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The Jewish Floridian ( March 17, 1972 )

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Friday. March 17. 1972
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LEHRMAN DAY SCHOOL SCHOLARSHIP BALL
Emil Morton Named
Honorary Chairman
Emil Morton, vice president of
Temple Emanu-Kl, has been
named honorary chairman of the
emm monroM
April 22 Scholarship Ball of the
i.ehrman Day Sd.ool. general
chairman Leonard Zilbert announ-
ced this week.
Mr. Morton, who will serve with
honorary cochaimien Samuel N.
Friedland, Matthew Kosenhaus
find Marry Fearlman, acted as
chairman of the building commit-
tee for the new Social Hall and
School Huilding of Temple Kmanu-
El and is one of the founder of
the Lehrman Day School.
Mr. and Mrs. Morton, active
leaders of the Opera Guild of
Greater Miami, will work closely
with Judge Herbert S. Shapiro.
Temple Emanu-EI president, and
Mr. Zilbert in plans lor the April
2-' event.
Robert I'-li.m. Irving Cowan and
Stephen Muss, all former general
chairmen of the Scholarship Hall.
i been named to a special com-
i ittee <> work with Mr. Zilbert
in planning for the S125-a-couple,
black tie dinner-dance.
Receptions have been held at
the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Letter
Mishcon and Mr. and Mrs. William
Gordon to organi/e committees
for the affair, an annual high-
light of the Jewish social and com-
munity calendar.
Dr. Irving Lehrman. in whose
honor the school is named and who
personally supervises all of its ac-
tivities, this week noted the com-
munity nature of the Lehrman
Day School and called for support
from non-temple members.
He i>ointed to the growing ac-
ceptance of the community He-
brew day school in American Jew-
ish organizations, and said "The
Lehrman Day School and its coun-
terparts are at the very founda-
tion not only of quality Jewish
edtication hut of the growth of
Judaism at home and in the
world."

Panel Discussion Set
"You Don't Have To Be Sick"
is the topic for a panel discursion
and oj>en forum at the Greater
j Miami Chapter meeting of tho
I American Natural Hygiene Soci-
ety, at 9:45 p.m. Tuesday in the
Washington Federal Auditorium.
I 11*{3 Normandy Dr. Also sched-
I uled are elections and the instal-
I at ion with past president Joseph
Brenner officiating Panel iiiem-
; hers are Robert Bordin, Shirley
Green and Anne Carol.
Singles Cocktail Party Sunday
Admission to the cocktail party
planned by the Sincrli Parents of
! Miami Beach Sunday from S:.'!0
p.m. to midnight in the Holiday
Inn, 2201 Collins Aw., will be
through the side door only, it has
been announced, singles, widowed
1 or divorced men and women 21-
1 IS are invited. Price includes one
drink, music for dancing.
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Residents Planned
A "Shalom" gala brunch for reg-
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The four-star program will in-
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Mrs. William K. Dorfman of
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man of the National Committee
for Youth Aliyah Fundiaising,
Hadassah'S representative to the
Welfare Board, will be the guest
speaker. Song stylist Lila Savitt
will perform on her accordion,
Reservations iv.av be made at
the Hadassah Center in the Mou-
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dian Creek Dr
David Pinski Oneg Shabbos
Author-lecturer L, Lasavin will
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Brotherhoods and chancellor of
ihe Jewish Chautaugua Soci-
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The Jewish Floridian
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
March 17, 1972

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
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).

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of South Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of North Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County
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Jewish Floridian of South County
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Preceded by:
Jewish unity
Preceded by:
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Succeeded by:
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~tFewish Florklian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 45 Number 11
Miami, Florida Friday, March 17, 1972
Three Section? Price zTJc
Administration Officials
Brief Editors, Publishers
WASHINGTON (JTAI
Deputy Assistant Secretary of
State Richard Davies urged
Jewish editors visiting the White
ilouse Monday to support the
; dministration's efforts to keep
p.live broadcasts by Radio Free
Europe and Radio Liberty be-
cause it is in the interests of
Soviet Jews.
Mr. Davies was one of a num-
ft ft
ber of administration officials
and presidential aides who brief-
ed a group of 89 American Jew-
ish editors and publishers who
had been invited to the White
House to hear and question ad-
ministration officials on mat-
ters of interest to the American
Jewish community.
Mr. Davies characterized So-
viet policy toward Jewish emi-
89 Jewish Newsmen f
| Visit White House j
WASHINGTON (JTA) Eighty-nine editors and publishers
of Yiddish and Anglo-Jewish newspapers and periodicals in the
United States and the Jewish Telegraphic Agency met with top
officials of President Nixon's staff and administration in the
White House Monday to hear briefings on the President's
achievements and policies in areas of general and Jewish interest.
The guests were treated to a tour of the White House before
the briefings began and were entertained at lunch.
The Jewish journalists attended the briefings on invitations
issued in the President's name. The President did not meet with
the group although previously it had been rumored that he might.
Herbert Klein, White House director of communications, ex-
p'ained that Mr. Nixon was occupied writing a statement on the
issue of busing school children. .
The briefings indicated that the White Hiuse was making
an effort to put on the record the immediate and long-range
Interests of the Jewish community as implemented by President
Nixon.
When asked by one editor why they were invited at this
particular timea presidential election year, Mr. Klein said
the purpose was to give the visitors an opportunity to eva'uate
the administration's record now that it is nearing completion.
William Safire, who described himself as a drafter of pres-
idential speeches on economic and foreign policy subject-, de-
clared that the briefings were not intended to sway Jewish voters'
views. The President does not consider Jewish votes in connec-
tion with the U.S. government's relations with Israel, he said.


Martin Bormann Said
To Be Hiding In Peru
PARIS (JTA) Mrs. Beate
Klarsfeld said1 last week she
has information that Martin
Bormann, Hitler's chief aide, is
alive, hiding out in the Peru-
vian jungle, and that he has
been in contact with Klaus Alt-
mann.
Mrs. Klarsfeld, who has been
doggedly pursuing Altmann in
the belief he is actually Klaus
Barbie, a former Gestapo chief,
-aid the man believed to be
Bormann has been living at
Cuzco, in southern Peru. He
would now be more than 71
years old.
Mrs. Klarsfeld, who returned
here from Bolivia, said that un-
til she visited Peru she had
been disappointed by her unsec-
cessful 10-day attempt to pre-
sent the Bolivian government
with documents concerning the
identity of Altmann-Barbie.
She is still pessimistic, she
said, about French government
efforts to have Altmann extra-
dited, because "he enjoys the
protection of the Bolivian au-
thorities. He is free to move as
he wants and s protected by
two bodyguards.
Mrs. Klarsfeld said Altmann
is supported in Bolivia and other
Latin American countries by a
network of former Nazis. She
possesses, she said, precise in-
formation on the wealth and in-
fluence of the network and on
what she described as the asso-
ciation between Altmann and
former officers of the Third
Reich.
Mrs. Klarsfeld was .velcomed
at Orly Airport by Jean-Pierre
Bloch. president of the Interna-
tional League Against Racism
and Anti-Semitism (LICA), and
by representatives of the French
National Committee for the Re-
search of Nazi Crimes.
gration as carrot-and-stick
the carrot of emigration and
the stick of intimidation but
said that 40.000 Soviet Jews
were expected to go to Israel
in 1972.
Asked whether President Nix-
on would take up the issue of
Spviet Jews when he visits Mos-
cow in May, White House Di-
rector of Communications Her-
bert Klein said the agenda would
not be disclosed in advance of
the summit meeting.
Mr. Klein supported Mr. Da-
vies' plea for support of the
two radio services whose pro-
grams are beamed to the Soviet
Union and to East European
Communist bloc countries. Mr.
Davies said he understood Con-
gress would accept a compro-
mise to continue the broadcasts
until June 30, 1972, but pre-
dicted a "tough light" to extend
their life for another year. "We
will appreciate all the help we
can get on this subject," he said.
Mr. Davies urged that violence
be avoided in putting pressure
on the Soviet government. "It
is very important not to turn
this humanitarian issue Into a
cold war confrontation," he said,
adding that the pressure of pub-
lic opinion, without violence, "in
the most effective means to get
Continued a- "q* 1S-A
Jarring Asked
To Repudiate
Feb. 8 Memo
JERUSALEM (JTA
United Nations mediator Gun-
nar V. Jarring has been asked
by Israel specifically to repudi-
ate his Feb. 8, 1971 memo to
Israel. He is exjiected to consult
with U.N. Secretary General
Kurt Waldheim regarding the
request, it was disclosed' follow-
ing Sunday's Cabinet meeting
during which the Cabinet had a
short briefing by Foreign Minis-
ter Abba Eban.
It was learned that the Is-
raeli request was conveyed to
Dr. Jarring by Yosef Tekoah,
Israel's amnossador to the. U.N.
at a meeting in New York last
Wednesday
Dr. Jarring was reportedly
BSked to state that the terms
of his peace mission are laid
down only in the Security Coun-
cil's Resolution 242 and tha* he
is not bound by any subsequent
documents or resolutions.
His Feb. 8, 1972 memo to Is-
rael asked for a commitment to
return to Israel's international
boundaries as a prerequisite of
peace negotiations.
In that connection, Dr. Jar-
ring was also asked to dissociate
himself from the General As-
sembly's resolution of last De-
cember which called on Israel
for an affirmative answer to the
Feb. 8 memo. No progress was
reported in connection with the
U.S. effort to promote proximity
talks.
News Briefs
.
Greek Orthodox Bishop Attacks Jews
ATHENS (WNSl A virulently anti-Semitic attack by th.;
bishop of Chios in a speech on Greek Orthodoxy Day to an audience
which included the regent of Greece, Cabinet ministers and promi-
nent members of the community as a whole has alarmed this coun-
try's 6,500 Jews. Blaming the Jews and Zionists for "adversely"
influencing Greek youth, the bishop said Greek Orthodoxy wai
threatened by Freemasonry and Rotarianism, and said' both orga-
nizations were "controlled" by Jews and Zionists organizations.
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Dr. Mandelbaum Urges Greater Unity
KIAMESHA LAKE. N.Y. (WNSl Dr. Bernard Mandelbaum.
president of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America told the
72nd annual convention of the Rabbinical Assembly (Conservative
rabbis) there should be greater unity, cooperation and understand-
ing between the three branches of American Judaism. He said
there is too much "venom in Jewish life" and that its elimination
is "indispensable for the survival of the Jewish people here and in
Israel."
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Soviet MIGs Make Reconnaissance Flight
TEL AVIV (WNSt Two Soviet MIG-23s (Foxbats. the
world's fastest, highest flying combat aircraft made a nine-minute
overflight of Israeli-held Sinai photographing roads and other
strategic Israeli emplacements in what is believed to be the most
heavily fortified area in the Middle East. Israeli interceptors were
unable- to make contact with the MIGs which have a ceiling of
80.003 feet, about 10.000 feet higher than that of the American F-4
Phantom jet. The MIGs. which are flown exclusively by Soviet
pilots, flew from Ismailia In the central sector of the Suez Canal
Zone to Sharm el-Sheikh and then across the Red Sea to Egypt.
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Syrian Jews Are "Prisoners of the State"
UNITED NATIONS (YVXSi The 4,000 Jews of Syria are
"prisoners of the (Syrian) state," Jacob Doron. Israeli Deputy
Ambassador told the United Nations Commission on Human Rights,
Doron said the Syrian Jews were "being discriminated against in
the most drastic and cruel manner for no other reason but that
they are Jews."
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Villagers Demand Removal Of Terrorists
JERUSALEM (WNS* For the first time, villagers in South-
ern Lebanon have banded together to demand that the Lebanese
government remove the Palestinian terrorists from the areas of
their villages. The Amman (Jordan) radio reported that 300 vil-
lagers drove in a motorcade to the Presidential Palace in Beirut
to demand that Pres. Suleiman Franjich clear the so-called "Fatah-
land" of terrorists.
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Judo Team Competes In Soviet Union
TEL AVIV (WNSt An Israeli judo team visited the Soviet
Union for the first time sinre the U.S.S.R. broke off diplomatic
relations with Israel in 1967. to participate in the Seventh Euro-can
Judo Championship Tournament in Leningrad.
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USSR Sells Arms To Terrorists
JERUSALEM (WNSl The Beirut weekly, Kol Shai. repents
that the Soviet Union is now directly supplying terrorists units in
the Middle Ea*t with military supplies. In the past, the U.S.S.R.
sold arms only to Arab states, which in turn passed them on to
Palestinian terrorist groups.
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Death Camp Designer Acquitted
VIENNA (WNS)--A Jury here acquitted Walter Dejaco 63.
the Nazi architect who designed and built the gas chambers and
furnaces at the Auschwitz death camp, and his aide, Fritz Ertl,
63, of murder charges. The jury decided that In acquitting Dejaco.
the jury accepted his plea that he did not know the use to which
the chambers and ovens would be put, despite the introduction of
blueprints as evidence which showed plans for elevators to move
corpses from gas chambers to the ovens. The State Prosecutor,
Hugo Kresnik. said he would seek a retrial.



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Ira Hirschmann Guest At
Honey Plaza Bonds Dinner
Ira Hirschmann. American dip- i ing Israel -Syria, Jordan. Lebanon
lomatic representative ami leading I.and the Gaza Strip. He personally
authority on Mi Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion
of Israel, and former President
Nasser of Egypt.
Mr. Hirschmann was active in
the rescue of 100.000 Jews from
the Rumanian detention camp of
Transnistria, and was instrument-
al in bringing about the revoca-
tion of anti-Semitic laws in Bul-
garia. After service with the War
Refugee Board, he became Special
Inspector General of the United
Nations Relief and Rehabilitation
Administration which helped re-
organize the Displaced Persons
camps in Germany.
The author of a popular book
recounting experiences in the Bal-
kans. "Life Line to a Promised
Land," and "Caution to the Winds,"
an autobiography which rece-ntly
received widespread critical ac-
claim, Mr. Hirschmann is an out-
standing financier and business-
tran, a pioneer in the radio and
television media, and a leader in
will appear at the Honey Plaza t.ducational institutions across the
IRA HIRSCHMANN
Israel Dinner of Slate, Saturday
en ning, March 25. in the Fon-
talnebleau Hotel. Sam Rudenbcrg.
chairman, has announced.
Mr. Hirschmann will describe
some of his personal experiences
including what was then a con-
fidential mission to the Middle
East for the State Department
and the United Nations at the
dinner on behalf of the State of
Israel Bonds.
Mr. Hirschmann was c United
States envoy in Turkey, and has
visited all the countries surround-
eountry.
Coastal Towers
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A "Night in Israel" will !e held
next week at the Coastal Towers
honoring |Mft. Jean Feinberc and
in tribute to Herman Feinberg
who recently passed away,
Mrs. Feinberg will receive the
Coveted State of Israel Shalom
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standing communal leadership,
and honoring her for her unceas-
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thropic endeavors. Hiram Gold-
stein, honorary chairman, announ-
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The event, held on behalf of the
State of Israel Bonds, will feature
Joey Russell, raconteur as a spe-
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ular Israel international singer
and accordionist who will present
special Israel-style entertainment.
Irving Minion has been named
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division will continue its 1972 ef-
fort on ijehalf at the Combined
Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
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series <_>: luncheons this month.
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various circumstances and needs
ol Jews throughout the world, and
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those in need.
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at the Standard Club; Morris Ra-
binowitz, chairman,of the Jewelry
Group, will host Tuesday noon
luncheon in the Federation build-
in.;, 1200 Biseayne Blvd.
Wednesday, Murray Turetsky
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Federation building; George Mo-
ver will be the host Friday noon.
I March 24, at the Federation build-
ing.
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sponsored by the GM.IF Insurance
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manent Representative of Israel i Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs,
the United Nations, will be the
and as Israel's Director of Armis-
tice Affairs, heading delegations
to Mixed Armistice Commissions
with Egypt, Lebanon. Jordan and
Svria.
Rep. Pepper Guest
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Installation Event
Congressman Claude Pepper
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a dinner-dance marking the 21st
anniversary of Temple Tifereth
Israel Saturday at 7 p.m. in the
Seville Hotel. Rabbi Maurice Klein
will install new officers of the
Temple, Men's Club and Sister-
hood.
Congregation officers tor the
coming year are Mario Offner.
president; Joseph Jarlow. Hyman
Astor and Irving Farber, vice pres-
ident ; Irving Deutsch. treasurer,
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from the United States and Canada, who were invited by
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and as Ambassador to the Soviet
Union. He has also served as As-
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Volume 45
2 NISAN 5732
Number 11
Elderly Pose A Challenge
The question of Jewish poverty continues to disturb
national leaders, some of whom challenge figures first
developed by a sociologist for the American Jewish Com-
mittee in Chicago as being too high.
The executive director of the Chicago Federation, rely-
ing on early figures of the National Jewish Population
Study, says they indicate clearly the number is below
300,000 and not even close to the estimated 750,000 figure
of the AJC study. The Leadership Conference of National
Jewish Women's Organizations has stated that 250,000
Jews in New York City alone live below the poverty lovel.
while the executive director of Detroit's Jewish Family and
Children's Service says that the poor and "near poor'' in
that city would go well above the AJC percentages.
Whatever the actual figures, it is obvious that the poor
particularly the elderly who are over-represented in the
Greater Miami area pose a challenge to the Jews of
America, noted for their philanthropic concerns. It is time
that serious thought and action be given and that the facts
be known about Jewish poverty in America.
Proud But Not Surprised
The Greater Miami Jewish community is under-
standably proud that one of its respected leaders is among
the three winners of the Frank L. Weil Awards of the
National Jewish Welfare Board this year. But it is not
surprised that Leon Kaplan has been chosen for this greatly
coveted honor, only that it has not been done before.
For more than two decades, Leon Kaplan has given of
his time and talents in the development of what today is
one of the nation's leading Jewish communities. Particu-
larly in the areas where JWB has been most concerned
the Jewish Community Center movement has he been
an effective leader, and today serves as a national JWB
vice president and president of its Southeast Region. Past
president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, he con-
tinues to act as chairman off its Budget Committee.
In the distinguished company of the two other 1972
recipients. Rabbi Israel Miller, president of the American
Zionist Federation, and noted sculptor Jacques Lipchitz,
Leon Kaplan will lend his own distinction when he is
honored at the Biennial Convention of JWB on April 15.
An Important Breakthrough
The American Jewish Congress has shown the way
for others in selecting Mrs. Naomi Levine to succeed Will
Maslow as its executive director, for she will be the first
woman to head a major national Jewish organization.
A staff member for 21 years, Mrs. Levine was not
chosen to succeed one of the leading figures in American
Jewish life because she is a woman, for she brings to the
post a record of accomplishment that was deserving of
recognition. Nevertheless, her appointment marks an impor-
tant breakthrough for those who believe in equality of the
sexes as well as the races and it is only fitting that Con-
gress, devoted to civil rights and civil liberties in all its
aspects should be leading the way.
Action Under Suspicion
In view of its attitude on the issue of prayers in the
public schools, as shown by placing the question on the
Florida ballot, it is not surprising that the State Senate has
voted to make the praying mantis the official state insect.
We have no doubt of the vote's constitutionality unlike
the school prayers, but questions have been raised about
its Americanism. An entomologist at the University of
Florida claims the praying mantis is really native to China
the mainland part we used to label "Red" and that
leaves the action under suspicion, we are certain, by some
of our loyal voters. Maybe another straw ballot?
.
MATTER OF FACT
by JOSEPH AISOP
1
There is*
Hampshire primary has not
changed by as much as a par-
ticle. The Democratic Party's
national chairman, Lawrence
O'Brien, is still the Casabianca
of American politics, with deck
burning all around him.
There was a time when Chair-
man O'Brien could hope for the
arrival of the fire brigade before
the Democratic convention at
Miami Beach. His ambition,
which he has been laboring;
ceaselessly tp achieve, is to
stage an orderly, sane, impres-
sive and therefore vote-getting
convention.
The hope.'.-for fire brigade
took the form of a good, solid
majority of convention delegates
pledged to the front-runner, Sen.
Edmund Muskie. If he has
enough spine to do so. any presi-
dential candidate with a major-
ity of the delegates in his poc-
ket can ensure a safe and ^nno
convention just by using his
majority to lav down the law.
IS THIS PWUT.Ctf *f&$$WV ?
*3T?C
BUT THERE is little hope
for this kind of order imposed
from above in any convention
that is split seven ways to Sun-
day, among a perfect smorgas-
bord of candidates of every po-
litical flavor. And quite without
regard for the tiny band of New
Hampshire delegates, a wiceiy
split convention now appears to
lie ahead at Miami Beach.
For front-runner Mu ida and Wisconsin are the two
hurdles immediately ahead. All
the wiseacres say. apparently
with good reason, that Sen. Mus-
kie cannot hope for better thai;
a share of delegates from these
states. In Florida, the Muskie
share may also be sadly modest.
Under the new Democratic
rules, indeed, a share of the del-
egates is as much as Sen. Mus-
kie can hope for in almost ev-
ery state. There are just too
many Democratic presidential
aspirants. Most of them could
join in a debate with Muskie.
and the whole thing would sound
exactly like an echo chamber,
as did much of the New Hamp-
shire debate. But most of the
echo-chamber aspirants will al-
so get their share.
THERE ARE also at least
two and maybe three non-echo-
chamber Democratic aspirants
who have to be considered. Rep.-
Wilbur Mills will have the Ar-
kansas delegation and some
others from the South. Sen.
Henry M. Jackson will have the
Washington delegation and some
others, too how many, one
must wait for Florida to see.
Then there is Gov. George
C. Wallace. On the proportional
system the Democrats have
adopted, Wallace will have a
lot of Southern delegates. Very'
(Continued on Page 13 A)
COMMENT
by EDWARD COHEN
The ever-present concern with
the quality of Jewish life in
America appears to be develop-
ing into a growing resentment
toward the constant crisis tac-
tics of so me Jewish Agency
spokesmen, in particular Execu-
tive Chairman Louis Pincus.
Speculation about the Nation-
al Jewish Population Study's
data in this area is high since
the release of some of the Mi-
ami figures, and while pertinent
information that relates to Jew-
ish loyalty and participation is
not yet available in statistical
from, there have been enough
"leaks" over the past year to
confirm what we have believed
all along. The quality of Amer-
ican Jewish life is poor, and the
efforts to overcome this situa-
tion equally as poor.
IN RESPONSE to this Am-
erican "crisis" we are seeing a
reaction that, in some cases,
uses the campaign on behalf of
the Jews of the Soviet Union as
an example of over-kill by the
Zionists. The latest to publish
strong disagreement is the high-
ly respected Rabbi Jacob Agus
of Baltimore who, in an article
in "Sh'ma," urges that "It is
time to examine our basic pre-
suppositions in regard to the
Jews of the Soviet Union."
Developing his theme-as did
Nahum Goldman in the con-
troversial speech which saw him
barred from the speakers' ros-
trum at the World Zionist Con-
gressthat it is dangerous to
Dase the campaign completely
on a Russian exodus, Dr. Agus
asks: "Are we interested only
in 'saving' those who wish to
join the state of Israel, since the
others, by far the vast majority,
are candidates for assimilation?
"ARE WE unconcerned about
assimilated Jews? What does
assimilated' mean? How far is
the distance from Russian as-
similated Jews to the similar
species in America or elsewhere
in the free world?" asks Rabbi
Agus. "Yet, many of our most
respected leaders are on the
boundary of total assimilation, in
every sense of the word."
The Conservative scholar, who
has authored many important
volumes of Jewish thought, be-
lieves that in Russia, "as
throughout the world, the cause
of Judaism is more dependent
on the cause of intellectual-
cultural freedom than on the
shifting winds of international
politics," stating that the thesis
underlying his approach is "the
proposition that Judaism is a
cultural-religious heritage that
is independent of the push and
pull of international politics. The
loyalties imbedded in the Jewish
tradition and transmitted
through its educational-cultural-
religious institutions do not de-
tract from the loyalty Jews owe
to the land in which they
citizens. Judaism is far
than Israel-eenteredness.
MUCH THE same view is ex-
pressed in a number of inter-
are
more
views with Latin American lead-
ers, responding to some recent
crisis statements by Pincus in
which he told how hundreds of
thousands of South American
Jews are sitting, as the London.
Jewish Chronicle describes it
"on a volcano of social and
economic discontent and should
emigrate to Israel before being
forced to leave as refugees."
From Argentina, which has a
community of 475,000 Jews, a
correspondent writes that there
is no feeing of concern despte
anti-Semitism appearing to be in-
digenous. It is "hard to imagine
a catastrophe striking Jewry."
Further. "As to Zionism, in
Argentina it has remained a
ghetto-like movement, devoid of
ideological conviction, spiritual
and intellectual aggressiveness
and mass support, although the
opposite may be said about the
feeling for Israel among many
lews."
AND THE headlines on re-
ports from other countries with
large Jewish populations read:
"Stability in Brazil," "Freedom
in Mexico" and, "Uruguayans
Feel Secure."
World Jewry has responded
with large sums of money to the
continuing crisis of Israel and
the latest involving the Jews of
the Soviet Union. The next ques-
tion, it seems to me, is whether
it may be too tired of what
sometimes appears to be con-
trived emergency problems to
respond to the very real ciisis
of survival in the Diaspora.


