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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla
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March 10, 1972

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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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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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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
March 10, 1972

Subjects

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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ocm35317254
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AA00010090:02249

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Full Text
"Oewish Floridian
Combininfl THE JEWISH UHITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 45 Number 10
Miami, Florida Friday. March 10, 1972
Three Sections Price IQc
Population Study Results Made Public
The results of the current Jewish Population Study in Miami
reveal that there are approximately 187,500 Jewish permanent resi-
dents in Dade County. These figures, and othere, were made public
this week by Robert Russell, president of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation.
The two-year long survey was undertaken by the Federation in
cooperation with the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare
Funds, as part of a national Jewish Population Study.
MIAMI FIRST TO RELEASE FIGURES
According to Mr. Russell, Miami is the first major community
in the United States to release figures based on local statistical
data. The national figures will be presented in mid-June and will
highlight a wide variety of data on the demographic, social, eco-
nomic and religious characteristics of American Jewry.
"The estimated total Jewish population of 187,500," commented
r. Russell, "and other vital statistics, were derived from sample
ousehold interviews selected from both list and area probability
amples, utilizing the latest demographic research techniques.''
DATA PROCESSED BY COMPUTERS
The total study was coordinated and directed by Dr. Fred
assarik, professor of Behavioral Science at UCLA, and director of
he Reseach Service Bureau of the Jewish Federation-Council of
reater Los Angeles. Mr. Massarik worked closely with a select
mmittee of bchavorial scientists; all data was processed through
mmittee of behavioral scientists; all data was processed through
The importance of the population data, according to Russell, is
at it will lead to better planning for services to the community,
pecially in that it will lead to better planning for services to the
immunity, especially in terms of the aged and in the area of
ewish education where Federation has been placing major emphasis.
SURVEY A DYNAMIC STUDY
"When the population study was first planned," Mr. Russell
lained, "the decision was made locally by Milton Weiss, immedi-
ate past president of Federation, and the board of directors, to have
special survey of Greater Miami done at the same time. Under
r. Weiss' direction, the survey was designed as a dynamic rather
an a static study, and it is our hope that our leaders recognize its
ynamic nature and act accordingly in utilizing the data to provide
maximum use of the limited dollars available."
The study areas of concentration of Jewish population in Dade
County show that more than 51% of the residents of North Miami
Beach (Zip Code 33160, 33162, 33169) are Jewish. In Miami Beach
also, (Zip Code 33139, 33140, 33141, and 33154) 51% or more of the
total population is comprised of Jewish residents.
FIGURES STILL TO COME
Mr. Russell indicated that within the next few weeks the Fed-
eration will release data revealed by the answers given to questions
relating to:
Total number of Jewish residents in different areas of the county.
Complete age range (from under age 1 to over 65).
Current residence and place of birth; whether different city, state,
region or county.
Place of parents' birth.
Whether parents were born Jewish.
Jewish at birth and Jewish now.
Number of times attended religious service in past 12 months.
Occasions attended religious services:
Yom Kippur, Rosh Hashanah, Passover, Simchas Torah, Purim,
Succoth.
Knowledge of Yiddish.
9 Synagogue or temple membership.
Active in temple or synagogue.
Yom Kippur Fast.
Parental Rating quality of children's Jewish education.
Will children under 13 years old be Bar (Bat) Mitzvah and
Confirmed
Jewish organizational membership.
Active in Jewish club or organization.
Year moved here before 1970, through 1970, or after.
Whether planning to move in next 5 years.
Where likely to move.
General educational attainment (never attended school through
post graduate).
Occupational groupings.
Husband's and wife's religion. Where couple met
Upbringing was.
Four years or more of Jewish education: afternoon school, once-
a-week school.
Dating of non-Jews.
Marriage to non-Jews.
Belief in Jewish religion.
Keeping Kashnith Total income of those 65 years old and over.
i
..
HIGHLIGHTS OF FIRST DATA RELEASE
Estimated Total Dade County Jewish Population _______.......... 187,500
Areas of Concentrated Jewish Population
North Miami Beach (Zip Codes 33160, 33162, 33169) 51 % or more
Miami Beach (Zip Codes 33139, 33140, 33141, 33154) 51% or more
Proportion of Males45.3% Females54.7%
Age-Over 65, 31%
Born Outside Dade County85.3%
Moved Here Since 1960-48.3%
Branch of Judaism
Orthodox ......._................__.............._............................ 11.3%
Conservative____________........._.............._................... 48.8%
Reform ___________________....._................................... 30.7%
"Just Jewish" or other______................._________....... 9.2%
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Submarines Ordered?
No Comment
On Report
LONDON (JTA) A Foreign
Office spokesman declined to
comment on reports that Israel
has ordered two submarines for
its navy from British shipyards
but stressed that there was no
embargo on military sales to
Middle Eastern countries.
According to information from
highly reliable sources, negotia-
tions have been conducted for
the construction of one large
and one small undersea craft for
Israel. The Israel Embassy here
does not discuss arms deals or
negotiations for aims deals, how-
ever.
The Foreign Office spokesman
said, "We never comment on the
purchases of arms by other coun>
tries but we can say that there
has been no change whatsoever
in British policy regarding the
supply of equipment for Middle
East countries. Our policy is to
consider each individual deal on
its merits."
Envoy To Be Asked For New
Formula Leading To Talks
JERUSALEM (JTA) Is-
rael is preparing to take the of-
fensive toward reactivating the
Jarring peace mission by press-
ing the United Nations envoy
to adopt a formula that can
lead to resumption of talks, in-
formed sources say.
The first step will be to ask
Dr. Gunnar V. Jarring in effect
to dissociate himself specifically
from the Egyptian-inspired Gen-
eral Assembly resolution of last
December which called on Israel
to make an affirmative reply to
his aide memoire of Feb. 8.
1971 asking Israel for a commit-
ment to withdraw prior to peace
negotiations.
Dr. Jarring; will bo asked to
make this repudiation in the
form or a letter to Foreign Min-
ister Abba Ehan stating that he
is not bound by the General As-
sembly's resolution but solely by
Hi.' S curity Council Resolution
242 of Nov. 22, 1967 from which
his peace mission derives its
mandate, the sources said.
Dr. Jarring will also be asked
by Israel to suggest an agenda
for the resumption of his mission
that does not contain reference
to his Feb. 8 memo. It is be-
lieved here that Dr. Jarring him-
self may feel that his demand of
a year ago need not stand in the
way of a resumption of his peace
mission at this time and that
other subjects could be brought
up first.
Israel's ambassador to the
U.N. Yosef Tekoah, is expected
to resume contact with Dr. Jar-
ring along these lines in the
next few days in New York.
Fatah Agrees To Suspend
Activities From Lebanon
JERUSALEM (JTA) Cairo
radio reports that El Fatah has
agreed to a request from Leba-
nese authorities to f>mporarily
suspend their terrorist activities
against Israel from Lebanese
territory in order not to sub-
ject Lebanon to further repris-
als from Israel.
According to Cairo, El Fatah
announced its decision follow-
ing a series of meetings with
Lebanese officials including Pre-
mier Saeb Salaam.
Pacesetter Chairmen Announce Dinner Plan
Eli Timoner and Stephen Muss,
Pacesetter chairmen for the 1972
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund campaign, have
announced plans for the annual
Pacesetter dinner.
The black tie affair will be
held Thursday evening, March
23 at the Miami Beach home of
Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Levy.
Mr. Levy is general chairman
of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation's 1972 CJA-IEF
campaign.
"The thrust of this year's ef-
fort," said Mr. Timoner, "has
not been a 'business as usual'
campaign, where persons are
contacted by telephone or
through the mail. Rather, it is
a campaign of personalization,
of face-to-face contact, where
persons are asked to make a
commitment to Jewish survival."
According to Mr. Muss, the
Pacesetter campaign has been
in the forefront in maintaining
the face-to-face approach in
fund-raising. The latest figures
indicate the campaign has 78
Pacesetters Miamians who
have pledged $10,000 or more to
this year's effort. As of March 2.
these 78 men and women had
contributed $2,855,260 to the
campaign, representing a ll&'/c
increase over the $1,320,650 that
the same people contributed in
1971.
"Our goal this year," said Mr.
Muss, "is to present the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation Aliyah
Sculptures Pacesetter Award to
200 Miamians."
The award, a unque series of
six bronze medallions, each de-
picting an event in the history
of the Jewish i>eople, is a yearly
presentation to those members
for leadership in giving. Last
year, the "Warsaw Gretto" me-
dallion was presented. In 1972,
the "Auschwitz" medallion will
be presented to each Pacesetter.
"In all of 1971," continued
Mr. Muss, "there were 85 men
and women in the Pacesetter
group. Since Federation figures
show that Greater Miami has
the fastest growing Jewish pop-
ulation outside of Israel, it is
imperative that the number of
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Jewisti fhrkKam
Friday, March 10. 1372
Leonard Fein Speaking To
Young Leadership Cabinet
The Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration's Young Leadership Cab-
inet will hold a dinner meeting
Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. in the
Federation building according" to
Gerald Kalick. YLC chairman; the
Iheme for this meeting will be
'Jewish Life in the United States.''
Guest speaker will be Leonard
Fein. Professor of Politics and So-
cial Policy at the Florence Heller
Graduate School for Advanced
Studies in Social Welfare, Bran-
deis University.
Prof. Fein, who is coming to Mi-
ami from Waltham. Mass., (home
of Brandeis) esiiecially to address
the YLC. is also director of the
Hornstein P r o g r a m in Jewish
Communal Service at Brandeis.
Before joining the Brandeis facul-
ty, he was associate director and
director of research at the MIT-
Harvard Joint Center for Urban
Studies.
Prof. Fein is the author of sev-
eral books and many articles, in
both professional and general
journals. His books include Israel:
1'iilitii-. and People, published in
1968, and The oology or the Pub-
lic Schools: An Inquiry into Com-
munity Control, published in 1971.
In addition to his academic ac-
tivities, the professor has served
as a consultant to numerous gov-
ernmental and private organiza-
tions, including the Office of
Economic Opportunity and the De-
partment of Health, Education,
and Welfare, the Harvard Grad-
uate School of Education, the Bos-
ton School Committee, New ork
University, and the Union of Am-
erican Hebrew Congregations.
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and Hebrew printing. The Pass-
over ritual has been printed in
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and illustrated more than any
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exception of the Bible.
The exhibition, which opened
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Judaica and head of the Hebrew
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Friday. March 10. 1972
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Pacesetter Chairmen
Announce Dinner Plan
Continued from I'uge I-A
facosetttrs in our community
llso increase*. We already have
7s and it is our hone that the
According to figures released
by Mr. Levy, $4,563,960 has been
raised as of Feb. 29. This figure
represents a 68'{ increase over
the $2,711 450 which was pled&ed
by the same contributon* in 1971.
Mr. Levy stated that it is his
hope that the March 23 Pace-
setter- dinner will effect the
overall c.ani|>aiKn by demonstrat-
ing to the community the great
concern community leaders have
for the 1972 CJA-1EF campaign
effort.
* -fr i*
The Mercantile Division of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion's 1972 Combined Jewish
Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund
campaign will hold a luncheon
Tuesday noon in the Federation
building. Jerome Uffner, chair-
man of the Mercantile Division's
Home Furnishings group, will
host the luncheon on behalf of
the CJA-IKF campaign.
it -it ft
Seymour Schulner. cochair-
man of the Apparels group of
the Greater Mia.ni Jewish Fed-
eration's Mercantile Division will
host a luncheon at noon Thurs-
day March 16, in the Federation
building. The luncheon Ls bring
held on behalf of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation's CJA-
IKF campaign.
Moshe Gilboa Will
Visit Local Cuban
Jewish Community
The Cuban Jewish community
in Miami will host the Hon. Moshe
Gilboa, Consul General of Israel
to the Southeast region of tht
U.S.A., Monday evening^ jn the
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Sheraton
Hotel.
Four Ambassadors
The Consul General will address
a meeting of the Cuban Jewish
; community after conferring with
' active members of the Cuban Jew-
I ish community, representing va-
rious organizations, circles, and
synagogues.
Rafael Kravee, who has been
active in arranging the visit, will
Introduce the representative of the
State Israel. Mr. Gilboa will speak
on current affairs and answer
1 questions |>ertaining to the situa-
| tion in Israel and the relationship
between American Jews and the
Jewish State.
Official Rabbinical Association
Position On March 14's Issues
The Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami reaffirms its
overwhelming opposition to the suggestion that prayer in the
public schools be permitted. Our deep commitment is to prayer
as a private and denominational concern which should l>e prac-
ticed in the home, synagogue and church.
We applaud the efforts of those who seek to bring quality
education to the State of Florida and express the fervent hope
that the citizens of our state will demonstrate their sup|*oi t of
the efforts of those who seek to bring such education to the
children of our community.
Moreover, we teal that every instrument, including the bus-
Ing of children lor the purpose of improving their education,
should be made available to the school board and to the courts.
In the light of the above, the Rabbinical Association of
Greater Miami voices its approval of the amendment which
would provide an equal opportunity for quality education for
all children regardless of race, creed, color or place of residence.
It voices its disapproval of the amendment which would prohibit
forced busing and its disapproval of the amendment which would
permit prayer in the public schools.
Leo Mindlin Speaking
Miami Herald columnist Leo
Mindlin will be the speaker at the
breakfast sponsored by the Men's
Club of Temple Emanu-Kl Sunday
at 9:30 a.m. in the main temple.
Mr. Mindlin, who has just re-
turned from Israel, will present a
penetrating and revealing analysis
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Friday. March 10. 1972
' ^Jewish Floridian
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Friday, March 10, 1972
Volume 45
24 ADAR 5732
Number 10
Security Council Blind To Facts
It wculd seem to be more than coincidence tha! the
Arab terrorists, quiet for so many months, began new
actions just as United Nations negotiator Gunnar Jarring
initiated efforts to develop dialogue among the contending
forces in the Middle East. The terrorist organizations have
made it plain for a long time that they will not accept a
peaceful solution, only the dismantling of Israel, and on
other occasions have demonstrated their intentions through
attacks on Israel territory and people.
By some magic that only diplomats can explain, how-
ever, the U.N. Security Council does not recognize the
existence of Fatah and other terrorists so that it can
with all good conscience, we presume pass resolutions
condemning Israel for going into Lebanon and Syria in
self-defense moves against the terrorist strongholds.
While the Security Council cannot see, Lebanon evi-
dently knows the facts and, like Jordan before it, is moving
against those who have no desire for a peaceful solution.
For they threaten the government of Lebanon as much as
they do Israel. When the Security Council learns this lesson,
it is possible Gunnar Jarring can accomplish more than he
has in the past.
Carrying On A Great Tradition
The rapid development of the Bahama Islands in re-
cent years has brought to our off-shore neighbors a large
number of Jews, both from this country grid from England
With their permanent settlement assurred, they are now
preparing for the ground-breaking of the first synagogue
ever to be built in the Bahamas.
The slogan of the Freeport Hebrew Congregation,
which has been meeting in a hotel for several years, is
"Preserving an Ancient Past with an Active Future". The
members are carrying on a great tradition that deserves
the recognition and cooperation of all of us.
Success Only Partial
While the fringe benefit program for licensed Hebrew
teachers and administrators in Greater Miami may be
termed a success in its first year, it can be viewed only as a
partial one. The reason is that fewer than half the eligible
teachers are covered and only seven schools are partici-
pating: the Hebrew Academy, the Hebrew High School,
and temples Beth Sholom, Menorah, Adath Yeshurun, Beth
David and Temple Israel of Greater Miami
Since the fringe benefit program retirement plan
and major medical coverage i is seen as a means of up-
grading Jewish education through incentives for teachers,
and with a substantial subsidy from Federation that helps
share th.5 costs, it is hoped that beginning next September
all the eligible schools and teachers will be part of the
program. There would seem to be little reason not to par-
ticipate if quality education is the goal of our synagogues.
Why Did They Wait So Long?
Recognizing the inevitable trend in Jewish life, the Board
of Governors of the Jewish Agency has approved the
creation of an institute in Jerusalem to train fund-raisers.
In addition to their talents in getting money, candidates
for the institute training would have to have a background
in Jewish studies and a knowledge of Israel. Our only ques-
tion is: how come the Agency waited so long to come up
with such a logical program?
WASHINGTON The odd
thing about President Nixon's
adventure in China is that we
cannot tell whether he has
really succeeded, or has failed.
As these words are written (be-
fore release of the climactic com-
munique), it appears the Presi-
dent has achieved a fairly flit-
tering short-term success.
YET WHAT the President
really wants is a long-term suc-
cess. The Chinese have the same
prime aim. Ironically, however,
it will take two years or more
before Richard M. Nixon and
Chou En-lai can possibly judge
whether they have eot what
ky JOSEPH AISOP
they want.
Their joint primary aim, to
put it bluntly, has been to deter
the Soviets from undertaking
the nuclear castration of China.
The United States was brought
into the equation by the Chi-
nese, precisely because the Chi-
nese greatly fear a Soviet pre-
ventive attack, aimed to destroy
their own nuclear program.
And how can one tell whether
deterrence has been successful
except by the passage of time?
AS TO the reasons for the
Chinese fear, they are bleakly
simple. As long ago as 19fi9. the
Soviets came very close to nu-
clear castration of China. They
even asked the United Si
government about it becaue
they were not fully ready then.
In the end, the Soviets hi 1
their hands because they get a
sharply negative reaction from
President Nixon, but above all
because they were not ready.
The Soviet military preparations
on the Chinese border were by
no means halted in 1969, howL
ever. |
The preparations have gone
forward relentlessly, year after
year. Last summer saw a fur-
ther Soviet buildup equal" to any
in the previous years. Some 200
additional attack aircraft were
added in forward, positions,
among a good many .other de-
velopments. As Chou'En-lai has
repeatedly said, the SflWtft* now
have about a million troops on
the remote Chinese frontier.
(Continued on Pag* 1**). ^
by EDWARD tOH
When I was a youngster in
high school in New Jersey, the
final clincher to an argument
around issues could almost al-
ways be settled with the state-
ment: "But I read it in the
Times." It was usually said in
jest but it still remains as a
testimony to the faith those of
us in the New York metropoli-
tan area had about that great
newspaper.
IT IS with that background in
mind that I find it difficult to
shake off a story in the Sunday
Times of two weeks ago on the
Florida Primary. I won't say I
have been brooding about it. but
I was shaken by its implications
that seemed to confirm what I
had written earlier in a letter
published by the Miami News on
the question of busing. Refer-
ring there to the straw vote
which will be on our ballot next
Tuesday, I wrote:
"The simple minded argue
that such a referendum will ex-
press the will of the majority.
In 'Mein Kampf,' Hitler pro-
claimed the right of the strong-
er who is right simply because
he had successfully asserted this
strength. It is not far-fetched in
our times; surely, our superior-
ity is the only justification for
the acts of genocide against the
peasants of Vietnam."
THE REAL candidate in Flor-
ida's first Presidential primary
"is named busing." according to
the Times' article; correspondent
Jon Noidheimer wrote, "It has
been clear from the start of ac-
tive campaigning in Florida that
Alabama Governor George C.
Wallace had a new constituency
created by the outcry against
busing. For the first tin-
Presidential politics, moderates
were responding to Mr. Wal-
lace's appeal to employ a vote
for him as an instrument to
communicate their concern to
Washington."
That is a very reasonable
analysis. But what brought to
mind my high school evaluation
of the New York Times as the
fount of all news truths was the
following sentence:
"A Jewish father of two teen-
age daughters in Miami, there-
fore, could publicly announce his
intention to vote for Mr. Wal-
lace 'even though I think he'd
be like Hitler if he ever got into
the White House,' because there
was no other outlet where his
vote could demonstrate his op-
position to busing."
COULD any Jew seriously be-
lieve that the New York Times
man had found a "Jewish father"
who would (or could) make
such a statement? And. if the
Times were accurate in its
quotation, what kind of claim
did this father have to being
"Jewish?"
I have written before of the
Jews who. on some of the great
social issues of their times, have
displayed their ignorance of our
tradition, our history and our
values. But such a statement, if
true (I keep fighting with my-
self that it can't be), goes be-
yond ignorance. It is sick.
WHAT effect is there on Jews
by anpeal to the Jewish moral
concern that a rare few rabbi
have dared to utter at this time
in our community?
'Seldom," said Rabbi Narot
last week, "have the issues been
-lore clearly defined for us than
they are now: to east our faith
against any proposal to prohibit

busing. This, today, is a vote not
for men but for issues". It is a
vote for the living faith of the
prophet Amos who, 200 years
ago, arose and said: "Are you
not as the children of the
Ethiopians unto Me?' said the
Lord. Have I not brought up Is-
rael out of the land of Egypt,
and the Philistines from Caph-
tor, and Aram from Kir?' Amos
lived at a time when some of his
generation, like some of ours,
had concern only for them-
selves."
I AM fully aware that there
are some Jews who have taken
an active role on this busing is-
sue for the best of motives, for
moving children around is sure-
ly not an ideal way of achiev-
ing "equality of education,'' and
no appeal to reason, to an under-
standing of all the factors in-
volved, to cold facts, will be
listened to by those dominated
by fear and hysteria.
Can there be. then, an appeal
to Jewish self-interest? Can the
Jewish fathers and mothers un-
derstand, as did the man quoted
in the Times, that lurking be-
hind these straw votes on busing
and prayer in the public schools
is the real threat of a Hitler or
of a society whUia has never
been able to distinguish between
the Ethiopians and the Jews
when it came down to final solu-
tions?
I think so. I have found
enough Jewish leadership in-
volved in this critical baitle to |
give me hope that when Jbe
Jewish districts are count*1
next Tuesday they will have met
the challenge this straw vaU
represents, not only for bla.ks.
but for Jews as well. ,

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Windsor Towers, Plaza Towers And
Del Prado Plan Nights In Israel'
Joey Russell will be the guest
of honor; Lila Savitt will provide
the evening's Israeli-styled mus-
ical entertainment.
The newly formed B'nai B'rith
organization at Del Prado Hi-Rise
will sponsor its first a "Night in
Israel" on behalf of the State of
Israel Wednesday evening in the
Del Prado Auditorium, Milton Co-
ren, chairman, announced.
Joey Russell and Lila Savitt will
be special guests at the function;
Dr. Harold Goldmerg, Sam Med-
nick, Hyman Eisenbaum. Ben-
jamin Fishgold and Murray Schec-
ter have been named to serve on
the committee planning the event
for residents of the new hi-rise.
Harry Feldman will be the reci-
pient of the Scroll of Honor at a
Night in Israel" in the Windsor
Towers North Bldg. social hall
Monday evening.
The event is being sponsored by
the Windsor Towers Social Club
under the auspices of the State of
Israel Bonds, according to honor-
ary chairman Herman Moskowitz.
Mitchell J. Arkush, chairman,
announced that American-Jewish
humorist Joey Russell will be the
guest of honor, and Arie Kaduri,
Israel-international singer and ac-
cordionist, will provide the eve-
ning's entertainment.
6 i3 &
Joseph Bogin will be honored at
e "Night in Israel" sponsored by
5laza Towers residents Tuesday
pvening, Edwin Sterling, chair-
nan, has announced. Mr. Bogin
fill receive the Scroll of Honor.
lined Court Judge Murray
nan has received ap-
rintment as consultant to the
Durt Task Force of the Na-
tional Advisory Commission on
Criminal Justice Standards and
ils.
Kenneth D. Rosen, president ot
Ihe Miami Board of Realtors and
head of Greater Miami Realty,
Inc., has been unanimously
named to a four-year term on
ihe Dade County Planning Ad-
visory Board by the Dade
County Commission, filling the
seat vacated by former chair-
man Emil Gould.
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Moskins To Receive
Israel Shalom Award
Sonya and Bainett Mi)skin will
Hcelve the Shalom Award for oul-
Mandbkf tervice to the State of
ORT. is a i>ast president of the,
BeltaYQM Jewish Center Ladies i
Auxiliary and the Coral Gables
Chapter of Women's American !
ORT. For the past live years, she ,
has worked with the Aaron Ayn- |
talowski ORT League and served ;
as the education chairman of the
Bbcayne Chapter.
Norton Tire Stores Sell
Tickets For Sebring Roce
North Tire Company's 18 South
Florida stores will serve as ticket
outlets for the 22nd annual Se-
brinR 12-hour r*C*. scheduled
March 25 in the Central Florida
city.
The Grand Prix of Kndurance is
the most important international
road race staged in Florida, and
Norton Tire stores from South
Dade to Fort Pierce will handle
the tickets.
SOHXA and BABNITT MOSKIN
Israel at the second annual Roney
Plaza Israel Dinner of State Sat-
urday. March 25. in the Fontaine-
bleau Hotel, according to Michael
Litvak, director of Israel Bonds.
Sam Rudenlx-rg is serving as
chairman of event; Louis Coleman
is heading the Corps of Hosts.
Mr. Moskin. a charter member
of B'nai B'rith at the Roney Plaza,
is on the Kxecutive Board of the
United Jewish Appeal. A founder
and past president of the Bellerose
Jewish Center and founder-organ-
i/er of the Hillcrest Jewish Cen-
ter of Jamaica Estates, Long Is-
land. NY.. Mr. Moskin also helped
to found the Men's ORT Federa-
tion of Greater Miami and is cur-
rently on its Kxecutive Board.
Mrs. Moskin. a founder, sponsor
and president of the Roney Plaza
Chapter of Women's American
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the direction of Jay W. Jensen.
The story of a psychiatrist and
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Sen. Muskie Addressing The
Town Hall Audience At T
Sen. Edmund S. Muskie. Pres-
.iential candidate in Florida's '
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This address, which is open to ,
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Saenger To Address Voters
Karl G. Saenger. manager of
the Miami Beach Social Security-
Office will speak on Medicare at
the Voters Incorporated meeting.
Tuesday at 8:15 p.m. in the audi-
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A panel discussion entitled "A Re- j
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Buchenwald was just a brutal
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Things like that just couldn't
happen in the 20th Century.
Those Israeli school children weren't
really murdered by terrorist
bombs in June of 1970.
Egyptian missiles, only seconds
away from Israel, don't really
have the power to destroy Israel's
schools, hospitals, industries and
homes. And all of its people.
Things like that just couldn't be
happening in the 20th Century.
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Temple Israel Series To
Feature Four Professors
Four Brandeis University pro-
fessors will participate with Tem-
ple Israel in a unique exjierionee
Brotherhood Federation V-P To Address Temple Breakfast
Dr. Halprm
Dr. G\aixtr
in modern Jewish communications
beginning Sunday at 10 o'clock in
the Morris D. Wolf son Auditorium.
Prof. Nahum N. Glatzer, one of
the giants of American Jewish
scholarship, will open the "Tele-
Culture Series" of four Sunday
mornings, when he lectures on
"Buber and Rosenzweig: Their Re-
levance for Today." Dr. Glatzer
will be seen on video-tape for his
formal lecture and will be stand-
ing by in person in Waltham.
Lindsay Names Seniors
To Advisory Committee
State Sen. Eddie Gong has an-
nounced appointment of a senior
citizens advisory committee to as-
sist Mayor John Lindsay in his
campaign for the presidency.
Dr. Jerome F. Jacobs, of 1688
Meridian Ave., is chairman. Also
appointed to the committee were
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Laufrouben.
Samuel S. Rosen. Charles W.
Rothstein. and Pauline Thurston,
ali of Miami Beach.
Brotherhood Is Topic
Rev. Theodore R. Gibson will
speak on "Brotherhood" at Tues-
day's 7:30 p.m. meeting of Macea-
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"The Nature of Anti-Semitism"
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Schiff. director of Greater Miami
Jewish Federation's Chaplaincy
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without admission charge in this
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bring leading American Jewish
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possible.
Morton Kemper, newly elected
first vice president of the Nat'onal
federation of Temple Brother-
hoods, will be guest speaker ac the
Temple Beth Am Brotherhood con-
preTational breakfast Sunday,
.March 19, at 9:30 a.m. The event
is free to Brotherhood members;
a nominal donation is made by
guests.
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Pictured at the recent Roney Plaza Breakfast
on behalf of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration's 1972 CJA-IEF campaign are (from
left to right) Mrs. Lewis Greenberg; organi-
zation and reservations chairman; Louis
Coleman, initial gifts chairman; Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz, guest speaker; Lester Golburt,
general chairman; Herman Bernard and
Joseph Bernstein, cochairman.
Roney Plaza CJA-IEF Breakfast
Produces $22,618-300% Increase
Residents of the Roney Plaza
held their annual breakfast on be-
half of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation's 1972 Combined Jew-
ish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund
campaign recently.
The guest speaker at the break-
fast was Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
witz, chairman of the GMJF's Con-
ference on Soviet Jewry, who
spoke about the condition and
needs of the Russian Jews who are
emigrating to Israel.
According to Lester Golburt,
Roney Plaza general CJA-IEF
campaign chairman, some $22,618
was raised at the affair. This fig-
ure represents more than a 300%
increase over the $6,646 which the
same people contributed in 1971.
"I couldn't be more pleased with
the amount of cooperation and
support we had from Roney Plaza
residents this year," said Mr. Gol-
burt. It can't thank my campaign
committee enough for their efforts
on behalf of the CJA-IEF drive."
Louis Coleman, Initial Gifts
chairman for the Roney Plaza
campaign, also expressed his plea-
sure with the results of the break-
fast. "Our campaign has been a
group effort in the truest sense,"
said Mr. Coleman. "We extended
a great deal of effort and we re-
ceived a tremendous response in
return. That is the way all charit-
able drives should work."
Mr. Coleman added, "Our com-
mittee is now in the process of
soliciting on a face-to-face basis
those residents who were unable
to attend the breakfast."
Serving with Mr. Golburt and
Mr. Coleman in the Roney Plaza
campaign effort are Herman Bern-
ard and Joseph Bernstein, co-
chairmen; Mrs. Lewis Greenberg,
organization and reservations
chairman, and Jack Berg and
Philip Miller, building captains.
The executive committee in-
cludes Norman Arluck, Jacob M.
Goldstein, Herman Heisler, Moises
Levin, Magnus Lipton, Barnett
, Moskin, Hyman Rubinstein and
Meyer Schultz.
Among the committee members
are Bertha Alkoff, Bertha Alt-
man, Jack Amigo, Irving Arkin,
Carl Cotler, Charles Cramer, Ja-
cob Eisner, Bill Feitelberg, Sam-
uel Friedman, Claire Gerjuoy, Har-
ry Greenbaum, Moe Herman, Gert
Kasdon, Sam J. Klein, Samuel
ENGLISH JEWISH
WIDOWER
Living in Canada for 49 years. No
encumbrance!, good appearance &
education, aged around 70, wishes
to meet lady with view to friend-
ship; matrimony if suited. Please
write David Jonas, Box 5105, Postal
Station A, Toronto 1, Canada.
Prof. Neusner Will
Lecture Here Sunday
Temple Menorah will present | "The reason American Jewry
Prof. Jacob Neusner of Brown has failed to formulate itseif a
University Sunday at 8 p.m. in a| mature and self respecting rela-
litcussion entitled "American Jew- '
ry and Israel: Where Do We Go
From Here?"
Prof. Neusner, an eminent Jew-
ish historian, believes that the
:lays of classical Zionism are over,
and sa/s that since the birth of
Israel, the old formulas have be-
come outmoded. He believes a new
approach is needed to express the
relationship between Jews of Is-
rael and Jews of the "exile."
Born in Hartford, Conn., Prof.
Neusner received his secular edu-
cation in Harvard and Columbia
where he received his B.A. and
Ph.D. degrees. While attending the
Jewish Theological Seminary, he
participated in a joint program of
religious studies spons ored by
Columbia and Union Theological
Seminary.
After his graduation, Dr. Neus-
ner taught at Columbia and Bran-
deis Universities. He later was as-
sistant professor of Hebrew at the
University of Wisconsin, and in
1964 helped to establish a Depart-
ment of Judaic Studies at Dart-
mouth College where he was As-
sistant Professor of Religion until
1968.
From Dartmouth, Dr. Neusner
was associated with Brown Uni-
versity as Professor of Religious
Studies. He served as president of
the American Academy of Religion
and was a member of the editorial
board of the magazine "Judaism,"
and of the American Jewish His-
torical Society.
The author of many scholarly
books, the most popular of which
is "The History Of The Jews Of
Babylonia" in five volumes, Prof.
Neusner has revolutionized the
Judaic studies at Brown Univer-
sity, where a record number of
students is now enrolled in the
Judaic program .
Layton, Frances Packar, Rose
Passoff, Joseph Pickard, Abe Pta-
chik, Sam Rudenbcrg and Bea
vv'eisberg.
Roney Plaza organizations co-
operating with the campaign ef-
fort and their presidents include
the Men's Social Club, Julius
Spilke, president; Women's So-
cial Club, Mrs. Sonia Cusack, pres-
ident; B'nai B'rith Judea Lodge
No. 2855, Abe Checkman, pres-
ident; Roney Plaza Chapter of
Women's B'nai B'rith, Miss Shir-
: ley Lifschutz, president; Roney
1 Plaza Chapter Women's American
ORT, Mrs. Barnett Moskin, pres-
ident; Hatikvah Group of Hadas-
sah, Mrs. Morris Herman, pres-
ident; Dvorah Chapter Mizrachi
Women's Organization of Amer-
ica, Mrs. Clara Goldstein, pres-
dient; Women's League for Israel,
Mrs. Michael Tatken, president,
and Roney Plaza Singles Club,
Ben Kutcher, president.
PKOF. JACOB NEUSNER
tionship to the State of Israel is
its substitution of faith for rea-
son," Prof. Neusner recently
wrote.
Campaign Breakfast At |
Temple Beth El Sunday
Temple Beth El, Hollywood, will
host its 1972 Campaign Breakfast
Sunday in the Tobin Auditorium.
Dr. Norman Atkin is serving as
chairman of the annual event,
which is scheduled for 10 a.m.. ac-
cording to Dr. Samuel Z. Jaffe,
spiritual leader.
The adult class Conversation-
al Hebrew begins at 9:30 a.m.
Monday; Dr. Jaffe will discuss
"The Book of Job" as part of the
"Living Bible" series at 10:30 a.m.
and "Conversation With The Rab-
bi" will follow at noon in the
chapel lounge.
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77ie Summary Of Exodus
By RABBI TIBOR II. STERN*
Jacob C. Cohen lyflll
The ewer living Torata is not
duly ro-reail each SaLbath but it
is re-llved In each generation.
\vain, wa an tn the process of
a new ami moal promising exodus,;
ih.- mass emigration of our Rus-;
- in Jewish brethern. in fact, in
Jerusalem Jusl recently I re-|
marked ihal if we believe in the
establishment of the State of Is-
i I as the "itchalta d'guelah"
the beginning of the coming of
the Messiah i then sure enough the
outpouring of Russian Jews to Is-
rael is the 'itchalta dt'ehiyas ha-
methim" (beginning of the re-
surrection).
The exodus of today must fol-
low the pattern of the exodus of
old. otherwise instead of hearing
the Shofar of redemption we are
alerted to a false alarm.
The Exodus has three phases.
Phase one is the abolition of slav-
ery. The Jew must be a free man
to return to the land of his an-
cestry. Provisions for such return
must be made by every single Jew
v ho enjoys freedom already. One
who fails in his or her contribution
toward the collective needs of our
people Ls aiding the enemy of Jew-
ish freedom and independence.
Phase two is the Revelation of
Sinai. The immediate responsib-
ility of the State and the people
Israel is the provision of reli-
gious training to all Jewish chil-
en and also to the thousands of
lults who were deprived of reli-
i loui education in their youth. Top
priority must he given to "Sinai."
The full text of the historic
message is "let my people go to
serve me" If we can not provide
and ensure a religious rehabilita-
tion for the Russian Jews in Is-
rael, we have no right to encour-
age their exodus from there. We
all know that what the Russian
Jews are missing there the most
is rellgioun.
Phase three is the building of
the Sanctuary. Just as the exodus
of old followed this order, so must
we continue in the same fashion.
We must make Isiael the Sanc-
tuary of the world. As Golda Meir
said during the World Zionist Con-
gress recently "Jewish nationalism
can not be divided from his reli-
gion."
I^>t us strive for the abolition
of difference between secular and
religious Jews- between Orthodox
and other forms of Judaism. We
have but one Tornh, one God and
one People. Let us conclude our
present exodus with the remain-
ing portions of Vayakhel and Pe-
kude, meaning brotherly assembly
and an accounting for our deeds.
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CANDLELIGHTING TIME
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umctii television frogramt
March 12 Ch. 4, 8:30 a.m. The First Estate
"Repeated on Oh. 2 at 6:30 p.m.!
Host Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. Temple Menorah
Topic: "The Needs of Federation To Aid World
Jewry"
March l Ch. 10, 9:30 a.m. The Jewish Worship Hour
Host: Rabbi Solomon Schiff,
director. Community Chaplaincy Service
March IS Ch. 7, 10 a.m. The Still Small Voice
Host: Rev. Luther C. Pierce
Topic: "The Influence of The Miami Dolphins on
Miami"
Guests: Rabbi Solomon Schiff, director, Community
Chaplaincy Service, and Joseph Robbie, Miami
Dolphins manager, general partner

