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

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

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(Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volbme 45 Number 8
Miami, Florida Friday, February 25, 1972
Three Sections Price 20c
Soviets Meet With Libya,
aq, Egypt; Guerrillas Unite
By Special Report
SIRUT, Lebanon The So-
Union this week pressed a
ntless diplomatic offensive in
| Middle East, with a major
ian delegation in Syria, an-
cement of a visit to Mos-
by Libya's deputy premier,
I the reported merger of Pol-
tiinn guerrillas into a 12,000-
army to fight Israel.
political, economic and mlli-
f f-legation from Moscow
arrived In Damascus Monday to
begin six days of negotiations of
Improved cooperation between
Syria and the U.S.S.R.
Libya said her deputy pre-
mier, Maj. Abdel Salem Jallud,
will pay an early visit to Mos-
cow. Maj. Jallud is in Cairo for
talks with United Arab Repub-
lic officials before moving on to
the Russian capital to repre-
sent his country's revolutionary
leader, Col. Muammar el-Quad>-
dafi.
The Libyans are completing
details of their recent federation
with Syria and Egypt, and are
believed to be negotiating for
additional planes from Moscow
to supplement Jets purchased
from France.
Soviet Russia appears to have
scored a breakthrough in Bagh-
dad by achieving apparent rec-
ognition of the Communist party
in Iraq, and its inclusion in a
Continued on Pag* 5-A
naugural Dinner Launches
72 Israel Bonds Campaign
The most important campaign
[Israel since the Six-Day War
be initiated here this week-
with the official launching
Ithe 1972 campaign for the
fldwide sale of $450 million
State of Israel Bonds,
the launching will take place
[ an inaugural dinner atended
2,000 delegates Saturday
^ning, with Gen. Haim Bar-
Israel's former Chief of
ff, as the guest of honor,
phaim Topol, Israel's most
hous film star, will partici-
|e in the dinner program;
sical selections will be pre-
yed by Vida Olshan, a Rus-
Jewish refugee who emi-
tted to Israel four months
ores of dinner meetings,
eakfasts, luncheons and recep-
nns involving community lead-
from all over the country
and Canada have been held dur-
ing the past week in prepara-
tion for the Israel Bond Inaug-
ural Conference.
In addition, a nationwide tele-
phone hook-up last week orig-
inating from Miami brought
messages from Prime Minister
Golda Meir and Finance Minis-
ter Pinchas Sapir to more than
30 cities. The Israel government
leaders urged the fullest mobili-
zation of the resources of Jewish
communities behind the extra-
ordinary $450 million campaign.
The Prime Minister declared
that Israel would never place a
limit on Jews who might want
to come to Israel, stressing that
Israel's central purpose was to
offer a home to Jews from Rus-
sia and other countries, regard-
less of the number of newcomers
involved.
Mr. Sapir explained that Is-
Forest Hills Project
Construction Halted
SW YORK (WNS) Man-
ken State Supreme Court
J^Kice Irving H. Sayi>ol last
.veek ordered construction of the
v-OBtroversial 840-unit low in-
ontr p'lhlic housing project In
forest Hills halted.
Je judge called the project's
design "a defective plan" which
does not resemble the original
(ies|pi for the project and' said
chaftges in the approved plan
we^ adopted without the re-
quAd public hearings. City
(''lAoration Counsel J. Lee
Kallii said the city will appeal
IhMecision "at the curliest po.s-
.-ibMdate."
Queens Jewish fimimun-
ounoil, which has opposed
tlitferojert, rejected a reported
promise plan, terming It
liy." The plan called for
soMng down the size of the
1'oftst Hills project and shift-
inflbart of the MO units to a
tie housing project in
Linden wood section (
as which has already been
by the City's Board of
ate.
ked what they would pre-
fer on the site, Seymour Sam-
uels, president of the QJCC, said
his organization favored the high
school that was originally plan-
ned for the site.
The housing project was orig-
inally planned for the Corona
section of Queens, but after
meeting opposition from the
largely Italian residents of that
area, the project was moved to
Forest Hills and the high school
to Corona, where opposition to
the high school has stalled plans
for its construction.
Meanwhile, representatives of
several Forest Hills groups, and
Mrs. Myrtle Whltmore, black
executive president of the "Five
Borough Coalition To Save New
York," met at the White House
with officials Immediately con-
cerned with the project.
A meeting of black and Tew-
Ish leaders scheduled for Grade
Mansion, the mayor's residence,
was cancelled when Roy VVilk-
ins, executive director of the
national Association for the Ad-
Advancement of Colored People,
refused to attend.
rael expected the Israel Bond
campaign to produce $450 mil-
lion in order to help provide
housing and jobs for a total of
70,000 immigrants this year. He
estimated that the cost of ab-
sorbing an immigrant family,
including housing and employ-
ment, was $35,000.
Sam Rothberg, general chair-
man of the Israel Bond Organi-
zation, said increased financial
assistance from abroad was es-
sential to help Israel carry out
its primary mission as a home-
land for all Jews who wish to
live there. He described his feel-
ings on a recent trip to Israel
when he and other leaders of
the Israel Bond drive saw Jew-
ish refugees from Russia arriv-
ing at Lod Airport.
"We felt like getting down and
Continues on fag* 6-A
Jarring To Visit
Jerusalem Soon;
New U. N. Bid Seen
By Special Report
JERUSALEM Dr. Gunnar
V. Jarring, special United Na-
tions mediator, will visit Israel
soon according to the Israel For-
eign Ministry, which announced
the forthcoming trip at the same
time Dr. Jarring met with Is-
rael's ambassador to Cyprus on
the Mediterranean island.
Sources here said the visit to
to Jerusalem indicates that Dr.
Jarring will make a major ef-
fort to end a stalemate of a year
in his peace-making mission. He
flew unexpectedly to Cyprus fol-
lowing two days of talks with
Egyptian leaders in Cairo.
Ambassador Rachamin Timor,
the Israeli envoy to Cyprus, re-
layed; a bid for personal meet-
ings with top Israel government
officials from Dr. Jarring,
Seden's ambassador to the U.N.
No exact time was set for the
Jarring mission to Jerusalem,
but Foreign Minister Abba Eban
is expected to be on hand to
greet the U.N. special envoy.
Prime Minister Golda Meir, on
Continued on Page 10-A
France Demands Extradition Of Barbie
PARIS I WNS) In a personal message from President Georg I
Pomphou to Bolivian President President Hugo Banzer, France has
demanded the extradition of Klaus Barbie, "the butcher of Lyons," a
wanted Nazi war criminal who had been living in Bolivia under th>;
name of Klaus Altmnnn. Barbie had been arrested by Bolivia for
non-payment of a debt to the government following a French re-
quest that he be jailed until France could forward proof that Alt-
mann was really Barbie. He was released by Bolivia after the debt
was paid and it is believed he may be in Paraguay where want-!
Nazis live undisturbed.
Buildings, Land Given to United Synagogue
NEW YORK (JTA) Jacob Stein, president of the United
Synagogue of America, has announcec' the gift of two buildings anl
land in the heart of Jerusalem which will become the headquarters
of his organization in Israel. The buildings, which were formerly a
part of an American Protestant Mission, will also house the World
Council of Synagogues.
Return Of Nazi Collaborator Protested
PARIS (WNS> Reports that Darquier De Pellepoix, a notori-
ous Nazi collaborator during World War II, who has been living In
Spain under political asylum since 1944, and had been sentenced t,>
death by a military court in December 1947 in absentia, might re-
turn to France, has drawn vigorous protects from two major Jewish-
French organizations. The death sentence expired in 1969 due to the
statute of limitations and Pellepoix, who was personally responsible
for rounding up Jews for deportation, has applied for permission to
re-enter France.
Esso-Standard Denies Discrimination
JOHANNESBURG (WNS) A story by the Sunday Express
that Esso-Standard Oil Co.. of South Africa had refused to hire a job
applicant, Sharon Harber, because she is Jewish, was denied by the
company's managing director, E. Hartman. The Sunday Express
said Miss Harber told them she was interviewed for a job by an
Esso official, he told her "point blank" the company does not hire
Jews. They also quoted an employment agency official who said that
when he inquired about Miss Harber, an Esso spokesman told him
"you know we don't take Jews."
Israel To Receive Private Loans
WASHINGTON (WNS) Israel and the United States ha.
signed an agreement guaranteeing private loans of $30 million to
be used to build 11,000 housing units for lower middle income fami-
lies in Israel. Under the terms of the agreement, the housing must
be located within Israel's pre-June 1967 borders. Beneficiaries of the
housing will be mostly new immigrant families, newly formed fami-
lies, Arab and other minority groups, and occupants of over-crow 1
or sub-standard housing. The loans are repayable over a period of
25 years.
U.S. Jets Will Cost $500 Million
TEL AVIV (WNS) The acquisition of new Phantom and
Skyhawk jets fror the United States will cost Israel around $500
million to be paid partly from loans and partly from "what the pub-
lic is so bittered about taxes," Finance Minister Pinhas Sapir said
here on returing from his 12-day American visit. Mr. Sapir com-
mented that the conditions under which Israel is obtaining loans
are worsening. The first loan received was to be paid partly over
25 years and partly over 10 years, but all will actually have to be
paid over 10 years. He has concluded a second loan, he said.
Student Allowed To Fly Nazi Flag
HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. (WNS) The board of trustees of Hofstra
University has upheld the right of a neo-Nazi student, David Kerr.
21, to hang a five foot Nazi flag from the window of his dormitory
room and to advertise for members for the neo-Nazi National Social
ist White People's Party of Arlington, Va., in the student paper which
is supported by student activity fees. The student body of the uni-
versity, which is located a short distance from New York Ci*y, Is
estimated to be 40-50% Jewish. Half of the faculty and board of
trustees are also estimated to be Jewish.
Lipsky's Lawyer Withdraws
PARIS (WNS)Johannes Ambre, who has withdrawn as
attorney for Claude Lipsky, who fled to Israel to escape arrest for
his alleged part in a financial scandal after being charged with
collaborating with the Nazis, said he was withdrawing as Lipsky'.*
attorney so as not to damage Lipsky's case. Meanwhile, in Tel Aviv,
Lipsky was taken into custody by police pending a district court
decision on France's request for his extradition.
I


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Friday, February 2:. 197^
Schatzman To Be Honored
AtPurim Dinner and Show
Irving Sihat. man. well known ing citizen of Dade County. He
communual worker, will be hon- has been active in the Greater
red at a gala Purim Dinner and
IKYING SCHATZMAf.
Show at Temple Emanu-El, Tues-
day at 6:30 p.m. in the Friedland
Ballroom, sponsored by the Forty- j
Miners and the THillim Club of
Temple Emanu-El.
Miami Jewish Federation, the
Elks. Zionist Organization. Jewish
National Fund. Israel Bonds. Uni-
ted Jewish Appeal and the United
Fund.
At Temple Fmanu-KI. Mr.
Schatzman is head usher, a posi-
tion he has held for 25 yean. He
has served as president of the
49'ers for 15 years, and is also
a member of the temple's Board
of Director! and directs many
pedal programs for youth.
A member of Hibiscus Masonic
Lodge, Mr. Schatzman is also
known as "Mr. Bnai B'rith." He
was president of the Miami Beach
B*nai B'rith Lodge. No. 1391. for
two terms and is now honorary
president for life. He also serves
as treasurer of the Lodge, and
cochatrman of its Luncheon Club.
It is estimated that some 400
I pi sons will be present to honor
Mr. Schatzman. Dr. Irving Lehr-
nian. spiritual leader of the temple.
J.ill be the main speaker. Samuel
Pascoe. president of the Florida
State Association of B'nai B'rith
Lodges, will also join in the tri-
bute.
Purim Rally Will
Aid Soviet Jewry
Abe Plattinan. chairman of the
Purim Festival sponsored by the
Jacob C. Cohen Community Syna-
gogue, in conjunction with the 1
Ezra Fund of the Rabbinical Coun- |
cil of America will launch a Pa*-1
over aid program. "Moas C'hittim," |
for the Russian Jews.
i At the festival and banquet Sun-
day in the Deauville Hotel, si>e-
j cial awards for the recipient-; of!
1 the "Crown of Good Name" will
I be presented tc Mr. and Mrs.
Leonard Ziibert. Mr. and Mrs.
1 Isidore Hershkowitz, Mr. and Mrs.
j Alex Litman, Mr. nno Mrs. Samuel
ITaxin. Mr. and Mrs. Max Schiff-
I maun. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Gray.
1 Mr. and Mrs. Jack Turkish. Mr.
j and Mrs. Sam Cohen, Mr. and
j Mrs. Abraham Engel, Mr. and Mrs.
\ Ifred Lieber. Mr. ani Mrs. Sol
I Krevat. Mr. and Mrs. Isak Flo-
! menbaum and Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Leff. The presentations will be
made by Sheldon Zilbert.
Guest speaker will be the Hon.
Dr. Yehuda Ben Meir, a member
of the Israel Knesset. Reserva-
tions are available at the syna-
gogue and at leading kosher hotels.
Dr. Mandelbaum To Speak At Ner Tamil
Dr. Bernard Mandelbaum, presi-
dent of the Jewish Theological
Seminary of America, will address
members and friends of Temple
Ner Tamid Sunday at 10 a.m., in
the main sanctuary of the temple.
just prior to his departure from
the Miami'area. His address will
be a pre-Purim message to the
Jewish community.
Dr. Mandelbaum, who previously
had served as provost of the semi-
nary and as dean of student., at
the Seminary's Rabbinical School,
is also the administrator of the
Seminary's Israel activities, which
include the American Student Cen-
ter in Jerusalem and the Schockcr.
Institute for Jewish Research
The director of the Reli
chiatric Center of the Jewish Th,
ological Seminary of Amei
Is also a member of the ea
committee of the His
Ivrltb.
Dr. Brody Forum Speaker
E'r. Simon Brody. who .-;-
i/. il in obstetrics and gyru
until his retirement, will
m "Maimonides as a Phys
I 1 the Forte Forum Till
1 p.m. in the Forte audil
12C0 West Ave., Miami Beac

Nat Friedman, president of the
THillim Club, is the chairman of !
the dinner saluting Mr. Schatz-
man. who has devoted many years
to the temple and community. I
serving as president of the Miami
Beach Apartment Association for
several years and as chairman of
the Board.
Mr. Schatzman also served as
president of the famous Chicago
Club and was voted the outstand-
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"riday. February 25. 1972
+Jewish fhrtdUan
Paae 3-A
Rabbis Plan All-Out
'72 Synagogue Effort
MIW YORK.

I'lominent Orthodox, Conserva-
tive air) Reform rabbis met in
Miami Beach this week to lay the
groundwork for intensified syna-
gogue participation in the 1972
Israel Bond drive.
The rabbis, members of the Na-
tional Rabbinic Cabinet for Israel
Bonds, tormed a national steering
comniittie to promote the wider
s\ nagogue effort. Members of the
committee include 17 of the mast
distinguished rabbis in the United
Stales and Canada.
lal of the 1972 Israel Bond
being launched this week-
at a four-day conference in
ni Beach with Gen. Haim
Lev. former Chief of Staff
ie Israel Defense Forces as a
six ial gU6St, is $450 million, or
all >st double the amount of
Bn Is sold last year. This extra-
oi< nary increase has been dicta-
te) by the sudden influx of large
mi ben of Soviet Jews into Is-
ia<
ailing the rabbis' discussions
r>l srael's economic needs were
Hi e spiritual leaders of the
Mi ni Jewish community; Rabbi
l.( i Kronish of Temple Beth
SI Dm, chairman of the National
I: lini'- Cabinet for Israel Bonds;
Rabbi Irving Lehrman of Temple
Kmanu-KI, president of the Syna-
gogue Council of America, ami
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz of
Tempel Menorah.
In a joint statement issued at
the conclusion of the meeting, the
rabbis stressed the critical im-
portance of Bond dollars in creat- i
ing jobs for new immigrants to
Israel from Soviet Russia and I
other countries.
"The arrival of large numbers '
of Russian Jews is a challenge of
historic proportions," the state- i
ment said. "The Soviet brethren j
are coming at long last in
the hope of realizing their cher-
ished dream of building new lives i
in a land where they will be free
of oppression.
"With Israel's economy on a
virtual war-time footing, it will
lx> up to Jews in the Diaspora to
lend Israel the economic strength
to absorb these courageous new-
comers. As always, synagogues in
the United States and Canada are
being counted on to lead this ef-
fort by stimulating sales of Israel
Bonds to unprecedented levels in
1972."
Among the highlights of the
two-day session was a dinner with
Bernard Cherrick, vice president
of the Hebrew. University in Jeru-
salem, and Leo Bernstein, exec-
live vice president of the Israel
Bond Organization, as the princi-
pal speakers. Both stressed the
traditional leadership r<>!c of rab-
bis in marshaling large-scale sup-
port for Israel's economic growth.
There was also a workshop at
the Barcelona Hotel, where the
rabbis placed telephone calls to
colleagues in various parts of the
United States and Canada, urging
an expanded effort for the 1972
Bond campaign.
In addition to the three Miami
rabbis, other members of the new-
ly formed steering committee art
Rabbis Baifour Brickner, Judah
Nadich, I. Usher Kirschblum. [si-
dor Klavan, Joseph Glazor, and
Gilbert Epstein of New York;
Rabbi Louis Swichkow, Milwau-
kee; Rabbi Manuel Salt/man. Bos-
ton; Rabbi Jacob Traub. San Fran-
cisco; Rabbi Jordan Pearlson. Tor-
onto; Rabbi Sidney Shoham, Mont-
real; Rabbi Chaim Seiger. Mem-
phis; Rabbi Herman Shaalman.
Chicago, and Rabbi Pesach Levo-
vitz of New Jersey.
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Leo Bernstein,, (left) executive vice president of the Israel
Bond Organization, and Rabbi Judah Nadich, a leadii.g
New York rabbi, shared in steering committee sessions of
the National Rabbinic Cabinet for Bonds in preparation for
extraordinary S450 million cumpaign this year. The board
in the background lists major Bond purchasers in the New
York area.
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hire! Semester
m Adult Studies
Beth Sholom
lie third semester of Adult
Si lies of Temple Beth Sholom
\v begin on Wednesday at 8 p.m.
ii ho temple, 4144 Chase Ave.,
N mi Reach, an;' continue ror a
P od of seven weeks.
istructor. Prof. Isaac H. Fein
1 cover three great events in
.1 L'ish history: the Holocaust, the
I birth of Israel, and the Phe-
n iicnnl Growth of Amei ican
J ry. The To:ah The Five
F ks of Moses will be taught by
It ilii Harry Jolt, A Survey of
Ii lical Literature by Dr. Joseph
I niond. and The Romance of
\ di-sh a study of woman's
p ce in early and modern Jewish
1 raturc, by Israel Steinbaum.
'nurses in conversational Ile-
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t 9 p.m. session on Great Mod-
t i Jewish Authors. Registration
ii y he made by calling the school
o Ice.
Ecology Group To
Open Recycling
Deposit Station
The Eeoloc;v Action Group of
tHe YM-YWHA's Teen Depart-
ment is opening a new recycling
deposit station at the Teen Lounge,
M500 SW 8th St., on Sunday.
All recyclable goods (newspa-
pers, magazines, non-deposit glass
bottles and aluminum) will be col-
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month from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The
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Volume. 45
10 ADAR 5732
Number 9
MATTER OF FACT

kv JOSEPH ALSOP
WASHINGTON President
Nixon to the contrary, every
thinking American ought to give
strong support to massive, Go
busing to achieve racial balance,
en a single. Quite simple condi-
tion. The condition is reason-
able evidence that this ki:; i of
ng really will overcome the
Vrrii li educational rel u
that afflicts the average black
Child, WUOSB true handicap is
lie-.-.' poverty.
For many years now. liberal
educationists have told> us that
thoroughly denigrated schooling
would surety overcome this re-
ition. Indeed they have iold
us that is was the ONLY way
Bui v they have dis-
A Crisis Of Opportunity
The official launching of the 197S campaign for Israel
?ondi this weekend narkl Hm opening of the biggest drive
in tha aU-yajai history of the Israel Bond Organization.
Three important factors have led fo the adoption of an
unprecedented goal of 5450 million for this year, almost
tw-.ee the record total of S251 million sold in 1971. The
most dramatic of these is the sudden and mysterious rart-
g of the Iron Curtain to permit an increased number of
Jews to leave the Soviet Union. As a result. Israel has had
tc revise sharply upward all previous estimates of immi-
gration for the current year. Instead of the 45,000 originally
expected. Israel must now be ready to receive and absorb
no less than 70.000 and this number represents the largest
influx in any year since 1957.
In addition to this herculean task, the people of Israel
are also faced with undiminished defense expenditures
amounting to SI.5 billion this year. Moreover the demands
of the disadvantaged citizens have reached a crisis Wei.
After having waited for years far better housing and an
improved standard of living, their plight has become a
problem cf the greatest urgency.
In 1972 the crisis of war has been joined by a crisis
of opportunity and need to make the role of the Israel Bond
campaign more vital than ever before. A strong economy
is the key to the solution of Israel's defense, immigration
and development problems. We earnestly hope that the
Inaugural Conference meeting here this weekend where
termer Chief of Staff Haim Bar-Lev will be the sp>cial
cues! wl serve to give the proper impetus to the worldwide
sola of Israel Bonds this year.
Few Deserve It More
The coveted Leonard L. Abess Human Relations Award
'.his year goes to Anna Brenner Meyers and there are few
among the distinguished recipients of the ADL mark of
honor who deserve it more.
Mrs. Meyers ideally meets the standards of the award
in her lifetime work in the community, and particularly dur-
ing her 18 years on the Dade School Board, from which
she retired at the beginning of the year. It is given in
recognition of efforts made toward furthering the goal of
better human relations and one who has contributed sub-
stantially to the well-being of the citizens of the State of
Florida.
Conference A Notable Occasion
There are few institutions in this country or Israel
which have the devoted following of the Hebrew Univer-
sity in Jerusalem and the national conference of the Amer-
ican Friends here is thus a notable occasion.
The growing bond between this nation's educational
establishment and the distinguished Israeli university is
marked by the interchange not only of students but, in
recent years of a significant number of professors With
this background, it is not surprising that the major speaker
at the closing dinner will be U.S. Cabinet member Elliott
Richardson, the Secretary of Health. Education and Wel-
fare, to add lustre to the event
Megilah A Tale Of Triumph
Purim is a holiday based on the Book of Esther which
has been called by many a biblical short story, since it is
a marvelous tale filled with heroes end villains. But, cs is
our way, we have made th:* ap:oryp.ha; story into a m<*an-
ingfui description of triumph over persecution and oppres-
sion.
Because of that triumph the tradition-- c o: the
Megilah the story of Esther is done in an atmosphere
of carnival, of noise, cheers and boos. As we observe
holiday- next week, it is our hope :hct by our open demon-
strations of faith we will continue to keep the tyrants and
persecutors at bay.
15 GAEL
pukih qoooies
QMIprlWtfH HANOTJ
%2W,
to overcome this retardiation.
regarded the hard facts.
IX MOST favorable condi-
tions, two major efforts have
been made to prove the truth
of the liberal educationists' the-
ory. In White Plains, N.Y.. and
in Berkeley. Calif., the school
systems have lon~ been racially
homogenized in just the way
I by Judge Robert R.
ige in his famous Rich-
mond. Va.. decision.
In this series of reports at-
pting to get at the I
g problem, the :e-
Plains ami i
k j -.. .....
tail n -
i) that the
ill; B '':
nting, despil
moral :'. benefits.
THfiRK HAVE been m
educational gains: but the black
retardation is still grave. Black
third graders in Berkeley foi
though margins
tei than before homogenize1
are still reading at an average
level 13 months behind the white
children in the same class s
and the same schools.
In short, the results pred:
by the liberal educationists ha-.e
not been attained, even in th -?
two school populations of easily
manageable size, with Strong
goodwill to help. The results are
obviously bound to be far less
good, moreover, where the at-
tempt is made to homogenize
school populations of many tens
of thousands in an atmosphere
of extreme ill will
(Continued on Page 1S-A)
COMMENT
bv EDWARD COHEN
I suspect that the Miami Herald
editors felt the copy was too hot
handle as the reason for not
lishing the Washington Post's
amazing interview on the Florida
primary with Mayor John Lind-
sa> s campaign manager.
AFTER reading It, one realizes
why Lindsay has been challeng-
ing Qov. George Wallace and not
his other rivals to debate he is
now reaching out. we are told by
the Post article, for the votes of
his own kind of people, spelled
WASP, and that's Wallace terri-
tory
The Page 1 article was head-
lined. Anti-Semitism in Florida
May Help Lindsay Drive." And
it begins idatelined New York
by the w-ay i. Anti-semiUs
advertently nurtured by Jewish
groups' harassment has become
a factor in New York Mayor John
V. Lindsay's hopes for a strong
showing in the Florida presidential
primary."
WHY?
"The interesting twist.." the arti-
cle states, is that he is not being
perceived outside Miami so much
as a righting liberal as might be
d. as he is a white Ane .:-
Saxon Protestant who
. against unruly. non-WASP
groans "
AND. the writer points out that
-:ain BBOO
by "white Americans" has
tt the large
her of Jews who have eosns I
i area in recent years,
says Richard
Aureho. vtm was labelled the
mmate
Times last v- erroneous
IB he :.'. Jews aoa
the vote. even ir Sv>_:
Lindsay figures indicate they
nly some 5r', in
the Primary on March 14.
IT IS regrettable that the fail-
ure to make headway with the so-
called Jewish vote on Miami Beach
caused Mr. Aurelio. Mayor Lind-
sa.. ..:> to lose his vaunted
coo', and deliver an Interview
which, at best, was stupid.
Unfortunately. John Lindsay is
not the only one of the presidential
candidates artM has been playing
the Jewish numbers game. I have
written and spoken publicly
sat :'-. pat particul-
arly of Si I Jackson. Hum-
phrey and Mask*! -. woo
allege- lewis! Mm i I bj
it hfclli for
Israel and foodt bo help relocate
Jews eaoagrating bom Russia.
IT ALSO must be said as
1 have written in my columns in
the FWridiaa that the illusion
that there is a Jewish bloc vote
has been conveyed by the exposure
granted some of the candidates
before important Jewish gather-
ings during the past several
months
Thai -:s has caused some an-
gtoafc is understandable, but a
rational candidate b not driven
Baton language if he has
the ability to ar... develop
his own campaign wittw I (chat
superfi-
cially be;: :
THAT, b -tain local
New Yo:
has dec i \-
SO M
tartnd vie* ''. tMs "Jearish tc
\aps causing rood
ab
i
sis. Lindsav is not only wrong
in how his campaign manager
says he plans to conduct the re-
mainder of his campaign, but w ny
he doesn't have the Jewish vote.
When ne entered late into the
competition for the presidential
nomination. Lindsay found that
Jackson had that piece of the
Jewish vote which could not see
beyond arms for Israel, that Hum-
phrey had a hold on the nostalgic
vote which still remembers the
New Deal, ami that Muskie at-
tracted that segment which likes
a winner
IT WAS from the McGovern or-
ganization that the New York
Mayor fell he could woo his share.
For tins auhstonttel group is In
tha modern liberal Jewish tradi-
tion which BOt only cares for Is-
rael's survival and Soviet Jewry
but has raom lor universal con-
cerns as well.
It can lie said from a-
side view that he failed. It .;
sad that his failure has resulte".
in some bitter frustration, b..'.
that never excuses matching the
ttgUnasa of some of the JewL-.
extremists' attacks on him.
IN" AH. fairness it should U
reported that the following da> i
Washington Post headlined: Line-
say s urns Votes Tied to v
i which he prapt
rejected 'any support ->n>
quarter tainted by that desj
social disease anti->
An. Lfcol tht
part
direction
". t :
qaapstlon is coine to be BOO
sell vise Mm see the N
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Foreign Correspondent
Morton Towers Speaker
Robert Mayer Evans, foreign
correspondent, author and lecturer
on Russian and Middle Eastern
ROBERT M. EVANS
'fairs, will be the speaker at the1
inual Morton Towers-Israel Din-
r of State at the Fontainobleau
Sotel, Saturday evening. March 4.
:cording to Michael Litvak, di-
ctor of Israel Bonds.
This event will be held in honor
Harry and Sophie Glassman.
yo will be the recipients of the
ale of Israel Shalom Award.
Bge Frederick N. Barad ani Dr.
tvid Raab are honorary chair-
;n of the event; George and Sally
lldwoff, chairmen of trustees,
iniuel Norkcen, chairman of
ardians, and Irving and I-ottie
her, chairmen of the committee
hosts.
Evans was bureau chief for
35 News in Moscow, where he
vered many historical events in-
iding a visit to the Kremlin by
le late U.A.R. President Gamal
_.^el Nasser and King Hussein of
rdan, and the Soviet invasion of
iechoslavakia. He was expelled
T--------------------
Cantors Association
Music Festival Is
Scheduled Mar. 18
The Cantors AP'wiatioi of
CJreaer Miami has scheduled a
:iusic festival Saturday evening,
.Mar.h IS. at the Miami Beach
A&ditorium.
Some 25 of the leading cantors
:n South Florida are meivbers of
lis group. A number of them
have performed in the opera, and
. n professional stages.
One of the features of the festi-
\al will be a combined children's
(hoir presentation of liturgical.
Israeli, Yiddish and Chassidic ms-
composed and produced bv
Phmuel Fershko. Cantor David
,'onviser will direct the show.
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Mr. Evans was a special assist-
ant in the U.S. Information Agen-
cy, reporting on NATO affairs in
Paris and on the situation in Ber-
lin when the Berlin Wall was
erected to divide the city. He also
helped to bring refugees out o'
Hungary during the unsuccessful
revolution, and was evacuated dur-
ing hostilities between Israel anJ
the Arab states in 1956.
Mr. Evans, who has traveled ex-
tensively in Asia and the Middle
East, recently joined Israel's Min-
istry for Foreign Affairs to make
a special documentary about the
Suez Canal, the Sinai Desert and
the Golan Heights.
Soviets Meet With Libya,
Iraq, Egypt; Guerrillas Unite
Continued from Page 1-A
new national coalition under the
ruling Baath government.
Saddam Hussein Takrlti, vice
chairman of Iraq's ruling revolu-
tionary command council, called
for a "solid, strategic alliance"
with Moscow following a mission
to Moscow.
Maj. Gen. Mustafa Tias, Sy-
ria's chief of staff, met a Rus-
s:an delegation headed by First
Deputy Premier Kirill T. Maz-
urov at the Damascus airport.
Talks will cover all aspects of
relations between the two coun-
tries and "the development of
the foundations on which Soviet-
Syrian friendship rests," accord-
ing to radio Damascus.
Syria has been armed by Mos-
cow since 1957, and an t'sti-
: 11 I 1,000 Soviet military
technicians are in the country
to assist the Syrian air force
and arm in its rebuilding from
the Six-Day War defeat at the
hands of Israel in June. 1907.
Moscow has been gaining
ground with the Syrians towards
a peaceful settlement with Is-
rael, based on the Nov. 22, 1967
United Nations Security Council
resolution. Damascus opposi-
tion to any peace with Israel
has tem|>ered since President
Hafezal-Assad took office in
1970.
Soviet Defense Minister An-
drei A. Gracho returned to MOS-
COW after a round of talks with
President Anwar el-Sadat a-id
Egyptian military heads ihis
week.
The Central Committee of
the Palestine Liberation Orga-
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Friday, February 25. 1972

