Ihe Forte
Towers auditorium, 1200 West
Ave. Guest speaker will be E. Al-
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kind of experience the guide lists
to strengthening a young person's
Jewish identity and to adding to
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p.n enduring enthusiasm for Jewish
life among participants." He urged
parents not to underestimate the
value of such programs.
The guide, which was edited by
Ruth F. Kobrin, is being distri-
buted to Jewish Community Re-
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librarians, and Jewish youth or-
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Friday, February
DATELINE JERUSALEM
By Amos Ben-Vcred
n^rj
Questions People Ask About Israel

I
jN post OFFICES and else-
where people are sitting
around and not doing very much.
I often hear rumors about posi-
tions and jobs being given in
accordance with party affilia-
tion, as a kind of substitute for
welfare payments. What is the
truth in this?"
The question, in the East O ast
variety of American English.
was addressed to Minister of
Transport and Communications
Shimon Peres, at a gathering
that was both select and unique:
the Hebrew University had in-
vited its guest lecturers and new
immigrant lecturers to an eve-
ning of questions and answers.
Tea and cookies were served to
the 80 persons who attended,
and chairing the meeting was
the president of the university,
Abraham Harman, who until
1908 was Israel's ambassador
to I he United States. The ques-
tioners gave their names, but it
was difficult to catch them, and
there was no list of participants.
Peres replied that, by objec-
tive criteria of efficiency, Israel
is not behind many European
countries. As to working slowly
the unions are very power-
ful, and they watch over their
members. If someone works too
hard, this may lead the man-
agement to ask others to work
hard too, and then you'd have a
labor dispute on your hands.
One question concerned poli-
tics: Won't the Soviet Union try
and push the Middle East coun-
tries into a war by proxy that
would serve the ends of Mos-
cow, and possibly of Washing-
ton, but not of Israel or the
Arabs? And another the Gaza
Strip: What is being done to
alleviate life of the people there?
Is there some solution in sight
to the problems of the Palestin-
ian refugees? What is the truth
in reports that Israel had pro-
ceeded brutally there, demolish-
ing houses so that roads can be
built?
The last was an assertion
rather than a question: Increas-
ing immigration to Israel must
bring increased hostility Iowa
the immigrants; the more sk:..
that come in, the more comr-*
tion will there be with old-tii
Israelis who possess the sai-
skills. But relating all the
swers would be tedious. On Ga
for example, Peres outlined !...
whole live-point rehabOatic
program which he first publisl
in 1909 when he was the minis-
ter responsible for the ccanor...
administration of the Isra -
held areas.
Israel Newsletter
By CARL ALPER7
The Dilemma In The West Bank
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THE WEST BANK ABBA, known popularly as the
occupied territories, and in Israel legal parlance
as the areas of Judea and Samaria, has a popula-
tion of about 1 million Arabs. Politically it is in an
anomalous position. It is under Israel military rule,
but all its local municipal and village governments
continue as in the past. The Jordanian dinar cir-
culates freely and legally alongside the Israel
Pound. The civil and criminal law remains that of
the previous Jordanian administration, and judges
and lawyers in the courts administer justice under
that law. The area is freely open to Israelis on the
one side, and under the open bridges policy its resi-
dents also have access to Jordan and the rest of the
Arab workl.
It is not an annexed territory, only occupied.
Its future is uncertain. Its residents see three pos-
sibilities. One is that the entire area will eventually
he returned to Jordanian rule. A second possibility
is that in the absence of any overall peace settle-
ment Israel will annex the area, and the population
will presumably be given the same rights and privi-
leges of citizenship as the Arabs now resident in
Israel. The third possibility, and the one which the
vast majority would prefer, is the establishment of
the area as an independent entity, politically auto-
nomous, and free to make its own commercial, cul-
tural, political or military treaties with both Jordan
and Israel.
Whatever may be the final settlement, Israel
has now taken a decisive step toward developing a
greater degree of self-government. The last mu-
nicipal elections were held in 1963, and Israel has
called for the holding of new elections in the major
cities. But King Hussein sees in this step a move
toward severance from Jordan, and he has there-
fore announced his vigorous opposition to such elec-
tions. He has warned of retaliation against all who
vote and all who offer their candidates.
The desire to be independent of Jordan is strong,
however, and there is much soul-searching now go-
ing on among the Arabs of the main cities. The
younger men who would l>e in a position to chal-
lenge the partriarchal leadership of the cons
live elders are disappointed that under the terms
of Israel's announcement, the elections will be hi
according to existing Jordanian law. This mes a
that women will have no vote. Voting age will
21. and not IS as in Israel. And the franchise will
be available only to those who pay a local pro]
tax. This means that young people who live with
their parents, or who live in rented quarters, ha
no vote. In effect it disenfranchises some 75':
those who could vote were Israel to apply. Bui
election held under Israel law would imply that I
population accepts Israel government control. Thi
dilemma is difficult.
If a satisfactory method can be four. I
broadening the electoral base without mailing il
appear that Israel law has been accepted, the elec-
tions will take place despite the threats from Am-
man. A degree of West Bank independence from
Jordan will have been established, and n new rep-
resentative local leadership will emerge with whom
Israel may be able to begin negotiations regal-din.'
the future status of the area.
There are high stakes in the pol't'cal jock"* i,
which will go on during the next few months.
Ml
;.i
Book Review
By SEYMOUR B. LIEBMAN
Books For And About Jews
THE HOOK At The Dawn of Civilization, i Volume
1 of the World History of the Jewish People I
edited by E. A. Siieiser i Rutgers University Press
$17.301 is a classic. The 10 dis-
tinguished scholars who contrib-
uted to this book show clearly that
the people of the Bible were an
integral part of a pioneering, dy-
namic and enormously sophisti-
cated region. The late Dr. Speiser
.intended that the resolute de-
Dance of the ruling civilizations
>! thai age, as evidenced by Abra-
ham's migration, was a revolt to Mesopotamia!!
religion and the liberation under Moses constituted
declaration of independence.
A World at TwUlgtat (The Macmillan Co..
$17,951 is a portrait of the Jewish communities of
Eastern Europe before the Holocaust. The art is by
the noted Lionel 8. Reiss and the preface by Isaac
Bashevis Singer, with a text by Milton Hindus. The
preface by Singer is excellent. His concept of the
artist's function is "The wish to eternalize what is
transient, to fight the extinction that time and
human brutality bring to the individual and to the
group, Ls a part of every true artist." Singer deni-
grates those pseudo-artists who indulge in some
sort of Esperanto of form and color and he states
that "assimilation never achieves masterpieces."
The sketches were made by Reiss while he wan-
dered through Europe after 1918. They bare the
poverty of the Jews. His portraits document the
time, places, and aspects of their lives. The sensi-
tive portrayal of the physiognomy of the nun and
women reveal their yearning for a peace that the
world sought to deny them and that their faith
occassionally loaned to them.
All.mi Guttman is a professor of English. In
Tin- Jewish Writer in America (Oxford University
Press, S~.95> he attempts to explore the acquisition
of Jewish identity by many of our 20th century
writers. II is a learned analysis but lacks, at times.
a sense of reality. Too often, he and other critic-
read into the words of an author implications and
innuendos never contemplated by him. Just as one
cannot psychoanalyze the dead, so it is almosi
equally difficult to interpret words as if they were
used by the reader rather than by the author. I
knew and worked with Ludwig Lewisohn and have
met and corresponded with Henry Roth. Guttman's
psychoanalytic interpretation of their words and
some books is quite wide of the mark. His theme
Is intriguing and deserves study of the men ralher
lhan their words.
Between You and Me By Boris Smolor
MOTOTOTMl*iBHan^siOTHOTEBbbbb^msbmIttMBBsi>HOT
Dramatic Problem
JEWS IN THE UNITED STATES who stand in
the forefront of fighting for the rights of Soviet
Jews can consider themselves victorious to a cer-
tain extent, now that the Soviet
government has permitted about
13.000 to emigrate to Israel last
year and is apparently willing to
permit a substantial Jewish emi-
gration also in the current year
Rut the victory is only on the
political front. The task which
American Jewry is faci'w: nnw i-
to prove itself victorious also sf)
the financial front. It must raise Hie huge funds
neo ssary for the transportation of ihe anticipated
large number of Soviet Jews to Israel and for ..i-
sorbing them there.
I! i< estimated thai the Jewish Agency wil
have l,, expand about Sl>(!0 million in 1972 for I!
immigration and absorption of more than
Jewish immigrants from Russia. This meat's i
direct and immediate Increase of (132 million in t ii
Jewish Agency budget for Ihe current year. The
increase represents the cost of bringing in an I
absorbing some 20,000 more Russian immigrant-
than originally anticipated and budgeted for by (he
Jewish Agency in September 1971.
It is expected that Israel will receive about
70,000 immigrants in 1972. This means that in addi-
tion to the 30,000 from Ihe Soviet Union there Will
mate is based on the experience of the past several
months and on current reports from key area-^ ot
immigration around the world. In the first two
weeks of January alone some 1.800 Russian Jews
arrived in Israel. And applications for immigration
to Israel continue to mount at the Dutch Embassy
in Moscow which has been handling Israeli affair-
ever since the Soviets broke diplomatic relations
with Israel in 1967.