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By RABBI 8AMTEL J. FOX
What In the purpose of the.
Anenifrlr* SMIm r Which Is rwltH
when the Torah scroll is re-
moved from the ark.
This is the well-known prayer',
"B'rich Sh'meh" (Blessed be the
name of the Sovereign of the Um
verse). This prayer is found In
the Kabbalistic Book of the Zohar
i Exodus 208a i where it is writ-1
ten that "when the scroll is taken
out in the congregation to be read i
the gales of the heavens of mercy i
open and the celestial love is
awakened. It is then fitting for a \
man to recite this prayer."
The famous Kabbalist, Rabbi
Isaac Luria, is said to have intro-
duced this prayer into the regular
liturgy. Some contend that it
should be said only on the Sab-
bath when man is not too much
in a hurry so that he can con-
centrate on its meaning.
The prayer in general is a peti-
tion to the Almighty to bestow
upon the worshipper the light of
learning and inspiration, declaring
that man relies only on the Al-
mighty to bring peace, sustenance
and enlightenment.
Generally speaking, it should be
noted that the Holy Scroll is ac-
tually the covenant that estab-
lishes the two-way relationship
between men and the Creator.
When the ark is open and the
scroll is revealed and about to b!
taken out for reading, man is close
to the Almighty and is obligated
to reaffiim the bond that exists
between man and God.
hi. 1971, Jewish Telegraphic Agency)
Discussion Group Meets
"Judaism as a Civilization" by
Mordecai Kaplan will be the sub-
ject of the Great Jewish Book?
Discussion Group meeting Thurs-
day, March 16, at 2 p.m. in the
Miami Beach Public Library. 21C0
Collins Ave. Dr. Abraham Dubin,
retired spiritual leader of Temple
Gates of Prayer, Flushing N.Y.,
will leaJ the discussion on the phi-
losophy of Jewish Reconstruction-
ism.
Wiesel Work Is Topic
"The Legend of Our Time" by
Elie Wiesel will he discussed by
Gittel Laehson at the Yiddish Cul-
tural Vinkle meeting Tuesday at
10 a.m. in the Community Bldg.
Collins Ave. and 80th St.
According to chairman Harry
Kaminer, Malice Nashkin will en-
tertain with Jewish folk songs and
Sam Nashkin will recite.
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| SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Vayakhail-Pekudai
"And Moses assembled all the congregation of the children
of Israel ." Exodus. Chapters 35-40
THE PEOPLE'S RESPONSE: Moses transmitted to the peo-
ple the details of God's commands relating to the sanctuary and
its nwSufl.i.tiLiI first emphasized the holiness of the Sa*>bth
day on which no work was to be done. The Israelis responded
willingly and generously, and men and women alike made con-
ttibutions according to their ability. Women with the requisite
skill spun the linen material, and the princes gave precious stones
foi the breastplate as well as spices and oil for the incense and
lamp. Some devout women even donated their mirrors of burn-
ished copper to he used for the making of the laver and its base.
Mose< mac.v special mention of the fact that God had singled
out Beznlel of the Tribe or Judah, a man of wisdom, understand-
ing and experience, to supervise the work. With him was asso-
ciated Oholiab, of the Tribe of Dan, who was a skilled eng.-aver
and weaver. The gift- poured in to such an extent that the ".ork-
men reported to Mosei that they had more than they needrd, so
the people were told to cease bringing their offerings.
Section by section, the Sanctuary and its contents began to
take shape. These are the accounts of the tabernacle. .
SUMMARY OF THE COSTS: The total cost incurred ir. the
construction of the Sanctuary was counted at Moses' command
under the direction of Ithamar, Aaron's youngest son. The weight
ct the gold amounted to 29 talents and 730 shekels; (A talent
is equal to 100 pounds or 3.000 shekels); the weight of the silver
was 100 talents and 1.775 shekels, and of the brass 70 talents and
2.400 shekels. The work, having been completed with the making
of the priestly garments, was inspected and approved by M->ses,
who blessed the people for their magnificent achievement.
THE TABERNACLE IS ERECTED: On the first day of the
month (i.e. Nisan. almost a year after the departure from Erypt)
the Tabernacle was erected under Moses' personal supervision
and the contents arranged in the prescribed order. The cloud
which covered the Tabernacle was filled with God's glory. When-
ever the Cloud lifted, it gave the signal to the Israelites to con-
tinue their journey.
. .
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Glassman (left) honorees at the recent
Morton Towers-Israel Dinner of State on behalf of the State
of Israel Bonds, recaive congratulations from Dr. Lecn
Kronish (right) spiritual leader of Temple Beth Sholom, ar.d
chairman of the National Rabbinic Cabinet for Israel Bonds.
rveHcy/ow^ 4*Z5e
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A H A V A T SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox
Cantor Aron Bon Aron, 1
....... ".' .'.'=
ANSKE EMES. 2S33 SW 19th A.
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowltz 2
EETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. Ken-
dall Or. S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumflard. 8
Friday 8:39 pm. Sermon' "Modrrti
Cults and Jewish Youth" or "Future
Shock and the Future of Judaism."
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BETH DAVID. 2828 SW Srd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau.
Cantor William W. Lipaon 4
Friday 8:30 p.m. Sermon !>' Ralilil
.-l Landau at South Dud Audi-
t< riuni: sermon by Rabbi A Inn Kut-
leh at Main Saii.tuary Saturday 9
in. Itabbi Sol landau in South DndP
>uditt,riuir.: Kal.bi Alan llittchick in
In Sanctuary.
EETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
Sox. Rabbi H. Rothman S
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EETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Avo.
Modern Traditional Ra^bi Man
Shapiro. Cantor Leon Segal.
Friday 8:1a p tn Topic: Peace, Peacg
m| Y.t No Peace." followed by Oneg
Bbabbal hosted by Mr. ami Mrs h-v-
Jacobexm. BMBrday 8:48 am. Bar
Mitsvah: David, ann of Mr. nnd Mrs.
Norman [.oarer. 5:1.1 p.m. "Portion "f
Law." 1:48 p.in. "A Mouth Of Fi -
am"
ISRAELITE CENTER. S175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Paul J.
Bender. Cantor Nathan Parnass. 11
Friday "::I0 p.m.. 8:15 p.m. Sermon:
"OatheriiiR the Children of Israel."
Saturday- 8:C am. "Portion of the
Week"
Oft OLOM (Tempie) 87S5 SW 18th
St Conservative. Rabbi Ralph
Glixman. 13
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 8500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein. 14
EETH TOV (Temple). 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Canior Seymour
rmktl
ISRAEL (Tempie} OF GREATER
Miami. 137 NE 19th Street. Reform.
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. 10
Friday 8:15 p.m. Topic: "MSI CHI
'J mple Israel's lOOtli Anniversary"
ZION (Temple) 8000 Miller Rd. Con-
servative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro.
M
Friday 8:30 p.m. Topic: "Urine; TTnd-
er Tension." Saturday 9 a.m.: Bar
Mitsvah: J--d, son of Mr. and Mrs.
David I '.ui ji. i.
MAIM
TIFERETH JACOB (Temple). 851 E.
4th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Na-
than Zolondek. 15
Friday s'ir. p.m. Sermon topic: "The
Inadequacy of Ideals Without Relig-
ion." Saturday 9:30 a.m.
NORTH MIAMI
BETH MOSHF CONGREGATION
13630 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
Rabbi Joseph Gorlinkel, Cantor Ben
Zion Kirschenbaum. 85
MIAMI BEACH
AGUDATH ISKAEL, 7801 Carlyla Ave.
Orthodox. 17
BETH SHOLOM ( Temple). 4144
Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kronlah. Cantor David Conviser. 21
Friday 8:15 p.m. Topic: "Where Do
We Stand On School rtuslnir And
School Prayers." Saturday 10:46 a.m.
Bar Mitsvah: Steven Robert, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Alman: Kevin
Winter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max
Ramer.
BETH TFILAH 835 Euclid Ava. Or.
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-
aky. 82
e>
BETH VOSEPH CHAIM CONGREGA-
TION, 843 Meridian Avenue. 22-A
CUBAN HEBREW CONOREOATION.
1242 Wash i not on Ava. Orthodox.
Rabbi Dow RozeMCwaig. 23
CUBAN SEPHARDIC HEBREW CON-
GREGATION. 715 Washington Ave-
nue, Miami Beach. Rabbi Meir Mas-
liah Melamed. 23-A
BETH ISRAEL. TTO 40th St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Berel Wei.j. 18
BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi SMnaryahu T. SMwir.
aky. Cantor Maortae Mamehes. 19
.ii e'
BETH RAPHAEL (Temple). 1848
Jetferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh. 20
EMANU-EL (Temple). 1701 Washing-
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
l-ehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler. 24
Friday 8:30 p.m. Dr. Irving; Lehrman
will preach on: "The Danger of the
lixtremist and the Fanatic." Satur-
day 9 a.m.: "The Weekly Portion of
the Bible." 10:30 a.m. Bhs Milzvah:
Susan, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Her-
hert Levin.
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Plnetree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross 28
CONO. AN-NELL torancn of He-
brew Academy). 7th St. and Merid-
ian Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham
Ben-Hillel. 25-A
a
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1582 Washirf0ton
Air*. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H.
Stern. Cantor Meyer Engel. 28
KNESETH ISRAEL, H15 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield
Cantor Abraham Seif. 2T
MltSVah: Jeffrey, son of Ml", and Mrs.
Howard Schulman.
NER TAMiu iiempie). 80th St. ant
Tatum Waterway. Conservative.
Rabbi Eugene Labovltz. Cantor Ed-
ward Klein. 29
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OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bonita Dr.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineaa Weber-
man. 30
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 848
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmiat. 81
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1542-
44 Washington Avo. Rabbi Avrohom
Gronor 32
NORTH SAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER, 1720 78th Street Cause-
way, North Bay Village. Conserve,
tive. Rabbi Philip Fried. 32-A
NOtTH MIAMI BEACH
ADATH YESHURUN (Temple). 1028
NE Miami Gardens Or. Conserva-
tive. Rabbi Milton Schlinsky. Can-
tor Nathaniel Schub. S3
BETH TORAH. NE 1<4th St. at 11th
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Jaenh Renzer. S4
Friday 8 p.m. Itabbi Max A. LlpachltS
will dlsiuss the "Primary Straw
Vote."
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1*01 NW 183rd St.
Conservative. Rabbi Charlea Rubel
Cantor Jack Larner. 88
CORAL GABIES
JUDEA (Temple) 5500 Granada Blvd.
Reform. Rabbi Morris Kipper 40
Friday S:15 p.m. Sermon: "RJoflCDlngl
I'pward." Saturday 11:1.". a_m. Bar
Mitsvah: Edward, son of Mrs. Judy
Horovltz and Mr. Roland Horovitz.
MBNOesAM (OJajisHa). Sit 7B4J. St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Canter Ntco Feldman. 28
Friday 8:15 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Bar
SINAI (Templa) o NORTH DADB
18801 NE 22nd Ave. Reform. Rsbbi
Ralph P. Kingsley. Cantor Irving
Shulkes. 87
Friday evening Rabbi Kingsley will
speak on the theme: "Jewish Im-
peratives and National Imperatives."
Saturday 10:30 a.m.
SKV LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 18151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E.
Caplait._____ 88
YOUNG ISRAEL OP GREATER
MIAMI. 890 NE ITHt 8L Orthodox
Rabbi Naftali Porvsh. 88
ZAMORA (Temotoi 44 Zamora Ava.
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell Berg-
er. Cantor Merdecai Yardeini 41
SVtFSsM
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION.
9293 Harding Ave., Stlrfaide, Town
. Hall Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac D. Vine.
BETH ISRAEL (Temple). 847 E. Oak-
land Park Blvd. Rabbi Akiva Bril-
liant. Cantor Mavrfte Neu. 4*
FT. LAUDERDALE
EMANU-EL. 3248 W. Oakland Par**
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Arthur J. Ab
rams. Cantor Jerome Klement. 4*
P0MPAN0 BEACH
SHOLOM (Temple). 132 SE 11th Ava.
Conservative. Rabbi Morris A. Skoo-
Cantor E'neet Schrtiber. 4*
MARGATE
MARGATE JEWISH CENTER. 810t
NW 9th St
HAUANDAIE
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTERS
Rabbi Max J. Weitz. Cantor Rev.
Jacob Danziger. 128 N.E. 1st Ave.
HOUTWSOt
BETH EL (Templa). 1381 8. V4th Ava.
Reform. Rabbi Sameel Jafe. 41
Friday S:ir, p.m. Dr. Samuel '/. Jaffa
will speak on: "Israel. American
Jewry and World Opinion" followed
hv Oneg Shabl.at hosted by Mr. Mas
Himelaon and Mr. Kurt Lsngu in
honor of their birthdays.
ei
BETH 8HALOM (Temple*. 1728 Mon-
roe-8t. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Cantor Irving Oo"L "8
SINAI (Temple). 1201 johneon St.
Conservative. Rabbi Dovid Shapiro.
Cantor VohPdg Heilbraun. *
MMRAMAI
Cantor Abraham Kostor. M
ISRAEL (Temple* 020 SW V"h t.
Conservative. Rabbi Avram Drszin


Friday. March 10, 1972
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As \
Max Lerner
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Sees It
NEW YORK, N.Y. Pity poor Hubert Humphrey, who in a
moment of candor blurted out a secret to a huddle of governors in
a hotel room, and will be riddled for it. It was the not so inno-
cent secret that a volcanic explosion over busing is hot upon us.
and that the liberals who don't heed the rumbling will soon be
covered with lava an 1 mummified in their lofty stance of viitue
This is all helping George Wallace, who delightedly eat.-
ngonized liberal senators and governors every day, using bis ver-
Moil of (he busing story to fry them in public. The anttbusinp.
fury may well give him the victory in the Florida primary, but
i'. goes well beyond the southern battles and has become the
rallying cry in a national war. Obviously it suits Wallace's Stylo
of fake populism, and will be used by many nationally as a popu-
list cop-out. to scrap the whole movement for school integral ion
But it would be foolish to dismiss it as a weapon for Wallace
and a con-out for the fainthearted. Sens. Mansfield, Scott. Javits
and other architects of the recently passed Senate amendmenl
rn busing took the anti-busing movement seriously enough to
design tactical retreat in order to head off a more damaging
Constitutional amendment. I raise a cheer for their bill, however.
Iiebly. Sometimes a tactical retreat is the only fragment of vic-
tory you can salvage from a strongly running tide against you
TIIK- Pmi'OSK OF the .Mansfield-Scott addition to the
i ilucation bill should be clear enough. It tells the federal courts
that Congress doesn't want them to order further busing, that in
r.rfect it wants busing to be a local option of the school districts.
A constitutional amendment would outlaw it altogether, and not
enly shut off the future but roll back the past -which COulo
moan the start of resegregation.
Have Mansfield. Scott and the liberal coalition beaten a
craven retreat, as .Sen. Ribicoff insists? This depends on how
strong the antibusing tide is. My own view is that it isn't a die-
hard fanatic movement limited to racists, but that its springs
are deep and its appeal widespread. What triggered it was the
federal court decision in the Richmond case, but the sources of
its cxplosheness reach far deeper than Richmond.
Every passionate movement involves an enragement which
says. "You have driven us too far: From this moment we
fight hack, at whatever cost." The rage in antibusing is against
something vaguely called the "liberals," especially the federal
courts, and the ideas they get from the liberal intellectuals and
press. The American character Is a melange of the sentimental
and the violent, sometimes a dangerous combination. There are
few sentiments in America stronger than those about children.
In this case the sentiment is the feeling that the children are
bring shortchanged and victimized by being bused long dis-
tances, sometimes into crime-ridden areas, and torn away from
tlieir neighborhoods, and that the end product is worse education
for many, and confusion for all.
it "fr 4
4S THIS1 A TRUE or false picture? The fact is that students
Of education just don't know, because the evidence isn't in. But
whether true or false a strong majority of Americans today
pretty much believe it is true. I don't doubt that some of them are
n.oved, more or less consciously, by racial fears and prejudices.
But they don't form the majority, which is made up of people
who whatever their unconscious drives- consciously feel that
basing is the breaking point, and rationalize their rage by their
belief that their children (and indeed all children) are getting
the short end of the stick.
There are two ways of meeting this, and countering the
constitutional amendment which could mean resegregation.
One is to meet it head on. use the Title VI weapon of the denial
. of federal funds to tesisting school districts, egg on the federal
judges, clamp down in a liberal version of law-and-order consti-
tutionalism and try to shame waverers and defy the rebels. This
.' U the battering-ram method and it works only if the fortress is
I ricarly one of prejudice and blindness, weakly held by a few die-
- hards. I suspect it would lead very quickly to a chain reaction
r.f open rebellion against the law, a deep crisis of the judiciary
1 and some pretty dangerous outbrusts of social hatred.
The other way is that of the more tough-minded Senate
: liberals, who won't lay down their arms but are ready for a pause
to consolidate the gains of two decades of liberal court decisions.
If the nation uses the time thus gained to turn its social imagina-
tion and inventiveness into opening both tlie inner-city ghettos
and the suburbs, changing the residential patterns of both, and
improving ihe finality of schooling in both, it won't be long be-
fore the drive toward equal education can be completed.
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Dr. Stanley Worton of Cedars
of Lebanon Hospital has Ix-en
named to the board of directors
! of the Carner Bank of Miami
I Beach, according to an announce*
I merit made by Stephen Carner.
president of the Carner Bank.
Dr. Worton, a senior member of
a group of radiologists directing
and providing the diagnostic X-ray
services for Cedars of Lebanon, is
dedicated to the advancement oi
patient care and services.
A graduate of Cornell Univer-
sity and the Duke University
I School of .Medicine. Dr. Worton
< trained in Radiology at Mount
| Sinai Hospital in New York City.
He is a member of the American
College of Radiology, and the Ex-
ecutive Committee of the Greater
Miami Radiological Society and
serves as Clinical Assistant Pro-
fessor of Radiology at the Univer-
sity of Miami School of Medicine.
Hebrew U Professor
To Address Hillel
Prof. Shlomo Avineri of the
Hebrew University of Jerusalem
will deliver an open lecture on
"Israel and the Palestinians"
Thursday. March 16, at the Hillel
Jewish Student Center of the Uni-
versity of Miami. The S p.m. pro-
pram is free and open to the pub-
lic.
Prof. Avineri, chairman of the
Levi Kshkol Social Science Re-
search Center at Hebrew Univer-
sity, is the author of "Karl Marx
on Colonialism and Moderniza-
tion" and "Israel and the Palestin-
ians."
Hillel. sponsored by B'nai B'rith
with supplementary funds pro-
vided by the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation, is currently co-
ordinating an Israel Emergency
Fund appeal among University of
Miami students.
In Wometco Theatres
"Living Free" sequel to "Born
Free," opens Friday at the Miami,
Miracle, 163rd St., Palm Springs,
and 27th Avenue Drive-in; open-
ing at the Mayfair and Sunset is
"Murmur of the Heart." Holdovers
include "Cabaret" at the Carib;
"Mary, Queen of Scots," Patio,
Twin I and Byron; "Nicholas and
Alexandra" Twin II; "Hot Rock,"
CarlylC and "The Last Picture
Show," Normandy.
Young Artists Concert
Features Mikki Shiff
The Society for Young Perform-
ers will present a concert featur-
ing mezzo soprano Mikki Shiff Sat-
urday at 8 p.m. in the Class Room
Teacher's Bldg., 1809 Brickell Ave.
Miss Shiff will be joined by
tenor Curtis Rayam and pianist
Willie Waters. Also on the pro-
gram is 14-year-old violinist Ge-
remy Miller accompanied on the
piano by his father, Milton Miller.
Parks For People Committee Formed
To Save Remaining Grass And Trees
Miami's "Parks for People"
Committee has entered the clos-
ing days of its drive to win voter
approval for a heavily-endorsed
$39.8 million city parks Ixind is-
sue in go before voters on .Much
14.
The 1'J-meniber executive "om-
rhlttce includes Sidney Aronovit/,
chairman of Little HUD; K. Al-
bert Pallot, chairman ot ihe Beau-
tification Committee; c taire Wein-
traub, Miami clubwoman and pio-
neer; Rose Gordon. Miami City
Commissioner; David BUimberg.
president of the Greater Miami
Chamber of Commerce: Ken Ros-
en, president of the Great r Mia nl
Board of Realtors and Silvan
Meyer, Editor of The Miami News.
The Committee was formed .
an effort to save the remaining
green space in .Miami from the
asphalt-and-concrete faic of so
many other areas.
Included in the proposed Park
and Recreational Bond Program
are plans for a comprehensive re-
vitali/ation of Miami's existing
park system, the acquisition and
development of several major in-
terior parks, the expansion of the
Bayfront Parks, a network of riv-
erfront parks and a city-wirta
bicycle path system.
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Friday. March 10, 1972
Judge Siegendorf Speaking
On Need Of Court Reform
Judge Arpen M. Siegendorf, who Young Democratic Clutas of Dado
has serve* both a/ an Assistant County and Florida and is a form-
Attorney General and Miami City ef member of the" Florida Board
of Bar Examiners.
r~ The Judge's wife, Katharine,
teaches first grade at David Fair-
child Elementary School. His fa-
ther. Captain N. J. Siegendorf, re-
cently retired from the Miami
Beach Police Department after 35
years of service.
JUDGE ARDEN SIEGENDORF
Commissioner, was to speak on
the subject "Florida's Need for
Court Reform" at a dinner meet-
ing of the Bayshore Service Club
Thursday in the Embers Restau-
rant.
Judge Siegendorf is a member
of the Governor's Citizens' Com-
mittee on Court Reform and is
also cochairman of the Dade Coun-
ty Committee for Judicial Reform.
These committees are actively
supporting the proposed revision
of Article V of the State Con-
stitution whic' appetrs on the bal-
lot as Amendment I on March 14.
The Judge, who has observed
first-hand the need for change* in
the court system, was appointed
to the Dade County Small Claims
Court by Gov. Askew last Novem-
ber. He is a graduate of Miami
Beach High School, the Univer-
sity of Miami and its School of
Law.
Judge Siegendorr presently is a
member of the Executive Commit-
tee of the Anti-Defamation League
of B'nai B'rith, and the Advisory
Board of the Greater Miami He-
brew Free Loan Association. He
has served as president of the
Greater Miami Optimist's Club of
Downtown Miami, the U-M Law
School Alumni Association and the
Temple Menorah's
Passover Seders
In Fontainebleau
Temple Menorah Seders will be
held in the Grand Ballroom of the
Fontainebleau Hotel Wednesday
and Thursday. March 29-30, it has
been announced.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will
officiate, assisted by Cantor Nicn
Feldman, a former first tenor of
the Israel Opera Company. Thr
choir will round out the Seder
with their performance of tradi-
tional chants and Israeli melodies.
Bill Goldring, the hotel's cater-
ing director, and executive chef
William Fleischman are working
closely with Rabbi Abramowitz to
prepare an outstanding event.
"Celebrating the Passover Seder
is a time for capturing the tradi-
tional beauty of our faith in the
warm and comforting spirit of our
family and friends. In the mag-
nificent and elegant surroundings
of the Fontainebleau Hotel, we
shall recreate the family like
spirit of the Seder in a never-to-
be-forgotten spiritual and social
experience," Rabbi Abramowitz de-
clared.
Bikel Music Featured
A musical program, including
the recording "Silent No Mor?" by
Theodore Bikel and singing led by
Elizabeth Mongin, will be fea-
tured at the meeting of Aviva
Chapter of Pioneer Women.
Wednesday at 12:30 p.m. in the
Washington Federal Auditorium,
633 NE 167th St.
Dr. Lookstein Last Speaker In Series at Temple Emanu-EI
Dr. Joseph H. Lookstein. inter- bers include Donald Koren. Mrs. Tickets for this lecture may be
nationally renowned Rabbi, schol- Irving Firtel, Mrs. Ben Beloff, obtained at the temple office. Spe-
ar, lecturer and author will con- Mrs. Ida Lear and Mr. and Mrs. cial students tickets are also avail-
l Joseph Abelow. able. ^______________________
Atlantic to Host Baptist-Jewish Talk
Off. JOSEPH H. LOOKSltIN
elude Temple Emann-KI's 1972
Cultural Series Wednesday. March
22, at 8:15 p.m. in the msun sanc-
tuary of the temple. His topic will
be "Who And What Is A Jew?"
Dr. Lookstein, Professor of
Homiletics and Jewish Sociology
M Yeshfvx T'niversitv, founder of
Ramaz School in New York, and
'"'' n^nfinn] of the Hebrew
Training School for Girls, was re-
cntlv elected chancellor of Bar-
Ilan University in Israel.
Dr. Lookstein now divides his
time between the University in
Ramat-Gan, and Congregation Ke-
hilath Jeshurun in New York City,
where he has been the spiritual
leader for over 40 years.
Under the guidance of Dr. Irv-
ing Lehrman, Temple Emanu-EI
has for the past 25 years contrib-
uted to the cultural level of the
community by presenting nation-
ally known personalities from all
fields of religious and cultural life
in this annual series.
Dr. Sherman R. Kaplan is gen-
eral chairman; Leonard Zilbert is
natron chairman; Mrs. Philip F.
Thau and Howard Hirschfield. co-
chairmen; Albert Davidson, pub-
licity chairman; committee mem-
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and the Palm Beach county chap-
ter of the American Jewish com-
mittee.
Dr. Jess Moody, president of the
host institution, and Rabbi A.
James Rudin, assistant director
of the AJC's interreligious affairs
department, are among the sym-
posium participants. Also included
are Dr. George C. Balentine. chair-
man of the humanities depart-
ment, and Dr. Thomas Smothers,
associate professor of religioon at
Palm Beach Atlantic College.
"A Baptist Perspective of Jud-
aism" will be presented by Dr.
Joseph R. Est&es, pastor of the
First Baptist Church of Deland.
Rabbi Sanford M. Shapero of the
Union of American Hebrew Con-
gregations' Miami regional office
and Rabbi Irving Cohen of West
Palm Beach's Temple Israel will
respond.
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M. B. First National Designated Trustee
For $250 Million Issue Of Debt Capital
Miami Beach First National
Bank has been designated trustee
for a $250 million issue of new
debt capital planned by Southern
Bell Telephone Company, which
serves Florida, Georgia, North
Carolina and South Carolina. The
firing boa/jd, pf^dlrectors, during
meeting in Atlanta, authorized the
issue and chose the Miami Beach
financial institution as trustee.
Securities to obtain the funds
will be sold on or about July 19,

