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The Jewish Floridian
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Miami, Fla

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

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"Oeivish FloFidian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY end THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 45 Number 12
Miami. Florida Friday, March 24. 1972
Three Section* Price 20c
Hussein Plan Denounced In Rep. Ford Proposes u.s.
Egypt's National Assembly **** braeli CaPital
C7*' M. J BEACHWOOD, Ohio (JTA) the location of Israel's capit
JERUSALEM (JTA) King
Hussein of Jordan was de-
nounced this week by the Egyp-
tian National Assembly for his
proposal to create a "United
Arab Kingdom'" linking the east
and west banks of the Jordan
River.
The plan, which the king an-
nounced from Amman last week,
has apparently divided West
Bank residents, some of whom
are condemning it while others
say it should not be rejected
without a fair hearing.
The Egyptian Parliament made
no bones about its objections to
the plan. After hearing a speech
by Foreign Minister Mm a 1 Gha-
leb, who accused Hussein of
chasing illusions instead of
fighting against the occupation,"
the Assembly adopted a resolu-
tion condemning the Hashenite
ruler for abetting "colonialsm
and imperialism.''
The same charges were voiced
at a demonstration by some 300
school children in Nablus who
called Hussein a "collaborator
with imperialism and Zionism."
The children, obviously echoing
their elders, stayed out of their
morning classes in large num-
bers to protest the federation
plan. Those who did attend
classes heard lectures on "the
dangerous dimensions of the
Hussein plan."
But the traditional West Bank
leadership has called for a rea-
sonable approach to the plan. It
has mounted pressure to con-
vene an area conference to dis-
cuss it and possibly to send a
delegation to Amman.
Articles in the East Jerusalem
Arabic newspaper, "Al Kuds,"
called on the public to consider
the Hussein plan and warned
against the traditional habit of
rejecting outright any proposed
political settlement.
As far as Israel is concerned,
the plan does not represent the
offer of a viable political settle-
ment. Premier Golda Meir's of-
fice categorically denied a re-
port in the current issue of Time
magazine that Mrs. Meir met
privately with Hussein in ad-
vance of his announcement of
his federation plan.
A statement issued by the
prime minister's office said that
Mrs. Meir had not met Hussein
and reports that Israel had prior
knowledge of Hussein's propos-
als are false.
INSTITUTE FOR JEWISH LIFE
Prof. Jick Named 1st Director
BEACHWOOD, Ohio (JTA)
House Minority Leader Ger-
ald R. Ford (R-Mich.) has pro-
posed that the United' States
recognize Jerusalem as the "his-
toric and lawful capital of Is-
rael" by moving its embassy
there from Tel Aviv.
Rep. Ford, the first nationally
prominant Republican to advo-
cate such a move, said he hoped
President Nixon would go to
Jerusalem by 1973, Israel's 25th
anniversary, "to dedicate a new
United States embassy in that
city."
Addressing a meeting of the
Zionist Organization of Amer-
ica's Cleveland Region, the Mich-
igan Congressman stated that
he planned to take up his pro-
posal with Secretary of State
William P. Rogers.
Rep. Ford called it "anchron-
istic" and "an impediment to a
regional peace settlement" for
the U.S. to preserve the "fic-
tion" that Jerusalem is not Is-
rael's capital city. "To continue
with the present arrangement
might tend to indicate that there
is something temporary about
the location of Israel's capital,"
he said. 'This situation does not
encourge the Arabs to translate
the present cease-fire arrange-
ments into a permanent and
lasting peace."
At the ZOA meeting. Mr.
Ford received the Cleveland Re-
gion's Rabbi Abba Ilillei Silver
Award a glass etching of the
late American Zionist leader
in recognition of Ford's "friend-
ship and concern for the wel-
fare and security of the State
of Israel." The presentation was
made by Conrad J. Morgenstern,
a Cleveland attorney who is
president of the ZOA region.
Moving the American embassy
to Jerusalem, Rep. Ford said,
would demonstrate "that our
friendship has reached the phase
in which we accept Israel's right
to designate her capital."
"President Nixon set an exam-
ple by reviewing diplomatic con-
tacts and relations with the Chi-
nese government in Peking." he
said. "We can do no less with a
nation with whom we have en-
enjoyed a close friendship in this
last quarter century."
NEW YORK (JTA) Prof.
Leon A. Jick of Brandeis Uni-
versity has been named the first
director of the Institute for
Jewish Life which was estab-
lished by the Council of Jewish
Federation and Welfare Funds
at its General Assembly in Pitts-
burgh last flovember.
Dr. Jick's appointment was
announced by living Blum of
Baltimore, chairman of the three
committees charged with orga-
nizing the Institute, at the CJF's
board of directors meeting which
ended here Monday.
The Institute, which was cre-
ated to seek and develop pro-
grams that will strengthen
and enhance the quality of Jew-
ish life," will be a division of the
CJF.
Dr. Jick, who is on leave from
his duties at Brandeis, is a grad-
uate of Washington University
and holds degrees from Hebrew
Union College with graduate
and doctoral studies at Harvard
and ColumbJ^ Universities.
Prof. JicHs currently direc-
tor of the flKvn Graduate Cen-
ter for Contemporary Jewish
Studies at Brandeis and associ-
ate professor there of Near East-
ern and Judaic Studies. He is a
founder and first president of
the Association ol Jewish Stud-
ies, a national body of univer-
sity members in fields of Judaica.
The Institute for Jewish Life
will open national headquarters
in Boston May IS. Prof. Jick
will work with a national board
of distinguished men and women
including rabbis of the Ortho-
dox, Conservative and Reform
brandies of Judaism.
The establishnrt of the In-
stitute developed from the work
of a task force assigned at the
CJF's 38th General Assembly
in Boston in 1969. Its creation
was described by the CJF as an
initial step in answering the
gep concern over the effect ive-
and relevance oP various
pents in Jewish life.
ijed with developing in-
fe pro.ii els to strengthen
the qualitj^of Jewish life and
given approval of a $2.25 million
"risk capital fund" to carry out
this charge, the Institute will
focus on the total fabric of
Jewish life.
Among the areas of concern
for which projects will be initi-
ated are the erosion of family
life, and Jewish education, in-
cluding the relation of Jewish
teaching and values to current
issues and problems such as war
and peace, poverty, sex, drug
abuse, nationalist! and inter-
nationalism.
Given an initial three-year life-
span with follow-up review, the
Institute for Jewish Life will be
financed by the more than 230
local Federations and Welfare
Funds of the CJF.
Kiifst^iii'f Gravity Theory
Confirmed By*Experiments
TEL AVIV (JTA) Tel Aviv
University and the Weizmann
Institute of Science in Reho-
voth have agreed to share crrdit
for a series of scientific experi-
ments which reportedly confirm
Einstein's theory that gravity
acts in waves.
The agreement followed a con-
ciliatory meeting between the
heads of the two institutions.
The Weizmann Institute objected
to Tel Aviv University taking
sole credit for the discovery.
The experiments were success-
fully conducted by Prof. Dror
Sadeh of Tel Aviv University's
department of physics and as-
tronomy. Prof. Sadeh used the
Weizmann Institute's geophys-
ics observatory near Eilat,
headed' by Prof. Ari Ben Mcna-
hem. Tel Aviv University an-
nounced the results last week
crediting Prof. Sadeh. However,
both institutions have acknowl-
edged that Prof. Sadeh and Prof.
Ben Menahem were partners in
the discovery.
Albert Einstein speculated in
I'M 7 that gravity acts in waxes.
The conjecture was part of his
general theory of relativity. But
It could not be confirmed experi-
mentally because the waves are
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Elderly To Receive Kosher Food
NEW YORK (WNS) The Office for the Aging
of New York City announced that when President
Nixon signs the Bratemas-Pepper-Kennedy bill,
which has been approved by Congress, the Feaeral
government for the first time will be providing
funds for kosher food for the Jewish elderly.
Anti-Defamation League Sues
NEW YORK (WNS)The Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith has announced it will bring
suit In State Supreme Court to prevent the so-
called "Arab Anti-Defamation League" (AADL)
from using the phrase "Anti-Defamation League" as
part of its name. The suit charged that "the Arab
group seeks to exploit the name of ADL by using
the phrase 'Anti-Defamation League' which is a
key and distinctive part of its name. If the Arab
organization is permitted to use its present namj
the good name of ADL will be diluted and
destroyed.
Charges Against JDLer Dropped
LOS ANGELES (WNSThe District Attor-
ney's office has dropped charges of assault with in-
tent to commit murder against Irving S. Rubin,
28-year-old leader of the Jewish Defense League
here. Rubin had been accused of firing two shots
at Joe Tommasi, leader of the suburban El Monte
office of the National Socialist White People's Party
last Feb. 1 following an anti-Nazi demonstration.
Distributor Renamed Doll
PARIS (JTA) West German manufacturers
of a doll that was sold in France under the name
of "The Jew," had been selling this doll for several
years in Germany under the name "Voodoo Joe,"
informed sources said here. The manufacturers,
Heinze and1 Co. did not name the doll 'The Jew."
This name was given to the doll by the director of
the French distribution company, Verrier-Patrick of
Villeurbanne in the Rhone region. He told the JTA
that he changed the name of the doll because he
believed it would have a higher commercial value.
ORT Receives $2,850,000 from JDC
NEW YORK (WNS) The Joint Distribution
Committee will provide ORT, (the Organization for
Rehabilitation through Training) with $2.85 mil-
lion for its 1972 vocational training programs in
Europe, North Africa. Iran, India and Israel. This
is an increase of 8250,000 over 1971.
Import Ban Nearing End
TOKYO (JTA) The government has announced
plans to end its ban on imports of Israeli grape-
fruits and oranges, it was announced here several
days ago. The Agriculture-Forestry Ministry will
hold a public hearing in mid-April on ending the
ban. The ban had been placed on the import of
Israeli citrus fruits because of fears that it could
lead to the introduction here of a plant disease
peculiar to Israel. However, Ministry officials who
conducted on-the-spot inspection in Israel late last
year, found the disease had been eradicated.


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Friday. March 24. 1972
Ben Giller To Be Shalom
Award Recipient April 10
i Giller v.i'l receive the Sla1 ha* been elected a director
Israel Shalom Award at Ui il hapter of the Arneri-
- a< mm To rs-Israel Dinner, Pn-
\i-t-'. h nth nmal ac-
t:\ui. Inc u e b Ins named a
tEuati Cedan ><' Lebanon Hos-
and membership i:i the Mi-
ami Beach Elks Lodg< and the
Hibiscus Lodge.
Mr. GIHer i< president of the
Miami Beach Executive's Club,
and a past mi-mher of the hoar.l
of governors of ihe Miami B-.acI-
Chamber of Commerce. He is a f
past president of the Btscayne;
Point Owners Association, one of
the founders and a member of th
advisory boar:' of Jefferson Na
tional Bank, and senior vice pres-
ident of Washington Fed.-ra! Sav-
in,- & Loan Association of Miami
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Dr. Judah Nadich. rabbi of the
Fark Avenue Synagogue. New
York, has been elected presi-
dent of the 1,000-meruber r-.sso-
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- iti to I.. n in Si acoast Towers East
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Mr. Giller who will be .
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Friday. March 24, 1972
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Rabbi Schiff Will Conduct
Special Passover Services
SSXlZr 'u-s-Wil1 Continue To Aid
Soviet Jews'-Mrs. Hauser
Rabbi Solomon Schiff, director
of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration's Community Chaplaincy
Service, will conduct special serv-
ices commemorating Passover at
various institutions in the com-
munity.
Assisting Kabbi Schiff in con-
ducting the services will be Rabbi
Avrom Drazin, spiritual leader of
the Israelite Center.
Abbreviated Seder services with
appropriate Seder symbols will be
Dedication Concert
Program Outlined
By Arthur Fiedler
Program for the Dedication
Concert of the Greater Miami He- j
brow Academy, scheduled Thurs-1
day, April 13, in i he Miami Beach j
Auditorium, was announced this
week by Arthur Keidlcr, who will
conduct the Miami Philharmonic
Orchestra for the benefit event.
Guest soloist for the program!
will be Ssrgiu Luca, Israeli violin-
ist and protege of Isaac Stern.
Tickets for the concert are avail-
able at the Hebrew Academy, all
Jordan Marsh stores and Allegro
Music Shop in Coral Gables.
The April 13 program includes
Berlioz' Rakoozy March from the
Damnation of Faust, Shostako-
vich's Festive Overture Op 9i!
Mendelssohn's Violin Concerto
hi E .Minor, Bizet's Carmen Suite.
Ravel's Tzigane for Violin and
Orchestra, Press' Wedding Dance.
Belectioqg from "Fiddler on the
Roof by Sheldon Harnick and
Jerry Bock, and Kleinsinger'3
Dance of the Sabras.
Mrs. Murry Koretzky has been
named general chairman of the
Dedication Concert with Mrs. Ted
Bodin as chairman. They head up
a committee of patrons for the
event; a special patrons' supper
is scheduled at the Eden Roc
Hotel with Mr. Fiedler and' Mr.
Luca as special guests immediately
after the performance.
An April 16 Dedication Dinner
at the Eden Roc Hotel honoring
Miami Beach philanthropist Her-
man L. Shaw will climax the dedi-
cation ceremonies for the new
junior and senior high school build-
ing of the Hebrew Academy.
Volunteers Service Telecart
Volunteers from Norman Bruce
Brown Post and Auxiliary 174,
Jewish War Veterans, will serv-
ice the portable telephone for bed-
ridden patients at Veterans Hos-
pital Saturday. A board meeting
will be held in the cafeteria of
Merrick Elementary School at 7:30
p.m. Tuesday.
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conducted at Jackson Memorial
Hospital, Cedars of Lebanon Hos-
pital, Mount Sinai Medical Center,
Dade County Jail, Jewish Home
for the Aged, Baptist Hospital,
Mercy Hospital, and South Miami
Hospital, according to an an-
nouncement made by Leo Kisen-
stein, chairman of the Chaplaincy
Advisory Committee.
The Community Chaplaincy
Service, founded in 1966, is spon-
sored by the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation in association with
the Rabbinical Association of
Greater Miami. It is designed to
fulfill a basic Jewish principle
known as "Btkkur Cholim"visit-
ing the ill. The program brings
visitation to Jewish persons con-
fined to hospitals and other in-
stitutions in Dade County.
Serving on the Chaplaincy Ad-
visory Committee with Mr. Kisen-
stcin are Jack Kat/nian, vice
chairman; Mrs. Salmon Bader,
Sam Goldman. Mrs. Milton S.
Green, Max Mansfield, Joseph
Mondres, Irving Rubin, Irving
Saal, Mrs. Morton Weinberger,
Marvin J. Wiener, and honorary
chairmen Walter S. Falk and Sam
J. Heiman. The Rabbinical Asso-
ciation representatives are Dr.
Herbert Baumgard. Rabbi Sol Lan-
dau, and Dr. Irving Lehrman.
Pledged $20,000
Prompted by an anneal from
guest speaker Zvi Kolitz. Israeli
author and journalist, the resi-
dents of Seacoast Towers North
piedce^ more than $20,030 to the
CJA-IEF campaign.
More than 130 Seacoast Nort'-
rp-irlrnts attended the recen'
CHICAGO (JTAi Mrs. Rita
Hauser, former U.S. Ambassador
to the United Nations Commission
on Human Rights, declared this
week that the Administration has
aided and will continue to aid So- \
' iel Jews in two ways: by 'press-
breakfast meeting held on li.'lml'hng the Soviet government to | cm -
of tiv 0)Tr.i.r vnnrs Tnwfah {far).> mit the emigration of all those
eration's 1972 CJA-IEF camnaign ; Jews who seek to leave, on fair
effort where Mr. Kolitz discussed ; and humane terms," and by "re-
many of the problems that facx* J sisting every attempt" on the part
the thousands of Russian Jew; of the Soviet Union "to argue that
who are immigrating to Israel.
Hyman Rubin, chairman of the
Srncoast Towers North campaign
effort, reported that he was pleas-
ed with the response and note '
that the campaign committee is
presently conducting a race-to-
laee solicitation of those residents
who were unable to attend the
breakfast.
'Narcotics Smuggling' Topic
Assistant U.S. Attorney Neal
Sonnett, guest speaker at the
monthly breakfast to be held hv
the Brotherhood of Temple Beth
Sholom at 10:30 a.m. Sunday in
the temple. 4144 Chase Ave. will
discuss "Narcotics Smuggling," ac-
cording to Martin J, Steiner. pres-
ident, and Aaron Farr, program
chairman. The Brotherhood span*!
son, the temples youth scholar- is sponsored by the National
shins programs. Interreligious Task Force on So-
the treatment of Soviet Jews is1
of concern only to the U.S.S.R."
Mrs. Hauser, speaking at the
opening session of a two-day Na- j
tional Interreligious Consultation I
on Soviet Jewry at the University I
of Chicago's Center for Contin-
uing Education, stressed that "the
plight of any one Jew or groups
of Jews living in the Soviet Union
is subject to arbitrary determina-
tion by the Soviet leaders deter- ;
initiations neither guided nor eon-
trolled by the rule of law. due pro-
cess or constitutional guarantees
of any kind."
The consultation, the first such
gathering by Jewish. Protestant.
', Catholic and Creek Orthodox lend
vict Jewry. R. Sargent Shrive
former Peace Corps, director and
former ambassador to Kranee. is
honorary national chairman, Ral -
bi -Mare H. Tanenbaum. interrelig-
ious affairs director for the Ante
it an Jewish Commit tee. i.s i o
chairman.
Declaring thai the Nixon At -
ministration "has repeatedly" ex-
pressed its concern for the plight
ol Soviet Jews and for their right
to emigrate. Mrs. Hauser note*
that the issue of Soviet JewTy has
lieen raised by the United States
at the United Nations General As-
sembly, the Commission on Hi>-
nian Rights and the Inter-Coven -
mental Committee on European
Migration, and in "numerous pri-
vate, high-level diplomatic ap-
proaches to Soviet authorities '"
She also recalled that the Art-
ministration "provided for the
eased entry of Soviet Jews under
the j>arole authority granted to
the Attorney General by the Im-
migration law.
"So far as we can delermin
the few Soviet concessions of re-
cent years have come about in
response to expressions of cot -
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Volume 45
9 NTSAN 5732
Numbei 12
Significance Hard To Assess
The significance of all the rumors of various settle-
ment proposals coming out of the Middle East in recent
weeks is difficult to assess, except that their persistence
conveys a feeling that, despite denials, some real efforts
are being made in the direction of agreement on several
of the basic issues.
Egypt, it can safely be said, would like to see the
Suez Canal open so that Sadat can claim a victory at this
time leading to total withdrawal of Israel from Arab Terri-
tory. It would keep the militants in his country and those
of his allies guiet for the time being, at least. And Israel
would not be averse to such a solution, provided its ac-
quiescence assured a permanent cease-fire and the be-
ginning cf meaningful talks about peace.
If nothing else, the proposals of Hussein recently
recognize the real problem the Palestinians pose for any
permanent peace in the area. And, again, while the Is-
raelis officially turn up their noses at the Hussein package,
they too realize thai the Palestinian question must be
dealt with and that there is now an opening in that
direction. %
What's new in all this is an air of possibility that has
not existed before.
A Sure Road To Assimilation
A recent advertisement in a local newspaper calling
upon Jews to accept Jesus as their Messiah stirred up few
protests and, from all we can gather, very little interest.
That the American Board of Missions to the Jews is still
seeking converts to Christianity in the belief that only in
that way can it lay claim to being the "true" religion is no
surprise, although its activity seems to reach a peak only
as the Passover-Easter season approaches.
Perhaps the best clue to the course of conversation
was given in the New York Times this week, quoting a
new member (a 21-year-old girl) of the Beth Sar Shalom
Hebrew Christian Fellowship, the advertiser, as having
been "in a synagogue perhaps twice in my life." To be-
lieve thcd without its religious base Judaism can suivive
is the sure road to assimilation and conversion.
Decision Was A Progressive Step
A significant agreement to cooperate in problem areas
confronting American Jews such as mixed marriages,
education, the future of the synagogue and Jewish identity,
was reached among Conservative and Reform rabbinic
leaders at the recent convention of the Conservative Rab-
binical Assembly.
There has been considerable discussion in recent
years of merger of the two leading synagogue bodies and
while such a move is not close at hand, the decision to
seek closer understanding on major problems must be
viewed as a progressive step. Concerned with the varied
issues that, in their words, are threatening the survival
of the American Jewish community and, particularly, the
synagogue, the Rabbinical Assembly and the Reform
Central Conference of American Rabbis have now estab-
lished committees designed to work together on the issues.
It is hardly to be expected that the Orthodox rabbin-
ate will join in the effort to end the divisiveness current in
Jewish religious life. But while this would be desirable, the
fact is that today Conservative and Reform represent the
overwhelming predilection of religious Jews and their
agreement to come closer together is one that is oncourag-
ing and historic.
MATTER OF FACT
by JOSEPH ALS0P
WASHINGTON The Dem-
'ttcratS a"re'fa,iic''t6'be''c*isappointed
in the slender, secret but uni-
versal hope of getting the bitter
school busing issue shoved un-
der the rug. What has raged
throughout the Florida primary
will rage throughout the na-
tional presidential campaign
with President Nixon feeding
the flames, without much doubt.
Ironically enough, the outlook
might well be quite different, if
it were not for the slowness of
the NAACP's favorite primer.
The printer, Meilens and Co. of
New York City, is unable to
turn out more than 300 pages
a week of the 2.500-nage fac-
tual appen'ix required in the
Denver school busing case.
TIll'S,' 'THE 'sppcnaTx' can
hardly be ready before ano'her
two months have passed. The
delay means, in turn, that the
Supreme Court would not have
to take most exceptional crisis.
style action in order to hear thi>
Denver case and hand down an
opinion before Election Day in
November.
Every imaginable considera-
tion, practical, personal and po-
litical, should make Chief Jus-
tice Warren Burger and his col-
leagues prefer to act with "due
deliberate speed," Thus the Den-
ver school case is now most in-
likely to transform busing into
a non-issue, as so many Demo-
cratic insiders have been pray-
ing it might do.
ONLY THE insiders have
been on their knees m prayer
because the Denver case has
attracted unduly little attention
as yet. Yet if anything short of
a constitutional amendment is
going to deflect the Supreme
Court's long line of decisions on
school desegregation, this case
Is likely to be the turning point.
So it is worth examining for its
own sak..
To begin with, it is the first
case solely arising from school
s. gregation by neighborhoods
that the Supreme Court has ac-
cepted for hearing. The lawyers
isay thp therefore altogether different
from the Charlotte-Mecklenburg
case, where there had been
school segregation by law prior
Continued on 'age 7-A
COMMENT
by EDWARD COHl
There are many impressions I
got about the political events of
last week in Florida and in the
nation, not the least of which
is that the desire to return to
the good old days has turned
up two presidential candidates
who represent types which we
thought disappeared when rural
America got electric lights.
WELL, here is Geogre Wal-
lace at the old stand selling
snake oil and Richard Nixon ped-
dling gold mine stocks and
the people are buying. This is
a generation uneducated in
American history, and, if we
are to trust the election results
and polls, intent upon proving
theii ignorance, making it that
muc| easier for the con men to
sell Jheir imitations of life.
For some reason, as I listened
to the results of the Primary, a
sentence went charging through
my mind: "The people are a
many-headed beast" (I later
found out it was written by
Horace, if that means anything).
BUT I didn't have a chance
to develop it in an article I was
commissioned to do for a na-
tional magazine as that had to
be in the mail the same night
to meet a ridiculous deadline,
and I plan to work on it with
greater in-depth analysis of not
only the vote for the presidential
candidates but on several of
the questions found on the same
ballot.
This week I'd' like to share
with you some of the thought!
I had under deadline pressure,
not changed in the least by
some of Leo Mindlin's weird
observations in last Sunday's
Herald.
FLORIDA'S New South look,
I wrote, appears to have been
only a mirage which faded in
just 16 short months. Racism,
militarism and the New Deal
the old Southern Democratic
coalition-emerged triumphant
from the March 14 election.
The euphoria wnich sustained
liberals as the result of the
November 70 victories of Gov.
Reubin Askew and U.S. Senator
Lawton Chiles was effectively
dispelled by the totals rolled up
in the Presidential Preferential
Primary by George Wallace,
Hubert Humphrey and Henry
Jackson. That their combined
percentage of the vote closely
approximated 75% cast against
school busing, the issue which
dominated the campaign, is a
fairly good indication of the
mood in the state.
AN ELECTION day cartoon
on the front page of the Miami
Herald, depicting George Mc-
Govern and John Lindsay push-
ing a school bus while Wallace
and Jackson were in front of it,
pushing back, and Humphrey
and Muskie on the sidelines,
turns out to have been a fairly
accurate prediction of the re-
sults.
After taking a look at the
liberal showing of 17% of the
total for Lindsay, McGovern and
Chisholm, particularly notice-
able in college centers like
Gainesville and Tallahassee, I
wrote that there was no stop-
ping the conservative trend, and
the busing question on the bal-
lot only strengthened it by
bringing out the kind of voter
who usually passes up the op-
portunity to cast a ballot.
THEY WERE attracted to
Wallace for his openly racist
stance and simple solutions for
problems too complex for most
to fathom, to Jackson who ap-
pealed to the militarists and his
effort to amend the Constitu-
tion to prohibit school busing,
and to Humphrey because he
represented all that was old and
dead. He was the candidate, his
radio ads emphasized, "in the
tradition of Roosevelt, Truman
and Kennedy." And, it is obvious,
Florida voters are desperate to
turn back the clock to happier
days.
Last year's session of the Flor-
ida Legislature was a distin-
guished one by any yardstick,
but the present session is so
desperately bad and in tune
with the mood of the times that
the thoughtful members are anx-
ious to get it over with the
least amount of damage.
IT HAS been suggested in
private by one of the leaders that
a day be put aside for non-con-
troversial legislation, another for
the Communist Conspiracy and
still a third on school busing,
with the other two days of the
week devoted to the budget and
nothing else.
Maybe it is best told by the
citizens of Lantana in Palm
Beach County. They voted' on
Primary Day against amending
the city charter to allow blacks
to live within the city limits,
although it has been declared
unconstitutional by the Federal
courts.
They voted, also, in favor of
amending that Federal Consti-
tution to prohibit busing, and
also to permit prayers. All very
legal, all very law artd order-
like, and all being more than a
gentle reminder that Hitler came
to power legally and let us not
forget that, liberals and conser-
vatives.