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)RIDA. IN AND FOR
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[ACTION NO. 72-1032
FOR DISSOLUTION
)F MARRIAGE
t i..^.- of
CE Ki IBINSON
tO BIN SON
J.ES ROBINSON
I 'nknou ii
tK HEREBY NOTIPIED
for Dissolution of Mr-
pe.-n filed ugninst you and
juired to serve a copy of
defenses, if any. to it
& HALPERN, attorney
icr, whose address Is 1400
tvenue. Suite 17-Q. Miami.
I file the original with tlm
Above styled court o*ii or
2fi. 1!'72: otherwise a de-
j entered against you for
I shall be. published once
r four ooiiHcutlve weeks
IWTSH FIXMUDIAN.
- my hand and the Real
ourt at Miami. Florida on
' of Jan., 1972.
B. 1JCATHKRMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Conn
ade County. Florida
By: R. M. KI8BBE
As Deputy Clerk
ourl Seal)
SNOKI.. list}.
. loth Avenue, Suite 17-G
[loridu
for I'ltiili'ncr
1/21-28 2/4-11
LEGAL NOTKE
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. 72-1065
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARR1AOB OP:
DIANE I. CANELAS.
Wife
and
T.riS FERNANDO CANELAS,
Husband
TO: I.CIS FERNANDO CANELAS
111! Nursey Place
Metnrle, La.
YOC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of I
your written defenses, if any. to it I
on DAVID E. STONE, attorney for
Petitioner, ivlwiw address is 101 N.W. I
12th Ave., .Miami. Florida 3.1130, and
file the original with the dork of
the above styled court on or be-
fore Feb. 85, 11*72; otherwise a de-
fault will be entered against you
for the relief demanded in the com-
plaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In TUB JEWISH FI/miOlAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami, Florida on this
17 day of Jan.. 1972.
E. a LEATHERMAN.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By: R- M. KISSEE
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
David K. Stone
STONE & BOBTCHIN
101 N.W. 12th Ave.
.Miami, Florida 33130
Attorney for Petitioner
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722Act* of 1941
File No 71-A-868
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
Nathaniel \V. Blegel holder of County
Tax Sab- Certificate No. 369 issued
the 1st day of June, A.I). 1966, has
filed same in my office, and has
made application for a tax deed to be
i.. sued thereon. Bald Certificate em-
braces the following described prop-
erty in tin- County of Dade, State of
Florida, to-wlt:
l.cl 4 Less N 14 Fl /i N 4 l'"l Lot
5, Featherstone lists. Plal Book
:i Page 37, Section 33, Township
53 South, Range ll East, In the
Comity of Dade. Stale of Florida.
This deed will be Issued subject
i" 1971 County taxes and City of
.Miami taxes and liens.
The assessment of said property
under the said certificate was in
the name of: Vincent O. Itaffa.
Unless said certificate shall be re-
deemed according to law, the prop-
erty described herein will be sold to
the highest bidder for cash at the
Courthouse door on the first Monday
in the month of March, 1972, which
is the lith day of March, 19*78,
Dated this 31st day of January,
1972.
E. B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida.
By P. F. (Juldstrand, DC.
Circuit Court Seal
2/4-11-18-25
LECAL NOTKE
LEGAL NOTKE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ALKVTEX DECORATING at 66 \V.
29th Street, Hlaleah 33013 intend.- to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
JOSH LEAL
1 38 2 1-11-1S
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring i" engage In
business under the fictitious name of
VICIKDO CARPENTER SHOP at
2833 N.w*. 3nd Avenue, .Miami, fi.i.
intends to register wild name with ibe
Clerk of the Circuit Court ol Dad*
i 'ount v. Florida.
HER1BERTO .1 VICIEDO
I 31-38 2 4-11
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COUNTY JUDGES COURT
D FOR DADE COUNTY.
LORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 72-70
tale ..I
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TICE TO CREDITORS
rdn..is and All Persons llnv-
nis or Demands Agulnsl Said
hen !> nolIfled and requlr-
an> claims and demands
i) ha\.- agalnsl the es- I braces
;isR.m:i. /;.\K IN deceased late
trhty, Florldn, i" the < 'nun-
je* of l>ade (!ounty, and flic
In duplicate and as provided '
n !:(.lil, Florida Statutes. In
,es in the County Courthouse
County, Florida, within six
months fix,m the time of the
blh'atioii hereof, or the name
2I-2S 2 4-11
ill
K'll
I
barred.
at Miami. Florida, this 7lh
January, AD. 1972.
I >rrs DUBLIN
,iZKV W. KOGAN
As Executors
publication of this notice on
Ay of January. 1973.
ItPTHK.VBKIiH, KI MIAN
LVM
'. KOOAN
for Executors
OCIAN & LOUS DUBLIN
ch. Fla.
1-21-2S 2 4-11
OF APPLICATION
.FOR TAX DEED
Cnalflfcr 20722Acts of 1941
B"e No 71-A-970
ticbJwis iiki:kiiv civen Ihal
Siegel holder of Coun-
Certiflcate No. tif>22 is-
da> of May, A D 1969,
r^ iu. JU.V* ollice. slid has
tion' rnr a tax deed to
sow SsrWOltlflcate .-ni-
foll"ii luu dei cribed prop-
Counis of bade, stale of
I fetmfnole rrest..
I 1"' 1 'age 63 In 1 he 1 ?ouu-
Scaie of Florida
(tent of said properly un-
erttflcate was in the
^s Jones & W Sfancy.
Id certificate shall be re-
prding to law, Ihe prop-
herem will be sold to
bidder for cash at the
ar'housK do>r on the firsi Monday
1 month "I .March. 1!'72. which is
p 61
Pal
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722Acts of 1941
File No. 71-A-943
NOTICE IS HERBB> UIVEN thai
Nathaniel W Siegel holder of County
Tax Sale Certificate No. 277:; issued
the 39th day d May, A.D. 1909, has
filed same in my office, and has made
application for a lax deed tc> l>c Is-
sued thereon, Said Certificate em-
following described prop-
rij In Ihe County of Dade, Btate of
Florida, to-wlt:
Lots 3-4 Illk 3, SI Albans Park .
Plal Book Page 81 In the Coun-
ty of Bade, State of Florida.
This deed will be Issued SUbJecl Io
all oilier outstanding delinquent City
Of .Miami taxes and liens and 1971
County laves and (My Of .Miami taxes
and liens.
Tl\o assessment of said properly un-
der the said certificate was in the
name of: Minnie C. Williams.
Unless said certificate shall be re-
deemed according to law, the prop-
erly described herein will be sold to
the hiKhest bidder for cash at the
Courthouse door on the first Monday
iu the month of .March. 1972, which is
the oth day of March. 1972.
Dated this .list day of January,
1973,
E. B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of Circuit Court.
Dade County Florida.
By P. F. "Juldstrand. DC
Circuit Court Seal
2 4-11-18-25
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-5375
In RE: Estate of
HORACE WALTER STEPHENS
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Agalnsl Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which you may have- against the es-
tate of HORACE WALTER STE-
PHENS deceased late of Dad. Coun-
ty. Florida, to the County Judges of
Dad.- County, and file the same- In
duplicate and os provided iu Section
733.16, Florida Statutes, In their of-
fices in the County Courthouse In
Dade County, Florida, within six
calendar months front the time of the
firsi publication hereof, or the same
xx i 11 be barred.
Haled ai Miami. Florida, this 12th
day 6f January, x 1 >, 1972,
PATRICIA STEPHEN'S DUE
As Administratrix
First publication nf ibis police on
the 21.-1 day of January. 1972.
BURTON EXCELS
Attorney for Administratrix
721 Cltj National Lank Bldg.
.Miami. Florida 38130 (379-1452)
1 81-28 2.4-11
jof March, 18T8.
1st day of January,
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LEATHERMAN
Klgrk of Circuit Courl,
ide County, Florida
F. fluldstrand, D.<'.
t Seal
1/4-11-18-28
UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IS HEREBY GIVEN that
1, desiring* to engage
under the fictitious names
OF SAXS sori'l and
1>E SANS Sliri'l at 21"l
iweSt '.'Ml: Av.-ntle. .Miami. Flo-
to register said names
lerk of the Circuit Court
lunty. Florida,
NT'S CATERING
ERVICB, INC.
E. Marante, President
WALL
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722Acts of 1941
File No 71-A-923
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
Nathaniel w Siegel holdei ol Coun-
i\ Tax Sal.- Certificate No, 17X is-
sued the 29th day of May. A.D. 1969,
has filed same- in my office, and has
made application for a tax deed to be
issued thereon. Said Certificate em-
braces the following described prop-
erty in the County of Dad.-. State t"
Florida, to-wit:
l.o 1 7 X- VV .' Fl of Lot x Illk
::. ur.hard Villa. Plal Book 7
Page 53 in the County of Dade,
Slate of Florida.
The deed will he issued subject to
all other outstanding delinquent City
of Miami 'axes and liens and 1!*71
County taxes and City of .Miami
taxes and liens.
The assessment of said property
under said certificate was iu the name
of: Leon I* Cohen.
Unless said certificate shall be re-
deemed acwydlns: to law, the prop-
erty described herein will be sold to
the hiKhest bidder for cash at the
courthouse door on the first Monday
In the month of March. 1S72. which is
the Hth day of March. 1!'72
IVi'ed this 31st day of January,
1H7 2.
E. II. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida
By P. F Guldstrand, D.c.
Circuit Court Seal
i 4-11-18-25
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. 72-1996
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
THE MARRIAGE OK:
JEANNE D'ARC PAQUIN.
Wife,
and
JEAN (iFY PAQUIN,
Husband
T< : JEAN GUY PAQUIN
l..ivallrie
l'iovince of Quebec
Canada
YOU ARE HERESY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been tiled agalnsl you and
you are required to serve a cops of
your written defenses, If any, to ii
ccn josh REPHUN, attorney for Pe-
titioner, whose address Is 1870 Wash-
ington Avenue, .Miami Reach, Florida.
ami file the original with ihe clerk
of ihe above styled court on or be-
fore March 7. 1972; otherwise a de-
fault will be entered agalnsl you for
the relief demanded in the complaint
or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FI.OU1DIAX.
WITXKSS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on this
28 day of January. 1!'72.
E It. LEATHERMAN.
As Clerk. Circuit Couri
Dade County, Florida
By l. sx eh den-
as Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
JOSH REPHUN
Attorney for Petitioner
8/4-11-18-25
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. 72-1408
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
ADA M. ALVAREZ. Wife
LUIS ALVAREZ, Husband
TO: LUIS ALVAREZ
Avenida Central 1508
Caparra Terrace
San Juan. Puerto Rico
TOU ARE HERE11Y NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar
liage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any. to it
on MANUEL ZAIAC, attorney for
Petitioner, whose address is 150 S.E
2nd Avenue, Suite 610. Miami, Florldn
331.11. and file the original with the
clerk of the above styled court on
or before March :i, 1972; otherwise a
default will be entered against you
for the relief demanded In the com-
plaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLOIUDLAN.
WITNESS my hand anil ihe seal
of saiil court at Miami. Florida on
Ibis 21 day of January. 11*72.
L II. l.EATHEKMAX.
As Clerk, circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By: c P. c< h'ki.an'd
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
MANUEL ZAIAC
150 S B. 2nd Ave. Suite Cm
Miami, Florida 831.11
Attornej for Petitioner
1 2X 2. -1-11 -1S
NOTICE UNDEM
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engi
ii> business under the fictitious name
of -DIAItlo DE MIAMI- at 416 N \V
27th Ave. Miami. Florida intend to
register said name- with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Hade County, |
Florida
JOSE GAMALLO It. 25
KAIL K. 1 ILIVA 2".',
MARIO IIAIIKAL 2.V,
J. I. LAZAOA 2v
2/4-11-18 2
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722Acts of 1941
File No 71-A-935
Notice IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Nathaniel \V. Siegel holder of County
Tax Sale Certificate No. 1709 Issued
the 29th day of May, AD 1969, has
filed same In my office, and has made
application for a tax deed to be Ishui 61
thereon. Said Certificate embraces the
follow-in); described property in the
County of Dade. State Of Florida, to-
wit:
Ixit 13 Less Reit on SW Cor Ixvt
13 N. 29.94 Ft SEly 63.11 Ft W
55.68 Ft to l'Olt for lt/W & All
I-ot 14 Blk 5. Alice Baldwin Et
AI Sub Plat Hook It Page S7 and
Plat Book Page 43 in the Coun-
ty of Dade, State of Florida.
This deed will be issued subject to
171 County taxes and City of Miami
taxes and liens.
The assessment of said property un-
der th said certificate was in the
panic of: A. & A. Realty Corp.
I'nless saiil certificate shall be re-
deemed according to law, the prop-
erty described herein will be sold to
the highest bidder for cash at the
Courthouse door on the first Monday
iu the month of March. Is72. which is
the 6th day of March. 1972.
Dated this 31st duy of January,
1972.
1:. I'. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of Circuit Court.
By P. F. Guldstrand, DP
Dade County, Florida.
Circuit Court s. al
2 4-11-18-25
Iterlng Service. Inc.
^/ll-lS-2.-! 3 I
JUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
FOR DADE COUNTY,
1RIDA-IN PROBATE
No. 71-5453
ICE TO CREDITORS
Up of
IQBR,
Klllors anil All Persons Hav-
or Demands Agalnsl Said
h.ril.y notified and re-
Iresen'l any claims and de-
ic !i you may have against
Of SADIE BINOBR, de-
01 Dade County. Florida.
Ally Judges of Dade Coun-
Qie same In duplicate and
in S,-1 lion 7:13.111. Florida
their offices in the Coun-
kse iu Dade County, FI01 -
six calendar months front
the first publication here-
' will be barred.
Ihimi Florida, this 27th
|ry, AD 1972
PACK SINGER
Bxecutor
patlon of this notice cm
February. 1972,
IBI.E, ESQ.
ruior
id
Florida
2 1-11-18-25
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 72-284
(FRANK B. DOWLINGI
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
III RE: I'slale of
KATE XASO. a k a KATHERIXE
NASO,
Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Agalnsl Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of KATE NASO, also known
as [CATHERINE XASO, deceased
late of Westchester County, New York,
to the County Judges Of Dade County,
and file the same in duplicate and as
provided in Section 781.16, Florida
Statutes, in Iheir offices in the Coun-
ty Ctiurthou.se in Dade County Flor-
ida, within six calendar mouths from
the time Of the tlrsl publication here-
of, or the same will be barred.
Dated at New York. New York, this
20Ul day of January. All. 1972
/s/CAMILI.E TOMA8BLLI
CAMILLE TOMASEl.l.l
- C,l IIKIA OKSO.MANI" 1
GLORIA 1 R8" i.MANl" 1
As Ancillary Executors
Firsi publication of this notice on
the 4th day of February, 1978.
MYERS, KAPLAN, PORTER,
LEA" IX SON *; KEN IN
Attorneys for Ancillary Executor-'
1 I."." S.\Y 1st Si lee I
Miami. Florida
2/4-11-18-23
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERESY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage III
business under the fictitious names of
JOXETTE SALES: JOXETTE EN-
TERPRISES al 'i0 WEST 28th Street.
Hlaleah. Florida .ISnlO Intends to reg-
ister said names with Ihe Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dad.- County. Florida.
S1M.M Fib ?DUCTS, IXC
By: SIDNEY BERBER
HARRY ZUKERNICK
Attorney for Applicant
42" Lincoln Road
Miami Reach. Fla. 88189
2/4-11-18-25
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. 72-2123
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE I IF
VICKI A SHINKLB
Wife
and
JAMES K SHINKLE
Husband
TO: JAMBS K SHINKLE
I Residence Unknown 1
YOI! ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
lhai 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 MARSHALL Q FISHER, attornej
for Petitioner, whose address is 9655
s Dixie- Highway. Suite :wc. Miami,
Florida, and I'll, the original with the
clerk of the above styled court on or
I.. 1..... .Mar.-b lath. 1972; otherwise r
default will be entered agalnsl you
for the relief demanded in the com-
plaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said courl at Miami. Florida on this
lilsi clav of January, 1!>72.
E II. I.F.ATHERMAX.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By X. A. HEWETT
As Depuly Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal!
MARSHALL II. FISHER
Attorney for Wife
96S6 B. Dixie Highway
Miami. Florida
Attorney for Petitioner
! 4-11-18-25
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 72-2036
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In Hi- Tli. Marriage I if:
JOSEPHINE VINCENT, wife and
RICH AKl 1 VINCENT, husband.
To. RICH VRD \ INCEXT
1 K104 >ta< go Siii-.-i
Apartment No, :
North lloii\ wood. California
Yoi ARE HEREBY notified that
a Petition for Dlssolutl......I Marri-
age has been filed against you. and
you are hereby required to serve a
copy of your answer or other pit ad-
Ing tu the Petition on the Wife's at-
torney LESTER ROGERS, whose ad-
dress is 14T.4 N \\ I7lb Avenue. Mi-
ami. Florida 88125, and file the origi-
nal with the Cbrk of the above styled
Court, on or befor. the 1" day of
March. 1972 or a default will be entered
agalnsl you.
DATED this 28 day of January,
1972.
E. 11. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of Circuit Court
BY:C. P. COPELAND
2/4-11-18-25
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned desiring to engage In,
business under the fictitious name
of SILVIA CAFETERIA A RESTAU-
RANT at I2SB N.W. 2th Street. Mi-
ami. Fla. Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
MIGUEL A. DO.MINC.lK7,
LEONARD J. KAIJSH
Attorney for anplicanl
1629 DuPoiil Bldg,
Miami, Fla.
2/4-11-18-2.'.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
Ihe undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
MY PLACE at 1"7 N.E. 79th Street,
Miami, Fla, Intend to register said
name with the Clerk of Ihe Circuit
Court of Dad.- County. Florida.
JOHN KERRY
FERN UERIO
MIRIAM BECKERMAN
Attorney for applicants
1895 8 W Scd Ave.
Miami, Fla.
2/4-11-18-28
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELFVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-2252
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN III'.:
IRIS L. ORTIZ. Wife
and
AXOEI. MANUEL ORTIZ, Husband.
TO: ANGEL MANUEL ORTIZ
Residence unknown
YOI' ARE HEREItY 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 It
on JERRY" A. BURNS, attorney for
I'.-titioner, whose address is .'OS City
National Hank Building, 25 West Flak-
ier Street, Miami. Florida 98180, and
file the original with the clerk of the
above styied court on or before
March 10, 1!>72; 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
111 THE JEWISH Fl.OKIDI.AX.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said cOUri al Miami, Florida on
this 1 day of Feb., 1972.
E K LEATHERMAN,
As Cbrk, Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
BV K M KISSEE
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Bi all
JERRY A BURNS
90S City National Bank Building
Miami. Florldn
Attoi in > foi Pi Itloner
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
tha undersigned, desiring to engage
is business uudi r the fictitious name
Of AMANTEH al tic N W 27th Ave.
.Miami. Florldn Intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the Clr-
1 mi Court oi D.ide County, Florida.
RAUL K 'I IVA '."',
JOSE t.AMALI.i R "
2 1-11-1^--".
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 71-350
(ARTHUR W. PRIMM)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
AI.PHAUES J< 1IINS0X
Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired io pr.-sent any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of AI.PHAIES JOHNSON
deceased late of Dade County. Flor-
ida, to the County Judges of Dade
County, and file the sain.- In dupli-
cate- an.l as provided in Section 732.16,
Florida Statutes, in their offices in
the County Courthouse iu Dade Coun-
ty. Florida, within six calendar
months from the time of the first
publication bei.-of. ,.r the same- will
be barred,
Dateil at Miami. Florida, this 18
(lay of Jan A.D 1972.
WELLINGTON JOHNSON
As Administrator
First publication of this notice on
the 21 day of January, 1972.
BILVBRSTEIN. KW1TNKY & KROOP
Attorney for Wellington Johnson
1211 Lincoln Road
Miami Reach, Fla.
1 81-28 2/4-11
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 72-115
(FRANK B. DOWLING)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
CELIA ZEIGER
1 deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims Or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified n.~d re-
quired to present an\ claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of CELIA ZEKiEK de-
ceased late of Dade Onunty, Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade County,
and tile the same In duplicate and as
provided in Section 789.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices iu the Coun-
ty Courthouse hi Dade County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
Ihe time of Ihe first publication here-
of, or the same will be barred
Dated al Miami. Florida, this 10th.
dav 01 January, A.D. 1972.
HARRY ZEIGER
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
Ihe 21 day of .latin. 11 -J 1972
MYERS, KAPLAN. PORTER,
LEVINSON KEXIN
1:. iMu in M GlnsBurg
Attorney for Executor
I s W, Is! St.
Miami. Pis
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MAni, Florida Friday, February 11, 1972
Section B
Local Leaders Report On
act-Finding Study Mission
ie new Soviet emigration pol-
.y*,i;: ii'-iill in thousands of Rus-
i . rtiiiK an unpr cial burden on the government
there." said Rabbi Loon Kronish,
cl^fcman of the National Rab-
Cabinet of Israel Bonds and
hial leader of Temple Beth
fas.
7c mot with government !ead-
[fuid now immigrants and had
iences that were impressive,
iht-provoking and very mov-
abhi Kronish, Murray Fried-
Sidney Graber and Nat Levy
back from a fact-finding
on to study Israel's economic
ems, particularly those re-
to Russian immigration, as
sts of the Israeli government.
Miami Beach leaders talked
1th some of the n*w arrivals from
Russia and met with Israel's high-
est government officials, including
Prime Minister Golda Meir. Fi-
_ nee Minister Pirrhas Sapir, De-
fense Minister Moshe Dayan and
nister of Foreign Affairs Abba
an.
: The study and meetings were
part of an intensive economic
planning conference among Israeli
(ifficials and 150 Jewish leaders
fjom the Western Hemisphere. The
three-day session was convened by
tho prime minister and the minis-
* of finance, in cooperation with
Israel Bonds Organization, to
finance the development of
_el's economy and is the larg-
source of funds for this pur-
' "At a dinner given by Mr. Sapir,
e learned that of the three mil-
lion Jews now in Russia, a sub-
stantial number of them will be
allowed to emigrate to Israel dur-
ing 1972," Rabbi Kronish reported.
"This past January for example,
more, than twice as many came in
January of 1971. As soon after
theiriarrival as possible, the new
immigrants must become self-suf-
ficient. A survey is made of each
vorker's capabilities. Then he has
to be taught new job skills or be
howft how previous skills can be
pplied in a new country- When he
h finally ready to begin earning
a living, he nee?S to find a job or
borrow funds to start h own
sums of money are es-
to create these jobs or fi-
new ventures. Factories
be built, agricultural activ-
expanded, transportation fa-
improved, and public hous-
\ng constructed. It is estimated
'hat $35,000 is needed to create
iob^ provide housing, and com-
]>let^y absorb a new family of
foujThe result is an unexpected
anal financial burden on the
Isr^pl government this year of
:nc>Mto.m $210 million," Rabbi
KidBsh continued.
should have seen the faces
o! M immigrants when they got
off Be plane. Such joy and happi-
n. s^phey could not believe that
ihcBVvere finally in Israel. Arid
ii iB% very strange to see them
^-''"^lK out of a jel plane bul
-'K like they had stepped out
jrical movies or old photo-
rH|of Russian immigrants who
<-a^BV> America 50 years ago.
poke with the immigrants
teh, broken English or
Russian speaking inter-
nd learned of the hard-
ly withstood prior to their
ion and the desire of most
ews to reach Israel. All
re very affected by tho
Many of the delegates
rica have parents or
ts from Russia.
Bulking with Prime Min-
ister Golda Meir, it was clear thai
Israel is ready to make every
sacrifice to absorb those immi-
grants. Israel will admit each and
every one of them, no matter how-
many thousands come, and do ev-
erything it can to help make .them
proud, self-supporting citizens.
"For example, if there Is insuf-
ficient housing for the new immi-
grants, we would consider asking
the Israeli people to take them
into their own homes or to forego
their vacations in rest homes and
guest houses so that these facili-
ties might be available. And all
Since its inception in 1951, the
Israel Bonds Organisation has sold
almost $1.9 billion worth of Bonds
to help finance the growth of ev-
ery important branch of Israel's
economy, including agricultural
development, establishment of new
industries, exploitation of natural
resources, construction of high-
ways and public buildings, and
expansion of the country's trans-
port and tele-communications
systems.
Specific projects over the last
20 years include the Hulah Valley,
the National Water Project, trie
reactivation and expansion of the
Dead Sea Works, construction of
Ashdod Harbor, the Port of Eilat.
and enlargement of the Haifa
Harbor.
Bonds have also financed the
expansion of Chemical and Phos^
phatos, Ltd., discovery and ex-
ploitation of oil and natural gas,
building of some 700,000 perma-
nent housing units, and creation
of employment opportunities for
more than 1.4 million immigrants,
expansion of railroad systems, con-
struction of the Arad Chemical
Complex, exploitation of copper
deposits, establishment of over
500 agricultural settlements and
introduction of new industrial
crops, electric power production,
creation of some 30 new develop-
ment towns, and the expansion of
shipping and air transport, includ-
ing El Al International Airlines,
these commitments are being made
even though the government does
not have the money it needs to
carry out the numerous tasks. To
help meet this state of emergency.
Israel Bonds has almost doubled
its 1972 objectives to $450 mil-
lion, up from the $250 million sold
last year.
"Another aspect of our trip al-
lowed us to become more familiar
with defense philosophy and re-
quirements," Rabbi Kronish said.
"We flew to the Sinai Peninsula
and drove right up to the front
lines on the Suez Canal. From a
bunker position, we observed the
Egyptian trenches and even saw
some of their soldiers. Later, we
visited defense production plants.
"We were reminded that Israel
is still at war, on alert and hav-
ing some kind of fire fight almost
every day. Although the situation
is relatively quiet compared to
earlier times, and the dream of
complete peace with no firings
is a bit closer, Israel continues to
maintain her ability to ward off
aggressors," Rabbi Kronish said.
"Defense expenditures have ris-
en ; it now absorbs 45% of the bud-
get, leaving less money for the
growth of the economy and tho
assistance of the underprivileged.
There is still very much to be
done and to work for," he con-
cluded.
Dr. Leon Kronish, (right) welcomes a Russian shoemaker,
his wife and eight month old baby to their new homeland.
This new immiqrant family came from Soviet Georgia where
Stalin was bom. Their plane arrived at Lod Airport in Tel
Aviv just a lew minutes after the El Al jet carrying Dr.
Kronish and about 150 other delegates who came frc.m the
Western Hemisphere to the Jerusalem conference.
Fete du Soleil A Benefit
Betty Sherwin, director of in-
stitutional activities at Burdino's.
has created and written its an-
nual Fete du Soleil, a musical
extravaganza-fashion show-lunch-
eon on the theme "The Great
Shape-Up." She will produce and
direct its presentation Monday
noon in the Fontaineblcau Hotel
as an American Cancer Society
benefit and at the Diplomat Hotel
Friday noon, Feb. 18, as a benefit
for the Hollywood Scholarship
Fund. Miami committee chairman
is Mrs. Elda Romanach; Mrs. Jul-
ian Elitz is heading tho committee
in Hollywood.
BUFtDHSTE'S
Mrs. Jack Zackler, national
president of Pioneer Women,
led its delegation to the World
Zionist Congress in Jerusalem.
Harriet (Mrs. Milton) Green of
Miami participated as a dele-
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Friday, February 11, 1972
All-Israel Fashion Show
Opening Conference Event
Max Maria Ta Spook
in the temple. 1545 Jefferson A\.
Mrs. A. William Gerstman. pro-
Mrs. Hyman J. Berber, presi- gram vice president, will hxtro.
dent of the Sisterhood of Temple j duce Max Marin uno ^j, ept>i(k
Beth Raphael, announce!.that its <; ,.Judafam
next meeting will take place | 7*
Thursday. Feb. 17. at 7:30 p.m. Brotherhood._______________^^
The international premiere of
the 1972 All-Israel Fashion Show
will tafce place Thursday. Feb. 24,
MRS. JAN PEfffCZ
rt taiiubleau Hotel.
The snow will be the opening
event of the Inaugural ('(inference
tar Israel Bonds, a four-day meet-
i!: which officially la-inches the
ment capital for Israel's economy
through the sale of Israel Bonds.
The All-Israel Fashion Show
will he the most comprehensive
collection of haute couture and
ready-to-wear presented anywhere
in the United States this year,
including evening dresses, sj>orts-
wear. furs and beachwear.
Among the designers represent- j
! ed are such established names T
_ -is Lela Beer and Finy Leiters-
'"dorf; Gideon Oberson, the prodigy
of Israeli fashion; Beged-Or. the
celebrated leather wear company;
Stefan Braun, whose fur crea-
tions are world-famous, and Mas-
kit, the government-financed arts
end crafts firm founded by Ruth
Dayan, the former wife of Gen. !
Moshe Dayan. Israels Minister of ,
Defense.
The show is critically related ]
to Israel's long-range plans for
economic growth. By gaining ex- i
posure abroad for its fashions and
textiles and eventually boosting
sales of these products in foreign
markets, Israel hopes to reduce
Its severe balance of payments
deficit. The current prejxjnderance
of imports over exports is a lead-
i:g cause of the rapid inflation
which Israel has been exjjerien-
cing.
The All-Israel Fashion Show
will be presented locally by the
National Women's Division of
State of Israel Bonds, whose na-
tional chairman is Mrs. Jan
Peerce. The show will be staged
and accessorized by Jordan Marsh
, under the direction of Mrs. F.lean-
or Morris, who will do the com-
mentation.
A special highlight of the pro-
. ceedings will be a tribute to :
women leaders of the Israel
! Bond program whose communities ,
throughout the country topped the .
SI million mark in Bond sales in
1971.
Admission to the show Ls by '
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Beth Am Singles is sponsoring
I he showing of a travelogue by
John D'Anieri, president of Spec-
trum International Tours. Sun-
day at 8 p.m. in the temple's
Youth Lounge. The evening's en-
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Ralph Fine and his Music Makers,
and foods native to the countries
pictured, according to Girt Bossak.
publicity chairman.
The major purpose of the group
is to offer its members a broad
.ariety of activities and friends.
Its board of directors includes
Al Samet, president; Anne Gott-
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Doris Rothberg. Marianne Schmel-
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Archie Stone To Be Honored On 71st Birthday
Members of the community will
attend a SlOO-a-plate dinner at
the Eden Roc Hotel for the bene-
fit of the Archie Stone Founda-
tion Monday, the day of Archie
Stone's 71st birthday. Cocktails
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sph Zuckerman, (left) and Mayshie Friedberg, cochair-
Bn, conier with Harriet Green, chairman of the Labor
jniqt-Farband and Pioneer Women-Israel Dinner of State
jarding the gala event, which will be held in the Fon-
lebleau Hotel Saturday, Feb. 19. The 7 p.m. dinner will
preceded by a special guest reception at 6:30. Miriam
Bernard Gingold will be the recipients of the State of
jfael Shalom Award on this occasion.
MRS. IRVING SCHAffVH
IS. Schaf f zin To
Award Recipient
nth Yablick (Mrs. Irving)
ffzin aprominent local club-
nan who is also well known for
... civvie activities, will be the
cipient of the City of Hope Hum-
litariai; Award during the Miami
" ','ach Chapter's annual Leukemia
I Jncheon in the Fontainebleau
Hotel Saturday noon. The group's
esident. Mrs. Cy Plasky, v. ill
ake the presentation.
Proceeds of the luncheon, which
: under the cochairmanship of
lif. -Gustavo Hartman, Mrs.
. thur Schindel anil Mrs. Bernard
ffman. are used to sup|K>rt the
tient care, research and e.lu-
^don at the City of Hope, a pilot
"ilcal cenuter founded in 1913
. ich is free and non-sectarian.
Th hospital has made many
ific contributions to medical
evolved through its nurs-
irices or laboratories in the
years.
StiogMtz is accepting reser-
for the gala event honor-
:.-., Mrs. Schaff/in.
Sisterhood Plans Luncheon
Mr*. Herman Slenian. Dresident
Beth Ko-Vsh Sis'erhood. an-
noun ps that its monthly lunrh"on
Ail! ike place at n~on Thurdav
Fob. 7. in the auditorium. Host.
(vsps for the luncheon a> Mrs.
Sam *ortin. Mrs. / lhe-* w^in"*
Air-, .on Gochman, Mrs. Phil Levi,
Sophie Sklow.
d Members To Meet
1 1199 Retired Members
G'-ouo fwill meet Thurs-
eb. 17, at J n.m. in the Amr.
avint-s Auditorium. 1200 I.in-
. The orogram will include
ure enfertainment and re-
ents. -
Women's League Celebrates
The Women's League for Israel
Florida Chanter, will meet Thurs-
day, Feb. 17. at 12:30 p.m. in the
1200 uditorium of. Forte Towers.
ewialt Music Month will be cele-
>rata^ with a program narrated
! R4>a- 'mpj f featured soloists, Doro-
thy Mpndm.and Jean Siegel.
Treble Clef's Luncheon
Will Honor Jose Iturbi
Treble Clef, the Men's and Wo-
men's Society of the Miami Beach
Symphony Orchestra, is hosting
a luncheon and musical preview
Friday noon at the Algiers Hotel
honoring Jose Iturbi, guest artist
who will perform at the Sunday
night concert of the Miami Beach
Symphony Orchestra.
Mrs. George L. Sogg, president
of the music club, has announced
the appointment of Mrs. Benjamin
Lipton and Mrs. Jesse J. Habush
as vice presidents to fill unex-
pired vacancies on the Board.
I will begin at 6:30 p.m., followed
by dinner at 7:30 p.m. Entertain
I ment will include the Myron
[ Cohen and Goldiggers show.
Funds raised by the Foundation
are earmarked for the singula-
purpose of holping kids. Half of
all monies go toward the pro-
posed new Cardiovascular Wing
nt Variety Children's Hospital,
and the rest for athletic, programs
for youth.
Folks like Chuck Zink, Bob
Griese, L'arl Noonan, Nick Buoni-
conti, and Archie will be there.
The only present Archie wants is
the means to continue "helping
kids."
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+.knist fh rid fan
Friday, February 11, \ty\
Histadrut National Conclave
Opens Tuesday Before 1,000
The most
participants
any meeting
impressive array of
ever assembled tor
in the 12-year his-
' fugees.
Sen. Jackson wil lspeak on the
current Middle- Mvast situcrtkm.
here his leadership has hcl| ed
provide Israel with SS00 million in
credits to purchase Phantom jet
lighter planes and other strategic
material from the United States.
Admission to hear Sen. Jackson
and the Forum on Financial Plan-
ning is free, and refreshments will
be served, but reservations are
required, according to conference
chairman Morris Lange <>f Cleve-
land.
Wiiham H. Sylk of Philadelphia,
national president of the Israel
Histadrut Foundation, will preside
at the concluding banquet Thurs-
day following the introduction of
vuests by Commissioner Harold
Salkind, chairman of Histadrut for
i the Atlantic Seaboard region.
Mayor Kliahu Navi of Beersheba
will be the guest of honor, with
ercmonies scheduled to conipk te
ihe designation of capital of Is-
iael's Negev region as the sister
city of Dade County. Mayor Steve
Clark will be on hand to welcome
Mayor Navi.
Sen. Fred Harris of Oklahoma,
i former chairman of the Demo-
cratic National Committee, will
speak at the annual dinner, to-
gether with Dr. Kronish and Mr.
Sylk. Sen. Harris has a long re-
(ord of .service to Israel, and has
spoken out for its |>osition during
two terms in the United States
Senate.
Some reservations for the din-
ner are still available, according
| to Mr. Lange. They may be
secured from any of the commit-
tee members, representing more
than 40 different Jewish organiza-
I tions in the United States and
Canada.
YAAKOV AVIAD
lory of the Israel Histadrut Foun-
dation will take part in the seven- j
h annual national Mid-Winter
Conference of the organization]
Tuesday through Thursday at Ihe
Fontaineble.iu Hotel.
An inaugural plenary session ;
Tuesday night will get proceedings j
under way at 7:30 p.m. with the
theme of the Opening meeting.
"Israel Between Peace and War,"
.(voiding to Dr. Leon Kronish.
national board chairman of Mie
Israel Histadrut Foundation.
More than 1,000 delegates froi^ j
throughout the United Stales. [
Canada, Latin America and Israel i
will take part in the three-day
conclave which will augment ef- i
torts to support the medical, edu-
cational, cultural, religious and
welfare activities operated by the
Histadrut in Israel.
Keynote speaker Tuesday night '
will be Dr. Judah L. Shapiro, first
national president of the United
Labor Zionist Alliance of America,
organized last month when Far-
band. Poale Zion. Habonim Alumni
and other Zionist groups merged.
Also taking part will be the i
Kon. Yaakov Aviad, Deputy Con-,
sul General of Israel lor Political !
Attairs and Shlomo Ben-Israel, re-
iwned i>olitical news analyst and
foreign news editor of the Jewish
Dai!;.- Forward. Admission is Free,
but reservations are required, and
ma) be secured at the Histadrut
office in the One Lincoln Road
Bldg.
One of the highlights of the
Mid-Winter Conference, a Forum
in Persona] Financial Planning.
\ i take place Wedm b laj after-
noon, beginning at _' p.m. Partici-
i ints will Include J.idge William
F. Cercone of the Superior Court
ennsylvania; Judge Herbert
S, Shapiro of Miami Beach, legal
<" : >\ I". J;..- 1st < i Histadrut
F< indation; Dr. Harr< B. K
man, noted New Jersey bank exe-
cutive and Dr. Sol Stein of New
York, nationally renowned econo-
mist and executive vice president
cf the Israel Histadrut Founda-
tion.
Dr. Kellman Is senior vice presi-
dent of Fedelity Bank and Trust
Co. of New Jersey. A graduate
of the University of Pennsylvania
end the Jewish Theological Sem-
inary- of America, he received an
honorary doctorate from Semin-
ary for a distinguished rabbinical
career. He is a member of the
New Jersey state commission on
higher education and chairman of
Ihe municipal welfare committee
of Camden, N. )t
-west speaker at the Wednes-
day afternoon session will be Uni-
Sen. Jackson will si>eak on the
(Scoop) Jackson. The Washington
Democrat, one of the Senate's
foremost champions for Israel, is
Ihe sponsor of a new hill to pro-
vide $250 million in aid to Israel
tor resettling Russian Jewish re-
National Host Committee
Guides Histadrut Events
Working with Morris Lange.
general chairman of the seventh
annual national Mid-Winter Con-
SAM FflNSTE/N
terence of the Israel Histadrut
Foundation are five cochairmen
who have provided long-time lea-
dership for the organization.
They are Max Rothman of New
York, a national leader of the
larband. the new Labor Zionist
Alliance and Israel Bonds; Louis
\chbar of Ottawa, Ontario, one
of Canada's foremost Zionists;
Samuel Feinstein of Miami Beach, \
president of the host Israel Hista-
drut Council of South Florida;
Morris Newmark. treasurer of the
(onference and one of the largest
contributors in the country to His-
tadrut; and Moe I,evin, secretary
of the conclave and chairman of
the board of the South Floi ida
Council.
Members of a national commit-
t.....if hosts include Mrs. Gussie
Amdur, Norman Arluck. Sam
Qerke, Bernard H. Bloomfield,
Mrs. Klse Bonem, Max Breitman.
Judge William Cercone. Joseph
Cohen, Joseph H. Cohen, Ida
Coo]>er, Marvin Cooper. Morris
Cooper. Dr. Beulah Davis, Rose
Dubin. Samuel Klman, Dr. Isaac
Fein. Abe Feinglass. Milton Feller,
Jack Filosof, Israel Finkel, Abe
Fraidlin, Mayshie Friedberg, Geo-
ige Gilbert, Bernard Gingold, Mrs.
William Gittleman.
Also Manny Glatt, Max Gleiber-
man, Joseph Goldberg, Hy Gold-
man, Esther Goodman, Lillian
Goodman. Jack D. Gordon, Jennie
Grossinger, Abe Grunhut, Maurice
Guinsberg, Sam Gurwitz, Abe
Harris, Harry Helman, Harry Isen-
stein, Norman Kasser, Bernard
Katz, Harry Kimball, Morris
Kogan, Joe Kuluva. Sam Lach-
man, Morris Lichter. William
Lippman, Leonard Luna, Sidney
Mandell, Moe Margolies, Sam
Meth, Dr. Anna Brenner Meyers,
Sam Nashkin, Jack S. Pop>ck.
Leonard Ratner.
Also Jacob Rifkin. Harry Rubin-
stein, Philip Sahl, Commissioner
Harold Salkind, Ben Schwa: tz
Harold Shapiro, Judge Herbert
Shapiro, Nathan Shapiro, Herman
L. Shaw, Ben Silver, Louis F. Snet-
man, Dr. Michael Sossin, Sam Toll,
Joseph Turin, Malcolm Wolden-
berg, Leonard Zilbert, Sam Zitner
and Lewis Zorn.
Coordinating efforts for ihe
conference are Dr. Sol Stein, exe-
cutive vice president and Harry
M. Lipsius, administrative director
of the Israel Histadrut Conference.
They are working closely with Ed-
ward Tumaroff, Florida Histadrut
executive; Gerald Schwartz, con-
lcrence coordinator and public re-
lations director; and Ben Zion
Steinberg, field director.
Temple Beth Raphael To
Honor Wm. J. Schusels
Sam Cohen, president of Tern- of the JNF of Greater Miami,
pie Beth Raphael, has announced praised Temple Beth Raphac: fot
that Mr. and Mrs. William .1. being the first temple to establish
the tradition of an aruufflr*J\'F
banquet and lauded Car.tor Saul
H. Breeh, chairman oi '.he .INK
high-rise, temple and organua.
lional activities, for his >utsta:.,..
ing support to the JNF; and
Rabbi David Raab for his help and
cooperation.
Chairman of the I inquel ..
Bernard Fox. Serving on tin
mi t tee are Lou Aror.>n, Log
Drucker, Israel Dworetzky,
sepli Ginsberg, Mack Vako-.v.
Harry Rosenthal, Igor Schultj,
and David Schwa nenf ok!
Fascell Legislation Could
Help City Of Coral Gables
Legislation wljiph cuul^ avh> t
City of Coral Ga-bloS -ae^.jtr t
Biltmore Hotel pYoperty wa- :.
troduced in the U.S. House (A P..
resentatives by Qt>ngrjs>i-Bn Dt .
te Fascell D-Fla.. this week
the request of Coral Gab.:.- \\a\
Keith Phillips, following- a unani-
mous resolution by the Cciril
Gables Commission
The pro|osal would tssisl
and local governments to acquire
surplus Federal proporu for li-
as historic monuments by ftjjouipt
these properties to be -c f<
revenue purposes. The legislation
would also remove the present re-
quirement that surplus pro ertj
must have a historic SJ
relating to the pyriod in 50 years of the datl 8
termined to be. surplus.* -
MR. ant MRS. WILLIAM SCHUStL
Schusel will be the guests of honor
at the annual Temple Beth Ra-
phael-Jewish National Fund ban-
quet, to be held at 6:30 p.m., Sun-
day. Feb. 27. in the Napoleon Room
of the Deauville Hotel.
Mr. Schusel has distinguish!":
himself in service to the temple
and to the community. He is pres-
ident of the temple's Men's Club
and a member of the executive
board.
The Hon. Jay Dermer president
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Preview starting 12:30 p.m. Thurs., Feb. 10th
Friday and Sunday, February 13th, to sate
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Irene Davis Entertains
Irene Davis, pianist, singer and
comedienne was to entertain at the
American Federation of Senior
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Friday. February 11, 1972
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Page 5-B
MKS. ISAAC WOLKOWSKY
MARKS 50th ANNIVERSARY
Temple Israel Sisterhood
I Golden Donor Luncheon
foloratura soprano Carol Lynn
Dennis) Gould, who was
her-up for the Miss America
tHlc in 1966. and a fashion show
the noted local designer, Fran-
ca of the International House
Fashion and Boutique, will be
itureri on the program at the
jkien Donor Luncheon of Tern-
Israel Sisterlraod Wednesday
at the Fontainehleau Hotel, j
iMCD Volunteers
Participating In
Tag Day Wednesday
| Volunteers working to support .
American Medical Center at I
brver, Col., will be exchanging |
gs for dollars on Wednesday in
A a mi Beach.
IThey will be visiting businesses,
ptels, and other institutions in
<-fnter so work can be continued
ill research and care of cancer
patients.
The center has a continuous
program of basic and clinical re-
search to determine the effective-
ness of various drugs previously
found effective against animal
< ancers and demonstrated to be
r.on-toxic to human beings. Skilled
medical and paramedical practi-
tioners contribute time and skill
in assisting patients who are con-
ducting their fight for life there.
Locf.Jly, there are five chapters
contributing funds in order that
work continue at this non-profit
center. The two Miami Beach
Chapters. Tropical and Flamingo
Cancel Leagues ol American Medi-
HCenter, will be participating
inBhe fund raising effort. Last
> "* through the combined efforts
<;f|he five chapters, $200,000 was
Mrs. Howard Novell, president an-
nounces.
Chairman of the luncheon is
Mrs. Harold Moss. Her committee
consists of Mrs. Anschel Rackoff,
Mrs. Herbert Paige. Mrs. Joseph
Gardner, and Mrs. Tom Green,
ticket chairmen; Mrs. Martin Fine
and Mrs. Ernest Halpryn. hostess-
es; Mrs. Lawrence Singer, needle-
work chairman; Mrs. Joseph Na-
rot, honorary; Mrs. Michael Oro-
vitz, raffles; Mrs. Victor Faine.
reservations; Mrs. Sam Luby, Jr..
decorations.
The fashion show will feature
both professional and non-profes-
sional models including Mrs. Stan-
ley Yorke, Mrs. George Graham.
Mrs. Lawrence Krasnc. Mrs.
Thomas Green, Mrs. Nina Remeny,
Mrs. Harry Elson and Mrs. Je-
rome Ulman.
Honorees at the luncheon will
be a group of women who have
been in continuous membership
since the temple was founded 50
years ago .Each will he introduced
anci will receive a token gift of
appreciation from Sisterhood.
The honorees are Mrs. Fred Ab-
rams, Mrs. Leo Ackerman, Mrs.
R. W. Apte, Mrs. Milton Coplon,
Mrs. Gordon Davis. Mrs. Anna
Engler.M rs. Herbert U. Feibelman.
Mrs. Henry Hirsch, Mrs. H. I.
Ho ma, Mrs. Mitchell Kuperberg,
Mrs. Isaac Levin, Mrs. Sie Men-
delhon, Mrs. Harry Nevins, Mrs.
Joseph Rich tor. Mrs. Harry V.
Simons, Mrs. Max Solomon, Mrs.
Henry Sprintz, Mrs. Joseph Wein-
traub, Mrs. Maurice Weintraub.
Mrs. Mitchell Wolfson and Mrs.
Isaac Wolkowsky.
Hadassah Groups
Plan Activities
Miami Beach Chapter of Hadas-
sah groups have planned meetings
and luncheons this week.
The Lincoln Group will meet in
i the club room of 1C0 Lincoln Rd.,
Sunday at 12:30 p.m. Mrs. Anne
Levy, president, will introduce the
guest speaker. Sylvia Rutland,
area vice president of the Florida
Region.
Henrietta S/nld Group will have
a luncheon meeting Monday noon
at the Algiers Hotel. A film. "Neu-
rim," Village of Hope will be
shown. Mrs. Hannah Friedman,
president, will introduce the guest
speaker, Ella Beckerman.
Reiiunah Group's eye-bank
luncheon and games party will be
held Monday at the home of Alice
Vinisck, 4545 Adams Ave. For
reservations, call Carolyn Frankel.
chairman, or Henrietta Ziretzky.
Mrs. Manny Temkin, president,
will welcome guests.
Forte Towers Group will meet
in the 1200 building Monday at 1
p.m. Mrs. Jay Dermer will be the
guest speaker and will present a
musical treat with Sadye Padden
at the piano. Mrs. Jules Lessen)
will preside.
Morton Towers Group plans its
eye-bank luncheon Monday noon
at the Algiers Hotel. Bobby In-
dig, chairman of the day. will pre-
sent a fashion show sponsored by
International Knits. Mrs. Philip
Houtz will preside.
Israeli Uronp will have a lunch-
eon meeting Monday noon at the
Algiers Hotel. The film, "With
These Childien" will be shown.
Mrs. Henrietta Bolotin will pre-
side.
Eddie Cantor Group will hold
an eye-bank luncheon, at noon
I Thursday. Feb. 17, in the Fon-
; tainebleau Hotel. Paintings by
Mollie Levy will be sold, and pro-
ceeds given to the eye-bank proj-
ect. For reservations, call Ruth
Schusel. Mrs. Jeanne Krasner will
preside.
Luncheon-Fashion Show Set
Gulfstream Chapter of Women's
American ORT is planning a
luncheon and fashion show Tues-
day noon in the Cotillion Room of
the Eden Roc Hotel, according to
Mrs. Michael C. Gennet, chairman.
ol Cancer League
Luncheon Feb. 18
Cancer League of the
an Medical Center at Den-
planning a luncheon meet-
Friday, Feb. 18, in the
Ik* Hotel, according to Belle
ein. president.
r* Jack May, chairman of
life membership, will conduct a
special tribute to life members.
Following the business meeting,
musical entertainment will be pre-
.M-nted by voealbt {Catherine Rus-
sell, accompanied by Betty De
Witt at the piano. For reserva-
tions, call Dora irishman, Anne
White or Betty f"riedman.
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Smorgasbord Luncheon Set
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Thursday. Feb. 17, in the Holly-
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Planning the "Sneak Prevue" of Israeli fashions to be mod-
eled at the luncheon opening the four-day inaugural con-
ference, are (from left to right) Mrs. Else Bonem, Mrs. Leon-
ard Wien, Mrs. Lawrence C. Porter, preview hostess, and
Mrs. Gary Gerson. Mrs. Ted Bodin is in front.
'Sneak Prevue' of Fashion
Show At Buffet Brunch
Mrs. Lawrence C. Porter will
host a "Sneak Pre-Vuc" of the In-
ternational Fashion Show at her'
home Wednesday for Jerusalem
Sponsors of Israel Bonds.
An Israeli theme will set off!
the outdoor buffet brunch for th.'
guests who will preview next year's i
fashions by world-renowned fash-1
ion designers.
The unique, kaleidoscopic col-
lection will highlight haute cou-
ture, ready-to-wear, furs and swim-
wear, accoridng to Eleanor Morris
or Jordan Marsh, who will narrate
the fashion show.
An international model troupe
will show the creations in a the-1
atrical. music and dance produc-
tion choreographed csnee'allv far |
this affair. Beged-Or Maskit, Lola
Beer, Finy Leitersdorf, Gideon
Oberson and Stefan Braun are a
few of the name fashions to be
previewed.
Mrs. Leonard Wien, Mrs. Port-
er's mother, will cohost the affair.
The women have carried out a
decorative theme for the tour
through the Israeli fashion world.
There will be an Israeli-style sur-
prise dish on the menu, and junior
El-Al stewardesses will attend
the guests.
Chaim Gross, worK-renowned
Israeli sculptor, created the beauti-
ful bronze Jerusalem Sponsor pin
design on the invitation to the
affair.
The famous Israeli entertainer,
Arie Kaduri, will add -i touch of
international flavor by providing
music and song in many languages.
Sisterhood Presents Film
When the Mollie Kahaner Sis-
terhood of Beth Torah Congrega-
tion meets Wednesday at 8:30 p.m.
in the main sanctuary. Federa-
tion's award-winning film, "im-
ages," which was filmed in Miami.
and includes Sisterhood member
Helene Berger and her family,
will be shown. Refreshment will
follow: members are urged tn
bring their friends.
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*Jewlsli Her Mian
Friday, February H, 1972
Serendipity
by Sally Spaet
Assistant public defender Stephen and Terri Mechanic are the
parents of a son. Jordan Alexander the happy grandparents are
Rliee and Ben Gutstein and Hick and Bill Mechanic, all of Miami
Beach. The bris took place last Friday.
ft ft ft
Miss Mindv Forer returned to Rome, Italy, after a two month's
visit with her mother and brother. Mrs. Ida Forer and Joey. Just be-
fore her return, the Forers flew up to N'York for the national shoo
show at the Waldorf. Mindy was called in for the Johnny Carson
show; the interview was taped but not shown on TV. New York
had snow lluries and it was 23 degrees which was a treat for Ida
who has live ddown here ages. Mindy saw plays and was entertained
who has lived down here ages. Mindy saw plays and was entertained
by Timex Watch Co., one of the sponsors she works for in Italy.
ft ft ft
Flip Rosen, former star of the Cleveland Indians, flew down
last week to receive the honor of being chosen for the Sports Hall
of Fame at the University of Miami. His brother and sister-in-law.
Jerry and Vivian Rosen, and his aunt and uncle, Sari and Maurice
Furman. had Maurce Furman, had a very brief visit with him as he
had to return to Cleveland the same day.
ft ft ft
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Ruben of the Coastal Towers recently cele-
brated their 61st wedding anniversary with a family dinner in their
home. Married in Cleveland, they have been residents in this area for
the past 12 years. The family were all together for the occasion .
daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Nat Hullman with their chil-
dren, Deena. of North Miami Beach and their son and daughter-in-
law. Bonnie and Jeffrey Hullman of North Miami Beach. (The Jeffrey
Hullmans are the parents of Brant, the Ruben's great grandson. 1 From
Cleveland came the other Ruben sons; Mr. and Mrs. Bernard S. Ruben
and Mr. and Mis. Larry Ruben who have two sons. These are the
dividends that make life worthwhile, and they sure made the Rubens
happy.
ft ft ft
Mrs. Nat Klein and Mrs. Jack Moss are hostessing a dinner party
cum show Tuesday evening in the Cafe Pompeii of the Eden Roc
Hotel.
ft ft ft
Surprise birthday celebrations were tendered jointly recently to
P. rev Tragash and Sam Moskouiiz of Miami Beach by their sons.
Ken and Harold Tragash and Arnold Moskowitz. The champagne
dinner party was catered by by Ken, who is a student at the University
ot Florida, and Harold and Arnold, both students at Miami Beach High
School.
Mr Mo*kowitz is active in the "Bakers Guild" and has been
;i ueiated with the Longi'hamps chain of restaurants for several y^ars
while M. Tragash. is employed by Dade County and active in the Harry
H. Cohen War Veterans Post 723.
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Dental wives, members of Alpha Omega Dental Fraternity Auxil-
iary, celebrated Dental Health Week. Feb. 7 to 11, by visiting
under-privileged children in Title One schools of Dade County.
Mrs Jack Barne. president, and her co-chairmen of the project,
Mrs. Fred Rudisch and Mrs. Larry Mager and the committee, Mrs
Paul Marchand. Mrs. Roger Fine. Mrs. Larry Kessler. Mrs. Larry
Stein. Mr*. Jon Rauch. Mrs. Jerry Grand, Mrs. Richard Arnold, Mrs.
Gerald Summers. Mrs. Arthur Lane. Mrs. Gilbert Jacobson. Mrs.
Harvey Kaplan, Mrs. Ronald Abel. Mrs. Steven Morrow and Mrs.
Robert Adler, presented the puppet show, "Little Red Riding Hood"
and distributed free toothbrushes, posters, records and coloring books
to 1.900 young children..
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The Yacht Club at Kings Bay will have its Change of Watch
dinner at the club. Saturday.Feb. 19 with cocktails at 7 p.m. dinnei
at 8 p.m. New officers of the bridge will be "toasted and feasted" by
fellow Kings Bay members with past commodores and local digni-
taries in attendance.
Yacht Club officers for 1972-72 are Marvin Roye. commodore;
Bernard M. Klein, vice commodore; Paul M. Johnstone. rear com-
modore: Kenneth M. Lane, treasurer; Morris Lubin. secretary'. Dr.
Roger F. Palmer, fleet surgeon; and Stanley I. Scherer, fleet captain.
ft ft ft
When Art Bruns celebrated his birthday recently, he and his
wife. Joan, met at the home of the George Theobalds where the Dick
Judys, the George Kundee and Wally Wrightsons were waiting. The
five coupk-s then had dinner at Le Cordon Bleu in Dania. and then
drove to the Trade Winds Hotel in Ft. Lauderdale to see the Woody
Woodbury show.
After the show. Woody and his wife joined the party where
Woody, a famed "needier," continued his onslaught (which had started
on stage) on Art. Joan said that Art was only too glad to bet back
1o the shelter of the Villas.
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New memoers ot the Kings Bay Yacht and Country Club are
Morris and Miriam Futernick and children. Cathie. Frank, Lee.
Jeff and Marc; Norman L. and Elinore Green and children. Kenneth.
Martha, and Debra; Anthony A. and Dorothy Grillo and children,
Claudia, Michael and David; Allan H. and Tina Grossman and chil-
dren, Jeffrey, David and Gregory: Williom R. and Lusadel Howard
and children. Thomas, David and William, Jr.; David N. and Sondra
Rosner and children, Wendy, Jeffrey and Joanne; Paul J. and Johnanna
Safer and children, Leslie and Daviv; Walter A. and Evelyn Singer
and children. Marc. Douglas. Ricki and Linda; Theodore and Claire
Sobel and children. Wendy, Peter and Clifford; John W. and Melba
Staff on and children. Sharon and Craig; and William I. and Betty
Valentine and children, Susan and Michael.
<
Beautiful gowns were the order of the eve-
ning Sunday at the national Dinner of
Tribute honoring Dr. Irving Lehrman, na-
tional president of the Synagogue Council
of America, in the Friedland Ballroom of
Temple Emanu-El. Pictured, left to right, are
Mrs. Henry Siegman, Mrs. Samuel J. Hal-
perin, Mrs. Lehrman and Mrs. David Polish.
Rabbi Polish, president of the Central Con-
ference of American Rabbis, Mr. Haiperin
and Rabbi Siegman were among the speak-
ers at the black tie event which marked the
induction of the charter members of the
Society of Fellows of the Synagogue Council.
Susan Diane Landen, Richard Skor Engaged Valentine's Day Picnic
Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Landen, Doctor degree from the University
1801 SW 87th PI., announce the of Miami. He is currently man-
engagement of their daughter. aging the firm of Peat Marwick
Susan Diane, to Richard Bernard j Mitchell and Co. in Miami.
Skor. the son of Mrs. Esther Skor !----------------------------------------
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Miss Landen received her Bache-
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University of Florida and her I P-m. Tuesday meeting of the Roney
Master's degree in Education from piaza Chapter, Women's League
The Biscayne Chapter of th?
American Medical Center at Den-
ver is planning a Valentine's Day
picnic at Greynold's Park East
Sunday beginning at 10 a.m.
the University of Miami. She is
for Israel, in the Ro.ney Plaza's
main social hall, according to an
I currently teaching at Coral Way
I Elementary School. Mr. Skor
. received his Bachelor's degree in innouncemenl :nade by Mrs. Gus
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Judith S. Toback And John A. Marzullo To Marry April 9
The wedding
on April 9.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Toback of
5130 Donatello St., Coral Gab:es,
announce the engagement of thir
daughter, Judith Suzanne, to J.>hn
Anthony Marzullo. son of Mr. and
Irs. Paul Marzullo, of Syracuse,
I.Y.
Miss Toback graduated from,
ral Gables SSenior High School
attended the University of
nnessce, where she was pledged
Alpha Kpsilon Phi, and was
lee ted as a "Little Sister" of
ta Beta Tau. She also attended
ie University of Miami, where
e majored in Human Relations.
r fiance graduated from De-
Itt High School, Jamesville,
.Y., and the University of Flori-
da, with a degree in Pharmacy.
fe is a member of Sigma Nu
aternity and Rho Pi Phi Phar-
fjnaceutical Fraternity.
Falkes Announcing
Prhcillc's Engagement
Mr. and Mis. Jack Falke, 175
NE 1.10th St., North Miami, en-
nounce the engagement of their
"laughter, Priscilla, to David
Baum, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Baum of Skokie, 111.
Miss Falke, who graduated from
North Miami High School and
Miami-Dado Junior College, trans-
ferred to the University of Illinois,
where she will receive her degree
in May. Mr. Baum. who attended
schools in Illinois is associated
with his father in business.
A June wedding is planned.
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Deborah Album To Wed Ivan Esterman May 14
degree from Stern College fot
Rabbi and Mrs. Abraham Album
O'of Dover, Del., announce the en-
firgagement of their daughter, Deb-
jl.orah, to Ivan Esterman, the son
jjot Mr. and Mrs. Abner Esterman,
1580 Bay Rd., Miami Beach.
Miss Album graduated from the
Veshiva High School for Girls in
Manhattan, and received her B.A.
Women. Mr. Esterman attended
the Ner Israel Rabbinical Col-
lege in Baltimore, received his B.A.
from Yeshiva University, and will
receive his M.A. <3egree in May
from New York City University.
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After six months of planning today's teenagers, where formal -re ready for anything
.he 'Free University Experiment" education methods may have And Uednesday nights at he
.or senior high teenagers will open [tailed." *iUth CCr ^ **L 5Tn S',"^
its-floors Sundav at the Youth*- Sfttdefits will be permitted TrT*?Tance-as ITens ftcpoft "Strug -le
enter 4144 Chase Ave.. accord- iegister for one or all the courses with Milton Zatinsky. director of
ing to an announcement made by and move in and out as they feel Program Development for
.h tKw. ........,.,i,,- mctiti.iinns thev need to. A certificate of satis- l nited f
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!he three sponsorim hey need to. A ceruncaie 01 *..>- i nucu Fund. Mr. Zatinsky has
Temple Beth Sholom. the Bureau faction will be awarded after sue- wide experience as a labor organi-
of Jewish Education __' *'__"*"' mmniaHm .if fiva courses /er and was educated at une New
the i-essful completion of five courses /er and was educated at the New
Greater Miami Y.M VWHA.
tdward Weiss
trie Berger
David lubin
DAVID I.I BIN
David Sholem, son of Mr. and
? s. Jack Lubin. 2151 SW 87th
Cl will iwome Bar Mitzvah Sat-
u;day morning. Feb. 12. at Temple
< i Olom.
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Block, will be
Bar Mitzvah.
Richard is a student at Nautilus
Junior High School and attends
Ner Tamid Religious School.
Under the guidance of Rabbi Leon
Kronish. spiritual advisor. Zvi
Berger. educational advisor, and
Vivian Becker, coordinator of the
program, a faculty including some
of the most creative persons in
the Greater Miami area has boen
..ssembled to teach any teenagers
willing to learn.
in 15 weeks. School for Social Research. Teen-
According to Zvi Berger. direc- age will examine the thought
or of the Bureau of Jewish EdU- "nd process of resistance ami
cation. "We are attempting to put ^nge in terms of all the "tarn."
the teenager at ease with his back- Thespians will have their ni^ht
ground. Hopefully the program on Tuesday from 7 to 9 p.m. with
David, a seventh crader at Rock-
v.. y Junior His;h Sch>x>l. plays the
clarinet in the school band. He
is an honor student in the temple's
H brew School, and belongs to
the Temple Or Olom choir. Boy
Scout troop 272. and Young
Judaea. David, who will take part
in a Bar Mitzvah tour of Israel
fir:nation class of 1974.
A kiddush will follow the ser-
vices, and a reception in Richard's
honor will be held Saturday at
the Balmoral Hotel.
The curriculum covers a pur-
| posefully planned wide range of
; subjects so as to offer the great-
est choice and opi>ortunity for stu-
dents. 'This is the newest and
Out-of-town guests will include most exciting approach to come
Eva Block, the celebrant's grand-' about in enabling teenagers to
mother, from Jersey City, N.J., I find their identity." declared My-
aunts and uncles Ben and Dinah lion A. Berezin. executive director
Block and Hy and Janet Block, j of the Greater Miami YMHA.
this coming ummer. will COBttau. j LonI*tand NY., Dave and Robbi I -Once again, the private sector is
in the High School of Jewish i *n,dow,.and J~ and '."i?"8 Snuth' reaching out to serve the needs of
Studies and will enter the Con- f F,uah(Ln*- NV ,and ." "*
: Jeffrey Sandow also of Flushing,
NY.
to to to
EDWARD WEISS
Edward Jay. the son of Dr. and
Mrs. Bernard Weiss, will become
; Bar Mitzvah on Saturday. Feb. 12,
at Temple Zion.
will attract upwards of 100 teen-
agers."
Rabbi Leon Kronish. spiri'ual
leader of Temple Beth Sho'.om.
is proud that the doors of its
Youth Center will open to em-
brace and house the "Free Uni-
versity Experiment." In a sense,
rhe Beth Sholom Temple Youth
program gave rise to the need to
teach non-affiliated youth.
Mr. Berezin. wno will teach
'Jewish is Beautiful" Thursdays i
1 eon Unger. who will direct ;he
emotions of students on stage,
rased on years of study in this
avocation.
Yosef Yanich, who dairy directs
the American Jewish Congress,
will take off his shoes to teach
dancing and talk about current
events in Israel each Sunday from
6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Mr. Yanich is
;: student of world renowned folk
dancer, FFred Berk.
Monday night will see the uni-
nt 8:30 p.m.. hopes to explore the j versity students cooking with Bar-
question "What is a Jewish | bara Levy or creating a newspaper
Mr. and Mrs. Lubin will host
the Oneg Shabbat Friday evening
as well as the Kiddush and a
luncheon at the temple following
their son's Bar Mitzvah on Satur-
day.
Among the honored guests will Edward, an eighth trade stu-
l> David's grandparents. Mr. and | cent at Glades Junior High School,
Mrs. Irving Lubin and Mr. and is the assistant librarian and also
Mrs. Hilliard Clein. Mr. and Mrs. j plays saxophone in the school band,
toward Clein, Montgomery. Ala., j
ar.! Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ruben-
61-in. Los Angeles. Calif.
.'__
KENNETH HETMAN
Kenneth, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Allen Heyman, 6133 W. 14th Ct..
Hialeah. will celebrate his Bar
Mitzvah Saturday. Feb. 12. at
QVmple Tifereth Jacob.
Dr. and Mrs. Weiss will host the
Oneg Shabbat Friday night and
Boys' Choir Concert
Sponsored By BBW
The Eleanor Roosevelt Chapter
of B'nai B'rith Women invites the
community to attend a concert
featuring the All Boys' Choir,
Wednesday at 8 p.m. in the sanc-
tuary of Temple Or Olom. 8500
SW 16th St.
The choir, sponsored by the
University of Miami Music School,
Value?" Also on Thursday nights,
id] those who want to make in-
strumental or vocal music in a
I'roup will join forces to establish
a band. The "World of the Tal-
mud" Thursday from 8:30-9:30
p.m. will deepen the student's un-
derstanding of the relevance of
Talmud or Jewish law.
The most popular Karate teach-
er in Greater Miami. Jimmy Diaz,
will instruct classes Wednesday
evenings and Sunday mornings.
Movement and Dance will free
the teenager in this unique thrust
for "the search for self" under
he tutelage of Sandy Hirsch on
Wednesdays, and an award vvin-
the Kiddush on Saturday morning is under the direction of Mr. Eisen-, ning sculptress and fashion de-
i following services. A reception in
Edward's honor will be held at the
. Weiss home.
Among guests will be his grand-
I parents. Mr. and Mrs. Nyman
| Maigolis of Miami. Mr. and Mrs.
j Ben Weiss from L.I.. N.Y. and
to
to
Kenneth Ls a student at Palm ,
S ings Junior High School where D" and "^ G^rt ^arnette
tie is in the seventh grade.
it. and Mrs. Heyman will honor
their son with a luncheon at the |
temple following the services. '
Guests will include his maternal !
giandmother, Mrs. Sarah Gatt, his i
paternal grandparents. Mr. and 1
and I
hart; Michael Braz, however will
be leading the boys at the temple. '
Members of the choir have re- j
presented the group at the Cen-
tral America and International j
boys' competition and have sung |
with the Philharmonic. They have ;
been asked to perform at the Na-
tional Democratic convention this I
summer .
I
Committee Meeting To Plan
Latin American Festival
Wolf Glatzer. chairman of the
I-atin American committee of the
Mgner, Phyllis Swern. herself the
embodiment of multi-media, will
impart her own widely diversified
tvickground in art to teens who
with Stuart Levitan, public rela-
tions savant for the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation.
"Friday afternoons are inspira-
ional," says Vivian Becker, coor-
dinator of the program. A "Des-
tiny" workshop utilizing sensiti-
vity techniques will be ted by Bar-
la ra Shoeket: yoga will be offered
lrom 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. by John
Laurino. who is a disciple of Val-
entine.
The variety of personalities and
courses are designed to enrich
the students understanding ot
himself. Any senior high teenager
is welcome to register in advance
with Vivian Becker at the Youth
Center Thursday from 3 p.m. to
10 p.m. A bulletin for the Free
University Experiment will be sent
upon request.
Mis. Max Heyman of Miami, ana shmuel Fershko and the Far-
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Heyman band Zimrah Chorus and Mandolin
Ol Washington. D.C. j Ensemble will be featured in the
to "to 11 8 p.m. Saturday. Feb. 26. concert
ERIC BERGER | jn tne Miami Beach Auditorium.
Eric Allan Berger will become ; jasCph P. Zuckerman, president
a Bar Mitzvah Saturday morning, j of the Ledediker Branch and
Feb. 12, at Temple Menorah. Southern Farband representative,
Eric is president of his seventh s responsible for the annual con-
de class at Nautilus Junior I CM"t- Joseph Glatt, Abraham Da-
High School and plays trumpet.
He is also active in many sports.
A dinner-dance will be held in
Eric"s honor; many out of town
friends and relatives are expected
to attend.
to -to to
' LAUREN iin* LOREX GOLD
Lauren Gold, daughter of Mr.
ar.J Mrs. Herbert Gold. 1910 NE
l>s>th Terrace. North Miami
Beach, will celebrate her Bat
Mitzvah at Temple Adath Yes-
hurun. Friday, Feb. 11. An Oneg
Shabbat in Lauren's honor will
follow the services.
The following morning, her
brother, Loren Gold, will be called
Jo the Torah for his Bar Mitzvah.
A Kiddush in his honor will follow
*!> services.
Lauren and Loren attend the
Lehrmen Day School of Temple
F.manu-El. where they are in the
eighth grade.
Mr. and Mrs. Gold will honor
their children at a dinner party
Saturday night in the Diplomat
Country Club. Gnests will include
grandmothers Mrs. Esther Middle-
tot i-g of New York and Mrs. Rosel
Qoidectmidl of Chicago.
to to to
RICHARD BLOCK
Saturday morning. Feb. 12, in
the main sanctuary of Temple Ner
Bsmid. Richard Ira. the son of
Concert Features 3 Artists,
Chorus, Mandolin Ensemble
Tluee outstanding artists
singers Sidor Belarsky and Salva
Merrige and pianist-composer | YM-YWHA of Greater Miami, has
announced a committee meeting ,
for 8:30 p.m. Wednesday at the !
YMHA. 8500 SW 8th St. The j
group will formulate plans for i
the Latin American "Cabaret Fes-
tival" scheduled for Saturday, I
June 16.
The present committee includes
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Shapiro. Miron
Gutstein, Juan C. Fukelman and
Miguel Ciporkin with Herbert Ru-
bin as YMHA staff advisor Mr
vis, Lester Bigelman. Julius Nadel
and Celia Gottlieb are in charge of
this performance. Tickets may bej
secured at the auditorium box: Glatzer invites any interested Y'
offieo. members to join the committee.
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For Muskie's Dade Effort
I-eon Levin has been named Sen. i
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The appointment was announced
here by House Speaker Richard
Pettigrew, state chairman and
Dade campaign coordinator Syl-
van Holtzman.
Mr. Levin a resident of Dade'
County for 49 years has been ac- j
five in civic affairs. A Miami Beach
ffnnior High School and Univer- [
slty of Miami Law- School gradu- j
n te, he is a member of the Metro
Housing and Urban advisory board j
and an associate judge of the City .
of Hialeah.
Cesia Landfield Speaking
Cecia Landfield. a modern paint-
ei, will speak on the topic: "As 11
See It" and present her own work
at the monthly Art Forum. Fri-
day, Feb. 11. at 8 p.m. in the Wash-
ington Federal auditorium. 1234
Washington Ave. The Forum meets
the secord- Friday of the month:
the public is invited without
charge.
Abrahams To Speak Tuesday
Samuel Abrahams, a practicing
lawyer who specializes in family
and criminal law, will speak on
"Law in Family Conflict" at the
Forte Forum on Tuesday at 1
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Surveying the new junior and senior high
school building of the Greater Miami Hebrew
Academy, under construction across Pine
Tree Drive from the main campus at 24ih
Terrace, are these leaders of the Hebrew
Academy Women who will hold their an-
" nual "Brick Luncheon" Feb. 23 at the North
Miami home of Mrs. George Feldenkrais.
From left to right are Mrs. Julius Rosenstein,
Mrs. Bernard Edelstein, Mrs. Feldenkrais
and Mrs. Gabriel Deutsch. Cochoirmen for
the event are Mrs. Feldenkrais, Mrs Rosen-
stein, Mrs. Joseph Shapiro and Mrs. Leonard
Rosen.
I
eer Women Schedule
Arbor Pay Celebration
Kinneiot Chapter of Pioneer i
Women will hold a Jewish Arbor ;
Day celebration Sunday at 1 p.m. ;
in i he Washington Federal Audi- !
torium. 113.1 Normandy Dr. Rabbi
Ije'on (ibldbcrger will be guest
speaker.
I &._ -tr it
; Aviva Chapter will hold its re- '
UUlar meeting Wednesday in the
Washington Federal Auditorium.
63.! NW 167th St. Guest speaker
will be Seymour Liehman; Mrs.
Elizabeth Mongin will provide
entertainment.
Valentine's Day Theme
'Tle prizes, refreshments an i en-
teiiainment provided by song
slylist ESthej Leder Milman and
her aceo'rhpanist, Tammy Aronson.
Of the regular monthly meeting of
t*e^ho*"Wtid Club of Greater
"" iii in tlw Washington FederaJ
"toriilm Sunday at 7 a.m. will
fe a Val'iitinc's Day theme.
t\ Kinder-nan, president, will
jj'uct th.e meeting. All former
dents of Rhode Island and vis-
^cuijrerrtTy in the area the in-
to attend.
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Poo crack/post time 8:00pm
twelve exciting rexes
featuring the Trifeda and the big Q!
general admission 50C
clubhouse M.OO
for reservations.
phone 754-3484 bcoward 524-0747
take north-south x-way.l-9S)
exit 125th or 103rd street
matinee every mon,wed.,fri.&sat. 100pm