Continued From Page 4-A
The figure is about accurate,
too, if border guards, support
troops and Mongolians are in-
cluded in the total Figure.
SO YOI' have what may be
called a John-and-Mary situa-
tion. You cannot logically say
that John is absolutely certain
to dine with Mary on Thursday,
even if John has made the date,
bought a new suit for the occa-
sion and is well known to be
dying of love for Mary. Either
John or Mary may fall ill, or
something else may happen to
prevent the dinner.
By the same token, however,
it is even less logical to say
that John is absolutely certain
not to dine with Mary, despite
known Jove, the purchase of the
suit and the date on John's cal-
endar. This second fault of logic
is still: being committed1 by a
good many Americans, in and
out of government, with respect
to the Soviet preparations
against China. But it is not be-
ing committed by the Chinese
leadership.
As to how the President and
Prime, Minister Chou may get
the long-run result they want,
that again is at least fairly sim-
ple. The-timing of the Chinese
nuclear"*program will probably
foBCe a Kremlin decision to
strike or not to strike at some
time in 1973 v,r 1974- After ,hat
the risks Mil change for the
Soviets.
WHEN THE time comes for
the final decision, the men of
the Kremlin will surely be di-
vided. All governments are al-
ways divided about very pain-
ful decisions. The new relation-
ship between the United States
and China must be seen in Mos-
cow as another new element of
risk. It will strengthen the op-
ponents of an attack on China.
I The opponents will then be more
likely to win the argument in
I the Kremlin.
As to why the President
[should desire this result, that is
slso fairly simple. In power
terms, the Soviets, the United
States and China may be con-
tived as alpha, because the So-
Sts are substantially the
ongest in strategic weapons;
beta, because the United
|tes is still pretty strong;
as gamma-minus-minus, be-
se the Chinese are still pretty
despite remarkable nu-
r progress.
In THIS kind of equation,
it is always a danger to the
alpha-power to have the gamma-
minus-minus power in its rear.
If the gamma-minus-minus pow-
er is destroyed, therefore, the
alpha-power has vastly more
freedom of action in dealing
with the beta-power and in
other ways. In sum, a serious
upset then occurs in the over-
all balance of oower. This is
what the President wants to
avert.
But he wants to avert some-
thing else, too. If the eventual
Soviet decision is to undertake
China's castration, it is clear
the the world will enter a new,
exceptionally ugly era, like the
later years before the Hitler
war. Averting that will also be
worth much. So one must hope
tha.t the President has succec-ded,
although one must wait and sse,
too.
...
'*., *.-
Walk For Funds
By Temple Youth
Aids Soviet Jews
Beth Sholom Temple Youth con-
ducted its second annual "Walk
for Israel" Sunday afternoon. This
years effort was held in coopera-
tion with the "Save our Own
Souls" group of the free university
'-wisapnt. *..,
Dr. Leon Kronish, rabbi of the
amounted to $175 million $100 I Miami Beach congregation, briefed
President L. B. Rast said. Prior to
that time, the company will create
an issue of long-term debentures
or a combination of long-term de-
bentures and medium-term notes
(10 years or less).
This is Southern Bell's largest
debt, c a p, i t aj ,HUttwii?iiipn. Its
most recent issue, last August,
million of 37-year debentures sold
at 7.67 percent cost to the company
and $75 million of seven-year
notes at 7.01 percent cost.
Proceeds are expected to be
the youngsters at a lunch session
held prior to the walk for funds.
Proceeds will be used to help
Soviet Jews resettle in Israel ac-
cording to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
used to repay short-term finan- Nevel, youth group advisors,
cing. This is part of the financing i Those who planned the walk in-
for Southern Bell's huge telephone eluded Randy Freelline, Jeffrey
facilities construction program | Kramer, Jeffrey Pardo, Alsso Par-
which will amount to nearly $800 do, Lisa Tenenbaum and Roberta
million in 1972 alone. | Irvine.
At a recent meeting, Dr. Abel Holtz, (left) vice president of
Corner Bonk of Miami Beach, pledged his support to ihe
fund-raising and building project planned by the Cuban
Hebrew Congregation. With him are Dr. Pablo Tachmes,
president, Salomon Temer, treasurer, and Charles Heisler,
public relations director.
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Friday, March 10, 1972
ISRAEL NEWSLETTER
By Carl Alpert
Arab-Jewish Relations
UMi: ARK SOMETIMES so absorbed in our con-
cern with relations between Israel and the
Arab states on the i>olitical and international level,
1 thai we may give insufficient at-
tention to relations between Jew-
and Arabs in Israel onsrhe individ**.
ual, man-to-man basis.
It is a fact that the approxi-
mately 403,000 Arabs living within
the State of Israel reside, for the
most part, in their own towns and
villages. Kvon where there are
1 sizeable numbers of Arabs within
a city, as in Haifa, they cluster together in areas
Which become known .as the Arab quarter. The basis
for this is sociological, and is not too different from
the eauses which impel Jews in the United States
and elsewhere to live in a Jewish neighborhood:
proximity to friends; availability of religious and
educational facilities, etc.
Adding to the separation of the two elements
in the population is the further socio-economic fact
that 89'I of Israel's Jews live in urban areas,
whereas only 4.'?', of Israel's Arabs are urban
dwellers. The obvious result is that the two do not
come into frequent personal contact.
Recent studies conducted by Dr. Yochanan
Peres of Tel Aviv University reveal some interesting
attitudes on the part of Arab and Jewish young
people toward each other.
Would you be willing to marry an Arab' Dr.
Peres asked a sampling of Jewish youth. "Not will-
ing" replied f>7'; of the Sephardi Jewish youth.
Only 2r.'i were willing, and the remainder presum-
ably uncommitted. Ashkenazi youth showed a some-
what different result: "Not willing." 56';.
"Are you ready to accept Arabs as close, per-
sonal friends'" "Absolutely not." replied 38'"' of
the Sephardi young people. The Ashkenazi opposi-
tion was 27*> but the major percentages in each
ease could not give a firm answer.
Dr. Peies is of the opinion that the Sephardi
reaction is their way of rejecting their own oriental,
or Mid-Eastorn background, and expresses ihei<-
desire to become like the dominant group the
Ashkenazis.
What do the Arab youth think of the Jews?
Willing to be friends with Jews -B06t; willing to
live in Jewish neighborhoods 42#; willin;; to
live in the same house with Jews 30'!.
Once again it would appear that this is a re-
sult of the desire to become like the majority a
short step toward long-range assimilation. There
are frequent instances of Arab youth who change
their names and seek to "pass" as Jews.
The attitude toward Jews among Arabs of the
West Bank, who have not had the tradition of elate
relations with Jews over the last 23 years, Ls quite
different. Among the West Bankers: Willing to live
with Jews 12'i (not willing 69< t; willing to
have Jewish friends 19f/;; maybe A2r.'<; abso-
lutely not 38'r.
In pondering the meaning of these figures it
should l>e borne in mind that Israel's Arabs and
Jews live under the cloud of threats from across
the border uttered by Arab leaders who constantly
proclaim war and a desire to annihilate Israel.
Relations are further exacerbated by the occa-
sional activities of saboteurs who throw bombs in
buses, markets or other public places. Each such
act is calculated to receive a hostility which may
have been abating. Indeed, that may be the delib-
erate purpose of many of the wanton acts of terror-
ism which take their toll among Jews and Arabs
alike.
DATELINE JERUSALEM
By Amos Ben-Vered
Post Office Is Snarled
rills is not A SUCCESS STORY. It is a story of
Israel's fastest growing government department, whicn
at the same time has become a symbol of inefficiency. The
Ministry of Communications (PostsI employs 20'.; of Is-
rael's government workers. It runs mail services, tele-
phones, telegrams and telex operations of the country.
Recently, a letter arrived in Jerusalem from Tel
Aviv after sis days, according to the postmark. In the
same week an airmail postcard from London took 11 day.-
to reach the letter box, a letter from Jerusalem four
days, a letter from a Jerusalem suburb five days, and an
invitation to a wedding in Jerusalem itself nine days.
Installation of a telephone may take up to two
yean. Even if technically everything is in order, it lakes
something like four months. Three departments deal with
it. One of them is responsible for the line only, which
leads to the subscriber's apartment or office. After the
telephone is installed a third department is called into
action: the one responsible for making the connections
to the exchange and testing the line. The three depart-
ments communicate with one another by mail, or, in
urgent cases, by telex. I found out that even officials do
nol know where the other offices are located.
Getting a phone, or line repaired, is a task beyond
the powers of the average Israeli. Dialing the Faults
Department may take hours; the number is usually busy.
Ami if a team is sent to locate the fault, the subscriber
had better be at home- a return visit may take three
weeks or longer to arrange. If one wants action, one has
to plead special circumstances with the clerk accepting
the complaint that there is a sick person at home, or
that the owner is a doctor or a police officer.
The Communications Ministry still functions on the
organizational lines established dining the British Man-
date more than 30 years ago. Young Israelis have since
taken over the top jobs, some of them former ormy
officers. But they, too, have succumbed to the system.
Tho low quality of the manpower employed justifies low
salaries; the latter in turn makes work morale low. Every
20 employees seem to have their own union, and barely
a month passes without at least one of them striking,
thus compounding the confusion.
(Copyright UtTa. Jewiah Telegraphic Agency)
BOOK REVIEW By Seymour B. Liebman
Three Good Books
THE POIGNANT, CHIPPING drawings in The
Beok of Alfred Kansas (McGraw-Hill Book Co..
$17.95) a unique and moving book, give startling
reality to the holocaust. The Chi-
nese proverb, "One picture is
worth more than 10,000 words" is
more aptly applied here than in
most instances.
Alfred Kantor is a survivor of
Thierenstadt, Auschwitz and
Schwarzheide. The 126 paintings
in his book are either sketches he
preserved while an inmate or du-
plicates that he made after his release. The brief
text is almo>t in the spirit of Elie Wiesel's writing
in that then is no patent attempt to depict horror
or to prolong accounts of brutality and sadism. The
cumulative effect of the pictures tells the still-
incrodible story of man's inhumanity to man.
Israel: A Survey unit Bibliography compiled and
edited by Muriel Emanuel (St. Martin's Press $12>
fills a much-needed void. It will satisfy those who
want basic information in more than capsule form
but who don't relish wading through an entire book
to find the answers they need. For scholars and
those who desire additional information, each arti-
cle has an api>endcd bibliography.
The book opens with a brief history and a sec-
tion on Zionism and then proceeds to government;
collective and co-operative settlements; the econ-
omy; technology and medicine; education and the
arts with (i sub-sections; Christian. Moslem, and
Druse communities, and the Dead Sea Scrolls. Each
section and sub-section is written by a competent
author; for the most part academicians and officials.
The writing is in terse and cogent language and
editorializing is at a minimum. The book reveals
Israel and the facets of its life in a most commend-
able manner.
lien*-* of Israel by Morris Rosenbhon 'Fleet
Press Corp., $5) is a trifle too terse. The author has
synthesized the biographies of 10 men and two
women who are 20th century' notables Herzl.
Weizman, Ben-Gurion, Trumpeldor. Eliezer Ben
Yehuda. Hannah Senesh, "Mickey" Marcus, Yigael
YaJin, Yigal Allon; Moshe Dayan. Golda Meir and
Shmuel Y. Agnon.
One cannot fault the book for what it conlains
as much as for what is omitted. We read of the ex-
ploits of the people but learn little of their personal
lives or of their spouses and children. The author
has added little if anything new about the 12 heroes.
As fh Were Spying: By ROBERT E. SE6AI
'The Education
Of A WASP
'"' "'ME MORE I LEARNED, the less 1 felt t could
do to change what I saw," Lois Mark Stalvey
wrote In "The Education Of A WASP," one wom-
an's honest and honorable account
of her education in prejudice and
its bitter by-products.
First published in May, 1970,
"The Education Of A WASP" is
now available in paperback. Father
Theodore M. Hesburgh, president
of Notre Dame, whose own heroic
efforts to advance equality of op-
portunity in his role as vigorous
chairman of the U.S. Commission On Civil Rights
are well known, has expressed the ho|>e that many
will read the book. "Rather than instill gui'.t in
white America, I hope this book will inspire read-
ers to reach the American dream in which Lois
Stalvey once believed," he adds.
Is that dream no longer credible the dream
of making this nation one in which liberty and
justice are actually for all? Not just for the black
Nebraska tackle who stops the fleet Alabama full-
back cold behind the line of scrimmage, not just
for the winsome singer of rock on the David Frost
show, not just for Shirley Chisholm running for
president, but for the millions of less than talented.
often frustrated, frequently unchampioned plain
folks constantly obliged to bepr the handicap of de-
valued origin or minority creed or despised race?
Near the end of her chronicle, all of the events
in which are undoubtedly true. Mrs. Stalvey tells
US what happened when she deliberately criss-
crossed letters she had received from two people
she knew, making sure that each beheld the penned
hatred ol the other. One letter was from a militant
black who wrote: "I approve of anything that will
relieve US of Jews, those human parasites who nrey
on black misery, suffering and misfortune." The
second was from a Jew who wrote: "You're wasting
your time trying to help Negroes. They won't even
help themselves. They won't train to compete; they
can't take abuse. They have no pride, no character.''
Mrs. Stalvey patiently traces her odyssey as
naive quarrel-settler, exponent of integration, timid
fighter for an FEPC ordinance, catalyst in PTA
and tireless listener to stories of indignity and heart-
break rooted in racial prejudice. She had headed a
small advertising agency before she married the
man who was so resolved to stand behind her in her
acts of enlightenment and decency that eventually
he took the clout of forced transfer to Philadelphia
and final loss of job and income for the sake of
loyalty to immovable convictions about racial
justice.
From the first modern stirrings of racial up-
heaval in America refusal to ride at the back ol
the bus in 1955 on up through sit-ins, boycotts,
protest marches, bombing, arson, and rock-throw-
in, one Wasp, advanced from "trolley-car liberal"
to an unawarded but well-merited postgraduate de-
gree in the art of human understanding. "It was
years before I learned the difference between elo-
quent passionate speakers who unfurl brotherhood
speeches like flags and the quiet, stubborn men who
work silently doing what can be done," she
observed.
Teriy Sanford, who won fame and the nat;on's
gratitude as an exemplary young governor of North
Carolina a few short years ago, has reminded tus that
those Americans "who should be pacemakers in
tackling our racial and poverty problems seem con-
tent to let the future happen, largely without agree-
ment or design or direction." Perhaps unwittingly,
Mrs. Stalvey is a different kind of pacemaker; she
has shown that one woman's conscience, harnessed
to action, can help end drift and generate construc-
tive motivation.


r. March 10. 1972
+Jewtst> Her Mian
Page 15-A
' Basketball Team
lays In Tournament
Tent Sale Proceeds *ltSS5U
Beth El, Hollywood, has announ-
Grcat Miami TJM-YWHA's,
High Baskct'ljajl TeAfrt wilt
lying in the Jewish Welfare
Southern Region Basket-,
Tournament in Nashville,
Teal., this weekend.
^Bey will bo competing against
teams representing Jewish Com-
Htv Centers and YMHA's from
iville. Atlanta, Birmingham,
nphis, Houston, New Orleans
^Columbia, S.C.
he winners of the Nashville
cney will participate in the
onal Championship in Allen-
Pa. late this month,
epresenting Miami will be
kn Mallah, Danny Simonsohn,
Mn Solomon, Roger Dewey,
nnie Berg, John Nichols and Ric
ne. The team is being coached
Len Kamin, former collegiate
ayer at Ohio State.
[Donations are being accepted by
YMHA in order to defray the
sts of this special tournament
limey. Call Bob Silver. Health
Physical Education director,
j you would like to contribute to
|e Tournament Travel Fund.
tt Sen. Henry Jackson. Presidential
xttdate in Florida's March 14
nary, will address the Greater
iami YM-YWHA's Town Hall
ries audience Sunday at 8 p.m.
is speaking as the guest of the
Public Affairs Committee
mc).
I'he series is designed to allow
Itural, social and political lead-
en opportunity to discuss cur-
it issues and philosophies. It is
en to the public at no charge in
Ballroom at the Y, 8500 SVV
St.
tir t? &
[A repertory theatre is being
itel by the Greater Miami YM-
1A Teen Department, under
guidance of Barbara Malloy.
group is open to young actors,
pters and artists, as well as
interested in these arts.
Mrs. Malloy. who studied drama
at tie University of Miami and
headed the drama department of
Young, Judea.*f. New Hampshire,
will meet with the repertory group
Sundays at 4 p.m. in the Teen
Lounge. For additional informa-
tion and registration contact Har-
teen Bertisch or Lee Cohen at the
'Y\
tt ft
Dr. Bernard Fine, former educa-
tion editor of the New York Times
and headmaster of Horizon School,
will speak in the Golden Key
Room of the Greater Miami YM-
YWHA, at 8:15 p.m. Wednesday.
His topic will be "Education of the
Gifted Child."
ft ft ft
Starting next week, the Greater
Miami YM-YWHA Teen Depart-
ment will offer a ten-session multi-
media art shop Wednesday, from
9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. in the Teen
Lounge.
Future artists will have an op-
portunity to work with oils, acry-
lics, macrame, sketching, candle-
making, batik, collage and sculp-
ting at their own pace and during
hours convenient to them. For ad-
ditional information ami registra-
tion, contact Hareen Bertisch or
Lee Cohen at the 'Y'.
American 'Jewish Congress
Unit Here Commends Askew
The executive board of the Am-
erican Jewish Congress' South
Florida Council has commended
1 Gov. Reubin Askew for his stand
j on school busing, quality educa-
I tion and prayer in schools.
A resolution adopted says in
. part, "We are in favor of quality
1 education for all races. We have
| always and now oppose prayer in
any form in the public schools aa
; a violation of the doctrine of
separation of church and state."
To Benefit Cedars
The annual Tent Sale to raise
funds for the Cedars of Lebanon
Hospital expansion and building
program will be held Thursday,
April 27. from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m..
Mrs: Leonard Brodsky; -vice pres-
ident of the Auxiliary Lobby Shop
announced this week.
The one-day sale, which will l>e
held in a giant tent on the hospi-
tal grounds at 1321 N\V 14th St.
is open to the general public-
Auxiliary members will be there
to sell books, jewelry, ladies' cloth-
ing, gift and boutique items, toys,
and cakes socially baked for the
occasion..
Yeshiva Day School Women
Mark Jewish Music Month
In observance of Jewish Music
Month, Yeshiva Day School Wom-
en and PTA will present pianist
Sharon Altshuler and Rabbi Moshe
Greebtf], trumpet, in an evening
of light baroque and classical mus-
ic Saturday in the Young Israel
social hall.
Mrs. Hyman Genuth is serving
as chairman of the event, which
begins at 8:30 p.m.; attorney Bar-
ry D. Schreiber will be master of
ceremonies. Tickets and informa-
tion are available through the
school's office.
ced plans for a three-week Teen
Tour Pilgrimage to Israel this
summer, the itinerary of which
wih include a five-day stopover in
London. The temple's Brotherhood
is sponsoring a Pilgrimage to L--
rael for adults this summer, Rabl i
Jaffe said. Details are available it
the temple office.
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Miami, Florida Friday, March 10, 1972
Ruling Circles Differ On
Solution To The Conflict
JERUSALEM (JTA) Ma-
Ijor differences within Egypt's
I ruling circles over a solution to
I the conflict with Israel emerged
[over the weekend.
Mohammed Hassanein Heikal,
editor-in-chief of the influential
Cairo daily, Al Ahram, hinted
in his signed column Friday that
Egypt would do well to abandon
its insistence on a prior Israeli
commitment to withdrawal from
the occupied territories as the
price of peace negotiations.
But the official government
newspaper, Al (iumhuriya, criti-
cized Heikal, without mention-
ing him by name, for suggesting
to the Egyptian people that they
have any alternative but force
in dealing with Israel.
Heikal, nevertheless, is con-
sidered a close confidant of Pres-
ident Anwar Sadat, a relation-
ship that he also enjoyed with
the late President Nasser, and
his column in Al Ahram has fre-
quently reflected government
views. Observers here said it
was unlikely that his latest
article was published without
the prior approval of Sadat or
someone acting on Sadat's be-
half.
In the column, Heikal dis-
missed as "childish'* a political
solution "which is based on in-
sisting on the last step even be-
fore the first step has begun."
The phraseology was seen as a
hint that Egypt may be wilting
to drop its demand for an Is-
raeli withdrawal commitment as
a prerequisite for either an oxer-
all settlement under the aegis of
United Nations mediator Dr.
Gunnar V. Jarring or an Amer-
ican-sponsored interim accord
to reopen the Suez Canal.
Some observers believe Ilei-
kal's suggestions represented a
trial balloon and Al Gumhiiriya's
criticism of it a way out for the
government should public reac-
tion he unfavorable. Al Gum-
huriya referred obliquely to
"persons who might spread con-
fusing ideas among the Egyp-
tian people" and warned that
such persons who are obviously
not sufficiently familiar with
events should refrain from lead-
ing the Egyptian people into be-
lieving that there are several
alternatives.
According to the government
newspaper, there is only one so-
lution to the Middle East con-
flict which has already been laid
down: "What has been taken
by force can only be retrieved
by force. There is no ilifferc-nce
of opinion about this," the paper
said.
Heikal. on the other hand, dis-
carded military solutions or dip-
lomatic efforts through inter-
national law and U.N. resolu-
tions. He wrote that a revolu-
tionary scientific solution is the
onlv acceptable solution," and
defined a "revolutionary scien-
tific solution" as one which em-
ploys all available means dip-
lomatic, economic, armed forces
in accordance with modern cal-
culations, and enlightened prop-
aganda which gains the maxi-
mum amount of support for this
Schary Publicly Deplores
Mosley's Presence In U.S.
NEW YORK (JTA) Sir Os-
wald Mosley's presence in the
pnited Stales is "against the pub-
ic interest" and should be de-
plored, Dore Schary said on the
iDavid Frost Show" recently
Ipeaking of the 75-year-old E-rit-
th politician, who headed the
fascist Party from 1932 to 1940,
as been in the United States to
jblicize his autobiography, "My
fcife," Mr. Schary, honorary chair-
an of the Anti-Defamation
eague of B'nai B'ritn, declared:
believe he represents a totali-
rian concept, and there's been'
recanting in terms of his atti-
ie about Jews, Hitler, World
lar II and about what it meant."
IMr. Schary charged that Sir Os-
lld "questions the validity ot the
clferge that six million Jews were
lied" deliberately by the Nazis,
Jforring to call them "war crim-
inals."
Calling Mr. Schary's charges "a
whole tissue of false statements,"
the Britain retorted: "I attacke4
some Jews becav.se they wanted
a war, And he has not refuted
that in any way."
Mr. Frost, himself British, ob-
served: "What you're saying is
like saying 'I am not aKa.'nst Jews.
I am only against people who at-
tend Bar Mitzvah's.' "
Sir Oswald replied: "I had Jew-
ish candidates in my movement
before this quarrel arose. I have
Jewish colleagues and collabora-
tors in great constructive policies
today. ... I had a quarrel with
some Jews whether there should
be a war or not and I charged
those Jews with putting the in-
terest of their community in Ger-
many above the interests of the
British people. And that was a
legitimate charge, and if Jews
are to be immune from all criti-
cism where are we coming to?"
Later on, calling it "ridiculous"
to debate a "40-year-old question"
in light of current problems of
poverty and war, Sir Oswald told
Mr. Schary: "You'd think the only
thing that matters in the world
were Jews."
The Jewish leader replied: 'The
only thing that matters to me is
intolerance and hatred, and I be-
lieve you stand for intolerance,
and you have expressed hatred."
B'nai B'rith Taps
First Woman As
Commission Head
Bv Special Report
WASHINGTON, D.C. For
the first time in Jhe 128-year h's-
tory of R'nai B'rith a woman has
been chosen as chairman of one
of its agencies.
Mrs. Louis I.. Perlman of High-
land Park. 111., was elpt"d a
chairman of the B'nai B'rith You'h
Tommission at its annual meeting
here. Mrs. Perlman. a former in-
ternational president of B'nai
B'rith Women, surceeds Jack J.
Spitzer, Los Angeles savings and
loan execuli'-e. who will now he,T'
the B'nai B'rith Fund camnaiT!1
cabinet.
Though she has- served as a vie^
president of the Leo N. Levi Hos-
pital in Hot Springs, Ark., a vie"
chairman of the a"ti-r)efamnfinn
League of B'nai B'rith, ani re-
ceived the HiUel Ho-^or Key from
the B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation
at the University of Illinois Mrs.
Perlman's major interest during
.'17 years of R'nai B'rith service
has been its teen-age youth move-
ment.
conflict, and stands based1 on
principles which guarantee the
broadest front of friends and
allies to prevent the enemy from
imposing his will."
Heikal claimed (hat such meth-
ods were being utilized by China
to regain sovereignty over Tai-
wan and by the Vietnamese rev-
olution to achieve the complete
withdrawal of U.S. troops fron
the whole of Indochina. Achieve-
ment of a political solution has
tailed in the MHdle East con-
flict "because we have forgotten
I will not say have neglected
to utilize the other methods,"
he said.
Sadat is reportedly scheduled
to tour several Arab countries
this week to discuss means of
strengthening the Arab position
against Israel in the wake of
Israel's actions against Lebanon
and Syria.
Melvin Feigel, (left) president of the North Dade B'nai B'rith
Ledge 2043 presents a S500 check on behalf of his lodge
to the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's CJA**? campai9n.
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Friday, March 10. 1972
20 Dade Organizations
Form Education Coalition
Twenty county-wide organiza-
tions joined forces today to form
tiic Citizens School Committee, an
ad hoc education coalition, and
took a strong position on the
"straw ballot'" questions on bus-
ing and equal education.
The coalition opfx>ses any con-
stitutional amendment which
would stop desegregation of
schools. They support busing as a
tool to help provide equal educa-
tional opportunity for all children.
They urge all citizens to vote
" NO" on straw ballot position 3
against busing, and "YES'* on
straw ballot position 4 for equa.
education.
Tin; coalition invotes any orga-
nization or group to join. (Speak-
ers and information are available
by calling tHe AJCommittce of-
fice. I The cnlition intends to ex-
j>and its involvement into all criti-
cal areas which effect education.
Among the organization repre
s meeting were Jack Frankenstein,
r.'laine Silverstcin and Walter
Zand, American Jewish Connnit-
tee; Bettle I. Pastey, Carol City
Community & Concerned Parents;
Alfredo R. Toledo. Jr.. Center for
Urban Studies. I'-M: Ed Ccoke.
Community Relations Board;
Harry L. Shan-.in. Concerned
Democrats; Vat L. Tornelle Jr..
Dade Count\ Classroom Teachers
Assn.; Ronald Treshan. Greater
Miami Jewish Federation; Mary
McCiacken and Marilyn Runde.
Girl Scouts of Tropical Florida
Lela G. Jacobson. I-eaguc of
Women Voters: Wellington L.
Rolle, N'AACP; Eunice W. Liberty.
National Council of Negro Wi^men
of Greater Miami; Frank Magiath.
National Council of Christians &
Jews; Sue Collins. P.E.A.C.E.;
Anne Saxe, Women's International
I a ague for Peace & Freedom:
Dorothy L. Serotta, UAHC, and
Lilfa Fernandez. Chrislian Com-
munity Sorvice Agency.
Serving as chairman pro-tem of
the Ad Hoc Committee is Mrs.
Bernard Silverstein, Schools Com-
i mittee Chairman of the American
Jewish Committee.
its "Soring on Board
i C.A.R.I.H." fashion show
CARIH Chapters
Plan Luncheon.
Fashion Show
The South Florida Council of
Children's Research Institut" and
Children's Asthma Research Insti-
tute and Hospital in Denvr. is
; following the nautical trend with
with
and
luncheon in the Dupont Plaza Ho-
tel, Tuesday at 11:30 a.m.
Burdine's will present its ex-
travaganza fashion show, accom-
panied by the music of the Ray
Garcia Orchestra.
Dr. Dudley Solomon, executive
director of the research institute
and hospital, will be the guest of
honor. He will address the gather-
ing of approximately 400 women
from eight chapters in Miami and
desciibe the progress being made
to help asthmatic children.
Chairmen are Mrs. Ernest Har-
ris and Mrs. Gerald Klugerman of
Lorber Chapter. The other chapters to be represented are
Brealh of Life. Gift of Life. First
Miami, Peshkin, Point East, North
Dadc and Miami Beach.
Speaker, Film Featured
A special program, featuring a
presentation by Judge Rol>ert
Grover and a Histadrut film on
Israel will accent the open meet-
ing of the Men's Club of Temnle
Beth Raphael Wednesday at 7:30
p.m., according to William J.
Sehusel. president.
Temple Zion presented an original comedy
with music written and directed by Lillicn
Burak called "What Ever Happened to the
2 cent Plain?" last weekend, and has sched-
uled two additional performances Saturdc.y
and Sunday evening. Members of the cast
include, (from left to right) Moiton Erstlinc,
Bertha Kaplan, Gary Conner. Cynthia Mack-
ler, Vivian Wish, and Aaron Shapiro. Tic-
kets and information are available throuch
Mr. Erstling.
Dr. Lichter Named To Receive 1971 Educators' Medal
Dr. Solomon S. Lichter. princi- American Educators Medal Award
pal of Miami Beach Senior High
School, has been selected to re-
ceive the Freedoms Foundation
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I. BERNARD EHRENPREIS
r. Ehrenpreis Cited
ir Medical Service
)r. Bernard Ehrenpreis, of 3128
yal Palm Ave., Miami Beach,
cited recently by the Medical
liety of the State of New York
| his 50 years of medical service.
Ehrenpreis served with the
Strian Army in World War I,
with the United States Army
Vorld War II, heading the ra-
logy department of the 79th
peral Hospital.
Ehrenpreis was director of
ology for the Department of
pitals in New York from 1948
1953, and later taught radiol-
J at the New York State Uni-
lity Medical Center.
uring recent years he has con-
rated his efforts on writing
and setting verses of his
to classical music.
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udents Offered
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I three-week whirl of fashion
krs in Europe this summer
[give fashion modeling stu-
at Miami-Dade Junior Col-
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jnd winter collections.
?parting July 4, the group will
(in Barcelona, Lucerne, Jeru-
Tel Aviv, Athens and Pa-
krranKements are being made
tie students to model at some
fashion houses.
e of the tour is based on
my class jet and double-room
ancy, and includes two meals
and sightseeing.
a fashion-workshop course,
tour carries three college
is for M-DJC students. How-
ver, others not interested in col-
vge credit may also take the tour.
Interested persons may contact
Edith Zipp at M-DJC North for
dditional information.
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That's part of the popularity of Opal Towers.
Other reasons for Opal Towers' popularity are; the most extensive
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fabulous views of miles of uncrowded beach, the intercoastal, the lighthouse and
inlet; the delightfully young residents already living in Opal Towers; and the fact
that Opal Towers is probably the last condominium of its kind to be built
in Hillsboro Beach. If you're looking for a good time .15 well as a
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Friday, March 10. 1972
Spotlight On Florida
For Tuesday Primary
VOTE!
Florida voters take center Rtage
in the national i-.ili1n.-a; spotlight
Tuesday a> they vote in Demo-
cratic and Kepuhlican presidential
primaries and express opinions on
busing, prayer in public schools
and quality education. All polls
will bo oj>on from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Dado County voters also Mill in-
dicate their stands on a strong
mayor form of government in
place ot the count) manager sys-
tem; Miami electors will decide
on the ne.-d for more public parks;
and Miami Beach voters will de-
cide on new bond issues.
Many ji wish organizations have
taken stands on the referendum
issues, taking a particularly ac-
tive part in a campaign against
permitting prayer in schools.
Another tield of special Interest
is the position of the various Dem-
ocratic candidates on the State of
Israel, with apparent agreement
in support of the Jewish state but
widely differing positions on tn
nee.' of American military strength
to back up such support.
With Tuesday's New Hampshire
primary behind them, the Dlitiq-I
cratic candidates turned their full |
attention this weekend to the
Florida voting which carries far |
tige. Most polls placed Alabama!
Gov. George Wallace in the lea
with Senators Edmund Muskie.
Hubert Humphrey and Henry Jack-'
son bunched behind him.
Both Sen. George McGovern and
New York Mayor John Lindsay'
centered their Florida efforts In
the vote-rich South Florida area. ,
with delegates to be determine i]
on the basis of statewide and Con-,
gressional district showings.
(l.n. Reubin Askew put his po-
litical future on the line by lead-
ing the campaign for continued
school busing, but refused t-> en-
dorse any Democratic candidate
because of his key roie in the up-
coming nominating convention in
Miami Beach.
Richard Cohen To Discuss Problems Of Soviet Jewry
"Soviet Jews One Year After
the Brussels Conference.'* will be
Richard Cohen's topic when he ad-
dresses the meeting of Metropol-
itan and North Dade Chapters,
American Jewish Congress. Wed-
nesday. March 22. at 8 p.m. in the
Federation Bldg.. 4200 Biscayne
Blvd.
Mr. Cohen, editor of "Let My
People Go." the latest book on So-
viet Jewry, will describe his re-
cent visit to Brussels, where he
met with Jewish communal lead-
I ers of Europe. The national as- '
| soeiate executive director of Am-
\ erican Jewish Congress, Mr. Co-
i hen has written extensively and
has conducted regular radio and
television programs.
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Temple Israel Sisterhood
Sponsoring Art Auction
Graphics, oils, water-colors and
drawings will be among the ori-
ginal, signed and numbered works
fef art to be auctioned under the
luspiccs of Temple Israel Sister-
hood Sunday at 8 p.m. in the Tem-
ple. AuctirfrTe^fWilliam Haber will
present the art collection which
pas been imported from New York
tor the occasion, and will conduct
\\w auction.
The art works will be on exhibit
ill the Temple on Friday, Satur-
day, and Sunday all day until the
party begins, except when there
are services at the Temple. A ]
signed and numbered lithograph
Iby Picasso will be given away as
la prize on the evening of the auc-
ll ion.
Mrs. Clifford Newmark is chair-
man of the auction; Mrs. Howard
Novell is Sisterhood president.
Mrs. George Graham is in charge
of the Picasso prize; Mrs. Arthur
Alperstein, vice piesident, is plan-
ning ttrts speria1"eventT'
Also on the agenda is the reg-
ular Sisterhood meeting and lunch-
eon with Mrs. Barbara Rado in
charge of the program Wednesday
noon at the temple. The program
theme is "New Issues in the Field
of Civil Liberties." Guests speak-
ers will be Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Feder, temple members who are
actively associated with the Am-
erlcan Civil Liberties Union. Re-
servations may be made by calling
the temple office.
Displaying a lithograph by Picasso which will be awarded
to someone attending the Art Auction at Temple Israel
Sunday evening, is Craig Lamb, a representative cf the
William Haber Galleries, which is providing the pictures
and conducting the auction for the benefit of the Sisterhood's
Youth Activities Fund. Admiring the pictare are Mrs. Jerome
Dreyfuss. Mrs. Howard Novell, Sisterhood president, and
Mrs. Clifford Newmark, chairman of the planning committee
for the event.

