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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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' cJewish Floridian
Combining THt JEWISH UNITY and THI JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 45 Number 13
Miami, Florida Friday, March 31, 1972
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Miami's Participation In
3-Year Institute Approved
The Board of Directors of the
[Ci"eater .Miami Jewish Federation |
|in concert with the organized Jew- |
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Ife."
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sembly in Pittsburgh last Huvem-
er culminated two years of study
and cori.nunity dialogue in .18
pities involving more than 1,000
feommune.; representatives from
ill walk! "f life in more than 100
meetings, and signaled a new
initiative and direction in Amer-
ican Jewish concern and commit-
ment.
At the recent four-day CJF
Board of Directors meeting in
New York, more than 200 Jewish
communal leaders and Federation
executive directors approved the
appointment of Professor Leon A.
Jick of Hrandcis University as the
director of the Institute for Jew-
ish Life.
Professor Jick, who will be on
leave of absence from his anmin-
istrative duties at Hrandeis, brings
to his post a three-fold exper-
ience as communal leader, scho-
lar and rabbi -with the crucial
events and issues that have shaped
Jewish life at home and abroad.
He is director of the Lown Grad-
uate Center for Contemporary
Jewish Studies and associate pro-
fessor of Near Eastern and Judaic
Studies at Brandeis.
The Instilute. which will at-
tempt to develop innovative pro-
jects to strengthen the quality of
Jewish life, has been grant id for
a S2." million allocation to carry
out these programs focusing on
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the total fabric of Jewish life.
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which projects will be initiated are
the erosion of family life and Jew-
ish education, including the rela-
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lo current issues and problems,
such as war and peace, poverty,
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place special emphasis on local
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Given an initial three-ycai iife-
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Voiume 45
16 NTSAN 5732
Number 13
Facts Belie Official Statements
One of ie issues between the Tews of Russia and the
Soviet coverrmerJ is tirt titjre is sot the same decree of
freeoom of Jewish religious ohserv;mce that there is for
everybody eise iirrutec as thn may be.
In Moscow, with half a million Jews, there is only one
syncgooue and two shocks, and the same hoids tatf ia
dries large and smaQ. many oi which have no place oi
worship at all and none are permitted. The Hebrew Bible
may not be printed, and the youth are diiren awav by the
police when they seek to enter a synagogue. Granting the
official crtti-religious policy of the Soviets, this Hava of dis-
crimination is not imposed upon cny other group rmA
the facts belie the government s statements to the ronrarr.
Scope Of ORT's Work Emphasized
The scope of the work of ORT as if celebrates its S?th
year of service to world Jewry is esnphasixed in the recent
announcement that the Joint Distribution Committee will
provide close to S3 million toward the overseas proc.-nm
this year, in a new parrnership.
The ORT has been an effective force in Israel tor many
years but the Jews of North Africa, the Middle East and
Eurctre =r r.=ve all ber.efrred. Tie fact is that th^s year
ccr.e n.cre "an r: .01 _t>ersor-s _r. 21 rounrries will be re-
:-E.v.r.r CR. z.z z~z most r* the more than SI: rr_: .:r
ruiret .; raised by _-.e dedicated womec w-c prov.de e
hear: o; CRT nte-r^rsiun.
Their "Solutions' Are Repugnant
The followers of George Wallace and Rabbi Meh
Xabcne would seem to have a good deal in common, paroc-
ulcrly their behef that their le-aier has the simple ansn-ers
to the complex problems of our society. The fears and
anxieties they share are real but the solutions mat emanate
from Wallace and Kahane are repugnant both to Jewish
and American tradition.
The Jewish Defense League offers a chaHange to
those who believe that the enswers to alienation oi Jewish
youth, to the demand far a change in rrwr,-r,^r%^ priorities
that recognise the needs of the day cn*d not the past to the
problems of the poor and aged in our midst do not !"e at
the end of a bicycle chain or in any other Vi-^ of violence.
But unless those who oppose the methods of Wallace and
Xahane are prepared to address themselves to ;eal "xslu-
tJons. they must share the onus of being part of the probern
these men and their followers pose.
Americans Prone To Return
Americans who have settled in Israel are distressed
by the fact that some 20*. of those who came to Israel
hose mis country leave there within a year. But those who
anapded the recent 18th mImj BJm of the Asso-
ciation at Americans and Canadians m IiujsL M that
it is not die rugged, pinmniiiiij hie that nans mem ofi they
expect that but rather the reception they get from Is-
raelis, both natives and bureaucrats.
It should be noted that of the 40.000 Americans now
in Israel about half made alryah since the 1967 war. an
event which stimulated the desire to r^ne a part of the
great adventure. However, the North Americans are far
more prone to return than other iMJWMfc and a study
is being made of the reasons other than just diseatzsfactioa
with the notorious Israeli bureaucracy end the ieefintj that
the proud schras do not want them.
WASHINGTON As others
have hastened to point "out.
President Nixon's speech on
school busing gave off a str
not very appetizing smell of
election year politics. But ii is
often possible to do the right
thing for the wrong reason. And
the real question is whether the
President is trying to do the
right thk
Wire astos probabit-
ity. the President
now 5igniScar.t. implied
support from the liberal aca-
demic educationists an-i sooktkig-
who tend to be SI
haters 11 a oasB. The socioicrr
educ I e at Kar.-ar
had man .-f. r.ce :n the ;-.-:
two decades than any other
I -.. had the Harvard
_.-. the process of <&-
cree:ly swallowing its own -a-:
wr-rds .r.- ^poker.
so long a time.
THE JtOST startling figure
in the group is Harvard's re-
morse'.y a--.,rulate Thomas Pet-
tigrew. In 1986-67, Petthjrew
was the rhief author of the Civil
P^ghu Commission report on
-Racial Isolation in the P.:.:
Schools The report asserted
that black children ir. predonn-
nantly black schools "do :
achieve as we".; as other chil-
dren."" It was also the first pub-
leoaamM to advxxrate
she busing, incrudirtg center
city-suburban busing, to achieve
racial balance.
Yet Penigrew rww appear? as
-h- cntsW -" "-"" r\Ti:-:.-i.--
charter in ar. authorati
of data on the school problem
that had been ecited by Fred-
en k Mosteller and Daniel P.
Moynihan. The Pettigrew chap-
ter delayed the book'; publica-
t::>r. by over a year, apparently
because Pettigrew and his col-
leagues took so much time for
further checking and recheck-
:.-._ And no wonder!
SHE CHAPTER Is e\traordi-
'>ecause it is writ-
tea in a language hardly more
related to norrr.a. EngUstl "han
the I mications
-.al Canary Island-
ers :': conducted in
but well-modulated
a translation was
er from one of
Pettigrew s cosigners, Daniel K.
CohH
According to Cohen, the chap-
ter stmply means that school de-
-eratijn has only "trifling"
effects on the tragic educational
retardation a?fl;:tirig the aver-
a:- ghetto chiii Desegresaf.on
is specifically credited with nar-
rowing the blarl-:-white educa-
tional gap at grade 12 by "one-
sixth. This gap. at the en; of
the last war of high school.
leaves the average black stu-
dent VJk years behind the aver-
age white student.
THIS THE harsh question
arises whether narrowing this
gap by one-sixth justifies the
racial tensions and other heavy-
costs of massive forced bus
Pettigrew ai>r his cosigners -"till
11 the 1967 repor* for the
CSvQ Rights Corrrr/ssion. writ-
ten, as noted, by Pettigrew. But
that wiji mere.(,Stri yei to raise
the eyebrows of anyone who
knows the way of academics.
At Harvard, too. another pa-
per of still greater importance
will soon be published by David
J. .Armor and Mary Jo Good"
It is what the sociologist* call
a longitudinal study" of the ac-
tual results for the black p.
in five urban school systems
that were systematically de
legated by busing some tint
ago
FOR ANTOXE uoMveiled by
the former revivalistic prearh-
ing of peopi" like Thomas Petti-
grew, the Armor-Goode res
car. only be described as h
breaking. They want a so
for the central problem of black
retardation. But the hard
pieasing statistics show that ir.
practice, desegregation by
ing does not come near to pro-
ducing the trifling improverr-:
claimed by Pettigrew et al
Educationa^y. desegregat^or.
by busing in fact appears to
niake no significant difference
for the black students. Social".>
in regard to aspirations, self-
image and so on. desegrega'ion
by busing further appears to
do a certain amount of harm
HENCE THE authors of this
new report are reliably stated
to be divided about their rec-
ommendations. Armor favors a
forthright recommendation con-
demning busing for racial bal-
ance and approving the neigh-
borhood school concept: But
Continued on Pa* 10-A
There are otnieus reasons
why Passover is tne holiday we
Jews observeor acknowledge
more than any other except
P.osh Hashoriah and Yom Kip-
pur. It comes at the beginning
of Spring and while there is no
noticeable change in the weath-
er for us here, for other sections
there is a blossoming, a renewal
of spirit that is significant. It
means new clothes, an ingather-
ing of the family that has been
scattered for most of the year.
And. if there is no longer for
most the radical Spring clean-
ing and change of dishes, there
is food that is different enough
to heighten the atmosphere of
change.
If that were all Dayenu. But
in recent years, a new dimen-
sion has been added by our
young people in creating their
own Haggadahs for to them the
idea of the -Festival of Free-
doc-.- is relevant to our times
to a degree that is inspiring in
its positive Jewishness.
TAKE THIS portion, for in-
stance, from the original Hag-
ndah used at Universitv of Mi-
ami a HUtei House.
-Because Jews rind themselves
at dsPTeieui leveh of understand-
ing and r naan lit......I. they re-
spond differently to the festival
of Pesach The Hagada de-
scribes four types of Jew: the
committed young Jew who is
involved in deepening his unie.--
standiag of has Jewishness uc
in seeking a new nfe-styie and
actions to match his commit-
ment: the serf-hating Jew who
betrays our people, heritage and
struggle: the superficial Jew
who has no conflict over his
.Tfiiismmii. but his attachment
goes no further tnac an occa-
sional UJA e iitribution or a
dance: and the Jew who is so
reason from Jewish experience
that be would not even know
now to start relating to it even
it he wanted to."
BY DEVELOPING the tradi-
tiona. story of the four types of
sons in a modern idiom, relat-
ing it to our lives today of the
Mstnry of the immediate past,
tne young people add excite-
ment and meaning without
violating the essence of the
magnificent tales our ancestors
shared in their day.
Another example of up-dating
comes from the Duke University
Haggadah which some of our
Miami youth shared in creating.
"I am happy to belong to the
unhappiest peoples of the world,
whose precepts represent the
loftiest and most beautiful of all
morality anu liws.' it u written
before this quotation from Mar-
tir. Luther King:
-NO PKKSON of goodwill can
stand by as a suent auditor
wruie tnere is a possibility of the
oornpiete spiritual and cultural
destruction of a once-flourishing
Jewish community. The denial
at aomaa ngau anywhere is a
tnreat to the affirmation of hu-
man rights everywhere. Jewish
"T* deprix-ed by the
Soviet pcA-ernment .-.f eiemen-
tary neei :. s:ust*iE even
amskM level o: eostence and
grewsh
"Inetviaus.: Jews m the Soviet
^mgtl *>" he m the main.
Physically and eoooamvalry se-
cure but the absence of oppor-
tur-ity to assori.^ ^ Jm ^
the en.w}-rnent of Jewish culture
and religious experience, be-
comes a severe limintation on
the individual Negroes can wU
understand and sympathize with
this problem. When you are
written out of history as a peo-
ple, and when you are given no
choice but to accept the major-
ity culture, you are denied an
aspect of your own identity."
"THE ETERNAL theme of
liberation appears to each age in
a new light," goes the passage
in the Jewish Liberation Hag-
gadah. "It is a great word that
has been handed down to us:
each generation must feel as
though itself had been brought
forth out of Egypt. Against the
sodden comfort of Western
materialism and affluence we
appeal to our Judaism that is a
will towanl action. At the origin
of our history we have placed a
dead at liberation, even as at
the origin of human history we
have placed the free decision
am! choice between good ant
evil once more we stand
within the conflict (between
spirit and matter). Once more
we must risk our lives in order
to win them Judaism is the
will toward ethical action."
To each generation, the story
of the Exodus symbolizes a dif-
ferent aspect. It may be the
sudden miracle which sent the
Hebrews on their way out of
Egypt or the destruction of the
enemy of the Jews, or even the
fortitude of the enslaved des-
cendants of Jacob, ft may be
.lust the family association or
the matron hall soup. Without
questioning the validity of any.
I believe our youth have found
the wey to iwneothranoe in our
time that will stand the test of
historv over all others, for tins
has been the eternal theme of
Passover from its beginning.


Friday. March 31, 1972
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Pago 5-A
JDC's 1972 Allocation To
ORT Increased By $250,000
The Joint Distribution Commit-
tee will provide $2,850,000 this
year* toward' the- 'overseas' voca-
tional training programs of the
Organization for Rehabilitation
Through Training (ORT) a tradi-
tional recipient of JDC funds, ac-
cording to an announcement made
jointly by both organizations.
The allocation, a $250030 in-
crease over last year, reflects vastly-
increased needs in Israel, and will
help finance ORT technical edu-
cation, youth welfare and eco-
nomic rehabilitation service in
Europe, North Africa and India.
Harry A. Levy, general chairman
of the 1972 CJA-IEF campaign of
the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion, which helps support the JDC,
said that more than 65,000 per-
sons in 20 countries are expected
to receive ORT aid this year, for
which the ORT budget is $23,116,-
800.
"Another indication of the tre-
mendous social welfare needs in
Israel is the fact that ORT serv-
ices in the Jewish state, with
schools in 50 cities and towns
comprising the biggest vocationa'
school system in the country, will
receive the largest portion of the
grant by far," Mr. Levy said.
The JDC allocation also includes
provision for substantial funds to
be used by ORT in France for job
skills, education and other train-
ing programs for North African
refugees. ORT trade schools ap-
prentice program for youth and
courses for adults, have been
greatly enlarged to meet the needs
of some 300,000 arrivals in recent
years.
JDC, the major American wel-
fare agency aiding distressed Jews
abroad, receives its funds from the
local CJA-IEF campaign anc' sirai-
Rep. Sherman Winn Honored
By Legislative Leagues
Rep. Sherman S. Winn's col
leagues in the Florida House and
Senate honored him last week oy
passing a resolution praising the
freshman lawmaker for his "out-
standing service to higher educa-
tion" in Florida.
Founder of the Sherman Winn
Scholarship Fund, he has aided
the Southern Scholarship and Re-
search Foundation at FSU. and
students in the university's de-
partment of hotel and restaurant
Management. A member of FSU*a
advisory' board, he was the recip-
ient of the university's first dis-
tinguished service award,
Rosofsky Named Chairman
Of June 23-25 Convention
Ralph Roiofskv of Miami, a
past commander of Norman Brure
Brown Post No. 174 and a past
J\W National Adjutant, has been
named chairman of the 1972 De-
partment of Florida. Jewish War
Veterans of the U.S.A. and Ladies
Auxiliary convention, which will
be held June 23-25 at the Amer-
icana Hotel in Bal Harbour.
Department Commander Peter
Bluesten of Hallandale and Aux-
iliary President Sally Levy of Mi-
ami Beach also announced that
Irene Cooperman, a past state
Auxiliary president, will serve as
convention eochairman.
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Appeal campaigns throughout the
United States.
JDC has made $43.3 million -wail-
able to ORT, the principal agency
affording vocational education to
Jews overseas in the past 25 years
making possible the vocational
training of some 550,000 persons.
Mr. Levy pointed out that voca-
tional training assistance, through
ORT, represents only one aipec'
of JDC's overseas program. Thi-;
year JDC will require nearly $23
million to provide health, wel-
fare and rehabilitation services
for 300,000 needy Jews ;n 25 coun-
tries, he said'.
David Stern Named Chairman Of First Seacoast Dinner
David Stern of the Seacoast
Towers, has been named chair-
man of the first Seacoast Towers-
Israel Dinner of State, which will
be held in the Seacoast Towers
East's Palace Playhouse, Monday
evening, April 10.
A brunch meeting in the Tow-
Yiddish Cultural Winkle
The Yiddish Cultural Winkle
Tuesday, April 11, at 10 a.m. in
facilities at 80th St. and Collins
Ave. will commemorate the War-
saw ghetto uprising. Speaker will
be Dora Meisel; recitations will
also be given by S. Naskin, Chaim
Rosenberg, Philip Nashkin and M.
Meisel. Musical selections will be
presented by A. Krashinsky.
ers' Champagne Room was held to
formulate plans for this event un-
der the auspices of the State of
Israel Bonds.
Nathan Darsky. David J. Light
and Mrs. Alexander Muss were
named honorary chairmen for the
dinner; Joseph Cohen, Myron H.
Cohen, Harry H. Frankel, Max W.
Frendel, Jack A. Herwitz, Reuben
Kopp, Bill Leonard, David Levy,
Sidney N. Sands and Emanuel
Zahler will be associate chairmen.
Mr. Stern said that Ambassador
Ehud Avriel, one of Israel's lore-
most statesmen, will attend the
dinner honoring Ben Giller, who
will receive the State of Israel
Shalom Award. Joey Russell will
also be on hand for the evening's
entertainment.
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Anther L-= H_-s:inrr-n ler rr. -v.:- :r. ''_:: e
crifr_-= zreier.er e S'rr.e -: s:~e. Sid ox Award t- sor-
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Bcr.- o..--r.e: .r. ie "crrjoir.ei'.ec-- Hotel Sc turd cry evening.
rE Sciz. associate director c: -_-.e S-ote cf Israel Bcr.-- -
sou: thai the Mw'rrn rece.vec the award Ir. recoc-iior: of
their outstanding service on behcii of fee S:oe of Isrcc!
Trimester launches New Mvsic, Arts Program
laaaea anA act!-.-"
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A ofBcsa D s od
program of Music -hi-..
during he past
actual months try Art C-> .din-
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This new Arts diversification at
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morning through evening. Monday
through Frvia; '<,ntain reg-
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Luncheon Set
The Roney PI (the
Women's Lsastt i-ra*. will
hold its first lmtailation jrv-n-
eon in the Holi la) ."-- 220! <~o!-
lins Ave.. at 11 30 am. Tuesday
May 23. BDeonttng to an sr -
mem made by Mrs. E. Uvskin.
Mutlirity chairman.
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Memorial Service April 17
-- Lodgi of B'nai B'rith
. I its annual Memoria.
Service in memory of iu lepartad
mentals, and of the Jewih mar-
t.vrs througrxrjt the ages Monday
17.
Rabbi Max Endear and Cantor
officiate. The
principal speaker
prominent attorney Richard Ts-
sen. The public is "nvited afla
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the Forte Towers Audits
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CCNY Alumni To Hear Shoemaker
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Friday
I 'Joint Cultural Appeal' Is
I Launched At CJF Meeting
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The pivotal role Jewish cultural.
historical and educational agencies
play in assuring the vitality an-
1 continuity of the
American Jew-
ish community
was given full
recognition with
the launching of
the Joint Cul-
tural Appeal at
the board of di-
rectors meeting
of the Council
of Jewish Fed-
i rations and
Morton Shberman Welfare Funds
in Xew York
City recently.
The more t!>an 200 oommuna'
leaders and Jewish Federation
executives from 75 cities in North
America attending the JNF boarl
and committee meeting at the
Waldori-Astona Hole], w ie unan-
imous in their approval of the
Joint Cultural Api>eal (JCA).
which is to .serve as the central
instrument for nine major Jewish
agencies: the American Acar'emy
lor Jewish Hciearch. American
Jewish Historical Society, Leo
Baeek Institute. Conference on
Jewish Social Studies. Congress
lor Jewish Culture. Histadruth
Ivrith of America, Jewish Publi-
cation Society. VIVO Institute for
Jeui>h Research end the National
Foundation for Jewish Culture
which will b? the administrative
aim of the Appeal.
Morton SUberman, a vice presi-
dent of the Greater Miami J 'wish
Federation and chairman of the
Organization's 1972 Budget Com-
mittee, reiHjit.'d ihat the coordi-
nation of these nine agencies ini"
one appea'. will be a means of
strcnt'thenimj the cul'ural field
and the national Jewish cultural
agencies. 'It will also present a
more cohesive approach to budget-
ing funds to these agencies and.
hopefully, a greater response bv
local communities," said Mr. Sil-
berman
In a repo-t to the CJF board
Lawrence H. Williams of Cleve-
land, chairman of the Lar Kudcetint; Conference (LCBO
an advisory body of member wel-
fare funds in the 26 largest Jew-
ish communities that annually re-
views the programs and finance
of cooperating national and over-
seas agencies told the delejates
that the JCA is "a long-overdue
means of overcoming the financial
undernourishment that has char-
acteiized the nine member agen-
cies."
These agercies. Mr. Williams
said, have had to strugT'c too loni
with levels of ooeration grossly
out of line with their needs. What
is needed is "a dramatic uogr^d'n"
of allocations from local welfare
funr's to provide the agonci's with
what they've never had l>cfore
a floor, a minimum level of com-
munity support.'" he sa!d.
Mr. WilHanvs nointcd out tha'
in the recent LCBC review of cul-
tural agencies' needs it was rec-
ognize(' that communitv sunpor'
for these agencies 'must be sharply
raised Erom the current meager
seven cents per dollar income if
allocations are to provide for a
viable minimum." This upgrading
he Mid, is an essential first step.
Noting that while the nine par-
ticipating agencies have !ong been
part of the Jewish scene, they
have received "scant welfare fund
supi>ort." Mr. Williams empha-
sized the critical need for Jewish
communities, to increase their as-
sistance to the cultural field
through the Joint Cultural Appeal.
'The communities must revise
their format inadequate alloca-
tions pattern^ to these agencies
and establish higher levels of
supiKirt," he .said.
The membership of the Joint to solicit funds from individuals.
Distribution of funds allocated to
the JCA will be determined by a
review process among the partici-
pating agencies with the assistance
of the LCBC.
Creation of the Joint Cultural
Appeal caps 15 years o[ planning
and programming and parallels
the rise of a new sense of Jewish
Cultural Appeal comprises out-
standing national cultural orga-
nizations with a wide range of
orograms serving the American
Jewish community in the areas
of scholarship, research, publica-
tions, archives and libraries.
The JCA will be approaching
welfare funds throughout the coun-
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Friday. March 31, 1972
Colloquium On Christian-Jewish
Relations Planned April 18-20
The Greater Miami Chapter of
the American Jewish Committee |
and the University of Miami Cen- ,
ter for Continuing Education, will I
hold a Colloquium on Christian-
Jewish Relations Tuesday through
Thursday. April 18-20 in coopera- !
tion with the Archdiocese of Mi-
ami. The Greater Miami Rabbi- j
nical Association. The Florida '
Baptist Convention, the Episcopal;
Diocese of South Florida, the I'M i
Departments of Religion and An- |
thropology (Human Relations i. i
and the University of Miami chap-
lain, Rabbi Barry Tabachnikoff. I
Colloquium chairman has announ- I
ced.
Dr. Roy Fckardt. chairman of
the Department of Religion at Le-
high University: Father Edward;
Flannery. executive secretary of!
the Secretarist for Catholic-Jew- ;
ish Relations. U.S. Conference of
Catholic Bishops, and Rabbi Marc '
Tanenbaum. director of the Inter-
religious Affairs Department, Am-
erican Jewish Committee, will
present a Protestant, Catholic and
Jewish perspective of Christian-
Jewish Relations at the initial
meeting Tuesday night at St. Au-
gustine's Church.
The sessions held on Wednesday
(April 19l and Thursday (April
201 will focus on the Theology of
Christianity, the Theology of Ju-
daism, and Israel and the Contem-
porary World.
Rev. Flannery is the Consultor
to the Vatican Secretarist for
Catholic-Jewish Relations and a
faculty member and assistant di-
rector of the Institute of Judaeo-
Christian Studies. Seton Hall Uni-
versity. A specialist in Christian-
Jewish history, he is known for his
book. 'The Anguish of the Jews:
23 Centuries of Anti-Semitism."
which has been translated into
French. Spanish and Portugese
Increase In Ku Klux Klan
Activity Reported In Dade
P.-cent cross burnings in south
Dace County are the latest in-
dication of an increase in Ku
Klux Klan activity in Florida,
according to a statement made
by ;he Florida office of the A:iti-
Defamation League of B nai
B'ri-h this week.
Jack Kassewitz. chairman of
ADL's Florida board, reported
that "over the past six months
membership and fund-raiMng
rallies of the United Klans of
ica I'KA i have been held
in more than a dozen communi-
ties from Florida's northern an-
handle to south Dade County."
The UKA is headed by Robert
Shtl:on. who styles himself "Im-
perial Wizard." Mr. Shelton was
r.-itased from Federal prison
IS months ago after serving
part of a three-year sentence
for contempt of Congress, a
charge which grew out of his
refusal to produce Klan records
for Federal authorities.
Mr. Kassewitz said that many
of the UKA's Florida rallies have
fca-ured addresses by Mr. Shel-
ton. who has exhorted his audi-
ences with the Klan's traditional
mixture of race hatred and put-
ter level anti-Semitic bigotry."
Kian leaders in recent months
have particularly tried to ex-
ploit local racial tensions and
the school busing controversy in
their efforts to attract atten-
tion and recruit members, he
added.
Klan membership has increas-
ed slightly as the result of the
renewed recruiting efforts, but
"the vast rrurority of Floriiians
Norman L. Hahn of Omaha
Neb., president and chair-
man of the board of AGC
Industries, Inc., has been
named chairman of the 45-
m ember committee pian-
n'ng the 66*h annual meet-
ing of the American Jewish
Committee, scheduled May
4-7 in New York. More than
1.000 persons aze expected
to attend the four-day ses-
sion.
have rejected the KKK and all
that it stands for." Mr. Kasse-
witz said. He noted signs of in-
ternal conflict within *he UKA.
with one long-time Klan leader
in Broward County resigr.ing
recently rather than cubmit to
a lie detector test to .ieterrr.ine
his loyalty to the organization.
"We are confident."' said Mr.
Kassewitz, "that local, state and
Federal law enforcement agen-
cies will keep a close watch on
the subversive and disruptive
activities of the Klan."
and for which he has received six
awards.
Rev. Eckardt is the former
editor of the Journal of the Am-
erican Academy of Religion (1961-
69>. The recipient of the Distin-
guished Alumnus Award. Brooklyn
College, post doctoral fellow-shii*
from Ford Foundation (Harvard
University i. Lilly Endowment
(University of Cambridge), and
National Foundation for Jewish
Culture, he is the author of "Chris-
tianity and the Children of Israel."
"The Surge of Piety in America,"
"Elder and Younger Brothers."
"ine Theologian at Work" and
"Encounter with Israel" (with
Alice L. Eckardt I.
Rabbi Tanenbaum of New York,
one of the nation's leadinp rah bis.
has been characterized as "the
leading figure among Jewish
ecumenists in the fields of inter-
religious, interracial relations and
social justice."
Members of the planning com-
mittee include Dean M. Robert Al-
len. R. Andy Anderson. Rev. John
R. Brabham. Father John Bresna-
han. Father James Briggs. Rev.
Hugh Clear, Rev. Emilio A. Cha-
viano. Dr. I. V. Elligan. Rev. Har-
ry Fullilove. Sister Kathleen Gan-
non. O.P.. Rev. Theodore R. Gib-
son. Rev. George A. Hill. Jr.. Dr.
W. Ivan Hoy. Mrs. James C. Mc-
Devitt. Rev. Don Olson. Rev. Lu-
ther C. Pierce. Rev. David E. Rich-
ards. Rabbi Solomon Schiff. Rabbi
Sandy Sha!>ero. Father Jack Tot-
ty, Dr. Walter Zand.
Because the Colloquium is plan-
ned for ciergy and interested lay-
men, persons who wish to attend
should contact Henry Klein. Cen-
ter for Continuing Education. Mer-
rick Building. University of Miami.
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PRESIDENT RICHARD M. NIXON
WHITE HOUSE
WASHINGTON, D.C. 20500
MR. PRESIDENT: In the interest of peace and the easing of world
tensions we, the undersigned, welcome your forthcoming trip
to Moscow. We also urge you to take advantage of this unique
opportunity and to help redeem Soviet Jews, thus fulfilling the
hopes of millions of Americans who have labored on their behalf.
MR. PRESIDENT: We respectfully petition you on behalf of three
million Soviet Jews. We urge you to be their advocate and to
convey to Soviet leaders the concern of millions of Americans,
and people of good will everywhere, over an oppressed minor-
ity which faces discrimination, and is prevented from perpetuat-
ing its history, its culture and its ancient religious heritage.
Nearly forty of its finest young people are in Soviet prison camps
because they sought to live as Jews, while others seeking to
emigrate are harassed. If some succeed in departing it is only
after months of struggle and of deprivation.
MR. PRESIDENT: We urge you to exerf your influence to help
free Jewish prisoners of conscience and to help Soviet Jews
achieve the fundamental right to live as Jews and to leave for
Israel and elsewhere.
NAME (PRINT) SIGNATURE ADDRESS
1.
2.
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4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
IN ORDER TO CONVINCE OUR PRESIDENT TO TAKE THIS AC-
TION, AT LEAST I MILLION OF US MUST SIGN THIS PETITION.
IF YOU'D LIKE TO HELP-SIGN YOUR NAME FIRST. THEN HAVE
9 OF YOUR FRIENDS SIGN-
PLEASE RETURN THE PETITION TO THE GREATER MIAMI JEWISH
FEDERATION, 4200 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD, MIAMI, FLORIDA
33137-BY APRIL 15.
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Vo Magic, Xo Tricks
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Passover cocnmenwrates Israe!*s
Bberatkai 3.200 yean *?*> after
arrMiarht a series of :>laues
upon the Egyp-
Hans through
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Is tin anfjt
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, (a -a> itr
But the 1 ieeo-
wojed lesson on tratb and
t >Vrstar*iin. and that b that
-e can briag pto*
aridit doesn't e\cn r*y_-i angr
t iagreotaNi
--* c-xrhinaticri of cruet-
ranny and in*j$rice. The dif-
ty jes not in be* -
: _" :- >n
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Pharaoh order hto ma-
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at as
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- easy to bring the plagues
orii The real art is in
ng an end la -nd art
rot have.
Onh- when Pharaoh himself
f eaded ith Moses ixi the;
IfeM recogntred the fact that
Masai ^uKessed the pokier to do
*- Not that Moses w*s a more
expert rsapcian: net tsat he was
.ore skillful in the secret art?
>ioses was not a magician a; aJ
be as the rnouthpiece of God.
sandir^ at the side of God: there-
1 re. God a.so stoirf at has side.
The sages stress this even more
Hay say that the Holy one
- Blessed be He Hoyo Medaber
Vitoch Grond Shel Moshe" -God
spoke through the threat of
Moses .Through tricks, mack- and
sorcery, all manner of plagues can
be duplicated, and there are many
charturrin" who duplicate tberr.
in every age in every land, in
every life. But how to sto
that's the gift we must acquire.
Thais the lesson we aaart learn
from this Festival of Pesach.
no matter how-
not cur
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moon landings. Only when men