Friday, March 24. 1972
* Jewishfh>rkHar
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ARAB PROPAGANDA AGENT IN U.S. 20 YEARS AGO
Albandak Behind Latin American Anti-Semitism
An Arab propaganda agent who
engaged in anti-Semitic activities
in the United States 20 years ago
"window dressing" for his fund
raising and propaganda activities.
One organization set up at that
time, from which Albandak claimed
to have received support, was
HELP, the "Holyland Emergency
Liaison Program." HELP'S stated
purpose was to build "public un-
derstanding of the problems of
the Middle East." It listed Chris-
tian Herter and Allen W. Dulles
as well as other prominent Amer-
icans on its executive commiitee.
Within a month after their ap-
pointments were made public, how-
ever, both men resigned. Mr. Her-
ter admitted lie failed to thorough-
ly investigate the organization and
Mr. Dulles said he doubted he everj
gave the group permission to use
his name at all.
Rabbi Rosenthal noted that
prominent people in Argentina
learned of Albandak's "window
Iressing" tactic when "to their
surprise and chagrin, their names
were listed together with those of
known "Nazi-fascists" as signators
of a "Appeal For Support of the
Rights of the Palestinian People,"
a full-page ad in the Buenos Aires
daily "Clarin."
Many responsible people insisted
that their names had been used
without their knowledge; others
indicated that they had unwitting-
ly allowed the use of their names,
not knowing the true purpose for
which permission was requested.
Dr. Raul Bustos Fierro, a former
national deputy whose name was
used without authorization con-
demned the ad as an attempt
"to cause a confrontation between
the Arab and Jewish communities
. an effort to revitalize the
odious concept of anti-Semitism."
Rabbi Rosenthal noted that Al-
bandak. in a paid: advertisement,
asserted that "the Arab League is
not intervening in the internal af-
fairs of Argentina or :n thp af-
fairs of political groups." He ha*
also disavowed any association
with two recently created pro-
Arab groups, the Argentine Com.
mittee for the Liberation of Pales-
tine and the Justicialist Commit-
tee of Solidarity with Free Pales-
tine.
However, it was pointed out that
the Buenos Aires Correspondent of
the Arab language newspaper, "Al
Bayan." had reported that Th"
presidents of the two groups con-
ferred with Albandak on their
proposed anti-Israel campaign.
According to ADL reports, the
Justicialist Committee, headed by
Continued on Pago 14-A
KAIiKI MORTON ROSENTHAL
Is "the major force behind a new
Kirulent anti-Semitic and anti-
Israel campaign in Argentina," the
director of the Latin American af-
fairs department of the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai B'rith,
revealed this week. The agent was
identified as Yusif Albandak, head
of the Arab League In Argentina
and Chile.
Addressing a meeting of ADL's
Society of Fellows at the Duponi
P.a.-.a Hotel here. Rabbi Morton
M. Rosenthal charged that Alban-
dak is masterminding a concerted
campaign by the Arab League.
pro-Arab front groups in Argen-
tina and anti-Semitic, right-wing
i elements there to isolate Jews and
create disunity."
ADL records show that Alban-
dak, who then spelled his name
"el Bandak," engaged in lecture
tours in the United States in the
early 1950's and left this country
after his connections with known
anti-Semites here, in England and
in the Middle East were exposed.
Albandak came to the United
States in 1949 with a letter of in-
troduction to Merwin K. Hart, a
leading anti-Semite. Shortly there-
after, a close associate of Mr. Hart
organized the Holy Land Christian
Committee, which sponsored Al-
bandak's appearances before Chris-
tian church groups, according to
Rabbi Rosenthal. "Although the
committee's stated objective was
to raise funds for the relief of
Arab lefugees some of the
money went to finance Albandak's
pro-Arab activities in this country,
including his blatantly anti-Sem-
itic speeches," he said.
Albandak's favorite themes were
that "Communism was rampant
in Israel" and that "all Zionists
are Communists." the ADL spokes-
man said. Speaking before church
groups. Albandak denounced the
"Zionist Communists" as an al-
leged threat to Christianity and
warned American Christians to
band together to suppress Jews
"lest they turn your country into
another Palestine."
Rabbi Rosenthal reported that
Albandak's current tactics in Ar-
gentina include creating front
groups, attacking the local Jewish
community and forming alliances
with local anti-Semitic and anti-
Israel elements. He said these
parallel his past activities in Eng-
land and the United States.
While in London as a broadcas-
ter on Arab Language programs
for the British Broadcasting Com-
pany. Albandak "cultivated prom-
inent officials of the military and
the Church or England as well as
English peerage. The names of
manv of those individuals were
subsequently listed as sponsors of
Albandak's Committee for Chris-
tian Relief in the Holy Land," Rab-
bi Rosenthal added.
Shortly after the Arab propa-
gandist's arrival in the United
States in 1949, Albandak reported-
ly told confidants he planned to
involve prominent Americans, as
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*Jenist Flerkliair
Friday. March 24, 1972
Aments Named To Receive
Israel's 'Shalom Award9
Victor and Ernestine; Aawm have] wrp* oi hosts for iho Both Ra-
.:. .i,.k.;-. 4 Ma ;:' '< ;>ei-Dinner
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Planned April 12-13
cf Israel Sh ,-it Beth
icI-Fortc Towers-Israel Dta-
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Sun i. evi nlng, April 16,
direel '- ol Israi I
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Mi Ainenl **;>- chairman of the
Slate last year, and dinner
tCUIFIONT AT IS H U SIS., IIAJI
MR. and MRS. VICTOR Am NT
chairman the year before. He
served as president of Maccabee
Lodge 2579 of B'nai B'rttn for two
years, and is currently first vice
president of Forte Tower's Men's
Social Club.
Mrs, Ament is an active mem-
ber of Haiia-sa'i, B'nai B'rith
Women, ORT, Women's League
for Israel, and Forte Towers VYbm-
i n's Soeial Club.
When the fact that the Aments
would be honored at this special
affair was made public, the Aments
nad.' another announcement:
I April li> marks their 54th wed int;
anniversary; they are especially
overjoyed that this occasion falls
j mi the same night of the celebnr-
tion of Israels 24th year of State-
i hood, they said.
William S. Rulxvi. president o!
Jordan Marsh, Florida and coordi-
najoi of the Greater Miami Jew-
^J^'.ilenttion> Mercantile Divi-
sion, has announced the scheduling
of two moro luncheon meetings on
behalf of the 1972 CJA-IEF cam-
paign.
Harry Mizrach, of King Kol"
Inc.. oochairnrtan >! the Apparel
Group, will ho-t the first meeting
at n on Wednesday, April 12 in
the Federation bulking, 42(0 Bis-
cayne Blvd.
The second meeting, which will
tak place al noon Thursday.
Api 11 13 In the Fed ration b
ill be hosted bj S unuel Rap-
,i of Ja ison s-Bjions co-
chairman of the Retail and De-
partment Si ons Group.
| Technion Sponsoring Tour
The So'lth Florida Chapter of
' 'be American Society for Tech-
nion will sponsor a 22-day guided
j tour of Israel leaving Miami June
25, via El Al Israel Airlines, i'
has been announced. A h-ghliglv
of the tour, which will include
three nights in Bucharest, Ru-
mania, and four nights in Vienna.
Austria, will be a threenfay sta>
in Hafia, where the group will at-
tend a seminar at the Technion
and sessions of the International
Board of Governors. Herman Ap-
plebaum and David Giesser are
coordinating the tour.
.lack s. Poplck '\ill receive tin
1972 "Justice Louis Brandeto Dis-
lahed Service Award" at the
annual dinner of .he Zionist Orga-
nization of America April 30 in
the DeaUville Hotel, according to
an announcement made by Dr.
Irving Lelirman, national Vice
ins: lent of the ZOA. Mr. Poptek,
who was recently elected presi-
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Aged i Douglas Gardens i is a past
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B'nai B'rith Convention
Arrangements Completed
The arrangements committee
has finalized the program for the
36th annual convention of the
Florida State Association of Ti'nai
B'rith LMges. which will be held
in the Gait Ocean Mile Hotel, Fr.
I.auderdalc, April 29-May 1, ac-
cording to an'announcement made
by Bernard! Langbcrg, convention
chairman.
Arnold Forstcr, general counsel
of the Anti-Defamation Lecguc,
will address the delegates at Sat-
urday's'ojieninj; session. He will
be introduced by Burnett Roth,
National ADL. Commissioner.
Guest six-aker at the luncheon
SOI
Continued From Pate 4-A
to segregation by neighborhoods.
THIS SEKMS a legalistic lino
line to draw. But it is thought
to be mast significant because
it can offer the Supreme Court
a good, excuse if ihe court
wants, one to follow the elec-
tion returns in the supposedly
usual way. As to the facts of the
case, they arc reasonably simple.
As might be expected, no
Colorado school system has ever
boon racially segregated by stat-
ute. Denver's black school popu-
lation has increased, however.
from four per cent of the pupils
in the schools in 194'! to 16%
today. Consequently, school seg-
regation by neighborhood has
also increased in the way that
is so common because black.; in
(very city arc so tragically
forced into ghettos.
DKNYKR today has two
ghettos in effect a prosperous
(no, known as the Park Hill sec-
tion, and a poor one, in the old
the ghetto'children'attcnd main-
ly black schools.
Some time ago, the NAACP's
own lawyers, aided by some lo-
cal talent, therefore brought suit
against the Denver school hoard.
The suit had two bases. First,
a certain amount of gerryman-
dering was charged to keep
black children in black neigh-
borhood schools. And second,
school performance was claimed
to prove inequality of educa-
tional opportunity in Denver.
THERE IS NO doubt that
school performance has been
very unequal.
At end-third grade, the hlack
schoolchildren's average reading
level ranges from 3.1 in a good
Park Hill district school, all the
way down to 2.55 in one of the
center city schools. The range
is therefore from half a year to
well over a year behind for the
black children.
IN CONTRAST, in a typical
"Anglo," or white middle-class
school in the city, the end-third
grade reading level is just a
bit above 4.2, or somewhat
ahead. The spivad between the
schools Is therefore serious, even
as early as end-third grade.
Later, the spread widens.
In the federal district court.
Judge William Doyle found
against the school board on both
counts. He therefore ordered
what can amount to the homo-
genization of the Denver sys-
tem by busing.
THE 10TH U.S. Circuit Court
of Appeals then held that Judge
Doyle was only richt about the
gerrymandering school districts.
But the circuit court further held
that there was no proof of in-
equality of educational oppor-
tunity under the law because
of different performance in dif-
ferent schools.
Thus the circuit court ap-
proved, in effect, of do facto
segregated neighborhood schools.
Between the two positions, the
Supreme Court must eventually
choose.
The choice should be historic.
Sunday, April 30, will be Florida's
Attorney General, Robert Shevin;
Jay Mnrkowitz, president of Dis-
trict Grand Lodge No. 5, will ad-
dress the luncheon guests Monday,
May 1.
Bert Brown, a Miami CPA, will
be installed as president during
the Sunday evening banquet. He
succeeds Sam Pascoe of Miami
Beach in the post. Many items of
ini|>ortanco are listed on the agen-
da for consideration. Delepates
from all over the state are ex-
pected1 to participate in the de-
cision-making.
Einstein's Gravity Theory
Confirmed By Experiments
Continued from Page I-A
extremely weak.
The experiments conducted by
Profs. Sadeh and Ben Mcnahom
made use of the 19>7 discovery
of pulsars, a type of pulsaing
star assumed to have very high
d( nsity and very rapid rotation.
According to Kinstoin's theory,
such bodies must emit gravity
wav<.
Prof. Sa to SJSe the earth as a uVtevtor,
hut heettiise the effects or the
waves is very mi lull, a sophisti-
cate I elect ronie system hail to
be built by the university uii
Ihe advanced equipment at thn
Wei/.nianii Institute facility tau"'
to be employed.
According to the announc.
ment, the experiment prove!
the existence of gravitiona
waves which up to now were
merely an assumption; that pu.-
sars arc neutron stars having
high density and a high rate o
rotation; and that a seismo-
graph on earth can serve i- 8
astronomical telescope whicn
measures
stars.
the movements c'
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At Dachau,
men dreamed
of a land where
all Jews could
live with pride
and hope
and dignity.
Their dream
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We must never forget
the terrible crimes of
an Auschwitz or a Dachau.
Or the brutal nightmare
named Buchenwald.
We must not forget the
children who were blinded
and mutilated and murdered
by terrorist bombs in Israel.
We must not forget Jews
locked behind the Iron Curtain.
And Jews from Europe who
need resettling in this country.
We must not forget the old and
the blind and the young and the
troubled in our own community.
All of us must give what wo
can to keep the spirit of
Jewish brotherhood strong
and alive in Miami. In Israel.
In Russia. Everywhere.
Your contribution win help fceep Israel strong. And help Jewish Immigrants from Russia. And Jews Tn need In your own community. And around the world.
Support The Greater Miami Jewish Federation's Combined Jewish Appeal and Israel Emergency Fund Campaign. *\>
Greater Mbunl Inak Federation4200 Bixayr* Blvd., Miami, Fla. 758-3321. **
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Every Vote A Warning
By KabM NATHAN II. ZWITMAX
B'ruii /Ion ( uwsnu-ilioii
Hoy West
Every vote which was cast for
the nmondment to allow prayer in
public schools in a warning that
until Malachis promise Ls fulfilled
with the coining of the Messiah j
and all men accepting Judaism un- j
der one Father and one Greater, I
we must guard closely each free- i
dom we enjoy.
I therefore reiterate my rrgu- ,
merits agnilUl prayer in the public
I !' ols.
Since ia\\ enactment assumes
law enforcement, prayer allowed!
in public schools may become!
prayer forced in the public schools.'
Since a non-iiemoninational prayer
is a paradox, a sclf-contra.-'ictoi-y
and false proposition, and since an
nil-denominational prayer is an
impossibility, prayers offered in
the public schools would have to
Ik? those of the largest denomina-
tion in the land.
This would mean that the pray- j
ers of all smaller denominations '
which together might possibly rep-
resent the great majority of the j
worshippers of the land, would be
inpi\', and all might be forced |
to recite prayers contrary to the
beliefs of many.
We must recognize denomina-
tional differences and the partic-
ular and individualistic as well as
personal characteristics of pray*
ers. and offer our prayers at '.adi-
tional timer, and in hallowed places
ierding best towards their mos'
satisfying expression. Under gui-
dance ol men of the clergy who
have dedicated their lives to know-
ing Clod's way?.
If some of us believe that we can
pray only under the Tablets of the
Covenant and not under othei
symbols, with our heads covered
by skull caps and not expesed,
when hearing the voice of the
cantor and not the sound of an
organ, the right to do so must be
and can be guaranteed by main-
taining our constitutional doctrine
of separation of leligior and the
-tate. a separation which unites
us in greater sen ice to man and
to God.
T2M
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"if
New York attorney and Jew-
ish communal leader, Law-
rence A. Korbin, a national
vice president and chairman
of the Israel Commission of
the Union of Orthodox Jew-
ish Congregations of Amer-
ica, has been named chair-
man of the organization's an-
nual national dinner, to be
held Sunday evening. May
7, in the Grand Ballroom of
the New York Hilton Hotel.
Over 1,000 rabbinic and lay
leaders from Jewish com
munities from North America
will attend. The bi-national
orthodox synagogue o'ga
nization serves over 3,000
congregations in a variety of
programs and activities.
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Tzav
Fr:
roaramg
March (! Ch. 4. 8:30 a.m. The First Estate
'Repeated on Ch. 2 at t!:30 p.m.)
Host: Rev. Luther C. Pierce
Guest: Dan Duckworth
Topic: "Theatre and Society '
Ch. 10. 9:30 a.m. The Jewish Worship Houi
Host: Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal,
Hebrew Academy of Greater Miami
Ch. 7. 10 am. The Still Small Voice
Host: Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal.
Hebrew Academy of Greater Miami
Topic: "Education For The Seventies"
.'" ...
March ?0
March 16
School Children Conduct
The Hebrew and Sunday School
children of Temple Beth Tov, 6438
SW Sth St.. will conduct a model
Seder at the temple Sunday, a'
9:30 am. The public Is invited to
attend.
M>V^M^M^VW>^MM|
CANDIELIGHTING TIME
9 NISAN 6:14
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**M*-*irV***>s*rV>-*M^*j-a6e*i'
'And the Lord spake unto Moses, saying. com:r.ard Aaron
and his sons, saying, this is the law of the burnt-offering ."
(Chapters 6-81.
SACRIFICIAL DUTIES OF THE PRIESTS: The priest*
were charged with the duty of bringing a butnt-offorine on behalf
of the community every, morning and evening an* the fire or. the
altar was to be kept burning continuously. Supplementary laws |
prescribed their sacrificial duties and the portions of the offer-
liigs they were to receive as their duties. Their share of the rm al.
sir, and trcsspass offerings could be eaten only within The court '
of the sanctuary by a priest who was ceremonially clean. Aaron.
" from the time he was ordained, was to bring a meal-offering each :
morning and evening on his own behalf, and on behalf o: the
priesthood.
The peace offering was the only sacrifice of which th_- of-
ferer, too. was permitted to partake, provided he was eeramoni-
" ally clean.
CONSECRATION OF AARON AND HIS SONS: In ar. im-
pressive ceremony held in the court of the sanctuary, Aaron ^nd
hii sons were consecrated and installed by Moses in the presi r.ce *
of the congregation. After the priests had bathed, Moses dressed
Aaron in his distinctive garments and anointed the taber-alce
and its contents the ark. table of show-bread, candlestick and
cltar of incense as well as the altar of brunt-offering with its
accessories, and the laver and its base, all of which stood i:. the
curt of the sanctuary. He then poured anointing oil upon Aaion's
head to sanctify him. Finally, the ordinary priests were Invested
with their garments, and a sin-offering, burnt-offering and a spe-
cial consecration were offered up by Moses. These rites were re-
peated daiiy for seven days, with Aaron and his sons remaining in
the court throughout the period.
vaasMicKi
Janice Revitz First Woman City Judge
Janice Revitz. the first woman
municipal judge in the 75-year
history of Miami courts, i- 1 27-
yeax-old graduate ol the Univeisit;
oflllami Law School.
Judge Revitz, who lives with het ,
parents at 9530 W. Broadview
Bay Harbor Islands .was sworn
In last week as a replacement for
Leonard Levenstcin, who had re- j
signed his post. As a city court I
judge, she will spend only one day i
a week on the bench, and expects j
to be able to continue her private
practice as an attorney.
Judge Revitz, who worked with '
the committee which helped to!
secure the Democratic national >
til-
s'
convention for Miami Beach, is
also a member of nittee
arranging the cone- that
convention.
Preview-Reception Opens
Murray Gaby Exhibition
I
Judy Drucker, d;.-. ctor
Lowe-Levinson Art Gale -.->
pie Beth Sholom, Miami
announces that a preview
tion will lie held to o;^n a.-.
tion of paintings by Hurray
Sunday from 5 to 7 p.m.
The exhibit? will bo on
April 14. Gallery hours a
9 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekday
from 9 a.m. to noon SundV
the
1 Tern.
Beach,
rccep-
whibi"
Gaby,
iisplay
iron M
Greater Miami Jewry will begin the observance of the Passover
festival at synagogue services Wednesday evening. The First Sder.
which L-, the festive meal accompanied by the reading or recitation of
the Haggadah. will follow. Many synagogues in the Greater Miami]
rrea will sponsor communal Seder services for those not ronducting :
such services in their own homes.
Reform and Liberal congregations, which generally observe only .
the first day 01 the holiday, will hold only one Seder. Others also
Observe the final days of Passover and will hold Seders on both Wed-
nesday and Thursday.
Preparatory observances in connection with the festival include:
Redikiit rhomr-tz, traditional ceremonial search for chomet/.
conducted in the home Tuesday after nightfall.
Siyiim llabrehorlm (special service for firstborn males) Wed- j
iu -day morning.
Ltuvt time for eating chometz is Wednesday at 10 am
Kol < huinira. the ceremony which includes the renunciation o: !
any undiscovered chometz in the home at 11 a.m. Wednesday, is pre-
ceded by the burning or selling of all chometz.
8ETH TOV (Temple). 64J8 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Cantor Seymour
Hinkea 8
A H A V A T SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox
Cantor Aron Ben Arorx. 1 '
Conservative. Canto
sw
r Sol
PakowiU 2
ETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. Ken- :
nail Dr. S. Miami Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. S
ISRAEL (Temple} OF GREATER
Miami. 137 NE 19th Street. Reform
Rabbi Joaeph R. Narot. 10
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Can Na-
tal* Improve Human Nature"" PASS-
OVER Wednesday t: p.m. Services;
B:M |> m Seder, Thursday 11 a.m.
eervatlve. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro.
IS
Friday S:30 p.m. Topi,-: "Observance
of Jewish Music Sabbath." Saturday 9
am. nar Mitzvah: Robert, son of
l>r. and Mrs. Sol CViskv. PASSOVER
Thursday '.' ,-um
maiEAH
TIFERETH JACOB (Temple). 951 E.
4th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Na-
than Zolondek. IS
Friday si:, p.m. Sermon topic: "The
Perpetual Fire." Saturday 9:"0 a.m.
Sunday 11 a.m. Children's Model
S.iler PAS.SOVKH Wednesday 7 a ni |
:3" p.m. Thursday 9:10 am Sermon I
loni,: "ilemember The Exodus." 6:30 i
p.m. services fullowcd by annual Pass- 1
over Seder.
imniMUMa
ETH MOSHP CONGREGATION i
13630 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
Rabbi Joseph Gorfinkel, Cantor Ben '
Zleei KirachenbaeMn. 35
MMMHACR
AGUOATH ISRAEL, 7801 Carlyl* Ave !
Orthodox. ^j I
BETH ISRAEL. ""0 40th St Orthodox. '
Rabbi Berel WeCu. it I
JETH JACOV. S01 Washington Ave. '
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir- I
sky. Cantor Maurice Mamchea. 19
BETH RAPHAEL (Temple). 1545
Jefferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh. 20 |
BETH SHOLOM ( Temple). 41441
Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kronish. Cantor David Coaviaer. 21
BETH TFILAH 93S Euclid Ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-
ky. 22
BETH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGREGA-
TION, 843 Meridian Avenue. 22-A
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1582 Washington
Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H.
Stern. Cantor Meyer Engel. 26
KNESETH ISRAEL, 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield
Cantor Abraham Seif. 2T
MENOMAH (Temple). 620 75th St
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Nlco Feldman. 28
Friday S:1T, p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Har
Mitivah: Alex, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Jose Weiss. PASSOVER Wednesday
:15 p.m. Thursday 9 a.m. Topic:
"Slavs I'nto sia\,-s.*' 6:15 p.m.
p.m. Thursday 9 a.m Sera "The
t'ha-hani is not a \v.-< Quy," 6:15
p.m.
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER
MIAMI. 900 NE I71t St C.-.nodo*.
Rabbi Naftali Porvsh 39
'.ORAl GABIES
JUDEA (Temple) 5500 Granada Blvd.
Reform. Rabbi Morrj, Kipper 40
Friday R:is p.m Saturday 11:15 am.
Har Mitzvah; David son nf Mr. and
Mrs. Naftal Rapaport, PASSOVER
Thursday 11:15 a.m.
Mf" TAnisu tiempic). 80th St antf
Tatum Waterway. Conservative
Rabbi Evgsne Labovltz. Cantor Ed-
ward Klein *
PASSOVER Wednesday am,, 6:15
p.m Services followed by Community
Seddurim In Sklar Auditorium. Thurs-
day 8:45 a.m. Sermon: "The Exodus
from Etrypt-And the Russian Jews."
*>:3l> p.m. services followed by Com-
munity Seddiurum in Sylar Aurltor-
lum.
OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bonita Dr.
Orthodox. Rabbi Ptiineas Weber
man. 30
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 8*!
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmiaa. 31
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1542.
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi Avrohom
Qroner 32
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER. 1720 79th Street Cause-
way, North Bay Village. Conserva-
tive. Rabbi Philip Fried. S2-A
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
BETH DAVID. 2S28 SW 3rd Ave
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau
Cantor William W. Lipsor 4
Friday 8 p.m. South Dade Auditorium.
Rabbi Sol Landau: B:S0 p.m. Main
Sanctuary, Rabbi Allen Kutdiik.
Ratorda) D a.m South Dads Aadl-
rorlura; Main Sanctuary. PASSOVER
Wednesday ti p.m. Serviced in rhavpeL
Thursday am .Main Son.iu.irv 6
li.m. in 1 liap.i.
BETH EL. 500 $W 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi H. Rothman 5
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional R.-'-hi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Leon Segal.
Ravtau-day 6:48 am. Tonic: "A 1-1 rm
Hand" 5:16 n m. "Portion of l.i"
r. 4". pin "Wherein Great." PASS-
OVEH W'ednesila) 6 p.m. Thursday
1 .'. a m "\\. Are liberated."
ISRAELITE CENTER 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Paul J.
Bender. Cantor Nathan Parnass. 11
Friday ". r. p m sir, p.m. Sermon:
The Clreal Sabrmth-The Miracle of
I Freedom." Saturday s:l". n.m. "Por-
tion ,.f ihe Week." PASSOVER
Wednesday ?. 11 ni. Tliursday 8:43
a m |:M p.m.
----
OR OLOM (Tempie) 8755 SW 16th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph
Glixman. 13
ADATH YESHURUN (Temple). 1025'
NE Miami Gardens Dr. Conserva-
tive. Rabbi Milton Schlinsky. Can.
tor Nathaniel Schub. 33
BKTH TORAH. NE 184th St. at 11tr
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
echitz. Cantor Jeroh Renter. it
Friday evenma; Rabbi Mas A. I.in-
schiix will reporl on 78nd annual con-
vention i.f Rabbinical ,\ -. 1 ib
America. PASSOVER W-dnesday T
am >".:4."' p.m. Congreaatlon Bedi r
Thursday 8:30 a m ". p.m
TICERETH ISRAEL. S600 N. Miami
v- Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein. 14
PHdaj 8:18 p m. Sermon: "Relent-
l.-slv ..11 Cuar.l PASSOVER Thurs-
day s a.m. Sermon: "The I'neiidiiifc
Kxodua"
ZION (Temple) 8000 Miller Rd. Con-
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox
Rabbi Dow Rozencwaig. 23
CUBAN SEPHARDIC HEBREW CON-
GREGATION. 715 Washington Ave.
nue, Miami Beach. Rabbi Meir Mas-
bah Melamed. 23.A
EMANU-EL (Temple). 1701 Washing.
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler. 24
Friday 8:80 p.m. Otseal sneaker r>r.
Il.nry Kinsr Stanford. PASSOVER
nredaoeday a.m.. Service for the
Itorn: H:M p.m. temple sane.
Mary: p.m. First Beater la I
land Rallroom Thursday 9am 10:80
a.m. Junior ConcreKalion: 6:80 pm
temple sanctuary: 7 p.m. 8
Seder In Friedland Rallroom
HEBREW ACADEMv. 2400 Pinetree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S
Gross 25
CONO. AN.NELL 'Br.ncn or Me. i SKY LAKE iVKAGOGUE 181S1 NE
1Z~**4S3i.y*J*.*."yW" 'h, Ave. Orthodox Rabbi Jonlh^
ian Ave. Orthodox. Rsbbi Abrsham i Caolar .,
Ben.Hillel. 25.A PASSOVER Wednesday T :, r.t 1..1:. ,
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St
Conservative. Rabbi Charles Rubl
Cantor Jack Lamer. 31
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EINAI (Temnlet o- NORTH DADE
18801 NE 22nd Ave. Reform. Rabb'
Ralph P. Kmgsley. Canter Irvin*
Shulkes j?
PASSOVER Wednesday
Seder.
ZAMORA (Tempi*) .4 zsrc-- Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwen Berg-
er. Cantor Mordecai Yardeini 41
Friday 6:18 p.m. Dedication services,
sermon topic: "Values in Uf-" Sat-
ardaj Ms am.. 9::.:. a.. PASSOVER
Wednesday e,-::n vm Ilnwed
by Seder. Thursday ? ,-, r. ^.34
p.m.
SURFSIDE
MC^AN. D,V'D CONGREGATION.
9293 Harding Ave.. Surfsioe. Town
. Hall Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac 3. Vine.
66
BETH ISRAEL (Temple). 54- Oak.
land Par* Blvd. Rabbi Ak va Bril-
liant. Cantor Maurice New. 48
FT. UUDERDAU
EoANU Eu S245 w- Oakland Parb
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Arthur J. Ab-
rama. Canter Jerome Kiemant 41
P0MPAN0 BEACH
SHOLOM (Temple). 132 SE "th Ava.
Conservative. Rabbi Morris *_ Skop. \
Cantor Ernest Sehre.ber. 4f
MARGATE
MNWG9AthEStJEW'SH CENT"' *10t
HAUANDAIE
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER
Rabbi Max J. Welt* Ca-t-jr Rev.
Jacob Daniiger. 126 N.E. 'st Ave.
44
HOUrWCOD
BEJ1H EL (T*mPle). 1351 S. 14-h Ave.
Heform. Rabbi Samuel Jae 46
Friday 7:S0 p.m. Youth Orou? Meet.
"^i-"1-; '.' T"''i'" The CTiatlenne
of 1 reedom followed rd ,1,.
bat hosted by |fr. and Mr- Simuel
Flnkelsteln and Mr Fried*
man. Saturday 11 a m Rar uvahl
Mark Stev.n. pan 01 Vrs
Samuel I-. -OVER
i 1 a P km Veapu
service. Thursda) '
p.m.
BETH SHALOM (Temple). 1^28 Men.
roe St. Conservative. Rabb Morton
Malavskv. Car-t.or Irv'ng Ge'd. 44
SINAI (Temple). 1201 johrton $e.
Conservative Rabhi Dsvid Shapiro.
Cantor Yehuda Heiitraur. 47
MIRAMAI
Cantor Abraham Kotter is
'SRAEL (Temple- S20 SW 3SH g^
Conservative. Rabbi Avrar- Oraain