V
Inaugural Dinner Launches
'72 Israel Bonds Campaign
Dr. Joffe Is Guest Speaker At Brotherhood Stag Dinner
Dr. Samuel Z. Jaffc. spiritual Dinner was to include lablt
leader of the temple, was to be
the guest siicaker at the 7 p.m.
Thursday "stag dinner" sponsored
bv the Brotherhood' of Temple
wines and a special dessert; ths
entertainment program features
the Society for the preservation of
Barbershop Quartet Singer (|(
< oiitinuod from PiiRe 1-A
kissing the ground." Mr. Roth-
berg recalled. "We could re-
member a time not so long ago
drive by setting new levels of
purchase from the outset of the
campaign. "A strong start in this
direction was made in the pre-
liminary events held in advance
of the conference," he declared,
"and support has grown steadily
with each passing day.
Jewish community for Israel's
future has never been greater,"
Mr. Bernstein added. We have
had many instances of this in
recent weeks and we expect the
conference to be the climax of
this impressive outpouring of
support for Israel this week-
end."
SAM POTHSfRG
when there was no Israel and
when we thought there never
would be one. It was an inspira-
tion for us to see Jews whose
lives had been imperiled only
hours before arriving safely in
a land where they were free to
Bve as they pleased. If ever we
real) ed the Importance of Israel
Bonds, it was at that moment
when we saw people's lives be-
Ing transformed before our very
eyes," he said.
Leo Bernstein, executive vice
- lent of the Israel Bond Or-
Itlon, said the confeience
will pave the way for a record
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Eabbi Joel Gef f en
10 Address Florida
: ilewish Men's Clubs
Dr. Joel S. Gcffcn of New York
,( J'ity. national spiritual advisor of
he -Notional Federation of Jewish
lion's Clubs, will address a special
""clinic of the Board of Directors
>' its Florida Region at 9:30 a.m.,
Sunday at Beth Torah Congrega-
lon, North Miami Beacli.
Rabbi Geffen is the director of
pin Department of Field Activi-
ties and Community Education of
The Jewish Theological Seminary
'' America. He will be presented
by UaJph Fistel of Miami, presi-
Idpnt of the Florida Region of the
National Federation, who will pre-
Btde at this meeting.
An important report on the
plans lor the forthcoming 43rd
,nnnal convention of the National
r ration of Jewish Men's Clubs,
whicl is to be held at the Caril-
on Hotel. Miami Beach from Sun-
day. IMay 28, through Thursday,
JuncM, will be made by Rabbi
Ofiii> and local cochairmen Abe
Sihofc, of Beth Torah Congrega-
tion, fend Myrim Levine of Tem-
|p!e Aiai, Hollywood, before lead-
ins ftiiresentativos of the Men's
IOubfJtf 25 Florida congregations
in lift Conservative Movement.
< Haiti Norman Shapiro of
TemfS". Zion. Miami, Regional
JpiiiMi-.l advisor, will be one of
the;Ai.\e participants in the meel-
Thfc National Federation of Jew-
ish itn's Clubs is affliated with
The feuish Theological Seminary
ol Ajir lican, the Rabbinical As-
Mrr.lAy, and the United Synagogue
ica.
Cmdr. Jacobs Is
Breakfast Guest
: Stuart K. Jacobs. USNR. '
oak on: "The Soviet Sea
Presence" at the regular
;, breakfast of Brotherhood
;|>le Beth Sholom, Sunday
i 13:?" a.m. in the Temple, 4144
;'hase Ave., Miami Beach, accord-
mg to an announcement made by
Aaron Farr. program chairman.
("m destroyers during the Korean con-
flict, was a Miami Beach High
Schlol student and earned his !
B.A. r" gree at the University of i
Miami He is a past lieutenant
governor of the Florida State
Kiuar. organization.
.Mar"in J. Steiner is president of
ie Brotherhood, which sponsors
Beth Sholom's Youth Scholarships
Program, and Dr. Leon Kromsn is
spiritual leader.
Gov. Askew, Ben Horowitz
In Salute To City of Hope
Florida's Gov. Reubin Askew
ami Bon Horowitz, executive di-
rector of the City of Hope pilot
medical center in Duarte, Calif.,
are expected to be present at the
special salute to the City of Hope
planned by its five South Florida
{chapters in the North Miami
Beach Auditorium Sunday. Gov.
Askew, past president of the Mar-
tin Louis Levin chapter in Pensa-
ila, 'ias proclaimed Feb. 27 City
(jf Hope Day in Florida.
While in South Florida, Mr.
Horowitz will have lunch with
Iculfs'ieam president James Donn,
Jr., and Mrs. Donn, who have
been -elected by the City of Hope
a- its Couple of the Year and
vi!l receive the 1972 Torch of
Ho e Award. Joining them will
b, re] esentative of the five South
Florida chapters, including Mrs.
C y Plasky, president and Bernard
Hoffman, past president of the
Miami Beach chapter, and Mrs.
A. J. Portnoy, president of the
South Broward chapter.
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ol miles of uncrowded beach the intracoastal. the lighthouse and inlet;
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Friday, Fobniary 25, 1972
CJA-IEF Campaign Events Scheduled
Farband Branch
Purim Luncheon
The Chaim Weizman Branch
Farband will hold a Purim lunch-
eon on behalf of the Greate- Mi-
ami Jewish Federation's 1972 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emerg-
ency Fund campaign Sunday at
the Algiers Hotel. The affair will
feature the noted artists, Sarah
and Hayim Fershko, according to
Moe Levin, chairman.
Z\i Kolitz, noted author, jour-}
naiist, motion picture and thoatri-1
ca) producer, will be the gues'. i
speaker at the event. Also par-
ticipating will \ie Dr. Irving Lehr-!
man, spiritual leader of Temple \
Emanu-El, and Arthur S. Rosi-;
chan, Federation's executive vice'
president.
Cochairmen of the committee In I
charge of arrangements are Manny |
Burstein, Bernard Furman, Zvi
Ka'.isky, and Dora Offenhenden.
Honorary' cochairmen are Simon
Ber.herzel, Morris Birnbaum, Isi-
dore Mishelov, Joseph Okun. and
Samuel Samet; Simon Lipsitz is
honorary treasurer.
Committee members include
Rose Abels, Soshanna Asness, Vera
Be^zer, Hyman Berland, Gertrude
Birnbaum, Anna Chaet, William
Donn, Ben Fetell, Viola Freed,
Charles Greenhauf, Isadore Hamer,
David Kam. Rose Katz, Sonia,
Katz Lea Levin, Jean Lew, David
Lippman. Catherine Lippman,
Charles Luchter, Rose Lutcher.
Fric-da Mailman, Anna Miller.
Charles Pachter, Julius Rubin-
stein, Goldie Rubinstein, Anna
Samet, Sam Schifman, Harry
Sherman, Ben Silver, Alick Silver-
Stein, Dora Soffer and Anna Stone.
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Byron Gardens
Israeli Night
The residents of Byron Gar-
dins will hold their annual Is-
raeli night on behalf of the Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation's 1972
( 'ibined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Elks Lodge Hosting State
President Robert Grafton
Miami B;>ach Elks Lodge 1601
Will be host to the president ol the
Florida State Elks Association,
Robert Grafton, of Riviera Beach,
who will be accompanied by his
wife and by other Elks dignitaries
Saturday evening. On arrival bis
party will be greeted by Ted Co-
her:. exalted ruler, and by South
District vice president Larry Hoff-
man, of the Miami Beach Elks
Lodge.
Mr. and Mrs. Grafton will be
the honored guests at an informal
5:30 p.m. reception and cocktail
paity at the club followed by a
banquet at 7 p.m.
Beth David USY Holds
Annual Purim Carnival
Beth David USY will hold its
third annual Purim Carnival Sun-
day from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on
the South Campus, 7500 SW 120th
St., it has been announced. The
children's Megillah service will
take place at the same location
Monday from 7 to 8 p.m.
Purim Magillah readings are
also scheduled in the Coral Way
chapel Monday at 6 p.m. and Tues-
day at 7 a.m.
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Emergency Fund campaign at 8
p.m. Wednesday.
The guest speaker at the event
will be Rachel (Mrs. M-^yer)
Abramowitz, the University of
Miami's special observer to the
International Conference of So-
vietologists held recently in Israel.
Also scheduled is the presenta-
tion of two UJA movies: "A Time
To Build" and "A Time To Re-
joice "
The chairman for the affair is
Menasba Feldstein; honorary
chairmen are Carl Ockman and
Nathan Seiler. Vice chairmen in-
clude Dr. Fred Bender, Milton
Grossman, Edward Kane, Sam
Neshkin, Irving Prince and Issac
Yagodnick; Otto Theodore is
secretary.
Included in the executive com-
mittee are Abe Bakas, Jacob
Biniakonski, Israel Mindlin, David
Wagshul and Samuel Wiener. The
women's committee includes Mrs.
Milton Grossman, Mrs. Irving
Prince and Mrs. David Wagshul.
tit tit tit
Arlen Beach Apts.
Breakfast Meeting
A breakfast meeting will be
held by the residents of the Arlen
Beach Apartments on behalf of
the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion's 1972 Combined Jewish Ap-
peal-Israel Emergency Fund cam-
paign at 10:30 a.m. Thursday,
March 2.
The featured speaker at the
event will be Ben Essen, promi-
nent local attorney and chairman
of the CJA-IEF campaign high-
rise and resilience division.
The Arlen Beach campaign ef-
fort is chaired by Mrs. Arthur
Winarick. Her committee includes
Mr. anc"1 Mrs. John Berman, Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Block, Mr. and
Mrs. Morris M. Fcurstein, Mr.
and Mrs. Myers L. Girsh, Mr. and
Mrs. Jacob Goldblum, Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Gottfried, Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Grunther, Mr. and
Mrs. Ralph Haft, Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Krantz, Mrs. Bert Lember,
Dr. and Mrs. Jack Marcus, Mr.
and Mrs. Morton Pinkwasser, Mr.
anc'i Mrs. Jack Pinsky, Mr. and
Mrs. Carl Schlindler, Mr. and Mrs.
Philip Silverman, Mr. and Mrs.
Murray Sternberg, Dr. and Mrs.
Toseoh Wells and Mrs. Lauretta
G. Wolland.
Octagon Towers
Breakfast Set
Octagon Towers residents will
hold their annual breakfast on be-
half of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation's 1972 Combined
Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Fund campaign at 10 a.m. Sun-
day, March 5.
Author, Journalist am"- lecturer
Seymour B. Liebman will be the
featured speaker.
Chairman of the building's CJA-
IEF campaign is Harry Sheer. The
cochairman is Harry J. Weiss and
the honorary chairmen are Mr.
and Mrs. Nathan Podel.
The campaign committee includes
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Beer, Mr
and Mrs. Alex Blechman, Mr. and
Mrs. Joe BravermarJ, Mr. and
Mrs. Dave Cobden, Mr. and Mrs
Irving Kaplan, Mr. anc- Mrs. Sam-
uel Keith, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
Mazo, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Miller
Mrs. Rose Rosenoff, Mr. and Mrs
Morris Spierer and Mr. and Mrj.
Bernard F. Stolinsky.
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Friday, February 25, 1972
+Jewlsti l'forHtm Page 9-A
In June, 1970, a bus carrying Israeli school
children was blown apart by terrorist bombs;
3 of the children were blinded.
7 were mutilated.
2 were killed.
Today, Egyptian missiles made in Russia
stand seconds away from striking the
heart of Israel.
1 Maybe it never entered your mind that the
entire country of Israel could be turned into
a concentration camp. To hold all the people
who've committed the terrible crime of
building a country out of the strength and
agony of their souls.
Think about
There are Vli million Jews now living in
Israel. More than twice that number
of Jews were murdered at places like Dachau
and Buchenwald and Auschwitz.
At Auschwitz, men dreamed of Israel.
Their dream must live.
Your contribution will help keep Israel strong. And help Jewish immigrants from Russia. And Jews in need in your own community. And around the world.
Support The Greater Miami Jewish Federation's Combined Jewish Appeal and Israel Emergency Fund Campaigning
Greater Miami Jewish Fedcration-4200 Biscayne Blvd., Miami, Ha. 758-3321. jtjg
Robert Russell, President, Harry A. Levy. Campaign Chairman, Arthur S. Rosieoan, Executive Vice President.
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Friday, February 25. 1972
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J he fCabbi .^peitws jf-roitt Jhe f^ulpit
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Remember Not To Forget
By BABltl MOKKIS A. SKOP .lestruction of human beings by
Tr-mpto- Sholom. I'omnano Beach Hitler.
Rabbi Skop
The Sabbath before our holiday
ol Purim is known as Shabbat
Zoehor, our Sab-
bath of Remem-
brance.
What are we
asked to re-
memlxr? From
a specially as-
signed reading
from the Book
of Deuterono-
my, Chapter 25. >
we reread the >
story of Kin
Amalek, who
ruthlessly at-,
tatfted the defenseless and weak
Israelites in the wilderness and
later opposed Israel's entrance ii-
to ihe Holy Land. They ore im-
placable enemies and constantly
Bought the destruction of the Heb-
rews. They could not be reason".!
with nor controlled In their hatred
and rages and attacks.
There is a tradition that Hainan
was a descendent of this bigoted
and heartless people. Hence, as
we approach the Festival of
Purim. we are warned to remem-
ber that there aie cruel enemies
who hate and seek the destruction
.: our i>co[>le.
Quiz Box
We are warned to remember
that there are such mentally and
emotionally sick iieople who just
hate Jews and are busy plotting
our destruction. Against such
people, Israel is on the alert.
Against such human beings we
must be prepared to defend our-
selves ... as our very survival
is at stake.
Hainan disliked one Jew
Mordecai but he turned his
blind hatred against all Jews and
sought to destroy "young and old
. men. women and children."
Hitler raved that there were no
good Jews, and that all should be
exterminated.
These are the mad thoughts of
depraved men, so Shabbat Zochor
. the Sabbath of Remembrance
. comes along to warn us to
beware of the machinations of
such sick people who may grasp
lower and seek to destroy the
trusting Jew who is constantly
taught to love humanity.
We are taught to "remember
not to forget" thai such i>eople
exist and often rise to power and
influence. It is for us, and other
thinking human beings, to help
Hot from the human heart the
cruel spirit of Amalek.
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SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Some of this feeling is in the We must ever seek to protect
h< art of Sadat ... it was the ourselves from such hostile en-
rmination of Nasser and no emies. Such opponents force the
, .___,. I people who seek peace to take
floitht motivates mean and power- .,-.. j
I tii> arms for sell-protection and
ful leaders in government counsels survival. But we pray and work
and is exemplified in the life and ) for better days and better people.
.


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Feb. i:

Ch. 4. 8:30 a.m. The First Estate
(Repeated on Ch. 2 at 5:30 p.m.]
Host: Rev. Luther C. Pierce
Topic: "Review of Ecumenism"
Guests: Rabbi Herbert M. Baumgard. Temple Beth
Am, Father Donald Connolly and Rev. Albert
Schmidt
Ch. 10. 9:30 a.m. The Jewish Worship Hour
Host: Rabbi Sol Landau, Beth David Congregation
Ch. 7. 10 a.m. The Still Small Voice
Host: Rabbi Morris Kipper, Temple Judea
Topic: "Summer in Israel"
Guests: Aiyeh Rokeach. Sari Axelrod,
Sherry Ann Lee anil Bruce Goldstein
-
BY RABBI DR. SAMUEL J. FOX
Since God is everywhere, why
miutt Jewish tradition insist tip
ou u s|H-ci:ii place for offering
prayers such as a synagogue?
The requirement for this is ex-
plicitly stated in the Talmud
(BerHkot 6Bi. The rabbis seemed
to find support for this require-
ment in the Biblical description
of Abraham when he offered pray-
ers to save the wicked cities of
Sodom and Gomorrah.
According to the Bible. "Abra-
ham hurried to the place where
he stood before the Lord" (Gene-
sis 19:27). This is taken to indi-
cate that Abraham seemed to
have established an appointed lo- j |
cation where he prayed to the
Almighty.
Having a designated place to
pray shows that prayer is inten-
tional and purposeful. Just leaving
it to chance without having a
specific place to pray, somehow
indicates that one assumes prayer j
to be rather coincidental and
somewhat mechanical.
Thus, even when one is pray-
ing individually, he should have
a special spot chosen in which i i
to pray. The designated place for
public prayer, i.e., the synagogue,
has the added feature that it is a
place of communal prayer. One
prays there as a member of the
community, a community amongst
whom the Almighty dwells.
Why is it that when the Can-
tor repeats the liturgy on Friday i
evening, he does it in an ab-
breviated iiiriu and not in its
full form as is (he case at other
times when he repeats the
liturgy?
Basically, the liturgy of the
Shmoneh Esreh (18th. really 19th I
benedictions) is not repeated at
the evening service because there \
is a question as to whether the
evening service is of the same |
basic nature of required liturgies
as are the morning and afternoon
services.
Thus, any repetition of the even-
ing service on Friday evening has
a special reason. The reason is \
so that the latecomers might have
a chance to catch up with their
prayers while the Cantor is chant-
ing the abbreviated repetition and
thus be able to walk home in
the company of their fellow wor-
shippers instead of being left alone
while others depart.
In order to show that the re-1
petition of the liturgy on Friday :
night is not of the same basic j
requirement as the repetition
every morning and afternoon, the \
repetition takes an abbreviated
form. In this way the worshipper
is made to realize the exact nature .
of thus liturgical tradition.
(From the files of the JTA)
Tetzaveh
"And thou shalt command the children of Israel that they
bring unto thee pure oil, beaten for the light ." (Gen. 27:
20-30: 10)
roiMTiY GARMENTS: Aau.u and his sons. Nadab and
Abihu, Eleazar and Ithamar, were chosen by God to serve as
priests. One of their functions was to keep the lamps of the
Menorah burning continually in the sanctuary, the oil for the
lamps being provided by the members of the general community.
When officiating in the sanctuary; all the priests were to wear
special garments, but Aaron, as high priest, was to be robed in
distinctive vestments made by skilled craftsmen: the Ephol a
short garment worn around the body under the arms, reaching
down to the waist and made of the same material as the curtains
and veil of the tabernacle with the addition of golJen thread
woven into the fabric; the Breastplate of Judgment a piece of
similar material doubled over at the bottom to form a pouch
about nine inches square with the upper part fastened by two
golden chains to the shoulders of the Ephod, and the lower by
two golden rings bound by threads of blue to two corresponding
rings in the Ephod; the Robe of the Ephod a large sleev. less
garment worn underneath the Ephod made entirely of blue ma-
terial with an opening at the top. (to allow it to be drawn ovei
the head) reinforced by a border of woven work to prevent tear-
in, and a fringe adorned with pomegranate-shaped bells of richly
colored material, alternating with golden bells; the Mitrea
turban of linen, to the front of which a plate of pure gold was
attached, engraved with the words "Holy to the Lord." Aaons
other garments consisted of a woven tunic, girdle and breeches.
pll mar's of linen.
CONSECRATION OF THE PRIESTS: The consecreation of
Aaron and his sons was confimed. Aaron was arrayed in his robes
bj Moses and his head was annointed with oil. Various sacrifices
were brought for atonement and dedication and a number of sym-
bolic rituals were performed. These rites were repeated daily for
seven days.
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I
Jarring To Visit Jerusal
Continued from Page l-A
a brief vacation, may not re-
turn to meet the Swedish di-
lcmat who is seeking to begin
Arab-Israeli discussions aimed
at peace in the Middle East
Dr. .Inrrinr, u oDerating und"r
a United Nations mandate to
seek an overall solution to the
Arab-Israeli dispute which be-
gan with the U.N. partition of
Palestine in November. 1947. He
is also seeking to implement a
United States proposal for an
interim extension of the cur-
rent case-fire through a separ-
ate arrangement embracing the
Suez Canal and surrounding
territory.
Even as Dr. Jarring's mission
was announced. Israeli defense
forces began their most exten-
sive manuevers since the Six-
Day War of June, 1967. Air-
craft and armored forces took
part under the personal inspec-
tion of Defense Minister Moshe
Dayan and Israeli Chief of Siaff
David Elazar.
leni Soon
Soviet Defense Minister, Mar-
shal Andrei A. Grcchko con-
<'" this week in which he visited
, Egyptian m'l'tarv position* ai-ng
the Suez. He expressed "satis-
| faction with the training and
combat standards of U.A.R.
forces."
B&P Chapter of 0RT Meets
The Miami Business and Pro-
fessional Chapter of Woman's
American ORT was to hold its re-
gular o|>en monthly meeting.
Thursday at 7:45 p.m. in the Hos-
pitality Room of Chase Federal
Savings and Loan, 425 Arthur
Godfrey Rd. Russ Schaeffer of
All Points Travel will be the fea-
tured si>eaker.
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ervtces
MIAMI
A H A V A T SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox
Cantor Aron Ben Aron. 1
ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowitz 2
St. Conservative. Cantor Nathan
Parnass. 11
ky. Cantor Maurice Mair.chei. 19
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BETH RAPHAEL (Temple). 1545
Jefferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
David ftaab. Cantor Saul Breeh. 20
--------
BETH SHOLOM ( Temple). 4144
Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kronish. Cantor David Conviser. 21
BETH TFILAH 935 Euclid Ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-
ky. 22
EETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. Ken.
dall Dr. S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. 3
1' .l.i 10 p.m. Pr. Harry M. Orlln-
Sky will speak on the subject of:
"Archaeology -out the Bible."
EETH DAVID. 2626 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau.
Cantor William W. Lipson 4
Prlday B M p.m. Sermon: "Without a
Kobe." Baturdsj I a.in. Bar Mltsvah:
Abraham, eon of Mr. and Mrs. Philip
Medvra.
EETH EL. 500~SW~17th Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi H. Rothman S
EETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Leon Segal.
il \ s:l." fin. Sermon topic! "The
Power to Remember" followed l>v
pa ShabbHl hosted by Sfaterheod.
Honda) i i> n Celebration of Purim,
EETH TOV (Temple). 8438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Cantor Seymour
Hinkee 8
=
ISRAEL (Temple) OF GREATER
Miami. 137 NE 19th Street. Reform.
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. 10
I \ 1:18 p.m. Rabbi Harry Tal>-
: ehnlkoff will di.- usa "No Fault lli-
J-.alon _
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
OR OLOM (Tempie) 8755 SW 16th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph
Glixman. 13
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein. 14
Prlday 8:15 p.m. Topic: "Thank Bod
for our present day Esther and 'Mord-
cliai's' who can hold their ground
against present *lay Hainan's."
--------------
ZION (Temple) 8000 Miller Rd. Con-
servative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro.
16
Friday R:tO p.m. Topic: "A N'ew Exo-
dus for Soviet Jewry." Saturday t*
am. liar Mltsvah: Barry, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Kusnick.
AIM
TIFERETH JACOB (Temple). 951 E.
4th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Na-
than Zolondek. 15
Friday S:lj p.m. Sermon topic: "Thc
Cbncept of Charity Is wot The
Amount. I'.ut How It Is Given." Sat-
urday 9:30 am. Monday. Purim serv-
NORTH MIAMI
BETH MOSHF CONGREGATION
13630 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
Rabbi Joseph Gorfinkel, Cantor Ben
Zion Klrschenbaum. 85
MIAMI BEACH
AGUDATH ISRAEL, 7801 Carlyle Ave.
Orthodox. 17
BETH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGREGA-
TION, 843 Meridian Avenue. 22-A
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox
Rabbi Dow Rozencwaig. 23
EMANU-EL (Tempie). 1701 Washing-
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler. 24
Fridav 8:10 p.m. lie Rabbi Henry Mi, h.linaii. Satur-
day 1' a.m. "The Weekly Portion of
The Bible." Monday 7 p.m. Purim
services.
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Plnetree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross. 25
CONS. AN-NELL (Brancn of He-
brew Academy). 7th St. and Merid-
ian Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham
Ben-Hillel. 25-A
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington
Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H.
Stern. Cantor Meyer Engel. 26
ward Klein 29
Friday 8:15 p.m. Topic: "The Many
Facets Of Anti-Semitism."
OHEV SHALOM- TO55 Bonlta Or.
Orthodox, Rabbi Phineas Weber- |
man. SO j
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 6*5
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmias. 31
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1542-
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi Avrohorr
Groner 32
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER, 1720 79th Street Cause-
way, North Bay Village. Corserva-
tiva. Rabbi Philip Fried. 32-A
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
ADATH YESHURUN (Temple). 1025
NE Miami Gardens Dr. Conserva-
tive. Rabbi Milton Schlinsky. Can-
tor Nathaniel Schub. 33
BETH TORAH. NE 164th St. at 11th
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Jacob Renzer. V
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St
Conservative. Rabbi Charles Rube'
and Mrs. Leonard Bharlet.
ZAMORA (Tempie) -H Zamora Avs.
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell Berg-
er. Cantor Merdecai Yardeini 41
Friday 8:15 p.m. Topic: "Keeping Up
With Jewwh Life." Baturday 8:45
a.m.. '.':.".", a.in
SURFSI0E
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION.
9293 Harding Ave., Surfside, Town
Hall Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac D. Vine.
80
FT. LAUDERDALF.
BETH ISRAEL (Temple). 547 E. Oak.
land Park Blvd. Rabbi Akiva Bril-
liant. Cantor Maurice Neu. 42
EMANU-EL. 3245 W. Oakland Park
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Arthur J. Ab-
rams. Cantor Jerome Ktement. 4*
P0MPAN0 BEACH
SHOLOM (Ten.pie). 132 SE 11th Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Morris A. Skoo
Cantor Ernest Schrelber. 4
Cantor Jack Ler.ier.
M
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th *t Orthodox.
Rabbi Berel Wetw. 18
BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir.
KNESETH ISRAEL, 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield
Cantor Abraham Seif. 2T
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MENORAH (Temple). 680 75th St
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Nlco Feldman. 28
Fridav 8:15 p.m. Bat Mltsvah: Hillary.
daughter of Mr and Mrs. Bdgar
Schraub. Saturday 9 a.m.
NER TAmili tiempiej. 80th St. an*
Tatum Waterway. Conservative.
Rabbi Eugene Labovltz. Cantor Ed-
SINAI (Temple) o' NORTH DAOE
18801 NE i!2nd Ave. Reform. Rahb'
Ralph P. Kingsley. Cantor Irving
Shulkes. 37
SKY LA.tE SYNAGOGUE. 18151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E.
Caplar 38
Friday B p.m. Saturday !' a in Bi I
Boon: "Ttie Light of Cl-d. Tin- Etooro
of All Peace."
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER
MIAMI. 990 NE I71it St. Orthodox
RabL-i Naftali Porush. 39
?ORAl*GABLES
JUDEA (Temple) 5500 Grenada Blvd
Reform. Rabbi Morris Kipper r
Friday T:l! p.m. Sermon topic "I i
Defense of Kahane." Baturday 11:18
a.m. Bar Mltsvah: Philip, son ,.f .\ii-
MARGATE
MARGATE JEWISH CENTER. 6101
NW 9th St.
HALLANOAIE
HALLANDALE JEWiSH CENTER
Rabbi Max J. Weitz. Cantor Rev.
Jacob Danziger. 126 N.E. 1st Ave.
44
HOUYW0OD
BETH EL (Temple). 1351 8. 14th Ave.
Msform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffa. 48
PTld R'l." p.m Annual I'urim Kani-
11) Service; reading of Ihe kfegtllah.
BETH SHALOM (Temple). 1728 Mon-
roe'St. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Ca'tor Irving Gold. *
SINAI (Temple). i?C! johnson St.
*"rva*ive. Rabbi David Shapiro-
Cantor Yehuda Heilbraun. 47
MIRAMAR
ISRAEL (Templet M20 SW SMn St.
Cons-rvative. Rabbi Avram Drszin
Cantor Abraham Koster. 48