Friday. March 17. 1972
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Rabbi Poupko To Address
24th Anniversary Dinner
Rabbi Bernard A. Poupko, na-
-iciial president of .Religious Zion-
ists of America and author of "In
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G. Mechanic, David Mermelstein,
Louis Mcrwitzer, Rabbi Nulali
Porush, Sam fieinnard, Murray
Rosenberg, Rabbi A. J. Safra, Isi-
uuie aijoiier. Rev. Alex Stahl, Os-
car Schapiro, Julius Schwartz,
Maurice Simon, Judge Sherwin
Stauber, Dr. Isaac Unterman.
Samuel Waldman, Phillip Weiss,
Louis Young and Nathan Zeich-
ner.
Also on the dinner committee
are: Rabbi Sheldon Ever. Rabbi
Abraham Groner, Rabbi Alexan-
der S. Gross, Rabbi Joseph Rack-
ovsky, Rabbi Tibor Stern, Rabbi
Berel Wein and Rabbi Solomon
Schiff, members of the Orthodox
Rabbinical Advisory Board.
Residents of the Corinthian apartments held committee member; Harry Harrison, jochair-
their annual breakfast on behali of the Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation's 1972 CJA-IEF
campaign recently. From left to right ore
Bernard 1. Binder, cochairman; Sol Silver, a
man; Dr. Joseph R. Narot of Temple lsrc= i.
guest speaker; I. Ely Goldstein, chairmen,
and William B. Chersky, cochairman.
KABBI BtKNAKD A. POUPKO
The Shadow Of The Kremlin," is
the scheduled guest speaker at the
24th Anniversary Scholarship Ban-
quet for Mizrachi-Hapoel Hamiz-
rachi of Greater Miami at 6:30
p.m. Sunday in the Pompeii Room
Of the Eden Roc Hotel. Mr. and
Jtlrs. Maurice Simon will be hon-
ored at the event, according to
Herman Eiscnberg, general chair-
man.
. Dr. Poupko, chairman of the
|3 r e a t e r Pittsburgh Rabbinical
oard, is the only Russian-speak-
ng American rabbi to visit the
oviet Union where he addressed
he congregation from the pulpit
f the Central Synagogue of Mos-
ow. He is a member of the Con-
erence of Presidents which com-
prises 23 major Jewish American
organizations.
Honorees Maurice and Celia Si-
mon, members of Congregation
Kneseth Israel, came to Miami
from Louisville, Ky., where Mr.
Simon was secretary of the Miz-
rachi chapter. Mrs. Simon is ac-
tive in the Hatikva Chapter of
Mizrachi, Miami Beach.
In Israel, Mizrachi-Hapoel Ha-
mizrachi supports a number of
significant causes, including free
medical aid for Yeshiva students
and support for Youth Aliyah
groups, interest free loan agen-
cies, Bar Ilan University, agricul-
tural settlements, Mishkanot hous-
ing developments, cultural educa-
1 i o n institutions, kindergartens
and vocational training schools.
Joseph Hoffenberg and Henry
Groudan are cochairmen of the
dinner committee; serving with
them are Hyinan Kolko, Jacob R.
Modansky, Rev. Joseph Krantz.
Rabbi David Lehrfield, Rev. Solo-
mon Cooper, Morris Brafman, Rab-
bi Jonah E. Caplan. Louis Dublin.
Rev. Herman Doych, Max Hecht.
Pahhi Dow Ro?encwaie, Benjamin
Terner, J. Jerry Schecter, Jacob
C. Cohen and Emanuel Ungar.
Also Moise Babouri, Jerome
Bienenfcld. Morris Bienenfeld, Si-
mon Berstein, Hyman Chabner,
Norman Ciment, William Ehren-
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Entin, Howard Galbut, Hyman
Galbut, Nathan Ginsberg, Louis
Geller, Harry Genet, Maurice Gold-
ring, Harry Gomberg, Moses
Grundwerg, Aaron Hoenig, Dr.
Donald Kass, Rev. Jacob D. Katz
and Abraham Kuber.
Also Dr. Ir,win MakowSky,
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Jews Must Seek Ethnic Rights
Rabbinical Assembly Head Says
The emphasis on ethnic rights
of groups that has developed out
<: Hk urban crisis has given a
i>< v. dimension to inter-group re-
lations in the United States, ac-
cording to Rabbi S. Geishon Levi,
president oi the Rabbinical Assem-
bly. ______ _____________
Cantor Malek To
Conduct Seder
Cantor Joseph W. Malek of Mi-
ami Beach, a lyric tenor familiar
to the South Florida religious
scene, has been selected to con-
duct the Passover Seder March
29, at (> p.m. in the Shelborne
U itel's Starlight Room.
A member of the Cantors Asso-
ciation of Greater Miami and a
Brandeis Fine Arts Institute grad-
uate. Cantor Malek is a practicing
attorney and former vice mayor of
Miami B"a*h.
In his report to the 1.000-mem-
ber-organization of Conservative
rabbis which opened its 72nd an-
nual convention at the Concord
Hotel this week, Rabbi Lev! said
American Jewry now hos to think
of itself as an ethnic group and as
a religious c'.enomination.
Declaring that there has been
a turn in the road" in the social
processes of inter-group relations,
Rabbi Levi said:
'Our involvement in the pro-
longed urban crisis now make s i-
plain that we shall have to think
of ourselves in more complicated
terms not only as one of the
three religious groupings in Amer-
ican society, but also as an ethnic
group among America's ethnici-
ties."
The newly elected chief execu-
tive of the Jewish Theological
Seminary of America, Rabbi Ger-
son D. Cohen, delivered the major
address at the convention. His
tooic was "Directions tliat the
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wihase topic was "The Jewish
People In an Age of Revolution;"
Rabbi David Polish of Chicago
president of the Central Confer-
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In June, 1970, a bus carrying Israeli school
children was blown apart by terrorist bombs;
3 of the children were blinded.
7 were mutilated.
2 were killed.
Today, Egyptian missiles made in Russia
stand seconds away from striking the
heart of Israel.
Maybe it never entered your mind that the
entire country of Israel could be turned into
a concentration camp. To hold all the people)
who've committed the terrible crime of
building a country out of the strength and
agony of their souls.
Think about this.
There are 2'/a million Jews now living in
Israel. More than twice that number
of Jews were murdered at places like Dachau
and Buchenwald and Auschwitz.
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At Auschwitz, men dreamed of Israel.
Their dream must live.
Your contribution will help keep Israel strong. And help Jewish immigrants from Russia. And Jews in need in your own community. And around the world,
f upport The Greater Miami Jewish Federation's Combined Jewish Appeal and Israel Emergency Fund Campaign^
Greater Miami JewU Federation-4200 Biscaync Blvd., Miami, Fit. 758-3321.
efen Rwadl, President, Harry A. Levy, Campaign Chairman, ArUtur S. JtoMCkaa, Ewewiva Vkc Prcwkat,
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Robert Russell (left), president of the Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation, presents the
Aliyah Sculphures Pacesetter Award to
David Egozi, chairman of the Cuban He-
brew Committee, at the Cuban-Hebrew
dinner-dance on behalf of the CJA-IEF
campaign.
Greater Miami Jewish Federation's 1972
CJA-IEF general campaign chairman,
Harry A. Levy (right) presents the Aliyah
Sculptures Pacesetter Award to Salomon
Garazi at the dinner-dance held by the
Cuban Hebrew Committee on behalf of the
1972 CJA-IEF campaign.
Cuban Hebrew Dinner-Dance
Results 'Unprecedented'
Ten Russian families will be .
able to emigrate to Israel this I
year due to the generosity of the
Cuban Hebrew Committee.
In response to the Greater Mi- i
ami Jewish Federation's 1972 j
Combined Jewish Appeal Israel I
Emergency Fund campaign effort, I
members of the Cuban Hebrew
Committee pledged almost $350.- j
000 to the drive at their recent
dinner-dance, held at the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel.
David F.gozi. prominent local
businessman who is chairman of
the Cuban Hebrew Committee,
said. "The Federation supplied us
with figures informing us that the
cost of transporting one Russian
family and resettling it in Israel
is $35,000. We then decided to try-
to help 10 families fulfill their
dream to enter the Promised
Land."
According to Robert Russell.
Federation president, the dinner-
dance was the most inspiring and '
heartwarming affair he had ever
attended. "It was just an unpre-
cedented outpouring of spirit and
concern for our Jewish community
in Miami and concern for the sur-
vival of world Jewry," said Mr.
Russell.
Harry A. Levy, GMJF's 1972
CJA-IEF general campaign chair-
man added, "What really im-
pressed me was the sincerity, dedi-
cation and generosity of a group
of Jews who only 12 years ago
were forced to leave their home-
land. They know the meaning of
losing all that is dear to them,
and the other night they expressed
their concern for other Jews who
are now in need of help."
The guest speaker at the affair
was Efraim Halevy, who is the
Counsellor of the Israel Embassy
in Washington, D.C. Mr. Halevy
spoke about some of the problems
that face Russian Jews who wish
to leave Russia and settle in Is-
rael.
According to this year's dinner
chairman, Dr. George Feldenkreis.
who was honored at the affair for
serving three consecutive years as
chairman of the Cuban Hebrew
Committee's CJA-IKF campaign,
the $350,000 that was pledged by
the more than 400 people in at-
tendance represents a 100r,'r in-
crease over the $175,000 that was
pledged by the same people in
1971.
For his dedicated services, Dr.
Feldenkreis was presented with a
Torah pointer which was brought
over from Israel especially for the
occasion.
Four Aliyah Sculpture Paceset-
ter Awards were also presented at
the affair. The awards, a series of
six bronze medallions, each de-
picting an event in Jewish history,
are awarded annually to those
members of the community who
have been in the forefront in ac-
cepting responsibility for leader-
ship in giving to the CJA-IEF
campaign.
Mr. Russell presented one of the
medallions to Mr. Egozi; Mr. Levy
presented one to Salomon Garazi,
who serves on the Cuban Hebrew
Committee's CJA-IKF Campaign
Executive Committee. In addition.
Myron J. Brodie, associate execu-
tive vice president of the GMJF,
presented Aliyah Pacesetter
Awards to Jack Chester and Sam-
uel Maiman, both of whom helped
At the recent Cuban Hebrew Committee's dinner-dance on
behalf of the 1972 CJA-IEF campaign, Greater Miami Jewith
Federation'3 associate executive vice president, Myron J.
Brodie, (left) presented the Aliyah Sculptures Pacesetter
Award to Jack Chester (center) and Samuel Maiman.
organize the Committee's CJA-
IEF campaign effort.
Sharing the task of Master of
Ceremonies at the affair were Dr.
Bernardo Benes and Saul Gins-
berg.
At the recent dinner-dance held by the Cuban Hebrew
Committee on behalf of the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion's 1972 CJA-IEF campaign, Dr. George Feldenkreis, (left)
received a Torah pointer, honoring him for serving three
consecutive years as chairman of the Cuban Hebrew Com-
mittee, from Myron J. Brodie associate executive vice presi-
dent of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Seated in
front of them is guest speaker Efraim Halevy, counselor of
the Israel En^bassv in Washington, D.C.
This year FPL will spend
almost a million dollars
a dag on new
construction.
Ule can't afford not to.
Not if we all want to go on living the lives
we're accustomed to. Lives in which we
always have the essential electric power
we need. At just the flick of a switch.
And that's some challenge to
us at FPL. We know that Florida is m
the nation's fastest-growing major state
(more than 3,500 new residents each
week). We know, too, that we have to stay
ahead of your demand for electricity. *
So we're building. Building more
than ever before. Over the next five years,
we'll spend at least $1-1/2 billion
(almost a million dollars a day!) on new
construction. That's as much as we've
spent in our entire 46-year history.
One and a half billion dollars.,
It's a startling amount.
But that's what it takes to
keep adequate, reliable
electric service at your
fingertips.


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Pictured at the recent Seacoast Towers West dinner on be-
half ol the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's 1972 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund campaign are,
(from left to right) Leonard Liebowitz and Abe Feltz, Sea-
coast West cochairmen; Sam Goodrich, member of t'r.e
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committee; Ben Cutler, cochairman; Abraham Schwartz,
Seacoast West campaign chairman; Rabbi Leon Kronish,
guest speaker; Michael Ferrnan auest of honor Mrs. Henry
Gross, Seacoast West Women'3 Division campaign chair-
man, and David Richman, cochairman.
$60,000 Pledged At Dinner
Held By Seacoast Residents
;
Prompted by guest speaker Dr.
Leon Kronish's plea to help save
Russian Jews, the residents of the
Seacoast Towers West pledged
more than $60,000 to the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation's 1972
Combined Jewish Appeal Israel
Kmergency Fund campaign.
Dr. Kronish, spiritual leader of
Temple Beth Sholom and associate
chairman of the GMJF's CJA-IEF
drive, addressed the residents at
the recent Seacoast Toweis West
dinner.
"Good intentions alone." said
Rabbi Kronish. "won't save our
people. We must provide the funds
to transport Russian Jews to Israel
and to resettle them once they ar-
rive. Food, clothing, shelter, lan-
guage and job training are not
purchased with good intentions,"
he declared.
Dinner chairman Abraham H.
Schwartz reported that the 560,000
response from the audience was
a 115'/< increase over what the
same people contributed in 1971.
Mr. Schwartz attributed the suc-
cess of the dinner to Seacoast
West CJA-IEF campaign cochair-
man Ben Cutler, Leonard Liebo-
witz, Abe Feltz and David Rich-
man. He also expressed his gra-
titude to Mrs. Henry Gross, Sea-
coast West women's division cam-
paign chairman who organized a
telephone committee which helped
increase the number of residents
who attended the dinner.
"And of course," said Mr.
Schwartz, "I cannot forget Rabbi
Kronish, whose patience and dedi-
cation in upholding the ideals of
world Jewrv made us take notice
of the task we all have to ac-
complish."
Michael Ferrnan was honored
at the dinner for his many years
of philanthropy and dedicated ser-
vice to wot Id Jewry. Mr. Ferrnan
was presented with an antique !
Israeli Kiddush Cup by his neigh-
bors in Seacoast West and by the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
on behalf of the 1972 CJA-IF.F
drive.
Soviet Jews Arrive
M Kennedy Airport
MEW VORK A joyous family
reunion made possible by the tocer-
of the attorney general'i ;>a-
roJe authority under the immigra-
ti' :i law took place ;' Kennedy
^i'-port Friday afternoon wen
Dora Bcrkoviteh and her kin ar-
rived on a Vtm American iHtner
fr ^m the Soviet Union to join her
is'rt**, M"s. Tidor Waserman,
who resides in the Bronx, New
York.
In addition to Mrs. Borkovitch,
ihe arriving croup consisted of her
husband. Josif. their married
"aught- and son-in-law, Etilia and
Leova Oksensztcjn. and the youni
couple's two ohi'dren, Bronisiawa.
a (drl of 8, and Roman, 4 years
of age.
United Hias Service, the world-
wide Jewish migration agency that
handled all the details, pointed
out that the two families wero not
elig'ble for admission under the
-e Mrs. Wasserman. who had herself
iterated to this country in 19flft
with her husband to join the lat-
ter's family, was not a United
States citizen.
The more than S12.300 pledged by residents of Island Ter-
race at their recent breakfast on behalf of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation's 1972 CJA-IEF campaign represents on
increase of 41o over what the same individual? contributed
last year. Dr. Earl Herrom, (left) and Dr. Simon Brody (right)
were cochairmen of the event; Rabbi Solomon Schiff, direc-
tor of the Community Chaplaincy Service, was the guest
speaker.
Executive Group Meeting
To Plan Annual Luncheon
Select leaders of the Miami
Chapter of Hadassah presidents,
members of the Executive Board,
and Bond chairmen -will attend a
special coffee in the Gigi Room
of the Fontainebleau Hotel Wed-
nesday, according to Mrs. Morris
Herman, president.
Plans for the annual Hadassah'
Bond -with- Israel Anniversary
Luncheon, to be held May 4. will
be formulated. Members of this
executive group plan to choose
one outstanding woman leader
from the Miami community to re-
I ceive the Woman of Valor Award
! snonsored by State of IsraelBonds.
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The New Paganism
R\RBI S. T. SWIRTSKY ,
-I.K li 'ongfl'JfUtlon
vJcaniiiKfully the book of Levi- i
(. us m place. 1 in the center of i
tl e Toralt because il is essentially
?he Hook of Sa-
-. To be a
Jew Involvi
crifitt Long
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- tlo n of
pie and
cult. '
tacrifice re-
md basii lo life
; (i li g h t.
Nothing worth-
while has ever
ftobb. Swirskir bec at.hjeved
\ itnotll ;.cars and suffering. The
]ng and arduous road of civili/a-
I ,n is strewn with sacrifices. The
v hole world is an altar and the
MM of man are the eternal offer-
ji us.
Trenchant is the opening verse
'. the Sedrah which states: "When
,- -iy man of you brintreth an of-
J ring unto the Lord." If sacrifice
< id toil be the fantic of our years
I id the pattern weave of our
r challenge to transmute the offer-
ing! into a conquering oriflamme,
into a banner of victory, to know
t n which altar to offer our lives
and souls. All too many sirens
have lured |>eople to pagan and
f atlien altars resulting in human
bris and shattered lives, ghast-
ly existence and ghostly souls.
Central to the entire book is the
" >eace offering" which burns with
?> fierce incandescence: it is the
c.-nly fire that contains the flame
.i life. The tragedy at the world
today is the debasement of values,
the turning of hallowed principles
iTito lust and power cults, the per-
version of sacrificing unto God in-
to unbridled greed for dominance
rxl offerings on denigrating al-
1ars. While the world is inexor-
ably marching into oblivion and
cstruction, the clarion call is is-
s aed in the Sedrah: sacrifice for
I eace and only then will "chaos"
1 irn into "cosmos."
The future historian will label
our times as the Age of Walls,
when arbitrary boundaries and
t tones were erected to separate
j.eople but non built an Age of
liridges that will bring people
< loser to each other to behold
their God-made resemblances. The
law of the jungle has been suiier-
i nposcd over the law of God. Man-
kind, in total despair, is scanning
the horizon seeking for the ray
of hope that will bunish bigotry
r.nd enthrone the still small con-
ience within the soul of man.
Some 2,600 yean ugo. the Pro-
let and statesman, Isaiah, saw
1 he mighty power of Assyria as
n ominous cloud hanging over
Judah. He predicted the destruc-
ton of cities and the desolation
<.i the earth. But the mighty seer
envisioned the cataclysmic disturb-
ances as a prelude to a cosmic
revolution and the remaking of
mankind. When man will repent,
fl new epoch will open in world
history. He envisioned a Just and
righteous social order and a reign
oi universal peace.
Who has not been ennobled by
the eschatological dream of a time
i hen "they shall bent their swords
into plowshares, nation shall not
it up sword against nation,
neither shall they learn war any
i ore." Yet, the prophecy r.mained
iin elusive mirage.
First, people waited for the di-
reet action of God to turn the
>urse of history from the path
of iniquity. Then came the century
i i Enlightment when the radical
philosophers" hoped that justice
ind peace will come about by the
effort of human thought and hu-
man action; the result was the
iieign of Terror.
In our own century, the Russian
Revolution was predicated on the
chimera that the righteous and
prtPcWul society -most be based on
the equality of things. After all
these trials, we find mankind
prostrate, recumbent, humbled rnd
debased. In these crucial and de-
cisive hours, are we to assume
that the flaming tongue of the
prophet offered only a fleeting
speak to palliate the stricken
masses and a charismatic vision
only veiled by chthnnic forces?
It were Wi II if mankind turned
once again to the guidelines and
natives as spoken by Isaiah.
'Ih'- End of Days will come when
man will conquer ami demolish
idolatry which he viewed as hu-
man arrogance. The new pagan- : .__, ia_u_ I
ism gripping the capitals of the | and Bal1 honoring Abel Holtz,
vice president of the Corner
Bank of Miami Beach, accord-
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rCeligioHS J5<
ervtces
Lav/rence J. Aberman, co-owner
cf the Crystal House, Miami
Beach, has been named chair-
man of the April 30 National
Industry Leader Award Dinner
gripping the capital
world anrl echoing in the corridors
of the U.N. is simply a recrudes-
MUMI
* H A V A T SHALOM CONGftEOA-
TION. 9*5 SW 7th Av. Orthodox
Canter Aren Ban Aron. 1
tNSHE EMES. 2933 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowitx 2
SETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. Ken-
dall Dr. S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. 9
Friday s::i" p.m. Boast Maker. Pro-
faaaOT I>r. Abraham Kaplan, will
speak on the subject "Judaism and
the Jewixh ("ollcire Student."
SETH DAVIO. 2626 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau.
Cantor William W. Lipaon 4
r*'ihi\ i : p.m. Sermon. "The Con-
servative Rabbinate & the Conven-
tion." Saturday I a.m. Torah Lesson:
Vaylkra: Leviticus 1:1-5:26.
8ETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
1ox. Rabbi H. Rothman 6
SETH KODESH. U01 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional Rahbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Leon Segal.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Topic: "The Supreme
Sacrifice," followed by Oneft Shabbat
hosted by Mr. and .Mrs. Bam Schul-
u*olf in in.....r of his birthday, Satur-
day v:4r. a.m. Bar Mltsvah: Steven,
on of Mr. and Mrs. .Marvin Lewis.
5:1S p.m.: "Portion of Law." 3:45
p.m.: "A Need For Sacrifice."
HEBREA ACADIKV. 2400 Plnetree
Dr. Oithodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Dross. 29
CONS. AN-NELL (Branen of He-
brew Academy). 7th St- and Merid-
ian Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham
Ben-Hillel. _____ ***
JACOB C -COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 15J2 Washington
Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H.
Stern. Cantor Meysr Engel.
24
KNESETH ISRAEL, 141! EuclidI Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrf
Cantor Abraham Seif.
2f
MENORAH (Temple). 920 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Nlco Feldman. 29
F-ridnj 8:15 p.m. Bal Mltsyan: Re-
becca dauarhter of Mr. and Mrs. > ur-
ra, cohe* Saturday arn. BarMlts-
v;,'ii; i onardo, non ol i>r. and Mrs.
Pablo Tachmen
NER TAmiu tiempiei. 80th St and
TeMm Waterway. Conservative.
Rabbi Eugene i_abovitz. Cantor Ed-
ward Kleir.
29
cence of the- Idolatry that riled the ing to Mrs. Ethel Gold, the B'nai '%!" cJ^^t'^'L^ swrnSSr
Hinkes 8
Friday 8:15 p.m. fluent speaker Mr.
Kenneth Kraidman. whose topic "ill
he "lfaaada" followed by Ones Shah-
bat sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Al-
fred Kinkelxteln tn honor of their
wedding anniversary.
immortal seer, namely, man's as-
piration to dominate the world,
man's trust in the supremacy of
his wisdom, man's glorification of
his technological skills.
The dictatorships of the present
age, and the democracies as well,
are simply idolatry incarnate be-
cause they are all involved in the
struggle for world domination,
filled with arrogance and lusting
to conquer and amass and in the
process to subjugate people and
destroy them.
This is the eternal insight be-
queathed by Isaiah that mankind
can be redeemed only by conquer-
ing its idolatry. When man will
cease his self glorification, when
he will not yield to avarice, greed
and lust, then and only then will
he be assured of salvation. There
is a titanic struggle raging in the
world today for control of the
human soul and mind. Man with
the image of God imprinted upon
his countenance and conscience is
slowly being reduced to a mere
robot. There will be a dawning of
hope only when the spiritual will
triumph over the Cimmerian dark-
ness of materialism and violence.
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OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bonita Dr.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineaa Weber-
man. 30
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
Collina Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmiaa. 31
--------
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1542-
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi Avrono
3"
'SRAEL (Temple) OF GREATER
Miami. 137 NE 19th Street. Reform.
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. 10
Friday 8:1S p m. Rabbi Harry Tabach- !
ntkoff will disruss rurrent book. "I'm
O.K., You're O.K."
ISRAELITE CENTER S17S SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Paul J.
Bender. Cantor Nathan Parnass. 11
Friday .",:4.", p.m., 8:in p.m. Sermon:
"The Hoi., of the Bynafoffue in the
Community A Sacrifice, a Service
or a PrtvllesTeT" Saturday 8:43 a.m.
OR OLOM (Tempie) 8755 SW 16th
Rt Conservative. Rabbi Ralph
Glixman. 13
Groner
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER. 1720 79th Street Cause
way. North Bay VlHaoe. Conserve-
tive. Rabbi Philip Fried. S2-A
N0ITH MIAMI BEACH
ADATH YESHURUN (Temple). 1028
NE Miami Gardens Or. Conserva-
tive. Rabbi Milton Schlinsky. Can-
tor Nathaniel Schub. S3
BETH TORAH. NE Wth St. at 11tl
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Mas Lip-
achiti. Cantor Jacob Renaer. 84
9
CANDLELI&HTIN6 TIME
2 NISAN 6:10
9
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein. 14
Friday 8:18 p.m. Topic: "The Impori-
ance of a Knowledgeable Lay Lead-
ership with a Senw of Kmp'uthy in
Today's ConcreKHtlon."
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Vayikroh
had been erected and the priests consecrated. Divine legislation
Prescribed the rituals and ceremonies commencing with ,h"
ssfissr to bc vauM in ,he "--*.:
The ancient practice of bringing sacrifices satisfied a natural
dOrire in man to express, in material form, his feelings of contri-
tion supplication and thanksgiving toward his Creator The un-
d. rlymg purpose of the laws relating to sacrifice was to inculcate
a moral sense of refinement and discipline in man. The essential
Principle, were therefore that sacrifices could not be offered in-
discriminately, but only to the one God and on the altar in the
courtyard of the sanctuary; repentance or restitution of the
wrong done must precede any offering; and the main ceremonies
were to .> performed by the priest.
There were five principal sacrifices which could be brought
voluntarily by the individual, prompted by the desire to atone for
his sins committed in error, or as an expression of thanksgiving
to God. (l) The Olah -burnt offering. The entire animal was
consumed by fire upon the altar. (2, The Mincha-meal offcrin-
generally brought by a man of humble means. (3) The Sholmm
peace, or thank-offering as its name implies, such a sacrifice
expressed graUtude to God on occasions of joy and thanksgiving
(4) The Chatos sin offering brought as atonement for sins
committed in error not only by a layman but by the high priest
or by the community as a whole, or by a secular head. (Sin offer-
ings wen also to be brought by the witness to an offense who
failed to testify; a person who contracted impurity by contact
with a dead carcass or unclean person and forgot to comply with
the laws of purification, and one who negligently failed to fulfill
nl* vow. The wrongdoer conscience-stricken confessed his faults
and was obliged to bring thi sacrifice. (5) The Osbam guilt
offering brought for sins requiring restitution before the sacri-
fice could be offered.
The two cases expressly mentioned are the unintentional with- :
holding of the Holy things of the Lord, the tithes or other dues
belonging to the priests, and falsely retaining property belonging
to one's fellow man. In each case, the wrongdoer, after confessing
his guilt, mast restore the property to its rightful ownor with the
addition of one fifth of its value. Then, and only then; could the
sacrifice be offered, and the sin forgiven.
juuap:!!. 1
ZION (Temple) 8000 Miller Rd. Con-
servstive. Rsbbi Norman N. Shapiro
Friday 8:31 p.m. Topic: "The Chal-
lenites -,. i.iv,. By Saturday a.m.
Bar Mltsvah: .<.<[. son of .Mr. mid
Mrs. David flurtrer.
HIAUAH
TIFERETH JACOB (Temple). 051 E.
4th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Na-
than Zolondek. 15
Friday 8:1.1 p.m. S.-rmon topic: "Sac-
rifices To-day and in The Times of
the Temple." Saturday !;ii) a m
NORTH MIAMI
B.?,.T H MOSHr CONGREGATION
'30 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
Rabbi Joseph Gorfinkel, Cantor Ben
Zion Kirschenbaum 35
MIAMI SUCH
AG,U.?A7H ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave
Orthodox. .7
BeT.HK,S2AEKT70,40th 8t- Orthodox
Rabbi Berel Wet'i. 18
SEE JAC*- Ml Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryaho T. Swir
sky. Cantor Maurice Mamchea. 19
EiT.H RAPHAEL (Temple). 1548
Jefferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh. 20
BETH SHOLOM ( Temple). 4144
Chase Ave. Liberal. Rsbbi Leon
Kromeh. Cantor David Conviser. 21
BCT,1 TFhrAH Euclid Ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joaeph E. Rackov-
sky. j2
fTr>LVSPflH ?.HA,M CONGREGA-
TION. 843 Meridian Avenue. 22-A
C^N.E?"W CONsMWOATIOM.
sf^Li Washington Ave. Orthodox
Rabbi Dow Rozencwaig. 23
CUBAN SEPHARDIC HEBREW CON.
GREGATION. 715 Washington Ave.
nue. Miam, Beach. Rabbi Meir Mas-
liah Melamed. 23-A
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EMANU-EL (Ten.pie). 1701 Washing,
i .1. cne'ative. Rabbi Irving
**"'" Cantor Zvl Adler. 2
tr day 8:30 p.m. Or. Irving lchrman
will preach on: "Judaism .Myxtery
or Myslmue Saturday 9 a.m.. 10:30
im ?",, MUzv,ah: Ke.nneth Pltofcky.
""" of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Schnelll
"'i !..i:m.::-"......:::.:: .-, .,. ~"~~~-
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St.
Conservative. Rabbi Charlea Ruoel
Cantor Jack Larger. 38
EINAI (Temolei o NORTH DADB
18801 NE 22nd Ave. Reform. Rabb<
Ralph P. Kingsley. Cantor Irving
Shulkes. 37
PTIday Vl". p.m. Rabbi Arthur .I
Lelyveld, raosl apeakar, on the topi,'
of: "Israel and Soviet Jewry: The
Task Of the American Jewish Con-
gress Saturday 10:10 ium. Hat Mlts-
vah: Shari. dauithter o( Mr. and Mrs
Hurl BlatL
SKY LAKE SVNAGOGUE. 18151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E.
Caplan 38
Friday | p.m. Saturday ft a.m. Ser-
mon: "Sacrifice and Prayer"
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER
MIAMI. 990 NE 171*t SL Orthodox
Rabbi Naftali Porush 39
CORAL GABIES
JUDEA (Temple). 55O0 Granada Blvd.
Reform. Rabbi Morris Kipper 40
Friday S:ir, p.m. Youth (Jroup to con-
duct services.
ZAMORA (Tempie) 4 Zamora Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell Berg-
er. Cantor Mordecal Vardelni 41
Friday 8:18 p.m. Hat Mttzvah: \jnr-
raine. dauKhler of Mr. and Mrs
Joseph (Cats. Saturday 8:4f. a.m.
SURFSIDl
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION.
9293 Harding Ave., 8urfs>de. Towr
. Hall Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac D. Vina.
SO
KUitca/ ^Te/e
BETH ISRAEL (Temple). 547 E. Oak-
land Park Blvd. Rabbi Akiva Bril-
liant. Cantor Maurite Neu. 49
FT. LAUDERDAU
EMANU-EL. 3245 W. Oakland Pars.
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Arthur J. Ab-
rams. Cantor Jerome Klement. 44
POMPANOBtACH
SHOLOM (Temple). 132 BE 11th Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi MorH A. Skoo
Cantor Ernest Schretbsr. 44
MARGATE
MNWGAtIVEW'8H CENTER. .101
HAUAN0AU
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER
Rabbi Max J. Wefts. Cantor Rv.
Jacob Danaiger. 128 N.E. 1st Avs.
44
HOlirWGOB
"UiL EL (Tmpl). 1361 8. 44th Avs
RefBrm. Rabbi Samuel Jaffs. 44
EM-fM4fiH roe St. Conservative Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Cartor Irving OoM. 44)
SINAI (Temple). 1201 jc-hneon St
Conaervativo. Rabbi Oevld Shapiro-
Cantor Yehuda Heilbraun. 47
AWtAMMt
Cantor Abraham Kostac 44
8RAEC (Temple) P20 SW *8th t
___Coneervatlva. Rabbi Avram Orazln
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Rfarch | ch. 4, 8:30 a.m. Tne First Estate
(Repeated on Ch. 2 at 6:30 p.m.)
Host: Rev. Luther C. Pierce
Topic: "Chautauqua Institution"
Guests: Dr. Oscar Remick and Rev. Harold
Stephana
March 19 Ch. 10, 9:30 a.m. The Jewish Worship Hour
Host: Rabbi Morton Malavsky, Temple Beth
Shalom, Hollywood
Marti. 19 Ch. 7. 10 a.m. The Still Small Voice
Host: Rnbbi Leon Kronish, Temple Beth Sholom
Guests: Recent immigrants from Russia
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Friday. March 17, 1972
+Jen 1st fbrief inn
Page 11-fl
Committee On Soviet Jewry
Seeking 100,000 Signatures
On April 30 President Nixon
will receive a j>etition containing
the signatures of more than one
RICHARD COHEN
million oonccrnod Americana ask-
ing him. as President of the United
States, to champion the cause of
Soviet Jewry duiing his upcoming
visit to Moscow.
This announcement, made by
IRabbi Mayer Abiamowit/, chair-
man of the Greater Miami Jewish
[Federation's Committee on Soviet
Jewry, came in the midst of a con-
Icentrated effort by the committee
I to secure the signatures of 100,000
I Miamians, as part of the national
[l>etition.
"The Greater Miami area,"
stated Rabbi Abiamowit/, "has
accepted the enormous task of
submitting 10'r of the one million
names that the National Confer-
ence of Soviet Jewry feels it will
take to aid the President in im-
pressing the Russian leaders with
the urgency of our plea."
Rabbi Abramwitz added that on
April 30. which has been de-
signated "Solidarity Day," the
President will be asked to present
the petition to Soviet Chairman
Alexei Kosygin and General Sec-
retary Leonid Brezhnev during
their scheduled May talks.
The Rabbi said, "We know that
the President has expressed his
support for the right of all people
of every nation to emigrate Cicely
and to observe their religion with-
out being subjected to persecution.
"We hope." continued the rabbi,
"that the wishes of one million
Americans presented by our Pres-
ident will be difficult to ignore at
a time when Russia so emphatical-
ly has expressed the desire to in-
crease the level of communication
with the U.S."
Fran (Mrs. Burtoni Levey, vice
chairman of the Soviet Jewry
Committee arid Prcsjilpjt .S> U11'
GMJF Women's Division ex-
pressed her belief that the petition
is a method thai can be employed
at this time to help free Russian
Jews.
Mis. Levey said that the Fed-
eration is conducting its most In-
tensive campaign ever, in an ef-
fort to raise funds for the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emerg-
ency Fund. These funds support
more than 40 local, national and
overseas Jewish agencies as well
as providing vital support to the
people ol Israel ir. the absorption
of an estimated ,'SO.OOO Soviet Jews
who will be arriving tills year.
"The only other thing we can do
to let our people know the deep
concern we feel for their plight is
to make our voices heard." she
said. "We must influence Russia
to "Let Our People Go.' As we ap-
proach the holiday of Passover,"
she continued, "this one phrase
(Let Our People Go I l>cst ex-
presses the purpose to which we
are committed."
Throughout the past several
months, the Committee on Soviet
Jewry has been meeting regularly
for the puriHise of organizing its
effort to help free Russian Jews.
Leaders in the Miami area have
also joined with South Florida col-
lege and high school students to
participate in this task. Every
major Jewish organization in the
community is participating in this
effort and have expressed their
Support for the massive petition
campaign.
At one of these committee meet-
ings, Mrs. Rachel Abramowitz,
special observer from the Univer-
sity of Miami to the Internation-
al Conference on Soviet Jewry
held recently in Israel, discussed
the Russian problem.
"At the conference, it was dni-
Lkvrsally agrcwdi,said Mrs. Abra-
mowitz, "that one of the reasons
Russia is making it so difficult and
so expensive for the Jews (o li ave
is to create a great financial
burden on every Israeli citizen.
"The cost of transporting and
resettling each Russian Jew is so
high." she continued, "thai Rus-
sia ho|>es to force Israel to turn
her back on her children and
break the promise of providing a
homeland for any Jew that wishes
to enter. The Israelis and people
throughout the world who believe
in freedom arc pledged (hat this
will never happen."
Mrs. Abramowitz added that she
felt that the financial response
that Americans have offered in
support of Soviet Jewry has been
extraordinary, and a first priority,
but that the petition campaign
can also be meaningful.
Rabbi Abramowitz announced
that Richard Cohen, editor of the
new ly published book on So\ ie!
Jewry, "Let My People Go," will
; be the guest sjioaker at the meet-
ing of the Soviet'Jewry Commlt-
; tee next Wednesday. "We are hon-
ored," said the Rabbi, "that wv
will be able to gain more insight
into the problems that face Rus-
sian Jews from a man as knowl-
edgeable in the subject as Mr,
, Cohen."
A former newspaperman and
foreign correspondent, Mr. Cohen <
I is a free-lance .journalist and pub-
licist and has si>ent more than 20
! years in Jew ish community ser-
vice. Mr. Cohen, who edited the
wide range of documentary mate-
i rial contained in the new book,
served as chief press officer dur-
ing the World Conference of Jew-
! ish Communities on Soviet Jewry
"held in Brussels in 1971.
Persons wishing to participate
in the Soviet Jewry oCmmittee
1 programs are invited to call the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
office to obtain detailed informa-
tion.
At a recent meeting of the Committee on Soviet Jewry,
chairmen Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz and his wifa. gues"
speaker Rachel Abramowitz, chat with vice chairmen
Fran (Mrs. Burton) Levey, (right).
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Friday. March 17. 1972
I
Pictured at the recent Crystal House cocktail party on behalf
of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's 1972 CJA-IEF
campaign are, from left to right, (standing) Samuel A. Gale,
Jr., cochaimian; Charles G. Reskin, and Lou Harris; (seated)
Joseph Gluckman, chairman and Rabbi Leon Kronish, asso-
ciate chairman of the 1972 CJA-IEF campaign.
| -to t:
Crystal House Residents
e More Than $100,000
Beth Am Offers Awards To
Artists Totaling $1,200
Temple Beth Am's third annual
, Art Show will be held in the social
; hall of the temple from April 15
through April 23. The rules for
entering this Art Show have been
] modified to permil all -artists who;
I qunlify and who pay a $5 entry i
fee, to exhibit their works. Clas- j
. sifications include drawing and
graphics, photography, sculpture,
paintings, (oils, water colors, ac-
rylics, mixed media and collages)
and crafts.
Only original works of art com-
pleted in the past two years which
have not previously won awards
can be submitted; each entrant
is limited to two works of art from
any of the above classifications.
To encourage the best artists in
this area to compete, awards to-
taling $1,200 will be made. Entry-
forms, which can be obtained from
Temple Beth Am, must be post-
marked April 1. The works of art
must be delivered on April 6-7.
The gallery will be closed for judg-
ing on April 8-9.
Pledg
More than $100,000 was pledged
to the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration's 1972 Combined Jewish
Appeal Israel Emergency Fund
campaign by 80 residents of the
Crystal House apartments at a
recent cocktail party.
Featured speaker was Dr. Leon
Kronish, spiritual leader of Tem-
ple Beth Sholom and associate
chairman of the GMJF CJA-IEF
campaign, who made a stirring
appeal. The $100,000 contribution
represents a 70'/!- increase over
what the same people pledged in
3971, it was reported.
Crystal House campaign chair-
man Joseph Gluckman said he was
elated over the response from the
party and added that his cam-
paign committee is now engaged
in face-to-face solicitation of those
residents who were unable to at-
tend the affair.
Cochairmen for the affair were
Murray Drexler, Samuel A. Gale.
Jr., Louis Harris and Charles G.
Reskin. Mrs. Zelda Thau is chair-
ing the Crystal House Women's
Division.
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Hold Reunion June 10
The Miami Senior High grad-
uating class of 1947 will celebrate
its silver anniversary with a re-
urion June 10 at the Miami
Springs Villas.
More than 500 graduates have
been mailed invitational letters.
They are urged to reply by May
1, and to send checks and reserva-
tions by May 25. Checks, payable
to the Miami Senior High Class
of 1947 Reunion, should be mailed
to Box 1814, South Miami, Fla.
33143.
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Miami Jewish Federation's 1972 CJA-IEF campaign. This
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Joey Russell Featured At
Sky Lake C-C Bonds Event
Joey Russell, one of America's
foremost entertainers, will appear
at the first Sky Lake Country
ful engagement at the Copacabana
in New York, has ju6t returned
from a tour of Israel, where he
met with leaders and people of
the country to witness first hand
the progress being made with Is-
rael Bond dollars. -"""^ **
Mr. Russell has starred in num-
erous night clubs and hotels
throughout the country, and is
most known for his mastery of
fast-paced comedy routines. An
accomplished vocalist, he has
created a combined repottoire of
wit and music hailed by critics
and the public alike.
Irving Trabieh, chairman for
the dinner, announced that Herb-
ert and Ida Henschel will be the
recipients of the State of Israel
Shalom Award nn this occasion.
The award is presented to honor
persons who have been outstand-
ing communal leaders on behalf of
the State of Israel.
JOEY RUSSELL
Club-Israel Dinner of State on be-
half of State of Israel Bonds Mon-
day evening, it has been announ-
ced.
Mr. Russell who is featured on
his own television show on NBC,
and recently completed a success-
*4L
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Continued From Page 4-A
likely, he will also have quite
a lot of Northern delegates for
hi means to enter a lot of
Northern states' presidential
primaries. In more than one of
the Northern states, even in-
cluding Michigan of all places,
Wallace has a fair chance of
getting more votes than anyone
else, including Ed Muskie.
So Wallace will have a really
large group of delegates. It may
be that a larger group will be-
long to Wallace than to anyone
else except Sen. Muskie, even
if Muskie retains his place as
the front-runner. Without any
other sinister influences at work,
therefore, the spread of supi>ort
for various candidates f.t Miami
Beach should be quite enojgh
to ensure plenty of blood on the
floor.
BUT THAT is not where the
story ends, by any means. The
National Women's Caucus has
already declared their Intention
to challenge any convention del-
egation that is not one-half fe-
male. One can already picture
Mrs. Bella Abzug charging into
the fray like a nightmare cross
between a bulldozer and an
Amazon.
That supposed leader of mod-
ern thought, Jerry Rubin, has
also announced that he and sev-
eral thousand followers mean to
parade Miami Beach stark
naked. They may well challenge
the Democratic candidates to
join them in nakedness and a
joint of pot.
Then there are the issues.
There is amnesty for the draft
dogers, a sure vote-getter. There
is the great Prof. John Kenneth
Oalbraith's pet scheme for wide-
spread nationahzation of indus-
try, another sure vote-getter.
THERE ARE instant troop
withdrawals from Europe, Viet-
nam and everywhere else a
matter on which Sen. Muskie
has already largely sold' the
pass. There is the strong left-
wing thrust to leave this coun-
try without anv national defense
at all. Here, Muskie has nearly
sold the pass.
Every one of these proposals,
including even the most idiotic
and the most suicidal, will have
loud advocates at Miami Beach.
So say a prayer for Casabianca
O'Brien, with the deck burning
all around him.
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The event will be preceded hy a
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and the new Carillon show.
Lodge Meeting Monday
A regular meeting of the George
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'Jewish ncrldffatr
Friday. March 17. 1972
BOOK REVIEW By Seymour B. Liebman
How To Read People Like A Book
A'""ions Gerard I. Neren-
** berg and H *ry H. Calecp
orated in providing the
skil to Interprei the gestures
Rrrl physical positions of people
in How to Head People like I
HimiU (Hawthorn Hoiks. $6.95).
Nei nberg, a successful lawyer
is tile author of "The Art of
Ni itiating." Calero is also
consultant in the field of nego-
tiating techniques.
Trtey assert thai 'he pro* -
of communication can be Im-
proved by understanding the
mi'iital attitudes indicated by
physical posture-. Non-verbal
signals are more Important than
verbal expression. Both authors
have been studying people for
several years. Their book con-
tains numerous sketches to il-
lustrate their vocabulary
Hires. After reading the hook,
one should be able to t -11 wheth-
er one's opponent is defensive:
how thoughts of Friendliness and
flirtation are expressed; how to
read gestures that are feigned
or have a double meaning; and
much more,
Mr. Nerenberg told mc how-
to decipher the attitudes of the
gates when each was attack'
inn the other. lie explained thai
American culture has produced
its own gestures. The positiot of
ban's, feet, body movement-,
sit tine and crossing the lens are
revelatory and are not shared
by national groups. In the chap-
ter. "Understanding In An En-
vironment," there is an anal-
ys of the gestures of prospec-
tive jurors, judges and opposing
counsel.
Those who have followed the
writings of Richard L. Ruben-
stein will not be surprised at his
recalls Sholem Asch and. his .ac-
ceptance of the statements in
the New Testament as verities.
Just as Asch was, at best, an
agnostic so we read in My
Brother Paul (Harper & Row.
55-95), ". I did not really be-
lieve in him (R.I..R. does not
grant God a capital "H"l ... I
believed in him because 1 needed
him ... I knew I had Invented
him." These were the author's
thoughts when he was a stu-
dent at the Jewish Theological
Russian and Chinese U.N. dele-
embracing of and feeling af-
finity with Paul, one_of the
founders of Christianity. One
Seminary. To no one's surprise,
he subsequently became con-
vinced that Goi was dead if.
indeed, he had ever existed.
Since the rabbi-author rejects
"establishment Judaism" and
reads into Paul what he fines
in himself, we shall have to
find another Chaim Lieberman
to write The Christianity of
Sholem Asch" and substitute
Rubenstein for Asch.
Capital Spotlight: By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
Middle East Facts That Need Telling
Tilt: STATE DEPARTMENTS presentation of the
Middle East's complexities yielded little hard
news at its annual National Foreign Policy Con-
tern for editors and broadcasters from across the
country. Nevertheless, the Department's very reit-
eration Ol it- position and its clarification of ele-
ments muddied by inaccurate and misleading re-
port- formed an important contribution to the un-
deist mding by the media leaders buffeted by the
issues.
That the Middle East is "the most complex and
dangi ion- area in the world" is not saying some-
thing new but pointing out that this evolved be-
causi of the "differences within the Arab world it-
self and ihe potential conflict between the major
powers" puts official focus on the real causes.
Other pails of the presentation similarly hdped
set the record straight as. for example, some of the
following points about the Soviet Union's penetra-
tions.
"Thi Soviet Union for the past several year;
obviously exploited" the Middle Fast for it.s own
interests, the conference was told. The Soviet base
in Egypt is "as much for Soviet objectives in the
Mediterranean probably more so than because
of the Arab-Israeli dispute." The base "takes on
more .significance lor the entire area than the Arab-
Israeli dispute."
.