words of God will be world's pta-
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true redeinptk-n come to all the
peoples of the ca:
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Few Jews Pieket
Research Ves.se!
Less than 15 members of the
South Florida Jewish corr-murity
t_med out over the weekend tc I
peaceably picket a Soviet Russian
research vessel on a brief visit to
the Port of Miami.
The Jewish group arrived more
than two hours before uiauiWl oi
the Cuban oorrjnunity in Greater
Miami, who indepenoeruly taunted
b e r s of the crew of the
Academician Karehatov and later
fought with Miami poucemen.
An airplane tared by the Jewish
Defense Leag-^e Kew overheaJ as
the Soviet ship arrived as part of
a 15-nation eooperati\e st .
the Caribbean. It askei tn-
sians ti Le- .''.
a student at Amer..
-
ser\e as a spok-. JDL-.
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a headed tag F.acc: Men Kabane
were ir. the hand:. J<
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of the Americar- Jewish Congress
aadafotaaaa if the South F1 rida
Coeference oa So-.iet Jewry, said
the total group "aaated to irr.-
press on the crew rrr -
condtDoos of Jews in the So-.iet
L'nioR. We used signs prepar'
re than a year ago for '
ja such an occasion. Persons who '
participated in the picketing acted
as individuals, and many
- .__... r< ..
protested inaccurate press reports
jon."
-
Passover Seder, sere empha-tzing
.....
cornrnuraty. Mr. Yar.>. aahl
Chaale Pepper
seat a teiegram to Se
State P. Bogm :: test-
ing the official approxal gtrsn to
sit here, and
calling it offensive to the 30O000
Cuban refugees- and an "affront
to the Jewish people of Florida
Mctor> Unit To Elect
Met ry I"nil tf the WVir..
Corjs at the Papamcotaou Cancer
Research Institute afl elect iu
new officers Monday when it
T>eeu at 10:30 a-m. in the Wash-
ington Federal at S? NK ::"- S
North Maarrj Beach. Home
j-jorlies wjfl be provided by
Dererao. hostess: a
urged to attend.
Adult Education Is Theme
Of Meeting At Beth David
Adult Kducation Challenge for
5733" will be theme of a meeting
and reception to be held Sunday
at 10 a.m. at Beth Da rid Congre-
gation.
Eliyahu Amiq'trTv.editor of the
El-Am Talmud, will be welcomed
to Miami according 'o Rabbi Sol
Landau, chairman of the Adult
Education Commission of the
southeast region of United Syna-
gogue, and Joseph Golden, chair-
man of the day.
Dr. Allen Rutchik serves
rector of t least Region of
L'nited Synagogue, under .
g l- being
and Abraham J. Gittelson.
->ociate director.
Mr. Amiq'am, who also serves
indent i": the
Acharonot. conceived 1 the idea
ing the Ta
rican-
Jewish community ani has issued
--. translation and a de-
tailed commentarv-. some-
that has ne.er before been
rted.
The result has been that the
iifferent sections of the Tal-
mud issued during -.he past five
years have been utilized for study
groups in mor.> than 150 syna-
gogue throughout the country, and
nave served to revitalize t'.ie study
:' Tahnud for the Jewish ad t.
The meeting, at which Mr.
dn ad-
Focus on the
: leas 1 t v.-ork" in

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forts ii
the uaai i
Study Groups. Education for
Young Parents and Talmud
studies.
Mrs. Arthur J. Brown. Adult
Education cbairrnan of Beth Torah
Congregation. Mrs. Irving Seidel,
faculty member of the Temple
Sinai Adult Institute, and others
will participate in the presenta-
tions. In addition there wi'.l be
displays of material ruitable for
adult education programs and bro-
chures of local congregations, un-
der the direction of Morton Gie-
be'skv. executive director o: Tem-
ple Zion.
The National Ac;. Adult

es ma"-".. I
guides

The meet ing m
opened by a Dvar Torah gi.-
Rabbi Charles R ibel ol i
tion B'nai Raphael is be-
response to a challenge iss...
Rabbi Bernard Segal, executive
vice president at the recent na-
tional convention of United S; .-
eogue.
Singles Cocktail Porty
A cocktail party will be he!;', by
the Single Parents of Miami Beach
from 8:30 p.m.. to midnight M >n-
dav aboard the Sur:
Voat docked at the Hobday
.formerly the Runaway Bay i
,n the T9th Street Cans*
ess ii Ml; single. *,
nd a
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T.
roqram*
April J C* -. Thi Fbst Estate
I Repeated on Ch. 2. at 6.30 \ m
:-: -t Re* Luther C. Pierce
- -' .-- Jam. Duncart
Top..: Rettgi m ir. Modern Times
April s i:30 am. The Jewish Worship Hour
Host: Rabbi David Raab. Temple Both Rapba^:
-Vpf'1 ? Ch 7. 10 a.m. The Still Small Voice
Hcxt Rabb: Ir\in^ Lohrman. Temple Emanu-E'.
s of '.. -.-over"
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liant. Cantor Vaur.ce Nev. 41
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Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Arthur J. Ab-
rania. Cantor Jerome Klamant. 4J
P0PANO BEACH
SHOLOM (Ten.pU). IK SE 11th Ava.
Conaarvatlve. Rabbi Morria A_ sop-
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MARGATE JEWISH CENTER. MM
NW 9th St.
HAIUHDAIE
HALLANOALE JEWISH CENTER
Rabbi Mn J. Waits. Cantor Rev.
Jacob Oanxiger. US NE. tat Ave
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Cantor Abraham Koatar
ISRAEL (Temaiei SW SSth t
Cenaervativa Rabbi Avrant Draxm
YOUNG ISRAEL OP QNCATEP.
MIAMI o NE ITtit St. OrtMoaa
Rabbi Ni'm Poruih jp
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Jewisti ncridian
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Max Lerner
"Sees It
NEW YORK, N.Y -The Florida primary results were not
|about liberals and conservatives, nor about racists or antlracists.
Tliey were about people who figure themselves to be the for-
I .'.ten men and women of the nation. The failure to see this
distorts many of the postmortems which barely scrapes the thin
conventional veneer of political small talk.
I want to quote something which gets beneath the veneer. It
i- from Lawton Chiles, who did a walking lour of Florida vhich
pol him elected senator in 1970. Alter his victory he said. "The
common theme of everyone I talked with young and old. rural
and i-iiy. black and while was that "No one listens to me. my
vote doesn't count, no one cares any more, government is so big
and far away.' "
What Chiles was getting at is the stuff o;' populism. Th
Florida primary results are not about George Wallace, they are
about populism. No one listens to me, no one cares about pie, '
don't count that is the Populist mood, whether right, left or
center. It is a definition of the alienated, those who feel forgotten.
"to & ii
F.D.R. t M>KRSTOOD IT in his 1932 campaign when he
borrowed from William Greham Sunnier the phrase about th"
"forgotten man." He was able to rebuild the Democratic Party
for 23 years on the basLs of it. A Populist mood, when it sweeps
the country, cuts across parties and shatters their underpinnings.
Robert Kennedy knew how to respond to this mood, and hail he
liv'-d he might have done what Roosevelt did, and rebuild the
Democrats. Today it isn't at all clear whether any of the candi-
dates including Te>! Kennedy can do it.
Sure, Florida was a Wallace victory with a thumping 41 r
of the Democratic vote running away from the rest of the rield.
But that doesn't call for a breast-beating hate-Wallace despair
by those who dislike what Wallace stands for. Wallace doesn't
own the forgotten men and women. They're not his property,
now and next month and forever.
* & -to
WHAT HAPPENED WAS that Wallace moved into the
P'Mibusing Issue early, played it hard and even played down his
customary racist attitudes. His anticourt, antigovcrnment and
entipolitieian's line helped him pile up his votes. If we h:.d a
system of nati' nal primaries now, ami if they came when the
antibusing sentiment was high. Wallace might even win the
: Democratic primaries. For the feeling of the forgotten men and
women Isn't Just Florida-wi.ie, it is nationwide.
The candidate who did best was Wallace, yes. The candi-
dates who did worst -along with Muskie were the left-lean-
ing Lindsay, McGovern and Shirley Chisholm, with 17% com-
1 ined. But consider the candidates of the center. Muskie with
nine per cent got clobbered, but Jackson with 1396 and Hum-
phrey with 18'f did surprisingly well. Add the three and you
Ret 40rr. which is just short of Wallace's. Muskie's candidacy
may be dead on its feet, or it could get new life breathed into
it we won't know for a while. His problem is that he doesn't
take account of the Populist mood. Wallace does, as a Populist of
the right. Jackson does, as a Populist of the center. And even
Humphrey's style Ls to talk directly to the forgotten the old,
tho retired, the blacks, the unemployed and since thev re-
member him they feel surer that they are themselves reir.em-
bf rod'.
-ft <3 -ft
AFTER THAT WALK OF HIS that I quoted from. Lawton
Chiles added, "My walks did say to those people that I cared."
Whoever hopes to beat Nixon in November must convince people
that he cares about them and their children, that busing solves
nothing just as antibusing solves nothing. That his concern for
the children is not corrupted by Wallace's racism, that the heart
of the problem is sensible integration, good schools and a feeling
for the neighborhood as aa community. If one of the Democrats
can get this across he can take populism away from Wallace,
lay his racism bare and make the forgotten feel they arc rcr.icm-
1 ered.
The trouble now is that Humphrey has the albatross of
I..B.J. memories riding him, and Jackson has his military hard
line which enrages the young and Muskie still clings to the
trust theme of his 1970 TV talk when the national mood has
moven beyond it, and Lindsay and McGovern are trying to be
Bobby without knowing how. And all the time Tedciy is sitting
il out, and right now he must feel despite Chappaquiddick
that there is a chance he will inherit.
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Democratic Club
Meets Wednesday
The public is invited to attend
the Democratic Club Of Miami
Beach's monthly meeting at 9 p.m.
Wednesday in the Balmoral Hotel,
9801 Collins Ave.
Speakers for the-evening will be
Richard J. Murphy. Executive Di-
rector of Activities for the Nation-
al Democratic Convention; N. Al-
len Robinson, executive director
of the Miami Beach Tourist De-
velopment Authority and Judge
Henry L. Balaban. A hi ief ques-
tion and answer period will follow,
moderated by Wally Gluck, execu-
tive life president.
The 127 voice ensemble. The
Xew Direct ions, under the direc-
tion of Jack Day. win preview
their dynamic presentation which
they w ill take on concert tour to
Disney World. Cypress Garden?
and several college campuses this
summer. There will also ho an
exhibit of original ceramics by
Patti of Miami.
This one meeting has been
moved from I he Carillon Hotel to
the Balmoral Hotel due to th"
need for more space.
Joshua Jaffe Wins Contest
Joshua Brian, the son of Dr. and
Mrs. Samuel '/.. Jaffe, won first
prize in the Dadc County orator-
ical contest sponsored by optimist
International. Joshua, a 10th grade
student in Mcsivta Hebrew High
School, will represent the district
on April 16. Dr. Jaffe is the spirit-
ual leader of Temple Beth El, Hol-
lywood.
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Hiram Goldstein, (left) honorary chairman, and Doris H?r-
zog, cochairman, presented the coveted Shalom Award to
Mrs. Jean Feinberg, honoree, at a Night in Israel held at t'.ie
Coastal Towers recently. This plague was presented tc
honor Mrs. Feinberg for her work in many philanthropic
communal endeavors, and in tribute to the memory of her
beloved husband, Herman Feinberg. At right is Irving
Minion, chapman of the event.
I
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This year m Jerusalem7.'.- _____
thousands of Jews from the Soviet Union will,
come home to the Promised Land. Just as our .
brothers were delivered out of bondage centuries
age, the Exodus of today's Russian Jew
rekindles the inner spirit of Jews everywhere.
This year in Jerusalem...'
dramatic increases in housing, education,
language instruction, vocational training, hearth
services and care for the aged are a necessity.
This year in Jerusalem...
as the people of Israel are being challenged daily
with new and more volatile threats to their exist-
ence, they do not have the funds to help us meet
, the challenges of human need.
This year in Jerusalem...-
more than 70,000 immigrants from many coun- ,
tries and all walks of life will come to the Promised
Land to live in freedom and dignity. They will
need help to become part of the ongoing dream
that is Israel.
This year in Jerusalem...
the celebration of the Seder has a special
meaning.
Keep the promise-pay your pledge today:
Give to the Israel Emergency Fund of the
United Jewish Appeal,

Support the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's
Combined Jewish Appeal and
Israel Emergency Fond Campaign


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>Je*ist> Fkridian
Friday. March 31. 1972 .i
Third Seder Launches
Israel Birthday Fete

Highlight of the annual com-
;munity-wide Third Seder spon-
sored by the Israel Histadrut
m. and uks. mot uvm
Council of South Florida Sunday
at 6:30 p.m. in the Fontainebleau
Hotel will be a ceremony pat-
terned after "A Seder with the
Army of Israel."
Israel's Minister to the United
Nations. His Excellency Jacob
Barmore, will be the principal i
speaker at the dinner expected to
attract more than 1.000 persons,
a record attendance, according to
honorary chairman. Dr. Leon j
Kronish. Dr. Sol Stein of New
York will be a special guest.
Guests of honor at the Third :
Seder will be Mr. and Mr*. Moe
Levin. Miami Beach business and (
civic leaders. Lea and Moe Levin
helped found the Histadrut Cam-
paign in Greater Miami, and he is
past president o: the Israel His-
tadrut Council.
Commander of Israel's legen-
dary Home Guard in Jerusalem
during the 1948-49 War of In-
dependence. Mr. Levin is president
of a Farband Labor Zionist Order
branch, and an active leader for
the United Jewish Appeal. Israel
Bonds and Jewish National Fund.
The Levins also played a key role
in the organization of the Israel
Histadrut Foundation, and the
newly elected president of the
Foundation.
Producer of the Third Setter and
the ceremony which will simulate
the Seder which Israeli forces on
the front lines were slated to hold
this week is Edward Tumaroff.
executive director of Histadrut in
Florida.
The program will be written,
staged and directed by Arie Ka-
duri. Participants will include Can.
tor Sidor Belarsky and vocalists
Ahuva Zadok and Danny Tadmore.
Shaul and Yehudit of the Sabra
dancers will perform and Joyce
Farber will lead the audience in
singing the national anthems of
Israel and the United States.
Sunday's banquet will launch
Greater Miami Jewry's celebra-
tion of the 24th anniversary Of the
State of Israel's independence and
also commemorate the 29th anni-
versary of the uprising of the Jew-
ish community in the Warsaw
Ghetto.
Sally Lazare will be the accom-
panist for the evening: Neal Son-
nett is the narrator. Others in the
cast include David Tumaroff. Mar-
cos Mokjain. Judy Schwartz.)
George Luck. Jeff Jans, Debby
Finer, Steven Simon. Lori Freed- '
line and Jan Tumpson.
Jacob Rifkin is general chair- ;
man of the Third Seder: Judge .
Herbert S. Shapiro is serving as
natter of ceremonies. Greetings !
will be extended by Samuel Fein-
stein, president of the Israel His-
tadrut Council. Morris Newmark.
the organization's treasurer, will
offer the invocation.
At a parlor meeting held on behalf of tee
Greater Miami Jewish Federation's 1972
CJA-IEF campaign recently in the home
of Ben Barg. chairman of the New Horizons
CJA-IEF campaign effort, pledges amounted
to a 75% increase over what the same
people contributed in 1971. Pictured at t!ie
meeting are (from left to right) Max Hauser,
Mr. Barg. Jack Gelb, Max Jacobs and Victcr
Siegel.