Friday. February 25. 1972
+Jew is* Her Mian
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Max Leraer
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KINGSTON, Jamaica
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The general election) in Jamaica
"ill be held on Feb. 29, and they offer a Rood case history in the
i <>]itics of a developing country, i write as an interested visitor
oven a long period both before and since independence who
cares too much about the Ions-range welfare of the island to
get caught in its immediate partisan politics.
The electron campaign here is mercifully brief, but mor in-
lenslve than the much more protracted one in the United States.
It takes place in a series of local, outdoor party rallies, which
g< Herat;- more noise than light, and on the battle page of the is-
land's excellent newspaper, the Daily Gleaner, and in a sequensc
': remarkable full-page Gleaner ads by both parties, which lake
the place of American TV spots, but arc less expensive and (for
this reader! far more Interesting.
tr BOTH MAJOR PARTIES here arc labor parties, and each
looks back to a founding father. The older of the two the
Jamacian Labor Party has it< base of support among the rural
poor, the older trade unions, the business groups an,: the landed
whites. The people's National Party draws its support from the
newer unions, the more militant blacks, the urban unemployed,
the students and the small but growing technical and profes-
sional group.
The panics ai'e now untie'- second-generation leaders. Hugh
Shearer, the prime minister and the head of the JLP, learned his
political skills under Alexander Bustamente, a salty, flamboyant
l.'ihoi leader whom the British imprisoned and later knighted.
He lacks the old mar's ease and tire, bill he has grown into
power effectively, commands it well, has kept some able men
around him and is a formidable man to displace. Michael Manley,
the opposition leader, lacks the brilliance and verbal grace of
his father, Norman Manley, who founded the PNP, but he shows
great promise and may have a more realistic flair for politics. If
i!ic JI.P is centrist, the PNP Ls more like the British Labor
Party today, with a moderate and a left wing.
* V V
FOR TUB PAST li> YKARS, the JLP has ran the govern-
ment, and the PXP has been out of power and hungry for it. This
may say more about their current attitudes than anything else.
The opposition party talks darkly of corruption in high places
and uses ihe broom as it? symbol, emphasizing that it is time
for a change. The government party talks darkly of the socialist
dogmas ot its Opponents and uses the bell as its symbol, ringing
presumably for vigilance. II says the change has already come,
and points to Its record of modernization.
Where Hugh Shearer wants some of Bustamente's magic
Tor the little people to rub off on him. Michael Manley likes to DC
called "Jo=hua," and holds aloft the "rod of correction," presum-
ably handed on from Halle Selassie. Thus two highly competen'.
modern men arc political enough to pay tribute to the element of
the irrational in the fealty of the people.
b -Cr H
BIT Tire JAMACIAN parties suffer less from ideological
politics than in most other developing nations. The Jamacians are
politics than in most other developing nations. The Jamacians are
with a wry folk wisdom of their own and with no great hanker-
in- for the dry and bitter fruits of ideology. The trouble with
dogma is that its victims see the world through blinkers, which
narrow and distort the real world which the government of a
new nation must deal with the marketing of sugar, bananas,
industrial products, the recruiting of skills, the managing of for-
eign exchange and internal credit, the borrowing and develop-
ment of technologies, the control of populations.
Jamaica Is lucky in one important sense, since its two party
leaders arc both trade union leaders, and trade union activism in
politics channels much of the energy that might otherwise get
dammed up or go into political turbulence. But it shares with
Other developing nations the great tragic trap: As it moves (un-
dei either party) from labor-intensive to technology-intensive
projects, Its rate of growth (in Jamaica's case a healthy 6',f )
goes along with a joblessness which is made worse by a too-high
hut hi ate and baby sprawl.
a AND FOR EVERY government there will be the additional
nightmare of having to find or train technical and managerial
skills at the very time when the seductions of the world outside,
drain them away from the home country.
Local Postoffices
Take Applications
For U.S. Passports
Pi astmaster E., M. DunUp has
announced that beginning Feb. 22.
three post offices in the Greater
Miami area will accept applica-
tions for U.S. Passports.
Applications will be scented I
Monday through Friday diiniv: t
regular business hours at the Main
Office, .'ico NE l=t Ave.: Coral
Gables Branch, 251 Valencia Ave.. I
"oral Gables, and Miami Beach ]
3ranch, 1300 Washington Ave.
Miami Beaeh.
Other offices in the South Flor-
'da area providing this new ncrv-
ee are Hialeah. Hollywood, Port |
Lauderdale, and Pomsano Beach,
accordinjr to Postmaster Dunlap.
The volume of international !
travel is Increasing steadily and
it is clear additional ways are
needed to accommodate the in-1
creasing number of L'.S citizens
applying for passoorts, but adjudi-
cation and issuance of passports
still remains the responsibility ol
the Stale.; Passport Office In
Washington, D.C. and field agen-
cies in malor cities of the United
States, he said.
U-M School Of Music Schedules Auditions
The University of Miami School
of Music will hold auditions March
11 for students wishing to apply
for admission or seeking scholar-
ship assistance in the 1972-73
academic year. The session starts
at 9 a.m. in the School of Music
complex, main campus.
The audition interviews, con-
ducted by faculty members, will
cover all band and orchestral in-
struments, voice, keyboard and
harp. Awards vary from partial
to full scholarships, based irti dem
onstratcd musical ability, aca-
dl mie record and financial nee I.
Interested students' should "trail Lie
School for an appointment.
Gala Purim Party
AI Agudatb Israel
The Agu'ath tsrael Hebrew In-
stitute, TKi Carlyle Ave. Miam'
Beach, will observe thp Fe tlvnl
r( Purim Mondav evening, ctart-
Ine with the reading of the Megil-
lah at 7 p.m.
A gala Purim celebration wi"
follow at 8 p.m. featuring Sylvia
"Sunny" Ross, operatic soprano
and star of radio and television.
singing contemnorary and poonla'
Jewish songs; Mr. and Mrs. Phil-
lip Nashkin, who will narrate and
sin1: the Purim story adapted from
Shalom AMchem, and Cantor
Joseph M. Malck, who will render
the cantorial Intcrlu s.
The traditional "hamentashen"
and other refreshments will be
served.
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Friday, February 25, 1972
)
Theodore Bike I Cocktail
Reception Guest Of Honor
Renowned movie, television and i lias been articulate enough to
stage star Theodore.. Bik^U. a .>;.|,}'.pitfjyseaflern Gn local, national
chairman of the national govern-' and international problems.
Mr. Bikel recently recorded Jew-
ish cultural songs from Soviet
Russia in the album "Silent No
More" which was based on tapes
smuggled out of Russia. All pro-
ceeds from the sale of this album
go to scholarships for Soviet Jews
at the Hebrew University.
ing council and national vice presi-
dent of the American Jewish Con-
gress, will be guest of honor at a
cocktail reception for life mem-
bers of the Women's Division from
3 to 5 p.m. at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Silvers, 6500 N. Bay
Rd., Miami Beach.
Mr. Bikel. who will be appear-
ing in concert at the Dade County
Auditorium Saturday at 8:30 p.m..
has been for many years in the
forefront of Jewish and humani-
tarian causes. He is one of the
few entertainment luminaries who
Persons desiring further infor-
mation on enrollment as a life
member of American Jewish Con-
gress should contact Yosef Yanich.
executive director, 1190 NE 125th
St., North Miami, Fla. 33131 or
Mrs. Muriel Meyerson, 2980 Point
Kast Dr., Apt. 406D, Miami, Fla
33160.
Temple Menorah llolil-
Annual Purim Carnival
Temple Menorah will hold its
: annual Purim Carnival from 10:30
a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday according
to Bertha Ginsburg, president of
Parents of Menorah.
The carnival, which will be held
on Carlyle Ave. at 75th St.. will
feature professional booths and
rides, including a "Moon Walk."
There will also be a cake sale,
"flea market" and drawing for a
color TV, donated by Mr. and Mrs
William Sucher.
".
Ferdinand Goldberg of Hoiian-
dale, who has been appointee,
chairman of the advisory com-
mittee which serves the First
National Bank of Bay Harbor Is-
lands, is a former resident of
New York City, where he was
president of the c-mmeicicl fi-
nancing and real estate loan
firm which bore hta name. Prior
to forming his own company,
he served as vice president of
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Singer, religioun chairman.
The convention is planned in
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serve the holiday in the traditional
manner.
On their return, the two boys
will teach their fellow teenagers
how to make prayer shawls and
other religious garments. The
class, set up by Marty Listowsky,
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cation, will be held Tuesday and
Thursday from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m.,
at the temple.
Purim Party Auction Set
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Friday, February 25, 1972
+Jewlsti Fhrkfiairi
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letters to the editor
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
It was nice to see the names of
those Jewish youth leaders, some
of whom I know because I am
on^myselfT on UwrK-Wepcnsive^
double page ad for Hubert Hum-
phrey last week. At the same time
they question those candidates for
President who are exploiting the
"Jewish issue" and insulting
some of us by saying it they
r
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op
\ Continued From Tage 4-A
IN THESE unfavorable con-
ditions, there are also bound to
be heavy countervails costs to
E 'I against the gains, if any.
This will still be true if i' is
possible to count on such r-du-
|ationa] gains as have been
made in White Plains and Berk-
eley which is doubtful.
Quite aside from the nation-
wide political tumult about mas-
sive, forced busing, the wide-
spread presence of acute ill will
is proved by the fate of most
American center cities of any
size in the last decade and a
half. In the center cities in this
period, for many different rea-
sons (including court orders in
Southern cities), the old neigh-
l>orhood school system has been
progressively weakened.
THE RESULT has been a
continuous, determined and enor-
mous flight from the center
cities of white parents with chil-
dren of school age. The census
and school figures are there to
prove it. So we are on the verge
of getting segregated, ghetto so-
lar cities which will certainly
benefit no one at all.
Judge Merhige has now de-
dared in his Richmond decision
that the remedy is to merge
the center city school districts
with the neighboring suburban
school districts, thereby leaving
the whites nowhere to flee to.
But in the first place this kind
of large-scale homogenization is
not even practical inside the
larger center cities themselves.
In New York City, for example,
it would require busing Man-
hattan's black schoolchildren to
outer Queens and remote Staten
Island and vice versa, too.
THERE ARE also other costs
and difficulties that no one
seems to compute. One is the
prospective cost to the children
themselves of en extra half-
hour a day (in Richmond) to an
hour-and-a-half a day (in such
a city as New York) that will be
required by long-range busing.
Another is the money cost. An-
other is the inevitable cost of
increased racial tension and ill-
will.
And that the majority of black
parents also prefer neighbor-
hood schools, beyond doubt. In
New York,, for example, they
have long had the option of
freely busing their children away
from their neighborhoods
to schools of their own choice.
Yet only the tiniest minority
well under 2% are currently
taking up this option.
RACIAL, costly school im-
provement in the neighborhoods
where the children are is an-
other way to offer quality edu-
cation to the children of the
poor both black and white. This
way was briefly tried in New
York City some years ago; and
when really supported, the New
York experiment achieved what
has not been achieved in White
Plains and Berkeley ghetto
third graders reading at a level
equal to the national average.
The experiment has been all
>ut dismantled now beoaus,- of
bitter hostility from some of the
liberal educationists, and. from
total want of support from any
of thorn. Take your own choice
between the two alternatives.
allow their names to be used for
the very same purpose. Also, I
was made to feel that the only
Jewish youth leaders were stu-
dents at the Hebrew. Agademvjac
McSWta HigriBchooir this just
isn't true!
As a Jewish youth, myself, and
with as impressive a title and
record in Jewish organizations as
any of my friends listed, I am
active on behalf of a candidate
Sen. George McGovern and I
commend them for their activity.
But not their "chutzpa" (to quote
one of their advertised words) in
trying to claim for their candidate
positions that are not quite true
in that he is "the only" this or
that, or attempting to distort his
position on Vietnam, or making
him out to be the complete civil
libertarian. (Do they know about
the Internal Security Act, creating
American concentration camps?)
When you really get down to
it. the great Jewish concern with
truth is really what this campaign
is coming down to. The New York
Post's noted columnist, Pete
Hamill, on Jan. 13, wound up his
remarks on the Democratic can-
didates by stating that "McGovern
has most of the young people al-
ready tied up (because) most
important, we can believe him. I
don't think George McGovern
knows how to tell lies ... In this
month, this year, the guy who tells
the truth best is George McGovern
from South Dakota."
And emmes is what this country
needs more desperately than any-
thing.
WAYNE BACKOFF
Miami
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
I want to commend your colum-
nist, Edward Cohen, for his efforts
to keep this presidential campaign
in proper perspective by calling
attention to over-abuse of the Jew-
ish issue on the part of some of
the candidates. I was pleased to
see the ad last week which echoed
in great part what Mr. Cohen has
been writing about, indicating that
one of the men who has been
guilty of this finally realizes it.
I am disturbed to read the claim
that Sen. Humphrey "has never
equated Israel and South Viet-
nam" while implying that all other
candidates do. Well, I have read
the literature of all the major
candidates and can find only Sen.
George McGovern on record with
a clear-cut statement on why he
has opposed the war in Vietnam
since 1963, and yet he has al-
ways been a strong supporter of
Israel.
Since Sen. Humphrey is only a
recent convert, it would be in-
teresting to find out when and
if he ever said anything which
would lead to such a doubtful
claim.
In his latest column, Mr. Cohen
states that only George McGovern
files his list of contributors in full
compliance with Florida "Sun-
shine" election law. Wouldn't it
be nice to know who paid for
last week's ad?
Sincerely,
DENIS A. RCSS
Miami
Concord Hotel To
Feature Peeree
During Passover
A significant addition to the
1972 Passover celebration at the
Concord Hotel, Kiamesha Lake.
N.Y. will be the presentation oi
"An Evening With Mr. Jan
Peeree" on Saturday, April 1. The
famous Metropolitan Opera star,
currently enjoying great success
in "Fiddler On The Roof," has
made special arrangements to ab-
sent himself from the Broadway
production in order to be present.
Through the years, the resort's
management (the Parker and
Winarick families), have gone to
great lengths to ensure the tradi-
tional observances of Passover,
to preserve tne sanctity of the oc-
casion, and to enhance the spiri-
tual atmosphere in which the
religious significance might best
be interpreted and appreciated.
Guests who attend the Passover
Sedorim in the Concord dining
room and traditional services in
the Concord Synagogue this year
will be privileged to hear Cantor
Herman Malamood and the 18
voice Concord Choir under the
direction of Maestro Sholem Se-
cunda. Services will be conducted
by resident Rabbi Seymour 10.
Freedman.
Lectures, seminars and special
programs including the annual
Concord Passover Concert em-
phasize the rich, traditional cul-
ture of the holiday. Special activi-
ties have also been designed for
both youngsters and teen-agers.
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Friday, February 25. 1972
This Week In History...
40 Years Ao This Weakl 1932 diclate is Arinlf Hitler."
German Chancellor Heinnch
BrueniiiK warned the Nazis they
would be haired from the military
if they; continued anti-Semitic in-
citemeBts.
The iKnate'Tii'k only 10 serirt5
1o confirm Ji;d!;e Benjamin N.
Cardozo as a Supreme Court Jus-
tus.
"BKRLIN The last obstacle
1o Hitler's legal candidacy for
the President of the German Re-
public, his lack of citizenship, was
removed through his npivointmont
io the post of attache at the Ber-
lin legation of the State of Bruns-
wick."
JTA editor Boris Sm.>lnr sailed
for Europe to visit Germany and
study "present Jewish condition!
in Soviet Russia."
"BERLIN The complete elim-
ination of Jews from participation
in the life of the country, with
their ultimate expulsion from
Germany, was formally made an
election plank of the National
Socialists, whose Presidential can-
The oldest Jewish woman in
j Poland, Nechama Zulewich, died
in Bialystock at 118.
10 Years Ago Ths Week: UMS2
i
Two thousand delegates to a
I three-day inaugural conference for
Israel Bonds bought $18.15 million
worth in honor of the 70th birth-
day of Kddie Cantor.
Yosef Tekoah. Israeli Ambassa-
dor to Brazil, was named envoy
to the USSR.
Rep. Charles A. Buckley (D
N.Y.) intnxiuced a resolution ask-
ing the House to ask President
Kennedy "to convey to the Soviet
Union an expression of the grave
concern of the people of the United
States over griming anti-Semi-
tism, and to seek assurances that
prompt and appropriate action be
taken to stop all forms of bigotry
and hatred against the Jewish
people now living in the Soviet
Union."
Josef Rosenaft of New York,
former chairman of the Central
Committee of the Liberated Jews
in Germany, formed the Bergen-
Belsen Assn.
Devaluation of the Israeli pound
caused the government to cancel
participation in New York's 1964
World's Fair.
Rep. Leonard Farbstein (D/
N.Y.) asked Congress to condemn
"recent manifestations of (Soviet)
anti-Semitism" and urge Moscow
"to adopt such measures as may
be necessary to guarantee human
rights."
Rep. Benjamin S. Rosenthal (D/
N.Y.i. winner of a special election,
i became the 12th Jewish member
of that session of Congress.
Dutch Queen Juliana pardoned
. Klizabeth van Moore, a Catho-
j lie who had served four months of
| a six-month .sentence for kidnap-
! ping a Jewish girl for 12 years
I after being entrusted with her
! by her parents before they wore
I incarcerated by the Nazis. The
I girl. Anneke Beekman. had her-
self sought the pardon.
(Prom On- rilea of tin- JTA)
Dr. Wolfe Kelman Sunday's
Speaker At Temple Eman-El
Dr. Wolfe Kelman, executive i er in this year's Forum Series
vice president of the Rabbinical Sunday morning at Temple
Assembly, will be the final speak- Emanu-El.
Now in its ninth year, the Sun-
day Morning Forum Series on the
theme "Judaism and the Religions
-of-tHe Works," begins at 10:30
a.m. in the Friedland Ballroom.
The Series, directed by Dr. Irv-
ing Lehrman, spiritual leader of
the congregation, opened on Sun-
day. Feb. 13, with Dr. Max Arzt.
vice chancellor of the Jewish
Theological Seminary. On Feb.
20. Dr. Bernard Mandelbaum,
president of the Jewish Theologi-
cal Seminary. continued the
theme.
Rabbi Kelman is a member of
the Governing Council of the
World Jewish Congress, and serves
as a non-governmental representa-
tive to the United States Mission
to the United Nations, lie is the
author of various studies and arti-
cles which have appeared in the
American Jewish Year Book."
Conservative Judaism." and other
mhlications.
Leonard Zilbert Reelected
President Of Hebrew Home
At a l-ecent meeting of the
board of directors. Leonard Zilbert
was elected by acclamation to his
LtONARD ZIIBERT
fourth term as president of the
Miami Beach Hebrew Home for
the Aged. i ,
Also unanimously elected by
acclamation was its board of direc-
tors, including A. C. Fine. Mrs.
Margaret Fine, Mrs. Sarah Levin.
Mrs. Ida Kostoff. Murray Kostoff,
Mrs. Ray I.ieherman. Mrs. Dorothy
Singer. Mrs. Rose Singer. Bern-
ard Weinberg, Jack Stein. Harry
Zuckerman. John Serbin and Shel-
don Zilbert. Only Sheldon Zilbert
had not previously been serving
on the board.
The president, who pledged to i
do everything in his power to in-
crease the facility's capacity by I
100 beds, through building an ad- !
liiional facility adjacent to the I
present buildings, announced plans
for the resumption of its Capital
Funds campaign, which was sus-
pended because of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation's Special
Gifts drive.
Quoting an old Hebrew apho-
rism. Mr. Zilbert declared, "If you
will it. it can be done. Nothing
can stand in the way of determina-
tion. And," he continued, "with
your help, this will be one of the
most fruitful years in the history
of the Home."
Peshkin Chapter Luncheon
Peshkin Chapter of Children's
Asthma Research Institute and
Hospital will hold its annual
luncheon Wednesdav. March 1.
at 11:30 a.m. in the Cotillion Room '
jof the Eden Roc Hotel. Proceeds
I will be for the benefit of children
suffering from asthma.
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The Officers and Board of Directors
of the
American Friends of the
Hebrew University
Cordially invite you to
THE 1972 TORCH OF LEARNING AWARD DINNER
at the Fontainebleuu Hotel. Miami Beach
on Sunday, March 5th
Guest Speaker:
BERNARD CHERRICK
lice President. The Hebrew Vniversity of Jerusalem
Special Guest Speaker:
THE HONORABLE
ELLIOT L. RICHARDSON
Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare
of the United States
Mr. Richardson will he bringing special greetings from
the President of the United States and his Administration
Dinner Chairman
ABRAHAM F. WECHSLER
Reception at six o'clock Dinner at seven o'clock
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Triday, February 25, 1972
t'Jewlsfi Hcrkfi&n
Page 15-A
6 American Leaders to Receive Awards
in ,.
At Hebrew University's
Second Annual Dinner
The second annual Torch of speaker. The university will be
Learning Award Dinner will be represented by Bernard Chcrrick.
held in Miami Beach's Fontaine- j vice president of the Hebrew Uni-
versity SHELDON 7.IPKIN, an anthropology major
from the University of Florida, is spending his
junior year at the Hebrew University of Jeru-
salem, taking such courses as "Palestinian Arch-
aeology," and ".Middle East Problems in Historical
Context." Sheldon, the son of Mrs. Selma Zipkin,
510 S. Shore Dr., .Miami Beach, is intrigue! with
the diversity of Israel. He is coming in contact
with "a full range of experiencesreligious, aca-
demic, cultural and social." His future plans, says
Sheldon, include a stint in the Peace Corns after
ber of its permanent policy com-
mittee.
The award is conferred "as a
mark of recognition for leaders graduation from the University of Florida and
then graduate studies in anthropology.
of American Jewish communities
who have influenced th > course of
higher learning in the United
Slates and Israel." In particular,
the awardees are honored for their
role in helping the Hebrew Uni-
versity continue to train and pro-
vide a constant stream of highly
trained personnel required for the
intellectual and technological
needs of Israel's sophisticated, in-
dustrialized society.
American Friends of the He-
brew University, which has its
national headquarters at 11 E.
69th St., New York City, channels
V
ABRAHAM f. WECHSLtR
Musician, Soldier, Athlete,
Restaurateur, Philanthropist
bleau Hotel Sunday. March 3.
The affair, sponsored by the
American Friends of the Hebrew
University will honor six promi-
nent figures in tewsh life from
five states an.: Canada Allan
Bronfman, Montreal; Martin
Hecht, Cape Girardeau, Mo.; Mrs.
Rose Klorfein, New York; Rubin
Fotoff, Hartford. Conn.; Herbert
S. Shapiro. Miami Beach, and
Jerome A. Weinberger, Cleveland,
Ohio.
Kach Torch of Learning laur-
eate will receive a bronze cast
statuette symbolic of the honor,
says "Israel has been a meaningful experience lor
me, never to !>! forgotten."
* tf #
THE HON. ELLIOT L. RICHARDSON
Secretary of Health,
Education and Welfare
cri ated by
Chaim Gross.
The dinner chairman is Abra-
ham F. Wechslcr of New York;
the Hon. Elliot L. Richardson,
Secretary or Health, Education
and Welfare, will be the guest
"A dream fulfilled" is what coming to Israel
has meant to JIDY MALAVSKY, daughter of
Rabbi und Mrs. Morton Malavsky, 1029 Washington
St., Hollywood. In the one year study program for
overseas students at the Hebrew University of
Jerusalem, this Kngiish Literature major from
Boston I'niversity is immersed in Judaic studies,
including Medieval Hebrew Poetry, Studies of
Medieval Commentators, and History of Israel.
Judy was active in many Jewish youth organiza-
tions at home, including I'SY and B'nai Brilii
69th St., New \ork tit v. channels .... ., ._ ..- ,, ,. on..
support of the university from the during high school, and H.llell at college. s..e
American Jewish community. One
of its principal e.oals is the spon-
sorship Of student exchange pro-
grams under which 2,000 American
Students, part of the 18,400 are I ,I( ,)Y siSSMAN. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Currently enrolled in the Hebrcs j m Slsmiln or ,.,, stillwater Dr.. Miami Beach,
is one of the *0 sity's one year study program for overseas stu-
dents. A political science major at Boston I'ni-
versity, she plans to return and graduate from
B.I'. Judy has a flat in Jerusalem and manages
her studying, shopping, touring and socializing in
what she describes as "passable Hebrew." She
calls this year "one of the most rewarding in my
life so far."
it t>
HOWARD KAIFMAN, 18, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Bernard Kaufman of nxa Hollywood Blvd., Holly-
wood, came to Israel right after graduation from
high school, and plunged into an intensive program
of physics and math studies at the Hebrew I'ni-
versity, along with Hebrew studies. "I decid-d to
spend a year in Israel." he says, "so I would have
enough time to really see the country and meet
the people." His science program is part of a
preparatory yew the university offers to students
who need their Hebrew or other subjects brought
up to University entrance requirements but
Howard plans to return to the I'nited States to
begin freshman studies next September.
fr & it
VICKY GOODMAN, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Ira Goodman, 8M NE 171st St., North Miami
Beach, is a junior-year-abroad student at the
Hebrew University of Jerusalem. A political sci-
ence major at the I'niversity of Florida, she will
return to Florida next fall to continue her studies,
bringing with her a year's creilit for courses she
is taking now at the Hebrew University which in-
clude Government and Society in Israel; Soviet
Foreign Policy Since World War II; and "Com-
BERNARD CHERRICK
Vice President
Hebrew University
University's tour campuses.
The organization also under-
writes far-reaching scholarship
programs in Israel that are de-
signed to make higher education
accessible to the underp "ivfleged
segments of the population, tc en-
able American students to >tudy
for a degree for a year or for a
summer in Jerusalem, to facilitate
exchangl S Of American and Israeli
teachers and to absorb the newly
arrived Russian Jewish students in
regular and special courses of
study.
In addition, American Friends
American sculptor has long-range building and main-
tenance programs and other cross-
cultural activities to develop
deeper understanding between
Israel and the United States and
to enrich the cultural life of the
American community.
SHELDON ZIPKIN
JUDY MALAVSKY
JUDY SUSSMAN
HOWARD KAUfMAN
VICKY GOODMAN
parative Revolutions." Vichy, who lives in a dormi-
tory OH Mount Scopus, the university's original
campus which was regained in 1 !>(>7 after being cut
off for III years, is enthusiastic about her stay in
Israel, saying ".My experiences here have taught
me more than any classroom ever could."
"I was curious about Israel," says JULIE
SILVERMAX, l!, son ol Mr. and Mrs. Martin C
Sllverman of 5221 Tyler St.. Hollywood, explain-
ing Whj he came to the Hebrew University after
a year at llroward Junior College. Enrolled in th
university's special one year stud,\ program for
overseas students, Julie has .lecided to stay on as
a regular Hebrew I nlveraitj student and go for
the B.A. in history. He says he has made main
Israeli friends, and concludes that "students are
(lie same everywhere."
'Torch Of Learning' Recipients
IIKKBERT S. SHAPIRO
Miami Beach
Attorneys spend much of their
professional lives seeing the scam;,
side of humanity; Herbert Sha-
piro sets his sights higher. His
legal career has combined public
service with private practice. His
interests are the health, eduction
and religious needs of his own
Greater Miami community and ol
the entire Jewish nation.
Jerome Weinberger
Rubin Potoff
Allan Bronfman
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Herbert S. Shapiro
Martin Hecht
Rose Klorfein
ROSE KLORFEIN
New York City
A woman of charm and under-
Standing; she devotes herself and
her resources to the relief, Buffer-
ing and distress of the needy and
unfortunate, both at home and in
Israel. Prominent among her in-
terests is the effort to bring hope
to the future of young women
newly arrived in Israel by pro-
viding shelter, guidance, and vo-
cational training.
MARTIN HECHT
Cape Glrardeanx, Md.
As a banker investing in the
buildings of the future and as the
first Jew ever appointed t<> a
State School Board in his native
Missouri, Martin Hecht combines
a keen appreciation of community '
needs with an unusual dedication
to public service. He has been one j
of the Missouri-Southern Illinois' \
most effective Jewish figures lor
15 years.
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JEROME A. WEINBERGER
Cleveland. Ohio
The brilliance and dynamism
that carried Jerome Weinberger
up through the ranks to the lead-1
ership of bis company have been
put at the service of 8 host of
local, national and international |
causes. He is an example of the1
new generation of leaders coming j
to the fore in American communal
life who view business success as b
public trust. I
RUBIN POTOFF
Hartford. Conn.
The typiCai American success
si iry, Rubin Potoff left the serv-
ice in 1946 with nothing but his
discbarge papers and an idea. His
one-man shop grew into one of
the major companies In its field.
And Rubin Potoff grew with it as
community responsibility kept pace
with business success as he he-
came one of Connecticut's most
prominent leaders.
ft ft ft
ALLAN BRONFMAN
Montreal, Canada
The House of Seagram became
an International headquarters of
philanthropy and public service
under the aegis of Allan Bronfman.
His long list of communal respon-
sibilities and achievement! make
it eminently clear why he is at
the helm of Canada's Jewish lead-
ership community and the vecip-
;ent of countless honors on many
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iJewiislh Floridian
SSSJ Reports On Recent
Developments In Russia
itcmi, Florida Friday. February 25, 1972
Section B
L Awards To Be Presented To
Floridian, Anna Brenner Meyers
The annual meeting of the
"leu ida Regional board of the
iti Defamation League of
MT. STAJKfr MARSH AIL
[B'nai B'rith at 9 p.m. Sunday
twill precede a 12:30 p.m. ban-
Iquet at which Mrs. Anna Bren-
Iner Meyers and the Jewish
I Floridian will receive hon*rs
(from the statewide ADL group
[at the Dupont Plaza Hotel.
JDL Official
Arrested In
Los Angeles
LOS ANGELES (JTA)
] Irving S. Rubin, 26. West Coast
I coordinator of the Jewish De-
fense League, was arrested last
week on a charge of assault
with intent to commit murder
against the Los Angeles Coun-
ty head of the American Nazi
Party. He wajs free on bail
after surrendering to authori-
ties.
Nazi leader Joseph Tomascl,
21, filed a complaint early this
month charging Rubin with fir-
ing several" shots at the Nazi's
car two days after a mass JDL-
iponsored demonstration Jan.
in front of the party's head-
rters in El Monte, a Los
Angi-les suburb.
The JDL and other local citi-
groups have been attempt-
to apply pressure on the El
te city officials to oust the
s, who call themselves the
ional Socialist White Peo-
Party, from their El Monte
quarters.
rock and bottle throwing
e erupted Jan. 30 at the
quarters site after the JDL
'chi d past the swastika-
ed building and then dis-
Forty i>ersons were ar-
teiteel and jailed on various
chr>" v however, as violence
brok< oat IxHwooii spectators
the uniformed Nazis, some
horn were carrying rifles.

ice To Pay $75 Million
Israel For Mirage Jets
PARIS (WNS) After four
nths of negotiations, France
Israel hare finally reached
!apreement under which Is-
will receive approximately
million as reimbursement
^the 50 Mirage V jets which
already been paid for but
^Krtheless were embargoed by
the late Pres. Charles De Gaulle
on tin' .-> of tlv- Six-Day War.
money includes the
jnt paid for the jets, plus
st for more than three
at the rate of 7% per year.
on tin
Th<
Mrs. Meyers will be presented
the 1972 Leonard L. Abess Hu-
man Relations Award as she
steps down from a long career
on the Dade County school board
which highlighted her lifetime
of service to her community and
the Jewish i>eople.
Fred K. Shochct, publisher of
the Jewish Floridian, will re-
ceive the first Jewish Communal
Service Award in behalf of
the newspaper, according to Wil-
liam M. Alper, chairman of the
ADL board.
The new award was created to
give recognition and encourage-
ment to those persons and org-
anizations whose service to the
Jewish community in Florida
has been particularly merito-
rious.
Dr. Stanley Marshall, presi-
dent of Florida State University,
will be the principal speaker at
the banquet. He is the president
of the Southern Association of
State Universities and Land
XOBERT M4CHT
Robert Macht
President Of
United Fund
Robert Macht. executive vice
president of Southeast Bancor-
poration, has been elected presi-
dent of the United Fund of Dade
County. He succeeds Frederick
E. Roach, who was elected chair-
man of the board of the United
Fund at the annual meeting.
Mr. Macht is former chairman
of the board of Jordan Marsh
and was executive vice president
of Allied Stores Corporation.
He was active in the Mercantile
Division of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation's Combined
Jewish Appeal for several years
and is a member of the Board
of Trusttees of the University
of Miami.
Elected to the executive com-
mittee of the United Fund for
1972 were Edmund N. Ansin,
Dr. Bernard Benes, Alvah H.
Chapman. Jr., Atwood Dun-
woody, Mrs. Charles H. Finkel-
stein, Edward G. Grafton, Col.
John A. Herberg, William L.
Pallot, A. M. Prade, Garth C.
Reeves, Joseph Robbie, Dr.
Everett Shocket, J. Bernard
Shumate. William D. Singer,
Edward T. Stephenson, Edward
F. Swenson, Jr. and Thomas C.
Wasmuth.
New members of the board of
trustees include Marie Brown,
Maurice Ferre, Robert Gerrish,
Maurice Gusman, Marshall S.
Harris, Steve Hertsie. Dr. Peter
Masiko, Harper Sibley and
David L. Zlska.
Grant Colleges and a member
of the Board of Regents of the
National Library of Medicine in
the Public Health Service.
Mrs. Meyers will be feted for
"outstanding leadership towards
furthering the goal of better hu-
man relations" and for her guid-
ance and counsel during some 19
years of participation on the
school board.
Mr. Abess, in whose honor
the award is named, is honorary
chairman of the Florida Region-
al board, Dr. Herbert Baum-
gard, Morton A. Kesler, Sylvan
H. Meyer and Mrs. Morton L.
Perry are vice chairman of the
board. Alfred Golden is treasurer
and Dr. Irving Lehrman is chap-
lain; Jack Kassewitz is chair-
man of the executive committee
and Burton Young is vice chair-
man.
NEW YORK (JTA) The
Student Struggle for Soviet
Jewry has reported that Sylva
Zalmanson Kuznetsov, 27, the
Jewish political prisoner serving
a 10-year term, has been grow-
ing weaker, is "not eating at
all" and is not working. She
has been reported in serious con-
ous condition for months.
In another development, the
SSSJ said Margarita Shpilberg
of Riga, wife of Arkady Shpil-
berg, who is serving a three-year
term, smuggled a document in
to him in Potma prison that he
could use to agree to her emi-
gration. But the document was
rejected by the authorities be-
cause Shpilberg signed in He-
brew and wrote in the wrong
date. A telephone call last week-
end to Mrs. Shpilberg. whom the
SSSJ had reached every week
heretofore, failed of success, the
student group said, when the
operator advised that "no one
by that name is in the city."
The SSSJ said it was not pos-
sible for her to have moved so
quickly.
Also reported by the Student
Struggle for Soviet Jewry were
the following developments:
Esther and David Markish, the
widow and son of Peretz Mark-
I ish, the poet executed in a Stalin
purge, have publicly renounced
their Soviet citizenship; on Feb.
1 they were again denied emi-
gration after months of efforts.
Also renouncing his citizenship
was Boris Kogan, a Moscow-
lawyer.
Vladimir Machlis of Moscow
has been told by the Ovir (visa
office) chief there that he will
not be allowed to emigrate un-
til the Middle East crisis is re-
solved; he was told that one
in his line of work cannot be
allowed to go to Israel now,
although the former pilot and
former journalist has been un-
employed since October.
Lev Naumovich Yagman, the
32-year-old engineer sentenced
to five years' imprisonment at
the second Leningrad trial, suf-
fered a heart attack but was
denied medical aid.
Maj. Mark A. Dymahitz, the
45-year-old pilot whose life sen-
tence at the first Leningrad trial
was reduced to 15 years, has
been transferred to a special
prison camp run by the KGB
(secret police).
David Taitelbaum, of an un-
specified city, has been denied
emigration for the second time
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Cuban Hebrew Committee
CJA-IEF Event March 5
Yeshiva Day School Choir
The Yeshiva Day Schl choir,
which is under the leadership of
Rabbi .Moshe Greebel. principal,
will be Kivin.n its third perform-
ance Wednesday "t 2 p.m. in the
Century 21 condominium, it has
been announced.
Now Available For Bookings
The choir is now available
for bookings; interested peatona
should contact the choral group
through the school, which i-; lo-
cated at 990 NE 171st St., North
Miami Beach.
The Cuban Hebrew committee
will hold a dinner-dance on behalf
:i 1 ircati Miami Jewish Fed
ii> 1 1972 CJA-IEF campaign
Sunday, Mai li 5 al the Kon-
nebleau Hotel. Reception is -.<
15 p.m. dinner win follow at 7.
Th affair, which fa also being
held in ci lebratlon or Israel's 24th
anniversary, i< under th,. auspices
ol (he Cuban-Hebrew CoruM-ega-
lion. the Cuban-Sephardic Hebrew
Congregation, the Cuban David
l"lis> Brunch of Fin-band an I the
H'nai B'rith Miami Latin Lodge
2796.
Kfiaiin Hatevy, counsellor of the
Israeli Bntbassy in Washington.
]">.(". i< the scheduled cues' sp-aker.
Music will he provided by the A!
Schor Orchestra.
In- ll-- committee is Rafael Kra-': Lcfln Sinister. $ebeca T,nu i, and
vec: vice directors are Victoria Sender Wolsoir
Adouth, Alberto Castiel, Zoila
Kozolezik, Gershon Kriger, Juan
Matalon, Boruch Shames and Noel
Shapiro.
Secretary Ls Isaac Silberberg;
vice secretaries are Dr. Isaac Co-
The executive committee inclu tea
Alberto Behar, Israel Bichachi, I
MOises Chorowsky, Antonio Das-
cal, Charles Dascal, Sholem Epel-
Iiaim Bcharo, beiba Garmlzo, I
baum. Abraham Fish, Salomon
hen, Saul Pundik, Raquel Genoa Garazi. Manuel Garmizo. Julio Gor-
and Benjamin Volpe. ; finkd, Dr. Abraham Guninsky,
initial sifts committee chairman j J.ulia I. is Herman Heisler; vice chairmen J^ilS!*! Julio Lips.tz. Sam-
are Max Garazi. Saul Ginsberg. \ M'' ma". %; Benjamin Man-
Isaac Olemberg, Benjamin Terner tel A,bert0 sm- Jarobo *orn"
and Salomon Yuken. Chairman of
new prospects is N'aum Rozen;
\ ice chairmen are Jacobo Binia-
konsky, Zoila Levin, Bertha Pun-
dik. Morris Salk. Ana Sapoznik.
eranc, Frank Rudman, Esther
Sza|K>cznik, Samuel Schwartz-
baum, Solia Schwartzbaum, Wolf
Szalkowiaz, Jaime Wenguer, Sonia
Zacioisky and Manuel Zaiac.
Second Half Of Aliyah TV Special On Ch. 4 Sunday
Second half of a two-part duett-
Honorary chairmen for the event
are Rabbi Dow Rofencwaig, Rabbi j mentary on Americans and Rus-
Meir Masliah Mclamed, Jack Ches-1 atons living in Israel will be tele-
ter. and Salomon Klein. Honorary cast on WTVJ. Channel 4. at 10:30
vice chairmen are Samuel Gal- iirn- Sunday. Presented by the
fond, Moises Levin. Isaac Yagod-1 television and radio commission
nick. Ami on Yuken. Abraham ol the New York Board of Rabbis,
oisky, the program is aired here under
the auspices of the Israel Aliyah
of WTVJs "Look Up ami Live"
series presented each Sunday at
10:.10 a.m.
General campaign chairman Cor
the c arm Itt Is David Egozi, the
cochairmen arc Dr. Bernard 1
. it. .. Dr. Pablo Tachmes, Ing.
Jaime Mitrani, and Eva Batsman.
Center.
Interviews with Russian and
American olim living and working
in Israel will lie featured, together
Dinner chairman is Dr. George with a rei>ort by Gen. t'zi N'arkis,
Feldenkrcis; vice chairmen are | director general of the Aliyah and
Moreno H ih 1. Charles Heisler and! Klitah Department of the Jewish
Aron Kelton. Campaign director' Agency. The program is a feature
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Farband Concert Saturday
Features Musical Greats
The Farband Zimrah Chorus, the
Mandolin Ensemble and three
noted Jewish artists headline a
fore Israel's
Shazar.
President Zalman
Joseph Glatt. Abraham Davis,
Ltfsler 'fcigelm'an, Julius Nadel and
Celia Gottlieb are coordinating
plans for the annual performance,
along with Mr. Zuckerman. Mr.
Fershko, a graduate of the War-
saw Conservatory of Music and
former musical director of Israel's
radio broadcasting system, has
organized the most extensive con-
cert in Farband history.
Mr. Zuckerman, Southern Far-
band representative, said other
Jewish groups are cooperating
with the Lebediker Branch in
the spirit of the recently united
Labor Zionist Alliance.
The entire program will be
I. professionally recorded and sec-
tionally photographed.
JOSiPH P. llKKtRMAN
I concert n the Miami Beach Aucli-
jtorium Saturday at 8 p.m. spon-
Isored by the Farband Lebediker
I Branch headed by Joseph P. Zuck-
|erman.
Canter Sidor Belarsky. Salva
Merrige and Israeli composer-
pianist Shmuel Fershko headline
the program. Mr. Fershko is the
I director of the Chorus and En-
Isemble.
Hebrew, Yiddish and English folk
songs will share the spotlight with
nperatic selections by Miss Mer-'
k-ige. Cantor Belarsky recently re-1
turned Irom Israel where he pre- i
Rented a special performance be-
Special Assembly
Celebrating Purim
The Harold Wolk Religious
School will hold a special assembly
in celebration of the holiday of
Purim Sunday from 10:00-11:30
a.m., according to an announce-
ment made by Beth Torah Con-
gregation's educational director,
Rabbi Norman Mussman. Purim
songs and plays will be presented,
and children wearing costumes
will be awarded prizes.
Students will also participate
In the reading of the Magillah,
which will take place in the main
sanctuary at 7 p.m. Monday.
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Jackson Endorsed
By 7 State Leaders
Sen. Henry M. Jackson's Pi evi-
dential campaign in Florida gained
momentum this week as he re-
ceived endorsements from three
Florida cabinet members and four
of the state's nine Democratic
Congressmen.
The seven elected representa-
tives compare to one each for
Sen. Edmund Muskie and Sen.
Hubert H. Humphrey, according
to state cochairman M. Lewis Hall,
Jr., of Miami. Congressmen
Charles Bennett. Bill Chappell,
Jr., James Haley and Robert L. F.
Sikes all endorsed Sen. Jackson
at a $100-a-plate fund raising din-
ner held at the Diplomat Hotel.
State Insurance Commissioner
Tbm O'Malley announced their
endorsements, along with those
of State Comptroller Fred O. Dick-
inson and Commissioner of Educa-
tion Floyd Christian.
Sen. Jackson lauded Samuel N.
Friedland, his finance chairman
in Dade County and chairman of
the dinner which raised more than
$60,000 for the March 14 primary
campaign, "for heading the most
successful fund raising banquet
in the history of Florida Presi-
dential primaries."
Miami Beach headquarters for
Sen. Jackson opened at 13G4
Washington Ave. as the Washing-
ton Democrat arrived to accept
a national award from the Israel
Histadrut Foundation.
Faseell Proposes
Cancer Center Be
Located In Miami
Congressman Dante Faseell has
proposed that Miami be selected
as one of 15 new regional centers
for the Federal war on cancer.
In a letter to Dr. Carl Baker,
director of the National Cancer
Institute, Rep. Fascoll pointed out
that Miami already has two out-
standing institutions which are en-
gaged in significant cancer re-
search the Papanicolaou Re-
search Institute and the University
of Miami School of Medicine.
"With the facilities of these
institutions and the highly trained
personnel available, Miami already
would be several steps ahead and
able to best utilize a large Federal
grant of the type envisioned by the
National Cancer Act of 1971,"
Rep. Faseell wrote.
Record Registration
Expected By Academy
for registration at the Greater
Miami Hebrew Academy during
the first two monllis of 1972 in-
dicates the Miami Beach school's
goal of 1,000 students for the
1972-73 academic year will be
realized. Rabbi Alexander S. Gross
reported.
Completion of the new junior
and senior high school building,
now under construction across
Pine Tree Drive from the main
campus at 24th Terrace, will en-
able the school to expand beyond
its current 808 students and at
the same time improve its educa-
tional facilities and instruction,
Rabbi Gross said.
Irving Firtel, Miami Beach at-
torney and president of the
Hebrew Academy, said the school's
Dedication Weekend, which will
begin with a concert in the Miami
Beach Auditorium April 13, will
be the highlight of the school's
24 year history.
Mr. Firtel said that the engage-
ment ol noted conductor Arthur
ment o fnoted conductor Arthur
Fiedler and the entire Greater
Miami Philharmonic Orchestra for
the Dedication Concert "is just the
first stage of our school's contri-
bution to the cultural life of South
Florida. We feel this is not only
a responsibity of the Hebrew Aca-
demy, but something the students
wants," he told a Monday night
meeting of the schools board of
directors. (Par) Herman L. Shaw,
chairman of the Hebrew aca-
demy's executive committee, will
be guest of honor at the April 16
Dedication Dinner which will wind
up four days of intensive activity
celebrating the new building.
Wednesday afternoon, the He-
brew Academy Women staged
their most successful Bricksettets'
luncheon at the Keystone Point
home of Mrs. George Feldenkreis.
The women have pledged to supply
funds for the new building's audi-
torium and dining hall, according
to Mrs. Leonard Adler, president.
Women's Division Of The
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
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Mrs. Harry B. Smith, Chairman
', Mrs. Donald Leiton
Mrs. Richard Levy
Mrs. Philip Bloom
Mrs. Gerald Nathanson
Mrs. Bernard Mandler
Mrs. Marvin Gillman
Mrs. Aaron Farr, previous Chairman
will accept recommendations mailed to them at the Women's Division,
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Friday, February 25.
Histadrut Presents
Sen. Jackson Award
Rijoni-siiiuicii:tg commitments
more than $2-6 million rccciv.
; tiring lIk- seventh annual na-
StN. HENRY At. JACKSON
rial Mid-Winter Conference of
the Israel EDstadrul Foundation
kul week sent the organization's
cumulative tulal o! cash and
the $24 million mark.
coording t<> national chairman
vliliam H. Sylk o: Philadelphia.
Thi- Histadrut Foundation con-
clave far exceeded the total raised
i last >' sir's mid-winter con-
erence, some SJ million, Mr Sylk
said. Proceeds arc us the lung-raiv-v educational, health
-mi welfare programs of the His-
taafrul in I-racl, which provides
medical needs for more than 70''
of Israel's population.
Th,- more than 1.C00 delegates
bun throughout the United
States and Canada beard an bn-
pre*>ive array of speakers, headed
by Sena. Henry M. Jackson of
Washington and Fred Harris of
Oklahoma.
They endorsed Sen. Jackaoa'i
proposed legislation introduced
in Congress IhLs month which
would provide Israel with $230
million to help resettle Russian
Jcpvish refugees.
Sen. Jackson received the Dis-
tinguished Service Award of the
Israel Histadrut Foundation at a
Wednesday afternoon seminar "for
a liff time of service to the United
States, Israel. Histadrut and the
Jewish oeoole."
Sea Harris' talk on Thursday
night's Ben-Gurion Awards ban-
net stressed a call for the con-
tinue unification of Jerusalem
and for Israel to retain borders
move readily defended than those
Hkh existed prior to tn*>- Six-
Day War of 19C7.
Mayer Kliahu Navi of Beershaba
Dads County's sister city, said the
capital city of the Negev '*i| pre-
pared to aeeapt ut> to >5'; <>( al!
the Russian Jewish l-efuoreos who
nrrive. no matter how many.'"
Mayor Steve Clark of Dade
County also spok<\ lauding Mayor
Navi and the proph? of Beersheba
for their cooperation in the build-
ing of the South Florida Medical
Center adjacent to Histadnit'--
Oentral Negev Hospital and the
proposed medical school of the new
University of Negev in Beersheba.
Dr. Leon Kronish. chairman of
the l>oard of the Histadrut Foun-
dation, said the success of the Mid-
Winter Conference exceeded all
expectations. "We intend to in-
tensify activities of the Hist idrut
Foundation on a year-round basis
in South Florida, where oppor-
tunities for deferred giving are so
great," he added.
Morris Lange of Cleveland, con-
ference chairman, praised the co-
opcration of the brae] Hista.'rut
Council of South Florida in host-
ing the conclave, which included
Sunday afternoon with a live radio
broadcast over New York station
YVKVD from the Fontaine' leau
Hotel.
Shlomo Ben-Israel, Jewish Daily
Forward foreign news editor, and
Dr. Sol Stein, executive vice presi-
dent of the Histadrut Foundation.
reviewed the conference and over-
seas political developments.
Temple Sinai's
Puriin Carnival
Planned Sunday
Temple Sinai's annual Purim
Carnival will be held on the temple
grounds. 18801 NE 22nd Ave.. Sun-
day beginning at noon. Rides and
games, kosher hot dogs and drjnks
will be" oTTfeTeVT'
Children in Temple Sinai's Reli-
gious School will rejKirt to the
synagogue's sanctuary at 10 a.m..
for a special pre-Purim assembly
prior to the Carnival.
Arrangements for the Carnival
are under the direction of Len ;
Israel, president of the synagogue's
Brotherhood, Mrs. Leonard Al-
bert, vice president of Sisterhood,
and Richard D. Siegel. director of
education.
The Purim Megiilah reading will
take at Temple Sinai Monday at
7:30 P.M. Rabbi Ralph P. Kingsley
and Cantor Irving Shulkes will
lead the service which will be
marked by songs and noise makers.
Nixon Is Concerned Over Soviet Jewry
President Richard N'ixon has
written Mrs. Ruth Alexandvovich
! Averbuch in Israel "of my Admin-
I istration's abiding concern over
, the plight of Jews and other min-
orities in the Soviet Union. As
you know we are deeply commited
to supporting the right of free
bmigrafion and religious liberty
for all the peoples of this world."
In a letter made public on the
: eve of his departure for Peking.
j the President said. "We will con-
I tinue to press for these freedoms
both in public forums and in pri-
j vate discussions, and you may be
! certain the considerations raised
in your letter will receive our
' careful attention,
i
Mrs. Averbuch wrote from her
new home in Talpiot, "We are
deprived of the cultural and religi-
i oils institutions and activities that
j we need in order to live as Jews.
I The only way out for us is to
leave for Israel where we can live
1 treely as Jews."
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fJenist Fhrediiaiin
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Israel Film Star Topol To
Appear At Inaugural Dinner
Halm Topol, the Israeli film Star in the award winning film,
Icelatmed for hLs interpretation
H-Tevye In the movie. "Fiddler