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WITH GUEST ARTISTS
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EDWARD
VILLELLA
KAREN A BROCK
DIANA WEBER
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ON STAGE IN PERSON 3 BIG HOURS
^ MUSIC SINGING
- COMEDY ^ DANCING
DAILY EARLY BIRD MATINESS $1 TILL 3 P.M. Phone 531-6202
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Friday, February 11,-1372
Mcdeb for Hillel's fashion show include (from left) Dora
(Mrs. Albert i Levine. Judy (Mrs. Morton) Zemel, Betty (Mrs.
Joshucj Weinberg and Barbara (Mrs. Herbert) Abramson.
A planning and organization meeting was held recently at
the Forte Towers in preparation for a March 12 luncheon to
be heid on behalf of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's
1972 CJA-IEF campaign. Meeting with representatives from
each of the four buildings were (from left to right) George
Kctin. cochaiiman; Jack Hazelkorn. initial gifts chairman, and
Joseph Mondres, cochairman.
Finalizing plans for Suburban Leaaue's annual dinner-dance,
Feb. 20 at the Playboy Plaza Hotel are, (from left to right)
Suburban League president Mrs. Jay Mitchell, Mrs. Nard
Hellman, cochairmcn of the affair, and Mrs. Gary Seligman,
administrative vice president.
Roses Theme Of
Hillel Luncheon
And Fashion Show
Some 400 women are expected
to attend the first Hillel Com-
munity Day School luncheon and
fashion, show in the Eden Roc
Hotel at noon Thursday. Feb. 17.
proceeds of which will he used
to help the school obtain the finest
educational equipment available.
Theme of the event, which is
under the chairmanship of Mrs.
Don Solomon of Hollywood, will
be "Everything's Coming Up
Roses." and the floral theme will
be carried out in the musical selec-
tions played by Herb Starling and
his trio, the decorations in the
hotel's gilded circular hall and the
invitations as well as the spring
fashions from Young Sophisticates
modeled by ladies affiliated with
the school.
Mrs. Joel B. Dennis is serving
as chairman of the 40-member
hostess committee, which includes
mothers, members of the Board
of Governors, and friends of Hilki.
Wexlers, Novaks Cochairmen
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Woxler and
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Novak art-
serving as cochairmon of the 9
p.m. Saturday. Feb. 26. "Bal Mas-
que Purim Ball" in the ballroom of
the Central T at 8500 S\V 8th St.
Program Being Stepped Up ,
K. Albert Pallot. chairman of
Miami's Committee on Ecology |
. and Beautification announced this \
week that its educational pro-
' grams aimed at halting pollution
of the waterways, parks ana
; beaches, clearing vacant lots and
I removing abandoned cars from
i city streets wiH be stepped up fol-
lowing a meeting with Merritt :
i Hadley. public affairs director of <
I Radio" Station WGBS. in the Col-j
I umbus Hotel Friday at 2 p.m.
: Members will hear a preview of j
, the public service messages pre- |
pared by Storer Broadcasting ur-
fging citizens to help save the en-
vironment.
Auction-Smorgasbord Set
Lorber Chapter of the Child-
'. ren's Asthma Research Institute
& Hospital at Denver will hold ,
its annual auction-smorgasbord at
10:00 a.m. Tuesday in Temple I
Beth Am. 5950 SW 88th St. Lois
Rubin is in charge ol arrange-
, menus.__________________________________
LEGAL N0TKE
LEGAL NOTKI
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEKEBV GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engag* in
business under the fictitious name of
kerns MESSEXGER SERVICES.
IX"." at IMS Congress Building. Miami.
Fl-.rida intends to register raid name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
EDWARD KUHTZER. pres.
DAXIEl. KETTEH. ESQ.
Attorney for Route Jdessenger' 'i
Services. Inc. 4Q
1005 Congress Building
Miami. Florida 3313;
_____________ _2'll-ls-;r, s.t
PRELIMINARY CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
Mrs. Harriet Green of Miami Beach, (left) president of the
Miami Council of the Pioneer Women, who was a delegate
to the World Zionist Congress in Jerusalem, poses in the
Israeli national hall in Jerusalem with Mrs. Sylvia Snyder
of Philadelphia, national vice president of Pioneer Women.
WILL TUTOR
YOUR HOUSE OR MINE.
YOUR HOUSE Of MINE.
ANY AGE. 642-3142
KAY'S HOME
DECORATORS
CUSYOM MADE SLIPCOVERS. CLOTH.
YOURS OR OUR MATERIALS.
CALL 861-1482
APT. WANTED
Jewish lady mid-50's employed.
Desires efficiencygarage or at-
tached apt. turn, or un-furn. Per-
manent basis. Must be Gables area.
Best References. 448-3159 or 446-
9611
INCOME TAX
RETURNS PREPARED
OPEN DAILY 9-5
SUN. A EVES. BY APPT.
947-6051
GARRAHAN AGENCY
MARILYN GARRAHAN
1750N.L150ST.
LEGAL NOTICE
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. 72-2789
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IX RE: THE MARRUGE OF:
.MICHAEL VERNE CUKE.
Husband,
and
; MARY LOU CURE.
Wife.
TO: MARY LOU CURE
1501 Melba Court
Mount View. California
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to it
"ii MITCHELL J. LJPCON'. attorney
for Petitioner, whose address is
FRIEDMAN & LIPCOX, 3737 SW. 8
St. Suite 109. Miami, Florida 33134.
Telephone 446-6485, and file the origi-
nal with the clerk of the above stvled
OOOTt on or before March 17. 1872;
otherwise default will be entered
against you for the relief demanded
i in the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FI/)RIDIAX
, .WITNESS my hand and the seal of
i said court at Miami, Florida on this
9 day of February, 1972
E B. LEA THERM A.X.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By C. P. COPELAXD
_ As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
FRIEDMAN A LIPCON
MITCHELL J IJPCON
3737 S.W. 8 SL, Suite 109
Miami. Florida 331J4
Attorney for Petitioner
2/11-11-25 3/3
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY. NO. 72-2745
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ATILANi i TBI 'Lh >R< I CARRASCO
Petitioner
vs.
MARIA YIOLETA DE GOMEZ DE
CARRASCO
Defendant
TO: MARIA YIOLETA DE GOMEZ
DE CARRASCO
San Juan de Letran II X'o. 10
Mexico 1, D.F Mexico
V u. MARIA Vir>I.ETA DE GO-
MEZ DE CARRASCO, are hereo)
notified that a Bill of Complaint f"r
Divorce ha- been filed against you,
and you are required to serve a copy
of V'ur Answer OT Pleading to
Bill" of Complaint on the Plaintiff's
attorney, CASPAR B. ai.drich. 1414
Coral Way. Miami, Florida 33145 and
file the original Answer or Pleading
In the office of the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court on or before the 17 day of
March, 1972 If you fall lo do so. judg- ,
ment by default will be taken I
against rou for the r.-Iief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint
This notice shall be published once
each week f"r four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FI-oRIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, thi.- 8 day ot February. AD.
1972.
E B. LEATHERMAX. Cl-rk
Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida
By: C. P. COPELAXD
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
GASPAR B. AI.DRICH
1414 Cral Way
Miami, Florida 331
Attorney for Plaintiff
SSI .474
2 11-18-25 3 3
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. 72-2752
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IX RE: THE MARRIAGE OF .
RICHARD POCTA,
Husband,
and
CAXDACE ELIZABETH POCTA.
Wife.
TO: CAXDACE ELIZABETH POCTA
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY XOTIFIED
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 Jack L Herskowitz. Esq attor-
ney for Petitioner whoso address is
420 Lincoln Road. suit. SOS, Miami
Beach. Florida 33139. and file the |
original with the clerk of the above
styled court on or before March lb. !
1972: otherwise a default will he en- j
tared against you for the relief de- '
mamled in the complaint or petition
This notice shall he published once ,
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDLVX
WITXESS my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami. Florida oil
this Sth day of Janunrv. 1972.
E. B LEATHERMAX,
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade Countv. Florida
By L SXEEDEN
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
Jack L. Herskowitz. Esq.
Herskowitz and Grossman, PA.
420 Lincoln Road, Suite 60S
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
Attorney for Petitioner
2/11-18-25 3/S
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-1818
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
JAMES MCCLARBN
Deceased,
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Saul
Estate:
You are hereby -notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of JAMES MCCLAREN de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida, to
the County Judges of Dade Countv.
and file the same In duplicate and as
provided in Section 733.16, Florida
Statutes. In their offices In the Coun-
ty Courthouse hi Dade County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 21
day of January. AD. 1972.
DeLEXA McCt^VRBN
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the 1) day of Feb.. 1972
LESTER ROGERS. ESQ.
Attorney for Executrix
1454 N.W. 17th Avenue
2/11-18-25 S/S
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRE-
SEXTS SHALL COME GREETINGS:
Whereas. ALBERT J BOWMAN,
Miami, Florida: DOROTHY BOW-
MAX, Miami. Florida: GEORGE W.
WAXXER. Miami, Florida did on the
29th day of January, A.D. 1954 caute
to be incorporated under the laws
of the State of Florida BOWMAN-
WANNER BUILDERS. INC. a cor-
poration, with Its principal place of
business at Miami. Dade County In
the State of Florida, and whereas
such corporation did on the 19th day
of January, A.D. 1972. cause to be
filed in the office of the Department
of State of the State of Florida, the
documentarv authority required und-
er Section 808.27, Florida Statutes,
showing the dissolution of such
corporation.
Now, therefore, the Secretary' of
State does hereby certify to the fore-
going and that he i- satisfied that
the requirements of the law have
been complied with
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have
unto my hand and have af-
flxed The Great Seal of the State ot
Florida, at Tallahassee, trfe Capital,
this the Nineteenth day of January,
A.D. 1*72
RICHARD DICK STONE
:-' retary of State
1/11 TJ
T
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. 72-2664
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
RAUL R GiiXZALEZ
HUSBAND
and
MARIA A. DAVID C.ONZAI.EZ
WIFE ~i
TO RAUL R. GONZALEZ
44v Biasl I- sort Inn Rd.
Apl IS
i.as Vegas, N, vada
You ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you ar.i
> o are required to serve a copy i f
your written defenses, if any. to it
on Raul J Valdea-Fatul. attorney IMP
Petitioner, whosi addi la :4!4 Cor-
al Way. Mian: Plot da 3314V Mid
fi!.- thi riftnal with the clerk of the
III
17. 1972 a lefaalt w-ill he
entered against >"u for the relief de-
mam nt or petit
Thli shall be published
each week for f..ur utlve weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
uri ai Miami, Florida on this 7
day of February,
E B LEATHERMAX,
At Clerk. I' u l Court
i ;. C unty Florida
By C. P O iPELAND
As Deputy Clerk
i Circuit Curt Seal I
Raul .' Valdes-Fauli
1414 Cc ral Way
ml, Kla. 33145
Attorney for Petitioner
2 11-lS-;:. 3 3_
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 77124
In RF: Estate of i i
DAVID ENGLANDER
Deceased 9
NOTICE OF INTENTION
TO MAKE APPLICATION
FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given that we
have filed our Final Report and Peti-
tion for Distribution and Final Dis-
cjiargt as Co-Executors of the estate
of David Englander, deceased: and
that on the 13 day of April 10:43 a.m.,
1972. will apply to the Honorable
County Judges of Dade County, Flor-
ida, for approval of eftid Final Report
and for distribution and "final dis-
charge as Co-E\. outon of tii. i-tate
of the above-named decedent. This
9th day of F.I. 1H72.
B Sarah Harris
S Ethel Goldman .
8 .Marx Faber
Marx Faber Attorney
305 Ainsley Building
Miami. Florida 33132
173-8304
2 U-lS-SJjd
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COuUT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No 72469 (Prirom) .
NOTICE TO CREDITORS'
In RE Estate of
Ho|.|.is T MA DRY .' I
Deceased,
To All Creditors and All Ptr-v"' 1!iV"
ins Claims or Demands Against Said _
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any lenuvml de-
mands which vou may hove against
the estate of HOLMS T. MADRY de-
ccased late of Dade County, Florida, to
the County Judges of DIMe County,
and file the same in duplicate and as
provided in Section 713,16. Florid*
Statutes, in their offices In the County
Courthouse In Dade Count*-. Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereoT,
or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this i day
of Feb.. A.D 1972.
ROBERT F MADRY
As Executor .
First publication of this 'noffee 00
the 14 dav of Feb.. 1972. !'. '
ANDREW J. TOTH ,.
Attorney for Executor
932.'. Park Drive-Suite E.
Miami Shores. Florida S3T3,-
2/11-18-25 3/3