H AL SEEKS MORE
U.S. LANDING RIGHTS
NEW YORK (WNSl
Morceihai Ben-Ari, presi-
dent of F.1 Al Airlines, told
a delegation of the Confer-
ence of Presidents of Major
American Jewish Organiza-
tions that El Al expects to
triple in size by 1982 and
become a complete round the
world carrier.
Mr. Ben-Ari Ls in the
United Stales to negotiate
landing rights for El Al in
Philadelphia. Boston, Chi-
cago. Miami and Los Angeles.
Forum To Hear Hochman
Inventor and patent attorney
Julius C. Hochman will speak on
"Red Star over Bethlehem" at the
Forte Forum Tuesday, at 1 p.m.
in the Forte Auditorium. 120I) West
Ave. The public is invited to at-
tend, accoiding to George N. Cay-
lor, secretary.
luncheon Is Scheduled
The Beth Kodesh Sisterhood will
hold its monthly luncheon at noon
Thursday, March IS, in the audi-
torium, according to Mrs. Herman
Slepian, president. Hostesses for
the event are Mrs. A. Balkan. Mrs.
Mack Libman, Mrs. Miriam
Schoonbcrger, Mrs. Mary Cohen
and Mrs. Ben Wise.
Hebrew Academy Women Honor
Waldman Family With Luncheon
Mrs. Morris Waldman. Mia mi honored by the Hebrew Academy j and Daughter" journal luncheon.
Beach civic and religious leader,Women Thursday, March l(>, al
and her two daughters will be the organization's annual "Mothei
Luncheon honorees include Barbara Waldman, (left) bar
mother, Mrs. Morris Waldman, and her sister, Laurie
Waldman.
ADL Offers Books, Films On Soviets
The meeting is scheduled for
noon Thursday at Waldman's Ho-
tel, 4299 Collins Ave. The family
owns the hotel and Is active In
various activities of the Grcate
Miami Hebrew Academy, the
I souths largest Hebrew day school.
Mrs. Waldman is vice president
i of the Hebrew Academy Parent -
1 Teachers Association and program
chairman of the Hebrew Academy
Women. Her husband is a mem-
ber of the Hebrew Academy board.
Barbara Waldman, 16, is an
llth grade student in the Wcishaus
| Girl's High School affiliated with
the Hebrew Academy. She is pres-
ident of the local chapter of the
National Council of Synagogue
Youth.
Her sister, Laurie Waldman, i*
9 and a fourth grade student at the
academy. The family owns and
operates Camp Ocala In north
Florida.
Mrs. Gabriel DoutSCh, vice pies-
ident of the Hebrew Academy
Women, is chairman of the lunch-
The Anti-Defamation League of
B'nai B'rith announces the avail-
ability of sets of films and lxx>ks
on the Soviet Union and the sit-
uation of Soviet Jewry, for use in
school classrooms and adult edu-
cation programs.
Hadassali Marks
60th Anniversary
NEW YORK (WN.Si At its
annual Mid-Winter Conference the
National Board of Hadassah an-
nounced it had voted SI million
to establish a Department of clin-
ical Pharmacology at the Hadas-
sah Hebrew University Medical
Center in Kin Karem, Jerusalem.
The new department will central-
ize testing, teaching and research
on humans. At the School of
Pharmacology, researchers work
with animals.
The National Board also voted
to set up a blood bank to provide
fractions (red or white cells) as
well as whole blood. When blood
is fractioned one pint can often
serve three or four patients.
The conference marked the or-
ganization's 60th anniversary.
Pen Women Hear Poetry
Florida State Poetry Chairman
Ruby Fogel (Mrs. Jack Levkoff)
will preside over the National
League of American Pen Women
Celebrity Breakfast at noon Fri-
day. March 17, in the Miami Wom-
en's Club. Guest s|>eaker for the
event is iKX't and novelist Gilbert
Maxwell. Mrs. Levkoff will read
selections from her books, "Of
Apes And Angels," and from her
collection of Jewish holiday poetry,
"Poems In Celebration."
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Called "Package Program on j
Soviet Jewry," the sets include
two films, Soviets Jews: A Culture
In Peril, and Let My People Go,
and two publications. Perspectives '
on Soviet Jewry and Freedom vs. '
Communism.
Interested persona or organize- i
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eon and of the journal committee.
Her cochairmen are Mrs. Louis
Sussman and Mrs. Howard Tohin.
George Kimmel served as journal
chairman for the men's organiza-
tion.
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You are invited to a...
FREEDOM RALLY
FOR
SOVIET JEWRY
This Saturday Night-8:15 P.M. ^
CONGREGATION KNESETH ISRAEL
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MAIN SPEAKER
SENATOR
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of Minnesota
OTHER PARTICIPANTS WILL INCLUDE
MAYOR DAVID KENNEDY
of Miami
JEFF FELTMAN
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Jewish Youth Council
DAVID LUCHINS
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SuutliKiitt- Has u Bris: When a
son was born recently to a de-
voted employee. Southgate's Wom-
en's Club decided to take care of
all the arrangements for the Bris.
The Terrace Room at South-
gate was the scene for the Bris of
the son of Michael and Lilly
Abramovici; Cantor William W.
Lipson performed the ceremony to
the delight of many "grandma's
and grandpa's." Frank Levitas
was honored by being selected as
"Godfather."
The committee responsible for
the success of the unique affair
included Helen Breecher. Bea
Goldberg. Rose Homelsky and Fay
Staub. The ladies presented the
young couple with a substantial
check representing contributions
from the more than 175 persons
in attendance, and the delicious
refreshments were enjoyed by all.
H *T *
Another Brta: Not their first,
but just as exciting, Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Toppei: of Miami and Atlan-
ta are bursting with pride of the
arrival of their third grandchild.
Phillip Samuel, the first-born of
Dorothy (nee Toppell) and Stan
Ramati, of Birmingham, Ala., ar-
rived on Jan. 30. Rabbi Moshe
Stern officiated at the Bris, which
was performed by Rev. Akiva Os-
trowsky. The Toppeli's other de-
lights are Scott, age 3, and Bren-
na, age 1, children of Dr. and Mrs.
Ken Toppell. Daughter Cinty and
her husband, Murray Brott, re-
cently celebrated their first wed-
ding anniversary.
ft t:
Bliss: For the 35th consecutive
year, Florence and Mike Baskin
gave a cocktail party to celebrate
their wedding anniversary on Feb.
20. This year, 100 friends and re-
latives helped the Baskins mark
35 years of wedded bliss at the
gala affair held in their Coral
Gables home.
fr & &
More Bliss: Forty years of
wedded bliss were celebrated by
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Kogan, 4465
Adams Ave., Miami Beach, on
Feb. 21, at an anniversary party
in their honor
given by their
children, Mr. &
Mrs. Gerald Ko-
gan and Stephan
Jay Kogan, and
Mi's. K o g a n's
father, Isidor
Weinstein. The
Kogans have
been residents
of Miami Beach
for the past 25
years and are
the proud grand-
Judy Stern To Marry
Myron Gm ell In June
Kabbi and Mrs. Tibor H. Stern,
3606 Flamingo Dr.. Miami Beach,
announce the engagement of their
daughter Judy Jacqueline, to My-
ron Gurell. son of Mrs. Martin
Gurell of the Bronx, N.Y.
Miss Stern is a senior at Stern
College for Women. New York;
her fiance, a graduate of the Ye-
shiva University, is presently
studying for his Masters degree at
Bernard Baruch Graduate School
of Business.
A June wedding is planned in
Miami Beach.
The Kagant
Deborah Mcnakcr
Menakers Announcing
Deborah's Engagement
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Menaker,
2498 Prarie Ave.,
Miami Beach.
announce the
engagement of
their daughter,
Deborah to
Steven E. Magid.
son of Mr. and
Mrs. Martin
Magid of Great
Neck, L.I., N.Y.
Deborah
graduated P hi
Beta Kappa
fromVassar
College with a B.A. degree in Art
History. Her fiance received his
B.A. degree from Syracuse Uni-
versity and earned his Law degree
from Fordham University. A June
wedding is planned.
Sisterhood's 32nd
Anniversary Event
The Sisterhood of Temple
Emanu-El will hold its 32nd An-
niversary Luncheon Wednesday at
noon in the Friedland Ballroom,
according to Mrs. Al Podvin,
president.
Highlight of the event win be
a musical extravaganza entitled
"Joseph and the Amazing Techni-
color Dreamcoat" presented by
the Temple Players Barbara Bes-
sey, Laurel Kimball, Hope Pomer-
ance, Terri Blum, Lydia Goldring
and Davida Levy, and directed by
Trixie Levin.
Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual
leader of the congregation, will
greet the Sisterhood members and
their guests. Mrs. Benjamin Beloff
is luncheon chairman; Mrs. Irving
Cypen is patron chairman: Mrs.
Elliott Harris is hostess chairman,
and Mrs. Max Dinisman. gifts
chairman.
Reservations are now being ac-
cepted for Sisterhood members and
their guests at the temple office.
parents of three.
Out-of-towners helping to cele-
brate were Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Kogan, Mrs. Edith Fruchs, Mr.
and Mrs. Daniel Weinstein and
Miss Min Cooper.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Levenson of j
Norfolk, Va. announce the engage- j
ment of their daughter, Heleen, I
to Mark Weber, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Weber of Atlanta,
Ga.
Mr. Weber is the grandson of
Mrs. Louis Shaft of Miami.
d -to ft
Celebrating: Sandy, the daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Black- j
man, will be guest of honor at a
luncheon in the Sheraton Four
Ambassador Saturday hosted by
Mrs. Reva Rachlin and Mrs. Max
Deakter. Sandy's fiance, Sam
Goldstein of South Miami, her
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Reu-
ben Blackman (who will be cele-
brating their 55th wedding anni-
versary Sunday) and Sam's grand-
mothers, Mrs. Becky Goldstein
and Mrs. Harry Surloff, will be
special guests at the gala event.
Sandy and Sam will be married
June 12 in Temple Judea, Coral
Gables.
JUDY STtRH
Hillel Day School Plans
Auction Sunday Evening
Hillel Community Day School is
making last-minute preparations
for Sunday's auction at Beth Torah
Congregation, North Mia.ni Beach.
Merchandise of all kinds will be
available; Harold Cobb will serve
as auctioneer.
Mrs. Irving Kuttler is serving as
chairman of the event, which gets
under way at 7:30 p.m. Persons
wishing to donate saleable items
may bring them to the school, 1725
Monroe St.. Hollywood, or call Ben
Genad to arrange for them to be
picked up.
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Sergiu Luca Signed As Soloist
For Academy Dedication Concert
Sergiu Luca. one of the State of Luca's acceptance. The program
Israel's most brilliant violinists, will benefit the building fund for
has signed as the soloist for the the new junior and senior high
April 13 Dedication Concert of the school building of t he Hebrew
Greater Miami Hebrew Academy Academy now under construction
in the Miami Beach Auditorium. -*acroS8"tWrfl file main camrms of
the Miami Beach school at 24th
A reception at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Mishcon
launched plans for the April 8 Scholarship Ball of the Lehr-
man Day School of Temple Emanu-El. Principals at the after-
noon party included Mrs. Mishcon, (left) Leonard Zilbert,
general chairman of the dinner-dance, Mrs. Zilbert and Mrs.
Stephen Corner.
Key Leaders Named
For Scholarship Ball
Three of the South Florida Jew-
ish community's foremost leaders
this weeke were named honorary
chairmen of the annual Scholar-
ship Ball of the Lehrman Day
School, scheduled April 22 in the
Friedland Ballroom of Temple
Emanu-El.
Samuel N. Friedland, chairman
it tho board of the Miami Beach
congregation; Harry Pearlman.
past president of Temple F.'manu-
El; and Matthew Rosenhaus. a
founder of the Lehrman Day
School, were designed as honorary
chairmen in recognition of their
services and contributions to the
M-liool.
Announcement of their appoint-
ments was made by Leonard Zil-
bert, general chairman of the
$125 a couple, black-tie dinner-
dance, and by Judge Herbert S.
Shapiro, synagogue president.
Mr. Zilbert also said that Irving
Cowan, Stephen Muss and Robert
Blum, who have been named to
an advisory council of past chair-
men of the Scholarship Ball, "have
succeeded in making this event
one of the social highlights of the
entire community calendar within
four years."
Proceeds from the Scholarship
Ball go towards providing full or
partial scholarships for more than
half of the Lehrman Day School's
students, according to Dr. Irving
Lehrman. rabbi of Temple Kmanu-
I'.'l in whose honor the school is
named.
Mr. Friedland, who served for
many years as president of Tem-
ple Emanu-El, is president of Mt.
Sinai Hospital and Medical Cen-
ter and a national leader of the
Synagogue Council of America.
Jewish Theological Seminary of
' America and State of Israel Bonds.
Mr. Pearlman, who is one of the
contributors of a i>erennial schol-
arship to the Lehrman Day School,
1 is a former chairman of the United
I Jewish Appeal's key paper trade
! division and active in numerous
| other educational and philanthrop-
i ic organizations.
Mr. Rosenhaus also provides a
; perpetual scholarship for the Con-
i servative day school, and is a na-
tional leader of such organizations
' as the Albert Kinstein College of
' Medicine of Yeshiva University.
He helped organize the medical
school 20 years ago.
Arthur Fiedler, who will con-
duct the entire Greater Miami
Philharmonic orchestra for the
Dedication Concert, announced Mr.
Kahane, Seven JDL Leaders
Ask Permit To Visit Russia
WASHINGTON, DC. (JTA)
Rabbi Meir Kahane, who has
been agitating for the right of
Jews to get out of Russia, is now
trying to get himself and seven
other Jewish Defense League
leaders into that country. So far,
he has been denied an entry
visa, however.
The militant Jewish leader
told newsmen his group wanted
to visit the Soviet Union from
April 14 to May] 7 to conduct a
"fact-finding mission." He com-
pared his proposed trip to Pres-
ident Nixon's recent visit to
China and said he wanted to
show the Soviets "the way to
peace is through talks."
UAHC Vice President To
Suceed Dr. Eisendrath
By S|MM'iul Report
NEW YORKRabbi Maurice N.
Eisendrath, president of the Union
of American Hebrew Congrega-
tions ..ince 1943. the synagogue
body representing Reform Judaism
in North America, will retire in
the fall of 1973. The date coin-
cides with the 100th anniversary
observance of the UAHC.
Sidney I. Cole, Chicago chair
man of the Union's Board of Trus-
tees, said the organization's execu-
tive committee has recommended
to the Board of Trustees that Rab-
bi Alexander M. Schindler succeed
Rabbi Eisendrath. The Board has
the authority to designate the new
UAHC president.
Rabbi Schindler was named as
the UAHC's vice president in 1967
and has been with the organiza-
tion since 1959.
Upon his retirement. Rabbi Kis-
endrath will have completed 30
years as the Union's president.
The executive board selection of
Rabbi Schindler was forwarded to
the trustees" and leadership of the
UAHC'^ 700 member synagogues
jn the United States and Canada.
In part the statement said:
"Meeting in executive seesion,
Iho Executive OommMtee unan-
imously recommended to the
Board of Trustees, which alone
has the power to elect the pres-
ident of the UAHC. that Rabbi
Schindler l>e elected to this posl
at its next meeting which will take
place June 11, 1972, in New Korii
City.
"In addition, the Executive Com-
mittee recommended to the Be,aid-
that, upon his retirement, Rabbi
Eisendrath will be designated pres-
ident emeritus in recognition of
30 years of extraordinary dedica-
tion and leadership not only to the
Reform Jewish movement but to
the entire household of Israel and
the family of mankind itself."
Dr. Currie Keynote Speaker
At AMCD Chapter Luncheon
Dr. Clyde Currie, chairman of
the Regis College Department of
Eiology, Denver, Colo., was to be
the keynote speaker at Thursday's
luncheon meeting of the five local
chapters of the American Medical
Center at Denver in the Carillon
Hotel.
Volunteers and their guests
from the Miami, Miami Beach and
Coral Gables chapters, which have
raised more than $200,000 for the
! Center during the past two years,
were to hear Dr. Currie explain
the work of the Center's Tumor
Angiogenesis Laboratory, where
he is the director, and see slides
on other research work being done
there.
Concert Art'rst Featured
Concert and stage artist Betty
Randell and her accompanist, Aida
Yaslo. will be featured at the an-
nual donor luncheon held by the
! Incoln-Miami Beach Chapter of
the Women's League for Israel
Wednesday noon in the Cotillion
Room of the Eden Roc Hotel,
(haii man Frances Resnick is han-
dling reservations, according to
Del In son, president.
Smith To Present Film
Jack Smith, president of the
Lions Club Eye Bank, will present
Terrace and Pine Tree Drive.
Mr. Luca, born in Bucharest,
moved with his family to Israel,
and at the age of 13 was sent to
Europe to develop his talent. It
was at the Lucerne Festival that
Isaac Stern heard the young viol-
inist and recommended him to
Ivan Galamian at the Curtis In-
stitute of Music.
Since then he has been Mr.
Stern's foremost protege, graduat-
ing from Curtis in 1966 and reach-
ing the finals of the Leventritt
International Competition. He has
toured widely in Europe and Israel
and appeared with many of the
world's leading symphony orches-
tras as soloist. "It is a tribute to
the Hebrew Academy that Mr.'
Fiedler and Mr. Luca will appear
at our Dedication Concert," pres-
ident Irv ing Firtel said.
Tickets for the event largest
cultural undertaking in the his-
tory of the Greater Miami Hebrew
Academymay be secured at the
Academy office, all Jordan Marsh
stores or at Allegro Music Shop
in Coral Gables.
siKc.ii LUCA
A Dedication Dinner honoring
the film, "The Circle of Light, >liami Beach commuitv |oa,lor
narrated by newscaster Ralph Re-
nick, at the meeting of the Rhode
Island Club of Greater Miami Sun-
day at 7 p.m. in the auditorium
of the Washington Federal Bldg.,
1234 Washington Ave.
Herman L. Shaw April l(i will
climax week-long activities dedi-
cating tne new school building, ac-
cording to Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross, principal of the Souths
largest Hebrew day school.
Rabbi Landau To Attend
March 13-16 Convention
Rabbi Sol Landau, president of
the Southeast Region of the Rab-
binical Assembly, and other re-
f/ional presidents will hold three-
day convention at the Concord
Hotel, Kiamesha Lake, N.Y.. be-
ginning Monday.
Principal guest si>eaker will be
Dr. Gerson D. Cohen, who recent-
ly was named Chief Executive Of-
ficer of the Jewish Theological
Seminary, and will succeed Dr.
Louis Finkelstein as head of the
Seminary. Dr. Cohen will deliver
the major address at the conven-
tion banquet. His subject will be
"Directions tor Conservative Ju-
clasim in the Next Quarter Cen-
tury."
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Eva (Mrs. Meyer) Don, president of the Mount Sinai Medical
Center Auxiliary, donates the first pint of blood to the orga-
nization's new account with the center's Blook Bank. Friend.'y
kibbitzers aie Dr. Arkadi Rywlin, Mount Sinai's chief of
pathology, and Rosalie (Mrs. Theodore) Pincus, Auxiliary
vice president.
Mt. Sinai Auxiliary
Is 'Out For Blood'
The Mount Sinai Auxiliary is
out for blood!
Mrs. Meyer Don. president of
the organization, said a new ac-
count has been opened with the
Medical Center's Blood Bank to
which all members are being en-
couraged to donate. In return,
tlrosc who do will receive credit
toward any future need which may
arise for themselves or their im-
mediate families.
(In keeping with standard pol-
icy, persons are permitted to do-
nate up to their 68th birthday.
Those past that aue, or who are
unabM to donate for medical rea-
sons, may establish credits in the
account throilgh blood units given
by substitute donors.)
Mrs. Don herself made the first
deposit to the account on Feb. 28.
To further underscore the vital
[need for continuous procurement
1
To those who expressed their sympathy
in so many beautiful and practical ways
during our recent bereavement, we extend
our heartfelt thanks.
THE FAMILY OF THE LATE
ETTA WESTIN
JWYA Donor Affair Set
The annual donor affair of the
West .Miami Jewish War Veterans
Auxiliary No, 22:; will i>e held Sat
urday at 7 p.m. in the Deauvilk
Hotel. Miami Beach, Members am
guests will attend the .IXum illc
Star Theatre featuring Milton
Betle. Kydie Gorme and Steve
Lawrence. For reservations and
information, contact Shirlej Acht-
man.
'Oklahoma' At B'nai Raphael
The Theatre Gu'ld of Oonerc-
gation B'nai R a p h a e I is pre-
senting two performances of Rod-
gera and Hammerstein's musical
"Oklahoma" at the temple, 1401
NW 183rd St., this weekend. Both
the Saturday and Sunday cveninp
shows have an :.".o p.m. curtain
time. I
Bar-llan To Perform
, kets :ire available at the temple
.,, office, according to Judy Drucker,
Israel, pianist Davu, Bar-Ila.. chairman lh(. Clllturill aml Kjr.
will appear m concert as part of An- Committee which eponsoni
the C.nal Ail:, is Srrie-; of Tem-
ple Beth Sholom, -11-11 Chase Avc
1 lie series. Cochairmen are Eli
Kal/in. .lames S. Knopke, Mrs
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and storage of blood, the Auxiliary
also has donated a new blood-
I'ree/inn unit to Mount Sinai. The
machine, to be purchased in con-
junction with expansion of the
Blood Bank slated for this sum-
mer, will enable the medical cen-
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for unlimited periods of time. This
will assure access to immediate
supply in case of emergency or
disaster, and allow certain types
j of rare blood, not always attain-
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Dr. Jack Lubin, chief of Mounl
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hepatitis transmitted through
blood transfusions.
THE ALWEISS FAMILY
express their deep regret and heartfelt sorrow
at the passing of their dear friend
CHARLES FIDELMAN
No man was ever loved or respected more than
he. Our heartfelt sympathy to his children
and their families.
May his dear soul rest in everlasting peace.
Aaron Artie Kravitz
What does a man
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WITH MY ELBOW ON THE DESK AND THE PALM OF MY
HAND SUPPORTING MY CHEEK I PONDER -
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Friday, March 10, 1972
Aliyah Luncheons Accent
Local Groups' Functions
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Youth Ali>ah luncheons high-
bght this week's list of activities
for many local Hadassah Groups.
Hanna Seoesrh Gronp will have
its Youth Aliyah luncheon at
noon Thursday. March 16. in the
Algiers Hotel Guest speaker will
be Mrs. William K. Dorfman, Na-
tional Hadassah fundraising Youth
Aliyah Coordinator; entertain-
ment will be provided by Gil Mar.
Chairman of the day is Mrs. Lil-
lian Baron with Mrs. Jack Kunis
presiding.
Fort* Towers Group will meet
on Monday at 1 p.m. in the audit-
orium of the 1200 West Avenue
Blrlg EHrtda Soiis Cohen will tell
the story 'Two Dreamers in Is-
rael" and the film "With These
Children" will be shown. Presiding
is Mrs. Pauline Lessem.
Forte Tower* Group will spon-
sor a Youth Aliyah luncheon
Tuesday noon in the Cotillion
Room of the Eden Roc Hotel. "Six
Decades of Hadassah" will be nar-
rated by Mrs. Emanuel Mentz
with Dorothy Mondres and pian-
ist Sadye Paden providing enter-
tainment. Frances Perlmutter and
Jennie Gittleman are chairmen of
the day; Mrs. Pauline Lessem will
preside.
Krnanah Group will hold a Youth
Aliyah luncheon Monday at 11:30
a.m. in the home of Mrs. Jay Der-
mer. Cantor Sol Breeh of Temple
Beth Raphael will entertain with
songs in observance of Jewish Mus-
ic Month. Chairman of the day
will be Mrs. Sol Breeh with Mrs.
Manny Temkin presiding.
Emma Lazarus Group will hold
a luncheon meeting Monday noon
in the Holiday Inn. 8701 Collins
Ave. Entertainment will follow the
meeting with Mrs. Henrietta Fine
presiding.
Ksthir Group will hold a Youth
Aliyah luncheon Monday noon in
the Cadillac Hotel, 3925 Collins
Ave. Guests speaker is Mrs. Bar-
nett Baron of the Miami Beach
Chapter; accordionist Frances
Hirschkof will entertain. A Queen
Esther will be chosen. Presiding
is Mrs. Louis Landy.
Stephen S. Wtae Group is spon-
soring a Youth Aliyah luncheon at
noon Monday in the Cotillion
Room of the Eden Roc Hotel.
Scheduled guest speaker is Mrs.
Debbie Wernick. past president of
the Miami Beach Chapter; enter-
tainment will be by Patricia Gayle
with Mrs. Sam Schiffman as chair-
man of the day and Mrs. Gertrude
Sosna presiding.
Henrietta Szold Group will hold
a luncheon meeting on Monday
noon in the Algiers Hotel. Seven
past presidents will be honored
with Mrs. Hannah Friedman pre-
siding.
Kadlmah Group is sponsoring a
Youth Aliyah luncheon Monday in
the Doral Hotel. Cochairmen of
the day are Mrs. Abraham Jaffee
and Mrs. Lawrence Lipki; Mrs.
, Louis Neleber will preside.
Shalotna Group will hold a
luncheon meeting Tuesday noon
in the Algiers Hotel. Guest speak-
er is Sylvia Kurland. area vice
: president of the Miami Beach
| Chapter. Mrs. Ann Stone will pre-
| side.
Bay Harbor Group will have a
luncheon meeting Monday at 11:30
a.m. in the Balmoral Hotel. Rabbi
Henry Jolt, associate rabbi of
! Temple Beth Sholom. will speak
I on "Weapons for Survival"; Mrs.
I Solomon Margolis is presiding.
Lincoln Group will meet Mon-
I day at 12:30 p.m. in the 100 Lin-
; coin Road Club Room. Entertain-
ment will be provided Irene David.
Ann Levy is presiding officer.
Isntrli Group will hold a noon
luncheon meeting Monday in the
Algiers Hotel. Mrs. Henrietta Bo-
lotin will preside.
Triton Toweni Group will have
a luncheon meeting Thursday.
March 16, at noon in the Algiers
Hotel. Presiding will be Mrs. Mor-
ris Winawer.
~ .._________,_________,.-----------------------------1--------------------------------.
Saniord Solender, executive
vice president of the Feaera-
tion of Jewish Philanthropies
of New York, has been named
winner of the 1972 Florence
G. Heller Professional Award
of the National Jewish Wel-
fare Board. The award will be
presented to Mr. Solender at
the banquet of JWB's National
Biennial Convention Saturday
night, April 15, in Atlanta, Ga.
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PAUL GOLDSTEIN
Paul, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Gerald Goldstein, will be called to
the Torah as a Bar Mitzvah Satur-
day morning, March 11, at Beth
Torah Congregation.
Paul, a student in the fifth grade
at Beth Torah's Harold Wolk Reli-
gious School, attends John F. Ken-
nedy Junior High School, where
he is in an accelerated math class.
Mr. and Mrs. Goldstein will
sponsor the Kiddush following the
services in honor of the occasion.
6 6 *
WAYNE SAVAGE
Saturday morning, March 11.
Wayne Mitchell, the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Alvin Savage, will be
Bar Mitzvah at Temple Ner Ta-
mid.
Wayne, a student at Nautilus
Junior High School and Ner Ta-
mid Religious School, is on the
football team.
A Kiddush will be held follow-
ing the services and a reception
in Wayne's honor will be hosted
by the Savages in their home. Out-
of-town guests will include Mr.
and Mrs. Craig Savage, his brother
and sister-in-law, of Tampa, and
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Mitchell, his
aunt and uncle from Philadelphia,
Pa.
Cr -Cr -Cr
JEFFREY SCHL'LMAN
Jeffrey David, the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Howard Schulman, will
become a Bar Mitzvah at Temple
Menorah, Saturday, March 11.
Jeffrey, a seventh grade student
at North Miami Junior High
School. is a member of the photo-
graphy club.
There will be a reception and
dinner-dance in Jeffrey's honor at
the Doral Beach Hotel.
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Happenings
Cantor Max Leihowitz, father
of singing star Steve Lawrence,
will be the cantor for the Pass-
over services at the London
Arms Hotel, Miami Beach. His
appearance at the hotel, which
Ls operated on a strictly kosher
basis for its guests, was ar-
ranged by Richard Steinberg,
owner-manager. The hotel is lo-
cated at 727 Collins Ave.
ir it ir
Sol Frankel, president of
--Pershing Auto Leasing. Inc..
Miami Beach, recently announ-
ced that Pershing has become
an authorized dealer for Ryder
Truck Rentals. The dealership
arrangement further expands
Pershing's business philosophy
of full consumer service.
Cr ir ir
Robert S. Hamburg and Leo
3. Imm served as cochairmen
of a recent South Florida recep-
tion honoring John Gardner,
president of "Cimmon Cause"
The former Secretary of Health,
Education and Welfare heads an
organization of 250,000 members
which seeks a re-ordering of na-
tional priorities through govern-
mental processes.
Cr -Cr -ir
Animal trainer Tarzun Zer-
l.ini will head the aggregation
of animal acts featured in the
Mahi Temple's five-day Shrine
Circus beginning Wednesday at
Tropical Park Race Track. A
native of Algeria, Mr. Zerbini
has developed his own serio-
comic routines with the world's
largest group of performing cats
Retired Group To Meet
Local 1199 of the Retired Mem-
bers Florida Group will meet
Thursday, March 16. at 1 p.m. in
the American Savings Auditorium,
1200 Lincoln Rd., according to Ben
Cohen, president. There will be a
lecture, followed by entertainment
and refreshments.
12 Berber lions and four Royal
Bengal tigers.
Cr -Cr ir
John Parentl, long-time inter-
national group tour developer
who retired last August, has
joined Ambassador Travel, Inc.,
operator of the Burdine's Travel
Bureaus; he will help expand
Ambassador's FIT Group and
Operations division.
The appointment of Steven H.
Morrison, 26, as director of B'nai
B'rith's new department oi
young leadership has been an-
nounced. Mr. Morrison, who
joined the B'nai B'rith executive
staff as its youngest member
four years ago, has been serv-
ing as director of programs and
leadership development in B'nai
B'rith District 6, headquartered
in Chicago.
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ida# March 10. 1972
+Jenisti ncridlcrt
Page 11-B
Pfttal Officials
Investigate
liled Forgeries
iW YORK (JiA) The
Daily Forward has asked
[postal authorities to investi-
rcccnt mailings to Jewish
rogations and community
6rs all over the country of
td documents and Forward
rhcads containing an attack
Israel for its alleged perrecu-
of Orthodox Jews.
he mailings also contained a
",ct, purportedly prepared by
Forward Association Inc.,
llishcrs of the Yiddish Daily,
Ich calls Israel "a disgrace
t>ng the nations" and displays a
[wing of an Israeli policeman,
pled "Israeli Gestapo" clubbing
kearded figure labeled "Oitho-
: Jew.-'