"Sallah."
Miss OlshiW, or Vida as she is
known professionally, won the
I>opular singer of the year award
for 1963 in Soviet Russia. She
also appeared as soloist with the
Philharmonic Orchestra in Vilna.
Vida, who will perform Rus-
sian ballads and Israeli folk song.s,
will be accompanied by an or-
chestra under the direction of
Julian Stein, an American who
recently settled In Israel. Mr.
Stein is Ijest known for his musical
| direction of the long-running New
York revue. "The Fantasticks."
Wometco Theatres
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Had assail Center Purini Party Set
HAIM TOPOL
on the Roof," will take part in
the Inaugural Dinner for Israel
Bonds Saturday at the Fontaine-
blcau Hotel. Also appearing will
be Vida Olshan, an award-winning
Russian folk singer who emigrated
to Israel four months ago.
The dinner will highlight the ,
four-day Feb. 24-27 conference of ;
American and Canadian Jewish
leaders, which will officially ;
launch the worldwide campaign i
to sell $450 million in Israel Bonds
in 1972.
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Topol rocketed to fame in the
Vnitcd States after the release
last year of the film version of
Fiddler on the Roof," but in I
his native land and Kngland he I
was already a big star. He had |
won high praise for his Tevye
on the stage in Tel Aviv and
London.
In London, he was named Man
of the Year in 1967 and British
critics cited him as Best Foreign
Actor. He was also highly praised
for his portrayal of the title role
The Hadaasah Center for Win-
ter Residents is planning a Puiim
party at their meeting on Tues-
day at 1:00 p.m., in the Hospitality
Room of the American Savings
and Loan Association building,
1200 Lincoln Rd. Mrs. Samuel
Gladstone, past president of the
vVestern Pennsylvania Region of
Hadaasah, will preside and pre-
sent a Purlin reading.
Highlights of the afternoon will
include two new films of Israel:
The Dream and the Deed" was
produced by Hadassah and "Israel
Now," shown through the courtesy
of Eastern and El AJ Air-
lines. Traditional refreshments of
, Hamantascheh ami coffee will i>c
| offered following the meeting. Ad-
' mission is free to registered mem-
; hers of the Winter I'.csidents Cen-
ter.
Parking is not permitted on the
bank parking lot; there is. how-
ever, ample parking space avail-
able on West Avenue, near the
post office. Bus transportation
is provided by MTA's "L" "S" "M"
"R" and "\V" routes.
Temple Israel Sisterhood
Invites You
To Enjoy A Fun-Filled Evening
With Superstar
TOM JONES
In Person In Concert
Sunday 7 P.M. APRIL 2
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Serendipity
by Sally Spael
!
Sam Avracfc has neve; had a surprise birthday party; so for his
CCth birthday, his wife. Charlotte, invited 70 of their friends to Voi;in"i
in the Seacoast Towers for a Sunday noon brunch.
Wishing him a happy birthday were Ann and Louis Hand. Joan
and Lou Baron. Irene and Irv Sussman. Myra and Howard Glassman
(the Avrach's mechutoniml; Sharon and Stephen Avrach and Jane
and Stan Bershad, their children; Florence and Al Barufkin. Bobbie
and Lester Perlc. Joba and Bill Ravitz. Blanche 'Mrs. Louisi Pokress.
Hilda Greene. Esther Shapiro. Pearl Sahlman, Betty Blatt, Syd and
Sam Grossman. Florence Kama]. Jan and Sid Weinfeld. Rosalie Kulick.
Miriam and Meyer Schwartz, Irene and Leon Rones, Charlotte and
Dr. Joseph Burns and Mrs. Rita Rolter.
it ir -tr
When the Preludes 'the junior committee of the Women's Guild
of the Greater Miami Philharmonic Society) had their 'Love In The
Park" Valentine party at Kings Bay Yacht and Country Club. Mickey
and Ronald Lipton won second prize, a case of Chateau Lefitte Roths-
child wine. Among those enjoying the gay evening were Elaine and
Dick Wolfson (he's president of the Philharmonic". Sissy and Saul
Kaplan 'she's president of the Philharmonic Women's Guild!. Bobbie
and Richard Litt. Carol and Tom Green, the Stanley Arkins. the Larry
Mendelsons, David Feinbergs. Mort Robinsons and many more music
lovers. Mrs Tracy G. Nance is president of Prelude.
At the Ballet Society's Ba! Masque Parisien in the Americana
Hotel, the Grand Ballroom was transformed into a formal French gar-
den, and guests wa:ked down a typical French street to reach it. The
setting and music were French and the continuous entertainment was
Parisien. Strolling violinists Parisien can-can girls dancing and enter-
tainment made it a most exciting ball.
One of the highlights of the evening was watching the 13-year-old
baliet stars-. Mark Goldweber and Victoria Mayer, dancing selections
were from "Blue Bird.-' Bill Smith of teievi-ion acted as commentator
for the masked parade, and judges included Edna Glaubman. artist,
Tom Luyk of Burdine's and Jack Feligson of Saks Fifth Avenue.
Seen "having a ball" were Anna and Steve Carner, the Larry
Mendelsons. M^rle and Judge Zev Kogan, the David Feinbergs. Joan
and Irwin Getz. the Mort Robinsons, Michael Wassermans, Mrs. Nata-
sha Feinman. I!ene anc Sam Luby, Jr., Joyce and Murray Resnick.
Marlene and David Berg and Jean and Donald Kahn.
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Last Thursday, the Miami Civic Music Association presented the
London Symphony Orchestra with its permanent conductor. Andre
P/evin. and cello soloist Lawrence Foster. It was a night to remember,
and rarely have we listened to such an exciting program. You didn't
have to be a music critic to appreciate the complete authority and
.'xpressive technique of Mr. Pn-vin and the excellence of the symphony
crchestra. The playing of 17-vear-old high school senior. Lawrence
Foster, was unbelievable when the played the Dvorak Concerto for
cello and orchestra in B Minor. It was a rare treat.
Seen chatting at intermission were Florence and Dr. Rudolph
Drosd. Barbara and Jack Gordon. Dr. and Mrs. Ralph Kirsch. Rose
Rifas, Ethel Gerson, Dot iMrs. Alext Mason, Mary Leigh Schwartz.
Betty and Leo Schwartz. Esther and Sidney Schwartz, and Louise
and J. Gerald Lewis who had as their guest his daughter. Sheila 'Mrs.
Henry) Lehrburger of Denver, Colo.
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Mr. and Mrs. Jack Harris, owners of the Flamingo Plaza and Naron
Hotel, hosted a gala concert for their guests as a benefit for Pioneer
Women. Volunteer guest artists performed, and generous contributions
from Mr. and Mrs. Harris and the guests will aid the Pioneer Women's
organization in its aid to Israel.
tr tr *
Dorothy (Mrs. William) Carmel and Muriel (Mrs. Lawrence A.)
Weston of Miami Beach entertained at a surprise birthday luncheon
for their mother Mrs. Anna Hyman. Long active in philanthropic *-ork
in New York City and Miami Beach, she was feted with music and
songs.
Guests at the luncheon Included Mrs. Hyman's granddaughters.
Mrs. Meryl Bonell. Barbara (Mrs. Allen) Carmel, Barbara (Mrs. Rich-
ard) Krakow, Patricia (Mrs. Donald) Kramer, and Linda (Mrs.
Robert) Sossin. Also Mrs. Manny Liberman, Mrs. Nathan Kramer.
Mrs. Michael Sossin, Mrs. Julia Arnold, Mrs. Dave Berry, Mrs. Anna
Eisenstadt. ftfra. Jack Geartner, Mrs. Anna Meisel, Mrs. Nat Pecker-
man, Mrs. Louis Pilzer, Mrs. Jack Segal and Mrs. William Segal.
ir Phyllis 'Mrs. David) Miller of Miami Beach is back from Atlantic
City where she attended a national school board convention. Phyllis,
who was named to the Dade School Board by Gov. Reuben Askew this
past December will serve out the remaining year of the term of Mrs.
Anna Brenner Meyers who resigned.
nuts, uunr shahro
Brenda J. Medvin
Becomes the Bride
Of Larry Shapiro
Brenda Joyce, daughter of Dr.
and Mrs. Daniel Medvin. 5601 Col-
[ lins Ave., Miami Beach, become
I the bride of Larry Shapiro, son
I of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shapiro
of Miami Beach, Saturday, Feb.
19. in the Algiers Hotel. Rabbi
S. T. Swirsky performed the 8
p.m. ceremony which was followed
. by a reception and dinner.
For her wedding, the bride
wore a gown designed by Frank
Rizzo and fashioned of organza
and lace, and carried a bouquet
of roses.
Mrs. Kathleen P. Shapiro, sis-
ter-in-law of the bridegroom,
served as matron of honor; the
bride's sister. Nadeen Beth Med-
vin, was maid of honor. Martin
Shapiro was his brother's best
man; another brother. Ira Shapiro,
and Robert Kahn ushered.
The new Mrs. Shapiro graduated
from Miami Norland Senior High
School and Utah College, where
she was a member of the Spanish
Club. She is active in B'nai B'rith
Girls. L'.S.Y. and Young Judea.
Her husband, a graduate of Miami
Beach High School. Miami-Dade
Junior College and Barry College,
will graduate from Emory College
; in Atlanta this fall.
The couple honeymooned in
Miami Beach.
Eleanor Schockett Named
Eleanor Schockett of Miami is
one of 18 persons named to the
credentials committee of Florida's
Democratic Party to consider any
challenges in the selection of the
state's delegates to the national
convention in Miami Beach this
,Tummer. Her appointment was
announced by Democratic State
Chairman Jon Moyle.
Irma Leff And
David Schleicher
Married Saturday
Irma Leff. daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Bernard Leff. of Forest Hills.
NY., and David Schleicher, the
son of Mrs. Rose Schleicher and
Sam Schleicher of Miami, were
married Saturday. Feb. 19. at the
I Dtrpont Plaza Hotel. Rabbi Max-
well Berger officiated; the 8 p.m.
rites were followed by a reception
at the hotel.
The bride wore a candlelight
lace gown and carried a cascade
bouquet of lilies and stephanotis.
Bridal attendants included Mrs.
Pearl Glaser. the matron of honor,
the bridegroom's brother. Louis
Schleicher. best man; and Michael
Klein as usher.
The new Mrs. Schleicher grad-
uated from Forest Hills High
School; her husband attended
Miami-Dade Junior College and
is presently the manager of Ol-
son Electronics in Coral Gables.
After a honeymoon in Europe.
the newlyweds wil make their
home in Miami.
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Roth, the son of Mr. and Mrs. AJ
Roth of 7760 SW 139th Ter.. were
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The bride graduated from Lib-
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After a honeymoon in !.as
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Augusta, while Lt. Roth Is >e: .ing
with the United States A:
Fort Gordon.
Post Office Advises
Mail Order Caution
The U.S. Postal Service warned
this week that postal customers
should proceed with caution in or-
dering merchandise or services by i
mail from unknown mail order,
merchants, according to Postmas- ;
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David L. Ordway. ombudsman"
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that such orders can turn out to
be unsaiislaciory iiansacuuiis.
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Friday. February 25, 1972
^Jenist fh>rSdlian
Page 7-B
Madeline Malkin
Becomes the Bride
Of Larry Phillips
Madeline Malkin became the
riiie of Larry Phillips Sunday,
pb. 20. at the Doral Beach Hotel,
er brother-in-law, Rabbi Mel
rht. officiated at the noon cere-
nies; a reception followed on
hotel's Starlight Roof.
The bride is the (laughter of
\. and Mrs. Mai Malkin, 445 S.
ore Dr.. Miami Beach. Her hus-
rul, whose parents are Mr. and
s. Max Phillips. 11930 NE 19th
L North Miami, is a graduate of
University of the State of New
rk.
The bridal party included Janet
cht and Deborah Odler, ma-
ims of honor; the bridegroom's
Mi, Gary Phillips, best man. and
son, Kenny Phillips and daugh-
Patti Phillips.
\ Mr. and Mrs. Phillips will be
home at 2057 NE 121st Rd..
srth Miami after a honeymoon
ip to Mexico.
'oters Urged To
'ass Bond Issue
Mayor David T. Kennedy has
punched a drive to persuade
liami voters to pass a $39,890,000
Mid issue March 14 to improve
lid purchase park lands.
He also appointed a committee
[of leading citizens to promote the
' campaign. The committee is co-
i chaired hy the widow of The
[Miami News' late editor. Bill
|Baggs. an outspoken proponent
sf parklands.
Pro|)osed in the bond issue are
acquisition of two downtown bav-
front parcels, one south of the old
Iport site owned by the Florida
(East Coast Railway and expected
[to cost $15 million. The other is
[north of the mouth of the Miami
River, east of the Dupont Plaza
Hotel, estimated to cost $10 mil-
lion.
Bryna B. Tashma, Stanley Goldberg Married Feb. 20
Martin Plissner
Heads CBS Unit
Martin Plissner, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry PJissner of Miami
Beach, has been named political
editor of CBS News for Campaign
'72, according to officials of the
Columbia Broadcasting System.
Mr. Plissner, who served as edi-
torial director of the CBS election
unit for Campaign '70, joined CBS
News in 1963 as an associated
producer on the election unit. He
is former news director of the
Mutual Broadcasting System.
'Rumpelstiltskin' At Judea
The Sisterhood 'if Temple Judea
is sponsoring the Vagabond Mar-
ionettes' full-length puppet play
"Rumpelstiltskin," portions of
which nave cecn seen on the
N.E.T. program Mis'cRo.m'is
Neighborhood." Sunday at 10 a.m.
j in the temple, 5500 Gianada Blvd..
' Coral Gables. Tickets may be ob-
tained by contacting the temple
or Mrs. H. Lewis.
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wedding of bryna Beth Tashma
and Stanley Bernard Goldberg
on Sunday, Feb. 20. Rabbi Max
A. Upschltz officiated at the
double ring, candlelight ceremony.
A dinner-reception followed in the
Riviera Room.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Libit, 16590
NE 11th Ave., North Miami Beach.
The groom.is the son of Mr. and
Ms. Harry Goldberg of Durham,
N.C.
For her wedding, the bride chose
an original design of candlelight
silk organza, trimmed with Alen-
eon lace, beaded with seed pearls
and crystals, with a cathedral
train. Her tiered illusion veil fell
from a matching Camelot head-
piece, re embroidei ed with seed
pearls and crystals.
Beth Beder was maid of honor;
the bride's aunt, Mrs. Luis Equiz-
able was matron-of-honor. Bennet
Denemark served as his brother-
in-law's best man.
The bride graduated from North
Miami Senior High and the Uni-
versity of Miami School of Educa-
tion, where she was a member of
Sigma Delta Tau Sorority. Her
hubsand graudated from Durham
High School and the University
oi Foil Lauderdale with a degree
i) Business Administration.
After a honeymoon in the Vir-
gin Islands, the couple will live
in Durham, D.C.
Hadassah Groups' Events Scheduled
Miami Beach Chapter of Hadas-
sah Group activities during the
coming fortnight have been an-
nounced hy Mrs. Lillian Baron,
publicity chairman.
Shalonia Group will hold its
Eye-Dank Luncheon Wednesday
at the Shore Club, 1901 Collins
Ave. Two filled eye-banks or $10
will be required. Ann Nai-'amast
is chairman of the day;Mrs. Ann
Stone is presiding.
Royal Maccabees Group will
hold a Youth Aliyah Luncheon
Wednesday noon at the Fontainc-
bleau Hotel. Guest sixakcr will be
Debbie Wernick, past president of
the Chapter. Betty ''raugot will
be chairman of the day; Mrs. Sam-
uel Birnbaum Ls presiding.
Haunt Senesoh Group will have
a luncheon meeting Monday.
March 6, at noon in the Algiers
Hotel. Guest speaker will be Mrs.
Sylvia Kurlan.j. area vice presi-
dent of the Chapter. Mrs. Jock
Kunis will preside.
Sophie Tusker Group will hold a
Youth Aliyah Luncheon Wednes-
day, March 8, at noon in the Eden
Roc Hotel. Liz Cole is chairman of
the day; Mrs. Ruth liftoff will
preside.
Morton Towers Group will have
a meeting Monday, M r"ch ti, at
11:30 a.m. in the American Sav-
ings Bank Building. 1200 Lincoln
Rd. Mrs. Jay Dermer will enter-
tain with Israeli soi.gs; Mrs. Fanny
Houtz will preside.
Kadimnh droop will have a noon
luncheon meeting Monday. March
6. at the Singapore Hotel. Mrs. A.
Ruslin will review "The Life of
George Gershwin." Entertainment
will be by Mesdamcs Lieberman
and Paul accompanied on the pi-
ano by Helen Glazer. Mrs. Louis
Nelcber will preside.
Jay Dermer Guest Speaker
Former Miami Beach Mayor Jay
Dermer will be the guest speaker
at Monday's 8 p.m. meeting of
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LANCE GHEEXMAX
Lance Evan, -
Irving Greenmui SW 100th
will h
rats his Bar .Mitzvah Sat-
_;. at Temple Or
Lane-. an ei- '.o student
a! :. High ichool.
s the drums in the school
feaod.
In addition to the Oneg Shabbat
and Kickiush. Mr. an n.an will host a reception and din-
ner Saturday evening in honor of.
their son. Lance's sisters. I'ene.
Lorie and Bonnie, will be hos-
tesses.
Among the honored guests will .
be his grandparents. Mr. and Mrs.'
.Max Icosen. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan
Limner, Mr. and Mrs. John Davis.
>Ir. and Mrs. Leonard Rosen an chUdren, Philip and Sandra, and
Mrs. Betty Cbakrin of New York,
Ann Prieto of Maryland, and Mr.
and Mrs. Hy Te;<;it/ of California.
<7 ROBIN DE4 KKR
Robin, the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Kdwarri Dicker, will become
Bat Mitzvah during Beth Torah
legation's late Friday '\en-
.!:_ services Feb. 25.
A seventh made- studei.t at John
F. Kennedy Junior Hieh School,
where she is on the honor roll.
Robin attends Beth Torah's Har-
old Wolk Religious School and
is a Girl Scout Cadet.
Mr. and Mrs. Decker will spon- '
6or the Oneg Shabbat following
the services in their daughter's
honor. Among the guests will be
her grandjorents. Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Turoff of Miami Beach and i
Mrs. Bessie Decker of North
Miami Beach.
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PHILIP SHARI.ET
Saturday. Feb. 26. during the
11:15 a.m. worship service at
Temple Judea. Philip, the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Shailet of
Coral Gables, will called to the
Torah as a Bar Mitzvah.
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ABRAHAM MEDVIN
Abraham David, the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Philip D. Medvin. 10
Pinta Rd.. will celebrate his Bar
Mitzvah at Beth David Congi
tion Saturday, Feb. 26.
The celebrant, a seventh grade
Mudent at the Hebrew Academy
t Greater Miami, is in Hebrew
le "> a: Beth David Reiigl
School.
an : Mrs. Medvin will pon-
>h fallowing the serv-
- in !hc-:r son's honor and r ll
tion at the David William
Hot.: ceiehiating the occasion.
Among nored guests will
be his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Larry Marks ami Mrs. K:
Medin.
ft
BARRV ALDER
Barry Scott, the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Adler. will be
called to the Torah as a Bar
Mitzvah Saturday. Feb. 26. at
Temple Beth Sholom.
Tlte celebrant is a student in
Beth Sholom's Confirmation Class
f 57.14.
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HILLARY S< HRAI'B
Hillary Fllen. the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Kdgar D. Schraub.
will become a Bat Mitzvah Friday
cvenine. Feb. 25, at Temple
Menorah.
Hillary is an eighth grad
at Everglades School for
Girls.
Following services, th^re will be
an Cn?g Shabbat in Hillary's hon-
or at Temple Menorah.
Barry, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Kusnick. will become Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday. Feb. 26. at
Temple Zion.
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BARRY KI SNICK
Barry is an eighth grade stu-
dent at Rockway Junior High
School.
Mr. and Mrs. Kusnick will host
the Oneg Shabbat Friday night
and the Kiddush Saturday morn-
ing following services. A reception
and dinner in Barry's honor will
be held Saturday evening. Among
the honored guests will be his
giandpare.its Mr. and Mrs. Zelig
Kusnick. his sister. Mrs. Rochelle
Burkowsky. his brother. Lewis
Bell and Mrs. Ethel Goldstein.
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committee of the Greater Miami
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Wectaes^ja^b^Irvirik: Kirtcl. presi;
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Mr. Christie, a Miami attorn v
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yean.
Others named to tonne with him
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Jerry Zeltzer, Dr. Oscar Levine.
Seymour B. Liebman. Dan Satin. I
Jerry Schachter and Sol Popper.
2nd Sunday Sinai
Sinenia Offering:
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The Sunday Sinai Sinema.
Temple Sinai's contribution to the
cultural life of North Dade. will
offer as its second presentation
S"ndav evening a showing of the
film The Committee."
"The Committee" is a filmed
performance of a group of West .
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The mo\ie which begins at 8
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who care to remain.
Parkway Book Review Set
Mrs. Paul Bercue will review
Zelda Plot kins "Death of Inno-
cence." dealing with the lack of
communication between parents
and children, at a membership I
meeting of the Parkwav General
Hospital Auxiliary Monday morn- '
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h
ting plans for Temple Zion's March 19
tting Carnival" on the temple grounds
from left, (seated) Sisterhood president
Schweitzer, congregation president Dr.
lev Cannon, and carnival chairman
Annual Education Day
Planned By Hadassah
Herbert Freund; (standing) Edythe Cannon,
Lenore Raven, Ann Rheingold, Ike Ritter,
Marshall Schweitzer, Irving Goldfine, Sharon
Froug, Avis Goldfine, Marilyn Freund, Jack
Fertig and Alan Raven.
mple Zion Fund-Raising Events Set
Sisterhood of Temple Zion
present the play 'The Mir-
i" in conjunction with the
sity of Miami Children's
Company Monday, March
p.ir. in the temple, BCCOrd-
J an announcement made by
?Mrs. Joseph i Walzer. chair-
let Sisterhood has a limited
jity o: choice seats for the
ville .>' ii Theatre show fea-
turing Eydie Gorme. Steve Law- |
rence and Milton Berle in the!
Deauville Hotel Monday, March j
13, at 8:30 p.m. Barbara (Mrs.
Robert I Suss man and Frances j
(Mrs. Henry I Glick are serving I
as chairmen for this fund-raising j
event.
A large committee is making |
plans for the Temple Zion "Spring
Carnival," which will be held
on the temple grounds Sunday.
[onevez Yeshiva President
[o Speak Here Sunday Night
Abraham Kahaneman.
pnt of the Ponevez Yeshiva
rae'.. will speak at Sunday
testimonial dinner at th
linebiteau Hotel honoring Mr.
|Krs. Samuel Reinhard of Mi-
each for their service In be-
Lf the school and' its fumed
Avoth Children's Village in
BTak.
participating in the ban-
| honurL'i^ Mr. and Mrs. Rein-
. will l>e Rabbi Alexander S.
principal of the Gn.atei
Hebrew Academy, aivl
Berei Wein, spiritual leader
h Israel Congregation. The
Kurds are leaders in both
BzatioiaB.
>i KaV.aneman, who will out-
I .;i the Ponevez Yeihiva
|pansion both In B'nal B'rak,
arb ot Tel Aviv noted for its
bus community, and in the
Baport of Ashdod, is tha son
of the late Rabbi Joseph- Kahane-
man, who guided the rebuilding of
the Ponevez Yeshiva after the de-
struction of the original seminary
in Lithuania.
Mr. and Mrs. Rejnhard are foun-
ders of the yeshiva, and will be
feted lor a lifetime of service to
Torah Judaism and the State of
Israel.
Purim Carnival Benefits
Temple Emanu-EI Youth
The annual Purim Carnival,
sponsored by the Temple Kmanu-
i:i Youth Group, will begin Sunday
noon, at the temple. 3245 W. Oak-
land Park Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale.
Children are urged to wear
costumes. Games and pri/.es are
planned for the alternoon activi-
I ties. Lunch will be available. Pro-
i coeds of the event will benefit
the temple's Youth Group.
March 19, from 10:30 a.m. to 7
p.m. No admission will be charged;
the event will feature "Sing Out
Miami." a rock group, numerous
games, rides, clowns, prizes and j
a variety of food, including hot j
dogs, hamburgers, cotton candy. |
snow cones, and popcorn. Robert
Freund is serving as Carnival
chairman.
Humphrey's Committee
Selects Jewish Youth
David Luchins of Albany. N.Y.. '
has been named chairman of Jew- i
ish Youth for Humphrey, a cam-
paign organization of local and
campus groups supporting Sen.
Hubert H. Humphrey's bid for the
Democratic Presidential nomina-
tion.
Yaakov Kornreich of New York
City, managing editor of Jewish
Youth Monthly, also was named
to the committee. Greater Miami-
ans selected include Judy Tokayer,
Klyse Koppel, David Pollock ami
Barbara Waldman, of Miami
Beach; and Abe Chams, Joseph
Kaller and Mark Miller of North
Miami Beach.
Mrs. Sherman Fast, president of
the Miami Beach Chapter of
Hadassah reports that an Over;
flow attendance" is "Wcpeetcd wMe1
the Chapter holds its annual
Education Day trom 10 a.m. to
2:30 p.m. Monday at the Algiers !
Hotel with a break for brunchcon 1
at 11:30 a.m.
Mrs. Sanford Jacobson, chair- j
man. announced that the program j
will be on "Russian Jewry: the
Rise and Fall of a Culture." The
morning session will feature Rabbi
S. T. Swirsky of Beth Jacob Con-
gregation, who is Professor of
History at Miami-Dade Junior
College, and Yosef Yanich, execu-
tive director of the Southern Re-
gion. American Jewish Congress.
After the Bruncheon, Mrs. Mayer
Abramowitz. wife of Temple
Menorah's Rabbi Abramowitz will
present her impressions gained as
an observer at the Sovietology
Conference in Tel Aviv University.
Israel, last month.
Mr. Yanich, who was lx>rn in
Detroit, received his B.A. degree
in Sociology from Wayne Uni-
versity and his M.S.W. from the
School of Social Work at the
University of Michigan. Ann Ar-
bor, where he majored in Com-
munity Organization.
In 1969 An. yanich visited the
Soviet Union, meeting with Jews
in Moscow. Volgograd, Rostov on
Don, Sochi, Kiev and Leningrad.
Thereafter he led a number of
American Jewish Congress tours
to Israel, Greece, Spain and other
countries.
From 1953-57, Mr. Yanich re-
sided in Jerusalem where he work-
ed as Chief Community Organizer
for the Division of Community
Health, Hadassah Medical Organi-
zation. He was the recipient of
an Hadassah-ZOA scholarship for
one year of study in Israel, where
he was an Israeli Folk Dance
Instructor, and is presently on the
faculty of Temple Israel of Great-
er Miami Religious School, and
Senior Camp Staff Advisor for
United Synagogue Youth Leader-
ship Training Institute and South-
U.HrrH.C.' ColelWm'-Camp. *
Mrs. Abramowitz. the only wom-
an among 60 experts on Mid-
Eastern affairs at the conference,
was sent by the University of
Miami International Affairs De-
partment from which she holds a
diplomatic degree in Russian
Studies. She has taught Russian
and Hebrew at Miami-Dade Junior
College.
Pastoral Seminar
For Clergy Set
Monsignor John F.gan of the
University of Notre Dame will be
the keynote shaker Monday at
the pastoral seminar for the clergy
of Greater Miami at Cedars of
Lebanon Hospital. The program
begins at 9:30 a.m. and includes
a luncheon for clergyman and lay
leaders of Catholic, Jewish and
Protestant faiths.
Dr. Irving Lehrman, president
of the Svna America and rabbi of Temple
Emanu-EI, and the Rev. Samuel
Houck, pastor of Riviera Presby-
terian Chinch, will be res]>ondents.
Theme of the seminar is "Min-
istry Today The Challenge of
Change."
Pioneer Women Planning
Luncheons And Card Party
Chai Chapter of Pioneer Women
plans a luncheon and card party
i Tuesday nn at the House of
| Moy-Lce Restaurant. 634 Collins
! Ave., Miami Beach. Doth members
j and friends are invited; contact
] Betty Klein for reservations.
Beba Idelson Chapter will hold
! its Purim luncheon at noon Tues-
(day, in the Washington Federal
| at 1133 Normandy Dr. A musical
| program will be presented. Fannie
1 Gibson will preside.