February 11, 1972
vJewlst) ntrkttmn
Page 11-B
tor Jackson To Be Feted At Tuesday Night Banquet
Henry M. (Scoop) Jack
Mrs. Jackson will be hon-
Tuesday night at a $100-a-
i dinner at the Diplomat Ho-
Hollywood by some 1,000
Hans and winter visitors. The
!>.m. event is being held under
[chairmanship of Samuel N.
Iland 'of Miami "Beach, Dade'
finance chairman for Sen.
mi's campaign for the presi-
ll nomination of the Demo-
party.
FYiedland's eochairmen in-
Joseph Fitzgerald, Miami at-
and Catholic community
Daniel Dubbin, Miami
business executive; Thomas
}ng, Boca Raton banker and
ithroplst, and M. Lewis Hall,
attorney and Florida co-
rman of the Jackson cam-
Jackson, whose candidacy
f strengthened last week with
rsements from three of Flor-
seven elected cabinet mem-
and four of the state's nine
acratic Congressmen, will
k at the informal dinner which
be preceded by a reception
ing Mrs. Jackson and him-
ate Comptroller Bud Diekin-
Insurance Commissioner Tom
Hey and Education Commis-
sioner Floyd Christian have an-
nounced their full support of Sen.
Artist Teaching Course
At Beth David South
Lawrence Chvotzkin, an instruc-
tor at Miami-Dade Junior College,
will teach Both David's first series
of mini-courses on "Contempor-
aiy Jewish Artists.'' The course,
which will cover the works of Ben
Shlhn, Marc Chagall and Larry
Rivers and give a brief insight in-
to their lives is being offered at
the South Dade Campus, 75D0 SW
120Ui St., for four consecutive
Tuesdays at 8 p.m. through Feb.
29.' The registration fee for Beth
David members is half of that
id by non-members,
rreene is a member of the county
executive committee for Sen.
TO SETTLE ESTATE
WIDOW MUST SELL
ORIGINAL FINE
OIL PAINTINGS
PHONE 6730522
LOVELY STAR LAKES WATERFRONT
1 MDROOM 1 BATH CONDOMINIUM
HOME, ALL DESIRABLE EXTRAS,
PRKED RIGHT AT $18,500. VA%
MORTGAGE. OWNER 651-8851.
EDUCATION DIRECTOR FOR SMALL
IcBmI who can alto serve as Cantor
for Conservative Synagogue. Salary
I op**. Send resume and references
to tobbi R. J. Adler, Ohev Shalom,
ME. Church St., Orlando, Florida
92|01.
SHARE 1-BEDROOM
: APARTMENT IN
fONEY PLAZA APTS.
with woman. 532-4924
rPEWRITERS FOR RENT
Electric $12- 15 Month
FREE DELIVERY. RENT MAY
APPLY ON PURCHASE
751-1841
TCACHER-CANTOR
ionol Baal Koreh wanted for
I Florida Conservative Tempi*.
mum 5 years Hebrew Teaching
' mandatory. Resume must
udt educational background,
history and a recent photo-
ph. Education and work experi-
a Hebrew Teacher will be
primarily in filling this
Write T. C, Box 2973,
, Fla. 33101.
, m-
41-,
Jackson. No other cabinet mem-
ber has endorsed any Democratic
candidate, and only one Congress-
man has endorsed any other as-1 Miami Beach headquarters for
pirant, giving Sen. Jackson h de- Sen. Jackson have been opened in
cisive edge in endorsements.
the Harvey Building, at the cor-
ner of Washington Ave and 14 th'
St. Councilman Harold Rosen is
chairman of the Beach area com-
mittee, and Councilman Jeror.'Q
Jackson. Gerald Schwartz is ca.'u
paign director.