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Page 13-A
The Officers and
The Board Of Trustees
r.
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On Behalf Of
Mount Sinai Medical Center Of Greater Miami
Extend Cordial Passover Greetings
Leonard L. Abess
James M. Albert
L. Jules Arkin
Col. Jacob M. Arvey
Samuel Blank
Ben Blum
Shepard Broad
Harold Brown
David P. Catsman
Max V. Cogen
Edward L. Cowen
Julius Darsky
Joseph Davidson
Mrs. Meyer Don
Paul Faske
Robert S. Feldman
A. C. Fine
Samuel Friedland
Mac Gache
Sydney Gans
Sam A. Goldstein
Abraham Goodman
Morris Goodman, M. D.
Paul R. Gordon
Robert Z. Greene
Mrs. S. Harvey Greenspan
Nathan S. Gumenick
Louis Hand
A. J. Harris
Mrs. Lila G. Heatter
Isadore Hecht
Samuel J. Heiman
Howard Kane
Samuel Kann
Aaron Kanner
Henry Keller
Milton Kelner
Benjamin G. Kline
Bing Kossoff
Samuel C. Levenson
J. Gerald Lewis
Joseph M. Lipton
Leon Lowenstein
Mrs. A. Herbert Mathes
Baron deHirsch Meyer
Hank Meyer
Benjamin Meyers
Executive Vice President Samuel Gertner
A. J. Molasky
Stanley Myers
Harry L. Nathenson
Max Orovitz
Clifford Perlman
Joseph Rose
Julius Rosenberg
Marshal E. Rosenberg
Dan B. Ruskin
Robert Russell
Edward Shapiro
Jacob Sher
William D. Singer
Harry Sirkin
Joseph Stein
Carl Susskind
Abe W. Waxenberg
Carl Weinkle
Milton Weiss
Leonard A. Wien
Malcolm Woldenberg
Lous Wolfson II
Louis E. Wolfson
Mitchell Wolfson
PRESIDENT, MOUNT SINAI MEDICAL CENTER


P? Friday. March 31. 1972
Tikvah Commission Plans
Program For Retarded
KfttbtMhment al classes in Je-
>.i f.'-jcation for the rt-ianlrt
cMM, upport of the natiorcJ Tik-
.ah program of a normal camp
- retaroVJ Jewish chil-
dren and participation in a rwtion-
'r.'erence on the JiM*f T*
tarried chiH. a. 4. the snak
\ the ne-- Com-
mission of the gOUIiWOl ftetfjon
rite>! Syi
I jr. Harold
The n*- knb program
inaugura-
uben
it ion of : -^* of
Amerva ."-aii/ei the crurii.
the Jewish "apeefaT
tecnacer with ;An;<
\fjervtv' that mould ;,i<>-.rle so-
<.al ard cultural bllecjation with
normal peers, an under-
tne Jewish herfl -'Ai^h reli-
tojs <-xperiential living. an>1 (*ar-
in a norw "
tcfa th-
mild was ju&i'-: not on -
OB the honesty arvl

The proCTam. hei': it Camp Ra-
.Tiah it G N V :- n
that a nv Uteri
The siecial child I
nor-
mal
Iren
Corral ;t L- tr,
involve
. am:
ratio '- campers. Under
the direction <>\ Hi
l/eru and Rabbi Elliot !'.'. n, it is
haped t > o|xri tbe
next dimmer at .1 Ra-
mah 'ami) S1*'
The local commission, un Jer the ,
cochairmanship of Mike HxeTjert
and Bernard Greenfield. U plan-
ning to establish classes for the ,
special Jewish child in both the
north and south ends of the coun-
<,IUrs -sf Usre*ra sa < *ii-.*
already' been extended by- Con-
i gregations E nai Ra Bete
David.
On April 9 and 20 Mr. lAelbert
will represent the local fu-
sion at tne first national confer-
ence on the Jev. L-.-. edoratJ
the special child in the B
John* -< at Ken*-:;.
Airport in New- Yor* Or. Pa-
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lion progran I .-
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outstanding program iikiuding accompanist. -____________
Louis Iliihfia in Uli U of
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the district will sponsor ar- Israel
anniversary celebration iixsiay
at 8 p.m.
The celebration meetiae. shkfa
will mark the 24th anniversary of
the State of Israel is open to the
public and will take place in the
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Normandy Dr.. Miami Beach.
There is no a.imission charge, ac-
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Finegold.
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The Miami Beach Chapter (
the American Federation of Senior ,
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Scopus Group Marking 25th Year
Mt. Scopus Group of the
Chapter of Hadassah held
5th anniversary meeting at
luncheon in Tempie Beth
^h recently.
St presidents who were hon-
Ipuests at th|s. affair included
I Joel Belov. Mrs. Jasper Cro-
[ Mrs. Sara Rubin, Mrs. David
acker, Mis. Shirley Fishman.
Max Churvis. Mrs. Manual
Jtein. Mrs. Morris Lauretz.
Max Sokoloff and Mrs. Mo-
Engler.
he meeting was conduclod by
president of the group, Mrs.
vid Kllison who also sang throe
Jigs as part of a pageant about
Esther." Sh^ was accompanied nt
the piano by her husband, David
Kllison.
Mrs. Morris Herman, president
of the Miami Chapter, compli-
mented the memberSTWi their, dil-
ligent and effective participation
in Hadassah projects' throughout
thcpyWW,k' "
Fershkos To Appear
Soprano Sarah Fershko and
pianist-composer Hayim Fershko
will appear at this season's final
"Oneg Shabbos" si>onsored by the
David Pinski Club, Friday, April
7 at 8 p.m. in the Ida Fisher High
School Cafeteria, 1450 Drexal Ave.,
Miami Beach. Subject of a talk by
L. Lasavin, will be "Gcvriel Weiss-
man, Israeli Poet -Critic."
Stephen D. Waldman, DVM
& Mervin Waldman, DVM
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Florida Friday, March 31, 1972
Section B
Secret Documents Said To
Reveal Jordan's 'Dual Policy"
>aRIS (JTA) The French
ekly "I, Express" has pub-
)>-> the texts of three top
ni letters >:ii to have been
Bill' : by Jordanian offic als
October of 1967 which, the
jga/mc says, establish Ihe
Kt that "secret agreements"
Hst between [srael and Jordan
Hd that their respective vep-
fcematl.'i's met several times,
L 'Express" says the docu-
^i:'- prove that the day after
Six-Day War, in June, 1967,
ji chose to practice dual
Jcy towards Israel outwardly,
pdarity with the other Arab
it''.- hut covertly, a policy of
foliations with Israel. The
(gazine published copies of the
letters. The first, marked
Influential and urgent," dated
11, 1967, and addressed to
Jordanian ambassador in
^shington is from Premier
tigat Talhouni.
It reads: "Will you establish
urgent contacts with United
States Secretary of State Dean
Rusk to discuss pressure to be
put on the Israeli government
to renounce its policy of creation
of a Palestinian state in which
Palestinian deputies and notables
of the West Bank would partici-
pate. Let Dean Rusk know that
if Israel persists in this project
we will be obliged to annul the
secret and non-secret agreements
which tie us to Israel, and, to
assure our rights, cooperate with
the Arab states and the Eastern
European bloc."
Another letter, marked "se-
cret and urgent" was dated Oct.
10. 1967 and was from Talhouni
to the Jordanian ambassador in
Rome. It says: "In reference
to what was published in the
Rome 'Daily American' (Rome's
English language newspaper) I
pray you to establish contact in
a very confidential manner with
the Italian Minister of Informa-
THOUSANDS Of BOXES MAILED TO EMBASSY
Matzoh Piles Up
At The Post Office

WASHINGTON (JTA) U.S.
Pasta) authorities are wonder-
ing wUt to do with some 20,000
'founds of Passover matzoh in-
tended for Soviet Jews which
has been piling up since Friday
in the basement of the main
Post Office here and at various
postal sub-stutions in the area.
m One pound boxes of matzoh
have been mailed by the thou-
sands: from various states, in-
cluding Florida, to the Soviet
Embassy and to the Soviet Cul-
tural Office building about seven
Mocks from the Kmbassy. The
.flovi. t Kmbassy had been asked
Kp forward the matzoh to the
HSSR for use by Russian Jews,
Hut Soviet officials refused to
^ccept them.
The mail campaign was eon-
Heived by the Advisory Board
Hf the IS'nai B'rith's Anti-Defa-
Hk>n League as a means of ilram-
Btizing Soviet Jew--' lack of free-
|Bom to emigrate. It was organ-
ised by the B'nai B'rith's Pen-
nsylvania, Delaware and West
Hrirginia region anil coordinated
Ky Robert C. Kohler, director of
Hhe ADI. regional office in New-
Hrk. N.J.
The Jewish Welfare Federation
Bf Greater Hollywood has dis-
ributed more than 3,000 mailing
Ibels and printed letters to be
ed in the campaign, it was re-
orted here.
Mr. Kohler told the Jewish
elegraphic Agency that Local
M of the Teamsters Union in
Mrs. Benjamin Beloff, (left) luncheon chairman, Mrs. Joseph
M. Rose, Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of Temple
Emanu-FJ, and Mrs. Al Podvin, Sisterhood president, are
pictured at the Sisterhood's 32nd Anniversary Luncheon
which was held March 15 in the Friedland Ballroom. Mrs.
Rose, who was honored for her 32 years of dedication to the
Sisterhood, is a past president.
tion to convince him to induce
the Italian press to refrain f:om
publishing anything about the
secret encounters between the
king of Jordan and representa-
tives of Israeli authorities. Also
establish contact with the direc-
tors of the large Italian news-
papers to deny the information
in any manner possible, even if
it would cost 5.010 dinars." The
latter letter further asked the
Jordanian ambassador in Rjme
to convince the Israeli ambas-
sador "to deny what was pub-
lished in the 'Daily American'
about the encounter between the
king's envoy and Israeli Premier
Levi Eshkol."
Talhouni also instructed the
ambassador to inform the Israeli
ambassador that Jordan's for-
eign policy will not be affected
by the new Jordanian govern-
ment and that "the secret agree-
ments concluded with Israel are
still in effect."
North Brunswick, N.J., has vol-
unteered to provide the men and
trucks to pick up the matzoh at
the Post Office and deliver it
to any charitable institution the
ADL might name.
But the Post Office says there
are several obstacles blocking
this procedure. For one thing,
the Post Office needs a formal
waiver from the addressee, in
this case the Soviet Mission to
the United States. If that prob-
lem is overcome, it remains for
the Post Office to weed out the
matzoh packages from hundreds
of other parcels since they are
not marked and many do not
have return addresses.
Finally, officials said, there
was the problem of responsibili-
ty should anyone eating the
matzoh become sick. Authorities
said the matzoh packages were
in danger of becoming intested
with rodents if they are kept
in the basement much longer.
Peter M. Sussman, director of
the office of international postal
affairs of the U.S. Postal Serv-
ice, told the JTA that postal au-
thorities in Philadelphia have
jurisdiction over the Washing-
ton office. He said they would
consider any reasonable proposal
put forward by Mr. Kohler.
About 50 pounds of matzoh
were delivered to the Soviet
Cultural Office building Monday
morning. Delivery was rejected
by a Vice Consul named Kozlov.
Mrs. Harry Goldkin, (left) chairman; Mrs. Leonard Wolpe,
honoree, and Mrs. Morris Herman, president of the Miami
Chapter Hadassah, met with top Hadassah leaders in *he
Fcntainebleau's Gigi Room this week to plan for the annual
Hadassah-Bond-with-Israel Luncheon slated for May 4 at
the Fontainebleau Hotel. More than 5,000 women from the
Miami Hadassah Chapter will be invited to attend this affair
under the auspices of the State of Israel Bonds.
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the hope..
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The Pacesetters of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation were feted at a recent dinner
hosted by Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. (Hap) Levy,
at their Biscaya Island home. From left to
right are Robert Russell, Federation presi-
dent, Mrs. Russell, Ambassador Tekoah, Is-
rael's permanent representative to the United
Nations, Beth Jones and Ralph Levitz.
'acesetters Hosted By 'Hap' Levys
"It's a way of life." said Harry
A. (Hap) Levy. "We have been
doing it for 2,000 pears and we're
going to keep it going."
Trie occasion was the P*.oeset-
ters Dinner for the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation's 1972 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emerg-
ency Fund campaign, hosted by
Mr. Levy and his wife. Davida at
their Biscaya Island home.
Rabbi Leon Kronish. associate
chairman of the 1972 campaign,
introduced each of the 125 Pace-
setters to Ambassador Yosef Te-
koah, Israel's Permanent Repre-
sentative to the United Nations.
Led by Ralph Levitz, the Pace-
setters' campaign commitments
for the evening exceeded the $4.5
million mark.
According to Eli Timoner and
Stephen Muss, cochairmen of the
Pacesetters Division, there were
a total of 85 Pacesetters in the
1971 campaign. As the 1972 drive
nears the half-way mark, they re-
port, the goal of 200 Pacesetters
that was set early in the campaign
begins to appear possible.
Within a tented backyard, with
three overhanging chandeliers and
the pool covered with a dance
floor, the Pacesetters enjoyed the
festivities with many dancing on
the large dock that borders the
Levy home on Biscayne Bay.
Ambassador Tekoah, the guest
speaker, commented that as the
Passover holiday is approaching
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we can draw a great parallel be-
tween it and the thousands of
Jews who are coming out of the
Soviet Union in the greatest
exodus since Moses led the Jews
from Egypt. He pledged that the
people of Israel will not fail and
declared that he knows from the
response he witnessed that the
Jews of Miami will not fail either.
Farband Celebrates
Bialik's Birthday
Members of the Ben Guiion-
Bialik branch of the Farband La-
bor Zionist Order will celebrate
the 100th anniversary of the birth
of Hayim Nahman Bialik Moi.day
night. The meeting, scheduled for
8:.% p.m. at Washington Federal's
I South Shore building, 1234 Wash-
ington Avo., is free and ope:; to
I thi' public.
Jack Fllosof, president of the
branch, said a musical pro'ram
| and guest speaker will he included
in the salute to Mr. Bialik. who
lied in 19,'!4 after a rn' i r as one
of the world's foremost Yiddish
an Hebrew writers.
Born in Russia, Mr. Bialik moved,
to Israel and was one of the prime
movers in the successful effort to |
have Hebrew adopted as the of-1
ficial language by Jewish settlers
in what is today Israel.
Barnard College Club To
Sponsor Regional Council
A Regional Council with the
theme "Challenges for Today: An
Open Forum for Women" will be
sponsored by Barnard College and
the Barnard College Club of South
Florida Monday, April 10 in the
Everglades Hotel, it has been an-
nounced.
Mary Jacoby Brown will mod-
erate a 10 a.m. panel discussion
of new women's programs, Barn-
ard Women's Center and Miami
projects; Elizabeth Hall Janeway.
author of "Man's World, Woman's
Place," will be the keynote speak-
er at the noon luncheon.
Harry A. (Hap) Levy, and his wife Davida, are pictured with
Israel's ambassador to the United Nations, Yosef Tekoah
(center), and Rabbi Leon Kronish (right), associate chairman
of the 1972 CJA-IEF campaign, which is chaired by Mr. Levy.
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sents Israel at the Uniled Nations.
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i Torczyner Speaker For
ZOA's April 30 Dinner
Mortimer May, a past national
1 president of the Zionist Organiza-
tion of America, has announced
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LUIFEISA m
JACQUES TORCZYNER
| that Jacques Torczyner. chairman
I of the ZOA Administrative Board
will ho the guest siieakcr at the
ZOA dinner honoring Jack Popick
| Sunday evening, April 30 in the
Deauvillo Hotel.
i
Mr. Torczyner has served five
I consecutive terms as president of j
I the ZOA, and few men have a I
more intimate knowledge of the
Zionist movement and of the prob-
lems and currents in Jewish life '
throughout the world. He :;|>eaks
not as an observer but as one who
plays an active role in the shap-
ing of events.
Mr. Torczyner has written and
lectured extensively on subjects
concerning Zionism and world
Jewry. He has also spoken out on
issues facing the American Jew-
ish community and es|>ecially its
relationship with the Black com-
munity.
Born and educated in Belgium,
where his father was president of
Ihe Belgian Zionist Federation,
Mr. Torczyner has l>een a delegate
to every World Zionist Congress
since 1946, and is one of the foun-
ders and a co-president of the
World Union of General Zionists
and chairman of its Executive
Committee. He is also a member
of the Executive of the World
Zionist Organization American
Section. Following the establish-
ment of the State of Israel, he was
appointed to the historic Rifkind
Committee charged with evaluat-
ing the new role of the Zii.ilst
Movement in the aftermath of
Jewish statehood.
MrV'TOrczyncr is "general man'-
ager of Real Estate Participation
in Israel, a company associated
with one of Israel's largest build-
ing and development companies.
In 1945 Mr, Torczyner was one ]
of 18 persons who met with David ',
Ben-Gurion and f o r m e d the I
"Friends of the Haganah (the Yi- |
shuv's defense force) which a few |
short years later formed the basis !
of Israel's armed forces. Ho Was
also a founding member of the
Board i>f Governors of State of Is-
rael Bonds and has been, for many
years, a trustee of the United Is-
lael Appeal.
A member of the Governing
Council of the world Jewish Con-
gress and a director of the Jewish
National Fund, Mr. Torczyner is
also a founding member of the
American-Israel Chamber of Com-
merce. a member of the National
Advisory Board of the American
Jewish Historical Society and of
the Board of Management of the
Institute of Jewish Affairs, Ltd.
The Zionist Organization of Am-
erica fosters understanding and
mobilizes public opinion in the- con-
tinuing struggle to safeguard Is-
rael's security and economic
growth. It conducts a broad pro-
gram of Zionist and Hebrew edu-
cation aimed at a meaningful Jew-
ish life in the United States.
The ZOA spurs Israel's develop-
ment through the encouragement
of Western aliya, promotion of
private investments and maximum
material assistance by spearhead-
ing the major fund raising efforts
for Israel. It also strengthens
American-Israel ties through its
major projects in Israel -the Kfar
Silver Agricultural and Mollie
Goodman Academic High Schools
near Ashkelon, and the wide-
spread cultural and educat:onal
programs of the ZOA House in
Tel Aviv.
There are twenty ZOA regional
offices throughout the nation. The
Southeast Region office is located
at 2200 Park Aw., Miami Beach.
Herzfeld Retires
From VA Service
A long and fruitful career with
the Veterans Administration will
end Friday for Sol M. Herzfeld ol
the Miami Veterans Assistance
Center. Mr. Herzfeld will begin
bis retirement on that date.
Mr. Herzfeld transferred (Cam
the New York CityreiflUMM UiTrlce
to the Miami office in July, !9f>fi.
Since being here, he has bcci, on
itinerant service to West Palm
Beach, Fort Lau'erdale and Key
W'.st. Ho has also conducted the
regular orientation briefings for
men being separated or retired
from Homestead Air Force Base
and from the Navy installations in
Key West. When he wasn't or the
road, he has been active at the
office in Room 100 of the Federal
Building,
"For years, Mr. Herzfeld has
helped with the training of bene-
fits counselors." said C. W, Bogga
officer in charge of the Miami of-
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hands with him serving as actinq
officer in charge. We will miss ,i
man of bis ability and experience.'
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Friday. March 3i. ;97
M.B. Chapter Of
Hadafcsah Groups
Plan Activities
Roddenbeiyt Announce Marianne's
'Engagement To Edward S. Grenwald
j Mr a- WHBann member of ^ I^i Alpha : av
Several Miami Beach Chapters
of Ka/lava- Gro;;/s have anr-oun-
eec their activities f'/r the coming
v.c-.-
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joke wjh their host end hostess, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
M...er. cr.d )udy Drucker. 'iefli cochainnan of Temple Beth
Shalom's Great ArUst Series, at the reception which folio v. nsd
lest week's concert ir- the temple.
I r^ Cairo Ga. an-
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Um late PhlHp Grenwald.
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Monday at 11-% a.m. b and Om late Leon Turner of Pel-
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tain. Mrs. Fanny Houtz is liro '>-<
Roddenbery i; a graduate
of 5ta M'
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luncheon rr*eting on Monday noon %y. .,-.,. a pa Delta
at the Singapore Hotel. %th 81 received her Mas-
fraternity, the ttorida Bar Ta:ia.
hassee Bar. American Bar uid th
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nd Mr- Ibb .< '-' Kollef fHelea m of
: nai Beach are walk- Itw Steterhood of Temple Beth
M cioud nfaae fchter Sholomi. Mr. and Mn
Roberta, who ha her master de- Gaynor (La, a fanner ,:anLt.
v.. her hu'.- r-arti/rularly enjoyed the
; Dr. Herbert Pian. a Me- her Milton is vice president of the
phyuciit working with the Pertfl* Washington Federal I; Rabbi and
in Men York; and their, Mrs. Leon Kronish. Maiame Man-
'-..-;-- Gordon Doogiai na Zueca, Mayor-elect and Mrs.
Neil and bat.? l>;e. will l>- Eli Lurie; Mr. and Mrs. James
j '< a weefcl with them ( Knopke 'Jim is cochalrman of the
Mr. awl Mrs. Richard V.
'he's president of the Miami Phil-
harmonic; Dale Heapps 'man-
gar of the Miami PhiMiarmor.ic >:
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Miller; Mr.
and Mrs. F.ii Kat/in (EU is the
president Of Temple Beth Sho-
lomi; Mr. and Mrs. Morris Lapi-
dne, Mr. an'i Mrs. Norman Hoi-
Mr. ani Mrs. Irving .:'.. Kap-
lan. D;. and Mrs. Ralph Cobb, Mr.
Did Mrs, .Milton Nussbaum
an'i Mm Harold Zlnn, Mr. and
Mi Robert Swedroe, Mi and Mrs.
Harry li. Smith, Mr. and Mrs.
\ ... :-:. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin
Marx, Dr. and Mr*. A. Lawrence
I'.ose and Mr. and Mrs. David
ker.
The ladies of Alpha Omega
DtOtal Auxiliary' hosted a lunch-
-m honoring Honey 'Mrs. Buddy*
Krasae, wile of the International
president of Alpha Omega Dental
Society, U* waefc at the Shera-
ton Four Ambassadoi Hotel Rena
'Mrs. Meyer* Eggnatz an Chair-
men of the day; n*r eommittea
Included Helen Mn Jack) Berne
lai |de 'Mrs. Arnol ier and
n 'Mrs. Gerald I Plnsky. The
al songs and program ware
b n by Eli im Mi Pa i
Ricbman and Rai Mi '. i
emben
bowL
J,i
Ralpl Kre g<
e C. Clyde At Hilton
ee in International Af-
fairs from Florida S'ate Unl
-it> m Tallahassee She studied as
r at the Faculty of
Science Unl tj
Belgrade, Belgrade, Yugos.avia
and also participated In a st idj
program at Vaughn College Uni-
ty of Leii ester L :
Em-land, and the Social Institute
in Stockholm, Sweden,
Miss Roddenbery, who was for-
merly employed by the c & s
National Bank in Atlanta, is pres-
ently working with the Library of
rational Relations in Chicago.
Mr. Grenwald U an honon grad-
uate of Miami Beach High School
and the University of Pennsyl-
vania in Philadelphia. He recrived
his Jurum Doctor degree cum
laude at Northwestern Unlverity"*
School of Law in Chicago where
h<- .-.as editor of the Law P.e- iew
1 a member of the national champion
moot court team, ar.d a member
Shaloma Oroap will meet at I of the Junior Bar Association
noon Tuesday. April 11 at the Al-; board of governors.
irters Hotel. Guest speaker will be' A member and past president of
Mr.s. Jay Dermer. Mis. Ann Stone Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity nd a
is presiding.
and Collins Ave. The program will
be provided by the Jefferson
Bank; Mrs. Louis Nelebt-r is pre-
Renanah Groop will have a
brunch naarttng Monday April 10
at 10 30 a.m. in Junior's R-jstau-
rant. 2947 Collins Ave. Guest
speaker will be Assistant L'.S. At-
torney Neal Sonett; Mrs. Manny
Temkin is presiding.
Hatlkvah Groap will hold its
Installation at 1 p.m. Monday,
' April 10 in the Social Hall of the
Roney Plaza. Installing officer will
be Mrs. Debbie Wernick. Patricia
Gayle will entertain. Mrs. Morris
Herman is presiding.
If anna Sen-vh Group will have
a luncheon meeting Tuesday. April
11 at noon in the Algiers Hotel.
Mrs. Isidore Swee will entertain;
Mb. Jack Kunis will preside.
MARIANNE RODDENBERY
American Judicature S>:i I Mr.
Grenwald i^ presently a-- "ar,;
professor in Ficrida Stab <.:
sity's CoEege of Law
A May 1-1 wnkftng i- planned
at the home of the brid -
Happenings
Larry L. I.ohmeier hi- gn
advanced to assistant \.
ident of United National
of Miami, according to F.i\. ird
C. Hayne*. president. Mi
meier was fuilltelly a-.-" cashier, credit de. it
Mrs. '" ;,.. Hartman a former
Gaynoi and Frank Crippen, to- ,
' ,. I New Yorker who no., cad .-Iiami
n m til Mrs. rhomai F. Pal-',,___t
;;.r have planned a part) foi
Mrs. Greenwald To
Present Citations
Mrs. Claire Greenwald will
'lose her year as president of the
Norman Bruce Brown Ladies Aux-
iliary 174 of the Jewish War Vet-
erans at its annual awards night
in the usual meeting place, 4601
W. Flaglcr St., at 8 p.m. Tuesday.
She will present her chairmen
and officers with citations and
iei ice pins for services rendered
to the public through their many
community projects and for their
volunteer work at the Veterans
Hospital. Members will be pre-
tund-ralaing dlnm e col- T Qmtave Harlman. '^Zm ">ted with 5, 10, 15 and 20 year
whi'h providei a golden op- i____._ ..
Ily to New York to attend the membership pins.
150th anniversary celebration oi
h, i.. : u r-un i i- A J"'nt p"st an<1 Auxiliary so-
the Jewish f.hild Care Assornation, I......,.
,< ...t,; w. .u r~ ., "al Wlil follow the presentation
of which the Gustav Hartman
,,__, ... i ceremony; refreshments will be
Home for Children is a part, and
is*
i;;,;iy College.
Friend- of I'.arry College prob-
ably the r!>o.t irnenica] group
u, Dads County, are bound to-
gether by a concern foi private
ad cation and an even itionger
bond Of love and :,;;"< '.on of
tie Adiiari Dominican I I who
staff Barry Collegl
Apiil 2A is the data ad for the
second annual President's Dinner,
Beach home, wiil address the
South Shore Citizens Club T
ilny evening at the Washington
Federal, iz'; Washington
according to Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Shafkin, life presidents of the club.
Although Mrs. Hartman has lie-
come active with a number oi
local philanthropic organizations,
she still retains her interest, in the
New York institution, which bear
the name Of her late h::.si,and
portunity to pay hoiw to tn<
Sisters who ha \ I gl en such
dedicated service to Barry, and
through II to be entin......theasl
community. I.'.S. Senator Robert
Dole win be the guest ipeaker,
Israeli pianist David Bar Ulan
was feted a I a i crept kin hosted by
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Miller In
their RivO Alto Island home after
last week's Temple Beth Sholom
concert! par tof the temple's Great
Artist Series.
Sue Miller had her house all
decked OUf with lovely s|iring flow-
ers big vases filled with colorful
tulips which gave the home an air
of a European Villa. Mr. Bar Ulan,
iM ides being a luperb pianist, has
I marvelous .sense o| humor; he
kept everybody in stitches with
his great wit and play on winds.
All Ihe muslciaiH In town came
mil to hear him and ended up pay-
ing tribute to him along with the
"Angels" and "Patrons" ol the Se-
i let.
Among those Who enjoyed fhe
festivities were Mi. ;ind Mr. Mcv-
will attend the debut of her niece,
Marisa Calvary, who will be sing-
ing a leading role in the New York
City Ojiera Company's presenta-
tion of "Tosca" Saturday evening,
April 8.
served. Members and their friends
are invited to attend.
Mrs. Greenwald will be honored
at a special luncheon Sunday,
May 7, at the Algiers Hotel, it
has been announced.
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'icki Stein And Steven A. Ogin
United In Marriage Sunday, Mar, 26
1 Vicki Stein, dauihtor of Mr.
nd Airs. Arthur Stein, 1522 Clove-
ind Rd., and Steven A. Ogin, son
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Gollis,
MRS. STtVtN A. OGIN
14165 NK 6th Ave., were united
in marriage Sunday, Mirch 26. in
the Algiers Hotel with Rabbi Irv-
ing Lehrman officiating. A recep-
tion at the hotel followed the 7:30
p.m. ceremony.
The new Mrs. Ogin selected a
candlelight gown of lace and j-eau-
de-80ie for her wedding, and car-
lied a bouquet of white orchids.
She was attended by her sister-in-
law Mrs. Nina Stein, -natron of
honor. Also in the wedding party
were Michael Schwartz, best man.
with Michael Stein an:"' Ronald
Stein serving as ushers.
Thi-- bride is an elenVntary
school teacher in the Dade County
Public School System. She gradu-
ated from Miami Beach Senior
High School and the University of
Miami.
A Florida State youth coun-elor.
Mr. Ogin is a graduate of Miami
Beach Senior High School and
Louisiana State University, at
Baton Rouge.
The newlyweds will make their
h"me in North Miami.
Joyce Sumberg Appointed
Vice Chairman-Education
Joyce (Mrs. Mike) Sumberg
has been appointed vice chairman
for Education on the National
A national board member of the
American Zionist Youth Funds,
Mrs. Sumberg has also served on
the Board of the American Jewish
Committee. She is on the Board
of Directors of the Jewish Family
and Children's Service and estab-
lished and chaired the UJA Wom-
en's Division in Palm Bef.ch.
In her new post, Mrs. Sumberg
will serve as a liaison with the
Council of Jewish Federations and
Welfare Funds Women's Commun-
al Service Committee, of vhich
She Is also a member. She will also
be directly responsible for coordin-
ating a cooperative approach to
aid communities throughout the
country in establishing year-round
educational programs.
MRS. GILBERT MORRIS
Elda L. Mildivoff
Becomes the Bride
Of Gilbert Morris
E!da L. Milcwoff, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. George Mildwoif of
Miami Beach, and Gilbert Morris
of New York City were married
at 7 p.m. Saturday, March 25, in
the Fontainebleau Hotel. Rabbi
Leon Kronish officiated: a recep-
tion in the hotel followed the
ceremony.
The new Mrs. Morris, who wore
a silk organza gown embossed with
pearled snow flakes, was attended
by sister Debra Dressman, matron
if honor, and Stephanie Dressman,
bridesmaid. Gerald Dressman was
best man.
The bride graduated from Miami
Beach High School, Boston Uni-
versity and Rutgers University
Graduate School of Social Work.
Her husband graduated from Boys
High School, Brooklyn, and Pac-r-
College.
After a honeymoon in London
and Paris, the couple will reside
in West New York. N.J.
Board of the Women's Division of
the United Jewish Appeal, accord-
ing t>> in announcement made by
Elaine Siris, chairman of the I'JA
Women's Division.
Thi< is another in a long list of
civic id philanthropic endeavors
tor Mi Sumberg, who is current-
ly vice president for Education of
the Cheater Miami Jewisli Fed-
eration Women's Division. Mrs.
Sum! erg has been directly respon-
sible for "Second Tuesday," the
annual community-wide edue.ition
day held in Dade County.
Construction To Begin
Construction of a new YWCA
Women's Resource Center will be-
gin on or about April 15, Mrs.
Stanley Milledge, YWCA presi-
dent, has announced. The 15-story
structure is t be located on the
old Julia Tuttle Hotel site at 114
SE 4h St. The site is adjacent to
the City's proposed Dallas Park
Development and the Miami River
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other pa-t president, Mrs. Meyer
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;/urple print. A stiver belt and
gold chain-, completed her out-
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Honored at the annual Life and Trustee Luncheon of Micr.,.i
Beach Chapter Women's Division of Technion were Mrs,
Else Bonem (left) and Mrs. Kcte Meidenberg who pos^d
here with Mrs. Milton Sirkin. president, and Mrs. Nathan
Leder. 'right/ membership vice president.
Also seated at the head table
fo worthy students who could no'. ] '*"" -M,i David Garbelnuck na- j
Otherwise attended Haifa's Tech-tional honorary past president of.
nion University. !n'' Women's Division of Techiiion.
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.scholarship- to finance the educa-
tion of engineers and technicians
whose skills arc badly needed by
the State of Israel.
The tables were beautifully dec-
orated by Mrs. Melvin Schwartz,
who used a scholarship theme in
blue and white. She W8I wcarinc
a long black, nd on<". white arne!
print featuring a cowl neckline.
Mrs. David Sernaker and Mrs
Harold Abbott were cochairmen
of this alfair and Mrs. Sernaker,
who presided over the pro;Tam
wore a long black maxi which was
embroidered with tiny yellow loses
and f"-atured a V-neck and ruffles
on the long sleeve* and fkirt. Mrs.
Abbott's white knit dress was
topped by a sleeveless white
leather Jacket. Her gold Jewelry
and suede accessories were recent
acquisitions, brought back from a
trip to Spain and Portgual.
Among those seated at the head
tables were Mrs. Meyer Brilliant,
CChapter president. Her short Mack
dress was trimmed with gold em-
broidered ribbon. Founding presi-
dent, Mrs. Morton Fellman cheae
a red and white checked suit with
a long skirt. Red boots and un-
usual ivory Jewelry were smart
MCeatS, Mrs. Franklin H. Wil-
liams, a past president, looked
regal in pale blue trimmed in white
with a white heirloom pin at the
throat.
Mrs. Martin Spector, immediate
past president oi the Miami Chap-
ter wore a maxi dress with a black
velvet lop and a colorful printed
nuck chase a navy dress and Jack-
et, highlighted with pearls and
the proudly displayed Technion
charm. Mrs. Berger looked chic
in a long red and white knit dress.
Among those seated at the r.junt!
tables were Mrs. Ann Zuckerman
who wore a long tailored dress
printed in navy, green and white.
The MLsses Ann and Mac Wol-
man, devoted Technion workers,
also attended. Ann wore a smart
pants suit with a colorful printed
blouse. Mac chose a white poly-
ester dress, buttoned in gold and
trimmed in red, white and blue.
Mrs. Mae Roscnthal was seen
wearing a coffee-colored dress and
Jacket of Italian silk with beige
accessories.
Mrs. Ann Goldberg wore green,
"in honor of Saint Patrick's Day,"
she said. Her colorful outfit con-
sisted of an apple green Jumper
with a long-sleeved green checked
blouse. Mrs. Harvey Friedman
achieved the Spanish look in a
brown suede skirt and blown
tweed knitted blouse. Mrs. Julius
Propp selected a dress and .jacke*.
in a tan and beige print trimmed
in black and highlighted with
Israeli Jewelry.
After an interesting talk on the
accomplishments bnd purposes of
Technion by Mrs. Franklin H. Wil-
liams, the afternoon ended with
music and comedy of the well-
known Israeli entertainers, Arie
Kaduri and Danny Tadmore.
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I'KTF.K ROSOMOFF
r AndreVv, the son of Dr.
I s. Hubert L. Rosotnoff, 8X1 j
Dr., Key Biscayne, will bo
io the Torah as a Bar Mltz-
Saturday, April l. a1 Belli:
i Congregation.
celebrant to a student at
ti School, where he i< In
II, (eighth grade). One of:
eclal interests is painting
r will be honored by h;s
- at a reception to be held
ir home. Amonu the guest"
ii : the celebration will he
andpa rents. Mr. and Mrs.
Roftomoff and Mr. anil Mrs.
. Hayflick of Phiia lelphia,
ALAN OOHBM
Stanley, the son of Mr. |
to s. Reuben Cohen. 17245 NW ;
i.. will become Bar Mitz-
kSunday, April 2. during th.>!
[r m. services at Yonn^ Israel >
Ircater Miami, North Miami,
attends Parkway Junior
Scht><>1. where he to in the
th grade.
The celebrant will be honored
by bis parents lih a rweptioh in
their home Sunday evening. His
two sisters and four brothers will
Share in the festivities, \rnon;; the
guests "ill be his great-une'e and
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Shavcll.
their family, and his uncle, Dave
Cohen, and cousin, Marilyn, from
Brooklyn, N.Y.
6 fr -it
BARRY KOSCHES
John Barry Koscbes, the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard M. Jacoby,
711(1 Beach View Dr.. North Bay
Village, will celebrate his Bar
Mitzvah at Agudath Israel He-
brew Institute Saturday, Ap:il 1.
John is an eighth grade student
at Nautilus Junior High School
and received his Bar Mitzvah
training at Agudath Israel Reli-
gious School.
A reception in honor of the cel-
ebrant will be hosted by his par-
ents in the synagogue immediately
after the services. Among guests
will be his father and uncles Rich-
ard A. Zeif and Jay S. Zeif of
New York, and grandparents Mrs.
Shirley Zeif and Mr. and Mrs. Sid-
ney B. Koscbes.
Rabbi Joseph Narof
Appointed Editor Of
Conference Journal
Rabbi Joseph ft. Narol of Tem-
ple Israel of Greater Miami ha-
'bei#>"nprWft!W editor of the Jour*
i nal ot the Central Conference of
; American Rabbis, according to
\ Rabbi David Polish, president of
j the Reform Jewish Rabbinical
| Association. i
The Conference Journal, now in
its 20lh year, is a quarterly pub-
lication which reflects and ex-
presses rabbinic concerns on a
variety of theological and scular
Issues. It has a number of distin-
guished Amcriran rabbis as edi-
tors.
Dr. Narot succeeds Rabbi Daniel
Silver of Cleveland in the position.
'tilted Bancshares 1971
income A Record High
i
s.-.i< Smathers, chairman of
kard of United Bancshares of
a. Inc.. reported to share-
\?~ in last week's annual oieet-
uiat the company's net income
|971 reached a record high for
Rfth consecutive year since its
hi-'ion in 1966. Net Income
to s-i.iS4.9-li compared to
:: 888 for the. vear 1970. This
equivalent to'$1.85 per share
ar, increase of 16',; over the
59 per share earned in the pre-
png year!
bo.i cos. deposits and loans
Id I new highs at year end
recording S115.9&5.000, $371.-
LO00 and S191.850.000 respec-
ely. This compares with re-
ire., s at year end 1970 of $401,-
J.0CO, deixisits of $348,8-16,000
ana of si76.507,ooo.
It. Smathers also rei>orted that
registered bank holding com-
ity'- application to merge with
J4-bank First Florida Ban-
ratkm will be filed with sup-
is., ry authorities within the
irt two weeks. While no two
jltl-oank holding companies
Ive previously l>een merged, he
Id he was optimistic tnat ap-
ovai would be granted.
ie terms of the merger pro-
vide for the resulting corporation
to be named United First Florida
: Banks, Inc. Mr. Smathers will be-
come president and chief executive
; officer and T. K. Tucker, president
, of First Florida, will serva as
: chairman of the executive com-
mittee. Upon approval by the Fed-
. eral Reserve Board and the Jus-
tice Department, the new bank
holding company will have over 30
banks, strategically located in 14
. counties, with resources appicach-
. ing one billion dollars.
All directors of United Jianc-
shares were re-elected. The Board
of Directors elected John Stephen
Hudson, senior vice president ef-
fective April 1. Mr. Hudson will
fill a newly created executive po-
sition and will assume rwponsibil-
' itics for the coordinated market-
ing program, advertising, and com- |
' munitv affairs.
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Friday. March 31. 1972
Mount Sinai's Dinner-Dance A
Familv Affair For Founders
It was a family affair H -r-rfbctaora of F3
Founders of Mo.- < ad\sata*s of the each.
Ceater art toacther for as- ocaaon to bestow tueatoi day ^ _
when Founders chairman Bdw
Shapiro ? presided, asked H
ry Cbenan Co escort his Lucil,e
to the stage. Carolyn and Alex
Mancon received their plaques to-
gether, and there was or
San* Shan-, who unfor>ur.ate.;.
wu aaBbht :o be prsent, as a
y -.- .: -- .-- --; :.:'-:
Mkb? Fc-r/ierscir-s as nrprtes.
r a F : '
cial announcement" bad kv;t Ins
secret we^. with a plaque ready
-.',: -h.-.-r.j: ta Bath. AlWthff
that bad been kept well-hidden
aasior Edith 'Mrs. Saau.'el' Gart-
ner.
Harry Koven announced he was
making a Founder of Ann. Louis
Grossman tad the same for Ros-
.;..-. Monti Laaaaaraji Jeas
and Harry Pearimar. for H?k*ne.
Harry FrankeL who was
tor, said he and Lilban would
become members together.
The offspring got their rec-gni-
tion when Nicholas Mnrtf pre-
sented a piaque to Mel via. in boa-
or of his forthcoming Bar Mtaaali
Milton Moskowitz. who had just
he c o m e a Founder, announced
membership for sons Alien an! Ed-
ward. Not waiting for dad to act
was Leonard Lansburgh. who de-
clared his own membership in hon-
or of folks Morris and Jean.
Other new Founders announced
the evening were Joseph
Drapkin. Rose Gould. Harry Kor-
man. Samuel May. Robert
AJbert Pallot. Marshal E Ros-
I and Dr. Lester A. R
wated plaques
rideaf Samuel f
ooment F
. ^ Darsicy who a-
the pros
.need for
tffab were Dr