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Jewisti fkrHlan
Friday, February 25, 1972
Mrs. Rose V. Rosenbaum, who endowed the rabbi's study
in Shaare Zedek's new Medical Center in Jerusalem in mem-
ory of her late husband, Samuel Rosenbaum, receives a
congratulatory handshake from the Hon. Michael Shashcr,
Israeli Consul in New Rork. Mrs. Rosenbaum is a board
member of the Southeast Region for the American Commit-
tee of Shaure Zedek Hospital.
& &
&
Mrs. Rhea Davidson, shown here with the Hon. Joseph Borg,
Israel's Minister of the Interior, has contributed a much-
needed ambulance to the Shaare Zedek Hospital in Jeru-
salem, where she is a member of the board. Mrs. Davidson,
who is also a board member at the Miami Heart Institute,
was the recipient of its Humanitarian Award after inaugurat-
ing the Institute's Nuclear Medicine Department.
to Saul M. Zabel, (left) regional director of the American Com-
mittee for Shaare Zedek Hospital, is pictured with Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Schachter of Miami Beach, who have endowed
two facilities in the Roentgenology Institute of its new Medi-
cal Center in Jerusalem slated for completion in 1975. New
under construction on a 60-dunam site opposite Mount Herzl,
the IL80 million complex will also serve the communities of
Beit Hakerem and Bay it Vegan.
Former Miami Beach Mnyor
Jay Dermer, who has announc-
ed his candidacy for Congress
in opposition to Rep. Claude
Pepper, said he did not seek a
third term as mayor so that he
could not be accused of using
one office to seek a higher po-
sition. A Miami Beach attorney,
he served four years as mayor.
His career includes top posi-
tions in the Jewish National
Fund, Miami Beach Jaycees
and Elks.
SSSJ Reports On Recent
Developments In Russia
Beth Sholom
\rt Show On
r
Tapestries, ceramics and jewelry
from Israel will be presented at a
special preview in the Lowe-Levin-
son art gallery of Temple Beth
Sholom. 4144 Chase Ave., Friday
evening after services.
The America Israel Cultural
Foundation made the exhibit avail-
able to the Miami Beach synago-
gue, according to Dr. Leon
Kronish, rabbi. Banners and tap-
estries on Biblical themes by Kopel
Gurwifl, Israeli artist born in
Vilna, will be featured.
Mr. Gurwin's exhibit will be
on display through March 9. Gal-
lery hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Monday through Thursday, 9 a.m.
to 4 p.m. Friday and from 9:30
a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Saturday and
Sunday.
The Israeli artist survived Nazi
concentration camps during World
War II, immigrating to Israel in
195o after five years in Sweden.
He completed his studies at the
Bezakek Academy of Art and
Design in Jeisalem in 1957.
Brandeis District
Meeting Scheduled
Brandeis District of the Zionist
Organization of America will fea-
ture a report by Mortimer May.
former national ZOA president,
on the 28th Zionist Congress held
recently in Israel at its meeting in
the Washington Federal, 1133
Normandy Dr., Miami Beach, Mon-
day, March 6. at 8 p.m.
Louis Hooerman, president of
the Brandeis District, will 'vport
I on plans for the 75th Jubilee Con-
vention which is to be held in
Israel this July. He will lead a lo-
cal group including Bernard Katz
and Milch Reiner as official dele-
gates.
Some of the activities scheduled
include sessions in Jerusalem and
in the Philharmonic Hall in Tel
Aviv; a reception in Israelis Knes-
set; pilgrimages to Mt.'Herzl and
the Western Wall; a reception by
the American ambassador and the
mayor of Tel Aviv, and visits to
the ZOA campus near Ashkelon.
location of Kfar Silver High School
of Agriculture and the Mollie
Goodman Academic High School.
The public is invited; refresh-
ments will be served in honor of
the 31st anniversary of Mr. and
Mrs. Hoberman. Honorary presi-
dent Ezra Finegold will be pro-
gram chairman. .,
Continued from Page 1-B
on grounds his work Involves
classified information.
Prof. Aleksander Lerner, the
Moscow computer expert at
whose home Rep. James H.
Scheuer (D/N.Y.) was arrested,
is in "slightly improved" con-
dition following gall bladder at-
tacks for which he says he was
denied medical euro.
Yona Kolchinsky. a Soviet Jew
who was drafted into the Soviet
Army after seeking emigration
and who protested on grounds
that he had declared himself
an Israeli citizen, has been sub-
jected to "tremendous harass-
ment." Kolchinsky was arrested
Jan. 1 and held for three days,
during which tune it was de-
manded that he renounce in
writing his "actions and convic-
tions directed at emigration to
Israel." He was released after
three days because there was no
legal ground for him to be de
tained any longer.
Yitzhak Shlaierman of Khar-
kov has had his visa revoked
pending his disclosure to the
authorities of the person al-
leged to have leaked word of
the situation of Jews in that
Ukrainian city. The only inci-
dents there that have so far
been refuted were two house-
searchings on Jan. 28.
The Red Cross project chair-
man of the Greater New York
Conference on Soviet Jewry,
Ernest Goldblum, was in Geneva
to seek aid for Jewish politic
. prisoners from the Internatioii
Red Cross. He brought with hi
from the International Re
Cross. He brought with him
messages of support from Sen.
James L. Buckley and Rep
Peter A. Peyser and an appeal
from Moscow Jews citing the
prisoners' "danger" under their
"unbearable conditions."
Three Jewish scientists in
Tbilisi, the capital of Soviet
Georgia, have protested rejec-
tion of their emigration applica-
tions in letters to the KGB
(secret police) and the Israeli
Association of Architects and
Engineers. They told the KGB
that the Ovir (visa office) had
advised them that there was
"no sense in our leaving" for
Israel, and they asked the KGB
to help effect a "just decision"
on their applications.
The scientists told the Israeli
association that they had been
forced to leave their jobs after
applying for emigration, and
were being barred from working
in their profession. But, they
concluded, "justice will triumph"
anil they will eventually reach
"our historical homeland." The
scientists, all physicists, arc
Giigory Goldste'n, 15 years' ex-
perience, Isay Goldstein 10
years, and Elizabeta Bikovna,
two years.
Samuel Gilinov of Riga was
warned twice by officials that
he would be committed to an
asylum if he continued to seek
emigration, it was reported.
Social Clubs Plan Annual Purim Party
The combined Women's and
Men's Social Clubs of 100 Lincoln
Road will hold their annual Purim
Party Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. in tne
Friedland Ballroom of Temple
Kmanu-El. together with tht-
temple's Forty-Niners and Thiliin.
Club.
A dinner including entertain-
ment has been arranged by the
Lincoln Road Group chairmen. Nat
Friedman and Sylvia Biniaconski,
and their committees in coopera-
tion with the Temple Emanu-EI
workers.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman will be
the principal speaker and Nat
Friedman, past president of the
100 Lincoln Road Club, will act
as master of ceremonies.
Sisterhood Plans Musicale
The Sisterhood of Temple Beth
Raphael has planned a musica a
the temple Sunday, March 5. at
8 p.m. The program has been ar-
ranged by 'The Melodies 4," which
includes Isabolle Heller, Jen Ros-
enberg, and Sadye Padsien with
Bettye DeWitt at the piano, ac-
cording to Mrs. Rose Ginsberg
concert chairman. Cantor Sail!
Breeh will also be featured on
the program. Eva Berger is Sister-
hood president.
New life members were honored at tne annual mid-winter
tea held by the Sisterhood of Temple Emanu-EI in the Fried-
land Ballroom last week, and Mrs. Sam Wiesen, (left) was
honored by Sisterhood president Mrs. Al Podvin for her 20
years of service to the Sisterhood. A highlight of the after-
noon, which was themed "Song of Life" was Dr. Lehrman's
review of the book "Eleanor and Franklin," by Joseph P.
Lash.


lidcv. February 25, 1972
+Jmteti fhrktlar
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' I
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dentist s division of the Greater Miami
sh Federation'3 1972 Combined Jewish
=>al-Israel Emergency Fund campaign
?ntly held its first planning and organiza-
sl meeting, at which time the 1972 cam-
approach of face-to-face solicitation
stressed. Guest speaker at the meeting
was Taiga Vaskis, (seated, left) a recent
Russian immigrant to Israel, who is pic-
tured with Dr. Clifford Marks, chairman;
Dr. Jack Mishkin, Dr. William Silver, a.id
(standing) Dr. Paul Richman, Dr. A. Albert
Mc3er, Dr. Harold Webman and Dr. Elliot
Gordon.
>ortswear Manufacturer
fo/lil Serbia, 67, Passes Barbara Haven, 37
Funeral Services
Held Friday For
X. So bin, 07. co-founder
|:ce president of Scrbin Fash-
Miami sportswear maim act-
and one who was known
pork in Dade County char-
organizations, died Friday.
IS, in Mount Sinai Hospital.
Si'iliin's name was promi-
lon lists of officers of Miami;
forganizations. He was :-hair-
[of tin- 1957 Combined Jewish
t... and chairman of the I loan '
campaign in 19(11'.
I. Scrbin. who live'' at 4564
ps Ave., Miami Beach, grad-
from Dnquosne University
ISchool. where he starred in
Itbnll, winning the title of
Little General." which he
from 19L'L' to 1928 for his
to *et up plays.
land his brother Lewis opened
jrtsuear business in Cleve- .
in 1914. and in 1951 move
(diemi. Shortly after coming
Mr. Serbin began taking at
\y part in civic affair-. as a
member of the United Fund
Welfare Planning Council;
ent of Temple Beth Sholom
in 1957; a trustee of Mount Sinai
Hospital; a board member of His
cayne College and the Boy Scouts
ii America and cochairman for six
years of the National Conference
Ol Christians and Jews.
In 1966, Mr. Serbin was given
a Silver Medallion Biotheihoo.i
Award at the National Conference
of Christians and Jews' 14th an-
nual Brotherhood Dinner in rec-
ognition of his community work.
Mr, Scrbin became president of
the Westview Country Club in
1957; during his time in offic the
beautiful and ornate Westview
clubhouse was made one of South
Florida's showpieces and the golf
course was enlarged from nine to
18 holes.
Mr. Serbin is survived by his
wi ow. Georgia; two sons. Jon
and Lewis; a brother, Lewis I.; a
sister, Rose Nathan, and three
grandchildren, all of Miami.
Services were held Sunday in
Temple Beth Sholom, Miami Beach
with Blasberg Funeral Chapel in
charge.
rices Held For Dora Waldman, 90
)orn Waldman, 90, ol Mi-
Ich passed away Friday,
lived to Florida 22 rears.

Waldman of Tulsa. Okla..
George Waldman of Union.
She was the mother of the
Naiban Wal'man of Miami Beach. motnpi. Paulino Schwartz; a
She is aLo survived by a brother,,
brother. Arthur Sater, and a sis-
lit WALDMAN
hark, N.J., where she
Mt member of the Jew-
Ay, and continued her
^jlvic and religious af-
\li1
was a life nieni-
[ am Hater Miami Jewish
i'iiH r the Aged. She is stir-
ti-ctfl .daughteis, Mrs. II.irr>
Au-tM North Miami Beach, Mrs.
imie Goldb.H-g, of West Palm
nli, and Mrs. Jack S. Popick of
ami Beach and by sons Irving
Morrie Leidner of Brooklyn. N.Y.. ter, Rona Aberman.
and a sister. Mrs. Isadore Wort /el
of Linden, N.J. Other survivors
Include three daughters- and three
SOnS-in-law, 12 grandchildren and
19 great grandchildren.
Funeral services were held Sun-1
day afternoon in Riverside Me-:
mortal- Chapel, Miami Beach; in-
terment followed in Lakeside Me-
morial Park.
RIlMMAN
.Mrs, I.enh, 72. of M.B.. Fla. pumd
away Feb. 18. She came to Florida
4 yearn ago from Bronx. N.Y. Sur-
vived bv sister Edith Silver of Miami,
brothel William Seldenberg of
Ito.-kaway. N.T. I-ocal arrangements
by the Hiverside Chapel.
MONASH
Dr. Samuel. 79. Miami. Fla.. ptiMl
away Tuesday. A resident here, is
years from N.Y.C. A graduate of
Columbia I'nlverslty Dental and
Medical Schools. Professor emeritus.
I'nlverslty of Miami Medical School,
Department of Dermatology. He
practiced dermatology in N.Y.C. be-
fore Joining the U-M Medical School,
where he old research for 10 years
in dermatology, and was the author
of numerous papers. His hobby was
painting and he received several
awards for his oil paintings anil
water colors. Surviving are Ills
widow. Rebecca, son (lerald mid
brother Dr. Alexander Monnsh. Serv-
ices were held Thursday at River*
side .Memorial Chapel, 1717 S\V :17th
Ave.
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 72-946
JOHN R. BLANTON
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Eslate of
HARRY KM i.\.
11.-. i&sou.
To Ail Creditors ami All Person* Hav
iug Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified ami re
quired to present any chums ami de-
mand! which you may have against
the estate of HAUHV KNOX. de-
ceased late of Hade County, Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade Coun-
ty, and file the same in duplicate and
as provided In Section 73.1.1. 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 be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this ISth
day of February". AD. l72.
SHIRLEY KNOX
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the 2.', day of February. 197:.
KIKT WICI.I.ISCH
Attorney for Eslate. of
HARRY KNOX. Dec
161 Almeria Avenue
Coral Gables, Florida
TREES ARE
EVERYBODY'S
BUSINESS!
The residents of the Belle Plazu Apartments recently held
their annual breakfast on behalf of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation's 1972 Combined Jev/ish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund campaign. Guest speaker at the event,
which brought the building's campaign to a 75'o increase
over 1971, was attorney Richard Es3en, cochairman of the
Federation's high-rise division. The Belle Plaza campaign
committee, under the chairmanship of Matthew Hartscn.
(right) and Jack S. Popick, (left) is presently visiting residents
who were uv.able to attend the meeting individually.
Services for Barbara Haven. 37,
a founder and first president of
Miami's Biscayne chapter of the
; Amerlctn Medical Center were
held Friday in Blasberg Funeral
Chapter. Burial followed in Mount
Nebo Cemeetery. Mrs. Haven died
I Thursday, Feb. 17. in Mount Sinai
Hospital.
Mrs, Haven came to Miami at |
the aKe of two. She lived at 2021
Ni: 191st St., North Miami Beach.
A 1952 graduate of Miami Beach
High School, she was president
of her senior class. She attended
the University of Florida, received
| a Bachelor's degree in Education
from the University of Miami in
1956, and taught at Treasure Is-
land Elementary School for a short
time.
Mrs. Haven was a life membel
and honorary trustee of the Amer-
j ican Medical Outer in Denver,
one of the nation's foremost can-
cel- research renters. She was a
member of tne National Council
I ol Jewish Women and was elected
a trustee and chairman of the
Nominating Committee for the
Council. She was active in the
O.jus Elementary School PTA and
served as a Brownie and Gift
' Seoul troop leader.
and Survivors include her husband.
N.J. I Marvin, four daughters. Nancy,
late> Betsy, Robin and Natalie; her
THE MEMORIAL UNVEILING SERVICES FOR
MRS. PHILIP (SADIE) SEGALL
Will be held at the family plot
MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY
5505 N.W. 3rd Street Miami, Florida
SUNDAY, MARCH 5, 1972 at 11 O'CLOCK A.M.
Rabbi Sol Landau Officiating
KAPLAN UNVEILING
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late
|MISS LILLIAN KAPLAN
will take place
Sunday, March Sth at 1 P.M.
at Mt. Nebo Cemetery
with Rabbi Sol Landau
officiating.
friends and relatives are asked
to be present
LEGAL NOTICi
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 72-286
JOHN R. BLANTON
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
i,> RE: nutate of
(1EI IKUE OWEN BONAWIT
I I. ,-ascd.
'I".. All Creditor! and AM Person* Hay-
ing Claim* or Demand* Against Bain
Estate:
*iou arc hereby notified and re-
quired i" present any claim* and de-
mand* which you may have against
ill.- estate of UEORUB OWEN IK).\-
AWIT deceased late of I mil.- County.
Florida, t" the County Judge* "I Dad*
County, ami lib- the sum.- in dupli-
cate and a* provided in Section '
in. Florida Statute*, in their office*
in the County Courthouae in Dade
County. Florida, within six calemlar
in.....h's from iIm- linn- of the rind
publication hereof, or 11 name will
lie barred.......
Dated ai Miami. Florida, thin Wrtl
day of February, A.D. 1972.
ICunfl Van W'yl>
An Executrix
Kirsi publication .>f iliis notice on
iln- '.'.". day "f February, li'72.
MARX M FABER
Attorney for Executrix
mi.", Allisley Building
.Miami. Florida S81S2 ^ .....
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUOICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-393*
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
I ONBIDA MARSEILLES. Wife
i LBO PAIL MARSEILLES. Husband
| TO: i.eo pail MARSEHLME8
(Resident I'nkiiownt
YOU ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an notion for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been Hied against you; and
you arc required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, If any. to i'
on (lulllermo Soslohin, Esq., attorney
for Petitioner, whose uddres* I* 101
N.W. 12th Avenue. Miami. Fla.. and
file the original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before March
31, l!)72: otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the relief de-
manded in the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be nubllshed once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in Till: JEWISH FLORIIHAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal Of
said court ul Miami. Florida on this
j:i day of February, IMS.
E. B. I.KATHKltMAN.
As Clerk. Circuit Couri
lhide County, Florida
By N A. HBWETT
A- Deputy (Merk
(Cir.-ull Court Seal)
Quillermo Bostchtn. Bsq.
KTON B & S< iST< 'It IS
mi N.W. i-ih Avenue
Miami. Florida MUM
Attorney for I'.-ilii......r
2 25 :: 3-10-1"
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
No TICK 18 HEREBY CHVBN that
I the undersigned, desiring i<> ngage in
business under the fictitious name .f
BECK CONSTRUCTION CO, loot
Inc.) at 10001 West Flagler Btreet,
Miami, Fla. Intends to reglsti r said
name with the Clerk .if the Circuit
Court "i Dade County. Florida.
Jl'l.ES BECK
Miriam Beckerman
Attorni y for applli ant
is'.... B.W 8rd Ave.
Miami. Florida
1 25 :; 3-10-17
NOTICE UNDEhl
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\iiTiiK IB in;i:i;i!V U1VEN that
In- undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
I IHABIO in-: MIAMI- al 4lli N W.
.'Till Ave., Miami, Florida intend io
register said'name with the Clerk "f
the Circuit Court of Dade County;
Florida.
JOSE QAMAMX) R. 26 ,
KAII. K ..I.ISA 85',,
MARIO BAItRAli L'".',
.1 I I.A/A'IA 23',
2 4-I1-1S:.".
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
No. 72-3654
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
in re: Marriage of
SI'SAN LOUISE BIDEI.INOER,
wife.
and T
t'l.lKsi Mil) l-:.\i:l. BIDEI.INOER,
husband.
TO: CLIFFORD EARL SIOELINOER
:ij Itiain.- Street
Northeast, Pennsylvania.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Petition for Dissolution o(
Marriage has been filed against you
and you are hereby required t>> serve
n copy of y..ur Answer thereto on Pe-
titioner'* Attorney ai.yix s. CAWN,
inn ,\. Biscayne Blvd., Suite 1011, Mi-
ami. Florida, and file the original
Answer In the offl......f Court, on or
before the :n day ( March 1978,
otherwise a -ludnnn-nt by Default will
he entered against you.
Iiai.-.l this is day ol February, l'1"-'.
B. II. I.EATHERMAN, Clerk
By C. P. COPE1 AND
(CIRCUIT COURT SEALl
AI YIN S. CAWN
Attorney for Petitioner
100 V Biscayne Blvd. Suite mil
Miami, Florida.
i ::. :\ 3-10-17
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA (
CASE NO. 72-3129
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
ItoitBET ARNOLD 8AVAQE, l
AND
SANDRA ELIZABETH SAVAOi:.
Wit.-
YOU SANDRA KI.IZAI'.ETH S.W-
AOE, c/o Allle 11. Itniiison. ut'.i; Pop-
lar St.. Abilene. Texas. ARE HERE-
BY NOTIFIED to file your written
defense to this divorce with the
Court's Clerk and serve a copy upon
Plaintiffs Attorneys. VON ZAMFT
k SMITH. ISIS Capital Hank llldg..
Miami. Floiida on or before the 24 day
of March. W72. else the Complaint will
be taken as confessed.
DATED: FKH. 14, lTl
K. IS. I.EATHERMAN. CLHRK
BY: R. M. ICISSEE
Dapoty (Jet*
(Clrouil Court Seal!
2/IS-2.'. S'3-tO
NOTICE UNOErt
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKItK.HY OIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name ot
ANA SUPER MARKET al ISM N.W.
Mill Street, Miami, l-'la. intends to
register said name with the Clerk ot
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida
VICENTE PEREZ
2 -:. I ::-io-lT


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+Jewisti fkrldfrr
Friday, February 25, 1972
YOUNG TURKEYS
S U.S. GOVT. INSPECTED
GRADE "A"
QUICK FROZEN 18 to 20 LBS. AVERAGE
G*AT FOt STUFFING' FRESHLY OPENED
Standard Oysters 99c
LB.
JJ- 2* ** u oN CANS-
FYNE TASTE
JTEUOW CUMG
pEACHCS
HAIVK or SUCW
MAYONNAISE
FAMOUS QUART ^^*P
KRAFT AR 'A,R_ .
FOOD FAIB SPECIAL iUVKI!
INCOME TAX
PREPARED HERE
PROMPT i(VICE NO APPOINTMENT
AS
lOW
AS
2
SAVI TIMf 4> *OI
& HAVE rOUt TAX
UP PBEPABIO BY
QUAUHEO TAX
CONSULTANT
29-OZ.
CAN

CHECK YOUR FOOD FAIR STORE
FOR ADDRESS NEAREST YOU1
STRAINED
CRANBERRY
OTHER PURCHASES OF 1
SAUCE
^5W3S-
FOOD
FOOD
FAIR
29
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BEECHNUT STRAINED _
BABY FOODS 9
FRUIT AND VEGETABLES ONLY!
SAVE Ac VAN CAM? S
Pork & Beans
16-OZ
CANS
STOrfEU
35c Fordhook Limas
33-
16 o: ^^c
CAN
GARDEN FRESH LARGE FIRM SLICING
TOMATOES
FAIR
SUPERMARKETS
FEATURES EFFECTIVE THRU SUN. FES. 27th
AT All FOOD FAIR 8 FREDERlCH S STORES
EXCLUDING FOOD FAIR KOSHER MARKETS
QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
BONUS SPECIALS! SAVE UP TO 36: GIANT 49-OZ. PKG.
i^o^ m m ^ NO PHOSPHATE! ^^
Bl pi jP; DADE COUNTY ONLY! ill ftC
E4tt LAUNDRY DETERGENT**
OTHER THAN DADE COUNTY
TIDE
LAUNDRY DETE iT 49-ozTkg
2
1 -LB.
PKGS.
WHIPPED
_ 5a. 10c .% SCO^S N FINEST Sc CEO COLORED.
5 cum 99c American Process Cheese
BOOEN 5
29c Colored Longhorn Cheese
BONUS SPECIAL! SAVE 27c MRS. FILBERTS
OLEO 6ST,CKS
aii flavors
Master's Yogurt
FLO-SUN
Orange Juice contmne*
SAv'E 15c HEBREW NATIONAL \MDGET ..
Kosher Salami or Bologna chub 1 Herring Snacks ? varieties
BANQUET FROZEN PEACH APPLE CHERRY -
FRUIT PIES 3 $1
Sentice /tfefeetijer Z>efet t 'P&d *? TOP U. S. CHOICE WESTERN
CROvVNi .vPOSTED
90Z.
12-OZ
83c
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59
Boston Roost lB. 89*
AMERICAN KOSHER
FRANKS or
SAVE
10'
12-OZ.
PKG.
APPtTiZES AVAH.AKI Oil' AT StOES .-. TH >E CE COUNIB'S
All LUNCH VEATS STOl SuCEO 10 Ou O0E
BONUS SPECIAL' SAVE 40 IB LEAN COOKED
CORNED
QUARTER
... LB.
59'
Rich's Turkey Roll is 99c
SAVE 10c WISCONSIN FINEST Ailc
Sweet Munchee Cheese 99"
VOj ..->' CAM I Bu- IMCW ANrAHSSE ElSE SO-
A.i *ED CVOOOS VADE .ViIm n,'E .EOE'At.E SMOIE-. -.^
BONUS SPECIAL' SAVE 8 FOOD FAIR
THIN SLICED SANDWICH
HEAT & SERVE SEAFOOD
Bread 4 99
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SAVE !0c FOOD FAIR OLD FASHIONED _
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Rabbinical Assembly Sets
72nd Annual Convention
^Jewish Flor idian
ibbi Charles M. Rubel of Con-
ation B'nai Raphael will at*
the 72nd annual convention
Rabbinical Assembly to be
at the Concord Hotel,
nesha Lake, N.Y. March 12-
|He will be among the more
five hundred members at-
Ing the four day conference
He International Association of
ervative Rabbis.
iis year's Convention," said
bi Rubel, "will be among the
significant in our long his-
for it will signalize a change
ie leadership of Conservative
ism that will influence this
brtant branch of American
ism for the balance of this
by."
ibbi Rubel said that he is
ing forward to participating in
discussions, workshops and
Hfei-ences on such subjects as
American Jewry can best
its Soviet brethren and the
lonthip of American Jews
Israel.
rincipal guest speaker will be
Gerson D. Cohen, who only
fcntly was named Chief Execu-
Officer of the Jewish Theolo-
Seminary, and who will suc-
Dr. Louis Finkelstein as head
the Seminary. Dr. Cohen will
deliver the major address at the
Convention banquet on the sub-
ject, "Directions for Conservative
Judaism in the Next Quarter Cen-
tury."
"Another major address," Rabbi
Rubel reported, "will be that Dr. i
Nahum Goldmann, president of |
the World Jewish Congress, who
will speak on 'The Jewish People i
in an Age of Revolution.' We will !
also have the benefit of the wis- i
dom of Dr. Finkelstein who re- |
tired as head of the Seminary af- !
ter giving it leadership for over
three decades. One of the great
scholars of our time, Dr. Finkel- j
stein will conduct two morning
Torah sessions, as well as deliver
the principal address at the con- '
vention's concluding banquet."
Other guest speakers will in-
elude Louis Pincus, chairman of
the Executive of the Jewish
Agency, Dr. Ronald S. Berman,
recently appointed by President
Nixon as chairman of the National
prndowment for Humanities, Rabbi
David Polish of Chicago, president
of the Central CConference of
American Rabbis, Gaynor Jacob-
son, executive vice president of
HIAS and Rabbi Arnold Turetsky
of Jackson Heights, N.Y., who will
discuss ways American Jewry may
help Soviet Jewry.
Miami, Florida Friday. February 25. 1972
Section C
Dr. Menninger Speaking On
'unishment, Prison Reform
[Psychiatrist Dr. Karl Menninger,
lad of the Menninger Founda-
bn and an authority on penal
DR. KARL A. MENNIUGER
blems, will speak on "The
ne of Punishment A Look
i8 Prison Reform" Sunday at
liple Israel of Greater Miami.
(NE 19th St. Part of the Green-
Lecture Series, the program
cheduled at 10 a.m.
blowing his presentation, the
will discuss state and local
sints on the subject with
Wainwright, director of the
ia Division of Corrections
[Miami Police Chief Bernard L.
ire. Sen. Kenneth Myers,
nan of the Senate committee
with prisons, will preside.
^consultant to the Federal
of Prisons and U.S. De-
pnt of Justice, Dr. Mennin-
conducted extensive re-
, on criminal offenders in
[ Washington, Maryland, II-
California. Holder of
>rary degrees, he also
the American Psychi-
ciation's Distinguished
Lward and the Dublin
the American Associ-
!k> uicidology. His 12 publi-
ks include "Man Against
The Human Mind" and
rime of Punishment."
Buright, current presi-
the American Correctional
Hbhas served on the
Hfoint Commission on
ul Manpower and Train-
-igB ; is a meml)er of the Gover-
io9 Mincil on Criminal Justice
Advisor to penal systems (if
fHtkiana, Virginia and Alabama.
* A former faculty member of the
FBI National Academy, Chief Gar-
mire has authored a school re-
source officer program now in ef-
fect in more than 12 cities
throughout the nation. As police
chief of Tuscon, Ariz., he was fea-
tured in a Reader's Digest article
on the control of the Mafia.
Non subscribers to the series
may attend for a small admission
fee.
Southgafe Towers,
Plaza 800 Sponsor
Night In Israel
The Southgato Towers I.'rae'
Bond Committee will sponsor fl
"Night in Israel," honoring Mor
ris "Moe" Sehiffmnn, Monday a
8 p.m. in the Southgate social ha'!
Tin' State of Israel Scroll o
Honor will be a'.-nrded to Mr
Schiffman, a rrrnher of B'nai
B'rith and president of Southgat'
Towers Men's Club for his lead
ership in the community and fo'
Israel.
Eddie Schaffer will present e.
program of folk humor similar tc
that seen on television and in
nightclubs across the country. Pa
tricia Gayle, internationally knowi
singer and accordionist, will also
entertain the gathering. Friend?
and neighbors are invited to at-
tend.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Markowitz
will be honored at Plaza 800''
"Night in Israel" Thursday, March
2. at 8 p.m., sponsored! by the
Plaza 800 Social Club for Israel
Bonds.
Mr. and Mrs. Markowitz, mem-
bers of the social club, are cyna
gogue leaders, and Mrs. Marko-
witz is a member of Hadassah.
Lew Shor, humor'st and racon
tcur, will be guest speaker for the
evening; Lila Savitt, Israeli singer
and accordionist, will entertain.
Friends and neighbors will be
among those attending the affair.
Cystic Fibrosis Benefit
The Cystic Fibrosis Society is
planning a variety card and game
party, at 7:00 p.m., Friday in the
Dade Federal on U.S. 1 at SW
104th St. Monopoly, domino or
parcheesi buffs should bring their
own equipment. All proceeds go
to the Cystic Fibrosis Drug Fund
to aid in research and assistance
for children suffering from
respiratory disease. Tickets and
reservations may be secured from
Bettye Brown.
The recently installed officers of the Presi-
dents Club of Miami Beach include, (from
left to right) Shepcrd Davis, chairman of the
board of directors; George Kotin, vice presi-
dent; Nate Wcinstcck, vice president; Sol
Shaye, treasurer; Irving Cypers, president,
Roeatoo Golan, corresponding secretary, end
Sam Pcscoe, recording secretary.
The following officers installed last month
in services held at Kneseth Israel Congrega-
tion included, from left (first row) Oscar B.
Schapiro, treasurer; Jack Horwitz, chairman
of the board; Rabbi David Lehrfield; Jacob
R. Modansky, president; Maurice Kusuitz,
vice president and Alexander Schwartz, vice
president; (second row) Albert Font, cochair-
man of the board; Harry Reiser, recor;!r>c
secretary and Abraham Schlussel, vice pres-
ident.
Iiembers of the Westview Country Club
CJA-IEF campaign committee met recently
and discussed the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation's new face-to-face solicitation
aprloach as being the best means of
achieving the Federation's CJA-IEF goal of
$11 million. An evaluation of all Westview
members also took place and committee
members were teamed to solicit these peo-
ple during the next two months. Committee
members included, from left (seated) Dr.
Norman Jaffa, Richard Wolfson, and David
P. Catsman; (standing) Herbert Jaffe, Morton
Glick, and Harry A. Levy, general chairman
of the CJA-IEF campaign.