Israel Newsletter
By CARL ALPERT
Israel's Loyal Opposition
|-i: vt i.t> ABE WILLING to talk politics at the
drop of a hat. And when Moshe Dayan says in a
public interview that there isn't a chance that he
I can ever" become prime mlmstei
i because he is not the favorite of
[his party, it stimulates even more
talk. Further, it has provoked new
| discussion about the role of an
opposition in politics.
The essence of a good demoe-
I racy, at least in the western world
Ms the presence of a vigorous, vig-
' ilant opposition group which can
keep the party in power on its toes, and from time
to time provide an alternative to that party, at thi
helm.
In Israel an opposition does not have an easy
time. Since the creation of the state almo-t a
quarter century ago no single party has ever com-
manded a majority in any of the elections. Govern-
ment has therefore been a coalition of parties in
which one constellation of labor jwrty personalities
has been dominant. Despite occasional regrouping-
this has been the party of Ben-Gurion, Golda Meir
Moshe Dayan, Yigal Alton, Pinhas Sapir and Abba
Kban. to name but a few of the more active members.
Opposition leaders are obviously less well known
for the simple reason that they have never had
opportunity to hold top posts in the government and
to be in the constant limelight.
It is difficult to be an opposition party here.
Any criticism of national policies, whether in de-
fense, economics, immigration or social welfare, can
be shouted down on the grounds, that it constitute*
rocking the boat in time of national emergency.
Nevertheless there appears to be a growing feel-
ing in Israel that the continued domination of one
political group, no matter how good, for too long
a period of time, inevitably leads to burcaticatic
entrenchment and decadence. As a matter of fact,
the opposition points out. the dominant labor group
has held power in Israel uninterruptedly for the
past 50 years, since Jewish self-government was
first established within the framework of the Brit-
ish Mandate. Thi- is perhaps a world record for one
party to continue to hold the reins of power.
Yet it is true that in every election, and pre-
sented with every opportunity to install an alt ma-
tive administration, Israel's electorate has always
given top position, though never a full majority, to
the labor party.
Perhaps the fault lies within the ranks of the
opposition, today known as Gahal. They were never
able to exploit even the great rift in the labor party
when Ben-Gurion and Dayan withdrew to form the
Rafi party. They have never been able to formulate
an alternative program which could command the
support of more than a quarter of the voters in any-
one election They have not been able to produce a
popular leadership. Thi ir major names today are
Menahem Begin and. m re recently, Ezer Wei/man.
During' periods of depression and unemployment
they were never able to transform these issues into
B successful assault on the economic policies of th(
party in power.
An opposition party which has such a remark-
able record of failure is hardly likely to attract
brilliant and ambitious new personalities. These are
Inevitably drawn into the ranks of the successful
party, which is thereby strengthened still more.
And even within such party, if one does no toe
the line, he does not rise to the very top. Moshe
Dayan knows.
Egypt and Israel, the conference was told, dif-
fer in their interpretations of Security Council Reso-
lution 242 of November 1!X;7 but "it is clear 242
meant negotiations" by the two sides and Its ob-
jective is "agreement" between the 'wo sides. The
Arab-Soviet interpretation of 242 in the Security
Council record is "total withdrawal" by Israel to
its June 5, 19o~ lines. "That never has been the
United States interpretation" (nor Israel's I. The
phrase "secure and recognized boundaries" was a
"compromise on the clear understanding at the
time" that the boundaries had to be reached in
negotiation and by agreement (also Israel's view).
The guests asked hard questions: What about
NATO and the effect of a European security treat)
on the Middle East? An.i the results of the Indo
Pakistan war on power in the Indian Ocean? And
discrimination in Israel against oriental Jews?
The sofl underbelly" of NATO is in the Mid-
dle Fast and the Mediterranean, the conference
heard, While the United States an.-! the U.S.S.R.
are interested in working out something in Europe.
a detent among the United States. Europe and the
Soviet Union can'l be consistent with the notion
that the United States have no hand in the Middle
Fast." The U.S. interest in the Indian Ocean is rel-
atively marginal; the Middle East is more vital.
But there is need for manifestation ol the U.S. in-
terest in both areas "because it is not in our inter-
est to let one power control."
"An interesting evolution." the conference was
told, without elaboration, "will take place in the
next six months among the major powers in the
Indian Ocean and the sub-continent."
The United Slates at present is not engaged ir.
negotiations with the Soviet Union over the Middle
East, but "hopes that at some point" the Soviet
Union will see that it is in its own interest to have
peace and stability In the area. The Soviet Union
has paralleled the U.S. effort to "avoid hostilities"
in the Middle East and "whatever the situation had
heated up" the Soviet Union has "acted with re-
straint." But the parallel and the Soviet Union's role
up to now will not result in a peace agreement.
White the United States wants an interim or full
agreement, the Soviets "continue to exploit the
situation," spokesmen said.
There is "increasing concern in Israel over the
social istfues" affecting oriental Jews. When the
threat of war diminishes internal problems are apt
to come to the surface both in Israel and Egypt.
Rut the State Department does not put "too much
significance on Internal Israeli problems" for thai
country's "great unity is security for Israel." Its
internal problems "can be coped with."
Kittle or this is brand new but all of it needed
telling. There was. however, one major shortcoming.
The facts were all on background- that is without
attribution to the top authority who presented them.
But the absence of personal accountability in this
instance does not materially blur the outlines of the
American position,
(Copyright, Ufi, Jewish Tettarsttilb A*ency>