dam of red
mi as fine as ever, made
. through the effi
Ruth and
ad their committee.
ied Benjamin G. Klir*
and Leonard Friedland and Jane
and Edward Sha::
New Faun der Dr. Lester A. Russia and Mrs. Russin seated,
were joined at their table by Phyllis Rosenberg and Founder
Edward Fiona.
Marry and Aan Koven receive greetings from Mount Sir.ci
executive vice president Samuel Gertner right,' upou thrir
err:vol. Mr. Koven was among those to surprise his w.fe
w.r. a Founders rnemberEhip later in the evening
Founders chairman Edward Shapiro (left) welcomed new
bonorees Carolyn and Alex Manson. _________

Dinner-dance chairmen Irving and Ruth Schaffzin (left) ex-
tend greetings to Toby and Leonard Friedland.
North Shore JWV
Auxiliary Installs
North Shore Ladies Auxiliary
No. 677. Jewish War Veterans of
the United States, held its instal-
lation ceremonies in the Washing-
ton Federal at 1133 Normandy Dr.
recently.
Taking the oath of office were
Millicent Whitman, president;
Pearl Randell. vice president;
Julia Linsey. vice president;
Ann Schwartz, treasurer; Diane
Affachiner. financial secretary;
Sara Young, recording secretary;
Rae Hammerman, corresponding
secretary: Sadie Rayroer. chap-
lain; Rae Brody. patriotic instruc-
tor; Roslyn Wittenberg, historian:
Diane Affachiner. conductress;
Bertha Klass. guard, and Ethel
Goldman. Libbie Cohen and Eve-
lyn LeV'ine. trustees.
JWV Party PI a n ne d
Jewish War Veterans Post and
Auxiliary 330 has planned a party
Thursday. April 6. at 8 o.m. ir th*
American Legion Hall. 18th St.
and Alton Rd.. Miami Beach. Then?
will be prizes, and refreshments
will be served All members and
guests are welcome according to
Ceil Rochwarg, president.
du-
New Founder Marshal E. Rosenberg second from le: .=
ted cy members ci the group who also served *lth him
on me medical center's Sustaining Board of Fellows ";:.
rold Goodman, 'left Neal Amdur end W. James Orov.tz.
m<
^at JaT% _____ __
Lucille Chemin. who received the firs', plaque oi the ever
was accompanied to the stcge by husband Harry.
Helene Pearlman was tearful with joy as her husband.
Harry, escorted her to the stage after making her a Founder.
Roslyn Grossman was accompanied to the stage by her
husband, Louis, after he had announced her membership
in the Founders.


|F^day. March 31. 1972
+Jelsl' nvrkiter
Page 11-B
UAHC Color-Slides Depict
Problems Of Three Million
Islit'.e pKSi'titatU
Rh tttBTtlitstDric
fcai
JEW YORK. N.Y.A new col-
(psoiiiation portraying
and coiiiem-
, y^j ttu'eo fiii-:
,vict Jews has neon pro-
ted for adult and youth discus*
croups by the Union of Am-
in Hebrew Congregations. The
ties are available through the
C's Publication Depaitmcnt.
The 70 photograph! and art
onta.L'i's have been produced in
unbound package (unlike a
jnstrip) iwrmitting Updating to
lommodate the "onstantly chang-
situation of the Soviet Jew
graphics are accompanied by
Idctailed discussion guide and a
iggested narration. Also in-
jded are a series of local ac-
and follow-up study pro
mis for religious school teachers
adult grou|s.
The work was researched and
(itten by Dr. Theodore H. Frieti-
a Soviet socialist at Hebrew
cersity in Jerusalem and pro-
ed by Som Grand-
[Acknowfedrncnt*foi- slide male
kl has lieeji given to the Yivr
Stltllte for Jewish Research. Na
Inal Conference on Soviel Jew-
the Student Struggle foi So
viet Jewry, Rabbi Arthur Schneiei
Rabbi Jack Spirt), Hazel Green-
wald anil Mamie G. Gamoran.
jdidit^JjjjjK^jiMJ^Mcii tjaj'
Ti'st Israeli Ambassador to Mos-
cow, surrounded by Soviet Jews in
1948. An entire section is devoted
to the Soviet Jewish emigrces in
Isiael and details n assL'tanCt
and -111j..-111. 11 provided their Li
esettling as Israeli resident's.
Rep. Sherman Winn Honored
By Legislative Leagues
Rep. Sherman S. Winn's col
leagues in the Florida House and
Senate honored him last week Dj
passing a resolution praising tin
freshman lawmaker for his 'out-
standing service to higher educa
lion" in Florida.
rounder of the Sherman Winn
Scholarship Func, he has aided
the Southern Scholarship and Re-
search Foundation at FSU, and!
students in the university's fie-.
Dartment of hotel and restaurant
&tanugerru>nt. A member of FSU'.-'
advisory hoard, he was the ri
i>iit of the university's flrsi di>-
tingulshnd service award.
Harvey Fleischman, 65
Victim Of Heart Attack
Mi.Mi.-. 7). nf mi:, panned away
Friday. March *. A aeven year rest-
1 dent formerly of Brooklyn, N.Y. A
mrmlitT of Women's Sunshine Aux-
iliary ic of P. she is survived by
her husband, IrvJng, sons. Irwln of
i Columbus, Ohio, Arthur of Boston.
Mass.liani.-I of Chicago, HI .Samuel
an'l Norman, both Of Milwaukee.
Wise., it; grandchildren and two
great grandchiklren, sisters, Rose
Angelnick and Ida alelnleoff, both
"I Tucson, Ariz, and Minnie Feld-
man of Phoenix, Ariz. Puneral serv-
ices were held ai Riverside Memorial
t'hniiel, 1230 Normand) In followed
by Interment at -Mi. Nebo Cemetery.
Mt lieu of flowers fumil.t suggest*
donaUons be made to the American
< 'uncer s.i. lelv.
Services for Harvey Fleischman,
65, senior vice president in charge ,
of theaters for Wometeo Hnter-
prises Inc.. were held Friday at
the Riverside Douglas Road Chap-
el; interment followed in Mount
Nebo Cemetery.
Mr. Fieischman, who suffered a |
heart attack March 16, died Wed-
nesday evening, March 22 in Ce- J
dais of Lebanon Hospital. He lived
at 46;! NK 55th Te".
A native of New York City, Mr.
Fleischman entered the theater
business in the 1920s working for !
his father, Maurice L. Fleischman,
a New York theater owner.
He joined Wometeo in 1940 as
a theater manager and a year lat-
er was named business manager
of the art and advertising depart-
ment. He later became vice pres-
ident of maintenance and con-
struction and then vice president
in charge of theaters. He was
named senior vice president in
1967.
Under his leadership, Worn, ten's
theater division exp inded ils thea-
ter operations throughout Florida
anil into Alaska, Puerto Rico, the
Bahamas, the Virgin Islands and
in the Dominican Republii.
Mitchell Wolfson, president of
Wometeo, described Mr. Fleisch-
man as "one of the most ex|>e-
rienced and respected theater ex-
ecutives in the country," and ex-
pressed "profound regret" at his
loss.
Active in motion picture indus-
try affairs, Mr. Fleischman was
appointed in 1967 to the executive
committee of the National Asso-
ciation of Theater Owners. He was
chairman of the group's 1970 con-
vention held in Miami Beach and
at his death was vice president for
Florida.
He was a memlicr of the Va-
riety Club and in 1957 was elected
first assistant chief barker.
Survivors include his wife, Jean,
and two sons, Robert and Richard.
The family suggests memorial
contributions to the Heart Fund
or the American Cancer Society.
tEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOIICl
ZAIMOFF
ttl
Uussle, Mi. of M II passed n\va>
Saturday, March 25, A 4 year resi-
dent formerly of Chicago. Survived
by her daughter Rhodn Sax of .vi.it.
six grandchildren, ulne great-grand-
children, brothers, Milton Harris of
Seattle, Washington, ami Joseph
Harris of Oakland, Calif., Bisters
Annie and Kitty of Ml!.. Dora of
New York, and Prances of California.
Puneral services were held Monday
at Riverside Memorial Chapel, 1920
Alum ltd M R
David