Friday, March 24, 1972
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Rudenberg Chairman Of
Roney Plaza Bonds Event
- n Rud 'iib< i;;. chairman of ter Golburt and Sam Schneider.
1h. -R6ne> Phra-tArael Dinrn r of In addition, nearly 90 commiinii
S i on behalf of Israel Bonds, ; li art..'.. from the Roney Plaza
were named to the corps of hosts
; ..-. lor the dinner.
>
i
SAM RUDlSBtRG
with leaders recently to for-
Saturday'-; din-
honoring Barnett and Sonya
-kin.
. nong those named honorary
irmen For the fund ion were
raham Checkmnn, Mrs. Warren
BCk, Mrs. Mori'is Herman, Hen
K her and Julius Spilke.
chairmen Include Herman
B -nard, William Peitelbenr, Les-
m ... te plans
n<
M
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A
Ci
The annual event will be held
at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Au-
thor and lecturer Ira Hirschmann
will address the inner guests and
a popular Israeli entertainment
group will provide Israeli music
Louis Cole'man, chairman of the
corps of hosts, said that friends
and neighbors of the Moskins are
Invited to attend the C>:H) p.m. re-
ception followed by dinner Bl J
p.m. Sunday evening.
Court Orders Moscow Jew
Committed To Institution
NEW YORK UTAI Yan
Krtlski a 20-year-old Jew. was
committed to a mental institution
by a Moscow court last week even
though a psychiatrist found him
mentally sound, it has been learned
from Jewish sources in the Soviet
Union.
The sources said Krilski stood
trial March 15-16 at t court in
the Sokolniki district on charges
of assault arising from an Inci-
dent with a drunken man last
October. His commitment was or-
dered on grounds that he is a
"militant Zionist." Commitment
to a mental institution carries no
time limit.
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+Jewisl> Horkticir
Friday, March 24, 1972
Jews In Moscow and Kiev
Contacted By Telephone
Contacts between the Jewish community of Greater
Miami and the Jews of Moscow and Kiev have been estab-
lished via a telephone conversation under the aegis of the
Soviet Jewry Committee of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation.
In a taped telephone conversation between Mrs. Rachel
Abramowitz and Prof. Alexander Lerner it was learned that
Russia is clamping down on emigration and on Jewish
expressions in the Soviet Union. Despite Russia's changing
attitude. Prof. Lerner, a well-known cybernetic expert,
indicated that the Jewish community of Moscow is con-
tinuing its pressure upon the government to allow free
repatriation to Israel. Prof. Lerner submitted his applica-
tion for emigration a year ago and has since been denied
work in his highly specialized scientific field.
From Prof. Lerner it was also learned that Vladimir
Slepak, an engineer who was also dismissed from his job
because he applied for an exit permit, has been put on
trial, and the result of the trial should become known in
about a week.
In a telephone conversation with Boris Krasney, Mrs.
Abramowitz discovered that the Jews of Kiev are being
arrested for pro-Israel activity and for api>earing at the
synagogue of Kiev for Sabbath services. Krasney rolled off
a list of young people who have been arrested for a
period of two weeks for engaging in such acts of "provoca-
tions" against the Russian state.
This fact was learned in a dramatic manner when
Mrs. Abramowitz attempted to contact Mark Yampolsky
in Kiev and the overseas telephone operator reported that
the man in question was no longer at that phone number.
When Mrs. Abramowitz asked Mr. Krasney about Mr.
Yampolsky, she was told bluntly that Mr. Yampolsky was
one of those arrested at the Kiev synagogue. Mr. Krasney
also informed her that as soon as Mr. Yampolsky is re-
leased, he will apply for emigration to Israel.
Both Prof. Lerner and Mr. Krasney expressed delight
with the telephone conversation and said they welcomed
this kind of contact with the Jews outside the Soviet Union.
"Prof. Lerner, we want to tell the Jewish prisoners
that we are concerned about your welfare," Mrs. Abram-
owitz concluded her conversation.
"We are delighted' to hear, and we will inform the
entire Jewish community in Moscow of this telephone call.
There are no words for us to thank you for this kind of
contact you have been maintaining with us. Please keep
calling us. It gives us courage in our struggle to be re-
patriated to Israel."
Mr. Krasney asked again and again that letters and
telegrams be sent to Jews in Kiev. (Names and addresses
of Jews in the Soviet Union are available through the
Soviet Jewry Committee of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation.)
Italian tenor Tony Simone, who
is currently performing three
times daily at the Yiddish-
American Cinema Theatre,
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and arias from various op-
eras. Mr. Simone will return
to New York ut the end of
March to prepare foi a Car-
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Films In Local Theatres
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Blues" at the Patio; anil "Murmur
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Sunset. Heir", over are "Cabaret,'
Carib and Hallandale; "Mary.
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-Jewlsti RcrldHari
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Fridcy. March 24 1972
Albandak Behind Latin
American Anti-Semitism
Abie Nathan's 'Peace Plane" Destroyed by Young Vandals
Continued from Page 5-A
Andres Framlnl, a oncc-prominen:
Peronist., leader, published a 12- <
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are Jews before they are Argen-
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warned that "we will not permit j
the formution of ethnic grouns in \
Argentina."
The Justicialist movement, fol-
lowers of former President Gen.
Foreign Affairs Committee
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The Foreign Affairs Committee
of the U.S. House of Representa-
tives has approved a resolution
cosponsored by Congressman.
Dante Fascell Soviet Jews and to allow their
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one-man peace mission shortly
after the Six-Day War was de-
stroyed by fire Friday night whil
on display it. o rtaiieV Gar oark.
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York. N.J. on the west shore of
the Hudson River opposite Man-
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Israeli police took two 16-year-!
old boys into custody for letting
fire to Nathan's plane the "Shalom .
I." They indicated that fire was;
an act of vandalism by a group j
of youths who were having a "good
time" at the park ana decided to'
start a bonfire.
Nathan said the single engine
two-seater Austev, a Dritish plane
similar to a Piper Cub, had origi-,
nally belonged to King Hussein
of Jordan who got it as a gif' !
from Queen Elizabeth II of En !
land. Hussein donated it to a fly.
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l-:day. March 24, 1972
* Jen Isti Ik rid/ran
Page 15-A
letters to the editor
PTORi lli'' J'-wish I'loridhin:
i the | ast fifty years, watch-
and analyzing the steadily
d i n i "Jewishncss" amongst
- in our coiinlry, urut otwerv-
the assimilation of our new
bratlons, I naturally hail be-
pesslmistic as to the future
of our heritage.
owever, as they say. every
L has 'i silver lining. A deluge
|f times followed by a rainbow,
the rainbow that is of parti-
ir imtioi'tance to me is the new
^t that seems to have slowly
i"oii amongst the various fac-
of Jews in this country (and
ibly world-wide. tool.
le resurgence to our Judaic
iiy is not due to a new relig-
1 fervor inspired by our relig-
lleaders. but rather due to the
|gence of the State of Israel.
vehicle that has lifted our
ts is a nationalistic Jewish
'rather than religious I that
bnly our new generation can
lify with, but has also moved
lie-hards.
particular interest is an art-
(y the enlightened Rabbi Rich-
6, Hirsch of Washington, D.C.
e February issue of "Dimen-
," the official publication of
|-m Judaism in the I'nited
k, he states that the Govern-
Board of the World Union f >r
ressive Judaism had authoi-
the transfer of its Interna-
|i Headquarters from Now
to Jerusalem, and I quote
his art icic-
le most frequent quetion
(l about the project! d move is
can the headquaters be in
}1. where Reform Rabbin are
recognized?' Our response is
Progressive Judaism 'rcc-
les' Israel and the significance
rail in Jewish life today. We
ity gTOUp to road us out of Jewish
life-
One cannot realize the signific-
ance of this statement unless he,
too. had the experience, for in-
stance, in Chicago, during the
carl) 1920s when those of us who
had become affluent had to create
and join the "Covenant" Club be-
cause we were not acceptable or
qualified to join the "Standard"
Club which was organized and be-
came the citadel of the Reform
Jews who, because of Anti-Semit-
ism, could not join the Chicago
Athletic Club or other Christian
Social clubs. Then the founders of
the Standard Club practiced their
own brand of Anti-Semitism by
excluding Jews of East European
origin.
The greatest majority of Reform
Jews had Christianized the i t
names and created a religious serv-
ice which was neither fish nor
fowl. I had attended their service
at various times and could not
shake off a feeling of sterility. By
eliminating symbolic traditions
and rituals, and emulating their
Christian neighbors who rejected
them, there was evidence of their
effort to disassociate themselves
from the Jewishness of their fore-
fathers ajid ancestors.
They seemed to have com-
pletely forgotten the saga of the
Wandering Jew who, for almost
two thousand years, submitted to
burning at the stakes, suffering
inhuman indignities and abuses
which culminated in the death of
over six million in the horrors of
the gas chambers and concentra-
tion camps during the Hitler era.
In only one aspect were the Nazis
democratic they did not dif-
ferentiate between Orthodox, Con-
servative Oft Reform Jews.
Congratulations to the Reiorm
Movement for belatedly coming
bach to the fold. There k nothing!
like success it breeds more suc-
cess. Now, if only that small but
, vocal group from Philadelphia 1'a.
1 the American Council for .In 'ais'ii.
will recognize and support Israel
instead of the Arabs, we will have ,
| come full circle. We all eventually
, do, whether wc are Orthodox, Con-
servative, Reform or Agnostic. As
a rule, when a Jew breathes his
; last, it is usually with "Shma Yis-
1 roel.. ."
ABE SOLOSKO
Miami Beucll
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridiun:
The "Jewish historians," quoted
in last Friday's Jewish Floridian
(Page 10-Bi, were wrong!
. "there is no new thing under
the sun" (Ecclesiastcs 1, 2i, in-1
eluding a woman rabbi.
I Sally Priesanci cannot claim the
1 distinction of being the lirs'
, woman rabbi. That honor belongs
1 to Regina Jonas of Berlin, Ger-
many. Ordained by the I.ehran-
stalt fur die Wissenschaft des Ju-
dentums (the equivalent of the
Hebrew Union College here) over]
40 years ago, she was addressed
as "Fraulein Rabbiner" (Miss
, Rabbi In Women's Lib parlance:
' Ms. Rabbit.
The one accusation that Could
j not be leveled against Hitler's Ger-
I many was discrimination against
] women. The Nazis finally accorded
: Mis- Rabbi the equality, which she
| had vainly craved, with her male
> colleagues (my late father was
one of themi in the Berlin ral.hin-
i ate, by permitting her to parish
] in the holocaust.
j LOTTE GLOVER
Miami
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B'nai B'rith Women Oppose
Anti-Busing Amendment
Miami, Florida Friday, March 24, 1972
Section B
PHIDING ARRIVAL Of FINGERPRINTS
Colombian Police Hold German
Thought To Be Martin Bormann
BOGOTA (JTA) Colombian
police are holding a 72-year-old
German in voluntary custody
pending the arrival of finger-
prints from West Germany
which are expected to determine
whether or not he is Ma-lin
Bormann, Hitler's deputy, who
was last seen alive as Soviet
forces took Berlin in 1945.
The German, who identified
himself as Johann Hartmann
and claimed he has lived! in
Colombia since 1934, was found
in a remote jungle region near
the Ecuadorian border.
The possibility that he might
be Bormann was raised by the
weekly magazine, Cromos Siete
I this, which published snapshots
of the man and noted physical
features remarkably like those
of Bormann, including a scar be-
low his left eye. If alive, Bor-
mann would be 72.
According to one report, how-
ever, Hartmann says he is a
Jew, explains the scar as the
result of wounds suffered dur-
ing World War I and says he
left Germany in 1926 and
reached Colombia eight years
later after wandering in remote
areas of the Amazon jungle.
Colombian police found him
living in a village near the Ec-
uadorian border with his 65-
ycar-old Indian wife, their 23-
year-old daughter and' her four-
year-old son.
Conflicting reports surround-
ed the cir-umstances of his dis-
covery. One report said he was
picked up by police investigat-
ing a series of deaths in the re-
gion. Another said he was found
by an engineer who wanted to
buy his property, and a ham
radio operator in England
picked up a broadcast from Co-
lumbia which reported that an
Israeli investigator identified
the man as Bormann.
More than S20.000 was pledged to the 1972 CJA-IEF cam-
paign by the residents of Seacoast Towers North at their
recent breakfast on behalf of the Grecter Miami Jewish Fed-
eration's campaign effort. Pictured at the event are (from
left to right) Zvi Kolitz, guest speaker; Hyman Rubin, chair-
man of the Seacoast North campaign effort and Max Weitz,
cochairman.
The Israel Embassy in Bo-
gota said It was watching de-
velopments In the case but de-
nied it had imported agents to
Colombia after Hartmann's ar-
rest.
Hartmann, who is also identi-
fied in some reports as Ehrmann,
is the 16th person to be arrested
in South America since 1945 on
suspicion of being the Nazi war
criminal. The Venezuelan news-
paper, Nacional, recalled Satur-
day that in 1965 it had reported
the arrival in Caracas of a Ger-
man citizen with a false pass-
port who was believed to be
Martin Bormann. The paper said
the suspect eluded police by
traveling into the mountainous
region near the Colombian
border.
WASHINGTON, D.C. A re-
solution opposing the anti-busing
amendment was unanimously
passed by B'nai B'rith Women at
its recent International Executive
Board meeting.
The board members, represent-
ing 140,000 women throughout the
United States and Canada, met
March 14-16 for their semi-annual
meeting to set policies and plan
programs for the Jewish women's
service organization.
Calling it a "most extreme and
unwise measure," the women said
that they were "firmly opposed to
locking such a restrictive and im-
proper clause on school busing
into our nation's Constitution."
The anti busing amendment
would outlaw busing of school
children for purposes of desegre-
gation, and efforts are now under-
way to bring it to the floor of the
House of Representatives.
Mrs. Nathan Holstein of Pitts-
burgh. Pa., BBW president, said
that the vote and discussion were
not on the merits of busing, but
on the issue of putting this kind
of subject-matter in the Constitu-
tion of the United States.
The Board also sent a resolu-
tion to President Nixon express-
ing its distress over the plight of
Jews in the Soviet Union, and ask-
ing him on his forthcoming trip
to "express his concern to Soviet
leaders and to question their po-
licies toward their Jewish cit-
izens." They added their voice to
"hundreds of thousands of others
now appealing to President Nixon
through petitions being circulated
across the country."
In other actions the group:
Reaffirmed its support of
equal rights for women under the
law and encouraged recent efforts
"to include women in the political
processes of both parties, as can-
didates, members of caucuses, and
delegates to local, state and na-
tional conventions."
Called for a comprehensive
national health care system dur-
ing the 1972 Congressional session.
Called on the U.S. Senate to
vote for ratification of the United
Nations Genocide Treaty.
Commended Congress for its
efforts to raise the Social Security
benefits, not just for the elderly,
but for widows, orphans and the
handicapped, and urged that these
allocations be increased.
Urged that measures on
Home Rule now in the D.C. and
Rules Committees be brought to
the floor of the House of Repre-
sentatives for a democratic vote.
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JWVA Presidents, Post Commanders Feted At Banquet
Jack Betman of Hallandale.
Commander of the 4th Region of
the Jewish War Veterans of the
win be among the guests
at a banq .et on .Saturday evening
in the Comedy Box of the Barce-
lnna Hotel. Miami Beach, honor-
ing incoming and outgoing com- '
and Irvin Steinberg, a member of
the NBC
Hosting the banquet will be
Peter Bluosten of Hallandale. com-
mander of the Department of
Florida, and Sally Levy of Miami
Beach, state Auxiliary president.
Jewish War Veterans officers
larnlers o.' post* -nd tflreflllWlM of the 4th Region and the Depart-
ment of Florida will hold separate
meetings Sunday at Unified Hall
in North Miami Beach.
Regional Commander Jack Ber-
man will preside at the 9:30 am.
opening session. Later Department
of Florida officers and delegates
of auxiliaries in Florida.
r JVW national officers ex-
i attend the affair in-
clude Ainslee R. Ferdie. vice chair-
man of JWV's Nalional Fjcecutive
Committee: ?Iaurk-e Weinman of
Miami Beacn. national adjutant:
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Business and r.rof'.ssionals ar be-
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Properties. Inc.. lor their annual
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Treasure Drawing Scheduled
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The Greater Miami Women's
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Donor chairmen Mr-. P.ose Roth
't Mrs. Martha Grt-enbrrz-r and
Mrs. Rose Kobsa. are scheduled to
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Friday. March 24. 1972
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Histadrut's Third Seder
Marks 24th Anniversary
More than 1,000 |jersnns arc ex-
pected to celebrate the State of
Israel's 24th anniversary of in-
Seder is vice president of the
Greater Miami Hebrew Academy
and a leader in Histadrut activ-
ities both nationally and locally.
The entertainment portion of
the April 2 celebration which
will launch a month of observance
nv' the Jewish community of South
Florida of Israel's 24th birthday
will be headed by Ahuva Zadok.
noted Israeli vocalist and one of
heV country's brightest feminine
tan. Cantor Sidor Belarsky. sing-
er Danny Tadmore, the Sabra
dancers and narrator Neal Son-
nett also are featured in the pro-
gram produced and directed by
Arie Kaduri anil Kdward Tuma-
roff, Florida executive director of
. Histadrut.
Jerusalem Journalist
Succeeds Meshe Sneh
TKLAVIV iWNRl- Tw i~t -"il
struggle withing the Maki Com-
munist Party ended with luppoit-
ers of the late Dr. Moshc Sneh's
pro-Israel policy taking over the
party leadership.
i Shmuel Mikunis. Maki Party
, secretary, took over Sneh's Knes- j
1 set seat, but Sneh supporter Raoul
TeiteJpaum. a Jerusalem journal-
I ist, was named party head and
other Sneh sup|x>rters were ap-
pointed to leadership positions.
Pallot Makes Appointments
E. Albert Pallot, chairman of |
the City of Miami Committee on
Ecology and Beautification, has
appointed Mrs. Claude Penoer,
wife of the Florida Congressman,
and Mrs. Marie Knterline to act
as cochairmen of the Committee's
Arbor Day celebration on April 14.
Nickel To Judge Art Show
The judge for Temple Beth
Am's third annual art show, which
Opens to the public April lb, will
be Karl Morris Nickel. Curator of
the Emory University Art Col-
lection in Atlanta, Ga.. and As-
sistant Professor of the History
of Art at that university, it has
lx>en announced.
Honor the PASSOVER-
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dependence at the Israel Histad-
rut Council of South Florida's
Third Seder April 2 in the Fon-
talnebleau Hotel, according to gen-
eral chiii: man Jacob Rifkin.
The pala banquet will feature
ji Seder : tterned after that prac-
ticed by members of the Zahal.
Israel's Defense Forces, at the
front lin >s, Mr. Kilkin Bald.
Mr. anil Mrs. Moe Levin, Miami
Beach civic and business leaders,
will be guests of honor at the
Third Seder. Ambassador Jacob
Barmore, Israel's Minister to the
United Nations, will be the prin-
cipal speaker.
Mr. Levin, who was commander
Of the lamed Jerusalem Home
Guard during the 1948-49 Israel
War of Independence, will receive
a special award from Histadrut at
the dinner, for which reservations
are Still available at the Histadrut
office. Suite 214, One Lincoln Road
Bldg.
Judge Herbert S. Shapiro, legal
counsel of the Israel Histadrut
Council Foundation and president
of Temple Emanu-EI who will be
master of ceremonies at the Third

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Friday. Mart* 24, 1972
*A Wall In Jerusalem9
On Ch. 4 Sunday Morning
A one hour television presentation entitled "A Wall In Jeru-
salem" narrated by Richard Burton will be aired Sunday from
10-11 a.m. on the CBS 'Look Up And Live" program, it has been
announced.
This special presentation describes the rebuilding of the Old
City as part of the overall plan for a United Jerusalem. The lat-
ter half of the program will concentrate on the history of the
Western Wall and its place in the life and destiny of the Jewish
people.
Another "Look Up And Live" presentation, describing the
programs and efforts initiated to deal with the social and cul-
tural problems of Jews from Arab and African countries, will
be aired Sunday. April 9. from 10 0-11:30 a.m.
Both of these programs have been scheduled by WTVJ (Ch.
4\
I Alliance Steering
Committee Meets
The Dade County Alliance for
; Safer Cities will hold a Steering
; Committee meeting Friday in the
Board Room of the Greater Miami
Coalition. 904 SW 2nd Ave.
The Dade County Alliance for
Safer Cities, composed of over 30
civic and social welfare organiza-
tionsv was organized on the pre-
mise that "all citizens are vitally
concerned with the maintenance
of a safe, secure, and free Dade
County."
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Fri
Rabbi Menachem Schneerson
Celebrates 70th Birthday
Florida and Greater Miami civic
leaders, including Mayor David
Kennedy, are joining senators and
'Ahavat Ylsroel,' his love for fellow
Jews.
"In his 23 years as leader of the
Chabad-Lubavitch movement, he
has set into motion hundreds of
educational, schools, community
and youth centers, social and re-
habilitative programs that have
kindled in hundreds of thousands
of Jews a rededication to Torah
Judaism, from Melbourne to Lon-
don, Casablanca to Los Angeles,'
the rabbi continued.
"His influence has long ago
spread from the Chassidic com-
munity into the mainstream of
Jewish life, which he communi-
cates through private audiences or
public addresses called Farbrangen
at Lubavitcher world headquarters,
770 Eastern Pkwy., Brooklyn. N.Y.
They are transmitted live to Luba-
vitch centers around the world
via telephone hookup," Rabbi Korf
concluded.
Joel Hirschhorn. chairman, an-
nounced that the Consolidation of
the Police Force, a Progress Re-
port regarding preparation for the
Democratic Convention, and "Half
Way House" for ex-offenders will
be discussed.
Community organizations are
invited to join the Alliance in a
coordinated effort to deal with
crime and the fear of crime in
Miami.
Claude Lipsky To
Return To France
TEL AVTV JTA1Claude Lip-
sky, the central figure in a major
financial scandal in France, has
abandoned his fight against extra-
dition and will return to France
of his own free will.
Mr. Lipsky, who sought refuge
in Israel last October, is expected
to be accompanied by a French
police official.
Mr. Lipsky, who announced his
decision through his Israel lawyer,
Chaim Shenhav, has informed his
two French attorneys, Johannes
Ambre and George Herisse that
he will face French justice. He
said he reached his decision after
careful consideration and was con-
vinced that he will be cleared of
the charges he faces in France.
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mayors from all over the United
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telegrams or such remembrances
as keys to their cities to the Luba-
vitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem
M. Schneerson, world leader of
the Chabad Lubavitcher Move-
ment, on his 70th birthday.
A delegation of Greater Miami
Jewish leaders will join other
Jews from all over the world Sun-
day at Lubavitcher headquarters
in New York where they will cele-
brate the occasion. The local eroup
will be headed by Rabbi Abraham
Korf, regional director of the Mer-
kos L'inyonei Chinuch, (educa-
tional arm of the Lubavitcher
Movement) and Rabbi Sholon-. D.
Lipskar, principal of Oholei Torah
Day School, which was founded
by Rabbi Korf in the spirit of
Lubavitch under the guidance of
tne Rebbe.
'Rabbi Schneerson. the seventh
Lubavitcher rebbe, has been calle.1
the most phenomenal Jewish per-
sonality of our time." said Rabbi
Korf. To his tens of thousands of
Chassidim and hundreds of thou-
sands of supporters and admirers
around the world, he is 'the Rebbe.'
today's most dominant figure in
Judaism, scholar, statesman, ad-
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Friday. March 24, 1972
Tibor Hollo Selected
Dinner Cochairman
Tibor (Tod) Hollo. Miami Beach
Industrialist, has liecn named co-
chairman of the annual Scholar-
ship Ball of the Lehrman Day
School of Temple Emanu-EI, ac-
cording to Leon.vtl Zilbert, gen-
eral chairman of the dinner-dance,
and by Judge Herbert S. Shaoiro
synagogue president. The $125-a-
rouple event is scheduled for Sat-
urday night, April 22. in the Fried-
land Ballroom.
Mr. Hollo, who served as chair-
man of the recer.t national con-
ference of the American Teehnion
Society at the Americana Hotel,
and his wife have been active
workers for the Lehrman Day
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School and Temple Emanu-E! for
several years.
Mrs. Benjamin Beloff, vice pres-
ident of the Temple Emanu El's
Sisterhood, has accepted the posi-
tion of women's division chairman
for the event. She is working with
Mrs. Al Podvin. Sisterhood presi-
dent in planning for the black-
tie event.
Among the cochairmen are Al-
bert Davidson, Richard Essen,
Murry Koretzky, l,conard Fried-
land, William S. Gordon, Harry A.
Levy, Michael Taines, Barton
Goldberg. Jack S. Popick and
Emanuel Mentz.
'WALK' CONDUCTED
BY BESHTY GROUP
When the bksiity Oman
or Beth Mi11Ioni (Beth Sho-
lom Temple Youth) con-
ducted a Wulk-to-Redeem-a-
Soviet-Jew recently, nearly
100 marchers were led by
the Temph-e's spiritual lead-
er Dr. I .eon Kronish.
This i<( the beginning of a
series of walks, talks and
trips, being planned by the
BESHTY group on behalf of
their project to insure the
emigration of at least one
family from the Soviet I'nion
to Israel.