Friday. March Ml, 1972
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Page 15-A
At the recent Seacoast Towers East breakfast, guest speaker
Rabbi Leon Kronish, associate chairman of the CJA-EF
campaign, (center), chats with Zalman Darsky (left) and
Nathan Darsky who were reunited recently after a 62 year
separation.
$ a & '
Rabbi Kronish Speaks At
Seacoast East Breakfast
fi
alion's 1972 Combined Jewish
>peal Israel Emergency Fund
ir.iiaign by the residents of the
a. oast Towers Kast at the an-
jal CJA-IEF fund-raising break-
st.
Rabbi Leon Kronish. spiritual
ider of Temple Beth Sholom and
sociate chairman of the GMJF's
72 CJA-IKF drive, addressed the
ipioximately 125 Seacoast Kast
sMents who attended.
In asking for their support dur-
g the 1972 campaign. Rabbi
ronlah reminded the Seacoast
fist residents that it is their res-
)nsibility, along with that of
cry other Jew living in a free
ciety. to make funds available
Soviet Jews may emigrate to
rael. He emphasized his point by
entioning the reunion that re-
ntly took place between two
mbers of the audience.
Only days before the breakfast,
Nathan Darsky. a resident of Sea-
[<>ast Kast and a prominent phil-
inthropist. was reunited with his
mother Zalman. after a 62-year
separation. During those years,
Salman Darsky had lived in the
soviet Union awaiting the day
tussia would relax her strict Im-
migration law and he could join
US brother in the United States
for a visit.
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Tenor On Talk Show
Lyric tenor Tony Simonc. who
recently appeared at ihv Kden Roc
i Hotel, will be featured on Ch. 10's
"Midday Scene" at 11:30 am.
Monday, ii has been announced
Mr. Simone lias been signed lor a
May 10 concert in Carnegie Hall,
and plans a concert lour in Italy
! later thai month.
T Planning Three Administration Officials
The breater wZL vi ywha Brief Editors, Publishers
More than $100,000 was pledged According to Seacoast K a s t \
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-1 CJA-IKF campaign chairman Wil- !
has opened early registration for
its three summer ;'ay camps,
Tlie DM '-schoul through sixth
gra-'er uamp will hoid two four-
! week sessions, June 19-July 14 and
July 17-Aug. 11. Its program will j
| feature Jewish cultural arts, dance.
I drama, cookouts. athletics and \
arts and crafts.
A Sports Camp for boys 9-12 J
will be directed by Bob Silver,
YMHA Health and Physical di-
rector. Clinics in basketball, gyn-
nastics and aquatics will be held.
The clinic will feature appearances
by professional athletes and field
trips to the Miami Dolphins and
Miami Orioles training camps.
The third day camp is a trip
group directed by Mrs. Vivian
Becker and open to young>tcrs
between 12 and 15 years of age
Trips to beaches, parks, the Ken-
nedy NASA Space Center and
museums are planned. The major
excursion Will be an extended trip
to New Orleans via the Gulf Coast.
Continued from Page l-A
this done."
The State Department offic-
ial said the government would
do its part "privately" and' dis-
closed that mere than half of
the 300 U.S. immigration docu-
ments Issued to Soviet citizens
in 1971 went to Jews.
At another briefing session
Herbert Stein, chairman of the
President's Council of Krononiir
Advisors, was asked what Hie
Federal government will do to
cha11uc the Office of Economic
Opportunity (OEOl guideline*
to provide Federal anti-poverty
funds for Jews who are not now
eligible because they do not live
in federully designated poverty
areas.
Mr. Stein replied that the pov-
erty program does not break
down in terms of minority and
ethnic lines and maintained 'hat
poverty funds were available to
all who are in need.
Asked if the Federal goverrT-
mint is willing to respond t'
Jewish poverty as it has t
black and other minority de-
mands, Mr. Stein said he diiin'
have available the statistics
the studies made.
The Jewish editors were a's
briefed by Joseph J. Slsco, As-
sistant Secretary of State to
Near Eastern Affairs who n
viewed the Mid lie East situ;- -
tion and the American peac
initiative there.
Children's Drama Workshop
The Children's Drama Workshop
of Temple Beth Am opens for the
spring semester Tuesday. Inter-
ested boys and girls, ages S-l
are urged to register early Deceit*
class size is limited. The course
continues through May, when
final production is planned. F
additional information, call th
temple office.
Ham Kinhorn, the $100,000 that
| was raised at the breakfast rep- j
resents a 45'; increase over what
the same people contributed in
1971.
Chorale's Concert Sunday
Sponsored By Chase Federal
The University Civic-Chorale, an
organization composed of finr so-1
loists and a chorus of more than i
100 beautifully blended voices, will
give a program of interest to mu- ]
I sic lovers Sunday at the Miami
Beach Auditorium. The program
' will be conducted by musician
I composer and author, Robert S.
! Hines. a visiting professor at the
j University of Miami.
Admission is free to the public,
i It is presented by the Miami Beach
Cultural Society and sponsored as
a community service by Chase
Federal Savings & Loan Associa-
tion. Chairman will be Allen A.
Dworkis, president of the Miami
Beach Cultural Society; Mayor
Chuck Hall will extend greetings
from the city and the audience
will be welcomed by George W.
Valentine, \ice president of Cliase
Federal.
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Jewish Floridian King Hussein,s l>la
Miami Florida Friday, March 17, 1972
Section B
200 Communal Leaders
Attend CJF Meetings
More than 200 Jewish com-
munal leaders and Federation
executives will assess the major
areas of Jewish communal res-
ponsibility at home, overseas
and in Israelat the quarterly
national board and committee
meetings of the Council of Jew-
ish Federations and Welfare
Funds (CJF) in New York this
weekend.
During the four-day conclave,
delegates from more than 75
communities throughout the
United States and Canada will
participate in a series of com-
mittee meetings focusing on
, priorities in American Jewish
communal commitment. Under
discussion will be a wide range
of ongoing programs and pro-
posals for the strengthening of
Jewish communal service that
call for community and CJF ac-
tion.
Throughout the four days of
meetings, CJF's deliberations
will focus on:
The present status of com-
munity federated campaigns
which have raised over $130 mil-
lion to date in their initial stages
for local, national and world-
wide Jewish needs, and plans for
the next phases.
0 The Committee on Federa-
tion Planning for Jewish Educa-
tion's proposed guidelines for
Federation financial and other
relations with day schools.
The Personnel Services
Committee's plans for the new
Federation Executive Recruit-
ment and Education Program.
The Federation Endowment
Fund Development Committee
study of measures to improve
the productivity of community
endowment programs, and op-
portunities arising from recent
legal provisions.
The Social Planning and
Research Steering Commit tie.
at an Institute on Housing for
the Elderly, will deal with issues
involved in the planning and
operation of housing and related
services for the aged.
Planning for the needs of
the aged will also be a focus of
the Intermediate Cities Services
Committee, with achievement
reports from two communities--
Hartford and Albany. Other
areas to be covered include cam-
paigning, staffing and closer in-
tegration of budgeting and plan-
ning.
The Urban Affairs and
Public Welfare Committee will
devote its attention to exploring
social legislative proposals and
needs at the national, state and
local levels.
The Large City Budgeting
Conference will continue its an-
nual review of budgets of na-
tional Jewish organizations.
The Large City National
Advisory Committee on Public
Relations will explore programs
and priorities in the light of ex-
panding Federation responsib-
ities.
The Committee on Funding
National Campus Projects, a
subcommittee of the College
Youth and Faculty Committee,
which last year awarded $25,000
to national student and faculty
projects, will review current ap-
plications for grants.
A highlight of attention will
be the founding of the Joint Cul-
tural Appealwhich is to serve
as the central address for fund-
raising purposes for nine Jewish
cultural, historical and educa-
tional agencies.
Agencies represented by the
Appeal are: the American Jew-
ish Historical Society, the Jew-
ish Publication Society, Amer-
ican Academy for Jewish Re-
search. Leo Baeck Institute.
Conference on Jewish Social
Studies, Congress of Jewish
Culture, Histadruth Ivrith of
America, YIVO Institute for
Jewish Research and the Na-
tional Foundation for Jewish
Culture.
The CJF is the association of
central community organizations
--Federations, Welfare Funds,
Community Councilsserving 800
Jewish communities in the
United States and Canada. It
aids these communities to mo-
bilize maximum support for the
UJA and other overseas agen-
cies, as well as for major nation-
al and local services involving
financing, planning and operat-
ing health, welfare, cultural,
educational, community rela-
tions and other programs bene-
fitting all residents.
Jacques Torczyner
Resigns AZF Post
By SPECIAL REPORT
JERUSALEM The Israel
government was to begin top-
level consideration Thursday of
the plan announced this week
by King Hussein which calls for
creation of a United Arao King-
dom, including autonomous re-
gions in East Jordan and Pales-
tine.
The Hussein plan, already
under attack from Palestinian
terrorist groups, would keep all
of the Israeli occupied West
Bank under his rule, but with
a capital outside of Amman.
Sources here pointed to the
bloody civil war of 1970 and
Palestinian claims of discrimi-
nation against them by the king
as major factors against Hus-
sein's securing support from
Palestinians.
Israeli officials stressed that
the Hussein plan was an in-
dependent action on his part,
involving no peace settlement,
but noted that the Jordanian
monarch did not center his plan
on an Arab rule of Jerusalem.
The projected federation of
East Jordan and Palestine would
find Palestinians in a majority.
even without adding the Ga/.a
strip to the proposed revised
kingdom.
Most officials here awaited de-
tails of the Hussein proposal be-
fore taking positions, and Prime
Minister Golda Meir delayed
any comment until after the
Cabinet meetings.
U.S. State Department leaders
informed in advance of King
Hussein's plans-rcfartedly viewed
the propose: as a major step
towards solution of the Middle
East crisis.
NEW YORK (JTA)
Jacques Torczyner. a past presi-
dent of the Zionist Organiza-
tion of America and a member
of the World Zionist Organiza-
tion Executive, resigned from the
National Board of the Ameri-
can Zionist Federation Sunday.
His action followed the adop-
tion of a resolution by the na-
tional executive committee of
the AZF expressing no confi-
dence in Mr. Torczyner and re-
questing him to resign as chair-
man of the national board. The
resolution was adopted by a vote
of 16-3.
As chairman of the national
board, Mr. Torczyner held the
highest post with the AZF among
ZOA officials.
In announcing his resignation.
Mr. Torczyner said the AZF
had been founded "with great
hopes about its future and its
impact on the American Jewish
community. Unfortunately, these
hopes were not realized," he
said, "because the Federation,
by its very nature, was forced
to reduce its ideological position
to the lowest common denomi-
nator. As a result, it has not be-
come a factor in the Jewish
community."
Mr. Torczyner, who is also co-
president of the World Union of
General Zionists, acknowledged
a need for "an overall coordinat-
ing body of American Zionist
organizations," but said the AZF
has fallen far short of fulfilling
such a role.
Instead, he said, the AZF over-
stepped its designated function
by heedlessly attempting to
"take over the specific activities
of some of its constituent orga-
nizations.
Representative Ogden R. Reid (R-N.Y.) former U.S. ambus-
sador to Israel is greeted by Dr. Miriam Freund, chairmen
of Hadassah's 60th Anniversary Committee, as Hadassah
president Faye L. Schenk, looks on. They are standing in
front of photo of Henrietta Szold, at 60, founder of Hadassah.
The multi-media exhibition at the Jewish Museum will run
through March 26.
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Friday, March 17, 1972
Mrs. Wunchick
Dr. liebenson
Plans for a Patrons Committee for the April Dedication Con-
cert cf the Greater Miami Hebrew Academy were outlined
ct a lur.checn at the North Bay Rd. home of Mr. and Mrs
Marry Koretzky. Princ.pals, left to right, include Mrs. Ted
Bcdin. Mrs. Bernard Edelstein. Mrs. Koretzky and Rabbi
Alexander S Gross, principal of the Hebrew Academy.
The concert will feature Arthur Fiedler conducting the en-
tire Greater Miami Philharmonic Orchestra in the Miami
Beach Audkorium. wi;h Israeli violinist Sergiu Luca r-s
o: est soloist. Proceeds from the Dedication Concert will
help speed completion of the new junior and senior high
school building of the Hebrew Academy.
Popick Chairman
Of Shaw Dinner
h civic and rell jioni
Jack S. Popick ha* been
i chairman of the April 16
Academy Which will honor
an I.. Shav. I'ii his lifetime
In to Judaism and the Jew-
i;.|e
Announcement >! Mr. Popick's
lance was made bj Irving
Firtel. .Miami Beach attorney who
i- president ol the Hebrew Acad-
''.: Popktk i- vice president
rtl the Hebrew Academy and of
Temple Emanu-El, president-elecl
Jewish Home I'u tin- Aged
>i <'. :.iii Miami and
ol ih- Bureau ol Jewish
The April lf> Dedication Dinnei
will climax a week dedicating the new .junior and sen-
ior high school building of the He-
brew Academy now under con-
itruction acroai
from I hi- main
Terrace.
A Dedication
Fine Tree Drive
campus at 24th
Concert at the
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ducting tin- entire Greater Miami
Philharmonic Orchestra. Israeli
violinist Sergui Luca will be ii;*
t .-oioist lor the concert
a meeting was held recently at
the home ol Mi. and Mrs. Murry
Koretzkj to plan for social activ-
ities relating to th< Dedication
Concert, largest cultural activij
in thi' history Ol the Hebrew Acad-
emy.
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, prin-
cipal, said the new building will Ix-
in full operation for the 1972-73
academic year and v. ill enable the
South'i largest Hebrew daj school
: lo expand to 1.0' .Is.
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ENJOY TRADITIONAL
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Operation Re-Entry Rises To Challenge
.. r... .. u I.'l tin f,,lU- thi'n tm t,,, ,-,,,,. a1..4!
Teachers Added To
Day School's Staff
Judge Frederick M. Barad. chair-
man of the Board of Education,
has announced the appointment ol
three additional tea. hers to the
stalf of the I-ehrman Day School.
Dr. Jean \V. Lee, Science and
Mathematics instructor, received
her Bachelor ol Science .lejjtee in
: Physics and Mathematics from the
Florida State University, ami hei
Ph.D. in Physics from Brown Uni-
versity in Pi Dr. l.ee hag
' tauRht in the Junior and Senioi
I High Schools in northern Florida
'and was an instructor the Under-
ii at Brown Univei -
sity I'ii '' yeai -.
Dr. Joseph Liebenson Hebrew
ti-.i, i luate oi Chicago
i' 111-. sit> and I "i Jew-
Si dies. I'iio; to coming to
;! Lith
his I'h O d< -
He has
minous work on
Con Religion, and loi
ii i i'e editor
oi a children's magazine. Or. Lie-
benson was principal of one of the
larger Hebrew Schools in Akron.
Ohio before coming to Florida.
Mrs. l>onna Mum-hick. Art In-
structor, comes to the I^ehrman
Day School as a graduate of the
University ol Miami where hei
Art History and
Education I I ha- e b
exhibited al Grovi H mse and
Lowe Caller done
Arts and Crafts counsc ling for the
I tade ('oi.iii. i m. She
'is currently on hei Mas-
ter'- degree in Ai I Hist
The I., hi ool, w hii-h
is under the personal supervision
"i Dr. Irving Lehrman, is th" larg-
est Con All-Day School
:in the southea-
Sunshine Chapter Plans
Donor Luncheon
Sunshine Chapter, B'nal B'rith :
Women, will honor their hard
working members who have gonel
I way "over the top" in earning
. their allocations for B'nal B'rith
charities by inviting them to the
yearly Donor Luncheon at the
[Eden Roc Hotel Thursday, March,
23 at noon.
Mrs Sidney Weintraub will be
guest speaker. I.es and Elaine.
Wagner will entertain Mrs. Leon
Keller is chairman of the lunch-
I eon, Mrs. Francis Cans is CO-
; chairman. Mrs. Arnold Rothen-
berg is president of the Chapter.
Operation Re-Entry, a free re-
habilitative progi im, I 'caring up
it. reach teenagers ol the com-
munity with drug i"",i!' '""
Using a combination ':
ii, .|.,|,s ii neounlei loi edu-
natiom '" i'i ll
and ou.-ii hou ie N tual na-
mi at rl Ihi ii 'Ii i !-<.....I|!'''1 '',lj|-
dren can
Re-Entr.> hope I i put the
brakes on a pi i Jem that had been
called epi in I' ill tin- ana
The organization has two Miami
1200 5th St., an l
where help maj
Reai h racilit'.-
2602 c illin* Vvc
be wught.
The program is under Ihe direc-
iion ol Warren Klein, an eight
year drug user who has been clean
i off drugs) for nine years. Mr.
Klein fee** there is no one solution
io drug u
"Only more education where
you reach people on a preventati
imovativ-
will work," he said
' part* ill be held
t K -i.... ,,i the
ion.
Sally Levy Calls JWV Meet
Tin- fourth and fin I Co ncil ,,f
tho
year 1971-72 has been ca:led by
Levj :i lident of thi
partment of Florida Jewish War
Veterans Ladies Auxiliary, for
Sunday, March 26, from 9\'io a.m.
to 3 p.nv at the Washington Fed-
, 699 NK 107th St.. North
Miami Beach.
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announces a traditional
PASSOVER SEDER
Conducted bv CANTOR JOSEPH MAIEK
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29 at 7 P.M.
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conducting
PASSOVER SEDERS
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and
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Hadassah Groups Schedule
Youth Aliyah Luncheons
This week's Hadassah activities
are highlighted by Youth Aliyah
luncheons.
Shiiloma Group will hold a
Youth Aliyah luncheon Monday
noon in the Fontainbleau Hotel
with Miami Beach Chapter's past
president, Mrs. Milton Sirkin, as
guest s|>eaker. Kntertainment will
be provided by singer Aric Kaduri.
Chairman of the day is Mrs. Claire
Steossl with Mrs. Anna Stone
presiding.
Plaza 800 Group has scheduled
a Youth Aliyah luncheon Tuesday
noon in the Seville Hotel. Guest
speaker is Mrs. Sandee Burger of
"Hashachar;" entertainment will
be by the Miami Beach Senior
High School Thespians. Chairman
of the day is Mrs. Rose Kopel;
Mis. Joseph Well will preside.
Kuuna Laura croup's Youth
Aliyah luncheon will be held Tues-
day noon in the Cotillion Rx>m of
ihc Eden Roc Hotel. Presiding will
)* Mrs. Henrietta Fine with Lee
Flnkel as chairman of the day.
Triton Towers Group has sched-
uled its Youth Aliyah luncheon
Wednesday noon in the Kden Hoc
Hotel. Chairman of the day. Fran-
ces Levenson will be honored; Lee
Barry will entertain. Presiding
will be Mrs. Morris Winower.
Eddie Cantor Group plans a
; Youth Aliyah luncheon at noon on
i Thursday, March 23 in the Fon-
| tainebleau Hotel. Mrs. Jeanne
Krasner will preside; Mrs. Hen-
rietta Jonas Ls chairman of the
day.
Henrietta Szolu Group's Youth !
Aliyah luncheon at noon Thurs- !
day, March 23 in the Algiers Hotel |
will celebrate Hadassah's GOth an-
niversary. Mrs. Emanuel Mentz is
guest s|ieaker with musical enter-
tainment by Nina Damion accom-
panied by Olga Bibor Stern on the
piano. Mrs. Hannah Friedman will
preside.
Ilrandeis Group will hold a
Youth Aliyah luncheon at 11:30
a.m. Thursday. March 23. in the
Fontalnebleau Hotel. Mrs. Ben
Lippy Is chairman of the day; Mrs.
David Reinwald will preside.
1 Jewish Music
Mouth Programs
At Beth Sholom
Cantor David Conviser of Tern-!
nle Beth Sholom or Miami Beach |
has announced four special pro- [
grams in celebration of Jewish
Music Month.
The programs will he pa'M <>r,
I he temple's 8:15 p.m. Friday serv-i|
ices during the coming weeks.
A new Sephardic service (with
flute and Israeli drum) will he
Ambassador Barmore To Be
Third Seder Guest April 2
His Excellency, Jacob Barmore,
: s Minister to the United
Nations, will be the principal
speaker at the April 2 Third Seder
;.t the Fontainebleau Hotel which
will open Greater Miami Jewry's
celebration of the State of Israel's
24th anniversary of independence.
Announcement of Minister Bar-
nun's acceptance was mad- by
Jacob Kifkin of M'ami Beach who
las been- named general chairman
or the Third Seder. More than
1,003 persons are expected to at-
the annual banquet spoil
sored by the Israel Htstadrul
Council of South Florida.
Mr. and Mrs. Moe Levin, guests
of honor at the xcarly event, "ill
be i'i cognized for their life-long
leadership for the Jewish people.
Israel and the Histadrut.
Minister Barmore joined Israel's
permanent mission to the United
Nations in 19fi9, climaxing gov-
ernment service that began with
ih" establishment of the Jewish
nation In 1948. He was the first
Secretary-General of the Minis-
try of Food and Supply, then
moved on to the Ministry for For- :
eign Affairs, serving in the Israeli
embassies in IN,land. Cyprus and
Argentinia. From 19i;,3 to 1966 he
was consul general f Israel in
the United States, and later be-
came deputy director of the Min-
istry for Foreign At fairs.
Mr. Rifkin, who is working
closely with Histadrut Council
president Samuel Feinstein and
treasurer Morris Newmarlt in
planning the Third Seder, is chair-
man of the Business and Profes-
sional Division >( the organiza-
tion and a national leader of the
Israel Histadrut Foundation. He
has served as vice president of the
local Hebrew chapter and presi-
dent of the Technion unit in South
Florida.
Reservations for the Third Seder
may be made at the Histadrut of-
fices in the One Lincoln Road
Bldg.. Miami Beach.
Cantor Conviser has niTT'ged
and will conduct the programs;
both the temple's Adult and Jun-
ior Choirs will be heard at all
services.
Members of the Adult Choir in-
ch1 'e Esther Commanday, Ewe
Conviser, Judith Drucker, Mary
Dutton, Salwa Merrige. Goldie
Sussman. Essie Abrams. Helen
Knopke. Eleanor LaForge, Ethel
Sadowsky, Watson Dutton Kenny
Heller, Al Cohen, Sam Rudt and
Hugh Thompson.
Junior Choir members are Rob-
"rt Arkin, Lishka Benes, Bruo
Braxton, Fred Braunsteln, Andy
Diamond. Tracy Diamond, Robyn
Dome, Amy Fredel, Brenda Glas-
>r, Gail Glasser, Brian Kovler,
Robin Lofton, Keith Lerner, Jef-
frey Miller, Sara Nemser, Asa
Nixon, Betty Sonne, Davic Tow-
bin, Mark Weinberg, Amy Wise-
man, Debra Worton, Joe! Yasman,
Joanne Zaiac: organist is Morse
Haithwaite.
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SELECTION OF
DIETETIC CANDIES
Humphrey, Jackson Surpass
Muskie But Wallace Wins
Florida voters Tuesday gave;
overwhelming support to Gov.:
George Wallace, equal education I
opportunities so long as forced
busing is not employed and pushed
Sens. Hubert Humphrey and Hen-
ry M. (Scoop) Jackson into con-
tention for the Presidency.
In Dade County, the electorate
recalled four Metro Commission-
ers- -Alex Gordon, Hardy Mathe-
son. Karl Carroll and Ben Shepard
but vetoed by a more than 2-
to-1 margin a change in the form
of government to a strong mayor
system.
Statewide constitutional amend-
ments for judicial reform and stu-
dent loans, which will abolish Jus-
tice of the peace courts and up-
grade juvenile courts, passed eas-
ily Miami and Miami Beach vot-
ers provided strong support for
bond issues including a S39.9 mil-
lion Varks issue in Miami.
Strongest statewide support of
all wuii'to a straw ballot proposal
that prayer be permitted in pub-
lic schools. The question, strongly
op|>osed by the organized Jewish
community, won approval by a
margin approaching 4-to-l.
Republican voters gave Pres-
ident Nixon a landslide endorse-
ment in the GOP primarmy. Final
figures showed Gov. Wallace with
42',; of the Democratic vote. Sen.
Humphrey second at 1896 and
Jackson third at 18%. Sen. Ed-
mund Muskie lost his frontrunner
status, polling a mere 9'.'. edging
New York Mayor John Lindsay
and Sen. George McGovern for
fourth place.
Sen. Humphrey picked up six
delegates- -winning the 11th Con-
gressional District handily to 75
delegates for Gov. Wallace. Miami
Beach and North Miami Beach j
precincts gave Humphrey a strong
first place, with Jackson second
and the others far behind.
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Seder Services Conducted By Well Known Cantor
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Registration is now open fo
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'Satellite Program" of Child en's
After School Activities al the Ken-
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Tilth A\e.
Classes and activities are held I
ach Tuesday and WednesAij af-
ternoon in arts and .crafts, oil |
painting, modern dance, so-ia'j
dance, drama, sewing, puppetry,
playground activities, soft hail bas-
ketball and bowling.
Boys and girls from kindergarten
through sixth grade are eligible to '
unroll in these activities. The pro-
gram is supervised by the YMIIA
ttaff of trained social workers,
cultural arts specialists and rec-|
rational specialists.
United Synagogue Youth
presents
STARRING
Miss
Geula
Gill
with
Israeli
Passover
Festival
SUNDAY, APRIL 2nd, 8 p.m.
MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM
.'I
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THE VOICES FOUR (Arbah coiot)
EDDIE SCHAFFER DAVID LESTER and His Orchestra
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Tickets available for
Synagogues
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USY 446-6453
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Friday, March 17, 1972
One of the numerous parlor meetings held by the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation Women's Division on behalf of
the 1972 CJA-IEF campaign hosted by Mr. and Mrs. Eli
Timoner in their South Dade home. Guests included Mrs.
Gerald Greene and Mrs. Harold Silberman (left), and Mrs.
Irving Getz (right), pictured here with their hostess.
'Past The Half-Way Mark,'
Women's Division Reports
The Greater Miami Jewish Fed- i
eration's Women's Division has
passed the half-way mark in its j
$1,100,000 campaign goal on behalf !
of the 1972 Combined Jewish Ap- i
peal-Israel Emergency Fund ac-
cording to Norma (Mrs. Jerome)
Kipnis and Toby (Mrs. Leonard)
Friedland, Women's Division vice
presidents for campaign. More
than $600,000 has been pledged to
this year's campaign, representing
a 56Ci increase over what the
same women pledged in 1971.
"We have been fortunate this
year," said Mrs. Kipnis, "in hav-
ing an unprecedented number of
community leaders working for
us. In previous years, only a hand-
ful of women offered their help,
both financially and in voluntary
service to the community. I only
hope that this increased level of
participation continues, because
there is a lot more to be accom-
plished and plenty of room for any
woman who wishes to participate
in our efforts."
According to Mrs. Friedland,
the major thrust of the 1972
Women's Division campaign has
been a series of parlor meetings
held in order to increase the de-
gree of personalized solicitation!
that is needed to have a success-
ful drive.
"Reports from Miami Beach.
South Dade and North Dade par-
lor meetings indicate large in-
creases over the results from the
mass luncheon meetings that the
Women's Division has held in the
past," Mrs. Friedland said.
There are many parlor meetings
to be held and numerous women
to be seen before tht $1,100,000
Women's Division campaign goal
is realized, however, she added.
Mrs. Kipnis explained that fig-
ures cited from the Trustee
Group (gifts of $5,000 or more)
are a good indication of
the success of the Women's
Division campaign. "To date," said
Wometco Theatres
Mrs. Kipnis, "the Women's Divi-
sion has 40 Trustees. In all of
1971, we only had 29 women who
pledged $5,000 or more to the
campaign. Our goal this year is to
reach 50 Trustees which would be
almost a 100% increase over
1971."
U.S. Postal Service I
Wins Appeal, Hikes
Third Class Rates I
The U.S. Postal Serico this week j
raised some third-cla*s temporary
mail rates, according to Postmas-
ter E. M. Dunlap.
The major change will be a 5
centTninimum per piece charge
applying principally to aciverti:inq
circulars. The present reduced
rates for non-profit organizations
will not be affected.
Regular bulk rate for circulars
will jump from 23 cents per pound
to 28 cents per pound with a mini-
mum per piece charge of 5 cents,
whichever is higher. The regular
bulk rate for books and catalogs
will go from 17 to 21 cents per
pound with a minimun charge of
5 cents per piece.
Single niece third class mail to
Canada and Mexico also will cost
more to send.
The hiKc-s followed a successful
anpeal by the Postal Service,
which had planned to implement
the increases Jan. 24 but was
blocked by the District Court.
The appeal decision was handed
down by the District of Columbia
Circuit Court of Appeals.
Mrs. Morris Waldman 'Mother Of The Ye**'
Mrs. Morris Waldman was to
be cited for her years of work
with young people at a Thursday
luncheon and fashion show spon-
sored by the Hebrew Academy
Women in the Waldman Hotel.
Miami Beach. Her daughters, Bar-
bara and I-auric. were also to re-
ceive special i-ecognltion.
In addition to her work at the
a Academy, Mrs. Waldman
has been selected as the "Mother
of the Year," and her family own
and operate (amp Ocala, one of
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They are also available
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Our Chocolate Matzo balls are cute
little balls of delicious chocolate. There
are three kinds in each box: coconut
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blended with French chocolate.
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Friday. March 17, 1972
Morton L. Kamper of Kalti-
xaore, Md., the newly elected
:ist vice president cf the Na-
tional Federation of Tetr-ple
3rotherhoods and chancellor of
he Jewish Chautaugua Soci-
ety, will be the guest speaker
at Sunday's Brotherhood break-
fast at Temple Bsth Am. ac-
cording to an announcement
.-nade by Harold M. Malin. the
emple's ICS chairman.
Freeport Groundbreaking
Fi eporl Hebrew Congregation I
ndbreaking ceremonies
for its permanent home on ECasi
Highway last wi ek, ac-
i i- to Charles Schlakman,
ron-.- ition president. Rabbi
Leon Krtmij.il <>f Temple Beth
Sliolom, Miami Beach, gave the
iwo?ation. Greetings from Prime
-.(r Lyndon O. Pindling were
xtended t>j Grand Bahama Si na
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Friday. March 17, 1972
"Jen "stFhridttoin
Pago 7-3
LEHRMAN DAY SCHOOL SCHOLARSHIP BALL
Emil Morton Named
Honorary Chairman
Emil Morton, vice president of
Temple Emanu-El, has been
named honorary chairman of the
[MIL MOM ON
April 22 Scholarship Ball of the
lehrman Day Scl.ool, general
chairman Leonard Zilbcrt announ-
ced tills week.
Mr. Morton, who will serve with
honorary cochairmen Samuel N.
Friedland, Matthew Kosenhaus
and Harry Fearlman, acted as
chairman of the building commit-
tee for the new Social Hall and
School Building of Temple Kmanu-
El and is one of the founders of
(he Lehrman Day School.
Mr. and Mrs. Morton, active
leaders of the Opera Guild of
Greater Miami, will work closely
with Judge Herbert S. Shapiro.
Temple Emanu-El president, and
Mr. Zilbert in plans for the April
2-' event.
Robert Blum. Irving Cowan and
Stephen Muss, all former general
chairmen of the Scholarship Ball.
have been named to a special com-
mittee to work with Mr. Zilbert
in planning for the $125-a-couple,
black tie dinner-dance.
Receptions have been held at
the homes of Mr. ami Mrs. Lester
Mlshcon and Mr. and Mrs. William
Gordon to organize committees
for the affair, an annual high-
light of the Jewish social and com-
munity calendar.
Dr. Irving Lehrman. in whose
honor the school is named and who
personally supervises all of its ac-
tivities, this week noted the com-
munity nature of the Lehrman
Day School and called for support
from non-temple members.
He |x)inted to the growing ac-
ceptance of the community He-
brew day school in American Jew-
ish organizations, anil said "The
Lehrman Day School and its coun-
terparts are at the very founda-
tion not only of quality Jewish
education but of the growth of
I Judaism at home and in the j
world."
Panel Discussion Set
"You Don't Have To Be Sick"
is the topic for a panel discussion
and ojien forum at the Gr ater
Miami Chapter meeting of the
American Natural Hygiene Soci-
ety, at 9:45 p.m. Tuesday in the
Washington Federal Auditorium,
j 11.'13 Normandy Dr. Also sched-
I uled are elections and the Instal- j
I LatiOH with past president Joseph ;
j Brenner officiating Panel mem-
bers are Robert Bordin, Shirley i
Green and Anne Carol.
Singles Cocktail Party Sunday
MRS. ALFPCD TUVIN
Brunch For Winter
Residents Planned
A "Shalom" gala brunch for reg-
istered members and friends of the
Hadassah Center for Winter Resi-
dents will take place in the Al-
giers Hotel's Rubaiyat Ballroom
Wednesday noon.
The four-star program will in-
clude a preview of Plaster "sun-
shine fashions" by Burdine's. Mrs.
Alfred Tuvin, national chairman
of the Hadassah Center, will pre-
side.
Mrs. William K. Dorfman of
New York City, a member of the
National Board of Hadassah. chair-
man of the National Committee
for Youth Aliyah Fundraising,
Hadassah's representative to the
Welfare Board, will be the guest
speaker. Song stylist I.ila Savitt
will perform on her accordion.
Reservations may be made at
the Hadassah Center in the Mou-
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dian Creek Dr
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Friday. March 17. 1972
First Woman Kabbi Is Last
Adult Institute Lecturer
Sally Priesand, who Jewish his-
torians say will bo the first woman
bi when she is ordained at the
which for the first time this year,
featured a number of outstanding
women lecturers, Mrs. Priesand
will discuss "A Woman Rabbi: Hei
Problems, Prerogatives and Frin-
5ALLY MHtSAHD
Hebrew Union Collese in Cincin-
nati in June, will brine the annual
Greenfield Adult Institute at Tem-
ple Lsrael of Greater Miami to a
close Sunday morning.
In a fitting climax to a program
A native of Cleveland, Mrs. Prie-
sand received a B.A. degree in
English from the University of
Cincinnati and has been part of
the Hebrew Union College under-
graduate and graduate program
since 1964. She served student pul-
pits in Champaign, 111., Halties-
burg. Miss., and Jackson, Mich, ani
this year was a rabbinic intern at
the I-aac M. Wise Temple in Cin-
cinnati. She has been vi?e presi-
dent of her class and the seminary
student body, and treasurer of th
latter.
Last February, Mrs. Pri--aml
was honored by the B'nai B'rith
Women at their International Con-
vention for "her pioneering role
in Jewish religious life."
Gladstone To Try
For A Judgeship
Attorney William V.. Gladstone,
chairman of the Juvenile and
Homes'ie Relations Court of the
Dade County Bar Association, will
be a candidate for a Juvenile and
Domestic Relations Court judge-
ship.
Mr. Gladstone, who backed the
judicial reform amendment on the
March 14 ballot is a nartner in
the lirm of August, Nimkoff &
Gladstone. A native of Birming-
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' of Family Law Committee of
! Dade County Bar Association, is
i on the Courts Committee of the
Dade County Bar Association and
I is a lecturer for the Florida Bar's
Continuing Legal Education
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In addition to his activities in
the Bar Association Mr. Gladstone
was a founder and first secretary
ol the Greater Miami Philharmon-
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past president of the Men's Club
of Temple Israel. He is current
vice president of the Greater Mi-
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* Jewish florid tor
J-
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Textbooks Ignore Or
Distort Jews' History
NKW- YORK Dr. Gavin I.
Langmuir, professor of history at
Itanford University, reports that
locial studies textbooks now in
fcse in U.S. hif."h schools and col-
gea large'v ignore the contrib-
litions oi Judaism and Jews to
modern civilization.
ences of textbook publishers; pub-
lication of Waitings on Jewish
History: A Selected, Annotated
and Graded Bibliography as an
aid to teachers; meetings with
major textbook publishers to pro-
vide assistance in the revision of
: textbooks and the preparation of
Spea/.ing at an Amerkai. Jew- new books; and approaches to the
Ish C -nmittee luncheon, Prof, i National Kducation Association
Langmuir charged that this "ne-
jlect" v. as directly responsible for
It lie ign ranee of most Americans
[about Judaism. Jewish history,
[and UK persecution of Jews
I through the ages.
EvB courses in prejudice and
race relations, Prof. Langmuir
said. "hi.ve little to say about Jud-
aism or Jewish history. For the
overwhelming majority of stu-
dents, the only portrayal of Jud-
aism and Jews at any level of
sophistication is provided by the
more specialized history courses.
But thfc' portrayal is minimal and j tee believes that American his-
and the Federal Office of Educa-
tion to develop training programs
for teachers.
"We expect publishing houses
to develop roles of Jews in Amer-
ican philanthropy and social serv-
ices, in developing labor unions,
and in education. We would like
to see emphasis placed on Jewish
ideas in Western thought, the
holocaust, Zionism and Israel as
a Jewish national liberation move-
ment," Mr. Rosenman declared.
"The American Jewish Commit-
more likely to reinforce stereo-
types than to reduce them." he
added.
TalroudJc Judaism ".s almost
universally ignored," Prof. Lang-
muir c. r.tinued. "The greatest tal-
mudie i ommentator of the Middle
Ages, RaaM, is never mentioned."
Prejudice against the Jews, or.
I.nn<;ri li feels, "has l>een the old-
est prejudice in a western society
that t now trying to come to
terms v\lth its propensity for pre-
judice. There is little general un-
derstating of the central pheno-
omenon of anti-Semitism and ex-
planations of persecution try to
save th face of the majority," ht j
added.
Textbooks play down relifclom j
and economic exploitation of Jews.
Professor Langmuir stated. "Noth-
ing is said of the fact that, from
its earliest days, the organized
church continuously depicted' Jews
as Ovtist-killers, until hatred of
Jews was deep-rooted in European
Culture." Yehuda Rosenman. diree- i
(tor of the American Jewish Com- I
ittee',- Jewish Communal Affairs |
lepartment, called attention toj
he Committee's long-standing |
oncern with the failure of his-;
ry textbooks to deal adequately i
ith Jewish themes. He outlined;
eps the Committee had taken to
tag about changes:
Examination of social studies I
xtbooks widely used in U.S.
if; preparation of Guidelines
Jewish History In Social Studies
struetlona] Material for confer-
torians and universities should es-
tablish courses in Jewish history
and integrate Jewish history into
general history," Mr. Rosenman
said.
Founded in 19C(i, the American
Jewish Committee is this coun-
try's pioneer human relations or-
ganization.
Happenings
William W. B. t'pton has been
elected vice president and trust
investment officer of the Miami
Beach First National Bank, ac-
cording to Thomas I.. DiiNthi-
nu-r, president.
to -to -to
Charles J. Brad-thaw, who has
been elected to the Board of Di-
rectors of United Bancstiares of
Florida, Inc., is president of sev-
eral real estate and finance
companies and Bradco insur-
ance Agency. He Ls a Trustee of
Florida Presbyterian College,
the Bradshaw and Interschol-
astic Foundations, and a direc-
tor of The Miami Heart Insti-
tute.
a -to -d
K:ill>i Arthur J. I.elyvfld, na-
tional president of the American
Jewish Congress, will be visit-
ing in the Miami area Friday
through Monday.
Beach NCCH Unit
Holding Luncheon!
The Miami Beach Chapter of
National Children's Cardiac Hos-
pital was to hold its annual Pledge
Luncheon Thursday noon on the
Starlight Roof of the Doral Hotel.
About a c'ozen members will* be
honored for their volunteer serv-
ices to the hospital, which is one
of the facilities of the University
of Miami's School of Medicine.
Herman M. Hoff. administrator.
j will be guest speaker. He will be
presented with a check represent-
i ing funds raised for NCCH by
' the Chapter.
Mrs. Phillip Charof, Chapter
I president, will be luncheon hostess;
I Mrs. Henrietta Fine is publicity
i chairman and Mrs. Nat Cohen is
j ticket chairman for the eveiit.
----------------------------------
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A new concept of theatre for
the Greater Miami community
involves young people, ages 13
though 20 from the Youth Group
of Temple Beth Am. The group
calls themselves 'Theatre for The I
Remembered," and is pledged to;
take theatrical productions to the
"forgotten members" of our com-'
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Their first booking this week j
1 was at the Miami Stockade. They
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li;th" by Ayn Rand in !he Stock-
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perform at Killian Senior High ,
School Thursday and at the Vet-
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also have confirmed an April 1'ook-
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Centers of Dade County, Inc. Ne-
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j bookings at Youth Hall, Home-
I stead Air Force Base, a black |
| community church, The Unitarian
Church and the senior citizen's
group of Miami beach.
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behalf of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's CJA-IEF
campaign are guest speaker Rabbi Leon Kronish, (left) asso-
ciate chairnTatTof the CJA-IEF campaign, and Mr. and Mis.
William Einhorn. Mr. Einhorn is chairman of the Seacoast
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+Je*isti Meridian
Friday. March 17, 1972
Kenneth Pifofsky
Rebecca Cohen
SfevM Pordo
KENNETH PITOFSKY where he is in the seventh grade.
Kenneth Pitofsky. the son of Mr and Mrs Pardo wiu sponsor
Mrs. Martin Schnell and Jerome thc Kiddush following the services
Pitofsky, will become Bar Mitzvah j in their son's honor, and host a
Saturday, March 18, at Temple! reception and dinner celebrating
Emanu-El.
Kenneth is a student of the
Lelirman Day School.
The celebrant will be honored
with a reception at the Diplomat
Country Club. His grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Teitelbaum
the occasion at the Eden Roc
Hotel Saturday evening.
^ V- V
MICHAEL GOODMAN
Michael Loren, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Goodman, 178O0 SW
112th PI., will be called to the
of New York, will attend the Toran M"a Bar Mitzvah Saturday
event.
* ir A
LEONARDO TACHMES
I
Michael is a seventh grade stu-
Lconardo, the son of Mr. and licM at Rich~,ond Junior High
Mrs. Pablo Tachmes will become
Bar Mitzvah at Temple Menorah,
Saturday morning, March 18.
i^eonarc'o is a sove"th gvde
- will be Michael's grand-
I mother, Mrs. Minnie Siege! and
Iti ''nt at Nautiius
School.
l.,:iowing services there will be j
a Kiddush m Temple Menorah's
hall and Saturday e\c>nin'.;
;i reception and dinner in Leon-
ardo's honor will be held at the
Doial Beach Hotel.
-to -to
REBECCCA COHEN
Rebecca, the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Murray Cohen, will be-
come a Bat Mitzvah at Temple .
Menorah, Friday evening. March Ir|.le Or Olom.
17.
Weekend Shabaton
At Temple Or Olom
Temple Or Olom will hold a
"Shabaton" in the temple March
17 through March 19 for high
school students. The students will
do their own cooking on Friday
afternoon before the Sabbath
boys and girls baking their
own challas, Jewish puddings,
chicken soup and matzoh balls and
chulant. (Chulant is a bean stew
which Jews have been making for
hundreds of years which is started
on Friday afternoon and remains
on the stove until Saturday be
cause cooking is forbidden on the
Shabbat.)
Each participant will bring his
own sleeping bag end join in serv-
ices Friday evening, Saturday
morning and Saturday afternoon.
After services, there will be group
singing, folk dancing, discussions
study and rap sessions throughout
the night.
There are no telephone calls
television, or use of electricity.
The students are on their own re-
i sources away from the tension
man Also planning to attend are I ^ '..........
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F: enrich <> 1
Lynn, Mass.
morning. March 18 at Temple Or
Olom.
School.
Mr. and Mrs. Coodrr.ar. will hosi
the Kid.'ush in their son's honor
jjxe-x "niuh I following 'he son ices Among
MARCIA R A DOFF
up with their peers.
Rabbi Ralph Z. Glixman, orga-
nizer and originator of the Shaba-
, ton at Temple started the project
Marcia Lynn, the daughter o hlllll a voar
Mr. an = Mrs. Samuel Radoff. 9221 abUt U >Car afe-
SW nth St.. will celebrate her
Bat Mitzvah Friday evening at
Rebecca is a seventh grade stu-
deni at the Hebrew Academy.
ir H *
STEVAN PARDO
Stevan, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Pardo, will be called to
the Torah as Bar Mitzvah at 10:45
a.m. Saturday, March 18, at Tem-
ple Beth Sholom.
Stevan, a member of the temple's
Confirmation Class of 5734. at-
A student at Rockway Junior
High School, Marcia plays the
flute in the concert band.
The Radoffs will host an Oneg
Shabbat in their daughter's honor
Coordinator for the Shahatoi
will be Daniel Fried who is em-
ployed by the Board of Jewish
Education's Youth Department. He
has spent three years in Israel
working as a teacher at the Is-
rael American University. Assist-
ing him will be Arthur Kurtz who
just returned from Israel and is an
following the service. Among the | administrator in government vo-
gueste will be the celebrant';-
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Berry
Clein, Mrs. Dora Radoff; her aunt.
Mrs. Alan Rose of Silver Spring.
Md.; and uncle and aunt Mr. and
Mrs. Nat Scolnick of Elizabeth,
tends Nautilus Junior High School, N.J.
Issues, Not Age,
Cause The Gap
WASHINGTON, D.C. "Our
society is facing more of an issues
gap than a generation gap." said
Dr. Max F. Baer, national direc-
tor of the B'nai B'rith Youth Or-
ganization, at the opening session
of the B'nai B'rith Youth Commis-
sion.
"Young people are the shock
troops of thc reform movements
of our day," declared Dr. Baer,
who has been in youth work for
almost four decades. "They (the
youth) tend to be more idealistic
than adults who are entrapped In-
vested interests. They are not
shackled to obsolete traditions,"
he added, recalling that at last
year's White House Conference on
Youth there were only two issues
out of the hundreds that were de-
bated on which youth and adults
failed to agree.
"There is conflict and confronta-
tion between the generations,' Dr.
Baer said. "But the generations
are not headed toward clash and
collision. The differences are more
pronounced in lifestyles than in
values, and in intensity rather
than in the nature of beliefs.
"The revolt of youth is directed
against the failure of society to
establish the peace and social jus-
tice which we have verbalized in
our prayers for many centuries.
Nor have the young rejected the
American dream. What has alien-
ated them has been our failure ts
carry out in full the spirit of the
Declaration of Independence and
the Bill of Rights," he said.
Though the picture of Judaism
in America has been called bleak,
it can be overdrawn, he cautioned.
"And we may be overly pessimistic
atout the breakdown of Jewish
family life."
Dr. Baer quoted from a survey
of entering college freshmen by
the American Council on Educa-
tion in which 42% of the Jewish
freshmen males stated that during
the preceding year they had dis-
cussed their future frequently with
their parents, while the corres-
ponding proportion for men of
other religions was 32.5%. Of the
Jewish girls, 51.5% had discussed
their future frequently with pa-
rents, while 48.2"; of girls of other
religious groups had done so.
Dr. Baer also mentioned a study
of over 200 presidents of B'nai
B'rith Youth Organization regions
and councils in which about 56%,
said their parents had a more po-
sitive influence on their Jewish
identification than any other per-
son. Only 10% felt that their pa-
rents had no influence on their
Jewish identification.
Dr. Baer is chairman of the
White House Conference Follow-
up Committee of the Council of
National Organizations on Chil-
dren and Youth.
cational training.
Lodge To Honor
Leo Eisenstein At
Installation Event
Leo Eisenstein will be honored
at the 26th annual installation din-
ner of Miami Beach B'nai B'rith
Lodge No. 1591, the oldest in this
area, at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday in
the Seville Hotel.
Mr. Eisenstein, who has marked
his 50th year as a member of the
largest Jewish service organiza-
tion in the worm, will receive a
certificate and pir! from the Pres-
ident of International B'nai B'rith,
David Blumberg.
One of the founders of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
and a member of the Board, Mr.
Eisenstein helped establish the
Anti-Defamation League office in
Miami in 1935, and was also among
those who opened the Hillel House
on the University of Miami cam-
pus.
George Talianoff, chairman of
the Society of Fellows, the fund-
raising arm of the Anti-Defama-
tion League, and a past president
of the Miami Beach Lodge, will
act as installing officer at the
Kosher dinner.
Among the new officers to be
installed are Moe Reiffen, re-elec-
ted for a second term as president;
Sidney Rockwell, president-elect;
Irving Sc hat/man, treasurer; Phil
Cantor, financial secretary; Dr.
Abraham Wolfsoa historian and
'jhiw uousjdo pue inmamm
chairman or the Luncheon Club.
Samuel Pascoe is chairmen of
the installation dinner.
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Participants in the recent Post-Purim Carni-
val held at Temple Ner Tamid to benefit the
temple's Scholarship Fund included (from
left to right) Emanuel Feder, educational
director; Mrs. Charlotte Gorin, chairman in
charge of cakes; Mrs. Warren Goldman,
carnival chairman; Rabbi Eugene Lubovitz;
Mrs. Anita Rosenthal, chairman of games,
and Jerry Gelb, president of the USY group.
Money And Matrimony
By DR. JACOB R. MARCUS
Director
American Jewish Archives
Hebrew Union College
Jewish Institute of Religion
In the early part of the 20th
Century the Yiddish newspaper, the
"Forward." ran a very interesting
column calied "A Bintel Brief"
A Pack of Letters.
It was advice to the lovelorn.
'Actually it was more than that;
it was a clearing house for all
sorts of communications to the
editor asking for advice on any-
thing and'everything touching on
humin experience). For instance,
a wife might write in pouring oui
her heart: she respects her hus-
band, she has affection for him,
but he is so ugly and unattractive
that she docs not want to live with
him. What shall she do?
Or a man might write to the
Forward, signing himself "A De-
spondent Son-in-law." His mother-
in-law is coming to live with him
end she is truly a snake in the
grass and will turn his wife egalnst
him. (Please advise me Mr. Editor).
Researchers at the American
Jewish Archives on the Cincinnati
campus of the Hebrew Union Col-
ege have found that this was not
he first Jewish column of its
ype. About 150 years earlier,
lordecai Manuel Noah occasion-
lly wrote vignettes or feuille-
ons, beautiful succinct word
ketches on personal and intimate
latters. He did not wait to be
ked: he anticioated questions
nd supplied answers.
Included in a collection of the
|pst of Noah's miniscule essays
l'lished in 1845 in a small vol-
ume entitled "Gleanings from a
Gathered Harvest" is a little gem
called "Money and Matrimony,"
which tackles tVe problems oi
courtship and marriage.
Too many girls in our day, he
wrote, are extravagant and scare
off young men who want to marry
them. The young men are even
worse. They spend huge sums for
clothes, a horse and buggy, tickets
for the o[>era, full dress, and ex-
pensive trinkets like rings, seals,
and chains. If young men arid
women are extravagant it la the
fault of the parents who indulge
them. There is some excuse for
indulging a girl, none for indulg-
ing a young man.
Should a man marry for love
or money? There is no question
that he snould get married. Mar-
riage ii the only true road to
true happiness, but if a man mar-
ries merely for money he will end
up with "pride and ugliness." And
in spite of the wealth he secures
he will enjoy "no happiness, no
content, no satisfaction."
It is best to marry a girl who
brings no fortune, whose wealth
consists of virtue and economy. A
good girl is one who is amiable
and industrious. A proper young
man is one who is honest and capa-
ble. Should a man avoid a girl
whose father wants to endow her?
Not at all. If a father is rich and
can afford to give her a handsome
fortune he ought to do so making
provision for her and the children,
lor a husband may lose all and
may not be able "to place her be-
yond the vicissitudes of trade and
commerce."
"Gleanings from a Gathered Har-
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Friday. March 17, 1972
LEGAL NOTKE
LEGAL NOTICl
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 72-381 (Dowhng)
In RK: F.stHlo of
IKVI.MI tLDBHtta
Ik. eased,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and am Persona Hav-
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I late:
You arc hirehy notified and rciiuir-
H to present jmv clalmi anil demand*
vhii h you mas have aaalnat the es-
tate of IRVING flOLDRBRa deceased
i if bade County, Florida to the
County Judge* of Dade County, and
fill the name in duplicate and aa pro-
vided In Section 7M.1H. Florida stat-
utes, in their office* In the County
Courthouse in Dade County, Florida.
within six calendar months from the
llm.- of the first publication hereof,
or the saota will to- barred.
Dated :ii Miami. Florida, this 18th
4*| of February, A.l>. 1*72.
.UlXXlF. P08NBH
As (Qaecutiix
First publication of this notloe on
the 17th day of March, 1971.
KBNNBTH V HF.K.WT
Attorney for minx if. POHXER
Suite ::. One Uncoln Road BMc.,
Miami I leach. Fla. ttlM
Ti l< phone: 518-4111
1/17-14-11 4/7
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-1295
JOHN R. BLANTON
In RE: Kstate ..f
IIKI.KNK K. JACOB80N
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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which you ma) have against the pk-
tate of HELEN*. P. JACOBSON !. -
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
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and fii. the same In dunllcate and as
provided in Seel..... lll.ln, Florida
Rtntutoe, in their i 'ilces in tne County
Courthouse in Dade County, Florida.
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your written defenses. If any, to II on
Martin Starr, attorney for Petitioner,
whose address is 420 1 Incoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida IS1S9, and file
ih.- original with the elerk of the above
Styled court on or hefore April 19
197:': otherwise a default Will he en-
tered ana iiisi you for tne relief de- '
mandedj In ihe ronitdnlnt or petition
This notice shall hi- published ODce
!,;"i,.1:."':k f"r f""" consecutive weeks
In THBJBWI8H FUHUIMAN
WITNESS my hand <,,,.i ihe senl
of said- court at .Miami. Florida on
tins 14 day of Mllil'li, 1972
H. II I.EATHERMAX,
,\s cieRk, I'ircult Court
Dade County, Fiorina
Mv: 1. sXIM'tiF s
As IVm.ty Clerk
(Circuit Pourl Si all
Martin Starr
4L'ii l.ineoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida ::::ir.9
Attorney for Petitioner
,_____ S'17-24-31 4'7
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NuTICK IS HEREBY CJIVEX that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fl,-i|lious name
Of CHRONOS at 2204 Aviation Ave .
coconut Drove, Fla. Intends lo regis-
ter -aid name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dad, County, Flor-
ida.
UTTll 11. ST 11
olf and Bchnnmger, I' A.
Atlorneys for nopli. ant
1I"1 llri.k.ll Ave Suite 102
Miami, Pla, 88181
.','17-24-31 4 7
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-727
In RE: Estate of
HERMAN sii:i:i;i,
I >coca> ad.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or !' man.I- Against Said
Batata:
Vou are hereby notified and re-
quired lo present any elaims and de-
mands wltieh you may have Bgaillsl
the estate of HERMAN' SIF/SEI, do-
ceased late Of Dade County, Florida,
to the County Judges of Hade County
and file the same In duplicate and as
provided in Section 733.71!. Florida
siatutes. 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.
Hated at Miami. Florida, this 14
day of March. A I). 1972
ANNA SfBGEL
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the 17 day of March, 1972,
ESSEX ESSEX
Attorneys for Executrix
1208 Alnsley Hide Miami. Fla.
: -si ;
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO. 72-3779
SUIT FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage -jl
HELEN JnHNSi i.\.
Wife
JTTXIOR I.ACY JOHNSON
Husband
TO: JUNIOR LACY JOHNSON
Reaidence ITnknowu
You. Jt'XIOR I At'V JOHXSON, are
hereby notified that a BUI of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
agalnsl you, and you are required
to serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Mill of Complaint on
the Plaintiff's attorney. Kwitney &
Kroop, 4",n Lincoln Road, Miami Ib-ach,
Plorlda and file thi* original Answer
or Pleading in Ihe office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
19 day of April. 1 !'Ti:. If you fail to
do so. judgment by default will he
taken against \ou for the relief de-
manded in the Itlll of Comnlaint.
This notice shall he published one
eaeh week for four consecutive weeks
in THK JEWISH FTOHIDTAN.
im.XE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Plorlda, this 14 day of March A.D.
E II LBATHEItMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court. Dade t'nuntv, Florida
By: I- NNFKDHN
Demiiy Clark
KWTTNBY KlldtiP
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Reach, Florida 33139
Attorneys for wife
3'17-'.'4-31 4'7
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO. 72-54*0
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN HI-::
Till: MARRIAGE OF
VIRGINIA API.MAX.
Wife,
and
STEPHEN LEE AM..MAX.
Husband
in: STEPHEN LEE .Mil MAX
c'o MRS. MARY A I it MAX
109-1 Queens Boulevard
Fores! Hills, x. w VoH,-
YiiC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai
a Petition (or Dissolution of Marriage
has i.e. n fried against you. and you
are required to serve a copy of y..ur
Answer or Pleading, if any, on the
petitioner's Attorney, STANLEY M
PRED, KOI Had, Pedernl Building,
Miami. Plorlda, ami file Ihe nrlerlnnl
Answ.i or Pleading in the office of
the clerk of the Circuit Curl on or
before the 17th day of At.til. 1972:
otherwise a default will be entered
against you for Ihe relief demanded in
the Petition.
Dated at Miami, Dade County, Flo-
rida, this 14lh day of Man h. II
(Circuit Court Reatll
E B. LRATHERMAN
clerk. Circuit i inurl
By: K ll l ANWAY
li. i uu Clerk
3'17-'.'l-::i J :
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 7'-Mj
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IV RE: THE MARRIAOBOF
jimmy I PJE Jordan, Petitioner
and
mm DliKH jorp iv. Respondent
TO: MM PRED JORDAN
""n Raines street
Thomasion. 'bortria
vi il' ARE HEREBY NOTlflED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a cony of
vonr written defenses if any. to It on
RTONE ft SOSTCH1X. Oiiitl.rmo
Soslchln. altornev for Petitioner,
whose address is 101 N.W. 12th Am,
Miami. Florida, anil file Ihe orlcl'onl
with the clerk of thi' above stvb-d
mart on or hnfore Arnil 19, 19T*.
otheewlae a default win l.....ntered
ik-ainst you for the relief demanded
in the conmlBint or petition.
This not lee shall be nuhlls-hcd one.,
each week f*w r....e non.......Ive weoks
in thi.- ,|R\A'|SU PT^ORIDIAN.
WITNESS mv hand sod ihe seal of
aid curt at Miami, storlda on this
ir.th il.-iv of March. i7
E. K I RATp|.m:m (v.
> rierir. ripciin <.....t
Pnde Cnantv V.....>.
By: c p. rnpt'i i\n
As PentMy Clerk
i-tr.ioi Curt Senl)
1 ,.,, i.l |.- S"-..e P.o
vcf.vi.- #, BOSTCHIX
t"t x W i:'ih Av Vtsml. Florida 82180
Attorney for Petitioner
7 '-'. I I 7
IN THF CIRCUIT COURT nc TMg
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR nuriE COUNTY.
FLORIDA.
NCI 71.1003'
NOTirp TO APPEAR
Til IF Mll.K.N,
Plaintiff,
vs
ROSA IXCK^nv -, .i.,..i.........,,,,.
m M:\IX I .ROY CURRY, JR., a
single tierson; etc., i-t nl
11. f, ndatits.
TO: A X X FTT E JACKSO X
:>03 Tlebout Avenue
Bronx. XV.
TO: I Ol'ISE LAWHEXi'l'-.
2sm 8th ,\v......<-, Apt i-B
N'l-w York, x V.
YOfl ARE HEREBY XOTll-'fKii
that an action for foreclosure of n
mortgage upon the following describ-
ed real nrooeriv In Dade County. Flo*
rlda. was instituted:
lot a, iiioek fi. of SFVi'XTH AV'i.'-
Nl'i: PARK, according to Ihe
Plat thereof, as recorded in 1'i-it
Hook 17, Pace 17. of the Pnhllc
Reeords of Dade I'niliilv, Florida
Yoit ARE PKoi'iHFP to file your
Answer With the Clerk of this Court
nnd at nd a conv thereof upon
FI'OFXP i grtfi rrif Altornev t
1 aw. 2728 ttteel I'laeler Streei, Miami;
i-'lorlda 1*ir, hv \-rll i'i,' lfl n*8>r.
wise, a default will be entered against
you.
Dated Mie,.l, 1-, !<171
F it I L'ATHKliM \X.
As Clerlt ,.f the foo-i
By: C p roprt \nd
li. -iti v Clerk
tciroiiit i 'ourl Seal i
LEGAL NOTKE
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-5404
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IX RE:
MARTIN Kl'RPIT
and
PHYLLIS KURPIT
TO: PHTUJS KCIU'IT
Respondent
i.l" Baal xiitti Street
Brooklyn. New York
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTTPIED
thai an action for Dissolution of -Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
: you are required to serve k copy of
| your written defenses, if any, to it on
I STANLEY I). t'AIDIN. attorney for
Petitioner, whose address Is 17106
i X.E. l'.Mh Avenue, North Miami Reach,
I Florida 33162, and file the original with
tin- elerk of the above styled court on
or before April l!i, 1H72; otherwise a
; default will be entered against you
I for the relief demanded In the mm.
plaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
' in THE JEWISH PIAIRIDIAN.
WITXESS my hand and Ihe seal of
; said court at Miami, Florida on this
II day of March, ls7^.
E 11 IjEATHEKMAX.
Am Clerk. Circuit Court
Dad. County. Florida
By: U. M. KI8SEE
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
CAIDIN, ROTHEMIERC. KOGAN ft
KOKXHI.I'.M
17166 X E. Rith Avenue
North Miami Beach, Florida 33162
Attorney b for Petitioner
3/17-'.'4-:il 4 7
Obituaries
ROTH
Mrs. Mary. '- '< H.B., passed away
Saturday, March 19. Bh< came to
Florida :i" years ago from X.V. Sur-
vived by daughter Anne Hoffman ol
M.ll. brother Sum Hlrschout, sister
.Mrs. Bertha Shore ..t iiloomingion,
I i.l, granddaughter Maxme Rain-
hard of Miami, four great-grand-
children and one gi eat -Kreat-Kt and -
child. Funeral services were held
Sunday at Riverside Memorial Chap-
el. 1(26 Alton Rd with interment In
Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
BAUMAN. Nathan. *, MM B,W. 77lh
Avi Riverside.
BLUM. Rose, >.4, IMS Liberty Ave .
M.ll. Riverside.
EAGLE, Michael, 71, of .MR.
Riverside.
FORREST. Chrlstooher. r.!'. 4n Ocean
Dr.. .M.R. Riverside.
KATZ, Julio, 74. !i4!iW I'ollins Ave..
Surfside. Riverside.
KOVICK, Morris. 7. ): W. 18th St .
lli.ileali Riverside. Interment .\lt.
Sfnal.
LOVINGER. Rosa. M. 7930Crespl
Blvd., M.B. Riverside
NEWMAN, Walter M 17, IT^I N.W.
H'.th Ave. Newman.
ROSENBERG, liella. 70, 736 13th St.,
M.ll. Riverside.
RUBENFIELD, Paul, tram N Merid-
ian Ave.. ,M I! Hlasb, rg.
SIEGEL. Morris. St, 1440 Ocean Dr.,
M B, Riverside.
SONDHELM, Rita, 74. 131S Em lid
Ave M.B. Newman,
! WAPNIK. Cilia F. 7:<. 31S1 Sheridam
Ave., M.B. Newman.
WARNER, Mildred !.. ."". of Hallan-
dale, Riverside, Interment ,\1t. Sinai.
WOLFE, Dora, >". 646 Pennsylvania
Ave.. M.B. Blasberg.
YUSKIEWICZ, Cbasia, 74, 8011 Hard-
ing Ave M.B. Riverside.
COHEN, Isidore, 7s. of Miami. River-
side Interment ML Sinai.
FARKAS, Samuel, of Tatum Water-
way. Mil. Riverside.
FINEBERG, Be sale, 6S, 6SL'7 Indian
Creek Dr., M.B. Ulnsbcrg.
HELLER. Chira. B73, S.W. Kill St.
Gordon. Interment ML Hlnai.
KLEINICK. Ren, 63. 14830 W. Dixie
Hwy. ftordon.
LERNER. Mollle, .".. fcWS N.w. LMnd
Ter. Interment Mt Sinai.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No 70-355
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DSCHARGE
IN RE: Bstate of
JENNIE ii' "LDSTELN
I ii ceased,
NOTICE la hereby given thai H
have filed my Final Report aim I', ti-
I :ion for Distribution and Final Dis-
charge as i-ixc-utriv of the estate ol
JENNIE CIOI.D8TEIN, deceased: and
lhal on Ihe 12th day of April, 1873,
! iv ill appl> to the Honorable County
Judges of Hade County, Florida, for
approval of .-aid Final Report and for
distribution and final discharge as
Executrix of the estate of the above-
named decedent. This loth day of
March. 1972.
SHIRLEY wiini.F. Executrix
OEOROE SAMPA8
Attorney
120 I Incoln Road. 15.....ll 211
Miami Beach, Plorlda 33139
3/17-24-:n l :
-----.-----------..---------
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
N CHANCERY. NO. 72-5311
SIUT FOR DIVORCE
In Re l he marriage of:
R< "LAND DANSEKEAF
Husband
and
tIMONE DANSERBAU
Wife
To: simone Danaereau
Residence Unknown
Vou, simone iiansereau. are hareb)
notified that a Bill of Complaint for
Divorce has i.....n filed against you,
. and you arc required to serve a copy
, "f your Answer or Pleading to the
i Bill of Complaint on the Husband's
attorney, Stanley E. fjoodman. 26KR
X W. 62nd Street. Miami, Florida
; 33147 and file the original Answer or
Pleading In the office of the Clerk of
. the Circuit Court On or before the 17
lay of April. 1H72. If you fail to do
; so. iuilgment by defaiill will be taken
against you for the relief demanded In
the inn of Complaint
This notice shall be published once
aach week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FIOR1D1AX
DONE AXD ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 13 day of March A D
IH72.
E. ll LJBATHERMAN, Clerk,
circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
By: E. II. i ANWAY
Denuly Clerk
ii in nit Court Seall
staxi EY E. OOODMAN
"i:-s X W li'i.nl Street
Miami. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
3 17-24-31 4 7
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
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 $oul rest in everlasting peace.
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444-0921 444-0922
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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. 72-6478
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IX KB:
I K'iXKI.A MBNBNDBK, Wife
a nil
ItAPAEI. i: MENRNDBZ, Himband
TO: KAFAKI. II MENKNDEZ
Residence ITnkliown
VOU ABB HETU5BY NOTIPIED
lhal nn action for EMaaolutlon of Mar-
riage lins been filed nifalnat you and
vou nre r.iiuired to hci-vo ll eopv of
your written defense*, if any, to ii on
JAY A swim Fit. attorney for I'.ii-
tioner. n-hoee addrem Ik sns city Ma-
iinnni Bank Bulldlnr. zS Weal fihitI.t
Street. Mlnmi. Florida U1S0, and file
; the orleinnl with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before April
a ,ltWi otherwlae a default will be
entered affahtst you for the relief
demanded in Hi rnmnlalnl or petition
This notice Mhnll be published onee
each w.ek for four consecutive weeks
in THF .IKWISM FIOltmi.AX
WITXKSS my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami, Florida nit
thi* l.'.tli day of March 1ST"
K Ii. I F.ATHF.RMAX"
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
It. M. kisski:
Ah Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Senl)
I \V A. BWTDLBR
!'" city Vatlonal Hank llulldinc
Miami. Florida SSl.il)
Attorney for Petitioner
Member:
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Directors AsKn.
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as a family. If you have not yet fulfilled this obligation to
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"^Jewish Floridiaxi
Miami, Florida Friday, March 17, 1972
Section C
Interfaith Day Program
Tuesday At Beth David
Greater Miami's annual Inter-
iaith Day will be held Tuesdav
from 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at Beth
David Congregation, it has been
announced.
Sponsored jointly by Church
Women United of Greater Miami,
the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion Women's Division and the
Miami Archdiocesan Council of
Catholic Women's this year's
event is being hosted by the Fed-
eration Women's Division.
Allen Rutchik, Ph.D. a Clinical
Psychologist with the Community
Mental Health Services Clinic,
will be the keynote speaker for
Interfaith Day. His presentation
will be followed by group experi-
mentation aimed at understanding
the attitudes of individuals toward
other groups according to Fran
(Mrs. Burton) Levey, president of
the GMJF Women's Division, and
Dorothy (Mrs. Edwin i Oppenheim,
chairman of Interfaith Day.
Norma Whitten and Qucntin L.
North, Human Relations Special-
.
Interfaith Day, sponsored annually by the Church Wonv.n
United of Greater Miami, the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion Women's Division and the Miami Archdiocesan Coun-
cil of Catholic Women, will be held Tuesday at Beth David
Congregation. Left to right, Fran (Mrs. Burton) Levev, presi-
dent. Women's Division, Greater Miami Jewish Federation;
Dorothy (Mis. Edwin) Oppenheim, chairman, Interfaith Day;
Quentin L. North and Norma Whitten, human lelations spe-
cialists with the Human Relations Office of the Department
of Public Instruction.
A planning and organizational meeting was recently held
by residents of the Triton Towers Apartments in preparation
for the upcoming dinner on behalf of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation's 1972 CJA-IEF campaign which will honor
Mrs. Else Bonem for her many years of service to the Jewish
community. Pictured at the meeting are, (from left to right)
Frank T. Reiner, chairman of the Triton Towers CJA-IEF
campaign; Mrs. Bonem; Morris Putter and Sam Mellits, past
Triton Towers campaign chairmen, and Martin Levinson,
cochairman of Initial Gifts committee.
.*. i k
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross of the Hebrew Academy and
his wife, Shirley, (left) received the Rambam Adard from
the Florida Council of Mizrachi Women at the annual
Scholarship Luncheon in the Eden Roc Hotel. Presenting
the award is Mrs. Hyman Kolko, (center) scholarship chair-
man and Mrs. Joshua L. Lewis, (right) honorary national
president of the organization.
ists with the Department of Pub-
lic Instruction, served as consul-
tants to the Interfaith Day Com-
mittee in developing the "Stereo-
typy" exercise which will take
place during the workshop por-
tion of the day's activity.
Rabbi Sol Landau, spiritual
leader of Beth David Congrega-
tion, will welcome participants to
Interfaith Day, and Cantor Wil-
liam W. Lipson, will present the
musical portion of the program
with audience participation.
Hi Rises Sponsor
'Nights In Israel'
A "Night in Israel" was to be
held at the Buckley Towers Thurs-
day at 8 p.m. in honor of two out-
standing communal leaders at the
Towrs Morris Slavik and Doro-
thy Lefcourt.
The event is sponsored by the;
Amity Chapter of B'nai B'rith and
Friendship Lodge under the au-
spices of the State of Israel Bonds;
Ben Greenwood and Rose Ruban
are serving as chairmen.
Sam Wolberg, cochairman, an-
nounced that Joey Russell will be
a special guest at the affair and
Arie Kaduri, Israeli international
singer and accordionist, will en-
tertain friends and neighbors o'
Mr. Slavik and Mrs. Lefcourt.
Century 21 will host a "Night
in Israel" honoring Louis Wolin
Tuesday at 8 p.m. with Eddie
Schaffer presenting the evening's
entertainment. Julian Nacron is
chairman of the event and Robert
Feingold is honorary chairman.
Friends and neighbors of Mr.
Wolin are invited to attend. Mr.
Wolin will be presented with the
State of Israel Scroll of Honor on
this occasion.
Regional ORT Meeting
March 19-20 In Orlando
Orlando will be the site of the
South and Southwest Sector Meet-
ing of Women's American Orga-
nization for Rehabilitation through
Training (ORT) Sunday and Mon-
day.
An estimated ICO regional dele-
gates will attend the sessions in-
cluding Mrs. David M. Goldring.
national president; Mrs. Jack Eis-
enberg, national executive com-
mittee chairman; and Nathan
Gould, national executive vice
oresident and executive director.
Local chairman is Mrs. Alan Ber
man, president of the Orlr.ndo
Chapter-At-Large.
Cancer Institute Benefits
Proceeds of the luncheon and
fashion show planned by the Ladies
Auxiliary of the American H"llcnio
Educational Progressive Associa-
tion Saturday noon in the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel are earmai ke for the Papanicolaou Cancer Re-
search Institute here, it has been
announced. Mrs. Mary Papani-
colaou will be an honored guest;
fashions will by Jordan Marsh
B'nai Zion Chapter Meeting
A meeting of B'nai Zion Miami
Beach Chapter, will take place at
8 p.m. Thursday, March 23. in the
auditorium of the Washington
Federal at 1234 Washington Ave.
There will be a discussion by Sam-
uel Reiser, president, on aGreat
Jewish Book and the New Hori-
zon. Refreshments will be under
the sponsorship of Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Berger in celebration of
their 54th wedding anniversary-
jniS
Max Lerner
'Sees ft
NEW YORK, N.Y. The turnabout in birth figures in the
United States may loom ever larger in the history books thai
the turnabout in China policy. The striking thing about it is that
most of it was cone before rather than after the government
moved in with larger appropriations for family planning.
In the end, it is only the people themselves, not the authori-
ties, who can do much to bring about population shifts. Govern-
ments can facilitate, bribe, subsidize either conception or contra-
ception, and make technologies available; churches can exhort,
an. But the privacy of wherever they bed down, it is only the
man-woman pair-bond that decides what the figures will be The
dramatic exception is the recent case of Japan where a deliberate
government policy, broadly planned, skillfully executed, was
followed by a drastic drop in the birthrate. But the government's
plan was geared to a whole complex of Japanese traditions, nsti-
lutions and character trails. A similar drive would have much
harder going in India, Brazil, Egypt, Bangladesh --and indeed in
the United States.
h i? -b
THE TURNABOUT CAME IX AMERICA because the peo-
ple willed it, at every level, from Park Avenue and the Detroit
suburbs to the slums, from the rich girls on college campuses to
tlk black poor. The birthrate has dropped steeply, the marriage
ace is higher, the expectation of family size has dropped dra-
matically, the young are not nearly as large a percentage of the
total population as all the earlier ballyhoo had said they would
be, abortions are flooding New York and other centers and
vasectomies on demand have bounded .sharply upward.
Since we have been deluged with figures; I shall cite only
three.
1 On children exportation*: Among younger women in
1055 it was 3.2 children, in 1%7 it was 2.9 ana in 1071 for 2.4
children. We could call it the revolution of declining expectations.
2 On birth among the poor: The traditional gap between
the lower birthrates among the affluent, and the high birthrates
UTiong the poor is narrowing rapidly. The rate dropped twice B!
fast amon;> poor women Hess than $5,000 Income), and esneci-
a'.ly the black poor. Evidently the latter don't believe that fam-
liy planning is a conspiracy of middle-class whites.
3 On mule vasectomies: There were 200,000 in 1969, 700.-
000 in 1970 and the 1971 figures are still higher. It has beconv
ifays Dr. Harold Lear, in a medical journal" ;. status symbol,
nnd there seems to be little thought about the psychological
spinoffs.
Cr -Cr &
IT IS NOT THE FIKST TIME in population history that the
demographers have been caught unwary. They have studied -and
projected past figures rather than studying present people.
Here was everyone worrying about mushrooming population in
America, nnd crying havoc, when behold, the new census figure-,
show the birthrate not mushrooming but down-zooming. If the;.'
had watched the attitudes on the campuses and in the ghettos,
and talked with working mothers and young feminist students,
they might not have been so surprised.
The causes? Not one but many, yet they can be grouped in
three clusters: technology (the pill, loop, abortion, sterilization,
have all been made widely available), ecology (the concern about
the crowding and pollution of the environment and the exhaus-
tion of resources under the pressure of numbers) and the chang-
ing attitudes, values and life-styles.
fr & i*
TECHNOLOGY, ECOLOGY AND THE revolution of life-
styles. It is futile to say which part of the triad is dominant.
My own guess is that the new attitudes about the environ-
ment and the new feelings of young women about making some-
thing of their lives are the most widely shared changes that mark
the birth turnabout. There are passionate social movements be-
hind both. They are part of the larger American revolution of
the past 15 years. The fact is that while there has been a slowing
down in other aspects of it, these particular assets which will
shape women's lives and the structure of the family are moving
on.
American society is strikingly flexible if it has produced so
major a change on its own, without government say-so and with-
out sanctions (as in China), but out of its own changing beliefs
about what comes first and what is secondary. We have not be-
gun yet to measure its effects. With a 2.4 child expectation (a
Close approach to the Zero Population Growth figure of 2.1' the
nuclear family should be tightened, not dissolved. Will fewer
children be more cherished, or less? Does the new birthrate
come from greater indifference to children (which the ZPG group
seems to be inciting) or from a greater valuation of pelf, which
should mean better parents?
For the next installment of this exciting story be sure to
wait for the mid-decade figures.
Breakfast In Israel Honors David Hem
A 10 a.m. "Breakfast in Israel"
in the Moorings Auditorium will
honor David Hein, according to
Lou A. Bonchick, chairman. Mr.
Hein will receive the Scroll of
Honor for his outstanding com-
munal leadership for Israel.
This event is sponsored by Is-
rael B'nai B'rith Lodge 2676, un-
der the auspices <>f the State ol
Israel Bonds. Sid Schwarzlacli.
lodge president, said. All residents
of the Moorings are invited to
attend.
Coehairmen are Irving Levy and
Jack Zicgelheim. Joey Russell will
entertain the breakfast guests.