Almost everyone in Hillsboro Beach lives on the ocean Everyone els*
lives on the'lntraWMtet.'You se*. A1A is the only street in lush, tropical,
prestigious, quaint Hillsboro Beach So there s water, water everywhere ...
with lots ot space lo live.
That's part ol th popularity ot Opal Towers Another part is Opal Towers
money-back guarantee. II you wish to dispose ot your Opal Towers'
condominium, we'll buy it back at the price you paid, less a modest service
charge. 18 months alter you close title.
Other reasons tor Opal Towers' popularity are: the most extensive
recreation facilities you've ever seen, the respected address: th*
convenience to busy Boca Baton and bustling Pompano. th* fabulous views
ot miles ot uncrowded beach, th* Intracoastal. th* hghthous* and inlet;
the delightfully young residents already living in Opal Towers; and the tact
that Opal Towers is probably the last condominium of its kind to be built
in Hillsboro Beach If your* looking for a good time as wen as a good
investment, look into Opal Towers. Should you decide to buy we'll *v*n help
you sell your present soulh Florida home within 90 days Why do w* do
so much? You'll iust have to see it to believe it.
Of course, if you already know Hillsboro Beach you understand th*
security ot an Opal Towers investment... and its convenience Nearby are
over 40 golf clubs, dozens of mannas, shopping centers restaurants
nd business centers. Take A1A north, over the bridge at the Lighthouse
Point Inlet, into the heart ot Hillsboro Beach.
EVERYONE
IN HILLSBORO BEACH
LIVES OH THE WATER
AND MOST
OFTHE HOMES
COST ABOUT A
QUARTER OF-A MILLION.
OPALTOVERS
COSTS ONLY 27,000.
AND IT'S ON THE OCEAN.




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TOP U.S. CHOICE WESTERN WHOLE BEEF
TENDERLOINS
9Knh t* (Mc Suj ^etuCcUoiHAf
THY AAAKE A DELICIOUS ROAST
CUT INTO JUICY, TENDER STEAKS
BRAISED TIPS AAAKE A MOST
DELICIOUS STEW!
FEATURES EFFECTIVE THRU SUNDAY. FEB. 13
AT ALL FOOD FAIR & FREDERICKS STORES
EXCLUDING FOOD FAIR KOSHER MARKETS
LB.
PUUN OH Sfl' 'S,NG
GOLD
MEDAL bag
.A.N o self
FOOD
Ali* pLEASE WITH OTH
saws nr:s>ss -*
5 TO 7- LB. AVERAGE
UNTRIMMED
'MCOME TAX
WESTERN SELECT
BEEF LIVER
,CE CREAM
all flavors
HALF
GALLON
CARTON
A '^MttK
AU FLAVORS
HALF
GALLON
CARTON
FOOD
r^
SLICED
SKINNED
69

LB.
BONUS SPECIAL! SAVE 28 REFRESHING
SCHLITZ BEER 6ri$l
19
STOCK UP SALE OF HUNT A WESSON PRODUCTS!
SAVE 16c DELICIOUS
Hunt's Tomato Sauce 8 S3i *1 Hunt's Stewed Tomatoes!S* 27
5AVE7c. A ,, --.. SAVE 8cWHOLE PEELED _, ,
Hunt's Tomato Paste 3 cgs 49c Hunt's Tomatoes ........4%S2' *1
LARGE BUNCH GARDEN _
FRESH BROCCOLI 39c
GARDEN FRESH
Salad Size Tomatoes 3
FAIR
SUPERMARKETS
BOXES
OF 6
TOP QUALITY JUICY
Me IUr UUSUII JUH.T
Temple Oranges...........10
QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
P U. S. CHOICE WESTERN
ROAST ,
TOP U. S. CHOICE WESTERN
Boston Roast lB. 89c
BONUS SPECIAL! SAVE 28* ON 2 ROLLS
|f lU MT Y WHITE OR
TOWELS......iF
LIMIT 2 ROLLS, PLEASE, WITH OTHER PURCHASES OF 7 OR MORE
EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
BORDEN'S DELICIOUS
YOGURT
ALL
FLAVORS
MASTER'S
MRS. FILBERT'S (SIX STICKS)
SAVE 10* AMERICAN KOSHER SLICED
SALAMI
A II if a > 16-OZ AAii MKb. MlBfcRIb 5IX STICKS)
Sour Half S Half SS?- 33 Whipped Margarine..... 2 49c
OR BOLOGNA PKo 09 *
KAHN'S MIDGET UVERWURST OR SAVE 10c DAN.SH CROWN IMPORTED
Sandwich Spread S 29c Herring Snacks tw ^ .ISg" 69c
SAVE 4 BANQUET '------------------
CREAM PIES 29e
FRESH SEAFOOD ONLY AVAILABLE AT STORES
HAVING SEAFOOD SERVICE COUNTERS'
JERSEY
FLOUNDERS
FRESH
CAUGHT
FROZEN
.14-OZ. PKG.
NEAPOLITAN, COCONUT, CHOCOLATE, LEMON
BONUS SPECIAL! $1.03 VALUE! ALL STYLES!
MISS BRECK
TI7CBQ AUIII4IIE C\ U 1 V AT (inBH UUITU (IBV'lfl CAmi'lo, u.. .._ _.... _. _
APPETIZERS AVAHABIE ONLY AT STORES WITH SERVICE COUNTERS
All LUNCH MEATS STORE SLICED TO YOUR ORDER.
BONUS SPECIAL! SAVE 20'
AMERICAN KOSHER SKINLESS
YOU CAN T BUY THEM ANYWHERE ELSE. SORRY'
All BAKED GOODS MADE WITH PURE VEGETABLE SHORTENING!
BONUS SPECIAL! SAVE 9*-FOOD FAIR
THIN SLICED SANDWICH
SPRAY
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ii. Florida Friday, February 11, 1972
Section
NCCJ Presents Annual
Brotherhood Awards
Jver Medallion of Brotherhood
irds the highest honor of
I National Conference of Chris-
|l> and Jews (NCCJ), which are
rded annually to individuals
have demonstrated their lead-
bip in community and civic af-
will be presented Thursday.
24, at the annual NCCJ
kherhood Dinner in the Fon-
ebleau Hotel dinner chairman
rias C. Wasmuth. chairman of
[board of Burdine's announced.
ecipients are Sister M. Dorothy
ivne, O.P., president of Barry
liege; Dr. Irving Ix-hrman, spir-
al leader of Temple Emanu-El.
(imi Beach, and Harry Hood
feet, chairman of the boards of
fctheast Banking Corp. and the
Bt National Bank of Miami.
ft. Henry King Stanford, nresi-
|t of the University of Miami,
chairman of the nominating
imittee, which chose the rep-
seita'ives of the thrde major
religious faiths.
Sister Browne, who has a Ph.D.
in adnration-r.sychology from Cath-
olic University of America. Wash-
ington, has been the president of
Barry College since 1963. She is
a ini'inher of the board of direc-
tor of the Community Television
ndation of South Florida, Inc..
cayne College for Men. NCCJ
! serves on the board of trustees
[the Southern Association of
lieges and Schools. She is also
chairman of the Florida Independ-
ent Higher Education Committee, a
former member of the State Board
oClndependent Colleges and Uni-
^visities and hol-s an ex-officio
fcition on the board of the Coun-
'
Dr. Lehrman
Sister Browne
Harry Bassett
Synagogue at at Kennedy Airport.
South Florida Citizen's Housing
Foundation, Inc., the Dade County
Chapter of the American Red
Cross and the United Fund of
Dade County.
Harry Hood Bassett, who has
been chairman of the board of
Southeast Banking Corp. since its
organization in 1967, received a
B.S. degree in industrial adminis-
tration at Yale University's Shef-
field School in 1940. While serv-
ing as a first lieutenant in the
Army Air Corps, he spent 15
months in Europe, Africa and the
Middle East.
Mr. Basset is a director of many
banks and corporations including
the Southeast SBIC Inc., South-
east Data Processing Inc., First
Foreign Investment Corp., East-
ern Airlines Inc., General Devel-
opment Corp., Maule Industries,
Inc. and Wometco Enterprises.
Inc.
In 1969 he was the general cam-
paign chairman for the United
Fund of Dade County. He is
chairman of the board of trustees
of the University of Miami and a
trustee of the Committee for
Economic Development, a mem-
ber of the Orange Bowl Commit-
tee, the Greater Miami Philhar-
monic Society and the American
Bankers and Florida Bankers As-
sociation.
The dinner chairman. Thomas
C. Wasmuth. is chairman of the
board of Burdine's. He is a vice
president of Federated Depart-
ment Stores and a director and
member of the executive commit-
tee of Associated Merchandising
Corp. He is also a director of the
First National Bank of Miami and
a member of the board of gover-
nors of the Greater Miami Cham-
ber of Commerce.
He was 1970 campaign chairman
of the United Fund of Dade
County and is a trustee of the
Greater Miami Coalition and the
University of Miami.
The NCCJ is a civic organiza-
tion composed of all religious
faiths who work together to pro-
mote cooperation and mutual un-
I derstanding among religious and
i racial groups. The proceeds of the
| dinner is the principal means of
i support for all NCCJ programs.
Moreno Habif, (left) received the Award of Honor fcr his out-
standing leadership and service at the Cuban-Hebrew-
Israel Dinner of State in the Fontainebleau Hotel Sunday.
Michael Litvak, director of Israel Bonds, made the pres-
entation. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Heisler weie the recipients
of the State of Israel Shalom Award; Scrolls of Honor were
presented to Victoria Adouth, Isidoro and Luisa Lerman,
Morris Rosenfeld, Jaime Miirani, Eva Baisman, Alberto Ccs-
tiel, Julio Gorfinkel and Sofia Schwartzbaum.
for International Visitors. She
received many honors and
irds including Women of
Achievement Award for 1966. Dad
County Business & Professional
"Women; Community Headliners
Award for 1969. Theta Sigma Phi
and the Special Brotherhood
Award for 1967, NCCJ.
jfihe was the first recipient of
the Lumen Christi Award from
tt* Archdiocese of Miami Catholic
Teachers' Guild and received an
honorary Doctor of Letters degree
from Biscayne College in 1969; and
the Golden DeeJs Award present-
ed bv the Miami Shores Exchange
Cnib last June. She has also pub-
Jished numerous articles on the
teaching of reading and the educa-
of women.
[ -X)r. Irving Lehrman. who has
en the rabbi of Temple Emanu-
in Miami Beach since 1943, re-
ived a Doctorate in Hebrew Lit-
ature in 1958 and the honorary
_ee of Doctor of Divinity from
Jewish Theological Seminary
i 1968 when the Homiletics Li-
there established his name.
3r. Lehrman is president of the
nagogue Council of America
aad a member of the rabbinic
"binet and Board of Rabbinic
pitors of the Jewish Theological
riary of America. He is an
norary president of the Rab-
bical Association of the South-
Region and past president of
Rabbinical Association of
pater Miami. He is the past
iinnan of the Greater Miami
nbined Jewish Appeal and a
member of the Greater Mi-
, Jewish Federation.
is a member of the Presi-
pt's Commission on Obscenity
Pornography, the Executive
littee of U.N.E.S.C.O. and
President's Commission on Ag-
He is a member of the Flor-
l State Committee on the Teach-
of Religion in the Public
sis and the National Council
I the Boy Scouts of America,
cochalrman of the Religious
Force of President Nixon's
House Conference on Food
ition and Health. He is a
Wad member of the International
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Florida Jaycees Name Five
'Outstanding Young Men'
Neal P.. Sonnett. Chief of the secutors working under his direc-
Criminal Division for the VS. At- tion. He i^n charge of all federal
torney's Office in Miami, has been :-rimiiMl prosecutions for a 1^-
county area from Yero Beach t'
NEAL SONNKTT
riarrcvl one of the state's "Five
' (standing Young Men for 1971"
by the Florida Jaycees.
The awards are ihe highest hon-
or r.estowed by the 13.000 member
organization, and are presented
each year to five men between 21
find 35 "whose exceptional achieve-
ments are represi ntative of the
in their fie'd of endeavor."
according to Randy Avon. Florida
Jnycee president.
The other 1971 winners are
County Judge Lewis Kapner. 34,
of West Palm Beach; J. Blair
Culpepper, 34. president of a Win-
ter Park bank; Bernard Scott.
."".. Chief of Police for Wilton Man-
< -: and Perry McGriffe. 34, form-
er Mayor of Gainesville.
Mr. Sonnett. 29. is the youngest
Criminal Division Chief of any
major office in the United States,
and heads one of the largest of-
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In nominating Mr. Sonnett. the
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out his widespread contribution.-,
in professional, civic and fraternal
activities. He now serves as presi-
Jent of the South Florida Chapter
Of the Federal Bar Association
and was the first Floridian ever to
be chosen a national director of
its Younger Lawyers Council.
Mr. Sonnett. a member of
Temple Beth Sholom. Miami
Beach, is president of the Metro-
olitan Dade County Lodge of
Fraternal Order of Police Associa-
Uld is a director of the Flori-
da Kidney Foundation and the
South Florida Cystic Fibrosi-
Foundation. He is aUo active in i
the fieht against drug abuse, and
has made hundreds of anpearances
on radio. TV or before groups I
warning of the dangers of drug
"se. He was a charter member of
the Dade Countv Commission on
Drug Abuse and the Dade County
Youth Relations Board.
A past president of the Greater
Miami Jaycees. he is present ly
State Legal Counsel for the
Florida Javcees. He graduated
from the University of Miami
School of I,aw. and has been
{in officer or director of its alumni
association for the past three
years.
Mr. Sonnett has keen an Assis-
tant United States Atrornev since
1967. and has been responsible for '
8 large number of nationally signi-
ficant convictions, including three
of the largest narcotics conspira-
cies in the county's history.
Honored many times previously
' for his work in the field of Crim-
inal Justice. Mr. Sonnett was
chosen the "Outstanding Young
Man of Miami" for 1970 by the
, Greater Miami Jaycees. and was
. selected as "Prosecutor of the
Year" for 1971 by the Florida
Criminal Defense Attorneys As-
sociation.
Last Yivo Forum Events Of Season I
YIVO Forum will present the
last lecture of the season Thurs-
lay. Feb. 17. at 8 p.m. in Temple
Beth Sholem. 4144 Chase Ave..
Miami Beach. Can Jewishness
Survive in Translation" will be
he topic discussed by S. Rabino-
witz.
Morris Honigbaum. chairman nt
the Greaer Miami committee, an-
nounces that the YIVO Forum
will have its closing banquet at
6 p.m. Thursday. Feb. 24. at the
Algiers Hotel. Dr. Isaac Fine will
deliver an address entitled: "The
Life and Writings of Rabbi Levi
Isaac Berdichever." oCmposer and
conductor Abraham Krashiiisky
will sing.
For reservations, contact M.
Honigbaum. 816 \Y 41 s,"
Miami Beach. '
Bosh Discussion leader
When The Great Jewish BColq
Discussion Group me. ts Thursday
Feb. 17, at 2 p.m ,n the Miami
Beaeh Public Library, 2100 O*
lins Ave.. Jack M. Basi- li
(business man and nationil via
president of the Conservative
movement's Federation of Jewisj
Men's Clubs, wii: be the
cussion leader. Samuel :-.e:o-
program coordinator, announce;
"Tevyah" and other S
Aleichem stories will be the sub
ject for the discussion.
Gordon Y. Billard, a business
and financial consultant and
partner in New York's Drys-
dale & Company, has been
elected a director of American
Savings & Loan Association of
Florida. Treasurer and chair-
man cf the Finance Commitrtee.
New York Academy of Sci-
ences; director cf the MuMord
Corporation and the Mu'iord
Foundation and trustee of the
Gordon Y. Billard Foundation,
he maintains a residence in Bal
Harbour and is a member of
the Indian Creek Country Club.
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oad To Kennedy Memorial
onors Herman L. Weisman
w road leading to the John
nnedy' Merhorial' and 'Peabe
on a Judean mountaintop
Jerusalem was dedicated
ute to Herman L. Weisman,
president of the Jewish
al Fund of America, at a
ceremony attended by gov-
t dignitaries, JNF repro-
ves, and delegates to the
Congress.
The Kennedy Memorial, one of
iie most impressive landmarks in
II of Israel, is a huge structure
ncircled by fifty pylons, one for
every state of the Union. The
Mernorlal is in tto center of a
forest which will eventually com-
prise 5tt million trees. The new
road, which is more than 30 feet
wide and begins at Moshav Ora,
was completed not long ago by the
Keren Kayemeth.
The dedication rites were con-
ducted by Ambassador Jacob Tsur,
world chairman of JNF, and ad-
dresses were given by Rabbi Ir-
ving Lehrman, spiritual leader of
Temple Emanu-El, Miami Beach.
Meyer Pesin, the new president of
TNF*"of America, and Abrarrifeal'-
omon, executive vice president of
the Fund. All the speakers paid
tribute to Mr. Weisman's record
of service as head of the JNF of
America from 1966-1971.
In his response Mr. Weisman,
who now serves as president of
the Zionist Oranganization of Am-
erica, declared, "A great and never
to be forgotten moment of my
life occurred on the 4th of July,
1966, when I had the profound
privilege, as president of the JNF
of America, of dedicating this
magnificent memorial in the pre-
sence of thousands of people, in-
cluding former U.S. Chief Justice
Earl Warren and the late Prime
Minister Levi Eshkol.
"This Memorial and the new
road, which will be traveled by >
all those visitors coming here to
plant trees or simply to view
this incomparable site, are con-
vincing manifestations of the in-
dissoluble bonds of friendship that
unite the peoples of the United
States and Israel," Mr. Weisman
said.
Th committee planning Wednesday's showing of the film
"Aption For Survival" in the auditorium of the Century 21
Toirer Building, 2750 NE 183rd St., included (from left) Dr.
FrOd Frank, Mrs. Sara Ross Rosenberg, president of the
Miami Chapter, National Health Federation, Mrs. Margaret
Staarn, vice president, and Florida representative Lloyd
Gardner. Admission to the movie, which features Ralph
Nader, Adele Davis, Paul Bragg, Gaylord Hauser, Eddie
Albert and Betty Lee Morales, is free; the time is at 8 p.m.
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fund-raising dinner and show Sun-
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the Eden Roc Hotel, according to
Mrs. Judy Holland. More than
700 guests are expected to at-
tend a 6:30 p.m. reception in the
Cotillion Room, followed by din-
ner in the Cafe Pompeii at 7:30
p.m. Guests will see the show
starring Myron Cohen and the
Golddiggers at 9 p.m.
Post Sponsors Breakfast
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Post 243, Jewish War Veterans
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Coral Gables, JWV's state mem-
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Friday, February 11, IS