Simon Weber, editor of the For-
\w\, told the Jewish Telegraphic
pney that "some of the leaders
rabbis of the various syna-
Kties that received the forged
cuments have been inquiring, as
the meaning of the Forward
Mige of policy.' "
'orward columnist Dr. Judah
[Shapiro believes the source of
forged mailings to be follow-
of the Satmarer Rebbe, leader
|a Hassidi: sect in the Williams-
fg section of Brooklyn which
Hies the legitimacy of Israel's
Igtcnce on religious grounds.
Hie letter, dated Feb. 8, 1972.
Sports to be a Forward cndt.rse-
nt of complaints by the Luba-
Iher Ri'bbe against alleged mis-
fealmcnt of religious Jews in
iel. The forged lettorhoa"' does
correspond to the actual For-
wfciM letterhead. The typed sig-
Oiiture is "Shimon Weber." The
wit ten one is illegible and the
|ter contains a number of mis-
s-Hint's of simple words.
LEGAL NOTICE
tUSSACK
nrtitn, til) of Miami Beach passed
|way Wednesday, ("nine here In
from SI. Louis. He nvl Ininio-
nte past president ni the Miani.
each Board of Realtors and n
ember since IM4, Endowed schol-
ships for needy students, chair-
111 of Realtors/ Division rf Ihe
|A campaign and n member of
t > 11 i Israel. Survived by widow,
Louis. Russack. daughter Mrs.
aney R. Lorber, granddaughters
ny and lva, all of Miami Reach.
a brother Bernard. Graveside
Irviees were held at Temnlc Israel
enielcry. Arrangements by Rlver-
t<\. Memorial Chapel issn Alton lid.,
Ilanil Beach. In lieu of flowers,
ase contribute to your favorite
arity.
|THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA--IN PROBATE
No. 72-1070
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IE: Estate of
-IAN AGNES CALl.AHAN
pceased.
VII Creditors and All Persona Hav-
IClalma or Demands Against Bald
Re:
ou are hereby notified and re-
ed in present any claims and de-
which you may have against
le.stu.te. of l.li.l.IA.N AGNES CAL-
"IAN deceased laic of Dade Coun-
|Florida, to the County Judges ol
e County, and file the same in
Ilcato and as provided in Section
lli, Florida Statutes, in their officer
tin- Coumy Courthouse in Dade
My, Florida, within six calendar
(ths from tile time of the first
lliain.n hereof, or the same
arred.
Ited at Miami, Florida, this
[of March. AD. 1972.
AGNES LEWIS
DOROTHY TBMME
OATH ERIN E 1.1N EM a X
As Executrixes
First publication of this notice on
the I nth day of March. 1971
Herman Cohen
Attorney for Kxecutrixes
1310-U Congress Bldg., Miami, Fla.
1/10-17-24-11
will
8th
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA.-IN PROBATE
No. 72.82*
NOTICE TO CriEDITORS
In UK: Estate of
EJJ.VA WEISZ
Deceased.
To All Creditors anil All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Batata:
You are hereby notified and re- '
enured lu present any Claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of EDNA WEISZ deceased
late of Dade County, Florida, lo the
County Judges nf 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
ihe iime of ihe first publication here-
of, or ihe same will be barred.
Duled at Miami, Florida, this 1st
day ni" .March, A.D. 1972.
WENDELL J. WEISZ
As Executor
First publication of lliis notice on
the Hi day of March. 1972.
Bernard .\1. Kommel, Esq.
Ki.linn. i. Rogers, Lorber &
Sheiikman
Attorney for Executor
I::" Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla.
8/10-17-24-81
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA--IN PROBATE
No. 72-1199
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estale of
JOHN SEitltl.N" a/k/u N. Joint
Serbln, a/k/a Nathan J. >.i......
1 li'ceaseii.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Denial ids Against Said
Estate:
lim are hereby notified and re-
lUired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of JOHN SKUIilN a/k/u
N. John Berbln, a/k/a Nathan J.
Serbln, deceased late of Dade Coun-
ty, Kim-Ida. to Ihe County Judges 01
Dade County, and file the same In
duplicate and as provided in section
733.lt! Florida Statutes, in their of-
fices in the County Courthouse In
Dade County, Florida, within six cal-
endar mouths from the time ot the
first publication hercn. of the same
will be barred.
Paled at Miami, Florida, this li day
of March. AD. 1972.
GEORGIAN SERIit.N
LEWIS 1. Sl-.KMIN
As Executors
First publication of tnis notice on
the 1" day of Marcn, 197'-'.
Myers. Kaplan. Porter, Levlnson &
K> niii
Attorneys for Executors
1150 S. W. First Street
Miami. Florida
3 10-17-24-31
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
72-4961
SUIT FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
IN HE: The .Marriage of
JOHN ALTON POWE1.I..
Husband,
DONNA AP.RAMS POWELL.
Wife.
TO: JOHN ALTON POWELL
P.O. Box 3s"
Naples, New York 14672
You, JOHN ALTON POWELL, are
hereby notified that a Petition for
Dissolution of Marriage has been filed
against you, and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Petition on the Plain-
tiffs attorney, KWITNEY & KROOP,
420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Flor-
ida Mill and file the original Answer
or Pleading In the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
12 day of April. 11*72. If you fail to
do so. judgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded In the Bill of Complaint,
Tins notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH PTORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this S day of March A.D.
1972.
E It I.EATHERMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court. Dude County, Florida
By: 1 SVI-'EDEN
Deputy Clerk
Circuit Court Senlt
KWITNEY & KROOP
4:' 1 Incoln Road
Miami Reach. Florida 23139
Attorneys for Plaintiff
3/10-17-21-31
LEGAL NOTICI
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA- IN PROBATE
No. 72-885 FRANK B. DOWLING
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
MARY IIERNADINF. STCMPF
I leceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims' or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You ar her**^notlfmlu-*tii***s
quired to present any claims and de-
mil mis which you may have against
Ihe estate of Mary Kcrnaillnc Souillpi
deceased late ol Dade County, Flor-
ida, to ihe County Judges of tmue
County, ami file the same in duplicate
and as provided in Section :. lO,
Florida Statutes, in their offices in
the County Courthouse in Dade coun-
ty, Florida. within six calendar
months from the time of tin- first
publication hereof, or the sain, will
be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, niis 2 day
of March. A.I). 1972,
Virginia Gndslnskl
As Executrix
First publloath.....f this notice -.u the
III day of March. 1972.
David M. Oarnshak, Esq.
Attorney for Executrix
1497 N.W. 7th Street
Miami. Florida 3312".
3/10-17-24-31
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA.-IN PROBATE
No. 72-1140 Primm
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
REUBEN M. BICKER
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 REUBEN M. ZUCKBR
deceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to ihe County Judge- ot Dade County,
and file the same in duplicate and as
provided In Section 733. IS. Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse In I lade County. Flor-
ida, within six calendar moi'ns f-'-m
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will be barred,
Dated at .Miami. Florida, this j day
ol' March. A.I) I97S.
N.\i i.MI s. ZUCKBR
As Executrix
First publication of ihls notlct.....
Ihe 111 day of March. 1072
FROMBERO, FROMBERO &
ROTH. PA
BY: l/YNN W. PROMBERG
Attorney for Executrix
M-102 I'-isenvne Huildiiig
19 Wesl Flnglcr SI reel
Miami. Florida 32180
3 10-17-24-31
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA--IN PROBATE
No. 72-790
Judge John R. Blanton
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
la RE: Estate Of ISIDORE GEI.HFISH
a/k'a ISIDOR GELBF1SH
Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
late:
ou are hereby notified and re-
red to present any claims and de-
ads which you may have against
estate or ISIDORE GEI-HFI8H,
isidor gei.isfish. deceased
of Dade County, Florida, to the
duly Jude,.: of I >Mde County, and
i- Ihe same in duplicate and as mo-
id, il in Section 733.lli. Florida Stat-
ics, in their offices in Ihe Count)
nurthouse In Dade County, Florida,
iiliin si\ calendar months from the
Ime of the nisi publication hereof,
P Ihe same n ill In barn ii
Haled at Miami, Florida, this II lb
play of February, A D. 1972
S/Murray Walker
MURRAY WAI.KEK
As Administrator
First publication of ibis notice on
Ihe III day of March. 1H72.
Harry Zukernlck
Attorney for Administrator
H2n Lincoln Road
[.Miami Beach. Florida ??t!>
3/10-17-24-31
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY. NO. 72-4930
SUIT FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF:
,|oFrH RAMIREZ,
Husband,
and
CUBA RUTH RAMIREZ.
Wife.
TO: JOSEPH RAMIREZ
Apartado 959
San Jose, Costa Rioa
You, JOSEPH RAMIREZ, are
hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for Dissolution of >i'i"-ifii.
has been filed against you. and you
are required to serve a cony of your
Answer or Pleading to the Bill of
Complaint on the Plaintiff's attor-
ney, John Kirk McDonald, 274" Ponce
de l.eon, Blvd., Coral Cables. Flor-
ida and file the original Answer or
Pleading In the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
21 day of April. 1971 If you fall to
do so. Judgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded in the Bill of Conmlaini.
This police shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH Ft ORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this S day of March A.D,
1972,
E R I EATHERM.XN Cln-U
circuit Court, Dade County Florida
By: I.. S. DePIETRo
Deoulv Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
John Kirk McDonald
71" Ponce de l.eon Blvd.
Coral Cables. Fla. 33134
Attorney for Plaintiff
8/10-17-24-31
PRELIMINARY CERTIFICATE
OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA
TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRES-
ENTS SUM.I. COME CREETIMiS:
Whereas, JACK C. OER, .Miami.
Florida; CHARI ES E. NADI KR, Mi-
ami Florida: lilADYS SI'AIIKM-W.
Miami. Florida, did on the 23rd day
*#*Sepli.rntv*r.' 'A l. I93S cause to bl
incorporated under tbe laws of the
State of Florida N'ADGER REALTY
CO. a corporation, uiiii it- principa'
Place of business at Miami. Dad.
County in the stale ol Florida, i.....
whereas such corporation did on the
1st day of March, AD. 1972, cause ti
be filed ill the office of llle Deparl-
nieni of siale of the State of Florida.
Hi. documentary authority required
under Section 808.27 Florida Statutes,
showing the dissolution of such cor-
poral Ion.
Now. therefore, the Secretary of
siaie does hereby certify to the fore-
going ami that be is satisfied thai
in. renulroment* of the law have
ben compiled with.
IN WITNESS WHERE-
OF, I have hereunto set
my hand and have af-
fixed ibe Great Seal of
the state of Florida, al
Tallahassee, the Capital,
this the First day "f
March, A D. 1972
RICHARD (DICK) STONE
Secretary of state
CHARLES GERTLER, ESQ.
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Fla 13139
3/10-17-24-31
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
OF BULK TRANSFER
A hulk transfer under Article 6 of
the Uniform Commercial Code will
la- made on or after March 26, 1972,
between John Castaldo d/b/n la Casa
Maryland Crab House. Transferor,
whose business address is 12'i2T, West
Dixie Highway, North Miami, Flor-
ida anil Donald and Mary Rahlckl,
Transferee, whose business address is
n.....
During Ihe three years lasi
pasl llu- Transferor, so far as is
known to the Transferee, has had
the following business names ami ad-
Hi', sses in addition to ihe address
which appears with bis name above:
I.a Casa Seafood Restaurant;
at the same address.
Debts of tbe Transferor will
be paid in full as they fall due as the
result of this transfer. Creditors of
Ihe Transferor should file their claims
wiih John Castaldo at c l. Casa
Maryland Crab House on or before
March 2.".. IB72.
Hal..I ibis 7 day of March. 1972
Donald ami .Mary Kahiekl
l"7t" Griffin Blvd
i;i icayne I'ark
Miami. Florida
Transferee
Publication of ibis notice on the
In day of March. 1972.
l:ui list, in Kohi ish
2S2.". (ink Avenue. Suites I". & Hi
Coconut i hole. Florida 33133
Attorneys tor Transferee
3 I" 72
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Notice is HEREBY GIVEN thi
llle undersigned, desiring to engage l
business under Ihe fictitious name i
ALAN ROBERTS A: COMPANY :
number 8101 Blscayue Boulevard, i
In- Cii> of Miami, Florida, intends I
register said name ulin in. Clerk
'In- Circuit Court ol Dade Count:
Florida
Da led. .a I (MlaanlTpOTortda .this 81
da) "I .March. 1972.
MIAMI NATIONAL DANK
' IREENHERG, TRAITRII;.
HOFFMAN, LIPOFK .v
ICENTEL, I' A.
j AI tome) s for Applicant
I ly : Susan I.. I iresnick
:: 10-17-24-31
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICa
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-4947
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
ROBERT KEMP, Husband.
and
"t-TII KEMP. Wife.
TO: Ruth Kemn
P.O Rot SJt
I afayatte, California
Y"C ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED-
thai an ar inn for Dissolution ot Mar.,
rlaee has been filed against you anfl
you are rcnulrAd to serve n copy o |
your Written defense**. If anv. to It',
on Jack 1,. Herskowltz. attorney for
Petitioner whoe address is 420 Lin-
coln Road. Suite Rd3. Miami Bench,
Fioridn 33!1<). and HI., ihe original
with the clerk rf the above stvted
court on or hnfnrn A"ril IB, fP7e*
otherwise a default will be entered
ae.nlnst yon for Ihe relief demanded In
the cnmulalnt or netltlnn
'''his............I. ,l| 1.......l.li.1,,,1 ,,,
......' .....' for four pops,., utive weeks
in Tin.' Tr.'.vrs-i! i.-in'i|iiov
"v-TTNRflfl ,nv |,and ami Ihe seal
,r -iw ,.,,o.-i .i in ...i Florida mi
this i dav of March. 1972.
|.^ II I 1.' 111.' 1. I \\-
.is rterir. rireiif C.....i
D<") foil"'. l.-i...: | ,
Bv I SN EET>EN
,4 s !-><.... i y Clerk
.1 'i.-.oll r.nirl So .1)
lack I M..rl.-o..i.z. p-.n.
11.....cowita and Grossman P.A.
"I I In.-nln Rd Rolle C1
flnml Reach i7>r.-Mn 3313!)
Attorney for Petitioner
3/lil-17-?4-*i
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO. 72-4fl<><
noticf rr suit
FOR PETITION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
IV l!C- MU'lMlUPni.'
I AM DEBT STBPANICK,
Husband
and
T.VVV STEIW.NICK.
Wife
TO; I VNN STRPANICK
CO D. BROWN
pint oakn ^ t e no in
toms RTVT3R vi'"' H'^s-iiv
YOU, I YNN STBPANICK, are
hereby notified that Petition for
Dissolution of Marriage has been filed
against you. and vou are rcuilred to
serve a cony of vour fcnswer or Plead-
ing to said Petition for Dissolution of
Marriage o i Ihe lln-hand's attorney,
Ronald 1 Davis I'-,i P \ -4iT nis.
cavne Building-19 \Y. Flagler Street,
Mlsmt. Florida amsn-Ph......: 370.0RSI,
and file Ihe o.-li-lnal .\msw.- ...- 1>1. ,,)
Ing in ihe office of the Clerk of Hie
ClrCUlt Colo-. 00 or I,.;"..... |l. "1 ,|av
of Anrll, 1973, 'f vou foil 1.. do sn
hnb-nieni bv defiull vein l, .1.....
o-a'"-l 1 '' r-" .....I.-'
01 iiie Petition for Dissolution of
S.......
this NOTICE nhall he published
mice ea< h w for four 1......
Hv weeks in the JEWISH FLORID-
) W
hllVK VT) I'lMH'IM'D Rl no.
J-'lorl.ii. Ho- > .! ..i- m .....1. 1073.
j.;. 1: 1 1.- iriifi'ii an. Clerk
Ci -1111 C......I
!>,> .....vfv PS, -o|.,
Bv R M. IflAREE
11...,.,.,- ri.-rk
(Circuit Court BesJ) .
rFro-n-n-tn
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
OF BULK TRANSFER
Pursuant to
Florida Statute 676.6-107
A bulk transfer under Article li of
the Uniform Commercial Code will be
made al llle law offices of SHIRLEY
WOOI.F, ESQ., 42" Lincoln Road.
Room 211 .Miami Beach, Florida on
or after March 21, 1972, al 3:89 p.m..
between II. F. YENDINO. INC., a
Florida. corporation, Transferor,
whose business address is 2079 N.W.
141st Street, Opu Locka, Florida
33054 and I KE-.IAC VENDING, INC.,
Transferee, whose business address
is 1770 Daytuniu Road, Miami Beach,
Florida 33111.
During the three years last
past the Transferor, so far as Is
known lo the Transferee, has used no
other business name or address other
than thai listed above.
Debts of the Transferor will
be paid in full as they fall due as the
result of this transfer. Creditors of
the Transferor should file their claims
with SHIRLEY wool F. ESQ. at t-'"
Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla.. on
or before March 21. 1972.
Daicd .11 Miami. Florida, ibis 7
day of March. I!'72.
LBB-JAC VENDING, INC
Jack Outjahr
Transferee
Publication of this notice on the
Huh dav of March. 1973,
SHIRLEY wni ill-'. ESQ.
42" Lincoln Road. Room 211
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
attorney for Transferee
3 I" 72
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
No. 72-4855
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
IN RE: The .Marriage of
ALFREDO t t'RI.
Husband
anil
OFELIA E CCRI.
Wife
I'd: OFELIA E. CI'RI
121:. Blandeau Btreet
Keokuk, Iowa
You are hereby notified that a PE-
TITION FOR DISSOLUTION OF
MARRIAGE has been filed against
you, ami you are required to serve
copy of y..ur Answer or Pleading to
Ihe Petition on lb.- plaintiffs Attor-
ney, SIDNEY BFRONSON, 612 Ains-
ley Blda;., 14 N.E. 1st Ave., Miami.
Florida 33132 and file the original
Answer or Pleading in the- office of
tin- Clerk of tile Circuit Courl on or
I" fore the 1 I day of April, 1972. If
you fail lo de so. judgmi nt by de-
fault will be lakell against you l"i
ihe relief demanded in the Bill of
1 romplalnt.
This notice shall be published once-
'each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH Fl.i iRIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 7 day of March. A D
l!'72.
E. I', li: A Til El: MAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court. Dad. County, Florida
By: R. M. KISSBE
I li'iiulv 1 'leek
ICIrcult Courl s.al)
SIDNEY EFRONSON
612 Ainsley Bldg.
i .Miami. Florida 33132
377-9685 Altome) lor Plaintiff
:: m-17-24-31
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. |M AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-4438
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OP
JAMES DAVID STEWART.
I lusbaud
and
ALMA LOC18E STEWART.
Wile
in: AI..MA LOUISE STEWART
::: 171 Beeohltank Road
Columbus, Ohio 43213
KM' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
ihat an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage lias been filed agailisl you and
you arc required 10 seiie a copy ot
vour written defenses, if any. to II
on sol. Ai.ENANDER. Est).. attor-
ney lor Petitioner, whose address is
1:1 W.si Flagler Street, Suite 317.
Miami. Florida 33130, and file the
original with ihe clerk of the above
siyi.il court I'll or before April 14.
i!'72; otherwise a default will be en-
tered against you for tbe relief de-
manded in ihe complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
iii THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal "I
-aid courl at Miami. Florida on ibis
1 .in ..1 March, 1972.
E B. LBATHBRMAN,
As Chrk. Circuit Court
Dndc County, Florida I (
By: R. M. KISSBE N
As D. puty Clerk
(Circuit 1 ouri Seal 1
:: 3-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under Ihe fictitious name of
STAN! EY SHOES al 319 North .Mi-
ami, Florida intends to register said
name with the Clerk of ihe Circuit
Court of Dad. County, Florida.
JAIME Ot H DBBItG
STONE & SOSTCHIN
Attorneys for Jaime Goldberg
l"l N.W. 12th Av.nuc
Miami, Florida 33130
i le-17-24-31
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA.-IN PROBATE
No. 71-300
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
lu RE: Estate uf
8 A VERIO A. 8PAZIANTE
Deceased.
NOTICE is b.iebi given that I
have filed m> l-'mal Report and Peti-
tion lor Distribution and Final DIs-
ehargi as Executrix of i>.....state ni
KAVERfO a SPAZIANTB, deceased:
and ibai on the 3rd day of April, 1972,
will apply to Hi.- 11......r.ii.ie County
Judges ..f rodi i'oiiiih. Florida, tor
approval of said Final Report and for
distribution and final dischargi
i\\.iu'i"\ of Ihe estate of the shove-
named il.....il. 01 This 2nd rtaj of
Man h. l!"72.
Marie c Ramundo
HENRY NI RTON
' .......v
1 |nt Blsca) Building
.Miami. Florida 23144
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
NO. 71-20762 (Parker) '
PETITION FOR ADOPTION
IN RE: PETITION OF
JOHN FRALEY and
BEVERLY FRALEY, his wife.
Petitioners
TO: SAMMY HAROLD GEORGE
SCHItEIER
Residence t'nknow n
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
ii an action of Petition lor Adop-
1 lion lias be.-n filed against you and
you an- required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to it
mi ll.-rskow ii-/ and Crossinan, PA.,
attorney for Petitioners, whose ad-
dress is 4jii [Jncoln Road. Suite 308,
Miami Beach, Florida 83139. and file.
the original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before April
4, I978J otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the relief
demanded In the complaint or peti-
tion.
WITNESS m\ hand and the Real
of said courl ai Miami. Florida, on
this 29th dav of February, 1972,
E n I KATIIEtiMAN.
As Clerk, Circuit Court
I lade 1 'ountv. Florida
By: I. SNKKDEN
As Denuty Clerk
(Circiiil Courl Seall
Michael S. Crossman
TT' rskowltl a ml Crossman. P. A.
Attorney for Petitioners
3/3-1(1-17 21
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, deslrlna, to engage in
business under the fictitious name nf
BL.M'K BIRD ST VIII BS at 11347 S.
DlNi. 11 Ighn ay, Miami, l-'l Intend to
r said name with the 1 "lerk of
Ho- Clrcull Court of Dad. County.
I
HARin I. \n >SK< >w I'l'Z
ARNOI D LANDSMAN
I 'n I ni-i. li
Attorney for Blackbird Btables
272" w. Flagler si Miami, ri
I 10-17-24-J1
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iJewiislti Ftar&dian
lami, Florida Friday, March 10, 1972
Section C
Soviet-Libyan Oil Pact Viewed
As A 'Marriage Of Convenience'
JERUSALEM (JTA) This
week's disclosure in Moscow of
Sa Soviet agreement with Libya
. to jointly develop that country's
ft oil resources was viewed here
jas primarily-a marriage of con-
[v.mtenCe for buth parties.
Although the agreement
Ibrcaks the Western oil monop-
oly in Libya, it is not considered
llikely that Russia will play a
[major role in the Libyan oil in-
[dustry not* is it expected to alter
I the strong internal anti-Oom-
Imunist stand of Libya's ruling
nilitary junta headed by Col.
luammar el-Qaddafi.
According to a report in Tass,
Ithe Soviet press agency, the pact
| was reached .with a I^ibyan del-
i-K^itii.n in Moscow, Jneludes
prospecting for mineral deposits
(and gas, training Libyan national
cadres, provides for cooperation
in prospecting, extracting and
refining oil, and in developing
power generation and other
luances of Libya's national econ-
omy.
Qaddafi, who has likened So-
wet imperialism to Western im-
perialism, has been uncomfort-
able in relation to his partners
in the loose federation he en-
tered into last September with
Egypt and Syria, both countries
with strong ties to Moscow. But
he regards the agreement with
Moscow as political leverage in
dealing with the West which
he mistrusts no less than the
Soviet Union.
Observers here said the main
reason the Sjviet Union signed
the pact was its inability to de-
velop its own oil resources fast
enough to keep pace with its in-
dustrial expansion. The I'.S.s.K.
is said to be la'-rglng by a-s much
as 10 years in this endeavor.
The Soviet Union, once an oil
exporting nation, has in recent
years become an importer of oil.
The Soviet-Libyan deal con-
firmed what political observers
have known for years that
Soviet relations with any coun-
try has little to do with that
country's regime or ideology.
This is the case in Egypt, where
the Communist Party is illegal.
It is most evident in Russia's
brisk trade with Spain whose
regime under Gen. Franco is re-
garded as Fascist by the U.S.S.R.
Observers here said that Rus-
sia's need for Middle East oil
may eventually lead it to deals
with Saudi Arabia, which is ve-
hemently anti-Communist.
Mrs. Flora Sinick To Be
Honored By M.B. Council
The Miami Beach Council of
.B'nai B'rith Women, consisting ol
DO chapters, will present its annual
Hotel. Refreshments will be s>rved
and professional talent will en-
tertain.
At this function an outstanding
community worker, Mrs. Flora H.
Sinick, will be honored for her
.Indicated service in behalf of B'nai
B'rith ana other organizations.
Mrs. Sinick is past president of
Chai Chapter and the Council of
B'nai B'rith, a life member and
ways and means vice president of
the Hebrew Home for the Aged,
a life member of the Friends of the
Haven School for Retarded, life
and board member of '.he Hanna
Seneseh Group of Hadassah; board
member and corresponding sccre
tary of the American Tcchnion So-
ciety, and board member of the
Adali Stevenson Democratic Club.
In addition to all the above-
mentioned activities, she devotes
time to various community drives.
j Her dedicated and untiring efforts
are all the more commendable in
view of the fact that she in 75
! years young, according to Mrs. Al
nembership trophy awards Tues- Goldman, president, and Mrs. Phil
ay, at 7:30 p.m. in the Algiers [ Wolmer .chairman._______________
Miami City Commissioner Irwin G. Christie, (center) was
honored by the city's Beautilicuiion Committee recently for
his efforts en behalf of the committee down through the
years. Presenting him with a laminated plaque is E. Albert
Pallot, chairman of the committee, (left). Tim Sullivan, (right)
is a member of the cemmittee's board of directors. Wilh
them is Mrs Liz Mart oil, long-time member of the committee.
Jewish Publishers, Editors
Invited To White House
WASHINGTON (JTA)
President Nixon has invited
'"representative members" of
American Jewish press to
attend a special series of high
level briefings at the White
.House Monday, the Jewish Tcle-
fgraphic Agency was informed.
Among the 110 editors and
publishers of Jewish dailies,
weeklies, monthlies, periodicals
and the JTA who have been in-
vited Is Fred K. Shochet. pub-
lisher of The Jewish Floridian.
Telegrams signed by Herbert
G. Klein, director of Communi-
cations for the White House,
and sent to editors and publish-
ers, opened with the phrase "The
President has asked me to in-
vite you ." and said that key
members of the administration"
will give the briefings and "will
deal with those issues which are
of major importance to the Jew-
ish communities."
The JTA was told that the
topics will include Soviet Jewry,
the Middle East, national eco-
nomic issues, and poverty and
crime in the cities.
Mr. Klein, Herbert Stein,
chairman of the President's
Board, of Economic Advisers;
Joseph J. Sisco, Assistant Secre-
tary of State for Near Eastern
Affairs; Leonard Garment, civil
rights advisor to the President;
and William Safire, a special
advisor to the President and a
Presidential speech writer were
scheduled to give briefings
According to the telegram the
sessions will run for six hours
from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The
program will begin with R oe-
ckal tour of the White House.
Rabbinate Permits
Bigamous Marriage
JERUSALEM (JTA) Israel's
Orthodox rabbinate, which governs
matters of personal status accord-
ing to halacha, religious law, per-
mits bigamous marriages in cer-
tain circumstances.
Dr. Zerach Warhaftig, Minister
of Religious Affairs, advised the
Knesset that since 1948 the rab-
binate has granted 802 Jews the
right to take second wives al-
though they were neither divorced
nor widowed. Israeli criminal law
c"ofers to religious law in this mat-
ter. It states that a man shall not
be prosecuted for bigamy if Hs
bigamous marriage was entered
into with the approval of a three
man rabbinical tribunal legally
constituted.
Dr. Warhaftig, an Orthodox
rabbi representing the Nat;onal|
Religious Party, said 24 such mar-
riages were authorized last year.
He said permission has ryen
granted when the man's first wife
was an incurable lunatic incapable
of signing divorce papers; when
she refused to cohabit with her
husband, or when she could not
conceive and would not accspt a
divorce.
Public Invited To View
Film On Crime Problem
"Walk Without Fear," a film
on the problem of crime in the
streets, will be presented at the
meeting of B'nai B'rith Women,
North Dade chapter, Tuesday,
March 28, at 8:15 p.m. in the
Washington Federal Auditorium,
699 NE 167th St.
Publicity chairman Mrs. S. R.
Weider said the film suggests pre-
ventive measures against crime
and offers ways of coping with it.
She stressed that the public is
invited to attend.
U.S. Navy Should
Use Israel Ports,
Says JWV Head
By Special Report
LOS ANGELESThe national
commander of the Jewish War
Veterans has urged that the deep
water ports of Israel be used as
"liberty ports" by the U.S. Sixth
Fleet in order to emphasize that
the Southeastern Mediterranean
is part of its defense ]>erimeter.
According to Jerome D. Cohen,
JWV head, "showing the flag in
the deep water ports of Israel will
act as a deterrent to the Soviets,
whose bases in Egypt give it strat-
egic dominance over the South-
eastern Mediterranean, a long-
sought Soviet dream since the
days of the Czars."
Commander Cohen made the
suggestion after an extensive tour
of the Mediterranean area and
meetings with high officials of
NATO, the Sixth Fleet, and the
government of Israel.
Planning Women for Hillel's first get-acquuinted coffee ses-
sion, scheduled for 10 a.m. Thursday, March 16, are (horn
left to right) Mrs. Arthur Lipson, Mrs. Joshua Weinberg, Mrs.
Morton Zemel, Mrs. Joel Dennis. Mrs. Albert Levine and Mis.
Leonard Schreiber. The coffee will be hosted by Mrs Wein-
berg in her home, 17325 NE 10th Ct., North Miami Beach.
Club Plans Oneg Shabbos
A literary-music program fea-
turing a talk by L. Lasavin on
"Aaron Zeitlin, Yiddish Hebrew
Poet" and folk songs by Hilda
Zucker and Paul Yanovsky has
been planned by the David Pinski
Culture Club for its Oneg Shabbos
in the Ida Fisher School's cafete-
ria,, 1450 Drexel Ave., Friday at
8 p.m.
Mrs. Max Cohen (left) receives congratulations from Michael
Litvak, director of Israel Bonds, Mrs. Alice Peerce, (right)
national chairman of the Women's Division of Israel Bonds,
and Hilda Leibo, national director of the Women's Division
after the presentation of a plaque created for Mrs. Cohen
and her late husband, for their devoted support to the State
of Israel Bonds. The award was bestowed on Mrs. Cohen
at the Israeli International Fashion Show held in her honor
at the Fontainebleau Hotel.