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Friday, March 17, 1972
Dedication Sunday At Academy
3 More Ambulances Given
Through Red Magen David
Three new anflxnaTfcWfor the
people <>l Israel will Ik? dedicated
Sunday at the Greater Miami He-
MR. and NIKS. NATHAN NASH
brew Academy by officials of the
American Red Magen David for
Israel, coordinating agency for Is-
rael's official Red Cross service.
The vehicles bring to 29 the
nmiher of ambulances provided to
ferael's Magen David Adorn since
the Six-Day War of June. 1967,
according to David Coleman. chair-
Wholesale Distributors of
GREEN VALLEY KOSHER POULTRY
and
Processors and Exporters
of the finest U.S. Covt. Inspected
KOSHER MEATS and POULTRY
2911 W. 4th AVENUE,
HI All AH, FLORIDA
Phone TU 7-2696
man'of the1 Sontto -Florida Council
of the American Red Magen David.
Donors of the new ambulances
are Mr. and Mrs. Adolf Blank.
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Nash and
two business partners, Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Penchansky and Mr.
and Mrs. Burton Grcenberg.
All of the contributors are ac-
tive in the Academy, where Sam-
uel Reinhard maintains state of-
fices for the American Red Magen
David. Mr. Reinhard is senior vice
president of the Hebrew Academy
and Florida chairman for the Red
Magen David.
Mr. and Mrs. Blank are active
supporters of Temple Kmanu-Kl
in Miami Beach, Yeshiva Torah
Vodaath and Mesivta. Mizrachi.
Hadassah. B'nai B'rith and the He-
brew Home for the Aged. They are
major contributors to an orphan-
age for girls in Jerusalem and con-
tinue their support of religious in-
stitutions in their former com-
munity in Brooklyn.
Mr. and Mrs. Nash, who live
part of the year in Israel and part
in Miami Beach, are among the
foremost contributor to the Israel
Histadrut campaign here and have
been active in Israel Bonds, the
United Jewish Appeal, Pioneer
Women and numerous other pro-
Israel organizations.
Mr. and Mrs. Penchansky and
Mr. and Mrs. Greenberg are co-
owners of Home Lumber Co. in
Hialeah. The Penchanskys are ac-
tive in Temple Kmanu-Kl and the
Shaare Zedek Hospital in Jeru-
salem. The Greenbergs are active
in Temple Zion and the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation's Com-
bined Jewish Appeal-Israel Kmcrg-
ency Fund campaigns.
The three ambulances will be
shipi>ed from Miami Beach to Is-
rael following the dedication cere-
monies at the Hebrew Academy.
HERE'S THE WAY TO
QUICK AND EASY
MEALS AND SNACKS
WITH TOP QUALITY.
FINE FLAVOR AND
ECONOMY, TOO!
Think of them
as multiple
vitamins
with
wrinkles
We're not suggesting
you give up vitamin pills
for prunes. All we're saying
is, Sunsweet Prunes have
many important vitamins.
Like A and B-l, B-2 and
niacin. Like minerals, too
calcium, plenty of iron,
rich in potassium.
Yet low in sodium.
Delicious with natural
sugar. So you can nibble
something sweet for
only a measly 18-odd
calories per prune.
Abi gezunt
with
SUNSWEET Pitted PRUNES