Leaders of the women's committee for the annual Scholar-
ship Ball of the Lehrman Day School of Temple Emanu-El
complete plans for the April 22 dinner-dance to be held in
the Friedland Ballroom. Discussing the black tie, S125-a-
couple event are, (from left to right) Mrs. Herbert S. Shapiro,
Mrs. Leonard Zilbert, Mrs. Al Podvin and Mrs. Albert David-
son. Mrs. Benjamin Beloff is chairman of the women's com-
mittee, and Mr. Zilbert is general chairman.
SHUSTEROFF, BlimUel, 78, Mil X.K.
178th Tei.. N.M.U. Riverside,
SPAMPELOS. Selm.l. It. Ml Soulh
Shore. Mil. Newman.
ZIPKIS, Harry. 74. 1T1 N.R 191*1
si.. n.m.h. Riverside.
ZOLT, Samuel. 51, 1891 N.W. 17xth
Dr.. North Miami. Riverside.
bloom. Bather, 83, of M.B.
BRAUFMAN. Harry. 7.1. 1"" Lincoln
Rd., M.B. Riverside.
HACKMAN, Lena. 64, 7:;:i:l Dickens
Ave., M.U. Riverside.
MARKS, Helm. 85, of Al. 18. Riverside
MEITUS, Robert, 75, "l"l Collins
Ave., M.B. Newman,
nusinow, Nathan, 7... :::.:\ N.W.
.1th Ave Newman.
ROSEN, itosa. 77, of M.B, Riverside
Simon, Max. 77. SSO Ocean Dr., M.B,
Newman.
STEINBERG, Joseph. SS of M.B.
BUROMAN, Arlene. t;7. 52 N.B.
204th St.
FISHGOLD, Rose, 83, m Washing-
ton Ave., M.B. Riverside.
HARRIS, William P., 88, 4141 Collins
Ave., M.B. Blnsberg.
herz, Bet-told, 74. 7 N.W. Slat Bt.
Riverside
MARKS, Cella M., 7S. of M.B.
Riverside. Interment Mt. Nebo,
RABIN, Frances, 7s. of M.B.
Riverside.
SCHOENFELD. Benjamin. 2551 N.B.
169th St.. N.M.B. Gordon.
SHOUOER. Jean I.. TO, of Miami.
Riverside. Interment Star of David.
ura, Sandra Kleleher, 81, toss w.
71th St., llialeali. Cordon.
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIHCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIHCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
OADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-6230
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN UK: THE MAJHRIAUE OF
1.1 i\MK BDWAHD l.'iv BTT,
Husband, *k
ami
MARUAKET ANN LOVETT,
Wife
TO: MARGARET ANN LOVBTT
Residence Unknown.
MM ARE HBRBBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been riled ngalnsl you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, If any. to it on
KWTTNEY S KROOP, attorneys
for Petitioner, whose address is 420
Lincoln Itoad, Miami Beach, Florida,
and file the original with the clerk
ol the above styled court oil or lie-
fore .May .1. Is72; otherwise a de-
fault 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 FLOKIDIA.N.
WITNESS my hand ami the seal
of said court at Miami, Florida on
this 24 day of March, IMS.
B. 11. I.EATIIERMAN.
As Clerk. Circuit Courl
Bade cuniv, Florida
By: L. SNEEDRN
As Deputy Clerk
icireuil Court Seal)
I'AI'I, KWITNEY
KWITNEY KROOP
42" Lincoln Road
Miami Reach. Florida 23131)
Attorney tor Petitioner
3/:tl 4 7-14-21
April
Cantor Jacob Bornstein of Temple Israel cf Greater Miami
confers with Dr. Dale Willoughby. (right) founder and direc-
| tor of the "Cantores Sacri" and director of the Division of
j Musical Arts in the University of Miami School of Music,
[in preparation for the Friday. April 7, musical service in
lthe Dade County Auditorium.
9 Holocaust
Memorial Planned
In Three Locations
The Holocaust Memorial plan-
ning committee is moving into the
final Stages of preparation for the
citywide commemoration of the
Six Million Pews of Europe, which
will be heltl at 8 p.m. Sunday,
April !). in three widely-separated
locations at the Greater Miami
VM-YWHA, 8500 SW 8th St.;
Temple Beth Torah. 10~>1 N. Miami
Beach Blvd.. and at Miami Beach
Senior High School. 2231 Prairie
Ave. All three services are oi>en to
the public.
Representative of al major Jew-
ish organizations in Greater Mi-
ami are participating in the event.
The programs will include music,
poetry and a candlelichting cere-
mony.
Miami Mayor David Kennedy
and Rabbi Sol Landau of Beth
David ConKrefjation will address
those gathered al the "Y." Mayor
Chuck Hall and Rabbi Joseph R.
Narot will participate in the eve-
ning's activities at Miami Beach
High School. North Miami Beach's
Mayor David I-apham and Samuel
Portnoy, a professor at Florida
Atlantic University will headline
the north county program at Beth
Total i. I
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CVIL ACTION NO. 72-369
PETITION FOR ADOPTION
IN RE: The Adoption of
BRIAN KEITH DONNELLY, a
.Minor, and PATRICIA DEANE
MADDOX. a Minor,
By
LEONARD DEL/TON SHERRILL
and JANICE RCTH SHERRILL
his wife.
I'elili......f*
TO: ARTIirit RAYMOND
DtiNNKLLY
KeMidelice Unknown
CHARLES WALKER
MADDOX. .IR
Resldelire I'nknnU'll
YOC ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED |
llial an action for lVlilion Knr .\d. .
tloii has been filed aifainsl you ami
you are required to berv< a copy til
your written defenses. If any, to it
.hi KWtTNEY ft KROOP, attorney*
for Petitioner, whose addre** is 42n
Lincoln Road. .Miami Beach Florida,
and file the original with the clerk ol
the above styled court on or before
May I, 1973: Otherwise a default will
be entered again*! you for the relief
demanded In the complaint or petition
This notice shall be pubHIshed once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLOKIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami. Florida o.i
i ihis r, day of March, 187*.
E. 11. I.EATHERMAN,
As Cleric. ClfOUll Court
I lade Count v, Florida
By I. BNEBDEN
As I i. i.uii Clerk
H *lrcUlt 'otirt Seal!
KWITNEY & KIMKII'
1L'" Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
Attorney for Petitioner
:: II 4 7-U-JI
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBRBBY OIVBN that
tin- undernlgned, desiring to engage in
Imsin.ss under the fietitioUK mime of
BINKBR'S SIDE MOULDINOS al 4'.'
s io. Bth Btreet, .Miami. Fia. intend*
to reglater said name with the Clerh
.i the cireuit court of Dade County,
Florida
MANTEL BINKER
:; :;i 4 7-14-21
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-1048 Primm
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
111 RE: Eatale nf
STANLEY CARROLL
I lecenaed
To All Credltore and All Peraoi Hav-
ing Clalma or Demand* Agalnal '
FMate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to prevent any claims and di -
mauds which ^.ii vmo have agalnat
the estal..... STANLEY CARROLL
deceased late of Dade County, Flor-
ida, to the County Judge* of Dade
County, and file the name in dunli-
cate nnd a* provided in Section T:'.:l-
M, Florida statute*, In their office*
In the County CourthouM In Dade
County, Florida, within six .alendar
month* from the tlm,- of the first
publication hereof, or the same will
be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this ljtb.
day ,.f Mnreh. A.I". 1972.
BEATRICE CARROLL
LOIS ci'TI.F.R
As BxecutrlccH
First imlili. al;.i.i of this notlge 00J
the .".1 day of March. 1972,
SHIRLEY W-oOLF
Attorney for Fjatnte
4-jn Lincoln Road, Room ill
.Miami Beach, Florida ttU'J
1/21 4 7-U-21
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE,
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-6401 J
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RB: The Marriage Of: 1
CHARLES It. MOLE, llushand.
l'elltioner, <9V
CORRLNE KM.MA MOLE, Wife,
itespondent. 7
TO: CORRINE EMMA MOLE
|i Elizabeth street
Plttsfield, M.-issa.huselts
YOU ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
vour written defenses, if any. to it
on DANIEL KFTTFR. attorney for
Petitioner, whose address is 1006 Con-
irress ItuildiiiK. Miami, Florida, and
tile the original with the clerk of the
iilii.v.i styled curl on or before May
S, 1P72: otherwise a default will he
entered against you for the relief de-
mand in the complaint or petition.
This notice shall he published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH Fl ORIDIAN.
WITNESS mj hand and the seal of
said court ai Miami, Florida on thi.i
27 da\ of March. I971
O. It. I.EATHERMAN,
As clerk, Circuit Courl
I mil. County. Florida
By: R. M. KTSHFIE
A* Deputy cierk
(Circuit Court Seal i
DANIEL BETTER
inn." Congress laiildim:
Miami Florida T
Attorney for Petitioner
x ::i 4 7-14-21
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-1510
FRANK B. DOWLING ; I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: F.stale of
( FI.IA M. .MARKS
l leceaned.
To All Creditors and All Person* Hat -
Ing claims or Demand* Agalnat Bald
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claim* and de-
mand* which you may have ngainst
the estate of CBLIA M. .MARKS
deceased late of Dade County. Flor-
ida, to the County Judge* of Dade
County, and file the same In dupli-
eale and as provided in Section ":i.t.-
16, Florida Statutes, In their office*
in the County Courthouse in Djade
County, Florida, within six calendar
months from the time of the rst
oubllcatlon hereof, or the same -will
be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this" :!t
.i:.v of March, a.i> is7-j
DR. BERT vv MARKS
CHAR! BS A MARKS
Ah Co-Bxecutnrs
I'll-1 publication of this notice on
the :il day of March. l72.
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PRBD AND NEWMAN
Attorney for Co-Bxecutors
Rfii Dade Federal Rldn
Miami. Fl.. SS121 277-02(1*
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jmi. Florida Friday. March 31, 1972
Section C
he Lesson Of Matzos
In The Soviet Union
By BORIS SMOLAR
(Editor-in-Chief Emeritus, J.T.A.)
When religious Jews in the Soviet Union
it at their Seder this Passover, they will not
jve to worry about matzos. No longer is the
king of matzo prohibited in the U.S.S.R. as
is the case until 1969.
A good deal of credit for the achievement
due to American Jewry. Kspecially to
Orthodox elements in American Jewry who
b.derstand that in order to win concessions
torn the Soviet government, the campaign
|r Jewish rights in Russia must be based
In advancing specific demands to the Kremlin
lather than to concentrate on demands coach-
Id jn general terms.
, .
The Soviet government is very sensitive to
lewish protests in the free world. But when
liese protests are voiced in generalizations,
poviet officials always find a way to argue
hat the charges c'o not correspond to the
Actual situation. You talk to them in Moscow
as I did about the suppression of Jewish
?ligion and their answer is: "We don't sup-
press Jewish religion." They point out that
^\i"rv are synagogues in their country and are
illy recognized by the authorities. They cite
|he fact that street celebrations are tolerated
Bn Simchas Torah in front of the synagogues
Moscow and Leningrad. They refer to the
feet that the Soviet Constitution recognizes
[freedom of religion for those who want to
practice it.
These are, of course, only half-truths.
However, they are conveniently used by So-
net officials to refute generalizations with
j] ard to discrimination against the Jewish
religion. These generalizations serve to open
the door for Soviet officialdom to counter-
arguments. But try to pin them down to spe-
cifics as was done with the specific demand
for the revocation of the ban on matzo-baking,
I or for the printing of a Sidur and they sud-
| denly lose ground. Sensitive as they arc to
world Jewish protests, they are bound to give
in sooner or later when presented repeatedly
(with specific demands.
Not only was the baking of matzo and the
publication of a Sidur won by persistent and
viaroroUfl specific demands, but also the publi-
cation in the Soviet Union of the "Sovietish
Heimland,' the only Yiddish publication, and
a four-page sheet published in Yiddish In
Biro-Bidjan. True enough, these concessions
are only "eye droppers." One can hardly find
the Moscow-printed Sidur anywhere is Mos-
cow and certainly not in other Soviet cities.
Similarly, one cannot find the "Sovietish
Heimland" anywhere on newsstands or in
bookstores. However, the fact that they were
printed after persistent demands by Ameri-
can Jewry testifies best that repeatedly voiced
specific demands stand a much better chance
to win than demands expressed in generaliza-
tions.
YOi: SPEAK TO THE Soviet authorities in
general terms on restoration of Jewish cul-
ture and what do you hear from them? The
same half-truths that you hear when speaking
about suppression of religion. They tell yon
that Jcwtsn curttnr exists in their country and
point to the "Sovietish Heimland." They men-
tion the titles of five or six Yiddish books
that had been published in Moscow during the
last years again to appease those Jews
abroad who specifically demand the publica-
tion of such books but the sale of which is
limited to one book store for "foreign-'an-
piage" literature. They assert that a traveling
Yiddish troupe Is performing freely in cities
with larger Jewish populations, and they
stress the fact that Yiddish concerts are be-
liven in Moscow. Leningrad, Kiev and
other cities. To them, these minor conces-
sions serve as arguments to prove that the
demand for restoration of Jewish culture
voiced in general terms has no basis.
But, try to present them with specifics,
such as reviving the liquidated Jewish schools,
the reopening of Jewish research institutes,
the ban on Jewish history books and they
are at a loss for an answer.
Perhaps the best example of what concen-
tration on specific demands can achieve is
the request to the Soviet government to per-
mit emigration of Jews from the Soviet Union
"Let My People Go" was a concrete and spe-
cific demand. There was no generalization in
this demand. Soviet officials could not ad-
vance any half-truths to counteract the de-
mand. They either had to permit Jewish emi-
gration or declare that they would not jicrmit
it. Their sensitivness to Jewish protests abroad
made them yield to this specific demand.
THE MORAL OF ALL THIS IS that Jew-
ish organizations in the United States, and in
other countries of the free world, must under-
stand that only by concentrating on specific
demands can they hope to win concessions for
Soviet Jewry from the Soviet government.
One of the most important concrete de-
mands to be advanced to the Soviet authori-
ties now, is that a textbook of Jewish history
be published in the Russian language for
those who seek to know Jewish history. The
importance, of concentrating on such a de-
mand lies in the fact that Jewish youths in
the Soviet Union especially the academic
youth, which totals about 93,000 students
yearn to learn about their Jewish antece-
dents. They see from their identity documents
marked with the word "Jew" that they
are Jewish but they don't know what a Jew is.
These Jewish youths are the basis for
Jewish continuity in the Soviet Union. They
are not ashamed of being marked as Jews, but
they have no Jewish knowledge whatsoever.
They have beent nurtured in the Russian lan-
guage on Soviet history books which ignore
the existence of Jews. There has been no
Jewish history book published in '.he Soviet
Union since the Communist revolution took
place more than 50 years ago.
In their search for anything that can give
them a clue to their Jewish past, these young
men and women feel like orphans who do not
know who their parents were. And they are
eager to know it; they want to know the Jew-
ish past. They know about Israel from the
anti-Israel propaganda carried in the Soviet
press; therefore know that there is a Jew-
ish land, a Jewish people, an heroic people,
and a people that must have a glorious history.
But they themselves, being a part of these
people, are nevertheless kept in ignorance from
any knowledge about the Jewish past. Their
search for anything that may lead them to
find out anything about their Jewish heritage
has become a major obsession with many of
them.
A general demand to the Soviet authorities
to restore Jewish culture is good, but Jewish
organizations in this country would do much
better if they would come out strongly and
repeatedly with a specific demand for the
publication in the Soviet Union of a Jewish
history textbook. Concentration of such a de-
mand may bring the same results as the con-
centration on a demand for the publication of
a Sidur. Other nationalities in the Soviet
Union have their history textbooks, why not
the Jews whom the Soviet government con-
siders as a nationality?
ANOTHER URGENT AND specific de-
mand to be strongly advanced to the Soviet
government is the request for permitting the
formation in the Soviet Union of a central
Continued On Page 10-C
Pictured at the recent "Purim Nite" held by residents of
Ceniury 21 en behalf of the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion's 1972 CJA-IEF campaign ere (from left to righO Robert
Feingcld, president of the building, Louis Wolin, chairman
of the Century 21 campaign and Dr. Albert Selfman, co-
chaimian.
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More than 600 residents of Point East apartments attended
a recent meeting on behalf of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation's Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Fund campaign which was under the chairmanship cf
Murray Tepper (left) and William S. Robinson. Pledges to
the CJA-IEF cmounted to a 125% increase over what the
same people contributed in 1971; guest speakers we.e
Rabbi Mayei Abramowitz, chairman of the committee on
Soviet Jewry, and Zipora Wolfe, a recent Russian Immi-
grant to Israel.
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The annual Seacocst Towers South cocktail party on behalf
of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's CJA-IEF cam-
paign was held recently, and pledges to the 1972 drive
cmounted to a 50% increase over what the same people
contributed in 1972. Guest speakers at the affair we:e
Efraim Halevy, (left) counselor of the Israel Embassy in
Washington, D.C., and Ben Essen, chairman of the High
Rise Division. At right are Al Isaacson and Sam Kosman,
cochairmen of the Seacoast South campaign.
ft ft ft
Octagon Towers residents held their annual breaklast on
behalf of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's 1972
CJA-IEF campaign. Contributions to the campaign amounted
to a 45% increase over what the same people pledged in
1972. Pictured at the event are {from left to right) Harry
Sheer, cochairman of the Octagon Towers campaign; Piof.
Seymour Liebman, guest speaker, Mrs. Nathan Podel,
honorary chairman, and Harry Weiss, cochairman.


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Page 2-C
*Je*ist FIcridDar
.nday. March 31, i97^
Alexander Muss Is Chairman
Of Yeshiva's Award Dinner
Alexan ler Muss, chairman of th
hoir of Alexandi t Muss and Sons.
Inc.. builders and community do
AUXANDU MUSS
i en, has boen named to aerv
as l-airman of Yeshi.a Univer-
Motropo'itan Awair1 Dinner,
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bland
S< a> cochairmen are Mor-
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tick J. Clifford, chairman and