U-M Receives
$20,000 Grant
The Center tar Advanced Inter-
national Studies of the University
jfranVoT SlfTOOO norn"t1>e Ralph
Levitz Family Fund of the Foun-
dation of Jewish Philanthropies
ol the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration, according to an announce-
ment made by L"-M president
Henry King Stanford.
Dr. Standard said the grant,
first of a series, is to be used at
the discretion of Dr. Mose Har-
vey, director of the U-M Center,
in support of a continuing
Feminar-study group on Middle
Kast-Israeli affairs and looking to-
ward the development of a major
research-studies program for the
Middle Kasi-Israeli area.
This generous support by the
Ralph Leviz Family Fund will
Book Review By Abrahams
At Young Israel Breakfast
Samuel Abrahams, New York
lawyer, author and world traveler,
will review Ida Cowen's V k.
"Jews In Remote Corners Of The
World." at a breakfast that will
follow the 9*30 a.m. Sunday morn-
ing prayer session. Joseph Meyer,
chairman of the Men's Club of
Young Israel of Greater Miami,
has announced.
Mr. Abrahams, author of the
recently published volume en-
titled: "Law In Family Conflict."
is a frequent visitor to this area. '
Rabbi Naftaii Porush is spiritual 1
leader of the temple; Barry
Schmber. a member of the Flori-
da Bar. is president of the con-
gregation.
enable the Center to contribute
' immediately and directly to a bet-
ter understanding of the crucial
lole Israel is currently playing in
world affairs and also will help
the Center to generate the dyna-
' mics necessary to build a major
program of studies for Israel and
the Middle East." Dr. Stanford
added.
Initial U-M efforts will focus
on the use of a seminar-study
group approach involving mem-
bers of the Center faculty and
research staff, a limited number
of outside authorities, and selected
graduate students. The group will
engage in s:>ccific research pro-
jects .dined at the publication of
high quality studies for general
public dissemination.
Among the first topics to be in-
vestigate!. Dr. Harvey said, are
the strategic role of Israel in
the Middle East: science and tech-
nology as they affect Israel's in-
ternational role and Israel's pre-
sent and future viability; and
Soviet policies for Israel and the
Middle Fast.
These first efforts will neces-
sarily be modest." Dr. Harvey ex-
plained. "But we expect them to
provide a nucleus around which
we can develop the activities and
the resources necessary for a full
fledged Israeli-Middle Bast pro-
gram, an achievement that will re-
present a significant further mile-
stone toward excellence in inter-
national studies at the U-M."
Art League Will
Manage And Staff
Boat Show Exhibit
The South Florida art exhibit
I >ffering the greatest public ex-
(josure to established and budding
rusts opens Friday. Feb. 18. at
the Miami Beach Convention Hall.
I It is the six-day Miami Interna-
i 'ional Boat Show's marine art ex-
hibit, in the Cypress Room. Tra-
itionallv. about half of those who
I attend the Boat Show also view
I the paintings and sculptures in
I the art exhibit.
The Miami Art League will
manage and staff the exhibit, as
it has since S. Fletcher Proctor.
I boat show secretary, first pro-
I posed the art exhibit to Art Lea-
gue officers more than 20 years
' ago. Mrs. Miriam H. Jones, a past
president of the league and found-
r of the annual Vizcaya Art
Weak, is exhibit chairman. Mrs.
Gladys Morgan is vice chairman.
Hundreds of new artists hnve
had their first opportunity to .its-
play their work at this exhibit.
and many have gained prominence
nfter this first showing. Ribbons
and generous cash prizes are of-
fered, and many canvases and
sculptures are sold. Each artists
may exhibit two paintings or
crafts. The show is unjuried so
hat beginners wil) not be ex-
cluded
Paintings and crafts to be ex-
hibited must be delivered to the
Cypress Room between 10 a m.
and 3 p.m. Thursday. Feb. 17. and
be picked up between those hours
on Thursday. Feb. 24.
Phase I Of Mount Sinai
Project Nearly Complete
The first facet of a three phase Phase I also includes prefi |
[arking plan designed to provide parking for physicians.
i more parking and better in-bound I
i and out-bound access toj^c Mount, <*' "f the t,a| lan ,>
1 Sinai ttedfcal Center will "be?"conS- TWl,B ****** complex a park.
pleted next month. Medical Cen- I llke Pl'earance and at the nine
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Yacov Gluzman sees his son lor the first time as he is re-
united with his wife, Rita, after a two-year separation. Mrs.
Gluzman was allowed to leave the Soviet Union shortly be-
fore the baby was born, but her husband was unable to
get permission to leave at the time.
Rita And Yacov Gluzman
Reunited After 2 Years
'Volunteer Teams'
Launched by Cedars
Something new in volunteer
service is being launched at Cedars
oi Lebanon Hospital, according to
Barbara Ashe, director of volun-
teer- services, who says 17- and
l.S-year-olc\s as well as senior
citizens often prefer to work
as teams, and this "buddy sys-
lem" has proven quite effective.
"Husband-and-wife teams, high-
school class-mates, or .just two
friendly neighbors may pair up
and become highly efficient as
helpers on our Gift C'aCrt, on the
Information Desk, in the (lift
Shop, or acting as couriers," Miss
Ashe reported.
Many of the duos are assigned
to operate the Book Mobile, a
travelling library on wheels.
Others help with a Craft Cart,
carrying hobbies and games to
interest reeuiwrating patients.
"There are also many clerical
jobs oi>en for willing individuals
who have a concern for our pa-
tients," said Miss Ashe. Students I
receive letters of commendation i
for their assistance which are in- \
corporated into their school-achie-!
vement records.
Additional recruits are needed I
now. Teams or single indivi- I
duals can got details by calling
Miss Ashe at Cedars of Lebanon
Hospital.
The "Courtesy Employee Award" (a S25 U.S. Savings Bond)
is presented by George Valentine, Chase Federal Savings
& Loan Association president, to Sylvia Mizrach, an em-
ployee of Gene Troop Foto Fair Inc., 9529 Harding Ave..
Surfside. Miss Mizrach was elected by having the best
showing in the balloting by Surfside customers who voted
her the most courteous employee in a contest sponsored by
the Town cf Surfside.
"It was eXaCtry like in a dream
. a man and a woman separated
; d finally somehow finding each
mm." .
That was how Rita Gluzman
i citedly explained how it felt
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Israel after the Soviet Union
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Mrs. Gluzman was in the United
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taking for the United Jewish
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> this country. Uvery audience she
addressed responded by contact-
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Whiie in Atlanta. Ga., she was
brought to the attention of Wyche
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Russia on a State Department
lour. While visiting in the Soviet
Ukraine, he mentioned the Gluz
mans to a "high Communist party
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leav e.
During her visit to the United
States Mrs. Gluzman also met
with U.N. Secretary General U.
Thant and U.S. Ambassador to the
United Nations George Bush, in
addition to other State Depart-
ment officials. Her visa to the
United States was s|x>nsored by
Congressman Jack Kent of New
York.
Mr. and Mrs. Gluzman plan to
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graduate studies in biology and \
she will continue her undergra-
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Friday. February 11, 1972
NATIONAL BEAUTY SALON WEEK SALUll
***&&
The Combo Cut, ar. American Hair Fashion
for Spring-Summer 1972 introduced by the
National Hairdressers and Cosmetologists
Association combines several lengths into
a tapered top layer with a soft length of
curl in the back. The look of the Combo is
bom free to go wun any of fashion's silhou-
ettes for spring. The Combo accents femin-
ine fashions with a bounce of gentle curl,
sometimes pulled back at the nape. For a
tailored sophistication, the shorter layer is
brushed behind the ear or pulled back in
a sculptured curl. Hair pulled to the crown
or accented with a hair piece creates eve-
ning elegance for after five.
Fashion To Court
'
Fashion is courting the Ameri-
can woman this year with an ele-
gant invitation to return to the
romance of "dressing up." With
glamorous evenings in the days
ahead, the official hair fashion
committee of the National Hair-
dressers and Cosmetologists As-
sociation, the hair fashion author-
ity of the beauty profession, pro-
vides a romantic trio of hairstyles
designed to crown in glory her
most glamorous ensembles.
"The Candlelight Collection"
was premiered during the National
Hair Fashion Show in New York
The versatile winter collection
provides an array for every fash-
ion mood and every festive occa-
sion.
With more end curl movement,
the collection has action, wear and
durability. When time is of the es-
sence, a wardrobe of hair goods
can produce the magic of fast
changes from one gala event to
another.
Curls framing the face are styled
for the mood of fashion, for the
occasion, and especially for the
individual.
Hair length on the neckline
ranges from zero to seven inches.
With the addition of hairpieces,
lengths may be adapted to suit
the individual's needs, and will
vary from three to seven inches.
Hair length in the crown will
range from approximately five to
11 inches.
A candlelight softness is re-
flected by shadowing the hairstyle
design with warmer tones of two
or more colors lighter shades
on dark hair, darker shades on
light hair.

The flattering glow of the can-
dle's gleam falls on a richness of
rare new shades in makeup this
season bright, clear, primary
colors accenting the cheeks, L-os
and eyes.
The touchable texture of the ro-
mantic styles requires some tender
loving care the gentle support
of a permanent wave profession-
ally engineered for the individual's
needs; a natural shampoo for all
scalps and hair types; a natural
rinse that soothes, stimulates and
moisturizes the hair; a setting lo-
tion with conditioner built in; and
a final hair spray that holds the
set without buiki-up.
Three basic styles are reflected
in the Candlelight Collection. The
"Candleglow Classic" has the deli-
cate air of a Dresden doll, a fragile
femininity created with wispy
spiral ringlets on the sides and
crown. In a variation of the style,
downward flowing wave move-
ments curl about, caressing the
face in a soft look that is pure
"classic." Yet another style ver-
sion is created by adding long
braids ending in thin, soft spiral
poufs. "Candleglow" is a bit coy,
a bit demure, and a lot of elegance.
"Candlelight Magic" is created
with imagination, flair and the ver-
satility of a quick change artist.
The basic style is soft and curly,
butterfly light and airy. A pomp-
adour created on the sides and
slightly cushioned, enhances the
facial features of the wearer. A
very small wiglet of airy, soft
curls added to the crown creates
another version.
National Beauty
Set By Hai
February 13-19 marks Che 22nd ity
celebration of National Beauty Sj.) set
Ion Week by more than 60,000 na- jze
tionwide members of the National; try
Hairdressers and Cosmetologists jCe
Association (NHCA).
IN
3
"Turn a Head with a New Hair
Style" curing the annual-observ.
ance and turn your attention to uj.
total beauty communication, a I -
stylists across the country "get in/ fn
"Fashion 1972." Icoi
In addition to hundreds of .'ash.
ion presentations, radio and tele- Pn
vision programs, queen contests, aa
parades and special events; NHCa tin
members will take -this, opportun- Pa
Head Will Ti
As NBSWActi
Heads will be turning next week
as cosmetologists throughout the
country celebrate the 22nd annuai
National Beauty Salon Week
(NBSW).
The week-long event, sponsored
by members of the National Hair-
dressers an? Cosmetologists Asso-
ciation (NHCA), focuses attention
on professional hair care through
the efforts and activities of state
and local NHCA groups across the
country.
Among the many NBSW activi-
1
AFFONS0 BEAUTY SALON
7418 Collins Avenue 866-9409
214 71st Street 866-1674
Miami Beach, Florida
ANNETTE'S BEAUTY SALON
Open Monday thru Saturday 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.
957 Palm Avenue, Hialeah, Florida-888-2248
ARY'S COIFFURES
(Formerly Saul's House of Beauty)
6644 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida
866-8524
BAY HARBOR HAIR STYLIST
1013 Kane Concourse, Bay Harbor Island, Florida
864-1936 865-9388
BEAUTY (BITER
1342 N.E. 163rd Street, North Miami Beach,
Florida 947-4309
BEAUTY HUNTERS
6619 West Flagler Street, Miami, Florida
Closed Monday Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
261-3021
BEAUTYRAMA
6821 N.W. 15th Avenue, Miami, Florida
691-9721
BETTIE JONES BEAUTY SALON
415 71st Street, Miami Beach, Florida
866-1227
BLANCA OF CORAL WAY
1755 S.W. Coral Way, Miami, Florida
856-1285
BRICKELL TOWN HOUSE COIFFURES
2451 Bricked Avenue, Miami, Florida
854-4506
CAME10T HALL BEAUTY SALON
10185 Collins Avenue, Bal Harbor, Florida
864-3376
CAMEO BEAUTY SALON
Personalized Service
8519 N.W. 22nd Ave., Miami, FU.-691-9773
CARMEN BEAUTY SHOP
1148 West 68th Street, Hialeah, Florida
821-4341 821-4321
CHARLES BEAUTY SALON
300 Ocean Drive, Key Biscayne, Fla.-361-1474
CHEBI BEAUTY SALON
6730 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, Fla -866-3656
CLIFF'S BEAUTY SALON
1688 Coral Way, Miami, Florida 856-0721
DADELAND COIFFURES
Complete Beauty Shop Service
7433 Dadeland Mall, Miami, Fla.-665-3501
DEAUVILLE BEAUTY SALON
6701 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, Fla.
865-8112
865-8511
ESTHER'S HAIR FASHIONS
20458 South Dixie Highway, Miami, Fla.
238-1803
EUROPE COIFFURES
Open Week Days Until 11 P.M
12525 N.E. 7th Ave., Miami, Fla.-891-5028
FL0RI0 R0SATI HAIR STYLISTS
3905 Alton Road, Miami Beach, Florida-532-6351
GERICK TWINS BEAUTY SALON
16051 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, Florida
(Room 121 Windward Motel) 947-5013
HERB'S BEAUTY SALON
"COMPLETE BEAUTY SERVICE"
14714 N.W. 7th Avenue
Miami, Florida 685-3261
HIG6S BEAUTY SALON
4520 N.W. 27th Avenue, Miami, Florida
635-9127 Sa Ion 696-9984-Home
HIRIA'S BEAUTY SALON
2316 S.W. 57th Avenue, Miami, Fla. -661-8710
JACQUES BEAUTY SALON
681 -Washington Avenue, Miami Beach, Fla.
631-6866
JAN'S CUTLER RIDGE BEAUTY SALON
10867 Caribbean Blvd., Miami, Florida-238-0161
KA-DEE BEAUTY SALON
1231 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida
672-9294
KAREL BEAUTY SALON
"Coiffures By Elsy" 261-8634
6269 S.W. 8th Street, Miami, Florida
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LA CARIDAD BEAUTY SALON
490 Fisherman, Opa Locka, Florida681-6035

LA PETITE HOUSE OF BEAUTY
17714 Homestead Ave. (Perrine) Miami, Florida
235-9958
>j .
L01Y BEAUTY SALON
The Best "High Styling" at Loly's Beauty Salon
6206 S.W. 8th Street, West Miami, Fla-665-9659
UIV SALON ...f |A5||
460 Biltmore Way, Coral Gables, Florida
4464686 446-8687 rtav-U
MARGARET'S BEAUTY SALON AH KAMI
13913 N.W. 67th Avenue, Hialeah. Florida
21-7602 ..--.-.-
MARTHA'S BEAUTY SALON
1327 S.W. 8th Street, Miami, Florida
373-1940
H. P. MATHIEU BEAUTY SALON
2310 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida
538-7331
- -
-
MAZELLE BEAUTY SALON
14251 N.W. 7th Avenue
North Miami, Florida 685-6960
MIRTA'S BEAUTY PARLOR
Moved To: 214 Andalusia Avenue, Cejral Gables
Florida 448-2223
MR. BERNARD INC.
1071 Kane Concourse, Bay Harbor Island, Florida
865-9901 -


riday, February 11, 1972
vJenlsli ncrldttan
Page 7-C
IIES WOMEN'S BEAUTY FEBRUARY 13-19
my Salon Week
Hairdressers
"&& ity to provide personal beauty
y Sa-H serves to the many institutional-
omen throughout the eoun-
is special community serv-
long been a tradition -cur-
National Beauty Salon Week
W).
Ona-' izedj
Jial! try. f
>m< ice
in tl
'She creative efforts of the more
^thari 1,100 affiliates participating
BSW programs across the
ry will be judged as part of
the knnual NBSW national awards
program. Winning entries will be
ced during the NHCA na-
convention, July 22-26 in
Springs, Calif.
I Turn Feb. 13
ictivities Begin
week
t the
nnuai
Week
isored
Hair-
Asso-
ntion
rough
state
M the
idivi-
tiet planned on the local level are
faAion shows, radio and television
programs, queen contests, parades,
special event promotions and vis-
its to various institutions to pro-
vide community services.
Ffccus of this year's program
will, he on creativity and origi-
nality with each state and affili-
ate eticouragei to "do their own
ItMtg" to make NBSW a special
program of personal involvement
for all members on the local level.
"
." ... ..-.
:
The Solo Cutfor ready-to-wear, drip-dry
and summer free, the only answer is a
professionally engineered permanent
wave, for today's professional perm gives
any woman the freedom to select the
amount of curl she wants to wear. An all-
one-length fashion, the Solo Cut comes in
"casual" or "curly," with plenty of looks
for today's casual fashions. All are finger-
lifting free with a super fashion look for
summer. The Solo Cut is an American Hair
Fashion for Spring-Summer 1972, intro-
duced by the National Hairdressers and
Cosmetologists Association.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Classic Beauty
Supplies, Inc.
5422 N.W. 7th Avenue
Miami, Florida
Phone 758-2631
Wholesale Discount
Cash and Carry
BEAU RIVACE
HOTEL
BEAUTY SALON
9555 Collins Avenue
Bal Harbor
Phone 864-8272
Under New management
FINEST HAIR STYLISTS
A PLEASURE TO SERVE YOU
FLORENCE
(formerly of the)
HARBOR HOUSE and
NEWPORT BEAUTY SALONS)
WILL BE HERE FOR
YOUR FROSTINGS
Take the guess work out of
reconditioning .
SCIENTIFIC
HAIR ANALYSIS
If your body is Unhealthy, you
go to a doctor who must con-
duct clinical tests to determine
the nature of the illness before
he can cure it.
Unhealthy, dry, brittle hair is
no different. Your hair is
analyzed with scientific instru-
ments such as the micoscope
and the microgram scale to
determine the protein struc-
ture, elasticity and tensile
strength. A detailed report
will be sent to you showing
the problems and corrective
measures necessary to restore
your hair to full health and
beauty.
MEN-WOMEN
STOP RUINING YOUR HAIR.
SEND HAIR SAMPLE WITH
CHECK OR MONEY ORDER
FOR $2.25 TODAY.
Hair sample must consist of
10 random hairs, minimum of
3 inches long, cut close to
scalp, and taped at one end.
TO: New Hair Concepts Co.
Box 547, Olympia Hgts.
Miami, Florida 33165

xtu Seventh _>^ri
eniu Jeveni
BEAUTY SCHOOL,
1102 S.W. 27th Av.
Miami, Florida
No Appointment Nc*sary
Phon.: 642-8280
1
MR. BILL'S HAIR STYLIST
1628 Michigan Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida
532-1646 531-9130
MISTER RICHARD SANZ SALON
HARBOR HOUSE SOUTH 10275 Collins Avenue
Bal Harbor, Florida -865-4909
MISTER RICHARD SANZ SALON
CARRIAGE HOUSE 5401 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach, Florida 866-4646
MOLINA'S BEAUTY SALON
143 N.E. 2nd Street, Miami, Florida- 373-2764
M0NNE' BEAUTY SALON
"Exclusive But Not Expensive"
337 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla.-538-4282
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NAVARR0 BEAUTY SALON
15 S.W. 17th Avenue, Miami, Florida
643-2477 643-2060
NEAL'S BEAUTY SHOP
1101 N.W. 62nd Street, Miami, Florida
751-9413
NEW IMAGE BEAUTY SALON
9701 N.-E. 2rtd Ave.
Miami Shores, Florida
"Open Tuesday thru Saturday" 759-3701


.
.
NIEVES BEAUTY SALON
1752 N.W. 7th Stre 8MmeiPh5jl4
1752 N.W. 7th Street, Miami, Florida-642-4816
PONCE De LEON BEAUTY SALON
1402 Ponce De Leon Blvd., Coral Gables, Florida
445-2631 445-2632
RHE0 RITA BEAUTY SALON
9726 N E. 2nd Avenue, Miami Shores, Florida
7581368 757-9341
RIVERA BEAUTY SALON
3665 N.W. 7th Street, Miami, Florida-649-2370
RIVIERA HAIR FASHIONS
'We Feature Trend Hair Styling"
1566 South Dixie Highway, Coral Gables, Florida
666-9502
ROSE BEAUTY SALON
640 N.W. 27th Avenue, Miami, Florida
642-5124
RUTH'S BEAUTY SALON
1193 71st Street, Miami Beach, Florida-866-8763
SALON De COIFFEUR
6113 S.W. 8th Street, Miami, Florida-264-0651
SAN S0UCI BEAUTY SALON
"Distinctive Individual Coiffures"
1786 San Souci Blvd., North Miami, Florida
759-0439
SERGIO'S BEAUTY SALON
836 South Miami Avenue, Miami, Florida
379-9655
THE SHAMROCK BEAUTY SALON
Complete Beauty Care 681-2490
14545 N.W. 27th Avenue, Opa Locka, Florida
STYLES BY JOAN BEAUTY SALON
Open 6 DaysHigh Styling
6745 S.W. 56th St., South Miami, Fla.-667-9016
CHARLES STONE BEAUTY SALON
9625 South Dixie Highway, Miami, Florida
665-4354
SUNSETS BEAUTY SALON
"Complete Beauty Care"8750 Sunset Drive
Miami, Florida 271-0311
TALK OF NORTH MIAMI BEACH
Robert and Staff 945-8121
16940 N.E. 19th Ave., North Miami Beach, Fla.
TESSY BEAUTY SALON
3473 West Flagler Street, Miami, Florida
649-4073
TINT-N-CURL BEAUTY SALON
18346 N.W. 7th Avenue, Miami, Fla.-624-3331
TOWN HOUSE OF THOMAS COIFFURES
& BOUTIQUE
2216 N.E. 123rd Street, North Miami, Florida
754-3552 754-3553
VIRGINIA'S BEAUTY SALON
"Complete Beauty Service" 893-0551
605 N.E. 127th Street, North Miami, Fla.
SUZANNE WETZEL BEAUTY SALON
AND COSMETICS
40 Belle Isle, Miami Beach, Florid a- 534-5115 1
BISCAYNE BEAUTY COLLEGE INC.
8000 Biscayne Blvd., Miami, Florida-759-1092
PAN AMERICAN BEAUTY SCHOOL INC
1720 S.W. 8th Street, Miami, Florida-643-1830 ]
SUNLIGHT BEAUTY SCHOOL
769 N.W. 54th Street, Miami, Florida-757-9148
WIGS BY LYLA
2174 Broad Causeway, North Miami, Florida
754-4053
ZAFARI COIFFURES INC
11838 S.W. 40th Street, Miami, Florida
223-0842
SUPPLIERS
Mc LESTER REPAIR SERVICE
15 S.W. 55th Ave., Road, Miami, Florida
661-4500
IMPERIAL BEAUTY & BARBER SUPPLY 1
6214 S.W. 8th Street, West Miami, Florida
666-8384 666-4991
MONACO BEAUTY SUPPLY
452 S.W. 8th Street, Miami, Florida-856-2394
UNIVERSAL BEAUTY SUPPLY COMPANY
2780 West Flagler Street, Miami, Florida
642-2775