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,u6Fn?E
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NO SUGAR.
'FOR INFORMATION CALL SODA CR AFTERS,
(305) 691-0231"
USE THIS HANDY SHOPPING LIST FOR YOUR
Manischewitz
PASSOVER FOODS
MATZOS,
MATZO PRODUCTS
D MatZO !5 individual 1 lb. boxes)
D Matzo
? Thin Tea Matzos
? Egg Mat?os
? 100% Whole Wheat
? Matzo Farfel
? Matzo Meal
D Matzo Cake Meal
D Matzo Cereal
CAKE MIXES
? Sponge Cake Mix
? Chocolate Cake Mix
? Coffee Cake Mix
D Yellow Cake Mix
D Marble Cake Mix
D Honey Cake Mix
? Pound Cake Mix
D Chocolate Chiffon Cake Mix
D Marble Chiffon Cake Mix
? Honey Chiffon Cake Mix
D Chocolate Brownie Mix
Q Coconut Macaroon Mix
D Chocolate Macaroon Mix
D Chocolate Frosting Mix
CAKES, COOKIES
D Fruit Cuts
D Mandel Cuts
D Marble Mandel Cuts
D Choc. Chip Mandel Loaf
? Fruit Filled Mandel Loaf
? Marble Mandel Loaf
? Cinnamon Raisin Mandel Loaf
? Macaroons, Almond Flavor
? Macaroons, Chocolate Flavor
? Macaroons, Coconut
? Macaroons, Honey
? Macaroons, Hazelnut
? Chocolate Covered Macaroons
? Fancy Cookies
? Chocolate Chip Cookies
? Egg Kichel
SOUPS, BORSCHT
D Chicken Soup, Cleat
? Chicken Soup, Matzo Balls
D Beef-Cabbage Soup
DBorscht
? Borscht, Low Calorie
DSchav
GEFILTE FISH
D Gefilte Fish, Liquid Broth
? Flshlets
? GefHte Fish, Jelled Broth
? Whitef isb-Pike, Liquid Broth
? WhiteftsrhPike, Jelled Broth
? Gef ilte Fish, Home-Style
D Whitef ish-Pike, Home-Style
? Sweet Gef ilte Fish
PRESERVES
D Strawberry
? Cherry
D Raspberry
Produced under strict Rabbinical supervision. Certificate on request.
? Grape
D Jaffa Orange Marmalade
(Product ol Israel;
CANNED FRUITS, JUICES
? Sliced Peaches
D Fruit Cocktail
? Bartlett Pears
D Apple Sauce
? Cranberry Sauce
? Stewed Prunes
? Fruit Compote
? Apple Juice'
? Prune Juice
? Tomato Juice
GROCERIES, CONDIMENTS
? Potato Pancake Mix
D Potato Starch
D Mandlen for Soup
? Matzo Balls, Canned
? Kosher Pickles
D Catsup
? Tomato Mushroom Sauce
? Honey (product oi limtq
? Coffee, All Purpose
? Coffee, Instant
D Tea Bags
D Jellied Fruit Slices
DMarmal Jells
D Assorted hard candies
D Griddle Cake Mix
? Matzo Ball and Soup Mix
? Matzo Ball Mix
D Cleanser
BABY FOODS
? Heart (Strained or Chopped)
,? Veal (Strained or Chopped)
D Liver (Strained or Chopped)
D Beef (Strained or Chopped)
D Chicken (Strained or Chopped)


Friday. March 17. 1972
+Jewisitncrkttan
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JNF to Honor Modanskys at
Kneseth Israel March 26
Philanthropist Jack Modansky
and his wife, Anna, will be hon-
ored by the Jewish National Fund
F.ast Meadow, N.Y.; he served as
its president, and they endowed
its library.
Mr. Modansky, congregation
president at Kneseth Israel, re-
cently completed his autobiogra-
phy, which details his life from a
humble beginning to his present
position as an industrialist and
philanthropist. The book is slated
for early publication.
Post, Auxiliary Hold Membership Breakfast Snnday
Norman Bruce Brown Post No. icanism chairman, of Coral Gables, i LefkowttS Ls president-elect of the
174, Jewish War Veterans, and its Cochairmen of the breakfast Auxiliary..
JACK MODANSKY
Sunday March 26. at a 6:30 p.m.
dinner scheduled to take place at
Kneseth Israel Synagogue. 1415
Euclid Ave., Miami Beach.
Many leading citizens and com-
munal workers of the area will be
among the guests saluting Mr. and
-Mrs. Modansky, who endowed the
Board of Directors Room at Kne-
seth Israel. The Modanskys were
also active in the synagogue at
Cystic Fibrosis Chapter
Cosponsoring Art Show
The public is invited to attend
the First Annual Cystic Fibrosis
Art Show in the Mall-On-The-Mile
shopping area, W. 49th St. and
Red Rd., from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Thursday. March 23 through Sat-
urday, March 25. Sponsors are the
South Florida Chapter of the Na-
tional Cystic Fibrosis Research
Foundation and the Palm Springs
Mile Merchants Association.
Admission is free and most of
, the art work will be for sale. All
proceeds from artists' registration
! fees will go to benefit youngsters
I afflicted with cvsic fibrosis. Prizes
! will be awarded in three categories
oils, watercolor and sculpture.
Artists wishing application blanks
may contact the Cystic Fibrosis
office.
SPEND SEDER
WITH SAND-ELL
IN OUR LUXURIOUS SOCIAL HALL
(vicinity of 75th Street
MIAMI BEACH)
CAU -3469 (office)
r 866-6226
Ladies Auxiliary will hold their
annual membership breakfast Sun-
day at 10 a.m. in the Golden Foun-
tain Restaurant, 2235 W. Flagler
St.
Among the guests will be the
vice chairman of the Jewish War
Veterans National Executive Com-
mittee, Ainslee R. Ferclie of Coral
Gables; Fourth Region -JWV Com-
mander, Jack Beiman of Holly-
wood; Department of Florida
JWV Commander Peter Bluesten
of Hallandalc, and first Junioi
Vice Commander M. Jay Berliner
of Coral Gables. Representing the
Department of Florida JWV
Ladies Auxiliary will be Mrs. Sails-
Levy of Miami Beach, Department
President; Mrs. Zelda Glass of
Hialeah, past president; Mrs. Irene
Cooperman of Miami Beach, past
president; Mrs. Jean Charles of
St. Petersburg, Fla., memlx-rship
chairman; Mrs. Kvelyn Ferdie.
Department treasurer; and Mrs.
Belle Swart/., Department Amer-
Synagogue Auctions Art
Original oils, water colors, lith-
ographs, etchings and drawings
will be for sale at Congregation
B'nai Raphael's annual art auc-
tion at 8:30 p.m. Satun'ay in the
synagogue, 1401 nw 183rd St.
The Howard Mann Art Center
1 will conduct the auction which of-
l fers free admission, according to
'Anita Benrer, publicity chairman,
are Louis Nason Jr. Vice Com-
mander of Post No. 174 and Mrs.
Seema Lefkowitz, senior vice pres-
ident of Auxiliary No. 174 (Mrs.
Norman Bn.ro Brown Post is
observing its 35th anniversary of
service to the Veteran and the
Community during 1972.
dmclotui
ENJOY THIS PASSOVER
WITH THE FINEST
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Bewarepfthe
imitators'..
There's only one
Vienna
Sweet Recipe
Gefilte Fish
and it's by Rokeach.
ROKEACH
Gefilte Fish
Unmatched for taste, unbeaten
for quality. Be sure you're get-
ting the best... be sure it says
Old Vienna on the label. In cans
or jars. Kosher for Passover,
endorsed.
'Be sure it says
Vienna ^
After the last hand...
nothing hits the spot like bagels & plenty o
PHILADELPHIA BRAND CREAM CHEESE
made
to be
tbe tastiest
in town
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and
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CERTIFIED KOSHER


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Friday, March 17. 1972
Annual Scholarship J
Luncheon Planned
The Miami Chapter, Women's
Division, American Society for
inion. will hold its annual
hip iuncheon Fridav at
n. at Kings Bay Countr\
Cluta.
airmen Ml I id S< l
ard 'oQ.I ^bott have
"d "a delightful aftei
: OUt-
Oil in the
Instil -y and
cb.
tak-n th
for bio-

11
iliami iptei
nen'i chap-
t'ion.
The officers of Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute were in-
stalled at u recent Melava Maika installation ceremony.
From left to right are Edward Stern, chairman cf the bc-ro;
Max Bachur, gabai; William Co^n, honorary president;
Erich Schragenheim, gabai; Rabbi Igor Hershkowitz, presi-
dent: Leon I Ell, installing clficor; Ben Graubcrrd, treasurer;
Rabbi Sheldon Ever; Herbert Schraga, vice president;
Philip Yasser, vice president; Ernest Szamos, financial sec-
retary, and L. Murray Jaeger, honorary president.
Yuban.The 2nd dessert at the Seder.
"
Yuban Coffee is so"rich irTflavorTit's like having a
second dessert when you serve it at the Seder with
your traditional macaroons. If Yuban tastes so right
with festive meals, just imagine what its richness
does for you the year around. Have a cup of Yuban.
for dessertat every meal and nosh time!.
/^1'Ill-Ill' V.7I71 ni'#J7
GENERAL FOODS

KOSHER PARVE FOR PASSOVER.
Certified by Rabbi Bernard Levy
nosb tod
Z k Yuban-A rich blend of fine coffees


Friday. March 17. 1972
Happenings
Fred Htanton, president of
United Cerebral Palsy of Miami,
has announced that U.C.P. will
air its 1972 Celebrity Telethon
from Bayfront Auditorium over
WCIX-TV; Ch. 6. on Anri^ apd
9. Dennis James, last year's
telethon emcee, will again host
this year's 19 hour celebrity
parade for Cerebral Palsy.
Laugh-In's "German soldier,"
Arte Johnson, and numerous
other well known show business
personalities will participate in
the show.
to &
-Mrs. Welle R. Weiner, a Miami
Beach artist, has a number of
paintings on display at the
North Shore Branch of the Mi-
ami Beach Public Library, 7301
Collins Ave.
to it *r
Osmer 8, Deming was elected
president of the Miami Heart
Institute for the sixth consecu-
tive time at the recent board
of directors meeting. Other of-
ficers include George S. Storer
St.. chairman of the board and
Fred Hooper, vice chairman. Dr.
Richard A. Elias is president of
the medical staff and chairman
of the Development Fund.
to ? &
Certified' Life Underwriter
Herbert L. Weiner received the
President's Council plaque from
the Home Life Insurance Co.,
New York, for his outstanding
sales achievements during 1971
at recent agency ceremonies.
"to -to a
Arthnr R. Koy Jr. has been
advanced to executive vice pres-
ident of United Bancshams of
Florida Inc. He joins Frank
Smathers Jr., chairman, and
George E. Stock, president, as a
member of the group's execu-
tive management. Others mov-
ing up are Gladiies Murray,
marketing officer; Dolores Ro-
land, computer service officer;
Carl Pascarella, computer sys-
tems officer; and Richard A.
Carman, computer operations
officer.
shopping
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Eat heartilythat's what
your family will do when
you serve Chef Boy-Ar-Dee
Cheese Ravioli.These tasty
little macaroni pies are just
like kreplach with zippy
cheese in the middle. Then
simmered in thick tomato
sauce with mushrooms and
more cheese for real Italian
ta'am. Great for dairy lunch
or supper. And just about
the easiest you ever fixed!
Only 200 per serving.
Rabbi Sheldon Ever, (center) spiritual leader of Agudalh
Israel Hebrew Institute, posed for this picture with the new
Sisterhood officers after they had been installed by Leon J.
Ell, (far right). At left are Anne Paul, second vice president;
Trudy Ever, recording and corresponding secretary; Lillian
Botkiss, president, and Minnie Schraga, first vice president.
Ethel Graubard, treasurer, Anna Berlin, cochairman of the
board, and Sophia Shapiro, chairman are at right.
never had it
%>
Breakstone
When you sit down to enjoy a crisp matzi,
it's nice to know that Breakstone wen t
break up a Rood thing.
So this Passover, butter your matzo,
cottage-cheese it, slather it with sour cream, cr
make it more tempting with Temp-Tee
whipped cream cheese.
Then, go right on spreading Breakstone
throughout the year. (Not to mention mixing,
scooping and dipping.)
Kosher for Passover: Creamed Cottage Cheese, California
Style Cottage Cheese, Tiny Soft Curd Cottage Cheese,
Pot Style Cottage Cheese, Farmer Cheese, Temp-Tea
Whipped Cream Cheese, Sour Cream, Sweet Whipped &
Sweet Print Butia. Certified by Rabbi Jacob Cohen,
Spring Valley, N.Y.


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Friday. March 1~ 1972
Passover Dishes: They're
Easier Than You'd Think!
PiMOwer. 1972 brins* buck mem-
p o( oki the
r.brance of such flavorful
I a- (jfamnaB, knaidlach. and
tatao breL
M.U:V hfHlM'W hnm would like to
prepare these dishes for their fami- 1 8 -=P- P^PP"
li ;hiv Pa--over Hor,- are Tried
k\ \ini..\< ii
Use this i-e.ipaw 12 larcc fluffy knakilach:
2 this. Rokoach Nyafat
1 cup matzo meal
1 tsp. salt
ITS A SIN
TO BREAK
A MATZO.

BBd ".ut r.-cipes for those delici-
ous traditiaaa] Passover tn atl
TIMMKS
To make a isimmi-s that serves
lour to six. .ather the following
it- jredient :
_' modium-siz< whitt -potatoes
-.edium-size sweet potatoes
2 large can
qa Rokeach Nyafal
1 cup of ch-jnrvd onion
1 U
Wash and pare the potatoes and
, carrots until
Meanwhile, heat the N;
add tho onions and
cook u.....
ni ->n and Nyal -.
to a
the
: Pasaovei
dish thai as I -
... Perfect as a main
. i at I or as a definite
spatiai toner,
te fish 1 i I
.- ike a hit with
GEamm USH PUFF
To make four aervJags, gather
the
jg whites
4 oz" yo'fcs
4 tap. ><<.-.
1 per
-. cup Rokeach Gcfi'.t Fish
liiui.l
of 4 reg
- u: Rokeach GeflHe
up matzo meal
It-; ;.
2 tots. Rokeach Nyafal
Use a rotary blender, beat the,
egg in'' Until Stiff hut nut dry.
a tde Beat the -- yolks
and seasonings, adding and heat-
the gefllte fish liquid. Fold in
mashed n't" fi~h. matzo
meal and chorrpod parsley. Gently.
fold the egg yolk mixture into the
white mixture.
H'at the Nyaiat in a 9-inch
skillet for two minutes over me-
im heat. Add the eizg mixture
and cook for about five mir.utos
or until the bottom of tin puff \a
brown. P'aoe the pufl on
a pan under low broi for
Ut five n