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Friday. February 25. 1972
NCJW Program Features
Candidates9 Spokesmen
Are you confused by the long
li~t ol presidential candidates?
You can learn where each one
stand* at the ,Presid|2tialRound-
I'P" presented by tne South Dade
Division of the National Council
of Jewish Womm on Wednesday
The 10 a.m. program featur-
trc representatives of every Demo-
cratic and Republican presidential
candidate in the Floriiia primary
uill take place at the Sweden
BOOK, 14S75 S. Dixie Hwy.
Questions from the audience
ill be answered after the is-
sues are discussed by spokesmen
for Democratic Party candidates
QhBtVH Chisholm. Van:* Hartke.
I Libert M. Humphrey. Henry M.
Jackson. John Lindsay. Kdmund
. Muskie. George McGovern and
George Wallace and for republi-
can candidates John M. Ashbrook.
Paul McCloskey and Richard Xix-
^dh. progfSnTnaTrTTOh Mrs. Kman-
uel Pai^on has announced.
"We are seeking to educate our-
j selves and our community about
, current problems." explained Mrs.
I Marvin Sheldon. South Dade Divi-
1 sion president, "and then to take
action where needed to effect
change. That's why we're happy
to open this program to the
: public.'
Reservations may be made with
Mrs. Steve Quartin. 10530 S\V
161st Ter. Coffee and danish will
be available.
Puppet Show Part
Of Temple Judea's
Purim Celebration
Temple Judea of Coral Gables
j will start the celebration of Purim
Sunday with "Rurr.pelstilskin." a
'puppet show at TO *.Tn\. followed
' by a costume parade ami assembly
of the Religious School at 11 am.
The Purim Carnival, which wi'l
begin after lunch, will include
games, booths, and fun for the
entire congregation and their
friends.
Rabbi Morris A. Kipper wi!'.
conduct the Megillah Reading
; Tuesday, at 5:15 p.m.. followed by
' a Seudah at 6 p.m.
CPA Explains Deductions
For Interest, Taxes Paid
National Solidarity Dav For
Soviet Jewry Set April 30
By SprcUl Report
NEW YORK NY The Na-
ti aal Conference on Soviet Jew rjr
ha> iesicnated Apr.: -0 N.vional
:> Day for Soviet J
t!^e largest nationwide -
vr to be held on boha'.f of So-
viet J
In conjunction with the observ-
ance, then wi:: be a marrr peti-
tion campaign to eat her at least.
1 raC .-tatures. The petitions
*ill preas for inclusion of thv[
plight o: Sawiet Jewry or. the'
agenda of talks that President
Ri-hard M. Nixon will have with
Sow* rs iri Moacow late in
May
Or. the haeh of National Solidar-
ity Day. even] hundred dele;
from local cbtnrnunttles acn -> the:
nation, and from national Jewish
organizations, will convene in i
WaaMngton, DC. May 3 They
b-'-c with them the Mened p-ti-
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Chef 6oy-Ar-DeeVo*s how
to make the finest tasting
without using meatthick,
rich sauce really 'oaoed with
flavor, real Italian ta'am.
Choice of two meatless
sauces: Mushroom and tradi-
tional Meatlessboth great for
spaghetti, noodles, pot roast.
meat loaf. fish, omelet you
name it Keep both on hand
lor family pleasing variety.
be presented to the Presi-
dent prior to his Moscow trip.
In making the nnouneenient
:he National Conference on Soviet
Jewrj i le med President NLxon >
trip ir. the interests of furthering
peace between the United States
and the Soviet I":
that it also advocates a positive
concern for Soviet Jews who have
been deprived of the oupo: 1
to develop their culture, to prsue
their religion and have otherwise
been denied their moat basic hu-
man rights, including the right to
: a*. fret :>-.
Although the emigration picture
for So-, iet Jew > may have improv-
ed somewhat recently, the basic
problem of Soviet Jews has not
changed, the conference pointed
out Emigration is not a state*
ritht for Soviet Jews but is sub-
ject to arbitrary decisions. Harass-
ment and the persecution of So\ iet
Jews continues: Jews are dis-
criminated against in jobs and in
education.
Yiddish Culture Wincle
Rabbi Leon Goldberger will
speak on The Origin and Impor-
tance of Purim" at the Yiddish
Culture Wincle held Tuesday at
10 a.rr. in facilities at Collins Ave-
nue and )"Oth Street. Philip Nash-
kin will narrate a humorous story
by Sholom Aleichem: Itzick Man-
ger.- "-----ah" will be played on
a recorder, according to Harry
Kamfnw chairman.
Epilepsy Foundation Meeting
Two leading psychiatrists will
disc i -oiogical problems re-
lated to epilepsy at the February
of the Greater Mil
Epilepsy Foundation in the Wolf-
son Building at Miarr.i-Da.ie Jun-
ior College North (Auditorium
2158' Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. In-
formation on the work of the
Foundation may be obtained by
writing to P.O. Box 4S82. Hialeah.
Fia. 33014.
Heart Institute
Dinner-Dance Set
Don't get sick on Feb. 25!
The professional staff of Miami
Heart Institute will be out in force
at the gala 13th annual dinner-
dance in their honor sponsored
by the Institute's board of direc-
tors. Robert S. Summers. MHI
The highlight of the evening will
be presentation of four awafl
two Silver Sho\ls. the highest
award the Institute beat wa, and
Silver Medallions for mi
torious service.
The Silver Shovel Awards will
go to two \olunteer community
lets who have helped to build
the Institute not only through
donations, but also through per-
sonal service. The two Silver
Medallion Awards will go to mem-
ters of the professional medical
staff.
The dinner-dance will be held
at the Doral Country Club Fri-
day. The black tie affair begins
at 7 p.m. with a cocktail reception,
followed by dinner at 8 p.m. in
the Grand Ballroom.
Megillah Reading Monday
The traditional reading of the
Mecillah the Serai] of Esther
will take place :r. the main >ane-
y at Temple Menorak Mon-
day a: 7p.m. P.abbi Mayer Abram-
owiti wi ite. The parents ol
Menorah will distribute granger*
noisemakers < and hamantashen to
the students.
sssM home-owning families
the largest and r.*st easily eom-
income tax deductions are
for nwrtnge intareat ."id real es-
tate tajore. according to James T.
Lang, CPA. preaident of the Flor-
et,- of Certified Public
Acw..'. tl -
Ttom u MtQy are easy to
determine. Mr. Lang says, because
if ooe pays his real estate taxes
through the len.ing organization
ho'.dmg h_ mortgage, both thp
tax. and interest paid are listed
in a year-end statement provided
by nin gage-hoklers.
Other deductible tax and inter-
payments may require more
digcing in the taxpayers records.
The tax items that may bo de-
ducted in Federal returns Mr. Lang
reports, include state and local
income taxes and taxes on gas-
oline, pcrsoral property, sales and
-,:s. and security transfers.
Taxes paid or income-prod'icing
activities also are deductible, but
as business expenses.
Only th taxes owed by the
taxpayt r hansel! are deductible.
v CPA afRdal stressed. Tliose
on behalf of a relative or
> are not
Since most sales taxi's are paid
onlj a fen pennies at a time.
onl) the Hch ntious rec-
p r lilt :' to have a lis
.-.- nts, so the Inl
R nue Service permits a tax-
is- to use a Treasury tales tax
jui in prepa ing in *tlm it
tail ^ \ ased oi income
.....- If the -
:,\. excee imount indicated
in the guide the I x ayer may be
called upon to provide proof,
can be d::
Computing Intel -" dd
t'v year is quiti simple if the tax-
retains bil'-s and receipts
Mr. Lang say? inasmuch as the
truth-. -vs now n
(cation in moat cases of the
tvte uf inter st barged.
In filing returns, a distinction
i era n lnt< tl
^or-hasiiM-'ss tran-
sactions and thai paid for Income-
producing purposi s The latter
;. be deduct.<". from the in-
come that resulted from such ac-
tivities. a d< duction that can be
taken even if one uses the stand-
ardjxTsonal deduction.
As with taxes, only interest pay.
ments for which the taxpayer
himself was obligated rray bo
deducted.
Cantor Zimel To
Participate In
Coronet Services
Cantor Paul Zimel. 26. who suc-
ceeded America's foremast cantor,
Moshe Kousse\ itzky. at T?mpl
Beth El. Borough Park. NY., and
was later released by the trustees
so he could answer a call to the
Sutton Place Synagogue Jewish
Center for the United States, will
serve as cantor for the Passover
services at the Coronet Hotel.
Miami Beach, it has been an-
nounced.
Cantor Zi-nel. a resident of Man-
hattan, studied at Julliajvi, Sew
York University and at the Semi-
nary' Co I leg*-- of Jewish Music He
recently recorded two albums
turing Israeli and Chassidi
dies and released a cantoriV c -
lection entitled 'Holiness and 1
piness in Prayer."
Charles Arke-rman. manas
the hotel located at 20th 3t I
Collins Avc.. arranged for Cantor
Zimei's appearance. The Coi
is now operating on a rtri tly
kosher ba-i-
Discussion Group Meets
"Judaism as a Civilization." by
P.econstructionist author Mordecai
Kaplan, will be the subject at the
next meeting of the Great
Books discussion group. Thursday.
March 2. at 2 p.m.. in the Miami
Beach Public Library, 2100 Collins
Ave.
Discussion leader will N rotiien
P.abbi Abraham Dubin. one if the
eight recipients of the newly estab-
lished Ben Gurion Medal of Honor.
Group coordinator is Mr S
P.eiser.
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Vocational Service Announces
Formation Of Scholarship Fund
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William Baros, Jr., president
(he Jewish Vocational Service,
ounces the formation of the
rles P. Feinberg-Jewish Voca-
n.i: Service Memorial Scholar-
Fund. This Fund was en-
by Mrs. Charles P. Fein-
past president of the Jew-
ish Vocational Service who has long
been engaged in Jewish philan-
thropic activites, in honor of her
late husband.
The Memorial Fund will provide
scholarship loan assistance to
young men and women who qual-
ify for attendance at schools and
rs. Charles Feinberg, a past president of the Jewish Voca-
lal Service has established a scholarship fund in mem-
ory of her late husband to support students entering the
swish social service field, according to an announcem3nt
made by the current president, J. William Baros, (right). With
ihem is JVS executive director Eugene Greenspan.
lOholei Torah Raises
$95,000 At Dinner
(Tearly $95,000 towards a $250,-
goal for a new building was
ed Sunday night by supporters
)holei Torah Day School at a
alarship dinner attended by
re than 600 persons at the
leraton Four Ambassadors.
en. Hubert H. Humphrey of
inesota called for the availibility
[kosher foods in public schools
[ institutions an* the non-sched-
ng of important events on the
bbath.
Klias Herscrimann and Dr.
on Katz, chairmen of the exe-
|ve committee, termed the
ht "an overwhelming success."
Humphrey also called on
Federal Government to help
(mce parochial school educa-
either by subsidizing the
ilar department or by giving
credits to the parents of chil-
In who attend private school,
iiey reported.
Mayor David Kennedy intro-
iced Sen. Humphrey. Sol Haber,
inner oochairman, presented a
aque to America's former Vice
resident. Rabbi Sholom D.
Mpsfcar, principal of Oliolei Torah,
'^$^^^
Wholesale Distributors of
, thanked Sen. Humphrey for his
leadership in behalf of the day
school movement.
Rabbi Milton Simon was master
of ceremonies, and the children of
Cholei Torah provided chorcd
entertainment. Cantor Abraham
Dubow sang.
Rabbi Berel Wein conducted
the appeal, which produced several
perpetual scholarships of $6,000
each, Mrs. Blanca Egozi announced
a $20,000 gift from her family.
North Dade Players Now In
Rehearsal For 'Oklahoma'
The North Dade Players are
now in rehearsal for the two per-
formances of "Oklahoma," they
will give in the auditorium of
B'nai Raphael, 1401 N\V 183rd St.,
March 11 and 12.
Cast in the leading roles are
Thomas Burke as "Curly." Delores
Nclke as "I^aurie," Drew Morris
as "Will Parker," and Thelma
Karashik as "Ado Annie." Curtain
time will be 8:30 p.m.
Prfuori end Ixporltrt
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colleges above the high school
level...Jt., wjll also support the, edu-
cational plans of applicants enter-
ing the Jewish social service field.
The Fund is intended to serve
as a supplemental financial re-
source to be utilized if available
funds prove insutticicnt to meet
the sharply rising cost of higher
education. Loans will be provided
up to a maximum of $500 to be
repaid after graduation.
Applications will be made
through the Jewish Vocational
Service and screened by the
agency's professional counseling
staff. The program will be admin-
istered by a committee of JVS
Board of Directors with the tech-
nical assistance of the JVS staff.
The Scholarship Committee in-
cludes Stuart Rothchild, CPA,
chairman, Dorothy Feinberg, Sam
J. Heiman, Irvin W. Katz, Barry
Kutun and Marvin I. Wiener.
This new program is associated
with the JVS Community Educa-
tional and Career Counseling Serv-
ice. The agency works with youth
and adults who need to make de-
cisions regarding school and career
plans. An important service is that
of helping young people choose
an appropriate college.
The Jewish Vocational Service,
in its work with college-bound
youth, is concerned with the in-
creasing numoer of students who
are having difficulty in financing
a college education. It is antici-
pated that the establishment of
this Memorial Fund will encourage
others to add financial resources
to the Fund or use it as a model
to estblish similar programs. For
further information call Eugene
Greenspan, executive director of
the Jewish Vocational Service, a
beneficiary of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation and the United
Fund of Dade County.
Grunhut Studying
Banking Methods
Abraham Grunhut, vice presi-
dent of the Washington Feder-
al Savings and
Loan Associa-
tion, departed
this week for
Israel, where he
will study bank-
ing methods at
the invitation of
the Israeli gov-
ernment.
Mr. Grunhut.
who will be
there for two
weeks, is an ex-
pert on banking
methods. He was with the Bank
Leumi in Israel before coming to
the United States, and has been
sent to Africa and other countries
several times to set up systems.
Abraham Grunhut

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*Jenist> fkridian
Friday, February 25. 13-
Cantor And Mrs. Feldman
Star In Purim Concert
Cantor Nlco Kt'Mman* and his of Israel's Opera Company before
wife. Nora, will star in Temple coming to the United State-;. N'ora,
Monorah's annual Purim concert a coloratura soprano, trained in I
theiits'i" Academy of Santa
Ck-ilia di Roma, the Music Con-
servatory of Europe. She nng in
the famous o|>eia houses of 'he .
Continent, and won many awards
before coming to the United
States
The Purim concert will be a [
mixture ot Hebraic and Yiddish _
melodies kprlnkled with liirht elas- ;
sic open scenes. The instrumenta- {
lists of the evening "ill be Aaron
Shifrin. violinist, and Aida Yaslo.
pianist.
The concert is open to the pub-
lic for a donation which goes
to Temple Menorah's Religious
School.
CANTOt
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rending of the MagUIah.
Cantor FcMman was the tenor
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Research Grant Awarded
b Dr. Abraham M. Stein
kr. Abraham M. Stein, chairman
of the Department of Biological
Science- in the College of Arts
Mrmw at j.ta. anlm^rnn-
tionnl University, has been award- \
ed a two-year research grant of
3)50,815 "o continue his studies of,
isocitrat<> dchydroi^enase, an en-
zyme that controls the rate of
respiration and energy production
in the uody.
The >:rant was awarded by the
pttional Institute of Neurological i
cases and Stroke of the Na- j
nal Institutes of Health.
| The research project will deal!
ilically with the purification!
,d properties of the enzyme from
he mitochandria of brain tissue.
t is part of a system which car-
ies on the chemical processes of
respiration at the cellular level.
Dr. Stein, who said that the
"studies of regulatory mech- j
anisms at the cellular level are
yielding insight into the biological,
processes and the nature of dis- j
ease," first became involved in
related studies of respiration and
metabolism of cancer tissue some
eight years ago; this research has
now developed- into the present
study of the brain enzyme.
Dr. Stein also serves as an ad-
junct professor of biochemistry in
the School of Medicine at the Uni-
versity of Miami, which will be
the sponsoring institution for the
research grant. He is the author
Of publications on enzymes, mam-
malian brain metabolism and can-
cer research.
He has been invited to the Inter-
national Flavoprotein Symposium
in Konstanz, Germany March 14-
k L
19, to present the results of other
studies dealing with the biological
effects of cadmium and mercury.
These investigations suggest thai
manner in which heavy metals ad-
versely effect the function of an
enzyme involved in the respira-
tion of heart muscle.
Before coming to Florida Inter-
national, Dr. Stein served as as-
sociate professor in the Depart-
ment of Biochemistry, College of
Medicine at the University of |
Florida.
Students Present Purim
Songs And Dramatization
Students of Temple Tifereth Is-
rael will present appropriate
Purim songs and dramatizations
under the guidance of Hyman
Sootin. principal and teacher, Sun-
day morning. A highlight of the
event will be a costume contest,
with children portraying charac-
ters in the Purim story.
A special Megillah reading serv-
ice will be conducted by Rabbi
Maurice Klein Monday at 7 p.m.
when the students will join the
senior congregation. Graggers will
be distributed to the youngsters,
and the Sisterhood will serve the
traditional Hamantaschen and
other delicacies.
Theatre Party March 11
The Sisterhood of Ahavat
Sholom Congregation is sponsoring
a Theatre Party Saturday, March
11. at the 8:00 p.m. performance
of "Cuiiey McDimple." a salute
to the 1930s, at the North Miami
Playhouse. Call Be Harris or Doro-
thy Richman for tickets and ad-
ditional information.
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William C. Fisher, (center) general manager of Hialeah Race
Course, goes over plans for Sunday's free Family Day pro-
gram at Hialeah with participants from the Florida Paso
Fino Association, which is one of the top horse acts sched-
uled. The group will show the Paso Fino horses in costumes
oi Peru, Columbia, Santo Domingo, Puerto Rico and Cuba,
where they are bred. With Mr. Fisher are Yoly Marie Siejo.
lleft) a Paso Fino member and her father Felix Seijo chair-
man of the show committee, and Mrs. Eleanor Stacholy,
assistant chairman of the show, which is open to the public,
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March 10 and March 11. it has
been announced.
The "Magicians of Basketball"
who ha\e been seen by some 68
million fans in 87 countries during
the past 4.i years, will meet the
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Friday, February 25. 1972
Members of the Mount Sinai Medical Center Development
Fund's Estate Planning Committee gave the first in their
community-development series on the subject at Camelot
Hall rn Bui Harbour. More than 250 residents turned cut
\o hear Jay Linn. Qeft a CPA with Sidney Wasserman <~^A
Co.. committee chairman, attorney Lloyd Ruslrin, (second
horn left* and Dr. Ivor Fix. (right) dismiss estate planning and
the community involvement of Mount Sinai. Dr. Fix is direc-
ted of radiation therapy. Also pictured is George Laikin.
program chairman at Camelot Hell
Public Meeting
Set Bv Alliance
For Safer Cities
The Dede County Alliance for
Safer Cities will bok) a public
meeting Fridav in the Board Room ,
of the United Fund of Dade Corm-
Xy: 9S5 SW 2nd Avenue. Joel
Hirscftbom. chairman, artnounced.
The Dade County Alliance for
Safer Cities, composed of over
30 civic and social welfare organi-
zations, was organized on the
premise that "all citizens are
vitally concerned with the main-
tenance of a safe, secure, and free
Dsde County."
The progress of the Citatvvi
Program will be discussed by John
Di Lucchio of the Police Depart-
ment and Howard Ducon of Legal
Services: the recent developments
on gun control by Philip Kruss
of the Criminal Justice Coordina-
ting Committee, developments on
the drug scene by Chris Stebbins
of Comprehensive Drug Program.
and the progress of the Communi-
ty Services Inventory by Priscilla
Perry of the Center for Urban
Studies.
Since this is a public meeting,
representatives from non-member
organizations are welcome.
LVltat C_^ooim<
By KITH HIKKIH
Brundeis University president Charles I. Schottland an-
r.ounced a gift from a Bay Harbour Islands couple which
ill establish annual fellowships lr. biology crtd chemisT'y
at the university during its aaraacd dinner in Palm Beach
.-.is weekend. Income from the gift made by Dr. Bernard
H. and Miricm Kessner. -'left, v/iil provide 10 graduate v.u-
dents with ?7,5?0 fellowships. With them is their attorney.
Bay Harbor Islands Councilman and Judge Theodore R.
Nelson, and Dr. Abram L Sachar, chancellor of the univer-
sity.
The appointmenl of Rita Glass-
man as director of public :ela-
tions and publicity tor & J.
Scheafier and Associates, a
Miami advertising agency, has
been announced by E. J.
Scheafier. president of the hrm.
Mrs. Glassman. a graduate of
the University of Florida, where
she majored in advertising and
oublic relations, has served as
the editor of Recommend Ttcvei
Publications. Hollywood, for the
oast four veers.
Miami Beach Mayor Chuck Hall presents the Keys to the
City to Abraham Kadis of Philalelphia. Pa., benefactor of :he
new Shaare Zedek Hospital Medical Center in Jerusalem,
slated for completion in 1975. The philanthropist's S350.000
gift in memory of his wife. Sarah, will endow the Physical
Medicine and Rehabilitation Department of the Center, an
IL80 million complex which will include a 500-bed hospital
end a special underground emergency hospitaL
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As I was sitting to write this column, the postman brought
rse a toely ietter from one of my readers, who said: "Last year,
or the year before, you had a wonderful hamanlashen recipe
'..-, .eh I made. I have misplaced it and wonder if it is possible
for you to repeat it. Thank you for all the wonderful recipes. I
look forward to seeing them."
How could I resist such a request? I looked through my
fi>s and found a hamatashen recipe to share with all my readers
for the jolly holiday of Purim which is celebrated this year on
Feb. 29. Hamatashen are little filled cookies, shaped as a tricorn
hat. They are eaten on Purim to remind us of Hainan's plot to
harm the Jews and of the happy events that thrawted his plan*
HAMANTASKEV FOB PI KIM
The fining
1H cups prune jam
Vt cup ground nuts
H cup chopped prunes
2 tbls. bread crumbs
1 tbL lemon juice
The deogh
4 cup warm water
2 pkg. active dry yeast
4 cup warm milk
4 tsp. salt
4-5 cups fiour
1. 3 cup melted butter
1 tsp. vanilla extract
2 eggs
* cup sugar
In a large mixing bow*, dissolve the yeast in the WBtar Add
milk ar.d sugar and let stand for a few minutes. Acd salt, half of
the flour arid eggs, stirring well til! smooth.
Let rest for 10 minutes, then add the vanilla extract, butter
and more of the remaining flour. Knead till you can hand
more flour if necessary. Knead about eight
Btea until -A is smooth and elastic.
Put irops of oil in a clean bowl and grease the <
toe. Place the dough and turn it once to grease the top. L->t
-. stand for 90 minutes in a warm corner of the kit?ber.
rith i Idt hen toweL Pj.-.ch down and let rise agai
Meanwhile mix all filling big
t the dc u thin ai you can. Cut out rounds
in the center ai
M .-: n wil > 1 a it
med.
In i oven -325 degrees fahrenheit I
r till they are go! ten brown v. .:. thi
I wo to extend my thanks to my readers w
ent "ters recently, and ask then-, to pleas
patient ... |uesU for recipes for cheese knishes ch
- without eggs (for allergic children' will 0
Since it takes time to test and check the r
all v ab it six weeks until your fa write requ
printed. My favorites, which I have compiled into
a book will shed shortly. To write a book is no: .in
easy iking but it was a labor of love and I enjoyed
it Naming the book was not simple either. The book tells al ml
- How and Why of Jewish Gourmet Holiday Cookui
I could no: use this description as a title, since it is too
Finally, after long deliberation. I came up with a name: "A
Taste of Tradition." and I hope you will like it too.
The recipe here is for a satisfying potato salad which you
can serve as first course, side dish, or a party platter.
POTATO SALAD
6 large potatoes 1 tbl. vinegar
2 medium onions 1 tbl. mustard
2 tbls. parsley 1 tsp. salt
3 sour pickles Dash pepper
2 hard-boiled eggs Dash sugar
4 cup mayonnaise
Boil potatoes in skins in salted water. Cook until just tender,
(about 25 minutes). Peel under cold running water and cut into
small cubes. Chop the onions, pickles, parsley and eggs; add to
potatoes.
Mix the mayonmaise with mustard, vinegar, salt pepper and
sugar and pour over potatoes, tossing lightly to cover evenly
Cover and refrigerate until serving. This salad keeps well for
two days under refrigeration.
Before serving, garnish either the platter or individual dish*
with black olives, pimentos, parsley or other colorful, edibk
garnishes. Makes six to eight servings.
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Among the founders of the new Temple Beth
Moshe who purchased ground in San Souci
Estates on which to erect its new edifice were
these synagogue leaders, pictured at the
ground-breaking ceremony. From left to right
are Dr. George Segal, Mark Marks, temple
president Charles Weissman, Sisterhood
president Mrs. David Stark, Mr. Stark, F.
Leonard Miller, Rabbi Joseph A. Gorfinkel,
Ernest Gerstein, immediate past president
and ritual committee chairman, and rkn
Miller, honorary president.
Beth Moshe's Dream
Becoming A Reality
Beth Moshe Congregation's long-
cherished dream of relocating in
a more desirable neighborhood
where it could better serve North
Miami and the adjacent area, be-
gan to unfold when a parcel of
land in the San Souci Estates was
purchased by a dedicated group
of its leaders. including Cy
Bluiv.enihal, Danny Gnu.on, Ernest
Gerstein, David Karter, Mark
Marks, Ben .Miller. F. Leonard
Miller. Frances IV.; er, Milton
Pepper, Dr. George Segal, Mr. and
Mrs. David Stark and Charles
Weissman,
The dream is now in the process
of being realized; the corner stone
laying ceremony recently took
progress on Phase I of the
Temple's building program the
erection of the school building.
"General objectives for the en-
tire building project." said Charles
Weissman. Temple president, "are
based on creating and maintaining
a medium size congregation so as
to retain the warmth and friend-
liness that only a medium si/.ed
congregation could engender. We
want ours to be primarily a family
type congregation.
"The school building which is
now under construction will be
one of the most modern equipped
school buildings in the City of
Miami," he continued. There will
be nine classrooms, a hall which
place, and construction is now in ; wi|1 scrve m a temporary sanctu-
"~~ ary until the regular one is built,
and a number of offices. We in-
vite the registration of the chil-
dren in the area in our religious
school."
Rabbi Joseph A. Gorfinkel spiri-
tual leader of the Congregation
said: "I am both proud of and
inspired by the founders of the
New Temple Beth Moshe and their
decision to build the school edifice
first rather than the sanctuary
proper. They have manifested a
concern for Jewish education and
the children and young people
of the Sans Souci and its sur-
rounding areas of Keystone Point.
North Miami, Bay and Bal Harbor
communities that is truly admir-
able, for the children of these
founders are grown and married
or about to be married.
"From an enlightened self-in-
terest point of view, it should have
been their priority to build the
sanctuary first so that their per-
sonal needs would be answered
first," Rabbi Gorfinkel said. "But
they sacrificed their personal
needs and desires so that the
Jewish children of the com-
munity can be provided with a
meaningful Jewish education and
an appreciation of their Jewish
heritage.
"They have indeed acted in the
traditional and classical manner
of our people and our heritage
which dictates to us that "Talmud
Torah Kneged Kulam the
study and the teaching of Torah
must take fop priority in the
Jewish community."
Literary Musical Program
The "Oneg Shabbos" of the
David Pinski Club will include a
literary-musical program Friday
at 8 p.m., in the Ida Fisher High
School Cafeteria. 1450 Drcxel Ave.,
Miami Beach. Theme of a talk by
L. Lasavin, noted author and lec-
turer, will be "The Historic Sig-
nificance of Pu.rim." Hilda Zucker,
accompanied by Paul Yanovsky,
will entertain.
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MANICURIST
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LET MY PEOPLE GO!
Purim Luncheon and Concert
Sunday, February 27,1972-12 Noon
ALGIERS HOTEL
Couvert $2.50
Guest Speaker: RABBI DR. IRVING LEHRMAN
Spiritual Leader of Temple Emanu-EI
ZVI KOLITZ,
Israeli Author, playwright,
producer and Journalist of
International Reputation
ARTHUR S. ROSICHAN,
Executive Vice-President of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
Concert By The World Renowned
SARAH AND CHAIM FERSHKO
(ante and help us rescue our brethren from
Soviet Russia!
Identify yourself with Israel's future security!
Moe Levin, Chairman
An Israeli model shows a
hostess gown which is one
of 23 costumes designed
and executed by students
of the Beth Zeiroth Mizrachi,
Jerusalem, the first voca-
tional high school for girls
established in Israel. The
collection of machine and
nand-knits is now touring
the United States in show-
ings sponsored by the Miz-
rachi Women's Organiza-
tion of America. Titled
"From Israel with Love/
the fashion show reflects
the growth of Israel's knit
industry.
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Friday. February 25. 1972
Jews In Sports
By: HASKEU COHFN
Violence Of Lnsportsman-Like Sportsmen
THh TURK AT OF WAR by Sadat and renewal of
fighting on the Suez Canal has to be considered
but in the meantime some minor wars on the home
HI have broken out in several areas in the sport-
world. Game* in soccer and basketball league: are
being played with an unusual amount of bellicosity
I recently watched the opening soccer matches
-.< IVMImmI League Football season and in both
la of the double-header, featuring Maccabi sod
' '"' I T' A' I* elevens against strong opposition.
appall at serleos displays of fisticuff- which
marred both romest. The same day the soccer
Ub ir Haifa between two league rivals saw that
-a ne end w.th the goalie of on'- club rolling ir. the
batMins the oppo-ing team's coach.
A few days late-r in league basketbail in TV I
A- v. Jack Ar/ner. a Sabra. who grew up in the
ta and attended tlie University of Cincinnati and
in now play ;n for Betar Jerusalem, for no apparent
re Ma hauled off and slugged the popular captain
at Tel Aviv, Ron-.y Gotl. and fractured his ja.v in
th-f-e place*. Oott. caned away to the hospital, also
tained a -everc concussion ar.d it is feared his
playing days are over.
Rivalry in Israel sports has always been keen
but psychologists are hard put to explain the reason
for so much physical brutality lately. Unlike the
states where competition is primarily at the high
school and college levels, play in the Holy Land is
between clubs which for the most part are arms
of political movement*. As a result of pressures
exerted by the politico*. clubs are zoing to ridiculous
extremes in order to secure winning teams.
A sad result is that Israel's sports programs
are being diffused with profe-sjionals from abroad
ami with under the table payments to its better
amateur athletes. In order to restrain two top
st players from leaving the country, bonus* s of
astronomical values were granted them so that to-
iay each star is considered independently wealthy
for the rest of his life.
It may be that the recent defeat sustained hi
the European Basketball Cup play by the Maccabi
Tel Aviv Bve may change some of the hoop leaders'
thinking vis-a-vis c!ub basketball and national team
play.
Maccabi Tel Aviv, loaded with plenty of money,
thought it could buy itself into European Cup
Between Tm tad /We: By BORIS SMOIAH
Full Story Not Yet Told
EOR THOME WHO SEEK perspective in the strug-
gle to Iv-Jn Soviet Jews, it would be advisable
to read "In tbe Caus- of Soviet Jewry." published
by the American Jewish Commit-
The AJCommittee has also
published recently an annotated
bibliography of books, periodicals,
pamphlets and artiol--s on Soviet
Jewry which appeared in the Eng-
lish language during the last Qve
in.
?N ^^Bjt In the Cause of Soviet Jewry"
- ^B*- does not tell the full story of the
AJComniittce's concerns and efforts in behalf of
the Soviet Jews ranging from the search for au-
thentic data about the nature and forms of dis-
crimination against Jews in the Soviet Union to
educating and mobilizing public opinion and action
in this country. The full story of the AJCommit-
tee'l involvement is still to be told. However, the
mentioned publication provides good background
ISRAEL NPfiSLHTER
and orientation for those who are just now ioining
in the fight for equal rights for Jews in the U3.S.R.
The annotated bibliography of recent wr.
on Soviet Jewry is similarly intended to focus inter-
est on the Soviet government's treatment of it-
Jews. Entitled "Jews in the Soviet Union.' it li-t
and summarizes some 290 books and writings which
deal with the political, social and cultural conditions
of the Jews there. It also deals with the anti-Zionist
and anti-Semitic propaganda in the Soviet press
and tadio and with the political reprisals, arrests
and trials of Jews who seek to leave the country.
Population and sociological studies on Soviet
Jewry are also covered in the compiled bibliogra-
phy. So arc historical and ideological sources of
Soviet policy toward Jews. It is the first compre-
hensive bibliography of writings concerning Sjvict
Jewry published since January 1967. and consti-
tutes a key to contemporary' literature for those
Interested in the fate of Soviet Jewry.
By Cart Alperi
Jerusalem And The Christians
yjILI.IONs OF CHRISTIANS throughout the
'w* world think of this holy city of Jerusalem in
terms of their religion. Few are aware that through
the centuries only a relatively
Ismail number of Christians have
dwell here. Since the toppling of
the- Crusader kingdom in the Mid-
dle Ages, the Moslems have seen
to it that their domination of the
life and culture of the city has
been sturdy. Christians and Jews
were tolerated on and off, but the
Moslems were in control. The min-
aret built 800 years ago has remained taller thar
the Church of the Holy Sepulchre next door.
For centuries the actual number of Christians
in Jerusalem was almost infinitesimal, and it WSJ
not until the beginning of this century that their
population began to grow. Under the British man-
date the number of Moslems and Christians was
almost equal. In 1946 there were 31.000 Christians
What happened to the Christians after old
Jerusalem came under Jordanian rule is told by
Ori Stendal in an article in the magazine. "Chris-
tian News from Israel" The return of Moslem con-
trol and domination triggered off a rapid emigra-
tion of Christians so that in 1961 there were only
11,000 and in 19ti7 only 8.500 left in Jerusalem.
The vanishing of Christian influence was best
visible in the municipal council of the old city o!
Jerusalem. In 1955 only one Christian was elected
a council member. In elections thereafter none at
all were chosen, and so the Jordanian government
arbitrarily appointed some Christian councilors tc
keep up appearances.
Christians and Moslems may have been class
neighbors, but they always kept pretty much apart
Marriage between the two communities was anc
remains very rare.
With the help of mission societies, the Chris-
tians have had by far the better schools. Theii
youth was much better educated, but this education
proved self-defeating. The young people saw nc
future in Jerusalem, and so the trend to emigration
was accelerated. Incidentally, it should be noted
that the Christians who emigrated rarely went tG
other Arab countries. They turned their faces Iron:
the Middle East, and went to the United States,
Canada, South America or Australia.
The Six-Day War brought about many changes
For one thing it broke the Moslem domination. For
the first time in many centuries the Holy City is
now open and free in all its parts to pilgrims of all
faiths, without discrimination, penalties or fear
Each religion is protected in its holy sites by the
Israel government.
Furthermore, after the first shock of disloca-
tion there was an economic recovery and a new
prosperity. Some of the emigration has continued,
to be sure, but it has been offset by the birth rate
so that the decline in Christian population has
ceased.
The newspapers carry occasional reports about
proposals to "internationalize" Jerusalem, or return
it to the Jordanians. There are debates on the sub-
ject inside and outsitle the United Nations. It would
appear that many in the Christian world have little
real understanding of the revolution which has taken
place in the Holy City. And there are some who
would turn the clock all the way back to the days of
Saladin, the conqueror who in 1187 routed the
Christians from Jerusalem.
What Israel has done for the Holy City in the
past three years has been an historic achievement
which the Christian world will yet come to realize
and appreciate. And the clock will not be turned
back.
championship contention. A buying expedition in
the United States brought the Maccabis Steve
Chubin. who played for seven ABA teams in a
three-year pro tenure; Ron Dun lop. a black journey-
man, and Steve Bilsky. late of the Ivy League
champion Pennsylvania quintet.
Exponents of a good national basketball 'earn
for Isnv.-l are trying to convince heads of the club
-ram to combine their efforts and work toward
the possibility of getting Israel past the trial com-
petition in August for one of the two open berths
available to the Middle East for Olympic Competi-
tion.
With that thought in mind the U.S. Committee
for Sports in Israel, headed by Nat Holman. has
arranged for a top flight American coach to handle
the teaching reins in Israel. Shortly after the first
of the year. Doyle Parrack. an All-American at
Oklahoma State under Hank Iba. who coached suc-
cessfully at Oklahoma City, Oklahoma and Okla-
homa State, will leave for a year's stay in Israel
where he takes over the complete teaching and
coaching program at both the senior and junior
rational levels.
'Err.
BOO* mm By Seymour B. Uebfiwra
Personalia
THE FAMED ARTIST, Frank Kkinholz, came to
hi- prol ssion during his adult life. His early
ning as a lawyer, his orientation as a Jew and
his empathy for his fcDow-meti
have enabled him to see and por-
tray people and scenes with the
sensitivity of the artist. His book.
The Flowering Rock I University of
Miami Press, $101 is the account
of his six month's stay in 1950 on
the Isle de Brehet. Kleir.holz
proves himself cO be as adept with
words as he is with oils.
The book contains 88 pen and ink. pencil an.,
charcoal sketches of the people he saw and th(
places he visited off the Normandy coast. In addi-
tion to this wealth of beautifully reproduced
sketches and Bernard Lipsky's elegantly designed
book, there is the charming account of life amon.-
the Bretons as experienced by the author-painter,
his wife and two children. Kleinhoiz' writing Is Im-
bued with a warmth and naturalness and is high-
lighted by the deft interposition of humor. The book
is a rare gem.
Lives and Voices edited by Stanly F. Chvvt
'Jewish Publishing Society. $6.50 is a collection
of 19th and 20th Century' American Jewish memoirs
of nine people, only one of whom is a figure of note
One cannot escape the unkind thought that some ol
the authors were inclined to see their lives or
minor exploits with something less than a modicum
of humility. Whether these memoirists "leave a
unique and vivid portrait of American Jewish life
between the 1850s and 1960s" iper the jacket' U
deba table.
Arnold Stern's The Making of A Genius < Hurri-
cane House Publishers. $5i is the story of how a
determined father "made a genius'' of his daughter
Edith. He withdrew her from Dade County Schools
because he became disenchanted with them and un-
dertook her education himself. She entered collep
at 12, graduated at 14, became an instructor at
Michigan State University at 15. and wa- to re-
ceive her Ph.D. at 18. One is non-plussed at times
to decide whether the book is an account of the
father a colorful character and deserving o: a
book about himself or that of the daughter. He
comes through too often and his obtrusivenes.- de-
tracts from the story of his daughter.
The Conaeieaec or a Majority by Barry Gold-
water 'Pocket Books, SI.25) is an expo-ition of
the senator's political philosophy. His exposure o!
the ldilure of liberalism and his chapters on "The
Shape of the Future" are thought-provokir,,.
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JBHBT. VJ,