Las Vegas Nite April 15
Saturday, April 13, Suburban
League women will sjionsor a "Las
fund-raiser to benefit Variety Chil-
dren's Hospital are Mrs. Gerald
Kalick and Mrs. Arthur Pepper.
All who attend will l>e winners.
Vegas Nite" at the YMHA, 8500 \ Valuable and unusual prizes will
SW 8th St. Cochairmen of this be offered.
Everything from
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residence is truly loaded with gems for happy owners.
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pool-and-putting green patio underground parking .
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card and billiard room .. well-equipped exercise
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400 feet of warm, sandy beach 400
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approximately 19 feet above sea level ..
superb construction that will
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This is Opal Towers.
This is the real treasure of the
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Models are open every day 9 to 5.
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Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Miller of
227 E. Rivo Alto Dr., hosted a
party in their home in honor of
Israeli pianist David Bar-Ila!i al-
ter his concert Sunday evening, at
Temple Beth Sholom. Among those
present were Rabbi and Mrs. Leon
Kronish, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Mil-
ler, Mr. and Mrs. David Miller,
Mr. and' Mrs. James S. Knopke,
Mr. and Mrs. Eli Katzin, Mr. and
Mrs. David Drucker.
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King's Bay Yacht and Country-
Club has released the names of
several families who recently
joined this very popular club. They
include Mr. and Mrs. Dennis S.
Bookshester, Mr. and Mrs. Ben-
jamin R. Charin, Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel M. Chaiin, Mr, and Mrs.
Nathan Feldman, Mr. and Mrs.
Sherwin S. Henenfeld, Dr. and
Mrs. Roy M. Langer, Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Lesaboy, Mr. and Mrs. Mi-
chael Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce
A. Norris. Mr. and Mrs. Robert S.
Simpson and Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert
Tendler.
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The Pallot family's 21st annual
get-together for the First Seder
at the Eden Roc Hotel will usher
in the Passover festivities Wednes-
day evening, March 29. When the
Pallot family celebrates as a clan,
no home can contain the crowd,
since more than 125 members of
the family and a few- close friends
come from New York, Springfield,
Mass., and Palm Beach for the oc-
casion.
Four generations will be repre-
sented at the First Seder: the two
Deborah Geltzer Becomes Bride Of Julio de Peralta
One-Stop Navy Recruiting
Office In Coconut Grove
A U.S. Navy Naval Reserve
one-stop recruiting office has been
established at the Naval Reserve
Center. 2610 Tigertail Ave., Coco-
nut Grove. The Center's Com-
manding Officer is Robert Bes-
kind. *
The Coconut Grove office, just
about a mile from the southern
terminus of 1-95, is well located
to serve the needs of Dade Coun-
ty's young men and women, in-
cluding those of Navy veterans
from all over South Florida. In-
formation regarding Regular and
Reserve programs can be obtained
at the new office every day and
evening except Sunday and Holi-
days.
brothers, E. Albert Pallot, and
Jack Pallot and their families;
Beulah Pallot, widow of Casper,
Julia Pallot, widow of Moses, and
Gertrude Pallot, widow of Louis.
There will be two sisters, Lillian
(Mrs. Harry) Schulman, and Bet-
ty (Mrs. Milton) Klein, and their
families.
The second generation of sons'
and nephews inc'udes Riclard, I
Norton, Ronald, Norman, Peter, I
and Judge William Pallot and;
their families; Richard Schulman, i
Howard Katzmen, Sidney Hollan- |
der, Dr. Hyman Roberts, Dick
Horwich, and their families.
The- religious services and cere-
monial rites will be conducted by
E. Albert Pallot, who will also act
as host and master of ceremonies.
Each of the adults will read a
portion of the Ha^gadah. All of
the children, the third and fourth
generations, will join in asking the
four questions traditionally put by |
the youngest child in the family.
Deborah Ann Geltzer became
the bride of Julio Grave de Peralta
Sunday. March 19. at the Algiers
Hotel. Judge Irving Cypen offici-
ated at the 7:30 p.m. rites, which
were followed by a reception at
the hotel.
The bride, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Max Geltzer, 7985 Crespi
Blvd.. Miami Bca^h, graduated
from Miami Beach High School and
the University of Florida. Her hus-
band, the son of Mr. anj Mrs.
Gonzolo Grave de Peralta, 760)
W. 16th Ave., Hialeah, graduated
from Hialeah High School and the
University of Florida, where he is
presently studying civil engineer-
ing in the graduate school.
The new Mrs. de Peralta selected
a long white dress for hor wedding
''. carried a bouquet of lilacs.
She was attended by Jane Geltzer,
maid ot honor, and bridesmaids
Rachel Carity and Ellen Siepser.
*"*p "room was served by Renato
Tirador, best man and Osvaldo
ban an ana Jose Rodrigues, ushers.
The couple will b.o at home in
Gainesville while the bridegroom
continues his education.
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Contact ERWIN K. WEITZ,
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A large selection of
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Jewish Fkridfiatn
Friday, March 24. 1973
'Israel Passover Festival'
Evening Of Music, Comedy
flocator Miami residents will bo.
t iflicd to an evening of songs,
Comedy and music at the Miami
Poach Auditorium Sunday. April
2 when producer Arie Kaduri pre-
tils the "Israel Passover Fes^-
. .1." starring (iuola GilY,' The
1 in 1 ., Four 1 Arbaah Kolotel, the
< imeay of ESddie Schaffer and the
11-ic of David Lester and his
.'li.stra.
Guela Gill. Israel'', most popular
,'.. is on the top of Israel's
1 it-pkrade as a recording artist.
; id is recognized as an interna-
tional Star fhe world over. She
Fines in lti lancuaces and has ap-
p artd in Canada. North and South!
America and throughout Europe.
Her television credits include the
top variety shows and she has sung
I r songs in the country's best
htclubs.
The festival is being presented
: a benefit for the United Syria-1
. riii- Youth of America, with the
roceeds going toward their vouth
projects in Israel. Tickets are tax
ceductihle. and special considera-
tion will be given to synagogue
group*.
Tickets are on sale now at
the auditorium box offico.Au. may
Be obtained from the USY offices.
2355 Salzedo St., Coral Gables.
Judge Friedman Speaking
Circuit Court Judge Milton A.
Friedman will be the main speaker
at the Shrine luncheon to be held
at the Holi.'ay Inn, 2201 Collins
Ave., Miami Beach. Wednesday
noon. His topic will be "My Ex-
IH'iiences on the Bench."
Auxiliary Election Set
The Mt. Sinai Medical Center
Auxiliary will meet to elect new
officers and a Board of Directors j
for the coming year on Friday.
April 7 at 10:.'!0 a.m. in the Wolf- |
son Auditorium, according to Mrs.
Milton Sirkin. publicity chairman.
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Conversion
NEW YORK (JTA) Actress i
Elizabeth Taylor, seen on televi-,
slon's "David Frost Show" last'
week in an interview filmed in
Budapest to mark her 40th birth-
day explained how she converted ,
to Judaispi after her third hus-
band, film producer Mike Todd, ,
died in a plane crash in 1958.
"Mike and I talked about it for |
a long time," she said, "and he
said, 'Baby, don't go into it hur-
riedly. It's a big decision and I
don't want you to make a rash |
decision. It's a big decision and
do it slowly and carefully and
study it and know what you're
doing exactly."
So I had been studying it and
I was fairly well convinced that
I wanted to become Jewish when
that (the crash i happened, and
then finally I did. It took a year
of study, and believe me it's hard
study.
It took a year, and studying
with a rabbi every day and learn-
ing things. I'm afraid now a lot
I've forgotten -- you know, the
names of 'Abraham begat' and all
that."
The London-horn actress, now
the wife of WcLsli actor Richard
Burton, said Judaism had helped
her through her various illnesses.
She gave her Hebrew name as
Elishi Bat-Rachaei.
Paddock Judge Appointed
Marshall Parsons, general man-
ager of Flagler Kennel Club, has
announced the appointment of
Jimmie Richardson, 28, as Pad-
dock Judge for the upcoming ra-
cing season. Mr. Richardson is ,
7-year veteran of the greyhound
sport, and has served as Assistant
Paddock Judge at both the West
Memphis and Hollywood Dog
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Tickets available for
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Friday, March 24. 1972
. knisti Meridian
Page 11-3
Parkway Auxiliary Makes
Scholarships Available
High school seniors seeking ca-
rren in the health field hav un-
til April 7 to apply for scholarships,
according to Mrs. David L. Cro-
wcll. scho'aishln chairman of the
Parkway (>ffc*raPlrMpH^^u\*iri-"
nrv.
To be eligible, applicants mus*
have a high academic record, must
be in need and must live in the
area serviced by Parkway General
Hospital. Applications may he ob-
tained by writing the Parkwav
ral Hospital Auxiliary, lfiO
NW 170th St., North Miami B,ach
Scholarships will be awar.'wd al
the Auxiliary Installation an 1
Awards Luncheon May 3 in the
Eden Roc Hotel,
Post-Auxiliary Ward Pa ty
To Be Held At VA Hospital
The Jewish War Veterans of
The United Slates. West Miami
Pos1 No. 22.'!, and its Ladies Aux-
iliary are sponsoring a ward party
at the Veterans Hospital Saturday
evening, April 1. Prizes will lie
given and refreshments served.
Daniel Frcund is Hospital chair-
man for the Post, and Florence
Grossman for the Ladies Aux-
Uiary.
Officers elected to serve the Jewish Home for the Aged for
the coming year included (seated left to right) Mrs. Georcje
Israel, associate recording secretary; Mrs. So! Silverrnan,
financial secretary; Mrs. Lawrence Silverrnan, recording
secretary; Jcck Popick, president; Mrs. Lilyan Beckermcn,
corresponding secretary; Mrs. Fay Ablin Stein, honoru-y
vice president; (standing left to right) Leo Rose, Jr., past
president; David B. Fleeman, honorary vice president; Mcr-
shall Wise, vice president; Aaron Kruvitz, vice president;
Baron deHirtch Meyer, honorary vice president; Sam Hci-
man, vice president; Col. Jaccb M. Arvey, honorary vice
president; Samuel D. Ruby, honorary vice president, and
Stanley M. Beckermun, treasurer. Also elected were Jud;;e
Irving Cypar, honorary president; Louis Bresler, honorary
vice president, and Al Ossip, vice president.
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Jewlst.ncrldian
Friday, March 24, 1972
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Robert Co/sk, Georje Vo/pe
Cory f de/sf ein
JON PATHMAN
Jon, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Lee Pathman, will be called to
the Torah as a Bar Mitzvah Sat-
urday, March 25, at 10:45 a.m.
at Temple Beth Sholom.
Jon is a student of the confirma-
tion class of 5733.
f> -d #
MARK FINKELSTEIN
Mark Steven, the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel Finkelstcin, will
conduct the worship service and
read from the Torah at Temple
Beth El Saturday, March 25.
The celebrant is a student nt
McN'ieol Junior High School, where
he is in the seventh grade.
Mark's parents will sponsor the
Onog Shabbat in his honor. Among
the guests will be his maternal
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. E--
ward Rosenstein, Hollywood; Mr,
and Mrs. Nathan Finkelsteln, Mr.
and Mrs. L<>e Finkelsteln, Mr. and ,
Mrs. Louis Weiss, Baltimo-e Mi i f,lth *In:e C,asS'
. V
Michael Dubnick
Jon Pathman
MSA MARCUS
Lisa, the daughter of Mrs. Alma
Marcus, will observe her Bat M:tz-
vah Friday evening, March 24, at
Beih Torah Congregation.
The celebrant, a seventh grade
stud, nt at John F. Kennedy Junior
High School, attends Beth Torah's
Harold Wo'l; Religious School
whe-e she U a member of the
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Katzner. Bowl-
ing Green. Ohio; Mr. and Mrs.
Stanley Albert, Mr. a-xi Mrs. Don-
ald Gertlcr and Mrs. Samuel Wein-
stein, Washington, D.C.
-H -to &
<;i:oK(.k volpe
George, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Ben Volpe of Miami Baeh, will
become a Bar Mitzvah Sa'urday
March 25. at the Cuban Heb-ev-
Congregation services in facilities
at 1234 Washington Ave.
George is a student at th He-
brew Academy of Greater Miami
where he is in the seventh grade.
The celebrant will be honored
at a reception and dinner hosted
by his parents in the Deauville
Hotel Saturday evening.
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GARY EDELSTEIN
Saturday, March 25, at Beth
Torah Congregation, Gary, the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Edelstein,
will observe his Bar Mitzvah.
The celebrant, a seventh-grade
honor student at John F. Kennedy-
Junior High School, attends Beth
Torah's Harold Wolk Relieious
School, where he is in the fifth
grade class.
Mr. and Mrs. Edelstein will ho=t
the Kicdush following the services
in their son's honor. Among the
guests will be his grandparents
from New York.
# V V
MICHAEL DUBNICK
Michael, the son of Mrs. Char-
lotte D'ibniek, will celebrate his
Bar Mitzvah at Beth To-ah Con-
gregation during the worship serv-
ices Saturday, March 25.
A member of the fourth p> 1
class at Beth Torah's Harold Wo'k
Religious School, the cleb^ant is
on the honor roll at Johii F. Ken-
nedy Junior Hirh School, where he
is in the seventh grade.
Michael's mother will sooo=or
the Kiddush following the service0
in his honor.
V- & #
SUSAWNB BOTMAN
Susa^ne, the daughter of Al-
and Mrs. Alex Roiman. will he-
come a Bat Mitzvah during the
late Fri'av pvenin'
Beth Torah Congregation March
24.
A member of the Dr"-Ponf!rrrm-
tlon class at Beth Torah's HaroH
Wolk Religious School. Susanne
attends John F. Kennedy Junto*-
High School, where she is in the
seventh grade. She is listed on
her sch ioI's honor roll.
Susanne's parents will snonso*-
the One* Shabbat fo1 lowing the
services in honor of the occasion.
Lisa's mothr-i will sponsor the
Onep Shabbat following .he serv-
ices in her honor.
f> Vr -ft
ROBERT COLSKY
Robert, the sen of Dr. and Mrs.
Sol C'olsky, will become Bar Mitz-
vah Saturday, March 25, at Tern
p!e Zion.
Robert is a seventh grade stu-
dent at Palmetto Junior High
School, where he plays clarinet in
the band.
Dr. and Mrs. Colsky will host
the Oneg Shabbat Friday night
and the Kic'dush Saturday morn-
ing following the services. A re-
ception and dinner in Robert's hon-
or will also be held Saturday
evening at the Eden Roc Hotel.
Among the honored guests will be
his grandparents, Rene and Si Ka-
gen. Guests will also be arriving
from New York, New Jersey and
Tennessee.
Poll Shows Only One
Third Are Willing
| To Make Sacrifices
NEW YORKOnly one-third of \
Israel's populace, would be wil'ing
to sacrific their economic advan-
tages and go back to an austerity
system in the country if that were
needed to take care of newly-
arrived immigrants according to
a recent poll conducted by Puiblc
Opinion Research of Israel Ltd.
and reported here by the Amer-
ican Jewish Committee.
The poll, part of continuation by the Committee of
its surveys of Israeli attitudes.
They constitute an integral part
of its overall program to develop
greater understanding between Is-
i rael and the United States.
The attitudes of Israelis on their
willingness to accept austerity
conditions varied widely by age.
Only 23% of the sample queried
in the 18-29 age bracket indicated
a willingness to accept those con-
ditions for the sake of immigrant
absorption. On the other hand,
517c of those in the 50-59 age
group answered "Yes" to t he
query.
In terms of the educational
background of the sample group,
persons with college education
indicated a greater willingness to
make the sacrifices required in
their standard of living for the
sake of immigrant needs while
those with lesser education were
less willing to make these adjust-
ments. As might be expected, peo-
ple in lower income categories
were less willing to sacrific than
were people with higher incomes.
The American Jewish Commit-
tee, founded in 1906, is this coun-
try's pioneer human relations or-
ganization. It combats bigotry,
protects the civil and religious
rights of Jews at home and abroad,
and seeks improved human rela-
tions for all people everywhere.
BBW Chapter Meeting
Emma Lazarus Chapter, P'nai
B'rith Women will meet Tuesday
at 8 p.m. in the Jefferson National
Bank, 301 Arthur Goctfrey Rd.
Hostesses for the meeting are
Rose Kovler and Eleanor Gibbs;
Harriet Cohen is presiding. The
public is invited.
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same people pledged in 1971. Pictured at the event are
attorney Ben Essen, who is chairman of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation's campaign High-Rise Division, and Mrs.
Arthur Winorick, chairman of the Arlen Beach Apartments
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+ Jen 1st) fler Id lar
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Opal Towers Is Built
From 'Coast-to-Coast'
Opal Towers, located on the sole
thorough fare in Hillsborough
Beach, Hwy. A-l-A, can boast that
it is built from coast-to-coast on
the Gold Coast. It offers views of
both the Atlantic Ocean and the
fWr&ostal WerW*-'^ *"
Owners of apartments in the
two existing 10-story towers know
that one needn't be a millionaire
to live on "Millionaire's Mile"as
Hillsboro Beach has long been
known. Despite that tag. Opal
Towers apartments, which come in
one bedroom and two bedroom
styles, are priced extremely low.
The complex, at 1149 Hillsboro
Blvd., is becoming more and more
popular, especially with those
seeking escape from congestion,
dirt and noise. The area has long
been noted for its unspoiled nat-
ural environment. And although
Opal Towers is conveniently near
the facilities necessary for easy,
relaxed living, it seems far from
the hustle and bustle of city life.
Social events for apartment
residents and their friends are
held on a regular basis, for de-
veloper Walter B. Schreiber Sr. is
a firm believer in the "one big
happy family" concept. "It can no
longer be said that in apartment
buildings one rarely gets to know
his neighbors," Mr. Shreiber de-
clares. "Well-run complexes like
I
Opal Towers are changing all '
that."
A retired Detroit industrialist,
Mr. Schreiber plays a dual roie at
Opal Towers. He and his wife,
PfL havj their "dream house"
oWThe top floor of Towers North.
and he is the apartment owner
who is first to complain to the
establishment when things don't
go exactly right.
Walter B. Schreiber Jr., who
was recently named general man-
ager of Opal Towers and executive
vice president of Opal Towers De-
velopment Corporation, has spent
the past several years managing
another successfull Schreiber en-
terprisean apartment in Bay
Harbor Islands.
14 Army Reservists Refuse
To Take Back Their Cards
JERUSALEM (JTA)A group
of 14 Jerusalem men who turned
in their Army reserve cards in
protest against their economic
plight have refused to take their
cards back but said they would
serve if called to duty. Eleven of
the group turned up for a meet-
ing with Maj. Gen. Shlomo Lahat,
Chief of the Army's manpower
branch, who had invited all of the
protestors for a talk at General
Staff headquarters.
The General informed them that
they had broken Army regulations
by turning in their cards. They
replied that they would report for
duty if called, but meanwhile they
wanted their protest to be wide-
ly heard. All aie past the age for
active military service and several
are married. They are not likely
to be called for duty unless an
emergency occurs.
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Friday. March 211972
Carner Bank
Of Israeli M
Carrier Bank of Miami Brac:i
will be the exclusive distributor of
1-1.1,'li Coin Mini Sets in DadV
County for 1972, according to Aba]
Holtz, fir.-i vice president. The
u ej ollected from the sets will
_ i towards prese ving various his-
torical sites in Israel, Mr. Holtz
added.
Rafael AM'.:. a (''111-111 of Israel
I Directoi for North Anv rica
' the Israel Govi rnment's Ci bits
I M Is < Corporation ill he at
the Can.1 r Bank Tuesdey to kid:
ofl this year'j coin sales. The coins
w ill be mad .1 ailable to the pub-
Ij Wednesday.
Tlie high point of the kickof!
1 will be when Mr. Aldor pre-
si nis tl-Ls year's coin mint sets
1 unvi lls a modem coin display.
depicting the history of th people
ol Israel through their coins and
medals.
Each year the government of
Israel issues these sets to certain
Ibutors in America. The sets.
mintmarked with a tiny six-
pointed Star of David, arc ii se-
rially numbered The denomina-
tions Included are all the si\ cur-
r< ni coin in cir :ulation: 1 ai ora
5 10 and agorot, 'a and l lira *
CIL>.
In addition to the official MhV
Marked Sets, the r.'T:1 Jerusalem
it wallets, arc b 'Ing released ston- ,
Distributor
int Coin Set
Ultaneously. The costs of the set-
are $4.25 abd $3.73 if purchased
at the Carner Bank. An addit:onal
50 cents will be required if they
are ordered through the mail.
Happenings
Douglas \v. Burton, president
of Burton Electric Company and
Leonard Solomon, president of
Sheffield Industries Division of
J. P. Stevens & Company, have
been elected directors of United
National Bank of Westlam', the
new bank at 1750 West 49th St..
Hialeah, according to Peter 9.
1111-111111.11 president.
Bernard Janis, president of
MGIC-Janls Proper11 Inc., has
been elected acting chairman of
the hoard of Republic National
Bank. Mr. Janis on of the
leading developers in South
Florida and his father, the late
Ernest Janis, were co-founders
of Republic National Bank. He
has served M n director since
the banks founding in Novem-
ber 1965.
& a
Joseph Brodes, who designed
more than (>()'; of Miami Beach
municipal structures since .join-
ing the City in 1946. will retire
March 31. Mr. Brodes. a native
Floridian. will go Into private
practice with a local engineer-
ing firm.
Night Club Party Saturday
Ahavat Shalom Congregation's
Sisterhood is sponsoring a night
club party at 9 p.m. Saturday in
the Jolsnn Room of the Crown
Motel. For reservations, contact
Be Harrla, Sisterhood president,
or Dorothy Richman.
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Israel Friendship Tours
Lists Shavuot Itinerary
A limited number of reserva-
llons are still available for the
special Shavuot Tour sponsored by
Israel Friendship Tours in coopcra-
lion with El ai brae] Airlines. The
group departs Miami Miiy 14 and
I returns June 4, according to Mrs.
Edward iChariotte) Tumaroff, di-|
rector of Israel Friendship Tours.
'< I
Reservations ami acWIMeaal i
information tor the Siinvilot ,
Tour anil later, mill-summer
trips to Israel may le obtained,
; by telephoning &M-M03 or at
I the ortiees. Iluoiii 2'!.">. One I.in- \
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I Tin- Shavuot tour, which pro-
'. vides three weeks in Israel ai the
' special rate of SLOW Miami to
Miami
includes all
expense!
and deluxe, four-star accommoda-
tions. Mrs. Tumaroff said.
Highlights of the tour include
-pec i;il, visits to Jerusalem, Haifa,
Tel Aviv, Masada, Bethlehem. He.
bron, Bcersheba ana other tourist
centers.
In addition, study missions will
he made to Israeli facilities *pofl.
-ureil by Greater Miamians mi.-|i
as the Else Bonem Medical Center
in Ramla, the South Florida His-
tadrut Medical Center in Beer-
sheba, the Ruth and Jack Popick
Humanities Building of Hebrew
University and the many facili-
ties i educated by Mortis Newmark,
Samuel Feinstein and other Ills-
tadrut leaders. Adv.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
This is to certify that we the undersigned Beth Din are
satisfied with the amicable procedure to settle the con-
troversy between Rabbi Shimon Murciano and the Hillel
Community Day School.
Therefore, we are hereby removing the "issur"
placed upon candidates to apply for the position of
Principal in the said school.
Respectfully submitted:
(SIGNED)__________________________________________
RABBI TIB0R H. STERN
RABBI BEREL WEIN
RABBI PHINEAS WEBERMAN
We the undersigned are pleased to announce the com-
pletion of successful negotiations between the Executive
Board of The Hillel Community Day School and its former
principal.
Now that this matter has been properly resolved, we
join the Beth Din in removing the issur off Hasagat
G'vul for teachers and principals in the institute of Toroh
learning.
Rabbi Shimon Azulay, President,
Hebrew Educators Alliance
Mrs. Gladys Diamond, Vice-President
Mr. Sholem Epelbaum, Vice-President
Rabbi Moshe Greebel Mr. Emanuel Feder
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross Mr. Nathan Greene
Rabbi Sholem Lipskar Mr. Herael Honor
Mrs. Oscar Schmerler Mr. Irvin Pachter
Mr. Benjamin Udoff


Kday, March 24, 1972
vJenlsfi fkridUan
Page 15-5
bituaries
WAGNER
Kuth V., 71. >f M.H. missed away
M.rvh 1!'. A resident lion* j-hirr
1M* oomlni from Hull) more Md.
Survived 1<> husband Xal uf MB.'.
four nephews and one niece. Mem-
ber of Pioneer Women, Karbond,
paal prisidcni of Hebrew Teacher* m
A Dotation. Funeral servlcee were
hld ai Riverside Memorial Chapel,
iic'O AJtr'n ltd. Interment In lit
Nriio Cemetery.
ITCMK
Samuel, 75. of Miami Reach passed
.may March 10. Formerly of llrook-
l>u, N.Y., he was a MB. resident
II years. A member of Temple
Kmunu-El Hinlik-llcn (iurion branch
of Farband. He is survived by his
widow, Anna. non Dr. Allen of Mi-
ami, two brothers and two sisters,
all of New York City, and one
k-nuuLson. Shiva was observed at
13,'i45 S.W. 72nd Ct. Funeral services
were hold Friday at Riverside Me-
morial, Chapel. 1920 Alton Rd.. fol-
lowed by interment at Star of David
Cemetery.
DAWER
Sigmund. 7:>, of M.H. passed away
March IS. A resident here 1.1 yearn
coming from New York. Survived by
his wi.iow, Hebecca. throe daUKhters
Mrs. 1'earl .Mendelsohn of Baal
Meadow, N.Y., Mrs. Annette firay-
son. Scarsdalc. N.V. and Mrs. Mari-
lyn Schneider. Miami, two sisters
Mrs. Anna (ioldstein and Mrs Rom
t lo'zman both <.f Los Angeles. Calif
vi and. hii.il-, n Ellen ifaaon, Phillip
Qrayaon. Marc and Unda Mendel-
sohn. Formerly a leading Importer
if cultured pearls and a manufac-
turer of costume Jewelry for over so
years, Slg Dnwer Import Corp. of
;\'w. 5. CMy-j Past-president of
i.nai lirnh. Gold Coast Lodge IMS-
member of Klwania, life lung
active in li.<-nl Demo-
Funeral services were
at Riverside Memorial
Alton ltd. with Inter-
Mason, was
ii.tic Party,
held Mondav
"Impel, 1R0
mont In I-akcside Memorial I'ark.
/IESENFELD, William M.. 71 8770
Indian < reek in-., m.h. Newman
Interment .Mt. Nebo
BLOCK, fleorge s., Bi..' J1JJ N. .,v.
shore Dr. Hlasberir. J
lniwVN.Vr,r H,nrv' 7'' "f N.M.R
I w t- u, ','rv' r'7' 7f,-:' Hardhii Ave.,
I M.H. Hlnsbcrg.
[DONN. Phil, 72. KllSil Collins Ave.,
I -M.i.. Riverside.
IDUKOR, Ann. (, I74fi Meridian Ave..
Mil. Itlasberg. '
I '\VVfn'i Atn,"h- 88' 6M3 Collins Ave.,
-M.H. Blnsberg.
IMULROY, Flora, 82, 341 73rd St.,
M.B. Riverside.
SCHNIER, Mary. R", of M.U.
SCHULMAN, Jacob, 77, of Mil.
Riverside.
SIDMAN, Ray, 72, 715 MichlRnn Ave,
Mil. Qordon.
yuseni NHthaii;iTt, 1465 N. Treas-
ure Dr., X. Huy Village. Blasberg.
BROWN, Qertrude, ''.'.'. 16o N.k, 2"3rd
Ter.
BROWN. Tillie, SO, 2111 N.W. North
River Dr. (iordon. Interment Star
of I'avid.
EVANTASH, Nathan. 81, 17501 Col-
lins Ave., M.H. Newman.
FELDMAN. Helen, 71, of .M.B
FRIEDMAN, Charles. M.i, ;,:|:|ll Collins
Ave., m.h. Blasters;.
GARFINKLE, StglUond, 72. 1228
Pennsylvania Ave., M.B
Newman,
GREENBERG. Mildred, 74. 17050 VE.
14th Ave., N.M.B. Interment Mt.
Sinai.
KAUFMAN. Bertha. 70, IMS S.
Tr.asui.- Dr., N. Hay Village.
Riverside.
KISCO. .Mary A., 67, 252 N.E. 54th
St. Newman.
SKOLNIK, Harry, 77, 1120 Collins
Ave., M.H. Hlasberg.
SUTOW, Ulllan, 7U. of M.B. River-
side.
WEITHORN, Edward, 77, of M.B.
Riverside.
ALCHEH. Bile Akaviah. 86. 1B98
Jefferson Ave., M.H. Riverside.
Interment .Mt. Sinai.
BABBIT, Samuel, 63. 12321 S.W. 28th
St. Cordon.
GREENBURG, I.nuis. 65. S26 Penn-
sylvania Ave., m.U. Riverside,
JOSEPH. Harnet, 65, 8850 Carlvle
Ave., M.B Riverside
KACHUCK, Maurice. 77, 17:7 Collins
Ave., M.H. Newman.
KWART, Joseph w., 76, 2215 Wash-
ington Ave., M.H. Newman.
MOSHINSKY. David. 87. 144"0 S.W.
Nth ct. Cordon. Interment Mt.
SANDERS, Solomon, S'i, 1621 Collins
Ave., M.H. Riverside.
SILVER. Tillie, 74. 12!'55 N.F. 6th
Ave North Miami. Interment Mt.
Sinai
SOTAX, Ceoi-ge, 67, 127 N.K. 5ili St.
Cordon.
STYLER, Brnesl U., 68, of Bay
Harbor Island. Riverside.
WITKIN, Samuel, 75. 1674" N.K. Ill
Ave.. N.M.H Riverside.
BERMAN, Anna. 72, 1415 16th St.,
M.B Riverside.
burke, Jerry J., 19, n.,. N.W, 16th
Ave, Hlasberg.
DWORK. Albert, 3741 Indian Creek
Dr., M.H Hlasberg.
FIEG, l.ouls. 75, 2H80 N.K. 808th Ter.,
N.M.H. Hlasberg.
FRANK, Abraham I.., 74. 17"!0 X.K,
14th Ave., N..M.U.
GREENSPAN. Irving. 77, 17055 N.W.
I'th Ct Interment Mt. Nebo.
MICHNICK. .Max 83. 2819 Sheridan
Ave.. M.H. Newman.
MILLER, Sophie. 66, 4441 Collins Ave.,
Mil. Hlasberg.
ROSENFELO, i-eopold. 72, 1414 N.K.
181st St.. N.M.H. Riverside.
SCHWEIGER, Abe. 72, 1400 X.K. 169lh
St., N..M.II. Riverside.
SHAW, Jacob, 73, 40 Uelle Isle. M.B
Hlashcrg.
SHERMAN, Harry, 83, 9175 Hay Dr.,
Surfslde. Newman.
SILVER, Tillie. 74. I It 95 N K. 6th.
Ave.. North Miami.
SUDDENDORF, Ann II.. 75. 300 N.W.
177th St., N.M.H. Newman.
WISEBORD, |saa. M.. Ml, 9201 Collins
Ave., M.B. Ulasberg.
ZUCKER, Saul. 7". of N.M.B
GITTER, David, 65. of M II. River-
side. Interni.nl Mt. Nebo.
GOODMAN, Ronald, 44. 4.4" Adams
Ave., M.B. Newman. Interment Star
of David.
LOEBL, Rose. 76, 1015 N.K. 163rd St.,
N.M.B
LUCAS, Herman, 70. 6300 Sheridan
Ave.. m.h. Newman.
permison, William. 72. 926 Michigan
.>., M.H. Riverside.
POMP, Sam, 84, 105" Pennsylvania
Ave.. Mil. Hlasberg.
RACHELSON, Irving, 77. of Ml:.
Newman.
RUSSACK, Morton. 69. 3300 Chase
Ave., M.B Riverside.
SAFFER, Barney, 73, of Miami. Inter-
ment Star of David.
SOLOMON, Victoria, 84. 466 N.K.
176th St.. N.M.H. Blasherg.
BURKE, Jacob, 77, 7915 Indian Creek
Dr., Mil. Rlnsberg.
HOLTZ, Hyman, 80, 1200 West Ave.,
MB. niasberg.
LAPIDUS, Battle, 68. 16701 X.K. 14th
Avi -., N.M.H. Riverside.
LEVINE, Lewis, 63. 619 Meridian Ave..
M.B. Newman.
BOGDANOFF, Fannie. 74, of .M.B.
Riverside.
COHEN, Rebecca. 75. 347 Washington
Ave., M.H. Riverside.
FORMAN, Abraham. 7". 901 Collins
An.. M.U. Hlasberg.
FRIEDENSTEIN. Abraham. 91. 1746
Meridian Ave., M.U. Riverside.
KAHN, Saul, 62. 800 Uayvicw Dr.,
N.M.H. RlversHe.
KAPLAN, Herman. SI, 1110 X.K.
176th SV. N.M.B
KATZOFSKY. Jacob, SI. SOS Collins
Ave.. M.B. Riverside.
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
I.
lEGAt NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
DADE, FLORIDA.
CASE NO. 72-5b32
IN UK THE MARRIAGE OF
ANTONIO AVGL'STO M'.\I3
ill SUAND.
AND
ELVIRA SANCHEZ NUNEZ,
WIFE.
NOTICE TO DEFEND
vor. Kivn-a Bunches Xun.z. whose
HFUmBWIB IS I'NkytOWN, are re-
quired lo file ail Answer to the Peti-
tion For Marriage Dissolution Kith
the Clerk of this Court, and serve ii
copy thereof upon J. c. Laussel, 1770(4)
\Vesl Flagler Btreat, Miami. Florida
3318S, your husband's lawyer, not :
later than April 2S, 1972. otherwise
Default will be entered against vou.
DATED: 15 March, 1972.
K. H. l.cntherman. Clerk,
By: R. M. KI88EK
Deputy Clerk. Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Heal)
3/24-31 4/7-14
In Loving Memory
MEYER "MIKE"
FORER
A Good Life Has Its
Number of Days .
But a GOOD NAME
Lives on FOREVER!
We Miss You Very
Much...
Your Family,
Ida, Henry, Mindi, Joe
and Grandchildren
Jack, Michael and
Anna Louise
Entered Into Sternal Rest March 29, 1967
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
TREBLE CLEF at Miami Beach,
Florida intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade Court, Florida.
MIA.M1 REACH SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA
a Florida corporation, not for profit
MoRTDX B. ZEMBL
Attorney for applicant
1875 N.K. 1113rd St.
North Miami Beach, Fla.
3/17-24-31 4/7
GELB
MONUMENTS INC.
Open [very Oay C/oird So-bboth
140 SW 57th Ave. MO 1-8583
Mian.i i Only Strictly Jewiih
Monument Dealer
Palmers
Miami Monument Company
3279 S.W. 8th Street, Miami
444-0921 444-0922
Personalized Memorials Custom
Crafted in our own workshop.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-1460
JOHN R. BLANTON
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Kstate of
ISA HELL KKXDRICK
Deceased,
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Bald
Estate:
You are herchy notified and re-
quired lo present any claims and de-
mands which vou may have against
the estate of I8ABBLL KKXDRICK
deceased late of Daile County, Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade Counly.
and file the same in duplicate anil as
provided in Section 783.10, Florida
Statutes, In their offices ill the Coun-
ts Courthouse in Dade County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the time Of the first publication here-
of, or the same will he barred,
Dated at Miami. Florida, this Jl day
of .March ,A.D. 1971.
MARIK Rl'BIXo
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the 84th day of March. 1978.
I'\'i: LANDER & BURNETT
By: MARTIN BPRNETT
Attorney for Estate
1 Lincoln Road Building
.Miami Beach. Fla. 3313*
8 34-31 I 7-1 I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Notice 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
REG I'l.l MANN REALTY at 820S
S.W. 124th Street, Miami. Florida 83150
Intends to register said name with the
Clerk of Hie Circuit Court Of Dade'
County, Florida.
REG II.I.MANN REALTY
hy Reg iTllmann
MARSHALL is. FISHER
Attorney for req ULLMANN
REALTY
8308 8.W. 124th Street
Miami, Florida 881S0
:: 14-31 I 7-14
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
NO. 72-1225
IN PROBATE
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In ItE: Estate of
LOUIS W. ROSEN,
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 LOUIS W. ROSEN de-
ceased late of Dude County, Florida,
to Ho- County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same in duplicate and as
provided in Section 7:43.10. Florida
Statutes, in their offices In the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County. Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the time of the first puhlicntion here-
of, or the same will he barred.
Haled at .Miami. Florida, this 3rd
day of .March, A.D. 17^.
/s/ Martha Rosen
/s/Lester II. Rosen
As Co-Executors
First publication of this notice on
the L'4 day of March. 1978.
ARONOVITZ, SILVER & Booth
By: i*l Max It. Silver
Attorney for Co-ExecUtOrs
'."N Alnsley Building
: L-4-:: l 1 7-14
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUPT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
No. 72-942
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
SYLVIA coti.oW
11. 'eased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Ha' -
ing Claims or Demands Against s,
J*UUc: .
ii'u ar.- hereby notified and i -
nulred to present any claim., and d -
mauds which you may have again-c
the estate of SYLVIA COTLOW d -
ceased late of Dade County, Florid..
j to the Count) Judges of Dade County,
and file the same In duplicate and us
I provided in Section 713.19, Florida
Statutes. In their offices in the Cog -
t.v Courthouse in Dssle County, l-"l< -
Ida, within six calendar months fn in
Hi. lime ,,r the first publication h -
of. or the same will be barred.
Dated at .Miami. Florida, this 13 d..*
of March. AD 1978.
H KILM A N COT IJ \V
A-s Executor
First publication of this notice <'.
the 24 day of March. 1A72.
1 ROVER WBINSTEIN ft
STAUBER. I'.A.
By: SHKItWlN STAUBER. ESQ
Attorney for Estate of Sylvia Cotlnv
ISO Lincoln Road
.Miami Beach, Florida
3/34-31 4 7-1*
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
NO. 72-1319
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
.MHllAEl. KETCHEL
l deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
nuired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of MICHAEL KETCHEL
deceased late of Dade County. Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade Counly.
and fill- the same In dupUoate and as
provided in Section 733.lfi. Florida
Statutes, in their offices In the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 14 day
Of .March. A.D. 1!'7J.
ELFREDA KETCHEL
THE MIAMI BEA( II
FIRST NATIONAL HANK
liy: PETER A. ISAIA
As Executors
Firs! publication of this notice on
the -'4 day of March. 1978.
Sparber, Zemel, Koskin &
llellbronner. I'.A.
Attorneys for Executors
100 x Blscayne Blvd.
:i 24-31 1 7-14
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH =
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-5967
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE .MARRL\UK OF
ROBERTA C. SAFI,
\\ II-
and
ZOUHAIR A SAFI,
Husband
TO: ZOUHAIR A SAFI
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that mi action for Dissolution o| Mar-
riage has been filed against you ai d
you are required to serve a copy ,.i
your written defenses. If any, to it
i on ENiiEl. , for Petitioner, whose address is lejM)
N.W, mill Avenue. Suite 17-''.. Miami.
Florida, and fib- the original with tile
.lerk of the abov. styled court on or
before April ^7. 1978: otherwise a die-
fault will he entered against you f.r
the relief demanded in the complai >t
<>r petition.
This notice shall be published on. -
each week for four consecutive w.-,-1 -.
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal or
said court at Miami, Florida on this
:\ day of March, 1M2.
E. B. leathermax.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By: C, P. coi'EI-AXD
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
EXCEL HAI.FERX
1400 N.W. lth Avenue. Suite 17-0
Miami. Florida '
Attorneys for Petitioner
9/84-31 4, 7-14
^ZttentiV/tyel
Member:
National Funeral
Directors Assn.
Florida Funeral
Directors Assn.
j.r.D.A.
865-2353
/iO Snnly fim streM
t*.o#ii,n
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
notice IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
SAM AL- SARAHS BEAUTY SHOP al
1030 Washington Avenue. Miami Reach
Intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
ISRAEL SOBNOWIC!!
SARAH SOSNOWICZ
HENRY NORTON
Attorney for Anpllennts
1400 Blscayne Building
8/84-81 4.7-14
ATTORNEYS!
ATTENTION
fOR MlSSNGfR SERViCl
*Jenisfi ik>ridHain
solicits your legal notices
Weappreciateyour
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at idea!
rates.
Dial 373-4605
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-1334
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Estate of
Nicholas Furfero
Deceased.
To ah Creditors and All Person* Hav I
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You arc hereby notified and re- i
quired to present any claims and de-
mauds which you may have against
the estate of Nicholas Furfero de- I
ceased late of Bergen County, New j
Jersey, lo the County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same In dupll- |
.-ate and as provided in Section 733.18.
Florida Statutes, in their offices iii
the County Courthouse hi Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within six calendar
months from the time of the first
publication hereof, or the same "ill
be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this ilst
day of February, A l> 1878.
Qordon S. Freesmiin
Union city. New Jersey 07087
188 Thirty-Eighth Street
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
the :'4 day of March, 1878.
Mnlcnlm II. Friedman
Attorney for Beneficiary
sun Douglas Road
Coral Gables, Fla.
8 .'l-SI 4 7-14
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 72-5909
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN HE: The Marriage of
WILLIE l-AHKENCK
VVHITTINQTON,
Husband
and
MARDEBN \YIIITTINiITON,
Wife
YOU WILLIE LAWRENCE UIIIT-
TINOTON, 88 Nebraska Avenue. West
Aehevllle, North Carolina "ssi'i: ARE
HEREBY NOTIFIED to file your
written defense to this divorce with
the Court's Clerk and serve a copy
upon Plaintiff's Attorneys. VON
ZAMFT SMITH. l'.lL' Capital Hank
Itldg., Miami, Florida on or before
the :'7 day of April. 11'72. else the Com-
plaint will be taken as......fessed
DATED: March 80, 1873.
i: B. I KATHERMAX. CLERK
BY: C. P Ct IPELAND
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Com i S. al i
1/84-31 4 7-14
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 72-5831
NOTICE OF SUIT
FOR PETITION FOR
DSSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: MARRIAGE OF
li ISEPH KBRR,
Husband
and
SHIRLEY KERR,
Wife
TO: SHIRLEY KKRR
84S CLASS! IN AVENUE
BROOKLYN, NEW YORK
YOU, SHIRLEY KERR, arc hereby
notified thai a Petition for Dlssoli
tion of Marriage has been filed against
you. and you are required to serve
ropy of your Answer or Pleading '
said Petition for Dissolution of Mai
rlage on the Husband's attorney. Rot -
aid L. I invls, Esn P. V. 117 Blso IJ I
Building. 19 W. Flagler Street, Mlam
Florida, 331.in, Phone: 378-2*51, and
file the original Answer or Pleadino. In
I he office ..f Ihe Clerk of the Circuit
Courl on or before ihe -7 day of Ann
1873. If you fall to do so, ludgmenl b
default w ill be taki n agalnsl you f' r
iln- relief demanded in the Petltlo
for Dissolution of Marriage
TIMS NOTICE shall be published
once each w..l< tor four ill consecu-
tive weeks in THE JEWISH FLOR-
IDIAN.
In INK LVD I RI lERED at Mlam ,
Florida, ibis 20 day of March, I97J
E B I EATHBRMAN, Clerk
i 'Ircult Conn
Dade County. Florida
By: C P. copei and
Deoulv Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
I l-:il 4 7-14
IN
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-1397
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
ETTA UESTIN
1 i.'.i-a-sed.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claim* or Demands Against Bald
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have againi
Hi. .Male of ETTA WEST IN dec.as.
late of Dad.- i ..unty, Florida, to III-
County Judges of Dsde County, and
file ill.- sain.- in duplical*- and as pro-
vided In Section 733.16. Florida Slai
utes, in their offices iii the Counly
Courthouse in Dade County, Florid*
within six calendar months from tlv
time of Hi.- first publication hereo
or iiu- same will be barred
Dated al .Miami. Florida, this 17
da) Of March, A.D. !!.7L\
Al AN F. WESTIX
As Executor
Flrsi publication of this notice on
ihe 24th day of March, 1972
PRED AND NEWMAN
Atioi-ii.-i. for Executor
Mil-mi.-, Dade Federal Building
Easi Flagli r Street
nil
Miami, Florida
tl:ll
(377-08881
3/84-81 4.7-14
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Miami, Florida Friday, March 24, 1972
Section C