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Friday, February 11, 1972
Law Enforcement Project A
Joint Effort Of MBPD, FIU
Happenings...
An Innovative taw nforcoment
project v.> [. |Mcia] training
i police officers for the 1972
Democratic National Convention
will begin at Miami Beach Mon-
. t is a Mnl effort
<: the Miami Beach Police Depart -
ment and Florida Internationa:
Univers ty.
of the i
ha- tx i aj since lasl
Novemh r, when the Miami P<
Depart under iho command
ol 'hi I Rock} re-
ceived to! S395 424 i pre-
pai '.: : for the July coi
tion, Tl H ant the firrl o its
kind N'o\. 5, 1971
1>\ the Law Enforcement A slst-
ance Administration ol the U.S. |
ji. parti i i ol Justl e
Th.- opening session will begin at
9 a.m. Monday, in the Cypress,
Room (if the Miami Beach Con-
vention Hall. Scheduled to speak
are Dr. Charles E. Perry, president
of Fieri 'a International University.
Chief Pomerance, ami other city
and county officials.
Prof. Wayne B. Hanewlcz, of
FIU'l Criminal Justice Program,
will direct the project. Hanewlcz,
Who holds a B.S. decree in police
administration and a M.S. degree
in criminal justice administration
from Michigan State University.
former!; lirected the criminal jus
tlce program at Montana State
University. Hi also si rved as plan-
ning director of Hie Southwestern
Wisconsin Regional Law Enforce
m< m Plannit Commission and
;i- research analyst for the Wis-
consin Council on Criminal Jus-
tlce.
Dr. James L. LeGrande is chair-
man ol the Criminal Justice Pro-
gram, which is a parl of the
School of Health and Social Serv-
ices at FIU, which will open for
approximately 5,000 students this
September, but lias been involved
in community service and off-
camdbs educational programs for
en t Ib year.
Before the estimated 15,000]
T>< mocrats and convention dele-
gates arrive in the summer, Prof. I
Hanewlcz working with Chief.
Pomerartce's coraman staff, which
provided law enforcement serv-
ices to th-' 1988 National Republi-
can Convi ntion at Miami Beach
will have trained the officers in
crowd psychology, philosophy of
dissent, and conflict management.
Regular weekly classes in be-
havior, legal and tactical training
will begin Saturday. Feb. 19, ,r
Miami .'Beach. Attending the 93
hours of classroom work will be
the 250-pi is.hi Miami Beach police
force, and key middle-management
officeie from various other Da
County Police Departments.
The classroom work will bo
hi Id each weekend i" three four-
hour sessions through Sunday.
June IS. as follows: Saturday, s there will be intensive i->st evalua-
a.'m. to rfOorT, and 4-8 p.m.; Sun- tion sessions, which w il include
day. 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. The stag- an e\aluation of the methodology
1 sessions will allow regular utilized and publication of appro-
police shifts to continue. priate mat. rial, according to Prof.
After the convention is over. Hanewlcz.
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Sol Dreschen Named |
To Head Blood Drive
Sol Drescher, Miami Beach civic '
and religious leader, has been
named to head the national Blood
Services expansion drive launched.
by the American Red Magen
David for Israel, the United States
support arm of Israel's official
Red Cross service.
Mr Drescher. formerly of Hew- '
lett Harbor. N.Y., will work in
Florida with Samuel Reinhard. ]
Florida state chairman, and other j
incal leaders to secure new leader- ,
I hip for the American Red Magen I
David.
Only last week, Mr. Reinhard
and his family announced contri- '
button of a $14,000 bloodmobile j
'o the people of Israel through the |
organization.
In making the announcement,
Benjamin Saxe, national execu-
tive director of the American Red
Vfagen David, lauded Drescher
Glenn Gottlieb
Award Recipient
Executive
Glenn Gottlieb
At a recent luncheon meeting.
Club of Miami
Beach present-
ed its annual
Award of Excel-
lence medal to ,
Glenn Z. Gott-
lieb. 14, who j
had been judged
the outstanding
Hebrew Acade-
my Student of ;
the Year.
Glenn, a ninth
grade honor stu-
dent at the I
Academy, also
received a U.S. Savings Bonds in
recognition of his high scholastic
achievements. A member of the ,
Student Council, Glenn also serves
CS capitaln of his school's soccer '
team. Ho won the Academy's
spelling award as a seventh grade
Student, and received the science'
iward and honorable mention in.
the i >ade Count.'. Science Fair.
t
The son of Mr. and Mrs. Milton
.1 Gottlieb cf North Miami Beach.
Glenn celebrated his Bar Mitzvah
Pi Young Israel Synagogue, where
he is a member of the youth
i group, in 1970.
for his efforts to date in helping
to expand the blood program dir-
ected by Magen David Adorn, Is-
rael's official Red Cross service.
"Possibly no single individual
ras played a role equal to Sol
Drescher'S in helping us tackle the
challenge provided by Israel's ur-
gent need for an expanded and
more sophisticated blood services
program," Mr. Saxe said. "I am
confident that his continued en-
thusiasm and leadership will en-
able us to forge ahead in tnis
area in 1972."
A member of the National i
Board of Directors of the Anwri- |
can Red Magen David for Israel. I
Mr. Drescher recently led a study
mission to Israel to learn more
about the young nation's blood
requirements from Magen David
Adorn officials.
Mr. Droscher's efforts will em-
phasize expansion and moderniza-
tion of facilities at the Colonel
David Marcus Blood and Fi
donation Center in Jaffa. Israel's
only fractlonation center.
In addition to running the Mar-
c us Center and a national blood
program. Magen David Adorn
operates Israel's only nationwide
ambulance and bloodmobile serv-
ice, maintains 7.'! underground shel-
ter clinics and first aid stations
throughout the country, conducts
lirst-aid training courses anil pro-
vides Israel with a second line of
defense in war and in peace.
Lorber Benefit At Deauville
Lorber Chapter of the Children's
Asthma Research Institute and
Hospital at Denver has taken ovei
a block of tickets at the Deauville
Theatre for the Feb. 19 Lena
Horne and Alan King Show the
March IS Stove Lawrence. Eydie
Gorme and Milton Berlo perform-
ance and the April 1 Tom Jones
Show. Mrs. Harry Robbins is in
Charge Of reservations.
Julin Prrte has been appoint-
ed engineering coordinator of
Precision Metal Products. Mr.
Prete. who has been with the
compam* ft"* (*!hl years-r^wa s
formerly chief draftsman, ac-
cording to Philip Tashman, pres-
ident of the company (manu-
facturers of mobile food service
equipment an.", waste compact-
* -fr ?
UMIiij I. Schaffer has been
appointed vice president in
charge of national and regional
sales Of YVKID-TV. Ch. 51. which
will return to the air in the
near future. Mr. Schaffer. a
resident of Miami who was for-
merly with Ch. 23. as manager
of the English department, has
held management and sales po-
sitions with several of the area's
radio and television stations Tur-
ing his 20 vears in broadcasting.
a it
James M. Keough. who was
named executive vice president
of Metropolitan Mortgage Co..
will head up the FHA-VA divi-
sion handling multi-dwelling
mortgage financing.
Flagler Insurance Agency,
headed by Don Kaplan, has been
awarded permanent insurance
on the 525 million Maison
Grande condominium develoi>ed
by Robert Siejrel at 5040 Collins
Ave., Miami Beach. The Maison
Grande, featuring luxury facili-
ties and 400 feel of beachfront.
was created by Sicgcl in conjunc-
<>n with or*?1 Mfllty. Rohert L.
Tiirehin was general contractor
and Meh/ln Oromwiwi, architect.
VV
fr "it
.luck I). Gordon, president of
Washington Federal Sayings &
Loan Association of Miami
Beach, has announced the pro-
motion of David Uuchwald to
vice president; Lillian Fried and
OswaJdo .Ionian to assistant vice
presidents; Sylvia tlallen and
Pearl Sheriff to assistant secre-
taries, and Joyce t'mano to as-
sistant treasurer. All of the indi-
viduals promoted are long-time
employees of the bank.
& ~> *r
Mrs. Carol I). Well. Dace
County Committeowoman. has
been name.: treasurer of Mayor
John Lindsay's campaign for
the presidency in Florida, ac-
cording to Ben. Eddie Gonjc.
Lindsay's State campaign man-
ager. Mrs. Weil, a member of
the board of directors of the
Florida Conference of Concern-
ed Democrats and a member of
Florida Women's Political Cau-
cus. Americans for Democratic
Action, and the "Another Moth-
er for Peace" organization, is
the wife of Joseph H. Well, city
attorney for North Bay Village.
Members of the American Red Magen David Study Mission
to Israel, led by Sol Drescher of Miami Beach, gather to in-
spect the facilities and equipment at the Colonel David
Marcus Blood Bank and Fractionation Center in Jaffa. From
left are Dr. Joseph Kott, founder and chairman of the Magen
David Adorn executive committee; Dr. Moshe Mani, chair-
man of the Magen David Adorn blood services; Mrs. Dora
Bar, president, Vera Weizmann Chapter, American Red
Magen David for Israel, and Mr. Drescher, newly appointed
chairman of the blood services expansion drive, American
Red Magen David for Israel.
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Friday, February 11, 1972
* Jewish Mcri'df/arjn
Page 9-C
This Week In History...
Chicken in Barbecue Sauce, a new poultry specialty con-
venience product, is being introduced nationally by Empire
Kosher Poultry, Inc., of Mifflin'own, Pa. The young, tender,
whole chicken, average weight, two and one-half to two
and three-quarter pounds, is fully cooked and ready to
serve. Each is vacuum-packed in a clear film wrapper, and
frozen. All Empire Kosher poultry is U.S. Government In-
spected and is Kosher under supervision of The Union of
Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America.
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Mizrachi Women's Meetings Planned
Florida Council's 12 chapter
presidents and the executive board
will meet with Mrs. Mollie Golub.
honorary national president who is
here from New York, at Council
headquarters, 420 Lincoln Rd..
suite 402. Monday at 10 a.m.
Miami Beach chapter president,
Mrs. Rachel Laul'er Katz, will be
honored at a chapter luncheon
meeting sponsored by Mrs. Betty
Falk at noon. Sunday. Feb. 20, in
the Ritz Plaza Hotel. 17th St, and
Collins Ave.
Mrs. Simon April, president of
Aviva Chapter, announces a Purim
party Wednesday, Feb. 23, at 1
p.m. in the home of Mrs. Tillie
Emmer, 100 SW 30th Rd.
Mrs. Hyman Kolko, president of
Hatikvah Chapter, announces a
regular meeting at 1 p.m. Thurs-
day, Feb. 17, at Kneseth Israel.
1415 Euclid Ave. Mrs. Morris Zcll-
ner. program chairman, will in-
traduce tee guest speaker. On
Thursday, Feb. 24, at Kiusetb Is-
rael, the chapter will have a noon
Purim card party with refresh-
ments and door prizes.
Hadar Chapter was to have a
coffee Thursday in the American
Savings Hank Auditorium, 1200
Lincoln Rd., in honor of the gol-
den wedding anniversary of Mr.
and Mrs. Herman L. Shaw. Mrs.
Shaw is president of the chapter.
"The Three Loves of Sarah," an
original skit, written and narrated
by Judy Kaminsky, and featuring
soprano, Sylvia (Sunny I Ross, will
lx' the entertainment.
(From ihi- fill's "f iiiv .TTA)
40 Year* Ajjo This Week: 198*
Fifteen Jews were seriously in-
jured in Wilna by anti-Semitic
students.
Many Jews were injured in
Bucharest as anti-Semites attack-
ed Jewish .students.
Felix M. Warburg was named
honorary chairman of the Ameri- j
can Joint Distribution Committee; ,
treasurer Paul Bacrwald became i
chairman.
"WASHINGTON Sweeping
aside all geographical eonsidera- '
tions which have figured promin-
ently in the last month. President
Hoover nominated Benjamin N.
Cardozo, Chief Justice of the New
York State Court of Appeals, to I
the Supreme Court of the U.S.
to fill the vacancy left by the
resignation of Justice Oliver Wen-
dell Holmes. Judge Cardozo's
ap|>ointmcnt places two Jews (the
other was Louis D. Brandeisl on
the bench of the highest court
in the land. The number of
recommendations for Judge Car-
tiozo'S appointment sent to the
White House were said to be un-
paralleled."
A non-Jewish Riga Deputy re-
commended Jews be excluded from
', German and Russian schools in
| Latvia and limited to Hebrew.
Yiddish or Latvian schools.
10 Years Ago This Week: 1962
"Israel is witnessing an immi-
| gration explosion," said Gen. Haim
. Hcrzog, former Israeli intelligence
I chief.
i___________^___________________
Methodone Clinic Benefit
An old-fashioned barbecue was
| to be held at 7:30 p.m. Thursday
in the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. L.
Dressel, Jr., 3417 Alhambra Circle,
Coral Gables, to benefit Dr. Ben
Sheppard"s Si. Luke's Mcthadonc
Clinic. The affair is being spon-
sored by th? Women's Auxiliary
of St. Luke's, which was forme !
j to help raise funds, obtain goods
I and materials for the kitchen and '
I clinic, and provide clerical and
| nurse volunteers, according to
.Mrs. R. B. Moorman,, chairman.
Mrs. R. E. Olivers and Mrs. Eu-
gene McNally are in charge of i
tickets and reservations.
Six thousand Israeli engineers.
chemists, architects and agrono-
mists ended a month-long wage
suike.
President Max Brcssler of (he
Zionist Organization of America
denied that "underlying (he anti-
Jewish discrimination in Russia
is governmental anti-Semitism."
Mayor Robert F. Wagner re-
signed from the New York Athle-
tic Club following charges, rlenied
by the club, that it was anti-
Jewish and anti-Negro,
Only week after denying an im-
pending devaluation, Israeli Fin-
ance Minister Levi Kshkol said
the 1-8-per dollar |M>und would go
to three |>er dollar. The Manufac-
turers Assn. said devaluation was
beneficial only with a "total
fiee/.e" of wages and costs.
Six ex-Nazis were arrested in
'West Berlin on charges of mur-
dering 11.000 Jews in two months.
Four Wilna Jews were sentenced
I to death by tiring squad and four
I others to 1-10 years on conviction
)i "currency speculation."
The United States granted Is-
' rael $10 million in economic aid
land sold Egypt S39.6 million in
j surplus commodities.
Chancellor Konrad Adenauer
' reportedly backed the recom-
mendation of Gustav Sonnenhol.
economist and former SS leader,
i for Development Secretary.
Israel's ifMil exports totaled
$240 million, up 12f; over 19K0
I and 114', over 19.V1.
i
More I ban. 100 Chicagoans con-
verted to Judaism in 1961. mainly
! following intermarriage.
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Friday, February 11, 1972
Obituaries
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
ALPERSTEIN, Max, 76. 3801 Collins
Avf., MB. Blasberg.
BENDER, Reyla, 70. 8330 Crespi Blvd..
MH Riverside.
BROOIE, Leopold S.. 74, of N.M.B.
Riverside.
COHEN, Max. 77. S511 Collins Ave..
Surfside. Newman.
KOTLER, Nathan. 58. 120 Royal Palm
Rd.. Hialeah Gardens. Kiverside.
LEADER, Ada. 71. 146" N.E. 169lh
St.. N.M.B. Blasberg.
NATHAN, Joseph, t>7. of M.B, River-
side. Interment Ml. Sinai.
ROSENFELD, Sam. 78. 713 Collins
Ave., M.B. Kiversiae. Interment
Ml Nebo.
SHESKIN, Abraham. 7i. 950 Byron
Ave M.B Blasherg.
COHEN, David. 64. 615 5th St.. M.B.
HEINES, Louis, 72. 2i51 S.W. 23rd
St Gordon. Interment ML Nebo.
KAHN. Sallo. 80. of Bay Harbor
Islands. _
RICHELSON, Joel Alan. 21. 3o0 South
Shore Dr. Newman. Interment Ml.
Nebo.
SHAPIRO, Jacob. 73. of N M.B.
Riverside. _
WIESELBERG, Pauline, 83. of MB.
Riverside
BECKER. Frances. 76. of M.B.
Riverside.
BLEIER. Malvlna. 73. MM Tatum
Waterway Dr.. M.B.
.FINCK. Phoebe, i*. *! N E. 124lh
St., North Miami. Newman.
GREENBERG. Edward. lO0 S.
Treasure Dr., North Bay Village.
Blasberg. _
PRESSMAN. Myar. 7'. :'225 Collins
Ave.. MB. Riverside.
RESNICK. Bella. M, ISM1 Collins
Ave. N.M 11 Newman.
RITTER. Helen. 69. 270 N.E. 191st
St.. N M.B. Riverside.
ftCHWARZBERG, Abraham, of M.B.
Riverside
SHAPIRO. Joseph. 76. 168" N.E. 191st
St.. N.M.B. Riverside.
STERN. Maurice. 92. of N MB.
Levitt. Interment Ml Nebo
BOOTH, Samuel. 77. 1700" N.E 14th
Ave.. N.M.B. Riverside.
CARROLL. Stanley H 73. of M.B.
Riverside.
GERWITT. Alfred. 70, 1521 Lenox
Ave. Blasberg.
GOLDSTEIN, Florence Bessie, 73. of
MB. Riverside.
GROSS. David M.. of \V. Palm Beach.
Riverside. Interment Mt. Nebo.
HARRISON, Ben. 78. ,lj:, Collins
Ave.. M.B. Riverside.
HENSHER, Morris, 83. 700 Euclid
Ave.. M.B. Riverside.
ISAACSON, Samuel. 77. 2851 Leonard
Dr.. N.M.B. Blasberg.
LEVY, Jennie, 88. 320 Collins Ave.,
M.B. Riverside.
MOROKNEK. Manes. 80, 260 Ocean
Dr., M.B. Newman.
SELIGMAN, bay, 69. 260 Euclid
Ave., M.B. Newman.
VICTOR. Victor A., 75. of MB.
Riverside. Interment Star of
David.
WELT, Pearl, 75. of M.B. Riverside.
Interment Star of David.
HART, Ethel, 71. 543 Menender Ave.,
Coral Gables. Gordon. Interment
Mt. Sinai.
KOPEL. Bernard. 66, 1535 Pennsyl-
vania Ave.. M.B. Blasberg.
NEWMAN, David, 61. 9301 Byron
Ave.. M.B.
PARKER, Joseph. 53. 1800 James
Ave., M.B. Newman.
PASTERNAK, Edward I 73. 2213
Keystone Blvd.. North Miami.
Riverside.
ROSENBAND, Solomon, 56. 2820 S.W.
13th St. Riverside. Interment Mt.
Nebo.
ADLER, Irwin, 71. 6301 Collins Ave.,
MB Gordon.
BORENSTEIN, Joseph. 76. 835 Col-
lins Ave.. M.B. Blasberg.
GOLDWASSER, Irving. 74. 1201 Col-
lins Ave., M.B. Gordon.
GRAY, Irving M.. 66. of N.M.B.
Riverside. Interment Mt. Nebo.
GREENBERG, Toby. 38. of N.M B.
JOFFE, Morris, 81. 80O0 Harding
Ave.. M.B. Blasberg.
LEITER, Michael. 62. of M.B.
Riverside.
PALLOT. Ix>uls E.. 76, of MB.
Riverside. Interment Mt. Nebo.
RAIKEN. Mamie, 83, 1100 West Ave.,
MB Gordon.
SCHOLL. Benjamin C. 64. of North
Bay Village. Riverside.
TALLES. Jacob, 67.2321 S.W. 19th
St. Gordon. Interment Mt. Nebo.
WHEYE, Jackson C, 78. of M.B.
Blasherg.
ZIMMERMAN. Arthur. 77, 9601 Col-
lins Ave.. M.B. Blasberg.
BACHER, Michael, 73. 1S39 James
Ave.. MB Riverside.
BIRNBAUM. Joseph lf 85. of M.B.
Riverside.
GRUBER, Herbert. 65. 1042 Michigan
Ave.. MB. Riverside.
KAHN. Esther. 300 Bayview Dr..
N MB. Blasberg. Interment ML
Nebo.
LUFT. Flora C. of Bay Harbor.
Blasberg.
MOHEL, Mae, 51, of Hialeah. River-
side. Interment Mt. Sinai.
SHERKIN. Joseph. 82, 1545 Collins
Ave., M.B. Newman.
SILBERFARB, Bertha, 85. 1515 Pa-
lancia Ave.. Coral Gables. River-
side.
ADLER, Rudy. 90. 2034 Alton Rd..
M.B. Gordon. Interment Mt. Nebo.
EDELSTEIN, Joseph. 76. 3801 Col-
lins Ave.. M.B. Blasberg.
GOLDSTEIN, Alexander, 72. 1975
Calais Dr.. M.B.
HELLER. Abraham. 72. 6969 Collins
Ave.. M.B. Blasberg.
KLEIN, Morris, 61. 610 Jefferson Ave.
M.B. Newman.
SALINGER, Rose, 79, 2469 Collins Ave.
M.B. Blasberg.
The genuine outpouring of love and comfort
* from both sides of the ocean
upon the death of our beloved daughter
BONNIE
has helped us through a most difficult period.
ht We are most grateful.
ROZ and GERRY SOLTZ
AND FAMILY
150 Rehov Hanasi
Herzlia Pituach, Israel
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 72-613
AMENDED NOTICE OF
SUIT TO QUIET TITLE
M. ALLEXE LEWIS.
Plaintiff,
vs.
ANNA PURDOM. THE ESTATE OF
THOMAS EUGENE PURDOM.
WALTER L PURDOM. ANNA
MARIE PURDOM. DORIS JUNE
KELLY. JOSEPHINE FRED
LAWSON. THE ESTATE OF SUE
F. LITTLE. NANCY MUX SOX.
MRS. FRED (PATSY) RIXE, MR.
WALLACE LITTLE. MRS. SUE
BELLA GARFARACINO, MARY
PURDOM SEYMOUR. NANCY
WILLARD PURDOM BEARD, and
any known or unknown party who
may claim as survivor, heir, devisee,
grantee, assignee, llenor. creditor,
trustee, or any other claimant by,
through under or against any of the
aforementioned defendants, and all
parties having or claiming to have
any right, title or interest in the
following described property, situate,
lying and being in Dade County.
Florida, to-wit: Lot 9. less the South
84 feet and less the North 7.5 feet.
Bl. ck 44. Idlewlld Park, Plat Book 2,
Page 87. of the Public Records of
Dade County. Florida,
Defendants,
IN THE NAME OF
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO THE DEFENDANTS:
ANNA PURDOM. ESTATE OF
THOMAS EUGENE PURDOM. WAL-
TER L PURDOM, ANNA MARIE
PURDOM, DORIS JUNE KELLY',
MRS. JOSEPHINE LAWSON. ES-
TATE OF SUE F. LITTLE. NANCY
MUNSON. MRS PATSY RIXE, MR.
WALLACE LITTLE, MRS. SUE
BELLA GARFARACINO, MARY
PURDOM SEYMOUR. NANCY WIL-
I.ARD PURDOM BEARD, if alive, nr
If dead to his nr her unknown heirs,
devisees, legatees or grantees, and all
other persons or parties claiming by.
through or under or against them;
And to all:
Parties or persons having or claim-
ing any right, title or Interest in and
to the following described property
situated In Dade County, Florida.
Lot 9, Less the South 84 feet and
less the North 7.5 feet thereof for
street. In Block 44, IDLEWILD
PARK, according to the Plat
thereof, recorded In Plat Book 2,
at Page 87. of the Public Records
of Dade County. Florida.
Y'ou. and each of you, are notified
that 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
complaint on plaintiff's attorney,
BERNARD L. JAFFE, 19 West Ftag-
ler Street. Suite 420 Biscayne Build-
ing. Miami. Florida 33130. and file the
original In the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court, on or before March
3. 1972: otherwise the allegations of
the complaint will be taken as con-
fessed.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four (4) consecutive
weeks In THE JEWISH FLORTD1AN:
dated this 20 day of January, 1972.
E B. LEATHERMAX
Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By: C. P. COPELAND
Deputy Clerk
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
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COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-336
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
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GAIL PENNY' BURKE, Petitioner,
and
JERRY BURKE, Respondent,
TO: JERRY BURKE
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Rego Park. New York
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riage has been filed against yon and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If anv, to It
on IRVING E DUNN, attorney for
Petitioner, whose address Is 416 Bis-
cayne Building. Miami. Florida 3.V30.
and file the original with the clerk
of the above styled court on or be-
fore March 3rd, 197J: otherwise a de-
fault will lie 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 FLORIPIAN
WITNE88 my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami, Florida on this
21 day of January*. 1972.
E. B LEATHERMAX.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade Counlv. Florida
By C. L. ALEXANDER
As Denuty Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
DUNN and JOHNSON, P.A.
416 Rlsrayne Building
Attorney for Petitioner
1 (8 2 4-11-18
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 723
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
OLIVIA M. WII.KINS
Deceit1-, '1
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
'1.....state of olivia M. wn.KiNs
deceased late of Dade County. Florida.
to the County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same in 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 18
day of January, A.D. 1972.
EDWARD T. BROWNE
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
the 21 day of January, 1972.
ABBOTT, FRUMKES &
ALHADEFF
(Jack A. Abbott)
Attorney for Executor
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida 538-0494
1/21-28 2/4-11
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-5645
(FRANK B. DOWLING)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In R8: Estate of
HARRY KING
Deceased. __
To All Creditors and All Persons Hay-
ing Claims or Demands Against ham
Y'ou are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of HARRY KING 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 publication hereof,
or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 21
day of Jan. A.D. 1972.
HELEN KING
As Administratrix
First publication of this notice on
the 28 day of January, 1972.
JOSEPH SCHMIER
Attorney for Executor
605 Lincoln Road.
Miami Beach. Fla.
1/28 2/4-11-18
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-4559
(PRIMM)
NOTICE OF PROBATE
In RE: Estate of
DOROTHY BAUER a/k/a
DOROTHY BAUER COHN,
Deceased.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO ALL PERSONS IXTERKSTED 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 dece-
dent has been admitted to probate In
said Court. Y'ou 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 un-
revoked.
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
County Judge
By: LOIS F. PASTORFIELD
Clerk
DAVID S. KUMBLE
Attorney For Executor
350 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
Tel 531-1241
C. J. Seal
First publication of this notice on
the 28 day of January, 1972.
1/28 2/4-11-18
LEGAL NOTKf
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY' GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
O. & M. HARDWARE at 18317 N.W.
42nd Avenue, Miami intend to regis-
ter said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
ARMANDO GIL
ANGEL F. MERINO
_ 1/28 Z/J-U-iS
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY' GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
SOUTHWEST MANOR at 1205 Lin-
coln Road, Miami Beach. Fla. intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
HORACE ZEMEL
SAMUEL B. ZEMEL
FREDA ROMANOFF, Trustees
SYLVAN ZEMEL
SHIRLEY Z. KAUFMAN
NATHAN ZEMEL. Trusteee
SYLVIA ZEMEL
NATHANIEL M. ZEMEL
EDWARD S. ZEMEL
MORTON B. ZEMEL
Attorney for applicants
1875 N.E 163rd Street
North Miami Beach. Fla.
1/28 2/4-11-18
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
JOY'ERIA SELECCIONES, at 139 N.E
1st St. (Room 4261, Dade Common-
wealth Building, Miami. Fla.. 33132 In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florlda.
Joyeria Seleccionea (Jewelry)
Alejandro J. Ortix. (Co-owner)
Aga Ortls. (Co-owner)
1/28 2/4-11-18
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
! CIPES REAL ESTATE at 1075 95th
Street. Bay Harbor Islands, Fla. In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
BRET CIPES
1/28 2/4-11-18
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
COMPOSITION BY TERRY at 8310
S.W. 27th Lane, Miami. Fla. intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
TERRY' SOLOMON
1/21-28 2/4-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of PINE INN BAR at 5912 N.E. 2nd
Avenue, Miami, Fla. Intends to re-
gister said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
WILLIAM E. WILHIDE
Miriam Beckerman
Attorney for applicant
1895 S.W 3rd Avenue
Miami, Fla
1/28 2/4-11-18
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 72-212
JOHN R. BLANTON
In RE: Estate of
SOPHIA HERSHEY
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate of SOPHIA HERSHEY deceased
late of Dade County, Florida, to the
County Judges of Had,. County, and
file the same in duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section 783.16, Florid;, Btat-
utes, In their offices in the County
Courthouse In Hade County. Florida.
within six calendar months from the
lime of the first publication hereof
or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, ihls l!Uh
day of Januarv, A.II li'TL'
KENNETH I HBRSHET
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
the 28th day of January, 1 :i7 *
LOUIS GII.I.MAX
Attorney for Hstate
920 Ingraham BIdg.
1/2S 2/4-11-18
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-5586
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
In RE: Estate of
ROBERT E, AMES, JR.
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate of ROBBHT K. AMES. JR. de-
ceased late of Dade Countv, Florida
to the County Judges of Dade County!
and file the same in duplicate and as
provided in Section 733 16. Florida
Statutes, in their offices In the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade Countv, Flo-
rida, within six calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will be barred
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 19th
day of January, A.D. 1972.
ROSE MARY AMES
As Administratrix
First publication of this notice on
the 28th dav of January, 1972.
GROVER WEINSTEIX
A 8TAUBER. P.A.
Attorney for Administratrix
350 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
1/28 2/4-11-U
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
IX RE: THE MARRIAGE OF:
CHARLES ROBERT GORDOX,
Husband
and
VIOLET MARIA GORDOX,
Wife Tfc
TO: VIOLET MARIA GORDON
59 Xeptune Drive Xo. 205
Toronto 19, Ontario, Canada
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage lias 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 101 X.W.
12th Avenue, Miami. Florida 33130.
and file the original with the clerk of
the above styled court on or before
Feb. 25. 1972: 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 FLORIDIAX.
WITXESS my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami, Florida on
this 17 day of Jan.. 1972.
E. B LEATHERMAX,
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By: R. M KISSEE
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
David E. Stone
STONE & SOSTCHIN
101 N.W. I2th Ave.
Miami. Florida
Attorney for Petitioner
1 '21-28 2/4-11
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO. 72-1094
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF:
RUSSELL SANDERS,
Husband,
and
BETTY LOTJ SANDERS,
Wife.
TOO BETTY LOU SANDERS, resi-
dence unknown. ARE HEREBY NO-
TIFIED to file your written defense
to this divorce with the Court's Clerk
and serve a copy upon Plaintiff's At-
torneys. VON ZAMFT & SMITH, 1519
Capita] Hank Itldg Miami. Florida
on or before the 23 dav of Feb., 1972.
else the Complaint will be taken as
confessed
dated Jan is. 197S.
E B. LEATHERMAX, CIJJRK
BY. It. M KISSEE
Deputy Cl.rk
(Circuit Court Seal!
1/21-28 2/4-11
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO. 72-1609
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: The Marriage of
CARMEN MOORE, wife and
MAURIcio GOODWIN MOORE.
husband
TO: MAURICIO GOODWIN MOORE
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY notified that
a Petition for Dissolution of Marriage
has been tiled against you and you are
hereby required to serve a copy of
your answer or other pleading to the
Petition on the wife's attorney,
LESTER ROGERS, whose address is
1454 N.W. 17th Avenue. Miami, Flo-
rida 33125 and file the original with
the Clerk of the above styled Court,
on or before the 3rd DAY of March
1972. or a Default will be entered
against you.
DATED this 24th day of January.
E B. LBATHERMAN
Clerk Circuit Court
BY X. A HEWETT
(Circuit Court Seal)
1/28 2/4-11-11