Fiidoy. February 25, 1972
*Jen isti Fkrftfiann
Page 9-C
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722Act! of 1941
File No 71-A-980
N'OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
Nathaniel U". Sicccl holder of Coun-
ty Tax Sale Certificate No. 7534 la-
med the 2th day of May, A.I). ll'tiD,
han riled same in my offiee, and has
in.el' application tor a tax deed to ne
Issued thereon. Bald Certificate em-
i.i.i.-.-s the following described prop-
ertj In fhe Couuly of Dade, State of
Florida, in-Mii; ., .......
i.i.i- 6-7- I Blk 5, Dixie lljiis
loins. Plat Booh 21 Page 32,
Si ii..ii gjj Township r.."i South,
Range 1" Cast in Hi.. County of
Dade, State of Florida.
Tlii- aaaeasmenl of said property un-
der the said cortlflcate was in Hi*
name of: John Portion s- \V7 Carrie
Unless said certificate shall be re-
deemed according to law, the prop-!
eriy described herein will be ."-old to
the highest bidder for rash at the |
Courthouse door on the firs! Monday
In the nioiiih of March, lr7i", which
is the Klh day of March, 1978.
Dated tins ::isi day of January,
3872.
K. B. LBATHERMAN
citric of Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida.
By I' !'. Guldstrand, I>.C.
Circuit court Seal
2/4-11-18-28
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-2123
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
RE: T11K MARRIAGE < >F
CK1 A. S11INK1.E
"Wife
and
IES K. SI I INK I. B
Husband
JAMES K SH1NKLB
(Residence Unknown)
TOU ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
[that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
"rini" has boon filed against you and
you are required 10 serve a ropy of
your written defenses, if any. to It
on MAILSHALL I!. FISHER, .attorney
for Petitioner, whose address is M53
i S. Dixie Highway, Suite 300, Miami.
Florida, and file the original with the
Iclork of the above styled court on or
Ihcfotc March loth, 1f72; otherwise a
default will be entered against you
Ifor the relief demanded in the com-
^plalnt or petition.
This notice shall be puhlisHed once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FI/>RIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
aid court at Miami. Florida on this
1st do) of January. l!>72.
K. II. WEATHERMAN.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
r)ade County, Florida
lly N. A. HKWETT
As Deputy Clerk
iCircuit Court Seal)
IARSHAL,L IS. FISHER
Attorney for Wife
M5S s Dixie Highway
Miami. Florida
Attorney tor Petitioner
9/4-11-18-25
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722Acts of 1941
File No 71-A-923
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Nathaniel W. Siegel holder of Couu-
Ifv Tax Selo Certificate No. 478 is-
sued the 2Mb day of May, A.D. 1!>69.
lias filed same in my office, a'na has
nade application for a tax deed to be
,--U'"l ther.on. Said Certificate em-
Sraees the following described prop-
erty In the County of Dade, State of
rlor.da. to-wit:
l/t 7 It W J.5 Ft of lt 8 urn
i 3. Orchard Villa., Plat Book 7
[ Page 58 in the County of Dade,
J State of Florida.
B'Thls deed will be issued subject to
" other outstanding delimiuent City
ili.iiin taxes and Hens and 1971
.Ullty taxes and City of Miami
tea and liens.
i The assessment of said property
der siild certificate was in the name
I: Leon I* Cohen.
Pi less said certificate shall be re-
emed accyding to law. the prop-
nescnneil herein will be sold to
, highest bidder for cash nt the
arthouse door on the first Monday
the month of .March. 1972, which is
6th day of March. 1972.
u'.ed this 31st day of January.
E. It. LBATHERMAN
Clerk of Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida.
By P. F. Guldstrand. D.C.
ruil Court Seal
2/4-11-18-?"
I
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
[LEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-3265
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
! RE: THE MARRIAGE <>F
MtO GARCIA, Husband
and
RTA GARCIA. Wife
>: MIRTA GARCIA
Salud 219Apt. 4
Habana. Cuba
gDU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
an action for Dissolution of Mar-
f has been filed against you and
arc required to serve a copy of
t" written defenses, if any, to It on
lllermo Sostchln, attorney for P-
oner, whose address is 101 N.W.
Avenue. Miami. Florida, and file
original with the dork of the
i styled court on or before March
1972; otherwise default will he
ered against you fur the relief de-
rided in the complaint or petition.
.Ills notice shall be published once
r-h week for four consecutive weeks
THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal 01
Lid court at Miami, Florida on this Ir,
y of February. 1972.
EG. a LBATHERMAN,
As Clerk. Clrcuil Court
Dade County, Florida
By; c P. COPBLAND
As Deputy Clerk
fc-cuit Court Seal)
ormo SoHtchin. Esq.
NB & SOSTCHIN
i.W. 12th Avenue
ii, Florida
2/I8-23 3 .1-10
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722Acts of 1941
File No 71-A-967
NOTICE IS HEREBV GIVEN lhat
Nathaniel W. Siegcl holder of Coun-
i t.v Tax Sale Certificate No. 6371 Is-
sued Ho- 29lb day of .May, A.I). 1969,
' has filed same in my office, anil has
; made application for a lax deed to be
I issued thereon. .Said Certificate em-
I braces die following described prop-
erty In Ine County ol Dade, State of
i Florida, t"- it,-. -.
Lots ii i 15 Elk I, Hlghridge
Park Plal Booh it Page .". In the
Coimt] Of Dade, Stale of Florida.
I'll, assessment of said property un-
der the said certificate was in the
name of: Aquasag hive- tors Inc.
i'nlasfl 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 nth day of .March. 1972.
Dated this 31st day of January.
1973.
E. It. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida.
By P. F. Guldstrand, D.C.
Clrcuil Court Seal
2 4-11-ls-".-.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722Acts of 1941
File No 71-A-965
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Nathaniel W, Siegcl holder of Coun-
ty Tax Sale Certificate No. 6324 is.
sued the 29th day or May. A.D. 1969,
lias filed same in my office, a'r.d has
made application for a lax deed to be
issued thereon. Said Certificate cm-
braces the following described prop-
erty In the County of Dade. State ol
Florida, t"-wil:
lx>t 9 Hlk l. Oorray Park.-. Plat
Hook 12 Page 30 in the County of
Dade, Slate of Florida.
The assessment of said properly
under the said certificate was in the
name of: Napoleon Stanley & W;
Dorenc.
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, 1972.
Paled this 31st day of January,
1972.
i: R LBATHERMAN
Clerk of Circuit Court.
Dide County, Florida.
B> P. F". Guldstrand, D.C.
Circuit Court Seal
2/4-11-18-25
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICt 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,
CHARLES LEONARD WRIGHT,
I Petitioner,
in HENRY WALTER LKDLEY
Residence liiknoM n
Address unknown
YOU, HENRY WALTER l.EDI.EY.
are hereby notified lhat a Petition for
Adoption of your minor children has
been fllid against you. and you are
required to nerve a cony of your An-
swer or Pleading lo the Petition for |
Adoption on the Petitioner's attorney,
ROBERT II. BURNS, BSQL'IRB, 360
Lincoln lid. .Miami Beach, Florida
and file the original answer or J
Pleading In the office of the Clerk of;
the t'lrcuit Court on or before the K
day of March. 197?: If you fail lo do
so. judgment by default "ill be taken
against you for Ihe relief demanded
in the Petition for Adoption.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEW ISH FM.oRIDIAN.
DUNE AMI ORDERED at
Dade County, Florida this 27
January, 1972.
!:. it. LEATHERMAN
Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
by: I, KNEEDEN
Deputy Clerk
(Clrcuil Court Seal)
ROBERT II. BURNS
350 Lincoln Road. Suite 214
.Miami Beach. Florida 13139
Attorney for Plaintiff
2/4-I1-1S-2..
Miami.
da) of
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722Acts of 1941
File No 71-A-9*1
NOTICF; IS HEREBY OIVBN that
Nathaniel W. Slegel holder of Coun-
ty Tax Sale Certificate No. 5891 Is-
sued the 29th day of May. A.D. 1969,
has filed same in my office, and has
made application for a tajt deed to
be- IsHUed thereon. Said Certificate
embraces the following described prop-
erty in the County of Dade, State of
Florida, te-wit:
W 20 Ft of S BOO Ft of N 1583 Ft
of E 1320 F't of K% of Govt Iy>t
3 Part of Lot .'.3 Hlk 3. Townships
...1 and r.4 Seutb. Range 40 Kasi,
containing .'23 Acres more or less
in the County of Dade, State of
Florida.
This deed will be Issued subject
to 1971 County taxes and liens.
The assessment of said property un-
der the said certificate was ill the
name of: Corlnne B. Baragar.
Unless said certificate shall be re-
deemed according to law, Ihe 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 fith day of .March. 1972.
Dated this 31st day of January,
1972.
B. b. i.eathf:rman
Clerk of Circuit Court,
Dade County. Florida.
By P. F\ Guldstrand, D.C.
Circuit Court Seal
2/4-11-1S-2S
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. 72-3231
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
WILLIAM YEAOBR, Husbund,
and
THERESA YBAOER. Wife.
to: thbrf:sa yf:agf;r
1665 Baker Avenue
North Merrick, New York 11."SR
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
rnu are required to serve a copy of
your written deft uses, if any. to it
on Sylvan Holtzman. EMI., attorney for
Petitioner, whose address is 1100 Con-
cord Building, Miami. Florida 33130.
and file the original with the clerk
of the above styled court on or be-
fore March -.'4. 1972; otherwise a de-
fault will be entered against you for
the relief demanded in the complaint
or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in TIIF" JEWISH FM.OHIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and Ihe seal of
said court at Miami, Florida on this
IS day of Feb.. 1972.
FI. B. LEATHERMAN.
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dnde County. Florida
Ilv: R. M. KISSEE
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
Sylvan Holtzman, Esq.
Goodman & Holtzman
linn Concord Building
Miami, Florida 3X130
Attorney for Petitioner
TX-fc>> 3/3_*"
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
DADE, FLORIDA.
CASE NO. 72-2103
NOTICE TO DEFEND.
IN RJfii The Marriage of Maria
Joeefa RodrTgues, Wife,
And. Jos.- .Maria
Rodriguez, Husband.
YOU, Jose Mari.a Rodriguex. Car-
retera Central, Kilometro ;| Ooste,
<'a maguey, Cuba, are required to file
an Answer to the Petition F'or Mar-
riage Dissolution with Ihe Clerk of
this Court, and serve copy thereof
upon .1. C. Laussel. 177" (4) W. Flag-
ler. Miami. Florida, your wife's law-
yer, not later than March in. 1972.
otherwise a Default will be entered
against you. DATED: 31 January.
.972.
f:. B. lf".athf:rman. Clerk
Circuit Court.
By: R.M. KISSEE, Deputy Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal)
2/4-11-1S-2:.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 72-448
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In IU-1: Estate of
HYMAN GIJKSMAN
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 aiid de-
mands which vou may have against
the .state of HYMAN GLIKS.MAN 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 733.111. 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 23
day of January, A.D. 1972.
SHIOLIMIN B. PALl.FZY
1497 N.W. 7 Street
Miami, Fla.
As F^xecutor
First publication of this notice on
the 4th nay of February. 1972.
SHELDON B PALLET
Attorney for Executor
1497 N.W. 7 Street
2/4-11-1S--'"
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722Acts of 1941
File No 71-A-937
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
Nathaniel VV. Slegel holder of County
Tax Sale Certificate No, 1934 issued
the 2tli day of May, A 11 1968, has
filed sain.- in my office, and han made
application for a tax deed in be issued
thereon. Saul Certificate embraces ihe
following described property In the
County of Dade. siat..... Florida, ">
wit:
I.i.i 5 Blk 100 Mary Brlckells Addn.,
Plat Book II Page II::. in the Coun-
ty of Dade, Slate of Florida.
This deed will be Issued sulj.it to
all other outstanding delinquent City
of .Miami laxes and liens and 1971
County tas.s and City of .Miami taxes
and liens.
The assessment or said property un-
der the Bald certificate was In Ihe
name of: Government ol Dominican
Republic.
I'nless said certificate shall be re-
deemed according to law, the prop-
erty described herein v. ill be sold to
the highest bidder for cash at the
Courthouse dour on the first Monday
in the month of .March. 1972, which Is
Ihe fith day of March, 1972.
i: B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of Circuit Court,
Dade Count) Florida,
By P. F. Guldstrand, D.C.
Clrcuil Court Seal
2 1-11-18- 25
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722Acts of 1941
File No 71-A-868
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIN EN thai
Nathaniel W. So gel holder i I
Tax Sale Certificate No Sfl" Issued
ilu- |si day of June, a D. I960, hag
filed same in my ofrice, .! has
made application for h tax dei*d lo i>o
issued thereon. Said Certifu Mi em-
braces the rollowlns. described prop*
erly in the I 'ountj <>i Dnde, Itati Florida, lo-wlt:
Lot I I .-. X M I'i .v N I ''
'.. h'ealin i slope llgts, Phil i
:i I'age .7. S. el ion --'. Tot
."..: South, Range ll East, In i'i--
"ou it j "i Dade, State of Florida
This deed will be uei nl.i.et
In 1971 County i.im and i.'ltj !
.Miami la \e> and llub
The assessment of said property
under the said e.-rtiti. ate .,... in
tin name of: \ i.....in "i Raffn.
I'nless said e.-itifieate shall be re
deemed according to law. the prup
rty described herein will bi sold n
the highest bidder for cash al th*
Courthouse door "ii the first .Monday
in ii.. month of March, 1972 which
is the 6 Dated tins :;l-t day of .' mil TV.
1973.
F! P. I.EATHBRMAN
i 'lerit of < 'Ireull Court,
11 ide i 'ount.v, Florida. I
By P. I'. Guldstrand. 11 '.
i "Ireull court Seal
! 4 -1'
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-5678
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
.MOLLY TASI.ITT
Dei-eased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
qulred to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of MOLLY TABLITT de-
ceased late of Dade County. Florida,
lo the County Judges of Dade Coun-
ty, and file the same in duplicate and
as provided In Section 733.16, Florida
Statutes, ill their offices In the Coun-
ty Courthouse hi Dade County. I"lor-
ida. within six calendar months from j
the time of the first publication here
of, or the same will be barred.
Dated al .Miami. Florida, this 19
day oi January, A.D. 1972.
RAE BATINKOFP
As Executrix
First publication Of this notice ..n
the Bli day of February, 1972.
ARONOWITZ, SILVER & BOOTH
By: .Max It. Silver
Attorney for Petitioner
:is Alnsle) Building
2 1-11-18-25
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN lhal
the undersigned, desiring to engagg
in business under the fictitious llama
of GARY LEASING CORP. d/b/a
ABB VAN I.INi:s at 2136 N IV. 2-lih
Avenue, Miami. F'la. Intendi to re-
gister said name with the Clerk o
the Circuit Court of Bade County*
: VRY LEASING C'"KP.
a Florida ciTjioraiion
2/11-18-23
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY hivkv thai
tlii' undersigned, desiring to enguga
in business under tin; fli titioui naWfJ
of ABC MOVING & STORAGE CO.
al 2136 N.W. 21th Avenue. Minmi, F'la,
intends t< register said name v ith
Hi,- Clerk of the circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
PAPI. D MERLIN
J 11 -1v-j .
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned desiring to engage ip
business under the fictitious name
of SILVIA CAFETF;RIA & RESTA1*-
BANT at 12:i W.W. >90l Street, Mi-
ami. F'la. intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
I'ourt of Dade County. Florida.
MIGIELA. DOM1NGUEZ
LEONARD .1. KALI8H
Attorney for applicant
1C29 DuPont Bldg.
Miami, Fla.
2/4-11-18-25
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERF:BY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of PETFrS INSTALLATIONS at 421
N.W. 183rd Terr., .Miami, Fla. intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dado County,
Florida.
petf:r a. rapone
2/4-11-18-25
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICF". IS HF;RF;RY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious names
of BANNER FI-\G CO.. BAKER
FIJVG CO.. MARY BAKER F1.AO
CO. at 1700 N. W. 15th Street.
Miami, Fla. 33125 intends to register
said names with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, F'iorida.
B. ME1RON, Sole Owner
2/11-18-25 3/3
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 72-199
(ARTHUR W. PRIMM)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RK; Estate of
ANNE AP.RAMS
Deceased.
'lo Alt Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified anil re-
nuired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of ANNE AHRA.MS de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade Coun-
ty, anil fib' the same in duplicate ami
as provided in Section 733.16. Florida
Statutes, in their offices in Ihe Coun-
ty Courthouse In Dade County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of or the same will be barred.
Dated at .Miami, Florida, this 18
day of January, A.D. 1972.
AARON KABTZ
As Executor
First publication, of tills notice on
the 4th day of February, 1972.
KWITNBY & KROOP
Attorneys for Estate
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Fla.
2/4-11-18-23
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 72-87
(BLANTON) ,
in RE: Estate of f
JACOB I'R1EDI.\ND
I IC< <'.l>ed.
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO ALL PERSONS INTER I "Si .-'.O
IN THE. ESTATE OK SAID
DECEDENT.
Yeu are hereby notified thai a wrlt
ten instrument purporting to be 'be
last will and testament of said de
i.dent has been admitted 16 probate
in said Court, 1 "u are hereby com-
manded within six calendar months)
from the date of the first publica-
tion of this notice to appear In salB
Court and show cause. If any you
can, wby the action of said Court in
admitting .-aid will to probate should
not stand unrevoked.
First publication "f this notice on
the i day of February, 1972.
JOHN R. BLANTON
County Judge /
Bv CORNELL ROBINSON
Clerk I
KELSON FT.LDMAN
Attorneys for Executrix
i iss Kan.- Concourse
Bay Harbor Islands, Flot da
Tele: M6-6HI
a J. SEAL o.,.,,.,*.*:
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722Acts of 1941
File No. 71-A-943
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
Nathaniel W. Siegel holder of County
Tax Sale Certificate No. 2773 issued
the 29th day of May. A.D. 1909. has
filed same In my office, and lias made
application for a tax deed to bo is-
Nued thereon. Said Certificate em-
braces the following described prop-
erty in the County of Dade. State of
Florida, to-wit:
Lots 8-4 Blk 2, St Albans Park.,
Plat BikMc 5 Page 81 m the Coun-
ty of Dude. State of Florida.
This deed will be Issued subject to
all other outstanding delinquent City
of Miami taxes and Hens and 1!71
County taxes and City of Miami taxes
and liens.
The assessment of said property un-
der "the said certificate wag in the
name of: Minnie C. Williams.
I'nless said certificate shall be re-
deemed according to law, the prop-
erty dcurlbed herein will be sold to
the highest bidder for cash at the
Courthouse door on the first Mondny
in the month of March, 1H72. which is
the Ith day of March. 1971.
Dated this 31st day of January.
1972.
B. B. LBATHERMAN
Clerk of Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida.
By P. F\ Guldstrand. DC.
Circuit Court Seal
8/4-11-18-23
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, W'fe
and
THOMAS WASHINGTON. Husband
TO: THOMAS WASHINGTON
(Residence Cnknown)
YOU ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
that :tn action for Dissolution of .Mar
riage has been filed against you Bll<
you ari- required to serve a copy 01
your written defenses, If any. to It oi.
DAVID B. STUNK, 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 tile complaint
or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JICUISH F'UBLIPIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami. F'iorida on
this 4th day of February, I87S.
E P.. LEATIIl-niMAX.
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
By: N. A. HEWETT
As Deputy Clerk
DAVID B. STONE
STONE & SOSTCHIN
Ml N.W. 12th Avenue
Miami. Florida 33130 358-4222
Attorney for Petitioner
2/11-18-25 3/3
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COU=.T
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
NO. 72-408 I
(ARTHUR W. PRIMM)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
ANNA ELIZABETH PLEMMER
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Pers, na 11 --
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate: ... .
You are herebj notified and re-
quired to present any claims and
inainls winch you may have against
the estate ot anna ELIZABETH
PLIIMMER deceased late ol Dade
County, Florida, Ihe Count] .TudC'i*
of Dade County, and file the same in
duplicate and as provided in Section
733.111, Florida statute.-, In their of-
fices iii the County Court* u.-.- la
Dade County, Florida, within six cal-
endar months from Ihe tim-- of ''-o
first publication hereof, or tin-
will be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this .8
da] Of January. A.D. 1972
JAMBS A. PLUMMBR, SR.
As Executor
First publication of tins notice >t>
the 4th nay of February. 1978.
HERBERT /.. MARVIN
Attorney l"r Executor
777 N.W. 72 Avenuo
Miami, Florida 8S12
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOT1CIC IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
THE SIRPRISE IjOITNOB at 451 |
N W. 79th Street, Miami, Ma. in-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida __
VERONICA LEWIS
Miriam Beckerman
Attorney for applicant
I v.-, S.W. 3rd Ave.
.Miami, Fla.
2/18-25 3/3-10
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH E
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT-
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
No. 72-2435
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In Re The Marriage Of: J
PAULINE Johnson, Wife
and GILBERT JOHNSON. I
husband ,
TO: GILBE.RT JOHNSON
713 West Roaoh Stre.-t
Indianapolis'. Indiana
YOr ARE HEREBY notified II 1
a Dissolution of Marriage has I.....i
filed against you. and you are here-
by required to Igtrve a copy ot your
answer or other pleading to lh
petition on the Wife's attorney
LEISTER Rocfiks. whose artflress i*
1454 N.W. 17th Avenue, Miami. Flo-
rida M1S5, and file Ihe Original with,
the Clerk of the above style*. Cou
on or before the 17th daj oi Man i.
1971 or R Default will be entet i
against you.
DATED this 3rd day of Febtua >'.
l72.
H. B. LEATHERMAN
Cl.-rk of Circuit Court
By: C. P. COPBIjAND
2/11-1S-2',