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Artists renaermg or me new Medical ne- me Jewish Home lor the Aged (Douglas Gcr-
habilitative Complex to be dedicated at dens) at its 26th annual meeting Sunday.
DR. ARTHUR FLEMMING KEYNOTE SPEAKER
Jewish Home For The Aged
Holds 26th Annual Meeting
President Richard Nixon's Spe-
cial Consultant on Aging, Dr. Ar-
thur Flemming, will be guest
speaker at the 26th annual meet-
ing of the Jewish Home for the
Aged at Douglas Gardens at 2 p.m.
Sunday.
Dr. Flemming is a former Cab-
inet member, having served as
U.S. Secretary of Health, Educa-
tion and Welfare, and was recent-
ly chairman of the 1971 White
House Conference on Aging. He
will speak on the problems of the
country's senior citizens to some
600 persons in the Ruby Auditor-
ium at Douglas Gardens, 151 NE
52nd St.
Although space in the auditor-
ium is limited, chairs will be set
up on the grounds of Douglas
Gardens; overflow guests will be
able to hear the proceedings and
Dr. Flemming's address over loud-
speakers.
The 26th annual mc?tirg of the
Jewish Home for the Aged marks
the dedication of Douglas Gaidens
new $425,000 Medical Rehabilita-
tive Complex, which will make
possible comprehensive medical
treatment and care of the resi-
dents at the Home and also offer
physical and occupational therapy.
The Medical Comp le x was
started with a $150,000 gift by
Paul and Hattye Gordon. Later
the Home's Greater Miami Wom-
en's Auxiliary started fund rais-
ing and pledged $113,000 for the
"Sol and Mollie Silverman Phys-
ical Therapy Center."
The Junior Auxiliary also pitched
in and raised $81,000 for its share
ot the construction costs and furn-
ishing for the new "Junior Aux-
iliary Occupational Therapy Cen-
ter."
The Gordons, for whom the
Medical Center will be named,
moved to Miami Beach 10 years
ago after Mr. Gordon retired from
New York where he was a promi-
nent corporation lawyer.
Mr. Gordon is also active in
many areas of civic and philan-
thropic endeavors and is a lounder
and trustee of Mount Sinai Hospi-
tal in Miami. He is also a trustee
of Brandeis University of Miami.
He was elected to the Board of
Directors for the Home two years
ago.
The average age of residents of
the Jewish Home for the Aged is
83. The Gordons wanted to be sure
these elderly residents received
the most complete medical care
and rehabilitative services pos-
sible.
The services of many medical
specialists, including an internist,
ophthalmologist, orthopedist, podi-
atrist cardiologist and urologisi
will be offered to residents of the
Home. The Gordon Medical Cen-
ter will also boast the Home's
first dental chair, making time
Mr. and Mrs. Paul R. Gordon, benefactors of the "Paul R.
and Hattye S. Gordon Medical Center" to be dedicated at
the Jewish Home for the Aged (Douglas Gardens) at its
kannual meeting Sunday.
consuming and exhausting trips
to outside dentists unnecessary,
since complete dental care will be
available
The new facilitv, wliich will be
named the "Paul R. and Hattye S.
Gordon Medical Center," will more
than double the spac? of the old
medical center established by the
Hollywood Auxiliary 13 years ago.
The old medical offices will be
used for additional office and serv-
ice space at the rapidly expanding
Home.
The Medical Center will have
four major and four minor exami-
nation and consultation rooms, a
fully equipped nurses station, wait-
ing room, pharmacy, X-ray, eye
examination rooms, laboratory and
a combined orthopedic, podiatry,
dentist service area.
The Physical Therapy Center
has also been transferred to the
new Medical Complex and will be
called the "Sol and Mollie Silver-
man Physical Therapy Center"
donated by the Greater Miami
Women's Auxiliary. The new unit
will have the most modern equip-
ment available, including an im-
mense $15,000 Hubbard Tank for
water and whirlpool treatment.
More than 35 residents will be
treated daily at the Physical Ther-
apy Center which will be staffed by
n registered professionally trained
physical therapist and assistants.
The program will be under the
supervision of the Home's Medical
Director with an ortho[>edic sur-
geon and a rheumatologist pre-
scribing orders for treatment.
The Silvermans, for whom the
facility is named, are dedicated
and outstanding leaders of the
Home. Mrs. Silverman, a past
president of the Greater Miami
Auxiliary, has been a fund raiser
for the Home for over 25 years.
The Occupational Therapy Cen-
ter, founder by the Junior Aux-
iliary, will be staffed by arts and
crafts specialists. Work done by
residents of the Home will be put
on display. Through the help of
the occupational therapists, resi-
dents have discovered new skills
and had old talents rekindled
while finding meaningful purpose
in creating beautiful works of art.
Over 20 different arts and crafts
activities will be offered to the
resident* who say they find the
stimulating creative work "the
best medicine in the world." Many
of the art works created at the
Home are sold and th? proceeds
Continued on Page 6-C
Max toner
Sees It
NEW YORK, N.Y. After the Chinese grandeur, the ITT
miseries! What a prosy and trivial comedown it must seem for
President Nixon! And how welcome a gift from the gods (or from
Jack Anderson) it must seem to the dumpy Democrats who had
begun to despair of ever getting Nixon down irom his Poking
hi ights.
Until the Senate hearings are over, it would be hasty to pass
judgment on the charges of grubby dealings lietween the Nixon
Officials and the ITT conglomerate. Yet a sidelines observer may
note a few things.
Consider the bribery charge that in return for an under-
writing of the Republican convention by the Sheraton Hotels (an
ITT subsidiary), the Justice Department gentled ITT in its anti-
trust severance case. I thought it was the Democratic National
Committee, not the Republican that was bankrupt. Since they're
wading in dollars hip-deep and possessed of a hard-to-beat candi-
date, it seems strange for the Republican bigwigs to come with
beggar's cup to ITT for a handout of a measly $400,000. Perhaps
only the rich can be truly parsimonious. One recalls how Eisen-
hower, among so many millionaires, lost the services of Sherman
Adams his John Mitchellall for a pitiful rug and some
hotel accomodations.
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ANOTHF.R ASPECT OF THE bribe charges bugs me. It is
an uneconomical explanation of the ITT antitrust settlement. A
four-line gem on professional integrity from a minor English poet
ol the 192Cs. Humbert Wolfe, sticks in my mind: "You cannot
hope to bribe or twist/Thank God, the British journalist/But
seeing what unbribed he'll do /There's really no occasion to.'
Given Mitchell's stonewall conservatism and Kleindienst's
roots in the Goldwatcr gospel, why would anyone want or ne-.-d to
1'iihe them to do what their innate, honest, unbribed instincts
would lead them to do anyway lean toward the big cornora-
tijns? The happy thing about bring a conservative Republican
is that you can be honest and pro-business simultaneously. You
don't even have to commute between them.
Financial scandals in any administration, come with the
territory, as witness American history from the Credit Mobilier
and Teapot Dome to today. It has little to do with what party is
ir power except that the Democrats are sometimes hungrier be-
cause they arc poorer, and the Republicans more cynical -ibout
it, as monicd men can be.
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AN OBSERVER CAN'T HELP feeling, however, some of the
irony of what has been happening to Kleindienst and Mitchell.
They have run a tough shop. In their effort to contain the politi-
cal activists they have been hard on people like Ellsberg and the
Borrigan group, who are weighed on the scales of the Justice
Department and found delinquent. The sword of justice is con-
stantly poised to cut them down. Now the officials are them-
selves being weighed on the scrupulous scales of justice, and the
terrible swift sword of muckraking columnist Jack Anderson is
poised to cut them down. If you live by the sword, you must b"
prepared to suffer it.
As for my brother, Anderson, one can only note with some
awe the mixture of roles he has gathered to himself ombuds-
rr.an-at-large, spymaster. stern moralist, Grand Inquisitor and
rival government. The Founding Fathers used to worry ibout
the potential swollen power of national officials. But how
startled they would be could they sec how we have raised a sepa-
rate sovereignty in the press to counter that power a sov-
ereignty in some ways more formidable than the investigative
power of Congress itself.
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ANDERSON IS ONE OF A TRIBE, the first among equals
in the fraternity of investigative journalists. It used to be said
of some muckrakers that they operated without fear and with-
out research, but the present tribe like Lincoln Steffens and
Ida Tarbell in their day do their homework. They had better.
if they value their skin. They speak up brashly out of a confi-
dence in their righteousness. They, too, are part of the current
breakthrough in American life.
I remember, on the campaign train with Dwight Eisenhower
in 1952, when the Nixon Fund charges came up how he vowed
that Dick had to be "clean as a hound's tooth." To twist
Machiavelli a bit, the people in power not only have to be clean,
but they have to seem clean. If not, then the whips and scorpions
Ol the investigative press are let loose, and those who wield
them have as much hubris and as little humility as me-, in
power do.
Friedman Elected To a Fourth Term
NEW YORK Harold Fried-
man has been elected to a fourth
term as president of United Hias
Service, the worldwide Jewish mi-
gration agency.
Mr. Friedman, managing part-
ner of a Wall Street brokerage-
concern, is a member of the board
of directors and board of gover-
nors of the Greater New York
United Jewish Appeal, and serves
on the board of directors of the
American ORT Federation and as
a member of the administrative
committee of the American Jewish
Joint Distribution Committee.
Carl Glick, treasurer for the
nast three years, was reelected to
that post and named chairman of
the executive committee. In the
'after position, he succeeds Judg''
Murray I. Gurfein. who resigned
last spring when he was appointed
a judge of the Federal District
Court.
Group To Hear Review
Dr. A. E. Kanfman will review
the book "QB-VII." by Leon Uris
at a 7:30 p.m. Eilat Chapter of
Pioneer Women Tuesday in the
Washington Federal, 1234 Wash-
ington Ave. Faye Brucker will
preside.


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Friday. March 24. 1972
2nd Lecture In Brandeis
Tele-Culture Series Sunday
Th,- second lecture in the Bran-1
\< Univecdt) Tele-Culture Se-'
i unique experiment in mod-
ern Amrrican-
Pr. Allmmmm
umes of Studies aid Texts pub-
lished b\ Harvard Univei
and ha written widely on the J' w-
:>h sages, Jewish philosophy and
mysticism. His major work on
Mendelssohn now in prep-
aration le. to a fellowship Irom
the Amciican Council of L Societies. He is a member ol many
aead inic societies, chairman or
the American Editorial Boa- I o:
the recently published 15-\-olume
Encyclopedia Judnica and a con-
tributor to the Encyclopedia Bi i-
tanni:a. Manchester University
and the Hebrew Union College bavo
awarded him honorary cesjrecs. j
This innovative series was ere-,
ated by Brandeis University i:i re-
ponte to nationwide request., for,
the op|x>rtunity of bringing to
many communities outstanding'
personalities and teachers from
the university's faculty.
McDonald Clown's A Special
Guest At Variety Benefit
Ronald McDonald. McDonald's
famous clown, will be a special
representatives ol Reform. Con-, p,,os( at Suburban League's annual
servative and Orthodox Judaism. ,jirnjC- Sunday at the Police Bene-
volent Association Park. 2.100 NW
14th St.. Mrs. Jay Mitchell. Sub-
urban League president has an-
nounced.
Jewish <-duca-
tion will take
place in the
G u m e n : c k
Chape] of Tern-
Israe' of
Greater Miami,
137 NE 19th St..
Sund'iy at 10
a.m.
Rabbi I; vine
I e r h m a n o '. i
Temple Emanu-
Ki. Islam! Beach,;
i i moderate the televised lec-
ture by Dr. Alexander Alimann.,
the Philip \v. Lm-n professoi of1
Jewish Philosophy af Brandeis I
l'ni\i rsily. whose topic wNi be!
" VsjH'ets of ttassMlc Doctrine." !
Tlie lecture will be followed by
a question and answer period b\ '
bone, moderated by Rabbi
Lehrman, current presidem
ol the Synagogue Council of Amer-1
i (he national liodv which joins
Philharmonic To
Receive $100,000
Mrs. Joseph A. Nell has pre-
sented the Miami Philharmonic
with a gift ol 1100.003, ac ordinq
10 Philharmonic presidei'. Richard
Wolf son.
Mrs. X ;"'- .-ift will '
the {rand foyer ol Gusmai
Philharmonic Hall in honor ol ber
sons, Donnl I'. Kahn and Gliberl
S. Kahn, both of whom are the
executive committee of the Miami
Philharmonic.
Mrs. Neff's gift is tlv ttw< re-
ceived bj the Philharmonic fo'
their new home, which will open
in October for the 1972-7.3 concert
season under the musical direction
ol Alain Lombard.
Maurice Gusman, who pureliased
the Olympia Theater for the Phil-
harmonic, is personally under-
writing the cost of refurbishina
the public areas in the hall.
William S. Ruben, president of
Jordan Marsh. Is chairman of the
development council that Is in
Charge of gifts for the Miami
Philharmonic.
Moses Grundwerg Named To
Receive President's Award
Moses J. Grundwerg, past presi-
l.-nt o Coi gi gation B< th brael
Mia ni Bi a h. has been named a
Dr. Altmann received his Ph.D.
l'i i from Berlin University and
bis rabbinical diploma from the1
Berlin Rabbinical Seminary. He
- rvi I as rabbi of the Berlin Jew-
ish community, and later assumed ;
the t'uties of chief rabbi of the
Jewish community in Manchester, j
England. He cam- to Brandeis in]
1950.
Dr. Alt man has been visiting
prof< ssor at the Hebrew Univer-
sity, founder of the Institute of
Jewish Studies in Manchester.
chairman of its board of governors,
and honorary director and editor
of the Journal of Jewish Studies
until his emigration to Am rica.
He remain- titular president and
co-editor of SCRIPT A JUDAICA
njrblbihed by the Oxford Univer-
-its Press.
Dr. Altman has edited four vol-
This family event will include
rides, games and even animals
brought in from Crandon Park
Zoo. Proceeds of the picnic which
will be held from 2 to 6 p.m.. will
go to Variety Children's Hospital.
Cochairmen for this event are Mrs.
Jack Herskowitz and Mrs. Alvin
Rosen.
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Students Conduct Seder
The Men's Club and Sisterhood
o. Temple Tiferetli Israel will
host the model Seder conducted
by the students Sunday morning
under the supervision of Hyman
Sootin. teacher, and Rabbi Mau-
rice Klein, spiritual leader.
M9SIS I. GKUHOWtKG
recipient of the 1972 Presidents
Award ol the Union of Orthodox
Jewish Congregation* of America,
according to UOJCA president
Joseph Karasick.
The presentation of the award
will take plac- at the organiza-
tion's annual national dinner Sun-
lay evening, May 7. in New York.
The UOJCA Presidents Award
i< bestowed annually by the Ortho-
dox Union upon a select group of.
10 outstanding congregational an i
communal lenders who exetrt] lify
di 'duation, initiative, and vision
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Mi. Grundwerg is president of
th.- Mesivta Hifch School of Qreatei
Miami, and secretary of the He-
brew Academy of Greater Miami.
An attorney, he has served a-
president of the Miami Beach Jun-
ior Chamber of Commerce.
Over 1.000 rabbinic and lay
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national Orthodox synagogue or-
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Passover Festival
Sponsored by T
As 'part of its Cultural Arts
Weekend, the Greater Miami YM-
YWHA is sponsoring ;i Passover
Ki-tivu! Sum ay at 4 p.m. in the
North Ballroom at the "Y." 85C0
SW 8th St., which win Include a
concert, a playlet, choral and com-
munity singing and a tradit'onal
holiday supper.
The highlight of the program
will be a premiere performance of
new works by Francis G. Simun.
who has comp >sed 85 ma jor opuses,
taught for lfi years and served as
musical director, conductor and
composed for three school systems,
a private film company and a
semi-professional opera j/roup Mr.
Simun has also heen the uest
composer-conductor for various
professional organizations through-
out the world.
Performing with Mr. Simun are
Dwight Jack, baritone: Diane
Simun. flute; Laura Cohen, cello;
and Bernard Harding, piano.
Mrs. Simun, the former Diance
C. LaClair, received her bachelor's
degree from the University of
Miami while attending on a music
scholarship. She has performed
ivith various orchestras Including
Hie Miami Philharmonic, the Mi-
ami Beach Symphony, the" Palm
Beach Symphony, the Fort Lai'der-
lale Symphony an;1 the Miami i >p.
era Guild.
Tickets to the holHfv ( ti\al
iie available at the "Y."
Temple Zio.i will hold its Spring Carnival, featuring rides,
games, clowns, food, prizes and a performance by the "Sing
Out Miami" group, Sunday from 10:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. on he
temple's parking lot, 8000 Miller Rd. The committee respon-
sible for planning the event included, from left, (seated)
Judi Schweilzer, Sisterhood president; Dr. Stanley Cannon,
congregation president, Herbert Freund, carnival chairmen;
(standing) Erjythe Cannon, Lenore Raven. Ann Rheingold,
Ike Ritter, Marshall Schweitzer, Irv Goldfine, Sharon Frcug,
Avis Goldfine, Marilyn Freund, Jack Fertig and Al Raven.
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Th< ch I Iron of Beth Moshe U- -
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node] Side, In Popiel Soda] Hall
Sunday. The test for the SederI
was compiled and written by Ben-
jamin Udoff, educational director. I
Ronald Gordon and Andy Rand
Will conduct the Seder. Steve |
Ncckman will chant ;he tradi-
tional Seter and Jill Gordon will
do the holiday candlelight in .
Among the school participant; will
be David Sedacca. Glenn Herman.
Laura Kcchter, Jennifer Segal.
Jodi Borofsky and Joanne Wolf.
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Friday. March 24 1975
'New Morality9 Does Not
Justify New Approaches
letters to the editor
WASHINGTON. D.C. There
is nothing in the new morality to
justify .new approaches to the
problem of sex. according to Rabbi
Stanley Rabinowitz in his book-
let "A Jewish View of Love, and
Marriage published here by the
nai B'rirh Youth Organization.
"We are trapped in a
tUtMi
tion when it comes to awe." writes
Rabbi Rabinowitz. spiritual leader
of Adas Israel, one of the largest
Conservative congregations in the
country and secretary of the Rab-
binical Asseir-biy of America.
"Our contemporary culture pre-
sents sex as a stolen sweet, a
commercial ;ure. a lot of fun. a
status symbol, a cjre for loneli-
ness, an expression of romantic
Yet our culture still iabels
sex as sin- when practiced or ex-
perienced outside of the bonds of
Trammer.;-
Rat-bi Rabinowitz deals with the
contradiction with traiitional Jew-
pecu
open reference to body functions
n-Afl to the animal level and
destroy human dignity." be said.
Rabbi Rabinowitz raeofl
>oung Jews do not marry to-
far group -
for personal rea-
Tbe needi of the gro_.
iinated to personal I
--
'-.- -wing
conclusions of surveys conducted
.ogists: interest in reli-
gion makes for success in
naze; agreement between hus-
band and wife on religion .
. har-