National Bank, Long I<:and: !!::-
11 Bson, i hatfm n of the
i ani chief executive
of the Franklin National Bank
I.one Islar," and New York City;
Abraham M. Lindebaiirn. Brook-
lyn attorn?) and former Commis-
-i'lnii of thi New York City Hous-
ing Authority: Armand a. Linden
baum, i I of Pi a-<- and Elli-
man, Now York City; Mayor Ma"
L. Shulman, president of May;
Department Store*, Brooklyn:
Fred C. Trump. Trump Const ruc-
tion Co.. Brooklyn: Harry Wax
man. builder. Brooklyn: and Al-
fred Wohi. Qreat Neck, LonT l>-
!an;. attorney and real i
executive.
Mr. MUSS, whose corporation is
', cne of the loading privately ovned
I community developers on the Eas.
Coast, is part of a large family oi
! builders: the business was initiate':
i by his father. Isaac Muss, in 1907.
The Muss family has long been
active in behalf of numerous an:'
' philanthropic causes and Yeshiva
. University.
Alexander Muss, together with
his brothers, David. Hyman. Louis
and Charles, in 1955 established a
memorial scholarship fund at th-
university in memory' of their par-
! ents. He is a founder of the uni-
versity'9 Albert Einstein College
of Medicine and is also active on
1 behalf of the Combined Jewish
\ Appeal of Florida. Federation of
Jewish Philanthropies, cerebral
; palsy, cancer and other healtii or-
ganizations, and the Infants Home
j of Brooklyn, a family project.
April Fool's Dance Set
Miamians are invited to cele-
I brate All Fool's Day with the Brit-
j ish Floridian Club at their April
Fool's Dance Saturday. April 1, in
j the Elks Lodge. 22 Giralda Ave..
\ Coral Gables, and dance their
| favorite foolish dances to the mus-
j ic provided by the Buddy Lucas
Sextette from 8:30 p.m. to 1 a.m.
Tickets are available at the door:
: the general public is welcome.
Pictured at a recent luncheon held by t'.ie
Chcim Weizman Branch of Farband on be-
half of the Greater Miami Jewish Fede-a-
tion's 1972 CJA-IEF campaign are M^e
Levin, 'seated left) chairman of the Chalm
Weizman Branch and luncheon chcinncin,
and guest speaker Zvi Kolitz, noted Israsli
author and journalist. Standing, ficm left
tc right, are ccchairmen Manny Burst^.n
and Barnard Furman, Samuel Samat, hon-
orary ccchairman; and Morris BLrnbaurn,
secretary. More than S23.000 was piece-d
al the luncheon, representing u 30c in-
crease over what the same group contrib-
uted in 1972.
Young Judaeans
Attend Conclave
Approximately ion Young J'l-
daeans from South Florida at-
tended a Freedom Conclave at
C amp Owaissa Bauer in Home-
stead last weekend.
The theme of "freedom" per- ,
meated ail activities from Shabbat
services and a Kaobalat Shabbat
on Friday night to discussion .
groups on personal freedom and ;
democracy Saturday. The high- |
light of the Conclave was the i
Freedom Seder Saturday night,
which dealt with freedom in a
directly Jewish way,
A Leadership Session was held
for those interested in leading
Junior and Intermediate Judaean
clubs, and a summary and panel
discussion closed the conclave
after lunch on Sunday.
This was the third of a series
\of four conclaves and conventions
: sponsored by Southern Region
Young Judaea and District III. A
summer convention is planned
June 15-19 at Camp Judaea, Hen-
' dersonville. N.C,
Is it true that the
man who invented
the sandwich had
a hig mouth?
No. He just knew good food and
was a natural matchmaker.
You can be too.
Just put your favorite
sandwich filling on any of the
August Bros, breads or
rolls. They're baked in art
imported Israeli oven.
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Strengthens Israel
Dr. Irving Lehrman
Foundation Chairman
Mayor Jay Dermer
President
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz
ExetotTVe-Bd'a-fd-Cftarrrhan
Its Officers, Board Members And Council
1Ui,l.
the entire community of (greater ^>4 Joyous 'P?soVCr sJColiJay
RABBI IRVING LEHRMAN
JNf Foundation Chairman
JUDGE ZEV w. K06AN
Fridoat JNf Soatfcern Region
HON. JAY DERMER
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vday. March 31. 1872
+Jewlst> fhrkUaiti
Page 3-C
19'
letters to the editor
on-
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nb-
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>t Is a matter a fact that Rus-
\ Jews are coming out of the
let Union in greater numbers
usual. HlfflafCT the amount
leis ahould not U'
rly magnified, as they are not
Liing in the numbers expected
sidering the quantity of Jews
o are trapped then anl k,icm-
the immense desire they have
be repatriated to their iiome-
d. Israel.
[f this pace and pattern of ile-
1 ture continues to be main-
|iedv then it Will take renUiihs
all those Jeews in bondage to
tve the U.S.S.R. Certainly the
pase of these feu ihousund
ivs monthly does not meet the
luirements of the Russian Jew-
jvvho are eager to emigrate from
Soviet Union as soon as pos-
.e.
"his mass movement fur emi-
tion involves hundreils ot ilum-
ids of Jews. These Jews, who
e constant harassment by ofii-
ls, show amazing ilctcrmination
leave Russia to go to Hie Je\isii
ate. They defy the consequences
lich befall them because of their
jision to leave Russia.
At the recent World Z;nist
ngreao ilt Jerusalem a delega-
n of Russin Jew.- newly arrived
Israel told the Congress about
e tribulation to which the Rus-
in Jewry is exposed. They ueie
.ling of the degrees ot humilia-
n ami persecution, and about
; spiritual genocide which is
acticed there against the Jow-
i population aiming for 'he li-
idation of the Jewish people as
separate ethnic group. This un-
niable fact is today common
.owledge which even Communist
inaganda can no longer deny.
The testimony of these Jewish
lemorW Service Planned
The United W a r s a w Ghetto
mmittee has planned n mem-
inl service commemorating the
.29th anniversary of the Warsaw
Ghetto uprising Wednesday. April
9, in the auditorium of the Ida M.
visher Community School, 1424
rexel Ave., with Rabbi Max Sha-
.Vtiro of Congregation Beth Kodesh
wiving the keynote address. Ad-
Snission is free; the public is in-
Mnted.
freedom fighters shows a daring
and heroic struggle being waged
there by a small minority against
a mammoth terroristic society.
Their struggle for human rights
and justice is a great epic in hu-
man history with far reaching ef-
fects on the human condition in
the Soviet Union. It influences
other nationalities doomed to live
under that totalitarian system.
Nevertheless, the real break-
through in this movement is still
elusive. The release of these token
few thousand Jews does not seem
to be planned concerted action.
Indeed no one is able to surely
| determine the true motive behind
| this policy of the Communist rul-
I ers of Russia to let any Jews
emigrate from their police state.
; It may be a combination of many
factors. However since this policy
could change any time, it is essen-
i tial to extricate as many Jews
I from the U.S.S.R. as possible in
, the shortest iieriod of time.
Surely the pressures on the
Kremlin from the outside must be
one of the deciding factors in their
application of their policies to-
ward the Russian Jewry. The pres-
sure ffenerated from Jewish cons-
ciousness can not be let down.
Therefore Nachitm Goldman's
statements concerning the policy
of the Jewish organizations who
are involved in the liberation
movement of the Russian Jewry
is a tragic deviation which is de-
trimental and must be condemned
strongly.
The Jew in Spain during the In-
quisition in order to save himself
had choices: to convert or to emi-
! grate. If not he would be extin-
! guished. The Jew in the Nazi pe-
i riod didn't have any chance. The
j Russian Jewry wants a large scale
emigration to their homeland, the
Jewish State, and this choice must
be preserved for them.
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*Jm1st FhrMfor
Friday, MarA 31
1972
Col. Mitchell Wolfson
Receives Silver Medal
Prof. Sandier has been a
ri the English DepartmiwT!?
f. Robert Sandier unll^ea* Lniversltv of ...\ ^ *
Prof. Sandier To Speak
-Jewish Literature and Tradi-
M the Forte Forum Tuesday ;
it 1 p.m. in the F-jrte Auditorium.
20 -t A\e.. Miami Beach.
His chief areas
nterest are
American Literal Com
jorary American C
em-
-re.
Mitchell Woisx. ,i i iihl
xrat year's r-
< OL MITC HELL WOLF-US"
can ArieCrtMnt F^-ierstion
- Medal av.aroto I
-jon 10 :.
.; onfflmi'
-L-jon was made la<"
.' he a
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7"ne Silver Medal Award re'-og-
nw and women who have
active in furthering the in-
-">''* stanaards. creative ex-
nee and responsibility in areas
kal concern. Col. Wolfson has
been an outstanding leader
ng the South Florida business
- >- In 1922 he became
ml (MM Ben IHi sampan; be-
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for his busin* BEU he is
equally we!l known I u civic
rjtarian efforts. The ac-
tMtia to w.-jen he has de\-oted
-e and energy include chair-
man. City of Maori Off-Street
P a r k i n.g Authority: chairman,
board of trustees. Miami-Da de
.- College: tristee. Mount
Sinai Hospital: former director.
United Fund of Dade County: and
former trustee. Florida Si.
Boys Ranch.
In his acceptance speech given
before the club's membership.
Wolfson discussed some of the
problems facing the advertising
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*Jenisii F/criafiatn
Page 5-C
Festival A Highlight
Of Passover Season
One of the highlights of the
jssover* seaswi in- Whim* Btach
be the "Israel Passover Fes-
GIULA GILL
k"al" produced end directed by
Kadurl, well-known entre-
eneur of ethnic shows. Tickets
Sunday's performance at the
mi Beach Auditorium are go-
at a brisk pace; the star of
music-studded evening is Geu-
Gi 11. Israel's top singer of songs.
| For the younger generation. Ka-
I duri is presenting Tha Voices Four
lArbaa+t Kolote),a new singing
group that has been building a
name for themselves with their
new stylings of old music. Their
highly unusual rhythms provide a
modern touch to the old Jewish
songs and bring a lively teat to
the popular new melodies.
Comedy for the evening is in
the capable hands of Kddie Schaf-
fer, who has appeared in some of
the country's top night clubs and
is a familiar figure in the nation's
most famous resorts.
Kadurl has built a reputation
for himself in Miami Beach, where
he has been presenting some of
Israel's finest stars for many
years. He has a knack for know-
ing just what the Miami Beach
audience likes to hear. David Les-
ter and his orchestra, who will
handle the musical chores for "Is-
rael Passover Festival," have
played for the country's ton per-
formers, including Sammy Davis
Jr.
The Festival is being nresonted
b" the United Svnagogue Youth
of America and the proceeds will
go to further their work with the
vouth of Israel. All seats are re-
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Rep. Fascell urged adoption of
the measure and pledged his sup-
port to fight for it on the floor of
the U.S. House of Representatives.
"Our older citizens and others who
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and Rabbi and Mrs. Irving Lehnnan of
Temple Emanu-El. The gala dinner will
honor Abel Holtz, vice president of Carrier
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ATTENTION M IIS4 Itllll'IIS
Pulley rii.u-'
(Effective January 1, 1972)
Due to increased costs of labor, postage, mailing
equipment and handling, there can no longer be any
"transfer of subscriptions or refund for unused period
Papers will be forwarded to a northern address and
then redirected back to Miami once each year at no
extra charge. Subscribers who wish to discontinue the
papsr while they are away may do so, but there will
be no credit given for such discontinuance.
The Publisher
le Cuban Hebrew Congregation, which
Is; year raised more than S40.000 to sup-
Magen David Adorn, Israel's official
Cross agency, was thanked recently
[hen several experimental cardiac devices,
^r-e only in Israel, were sent to Miami 'or
^e by the Fire Rescue Sguad in conjunc-
3:. with the University of Miami's School
.Medicine. Viewing the equipment are,
o;n left to right) Simon Shaftal, secretary
w the congregation; Salomon Terner, con-
rrreaation treasurer; Dr. Eugene Nagel a;id
Dr. James Hirschman of U-M; Dr. Abraham
Gurinsky, and Charles Heisler of the con-
gregation. Dr. Joseph Kott, chairman of
the executive committee of Maaen David
Adorn visited Miami and Miami Beach Fiie
Roscue Units recently and look back a
number of new ideas in the field of rescue
procedures, particularly in the area of heart
failures.
?W Council To Install Its Officers First Anniversary Luncheon
Miami Beach Council. iJ'nai
h Women, a coordinating
f 10 Chapters with a mem-
h- (it close to 2,000, will hold
Bi>'iill>i!i')n of officers for 1972-
1. Hay at 1 p.m. in thcii reg-
eeting room at the Amer-
Savings Hank, 1200 Lincoln
\ .ami Bcacli.
tho
b, Lillian Golden, a i>ast pros-
1 f North Chapter, will be
i! 'I for lie*- second ten.,. Her
and, Alfred Golden, who nas
on the national lev. i of
B'nai B'rlth, will administ':
>ath of office
Other oiliccrs who will be in-!
stalled arc Mis. Lillian Sa.vls, of
Lincoln Chapter, membership dee !
president; Airs. Sylvia Michaelson I
of Harmony Chap*'':-, trea>urer; \
Mis. Ksther Ginsberg of Harmony
Chapter, recording secretary; Mrs.
Betsie Levin of Gold Coast Chap-
ter, corresponding secretary; Mrs.
Flora Sinick of Chai Chapter.
parliamentarian, and Mrs. Kuth
Wolmer of Chai Chapter, coun-
selor.
The Gi eater Miami Chapter of
the Myaslhenia Gravis Founda-
tion, Inc.. will celebrate il.s first
anniversary at a luncheon and
fashion show in the Kdcn Roc
Hotel Thursday, April 13, a; noon,
according to Mrs. Tess Bliivas,
president. Dr. P. Schelnberq will
speak at the group's regular' meet-
ing in the Mediterranean Room,
3600 Collins Ave., Wednesday at
12:30 p.m.; a question and answer
pei'i.xl will follow.
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THE
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
The First the Largest Traditional
Synagogue on Miami Beach
301-311 WASHINGTON AVENUE
1140 ALTON ROAD
Wish** T. All Its Mcaheri,
Worshippers and Friends
A Very Happy Passever
D8. S. T. SWIRSKY, KAMI WM. 6. MKHANK, PRESIDENT
MAUKKE MAMCHES, CANTOR DANiEl ROTH, TREASURER
THE RABBI. CANTOR. OFFICERS and MEMBERS
THE ISRAELITE CENTER TEMPLE
3175 S.W. 25th Street
Extend Their Greetings To All Their Members and Friends
FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER
WILLIAM DRUCKER
President
ALBERT ZISMAN
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RABBI and MRS. MAYER ABRAMOWITZ
and (he members of
TEMPLE MENORAH
The Officers, the Board of Directors,
the Staff, the Students and Affiliate Groups of
THE HEBREW ACADEMY
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Extend a Happy Passover to the
Greater Miami Jewish Community
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RABBI and MRS. MAXWEIL BERGER
Extend Best Wishes for a Happy PASSOVER to trie
Members and Officers of the Congregation
and its affiliated organizations and the
Greater Miami Jewish Comn.unity
RABBI MORRIS A. KIPPER and OFFICERS of
Temple Judea
OF CORAL GABLES
Extend Wishes for a Happy Passover to All
JYi
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Several members of the Holocaust Memorial
planning committee take a few minutes -o
ask questions about Russian treatment of
Soviet Jews. The memorial, scheduled for
April 9 in three Greater Miami locations,
will commemorate the six million Jews killed
in Nazi Germany and protest the repression
of Soviet Jews. Pictured above (from left to
right) are Tiger Baskis, a Russian emigrant
to Israel; Estelle Gitlow. Miami Beach Ha-
dassah; Herman Kass, YTVO; Mrs Morten
Weinberger, National Council c: Jewish
Women; Dave Altschuler. Jewish Vocational
Service; Gladys Diamond, Hebrew Educa-
tors' Alliance; William Siegel. Erandus
Lodge B'nai B nth; and Mrs. Ernest Andrich,
Temple Judea Sisterhood. All major Jewish
organizations in the metropolitan area a:e
participating.
Best Wishes For A Happy Passo/er
from
Temple Sinai
Morth Dude's only Reform Congregation
RALPH P. KINGSLEY IRVING SHULKES
Rabbi Cantor
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
Extends Best Wishes For
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When the 60-membar Rabbinical Associa-
tion of Greater Miami held its monthly meet-
ing at Mount Sinai Hospital for the fir3t
time recently, they were addressed by Alvin
Goldberg, director of the hospital, Sam'jel
Gertner, executive vice president, and Dr.
Alfred Hurwitz, director of surgical services;
SyJvia Papier, director of public relations,
welcomed those who attended the meetiin,
wVfS wo unHcr the chairman shin of Robbi
Eugene Labovitz, of Temple Ner Tamid,
president of the Association. Pictured from
left to right are (seated) Rabbis Charles
Rubel, Eugene Labovitz, Sadi Nahmias and
Avrom Drazin; (standing) Rabbis Meir
Melamed, Sanford M. Shapero, Murray Al-
stet, David Raab, Solomon Schiff, Muxwall
Berger, Norman Mussman, Harry Schwartz
and Max Lipschitz.
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rriday, March 31, 1972

The Lesson Of Matzos
In The Soviet Union
( outinui-tl from Vw/p 1-C
body of th<^,WJ synngogiits still in exisjraw.of
Thow synagogues arc scattered in various
parts of tli<- country ;md are isolated from
each other, with no contact among them. One
can find them in the remote towns of Siberia,
the Urals. Central Asia, Georgia, Bukhara,
central Russia, the Ukraine, the Baltic terri-
tories, Bessarabia, Bukovina, Carpatho-Rus-
sia and in other pails of the Soviet Union.
Each ol them exists on its own and is out ol
touch with synagogue life in other localities.
The formation of a central religious body
for these synagogues i~ a "must" if the Jewish
religion Is not to disappear in the Soviet Union
within a few years. The role which such a
central religious body may play, once it is
established, is hardly imaginable. It would
cement the existence of the synagogues func-
tioning presently and thereby Strengthen Jew-
ish religious life. It can serve as a representa-
tive organ vis-a-vis the Soviet authorities as
do similar central bodies of the Christian and
Moslem religions in the U.S.S.R. It can also
serve as a link between the religious Jeu r,
""in We Soviet Union and religious Jewish com-
munities abroad. It can become the "address"
of Soviet Jewry.
Soviet Jewish religious leaders do not seem
to lie in a position to voice i heir request for
pei mission to organize a central body of their
own. But American Jewry can voice this re-
quest and voice ii strongly. And, in my opin-
ion, could be successful in achieving the de-
sired results. What could he more justified
than to demand that Soviet synagogues be
permit ted to hold a national conference to
coordinate their legal religious activities and,
in the first place, to elect a chief rabbi suc-
ceeding the late Moscow Rabbi Yehuda Leib
Levin? Other religions in the Soviet Union
are given this right.
There are also numerous other specific
requests which I would like to see American
Jewish organizations voice strongly and per-
Soviet government coached in general terms
sistently, parallel with their requests to the
Rabbi Abraham Dubin. (right) and Mrs. Dubin wiil be hon-
ored by the residents o1 Manhattan Towers Monday at cm 8
p.m. reception in the building's social hall. He is shown with
Dr. Sol Stein, newly elected president of the Israel Histadrut
Foundation, who will speak at the gala event.
This Week In History...
40 Vears Ago This Week: 113
A survey showed 1,222,656 Am-
-'(cans named Yiddish as their
lother tongue, led by New V01 ]<
-tale, itfti.-lfiti; New Jersey, 68,204,
attd Connecticut, 22 505.
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Chief Rabbi Alcsandro DeFano
of Milan was 85.
10 Years Ago This Week: I06S
Dr. Eliahu Elath, former Israeli
ambassador to the United Slate?
and to Britain, was elected pres-
ident of the Hebrew University,
Jerusalem.
Congregation Roceph Shoiom,
New York, was 120 years old; the
Park Avenue Synagogue was 80.
A-ge Hessellund Jensen, Den-
mark's U.S. envoy, received the
annual Brotherhood Award of the
Sutton Place (New York) Syna-
gogue for aiding escaping Jews
during World War II.
Rabbi Abraham Shapia, "The
Artist Rabbi," last of the Dorho-
bytch Hasidic dynasty, died in
Jerusalem at 77 after being hit by
a spending car in the centei of
the city.
Rabbi Dinyamin Nissim Ohanna.
spiritual leader of Haifa's Seph-
ardic community, died at 81.
A score of Senators praised Ha-
dassah on its 50th anniversary.
Twentv-tive books on Jewish
themes were reported to have been
translated into Japanese.
Following protests by the Coun-
cil of Traditional Synagogues of
Greater Chicago, the telephone
comnany there agreed to discon-
BEAD n' THINGS
Wide Selection of Beads, Pearls, Sequins,
Rhinestones, Jewel Boutique Craft Kits and the
Headquarters for Macrame Supplies
1680 N.E. 164th St. -945-3070
tinue "kosher" designations for
restaurants in its classified pages
unless they met "proper rabbinic
standards."
Chief Rabbi Guentcr Friedlaen-;
der of Bolivia became the first Jew i
to receive the government's high-
est decoration Grand Official
High Officer of the Order of Con-
dor de los Andes.
Msgr. John J. Finn of St. John
the Evangelist's Church, Schenec-
tady, N.Y., bought S1.C0O worth
of Israel Bonds,
Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt opened
I the first account at the Israel Dis-
count Bank's New York branch.
Poland is sued three stamps
memorializing the victims off Au-
schwitz, Treblinka and Maidanek.
JMaj. Gen. Carl C. von Horn,
Chief of Staff of the U.N. Truce
Supervision Organization, told the
Security Council that Israel's 11-1
year boycott of the Syrian-Israeli j
Mixed Armistice Commission had;
"greatly weakened" his authority |
and was "inconsistent" with the
goals of the 1949 armistice.
Guatemala's Jewish community.
100 year old, welcomed its first
permanent rabbi, Meyer Rosen-
baton.
Canadian Prime Minister John
Dicfenbaker assailed "the con-
tinued harassment and oppression
off iSoviet) religious institutions,"
asking: "What justification can
there be to deprive Jews of mat*
zohs for Passover?"
The car that started the small "personal car" trend, t'-.e
Thunderbird. has an all-new image lor 1972. Available f'om
all "Big Ten" Ford dealers horn Pompano to Perrine, the
Thunderbird's new size is reflected in the rear compartment,
where more than four inches of legroom have been added.
Offered with an impressive list oi standard and optional
equipment, the Thunderbird continues to maintain classic
luxury in a size sought after by many.
4Life Trustees* Are Feted At Variety
Mrs. Edward W. Broidy. noted
philanthropist, and chairm-tn of ]
Life Trustee Members of the
Women's Committee of Variety
Children's Hospital sponsoied a
recent Tea in the hospital's audit-
orium and gave a personal gift to
all Life Trustees who pledget to
contribute $100 each year tor life.
Mr. Ivah Miller enrolled Mrs.
Claire Hayden. Mr. and Mrs.
Charles .Mastronardi. and Mrs.
L. B. (Vera) Smith as new mem-
bers. Miss Iris Kite, chairman of
"Wishing Wells" for many years,
the Committee's treasurer, Mrs.
Marie MacDcrmott. and retiring
president Mrs. Herman Niswan-
der, also joined.
Serving as hostesses with eti in-
man, Mrs. Louis Gilbert, were the
Mesdames Ivah Miller, Claire Hay-
den, Edward Melniker, Newell
Taylor, Marie MacDcrmoit. -Mae
YVoehlke. Thade F. Work. M nay
Friedman, A. N. Kaplan. Wiiiiam
Wisnesky and Miss Iris Kite. Mrs.
WLsnesky was in charge of re-
freshments and Mrs. Melniker was
program chairman.
Also participating were Candy
Stripers Judy Goldenberg, Debbie
Compel, Mary Dcvereux, I.aura
Scott, and Sheila Steinberg, who
entertained with piano selections.
Laurence M. Lurie, executive di-
rector of Variety, welcomed the
guests.
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Friday. March 31. 1972
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Page 11-C
Kibbutz Haggadah
By CARL ALPKltT
HAIFA When millions of Jews
the world over sit down at their
Passover Seder and open their
HiiKnadahs, their number will in-
clude also tens of thousands of
kibbutz members in Israel. But
the Haggadah of the kibbutz, for
all its superficial resemblance to
the traditional volume, will he
quite differ* nt in content.
In the early days of the kibbutz
movement, when the pioneers
were in revolt against everything
religious and traditional, they
used to present an annual show-
on Passover which was a parody
of the Haggadah, holding up to
ridicule all tile elements which
they could not accept. In the
course of time, as even the kib-
butz came to recognize the in-
spirational and historic values of
tradition, their Passover Hag| a-
dah began to emerge in a new and
more respectable form.
With a fair degree of basic
standardization In the various col-
lective movements, each kibbutz
nevertheless produces its own Hag-
gadah, improving or renewing it
from year to year.
Some weave into the story the
events Of the past year, nationally
or in the life of the kibbutz. Some
review the panorama of Jewish
history, leading up to the State of
Israel, and the years thereafter.
There are a few. on the left wing,
Who take very seriously their cele-
bration of the Festival Freedom,
talk of liberation movements of
all people and in all lands, and
sing the "International."
As each year goes by, however,
it Ls obvious that the kibbutzim
are returning to the original spirit-
ual sources, if not always via the
traditional paths. As one kibbutz
member explained, they are not
seeking to modernize the book,
but to adapt it to the spirit of the
times. Even the original Hagga-
dah was not created in one sitting.
It is an accumulation of passages,
each reflecting the rea'-'ties of the
time. We must also add to it. say
the idMwf members, esoeclally
| since we are of the generation
i that has lived through the great
period ot national liberation and
redemption, which is ic very
1 spirit of Passover.