Fago 2-C
-Jetvteti Ftcridlian
Friday. March 10. 1972
China Casts A Long Shadow In Mideast
By WIU.IAM SAPIUIU:
JTA Stall \Vrll.T
i'"i. :',:. jiuisli Xotagraphlc Agency)
One of the Immediate results of
".'resident Nixon's historic journey
to Peking to begin the normaliza-
tion of relations between the
Vnited States anil China is the en-
hancement of Chinese prestige in
world affairs. China has. in effect.
Wen "reeogni/eil" by the world's
.l en test power and now enjoys a
iieer hand to exercise its Influence
which is substantially greater
than it was before the Nixon visit.
How will this affect the smould-
ritjg situation in the Middle East
which Nixon and his Kremlin coun-
t< rparts consider to be so urgent
that it is second only to disarma-
n>cni on the agenda of their up-
coming summit talks in Moscow?
Will China become a new source
f frustration in the efforts to
bring peace to a region vital to
both U.S. and Soviet interests? Or
will China remain aloof from Mid*
Hi' Kasi problems and concentrate
on what, for Peking, must be the
first priority the withdrawal of
American military power from
-t Asia and assurances that it
will not be replaced by a militarily
n vived Japan?
The answer to that question is
hi vital important to Israel and
ils I fiends abroad who regard So-
;! ambitions as the main ob-
e in a Mideast peace. With So-
i.i power balanced by that of the
Init d States, they believe that
Moscow eventually can he con-
vinced to bring its Arab clients to
icquiesce to i>eaee terms that Is-
.1 considers essential to its se-
curlty. Were China actively to
enter the Mideast scene, a three-
power confrontation would dc-
\elop with unpredictable results.
Some observers believe that the
emergence of China into the cen-
.i world affairs has aireadj
. te-t the Mideast situation.
The.- note the deterioration in re-
lations between Moscow and Cairo
which developed after Nixon an-
nounced his intention to visit Pe-
kUlg
The thaw in relations Ix'tween
the United States and China after
1>L' years of frozen hostility has
had a cautionary effect on the
Russians and Soviet leaders are
believed to be re-appraising their
xpandtng commitments in the
Middle Bast. Certainly they are
not likely to underwrite a new
'outbreak of fighting in that re-
gion at least until there is a jell-
in1-' of the international jxnver re-
lationships turned topsy turvy by-
Nixon's week in Peking.
Hut will the Chinese now act as
i goad r.i the Ai abs in an eifort
1o outbid and undermine the So-
\ iet position? Officially, th Is-
raelis lielieve there is nothing to
fear at this time from Peking.
Foreign Minister Abba Eban told
.t group of French journalists last
month that China was not a 'de-
cisive factor in the Middle Kast"
beyond the field of propaganda.
China, in fact, has not assumed
ii- | crogathes as one of th^ Se-
curlty Council's Big Five on the
Middle Kast since succeeding the
Taiwan regime in the United Na-
tions last October. Until last
month. China did not participate
in the Security Council's Mideast
debates. The first occasion in
which it li'l was an emergency
.session tailed by Lebanon Feb. 26
over an Israeli incursion into Leb-
anese territory to root out ter-
rorists who had been attacking
Israeli soldiers and civilians in
the border region.
The Chinese delegate. Huang
Hua. voiced the usual ritual de-
nunciation of the Israel action.
Unlike his Soviet colleague he did
not support Lebanon's demand for
sanctions nor did he engage in
vituperative exchanges with the
Israeli delegate. China has not of-
ficially subscribed to the Security
Council's Resolution 242 of Nov.
22. 1967. And the Chinese have
indicated that they will not join
the Big Four should they ever re-
vive their multilateral discussions
on the Middle Fast conflict.
All of this would appear to sup-
port the view that Peking intends
to keep out of the Middle East
morass were it not for the fact
that China has already made com-
mon cause with the Arabsmore
specifically with the Palestinian
guerrillasand now seems to be
embarking on a second stage of
Mideast diplomacy. China has es-
tablished a base at its embassy in
Beirut, reportedly the largest
Chinese mission anywhere in the
world, from which they are ex-
pected to spread influence and
money. Bui the intrigues of Pe-
king's agents seem to be directed
more at Moscow than against Is-
rael.
China, as the self-proclaimed
leader and inspiration for national
liberation movements all over the
world, has been hostile toward Is-
rael. It regards Israel as a crea-
ture of the established imperialist
world order that, from the Chinese
viewpoint, is already foredoomed.
Bui apart from ideology. China
would seem to have no grounds
for antipathy toward Israel or
Ji vvs in general.
Unlike the Soviet Union there
was never a 'Jewish question"' in
China and hence no domestic pol-
itical benefits to be gained from
fostering anti-Semitism at home.
Jewish presence in China has al-
ways been minimal. Apart from a
small community of Chinese Jews
established in K'ai-feng Fu in the
remote northern province of Ho-
nan in the 12th century, the only
Jews China has known have been
refugees from Czarist oppression
and Nazi persecution. At its peak.
there were no more than 30.000
Jews i in a country of nearly one
billioni; they lived in the foreign
settlements, mainly Shanghai and
were regarded by the Chinese as
Europeans,
Israel recognized and was recog-
nized by Chiang Kai Shek's Na-
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tionalist regime in 1949 but no
diplomatic relations were estab-
lished, owing mainly to Israel's
lack of funds at the time to set'
up an embassy in China.
In 1950. Israel recognized the
People's Republic of China. U.S.
objections notwithstanding, sim-
ply because that regime firmly
controlled the territory of China.
This was a principle Israel hoped
would be applied to itself, but be-
yond that there were no advant-
ages to be gained from the move.
Israel did (and still does) enter-
tain hopes for future formal rela-
tions with China and. while Pe-
king did not reciprocate the re-
cognition, Israel was officially
thanked for the gesture.
There was a momentin Sep-
tember-, 1954when Premier Chou
en-Lai actually announced pub-
licly China's intention to establish
full diplomatic relations with Is-
rael. That was the high point of
| relations between Jerusalem and
I Peking. But the Israelis did not
i follow it Op. They preferred a go-
j slow policy at a time when U.S.
I Secretary of State John Foster
i Dulles, ardently supported by then
Vice President Richard M. Nixon,
, was on a full blown crusade to
[contain China within a paper wall
of treaties.
This might have been Israel's
I greatest mistake with regard to
relations with China, some Israeli
political observers now believe.
For 1954 was followed by the
famous Bandung Afro-Asian Con-
ference of April, 1956, from which
Israel was barred and at which
the Arabs, headed by Gamal Abdel
Nasser, successfully wooed the
Chinese to their side in the Middle
Kast conflict. The 1956 Suez cam-
paign further cemented Sino-Arab
tics, especially as Israel was
linked as an ally and collaboratoi
with the Imperialists Britain and
France.
Significantly, as the Russians
moved in on Kgypt before and fol-
lowing the Six-Day War. the Chin-
ese directed their support not to
the established Arab governments
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but to the guerrilla movements.
Ahmed Shukeirys Palestine Lib-
eration Organization and later the
airline-hijacking t er to lists of
George Habash's Popular Front
and Nayef Hawatmeh's Popular
Democratic Front, became in the
Chinese lexicon, national libera-
tors in the mold of the Viet Cong.
That the terrorists turned out to
be a greater menace to their Atari
host governments than to Israel
may have embarrassed the Rus-
sians tut not the Chinese.
There is a likelihood now that
China will shift its attention away
from the decimated guerrillas and
toward the "progressive" forces in
the Arab governments notably
Kgypt. Libya and Sudan which
seem to be growing in their dis-
enchantment with Moscow. But
China is in no position to exert
' military muscle in the Mideast
Its small navy protects its own
: shores. The picture of China that
! emerged on the television screens
i last month was of a vast, iron-
disciplined but incredibly poor na-
tion facing tremendous domestic
problems that require austerity at
home and restraint abroad. His-
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it has expanded into the Asiatic
! heartland, it has never sought to
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Dr. Simon N. Herman, a load-1
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discuss "Jewish Identity" with a
: DK.SUHQN HERMAN
| and of Jewish- community lead-
is Wednesday al 8 p.m. in the
Dupotlt Plaza Hotel. Prior to the
seminar, the Executive Board ot
the Greater .Miami Chapter of the
American Jewish Committee will
have an open dinner meeting at
6:i0 p.m.
This "Mecl the Press Forum and
Seminar," moderated by Melvyn
IB. Krumkes, is sponsored by the
AJC in co-o|jeration with the In-
Istitutc of Contemporary Jewry of
[Hebrew University as part of the
American-Israel Program in Con-
temporary Jewish Civilization.
Dr. Herman is the second of
our authors to take part in this
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scholars as teachers. His recent
work "Israelis and Jews: The Con-
tinuity of an Identity," us the first
of four volumes in the Random
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Dr. Charles Beber, president of
the Miami Chapter of the AJC,
announced Dr. Herman's parti-
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which was initiated last year by
Prof. Yehuda Bauer, author of
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Dr. Beber said. "The program
represents in concrete terms an
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of our members on the subject of
contemporary Jewish thought and
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"that specific cultural exchange
between American Jews and Is-
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The four:scholars,in thet lecture
series will also hoM seminars in
Israel from July 12 through 27 to
pursue the study of historical and
contemporary Judaism.
Wednesday Lunch
Sisterhood's 32nd
Anniversary Event
The Sisterhood of Temple
Emanu-Ei will hold its 32nd Anni-
versary Luncheon on Wednesday
noon in the Friedland Ballroom of
I he temple.
Highlight of the afternoon will
be a musical extravaganza by the
Temple Players entitled "Joseph
and The Amazing Technicolor
Dream boat."
Featured in the oast will be
Barbara Bessey, lerrl Blum,
Dcbby Buchwald, Lydia Goldiing,
Lam el Kimball, Ilelcne Koretzky,
Llbby Levin and Davida Levy.
Mrs. Trixie Levin is director;
choreography will be by Barbara
Bessey, assisted by Laurel Kim-
ball; musical direction by Millie
Draizar; and special lighting by
Mollle Ciiundman, Donald Koren
and Arlene Harris.
Mrs. Irving Cypon is patron
chairman; Mrs. Elliott Karris,
hostess chairman and Mrs. Max
Dinisman. gifts chairman.
Reservations for Sisterhood mem-
bers and their guests are now being
accepted at the temple office.
'Florida Youth Primary-
I Scheduled March 10-11
Mrs. Joanne Solomon, (riqht)
chairman of the recent Hillel
Community Day School lunch-
eon in the Eden Roc Hotel,
poses with her cochairr.icm,
Mrs. Raquel Scheck, (left) and
Mrs. Marcia Schefts, who co-
ordinated the fashion chow
which followed in the hotel's
Cotillion Room and was
themed "Everything's Coming
Up Roses."
Free Lip Reading Practice
Sponsored By Hearing Club
The Miami Beach Hard of Hear-
ing Adult Club is promoting a
new membership drive, according !
to Mrs. Ma C. Lebach, a spokes-
man for the group.
Mrs, Lebach, who said thai hard i
Of hearing adillls could benefit
socially and culturally from this
organization, stressed that the club
offers free lip-reading practice and
Urged interested person to attend
the meetings, every Thursday at
3:15 p.m., in room 102 of the Ida
''isher School, 1124 Drexel Ave..
II contact her at 1200 Euclid Ave..
I Apt. 204, Miami Beach.
Meeting Features Music
A mandolin "Musicale" will high-
light the Thursday, March 16
meeting of the Sisterhood of Tem-
ple Beth Raphael, 1.345 Jefferson
Ave., at 7:.'?0 p.m. Mrs. Wolf!
Gewanter, Mrs. Lillian Checkol.
Julian Roth and Sam Frischman
will he the featured performers.
Mrs. Hyman J. Bcrger "ill pre-
side.
Teens Voice, a non-partisan pol-
itically oriented club at North -Mi-
ami Beach Senior High School, has
organised the Orel Florida Youth
Presidential Primary Election to
be held at the school Friday and
Sat urday.
The purpose of this convention
will be to bring student represent-
atives from high schools all over
the state of Florida together to
introduce them to the world of na-
tional politics. A second, and per-
haps even more important goal ol
the primary, will Ik? to provide a
sounding hoard for the political
feelings Of the youth of the state.
A vote will be taken from the rep-
resentatives, and in a sense the
tally of this vote will be the first
Florida presidential primary.
The convention will provide an
opportunity for the youth of the
state to see. s|>cak to. and ques-
tion the presidential candidates in
l>erson, allowing them to form
their own political opinions and
train a better understanding of the
positions that the candidates hold
i elating to the major political is-
sues of the times. Several can-
didates have already stated inten-
tions of attending, including Sen.
Humphrey, Mayor Lindsay, Sen.
Muskie and Sen. McGovern.
North Miami Beach Senior High
School with its new and extensive
facilities, provides an excellent at-
mosphere for the convention. Tin
auditorium provides seats lor :'.0f
student delegates tin- small con-
ferences, and space for up to 3,001
is provided in the gymnatorium
The school is beautifully furnishei
anil fully air conditioned. A ndn-
particlpating gallery of nver 1.000
is anticipated according to Jack A
Norris, Student Activities direc-
tor, faculty advisor to Teens Voice
and sponsor of the Youth Primary
Cultural Society Presents
Tenor Marcel Chilland
Tenor Marcel Chilland will be
presented by the Miami R BCl
Cultural Society in his only con-
cert here Saturday, March 25, at
7 p.m. in the .N.....nblj Hall. 753
Washington Ave.
Mr. Chilland an' his accot
ist. Kay Sestok, will he lea" ired
in a program of operatic arias
French and English folk songs. Ii
addition, song stylist and accord-
ionist Patricia Gaylc will present
Yiddish an>! Hebrew selections
The concert i-- free to So letj
members.
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Duckworth atid The Players. Sin-
gle, widowed or divorced men and
women 21-48 are invited to at-
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Stattners Marking 59tli Anniversary
Alice and Adolph Stattner of
Miami Beach, will celebrate their
>9th wedding anniversary Friday.
An Ones; Shalibat will be spon-
sored in their honor in the Sklar
Auditorium of Temple Ner Tamid,
7902 Carlyle'ATe.
Originally from Montreal, Ca-
nada, the Stattners are the pa-
rents of two sons. Rill and Lou
Stattner of Montreal, and two
daughters, Mrs. B. Taylor of Mon-
treal and Mrs. Sy Halpern of Pat-
erson. N.J. They have 11 grand-
children.
Mr. Stattner is a vice president
of Temple Ner Tamid and a mem-
ber of the Masonic Order. Mon-
treal Ionic No. 51, a trustee of
B'nai B'rith North Shore Chapter,
and of Brandeis Zionist district.
Mr. Stattner is retired but works
actively in many organizations.
ALICi and ADOlfH STATTNER
Greater Miami Jewish Federation president
Robert Russell and his wife Muriel admje
Kenneth Treister's six Aliyah Sculptor Pace-
setter Awards; one of the six medullions is
presented to all Miamians contributing $10,-
000 or more to the CJA-IEF campaign eu'.-h
year.
Dcnor Lunch Scheduled
Let Wapnan and Elaine will en-
tertain at the Donor Luncheon of
the Women's League for Israel.
Florida Chapter, Thursday, March
16. at 12:30 p.m. in the Seville
Hotel according to Mrs. Sara
Helfand, chairman of the day.
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Friday March 10, 1972
letters to the editor
Geula Gill Headlines In
Israel Passover Festival
Kill! OK. Til,- .|ri.h ric.riiln^, ,
l was surprised and upset to
ail the two page advertisement
iIkjiit gen. Henry Jackson In your
i,i|h r last week. Surprised be-
m-.' I didn't think the Senator'!
suppoi t for lane! was an i.-sue in
ihis election, and upset that his
backers in Florida would try to
ippi ;i| tu Jewish voters on such
larrow _'. io
I do not deny that a politician's
-land on the Middle Bast crisis is
in Important indi \ of his qiu.lifi-
Miii.n.-, but I am just . Sen. Jackson's position on Viet !
Nam and on the defense budget in ]
mei al an I I think he should talk
to .lews about thesi questions a
well. Our interests are not as nar-
ow as he apparently presumes.
MBS. ("HABLOTTE BEISEBl
Miami Beach
EDITOR, The Jewish Morlli.ui:
When we placed our advertise-
nen' on behalf of Hubert Hum-
I phn y in The Jewish Kloridiun of
' -'eh IS. we hoped, of course, to
stimulate meaningful dlwusaton of
the campaign issues in the Jewish
eommun'ty.
Accordingly, we were more than
n Uttlc disappointed by the letters
in The Jewish Floridian issue
if February 23, by Wayne
Raekoff and Donnis Run, two
mowed supporters of Sen. Gorge
MeGovern. Sen. McGovern Is an
intelligent and thoughtful Individ-
ual and his supporters do him an
:ll service wlien they resort to
,nmi ndoes and halt' truths on his
behalf rather than to discuss the
issues before us this election year.
Mr. Raekoff speaks of Hubert
Humphrey's alleged support of
"concentration camps" in Amer-
ica. Surely he knows that Sen.
Humphrey worked for years to
repeal this odious section (Title
'.I '.I the Internal Security Act.
Even th< report of the Jewish C"au-
ii- ol Presidenl Nixon's Whit"
Mou--- Conference on Youth ad-
mit : that "no political figure
las worked as hard to repeal this
unne< ded and unwelcome legisla-
tion as Sen. Hubert Humphrey of
Minnesota."
Mr. Rubs suggests that Sen.
Humphrey is a "recent convert" to
'he cause of Israel and then de-
ll 01 I- to know who pa'd for our
advertisement. The flrsl
mehTO refWeVbyTs ye
.tale-
ears of
proven accomplishment on behall
o! Israel. As for his second state-
ment our advertisement has been
the only one carried by the Flor-
rldian during this campaign to
bear the words "paid political ad-
vertisement" and to give the names
of the members ol the committee
who placed it.
Many Jewish youth all over
America are helping Sen. Hum-
phrey in his quest for the Demo-
cratic nomination and their r'ona-
liims have helped fund "Jewish
Youth for Humphrey." Mr. Kus-
suggeets that we are afraL! to tell
you who paid for our advertise-
ment. On the contrary, we were
proud to announce in the text of
the ad itself that it was paid for
by our committee I which is now
functioning in 15 states'.
Mr. Raekoff tells us that the
"truth" is the main issue. We
agree, and that is why we sup-
port Sen. Humphrey.
His record ann experience speak
for themselves in both domestic
and foreign policy. As James Res-
ton of the New York Times stateil
In his March 4 column, "If you
.ould get an honest secret vote
by all members of the Senate on
who is better qualified to be a
strong and effective president than
any of President Nixon's other
challengers, the chances are thai
Hubert Humphrey would run well
ahead of Muskie or anybody else."
As Jews we are acutely aw are
I hat he is the only candidate to
have called for the United States
to recognize a united Jerusalem
as capital of Israel, the only one
to take a leading role in the strug-
gle to save the Jews in Arab lands
(ho serves as honorary national
chairman of the committee to res-
cue Syrian Jewry), and the only
one to call for Israel to be given
by binding treaty the weapons she
now has to beg to buy from the
United States.
Here at home he is the only
senator in the race to have dis-
cus, eil Jewish Civil Rights, dis-
criminatory quota systems, the
right.s of Sabbath observers, and
the constitutional right to Kosher
slaughter. He has called for a
presidential executive order to pro-
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this "discriminating against Sab-
bath observant Jews and Seventh
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His record is clear and all the
innuendos in the world can't
change it. We are proud to sup-
port this man and hope that the
readers of The Jewish Klor'dian
v. ill weigh the above-mentioned
facts before deciding how to cast
their votes.
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>. at S p.m.
The evening of song. comedS and
music ll being presented by the
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ica; proceeds from tin- concert will
go to continue their work with
USY programs for youth in Israel.
Supporting Miss Gill is the "most
dynamic new sound in Jewish mu-
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The Voices rour. a new musical
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New Fertility Data Suggests U.S.
Jews May Reach Replacement Level
Continued from Page 4-C
the general population in educa-
tional achievement. Fertility ami
education are related in that high-
er education generally has been
associated with lower fertility.
The Springfield study showed,
however, that the highest com-
pleted fertilitythe number of
children Jewish women in their
child-bearing period plan to have
is now "observed or expected
among those with a college de-
gree," Dr. Goldstein rei>ortcd. He
added that "even though Jewish
fertility may remain below that of
the non-Jewish (>opulation and not
too high above the replacement
level, the higher levels achieved
and expected by the college ed-
ucated suggest that there is little
immediate likelihood of sharp de-
cline* in Jewish feitility to the
)<:w levels reached among those
producing their families in the de-
pression years."
Reviewing the available data,
Dr. Goldstein concluded that from
a high of almost three children
per married Jewish woman among
"the cohort born at the end of the
j 19th century." fertility declined to
i below replacement level among
Jewish women born between the
turn of the century and the end
of World War I. "most of whom
were bearing their children bc-
I tween the late 1920s and the early
: 1940s." The upturn in fertility "ac-
j tually began with that cohort of
I tvnmen born about World War I
who bore their children in the late
1930s and early 1940s, and it was
considerably accentuated in the
post-war baby boom."
As a result, the average num-
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I larger Jewish families at the pres-
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evidenced in the sharp declines in
the proportion either having no
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He reported that Jews continue
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them to maintain "the lower than
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+Je*isti nerHlan
Friday March 10, 1972
25 YEARS OF CARING ABOUT
AND ITS PEOPLE DOESN'T START OR STI
Senator Hubert Humphrey has never
claimed to be Israel's "best friend." He has
been too busy working on her behalf to
have time to get involved in shouting
matches over who has done more for the
Jewish State.
Senator Humphrey has, always support-
ed and worked for economic and military
aid to Israel, but he refuses to take per-
sonal political credit for this. He would
rather "have the world know that this sup-
port represents the bipartisan friendship of
the American people" than to squabble
with others over who should receive the
lion's share of domestic glory-for doing
what is only just and correct in the first
place. Israel, he feels, is too important to
be an object of domestic partisan politics.
The record is clear Senator Humphrey
doesn't become our friend at election time
he always has been. For over 25 years he
has identified with our struggles and work-
ed for our causes.
* His opponents call for the United States
to sell or extend credits to Israel to buy
American weapons. For years Senator Hum-
phrey has called on the United States to
make a binding treaty with Israel in order
to give her (as we do our NATO allies) the
weapons she needs for her survival. Sen-
ator Humphrey has decried the fact that the
prime minister of Israel must come to
America to beg for arms or be at the elec-
tion year mercies of political figures. We
should not, he feels, make political gain
out of what is our moral obligation.
He is the only candidate to take a
clear position on the city of Jerusalem
which the United States refuses to recog-
nize as capital of Israel. Senator Humphrey
calls this "gross hypocrisy" and has called
on the United States to back Israel's claim
to a united Jerusalem as capital of Israel
in which the religious shrines and holy
places of all faiths are honored and are
under autonomous control (in contrast to
the Jordanian destruction of the Old City
Jewish Quarter in 1948-67 which Senator
Humphrey has, unlike his opponents,
strongly condemned).
He was among the first to call for direct
economic aid to Israel to help absorb the
750,000 refugees thrown out of Arab lands
(and more recently for those fleeing So-
viet Russia also). Unlike the other contend-
ers he first made this call not in the current
election year but years ago.
Senator Humphrey has been Israel's
friend because he is the friend of every
humanitarian and just cause. More major
humanitarian legislation bears his name
than those of all the other candidates com-
bined: Peace Corps, Medicare, Food for
At the Western Wall "Jerusalem the Golden must remain united"-Senator Hubert Humphrey
Peace, extended Social Security Benetits,
and the National Defense Loan Program
which has helped millions of students meet
the rising cost of college education.
He has helped Jews, not only when the
spotlight was on our issues, but for over
a quarter century of public life.
He has been a tireless speaker for Israeli
Bonds, the UJA, Bnai Brith, Hadassah, Miz-
rachi, Yeshivot, and dozens of other Jew-
ish causes.
He has long championed the plight of
Jews in Arab lands and serves as Honor-
ary National Chairman of the Committee
to Rescue Syrian Jewry.
He spoke out for Soviet Jewry and per-
sonally raised the issue of their rights with
Soviet officials over a decade; ago.
He proposed, wrote, and guided
through Congress, the legislation that de-
fends the Civil Rights of Jews in houshg,
employment, and educational opportunity.
He has long worked for legislation to
safeguard the rights of Sabbath observers
and, over 15 years ago, drafted the legisla-
tive safeguards that protect kosher slaught-
er to this day.
He was the only candidate to deplore
the fact that 1972 National .Political Con-
vention delegate selection is taking place
in many states on Saturday this year, when
Sabbath-observant Jews can't take part.
He has called for a presidential execu-
tive order to make kosher food available in
all federally funded meal programs for
whoever requests it.
There are many men who would like to
be President. None have the experience
or the record of Hubert Humphrey. He has
never let us down-let* s not let himdown
now.
H