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Friday, February 11, 1972
Jewlsti fhrHlairt
Page 11-C
Phi Sigma Sigma
The Miami Alumnae Chapter
of Phi Sigma Sigma was to meet
t the home of Mrs. Victor Reiler,
J275 Mariola Ct., Coral Gables, on
Thursday at 8 p.m. Following the
business portion of the meeting.
Mrs. Barbara Zohlman was to
trach various handcrafts for per-
sonal use and gift-giving.
BBW Mini Luncheon Set
Mrs. Esther Meyer, president of
the B'nai B'rith Women Chaptei
519. announces plans for a mini
.luncheon to take place Tuesday
noon in the Algiers Hotei.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE) IS HE11KHV GIVEN' that
h<- undersigned, desiring '" encase
n business under the fictitious name
f A UNA KEAI.TY at 726 41st Street,
Hiami Beach. Florida Intends to rc-
ister said name with the Clerk of
She Circuit Court of Dade County,
ojorlda.
JOHN E. VODICKA
2/11-18-2.r> 3/3

LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
n business under the fictitious name
bf GARY LEASING COUP, d/h/a
AUK VAN" LINES at 213G N.\V. 24th
Avenue, Miami. Kla. intends to re-
Rater said name with the Clerk of
lie Circuit Court of Dade County,
C.U1V LEASING COKP.
a Florida corporation
2 1I-1S-25 3/3
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
fh business under the fictitious name
of ABC .MOVING & STORAGE CO.
at 2136 N.W. 24th Avenue. Miami, Fla.
intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
PAUL D. BERLIN
2/ll-lR-2.r. 3/3
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 72-87
(BLANTON)
In RH: Estate of
JACOB FRIE1>LAND
I >e, ased.
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED
L\ 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-
edent has been admitted to probate
n said Court. You are hereby com-
nded within lx calendar months
_m the date of the first publlca-
lon of thin notice to appear In said
jrt and show cause, if any you
__, why the action of said Court in
dmiiiiiig said will to probate should
ot stand unrevoked.
First publication of this notice on
toe 4 dav of February. 1972.
JOHN If. BLANTON
County Judge
By CORNELL ROBINSON
Clerk
NELSON & FEIJMIAN
Attorneys for Executrix
-1135 Kane Concourse
Bay Harbor Islands. Florida
Tele: SU5-5716
C. J. SEAL .
_______2/4-11-18-25
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 72-408
(ARTHUR W. PRIMM)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
. RE: F.state of
N.\ A ELIZABETH PLUMMER
Deceased.
3 All Creditors and Ail Perseus Hav-
.g Claims or Demands Against Bald
Ktate:
You are hereby notified and re-
trcd to present any claims and de-
amis which you may have against
e estate ol ANNA ELIZABETH
SUMMER deceased late "( Dade
nty. Florida, to the County Judges
Dade County, and file the same in
licate and as provided In Bectlon
.10, Florida Statutes, in their of-
es In the County Courthouse in
County, Florida, within six cal-
dar months from the time of the i
t publication hereof, or the same
Will b.< barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 28
day ol January. A I). 1!>72.
JAMES A. PI.FMMER, SR
As Executor
Irst publication of this notice on
4th day of February, 1972.
""BERT 7. MARVIN
irney for Executor
N W. 72 Avenue
Florida 33126
2/4-11-18-25
Alumnae Meeting
Three memneuB of the leva'
ilumnae serving on the National
Board will attend a national metc-
mp; in New York City this week-
end. They are Mrs. Robert Rosen,
Mrs. Victor Reiter and AJrs.
Joseph Klein.
The newly elected president of
the University of Miami collegiate
chapter is Miss Leslie Silversteip.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722Acts of 1941
File No 71-A-937
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Nathaniel w. Sb-gei holder of Counts
Tax Sale Certificate No. 1934 issued
the 29lh day of May, AD. IMS, has
filed same in my office, and has made
application for a tax deed to be issueil
thereon. Said Certificate embraces the
following described property in the
County of Dade, State of Florida, to-
wit:
Ix>t :> Blk inn Mary Brickells Addn.,
Pint Book B Pago 113, in the Coun-
ty of Dade. State of Florida.
This deed will be issued subject to
all other outstanding delinquent City
of Miami taxes and Hens and 1971
County taxes and City of Miami taxes
and liens
The assessment of said property un-
der the said certificate was in the
name of: Government of Dominican
Republic.
Unless said certificate shall be re-
deemed according to law, the prop-
erty described herein will be sold to
the highest bidder for cash at the
Courthouse door on the first Monday
in the month of March, 1972, which is
the 6th day of March, 1972.
E. B. LEATHEILMAN
Clerk of Circuit Court.
Dade Cnuntv. Florida.
By P. F. Ouldstrand, DC.
Circuit Court Seal
2/4-11-18-25
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-5678
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
III RE: Estate of
MOLL? TASLITT
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 MOLLY TASLITT de-
eeased late of Dade County. Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade Coun-
ty, and file the same In duplicate and
as provided in Section 733.16. Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse fn Dade County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 19
day of January, a.d. 1972.
RAE BATINKOFF
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the 4th day of February. 1972.
ARONOWITZ. SILVER & BOOTH
By: Max R. Silver
Attorney for Petitioner
908 Ainsley Building
2/4-11-18-25
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 72-199
(ARTHUR W. PRIMM)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
ANNE ABRAMS
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 ANNE ABRAMS de-
ceased late of Dade County. Florida.
to the County Judges of Had.- Coun-
ty, and file the same in duplicate and
as provided in Section 733.10. Florida
Statutes, In their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County. Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of or the same will tie barred.
Hated at Miami, Florida, this 1-
day of January. A D 1972,
AARON KAETZ
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
the 4th daj of February. 1972.
KWITNEY KROOP
Attorneys for Estate
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Fla.
2/4-11-18-25
y
r
HE CIVIL COURT OF RECORD
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 72-637 (Earnett)
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
ERA I. MOTORS
IPTANCE CORPORATION,
ntlff,
vs
EL SIDAN,
endant
ANUEL SIDAN
sidenee I'nknown
ABE HEREBY' NOTIFIED
suit of replevin has been filed
t you and that you are re-
to file an Answer or other
Ing with the Clerk of this Court
to serve a copy on GERALD
RMAN. Attorney for Plaintiff,
berts Building, Miami, Florida
on or before the 29 day of
1972, or a Judgment by
may be entered against you.
E and ORDERED In Miami.
'ounty, Florida this 26 day of
1972.
J. F. McCRACKEN
lerk, Civil Court of Record
Dade County Courthouse
Iiami. Florida 33130
y: R. E. RANDLES
Deputy Clerk
1/28 2/4-11-18
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. 72-2565
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
MARGARET WASHINGTON. Wife
and
THOMAS WASHINGTON, Husband
TO: THOMAS WASHINGTON
(Residence Unknown)
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a*n action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if anv, to It on
DAVID E. STONE, attorney for Pe-
titioner, whose address is 101 N.W.
12th Avenue, Miami, Florida, and file
the original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
March 17th. 1972: otherwise a de-
fault will be entered against you for
the relief demanded in the complaint
or netttlon.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court nt Miami. Florida on
this 4th day of February, 1972.
E R I.EATHERMAN.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
By: N. A. HEWETT
As Denuty Clerk
DAVID E. STONE
STONE & SOSTCHIN
101 N.W. 12th Avenue
Miami, Florida 33130358-4222
Attorney for Petitioner
2/ll-18-2.r. 3/3
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
PETITION FOR ADOPTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDIICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 72-1862
In the Matter of:
Adoption of minor children
by Stepfather,
I 1IAKI.ES LEONARD WRIGHT.
Petitioner,
TO: HENRY WALTER LEDLEY
Residence I'nknown
Address unknow II
Adoption of your minor children has
been filed against you. and you are
required to serve a copy of your An-
swer or Pleading to the Petition for
Adoption on the petitioner's attorney,
ROBERT It. BURNS, ESQUIRE. 860
Lincoln Rd. Miami Beach, Florida
and file the original answer or
Pleading In :he office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court on or before the 8
day of March, 1972: If you fail to do
so, judgment l.y default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Petition for Adoption.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Dade County, Florida this 27 da) of
January, 1972.
E. U. LEATIIER.MAN
Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
by: L. SNEEDEN
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
ROBERT H. BURNS
350 Lincoln Road. Suite 214
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
Attorney for Plaintiff
2/4-11-18-28
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL N0TKI
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722Acti of 1941
File No 71-A-967
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
Nathaniel w. Blegel holder of Coun-
ty Tax Sale Certificate No. 'i'\ is-
sued the 29th day of May. A.D. 1969,
has filed same in my office, ami has
made application for a tax deed to be
i.-sued tiiei-.-on. Said Certificate em-
braces the following described prop-
erty in tile County of Dade, Stale of
Florida, lo-wil:
Lots 14 & 1." 151k 1. Highridge
Park., i'lat Hook 17 Page .". in Abe,.,
CoUtlty of Dade, Stale of "Florida.
The assessment of said property un-
der the said certificate was in the
name of: Aquasag Investors Inc.
Unless said certificate shall be re-
deemed according to law, the prop-
erty described herein will be sold to
the highest bidder for cash at the
Courthouse door on the first Monday
ill the month of March, 1972, which is
the 8th day of March, 1972.
Dated this :ilst day of January,
1972.
E. II. I.EATHERMAN
Clerk of Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida.
By P. F. Ouldstrand, D.C,
Circuit Court Seal
2^4-11-18-25
-A
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
DADE, FLORIDA.
CASE NO. 72-2103
NOTICE TO DEFEND.
IN RE: The Marriage of Maria.
Josefa Rodriguez, Wife,
And, Jose Maria
Rodriguez, Husband.
YOU, Jose Maria Itodriguez, Car-
ritera Central. Kilometro 3 Oeste.
Camaguey, Cuba, are required to file
an Answer to the Petition For Mar-
riage Dissolution with the Clerk of
this Court, and serve copy thereof
upon J. C. I.ausscl. 1770 (4) W. Flag-
ler, Miami. Florida, your wife's law-
yer, not later than March 10, 1972.
otherwise a Default win be entered
against you. DATED: 31 January.
i972.
E. B. I.EATHERMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court.
By: R.M. KISSEE, Deputy Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal)
________________________2/4-11-18-25
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 72-448
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
HYMAN GUKSMAN
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 a'nd de-
mands Which you may have against
the estate of HY.MAN GUKSMAN de-
censed late of Dade County. Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same in duplicate and as
provided In Section 733.Hi, Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County, Flor-
ida within six calendar months from
the time of the first publication
hereof, or the same will be barred.
Dated at .Miami. Florida, this 25
day of January. A.D. 1972.
SHELDON II. PAL-LEY
1497 N.W. 7 Street
Miami. Fla.
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
the 4th day of February, 1972.
SHELDON It PALLET
Attorney for Executor
1497 N.W. 7 Street
__________________ 2/4-11-18-25
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of PETE'S INSTALLATIONS .it 121
N.W. 183rd Terr., Miami. Fla. Intends
to register said name wilti the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
PETER A. RAPONE
________________________2/4-11-1H 26
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious names
of BANNER FLAG CO., BAKER
FLAG co, MARY BAKER FLAG
CO. at 1700 N. w. ISth Street,
Miami, Fla. 33125 Intends to register
said names with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Datle County, Florida.
B. ME1RON, Side Owner
_____________^_ 2/11-18-25 3/2
PRELIMINARY CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722Acts of 1941
File No 71-A-965
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
Nathaniel \\ Siegel holder of Coun-
ty Tax Sale Certificate No. 0324 is-
sued the 29th day or May. A.D. 19119.
lias filed same in my office, and has
made application for a tax deed to be
Issued thereon, Said Certificate em-
braces the following described prop-
erty in the County of Dade, State of
Florida, to-wlt:
Lot 9 Blk I. Gorray Park.. Plat
Book 12 Page 3" ill the County of
Dade, Stale of Florida.
The assessment of said property
under the said certificate was in the
name of: Napoleon Stanley & W/
Dorene.
Unless said certificate shall be re-
deemed according to law, the prop-
erty described herein will be sold to
the highest bidder for cash at the
Courthouse door on the first Monday
in the month of March. 1972. which
Is the 8th day of March, 1972.
Dated this 31st day of January.
1972.
i:. I! I.EATHERMAN
Clerk of Circuit Court.
1 lade County, Florida.
By P. F. Ouldstrand, D.C,
Cln uit Court seal
2/4-11-18-2.-.
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA 1
NO. 72-1223
NOTICE OF ACTION
ROBERT MORRISON
Plaintiff, _j
DONALD NEIHOFF
and SHIRLEY R. UARRI8
! formerly known as
I SHIRLEY NEIHOFF ,
Defendants "J
To: DONALD NEIHOFF
Resilience unknown
YOU AJU-; NOTIFIED.. TlIAjr .1 .
action has been filed against yo I
for recovery and 01 oilier rellel f
sums lawfully due plaintiff, and you
are required to serve a copy of you
written defenses on plaintiffs utto--
ney. RICHARD KANNER. HBO N.W.
14th Street, Miami, Florida 33186
or before the 25 day of February! 1971
and file the original with the Clerk:
of this court either before service
plaintiffs attorney or immediately
thereafter; otherwise a default wilt
be entered against you for the relt-S
demanded in the complaint.
witness my hand and the seal
of this court, on this 19 day of Janu-
ary, 1972.
E. B. I.EATHERMAN
Clerk. Circuit Court i
By: C. P. c< >PELAND
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
1/21-28 2/4-lt
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722Acts of 1941
File No 71-A-961
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Nathaniel W. Siegel holder Of Coun-
ty Tax Sale Certificate No. riS91 is-
sued the 39th day of May. A.D. 1969,
has filed same in my office, and lias
made application for a tax deed to
be issued thereon. Said Certificate
embraces the following described prop-
erly in the County of Dade, State of
Florida, to-Wft:
W 20 Ft of S .100 Ft of N 1585 Ft
of E 1320 Ft of E'.i of Qovt Lot
I Part of l>.t 63 Blk 3, Townships
53 and M South. Range 40 East,
containing .23 Acres more or less
In the County of Dade, state of
Florida.
This deed win be issued subject
to 1971 County taxes and liens.
The assessment of said property un-
der the said certificate was in the
name of: Cotinne B. Baragar.
Unless said certificate shall be re-
deemed according to law, the prop-
erty described herein win be sold to
the highest bidder for cash at the
Courthouse door on the first Monday
In the month of March. 1978, which
Is the tith day of .March. 1972,
Dated this Mat day of January,
1972.
E B. LEATHEILMAN
Clerk of Circuit Court.
I lade County, Florida
Bj I' F. Ouldstrand, D.('
Circuit Court Seal
8 4-11-18-25
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRE-
SENTS SHALL COME GREETINGS:
Whereas, albert j. bowman.
Miami. Florida: dorothy bow-
man. Miami. Florida; GEORGE \V.
WANNER. Miami, Florida did on the
29th day of January, A.D. 19."i4 cause
to be incorporated under the laws
of the State of Florida BOWMAN-
WANNER BUILDERS, INC. a cor-
Iioratlon, with its principal place of
luslness at Miami. Dade County In
the State of Florida, and whereas
such corporation did on the 19th day
of January, A.D. 1972, cause to be
filed In the office of the Department
of State of the State of Florida, the
documentary authority required und-
er Section 608,27, Florida Statutes.
showing the dissolution of such
corporation.
Now, therefore, the Secretary of
Stale does hereby certify to the fore-
going and that he Is satisfied that
the requirements of the law have
been comnlicd with.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have
MAN, Miami. Florida: GEORGE \V
here unto set my hand and have af-
fixed the Great Seal of the State of
Florida, nt Tallahassee, the Capital.
this the Nineteenth day of January.
A.D. 1972.
RICHARD DICK STONE
Secretary of State
2/11/72
NOTICE OF
WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
by virtue of chapter 678 Florida stat-
utes Annotated il94l Warehouseman
and Warehouse Receipts win rein ABB
VAN LINES s Florida corporation by
virtue of its warehouse lien has in its
possession the following described
propcrt) :
Used Household goods as tlie propertv
of TIMOTHY TRIBBLE whose last
known address was I'll. Box 1389,
Easthampton, L. L. N.Y.: c/o South-
hampton .Maintenance Co., Easthamp-
ton, 1.. I N. Y. and that on the 3rd
day of March, 1972 during the legal
hours of sale mainly between 11:00
forenoon and 2:00 In the aftoi'ii.....1 at
SIM N.W. 21th Avenue, Miami, Flo-
rida the undersigned shall offer for
sale to the highest bidder for cash
In hand the above described property
of TIMOTHY TRIBBLE.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 11th
day of Feb., 1972
2/11-18
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
No. 72-2435
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In Re The Marriage Of:
PAULINE JOHNSON. Wife
and OIIJ1ERT JOHNSON,
husband
TO: GILBERT JOHNSON
713 West Roach Street
Indianapolis, Indiana
Vnr ARE HEREBY notified that
a Dissolution of Marriage has been
filed against you, ami you are here-
by required to s,erve a copy of your
answer or other pleading to the
Petition on the Wife's attorney
LESTER ROGERS, whos, address is
14.">4 N.W. 17th Avenue. Miami. Flo-
rida 3312.".. and file tin- original with
the Clerk of the above styled Court,
on or before the 17th day of March.
1972 or a Default will be entered
against you.
dated this 3rd day of February,
1972.
E. B. I.EATHERMAN
Clerk of Circuit Court
By: C P. COPELAND
2/11-18-26 3/3
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORDA ,'
CASE NO. 72-1175 /
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF
ADA SALA8, wife, and
EDUARDO SAI.AS. husband.
TO: AIR EDUARDO SAI.AS
2605 Central Avenue
I'nion City, New Jersey
TOO ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Petition for Dissolution ot
-Marriage has been filed against you.
and you are required to serve a oopy
of your answer or pleading to sa.l
petition for Dissolution of Marriage
on tin- Petitioner's attorney, DONAL 1
F. FROST, 2'i B.W. 'ith Btreet, Mian
Florida, and file the original answer
or pleading in the office of the Cleric
Of the Circuit Court on or before tl-
25 day of February. 1972. If you fall
to do so, a Default will bo taker
against you for relief demanded in the
Petition.
Daied at Miami, Dade County. Flo -
Ida, this 19 day of January, 1972.
E. It. I.EATHERMAN
Clerk of Circuit Court
By: C. P. COPELAND '
Deputy Clerk '
(Circuit Court Seal)
1/31-28 2 1-11
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722Acts of 1941
File No 71-A-980
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Nathaniel VV. Siegel holder of Coui -
ty Tax Sale Certificate No. 7H34 is-
sued the 29tli day of .May. A.D. 198S
has filed same in my office, and has
made application for a tax deed to hi
issued thereon. Bald Certificate em-
braces tlie following described prop-
erty In the County of Dade, Stato 08
Florida, to-wlt: <
Ixits (1-7- 8 Blk .".. Dixie Hpts
Gdna., Plat Book 81 Page 32, ;
Section 32. Township r.". south,
Range 40 Easl in the County of
Dade, State of Florida.
The assessment of said property Uf-
tier the said certificate was in the
num.- of: John Forbes & \V/ Carrie
Unless said certificate shall be re-
deemed according to law. the prop-
erty described herein will be sold t
the highest bidder for cash at tht
Courthouse door on the first Monday
in the month of .March. 1972, Which,
is tlie 8th day of March. 1:172.
Dated this ::ist day of January.
1972.
i: It LEATHBRMAN
Clerk of Circuit Court.
D.ole County, Florida.
By P. F Ouldstrand, D.C.
1 "in tin Court Seal
i 4-11-18-25
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. 72-1774
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of:
WILFRED BRIAN KENT, Husband
Petitioner
GERTRUDE CONALLT RENT, Wife,
Respondent.
TO: GERTRUDE CONALLY KENT
23 Alma Street
Dundns Ontario Canada
YOU ARE HECEBY 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 nnv, to it on
DANIEL BETTER, attorney for Peti-
tloner, whose address is 1008 Con<
gre8S Building. ..iiami Florida, and
file the original with the clerk of th<
above styled court on or before
March 3rd, 1972: otherwise a default:
will be entered against you for th
relief demanded in the complaint or
pel It Ion.
This notice shall he published one*
each week for four consecutive week-1
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seat
of said court at .Miami, Florida on
this 26 day of January. 1972.
13. B LEATHEILMAN.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade Comity. Florida
By: N. A. HEWETT
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
DANIEL BETTER
1005 Congress Building
Miami. Florida 33132
Attorney for Petitioner
1/28 2/4-ll-U
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious nani4
Of RAULSCO INTERNATIONAL at
1628 S.W. 8*nd Place, Miami, Fla. In-
tends to register said nnme with tht-
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad
County, Florida.
.MICHAEL RAULSON
2/1-11-18-25


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Friday, February 11, 1972
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as a family. If you have not yet fulfilled this obligation to
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