Why is this night different from
, all other nights? And in one group
of UbbUtzim the answer comes:
I On all other nights of the year.
j parents and children dine separate-
I ly; tonight we feast together.
The kibbutz Haggadah may in-1
dude medieval poetry or content-1
! porary passages which the authors;
I feel are relevant to the mood and j
spirit of the feast. The historic act '
I of the lilx ration from Egypt is
1 emphasized, together with the tim- !
Ing of the Passover as a spring I
festival- Important in any agri-
cultural community.
They will frequently include i
: Biblical passages wh'-h do not ap- ;
\ pear in the original. Where the i
: name of God hail once been dem- :
onstratlvely excluded Irom the
1 Haggadah, it now more often finds
' its place, naturally.
Furthermore, the kibbutz mem-
I I ers feel that an historic injustice
had Item done to Moses, the great
hero of the Kxodus from Egypt,
in that his name does not appear
in the traditional Haggadah, nut
even once, This oversight they
have corrected.
The kibbutz seder is celebrated
en masse, with all its members
and all its children and as many
guests as can be squeezed around
the heavily laden tables. In fact,
many kibbutzim publish ads in the
newspa|>ers. specifically request-
ing their friends not to drop in for
a visit on Passover; there is no
room except for those especially
invited.
For the visitor who takes part,
it is nn unusual experience. The
kibbutz emphasizes the Seder as
drama. There is choral singing and
declamation and pageantry, woven
about the story and the tradition-
al symbols of the matzo and the
four glasses of wine. And each
year there is a further blending
cf the contemporary relevance
With the historic traditional.
Joseph Schmicr. justice: Jules Tay-1 board of trustees were Vincent J.
lor, organist; Edward Shapiro, sec-1 Toscano, P.K.R.. chairman, Mur-
retary, and Ir\ing Weindein ray Oilman. P.E.R., Joseph J.
treasurer.
Elected as members
of th
Druckcr, P.E.R., Jack Barnard
and Harrj Kh inman.
Elks Unanimously Elect Drinker As Exalted Ruler
Miami Beach attorney David
Druckcr was unanimously elected
exalted ruler of the 1,500-mcmbcr
Miami Beach F.Iks Lodge 1801 re-
cently. Mr. Druckcr, who succeeds
Ted Cohen in the post, will bo In-
stalled during an April (1 dinne-
in the Embers Restaurant schc
ulcd to begin at ti p.m.
Also scheduled to take -fi'i^c ar"
Ihe oilier officers, Including Irving
Firtel, estcpmed leading knight;
Richard Bernard, esteemed loya'
knight; Gerald K. Schwartz, es-
teemed lecturing knight; Robert
Lynn, esquire; Man hi Bal <
tiler; Michael Jatll, inner guard;
Irving Cohen, assistant Inner
guard; Riclvud Praegcr, chaplin;
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patient* at that hospital. The event is under the chairmon-
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All merchandise has been donated or purchased with gresn
i"ips. Included are furniture, small appliancee, painKngs.
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Sally Gersten will preside at
the meeting of Tikvah Ctiapter, '
Pioneer Women, Tuesday at 12:30
p.m. in the card room at 1200'
West Ave.; Samuel Pascoe will be I
the guest speaker. Chai Chapter
will hold its nominations and elec-
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?i ^TuM^- Qefc chonceUor of The Jewish Then'.-1-
col Seminary of! America presents diploma certifving tat
he Doctor of Divinity, honoris causa, to Rabbi Abraham
ttija Abramowia (center) and Rabbi Dihu Rickel of Ncsrjr
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LEGAL NOTICt
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
*
Carner Bank vicp president Richard Page (lefi) admires a
few of the work? rt Max Westtrn who will present an art
shew of traditional Jewish art in i^-. lc'jby of the Garner
Bank Monday through Friday. Th. urt show \ -11 augment
the ancient Israeli coin display already in (he bank lobby.
Bo h tha coin display and the traditional Jewish nt\ shew
will serve to highlight this year's sale of Official Israeli
Ccin Mint Sets. The Carner Bank is again the exclusive
distributor of these coin mint sets' in Dade County. The
proceeds from the coin mint sales will go towards pies:-
ing various historical s;:.es within Israel.
ilvan Olster, vice president oi
he YM-YWHA of Greater Mi-
mi and chairman of its execu-
ive committee, will be among
he 35 Jewish communal lead-
?rs receiving Young Leadership
Recognition Awards at the
April 12-16 1972 bienneial con-
tention of the National Jewish
Welfare Board in Atlanta, Ga.,
t has been announced. A for-
Jner assistant 3tate's attorney,
fix. Olster is one of Florda's
eading condominium devjlop-
Free Concert At
M.B. Auditorium
A free concert will be presented
Thursday, April 6 at 7 p.m. in the
Miami Beach Auditorium, 1700
Washington Ave.
On the program will he the
Three Generations, the Pierre
Mande' String Symphony, the
Fandango Lively Spanish Dancers
and the Felix Mendelssohn Con-
certo.
This concert Is sponsored by Al-
len A. Dworkis, president of the
Miami Beach Cultural Society,
and the Tourist Development
Authority as a community service.
On The Local Movie Screens
'The Concert for Bai.gladesn
opens Friday at the 163rd St..
Twin I, Carlyle and Gateway The-
atres; "Macbeth" begins at the
Mayfair and Sunset. "Carbaret"
is being held over at the Caril).
"Frogs" at the Miracle and 27th
Ave. Drive-In, "Nicholas and Al-
exandra." Dadeland Twin I, "Dirty
Harry," Byron, artf "Bcdknobs and
Broomsticks," Palm Springs.
Gables Twin I, Shores, Suniiand
II and Florida I.
"legal notice
LEGAL NOTKfc
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
he undersigned, desiring to engage in
usiness under the fictitious name of
TANDARD SECURITY SYSTEMS at
43 Majorca Avenue. Coral Gables,
"lorida Intends to register said name
1th the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
>adt County, Florida.
MARY EMMA DRAPER
BlICHAKl. P. CHASE
attorney for Mary Emma Draper
900 S.W. Third Avenue
llami, Florida 33129
3/31 4/7-14-21
N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-1472
JOHN R. BLANTON
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
CHARLEMAGNE J. QUAY
a/k/a CHARLEMAGUE J. QUAY
Deceased.
o All Creditors and AU Persons Hav-
ng Claims or Demands Against Said
"state:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
nands which you may have against
he estate of CHARLEMAGNE J.
JUAY a/k/a CHARLEMAGUE J.
iUAY deceased late of Dade County,
lorida, to the County Judges of Dade
-ounty and file the same In duplicate
nd as provided in Section 733.16 Flor-
da Statutes, In their offices in the
"ounty Courthouse In Dade County,
"lorida within six calendar months
rom the time of the first publication
ereof. or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 22 day
f March, A.D. 1972.
LELY B. GUAY
a/k/a LILY B. QUAY
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
he 31 day of March, 1972.
iTANlJSY M. PRBD
T> & NEWMAN
ney for Executrix
le Federal Building
. Florida 33131 377-026S
l/Sl 4/7-14-21
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.
MIAMI BEACH SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA
a Florida corporation, not for profit
MORTON B. ZEMEL
Attorney for applicant
1875 N.E. 163rd SL
North Miami Beach, Fla.
3/17-24-31 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. 72-6276
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
JACOB KOPERWAS
Husband
and
ROSE KOPERWAS
Wife
TO: Rose Koperwas
2020 Grand Concourse
Apartment H-7
Bronx. New York
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you anu
/ou are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any, to It on
Martin J. Sch warts, attorney for Pe-
titioner, whose address Is 830 Seybold
Bldg., 36 N.E 1st Street, Miami. Flor-
ida 33132. and file the original with
the clerk of the above styltd court
on or before May 5, 1972: otherwise a
default will be entered against you
for the relief demanded in the com-
plaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORID1AN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court, at Miami. Florida on this
24 day of March, 1972.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By C. P. COPELAND
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
Schwartz and Sch warts
830 Seybold Building
Miami, Fla. 33132 Tel: 377-0466
3/31 4/7-14-21
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-796
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
KATE M. KoU'HNER
Deceased
To aii Creditors and All Parsons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims ami de-
mands which you may have aaralnai
the estate of KATE M. KOLCHNER
dei eased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the County Judges ol Dace uouuo
an.I file the same in duplicate ami .'.
provided In Section 733.18, Florida
Statutes, in Iheir offices In the Coun-
ty Courthouse In Dade County, Flor
Ida, within six calendar months from
the time "f the first publication here-
of, or the sain, will be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 13'.h
day of March, A l> 1972.
Harvey D......id Kolchner and
Sandra J, singer
As Executors.
Firsl publication of this notli or
the ;jl day of March, 1972
SHIRLEY WOOLF
Attornej for Estate
!'-' Uncoln Road, Room 211
.Miami Beach, Florida 33139
_________________3 3J t 7-14-21
NOTICE OF
WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE
N't IHCE IS HEREBY GIVEN II U
by virtue of Chapter BTS Florida Si it-
n'.. Annotated 0941) Warehouseman
and Warehouse Receipts wherein ABE I
VAN LINES a Florida Corporation by i
virtue nf its warehouse lien has In Its
possession the following described
rty.
Used Household goods as the proper v
if MR. and MRS. I'lin I IP n ARK,
.lit whose last known address was
i "' N.W. 84th Ave. .Miami. Fla and I
that on Hie L'lst day of April, 1972,
during the legal hours of sale n
between 11:00 forenoon and 2:0fl iii
the afternoon at 2136 N.W. 24th Ave-'
nue. Miami. Florida the undersigned
shall offer for sale to the highest bid-
der for cash in hand the above de-
scribed property of MR. and MBS,
PHI1 I IP CLARK, JR.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 31st
day of March, 1972.
____________________________ 3/31 4/7
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-1490 (Blanton)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
\ I'.IO AARONSON a'k/a
ABRAHAM AARONSON
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 AUK AARONSON a k S
ABRAHAM AARONSON deceased I
late of Dade County. Florida, to the i
County Judges of Dade County, and
file the same in dunlicale and as pro- i
vlded in Bection 733.IS, Florida Stat-
utes, in their offices In the County
Courthouse in Dnde County, Florida.
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof, or
the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 22
day of March, A D 1972.
IRVING BASS
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
the 31st dnv of March, 1972.
HAROl D J. COHEN
Attorney for Executor
2761 Coral Way
Miami. Fin. 33145 Tel. 444-4781
._______________________3'31 4 7-14-21
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. 72-6202
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RF: THE MARRIAGE OF
GERTRUDE G. COHEN,
Wife,
and
ALFRED ABRAHAM COHEN,
Husband.
TO: Alfred Abraham Cohen
Apartment 22G
1701 York Avenue
New York City. New York 10028
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar- I
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a ropy of
your written defenses, if any. to It on
KWITNBY A KROOP, attorneys for
Petitioner, whose address Is 420 Lin-
coln Road, Miami Beach. Florida, and
file the original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before May
3. 1972: otherwise a default will he
entered against you for the relief de-
manded in the comnlaint or netltlon.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of snld court at Miami. Florida on
this 23 day of March. 1972.
E. B LEATHERMAN.
As Clerk. Circuit Conrt
Dade County. Florida
By L 8NEEDEN
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
PAUL KWITNEY
KWTTNET A KROOP
t? 1 Incoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
Attorney for Petitioner
3'31 4'7-ll-21
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
DADE. FLORIDA.
CASE NO. 72-5532
IN RE THE MARRIA'lE OF
ANTONIO AUGUSTO NUNEZ,
HUSBAND,
AND
ELVIRA SANCHEZ NUNEZ.
WIFE
NOTICE TO DEFENO
YOU, Elvira Sancnei Nunes, whose
RESIDENCE is UNKNOWN, are re-
quired to fib- .mi Answer to the Peti-
tion i-Vr Marriage Dl notation with
the Clerk of this c iui I, and hoi
copy thereof upon J. (_'. Law sel, 17701 u
West Flaglei Street, Miami. Florida
We Us. >-our4tbmir< vmff.-r. not
later than April ;s, 1972, otherwise
Default will be entered against you.
DATED: IS March, 1974
E. B. Lea the: man, Clerk,
By: R. M, KISSEE
Deputy Clerk, i In ull Court.
(Circuit f' in: Seal)
3,2i-::i i 7-14
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
NO. 7?-13t9
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
NOTICE TO CRED.TORS
: l
MICHAEL KETCHEL
i eased.
To All Creditors i l All Per Hav-
ii g Claims or I lemat l Said
You : he ehj notified and re-
quired i" presi ii at j
mands which you in.,. I ivi against
the esta.....f MICHAEL KETCHEL
. d late of Dnde C untj F i
to the County J idg< of Di le County,
and file the same In dun nd
p ed in Set tinn i :' ;. Florl I i
Statutes, in their offices In the Coun-
ty Courthou a In Dadi County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the tune of the first publication here-
of, or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this u day
of March. A.I). 1972
KI.FREDA KETCHEL
THE MIAMI BEACH
FIRST NATIONAL RANK
Hy: PETER A IS.MA
As Executors
First publication of 'his notice "ti
the 24 day of March. 1972.
Sparber, Zemel, Roskin &
Hcilhroimer, P.A.
Attorneys for Executors
100 N. Biscnyne Blvd.
3/24-31 4'7-!4
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
No. 72-942
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RF. Estate of
SVLVIA COTLOW
I >' ased
To All Creditors and \ll Person:- Hav-
ing claim, or Demands Against Said
E ia e:
You ere hereby noUfled and
quired to present an) claims anifjle-
mands which you may have against
Hi. estate ui si i via o< itlc w Ide-
i late pf 1 lade c. unty, Flostda,
to th, County Judges of Dad. CoOntf,
an I file the same In dunllc.....
provided in Section ':::: |6, Fli rida
Statutes, ii their offices In In.....un-
ty Courthouse In Dade County, Flor-
ida, w Ithln six i alendar mi nth fi m
the time of the flrsl publication hi -
i f. "i the sane' will he bprred
Dai< .1 .t M am', Florida, this I ill
of March. A 11. 1972
HERMAN COTLOW
A Executor
Flrsl i n'.l ill ii 'ins notice on
' rch, 1972,
i SRI >\ ER VYEIN8' EIN A
STAUBEH P \
Hy: SHERV \ sT.i UBER '>' |
A ttorn luti 11' Sylvia '.v
i I nl Ri nil
Miami Beai h, i- lorida
3 24-S1 I 7-14
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
NO. 72-1225
IN PROBATE
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In PR: Estate of
LOUIS W. ROSEN,
lie,-eased.
Tn All Creditors and All Persona 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 aaralnal
the estate of LOUIS W ROSEN de-
ceased late of Dade County. Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same in dun'icale and as
m-ovlded in Section 7.13 It!. Florida
Statutes, In their offices In the Coun-
tv Courthouse In Dade County. Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the time of the first nilhllca'lon here-
of, or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 3rd
day of March. AD. 1972.
/a' Martha Rosen
/s/Lester H. Rosen
As Co-Executors
First publication of ibis notice on
th* "4 d.iv of March. 1*75,
.' RONOVITZ. 81' VER & BOOTH
By; In/ Max R S"vor
Attorney for Co-Kxecutors
'." Alnsley ItuildiiiK
3/24-31 4/7-14
NO-ICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PrtOPE."!T\ ,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF rLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-5967
ACTiON FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE IP
ROBERTA C SAF1,
Wife
and
ZOl HAIR A. SAFI.
Husband
TO: ZODHAIR A. SAFI
Residence Unknown
VOU ABE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an a.lion for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to it
on ENOEL & HALPERN, attorneys
for Petitioner. WhOS) address Is 1400
N.W. loth Avenue. Suite 17-C. Miami.
Flor'da. and file the original with the
clerk of the above styled court on or
before April :.". 1972: otherwise a de-
fault 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/ORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on this
21 day of March. 1972
E. It I EATHERMAN,
As Clerk. Circuit Court
I lad. County, Florida
By: C. P COPELAND
As Denuty Clerk
fOl'cuit Court Beal)
BNOEI ft 11AI I'F.ltN
Him N.W. lath Avenue. Suite .7-Q
Miami. Florl'a
Attorneys for Petitioner
3/24-31 4 7-14
IN THE COUNTV JUnC.E'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTV. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 70-4617
NOTICE OF INTENTION
TO MAKE jpm iranoN
FOR DISTPIRIITION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
TV P^- E*.-t.,# r>'
Cl OTII.DB GEROTHWOHL.
riAeet *T>d.
\OTtrn; Is herehv alven tha* wp
have filed a Final Report and Peti-
tion for D'str'hntion nnd I^nal Dis-
charee a co.Ryee,io^ of *h*> estate
of C'OTIIDE OEROTHWOHI, do-
ceased- nnd that on the S'h onv of
May, 1972. will a only to ti>e Honor-
phie County Jtdees of Dade Conntv.
Florida, for aporovnl of said F'^nl
Report and for d'strlbution nnd final
Hlsehanre as Co-Executors of he es-
tate of the above-named decedent.
"S.I- 0->-^ dnv O* Vlq-pli 1 ".70
PEOPLF" FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF MIAMI SHORES
KURT WEI.' 'CH, Co-Executors of
V-la'i- of
CI OTII D"^ ORBOTHWOHU
r>ecased.
i.-r-ni- WELLISCH
X'tornev
#7 I'm^Ha Avenue
Coral Gables, Florida ?"<14
3 31 4/7-14-21
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO. 72-5909
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: The Marriage of
WILLIE IAWRENCE
WHITT1NGTON.
Husband
and
MARDEEN WH1TTINGTON.
Wife
YOU WILLIE LAWRENCE WHIT-
TINGTON, 53 Nebraska Avenue, West
Asheville, North Carolina 28806 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, 1512 Capital Bank
Bldg., Miami. Florida on or before
the 27 day of April, 1972, else the Com-
plaint will be taken as confessed
DATED: March 2". 1971
E. B. LEATHERMAN. CLERK
BY: C. P. COPEIAND
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Sea.)
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
Jl iSEPH KERB,
Husband
and
SHIRLEY KERB,
Wife
!'i i SHIRLEY KERR
345 CLASSON AVENUE
BROOKLYN, NEW YORK
Ytir, BHIRLEY KERB, are hereby
nidified that a Petition for Dissolu-
tion of Marriage has been filed against
you. and you are required to serve a
copy of your Answer or Pleading to
said Petition for Dissolution of Mar-
riage on the Husband's attorney. Ron-
ald L Davis. Esq. P.A., 417 Biscayne
Building. 13 W. Flagler Street. Miami.
Florida. 33130, Phone: 379-2851. and
file the original Answer or Pleading in
the office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 27 day of April.
1972. If you fail 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
once each week for four (41 consecu-
tive weeks In THE JEWISH FLOR-
ID'AN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 20 dav of March. 1972.
E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By: C. P COPEIAND
Denuty Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
3/24-31 47-14
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 WEST IN
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 ETTA WEST IN deceased
late of Dade County. Florida, to the
County Judges of Dade County, and
file the same in duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section 733.16, Florida Stat-
utes, in their offices In the County
Courthouse in Dade County, Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof,
or the sa me will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 17
day of March, A.D. 1972.
ALAN F WBSTIN
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
the 24th day of March. 1972.
PRED AND NEWMAN
Attomevs for Executor
801 -805 Dade Federal Building
101 East Flagler Street
Miami, Florida 3:1131 (377-0268)
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Friday. March 31. 19V 2
*JenistiJh>ridHaiin
Page 15-
IEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA.-IN PKOSATE
No. 72-891
FRANK B. DOWLING
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Batata of
CONNIE C DUNCAN
Deceased,
Tii All Creditor:- and All Persona Hav-
ing Clalma in- Demands Aguiuat Bald
Estate:
Vou are 1ki-.1v>- not'Tied MM,|
i|uii 11 to i>i ni any
manda which you may have asalnoi
Hi. estate of COXNIE C, iuncan
deceased late of Fade .County, Flor-
ida, in the County Judges of bade
County, nnii file the aanie In dupli-
cate and ai provided in Section 733
16. Florida Statutes, in their ..ifiees In
LEGAL NOTICE
lli- County Courthouse in Dade dun- ida, within
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA-.IN PROBATE
No. 72-826
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
EDNA rt'EISZ
Deceased.
To All Credltora and All Persona Hav-
ing Clalma or I'.nun..is Against Said
Estate:
v.ii are hereby nottfled and re-
re- Wired to present an;- claims.and de-
Uma and de- jIHtatfd* '*hl6Wi>9U-i may. have RMtlnsI
the estate pf EDNA WEISZ deceased
late ..I Dade County, Florida, i., th,-
'. '""> 'lu'iu' E)'..... County, and
"'< "!,. in uupllcate and as
provldi it in B tinn T::: 16 Florida
Statutes, in Hi, |r offli ea In Ihi Coun-
ty Counhouse in Dade County Flor-
ty, Florida, witiirn six calendar
in.Mil- from ih.- time ..r the first pub-
lication hereof, or the same "ill be
barred,
Dated at Miami, Florida, thin 8nd
duj of .March. A.D. 1973
I.OWNF.Y li BHOVERRA
As Administratrix
Ftrjl publication ..r iiii.s notice on
th. 17 (lay of .March. 1P72
PAVID M. OON8HAK
Attorney fir Batate
1481 x u 7th street
Miami, Florida 33125
_ ____ 8/17-24.31 4 7_
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
, the underslKnc.1. il, sirintr to engage iii
business under the fictitious num.- of
STANLEY SHUKS :n ;!l:i North Mi-
ami, Florida intend* to register said
lame with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of TVide County. Florida.
JAIME f,OIJ>UKKU
STONE & 8U8TCHI.N
Attorneys for Jaime tinldbciB
ii N.W. 12th Avenue
| Miami, Florida 33130
3/10-17-24-31
alendar montha from
the lime of ih.- first publication here"^
"i. or the same w111 be barred
. ".....!, -Miami. Florida, this 1st
day oi March, A.D 1972
w ENDEI i..i WEISZ
As Kxeeutor
First publication of thla notice on
ih.- in day of Mar. h, int.'
Bernard ji Kommel, Esq.
Komni.-I, Rogers, Lorber &
Shenkman
Attorney for Executor
420 Lincoln Road, .Miami Beach, Fin
:: 10-17-24-31
LEGAL NOTKI
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA- IN PROBATE
No. 71-300
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
| in RE: Eatata of
KAVERIO a. SPAZIANTE
I lc.-eased.
NOTICE is hereby Riven that I
[nave flleil my Final Report and I'.-il-
Iti.-n for Distribution ami Final Dls-
[charse as Executrix of the estate of
pAVBRIO A. SPAZIANTE, deceased:
ami that on the 3rd day of April, in?"
Iy.ui apply to the Honorable County
IJuiIrcm of Dad.. County, Florida, for
approval of saiil Final Report and for
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA--IN PROBATE
No. 72-1199
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Batata ol
JOHN SEREIN a/k/a N. Joh.i
Serhin, a li. a Nathan J. .s.iDIII.
Deceased,
To All Credltora anil AM Persons Hav-
ing i hums or Demands Against Said
Batata:
V'ou are hereby notified and re-
quire. I to present any clalma and de-
mands whi.-h you may have against
the -Male of JOHN 8BRBIN n/k/H
N John Serblii, a/k/a Nathan J.
.sen.in. deceased late of Dade cnun-
iv. Florida, to the County Judges or
Dade County, and file the same In
-,o!' 'V,U,V, ',".'' Provided in Seutlon
(33.lt. l-lorida Statutes, in iheir or-
flces in the County Courthouse m
Dade County, Florida, within six cal-
endar months from the time of the
'"':-' PUbllci......i hereoi, of ih aams
will I..- barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida this C dav
of Manh. A.D. 1978.
GEORGIAN SBHHIN
LEWIS I. Sr.KHIN
As Executors
First publh-atlnn of this notice on
the in day of Mann. 1072
istribution and final dis.liaii;.- as .Myers. Kaplan, I'oite'r, Tjeviiison &
Executrix of the estate of the above- Keiiin
lamed decedent. This 2nd day of '
arch, 1S72.
Marie C Ramunilo
KXRT -NORTON
ttorney
no Blscayna Building
land, Florida 33130
3/10-17-24-31
Altorneys for KxeouTors
1150 S.W. First Street
Miami. Florida
3/10-17-24-31
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBIIEBV GIVEN that
he undersigned, desiring to engiiRe in
usin.ss under the fictitious name of
[ODBRN REALTY CO. (Not Incor-
i.rated) at S825 Collins Avenue. Mi-
Beach, Florida, c/0 It. I. Hinder
itend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
ounty, Florida.
MARTIN FEINMAN
It. I. BINDER
SAMUEL TUMARKIN
1RVIN(! IJCHItJIAN
D'MtIS NATHAN
HERBERT WAI.I.ACH
MARK SIl.VliKSTEIN
|S0 Lincoln Road
liami Reach, Florida
Tele: S88-0{71
3/17-24-31 4,7
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-1460
JOHN R. BLANTON
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
lln RE: Batata of
ISAItELL KKNDKICK
I toceased.
IT., ah Credltora and All Persona h.i\- Florida,
Tig claims oi Demands Again*! Said '
lstate:
Vou are hereby notified and re-
iii I-.-.l to present any claims and de-
'ii.Is which you may have agalllsl
. I.....atati of iSABBLL KENDRICK
oecensed late of Dade County, Florida,
It., the County Judges of Dade County,
Ian.i file the same in duplicate and as
r l in Bectlon 733.16, Florida
Statutes, In their offices In the own-
By Courthouse in Dade County, Flor-
da, within six calendar months from
the time of the flrsl publication here-
\t. or the same will be barred,
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 21 day
ol March ..\ D 197 I
MARKS RrntNO
As executrix
First publication of this notice
the 24th day of March, 1972
! ENGI ANDER & RCRNETT
By: .MARTIN RT'RXBTT
[ Attorney for Estate
i Lincoln Road Rulldlng
.Miami Beach, l-'la. 38134
a 24-31 I 7-11
NOTICE UNDER
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 UK: The .Marriage of
JOHN ALTON POWELL.
Husband,
and
DONNA AliRAMS POWELL,
Wife
TO: JOHN ALTON POWELL,
P.O. Box ;:>7
Naples. New York 14T.72
Vou, JOHN ALTON POWELL, are
hereby notified thai a Petition for
Dissolution of Marriage has been flleil
against you. and you are required to
serve a ropy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Petition on the Plain-
tiff* attorney, kwitxkv ; kuoop.
420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Flor-
ida 33139 and file the original Answer
or Pleading in the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit CoUrl On Or before the
12 day of April, 1972. if you fail to
do so, judgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded in the Bill ..r Complaint
This notice ahall be published once
; each week for four consecutive weeks
. in THE JEWISH Ft ORID1AN.
i"\'K AND ORDERED at Miami,
this si .lay ,,r March A.D
1973.
K B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
Cln nil Court. I tade < 'onnl. i- lorlda
By: I SNEEDEN
I tenuty < lerk
fClreull Courl R. I
KU ITNEY A KROOP
121 I Incoln Road
Miami iv ,..i,. Florida 33139
Attorneys f..i Plaintiff
.1 I" 17 21-SI
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA--IN PROBATE
No. 72-1140 Primm
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE Delate of
REl'BEN M. ZUCKBR
I '.-.-eased
To All Credltora and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Bald
Batata:
v.,u arc hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims anil de-
mands winch you may li.iv. .against
the estate of REl'BEN M, ZIVKER
i late ol Dade County, Florida
to the County Judges of Dade County!
and file tin same in duplicate and as
provided In Section 738.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offlct a In the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County, Flor-
ida, within Blx calendar montha fn.ni
the tlmi .-r the first publication here-
of. or the same v, III be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida II
of March, a d 1972.
NAOMI s ZITCKER
_. As Bxecutrlx
lirst publication of this n
the 10 .lay of March, 197J
FKOMBERG, FROMBERG &
ROTH. PA.
BY: LYNN W. FROMBERG
A' lot ney for Bxecutrlx
.M-li'2 Blscaj tie Huil.ling
i! West Flagler Street
-Miami, Florida 33130
3/19-17-24-31
bituaries
is 2 day
li.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY, NO. 72-4930
SUIT FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF:
JOSEPH RAMIREZ,
Husband,
and
CUBA KITH RAMIREZ,
Wife,
TO: JOSEPH RAMIREZ
Apartado 959
San Jose, Costa Rica
You. JOSEPH RAMIREZ, are
hereby notified that a Kill of Com-
plaint for Dissolution of Marriage
has been filed against ynu, and you
are required to serve a copy of vour
Answer or Pleading to the Bill of
Complaint on the Plaintiffs attor-
ney, John Kirk McDonald, 2740 Ponce
de l..-on. Blvd., Coral Gables, Flor-
ida and file the original Answer or
Pleading In the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
il day of April. 10721. If vou fail to
do so, judgment by default will he
taken against you for the relief de-
manded in the Bill of Complaint,
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FI.OR1D1AN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 8 day of March A.D.
1!'72.
E. R. LEATHERMAN. Clerk,
Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida
By: L. S. DcPIETRO
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
John Kirk McDonald
2740 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
Coral Gables. Fla. 33134
Attorney for Plaintiff
8/10-17-24-31
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
RKC. II.I.MANN REALTY at 8203
W L24th Street, Miami. Florida 881SU
[Intends to register said name with the
LClerk of the Circuit Court of Dad.
11 ounty. Florida.
REG 11.I.MANN REALTY
by Reg Cllmaiin
MARSHALL B. FISHER
Attorney for REG I'LL.MANN
REALTY
, M0S aW. 124th Street
| Miami, Florida 331.16
_________________3/24-31 4 7-14
NOTICE UNDER
. FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
i business under the fictitious name of
ISAM SARAHS BEAUTY SHOP at
lin.10 \\ ashington Avenue. Miami Beach
(Intend to register aald name with the
t lerk of the Cir. ult Court of Dade
. ounty, Florida.
ISRAEL SOSNOWICZ
SARAH SOSNOWICZ
IY NORTON
lay for Applicants
picnyne Building
S/2*-n 4/7-14
NOTICE OF ACTIO'.
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICb
(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 OF
ROBERT KEMP, Husband,
and
RFTII KEMP. Wife.
TO: Ruth Kemp
P.O. Box r. t x
Lafa] ette, California
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution >i .Mar-
riage lias been filed against you and
you are required t<. serve a copy <'i
your written defenses, if any, to it
on Jack L. Herskowltl, attorney for
Petitioner, whose address Is 42" Lin-
coln Road. Suite (08, Miami Beach,
Florida 83189, and file the original
with the clerk ef the above atylec
court on or beforo April 12. 1978:
Otherwise a default will be entered
against you for the relict demanded m
the complain) or petition.
This notice shall ne published once
en.'h week for four consecutive \\>>ks
In Till-: JEWISH FMiRlDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami, Florida on
this 8 dav of March, 1!>72.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By L. S.NEEDEN
An Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
Jack L Herakowits, Esq.
Herskowltz and Grossman. PA.
420 Lincoln Rd., Suite Kii.t
Miami Beach. Florldn 33139
Attorney for Petitioner
S/1A-17-S-S
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 RE: MARRIAGE OF
LAMBERT STEPANICK,
Husband
and
LYNN STEPANICK,
Wife
TO: LYNN STEPANICK
CO D. BROWN
1!'ls OAKDALB ROAD
TOMS RIVER, NEW JERSEY
YOC. LYNN STEPANICK, are
hen by notified that n Petition for
Dissolution Of Marriage has been filed
against y.,u. and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to said Petition I'm- Dissolution of
Marriage on the Husband's attorney
Ronald I.. Davis. Esq. P A -417 iii--
.ayne Rulldlng-19 W. Flagler Street, '
Miami, Florida 33130-Phnne: 379-2831.
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing In Ih.....'flee ..i" Hi. Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 21 day
.>r Vprll, 1972. If you fail to do ....
Judgment bj di fault 111 be taken
again-, you for Hi.- relief demanded
In the Petition for Dissolution of
Alii..
THIS ViiT'i'E shall be publ
.......h I- for four 141.......
Jive we. l.s iii Die JEWT8H FLORID
i.w
r iNE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florldn, this S i nf Starch 1973
E. I: I.I' (THERM IN. Cl! i I.
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B} R 'I KISSEE
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(Circuit Court s. all
8 10-17-24-31
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72- 1334
/ NOTICE TO CREDITORS
i I" RE: Kstate of
. Nieholas Furfero
Deceased.
! To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or I'.-ni.....Is Against Said
i Kstate:
V..u are hereby 'notified and iv-
: quired to present any clalma and de-
mands which yu may have against
the estate of Nicholas Furfero (to-
ceaacd late of Bergen County, New
Jersey, to the County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same in riupli-
.-ate and as provided in Section 7:::: Id,
Florida Statutes, In their offices in
the County Courthouse hi Dad.- Coun-
ty, Florida. within si\ calendai
KRAMER, David, 7". L'nl 11 N E. 87th
' i. Riverside.
MILLER, iJita, 78, 7::7 Jefferson Wvi
Ai.ii. Riverside
nelson, Gertrude, 59, 17200 \ E 2nd
ft. Riverside. Interment Mi r-
pearl.i: | Dalle1 D ..i .
-xi i:. Riverside.
rapoport. Isaac, -7. sii Jefferson
Am- SI U, Ulnsberg.
WAX. Meyer, 66, of .\ M IS Rlv I
ballin. >.nnuei. ;i. oi Miami River
side. Intelm. a star ol i tat id
BRILLIANT. Etta, 80, 821......Ill I"
M.B. Qordon
COOPER, Ruth F 73, ..I Mi:
RIvi I'-nl.
DAVIS, Bessie, -7. of .Miami River-
side.
eldman, Abraham, 7a. 244 N.W. 3rd
si. Gordon
GARRETT, Maxwell II 80, 1430 S.E.
Bay-shore Dr (Jordon
Gudin, Benjamin, 6V, 1.101 \ E 191st
Si. N.M.B, Gordon
halpern, Gussie, 7.:, 1...... 1 nlllns
Ave., -Mil. Riverside,
hyams, Barney J '.:>. ..r nmh.
Riverside.
STURMAN, Dr, Henry. 72. 8 Island
Ave., M.l:. Newman.
WEISS, Josephine, 80, 1840 James
Ave., M.ll. Riverside.
BARON. Jean I.., lil, of Miami. River-
side. Interment Btarof David,
BODARKY. Samuel. 71. 1194S N.B.
li'ih Dr., North Miami. Blaaberg,
CRISTOL, Mae S. 7tl, l"ll Euclid
Ave., M.l'.. Illaslierg.
GLAN2, Harry, 74, 444S 8.W. nib St.
Interment Mi N'ebo.
GORDON, Molly. 88, Of Mil. River-
side.
NEIDERMAN, Fannie, 7'i, l"0 Lincoln
Rd.. M.n Blaaberg,
SHAPIRO, .Milton, f,|. of M I:
Riverside,
ACKS, Samuel. 71, 1404 N.W 22nd
St. Riverside.
BERNSTEIN, Dessie, 83, ( Hollywood,
Riverside. Interment .Ml N.-b..
BLEIWEISS, lalniund. 79, 14"l Euclid
Ave. mm. Blaaberg
brotman, Fanny, 56, of m i:
Riverside.
COHEN. Ilyam, 88, KM" I'izairo si .
Coral Gables, Cordon.
Friedman. Sidney, 44, ..r N MR
Riverside.
GUZINSKY, David. 59, 425 Ocean Dr .
M.B. Newman.
ISAACS, Philip, x7, of M.B, River-
side.
KEATS. Samuel Fred. 72, of M.B.
-New man.
LEVINE, Helen. !., 1840 Ocean Dr.
M.B. Newman.
LURIE, Harry. 71. in; Washington
Ave.. Ml'.. Newman.
MILLER, David I.. 78, 7586 N E illn
1'1. Riverside.
PARNES, llegina, 79. 713 Collins Ave .
MR. Riverside.
ARNOLD. Sarah, fiS. ISO" Collins Ave.,
Ml!. Blaaberg.
FALKEN, Ad.ilpb. 77 of N M.l'..
Riverside.
MANDELL. Irving I.., 7ft, of M.B.
Riverside Interment Mt. N'ebo.
SMITH, Joseph. 71. of N.M.B.
Riverside, interment ML Sinai.
VIRULNICK. Anna, SO. I22X West
Ave.. Mi; Riverside.
BUCHBINDER. Joseph, 71, of Jf.lt.
Riverside.
CLAPHAM, Donald, 7". 1S2I Collins
Ave., M.B. Newman.
garner, Homer, ui. 7900 8 W. 40th
St. -Newman.
GOLDSTEIN, .Morris, S2. Sun West
Ave.. M.B. Newman.
JACOBS, Rose. 85, 13800 N E 8th Si .
North .Miami. Riverside. Interment
Jit. Sinai.
SOMBERG, Jack, 'i\ ol .Miami
Riverside.
WEISS. l!..se. -.::. ivim B.W. l"ih St.
'end.hi. Interment Jit. Slnnl
GALLEN. Mlyan, of N.M.B Blaaberg,
GEIER, Joseph. 76, of M.B,
Riverside.
GELPERIN. Rose. 88, 8001 S W lillh
Place, South .Miami Gordon
Interment Mt. N'ebo,
KRAVITZ. Sarah, 77. nf \' M B,
Riverside. ,
ROSENBtrtG. Fred 8661 N E. 17ml
Si N.JI.B
ROSI'HAL, James, 81. of M.B.
Riverside
I Rutchik. Samuel, 73, ..r .mi: Klvi -
side Intel .....i Star <-i I lavld.
I STEIN. Han v. Kli, ..f Mil.
TULMAN. Pilll||(| 71. 70511 I!......i I "
.M II. Ill isberg
aaronson. Abraham, 77. looo Col-
llm I; i v et Ida Inti r-
III. Ill J| \, In,
BELITZKY. Rebecca, 73, 171" Merld-
lull Av. j|. R Riverside.
FIEN3ERG. 11 -n II 7v. of N. Bay
Villagi Rlv. rslde
FRIEDMAN. H. .... 1 _' 17 S \\ 87th
Ave Unrdon.
GELFAND, Max, 89, 1024 Washington
Ave J| It. Hi, erslde,
POSNER, An de. 7::. 11840 N.B. Il'th
Dr.. North Miami Newman.
RUDOLPH, Minnie, 77. of M.B. River-
side. Interment Mt. Nebo.
BLOOM, Anna, 84, 2315 s.w 128th
Av (ionlon. Interment Jit. Nebo,
fertig. I.. a. lam .,. 69, ..l North
Mlamll, I.....nnent Mt. Sinai.
FISCHEL. George, 7".. 8265 S.W. 24th
T.-r tinrdon. Ii.lei-m.-nl Mt. Sinai
FOX, Jacob, B8, inn Kings Point In
gillman, i.........:, Peters, 71. lint
Pennsylvania Ave., Jl I: Newman.
JOSSEN, Ida, 7", .a N.M.B.
Riverside.
KAUFFMAN. A Henry, 73 of ji l:
Riverside.
LEVINE, Louis, 7:;. 72" Jefferson
Ave., M.B. Riverside
levy. Am, f ..i iii; Riverside.
Interment Mt. Nebo
MALNICK. Arvey, 89, of M.B.
..P!yf.r"'.i'c Interment Mt. Sinai.
MARMORSTEIN, Jack, 68, of 111!
Riverside Interment Mt. Sinai.
RAINER. Bernard, ii::. 1916 7lst SI
M.l: Newman.
ROCHMAN, Frank. 78, 3801 Collins
Ave.. Jl.i; Riverside.
RUBINSTEIN, Max H. 81, :."il llis-
eayne Ulvd. Interment Star of
HARTZ UNVEILING
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late
IDA HARTZ
will take place Sunday, April
9th at 2:30 p.m. at Weodlawn
Park with Rabbi Max Shapiro
and Rabbi Sol Landau officiat-
ing.
Friends and relatives are asked
lo attend.