lie d--.
- training
a distinctly poorer than average
record of success: and there is a
positive relationship between pa-
rental approval and happiness in
marriage.
"That opposites attract is true
or.lv- in the field of physics and
e.ectronics." the author asserts.
"It is seldom true in human rela-
tionships." If one accepts the risks
involved in interfaith marriages
one must equally accept the risks
of interdating. "In the society in
which we live." he says, it is in-
evitable that people of different
backgrounds should fall in love.
The Rabinowitz publication is
one of 13 titles in the Judaism
Pamphlet Series, published for
teenagers by the B'nai B'rith
Youth Organization. 140 Rhode Is-
land Awe. N.V.'.. Washington. D.C.
20036.
Invitational Art
Show-Sale At ~Y~
The YM-YWHA Cultural Arts
ndttee has scheduled an Invi-
tational Art Show and Sale March
23 through March 28 in the Ball-
room at the Y. 8300 SW 8th St.
The show will display the works
of 80 artists of prominence in
Florida as we:: as other
n of art In a'.i. II
nting all media. will be on
view.
A formal champagne opening
was to be held at ? p.m. Thur-'.ay.
the gallery will be open daii.. ex-
cept Saturday. Participating art-
ists include Fran Williams. Ruth
wet, Baruj Salinas. Lewis
-1 Stern. Wayne Timm. Do-
rothea Wiedemann. Gigi Aramesco.
by Bosco. Samuel Meyerson.
Flhel Blake and Fdna Gi&'Jbman.
E41U>r, The Jewish Fleridian:
I
I wish to express my deep in-
dignation over an anti-Semitic ad-1
verusement that appeared in a
leading local newspaper. It cov-1
ered a full page with an extensive
photo of a group of 50 Jews, all
smiling broadly and apparently
happy. The heading of this adver-
tisement was "So Many Jews Are
Smiling Now."
My first impression was that
this group of Jews hai just im-
migrated from the Soviet Union
and was expressing its joy on ar-
riving in Israel. Imagine my shock
and disgust, when reacing further.
that the joy resulted because of
their having become renegades to
their people and religion and hav-
ing become Christians.
How foolish, unrealistic and in-
l -ting this ad is! Trie world knows
\ that millions of Jews were mas-
sacred during the CruM '.--
quisitions. Pogroms. Hitler's Holo-
caust and Staiin's Purse for their
adherence to their rengj
The world also knows that the
Jewish religion is tr.j first one
that accepted God as the .- S -
preme Authority in the
that the Christian - accept our Bible and the Ten Com- .
mandments as the basis of its I
Faith. The signers of this "ad"
have assumed tne non existing
name of "Bern Shalom Fellow-
snip."
Who are the people who stand
behind this infamous group, sup-
plying it with funds to carry on
this campaign? No doubt there
are bigots or other anti-Semitic
elements that want to enrich 1
themselves by causing strife
among sections of our population.
We Jews are proud of our his-
tory, heritage and religion par-
ticularly since the establishment
of the State of Israel when it won
the love, respect and fcdmiri
of the whole world. We will stick
to our ancestry and culture despite
the attacks of our enemies.
DR. SIMON mXENSKX
Miami Beat h
EDITOR. The Jewish FlorkUaa:
I v.ant to ex;
I am f As
of Greater Miami for
ho Fesi
observance 0: J M nth
Our
feel benoidWn to the group 0'.
cated cantors for their excepv
musical production which tea-
all forms of Jewisn musi? 1
unusually artistic and rr
presentation.
If it is true that mu.-.
all borders, the festival ha-
cered invaluable service to
.omn-.unity by uniting all 0
in the euphoria of Jewish mi;-.
As a novel program in thr
munity the cantor; by their .
ti have shown tha waj
the much needed unity of pi.:
so vital for a Jewish
Our bfJa or ynwMwi
the cantors for their own rr.
ents and to the Child ran
:e the evening so rr.
able.
to
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Cantor Kyrr Featured
In Sunday Concert
The Greater Miami YM-YWHA 1 of New York. He has been active
cultural Arts Committee is spon- in the American Theatre Wing
Boring'a'cantorial concert at 8:13" 'and has starred in"concert's, mus-
ical comedies, radio MM television.
In addition to being me \\:nner
of several musical grants, he has
appeared with internationally
known conductors and orchestras.
In his short time with Temple
Beth Am as cantor, he organized
the popular Interfaith Musicale.
In 1967. Cantor Kyrr creatrd a
Psalm Service based upon the 23rd
Psalm, including the organ, oboe,
flute and parlando chorus.
Tickets to the evening's pro-
gram are available at the Y. A
wine hour in the Invitational Art
Show and Sale gallery will follow
the concert and is included in the
cost of the tickets.
Dr. Perry Keynote Speaker
For Annual Awards Luncheon
Featured in the program is Can-
tor Michael Kyrr, who planned the
performance in the form of a lec-
ture-concert, divided into two por-
tions to allow the audience an ex-
penence in diffeient styles of
music.
The first portion will offer ex-
lomples of secular and liturgical
songs of the Scphardic, Yemenite
[and Oriental traditional. The sec-
lond portion will present Ashke-
[ n.'i. ic tradition.
Appea'ing with Cantor Kyrr are
|Cantor Irving Shulkes and Cantor
tanley Foodman, also well-known
for their musical talents. The three
lingers will be accompanied by
|Janet Stegenga.
Cantor Kyrr graduated from
Brooklyn College in New York
with a Bachelor's degree and re-
ceived a degree in Sacred Music
from the Hebrew Union College
YubanPremium Coffee
Made By General Foods
Don't settle for second best this
holiday. Because that old adage
about good coffee "crowning" a
meal is really true! Your guests
deserve Yuban, the premium cof-
fee of General Foods.
When you smell Yuban's deep,
rich coffee aroma, you know you're
serving the best money can buy.
Yuban uses premium Columbian
beans, carefully mellowed to per-
fection. Kosher for Passover Yu-
ban Coffee is available in both
regular and instant. So top off
every festive Passover meal with
Yuban.
Melvin J. Haber, cochairman of
the Dade County Outstanding- Cit-
izens' Award Committee has an-
nounced the selection of Dr.
Charles E. Perry, president of
Florida International University,
as keynote speaker for the Com-
mittee's annual awards luncheon
to be held at the Dupont Plaza
Hotel Thursday, April 27.
In a span of only ten years,
Charles E. Perry has progressed
from public school teacher to uni-
versity president. He was ap-
pointed the first president of Fior-
ina International University in
July, 1969. at the age of 32, mak-
ing him the youngest person to
hold a presidency in the history
ot The State University System
of Florida. Dr. Perry continues to
be the youngest state university
president in the nation.
The annual presentation of the
Dade County Outstanding Cit-
izens' Award is made to that man
and woman who in the eyes of the
judges have performed the most
outstanding single function for the
good and welfare of the entire
Dade County community during
the preceding yearin this case,
during the year 1971.
The recipients of the Award
cannot be elected officials or ap-
pointed officials who receive pay
for the work done, but the work
must be the result of civic motiva-
tion for which no compensation is
received.
Two awards are given annually
and nominations are considered
for the man and the woman only
when the nominations come from
a recognized civic, service, or so-
cial group. No nominations from
individuals onn be considered-
Sponsor of the event is Shoiem
Lodge No. 1024 of B'nai B'rith in
cooperation with a cross section of
Dade County civic and charitable
clubs and associations. Patron of
the award is Dade Federal Sav-
ings and Loan Association of Mi-
ami, Joseph M. Lipton, Chairman
of the Board.
Permanent judges are George
Beebe-.'Managing-'rtdlror of the Mi-
ami Herald; Ralph Renick. Vice
President, \VTVJ; and Fred Sho-
chet. Publisher and Editor of the
Jewish Floridian.
Local organizations are urged
to send in their nominations for
the 25th annual Award to Out-
standing Citizens' Award, care of
Melvin J. Haber. Suite 239. Se-
curity Trust Building. Miami, Fla.
33131 through April 15.
J. T. Wiley, (center) assistant Wee president of Southern
Bell joins Metro and South Miami Mayors Steve Clark
(right) and Jack Block (second from left) in presenting Carlos
J. Arboleyu, president of Fidelity National Bank, a "Golden
Telephone" symbolizing the one millionth phone installed
in Dade County which was actually installed in Mr.
Arboleya's office. Also participating in the momentous
occasion was J. T. Barker, (left).
Sanka Coffee For A
Good Holiday "Rest"
Sanka knows those last-minute
entertaining details can be weari-
some (which makes a good night's
rest even more important I. Thai's
why wise baiaboostas rely on San-
ka Coffee. Because Sanka is still
97', caffein free. And because caf-
fein lias no taste, you enjoy only-
rich, smooth coffee flavorflavor
that is never bitter.
Sanka can help to make your
holiday a little more enjoyable.
You'll find kosher for Passover
Sanka at your grocer's in three
handy forms: Freeze-Dried, In-
stand or Ground.
JWV Auxiliary Nominates,
Elects 1972-73 Officers
At their recent b'iine<-s meet
ing, Norman Bruce Brown Auxil-
iary 174, Jewish War Veterans,
held its nomination and election
of officers for 1972-72. The instal-
lation has been scheduled for S
p.m. April 18, at 4601 \V. Flagle;-
St.
Newly elected officers include
Mr*. Sooma Le'kowitz, president;
Mrs. Clara Harris, senior vice
president; Mr*.. Essie Kolinsky,
junior vi?e president; Mrs. Mar-
garet Adler, treasurer; Mrs. Paul-
ine Smith, chaplain, Mrs. Mac
Schreiber, patriotic instructor;
Mrs, .Sylvia Liebman, conductress;
Mrs. Frances Bittcrman, historian
and Mrs. Ann B"der, guard. Mrs.
Claire Greenwald, Mrs. Edith Feib-
^elman and Mr:,. Hollo Swartz will
leryo as trustees for the coming
?car.
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Passover family pleasers
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pure trait products for your holiday meals
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From the first Seder until the end of
Passover, these delectables are appetizing
and wholesome for your holiday meals.
They include Mott's crisp Apple Juice and'
zestful Apple Sauce. Also Sunsweet Prune
Juice and Cooked Prunes, both flavor rich
and naturally right for family "regularity."
Bring home a tempting variety.
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Springtime 'MeicheP
Dessert For A Seder
This springtime moichol, hand-,
Somely decorated with whole pitted '.
prunes and almonds, is a dc-.sorl
well worthy of a Seder least.
An airy pie, made with kosber-
for-Passover products, it com-
bine! the rich fruilThess of tender
Sunswecl Fitted Prunes with Puffy
orange-navor gelatin and crunchy
chopped almonds. Sunswcet Pitted
Prunes are ready to use right
from the package no cooking
or pitting needed hefore you snip
them for the pie filling.
PKt NK-OKANiiE PIK
From Sunswcet Prunes
Crust
:'i cup matzoh meal
i cup ground or grated
unblanched almond-.
' i cup sugar
i 8 tso. salt
',., cup melted kosher margarine,
slightly cooled
1 egg yolk
FUHng
l pkg. kosher-for-Passovcr
orange gelatin dessert
1 Cup boiling water
1 cup orange juice
1 gg white
2 tbls. sugar
1 cup snipped
Sunsweet Pitted Prunes
',i cup chopped almonds
Whole Sunsweet Pitted
Prunes and whole almonds
for garnish
Combim matzoh. ground al-
monds, sugar an.: salt. Combine
s hiiy cooled margarine with egg
yolk and add to matzoh meal mix-
ture. Stir with a lork to mix well.
Pros: mixture firmly onto bottom
; nd sides of nine-jnch pie pan.
Baki in ] reheated _'.">') degree oven
15 minutes. Cool.
To prepare tilling: dissolve gels
tin In boiling water, add orange
juice an chill until almost set.
Heal with a rotary beater until
fluff] Beal egg white with two
tablespoons sugar until stiff. Stir
about one-quarter of egg whites
into gelatin mixture; fold in rest.
Fold in snipped prunes and chop-
ped almonds. Pile into pie shell.
'If there Is too much mixture for]
pie shell, turn excess into a dish
chill and serve another time, i
Chill pie until 'firm. Garnish With
whole pitted prunes and almrnds.
Makes 8 to 10 servings.
Youth Center Host
To Parents, Teens
The Youth Center of Temple
Beth Sholom, 4144 Chase Ave.
Miami Beach, will play host to
teenagers and their parents in a
"ogram of counseling for the
Summer of '72 Sunday.
Rabbi Leon ftronish and mem-
bers of the Youth Center staff.
consultants from the YMIIA and
other informed members of the
community will be available to
counsel parents and teenagers on
the many opportunities to tour
and study in Israel.
A display of information cover-
ing Kuropenn tours and trips and
camps in th United State's will
also be available, and a film for
those interested in Israel will be
shown starting at noon.
M. B. Community Singers
Planning Social Evening
The Miami Beach Community
Singers plan a social evening lea-
turing chorus entertainment, a I
mandolin concert, a sing-along
and dancing at 8 p.m. Saturday
In the Washington Federal Audi-
torium, 1234 Washington Ave.
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Among the pFrrormei's will be
president Nathan Auerhach. tcn-
.,r; M iam Auerhach, soprano; |
Rcgma Bailen. alto; Tilrie Pried, '
alto; Harry Kertzman. tenor, an
Mildred Shuman, soprano. Paul I
Yanofsky will conduct the ping-
along with Albert Mcndelow '.cad- j
in-: the mandolin players in con- |
ce-t.
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Friday, March 24, 1972
Free University Experiment Set To Expand Goals
The Free University Experi-
ment which began Feb. 13 unde.-
the sponsorship of three cultural
agencies in MiamiTemple Beth
Sholom. the Bureau of Jewish Edu-
cation and the Greater Miami YM-
YWHAis expanding its student-
determined goals to meet the de-
mands of the young people in the
program.
The philosophy of the ev-en-
ment deals with the rights of In-
dividuals to select courses and
subjects which simply interest
them while providing a cultural
base of study. Eighty-five students
are participating in the program;
classes are built around smaller
groups.
Under the leadership of Rabbi
Leon Kronish spiritual advisor to
the Free University Experiment.
members of a course in "Saw Our
Own Souls ISOOSi" arc raising
59.000 toward the amount neces-
sary to bring a Russian Jew
Israel.
to
All classes are held in the ev-
enings or on weekends to ^k0
l-eoplc convenient meetinc; sched-
ule*. Conducted at the Youth Cen-
ter, 4144 Chaae Ave., Miami Beach,
they will continue for another'
three months.
L. Murray Jaeger, (right) past president of Agudath Israel
Hebrew Institute, was recently awarded an honorary
presidential plague for five year of leadership und self-
less dedication to the synagogue. Making the presenta-
tion were Rabbi Sheldon Ever, (left) spiritual leader, and
Leon I. Ell. civic and community leader.
Deputy Mayor Joseph Frisina of Newark, N.J., (left) Aaron
Gilman, president of Vita Food Products Co., and Rabbi
Solomon Shmulewitz, mashgiach of the new Newark plant
of Mother's Food Products, a division of Vita, are shown
at ceremonies marking the formal opening of the new,
125,00p foot Mother's plant, which will turn out more than
6 million pounds of Kosher gefilte fish annually and other
Kosher products for distribution throvghout the United
States. Mother's products are produced under rabbinical
supervision of UO.
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A reception at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Corner,
president of the Corner Bank of Miami Beach, launched
plans for the April 30, B'nai B'rith Dinner and Ball honor-
ing Abel Holtz, first vice president of the Camer bank.
Principals at the cocktail party included, (from left to right)
Judge Robert Grover; Mr. Corner; Lawrence J. Aberman,
dinner chairman, and Commissioner Alex S. Gordon.
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Friday, March 24, 1972
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The Dade County School
Board has appointed its newest
member, Phyllis Miller, who was
api in December by Governor As-
kew, as its representative on the
federally funded project known
as TREND (Targeting Re-
sources on the Educational
Needs of the Disadvantaged).
The main goal of TREND is
to produce a plan to coordinate
federal, state and local pro-
grams of the schl system and
community agencies on behalf
of disadvantaged children.
tif tit tit
Harry Ix>venson, founder of
the Worcester, Mass., Youth Or-
chestra and its conductor for 25
years, will direct a si>ecial or-
chestral workshop at the Univer-
sity of Miami, this weekend. He
will work with the All-Miami
Youth Symphony Orchestra of
the U-M School of Musics Divi-
sion of Musical Arts and con-
duct the group in concert at 8
p.m. Sunday, March 26, in Nan-
cy Greene Symphony Rehearsal
Hall. The event is free and open
to the public.
fr tit tit
Eduartlo Beiirt nas been ap-
pointed senior vice president of
United Bancshares of Florida,
Inc.. and senior vice president,
international, of the Miami
Beach First National Bank. Cor-
al Gables First National Bank.
United National Bank of Miami.
United National Bank of West-
land and Security Exchange
Bank of West Palm Beach, ac-
cording to an announcement
made by Bancshares' President
George E. Stock.
a a
Charles W. Sokol, general
agent of Protective Life Insur-
ance Company, is the leader in
Life Insurance premiums for the
United Slates, through February
197:1, it has been announced.
tit tit tit
Greenman Advertising Asso-
ciates, Inc., Hollywood, has brok-
en all previous records by tak-
ing a total of 22 awards for out-
standing work in four recent
local and regional advertising
competitions, according to An-
drew B. (ri'i-iiiiiaii, president.
tit tit tit
Dr. Sidney J. Loiuer of Miami
Beach participated in the Pen-
nsylvania College of Podiatric
Medicine's tenth annual post-
doctoral seminar in professional
development recently in Phila-
delphia.
tit tit tit
Two area men have been hon-
ored by the Home Life Insur-
ance Company, New York, for
their outstanding sales acnieve-
ment during 1971. They are
Norman A. Eisenberg, C.L.U., of
Opa-locka, and Sam L. Roscn-
fleld, C.L.U., of North Miami.
tit tit tit
The S. Y. Agnon Medal Award
will be presented to Rudolf G.
Sonneliorii on May 8, it has been
announced. The medal repre-
sents the highest national hon-
or of American Friends of The
Hebrew University.
Immigrants Attend Conclave
Five women who emigrated from
Russia to Israel recently with thcii
families attended the 10th annua',
convention of the Lubavitcher
Women in Miami Brach as per-
sonal guests of the Luhavitchei
Rebbe, Rabbi M. M. Schnecrso'i
of Brooklyn, NY., and were feted
at a luncheon hosted by Mr. an 1
Mrs. Harry Rosenberg of Miami
Beach. Keys to the city were pre-
lenti d to them in behalf of Miami
Beach Mayor Chuck Hall by Mrs.
Sholom Lipskar and Mrs. David
Shapiro, convention chairmen.
Mrs. Howard Lang Speaker
Mrs. Howard Lang, legislative
chairman of the Dade Countv As-
sociation for Retarded Children,
will describe its services for re-
tarded children at a meeting of
the Parkway General Hospital
Auxiliary at 10 a.m. Monday I"
the auditorium. A new slate of
officers and boar:' members will
be up for election, according to
Gertrude Luks, publicity chair-
man. ______
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PTA Sponsoring Study
Discussion Thursday
Miami Beach Senior High School
PTA was to sponsor a study-dis-
cussion group Thursday, from 10
a.m. to noon at the home of Mrs.
Ronald Ager. 127 S. Hibiscus Dr..
Miami Beach, under the chairman-
ship of Mrs. George Friedwal.'
and Mrs. Max Kesselman.
The study theme was to be
The Changing Social and Mom]
Problcmes of Our Coll"g:' Student-
Today." Two outstanding educators
.r -vin o*i the pan>*l Rt?h-
ard Konkel, assistant d"an of ?ho
College of Arts and Sciences, Flor-
ida International University, and
Allen Berkcy, assistant professor
of Psychology, Miami-Dade Junior
College South.
Singles 21-48 Invited
Single Parents C* Miami rw"
' sponsoring a cr.cktail party In
the P'-omenade Restaurant, Ml-
amarina Sunday, beginning at
8:30 p.m. and irvites single, win
owed or divorced men and womer
between the ages of 21 c-nd 4S to
attend. Jackets ere required for
men; price of admission mcludM
one drink. Music is provided for
dancing
Society Sponsors Concert
The Three Generations, the
Pierre Mar.de String Symphonj
and a Mendelssohn piano concert
featuring Mindy Fleis^ig and Nat-
alie Klinkevich, will highlight a
free concert cosoonsored bv the
Miami Beach Cultural Society and
tourist Development Authority
Thursday, April (>, at 7 p.m. in (he
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chairman.
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When you sit down to enjoy a crisp matzo,
it's nice to know that Breakstone won't
break up a good thing.
So this Passover, butter your matzo,
cottage-cheese it, slather it with sour cream, or
make it more tempting with Temp-Tee
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Then, go right on spreading Breakstone
throughout the year. (Not to mention mixing,
scooping and dipping.)
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Friday. March 24, 1972
The preparations for Passover i
will be vividly portrayed by the I
Hillel Community Day School ;
"Seder Paraders."' in the play |
"Setler Party," which they Drill
I be presenting to the entire- stu- j
"The eder Party" will be fol- ,
' lowed by>-^Iodel Seder directed
my Mrs. Yochen'ed Golda and Miss
Clara Deloumi, teachers of th<
fifth, sixth and seventh grades at
the school.
In he play. Mrs Balahustcr. ;<
Seder Paraders' Depict Passover Preparations
harried housewife like Alice in
Wonderland's harried white rab-
bit, begins the program with hei
cuml>ersome list of Passover prep-
arations all in rhyme. The "Seder
Paraders." whose theme is: "Don't
slouch, don't grouch, even Work
can be Pun," generously offer
their help. In verse and in song
the young players gaily trip along
and convey the work and joy of
the holiday.
The play will be directed by
Mrs. Klinor iKennetn" Calmen-
sen, assisted by M GoW.a and
Miss Deloumi, and 1 feature
students of the fifth, slxtji an.i
seventh grades. Students : all
classes will be In th. Model Seder.
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art competit.cn organized by the Israeli National Conimitle
for UNICEF to mark the 25th anniversary cf the United Na-
tions Children's Fund. All finalists' contributions were ex-
hibited in the Children's Wing of the Israel Museum which
has also reproduced this prize-winning drawing as a poster
to be" sold in Israel for the benefit of UNICEF. The winning
artist is Nuwal Abd cl Fatah, a young Jordanian girl who is
studying cut at the Israel Museum. Obviously the Israelis,
like the Children's Fund, make no political, laciul or re-
ligious distinctions in their work with children.
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Seder Menu
By Ruth Sirkis
(Copyright, mi Jewish Tolegniphlv Agency, mc.l
rhe S lor is nui only one of the major events on the Jewish cal-
out also one of the most beautiful evenings of the year. Th-
i ishers in Passover, the holiday of freedom and spring. It was
1 Bam date, about 4.C00 years ago, that our ancestors escaped
rn tfaverj in Egypt to start a long journey to freedom and dignity
hi Promised Law'.. It is also the time of the year when spring h
i iloss \m in Israel, and nature seems to celebrate with us b;.
pi'!- tng tho :iir with sweet scents.
S r ceremony is 0 yearly event that brings the entire family
ml- t igether. Around the handsomely set table there is no
ion gap. Grandfather and grandchildren, old anc. young, find
to Communicate. What happens on the Seder night is an cx-
l-mcdia penetration: There are solemn prayers and jolly
there are foods which bring the message of Passover clearly
niiy like the "maror" (bitter herbs) to symbolize the bitterness
ry. md green sprigs to salute spring; an:! there is also suspense
ill et the alikomeni, and of course there arc the delicious
i d ics
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Tr traditional dishes have developed through centuries to pro*
ride tisfying nourishment while bread and leavened products are
forbid) en. On our menu we suggest chopped liver with crisp ma!/oh,
oup vlth soup almonds ihomemade), savory chicken with ix>tatoes
md l ct-. and lor dessert we have a wonderful nut lorte to be served
Kvith chocolate sauce.
2 lb. chicken liver
n big onions
3 tb.-.. oil
CHOPPED I.1VMI
1 tsp. salt
Dash pepper
3 hard boiled eggs
Broil t!;^ livers about seven minutes on each side, until there is
li:o trace of blood. Chop tho onions and brown them in oil or chicken
[fat until just golden. (Don't let them get too brown or they will turn
I bitter i Put the livers, onions and eggs through the finest blade of a
| meat ^-indor. Add salt and pepper and mix well.
TO serve, put scoops of the chopped liver on a salad plate Garnish
1 with additional slices of hard boiled eggs, slices of tomatoes or parsley.
Ii:i.l< IOIS (I.KAH sot p
1 zucchini
4 celery stalks
1 this, salt
Dash i>epper
10 parsley sprigs
3 bin soup bones
Wir.gs and giblets (except livers
of ciiicken
1'2 cups water
12 big camu
|2 medium onions
C.ean vegetables. Pare carrots and zucchini, peel onion. Put all
agreements in a large soup pot. Bring to a boil then lower the heat
|nd ir.mer for about two hours. Taste an Remove bones, giblets, and vegetables. For a clear soup, pour into
large bov.I or another pot through a colander or a sieve. Keep in
Icfric-rator and heat thoroughly (by bringing to a quick boil) before
|ervir J,
SOIT ALMONDS
12 err- 1 tsp. salt
lit cut> water *l cup matzo meal
C4 cup oil
Bring watc;-, salt and oil to a brisk boil. Remove from heat and
lild matzo meal, all at once. Stir well and return to heat for about
fhree minutes, stirring all the time. Remove from heat and allow to
Stand 10 minutes.
Add one egg after the other, stirring vigorously after each addi-
tion. The dough should be smooth with no traces of egg in it. If the
[lough .ooks too soft to handle with your hands, add some more matzo
leal.
Preheat the over to 403 degrees fahrenheit. Grease a cooky sheet
[lightly. Measure one-half teaspoon of dough and shape it into a ball.
Put on the cooky sheet. Re[>cat until all dough is used up. Bake about
15 minutes, until puffed and nicely browned.
SAVORY CHICKEN'
3 cloves of garlic 2 large roasting chickens, cut
3 onions Dash pepper
2 tsp. sait \i cup water or clear soup
Cut the chicken into serving pieces. (Use wings and giblets to
make the soup.) Slice onions thinly and chop the garlic.
Arrange the chicken pieces in a large roasting pan. Sprinkle them
on both sides with salt and a dash of pepper. Put them skin side down.
and add the onions above and under the chicken. Sprinkle chopped
garlic on top. add (he water or soup, and cover the pan tightly with j
cover lt witii aluminum foil.
Bske in a preheated 37S degree fahrenheit over 45 minutes: re-
move the cover, turn skin side up and continue to bake at 350 decrees
for another 40 minutes till the chicken is nicely browned. Serve with
onion
POTATO BAKE
(To be Imked lit same time as chicken)
medium potatoes Dash pepper
onion, minced i CUP 'l
tsp. salt 1 cup clear soup
Peel potatoes and slice thinly. Arrange in a baking pan, with salt,
pper and minced onion. Add oil and toss lightly. Add soup (or
lor) and cover tightly with a cover or with aluminum foil. Bake in
Maxwell House Coffee
I A Passover Tradition
Funny how some things become
I traditional over the years. Max-
well House Coffee is one of them.
Because Maxwell,House's "good1 to
the last dxo-)" flavor never t-a-
-Utos. It's a lot like an old friend
'hat's always nice to have around.
And what bettor time to show
your guests you care than during
the holidays.
Yes, it's good to know that even
in the fast paced '70s, Jewish
homemakers can still turn to a
fine-proven product lika Maxwell
House Coffee. Available in both
instant anil regular, kosher for
Passover Maxwell House is the
traditional way to greet your
guests every day of Passover.
a 375 degree fahrcnhi it oven 45 minutes. Remove and bake for another
'.0 or 40 minutes at 330 degrees until nicely browned.
PAKSLEVKD CAKROTS
I'.i lb. carrots 2 th!-. parve margarine
1 cup water 2 t-p. chopped parsley
1 tsp. salt Dash pepper
Pare carrots and slice crosswise into thin rounds. Bring water and
salt to a boil in a shallow pot. Add carrots and cook covered, till the I
carrots arc tender yet somewhat crisp, (about 15 minutest.
Drain and add margarine and shake the pan to cover all carrots
with melting margarine. Sprinkle with pepper and chopped parsley.
NTT TOKTE CHOCOLATE SAUCE
7 eggs at room temperature 1 cup ground nuts
2 '3 cup i>otato starch 2 tbls. oil
2'3 cup matzo meal 1 & 1/3 cup fine sugar
Separate the eggs; put the whites in a big bowl and the yolks in
h medium sized bowl.
Sift the matzo meal twice to a very fine consistency; measure the
amount needed; then sift together with the potato starch. Beat the
egg yolks and gradually add half the sugar. The mixture should be
thick and bright. Add the oil and mix.
Beat the egg whites until foamy. Then, still boating, add tin
sugar gradually until the whites look stiff and glossy. Fold the eg-*
yolks gently into the egg whites, using a big spatula. Gently fold in
the matzo meal and potato starch mixture. Finally, fold tho ground
nuts.
Pour batter into a lightly greased pan (round or squarei. The
size of the pan should be so that it can hold the batter and not be
filled more than two-thirds of its capacity. Bake in a 350 degree oven
for 50 to 60 minutes, or until a toothpick inserted in its center comes
out dry.
CHOCOLATE
2 cups water
1 & M this, potato starch
2/3 cup sugar
4 oz. semi sweet chocolat"
Bring the water and sugar to a boil in a medium sauce pan. more flavor you may use one cup of water and one cup black cofiec.i
Mix the potato starch with one-fourth cup tap water. Pour in the
boiling water, stirring constantly, til it thickens. Cook for five min-
utes, on low heat, still stirring.
Melt the chocolate and add to sauce together with brandy. Remove
from heat and add the margarine by small pieces, mixing after each
addition.
Put th" yolk in a small dish and add two tablespoons of the sauce.
Stir, then pour into the sauce and mix. Serve the sauce over a piece of
torte. You may serve it warm, but do not reheut it. since the yolk will
curdle.
SAUCE
3 tbls. parve margarine
1 tbls. brandy
1 egg yolk
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Friday, March 24, 1972
Question
Box
Werblins Chairmen Of
City Of Hope Dinner
More than 600 persons attended the third annual Amer-
ican Medical Center at Denver luncheon in the Carillon
Hotel recently. The chcirmen of the event included (from
left to right, front to back) Mrs. Robert Brizel, Mrs Louis
Teich, Mrs. Jack May, Mrs. Romona Morowitz, Mrs. Murray
Corwin and Mrs. John Layton.
The Voices Four (Arbaah Kolote), exciting new musical en-
semble providing a new awareness of Jewish identity to
young and old with their "beat" versions of liturgical
music, new songs and Israeli favorites, will appear with
singing star Geula Gill in Arie Kadun's "Israel Passover
Festival." The star-studded evening will be held in the
Miami Beach Auditorium Sunday, April 2, with proceeds
going to the United Synagogue Youth. Also appearing are
comedian Eddie Schaffer and David Lester and his orches-
tra. Tickets 'tax deductible) are available at the auditorium.
By RABBI SAMl'EL t. FOX
Why do we ue fived stand-
ardized texts for our uravers
instead of offering spontaneous
phnuMf
White originally spontaneous
irayer was in order, the tradition
developed to limit the prayers to
; fixed texts.
A number of reasons arc ad-
, vanced for this development.
Originally it seems the text of
the prayers were passed on orally
At that time it was recptnmen ed
hrit one sho-ild add his own spon-
taneous petition.
Subsequently, the prayers were
reduced to writing and the fixed
Siddur influenced the standardi-
zation of the text. Indeed, people
who did not know the prayers by
heart had to rely on the written
text and were in no position to
ompose prayers of their own.
Furthermore, a fixed text of
prayers makes for a united com-
munity of Jewry all over the
world because it means that all
Jews are using the same text. This
is especially true since all prayers
are in Hebrew and not everyone
'mows how to compose prayers in
Hebrew. In addition, the fixed
text allows for an order in the
communal service which might
otherwise be confusing.
Currently, the way in which
some Jews add prayers to the
fixed text is to select some moan-
ingiul psalms in which the needs
of the individual find expression.
ITie Hasidim added a note of spon-
taneity in prayer by introducing in-
dividual melociei so that if the
text was not spontaneous, at leas',
the melody was.
It should also be stated that
while the written text may b;
fixed by tradition, each one of us
certainly has our own means of
emphasis and relevance for the
words. The fixed text has not only
een a means ot unity between
contemporary groups of Jews, it
has also served to unite the gen-
erations of the past with those of
the present and c ri perhaps
hose of the future, thus estab-
lishing an eternal historic commun-
ity of Jews.
(C). 1972, Jewish TeleRraphlr Al-.-ii.-vi
Mr. and' Mrs. David ''Sonny"
VVerblinof Miami ,and New York
have"bee'n'narhed chairmen of the
City of Hope annual benefit bail
April 8 at the Carillon Hotel.
The ball will honor Mr. and Mrs.
James Donn Jr. who will receive
the national Torch of Hope Award
as "Couple of the Year" in recog-
nition of their community service
and philanthropic endeavor.
The Torch of Hope Award is
made by the board of trustees of |
the City of Hope, a pilot medical
center located at Duarte. Calif.,
and supported entirely by public
donations, national foundations
and volunteer services.
The Werblins Sonny and
Leah Ray are noted for their
active participation in charitable
events here and in New York and
New Jersey. Mr. Werblin, a man
who does things exceptionally well
in whatever field captures his in-
terest, is an official of Monmouth
Park Jockey Club and a member
oi me Music Corporation of Amer-
i
Heading the planning commit-
tee for the ball at the Carillor. are
Mrs. Cy Pla-sky, president Miami
Beach Chapter and national boara
member; Mrs. A. J. Portnoy, Soutn
Broward Chapter president and
Mrs. Bernard Hoffman, Miami
Beach past president.
Other committee members are
are Mrs. Abe Cohen, Mrs. Sy Mil-
ler,, Mrs. Alan Wagner, Mrs,
Louis Brooks, Mrs. Hyman Gold-
berg, Mrs. Ida Turitz. Mrs. Irv-
ing J. Bloom, Mrs. Evelyn S .
and Mrs. Edna Reinstcin.
Reservations may be made by
contacting the City of Ho;>e ol fie
8024 Harming Ave., Miami Beach
or any member of the comma tee.
Proceeds from the ball, spon-
sored by the Southeastern Region
Council's five chapters, will go to
the research facility at the center
in Duarte in the Donn's name.
Members of the board of trus-
tees making the award by nomi- j
nation from the 440 chapters in:
186 cities of 25 states and the Pis-1
trict of Columbia, are U.S. am-1
bassador to India Kenneth Keat-I
iner. nnd Frtr"""d Brown,
governor of California.
former
13 Life Members Honored By
Yeshiva Day School Women
"Why Jewish Symbolism" was
Rabbi Naftali Porush's topic at j
general membership meeting of
the Yeshiva Day School Women
and PTA mothers this week in
the home of Mrs. Hyman Genuth.
PTA chairman; a Passover dis-
cussion followed.
The president of Yeshiva Day
School Women, Mrs. Jacob Cher-
nofsky, was among the 13 lit"-'
members honored on this occasion.
Also honored were Mrs. George
Bass, Mrs. Dorothy Dlatt, Mrs
Rachel Gropen, Mrs. Samuel Glick,
Mrs. Harry Gomberg, Mrs. Albert
Satz, Mrs. Irving Seidel, Mrs.
Philip Spieler, Mrs. Lillian Stein-
fink. Mrs. Phyllis Schaffman. Mrs.
Mollie Shlland and Miss Carol
MacKenzie.
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and Jennie Grossinger, a lady who serves more fabulous
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And, we know Grossinger's poultry will please you;
it s the finest available, and it's already soaked and salted
to save you time and work. Get them whole or just get the
parts your family likes best... breasts, legs or wings.
There are Grossinger's fryers, broilers, roasters, Rock
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This Week In History...
I Years Ago Thl Week: 1933
ned anti-Semitic stw'ents
rked the synagogue in Jassy,
Inania.
he last synagogue in Kiev was
fisticatcd by the local authori-
se Mikefe, the Jewish Arti-
. and Agriculturists' Organi-
lion in Hungary, marked its
|ih anniversary by reporting it
looked after 8,000 orphaned
and trained 6,000 of them.
|Pr. Aaron Singalowsky of World
AT said 1.6 million Jewish small
aders in Poland, Rumania and
Lithuania had been completely
uined.
Fire from an unattended candle
pestroyed an ancient synagogue in
Zhnludek, Lithuania.
The Jewish Olympics in Tel
| Aviv with Egypt, Syria and
Lebanon participating ended
with Poland first, the United
States second and Palestine fifth.
Rabbi Joseph Chaim Sonnenfeld.
Manischewitz Products
Treats For Holiday
When it comes t(. kosher for
Passover food treats, there's real-
lv only one name to remember
MaillSChewitZ. That's because Ma-
nischewitz has become a Passover
tradition!
So this Passover, stick with a
"tradition"one your whole fam-
ily will enjoy. Kill your Passover
pantry with fine quality Manis-
chewitz food products. And enjoy,
enjoy!
Mat/os, matzo products, cakes,
cookies, soups, gefilte fish, pre-
serves, canned fruits, juices, con-
diments yes, even baby foods.
Manischewitz makes them all .
and all under strict rabbinical
supervision.
Hungarian-born Ashkenazic leader
in Palestine, died in Jerusalem at
85.
10 Years Ago This Week: 1962
Presidential aide Chester Bowles
reported: "Although I went to
Cairo with no expectation of
achieving miracles of good will,
I believe my visit helped to elimi-
nate certain misunderstandings. I
came away with some hope thai we
may be entering into a period of
calmer, more realistic and rational
relationships."
Ephraim Margalit, the former
Keren Hayesod official convicted
of embezzlement of $170,000, was
sentenced in Jerusalem to 15 years'
imprisonment.
Five boys, aged 7-12, escaped
after causing $3,000 damage to
Temple Yeshiva Rabbi Israel
Salanter, New York.
Israeli Attorney General Gideon
Hausner asked a Supreme Court
panel to reject Adolf Eichmann's
appeal of his death sentence: "He
was not a mere transport officer
or keeper of the timetables. He
<"ic nHcncco-' u-ith tb" ti'<
Offer Improved Maxim
To Unexpected Guests
Everyone likes to be prepared,
particularly when it comes to
entertaining. But holi-
often mean friends and rela-
Itives popping in at unexpected
times, too. That's why it makes
[good sense to have new Improved
Maxim Freeze-Dried Coffee right
at your fingertips.
Maxim's faster processing helps
to lock in more fresh percolated
flavor. Improved Maxim is actual-
l ly so rich and strong that the peo-
ple who make it suggest that use
LESS in every cup.
Add new Improved Kreeze-Dried
Maxim Coffee to your Passover
shopping list. Certified kosher for
Passover, naturally.
exterminating the Jews."
Three ex-Nazi officials got 45-,
42- and 39-month sentences fo.'
helping murder 172 Polish Jews.
Delegates to the World^CortFer-
ence of Jewish Organisations is-
sued a_ "most earnest appeal" to
Moscow to Ycverse its ban on
Passover matzoth. The State De-
partment said U.S. intervention
would be counterproductive. Chief
Rabbi Yehuda Leib Levin of Mos-
cow advised Jews to ~ake their
own.
U.S. Ambassador Adlai Steven-
son said of recent Israeli-Syrian
clashes that "whatever the facts
in this connection, they do not
justify the Israeli reversion to any
policy of retaliatory raids "
A student riot in Muni.-h after
a showing of the film 'Judgment
at Nuremberg" led the Justice
Ministry to retVc Judge Herman
Marki. a Nazi holdover.
Two J?ws of Soviet Georgia,
Mordekh Abramovitch Kakiashvili
and A. K. Sleimanov, were report-
edly executed for "economic
crimes" as an examp'e to others.
Philadelphia Cream Cheese
The Matzoh's Best Friend
So. it's a short farwell to bagels
for a week or so!
Well, the folks at Kraft want
you to know that their guaran-
teed fresh Philadelphia Brand
Cream Cheese u al.-o one^f,, the
nicest tnings to nappen to inat-
zoh.
Kosher for Passover Philadel-
phia Brand Cream Cheese spreads
so evenly that you'll agree it be-
longs on your Passover taole right
through the holiday.
And as a "breather" from some
of the heavier Passover meals,
may we suggest this "Fruit Killed
Lettuce" recipe made with Phila-
delphia Brand Cream Cheese. It's
B light, nice chang. -of-pace idea.
Refreshing too!
FRUIT FILLB1I WETTl'CB
1 large head lettuce
':! cup salad dressing
1 8-oz pkg. Philadelphia
Brand OVpjtrn Che*-
114 cups (1-lb. 1-oz. can)
drained fruit cocktail
1/3 cup chopped pecans
Remove center of lettuce, leav-
ing outside leaves to form 1-inch
shell. Gradually add salad dress-
ing to softened cream cheese, mix-
ing until well blended. Add fruit
cocktail and pecans; mix lightly.
Fill lettuce shell; cover and chill 4
nours or overnight.
To serve, slice crosswise or into
wedges. Yield: 6 servings.
Note: Place lettuce shell in bowl
before filling with fruit mixture.
David Pinski Culture Club
A literary ana musical program
is planned by the David Pinski
Club for Friday's "Oneg Shabbos"
at 8 p.m. in the Ida Fisher School
Cafeteria. 1450 Drexel Ave., Mi-
ami Beach. "Chaim Greenberg
His Spiritual World," will be the
subject of a talk by L. Lasavin.
author and lecturer; Hilda Zucker.
folk-singer, accompanied by Paul
Yanovsky on the mandolin, will
entertain the gathering with selec-
tions of Yiddish and Hebrew
Son"s..
Student Balloting
Favored McGovern
By MARK POPKIN
Student representatives from
more than 100 Flori.'a schools par-
ticipated in the Florida Youth Pri-
mary at North Miami Beach Sen-
ior High School Saturday, March
11.
The Florida Youth Primary was
conceived and brought into being
by 'Teens Voice." the school';
political club, in order to provide
an opportunity for all the major
presidential candidates or their
Spokesmen to explain their view-
points at the same place on the
same day. Among the candidate*
who appeared in person were Sen.
Hubert Humphrey, Sen. George
McGovern and Mayor John V.
Lindsay.
Most of the students, who ar-
rived Friday, were housed at the
Everglades Hotel. They favored
Sen. McGovern over Sen. Hum-
phrey by two votes after the third
ballot. President Nixon reciive^
98r/r of the Republican vote.
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Page 14-C
-Jmist fh>rldlain
Friday, March 24 1972
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 RB:
MARTIN KURPIT
and
J'HYI.LIS Klltl'IT
TO: PHYLLIS KfllPIT
III Btreet
BnMkljm, .New '. ..rk
VOL' ARK HEREBY. NOTIFIED
il.i .ui action for Dissolution of Mar-
net you an*!
you :> Mrrve a cop) "I
rill......: :.--. if any, to ii on
.; KV l> CAIDI.N' attorney foi
oner, whoaf sduri ^ i- 171'.1
N E ii-11. Av. i ue, X'.i'li Miami
i tii- in.- original ith
I i.. ol thi gbovi -'vied court on
r. April 19. IW2; OtlKMwbM -I
default .'ill be entered against you
t<-r !(. emanded in th.....ra-
tion
This notlci published once
. .-.-k lor 1'iUf consecutive weeks
in THi: JEWISH PLORIDIAN.
UIT.VKSS my hand and the seal ol
auii al Mlamli Florida on thia
14 .lay ..f .Mai. h, 1972.
K 1! LEATHSRMAX,
\ Clerk, circuit Court
Dade County, Plorlda
B) K -M. KISSF.F.
Aa i "!> Clerk
(dr. uii Court Beal)
'Ml IX. ROTHBXBBRQ, KOOAN fc
KORXBLUM
N K lath Avenue
North .Miami l'.-a. ii. Florida MIM
Attorney* foi Petitioner
J 17-34-31 4 7
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 70-355
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DSCHARGE
S HE Estate of
JKX.N'IK H.liSTF.IX
Deceasi 'i
Ni iTH 'i-: la hen by en >n that i
i nil .1 in'. Final lleporl and Pi "-
for Diatrlbutlon and PinaJ Die-
utrlx "i ihe estate >-f
!; <: 'l DSTBIX, 'i...... ed: and
i, ii,.- 12th 'lay i.f April, IOT2,
v. ill apply i" 'in Honorable County
iii'ii-i of ii.nl. County, Florida, for
ipproval "f sa.'l Final Report and for
utlon ami final rl chai re aa
utrix of ii"- i Stan- ol ihi- above'
named decedent. Thli ISth day of
March, 1872
siiiui i:v WftOLF, executrix
(IKl iKOB 8AMPAS
ney
*- I In...In Road, Room 211
Miami llc-ii Ii. Ploi i.la
:: 17-21-31 4/7
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: tin- marnair of:
KflUND DANSEKEAC
Huaband .
and
BIMOXB DAN8KREAI'
Wife
Ti : Slmone I tanseretag
Realdence i Unknown
You. Simon.- Danaereau. are hereby
notified that a Hill of Complaint for
Dlvoree has been filed .-..gainst y..u.
ami you an- required in nerve a cony
of your Answer or Pleading to the
mil of Complaint on the Husband'.
attorney, Stanley ft Bondman, 2r.su
If.W, (2nd Street, Miami. Florida
13147 and file tin- original Answer or
Pleading in thi- office of tin- Clerk of
the Circuit Court am or before the 17
day of April. 1 !7^. If you fail to do
so. iu.lu-iii. ni by default will be taken
.-.vaiiiMt you for the relief demanded In
ih.- iiiii of Complaint
Thin notice Khali In- published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JF.WISII FIORIDIA.N.
DONE AXD <)JII>EllICr> at .Miami,
Vlorlda. this 13 day of March A.D.
1972.
i: B. I.BATIIERMAX. Clerk,
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
Ily: K. H. I AXWAY
1 elul v Clerk
(i Ir.uii Court Sen It
ktani by r nonnMAN
2r.S N. W. 2nd Street
Miami. Florida
Aiionu-y for Plaintiff
3 17-L'4-3I 4 7
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. 72-5478
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN HE:
I.KO.XKI.A MENENDBZ, Wife
and
RAFAEL II. MENENDRZ, Huaband,
TO: RAFAEL I:. MBXBXDBZ
Realdence I '.il.in.u n
rotl ARB HBRBBV NOTIFIED
thai an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed agalnai you and
you an- required to Herve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to ii on
JAY a. su ihi.Kit. attorney for Peti-
tioner, whose address Is aiiS I'ilv Na-
tional Hank Building, 3.", Weal Klagler
S'reet. .Miami. Florida 3313". ;,,,,! ,u,.
the original with Ihe clerk of the
above styled court on or before April
III ,1971; Otherwise a defaull will lie
nil.red Bgainal you for Hie relief
demanded in Hi cnmtllalnl or petition.
This notice shall l.e publlahed once
each .ek for four consecutive weeks
in THB JEWISH FloRIDIA.X
WITNESS my hand and Ihe Heal
of said court ni .Miami. Florida mi
thin ISth day ..f M.-ir.-ii. i72
i: l: I BATIIBRMA.V,
Ah Clerk, Circuit Court
Had.- CnuntV Florida
l: M KI88BB
As [iiiiuly Clerk
<<'lri-ult Conn Real)
I \\' \ RW1DLER
"< diy Matlnnnl Rank Hulldimr
Mlami, l-'lorlda ::::' >
,\ii..rn..\ f..i Petitioner
S/17-24-81 4 7
LGAL NOTKL
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
IX KB TI.- damage .
HBI.BX J( >riNS< >-\.
ami
JI'XKIR !..\> V JOH?
Huaband
TO: JUNIOR LACY JOHNSON
Residence I nknown
Vou. .11 SIOB I ACV JOHNSOX, are
notified that a Hill
Ida.nt for Divorce ha- been filed
againal you, and you art required
to srv.- a rcpy f
Pleading to ihe Hill of Complaint on
:,...ltiiiff*s attorney, Kail
i.- I : .in Road. .\l. !'
Plorlda ami file th orlglaal A
plead t .ii ine office "f t; Clerk
*>f th- Circuit c.,urt on or before 'he
It day of April, !:-7-- If you fall '..
|udgm< .1 by defaull will be
taken againal wu for the r.-li.-f de-
manded il: 111.- Hill of O.miilaitil
Thi.- notice Khali > publlahed t
: e.k for u-w onaecutlve weeka
in thi; JEWISH fI'ii:ii>iax
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, ihi- 14 day of March A I'
I'.'7.'
K B I BATHERMAN. Herk,
. :-uit Court, Dade count* Plorlda
B) I. BXBBDBX
Deputy ci.rk
KWITXEY A.- KROOP
l.'i. lain ]:, Road
Miami Real h, Florida MISS
Attorneya for Wife
_____________3 17--.'4-;l I 7
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO 7?.5420
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IV in:
THE MARRIAOE I IP
VIRGINIA ADI.MAX,
Wife,
and
STEPHEN I -1: K .Mil..MAX.
H u 1': I -1
TO: STEPHEN LEE .Mil.MAX
o MRS. MARY ADI.MAX
in'i-i:, Queem Boulevard
i-'.,i.--.i inn-. New ^'orl<
V"l ARE HEREBY NOT1PIBD thai
Petll '. f i ill notation of Marriage
haa been flletl againal ) ou, and vou
re i .111..11I |o : .-. a ...-.-. ..' \ ..in
\i p|, adlng, If am
1 BTAm BY M
PRED, -"l Had.- Federal Bu
Florida, Rnd file the
Anawer ..r Pleading in the offli of
the (!li 11 ..f the I' rcull Courl oi
l.'-for.- 'In I7'li day of Anril, I -7
..... a defaull v. ill I"-
ag.....-' v.,ii (,,i ii,.- relief demanded In
Hie Petition
Dated al Miami, Dade County Plo-
rlda, thia I4ih day of March IS72
ii Ircuil Courl s-nli
i: B I.KATHKHMAX
' 'lerk. I 'Ircuil '.....'
l:\ i: H I AXWAY
Deputy Clerk
___________________________3 -17 -:4 -: i l 7
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. 7-54S
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN" RE: THE M > RRI *OE <>F
JIMMY I PE JORDAN, Petltl.....r
and
\'ii.I tit Fit Kii.'ii xx Reapondenl
TI: MTI DRED .TORD \X
...... Balnea Sirei-i
T,li.l" 'nil. (-..r"'-.
Vi il" ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Diaaolutlon of m.t-
rlnire has been filed aaaiiiat yon and
you are reouir.-d to aeree n oony of
v.nr 'vrilten d.-r.-,'s,. If :inv. to It no
BTOVB & SORT-CHIN, Oulllormo
Sostchin. altornev foe Petitioner,
whose address |K ml \\\V. 13th Ave..
Miami. Florida, and file Ihe original
with the nlerk of the above arvled
i-i.urt on or before A...M ]S, 197?*
otherwlae a default w"l be enl.-red
agalnat vou for the relief demanded
in ihe eomnlaint or netltlon.
ThlK nnilee shall be nubl'shed nnee
eHeh week 'or fonr imo.-i.nil.." weeks
In tmv. .IFWISII FF/IRiniAX.
a-ITNTSS m>- hand nnd the srnl of
aid marl it Miami, "'orlda on this
ISth dav of Mnreh. 1*7*.
r n i F.tTitKnmv
A.CIerL-. flreiill Co.,r|
I>n.te Co||e.l,- TSlorl.l.,
By: c P. copii-i \p
As pem.lv Clerk
(Clr..,|ll C..|lr| Se.,1)
''' s-...... i- ...
STOXE & ROHTCIHV
"'1 X W fth A--'.hi.
Mi-.mi. Florida 1-1311
attorney for Petitioner
3 17-34-31 4 7
IN THF CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH .'UOICIAI. CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR OAoir COUNTY
FLORIDA.
NO 7o.1nol0
NOTIf-F TO APPEAR
T" IK Mtl.E.X.
Plaintiff,
VH
nosu iui,-nv ........i I,,..,,,,,.
MARVIN I eROV cemtv. .lit., a '
siiii-ie peraon; etc,, el al
Def.-.idinls
TO: A X X l-'TT K .1A c K S( > X
:""<3 Tiehnm Avenue
Bronx, X V
TO: I OITISB I.AHIIEM'E
?tfi 'h Av-..".-, Apl. I-It
New York, v v.
VnF ARE HEREBY xiiTIFlKn
lhal an action for fnreclnaw.....f a
mortgage uimmi the following rteacrlh-
d real iiri.oeriv in Dade County, Plo-
rlda, was Instituted:
1 ol '. Itlo, k ;. of SEVENTH AVE-
xci.; i-AitK. according to the
Plat thereof, as recorded In Plnl
Hook 17. Page 17. of the Public
RecnrdH ,.f i.-i.l,. I'miiitv Plorlda
Mil' aim.; PBOTtRBD to file v.iii-
Answer With Hie Clerk of Hill C..II.I
and s. -..I a ,-oov thereof ,,
I- r'U'Vl' I l-M 1 li l[ Alli.rn.-v ;,t
i m .;-..i Weal Fl.-u-l.-r Rlreet Minml
Kiorlda ......:i hv tnr|| |fl, | vis,.. .-, defaull "ill l.e entered againal
yon
Dated March '- l7
H 1! I I' ITHRRI \\-
>s Clerl, ,,r ii... i .......
B) P ciifi-i \\-|)
___ I.....'iMCI.rk
fl Ircuil ourl Si ali
3 17 "I --' I 7
UCAl NOTTcf
LICAL NOTKE
tECAL ROTra
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 72-381 (Dowling)
: RE Batate ..f
n:\ |NO .l' ILDBBRG
. Red
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Credit" i- and All Peraon: llav-
Ing CTainu .-r Demand! Agahial Said