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'"liday, March 10. 1972
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UT THE STATE OF ISRAEL
STOP WITH A PRIMARY ELECTION
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A few of the National Jewish Orga-
nizations that have honored Senator
Hubert Humphrey:
1949-BnaiBrith
1957-Mizrachi Women
1957-Hebrew Union College
Doctorate of Humane Laws
1960-National Jewish Fund
1961 -American Jewish Congress-
Stephen Wise Award
1964-Yeshiva University
Honorary Doctorate
Brandeis University-
Honorary Doctorate
1965-National Council of
Jewish WomenJFK Award
1965-Stateof Israel Bonds
Human Freedom Award
1967-American Trade Union
Council for Histadrut
Humanitarian Award
1971 -Man of the year
State of Israel Bonds
Greeting Prime Minister Meir "We have no braver or more faithful friend
than the little State of Israel and its people"Hubert Humphrey.
Humphrey visits wounded Israeli soldiers at Hadassah Hospital.
rience
ie has
down ~ ''


". if you could get an honest secret
vote by all the members of the Senate
on who is better qualified to be a
strong and effective President than
any of President Nixon's other chal-
lengers, the chances are that Hubert
Humphrey would run well ahead of
Muskie or anybody else."
James Reston
New York Times
March 4, 1972
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vJenisti fkrkKain
Friday March 10, 1972
The Leukemia Society of
America's annual apix-al in bade,
Brow a lit and Monroe Counties
is underway, with more volun-
teer workers needed, according
to Mm. Dorothy II. ttnurt, exec-
utive director. There are more
than 100 leukemia patients in
South Florida helped by the or-
ganization.
b ir
Individuals with financial prob-
lems may secure free assistance
at the newly o)ned Consumer
Credit Counseling Service of
South Florida, Inc. Harry S.
Broun It executive director of
the non-profit, community ac-
tion organization designed to
help IndMduali with debts verg-
ing on personal bankniptcy.
There is no charge for the serv-
ice, which stresses counseling
and seeks to enlist the support
of individual creditors. William
T. Kniglak II is counselor.
*Y & Elected to the Miami Beach
t Chamber of Commerce were
Larry Adams, Tom Brady, Ralph
Leon Maim,-, .limn--, J. McDon-
nell, Harry SrhplllMunmfr, Jim
Wade and Charles E. Witao.xen.
Larry Aberman has been ma.le
chairman of the Chamber's an-
nual banquet.
& -Cr
The 1972 Mahi Temple Slv ine
Circus will be Staged March 15-
19 at Tropical Park. Perform-
ances will be held weekday i \ e-
ningS at 8 ;>.m. with some mati-
nees and morning shows also
scheduled. Producer is Karl
Wnllendu: Ions, tigers, ele-
phants and clowns "ill be iar-
b the spotlight,
The annual Dade Countj Youth
Fair will open March 23 foi B
10-day run at it- new sil at
Tamiami Park, ji-t ofl Coral
Way at S\V l"Tth Avc. The 1972
location includes 150 a res for
parking. The former site on Ken-
dall Drive has been turned over
to Kiwanis International tor
their K-Land youth project.
Bernardo Benes, vice president
rf Washington Federal Savings
and Loan Association of Miami
Beach, has been appointed Sen-
ior Loan Officer, Commercial
Loan Division. Mr. Benes, who
joined Washington Federal in
3960, was previously responsible
for all savings and branch op-
erations of institution, as well as
handling mortgage activity for
Latin American customers. He
also served as Director of the
training program tor foreign
savings and loan executives,
< riginated by Washington Fed-
< ral and A.I.D. under the spon-
ihip of the I'.S. Department
( I Slate.
Presidential vote-getters will
Join "laugh-getters" at the
Footughters club luncheon in
Art Brun's Miami Springs Villas
Monday. Joining Lome Oreen
on the dais will be Hubert H.
Humphrey, Henry M. Jackson,
Vane* Hartke, Kdmiind Muslda,
<;<-orge s. MoOoveru, John M.
Ashhrook and representatives
for John Lindsay, Shirley t'liis-
holm and President Xixon.
A it -tr
The response to February's
Heart Month appeal is "very en-
couraging" according to David
A. Nathan. M.D.. president of
the Heart Association of Great-
i r Miami. The door-to-door ap-
peal canvass by 10,000 Heart
Sunday volunteers brought in
about $70,000 in contributions.
he said, "but this is by no means
a final Qgure. We are counting
on the generous response from
people who were not at home
on Heart Sunday to return their
contribution envelopes."
Philip Pickens of Lake City,
Fla., chairman of the Florida
Real Estate Commission, will be
guest speaker at the Kings Bay
Yacht and Country Club lunch-
eon sponsored by the South
Dade Chapter of the Women's
Council of Realtors Wednesday, j
Mrs. Leah Elsenman, chapter
president, has announced.
ft & A 25th anniversary is coming
ui> before k>ng for Norman Aron-
n, the "Carjprnanccr" at the
Embers, Norman, who has been
on the Embers site nearly a
quarter century, tlong before
Walter Kaplan bought the res-
taurant from the late Sam Sterl-
ing) is a card reader, making the
rounds of the room starting
about 8 p.m. and discreetly of-
fering his ser\iccs to diners.
Norman, who can always "see"
some interesting and cheerful
news in the deck, (and some of
his predictions have proved noth-
ing short of amazing) claims
that he's also a lot closer to 39
than Jack Benny if only for one
reason: his birthday falls on Feb.
29, thus it occurs only once ev-
ery four ycais.
ir -Ct &
Don Kaplan, president of
Flagler Insurance Agency, Inc.,
and Flagler Financial Planning,
Inc.. of Miami and Hollywood,
was leading life insurance pro-
ducer of the world in 1971 for
the Travelers Company, which
has over 50,000 agents world-
wide. Mr. Kaplan was first in
1969 and in the top 10 in 1970.
His average in annual life insur-
ance production for the three
years was over four million dol-
lars.
a a #
B. Albert I'aiioi, president of
Biscayne Federal SAL, who was
appointed chairman of the Leg-
islative Committee, National
League >! Insured Savings As-
sociations, and Kenneth ,ler, former executive vice pres-
ident of NLISA. attended a re-
cent meeting of the Legislative
Committee in Washington.
ft ft
Richard ('. BehntUaa, vice
president of Biscayne Federal
S&L. has '"'en appointed to the
Governmeni Securities Commit-
tee of the National League of
Insured Savings Associations,
and to the Public Relations Com-
mittee. Mr. Schulman is assis-
tant to e. Albert Pallet, pres-
sident of Biscayne Federal.
ft ft ft
University of Miami president
Dr. Henry King Stanford will
be principal speaker at March
24 Awards Luncheon in ihc
Columbus Hotel sponsored by
the Miami Committee on Ecol-
ogy and Beautification, chair-
man B. Albert Pallet has an-
nounced. Dr. Stanford and Dr.
Frederick Richardson, director
ol the Mailman Center for Child
Development, will receive
awards lor their contribution to
the medical institution; a Hu-
manitarian Award will be pre-
sented to a. L. Mailman of Hol-
lywood, benefactor of the Cen-
ter. Reservations to the lunch-
eon are being taken by Secre-
tary .Mrs. LizalM'th .Miirtcll.
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Two Miami area men have
been named to the highest honor
group of the Home Life Insur-
iii Company, New York, for
outstanding sales achievements
during 1971. They are Marvin S.
Newmark, CLU, of North Miami
Beach, and William Rafkind.
CLU, of Miami. At a ceremony
in the company's Miami agency
recently, they were presented
with silver President's Council
Summit plaques.
AT&T Taps Debutts
As Chairman; Lilley
Is Elected President
I-awrcnce B. Sheffey, vice presi-
dent of Southern Bell, announced
this week that John D. Debutts,
56, has been elected chairman of
the board and chief executive of-
Ticer of American Telephone and
Telegraph Co., effective April 1.
Mr. Debutts. vice chairman of the
board of AT&T since 1967, suc-
ceeds H. I. Romncs, who is re-
tiring.
AT&T directors also elected
Rolicrt D. Lilley. 59. president of
the company and William L. Lind-
holm, 57, vice chairman.
The AT&T headquarters r.rga-
i ni/ation will be restructured into
three major departmental group-
ings. Reporting to Mr. Lilley will
be those departments responsible
for the company's financial and
regulatory activities and the con-
duct of its relationships with em-
ployees and the public.
A second grouping, reporting to
Mr. Lindhnlm. will include depart-
ments responsible for assuring the
quality of Bell System service and
the effective management of re-
sources necessary to provide it. In
addition, he will be responsible for
coordinating the activities of the
| Bell System's national units
I Western F.lectric Bell laboratories
I and long lines toward common
' objectives.
The third grouping, reporting to
Cornelius w. Owens, executive
vice president, will iv responsible
: for corporate planning, including
market and service planning, orga-
nization studies, business research
and the application of economics
and management science to the
solution of business problems.
Also on April 1, Robert W. Ehr-
I lich, currently secretary of the j
any, will become director of!
corporate planning studies, report-
ing to Mr. Owens. Frank A. Tint-
son, Jr. general attorney, will be-
come secretary In addition to his j
duties in the legal department and.
as secretary, will report to Mr.
Debutts.
Mr. Debutts, expressing his con-
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System service, responsibility to
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3earing strong resemblance to the color
scheme which Ford racing and rally cars
have campaigned in Europe, the new Pinto,
foreground) Maverick, (right) and Mustang
Sprints are beginning to appear on South
Florida streets. Red, white and blue interior
and exterior motifs, along with dual racing
mirrors, whitewall tires and special uphol-
stery will be standard. In addition, a second
Mustang will be available with mag-tyue
wheels. F60-1S raised white letter tires and
competition suspension. t
Ford Dealers Introducing
Four New Models This Week
r'ar conscious South Floridians
v.i.l be in for new sights shortly
with this week's introduction of
row models by the Ford dealers
.. Dado and Bruward counties.
The four new "ponies" arc the
Pinto wagon and Pinto, Maverick
and Mustang Sprints.
Expert Dog Grooming
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I now tub-compact wagon as "fill*
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| Florida area.
"We've found that there is a
vary large number of people look-
I ing for a station wagon of this
I size," he said. "In almost every
ise. a buyer seeking this size
A Ford gpokeaman cited the wagon has had to go to a foreign
manufacturer, but now the South !
Florida Ford dealers offer them a j
domestic choice."
The new wagon will be avail- '
able in Dade and Broward coun-
ties in both bt.sic and Squire ver-
sions about March 17.
While the new Pinto has the
same wheelbase as the regular
Pinto sedans, the wagon has a 9.7 I
inch increase in the overall length !
to add to the cargo area. Standard
equipment includes a 2.000 c.c on- '
gine and four speed transmission,
with automatic available as an op-
tion.
The new Mustang, Maverick
and Pinto Splints bear strong col-
or scheme resemblance to the ears
used by Ford in racing and rally
competition in Europe. The Sprints
arc on display now.
There arc 10 Ford dealers in
Dade and Broward counties be-
tween Pompano Beach ami Per-
rine.
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+J Friday, March 10. 197:
Histadrut Third Seder
To Honor Moe Levins
Greater Miami Jewry will cele-
brate the 24th anniversary of Is-
rael's independence Sunday. April
2, when the Israel Histadrut Coun-
dl of South Florida holds its Third
Seder banquet at the Fontaine-
bleau Hotel, president Samuel
Feinstein announced Wednesday.
More than 1.000 persons at- j
tended the Third Seder event in
Miami Beach last year, making it
the second largest such celebra-
tion in the United States and the
largest Histadrut banquet in the
history of Florida, Mr, Feinstein
noted.
Mr. and Mrs. Moe Levin, guests
Of honor at the dinner, will receive
a special Histadrut award recog-
nizing their long service in be-
half of the Jewish community
here, the Labor Zionist movement,
Histadrut and the State of Israel.
An outstanding program of mus- j
ic and entertainment, produced !
by Ari Kaduri and featuring noted |
Cantor Sidor Belarsky. will share j
the spotlight at the Third Seder, j
which will highlight an updated
story of the Exodus from Egypl
and the current Immigration to
Israel of Soviet Jews.
Moe Levin, chairman of the
board of the Israel Histadrut
Council of South Florida and a
former president of the organiza-
tion, is president of a Faiband
branch and played a key role in
the recent formation of the United
Labor Zionist Alliance through a
merger of Farband. Poale Zion,
Habonim and other Labor Zionist
groups. He also has been a leader
in the establishment of the Israel
Histadrut Foundation and in the
highly successful Labor Zionist
campaigns for State of Israel
Bonds and the Combined Jewish
Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund.
Dr. Leon Kronish, national
chairman of the board of the His-
tadrut Foundation, will serve as
honorary chairman for the Third
Seder which will highlight cam-
paign efforts by the Israel His-
tadrut Counciicil in sup|xrt of the
South Florida Medical Center at
Beersheba and the Midrasha Sde
Boker project of Histadrut cele-
brating David Ben-Gurion's 85th
birthday.
Barton's Introduces New
Pastries For Passover
Fascell Calls For Defense Reappraisal
Rep. Dante B. Fascell has called
for close collaboration between
the between the Administration
and the Congress in undertaking
"a thorough reappraisal of U.S.
global security requirements" and
a "'realistic redefinition of nation
al priorities.' '
The Miami Congressman, a
ranking member of the House
Foreign Affairs Committee, said
that President Nixon's visits to
Peking and Moscow, and the scal-
ing down of the war in Vietnam,
"present us with a rare opportun-
ity to take a fresh look at the old
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strategies which have bound our
nation to expensive commitments
all around the world.
"Many of those commitments,"
he said, "should have been re-
viewed and revised years ago, but
preoccupation with Vietnam and
lack of effective communication
between the President and the
Congress made this impossible."
Dr. Beber Urges Opposition
Dr. Charles R. Beber, president
of the Greater M'amt Chapter.
American Jewish Committee, has
called upon its membership to op-
pose the questions on tvising anc*
Chool prayer amendments and to
support the question on quality
education being posed on the hallo,"
in the presidential primary Tues-
day.
Lenny Widowsky, Jr., 25, of
North Miami, has recorded two
songs written by his father, 'I'm
a Union Man" and "Cloud-
breath." An accomplished vio-
linist and guitarist, Lenny who
also did the vocalizing, was
concert master for the Miami
Beach Youth Symphony and
bandmaster at North Miami
High School in 1964.
Post Commanders.
JWVA Presidents
To Be Honored
Peter Bluesten of Hallandaie
Commander of the Department of
"Ni'iil'i. Jewish War Veterans o:
the U.S.A.. has announced thai all
i iming and outgoing command
ers and auxiliary presidents will
be honored at a banonet in lb*
Barcelona Hotel. Miami Beach, on
Sunday, March 25.
Maurice Weinman of Miami
Beach, JWV's national adlutant
and past commander of Miami
Beach Past 330. has been named
chairman of the affair. Reserva-
tions mav be made through post
and auxiliary officers.
The Department of Florida's
quarterly meeting of the Council
f Administration will be held at
9:30 a.m. Sunday. March 26, in
Unified Hall, North Miami Beach j
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Passover Mandel Brorlt. Egg
Dchataft)m ;*:'. ^sspsjed .V^ok'-vi
are three of t!~e many new delic-
ious pastries which Barton's is in-
troducing tills year. They arc ele-
gantly packaged for gift giving
and they are pane, as all Barton's
Passover cakes are, which means
that they may be eaten with meat
or dairy meals.
The Mandel Brodt, to
slices of cake generously studded
with cherries, pecans, walnut and
raisins, are made from an oLc-1
world recipe. The Passover Eg ;
Kiohelach are light and fluffy puffs
with a sprinkling ol m jar crys-
tals. 'The Kichelach also come in
dtetlc, no sugar added.) Barton's
Passover Cookies, a new assort-
ment this year, features almond
fillings, filbert horns, marzipan,
mocha fingers and macaroon ro-
settes.
Also available for the rolidays
from Barton's own bakery are a
13 oz. Honey Cake, a box of Minia-
ture Layer Cakes, a package of 40
Petit Fours, and Cup Cakes.
More than 40 chocolate assort-
ments and specialties will be avail-
able for Passover, including the
Jerusalem Assort men 1. which has
a variety of lucious centers tnHnd-
inc exotic cremes, fruit cordials.
orange fantasy ami toasted nuts,
the.Bjpn -. >tte miniatures, ahnoiyi
kisses, TV munch, marshmallow
fluffs, nuts and fruit assortment.
chocolate matzos, Viennese krunch,
matzo balls, the chocolate confec-
tion by Barton's, and Seder mints.
For the children, Barton's will
feature a Pa>sover Surprise Bag.
an embossed chocolate Seder |
chocolate pops in I he shape of th<
four sons of the Passover story:
and a large assortment of solid
ami hard filled candies.
All Barton's products are Kosher
for Passover, as they are year
round, and are made under thi
supervision of the Union of Ortho-
dox Jewish Congregations of
America, livery package bear.-, the
seal of Kashruth.
.
Art Professor To Speak
Prof. Patrick D. DcLong, head
of the Art Department at Miami-
Dade Junior College, will speak
on "Contemporary Art: A Visual
Link with the Past" at the Art
Forum of the Miami Beach Art
Club. Inc The meeting is sched-
uled for 7 p.m. Tuesday in the Ro-
tunda R torn of the Miami Beach
Public Library, 210o Collins Ave
A 'mission is free.
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Friday. March 10, 1972
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Page 13-C
"IN THE MIDDLE EAST I LEARNED A STARK AND SIMPLE TRUTH:
THE SECURITY OF ISRAEL IS CLOSELY RELATED TO THE
SECURITY OF THE UNITED STATES."
Senator Edmund S. Muskie
Denver, Colorado, June 26, 1971
"When I left Israel, I felt
something in my heart that I
had known in my head for a
long time. I felt Israel's
urgent, moral claim on our
support not merely the
support of our words, but the
support of our deeds."
"As long as I have any
influence on the course of
this nation's history, I will do
everything I can to guarantee
that the children of Israel
have and hold their promised
land."
"Both our policy and our
strength must remain constant
so Israel can become as
certain of our support as she
is of her own resolution."
"The Security Council's action (against Israeli efforts to punish terrorist attacks from Lebanese soil) was un-
fair. The injustice of a resolution which castigates Israel yet fails even to mention the bloody provocation
is obvious. I find it particularly disturbing that the U.S. Government should vote for such a resolution,
after an unsuccessful attempt to tone it down." Senator Muskie, Miami, March 3, 1972
?
"We must back
Israel's demand for
defensible borders.
Israel needs ..
the security of m
frontiers that are a
shield against
attack instead of
an invitation to
aggression."

"We must assure Israel of enough power to deter renewed war. The right aim is to stop the arms race in
the Middle East. But arms control on one side and an arms increase on the other will only tighten the
tensions and encourage more bloodshed and violence. That would threaten our own security and that
is another reason why we must secure the strength of Israel."
Ed Muskie the One Democrat who can unite our party and win in November.
MUSKIE for PRESIDENT
IPull Lever 9-A On Tuesday, March 14,1972
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* ten is? If let id/an
Obituarie*
LEGAL NOTICI
LEGAL NOTICE
Friday. March 10. 1972
LEGAL NOTICE
WESTIN
EJtta of .\l.li. panned rtway Thura-
day March z. She was very acUve
member of Temple Beth Bhotom of
M.lt. Member of Hadassah, the hoard
nf the Biaterhood of Temple H. ih
Bholom and of the American Jewish
Congress. Survived by eon, Alan V
VV'eHtln, sisters Mrs. -Mary Bberr of
M.B, Grandchildren David U, Pebra
a.. and Jeremy 8. Services were held
Friday at Rlveralde Memorial Chap-
el 1936 Alton Bd. with further ssrv-
Ici and Interment in N. V.
ROSENTHAL
Joseph, SI, of Burfalde, passed away
Thursday, .Mar. 2, a zo year resident
formerly of Israel Father-in-law of
ex-Mayor Jay Dormer of M.B. Be is
survived by his widow Mrs. Rlvka,
son Dr. Ammon of Chestnut Hill,
Mass.. Jack of Miami. daughter Mrs
Yaffa Rosenthal Dermer, M.B. and
eight grandchildren. Funeral serv-
ices were hold Friday at Riverside
Memorial Chapel 1930 Alton Road,
followed by further services and In-
terment In Oedera, Israel.
kass, Annie, s:,, 1411 Ocean Dr.,
M.H. Blasberg.
TEPPEHBERC, Harry, 7t. 77Hi
'Carlyle Ave.. M.B. Riverside.
B1CK. Nelson, Nil Collins Arc,
M li Blasberg.
BRANT. Rebecca, 74, 602 Euclid Ave.,
M.B. Riverside.
desberc, Rena, 77, 1790 B.W. Slat
si. Riverside,
DORKIN, Sadie, 89, 1435 Collins
Ave., M.B. Newman.
GRAF. Beatrice M., 7*. 7". K. B7th St.,
Hlaleah. tlordon,
HELLMAN, Helen, 79, 9801 Collins
. Aye.. Burfalde. Newman.
INGBERG. Dave, 1142 Pennsylvania
Ay.-., M.B. Blasberg.
JACOBSON. Helen* P., 54, of M.B.
Rlveralde. Interment Alt Sinai
LOTTMAN. Sam. 77. 1...... (Veal Ave
M. II. Newman.
NEUSTEIN, Sadye, Bl, BOD 9th St.,
M.B, Blasberg. Interment Mi
Nebo.
SHEYER, Qrayce, of M.B. Riverside
stein. Claire. 85, l'""I Collins Ave.,
M.B. Riverside.
yanowitz. Samuel, ", of \ ,\i p..
Rlveralde.
2ACK, Maxlne Bchulman, ',l'. 1985
Ocean Dr.. M.B. Newman
ALPERN. .Max. 72. 2301 Collins Ave.,
M.B. Illnsherg.
BLOOMBERG. Isaac, RS, 2(18 Collins
Ave., M.B Newman.
FIDELMAN. Charles, ve, of M.B.
Rlveralde.
FRANK, Ferdinand. 88, 1881 Wash-
Ington Ave.. M.B Rlveralde.
GOTTESMAN, Clara Mailer. 7:'. 353
Meridian Ave., M.B. Newman,
Interment Ml. Nebo
KRIESMAN, William. 98, Of N.M.B.
Riverside,
FOX
UNVEILING
Memorial unveiling services
for
MAX FOX
will be held at the
LAKESIDE MEMORIAL
CEMETERY
N.W. 25th Street and
N.W. 102nd Ave. en
Sunday, March 12th at
2 o'clock Sharp
with Rabbi Joseph Gorfinlcel
officiating.
Friends and relatives are
asked to attend.
, ROBINSON, Sally. 85, ".4......ullins
Ave m li Newman.
SCHMERER. Harry. 77, 1091 Collins
Ave M. B. Newman.
SCHUSTERMAN. Morris. 7". 1031
Euclid Ave M.B. Blasberg.
WEBER, Paul A :,:, 1220 N.W.
I7.',tli St.
yaffe. Elisabeth, 32, 7617 &W. 102 nd
Place. Cordon.
AARON, Morris. 7a. ......!< Collins Ave ,
M.B, Blasberg.
BUTLER. Leonard, 71, of Coral
(fables. Riverside. Interment ,\it.
Nebo.
geier, Bamuel, si, :,i" (Vesl Ave .
M.B, Riverside.
GOLDSTEIN, Anna. 7fi, all:! Meridian
Ave M.n. Rlveralde
ISAACS, Florence, of Burfalde. River-
side.
kessel. Gerry w.. 76, ol M.B.
Riverside.
litman, David, sn, of M.B. River-
side. Int, rmeiit Mt. Nebo.
MINNEMAN. l.yilla. 77, 3631 Collins
Ave, M.B. Riverside.
SCHNEIDER, Judith. 7"J, 7S0(. Hard-
ing Ave., M.B. Hlnshcrg.
SCHwarzberg. Abraham, sn, urn
Bhtctld Ave. MB. Newman. Inter-
nient Mt. Nebo.
SILVERING, Julius, 82, ROM S.W.
Miih St. Blasberg.
SNYDER. Belma O. 7. 6813 Collins
Ave. M.B. Riverside.
ZlTNER, Samuel, 82, of M.B. River-
side
COHEN. Morris w 78, of N.M.B.
Riverside. Interment Mt. Nebo
FARKAS. Samuel, 72, T960 Tatum
Waterway, M.B. Rlveralde.
feingold. Jacob C, 7::. 5966 B.W.
7tli St. Gordon. Interment Mt Nebo,
GIBSON. Samuel .1 7:-. 1338 Lenox
Ave M n. Blasbent.
HALL. Morris. 63, 61..... S.W. 85th
Ave Blasberg.
LABOW. Tlllle, 72. 3024 S.W. 1st Ave
I lordon.
-ROSE. Michael, 78, it:..... Blscayne
Blvd., Ninth Miami. Rlvi I
SEROTTA. Anna.. 79, 1851 N.B
173rd St N.M I! Riverside,
SIMKOVITZ. Wolf, 68, 7630 Dickens
Ave M.B. Riverside.
SOMMER, Aaron, 71. 12 N E. 804th
St
SPERLING. Bather k'., 70, of M B.
i:i\ erslde.
stepner, Minnie, 70, 1800 Wash-
ington Ave.. M B Rlveralde,
Tivis, George, 77. 1100 Collins Ave.,
M.B. Riverside
WASSERSTROM. Emll, 69, 5825 Col-
Itns Ave M.B Riverside
WOLFE. Dora, 88, 640 Pennsylvania
Ave m B Blaabenr,
zackowitz. Barney, >:.".. 320 Klnga
Point Dr.. N.M.B, Riverside,
DAVIS. Fanny Helen. s7. of Mil.
Riverside.
LESSER. K.lvthe. Riverside.
NEWMAN. Regina, 85 of MR.
Riverside.
ROTH. Elisabeth M.. 66, of Opa-locks
Riverside.
SILBERSTEIN. Martin. 88, 4040
Collins Av..., Mil. Rlveralde.
WEINSTEIN. Phllln 89, 910 Weal
Ave M it. Riverside,
BOSKIN, Sadie. 7ti, 7'!l Abbotl Ave.
M. B.
BRANDSTATTER. Arnold. 76, of Ml!
Riverside. Interment Star of
l'avld.
FIDI ON. Anna, X.-,, 336 Collins Ave..
M.B. Cordon.
GEVIRTZMAN. Joseph. 81, 1131 Col-
lins Ave MB. Riverside.
GREENBERG. Gears*, 64, 8385 S.W.
4'st Ter. fiordnn. Interment Mt.
Sinai.
JOBES. net-trod*. 69, 3463 Plnetr.
Dr.. M.B. Riverside.
PESKIN. Milton, 64. 7666 S \V sL'nd
St. Blnshenr.
SHERMAN. Wnrrv. 71. 1100 Weal
Ave. M.B. lUverslde.
STEINBERG. Irvine. 70, lfil.i Miami
Hardens T>r. Ulnshenr.
AI TMARK. Samuel. R7, SI la Cresnl
Blvd.. MR Cordon.
EAGLE. Michael. 71, 828 37th at ,
Mil Riverside.
HOFFMAN. Emll. 83. "080 N.E 167th
Bt, n M.n.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring In engage in
business under the fictitious name of
BUSDBL at P. O, Box 287, North
Miami Beach, Fla. intend to register
said name with the Clerk of tin- Cir-
cuit Court of Dud,* County, Florida.
ROBERT" DELGADO
1SMAEI. ursylKT
2 25 3/3-10-17
KUSHNER, Benjamin, 72. KM Ab-
bott Ave.. M.B,
RICHMAN. Rose. 77. MSA S.W. 1st
St. Gordon. Interment Star of
David.
ROSENBAUM, Louis, 89, of X.M.B.
Riverside.
SINGER. Jacob, 77. of M.B. River-
slue.
ZIMMERMAN, Benjamin, of Cornl
Gables. Rlveralde. Interment star
of Dn\iil.
GELB
MONUMENTS INC.
Open [very Day Closed Sabboth
140 SW 57th Ave. MO 1-8583
Mioir.i'j Only Strictly Jewish
Monument Dealer
Palmers
Miami Monument Company
3279 S.W. 8th Street, Miami
444-0921 444-0922
Open Sunday thru Friday
Personalized Memorials Custon
Crofted in our own workshop.
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 t. present any claims and de-
mands whieh you may have again"!
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 hs provided in Section 733.16,
Florida Statutes, in their offices in
the County Courthouse In Dade Coun-
ty, Fkirl.ln. within six calendar
months from the time of the fir*t
publication hereof, or the same will
, lie barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 16th
day Of February. A.D, 1973.
Harriet COHEN, Co-Bxecutris
PAULA LEEDS, Co-Bxeoutrtt
As Kxeeutriees
First publication of this notice on
the -". day of February, I9W.
Ki'HT WBLLI8CH, Attorney at Law
Attorney for Estate of EDWARD
A. COHEN, DEC.
167 Almerla Avenue
Coral liable-, I'la. 33184
J 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 I(K: THE MARRIAGE OF
\ I BFRT F. SULIJVAN,
iin-i.....d,
and
NELLIE LEE SI'I.I.IVAN,
WIFE
YOU NEL1 IB LEE SCI I.IVAN
a k a NELLIE W. CKRARD. 2112
South Dixie Road, Daltnn, Georgia,
HIE HEREBY NOTIFIED to file
your written defense to this Dissolu-
tion of Marriage with Ihe Court'*
clerk and serve a onpy upon Plain-
tiff's Attorneys, VON ZAMFT &
SMITH. 1512 Capital Bank Bldg., Mi-
ami. Florida on or before the ::i da)
of March. 1973, else the Petition will
be iak- n as confessed.
DATED: FEB. 17 1972.
K. B. LRATHHRMAN, CLERK
BT: c P. COPB1 \M)
11, hum- cterh
(Circuit Court Seal)
" T. 8 3-10-17
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
NO. 71-4783 (Primm)
in RE:
ESTATE OF
HARRY CANTOR,
Deceased.
NOTICE OF FINAL REPORT
AND APPLICATION FOR
DISCHARGE
To ALL Wilt HI IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice is hereby given that BAUL
L can'ti in as Ancillary Executor ol
Hi, above Estate has completed his
administration and has filed in this
Curt his final Report and Application
io,- Discharge Objections, if any,
should he filed with this Court. After
filing Proof of Publication showing
that Ibis Notice has been published
once a week for four consecutive
weeks, ihe matter of approval of the
report, the ordering of distribution of
the Estate, and the final discharge of
RAUL L CANTOR as Ancillary Exe-
cutor Will com.- before the Court.
SAIL L CANTOR
Ancillary Executor
SPARSER, ZEMEL, ROBKIN AND
HBILBRONNER P.A.
mo North Blscayne
.Miami. Florida 38133
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLOBIDIAN.
3/9-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious names ,,f
IMPORT AUTOMOTIVE and IMI'uRT
CAR at number is.ijn I'.isiayn. Itoule-
; vard. in the city Of Miami. Florida,
. Intends to register said names with
the clerk of the circuit Court of Dade
i 'nuiily, Florida.
Dated at .Miami. Florida, this
24th day of February. 1972.
IMPORT SERVICE AND
REPAIR CtUtPOn ITION
By: Richard LOPEZ, President
ARTHUR S DAVIS, Esi.i
M-110 Mis, a> in- Rldg.
19 West Flagler Street
Miami, Florida.
Attoi ney for Applicant (35S
:i 3-10-17 l
NOTICE UNDEFi
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVKN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engi
business under the fictitious mime id
R \- K CONSTRI'CTIOS Bl l"""l W.
, Flagler Street, Miami, Fla. Intends In
register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court ,.f Had. County,
Florida.
JI'LES RECK
. Miriam Reckerman
Attorney for applicant
1895 S.W. 3rd Ave.
.Miami, Florida
i '.> 3 3-10-17
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 .if
\ VT HEKKOWITZ.
Deceased,
To All Creditors nttd All Persons Hav.
inn Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and it.
Mimed to present any claims and de.
mauds whieh you may have agalnat
m, estate of NAT IU-:RK')WITZ di
leased late of Dade County, Florid;,,
K, the County Judges of Dad. Coui
ty, ami file the same in duplicate and
a's provided in Section 733.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices In the Com,.
Iv Courthouse Dade County. Florid:,
u ill,in six calendar months from
the lime of Ihe first publication here-
of, or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 1C
day of February. A.D. 1972.
BALLY BERKOWm
As Administratrix
First publication of this notice on
the is day of February, 1971
CHARLES KANTOR
Attorney for Administratrix
120 Lincoln Road, Miami Reach, Fla,
2/18-25 8 3-in
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THL
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO. 72-3614
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN REl Till': MARRIAGE 'F
SAMI'KI. KRAMER,
illld,ami.
and
MARY ESTHER KRAMER a/k/a
MIRIAM ESTHER KRAMER,
Wife.
YOU MART ESTHER KRAMER
a/k/a MIRIAM ESTHER KRAMER,
246 East I7S Street, Itronx, 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
Plaintiffs Attorneys, VON ZAMFT *
SMITH. 1T.I2 Capital Hank Bldg., Mi-
ami, Florida on or before the 31 day
of March, 1972, else ihe Complaint
will be taken as confessed.
DATED: FEB. 18, 1971,
E I! 1 EAT1I EI'.M \N. CLERK
BY: R. M. KISSES
Denuty Clerk
icireudjjfourt 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
and
ELEANOR GREENSPAN, wife
TO: ELEANOR GREENSPAN
1270 East 18th Street
Brooklyn, New York 11130
TOD ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riagc has been filed against you and
you are required lo serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to it
on Robert ii. Hums, attorney for
Petitioner, whose address is 866 Lin-
coln Rd., Miami Beach, Florida and
file the original with the clerk of
the above styled court on or before
March 81, 1973: otherwla.....l.lault
will be entered against you f,- the
relief demanded In the complaint or
This notice shall be published ........
each Weak for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of saiil COUri at Miami, Florida on
this Is day of February. 1972
E D. I.EATHER.MAN.
As l 'l.-rk, ClrCUil Court
Dade Count v. Florida
By L BNEEDHN
As Deputy Clerk
li "ir.im i '.,urt S, all
ROBERT II. BURNS, ESQIIRH
am Lincoln Rd
Miami Beach. Fla
Attorney for Petitioner
2 25 3 3-10-17
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
l'-!^.';'.',.",.'""1''1' "" fictitious name af
KOSHER MAGIC POOD al 1430 Cleve-
land Road. Miami Beach, Fla. in-
tends I,, register said name with the
Clerk of n. Circuit Court .,f Dude
County, Florida.
ELLEN FRITZ
" < I" 17
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIYEN that
the undersigned, desiring lo engagi In
business under the fictitious name of
CARMEN MAIM RcilTP.HE at 1166
W. 68th St., Apt, E (it k a 11 |v W
68ih Si. i Hlalean, l-'la. Intend In regis-
ter said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dado County, Florida
CARMEN SI ISA M .
MARY NICOLAS BELTRAN
_______________________ 3/3-10.17-24
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, di siring.....igage In
business under the fictitious name of
CREATIVE WOMAN at 4500 N.W
135th St., Opa-Locka. Fla. intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida
GREENLAND STCDI08, INC.
I'.y. Manuel tinenwald. Pres
_______________ ,:t 8-10-17-24
, NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
IN RF-VIL ACT,ON no- 72-1612
RAMON I.OR1IMJ
Plaintiff
anil
ANTHONY YAl.I.Eau.l
I.OI1SF. VAI.I.E
ROBERT G. GILBERT and
WII.I.LYM GRAVES
Defendants
TO: ANTHONY VAI.I.E and
l.OFISE VAI.l i;
726 Hmihiii Road
Loa Angeles. California
, YOU ARE IIEREI1Y NOTIFIED
that an action for SPECIFIC l'FR-
!- -RMANCE for the sale of" '
A I'ortlon of "WESTERN MIAMI
SECTION ,:- ,,......d.,1 i"|.|:,i
SPwSj&J8!fe :;:, i""1 Portion
of WESTERN MIAMI SECTION
1) as reeorded in Plat Rook 30
al Page I. both of the Public Rec-
ords f Dade County, Florida, and
being more particularly described
as Allows: The Bast <:. t ,,.
East u ol the Southeast ', ,,f Sec-
tion_8S, To,,ship S3 South, Range
39 East, less the S. lull feel t|.
HS. i feet and less the external
area or a langential circular curve
eon,av, to jhe NW, having .- ra-
dius of 4.." feel and being tangent
to lines that are Inn f,.,.| vc ,,f
and parallel with the E line of
the said BE ',: and 100 fee! \
of and parallel will, i|. s line
"' ."" said BE i,. all lying and
being ,,, i,..|0 county Florida
has been filed against you and you
are reiiulred to >,,. ,.,,.,,. ,,f "
&&&&&&
in Plaintiff whose address is 141.
". Way Miami. Florida 8314S, and
"le he or,g,m,| WJ,h ,|.....|,.,.|. f ,,'
,',' ':; ""'.rwlse a default will he I
ni,i.d avahtal you for the relief
demanded in t|. ,,,,nnlain.
eJb'w";;'1'," sl':'" punished........
.nil u,el, for four .-..ns..,.,,,, v, ,...kll
Ml, ''". "U'SH '"llll'iAN "S
WITNESS my hand and Ihe seal
-"..a1;'or1 ,.::;,.-v^r1- '-''"......n
B. I! I EATHERMAN
As Clerk, Circuit court
Dade County, Florida
Bj I S DePIRTRO
. As n,'PU1y Clerk
[I 'i' nil Curt Seal I
Haul .1 Valdes-Faull. Bso
Attorn..y for Plaintiff
'in Coral Way
Miami. Florida 3314n
Telephone: KM.3474
1 ,,, ,-
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 72-749
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Estate of
ISIIM >R PI.ATNICK'
Deceaaed,
To All C, .liiors and All Person- Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any olaims and de<
mauds which you may have against
ihe estate of I8IDOR PfjlTNICK de-
ceased late of Dn'le County, Florida,
to Ihe County Judges of Dad.- Coun-
ty, ami file the sane- in duplicate and
ns provided In Section 738.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices In the Coun-
ty Courthousi in Dade County, Flor-
ida. U'lthln six calendar months from
Ihe lime of Ihe first publication here-
of, or the sain,- will he barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida. Ihi- 16th
day of February, AD 72
Joseph Pint lib li
A- Exei uioi
publication of this notice on
the 111 1I11. nl Fi bruai 1. IU72.
SI,el.lol, N. l.-l.hllk
lot 1 \ foi Exi culnr
IH W. Flagler St., Miami. Fla
: IH-25 3 ::-l"
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 72-3401
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In R, The Marriage 1 if:
l.ul'IS LEI.IO SAINTII.. husband
and IniRoTIIY M SAINTII., wife.
TO: DOROTHY SAINTII,
Uesldein I 'nknow 11
YOC ARE HEREBY' notified that
a Petition for Dlssolutl......1 Mar-
riage has been filed against >"ll. and
you .,', i,e,.-i,\ required lo serve a
copy "f your answer or other plead-
ing ni the petition on the Husband's
attorney, LESTER ROGERS, whose
address Is 1 r.4 N.W. I?ih Avi in.
Miami. Florida 33126, and file 1I10
original with the Clerk of tin above
styled court, on or before thi- 27 day
of March, 1972. or a Default will h.
en!.,. .1 agalnsl j ou.
DATED this 16 day of February,
1972.
E. IV LEATHERN \N
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: N A HEWETT
(Clrcull court Baal)
! IS-!] :: .l-in
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:
I ESI.IE PHANOINB. Husband
and VIRGINIA CHAKOINB
wife.
To: VIRGINIA CHANOINB
H< neral Post 1 ifflce
Nassau. Rabalnas
YOC ARE HRRBRY notified that
a Petition for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against rou. and
you are hereby required lo serve a
copy of your answer or other plead-
ing to the Petition on ihe Husband's
attorney, LESTER ROOF.RS wbose
Min^r ,'m ?i" SL'W- ,T,h Avenue.
Miami. Florida 33136, and file the
onglnal with the Clerk of -he obovo
f M.inh, R.,2 r a Oefnult will he
entered against vim
,9JATBD this 11 nay ,.f February.
E B lEATIIKRMAN
< l.-rk of ti. circuit Curt
">: N A HEWETT
Ireull Court Baal)
"-' [8-25 3 ::-is
_,-JUSKJCi UNDER
V,,..F, CJ'T'OUG NAME LAW
NOTRE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
he undersigned, desiring to engag?fn
PBOF&i5mvrJne "-"'" 'tame of
FH.OPB8HIONAL ART sipi'in-s -,t
, TL*rl"> Stxelt in
gist i|,":""' Plnrt"*- Inlenda to
uis 1 Kald name with the Clerk of
I1.;:;,,:,1;-'"" coun ,.r ,.. Co,
da^rFenhru,r?f,l,97-P,0rldn' "" ,8th
V-'vin;^^;--1--
... v"['.'' y f'" A"!>heanl
' s laseayi,,. Roulevard
Miami. Fla. :;:ii37
ATTORNEYS!
ATTENTION
fot MtsstNGtK sahrxi
len>isli flnriaUaun
solicits your legal notices
Weappreciateyour
patronage and guarantee
accurate, service at ideai
rates.
Dial 373-4605