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i ve.
Musicale, Auditions Set
-.
i will hold its annual Si'Hng
as Sal day
at 7 p.m. in the Roney Plaza Bldg.
B. 2371 Collins Ave.. according to
Ruth Brotman. founder-president.
Pauline Pierce is reception hostess
for the event which will feature
young artists Raymond Watson.
17, David Ring Obee. 16. Geremy
Miller. 14. Lisa Werner. 17. and
l.uz Morales from the Philippine
Islands. Members and prospective
members are welcome to attend.
Melt the Nyafat in a saucepan
containing three-quarters ctip of
boiling water. Add all the dry in-
srredient and stir over medium
heat until the dough forms a ball
and leave.- the si es of the pan.
R-move the mixture from the
heat. Add the ege. beating until a
smooth, thick dough is farmed
Cover the pan and chill for one
hour.
5ha;v the dough intj one
balls, dropping the balls into
quarts of boiling water or >up.
Cook for 20 mthntes. Th knai '.ar':i
double in size durir.g thi-
COOk.
MATZO BRE1
Here** how to make ra
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Friday, March 17, 1972
Fruited Lamb Chops add variety to Passover meals. Served
with a spicy peach sauce, shoulder lamb chops are fried in
Planters Peanut Oil, the light cooking oil which enhances
the flavor of other foods without imparting a taste of its own.
New Way With Lamb Chops
Brightens Passover Menus
Passover, the Festival of Free-
dom, will begin at sundown
Wednesday March 29, and will last
for eight days.
As with holidays everywhere,
food will be an important part of
the celebration. This is particu-
larly true of Passover, when Jew-
ish dietary laws restrict any form
of leavened broad, grain or
aes.
For the creative cook who wants
in -. rve her family interesting and
varied meals during this eight-day
jicriod, this is quite a challenge.
Of course, there are many tra-
ditional foods that are always a
part of Passover menus, such as
Gefilte Fish, Knaidlach, Kugel and
Fruit Fritters. But, for the Jew-
ish cook who wants to adi an in-
teresting new dish to the menu,
Fruited Lamb Chops will be wel-
comed. Shoulder lamb chops,
dredged in matzo meal and fried
in Planters Peanut Oil, are served
with a spicy peach-flavored sauce
and peach halves.
Essential for success of dishes
like this is Planters Peanut Oil,
lightest of common cooking oils.
Ko*her for Passover, Planters Pea-
nut Oii is a fresh-tasting oil which
enhances the flavor of other foods
uithout imparting any taste of its
own. It may be used for frying,
baking, broiling, in salads and con-
fections during Passover and
throughout the year.
FRUITED LAMB CHOPS
J4 cup matzo meal
1 tsp. salt
ht tsp. black pepper
6 shoulder lamb chops
2 Ibis. Planters Peanut Oil
1 can (1-lbi peach halves
Water
U tsp. ground allspice
Combine matzo meal, salt and
pepper. Dredge lamb chops in
matzo meal mixture. Heat Plant-
ers Peanut Oil in large skillet. Add
lamb chops and fry over medium
heat, turning occasionally, about
45 minutes, or until tender.
Drain peaches, reserving syrup.
Add enough water to make I cup
liquid; set aside.
Remove lamb chops to oven-
proof platter; place in warm oven.
Pour off all but 2 tablespoons
drippings from skillet. Stir in
peach liquid and allspice. Bring to
a boil. Add peach halves and cook
a few minutes until heated. Pour
over lamb chops and serve. Makes
6 servings.
FILLET OF SOLE
WITH ORANGE SAUCE
AND ONION RINGS
3 tbls. Planters Peanut Oil
2 tsp. potato starch
34 cup fresh orange juice
\\ cup dry white wine
1 medium onion, thinly sliced
1 lb. sole fillets
Salt and pepper to taste
P'anters Peanut Oil
Orange slices
In a small saucepan, blend Plant-
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until smooth. Stir in orange juice
and wine. Cook over medium heat,
stirring constantly, until mixture
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cover and simmer 15 minutes.
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five minutes in enough Planters
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spoon hot orange sauce ovc fil-
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The annual "Golden Builders"
luncheon sponsored by South Flor-
ida Women's Division, American
Jewish Congress for the benefit of
the Louise Waterman Wise Youth
Hostel in Jerusalem, will take
place at noon Thursday, March 23
on the Starlight Roof of the Dorai
Beach Hotel, 4833 Collins Avenue,
Miami Beach.
Mrs. Sol Berlin, luncheon, announces that special
recognition will be accorded to
Mrs. Anna Miller, who recently
promised to underwrite the Arab
Israel Research Institute which
will be part of the Youth Hostel
in Jerusalem. This Arab-Israel
Research Institute will carry on
dialogue and action program-, by
Arabs and Jews to create a feel-
ing of understanding and mutual
respect that will hopefully lead
to "Shalom" in the Middle Last.
The Louise Waterman Wise
Youth Hostel which was built and
is maintained hv the Women1!
Esser Lecture Scheduled By
Author-lecturer Dr. William L.
Esser will deliver a speech en-
titled, "You Can Enjoy Many Years
Of Good Health Through Natural
Hygiene" to a meeting of the
American Natural Hygiene Society
Greater Miami Chapter 2 p.m.
Sunday, March 26, in the Surfside
Natural Hygiene Group
Community Center Auditorium,
9301 Collins Ave.
The film "Action For Survival."
produced by the National Health
Federation and featuring Ralph
Nader, Adelle Davis and Con-
gressman James Delaney, will al-
so highlight the program. The pub-
lic is Invited to attend.
Division, American Jewish Con-
gress is a miniature United Na-
tions meeting place for young
peopie.
An "International Festival of
Fashions" sponsored by Jordan
Marsh and coordinated by Elinor
Morris will he part of the after-
noon's program. Richard Cohen,
national associate director. Amer-
. ic-an Jewish Congress, will bring
greetings from the national orga-
nization.
The arrangements committee in-
cludes Mrs. Joseph Albuquerque,
Mrs. Benjamin Kamen, Mrs. Irv-
ing B. Kaplan, Mrs. Alex Meyer-
soi'i, Mrs. Anna Miller, Mrs. Sam
Pen'chansky, Mrs. Charles Silvers,
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Friday. March 17, 1972
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Henry Ford II Affirms Link With Israel
By PHILIP SLOMOVIT7,
Editor. Detroit Jewish News
Vice President, J.T.A.
Henry Ford II utilized an eight-
day visit in Israel for multiple
purposes: to solidify a 35-year in-
dustrial relationship with the Holy
Land, to cement friendships with
Israeli and Jewish leaders, to ex-
tend an interest in an ancient his-
torical inspirationand to social-
ize. Every aspect of the Israeli
visit by America's leading indus-
trialist was, from all indications,
a marked success. He met with
the peojie who represent the Ford
Motor Co. and he has assigned a
company vice president to study
the conditions that may call for
expansion of auto-assembling in
the Jewish State. He met with
Israel's leading government offi-
cials. He returned with a fascina-
tion for the archaeological aspects.
There was the normal question
for an interviewer searching for
an explanation of so noted a
Christian's impression of the Jew-
ish State. Ford was puzzled. He
explained: He didn't go to Israel
his fii^t visit to a Middle East
countrywith an ethnic, lacial or
religious preconception, but as an
American, a human being, with
an inter* st in a developing coun-
try. The spell of his seeing the
country throbbing with activity
remains. He is fascinated: he was
introduced to antiquity, to a 5,000-
year-old history which functions
in so much modernity. He was
aware of the archaeological reve-
lations, and his admiration for the
links created the antiquity
merged with modernity over-
whelms him.
He turned to his book shelf,
pulled out a copy of Gen. Yigael
Yadin's latest book, "Bar-Kokh-
ba." and expressed appreciation
for an opportunity to become
more Intimately informed about
diggings that prove historical
authenticity in an ancient land
now reueemed by modem build-
ers.
Ford'.- intimacy with his own'
interests- -the Fold cats and their
distribution in Middle Eastern
countrieswas a subject for se-
rious concern in a rare interview-
by a great industrial leader about
the Middle Eastand the Jews
who have begun work of redemp-
tion. But he gave an indication of
more vital interest in his meet-
ing with Arabs. One Arab, he said,
affirmed to him that his kin and
coreligionists in Israel are 100
years ahead of Arabs in other
lands. Then he spoke with anima-
tion about the reception given him
and the man who accompanied
him on his visit, the eminent na-
tional Jewish leader Max M. Fish-
er, by notables in Nazareth, in-
cluding the city's Arab mayor and
three Arab members of the Knes-
set.
He hesitated to say it, but smil-
ingly recalled that at that party
he was encouraged to play a big
role in creating peace in the Mid-
dle East. The Arab leaders told
him how well they live now, what
good the Ford assembly plant in
Nazareth does for themcreating
jobs ar.d raising their economic-
standardsand they prayed for an
early peace. "Couldn't you be a
peace maker?" they asked Ford.
The automobile magnate pro-
duced a map of Israel. He drew
the lines that indicated the areas
through which he and Fisher had
flown over the Sinai, and showed
where they landed, at the Sue.:
Canal, to be briefed on develop-
ments by Army experts. That's
where Ford heaid Arabs and Is-
raelis shouting at each other
across the canal. He viewed them
as so near yet so farbut with an
emphasis that peace is needed and
can be established through joint
effort.
Ford met, spoke with and re-
newed social contacts with Prem-
ier Golda Meir, Minister of Defen-
se Moshe Dayan, Foreign Minister
Abba Eban and Finance Minister
Pinhas Sapir, in addition to many
other Israeli officials and Army
leaders. He was especially elated
with his visit with David Ben-
Gurion. They talked businessthe
need for automobiles in Israel.
i Ford's view is that Israel pri-
marily needs trucks and tractors
and because there is such a
great need he is convinced that
assembling them in Israel, with
pal ts Imported, would he more ad-
visable. This raised the question
of manufacturing planes to fill
Israel's basic- needs, and Ford was
emphatic in approving of the ex-
tension of such efforts. He knew
that 17,000 people were already
employed in the airplane plant in
tsrael, and that small planes have
already been produced and larger
ones are in the making, and he
was praiseful of these efforts.
He had assigned his vice pres-
ident for tractor operations, L.
Emory Dearborn, to go to Israel,
immediately upon his own return
home, for a study of conditions
in Israel and the manner of co-
operation by the Ford Motor Co.
in extending the tractor and truck
distributions. Dearborn is now
preparing a report for the pres-
ident of the company. But Ford
emphasized that there are no new
plans for extension of the auto-
mobile business in Israel, a major
reason being that the Israeli gov-
ernment has yet to reach major
decisions on such developments.
"What Irael needs nrimarilv."
i Ford said, "is an assurance of
adeqjaie sup..!/ of pai is. The
country ncc-os trucks, it needs
nactois. But as yet there arc no
Specifics of what form our par-
ticipation in extended auto-
uisti ib.iting in Israel will assume."
A truly fascinating story relates
i to the Ford operations in lsiael.
! the operating Palestine Automo-
; bile Corp. retains the Palestinian
| nomenclature because the firm
I was established in 1937 when
Gieat Britain was the mandatory
power in the country. Dr. Shaul
Lipschitz is the diiecting head of
the firm and the partneiship is
shared with A. L. Loewenstein and
aiis. Ilene Marcus. In their plant
in Naza.eth t.iey assemole tnc
Ford Escoit as well as other cais.
1 he Escoi t, the smallest car
manufactured by Ford, is the most
popular car in Ejrope and its sales
are large in is.ad. The 1,200 em-
ployes at the Nazareth plant
man/ oi then) ,uuosassemoly
18 Escorts daily, In addition to
trucks, t r actor", Dodges and
Chryslers and other makes. Ford
explained that in addition to as-
semb'ing Ford cais and tractors,
this Nazareth Dlant also produces
r. m-o>'s H-'Hc-lt-Ta1 Imniements,
In the operations that supple-
ment automobile assembling, Ford
..as auditionally fascinated by the
.r.oeile hospital cars, which carry
all necessary medicants and in-
struments to provide immediate
medical eaie for soldiers as well
as civilians, obviating the need to
uMce injured to hospitals. Pursuing
his impressions of the Nazaielh
aato assembling plant, he said the
l,_'o0 employes were men from 2-1
uute.cnt co..ntiies, and he was
impressed by the tact that three
new Woikeis who haa come to the
piant ciuung his arrival in Israel
iiaci come fiom Russia only two
weeks earlier. He surmised that
ihey mast have come with a
..noWitage ol Hebrew, obviating
tiiei. going through a tltorougn in-
icgiatiun piocess.
It was not true, Ford said, that
the ro.u plant in Egypt had been
c.nliscatec He said the difficulty
Cttaue was that iif-al'-.s were put
o..i of business because they were
nable to g' the Vita** needed
supplies and parts. He said Ford
| Motor Co. keeps sending trucks
I and tractors to Jordan and has
good business relations with Iran,
, and that the most effective op-
' orations are In Israel, where the
Palestine Automobile Corp. has
dealerships in Jerusalem, Tel Aviv
and Haifa, with a sub-dealership
conducted by an Arab in Nazareth.
Ford spoke with enthusiasm
about his visit to the Technion
campus in Haifa. He had estab-
lished a close friendship with Lord
Evelyn Rothschild of London,
world chairman of the board of
Technion. and he went to the
Haifa technical university to be
witness to its progress. "It is, in-
deed, the MIT of the Middle East,"
he said in summing up his im-
pressions. Lord Evelyn, Ford and
Fisher had become close friends
and the former was the Ford
house guest when he came here
last year to address the Detroit
Technion Society and to speak for
Israel Bonds. Ford also spoke en-
thusiastically about his visit to
Caesaria, and there, too, he was
impressed with the archaeological
activities. Ford and Fisher were
accompanied on their Israel visit
by their wives, Cristina Ford and
Marjorie Fisher. In their way, the
ladies cemented American-Israeli
relations with the contacts they
made and with a perpetuation of
associations in behalf of Israel's
notable adventures.
(C). inTi. Jewish Telegraphic Agency)
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vJenisii FhridHann
Friday, March 17, 1972
This Week In History...
4U Years Abo This Week: IMC i
Hundreds of Polish and Human- i
ian students at Bratislava and '
Pragufl universities fell forced to 1
m.-itriculati in other countries, be- j
*use of ttyc "intensified fuiti- f
S mitic atmospRere."
I*. a b b i Ycchcskicl I.iebschitz,
pn Idcnl of the Union of orthodox
Riibbis, died near Warsaw at 70.
Rumania prohibited Jews from
Changing their names.
David Shapiro, founder-publish-
er of the Jewish Day, New York,
was 60.
"God has sent to Germany this
ema/ine and truly Incomparable
man of purest Aryan German
blood and unmistakable genius,"
the newspaper Freibeitskampf said
Ol Hit!. .
Prof. Boris Schatz, founder-
Arector of the Bezalel School of
A'ts and Crafts. Jerusalem, died
in Denver at 65.
HI Years Abo This Week: 1962
Sen. Jaeob K. Javits (H-N.Y.)
said State Dent, aetion to aid So-
viet Jewry had been "completely
inadequate."
The American Jewish Commit-
tee and the Anti Defamation
League charged the New York
State I* Will of Regents with un-
constitutionally establishing "pub-
lie school religion" by sponsoring
a daily prayer.
"PARIS -Algeria's 150,000 Jews
have been guaranteed full relis-
ious, cultural and civic rights in
the agreement for a cease-fire
reached between France and the
Moslem movement for Algerian
indeiicndence."
Kphraim Margalit, former direc-
tor of Keren Hayesod in France,
was convicted in Jerusalem on all
76 counts of embezzlement of
$170,000.
Rabbi Edward T. Sandrow, pres-
ident of the Rabbinical Assembly,
said Oriental Jewry was "going
through a slow disintegrating
process."
Rabbi Hilton H. Levy. Reform
leader and former president of the
New York Board of Rabbis, died
in New York at *4.
Both Syria and Israel sought a
Security Council meeitf n g over
each other's "aggression."
Chief Rabbi Yehuda Lelb Levin
of Moscow waived strict observ-
ance of Passover dietary laws be-
cause no mat/ot would be pro-
duced by the state-owned bak-
eries.
"The American Zionist move-
ment has passed its low and is
ascending," Jewish Agency chair-
man Moshe Sharett said in New
York.
New York Park Commissioner
! Newbold Morris, under court or-
I der to allow George Lincoln Rock-
well to speak publicly, rejected
i his request to use Union Square
Park and granted him Jeanette
Park on the waterfront, which he
said could hold 1,200 persons and
had "adequate comfort station
: facilities.''
The M. L. Annenberg Founda-
tion gave $1 million to the Albert
Kinstein College of Medicine of
Yeshiva U., New York.
Adolf Kichmann's appeal hear-
ing opened.
European Jewry's monetary
losses during the Nazi era totaled
at least S27 billion, the World
Jewish Congress said.
Passover Supplies Shipped
To Europe, North Africa
More than 607,500 lbs. of mat-
zoh and batzoh meal and 21,700
bottles of Passover wine nave been
shipped to Europe and North Af-
rica by the Joint Distribution Com-
mittee to help the Jewish com-
munities elebr.ate the Passover
holiday properly, Edward Ginsberg
of Cleveland. JDC chairman, has
announced.
"This is only part of the JDC
Passover assistance program," Mr.
Ginsberg said. "Passover relief
giants in Eastern Europe, Moroc-
co and Iran, special Passover food
parcels and Passover meals in can-
teens will entail expenditures
more than double the cost of the
supplies shipped this year." The
estimated cost of the Passover
shipments is $136,500 he added.
"The program will enable tens
I of thousands of elderly and needy
i Jews to observe and celebrate
I Passover properly and with dig-
! nity," Mr. Ginsberg continued.
"For them JDC will be a welcome
I guest at the seder, a source of sus-
| tenance and hope and a constant
reminder that we care about
! them."
Funds for Passover relief and
other JDC health, welfare and
refugee assistance programs come
mainly from the campaigns of the
United Jewish Apiieal. In thus
area, it is supported by the CJA-
IEF campaign of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation.
Most of the Passover supplies
I were shipped to Eastern Europe,
Mr. Ginsberg noted. This Included
114.500 lbs. of mat/.oh, 61,000 lbs.
of matzo meal, 110 lbs. of shmura
mat/oh and over 20.000 bottles of
Israeli' Pfts^over wlnet Countries
in Western Europe receiving Pass-
over supplies include France, Italy,
Greece, Portugal and Spain. In
North Africa 12,000 lbs. of matzoh
' was sent to Melilla in Spanish
I Morocco and 63,500 lbs. of matzoh
| went to Tunisia.
The first Seder will take place
this year Wednesday evening,
March 29.
Philharmonic To Open
Season In Gusman Hall
The Miami Philharmonic, under
the direction of Alain Lombard,
will open the 1972-73 subscription
season in its new home, Gusman
Philharmonic Hall, (fornierlj the
Olympia Theater) Sunday, Nov.
5, according to Dale Heapps, gen-
eral manager.
The Philharmonic will present
a 12-concert subscription series In
the new hall. As in the pest the
series will be performed twice.
Subscribers have a choice of se-
ries. In addition the Philharmonic
mil present an 8-concert .s>ri\s< rip-
tion scries at Miami Beach Audi-
torium.
Rabbi Isaac Segal of Jersey City (third from loft)
presents Certificate of Kashruth to Bernard Manische-
witz, president cf the B. Manischewitz Company.
Watching the ceremony are Rabbi David L Silver
and Rabbi Chaim Karlinsky (left) Rabbi Emanuel
Gettinger (right) and D. Beryl Manischewitz a ad
William B. Manischewitz (rear).
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Friday, March 17, 1972
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Question Box
By RABBI DR. SAMUEL J. FOX
Why Is it that on the first two
nights Of PilMOVrr, the kiddllsh
is nul miliil lviI liil\ in tli.
synagogue f
On Friday nights, as well as on
other holidays, the kldduth was
originally recited for the sake of
the poor travelers who would
otherwise not have been able to
get Involved in the kiddush be-
cause they lacked a home or wine.
On Passover eve, the law stated
that the poorest of men have to
make arrangements for, or have
to be supplied with wine since the
kldduth is part of the Passover
evening seder, and thus everyone
will be making kiddush at the
seder.
It Ls interesting to note that in
Mime areas in Babylonia and in
Spain, it was customary for the
entire community to have the se-
der together in the synagogue be-
cause most of the community was
not able to lead and conduct the
seder for themselves.
Why is it that the Mallei
paaiaaa, which are chanted in
the morning and on holidays,
are also chanted In the evening
Of the Passover service in the
ynaegiip on the first wto
nights of Passover by some con-
gregations?
Some claim that this is done lie-
cause in some synagogues the com-
munity had a joint seder. Rabbi
Moses Israelis stated that this
should not be done any more be-
cause everyone has the seder at
some home. However, a different
reason is given by an earlier
source iTuri for requiring the
reading of the Hallel psalms in
the synagogue. This reason
prompts many congregations to
continue its recital in the syna-
gogue.
Whether the Hallel !>salms are
chanted in the synagogues fir not
on the first two nights of the
Passover, they are definitely re-
cited in the seder ritual at home.
There is. however, one difference
between the current recital of the
Hallel psalms at the seder home
ritual and their usual recital dur-
| ing the holidays in the synagogue.
In the synagogue the recital is
I introduced with a benediction
[since there is a community service.
IAt home there Ls no benediction.
[Therefore, the rabbis introduced
|the chanting of these Hallel
psalms in the synagogue service
[during the first two nights of the
iPassover so that the projier
[benediction can be recited before
the psalms in the synagogue which
i would also apply to the psalms |
later at home. The r-a quiring that the Hallel psalms be
recited at the evening home serv-
ice i> that the miraculous deliver-
ance from s'avery on the original
Pasover took place at night. Thus,
the .lews were asked to observe
the night of Passover with these
psalms of praise and thanksgiv-
ing for the exodus from Kgypt.
Why are the prayers for dew
recited on the first day of Pass-
over?
The Midi ...,h (Pirke. of Rabbi
Klie/er, 321 tells us that it was
on the Passover that Isaac called
his son to receive the blessini;.
telling him that the chambers of
' heaven had opened and they con-
, tained dew. When Jacob finally
, canic forth with the blessing the
[tame Midrush cairns that a fresh
dew of heaven came upon him.
stlengthening him.
The appearance of the dew is
thus a redeeming force as nature,
which has been enslaved during
the winter, is freed to bloom in
the spring, just like the Israelites
who were enslaved in Kgypt were
released by the Almighty so they
could bloom spiritually and receive
the revelation.
('i, 1978, Jewish Telegraphic Agency)
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On Passover and all year through.
They like it because it's pure, light and
polyunsaturated. So the true taste
of the food conies through. Try
this traditional Passover recipe
and see what we mean. Cook it with
Kosher and Parve Planters Oil.
And Happy Passover.
Chopped Chicken Livers
Vz cup Planters Oil
Vi cup diced onion
1 lb. chicken livers, broiled
1 hard-cooked egg
1 teaspoon salt
M teaspoon pepper
Heat Planters Oil in a heavy skillet;
add diced onion and saute until
transparent, for about 5 minutes.
Allow to cool in skiliet. Grind or chop
together chicken livers, egg
and the entire contents of the skillet.
Stir in salt and pepper. Chill until
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Four-Act Swan Lake Sin9,es Mlxer Schedu,ed
Makes Miami Debut
Choosing the slides depicting the "Cycle of Jewish Life
Ceremonies' which will be shown at the annual spring
luncheon sponsored by the Sisterhood of Temple Beth
Sholom Wednesday at 11:30 a.m. in the Deauville Hotel
are luncheon chairman Mrs. Edward Levinson, (center) and
program chairmen Mrs. Marvin Stonberg (left) and Mrs. Alan
Wilson. The slides will be utilized in a musical presentation
written by the temple's Cantor David Conviser which will
include Beth Sholom soloists Salwa Merrige and Judy
Drucker.
The Miami Ballot Company will
present the four-act ballot "Swan
Lake,'" April 21 and 22 at the
Dude Auditorium. It is expected
to be the largest uul, utosl excit-
ing ballot ever produced in Miami,
according to Thomas Armour, art-
istic director.
Violctte Verdy and Edward VII-
lella, starts of the New York City
Ballet, will have the leading roles
and Terry Orr, Karena Brock and
Diana Weber will dance the fam-
.ill paitner Diana Weber in the
Spanish dance.
Only one professional company
in this country, American Ba:let
Theatre, has the four-act version
if Swan Lake in its repertoire.
The Miami Ballet Company will
be the first regional company to
present the entire ballet. The Mi-
ami Ballet Orchestra will be con-
ducted by Akira Endo.
Tickets are available at the
)ade County Auditorium Box Of-
fice.
16th Annual Tree
Give-Away Marks
57th Anniversary
The Miami Beach Parks De
^artment will hold its 16th annual
ree give-away on Friday. March
'A. Some 1.500 free trees will b-
listributed to celebrate the 57th
-inniversary of the citv, which oc-
curs Sunday, Ma-ch 25.
Trees are available to Miami
Beach oroperty owners on a first
come basis from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at
the Girl Scout Camp l-atcd in
front of the Miami Beach Garden
"enter and near the rear parking
'ot of Convention Hall North. Tax
bills must be shown for identifica-
1 tion.
Mimeographed !nstructions for
| the planting and cave of the 10
varieties of trees to he given away
.ill be available, along with a
description of the trees.
Repertory Group Forms
ihe Premier Playhouse, a trav-
eling reiiertory company, is being
organized by attorney Barry
Schreiber and mot'n Dicture :>ro-
riueer Burt D ibois. Semi-profes-
sional and professional actors will
participate in its productions of
such hits as "Bus Stop." "Bare-
foot in the Park" and "Where's
Charlie" in various condominium';
:his season. Casting calls will be
d in a few .vo< ks.
,
v<
For Passover,
bring the Holy Land to your tabled
Dormant Holy Land Cheese. From Israel, ^readable. Delicious."
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Sunday. March 26, to kick off th-
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attend the event beginning at X
p.m. in the Mural Room of Temple
Fmanu-El, 1701 Washington Ave.
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Test Useful In Prevention
Of Brain Damage In Babies
i
EIN KAREM, Jerusalem A
new test to detect the danger of
the development of brain damage
in newborn babies suffering from
iiemoiytic jaundice was recently
heim ana his team m the Metaoo-
lie Laboratories of the Hadassah-
II. blew University Medical Oen-
1 in Jerusalem.
Hemolytic jaundice in newborn
- is often can- 1 6} I'.h In-'
compatibility. It may also be i
caused by an error in th
sysb m ol the newborn haby. This I
i a ip tic erroi found mainly in
the Mi dlt< rranean area.
in lib incompatibility, the red
bli od ci Us of the unborn infanl or
the newborn baby are d stroyed.
n a mother is R!i negative and
her infant is R'.i ; isitive, a serious
sii nation arises in which the new-
born infant suffers from congen-
ital anemia accompanied by Jaun-
dice. If the infant becomes jaun-
diced beyond the capacity of its
blood serum albumin to bind the
excess bile pigment, known as
bilirubin, this toxic substance may
enter the brain of the infant and
damage it.
Wtten there is a congenital er-
ror ift the enzyme system of the
infant. ..the bilirubin accumulates
and fyeceds the capacity of the
albumin to bind it, and brain dam-
age may result from the excess of
free bilirubin.
In order to avoid such brain
damage, the blood of the infant i=
removed and exchanged with a
transfusion of normal blood. The
exchange transfusion itself is a
formidable procedure and not with-
out danger. The decision to trans-
fuse the blood is usually made
only when the bilirubin in the in-
fant's blood has reached a certain
arbitrary level 20 miligrams
percent when there is almost
one molecule of bilirubin for every
molecule of albumin.
Te*t Involves New Concept
The new tesL. developed by the
Hadassah team determines when
the bilirubin binding capacity of
the infant's blood is exceeded or
when this is imminent. It Involves
new concept: until now physi-
ians only analyzed the amount of
ilirubin present in the blood; in
he Hadassah test, two com-
unds are analyzed in relation to
each other bilirubin and album-
in.
The test is performed simply.
with a minimum of laboratory
quipment and requires less than
drop of serum. The serum is ap-
liod to a column of specially-
prepared synthetic resin, called
feephadex, and is then washed
hrough with a buffer. When the
washings are clear, the column is
tained to detect traces of bilirubin
with a special reagent. If the col-
mn turns blue, it is a sign that
there is free bilirubin in the
hild's blood beyond the capacity
f the serum albumin to bind it.
The Hadassah team responsible
'or the new test consists of Prof.
Hillel Blondheim, Dr. Nathan A.
Kaufmann and Haim Kapitulnik.
At the International Pediatric
Congress held in Vienna this year,
Dr. Blondheim presented a paper
on the test which attracted con-
siderable interest. When he re-
turned to his laboratory, Dr. Blond-
heim found many letters request-
ing further details of the test and
where the kit itself could be ob-
tained. This kit is at present being
developed for possible production
and distribution by the firm of
Ames-Yissum in Jerusalem, a sci-
ence-based industry formed by
Miles Laboratories Inc., of Elk-
hart, Ind., and the Hebrew Uni-
versity of Jerusalem. However, be-
fore the test can be put on the
market it requires further evalua-
tion by clinical scientists.
Apart from the research work
being done in Prof. Blondheim's
Metabolic Laboratory, further
evaluation of the test is going on
in a number of other laboratories.
These include the Pediatrics De-
partment of Hadassah, headed by
Prof. Alex Russell, and of two
other hospitals in Israel. Beilinson
sum Product Development Labora-
tory in Jerusalem; and the Ames
Product Development Laboratory
in Elkhart, Ind.
Special Projool: Greek Babies
Sa,.fjy:..the Hadas^^fijgptLsts
have used tne test with promising
results on Israeli babies, who arc
not allowed to become severely
jaundiced because of the risk of
possible brain damage. They have
also used it with good results on
the sera of severely jaundice*
Greek habits horn on remote out
lying Creek islands. This work
v.as done in collaboration with Dr.
Timos Valaes, of the Aghia Sofia
Ho iial in Athens.
When the babies on these re.
mote islands develop jaundice,
they have to be flown to Athens
because of the lack of facilities
for exchange tra isfu Ions. Oftei
they arrive in a severely jaundiced
condition, some of them having
y suffered brain damage. Ir
addition, on the Island of Lesbos
jaundice is a particular problem
because of the special genetic
characteristics of the islanders
possibly due to inbreeding.
The frozen sera of the severe!)
jaundiced Greek babies were rush
ed to Israel for testing at Hadas
sah through the help of the Israel
Foreign Office.
However, the scientists need
further information as to whether
a positive test is in every case an
absolute indication for immediate
exchange transfusion. They also
wish to know whether in those
cases where the test is negative,
it may be possible by a modifica-
iton of the method to predict at
what degree of jaundice the child
will enter the danger zone and
require exchange transfusion to
prevent brain damage. For this
they need to work on fresh sera
of severely jaundiced newborn
babies.
A member of the Hadassah
team, Haim Kapitulnik, a bio-
chemist who is working on the
project as part of his Ph.D. thesis,
is spending throe months in Dr.
Valaes' laboratory, which serves
three hospitals in Athens. He is
taking with him specially pre-
pared Sephadex columns used in
the test according to the method
developed in the Hadassah Metab-
olic Laboratory and will teach the
staff of the laboratory how to do
the test so that it may he used to
save the lives of the Greek babies.
While in Athens, Mr. Kapitulnik
will test the fresh serum of se-
verely jaundiced newborn babies
with a view to solving the remain-
ing problems before the test can
be released for distribution.
Mr. Kapitulnik's visit has been
arranged through the International
Cooperation Division of the Israel
Foreign Ministry at the request
of the Greek Ministry of Social
Affairs.
American industrialist Henry Ford II, c De-
troit, Mich., who virited the Detroit Labora-
tories in Aernautical Engineering at Tech-
nion, Israel Institute of Technology, in Haifa,
last month is soon with Max Fishsr (left),
also of Detroit, his host on a UJA-sponsored
tcur of Israel, and Prof. Ehud Lenz of Tech-
nion, who is explaining complex metal turn-
ings produced at the Detroit Labs by a com-
p'-ter-cchtrolled laser. Alexander Goldberg
(right) is president of Technion, the major
ceiver for technological education and re-
search in Israel, with an enrollment .-A 8,000.
In Local Theatres
"Macbeth" is opening Friday at
the Myfair and Sunset; "Women
and Bloody Terror" and "Night of
Bloody Horror" at Coral Way and
North Dade Drive-Ins. Held over
are "Cabaret," Carib and Hallan-
dale; "Living Free," at Miracle,
163rd St., Palm Springs and 27th
Ave Drive-In; "Mary, Queen ol
Scots," at Patio, Twin I and By-
ron; "The Hot Rock," at Carlyle;
"The Last Picture Show," at Nor-
mandy; "Nicholas and Alexandra,"
Twin II-Dadeland, and "Such Good
Friends" and "Goodbye Colum-
bus" at the Parkway and Surf.
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Friday, March 17. 1972
lEGAl NOTICE
I
IIGAI NOTKf
lEGAl NOTICE
N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
OAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA
NO. 71.47*3 (Primm)
IN RK:
ESTATE "K
HAItKY CANTOR,
Drroa nod
NOTICE OF FINAL REPORT
AND APPLICATION FOR
DISCHARGE
To AI.I.WHiui IT MAY CONCERN*:
Notice In t.ercby glvi ii that SAUL
I CANTOR n Ancillary Executor of
Hi* above Batata ha* completed his
mlmiuistratloii and has filed in Ihis
Conn hi- final Report and Application
uh Discharge. Objections, If any,
f1m.ui.i be (lied with Mils Court. After
filing P.....i of Publication showing
thai ibis Notice has been published
nc*e a week for inur consecutive
reeks, the matter of approval ol the
report, the ordering of distribution of
th. Estate, and the final discharge of
SAI'I, I. CANTOR as Ancillary Bxe-
evtor will oni. before In* Court.
SAI'I. I,. CANTOR
AnciUars Bxecutoi
SPARRER, ZEMEI.. ROgrCIN AND
HEILBIP INNER P.A.
I"" North Blscaj ne
Miami, Plorida 33132
'ihi~ notice shall be published once
each w.i l, for four consecutive weeka
hi THB JEWISH PLORIDIAN.
3-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
ih. undersigned, desiring tn engage hi
business under the fictitious names of
*MP< >1!T Al'TI "MOTIVE and IMPORT
PAR al number is":.'" Blscayne Boule-
vard, In the City of Miami, Florida,
Intends i" register wild names with
th. ci.rk of the Clrcuil Court of Dadi
County, Florida.
Dated al .Miami. Florida, thli
24ih day "f February. 1972.
IMPORT SERVICE AND
REPAIR CORPORATION
By: RICHARD l/IPEZ, President
AliTlll'R H DAVIS, BSO.
M-110 BIhch) ne Bids
I* Weal Flagler Btreel
.Miami. Florida
At tome) ,'.,i Appllcufct (338-23.10)
:: 3-10-17-S4
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OTVEN lhai
the undersigned, desiring i" engage hi
business under the fictitious name >i
D *r K CONBTRI'CTION at 1......1 W
Fluffier street, .Miami. Pla. Intends to
register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court ..f Dade fountv.
Ploi Ida.
JULES BECK
Miriam Re. kerman
Attorne) for applicant
ism:. s.W. 3rd Ave.
Miami, Florida
2 25 :: 3-10-17
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN Ihnl
the undersigned, desiring '. engage in
business under the fictitious name of
CARMEN MARI BOCTIQCE al I16B
W 68th g|.. Apt E (a I; a 114s \v.
68th Si. i Hial.ah. Fla. Intend to regis-
ter saiil name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Curt of Mail.- County, Florida.
CARMEN BORA :>.
.MAItY NICOLAS BELTKAN r.ir.
________ I J-lO-17-34
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY (IIVEN Hint
iht undersigned, desiring .....na gi in
business under ihe fictitious num.- nf
CREATIVE WOMAN nl 45O0 N.\V
135th St. Ona-Lockn, Pla, Intends to
register said name with the Clerk ..f
Ho- Circuit Courl ..i Dade cnumv
Florida.
GREENLAND stcdios. inc.
By. Manuel i Ireenwald, Pre*
:t r3-in-17-24
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU'T
OF FLORIDA.
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72.1612
RAMON I.OKIDO
Plaintiff
and
ANTHONY VAI.LE and
I.' rlJTHE VAIJ.K
Robert WILLIAM GRAVES
1 lefendanl -
TO: ANTHONY VAI.LE and
I.OFIHE VAI.LE
720 Bonhlll Road
ls Angeles, California
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an tietjon for SPECIFIC PER.
FORMANCB for the gale of:
A Portion of "WESTERN .MIAMI
SECTION B" recorded In Pint
Itaok J7 .u Page 33 ami n portion
of "WESTERN MIAMI SECTION
!> as recorded In Plat Book n.i
ai Page l, both of the Public Rei -
nrds of Dade County, Florida, and
being more particulnrlv descrlhi .1
as follow*: Th. Bast i. ,.r the
East "._. of the Southeast ', of Sec-
tion IB, Township G3 South, Range
:;n Ivisi, less the s i.....'eel the
K. mi. reel and less the external
area ol a tangential circular rurve
concave to the HW, having n ra-
dius ol 450 fe..i Mini being inngi nl
to (In, s thai are 1"" feet \\ of
and parallel with the R, line nf
ihe said sk ',. and la i i., i v
"f ai.......ralli i with the s. m,,.
of the said SE ',. nil lying and
being in Dad.- County Flnrldr
b. en id. .1 agiilnnt you
copy
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN' that
the undersigned, desiring to iic.ii:.' in
business under the fictitious name ot
BECK CONSTRUCTION CO. (not
inc.) at liimil West Flngler Street. |
.Miami, Fla. Intends to register said '
name with the clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dude County. Florida.
JULES BECK
.Miriam He. kerman
Attorney for applicant
I is:.:, s\v. Jrtl Ave.
Miami, Florida
[________________, :" 3. 3-10-17
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
No. 72-354
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In re: Marriage of
SUSAN LOCI8E sidki.inuer.
wife,
and
CLIFFORD EARL S1DEI.IXOEK.
huabatid,
TO: CLIFFORD EARL BIDBLINOER
SS Blaine street
Northeast, Pttnnaylvanla.
TOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Petition for Dissolution of
Marriage has been filed against you
Am\ y.iu are hereby required to serve
a copy ..f your Answer thereto on Pe-
titioner's Attorney ALVIN S. CAWN,
I"" X Blscayne Blvd.. Suite IIMl, Mi-
ami. Florida, and file the original
Answer in the office of Court, on or
before the 31 day of Mar.-h 1972,
otherwise a Judgment by Default will
be entered against yott.
Dated this IX daj of February, if-72
E. B LBATHBRMAN, Clerk
By C ci IPELAND
(CIRCCIT coCRT SEAL)
ALVIN S. CAWN
Attorney for Petitioner
I.." x. Blscayne Blvd. Suite 1011
Miami. Florida.
2 T, :. ::-lii-IT
DUnty,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
l.usiness under the fl<-titlous name of
ANA BI-'PER MARKET at 12t X.U
2th Street, Miami, Fia. Intends to
register said name with the Clerk .>i
the Cir.ull Court of Dad.
Florida.
VICENTE PEREZ
_____ 2.1'" :i :t -1 n-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
IX RE: THE MARRTAOR OF
ONEJDA MARSEILLES Wife
ami
LEO BAIL MARSEILLES, Husband
To: l.Eo PAUL MARSEILLES
(Residence rnknnwni
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an notion for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA--IN PROBATE
No. 72-674
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Metute of
1.1 BBY ROSEN
1 let -eased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
mi: Claims or Demands Against Maid
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands whieh you may have attains!
Ihe estate of I.IBBY ROSEN de. eased
late of Dade County, Florida, to the
County Judges of Dade County, and
file the same in duplicate an.I 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 burred
D.H.d at Miami. Florida, this
day of February, A.D. 1972.
AARON ROSEN
As Executor
First pul.li. aiion of this notice i
the :: da) of March. Wit.
PAUL THOMSON'
Attorney! for Executor
1314 First National Bunk Building
Miami. Florida 33131
3/3-10-17-24
lEGAl NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OP/EN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
NATIONAL FILTER CORF, at .'.41S
N.E 2nd Ave., Miami. Fla. 331:17 in-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad-
County, Florida.
RODOLFO RI.AIN"
JAMES D.SAXTO
STONE & 808TCHTN
Attorneys for Blain and DeSanto
101 N.W. 12th Avenue
Miami, Florida 33130
a/3-10-17-24
1!
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: Estate of
SAM I "El. QOTTESMAN
11. cased.
To All Creditors and All Persona Rav-
ing Claims or Ix-maiids 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 SAMUEL QOTTESMAN
deceased late of Dade County, Florida.
lo the County Judges of Dade County*,
and file the same in duplicate and as
provided in Section ?:::: |, Florida
Statutes, In their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dude County, Flor-
ida, within -is calendar months from
ih.- time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will be barred,
Dai.-.I al Miami, Flotilla, Ihis 28
day of February. A.D. 1972
ARLENE RAPP
As Executrix
First publication of ihis notice on
Ihe .1 day of March, 1972
JOSEPH SCHMIER
Attorney for Estate
anil I i.icoln Road
.Miami Beach, Flu.
I S-JO-17-24
IN THE COUNT', JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA-IN PROBATE
No. 72-1071
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
LOUIS DRUCKER
I leceased.
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing Claims Or Demands Against Bald
Estate:
You are hereby notified and
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA--IN PROBATE
No. 71-1695 (Blanton)
IX RE: Estate of
LISA MILCH.
I leceased.
NOTICE OF INTENTION
TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR
DISTRIBUTION AND
FINAL DISCHARGE
Notice is hereby given that I have
filed Final Report and Petition for
Distribution and Finn! Discharge, as
Executor of the estate of LISA
MILCH, deceased: and that on the
L'Tth day of March. 1972, will ; 'iply
to the Honorable County Judges of
Dad.- County, Florida, for approval of
said Final Report and for distribu-
tion and final discharge as Executor
of the estate ol* the above-liaui.-d de-
cedent. This 2:ird day of February,
1972.
Elliotl Harris, Executor
Lopes, Hnnnon & Harris
By: Elliott Harris
Attorney
Suite l'iil' : .berls Btr dine
Miami, Pla. SSI SO
:: 1-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring i. engage In
l.usiness under the fictitious name
PROFESSIONAL ART BI'PPI 1E8
number Ti's.". s \v. 133th Street,
the City of Miami, Florida, Intends
register said name with the Clerk
the Clrcuil Court of
Florida.
Dated at Miami. Florida,
day of February, 1972
BARBARA OILI.MAN
MARVIN II BILL.MAX
Attorney for Applicant
389H Blscayne Boulevard
Miami. Fla, 33137
2/2S 3 :'.-l-t?
UCAl NOTKI
Of i
ft
In ,
to
of
Dude County
ihis lsih
re-
of | quired to present any claims and de-
nianils which you may have against
the estate of LOUIS DRUCKER de-
ceased late of Dade County. Florida,
to the County Judges of Dele County,
and file the same in duplicate and as
provided in Section 7SS.16, Florida
Statutes, in (heir offices in ihe Coun-
you are required to serve a copy
your writ ten defenses. |f any, to II
on (lulllermo Bostchln, Esq., attorney
lor Petitioner, whose address is iin
N.W, 13th Avenue, Miami. Fla.. and
rile Ihe original With the clerk r.f the
above styled court nn or before March
II. 1972: otherwise a default will be ,
entered ngnlnst you for the relict de- ,v Courthouse In Dade County, Plor-
iiillon.
Ihe complaint or ji
lice shall he published
four consecutive weeks
ma ml. .1
This
each Week fi
ill THE JEWISH FIORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and ihe seal nf
said court ai Miami. Florida on this
21 da] of February, ir>7'.'.
B. B. LEATHBRMAN,
A) Clerk, Clrcuil Court
i 'ad. County, Florida
By X A. HBWETT
As Denuty Clerk
(i 'ir.-uil Courl Seal i
'; Ji" > mo Bostchln, Bnq,
stone .;- si iSTChIN
hm X.w 12th Avenue
Miami. Florida 33130
Attorney for Petitioner
2/L'.-. 3 ::-ln-17
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 72-946
JOHN R. BLANTON
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
HARRY KNOX,
I .....'.I s,.(i
T
inir
i:
nla. within six calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will be barred.
Dnl.d at Miami, Florida. Ihis ^s day
..f February, A I >. 1972,
s.iinii m. Druokor
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
Ihe 3 day of March. 1972,
FAUNCE, FINK PORMAN
: Attorne) for Executrix
i'.ml' Congrei n Building
Miami. Florida :;
1-10-17-24
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 72-286
JOHN R. BLANTON
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Hi RE: Estate of
QRORGE OWEN BON A WIT
Deceased,
To All i-ieiiiiois ami All I'ersona Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You hi.- hereby notified ami re-
quired in present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate tif (3EOR0E OWEN BON-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THt
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO. 72-3614
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
SA.MCEI. KRAMER.
Husband,
mid
MARY ESTHER KRAMER r I, ,,
MIRIAM ESTHER KRAMER.
Wife.
TOP MARY ESTHER KRAMER
a k a MIRIAM ESTHER KRAMER,
J4.. East lT.s Street, Bronx, New
York, ABE HEREBY NOTIFIED In
nla your written defenses lo ihis
Dissolution of Marriage with Ihe
Courts clerk and serve a rapi upon
Plaintiffs Attorneys, VON ZAVFT k
SMITH. ir.lL' Capital Bank Bldg., Mi- i
ami. Florid;, on or before Ihe 31 day
..r March 1972, ,.|.. ,,. complaint ,
will he taken as confessed
DATED: PER. 18, 1972
!: B l RATHERMAN, CLERK
B1 R M KI88EE
Denuty Clerk
(Circuit Court s,aii
! 2E 8 S-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. rtREENSPAN, husband
ELEANOR fJREENSPAN. wife
PO: ELEANOR GREENSPAN
1270 Ensi 18th St i.....t
Brooklyn. New York 1 l-:|n
TOP ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed agamsl you and
you an required to serve n copy of
your written defenses, if any. to ii
Burns, attorney for
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COUBT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION 72-5140
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
MARY ELLEN JACKSON, Wife
and LACONIB JACKSON. Husband
TO: LACONIB JACKSON, Husband
You. LACONIB JACKSON, are here-
by notified that an action for Dissolu-
tion of Marriage has been filed against
you. and you are required to serve a
copy of your written defenses. If any
to It on the Petitioner's attorney,
David *i. Stone. 101 N.W. 12th Afire..
Miami. Florida 3313.1 (S58-4222) and
file the original with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court on or before Hi. _'l
day of April, 1973: otherwise a de-
fault will he entered against you for
the relief demanded ill the complaint
or petition.
This notice shall he published once
cadi week for four consecutive -.neks
in THB JEWISH FI ORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal ol
said courl at Miami, Florida, this 10
day Of March AD. 1978.
E B LEATHBRMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
By: R. M K'ISSEE
Deputy Clerk
K 'ir.-uil Courl Seal)
I'avui E Btone
Attorney for Petitioner
S/I7-24-S1 4 7
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,
I leceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified ami re-
quired t.. present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of EDWARD A. COHEN,
deceased late of bade County. Flor-
ida, lo the Count) Judges of Dude
County, and file Ihe same in duplicate
and as provided in Section "::::. 10.
Florida Statutes, in their offices in
ihe County Courthouse In Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within six calendar
mouths from the time of the first
publication hereof, or ihe sain, will
be barred.
Billed al Miami, Florida, this K.lh
day .a I'el.iu.HA a.D. 1972.
HARRIET COHEN, Co-Exe. imix
PAULA LEEDS, Co-Bxecutrix
As Bxei uiii.es
l'irsi piiiiiicaiion of ihis notice on
the 25 KURT WELIJSCH. Attorney nl Law
Attorney for Estate of EDWARD
A. COHEN, DEI'
187 Almerla Avenue
Coral Babies, Fla 83134
'J:T. 3 '3-HI-17
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO. 72-3562
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: THE MARRIAOE OF
ALBERT P. SULUVAN,
Husband,
and
NELLIE LEE SULUVAN,
WIFE.
>"OU NELLIE LEE SULUVAN
a/k/a NELLIE W. GERARD. 2111
South Dixie Road. Dalion, Georgia,
ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED lo file
your written defense to this Dissolu-
tion of Marriage with th.- Court's
clerk and serve a copy upon plain-
tiffs Attorneys, VON JCA.MFT <4
SMITH. 151 Capital Bank Bldg., Mi-
ami. Mori,la on or before the ::i day
of March. 1972, else the Petition will
be taken us confessed
DATED: PER 17 1972
i: B LEATHBRMAN, CLERK
BY: C. p. Ci.PELAXD
Denuty ci.rk
K Ircull Courl Seal)
" "- 3 3-10-17
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SER-VICE
(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 MARR'AGE
THE MARRIAOE OF
P.U'LBTTE FAKIC, Wife
and
DZAFBH FAKIC, Husband,
this Mli
ii,I
eeks
you
........jiiire.i lo serve a ropv of vour
written defenses, if any, to it on
RAUL ,i VA1 bi:s-kaci i. attorney
'"' Plaintiff whose address
Coral Way, .Miami. Florida 88145, and
rile the original with the clerk ,.r n.
above styled conn on or before Mar
31. lf.7": otherwise ., .1. faun ..vi|, p..
entered agaJnst you for the relief
demanded In the cnmnlalni
Tliis notice shall be published ,.......
each week for four consecutive
In THE JEWISH PI oRllu w
WITNESS my hand and n.....l
ol said courl al .Miami. Florida on
Ulll IS ,| ,-. of p,.|,.. If,;;.
E B I BA THERM AN.
As Clerk, Circuit Courl
Dade County, Florida
By l. s DePIBTRO
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Couri Seal I
itaul J. \'al,les-F.iuli. Esq.
Attorney for Plaintiff
1414 Coral Way
Miami. Florida 33148
'ivi. idi,.in : *.-i;-M74
2 ".-. X 'n -1 fi -1T
iv Courthouse in bade Countv Flor-
ida, within six calendar months rr,.m
Ihe nine of the first publication here-
of, or the same will be barred
Dni.d at Miami. Florida,
day "i February, A D 1972
SHIRLEY KNOX
A.- Executrix
Plrsl publication ..f this noBce ,.
the :'., day of Fehruarv 1973
KURT VVELI.ISCH
Attorney for Estate of
MARRY KNOX, Dee.
107 Mm. rii. Avenue
' 'oral i tables, Florida
I !S I 8-10-17
Eunice v.,,, Wvk
As Executrix
Plrst publication of ihis
the 2.1 da) nf February I97s
MARX M. PABER '
Attot nev for Executrix
I'"". Ahisley Building
Miami, F|..ii,l., 83132
3-10-17
Hi
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
eundersigned, desiring to engage In
w.JSS..U1d.r ''" fictitious name of
MODERN REALTY CO (Not l......r-
pornted) al B82B Collins Avenue, Mi-
ami Beach, Florida, en 11. [ Minder
Intend lo register a: i,l name with Ih
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, dealing to ena
business under the fictitious name .!
Foremost Palm Patln Bar and Pack-
"w"Tiad^?pfflLJfWF,oi?......m
E B. I BATHERMAN,
As Clei k, Circuit Court
1 col. County, Florida
By l. RNERDEN
As I leput) Clerl
(l in ini Coun Si
'-':,L,,nc?;,,,:!ir,:XS ,:S'"-";l:
Miami Bench, Pla
Attorne) for Petitioner
1 3-10-17
C,"0T,CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
'TICK IS HEREBY OIVEN
c,,iiii of Dad.
Clerk of the circuit
County, Florida.
MARTIN' FBINMAN
B, I BINDER
SAMUEL TI'MARKIX
IRVIN't; I.EHRMAN
BORIS NATHAN
HERBERT WALLACH
MARK' SILVBRSTEIN
II'" Lincoln Road
i .Miami Beach, Florida
Tele IS38-0T71
I I7-l'I-::i 1 7
before April 3rd, 1972; otheru
,;;!""!' ; .....red ac.:,/,",1 \;
wait!. orVodRi.:!;""""1"'In '" '-"-
...T,,1,isl> "","V "J1"" '' PubRxhed once
za ,ia.\ of |.ebruai y, ]<~
E. B LBATHBRMAN
As Clerk, Clr. ult Court
Dad.- County, Florida
By x .\ ii i:\\ btt
a Deput) Clerk
.....in I c.urt Heal I
Marshall B Plain p
Attorney for Wife
-' Dixie Highway
.-iii i :.....
Miami, Florida 33156
: 1-10-17-24
r,TNOT|CE UNDER
.., FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
M1 It R is HEREBY GIVEN that
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE ra HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
HKlnS5! UI"1''1' "'<' ficiuioiis in,,,,.....
SINKER'S BIDS MOLDINGS at 4"
s i: 8th Street, .Miami. Fla Intends
lo register said name with the Clerk
of the t inuit Court of Dade Countv
l- lorida,
MAXI'EI. BINKER
3 3-10-17 i
'e u,ier.s,K.,i. desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
' R HARNESS
SI 'ON1110 COMPANY
......i \n___i ,.
SII'PI.Y A