You ar.- hereby notified and reqult
ed to pres.-nt any claiDUl and .I. in.-iinl
l.i h you ma) have againal Ihe ea-
late "i IRVIXG OOLDBBRO deceaaeil
IM> "f Hal- County, Florida lo lb.
Judgen of Had.- i 'ounty, and
fde tb< dupllcati anil as pro-
n 7::3 16, Florida SMI -
.ii their offlrea in the Counly
I Courthouae in Dade County, Plorida,
within six calendar months from the
urn.- "f the fir-' publication hereof,
me ill be barred
Dated al Miami. Florida, ilu- 16th
lay of February, A T> 1*72.
MINNIE POSNEH
As KxeiUlliX
First publication of ibis notice on
ih.- I7;h dav of March, 1*71.
KBXNETH X. RBKANT
. Attorney for MINNIE POSXBR
'Suit.-.-:', i >n. Uncoln Road Bldg.,
Ml mi Beach, Pla S31S9
1 Telephone: 5S8-1
3/17-34-31 4'7
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION 72-614-3
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IX RE: THE MARRIAOE OP
MARY Kl.i.KX JACKSON,
ICOftlB JACKSOX, Ilu- -i>..l
TO: LACONIE JACKSON, Hu-'.aud
Vou, LACONIB JACKSOX, a.-e here-
by notified that an action for .
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA--IN PROBATE
No. 72-1071
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Batate ..i
l.nris DRUCKBR
lie.-.-.i .d
To All < 'ii dltoru and All Pel
Ing |aim-. "i Demand! Agi -
|-;.-ial.-:
Vou are hereby noilfled and re-
quired lo prei ni any i lalma and de-
mands which vou may have againal tlon of Marriage has been filed ai
ih. eatate of LOI'18 DRI'CKBR de-] you, and >'-u are required u> verve i
..as..i late "f Had.- County, Florida. I cop] your written defenses if any
ilu- Count) JudgeH ol l>ade County, ii on the Petiiloi .
.,' d I 1 lav id K
and file Hi
provided lit
aim- Hi dupll. at
Ki .-non |. ;... Plorlda
Statutea, In their offices in Ihe Coun-
ly Courthouae in Dade County. Flor-
ida, within Ix .ai. i dar montl
the 11in.- "f the first publication here-
of, or Ihe same v\ ill be barred.
Dated al Miami. Florida, ihii !8 day
ol February, A.D. 1872.
Si Ima M. l"u : I
,\s Executrix
in si publication of thia notice on
ih. :: day or Mar. h, IS72. y
EAI'ME. FINK KORMAX
Ain.iii. \ for Bxe< uirix
l.'i"3 C.....:re-s lIuildil'K
.Miami. Florida 33133
3 ::-!"- r i
Stone, 101 X VV. i;-n Ave..
Miami. Florida ::3lr.". >3tS.43&) ami
: iginal with ih.- i *'. ^ ,.i
the Circuit Court on or befori the 31
day <>f April. 1*72; otheru iae .. d. -
fault will be entered againal >-ou for
the relief demanded In ihe mplalnt
. : tithm.
This notice shall i.. publlahed once
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-1295
JOHN R. BLANTON
In RE: F.staii- .,f
HELBXE P. JACOBSON
i .-..:
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Peraona Hav-
ma Claims or Demandi Againal Said
Batate;
Vou ar.- hereby notified and requir-
ed lo pr.-si nl any clalma and demands
... i'lt you may have againal the es-
late .1 HELENe. P. JACOBSON dr-
. .....I late or Dade County, Ploi Ida,
. ihe County Judgee of Had.- County,
- ihe name i'. duplli ate And a-
,.,..-.,.i.-.i in Bectio.i ',33. n;. Plorida
Slatutea, in their i falcei In the County
Courthouae In Dade County. Florida.
-\ iilnii six calendar months from the
I time of the flrei publication hereol,
Ihe Rame *'. ill be barred
I at Miami. Florida, this ISth
day of Man h, A l> 1972
J( ISEPH .1 JACOBSON
i: mor '
F ral publication of iliN
III i ol March, 1*72
\i S'CE, PIXK \- PORMAN
Attorneya for
ihe Bxecutor and ih. Batate
i "- i 'ongreaa Building.
Miami, Pla 33132
3 17-24-::! 4'7
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. 72-534S
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IX RE: THF MARRIAOE OF
Rl UIKRT I BE HARRIS,
HUSBAND,
AND
M ITTIB PEARL HARRIS.
WIFE
TO: MATTIE PEARL HARRIS
P.O. Ilox 214
Belle Hlade. Florida
YOU ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Diaaolutlon of Mar-
riage has been filed agalngt vou and
you ar.- required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to it on
Martin Starr, attorney for Petitioner,
whose address Is 43" Lincoln Road.
Miami Beach. Florida 33139. and file
ih*. original with the elerk of the above
sivl.d .-ourl on or before April 19.
1972: otherwise a default will be en-
tared againal you for tne relief de-
manded in the complaint or petition.
This nntir-e shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THB JEWISH FLORlDtAX.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami, Florida on
this 14 day of Mai en. 1972.
K. II. LKATHERMAX,
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dnde County. Florida
Ily: L. SXEF.DEX
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
Martin Starr
42" Lincoln Road
Miami Reach, Florida 33I3S
Attorney for Petitioner
3/17-24-31 4,7
eka
seal of
I ld.l
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY tSIVEN lhal
ih. underaigned, deaivlng In engage in
buaineaa under the flctltlnua name of
For. mosi Halm Patio Bar and Pack-
age Store al ISlfl X.W. 27th Avenue,
Miami Florida intend i" reglatei
name with the Clerk of the Circuit I
Court of Hade County, Florida
M< iR'l'i IN S>'>l \\'.\ RTZ
RICHARD KFI.I.A
SAXFORD II KRAMER
Altornev for Richard Kulla and
M,rton SrhwarU
3 'S-IO :7-3i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVKN lhal
the underaigned, deairing to engage in
buaineaa under Ihe Ilctllloua nami of
BINKBR'S SIDE MOI.DINOH Bl 121
S.E. Mb Street, Miami. Fla. Il
i.. regl lei aid name with the 'lerk
..;' Hi.- i ii. u' i -in t of 1 lade i lounty,
Florida.
MANUEL BINKEI)
:: 3-1 :7-.l
I 7
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: i> tale -.i
l.'r.i'.v l;i (SEN
Decea w To All Credltora and All Peraona Hav-
ing claim- or Demands Againal Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re- '
quired to preacnl any clalma and de-
mands which you may hav.- againal
the .stale ,.f L1BBY ROSEN deceased
late Of Hade County. Plorida, to the
County .lu.lv.s of Hade County, and
file Ih.- same in vided In Section 733 in. Florida Stat-
uies, in iheir nfflcea in the County
Courthouae in Had,- County, Florida.
within six calendar months fmm the
time of ihe first publication hereof or
the name will l" barred.
Dated at .Miami. Plorida, ibis is
day of February, A It in7'.'
AARON ROSEN
Aa Executor
First publication of this notice on
the 3 day of March, I!i73.
PAUL & THOMSON
Attorneya for Executor
1314 First National Hank Buildhtg
Miami, Florida 33131
3.3-10-17-24
.......leek for four consrcutl
in THB JEWISH FLORIDIAX
\\ ITNKSS nil hand and Ih.
id nurl ai Miami. Fl 1
I ,i.-h A l>. I72
1: B LEATHERMAX, 1
1 'ircuil '..ui 1. I ?-.'. u
B) : I: -M KIS8EE
I'. ouu .
. 1 'in uli "oui Seal)
11.,\ 1.1 I-: stone
Attorney for Petltloi 1
17-24-
NOTICE CF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERV'CE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 0- *HE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLA
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-2"3
ACTION FOR DISSOLUT ON
OF MARRIAGE
IX RE:
THE MARRIAOE I IP
PAU1 BTTE FAKIC, Wife
and
1'Z.M'F.i: FAKIC. Ilu-1
TO: l>y. mi::: PAK1C
dence 1 'nknown
YOU ARE HEREBY D
lhal an action for Dbtaotutii .
rlagi lias been nl.-n agatnac >ou .- 1
you art required 1......
your written defenaea. if any I 1
MARSHALL B, PISHER, al t
.
Dlxli 1 llghv ay, Suiti dial
ida. and file the 01
clerk or
12: 01 .
defaull will li..... -i
ed in 1
1 petition.
'I'h, 11 ? shall hi i-ni.i:-
each 111 -- it: I
ill THE JEWISH Pl-OHIDIAX
WITNESS my hand and
-aid ..in i ai Miami. Florida 1
28 dnj nt I'.-I.n irv ''"
E H LEATHERMAN,
As i 'l, 11,. Circul .
I lad.- County, Florii
By X. A. Hi.' .
At Deputy ': rk
(Circuit Com 1 s-
tlnrali -il H Plaher
Attorney for Wife
-. v- s Dixie Highway
Suit!
Miami, Plorida 33136
f
r-24
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Ho- undi rsicneii. deairing to engage
in business under the fictitious name
f CHRONO8 al 3204 Aviation Ave,
Coconut Drove, Pla, intends lo regis-
ter said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Flor-
ida,
OTTO R. STII
Holland Schonrager, P.a
Attorneya for applicant
I I'd Hriokell Ave.. Suite SOI
Miami, Fla. 33131
1/17-24-31 4 7
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-727
in RB: Batate of
HERMAN H1EQBL
I '.ceased.
T.. All Credltora and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demanda Against Said
Eatate:
You are hereby notified and re-
lulred to present any clalma and de-
mands which you may have againal
'be estate of HERMAN BIBQBL de-
ceased late of Dade County. Plorida
to the Counly .In.U-, of Dade Comm-
and file the same in duplicate and as
provided in Section 733. in Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
ly Courthouae ill Hade County Flor-
ida, within six calendar month* from
the lime of ii- firi publication here-
of, or the same iii i. barred
Dated ai Miami, piorida, thia 14
lay of March. A I) 1 !.-->
ANNA BrEOEL
As Executrix
'"_-1 publicai.......f th|a nolle......
the I, day of March, 1971
KSSFX & ESSEX
kttorneya r,,T- Executrix
1198 Ainsley Bldg., Miami. Fla
3 17-24-31 4'7
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA--IN PROBATE
No. 72-1058
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RB: Estate of
SAMUEL HOTTESMAN
Hecenaed.
To All Creditors and All Peraona 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 eatate of SAMUEL OOTTE8MAN
deceaaed late of Dnde County. Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same in duplicate and as
provided in Section 733.1C. Florida
statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will be barred.
Dated nt Miami. Florida, this 3S
flay f.f February. A.D. 1972
ARLENE RAIT
As Executrix-
First publication of this
the 3 day of March. 1*71
JOSEPH SCHMIBR
Attorney for Batate
(05 I iiicoln Road
.Miami Beach, Fla.
3'3-J'i-17-24
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
NO. 71-4763 (Primm)
ESTATE "IF
HARRY CANTOR,
I teceasell.
NOTICE OF FINAL REPORT
AND APPLICATION FOR
DISCHARGE
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
. ".Si'SU? 1"r,,,,>' given that SAUL
-\>>TOH as Ancillary Executor of
the above Estate has completed bit
administration and hns filed in |h|n
11 ourt his final Reporl and Application
for Discharge. Objections, if any
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CJ1VEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under ihe fictitious name of
II & R HARNESS SUPPLY &
SPOXGE COMPANY at H18-1S Alton
Road, Miami Beach, Fla Intenda to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dnde County,
Florida.
BENJAMIN c.Ll'i'K
DROVER WKIXSTF.IX i
8TAUBER, P.A
By: Shcrwln Stauber }
Attorneys for Benjamin Oluck
ISA Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
otico on
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
NATIONAL FILTER CORP. at 5411
VE. 2nd Ave., Miami, Fla. 33137 in-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of tin- Circuit Court of Dad*
County, Florida.
RODOLFO BIJVIN
,____ JAMES DeSANTO
BTONE & SOSTCHIN
Attorneys for Itlaln and DeS.uito
111 X.W. 13th Avenue
.Miami. Florida 3313D
__________________________3/8-10-17-84
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA.-IN PROBATE
in- n .No' 7'-1*95 (Blanton)
IX RFv Estate of
LISA MILCH,
Deceased.
NOTICE OF INTENTION
TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR
DISTRIBUTION AND
.. ,n, F,NAL DISCHARGE
.,,,' ''' '* hereby i;|veii that I have
lied I mal Report ami Petition for
I'ls.iibuiioti and Klnnl Discharge as
vi',V',".'i"r ,"f ""' ',ii,, f l-'-SA
"-.I '. '""''' '""' "'at on the
..th day of March, mi, will : nply
i" tr Honorable County Judges of
Dade County, Florida, for approval of
sa.d Final Report and for distribu-
tion and final discharge as Executor
' i ', ,sii,"'' "f ""' above.named de-
;';:!;'"!- This 23rd day of February,
Elliott Harris, Executor
Lop.-z. Hannon & Harria
By: Elliott Harris
Attorney
Suite JOS Roberts Bu'dl
.Miami, Fla- 33130
S 3-1 ft.17-24
:ig
NOTICE Un'UEII
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
Ancillary Bxecutor
H^^^A"8^AXD
1"" North Hiscavnc"
Miami, Florida 33133
This noti,.,. haii be published
r^'i,,".!''1' f"r f"ur conaecutlw
In THB JEWISH PI-ORTDIAN
:; 3-111-17-24
once
ris.., ,,| i,., u,.,.|-s
f February, i f*T"
IMPORT SERVICE AND
RKI'AIR Cl Utl'l IIIATIOX
,!;>,' RICHARD I.OPKZ. President
ARTHUR 8. DAVIS. ESQ.
M-iin Blsrayne Hldg.
'; U .si Flavler Stre.-I
Miami, Florida
Attorney for Appllcaut rMS-Mlioi
:; J. 10.17 I
I