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Friday. February 25. 1971
Obituaries
WEBER, Benjamin. 7, 10171 Collins
Ave.. Bal Harbour Blasberg.
WEINZiMMER, Julia C, 79. 760
Euclid Ave M.B. Newman.
WEISS. Isidor, 78. or N.M.B.
Riverside.
WILDSTEIN. Jacob. 79, of Molly-
wood. Riverside.
ASNOFF, IfOfTta, 75. 2899 Collins
Ave., M B. Blasberg.
COTLOW, Sylvia, t>4. 1100 West Ave.,
M.B. Riverside.
FINKELSTEIN. Fanny. 73, 83 N.W.
169th SI Riversi'l,
LINDMEIMER. Phyllis L.. 45. 1214
N.E. 92nd St.. Miami Shores.
Riverside.
MERVIS, Elisabeth, 78. 6580 Santona
St., Coral Gables. Gordon. Inter-
ment Ml. Nebo.
SCHAUBER, Max. 76. 6770 Collins
Ave., M.B. Blasberg.
SPIEGEL, Joseph, 71. 227 13th St..
M.B. Newman.
BIRK. Isabel M., of Coral Cables.
Riverside. Interment Mt. Nebo.
COHEN, Rose. 75, 910 Ocean Dr.,
M.B. Gordon.
COHN. Morris, 83. 615 5th St., M.B.
lordon.
JACOBS, Helen. 84. 550 9lh St.. M.B.
KOEHLER, I-ena, 83, 13415 N.W, ZtDd
Ave.
KULBRESH, Fannie, 67, Of Miami.
Riverside
SEROTHA, Charlotte, 75. 10M N.W.
2nd St. Ncumaii.
SPRINGER, Joseph M '' 8Snd St.,
M.B Newman. Interment ML
Nebo.
WEISSER, Hyman. 84. 6515 Collins
Ave.. Mil Riverside.
BENRUBE, Samuel Jacob, 74. of
M.B. Riverside. Interment ML
Sinai.
BURICKSON, Abraham, 77, of M.B.
Riverside.
GEWIRTZ, I.lpa, 78. 17791 N.E. 13th
Ave., N.M.B. Riverside.
KANTORAS, Morduchas, 78. 15"0
Bay Rd. Riverside.
SADIKOFF, Max, 78, 1400 Ocean Dr.,
M B. Riverside.
BERNSTEIN, Joseph, 81, of M.B.
Riverside.
BRANKER, Nat D., 76. 17090 N.E.
14th Ave., N.M.B. Newman.
COLE. Fanny. 86. 1610 B.W. 87th CL
Gordon Interment Mt. Nebo.
ENT1N, Isidore. 71. of M.B.
Riverside.
FLORENCE, Zelda, 75, 1825 Collins
Ave.. MB. Newman.
GOODMAN, Morris. 74. 8350 S.W.
27th Lane. Gordon
KRAKOW. Genia. 61. 3101 S.W. 23rd
St. Gordon. Interment Mt. Sinai.
LENCHITZ, Marcus, 92, of M.B.
Riverside. Interment Mt. Sinai.
LIEBOWITZ, Elsie. 61, of N.M.B.
Interment Mt. Sinai.
NUCHTERN, Rebeka (Glna). 73, 418
S.W. 26th Rd. Gordon. Interment Mt.
Nebo.
ROSE, Dorothy. 88, 1200 Collins Ave.,
M.B. Gordon. Interment Mt. Sinai.
ROSENBLUM, Henry, 63. of N.M.B.
Riverside.
ROTH, Bernard, 59. 1000 West Ave.,
MB Blasberg.
RUDNICK, Paula. 68. of M.B.
Riverside.
ADLER, Bessie, 69, 3737 Collins Ave.,
M.B. Gordon.
ASHENOFF, I^ena. 81. 650 S.W. 44th
PI. Riverside. Interment Mt. Nebo.
BERG, Lilly, 72, 1849 S. Ocean Dr.,
M.B. Riverside.
DUMKE, William, 72, 230 Meridian
Ave., M.B. Newman.
LOEB, David. 73, 1416 Ocean Dr.,
XI.B. Newman.
LUCHTER, Charles, 72. of M.B.
Riverside. Interment ML Nebo.
SANKIN, Anna, 72, of M.B. River-
side.
SHERWIN. Flora. 80. 1900 Collins
Ave.. M.B. Riverside. Interment
ML Nebo.
SIEGEL, Julius. 62. of Hallandale.
Riverside. Interment ML Sinai.
WEINBERG, Jacob, 79, 1861 N.W.
8th Ave. Gordon. Interment ML
Nebo.
ABRAMS. Kate. 82, 7640 Carlyle Ave..
MB. Riverside.
BOYARSKY, Samuel. 88, 17*4 Mar-
seilles Dr.. MB. Blasberg.
LANDEN, I^eona K.. 52. of S. Miami.
Riverside. Interment Mt. Sinai.
LEHMAN. Victor. 84. 320 Collins
Ave.. M.B. Blasbery-
SUNOEL, David Joseph. 88. 1551 N.E.
167th St.
TEPLITZ, Harry S 61. 20C5 N.E.
121st St. Rd., North Miami.
Blasberg.
WEINBAUM. Maurice, 75. 711 O'-ean
Dr.. MB. NewmaTi.
CIRKLE, Zena W 77 1SO0 Bay ltd.,
M B. Blasberg.
COHEN. Mollle A.. 62. of Hollywood.
Riverside. Interment Mt. Sinai.
DONDICK. IJllie. 49. 113" 11th St.,
.Ml: Blasberg.
EICHBAUM, Elizabeth. 74. 101 Ocean
l>r M.B.
FEINBERG. Herman. 72. 400 Kings
Point Dr. Blasberg.
KAUFMAN, Max, 67, 4600 N.E. 14th
Ave. Newman.
LAPIDES, Minnie. 86. of North
Miami. Riverside.
PICK, William. 75, 201 S. Ocean Dr.,
M.B. Newman.
POSNER, Isidore, 8S. 820 83rd St.,
M B.
ROSEN, Max, 83, 1451 Ocean Dr..
M.B.
SIGMUND, Florence, 70, 1555 Collins
Ave M.B. Blasberg.
WAGNER. Frederick Fieta, 82. of
M.B. Riverside.
WHITE, Sophie, 74. of M.B. River-
side. Interment Mt. Nebo.
WIEDER, Harry, 65. of Rural Dade,
Riverside. Interment Star of
David.
ALTSULER, Anna. 75. 3"51 S.W. 3rd
Ave. Gordon. Interment Star of
David.
ASEKOFF. Dr. Myer. (5, 7000 Har-
bor Island, M.B. Newman.
BINDER. Elisabeth, 79. of M.B.
Riverside. Interment ML Nebo.
COLMAN, Florence. 64. of North
Miami. Riverside. Interment Mt.
Nebo
GRABARNICK, Jake, 81. 135 3rd St.,
M B Riverside.
HALPERN, Sarah, 73, 900 16th St.,
M.B. Blasberg.
HUTTNER. Emil. 84, 1460 Ocean Dr.,
M B. Newman.
KUBA, Doris, 51, of Coral Gables.
Riverside.
LIBOVITZ. George I 50. of M.B.
Riverside, interment Mt. Sinai.
RAHINSKY, Sarah. 72, 1750 N.E.
I91sl St. Gordon.
SHiFF, Sarah. 7s. 997 S.W. 14th
Ave Gordon. Interment ML Sinai.
SILVERSTEIN, Abraham, 80, of MB.
Riverside.
SINK. Matilda, 83, 4540 Mimosa Park
Ave. Blasberg.
ADLER, Bernard B., 67, of M.B.
Gordon.
ADLER, I-ewls, 55, of Miami.
Riverside.
COHEN, Joseph, 1605 Miami Gardens
Dr.
GOLDBERG. William. 75. 2929 Point
East Dr., N.M.B. Blasberg.
GLASSBERG, Ellis. 83. 42 Collins
Ave., M.B. Riverside.
HERSHKOWITZ, Kaln. 84. 80 Wash-
ington Ave M.B. Newman.
KNOX. Harry, 52, of Miami. River-
side.
LEVIN E, Bernard, 78, 2903 Point
East Dr., N.M.B. Blasberg.
LEVINE, Fannie, 80, of M.B. River-
side. Interment ML Nebo.
LEB. Stella.. 76. 1460 N.E. 169th SL
POSNER, Isidore, 83. of 820 83rd St.,
M.B.
ROSS. Morris, 71, of M.B. Riverside.
SPEISMAN, Herman. 72, 2618 Collins
Ave., M.B. Newman.
ABRAMSON, Nartha, 69, 3141 Byron
Circle, Hollywood. Blasberg.
COHN, Rae, of 51.B. Gordon.
EITEN. Rose Ellenbogen, 75. of M.B.
Riverside.
HARRIS, Max, 83. 913 Sflth St.. M.B.
Riverside. Interment Mt. Sinai.
MATTES, Minnie, 81, 550 9th St.,
M B
PATTERSON, Cecilia, 83. 6845 S.W.
2th Ter. Gordon.
WEIL. Edna S., 63. of North Miami.
Riverside.
ZUCKER. Reuben M 67, 10295 Col-
lins Ave.
BRENNER, Joseph. 78. 47 Washing-
ton Ave.. M.B. Riverside.
FLEISSNER, Yetta, 69, 5306 N.W.
49th Ter Newman.
GREENHILL, Anne. 7334 Harding
Ave MB. Newman. Interment
ML Sinai.
KARASEK, Morris. 73, 3055 Collins
Ave., M.B. Newman.
KOLTNOW, Llllle. 81. 47 N.W. 32nd
PI Gordon. Interment Mt. Sinai.
LEBOWITZ. Sol, 75, 4101 Collins Ave.,
M.B. Blasberg.
LEVINSKY. Sara, 73. 1874, N.E.
170th St., N.M.B. Newman.
MILHAUSER, T^-slle, 65, 3233 N.E.
34th St. Newman.
ZEIDENSTEIN. Abe. 76. 650 Pennsyl-
vania Ave.. M.B. Newman.
BIEL, Samuel. 78, 400 Ocean Dr.,
M.B. Newman.
COHEN. Tsaae. ;., 1120 Collins Ave.,
M.B. Newman.
DENBY, Henry, 73, 7950 Tatum
Waterway Dr., M I! niasberg.
GINSBERG. Jennie W., 78, of N M B
River-ide.
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Miami Monument Company
3279 S.W. 8th Street, Miami
444-0921 444-0922
Open Sunday thru Friday
Personalized Memorials Custom
Crafted in our own workshop.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
iHSDBI, at P. O. Box 287, North
Miami Beach, Fla. intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
ROBERTO DBLGADO
ISM A EL BUSQUET
2/25 3/3-10-17
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA.-IN PROBATE
No. 72-878
(JOHN R. BLANTON)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
EDWARD A COHEN.
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 EDWARD A. COHEN,
deceased late of Dade County. Flor-
ida, to the County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same In duplicate
and as provided in Section 733.16.
Florida Statutes, in their offices In
the County Courthouse In Dade Coun-
ty. Florida, within six calendar
months from the time of the first
publication hereof, or the same will
be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 16th
day of February. A.D. 1972.
HARRIET COHEN. Co-Executrix
PAULA t.EEDS. Co-Executrix
As Executrii M
First publication of this notice on
the 25 day of Februarv. 1&72
KI-RT UBM.ISCH, Attorney at Law
Attorney for Estate of EDWARD
A '< iHEN. DEC.
197 Almeria Avenue
"oral Gables. Fla. 33134
2/25 3/3-10-17
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 72-3562
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
AIJJERT F. SULLrVAN,
Husband,
NELLIE IJJE SL'LLIVAX,
WIFE.
TOO NELLIE LEE SULLTVAN
a/k/a NELLIE W. GERARD. 2112
South Dixie Road, Dalton, Georgia,
ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to file
your written defense to this Dissolu-
tion of Marriage with the Court's
Clerk and serve a copy upon Plain-
tiffs Attorneys. VON ZAMFT &
SMITH. 1512 Capital Bank Bldg.. Mi-
ami. Florida on or before the 31 day
of Starch, 1972. else the Petition will
be taken as confessed.
DATED: FEB. 17 1972.
& B. LEATHERMAN. CLERK
BY: C. P. COPBI.AND
Denutv Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
/S J/3-10-17
UGAL NOTKf
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
i the undersigned, desiring to engage in
i business under the fictitious names of
JONETTE SALES; JONETTE EN-
TERPRISES at 600 WEST 28th Street.
Hialeah. Florida 33010 intends to reg-
ister said names with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
SIMM PRODUCTS. INC
By: SIDNEY tIKRBER
HARRY ZCKERNICK
Attorney for Applicant
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Fla. 33139
2/4-11-18-25
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THt
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO. 72-3614
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
SAMUEL KRAMER,
Husband,
and
MARY ESTHER KRAMER a/k/a
MIRIAM ESTHER KRAMER,
Wife.
YC.r MARY ESTHER KRAMER
a/k/a MIRIAM ESTHER KRAMER,
245 East 178 Street. Bronx. New-
York. ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to
file your written defenses to this
Dissolution of Marriage with the
Court's Clerk and serve a copv upon
Plaintiff's Attorneys. VON ZAMFT &
SMITH. 1512 Capital Bank Bldg. Mi-
ami. Florida on or before the 31 dav
of March, 1972. else the Complaint
will be taken as confessed.
DATED: FEB. 18, 1972.
E. B. LEATHERMAN. CI.ERK
BY: R M. KISSEE
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
2/25 3/3-10-17
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. 72-3656
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
In RE:
SOI. GREENSPAN, husband
anil
ELEANOR GREENSPAN, wife
TO: ELEANOR GREENSPAN
127n Kast 18th Street
Brooklyn, New York 11230
TOO ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Dissolution of Mar-
ri.iL'e has been filed agatnsl sou and
you are required to serve a "copv of
your written defenses, If anv, to It
on Robert H. Burns, attorney for
Petitioner, whose address is SM Lin-
coln Rd., Miami Beach, Florida, and
file the original with the clerk of
the above styled court on or before
March 31. 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 week-.
in THE JEWISH FI/ORIDIAN.
\\ ITNE8S my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami. Florida on
this U day of February, 1:172
E B LEATHERMAN.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade Countv. Florida
By L. SNBBDBX
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
ROBERT H. BURNS. ESQUIRE
35" Lincoln ltd.
Miami Beach. Fla.
Attorney for Petitioner
____________________2/258/3-10-17
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
KOSHER MAGIC FOOD at 143" Cleve-
land Road, Miami Beach, Fla. in-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
ELLEN FRITZ
2/25 8/3-10-17
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. 72-2252
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
IRIS L. ORTIZ, Wife
and
ANGEL MANUEL ORTIZ. Husband.
TO: ANGEL MANUEL ORTIZ
Residence unknown
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
on JERRY A. BURNS, attorney for
Petitioner, whose address is 908 City
National Bank Building, 25 West Flag-
ler Street. Miami, Florida 3313". and
file the original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
March 10, 1H72; 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 FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami, Florida on
this 1 day of Feb., 1972.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By R. M. KISSEE
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
JERRY A. BURNS
908 City National Bank Building
Miami. Florida 33130
Attorney for Petitioner
2/4-11-18-25
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 72-216 ,
(FRANK B. DOWLING)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of /
NAT BERKOWITZ.
Deceased.
To All Credlftirs and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired \o present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of NAT BERKOWITZ de-
ceased late of Dade County. Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade Coun-
ty, and file the same in duplicate and
as provided fn Section 733.16. Florida
Statutes, In their offices In Oie Coun-
ty Courthouse Dade County, Florida,
within six calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this It
day of February. A.D. 1972.
SALLY BERKOWITZ
As Administratrix
First publication of this notice 00
the 18 day of February, 1972.
CHARLES KANTOR
Attorney for Administratrix
420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. Fla.
2/18-25 3 3-10
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
B & K CONSTRUCTION at 10001 W.
Flagler Street, Miami, Fla. Intends to
register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
JULES BECK
Miriam Beckerman
Attorney for applicant
1895 S.W. 3rd Ave.
Miami. Florida
2/25 3/3-10-17
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
PROFESSIONAL ART SUPPLIES at
number 7985 S.W. 135th Street, in
the City of Miami. Florida, Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade Countv
Florida.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 18th
day of February, 1972.
BARBARA OILLMAN
MARVIN H OILLMAN
Attorney for Applicant
3898 Biscayne Boulevard
Miami, Fla. 33137
2/25 3/3-10-17
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 72-749
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
1 ISIDOR PLATNICK
Deceased.
; To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
I lug Claims or Demands Against Said
- Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
' quireil to present any claims and de-
[ mands which you may have against
the estate of ISII>OR PI.ATNKK de-
ceased late of Dade County. Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade Coun-
ty, and file the same in duplicate ad
as provided in Section 733.16. Florida
Statutes, in their offices In the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County. Flor-
ida, within six calendar months frora
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 16th
day of February. A.D. 1972.
Joseph Platnlck
As Executor
First publication of this notice CO
the 18 day of February. 1972.
Sheldon N. l.clchuk
Attorney for Executor
19 W. Flagler St.. Miami. Fla.
2/18-25 3 3-10
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 72-3401
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In Re The Marriage Of: I
UH'IS LELIO SAINTIL husband
and DOROTHY M. SAINTIL. wife.
TO: DOROTHY SAINTIL
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY notified that
a Petition for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you. and
you are hereby required to serve a
copy of your answer or other plead-
ing to the Petition on the Husband's
attorney, LESTER ROGERS, whose
address is 1454 N.W. 17th Avenue,
Miami, Florida 33125. and file the
original with the Clerk of the above
styled court, on or before this 27 day
of March. 1972. or a Default will be
entered against you.
DATED this 16 day of February,
1972.
E. B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: N. A. HEWETT
(Circuit Court Seal)
J/18-25 3 3-10
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-16TT
RAMON LORIDO
Plaintiff
and
ANTHONY VALLE and
LOUISE VALLE
ROBERT G. GILBERT and
WILLIAM GRAVES
Defendants
TO: ANTHONY VALLE and
LOUISE VALI E
720 Bonhill Road
Los Angeles, California
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for SPECIFIC PER-
FORMANCE for the sale of:
A Portion of 'WESTERN MIAMI
SECTION B" recorded In Plat
Book 27 at Page 33 and a portion
of "WESTERN MIAMI SECTION
D" as recorded in Plat Book :!"
at Page 1, both of the Public Rec-
ords of Dade County, Florida, and
being more particularly described
as follows: The East 14 of the
Blast '4 of the Southeast i, ,,f Sec-
tion 35, Township 53 South. Range
39 East, less the S. 100 feet, the
E. 100 feet and less the external
area of a tangential circular curve,
concave to the NW, having a ra-
dius of 4511 feet and being tangent
to lines that are 100 feet w of
and parallel with the E. line of
the said SE i, ; and 100 feet N.
of and parallel with the S line
01 the said SE V all lying and
being in Dade County Florida
has been tiled against yni and you
are required to serve a copv of your
written defenses, If anv. to it on
RAUL J. VAI.nES-FAli.l. attorney
for Plaintiff whose address is 1414
Coral Way. Miami. Florida SS146, and
file the original with the clerk of the
above styled oouri on or before Mar
31, 1972: otherwise a default will he
entered against you for the relief
demanded in the complaint.
This notice shall he published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami, Florida on
this 18 day of Feb., 1972.
E B LEATHERMAN,
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dado County. Florida
By T, S DePrETRO
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
Raul J. Valdes-Faull, Eeq.
Attorney for Plaintiff
1414 Coral Way
Miami, Florida 33145
Telephone: 856-3474
2/25 S/3-10-17
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 72-3336
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In Re The Marriage Of:
LESLIE CHANOINB. Husband
and VIRGINIA CHANOINB
wife.
TO: VIRGINIA CHANOINB
(ieneral Post Office
Nassau. Bahamas
YOU ARE HEREBY notified that
a Petition for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you. and
you are hereby required to serve a
copy of your answer or other olead-
Ing to the Petition on the Husband's
attorney. IJCSTER ROGERS, whose
address is 1454 N.W. 17th Avenue,
Miami. Florida 33125. and file the
original with the Clerk of the above
styled court, on or before this 27 day
of March, 1972 or a Default will be
entered against you.
DATED this 15 day of February,
1971
E B LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: N. A HEWETT
(Circuit Court Seal)
2 18-25 3 3-10
IN THfc COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 72-284
(FRANK B. DOWLING)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
III RE: Estai,- of
KATE NASO, a/k/a KATHER1NE
N'ASO,
11.-' 1 i
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demand* Against Said
You ; re hereby notified and re-
'I11" d to pre-. : .,- \ 'aims aid !(-
ma mis which you may have against
'lie '.,ie of KATE NASO, also 1,:.. n
as KATHERINE NASO, di I
late of Weatchester County, Ne v
to the County Judges of Dade County.
and file the same In dttnlicate and an
provided in Section 733.16. Florida
Statutes, In their offices In the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade Countv Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will be barred.
Dated at New York. New York, this
20th day of January. A.D. 1972.
/s/CAMILLE TOMASELLI
CAMILLE TOMASELIJ
/S/GLORIA ORSOMANDO
GLORIA ORSOMANDO
As Ancillary Executors
First publication of this notice on
the 4th day of Februarv, 1972.
MYERS, KAPLAN. PORTER,
LEVINSON A KBNIN
Attorneys for Ancillary Executors
1150 8 W. 1st Street
Miami. Florida 33130
1/4-11-18-M


T>
ory 25. 1972
EGAl NOTICE
in tmi wrcuit court of the
eliBth judicial circuit
in and for
county. florida
NO. 72-3022
TICE OF ACTION
DA DC
IX
Thi
VA
.r.:
NOTIFIED
.\
of 5IAXIKI,
lusband and
AN VAZ'jIi:/.. Wife.
n>:^H; vazquez
1W Broadway St.
libwell. Musk.
i ">IT 'tafltK HEREBY
i a Petition for Dissolution of Mar-'
ie has lion filed. imnii'iiK you as
pondent, and you arc required to
rvo a oop> of your Answer or other
1- iidlogs on the Petitioner's Attorney,
'SCJOtjR. WHITE, whose business
i.lrtllff 300 Roberta Building, 28
at 'Plagh i Street. Miami. Florida.
nd file tE'' original Answer or plead-
igs tn the office of the Clerk of the
.rcult Court, ou or before the 24
Mf of March. )!"72. If you fail to do mo,
udgraent I>> In-fault will be taken
ealiurt you for the relief demanded
n Be Mil'ion.
1 noti'. shall be published once
week for four (4) consecutive
S In T.I E JEWISH Fl-ORIDIAN.
NB AND ORDERED this 11 day
1).. 1972.
E. 1! I.EATHERMAN.
As Clerk, Circuit Court
bade County, Florida
I By: N. A. HEW KIT
Ax Deputy Clerk
t Court Seal)
A. WHITK
for Petitioner
tS I till l-.
Flakier Street
Florida 33130
2/18-25 3/3-10
.r
PME COUNTY JUDGES COURT
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA--IN PROBATE
No. 72-680
(ARTHUR W. PRIMM)
MOTICE TO CREDITORS
f Estate of
llBJ. FARBER
"jHd,
.11 Creditors and All Persons Hnv-
IClaim- or leni.ui lie:
hu are hereby notified and re-
fed to present any claims and de-
pds which you may have against
[estate of LOUIS J. FARBER de-
led lale of Dude County. Florida,
Tie County Judges of Dado County,
Ifile the same i'n duplicate and as
lided In Section 733.lt, Florida
lltes, in their offices In the Cnun-
thouse in Dade County, Flor-
ithin six calendar months from
lime of the first publication here-
le same will be barred.
lied at Miami, Florida, this 7 day
l-bruary. A.D. 1972.
DOROTHY FARMER
HEVEIM.Y FAKflER
As Execut rices
st publication of this notice on
t% day of February, 1972.
hlAM'KR & HfRNETT
'MARTIN' BURNETT
brney for Estate
Incoln I'.oad Rldg.
ill Reach. Kla.
2/18-2.1 3/3-10
IEGAL NOTKE
J&wistincrkUan
LEGAL NOTKE
Page HC
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter ?0722AcU of 1941
File No 71 -A-935
NOTICE IS HEREHY Nathaniel W. Slegel holder of County
Tax Sale Certificate No. 1700 issued
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 embraces the
following described property in the
County of Dade, State of Florida, to-
wit:
It 13 I,ess Beg on RW Cor TX1T '
13 N. 29.94 Ft SEly 63.14 Ft W
.'..I..'.8 Ft to FOB for R/W & All
lot 14 Blk ,r.. Alice Baldwin Et
At Sub., Plat Hook IS Page 87 and
Plat Book 6 Page 43 in the Coun-
ty of Dade, State of Florida,
This deed will he issued subject to
1971 County taxes and City of Miami
taxes and ltens.
The assessment of said property un-
der the said certificate was in the
name of: A. & A. Realty Corp.
I'liless 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 th day of March. 1972.
Dated this 31st day of January.
1972.
E. R. I.EATHKR.MAN
Clerk of Circuit Court.
By I*. F. C.uldstrand. D.C.
Dade County. Florida.
Circuit Court Seal
2/4-11-18-25
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA--1'. PROBATE
No. 72-711 (BLANTON)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
2: Bsta le of
I.Y WERDEN a/k/n
J.I.Y BC1IRAM
f.jf\ll Creditors and All Persons Hav-
Claims or Demands Against Said
Me:
are hereby notified and re-
Ired to present any claims and de-
ds which you may have against
estate of SALLY WERDEN a/k/a
|LLY SCHRAM deceased late of
County, Florida, to the County
s of Dade County, and file the
in duplicate and as provided in
in 733. HI. Florida Statute! in
offices in the County Courthouse
i J)ade County, Florida, within six
ilcinl.ir months from the time of
IB first publication hereof, or the
Wlo will be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this S day
I February. A.I). 1972.
STEI'll \NIE IRVINE
IVY V. SCHRAM DAI.TAS
As Exi'culrices
First publication of this notice on
i lit day of F. binary. 1972.
lAROIJ> J. t'i ill EN
ttorney for 'I'I IE l".\-' utries
r1 Coral Way. .Miami. Fia. :::inr.
el.: 444-4781
2/18-25 3/3-10
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 72-2038
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In Re The Marriage Of:
JOSEPHINE VINCENT, wife and
KICHARD VINCENT, husband,
TO: RII'HAHD VINCENT
11004 Otsego Street
Apartment No. 9
North Hollywood, California
YOB ARE HEREBY notified that
a Petition for Dissolution of Marri-
age has been filed against you. and
you are hereby required to serve a
copy of your answer or other plead-
ing to the Petition on the Wife's at-
torney LESTER RtKlKRS, whose ad-
dress Is 1454 N.W. 17th Avenue. Mi-
ami, Florida 33126, and file the origi-
nal with the Clerk of the above styled
Court, on or before the 10 day of
March. l:i72 or a default will be entered
against you.
DATED this 28 day of January,
1972.
E. R I,E A THERM AN
Clerk of Circuit Court
BY:C. P. COPELAND
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. 72-1996
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
THE MARRIAC.E OF:
JEANNE DARC PAyUIN.
Wife,
-and '
JEAN GUY PAQUIN,
Husband.
TO: JEAN OUT PAQUIN
1-avaltrie
Province of Quebec
Canada
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution ol Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to servo a copy of
your writ-ten defenses, if any, to it
on JOSH REPHCN. attorney for Pe-
titioner, whose address is 1370 Wash-
ington Avenue. Miami Beach, Florida,
and file the original with the clerk
of the above styled court on or be-
fore March 7, 1972; otherwise a de-
fault will be entered against you for
the relief demanded in the complaint
or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami, Florida on this
28 day of Januarv, lift.
B B. IJ5ATHERMAL,
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By 1,. SNEEDEN
, As IX-PU'y "-'lerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
JOSH REPIMN
Attorney for Petitioner
2/4-11-18-25
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY (J1VEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of AMANTES at 4U1 N.W. 27th Ave.
Miami, Florida Intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
RAUI. R. OI.IVA no'r
JOSE '.lAMALIX) It. 50%
2/4-11-18-25
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-5453
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RIO: Estate of
SADIE SINliER.
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hal-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
instate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
tin- .state of SADIE SLNOER, de-
oe&aed late of Dalle County, Florida,
to the County Judges of 1 lade Coun-
ty nntl fib' the same in duplicate mu\
as provided in Section 733.16, 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 be barred.
Dated at Miami Florida, this 27th
day of January, A.D. 1972.
JACK SINGER
As Executor
First Publication nf this notice on
the 4th day of February, 1972.
DAVID S. KI'M RLE. ESQ.
Attorney for Executor
350 Lincoln Itoad
Miami Beach, Florida
2/4-11-18-25
N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA--IN PROBATE
NO. 72-3*6 FRANK B. DOWLING
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
n KB: Satate of
I OMON SAM SUM.I.Ell
I ii ceased.
i'o AD Creditor-- and All Persons llav-
TUUms or Demands Against Said
i: .':
'- i'U are hereby notified ,-ind ro-
ll, '.-d to present any claims and de-
ii. .'la Which vmi may have against
ostate of SOMIMON SAM SHIL-
deoeascd late- of Hade County,
da. to the County Judges of Dade
ity, and fit-- the same in duplicate
as provided in Section 733.16,
KI< -ourthouse in l-.oi, Coun-
within six calendar
from the time of the first
hereof, or the same will
Miami, Florida, this 14
ary. A.D. 1972.
tile National Bank of
Miami Reach
Robert H. Snltmnn
As Executor
lientInn of this notice on
pt February. 1972.
* "orney for Executor
Ainsley Building
Hi. Florid.i 33132 37.1 K2S4
2/18-25 3/3-10
OTICE UNDER
1TIOUS NAME LAW
_1H HEREBY GIVEN that
Hderslgueil, desiring to engnge in
uess under the fictitious name of
LA CITA at 420 S.W. 22nd Ave.,
Fla. intends to register said
|:,me Jrtth tin Clerk of the Circuit
ourf^^^^Me County. Florida.
> GOICOECH EA
Uiriajn Beokerman
noraey for applicant
95 8.W. 3rd Ave.
?ami, Fla.
2/18-23 .1/3-10
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722Acts of 1941
File No 71-A-970
Notice IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Nathaniel W. Siege) holder of Coun-
ty Tax Sale Certificate No. 6522 is-
nued 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 Dade, Slate of
Florida. to-Wit:
N 100 Ft Lot 12. Seminole Crest.,
Plat Rook 16 Page 62 In the Coun-
ty of I>nde, State of Florida.
The assessment of said property un-
der the. said certificate was in the
name of: Ulysses Jones & W/Nancy.
Unless said certificate shall be re-
deemed acrording to law. the prop-
erty described hcrcrn 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 sth day of March, 1972.
Dated this 31st day of January.
1972.
E. R, IJCATHERMAN
Clerk of Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida.
By P. K. Guldstrand, D.C.
Circuit Court Seal
|/4.11.1g.M
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
ki a as C" I VA/
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious names
of NIGHTS OF SANS SOCIT and
NOCIIES DB SANS SOUCI at 2104
Southwest 98th Avenue. Miami, Flo-
rida Intends to register said names
with the Clerk of the circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
JOHNNYS CATERING
8BRVICB, INC.
By: Juan E. Marante, President
HERBERT IVAI.I,
Attorney for
Johnny's Catering Service. Inc.
*/ll-l8-2.'< I n
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
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
RICHARD POCTA,
Husband,
anil
CAN DACE ELIZABETH POCTA.
Wife.
TO: CANDACE ELIZABETH POCTA
Residence I'nkiiowii
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
rlngo has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to it
On Jack U Hcrskowitz, Esq.. attor-
ney for Petitioner whose address is
MO Lincoln Road, Suite 603. Miami
Beach, Florida 3:1139, and file the
original with the clerk of the above
styled court on or before March 15
1972: otherwise a default will he en-
tered against you for the relief de-
manded in the complaint or petition
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FI/>RIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and Ihe (nl
of said court at Miami, Florida j.i
this 8th day of Januarv. 1972.
E. H. I-EATHERMAN,
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By I.. SNEEDEN
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal!
Jack U Herskowitz, Ban,
Herskowlta and Grossman, PA.
420 I .in. oin Road, Suite 60S
Miami Beach, Florida :::il::n
Attorney for Petitioner
2/11-18-25 3/8
UGAL NOTKE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious iiam* of
MY PEACE at 107 N.E. 79th Stroet,
.Miami, Fla, intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
JOHN BERRY
FERN BERRY
MIRIAM BBCKBRMAN
Attorney for applicants
I8?.-> S.W. 3rd Ave.
Miami. Fla.
2/4-11-19-25
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
v- J;lST,T,OUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the underaicned, desiring to engage in
i'A'",''':.r u!'.'!'r lh'" fictitious name
KGJ-TE MESSENGER services
IN( at 1006 Congress Building. Miami.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious nume of
NIZHONI. Art of the Indian at Store
1-B. Coconut Grove Mall. 3416 Main
Highway, Miami, Florida, intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
DAVID MILLER
HARRIS & SIRKIN, PA.
Attorneys for Applicant
12th Floor Dade Federal Bldg,
Miami, Florida 33131
2/18-2.'. 3/3-10
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of AilNA REALTY at 726 41st Street,
Miami Beach, Florida intends to re-
gister said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
JOHN E. VODICKA
2/11-18-2". S, :i
Florida intends lo register said n
with the ci.rk ,f the Circuit Court
Dade < ountv, Florida
-. BPWARD KHRT'/.ER, pre*
DANIEL BETTER, ESQ.
Attorney for Route Messenger
Services, inc.
1005 Congress BulMina;
Miami. Florida 33182
2/11-18-35 ;;
f
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY. NO, 72-274S
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ATILANO TEODORO CARRASCO
Petitioner
MARIA VIOL-ETA DB GOMEZ DB
CARRASCO
Defendant
TO: MARIA VlOI.ETA DE GOMEZ
DB CARRA8CO
San Juan de l.ctran H N"o. 10
Mexico 1. Ii.|' Mexico
You. MARIA VTOI-ETA DE GO-
MEZ DE c\i:i:.\sci.. an- hereby
notified thai a Bill of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed against von.
and you are required to serve a copy
air Answer or Pleading to tn.
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
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF:
MICHAEL VERNE CURB,
Husband,
and
MARY 1/iC CURB,
Wife.
TO: MARY LOP Cl'RE
IS01 Melha Court
Mount view. California
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has beiti filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any. to It
on MITCHELL j. UPC.ON. attorney
for Petitioner, whose address is
FRIEDMAN & I.IPCON, 37.17 S.W. S
St.. Suite l!i. Miami, Florida 3.1134.
Telephone 446-K485, and file the origi-
nal with the clerk of the above styled
court on or before .March 17. 1S72;
otherwise a default will be entered
against you for the relief demanded
in the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published r.nce
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FI-ORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on this
9 day of February, 1M2
E. B. I.EATHERMAN.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By c. P. c< "PBLAND
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
FRIEDMAN & I.IPCON
MITCHELL.). I.IPCON
3737 S.W. 8 St.. Suite 10!)
Miami. Florida 33134
Attorney for Petitioner
2/11-18-23 3,3
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THI
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. i
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-2M4
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE |
IN RE: THE .MARRIAGE OF
RAL'LR. GONZALEZ
HUSBAND
and ,
MARIA A. DAVID GONZALEZ
WIFE ;
TO: RAUL n. GONZALEZ I
419 East Desert Inn ltd.
Apt. 12
I .as Vegas, Nevada
TOO ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Dissolution of Ma -
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy i>{
your written defenses, If any, to it
on Raul J. Vaid.-s-Fauii. attorney for
Petitioner, whose address is 1114 Cor-
al Way, .Miami. Florida SUM. and
file the original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before March
17, 1972: otherwise a default will ha
entered against you for the relief de.
manded In the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published on.--,
each week for four consecutive v-eeke
In THE JEWISH FIXHUDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal ,>f
said court at Miami, Florida on thin 7
day of February. l'i""
B. B. LEATHERMAN,
As Clerk, 'ircuit Court
Dad, count.i, Florida
By C. P. C" IRELAND
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Scali
Raul J. Valdes-Faull I
M14 Coral Way
Miami, l-Yi. ::::Mr,
Attorney for Petitioner
2 11-18-25 ::
VI' -
of
Rill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs
attorney, CASPAR n. ai.hrich. mm
i oral Way, Miami, Florida :i:H4.-, and
file the original Answer or Pleading
In the office of the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court on ,,r before the 17 day of
March, 1872. If you fall lo do so. judg-
ment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
In the Rill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each iveel; for four consecutive \\.-.-](s
in THE JEWISH FLORTDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED nt Miami.
Florida, this 8 day ot Fehruarv, A.D.
IMS.
E. B. I.EATHERMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court, Ihide County, Florida
By: C. P. COPELAND
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
OASPAR B Al.DRICH
1414 Coral Wav
Miiimi. Florida 3314K
Attorney for Plaintiff
S.'.ti-3474
S/I1-18-SS 3/3
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engagn in
business under the fictitious name
of RACLSCO INTERNATIONAL at
I0M S.W. 82nd Place. Miami, Fla. In-
tends to register acid name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
MICHAEL RA1TI.SON
2/4-11-18-25
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Ihe undersigned, desiring to engage ir
business umle. the fictitious name ol
G M. HARDWARE at 18317 N.W.
42nd Avenue, Miami intend to regis-
ter said name with the Clerk of th
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
ARMANDO GIL
ANGEL F. MERINO
1 '28 2/4-11-18
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-1818
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estiitc of
JAMES MCCLAREN
I ... eased
To All Creditors and All Person.- II. v
Ing Claims or Demands Against Said
i-:- iai.
You are hereby 'notified and re-
quired to present any "laiins and de-
mands which von i.ii\- have against
the estate of JAME8 MCCIAKEN de-
ceased l.i.....f Dade County, Florida, lo
the County Judges ot Dade County.
anil file the same In duplicate and n*
provided in Section 733.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Hade County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the sam" will !> barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida. this 111
day of January, A.D. IMS.
DeLBNA MoCLAREV
As Bxecutrix
First publication of this notice on
the 11 .hu of Feb IM2
LESTER ROGERS. B8Q.
Attorney for Executrix
I4.".4 N.W 17lli Avenue
2 11-18-23 3
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA--IN PROBATE
No. 72-725
(FRANK B. DOWLING)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Estate of
Ill'TII FINBMAN,
Deceased.
To AM Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Bald
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
th. .-stilt.- of ui'TIi FINBMAN de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the County Judges of Dad. Coun-
ty, and file the same in duplicate and
as provided in Section 733.18, Flor-
ida 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 he barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this nth
day of F.-bruarv. A.D. 1972.
THE Flit ST NATIONAL BANK OF
MIAMI
By IReii E. Smith
Vice President
As Executor
First publication of (his notice on
the is day of February. IMS.
Sparl.er. Zenii-1, Roskin and
Heilbronner^ P. A
Attorneys for The First National
Bank of Miami
100 N. Riscaync Boulevard
Miami. Fla.
2,18-2.-1 3.3-10
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUP?"
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
NO. 77124 C
in RE: Estate of
DAVID BNGLANDER
Dec,,, sell.
NOTICE OF INTENTION
TO MAKE APPLICATION
FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTlCB is hereby given that
have filed our Final Report and I
lion .for Distribution and Final Dis-
charge as Co-Executors of the estate
of David Engliuider, deceased: and)
that on the II day of April 10:45 a.ir .
IMS, win apply to the Honorable
County Judges of Dade County, Flor-
ida- for approval of said Final Rapoi I
and for distribution and filial dis-
charge (..-Executors of the estate
of the above-named decedent. Thi*
Blh day of Feb., Ri72.
s, garafa Harris
S Ethel Goldman '
S.Marx Faber
Marx Faber Attorney
SOS Ainsley Building
Miami. Florida 83182
873-85M
2 11-18-23 3 ?
IN THE COUM'V JUDGE'S COUR"
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA--IN PROBATE
No. 72-411
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In MB Estate of
JENNIE K. RIl'.IN
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against s.ii.l
Bat ate:
You are herebj notified ,m<\ i--
qulred lo present any claims and de-
mands which you may have ugahist
the estate'of JENNIE K, RUBIN de-
ceased lale oi Bade County, Florida*
lo the Couno Judges of Dade County,
and file Ihe same in iluplicat. and a.-4
provided in Section 733.16, Florid.,
Statutes, iii their offices in the Com .
ty Courthouse in Dade County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar months front
the time of lh.- first publication here-
of, or the same will be barred,
Dateil iit Miami, Florida, this ii'li
day of February, AD. 1972.
BRATRIf'B RUBIN
1 'oi.. Liberty Avenue
Miami I'.ea.h, Florida 83139
As Bxecutrix
First publication ol this notice
Hu 13th daj >.f February, IMS.
MEI.V1N F, FRANKRL
FRANKER fc AVRACH, P. A.
Attorney for Executrix
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida IS1S9
2 18-25 :: 8-'
'U
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 72469 (Primm)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate or
IIOI.1.IS T, MADRY
Deceased.
To All Creditors nod All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Bald]
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of Holds T. MADRY de-
ceased late of Dade Count!-. Florida, to
the County Judges of Diide County,
and file the same in duplicate and h.k
provided in Section 733.Hi. Florida.
Statutes, in their offices hi the Comity
i Courthouse in Daile County, Florida,
] within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof,
or the same will he barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this. 2 day
oi !', I,.. A.D. 1972.
ROBERT P. MADRY
As Ex.cutor
First publication of this notice oq
the 11 day of Feb..1972.
ANDREW J. TOTH I
Attorney for Kvc.-utor
9325 Park Drive-Suite E. '
Miami Shores. Florida 33138 \
2/11-18-25 3/8 .


PagelZC
+JeHlitk)rHkui
Friday. February 25. 1972
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He is a good Temple member, lives an exemplary life, is a devoted husband and father.
But he is neglecting an important moral obligation.
j
He has not yet made his cemetery arrangements. Like other
moral and spiritual obligations, these arrangements must
not be forgotten. By planning ahead,decisions can be made
calmly. They can be made without emotional pressure.
They can be made wisely, and they can be made together
as a family. If you have not yet fulfilled this obligation to
your family, we urge you to do so now. In this way, you
can be certain that your family will not suffer needlessly.
MIAMI'S MOST BEAUTIFUL EXCLUSIVELY JEWISH CEMETERY
5505 Northwest 3rd Street Phone MO 1-7693


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