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LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA--IN PROBATE
No. 72-828
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
BDNA WEIS2S
DlCNNd,
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
.ng Claims ur Demand! Against said
Estate:
You are Hereby notifies? and' ,re- ;
quired lo present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of BDNA WEISZ deceased
late i r Dada County, Florida, to the
County Judges of Dade County, and
file the name in duplicate and as
provided in Section 713.16, Florida
Statutes, in their office.- In the Coun-
ty Courthouse In Dada county. Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the same win be barred,
l>ai..I at .Miami, Florida, this 1st
day of March, AD. 1972.
WENDELL J. WEISZ
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
the in day ,.f March. 1972.
Bernard M. Kommel, Esq.
Kommel. Rogers, l.oi ber ft
Shenkman
Attorney for Executor
d J. Schaeuer, presiaen; 42n Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla.
the E. J. Schaeffer and Asso-
ates advertising agency, re-
ntly received an award from
hn H. Crichton, president of
e Southeast Council of the
merican Association Adver
ir.g Agencies. The certificate
ulus presented to Mr. Schaeffer
recognition of his service to
tie orqanization as chairman quired to preseni any claims and de-
3 ., mauds which you may have against
the Southeast Council for
7-72.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA--IN PROBATE
No. 72-119*
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
JOHN 8ERBIN a/k/a N. Jon.i
Serliin. a/k/a Nathan J. buioin,
I let eased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Said
Batata:
You are hereby notified and re-
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 BBRNADINB STUMPF
1 wjceased.
To ah Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Bstate:
Yoa arc hereby'-notified and re-
quired lo preseni any claims and de-
mauds which you may have against
tin- estate of Mary Bernadlne Btumpf
deceased late of Dade County. Flor-
ida, to the County Judges of Dane
County, ami file the same iii duplicate
and as provided iii Section 783.1U,
Florida Statutes, In their offices in
ihe County Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within six calendar
months from the lime of the first
publication hereof, or the same will
be I,aired.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 2 day
Of -March. AD. 1978. '
Virginia Qadxlnskl
As ICXeeutriX
First publication of this notice on the
I" day of March. 1871.
David M. tlonshali. Bsq,
Attorney for Executrix
I4H N.W. 7th Street
.Miami, Florida SSI 16
3, in-17-24-31
IEGAL NOTKE
LEGAL NOTKE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undcrsiR.....I, desiring lo engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Substitute Car Plan at 19300 N.W. 2nd
Avenue, Miami. Florida 83169 Intends
io register said name with the clerk
of ihe Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
DAVE /.inn TOYOTA, INC.
I '..I id M Zinn. PreVMul-'>
TALIA.N. IFF \- BADER
Attorneys for DaveZlnn Toyota, rnc
120 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida SS1SS
:t 17-24-::! 4.7
hite Elephant Sale Set
The Bal-Bay-Surf Woman's
rps of the Papanicoleau Cancer
search Institute \ii 1 hold its an-
al White Elephant Sale anc
inthly meeting Tuesday noon in
Up Barcelona Hotel. All proceed-
11 g > for cancer researcn, accord'
j to publicity chairman Jean
ister. _________^^^^
LEGAL NOTKE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N'OTICB IS HEREBY QIVBN that
undersigned, desiring to engage In
t-imss under the fictitious name ol
tEJiLE CI.F.F at Miami Beach,
irida intends to register said name
fBRJi "he Clerk of the Circuit Court
lade Court, Florida.
.MIAMI BEACH SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA, INC.
Florida corporation, not for profit
RTON D. ZEMBL
orney for applicant
fe WE. lesrd St.
th Miami Ueach. Fla.
3 17-24-31 4/7
the estaie of JOHN SERBIN a/k/a
N. John Serbia, a/k/a Nathan .1.
Berbln, deceased late of Dade Coun-
ty. Florida, to the County Judges Ol
Dade County, and file the same In
duplicate ami as provided in Section |
7:i:i.n; Florida Statutes, In their 01-
ficcs in the County Courthouse nil
Dade County, Florida, within six cal-
endar months from the time of the
first publication hereof, of thv. same
will be barred.
Da I eil at Miami, Florida, this li day
of .March. AD. 1972.
flBOROIAN SBRB1N
LEWIS 1 Si-.iiltIN
As Executor*
First publication of this notice on
the 10 day of Marcn, 1972.
Myers, Kaplan, Porter, l-eviiisoti &
Kenln
Attorneys for Executors
1160 S \V. First Street
Miami, Florida
3 10-17-24-11
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA--IN PROBATE
No. 72-1140 Primm
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Bstate of
REUBEN M. ZUCKBR
1 leceased
To All Creditors and All i'ersons Hnv-
lllg Claims or Demands Against Said
Bstate:
You arc hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of REUBBN H. SUCKER
deceased late of Dade County, Florida,
lo ihe County Judges of Dade County.
anil file the same in duplicate and as
provided in Section 733.16, Florida
Statutes. In their offices in the Cuii-
ly Courthouse ill Hade County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar months front
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida. Ibis 2 da)
of March. A D. 1972.
.NAOMI S ZUCKBR
As Kxecutrix
First publication of this notice on
the in day of March. 1972.
FROMBBRQ, FROM HERO &
ROTH. P V
BY: LYNN \V. FROMBBRQ
Attorney for Kxecutrix
M-102 Biscnvne liuildii r
19 Weal Flagler street
Miami, Florida 13130
3/10-17-24-31
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engagi
In business under the fictitious name
of JOB QELP1 ASSOCIATES at Mi-
ami. Florida Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
JOSEPH OE1 I'l
8/17-24-31 t 7
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of TOPS-O VINYL ai 2024 S.W. 57
Avenue, Miami, Florida intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit CoUri of Dade County.
Florida.
KDMCND BURKE. .III.
CLIFFORD YBAZEL
DAVID FERGUSON
HERBERT 7. MARVIN
Attorney for TOPS-O VINYL
777 N.W. 72nd Avenue
Miami. Florida
3/17-24-31 4 V
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY IHVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of s A 8 ELECTRONICS at BWKI S.W.
87th Street, Miami. Florida Intend lo
glster said name wlih the Clerk of
Court of Dad.
'linl> ,
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
N AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA--IN PROBATE
No. 72-891
FRANK B. DOWLING
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IRE: Estate of
NNIE C. DUNCAN
icceased.
All Creditors and All I'ersons llav-
Cblims or Demands Against Said
ate:
ou are hereby notified and re- i
red to present any claims and de-
nds which you may have against
.slate of CONNIE C. DUNCAN
as.d late of Cade County. Flor-
. to the County Judges of Dade
Hunty, and file the same in dupli-
and as provided in Section 733.-
Florida Statutes, In their offices in
County Courthouse in Dade Coun-
Florida, within six calendar
nths from the time of the first pub-
tion hereof, or the same will be
red.
fated at Miami, Florida, this 2nd
of March, A.D. 1972.
LOWNEY H. ESOUERRA
As Administratrix
rst publication of this notice on |
17 day Of March. 1972.
DAVID M. (IOXSHAK
Attorney for Instate
1497 N.W. 7th Street
Miami. Florida 3312B
:i '17-24-31 1 '

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 RE: The Marriage of
JOHN ALTON POWELL,
Husband,
DONNA ABRAMS POWELL,
Wife,
TO: JOHN ALTON POWEI.U
P.I 1. Box ,V.i7
Naples, New York 14.-.72
You. JOHN ALTON POWBLL, are
1 hereby notified that a Petition for
' Dissolution of Marriage has been filed
1 against you, and you are required to
' serve a copy of your Answer or
i Pleading to the Petition on the Plain-
tiffs attorney, kwit.ney Kitoop,
I 42 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Ftor-
1 ida 33U9 and file thn original Answer
, ,,r Pleading in the offi......f (he dark
! of the Circuit Court on or before the
12 day of April. 1972. If you fail to
do so. Judgment by default will lie
taken against you for the relief de-
manded in the Hill of Complaint.
This notice Shall be published one-
each Week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH Fl.oltlDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 8 day of March A.D.
1972,
E. It. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court. Dad.- County, Florida
By: L BNBEDEN
Denuly Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
KWITNEY & Kllo.il>
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
Attorneys for Plaintiff
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
KOTICB IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t>> engage in
business under the fictitious name of
STANLEY SHOES at 319 North Mi-
ami. Florida intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
JAIME (l(iIJ)llEltll
STONB A SOBTCHIN
Attorneys for Jaime Goldberg
101 N.W. 12th Avenue
Mland, Florida 33130
3/10-17-24-31
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA.-IN PROBATE
No. 71-300
NOTICR OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
In RE: Bstate of
SAVERIO A SPAZIANTE
Deceased.
NOTICE is hereby given that I
have filed my Final Report and peti-
tion for Distribution and Final Dis-
charge as Executrix of the estate of
-'Averio A. 8PAZIANTB, deceased:
and that on the 3rd day of April. 1972,
win apply to the Honorable County
Judges of Dade County, Florida, for
approval of said Final Report and for
distribution and final discharge as
r-xecutrlx of the estate of the above-
named decedent. This 2nd da] of
March, 1972.
Marie C. Ramuudo
H-7NRY NORTON
'Homey
0 I'.iscaync Building
lami, Florida 33130
3/10-17-24-31
33131
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:
JOSEPH RAMIREZ,
Husband,
ami
CUBA RUTH RAMIREZ,
Wife.
TO: JOSEPH RAMIREZ
Apsrtado H.-.9
San Jose, Costa Kicn
You. JOSEPH RAMIREZ. arc
hereby notified that a Mill of Com-
i plaint for Dissolution of Marriage
I has been filed against you, and you
are required to serve a ropy of your
Answer or Pleading to the Dill of
Complaint on the Plaintiffs attor-
ney, John Kirk McDonald, 2740 Ponce,
de Leon, Blvd., Coral Sables, Flor- ,
ida and file the original Answer or
Pleading In the office of the Clerk
Of the Circuit Court on or before the
L'l day of April. 1972. If you fall to |
do so, judgment by default will be
taken agalnsl you for the relief de-
manded in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks ]
in THE JEWISH Fl ORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 8 day of March A.D.
1972.
K It. LEATHERMAN. Clerk,
Circuit COUrt, Dade County, Florida
By: I.. S. DcPHJTRO
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Courl Seal)
John Kirk McDonald
2740 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
Coral Cables. Fla (3134
Attorney for Plaintiff
8/10-17-24-31
NOTICE OF ACTIOe.
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICfc
(NO PROPER! V)
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.
RUTH KEMP. Wife.
TO: Ruth Kemp
P.O. Box 549
I-afayette, California
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution ol Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy ot
your written defenses, if any, to it
on Jack L. Herskowitz. attorney for
Petitioner, whose address is 420 Lin-
coln Road. Suite IS03. Miami Beach.
Florida 33139. and file the original
with Ihe clerk rf the anew styled
court on or before April 12. 1972:
otherwise a default will be entered
nfralnst you for the 'relief demanded in
the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami, Florida on
Ibis S day of March. 1972.
B. B. I EATHBRMAN.
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade Cnuntr. Florida
By I* BNBEDEN
As Denuty Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
Jack L. Herskowitz, Esq.
Herskowitz and Omsamnn. PA.
4f>0 Lincoln Rd.. Suite f,fi3
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
Attorney for Petitioner
3/10-17-54-31
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO. 724899
NOTICE OF SUIT
FOR PETITION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: MARRIACKOF
l-AMHBKT STBPANICK,
Husband
and
LYNN STBPANICK,
Wife
TO: LYNN STBPANICK
C/O D. BROWN
I 191X OAKDAIJS ROAD
. TOMS RIVER, NEW JERSEY
YOU. LYNN STBPANICK. arc
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 Plead-
ing' to said Petition for Dis.-iolution of
Marriacc on the Husband's attorney,
Ronald L Davis. Esq. P.A.-417 Bls-
caync Itullding-19 W. Flagler Street,
Miami. Florida SSISA-Phnne: 379-2851,
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing in the office of the Clerk of Ihe
Circuit Court 00 or before the 21 day
of April. 1972. If you fail to do so,
Jiulirniein by defauM will he taken
against you for the relief demanded
in ihe Petition for Dissolution of
Marriage.
THIS NOTICE shall he published
rt}\rv each week for four (tl consecu-
tive weeks in the JEWISH FI.ORID-
IAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this S day of March. 1972.
E It LEATHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By: It. M. kisske
Denuty Clerk
(Circuit Court Beal)
8/10-17-24-31
the Clrcuil
Florida.
SIDNEY S W< ILFBI.D
SYLVIA It, WOLFELD
HERBERTZ MARVIN
Attorney for S ,v s ELECTRONICS
777 S.W. 72 Avenue, Miami, "lorida
J 17-24-31 4 7 _
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA--IN PROBATE
No. 72-1186
FRANK B. DOWLING
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Estate 'if
ANNA MANDBL
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons l lav
iny Claims or Demands Against Said
Bell.....
You are hereby notified and re-
quired io present any claims and de-
mands which vou may have agalnsl
the estate of anna MANDBL de-
ceased late of Dade County. Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same in duplicate anil as
provided in Section 733.1S, Florida
Statutes, in their offices In lb. Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar montilS from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the same M ill be barred.
Dated al Miami, Florida, this '
day of March. A.D. 1972.
DORA CIERSH KRINSKY
As Executrix
First publiicaiion of I his notice Ml
Ihe IT day of March, 1972
; GROVER WEIN8TEIN *
I STAUBBR, PA
i Attorneys for Bstate of
Anna Mandel, deed
ttO Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
8 17-24-31 1 7
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA.-IN PROBATE
No. 72-1070
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estaie of
LILLIAN AONB8 CALL.MIAN
1 ,, eased.
To All Creditors and All persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You arc hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and >!.
mands winch you may have against
the estate of LILLIAN ACNES CAL-
I.AHA.N deceased late ol Dade Coun-
ty. Florida, Io the County Judges Ol
Dade County, and file the same in
duplicate and as provided in Section
733.14, Florida Statutes, in their office
in ihe County Courthouse In Dade
County, Florida, within six caleu.lai
months from the lime of Ihe first
publication hereof, or the same will
be barred.
Dated al Miami. Florida. Ihis
.lav of March. A.D 1972.
AQNBS LEWIS
DOROTHY TEMME
CATHERINE LINEMAN
As Executrixes
First publication of this lloliCI
Ihe Hub day of .March. 1972.
1 lerman Cohen
Attorney for Executrixes
1310-11 Congress Bldg., Miami. Fin.
3/10-17-24-81
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N11TICE is HEREBY OIVEN n !
the undersigned, desiring to engagi in
business under the fictitious name
ALAN ROBERTS A COMPANY itt
number M"l Blscaync Boulevard, ",
:h. City of Miami. Florida, intends to
register said name with the Clerit
the Circuit Court of Dade Coun'j,
I- lollll.i
Dated ;ii .Miami. Florida this
da) 01 .March. 1972.
MIAMI NATIONAL BANK
GREENIIERO, TRAURIO,
HOFFMAN, LIPOFF ft
Ul'BNTEL, P....
Al torneys lor Applicant
By: Susan I- Dresniok
:: 10-17-24
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 ol
ALFREDO Cl RI,
Husband
and
OFEMA E nill,
Wife
TO: OFBLIA E. CCRI
121,1 Blandeau Street
KeOKUK, Iowa
You arc hereby notified that .1 P .-
T1TION FOR DISSOLUTION OF
MARRIAOE has been filed against
you, and you are required T ser\ .
copy of your Answer or Pleading to
ihe Petition on the plaintiffs Alloc
my. SIDNEY BFRONSON, i;l:' A
ley Bldg., II N.K 1st Ave., Miami.
Florida 33132 and file the original
Answer or Pleading in the office "t
th.- Clerk 'i Ihe Clrcuil Courl on or
before the II dnj ol April. 197: if
you fail to do so, judgment hj
fault "ill be taken agalnsl you I r
ihe relief demanded in Ihe Kill if
Comolaim.
This notice shall he published once
each week lor four consecutive weeks
in Till: JEW ISH ll.i'RIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami.
Florida. Ibis ; day of March. \
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Clrcuil Court, Dade County, Fl.....
B) : 1: .M KISSEE
Deputy Clerk
11 'ii.uii Courl Senll
SI I in i:v EFRl iNSi IN
1112 Ainslev Bldg.
Miami, Florida 33132
377-96X3 Attorney for Plaintiff
:: 10-17-24 '
Sill
on
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA--IN PROBATE
NO. 72-790
JudQe John R. Blanton
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In HE: Estate of ISIDORE QBLBFISH
a/k/a ISIDOR CELBFISH
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 ISIDORE QBLBFISH,
a/k/a ISIDOR CELBFISH. deceased
late of Dade County. Florida, to the
County Judgei of Dade County, and
file the same in duplicate and as nro-
vided in Section 7.13.11. Florida Stat:
utes. In their offices in Ihe County
Courthouse in Dade County. Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time 0/ Ihe nrst publication hereof,
or the same will he barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, Ihis llih
day of February, A.D. 1972.
S/Murrav Walker
MURRAY WALKER
As Administrator
Firsi publication of this notice on
ihe 10 day of March. 1972
Harry Kukcrnlck
Attorney for Administrator
421 IJncoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida "3139
3A0-17-24-31
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, :: AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-4438
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: Tin: MARRIAOE < IF
JAMES DAVID STEWART,
Husband
and
A I MA I." MISE STEWART,
Wife
TO: ALMA LOUISE STEWART
. 1 Beechbank Load
Columbus. < thin 43213
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
rlage has 1.....11 filed against you and
you are required to Berve a copy '
your written defenses, if any. to i'
on SOL ALEXANDER, ESQ., attor-
ncv for Peiiiio'ner. whose addret-s isi
19 West Flagler Street, Suite 317,
Miami. Florida 38180, and file the
original with the clerk of the above
styled court on or before April 11.
1972: otherwise a default will be en-
tered against you for the relief de.
maided in Ihe complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published one*
each w.el, for tour consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FI.11RIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal ol
said court at Miami. Florida ..11 this
1 da) of March. 1972,
1: 1'. LEATHERMAN,
As 1 l.rk. Circuit Court
I lade County, Florida I
By: It. M KISSEE
As Deput] Clerk
(Circuit Court Beal)
:: 3-10-17- '
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
NO. 71-20762 (Parker) I
PETITION FOR ADOPTION
in RE: PETITION OF
JOHN FRAI BY and I
BEVERLY FRAI.EY, his wife.
Petitioners. 1
TO: SAMMY HAROLD OBOROB
BCHREIBR
Residence I "iiknow 11
Y11U ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action of Petition for Adop-
tion has been filed against you and
you arc required lo serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to it
on Herskowitz and Orossman, PA.,
attorney for Petitioners, whose ..'I-
dress Is 420 Lincoln Road. Suite B03,
Miami Beach, Florida 33189. and file
the original with the clerk of tho
above styled courl on or before April
I. 1972: otherwise a default will he
entered! against you for the relief
demanded in the complaint or peti-
tion.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami, Florida, on
this 39th day of February, 1972.
E ft. LEATHERMAN.
As Clerk. Circuit Courl
Dade County, Florida
By: L. SNEBDBN '
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal) *
Mlohael 8. Grossman
Herskowitz and Grossman. P.A.
Attorney for Petitioners
3/::-lf-17-24
NOTICE UNDER
PICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersis-ned. desirinc to cn^-acre in
business under Ihe fictitious name ..f
BLACKBIRD STABLES at 11347 S.
Dixie Highway, Miami. Fl. intend to
reglst) r said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade Countv,
Florida.
HARRY L. MOSKOWITZ
ARNOLD LANDSMAN
Eugene Lemltcn
Attorney for Blackbird Stables
2720 W. Flagler St .Miami, Fl 1
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