rch 24, 1972
fJewisti flcridUan
Page 15-C
U NOTKE
JTICE UNDER
TIOUS NAME LAW
PIS HEREBY GIVEN thut
ffned. desiring to engage in
the fictitious inline of
.'I.F.F ui .Mhimi Bench,
ii.u iu register said name
Rerk "f the. Circuit four!
iurt. Florida.
II BEACH SYMPHONY
IHCIIESTRA, INT.
oorpomtlon, no) for profit
[l! 7.EM EL
for applicant
Iwrd St.
ml rfeach, l**la.
3/17-24-31 4'7
BOUNTY JUDGES COURT
FOR DADE COUNTY,
>RIDA--IN PROBATE
No. 72-891
IRANK B. DOWLING
|TICE TO CREDITORS
Hale Of
|C. Dl -STAN'
Id.
rtdilors Bad All Persons Huv-
s or Demands Against Said
I hereby notified and re-
present any claims n'nd de-
hich you may have against
te of CONNIE C. DUNCAN
late of Undo County. Flor-
the County Judges of Dude
and file the name in dupli-
:d .is provided in Section 733.-
ida Statutes, in their viflces in
u.-.ty Courthouse in Dndc Coun-
Fk-rida. withm six calendar
fag from the time of the firs! pub-
hereof. or the same will lie
d.
ed at Miami, Florida, thin 2nd
f .March, A.I>. 1972.
I/jWN'KV II. EKOITERKA
As Administratrix
st publication of this notice on
7 day of March. 1972.
|ll> M. CONSHAK
ey for Cstate
\\". 7th Street
Florida 33125
______________3.17-24-31 4 7_
NOTICE UNDER
ICTITIOUS NAME LAW
nCK IS HEREBY' OrVEN that
ii.i. reigned, desiring to engage In
II under the lictltious name of
-LEY SHOES at 119 North Ml-
[Florida intends to register said
with the Clerk of the Circuit
of I lade County. Florida.
JAI.Y1K GOLDBERG
B & SOSTOIIIN
neys for Jaime Goldberg
|.W. 12th Avenue
Florida 33130
3/10-17-24-31
[HE
LEGAL NOTKE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA.-IN PROBATE
No. 72-82S
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
EDNA WEISZ
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 claim.- and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of EDNA WEISZ deceased
late of Hade County, Florida, to the
County Judge* of Dade County, and
file die same in duplicate and as
provided in Section 7::;mg. Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County. Flor-
ida, wiiliin six calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will he barred.
Hated at Miami, Florida, this 1st
day of March, A.D. 1972.
WENDELL. .1. WEISZ
As Executor
FirHt publication of this notice on
the 10 day of March, 19T2.
Bernard M. Kommel. Esq.
Kommel, Rogers, Ixirber &
Sheii kman
Attorney for Executor
420 Lincoln Itoiul, Miami Beach, Fla.
3/10-17-24-31
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNT',',
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 72-885 FRANK B. OOWLING
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
MARY BERNAD1NE STI'MPF
I le. eased.
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-
mand! which you in;..- have against
th.- .-state ..f Mary liernadlne stumpf
deceased late of bade County, Flor-
ida, to the County Judges of Dane
County, and file the same iii duplicate
and as provided in Section 783.10,
Florida Statutes, in their offices In
the County Courthouse in I hide Cun-
ly, Florida, within six calendar
months from the time of the first
publication hereof, or the same will
In* barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 2 day
of March. A.D. 1972.
Virginia Gadslnski
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on the
In day of March, 1972.
David M. Gonshnk, Esq.
Attorney for Executrix
14W N.W. 7th Street
Miami. Florida 3312.'.
LEGAL NOTKE
UGAL NOTKE
COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
ND FOR OADE COUNTY,
FLORIOA--1N PROBATE
No. 71-300
ICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
LICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
:: Estate of
lEHIO A, SPAZIANTK
eased.
TICK is hereby Riven that I
filed my Final Report and Petl-
for Distribution and Final DIs-
e as Executrix of the estate of
:Hlo A. SPA7.IANTE. deceased:
hat on the 3rd day of April. 1972,
pply to the Honorable County
. of Dade County, Florida, for
al of said Final Report and for
ution and final discharge as
fctnx ,,f the estate of the above-
dfoedent. Tills 2nd day of
1878.
Marie C. Ramundo
Y NORTON
>
s. .viic Building;
Florida 33130
8/10-17-24-31
NOTICE UNDER
"ICTITIOUS NAME LAW
PICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
rdersigned, desiring to engage in
under the fictitious name of
6RN REALTY en (Nol Incor-
d) at K88G Collins Avenue, Mi-
leach, Florida, c o B. I Binder
to reglstei said name ivlth the
..f the Circuit Court of Dade
. Florida.
MARTIN FE1NMAN
P. I. BINDER
SAMUEL Tl'MARKIN
IRVING LEHRMAN
DORIS NATHAN
HERBERT WAI.I.ACII
SILVERS. EIN
coin Road
i'.<... h, Florida
|536 MC7I
3.'17-24-31 .1.7
NOTICE UNDER
[FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
pii'C IS HEREBY GIVEN that
idt-rslgned, desiring lo engage in
s under ii..- fictitious name of
ii INSTRUCTION at 10001 VV.
Strei t, Miami, Fla. Intends to
s.tui name with th.- Clerk
Circuit Court of Dad.- County,
JULES BECK
lisM
dBi< nppli.nnt
<9 i
USB Fio: id;,
? .'.-, :; ::-w-i7
t NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
KDTICE IS IIEHEI1Y GIVEN that
hi- iiii.I. r- igned. desirinK to engage iii
business under the fictitious name of
fpARMEN MAPI BOrTIQt'E ai 1166
W GSih St., Apt. E (n/k/u 114X W.
Mih Bt.) Dial.ah. Fla intend to regis-
ter said name with the Clerk of the
Cli- an Court of Had.- County, Florida.
CARMEN SOSA all'",
MARY NICOLAS BEI.TKAN :."',
______3/3-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
undersigned. desiring to engage in
sincsK under the fictitious name of
tEATrVK WOMAN at 4500 N.W.
"tli St., Opa-l.ocka. Fla. intends to
glstor said name with the Clerk of
"' Circuit Court of Dade County,
lorlda.
GREENLAND studios. INC.
By. Manuel flrrenwald. Pi.--.
3/3-10-17-24
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA.-IN PROBATE
No. 72-11M
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In IU-:: Estate of
JOHN SEIUIIN a/k/a N. Joint
s, i-t,iii. a/k/a Nathan J. belbui,
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 JOHN SERKIN a/k/a
N. John Serbln, a/k/a Nathan J.
Serbia, deceased late of Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, to the County Judges ot
Dad** County, anil file the snme in
duplicate and as- provided ill Section
733.li; Florida Statutes, in their of-
fices in the County Courthouse in
Dade County, Florida, within six cal-
endar months from the time of the
first publication hcreoi, of thu same
will be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this U day
of March. A.D. 1972.
GEORGIAN SERBIN
LEWIS I. SfcJtBIN
As Executors
First publication of this notice on
the 111 day of Mann, 1972.
Myers, Kaplan. Porter, J<-vinson &
Keniu
Attorneys for Executors
I1C4) S.W. First Street
Miami. Florida
1/10-17-84-31
3/10-17-24-31
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
72-4961
SUIT FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
in HE: Th.- Marriage of
JOHN ALTON POWELL,
Husband,
and
DONNA ABRAM8 POWELL,
Wife
TO: JOHN ALTON POWELL.
P.O. Box 397
Napl.-s, New York 14572
You, JOHN ALTON POWELL, are
hereby notified that a Petition for
Dissolution of Marriage has been filed
against you. and you are required lo
serve a ropy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Petition on the Plain-
tiffs Attorney, KWITNEY A KROOP,
420 Lincoln Road, .Miami Bench, Flor-
ida 33189 and fib- the original Answer
or Pleading In the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
12 day of April. 1972 If you fail to
.I., s.l, judgment by .l.-fault will be
taken ngnlnsl you for tin- relief de-
manded in th. Rill "I Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH PI iiKIIHAN.
DONE AXD ORDERED at Miami.
FVirlda, this 8 day of March A.D.
1972
E. B. I.KATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court. Dad.-County. Florida
By: I.. SNEEDBN
Deputy Clerk
fl 'ir.iiii Curt S.-all
KWITXEV K- Kit. HIP
4:'n I Incnln Road
Miami Reach, Florida 8813S1
Attorneys f"> Plaintiff
3 10-17-24-81
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA--IN PROBATE
NO. 72-1140 Primm
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In HE: Estate of
KKCBEN M. ZUCKEK
Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of REUBEN M. ZUCKEK
deceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same In duplicate and as
provided in Section 733.10. Florida
Statutes, In their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse In I>ade County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 2 day
of March, A.D. 1972.
NAOMI S. SUCKER
Ah Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the 10 day of March, 1972.
FKOMHERG, KROMBERG fc
ROTH. P.A.
BY: LYNN W. FROMBBRG
Attorney for Executrix
M-102 Itlscaytie Building
19 West Klngler Street
Miami, Florida 83136
3/16-17-24-31
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage m
business under the fictitious name of
Substitute Car Plan at 19806 N.W. 2nd
Avenue, Miami. Florida 381M Intend*
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
DAVE ZINN TOYOTA. INC.
David m. SSInn, President
TALIANOFF Attorneys lor Dave Binn Tsyotai Iw.
42" Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida 33138
:t 17-84-31 t "
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under th*- fictitious name
of JOE (iEl.PI ASSOCIATES at Ml- |
ami. Florida intends lo register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
JOSEPH OEI.P1
3/17-24-31 4 7
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEItEBY GIVEN that
the, undersigned. desirinK to engugO
in business under the fictitious name
Of Tops-o VINYL at 2024 S.W. 57
Avenue, Miami, Florida intend lo
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
EDMUND HUHKB. JR.
CLIFFORD TEAZEL
DAVID FERGUSON
HERBERT/.. MARVIN
Attorney for TOPS-O VINYL
777 N.W. "2nd Avenue
Miami. Florida
3/17-24-31 4/7
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring lo engage in
business under tin- fictitious name f
ALAN ROBERTS .* COMPANY at
number 6101 Biscay in- Boulevard, in
the City of Miami. Florida, intends to
register said name with the Clerk <>f
Ihe Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida
Dated at Miami, Florida Ibis cili
das of March, 1972.
.MIAMI NATIONAL BANK
GREENBERG, TltAURIG,
Hi iFFMAN, I ll'i IFF i
Ql'ENTEL, P...
At torneys lor Apple ant
liv: Susan I. Drt-siu.-k
3 10-17-84-31
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
OADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY, NO. 724830
SUIT FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGK OF:
JOSEPH RAMIREZ,
Husband,
and
CUBA RUTH RAMIREZ,
Wife.
TO: JOSEPH RAMIREZ
Apartado 658
San Jose. Costa Rica
You. JOSEPH RAMIREZ. are
hereby notified thai a Bill of Com-
plain! for Dissolution of Marriage
has been filed against you. and you
are required to sen.- a copy of your
Answer or Pleading to the Bill of
Complaint on the Plaintiffs attor-
ney, John Kirk McDonald, 271" Pol.....
ilc Leon. Blvd. Coral o.-ibl.-. Flor-
ida and file the original Answer or
Pleading in the office of the Clerk
of the circuit Curt on or before the
81 day of April. 1972 If you fail to
do so. judgment by default will be
taken ngalnsl you for th.- reli.-f de-
manded In the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall he published once
each w.-.-l, for foin consecutive weeks
ill Till-: JEWISH Fi.OKIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami.
Florida, this s day of March A D.
1978.
E. It. LEATHBRMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida
By: I.. S. DePIBTRi
Deput) Clerk
(Circuit Court s.-ali
John Kirk McDonald
740 Ponce .1.- Leon Blvd.
.'oral Gnbles, Fla. 33134
Al tOI nr} for Plaintiff
3 10-17-34-31
TREES ARE
EVERYBODY'S
BUSINESS!
NOTICE OF ACTIOL
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICh
(NO PROPER!Y,
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 <>F
ROBERT KEMP, Husband.
mid
PITH KEMP, Wife.
TO: Ruth K.-mp
P.O. Box 54S
Lafayette, California
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution ol Mai
riiige has been filed against you anil
you are required to serve a copy oi
your written defenses. If irny. to It
on Jack L Herskowllz. attorney for
Petltloner whose address is 42" Lin-
coln Road, Suite 108, Miami Beach.
Florida 33139, and file the oiiginal
with the clerk i f the nlsivc styled
court on or before April 12. 1972:
otherwise a default will he entered
against you for the relief demanded in
the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FI/JR1DIAN
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami, Florida on
iiii. -- day of March, p.7^
E. B. I.KATHERMAN.
As Clerk. Clr.-ult Court
Dade Countv. Fic-ida
By I. SVEEtDEN
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seall
Jack L. Hci'sknwitz. Es<|.
Herskriwitz and Grossman. P.A.
420 Lincoln Rd.. Suite fin::
Miami Beach. Florida nr,159
Attorney for Petltloner
3 in-17-H-Si
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 72-4899
NOTICE OF SUIT
FOR PETITION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
IN KB: MARRIAGE i >F
l_\.\IBKKT STEPANICK,
Husband
and
LYNX STEPANICK,
Wife
TO: LYNN STEPANICK
c 11 D. BROWN
BUS OAKDALE ROAD
TOMS RIVER, NEW JERSEY
VUl LYNN STEPANICK. are
hereb) 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 Dissolution of
Marriage on the Husband's attorney.
Ronald I.. Davis. Ban. P.A.-417 BIs-
cayne Ilulldlng-19 W. Flaitlcr Street,
Miami. Florida 33130-Phone: 379-2H51.
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing in the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 21 day
of April. 1972. If you fall to do so.
Judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Petition for Dissolution of
Marriage
THIS NOTICE shall he published
mi..- each week for four (Ii consecu-
tive weeks ill the JEWISH FI.OKID-
IAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this S day of March. 1972.
E B. LEATHBRMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By! R. M K1RSEE
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
.- 10-17-84-81
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of S & S ELECTRONICS at 8800 S.W.
7th Street, Miami. Florida intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
SIDNEY S. WOI.FEI.D
SYLVIA R. WOI.FEI.D
HERBERT Z. MARVIN
Attorney for S & S ELECTRONICS
777 N.W. 72 Avenue. Miami, Florida
J 17-34-31 4.7_
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA.-IN PROBATE
No. 72-1186
FRANK 8. DOWLING
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
ANNA MANDEL
1 e -eased.
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 ANNA MANDEI. de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same in duplicate and as
provided in Section 733.1B. Florida
Statutes, III their offices In the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar montus from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will he barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this .
day of March, A.D. 1972.
DORA OERSH KRIN8KY
As Executrix
First publiication of this notice or.
ih. it das of March, IB7S
0ROVER WEINHTEIN ft
BTAUBER, P.A.
Attorneys for Estate of
Anna .Ma'idel, dee'd
85ii Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
3 17-25-51 I 7
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA--IN PROBATE
No. 72-1070
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Esi.i.....f
LILLIAN AGNES CAI.I.AIIW
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Eslal, :
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of LILLIAN AGNES CAL-
i.aiian deceased late of Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, lo Hie County Judges ol
Dade County, and file the same ill
duplicate and as provided in Section
733..10, Florida Statutes, in their offices
in ih.- County Courthouse in Dade
County, Florida, within six rulendai
months from the time of tin- first
publication hereof, or the sain.- will
l- barred.
Dated ill .Miami. Florida, His
lay of .March, AD 1972.
AONES LEW IS
I IRI ITH V TEMME
CATHERINE LINBMA x'
As Executl
Firs! publication of this no, .<
Hi.- loth .lav ..f March, 1972
Herman Cohen
Attorney lor Executrixes
1310-11 Congrest Bldg., Miami. Fla.
J 1 1-17-24-31
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
No. 72-4855
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
IN RE: The Marriage of
ALFREDO CUKI.
Husband
and
OFEI.IA E. CURL
Wife
TO: OFEI.IA E CfRI
1215 Blaudeau Street
Keokuk. Iowa
You are hereby notified that a PE-
TITION FOR DISSOLUTION OF
MAHKIAGE has *oen filed against
you. and you arc .retruired to serve a.
copy of your Answer or Pleading to
the Petition on the plaintiffs Attor-
n.-v. SIDNEY EFRONSON, 813 Alas-
ley BUlg., 14 N.K. 1st Ave.. Miami.
Florida .13132 and file the original
Answer or Pleading in the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 14 day of April. 197.' If
you fail to do so. Judgment by de-
fault will he taken against you for
the relief demanded in the Bill of
Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FliORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 7 day of -March. A.D.
'B. B. LE.iTHERMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court. Dad. County, Florida
Bj : R. M. KISSEE
Deputy Clerk
(Cir. ull Court Seal)
SIDNEY EFRONSUN
;12 Ainsley Bldg
Miami, Florida 33132
377-W83 Attorney for Plaintiff
3,10-17-24-31
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THt
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, :M AND FOR
DADE COUNTV.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-4438
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MAKRIAOE OF
JAMES DAVID STEWART.
Husband
ami (
A I.MA LUUI8B STEWART.
Wife
TO: ALMA LOUISE STEWART
3971 Iteeihbank Road
Columbus. Ohio 43213
VOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage lias been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
VoUr Written defenses, if any. to it
on SOL ALEXANDER. ESQ., attor-
ney for Petitioner, whose address Is
Pi West Flaglcr Street. Suite 317,
Miami. Florida 88130, and file the
original with the clerk of the above
styled courl on or before April 14,
IP72: otherwise a default will bi en-
tered against you for the relief de-
manded in the complaint <>r petition.
Tins notice shall be published one*
.-a. h we.k for four consecutive weeks
in Till-: JEWISH l-'l.i 1R1DIAN
WITNESS Hi) hand and the seal f
^.ii'1 .-..nr! al Miami. Florida oil tins
i das oi March, 1972.
I-: l: LEATHBRMAN,
As '1' rk. Circuit Court
I lade i '..mil v. Florida
Bj i: M KISSEE
As Deputy Clerk
(Clri nil l '"Hi I Seall
3-10-17-54
Sib
o-l
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA.-IN PROBATE
No. 72-790
Judge John R. Blanton
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of ISIDORE GEIJIFISH
a k a I8IDOR GELBFISH
Deceased.
To All Creditor* 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 \ on may have against
the estate of ISIDORE OBLHFISH,
a/k/a isiikir GELBFISH. deceased
late of Dade County. Florida, to the
County .ludgei of l>ade County, and
file the same In duplicate and as pro-
vi.b.l in Section 733.IB, Florida Stat-
utes, in their offices in the Cuin>
Courthouse in Dade County. Florida
within six calendar months from the
time of the tirsl publication hereof.
or the same will be barred
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 11th
day of February, A D. 1972
S Murray Walker
MI'RRAY WALKER
As Administrator
First publication of this notice on
the in day of March, 1972.
Harry Zukerniek
Attorney for Administrator
4jn Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida ''3139
3/10-17-24-31
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
NO. 71-20762 (Parker)
PETITION FOR ADOPTION
IN RE: PETITII IN < >F
.1' HIN FRAI.EY and
BEVERLY FRAI.EY, his wife.
Petitioners
TO s \mm V HAROLD GEORGE
SCHREIBR
Be.- i.len.-e I 'tlknou !|
VOl' Alii: HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an notion of Petition for Adop-
tion has I.--ell fit. .1 against you and
you ar. required In serve a cop} of
in .- rl.i.i. defenses, if any, to it
on Herskowlts and Grossman, PA.,
attorney for Petitioners, whose ad-
dress is 180 Lincoln Road, Sun.- "'..
\ Miami Beach, Florida 33139, and file
the original with Ihe clerk of thrt
above ntyled court on <>r before April
4. 1972: otherwise a default will be
entered ngalnsl you for the relief
demanded in the complaint or peti-
tion.
\\ ITNES8 my hand and th. i I
of said court at Miami. Florida, on
this 8th day of February, 1972.
E. P. LEATHBRMAN.
As Clerk. Circull Court
Dade Countv. Florida
By: L. SNEEDBN
As Deputy Clerk
(Circull Court Seal)
Michael s. Grossman
H.-rskowltz and Grossman. P.A.
Attorney for Petitioners
3/3-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, d.-siring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
BLACKBIRD STABLES al 11347 S.
Dixie Highway. Miami. Fl intend to
register said -name wilh the Clerk of
Ih.- Circuit Court of 11.ol.- County,
Florida
HARRY I. MiiSK'i iWITZ
ARNOl D LANDSMAN
Eugene Lemllch
Attorney for Blackbird Stables
1 272" W. Flaglcr Bt., Miami. Fl
3 10-17-84-81


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Friday, March 24. lc
UNDER THE STRICT AND CONSTANT LOCAL RABBINICAL SUPERVISION OF RABBI TIBOR H. STERN
FOOD l OSMe WABKETS Ai
HOMO IO ClVf THE BEST OUALITY
M 'ME LOWEST "ICE OB YOU" "ONEV BACK
I
I meat and ^poultry
JWm
FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE AND SHOPPING PLEASURE ALL FOOD FAIR KOSHERMEAT AND POULTRY DEPARTMENTS ARE NOW KOSHER LE PESACH.
AT 163rd ST. SHOPPING CENTER & 10th & WASHINGTON AVE., M.B. ONLY ONE STOP SHOPPING FOR YOUR COMPLETE GROCERY
NEEDS FOR PASSOVER FROM SOUP TO NUTS!
30th DAY
MARCH
15th DAY
NISAN
ALL FOOD FAIR KOSHER MARKETS
WILL BE CLOSED THURS. THRU SAT.
MARCH 30 THRU APRIL 1
IN OBSERVANCE OF PASSOVER
The management and employees extend to you and your families
best wishes for
A JOYOUS AND
FESTIVE PESACH
KASHRUTH SUPERVISION
REV. JACOB B. KATZ, Ass't Director
REV. WILLIAM SHULMAN
no
MORRIS GROCER
WHOLESALE KOSHER MEAT AND POULTRY WAREHOUSE
Solei Managers: SUNNY and JACK
DEPARTMENT MANAGERS
Al WAGNER jot $lea
Supervisor PHILIP KATZ
HARVEY MEYERS
NOW 4 KOSHER MEAT and POULTRY MARKETS TO SERVE YOU BETTER
2091 Coral Way, Miami 163rd Street Shopping Center # 19th Street at Alton Road
10th Street & Washington Avenwo
MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS YOUR EXTRA BONUS AT FOOD FAIR


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