Friday. March 10. 1972
*Jf1*tMcridlic*in
Page 15-C
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
NO. 72-3022
NOTICE OF ACTION
I IN RE:
Tin- Marriage f mani'ki.
\'A/.' 'I'KZ. Husband ;illil
sisa'n VAZQL'EZ. Wife.
TO: SUSAN VA2XJUEZ
I : Broadway Si.
Lowell, .MaM.
Yen AUK HEREBY NOTIFIED
lhal a IVtilion fur Dissolution o( Mnr-
age has been Mad, naming you an
Respondent. :""' -v"u an' required 10
Erve a copy of your Answer or other
ludiiiK>i '>n the Petitioner's Attorney,
Bhcah a. white, whose business.
addr", >s is: ;;" Roberts Building, 28
West Flnglcr Street. Miami. Florida,
ad lil.- tin- original Answer or plead-
s in the office of the Clerk Of the
Circuit Court, on or before the U4
Jay of March, 1*72. If you fail lo do so.
u-igm- :-< by Defuull will be taken
aguiust you for the relief demanded
In the lviiiion.
This notice Khali be published once
each week for four (4) consecutive
,, k.- In THE JEWISH FI.OIUDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED thin 11 day
Of Feb.. 1*75.
K. R IJCATHEKMAN.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dude County. Florida
By: N. A, HEWETT
Ah l i.-|.iii> Clerk
irc.uil Court Seal)
CAR A. WHITE
lunw-y for Petitioner
k Roberta Building
l\Vi st Flintier Street
ami. Florida 23130
3/18-35 :!..'i-10
LEGAL NOTtCI
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
,<'
THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
|IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA--IN PROBATE
No. 72-680
(ARTHUR W. PRIMM)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
|U2: Estate of
; .1. FARBER
I), eased.
|All Creditor! and All Person* Hav-
Clnlms or Demands Agalnsl Said
lute:
iiu are hereby notified ami re-
red to present any rlaims ami dc-
i,i- which you may have agalnsl
leslute of LOUIS .1. FARRER de-
d late of Dade County, Florida,
|li, County Judges iif Dade County,
lil,- tin- aame hi duplicate and as
d In Section 733.10, Florida
lutes, in their offices In the Coun-
nurthouse in Dade County, Plor-
ivilhiu six calendar months from
|time same ^v i 11 be hatred,
ed at .Miami, Florida, thin 7 day I
liruary, A.D I97S.
Dorothy FARBER
BEVERLY FARRER
As Exccutrircs
i publication of this notice on
I is day of February, i^7J.
(.LANDER .x- BURNETT
ma RTIN BURNETT
urnev for Estate
In Koad Rldg.
hni Reach, Fla.
! IS-SS I 3-in
'THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
[IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA--!'. PROBATE
NO. 72-711 (BLANTONI
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
! HE Estate of
ll.l.Y WERDEN a k a
ll.l.V SCHRAM
All Creditor* and All Persons llay-
I'laims or Demands Against Said
late:
>u are hereby notified and ra-
nd to present any claims and de-
Ms which you may have against
state of SALLY WERDEN a.'k.'a
l.l.Y SCHRAM deceased late of
County, Florida, to the County
s of Hade County, and file the
in duplicate and as provided In ]
|l ion 7S3.lt, Florida Statutes In
offices in the County Courthouse
iDado County, Florida, within six
tndnr months from the time of
first publication hereof, or the
will be barred.
Paled at -Miami. Florida, this I day
ebruary, A.D. 197*.
STEPHANIE IRVINE
IVY V. SCHRAM DAI.TAS
As Kxeeutrices
'irst publication of this notice on
J I It day of February. 1!-?;.
iROI.D J. COHEN
prney for Till" Bxecutrles
"'..ral Way. .Miami. Fla. 3314S
: 444-tTvI
1 is--.-:. :: :t-m
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring lo engage In
business under the fictitious name of
BECK CONSTRUCTION OO. (not
in. i at 10001 West Plagler street.
.Miami. Fla. intends lo register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court iii Dade County, Florida.
JULES BECK
Miriam R.ol,,rniaii
Attorney tor applicant
lx:>.". 8.W. 3rd Ave.
.Miami, Florida
| _____________________2'1!". ". 3-10-17
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
Sl'SA-N LOl.'ISE SIDEIJNGER,
wife,
and
CLIFFORD F.A l:l. SIDBIJNOER,
husband.
TO: CI.IKFORI) KARL SIDEIJNGER
35 lilain.- Street
Northeast, Pennsylvania.
YOC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Petition for Dissolution of
Marriage has been filed agninst you
and you are hereby required to serve
a copy of your Answer thereto on Pe-
titioner's Attorney. Al.VIN S. C.VWN.
100 N. HiKcayne Blvd., Suite 1011. Mi-
ami. Florida, and file the original
Answer in the office of Court, on or
before the 31 day of March 1972.
otherwise a .hidcm. m by Default will
be entered against you.
Dated this IS day of February. I!i7'.'.
E. 11. I.KATHKRMAX. Clerk
By C. P. COPEI.AND
(OIRCriT COCRT SEAL)
Al.VIN S. CAWN
Attorney for Pel it inner
1U0 N. Biscnyne Blvd. Suite lull
Miami. Florida.
2 2:. :t J-10-17
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA.-IN PROBA 1 E
No. 72-674
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Estate of
i-lliBY ROSEN
lie, eased.
To All Creditor* and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Said
Estate: .. ,
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to presenl any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the .stale of i.ibby ROSEN deceased
late of Dad.- County, Florida, to the
County Judges of Dade County, and
file the same hi duplicate and as pro-
vided In Section 733.16, Florida Stat-
utes, in their offices in the County
Courthouse in Dade County. Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof, or
the same will he barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this IS
day of February. A.D. 1972.
AARON ROSEN
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
the 3 day of March. 1972.
PACL & THOMSON
Attorneys for Executor
1314 First National Bank Building
Miami. Florida 33131
3/3-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY (1IVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
NATIONAL FILTER CORP. al MIS
N 1: Snd Ave Miami. Fla. 33137 In-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the circuit Court of Dads
" ouniy. Florida.
Kin milI'd RLAIN
JAMES l>. SANTO
STONE & SOSTCHIN
Attorney* for Blain and De8nnto
1"1 N.W. 12th Avenu.
.Miami. Florida 33130
3/3-HI-17-24
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
ROBERT ARNOLD SAVAGE,
AND
SANDRA ELIZABETH savage.
Wife
VOP SANDRA ELIZABETH SAV-
AGE, c o Alii, H Branson, ISC6 Pop-
lar St., Ai.il.ne, Texas, ARE HERE-
BY NOTIFIED to file your written
defense 10 this divorce with the
Court's Clerk and serve a copy upon
Plaintiff's Attorneys, Vo.V ZAMFT
& SMITH, 151! Capital Bank Bldg.,
Miami, Florida on or before the 21 day
of March. 1972, else the Complaint will
be taken as confessed.
DATED: FEB. 14. 1972.
E B. I.EATHERMAN, CLERV
BY: R. .VI KISSEE
Deputy Clerk
H 'iivllit Court Seal!
2 '1S-25 :! ?.-!
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY U1VEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious uume of
NIZHONI. Art of the Indian at Store
1-B. Coconut drove Mall, 3418 Main
Highway, .Miami, Florida, intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dude County,
Florida.
DAVID MILIJCll
HARRIS ft SIRKIN. P.A
Attorneys for Applicant
12th Floor Dade Federal Bldg.
.Miami, Florida 33131
i/ii-as 3/3-10
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA -IN PROBATE
No. 72366 FRANK B. DOWLING
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
|In III-:: Estate of
<>i 1 ijion sa.m SHII.LEIt
Deceased.
All Creditor* and All Person* Hav-
ing claims or Demands Agalnsl Said
slate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
nands which you may have against
Ithe estate of SOIXJAION SAM SIUL-
ll.Ki: deceased late of Dad.- County,
Florida, to the County Judges of Dade
|Couiii>. ami file lb,- same in duplieale
laii'l as provided in Section 783.16,
.Florida Statutes, in their offices in
Ithe County Courthouse In Dade Cnun-
It*, Florida. within six calendar
months from the time of the first
Ipuoticitioii hereof, or the same will
|l>e barred.
0nt..I :.( Miami. Florida, this
IdaX'd February, A.D. 1972
.Mercantile National Bank of
Miami Reach
By: Robert ll. Bait man
As Executor
publication of this notice
1h4ll' ilny of February I972.
MbWx M Fiber
prney for Executor
i-ley Building
Florida 13131 173 I24M
2/1S-2.1 3'3-10
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring lo engage in
business under the fictitious name of
ANA Bl'PER .MARKET at 1394 N.W
2inh Street. Miami. Fla. Intends to
register said name with the 'Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
VICENTE PEREZ
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. 72-3936
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: Till-: MARRIAGE OF
ONEIDA .MARSEILLES. Wife
and
LEO I'AI'l. MARSEM LBS. Husband
Ti>: LEO l'AI'I. MARSEILLES
I Residence Inlmowu)
YOB ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you ore required to serve a copy ol
your written defenses, if any, to It
on Qulllermo Sostchln, Esq., attorney
for petitioner, whose address la 101
N.W. 12th Avenue. Miami. Fin., and
file the original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before March
81, 1972: otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the relief de-
manded in the complaint or petition.
This notice shall lie 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
_':', dav of February, 1972.
E B. I.EATHERMAN.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dad.- County. Florida
By N. A. HEW'ETT-
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Conn Seall
1 lulllermo Sostchln, Esq.
STONE & SOSTCHLN
101 N.w ii'tli Avenue
Miami. Florida 33130
Attorney for Petitioner
1 2S I 3-10.17
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA--IN PROBATE
No. 72-1058
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estute of
SAMUEL GOTTE8MAN
IHtceased.
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 mid de-
mands which you may have against
Hi, estate of SAMUEL GOTTE8MAN
deceased late of Dade Count v. Florida.
to the County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same in duplicate and as
provided ill Section 733.11'., 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 uill be barred.
Hated at .Miami. Florida, this 2S
day of February. A.D. 1972
ARLENE RAI'P
As Executrix
First publlcatl.....if this notice on
the 3 day of March. 1972.
JOSEPH 8CHMIER
Attorney for Estate
""> Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Fla.
3.3-10-17-24
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA--IN PROBATE
No. 72-1071
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
l.oi IS DRCCKER
l leceased,
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of LOUIS DRUCKBR de-
ceased late of Dade County. Florida,
to th' County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same in duplicate and as
provided in Section 728.16, 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
Dateil at Miami. Florida, this 21 day
of February, A.D. 1972.
s< 1111.1 m. Drucker
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the .'I day of March. IB72.
FAUNCE, FINK & FORMAN
Attorney for Executrix
IB02 Congress Building
Miami. Florida 33132
8/3-10-17-S4
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
Fl.OHIDA-.IN PROBATE
No. 71-1695 (Blanton)
IX RE: Estate of
LISA MILCH.
1 leceased.
NOTICE OF INTENTION
TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR
DISTRIBUTION AND
FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE la hereby given thai I have
filed Final Report and Petition for
Distribution anil Final Discharge as
Executor of the estate of LISA
MILCH, deceased: and that on the
27th day of .March, 1972, will apply
to the Honorable County Judges of
Dade County, Florida, for approval of
said Final Report and for distribu-
tion and final discharge as Executor
Of the estate of the a bo vc -na med de-
cdeiii. This 28rd day of February.
1972.
Elliott Harris. Executor
Lopez. Hannoil A: Harris
By: Elliott Harris
Attorney
Suite 202 ft
Miami. Fla
UGAl NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tha
Hi. unii, ralgned, desiring to engage m
business mid, r the fictitious name t
ROUTE MESSENOEK SERVICES,
INC. at I"".', Congress Building, .Miami,
Florida Intends to register said mime
with the Cl.rk of the Circuit Court it
D.oi.. 1 *ount3 Florida.
EDWARD K'l ItTZER, pnw,
DANIEL RBTTER, ESQ. ,
Attorney for Route Messenger
Services, Inc. J
inn.". Congress Building
.Miami. Florida 33132
2 11-IS-2.". 8/1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 72-411
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
JEN.SUC K. KCIM.N
l>ecensed. f
To All ruUtton and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Ueuue:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of JEX.N1E K. RL'DLN" de-
ceased lute of Dad.- County, Florida,
to the County Judg. of Dude County,
and tile the same 111 duplicate und as
provided in Section 733.16, Florid*
Statutes, in their offices in the CofJB>
y Courthouse in Dade County. Flor-
ida. Within six calendar months from
the time of in. first publication here-
of, or tile same will be burred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 14th,
daj "i February, A.D, IMS.
BEATRICE RUBIN
UNJO Liberty Avenue
Miami Beach. Florida 22130
As Executrix
First publication 01 this notice oa
the 1Mb day ol February. 1072.
.MELVIX F. FRANKEL
FRANKEL A\ l:\cil. p, A.
Attorney for Exeouirl* j
420 Lincoln Road
.Miami Reach. Florida 28139
: s*-::. :: 3-18
bells Building
33130
3
J.10-17-24
14
on
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
)TICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
undersigned, desiring to engage In
less under ihe fictitious name of
1.a OTTA al 420 s vv. 22nd Ave..
rti. Fla. intends to register said
with the Clerk of the Cli-cull
Of D:,de County, Florida
LEO flOlCOECHE \
|in Beckerman
for applli ant
:.\V. 3rd Av.
p, Fla
2/18-25 :; 3-10
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 72-940
JOHN R. BLANTON
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Estate of
HARRY KNOX.
11, cased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to presenl any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of HARRY KNOX, de-
ceased late of Dade County. Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade Coun-
ty, and file the same In duplicate and
as provided In Section 738.18 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
Dateil at Miami. Florida, this ISth
dav of February, A 11 1072
SHIRLEY KNOX
As Bxecutrlx
First publication of this notice on
the ::."i dav of February, 1972.
KURT WEL1.ISCH
Attorney for Estate of
HARRY KNOX, Dec
187 Almeria Avenue
Coral iables, Florida
I IS I 3-10-17
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 72-286
JOHN R. BLANTON
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
OBI 'ROE 1 WEN RONAWIT
Deceased.
To All Creditor* Bnd All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified ami re-
quired to pies,-lit any claims and de-
mands which you may have agalnsl
the estate of OEOROB OWEN RON-
AWIT deceased late of Dad,- County.
Florida, to the County Judges of Dnue
County, and file the same in dupli-
cate and as provided III Section 733.-
18, Florida Statutes, in their offices
iii the County Courthouse in Hade
County. Florida, within six calendar
months from the time of the first
publication hereof, or the same will
he barred.
Dateil tit Miami, Florid.1, this L-'.nl
day of February, A.D. 1972
Eunice Van Wyk
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the 1'.". day of February. 1!'72.
.MARX M. FABEIt
Attorney tor Executrix
BOr, Ailisley Building
Miami, Florida 83132
2 25 3 8-10-17
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desirl.ng lo engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Foremost Palm Path) Bar and Pack-
age store at l.'.lfi N.W. 27th Avenue.
Miami. Florida Intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
.MORTON SCHWARTZ
RICHARD KITLLA
SAN FORD II KRAMER
Attorney for Richard Kulla and
Marlon Schwartz
1/1-10-17-24
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 MARR1AUE OF
WILLIAM YEAOER, Husband,
and
THERESA YEAOER, Wife.
TO: THERESA YEA! IEH
I6S.1 Bilker Avenue
North Merrlck, New York llSflfl
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage lias I.en filed against you and
you are required lo serve a copy ol
your written defenses. If any. lo il
on Sylvan lloltzinnn. Esq., attorney 101
Petitioner, whose address is 1100 Con-
cord Building. Miami. Florida 33130
ami file the original with the clerk
of Ihe above styled court on or be-
fore March H. 1972: otherwise a de-
fault will be entered agalnsl you for
tin- 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 tall
13 dav of Feb.. 1972.
E. B I.EATHERMAN.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By: R. M. KISSEE
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
Sylvan lloltzman. Esq.
1;.....1111.1:1 & lloltzman
linn Concord Building
Miami. Florida 83180
Attorney for Petitioner
2 ix-2.-, ?.:. in
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name ..(
THE SI'RPRISi: LOUNOE at 4.11
N.W. 79th Street, Miami. Fla. in-
tends to register said nnme with the
cl.rk of the Circuit Court of Dade
1 'ounty, Florida.
VERONICA LEWIS
Miriam Beckerman
Attorney for applicant
189.1 s.w 3rd Ave.
Miami, Fla.
2 I8-2S 3.3-10
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PMOPERTY)
IN THE CIHCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-3265
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARKIAOE l)F
ISIDRtl ISARCIA, Husband
and
MIRTA ISARCIA, Wile
TO: .MIRTA I1ARCIA
Salud 211'- Apt, 4
llabana, Cuba
Yin ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
Hint an action tor Dissolution of Mar*
rlage lias been riled against y-,.u ami
you ar. required to serve a copy ol
your writ ten defenses, if any, to It on
(lulllermo Sostchin, altornej for Pe-
titioner, uho.i, address is |n| N.W.
12th Avenue. .Miami, Florida, and file
the original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before .March
-7. IB72; otherwise default will bo
cut.-i-.d against you for the relief de-
manded in ihe complain! or petition.
This notice shall in- published once
each e,k for four consecutive weeka
111 THE JEWISH FI.oHidiav
\\ ITNES8 my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on this ll>
dav 01 February, 1973.
E. B. LEA THERM AX.
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By: c P. ciiRFi.AND
As Deputy Clerk )
(Circuit Conn Seal)
1 dull. : lie. Sostchln, Esq.
STONE .V: SOSTCHIN
I"! N.W. 12th Avenue
Miami. Florida
2 18-23 2
3-10
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious nami ol
BINKER'S BIDE MOLDINGS al 42
S.E 8th Stict. Miami. Fla. Intend*
lo register said name with the Clerk
..I' the Circuit Court of Dad. County.
Florida.
MANUEL BINKER
:: (-10-17-24
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
1:1 "I'll FINEMAN,
I leceased,
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claim- or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to presenl any claims and de-
mands which vou may have against
the esta.....f RUTH FINEMAN .le-
ceased late of Dade County. Florida,
to Ihe County Judges of Dad.- Coun-
ty, and fib- the same in dnnli.ite and
as provided In Section 788.18, 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, in the same-will be barred.
Dated nl Miami. Florida, this
dav "f February, A D 1972
THE FIRST NATIONAL RANK
MIAMI
liv Olen E Smith
Vic- President
As Executor
First publication of this nntlci
th,. i< day of February, 1972
Sparber, Kernel, Roskln and
llellbroliliel. I' \
Attorneys for Thi Flral National
Bank of Miami
100 N Blscu) in l'.-'ub vard
Miami, Fla.
2 18-25 8 J-10
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLA.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-2170
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
THE MARRIAOE OF
I'AI I.ETTE FAKIC. Wile
and
D/.AFEI! FAKIC. Husband,
TO: DEAFER FAKIC
Residence I'llkllOlliI
Yor ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has I.....ii filed against you und
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to it on
MARSHALL B. FISHER, attorney for
Petitioner, whose address Is 9653 S.
Dixie Highway, Suite 80fl Miami. Flor-
ida, ami file the original with the
clerk of the above styled court on or
before April 3rd, 1972: oihcrwisi a
default Mill be entered against yoM
for the relict demanded in the com-
plaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for fout.....nsecutive weeks
in Tin: JEW ism FLORIDIAN,
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court nl Miami. Florida on thin
28 daj of February. IMS-
IS. B I.EATHERMAN,
.\~ Cl.rk. CircUll Court
Daile County, Florida
By N A IIEWETT
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seah
Marshall B Flatlet
Attorney for Wit'-
B55 S. Dixie Highway
Suite 3oo
.Miami, Florida ::::i iii
1/3-10-17-24
!Uh
OF
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN lhat
the undersigned, desiring to engage 111
business under the fictitious name of
B ,v i: HARNESS SUPPLY &
SPONGE COMPANY al 1418-18 Alton
Rnnd, Miami Beach, Fin Intends t->
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
on Florida.
BENJAMIN flM'CK
1:1:1 iVEII WBINSTEIN A
HTAUBER, P A
I :. She ruin StaUher
Attorneys for Benjamin Oluck
:: 'i I mi-->-I11 Road
1 Miami Beach, Florida
3-10-1T-U


Pago 16-:
vJmisti flcridiatn
r'riday. March 10. 1972
.. .
The East Coast Towers Gin Rummy Club
rides again.
Here they come. Rounding Collins Avenue and heading
for Hialeah. Out into a big bright world of sunshine.
And Flamingos. And photo finishes. And Sky
Mastersons. And the Winthrops. And dazzling silks.
And dashing thoroughbreds.
Nobody in the world has more fun than a group
of friends who break out of their regular routine
and get out to Hialeah.
They can share everything from the excitement
of watching a champion colt chase a new world's
record, to the cost of a $2.00 daily double ticket
on a couple of long shots.
So if you and your friends aren't doing anything
special today come on out to Hialeah.
Because Hialeah is something special.
And you can get here quickly from just about
anywhere in South Florida.
Post time is 1 p.m.
Call up some friends.
And get on your horse.
H ia lea h s open. Get on your horse.