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The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late
JENNY GORDON
will take place Sunday, April
9th at 3:00 p.m. at Mt. Nebo
Cemetery with Rabbi Max Sha-
piro and Rabbi Sol Landau offi-
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Miami, Florida Friday, March 31, 1972
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szArnd J he <^/Xeed "jor ^Dialogue
By ROSE L. HAPPRIX
A Seven Arts Feature
Each year as families gathei to-
gether to read the Hagaddah and
celehrate the liberation of the
J. v s from Egyptian bondage, ihere
is inevitably the placing of libera-
tion and its relevance in the con-
text of current events.
Recently, 533 delegates from 2fi
countries gathered in Jerusalem
liberated and united for the
28th Zionist Congress. The Con-
gress became involved through the
large number of young people who
attended as delegates, at least
peripherally, in an ideological dis-
cussion which encompassed the
relationship of the state, the Zion-
ist Movement and the Diaspora.
When the Zionist Movement was
organized 75 years ago, it had a
well-defined credo. Its base was
Jewish peoplehood and the unity
of the Jewish people. Its object
was the setting up of a Jewish
national home in Palestine, the
land of its birth and nationhood.
It witnessed the recurrent devel-
opment of crises in Jewish com-
munities in the Diaspora. It never
wavered from its commitment to
the ingathering of the exiles. A!i-
yah and education were two foun-
dation stones on which the Move-
ment was built.
All of these are as relevant to lay
as they were 75 years ago. What
has changed are tasks and func-
tions. Before the establishment of
the state, a major function of the
Zionist Movement, particular'y in
such centers as the United States
and Great Britian, was the winning
of public and governmental sup-
port for the establishment of th
Jewish state. The establishment
of the state fulfilled the political
function of the Zionist Movement.
In 1971, the establishment oi the
reconstituted Jewish Agency wit-
nessed another fundamental act,
namely, the transfer of vital ele-
ments of work in Israel to the
Agency.
The Congress, meeting for the
first time after this transfer and
representing now the World Zion-
ist Organization with its more
limited function, was faced with
the need to come to grips with the
changed situation and to establish
tasks of the Movement and their
present relevancy to the involve-
ment of the total Jewish commun-
ity in its work for Israel. The Con-
gress needed to liberate itself lrom
old concepts and adjust to present
conditions. It needed liberation of
thought, consideration of differ-
ences, opportunity for din'
tolerance of diversity. In all this
it proved poorly equipped. The dif-
ficulty arose not from one or an-
other resolution passed by the Con-
gress, but from the lack of under-
standing of the young (abetted hy
their elders) of the position of a
great volunteer movement in the
Diaspora; of the diversity of lan-
guage and, of mores and methods
of thought.
It was unaware of. or disre-
garded, the distinctiveness and
varying conditions in different
countries and continents, of th"
need to establish an amale
united and universal commitment
to Israel and the need for diver-
sification of method and approach.
Moreover, there was involved
in the attitude of the Israeli Zion-
ist delegation a denigration of the
Diaspora and. finally, a rejection
of it in terms of fundamental Jew-
ish survival.
One need not look at the flour-
ishing Jewish Diaspora! of ancient
linns, of the role they had in Jew-
ish survival, for rationalization of
today's Diaspora which plays a
fundamental role, supportive
though it necessarily is, in Israel's
security and survival.
As we sll around the Pcsach
table, a month after the close of
the Congress, there is need to
add to the conventional "next
year in Jerusalem" the prayer that,
the great Jewish tradition of learn-
ing, of respect for diversity, of
commitment to liberalism remain
the hallmark of the dialogue which
must take place between Israel and
the Zionist communities through-
out the world.


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Thus, in 1812, the year Prussia granted cit-
izenship to its Jews, David Friedlander dis-
ciple of Moses Mendelssohn, a banker and one
of Prussia's richest and most influential Jews,
declared that the time had come for Jews to
remove frwn their prayers all yearning for
Pale .-tine, Jerusalem and the restoration of
the ancient temple. Prussian Jews, Fried-
lane r said, would prefer to exclaim in their
prajfert: "Here I stand before God. I pray for
blowing and success for my king, for my
felton citizens, for myself, for my family -
and not for a return to Jerusalem, not for a
restoration of the temple."
Friedlander set the predominant tone
of the entire Reform movement down to
World War II." said Rabbi Haberman. He
noted that at the dedication in 1841 of the
now building of America's first Reform Con-
vtx't-'ation. Beth F.lohim, in Charleston, S.C.,
the cantor, Gostav Poznanski (1805-1897i
"echoed the spirit" of Friedlander, saying:
"This synagogue is our temple, this city OUT
Jerusalem, this happy land our Palestine.''
Aoraham Geiger, the "first and most im-
portant theologian of Reform," interpreted
Jewish history as an evolution in three major
Stages, according to Haberman: the biblical
age of the Jewish nation's birth and develop-
ment: the "post-biblical diaspora into which
Judaism was carried into all parts of man-
kind yet remained apart and oppressed even
whili it was faithfully preserved by the scat-
!.! Jewish communities," and "the third
stage in which a free Judaism may become
an effective force in the life of humanity."
"In the light of this theory," Haberman
interpreted Geiger. "the greatest tragedies in
Jewish history, such as the loss of the temple,
destruction of Jerusalem, expulsion from Pal-
estine and the long diaspora epi>ear as bless-
ings in disguise, revealing God's providential
c'irection designed to universalize the Jewish
people."
"It would be impossible to find a thinker
of Reform Judaism in the 19th and the firs!
quarter of the 20th century who did not echo
in one way or the other Geiger's concept of
a Judaism on the march from an early stage
of nationalistic particularship to the ad-
vanced level of a contemporary universal ism."
Pointing out that American Reform Juda-
ism "until well after the advent of the Nazi
era was wholly negative" concerning Zionism,
Haberman noted that American Reform rab-
bis in Philadelphia in 18G9 expressed "a .-harp
denial of any desire" for "the restoration of
the old Jewish state under a son of David nor
continued separation from other nations."
"The classic document of American Re-
form Judaism" known as the "Pittsburgh
Platform" adopted In 1885, Haberman ob-
served, "reformulated as clearly and precisely
as possible the view that elements of Jewish
nationhood had become entirely obsolete."
Haberman recalled how Felix Alder, foun-
der of the Ethical Cultural Movement (1851-
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BENJAMIN R. EPSTEIN
National Director,
nfi-Defamatton league of
B'nai B'rtth
Four months ago, at the Anti-
Defamation League's 58th annual
-BUMHing. my report afka/*Bioritx
survey" among our own leaders
across the nation showed them to
be primarily concerned with anti-
Semitism, Israel, Jewish youth,
the genera) image of the Jews and
Soviet Jewry. "Jews Turning In-
ward" was the way most news-
papers headlined the story.
But at the same meeting, ADL
reaffirmed its long-standing sup-
port of the principle of integrated
housing and urged federal, state
and local governments to continue
to implement scatter-site housing
designed to accomplish integra-
tion. At that meeting, too, the
League's national commissioners
called for "a reaffirmation of de-
dication to the basic concepts of
civil rights and equal economic
and social opportunity."
Describing the apathy of Amer-
icans toward the civil rights strug-
gle as alarming, the resolution
declared that "while Jews engage
in rebuilding and reinvigorating
their own traditions, it is impera-
tive that they redeciate them-
selves to the basic civil rights
problems of America as a whole."
Contradictory? Not for an agen-
whose primary goal is to end dis-
crimination against Jews and
whose ultimate purpose is to se-
cure justice and fair treatment for
all citizens alike. As has been said
many times, the security of Jews
is inextricably entwined with the
security of all other minority
groups in this country.
It was this realization that
madeJews and Jewish organiza-
tions" leaders of the civil rights
movement long before it had a
name. We fought against discrim-
ination in housing, education and
employment, not just for ourselves
but for all who were discriminated
against. Much of the legislation
passed in these areas was based
on our research, our statistics, and
our model laws.
We hammered away at restric-
tive covenants and gentlemen's
agreements in real estate, at
quota systems in colleges, and at
discriminatory employment prac-
tices. We said that in a demo-
cracy, individual meritand not
religion, race or national origin
must be the criterion for accep-
tance.
Having said and believed that,
still believing that, we cannot re-
main silent in the face of grow-
ing signs of discrimination in re-
verse. It is discriminatory to bar
a man because of his religion, race
or national origin; it is just as dis-
criminatory, however, to select a
man for those reasons. More than
that, it is a disservice to all ethnic
and racial groups, as well as to
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THE SKPHA1UMC TRADITION: Ldlno ami
Spanish-Jewish Uterature. selected and edited
by Moshe Ijnar, \V. W. Norton & Co.. New
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(EDITORS NOTE: Itabbi Marc D. Anrel is as-
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in 1492. Tlie communities they established in
the Ottoman Kmpire. the Middle East and
North Africa are little-explored worlds. Their
rabbis, scholars, poets, merchants, their com-
mon folk rest in the oblivion of history with
only infrequent and weak rays of sunshine
illuminating their culture.
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a book is published which is mostly devoted
to the Ju,J.eo-Spanish-speaking Jews of the
Levant. "The Sephardic Tradition." edited b>
Moshe Lazar. is a well-conceived work which
comes to fill a definite void in our under-
standing of Jewish civilization. It provides
English translations of some Judco-Spanish
folksongs, poems, lecends, and proverbs. It
ilso includes a translation of Miguel de Bar-
rios" play, Contra la verdad no hay fuevza."
This latter work Is a representative o: the
iterature of Western Sephardim. i.<. j,
those communities established bycx-Mahjro;
Although "The Sephardic Tradition" should V
a major contribution to our knowledge ^
appreciation of Sepharc'.ic culture, it u-.for
tunately falls far short of what we might iiave
expected. In many ways, it does riiss.'rv.-.,, 1
the Sephardic heritage.
Since there is so little popular materiil I
available about Levantine Jewish culture. La. I
/ar's work will be regarded by main as ._r_, J
authorativc. Uncritical readers will take La-1
zar's numerous historical errors and ptefo. I
dices for fact. They will read the med.wi> |
and insensitive translations and think -ha;
th:1 .Sephardim were themselves mediocre art
insensitive. Lazar owed the public and honw
and sincere attempt to portray aspects o! the I
Sephardic genius; he failed almost co n
in this task.
One need only read through the firsl
of Lazar's introduction to realize that ihc'ook
will cio injustice to Sephardic culture. With-
out bothering to verify his assertions, tlv au-1
thor tells us that with the expulsion of 1492, j
the Jews of lower solid rank iwho not
mainly "Orthodox." Lazar assures us!I
to the Ottoman Empire. The others, -ho
stemmed from the aristocracy and upper add-
die claNS. settled in the Christian West. This
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+Je* \HlnridDair)
Isays the author, accounts for two distinctive
I Sephardic civilizations, one oriental and one
[occidental.
These statements are so inaccurate and
^misleading that they must shock anyone who
|has done serious research into Sephardic his-
I tory. Td Start iwtth? IuWmr dispiaysa-prejudicc
ncrainst the "Orthodox" an unacceptable an.
Kichronism) Spanish Jews. By equatins th.-
f'Orthodox" with the lower classes, Lazar not
[only slanders Orthodoxy, but he completely
Itnisunderstands the role of religion in th.-
Ilives of Sephardic Jews. Moreover, there is
lampie evidence to show that the exiles were
[far from being lower class individuals. The
Turkish sultan was delighted to have the
tScphardim settle in his empire, and is re-
sorted to have ridiculed Spain for sending off
lone of its most precious natural resources.
Solomon Rosaries writes: "The name of
ISephardi was esteemed by all Jews in all the
panels of their dispersion. (The exiled Sep-
Ihardim) barely set foot on Turkish soil when
[the native Jews not only received them with
Jwith open arms and signs of friendship as co-
[ religionists, but they esteemed them further
[for the height of their spirit and wisdom
TtDibrei Yemei Yisrael Betugramah, Vol. 1, p.
159)." The Sephardim in the Ottoman Empire
[ were extremely significant culturally and
Did Lazar forget about the talented cir-
rconomically.
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and Constantinople? Did lie forget about the
important printing presses established in the
Levant? Is he un-aware of the vast profound
rabbinical literature produced among Levan-
tine Sephardim up to modern times? Doesn't
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iected some Levantine communities did not
develop until much after the expulsion from
Spain. This later erosion cannot be used as
valid proof that the original exiles were of the
lower classes.
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went to the Christian West after 1492, Lazar
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communities. They were not founded by Jew-
ish victims of the expulsion edict. They were
established later by ex-Marranos (see "A
History of the Marranos, (Cecil Roth, chap-
ter 8>. It must also be noted that in their
early stages the Western Sephardim were de-
pendent upon oriental rabbis to teach them
the elements of Judaism.
Lazar errs in the simplest matters. On
page 14 he refers to the "economically and
culturally underdeveloped Ottman Empire,"
not realizing that at the time of the expulsion
edict the Ottoman Empire was one of the
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Page 9-D
At the time of Its reorganization. Jerry
Goodman formerly the European Affairs spe-
cialist of the American Jewish Committee, was
appointed the first full-time executive director
of the Conference, assuming his responsibili-
ties in early September. Richard Maa*., wbj* y
was elected* chairman of the Conference in
June, 1971, continued in that post. Maass is
a member of the board of governors of the
American Jewish Committee and former
chairman of that organization^ Forxign Af-
fairs Committee.
Since then other officers were elected at
the Conference, including Charlotte Jacobson,
vice chairmen of the World Zionist Organiza-
tion, American Section; Stanley Lowell of
the American Jewish Congress and Rabbi
Solomon Sharfman of the Synagogue Council
of America; Louis Fox of Baltimore, treasurer,
and Sarrae Crane, secretary of the North
American Jewish Youth Council.
In addition, other representatives of ioca!
communities and national agencies meet reg-
ularly to ensure the integration of local and
national efforts.
Among the expanded Conference's activi-
ties have been publishing a regular newsletter
about Soviet Jewry; issuing background re-
ports on pertinent topics, such as Georgian
Jews in Israel and the emigration of Soviet
Jews; functioning as a pipeline in tunneling
news and information to the media about
Soviet Jewry; testifying on behalf of its
members at governmental hearings on Soviet
Jewry, such as the House hearing in November
on "The Denial of Rights to Soviet Jews;"
meeting with Voice of America and State
Department representatives in helping amplify
and improve VOA broadcasts to Soviet Jews;
and coordinating the visits, often with the
United Jewish Appeal of Soviet Jews, such
as Rita Gluzman, wife of a Soviet scientist,
Dr. Mikhail Zand, the noted orientologist. Rutn
AleksantiTovich Averbuch, 24-year-old nurse
released from a Soviet labor camp in October,
and her mother. Rivke Alekcandrovich.
Recently, the Conference assisted the af-
filiated Greater New York Conference on
Soviet Jewry, which staged "Freedom Lights
for Soviet Jewry (with the center for Russian
Jewry) at Madison Square Garden on Decem-
ber 13. More than 20.000 persons attended the
event, to make it the largest and most suc-
cessful gathering ever held in this country on
behalf of Soviet Jews. The Conference also
worked in counteracting the visit of a Soviet
propaganda group to local Jewish communi-
ties in October.
It sponsored, together with the American
Zionist Youth Foundation, a Soviet Jewry
Freedom Bus which toured the country from
October 13 to December 13. It advised on the
preparation of educational material by mem-
ber agencies, such as the Anti-Defamation
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STANIE^ kOCMSTEN.
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Tile Co.
13305 S B8tr Avenue
hone 23^5722
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APPAREL
405 E lOnS Court Htetaeti
none B874QS2
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MOMELIICE
252 NW 2nd Street
none 374-30S*
A Horim- Passover t l-
PWMT1H6
ARTS CO.
1300 NW 29 Street
THE IBX1IS
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DR. AND MRS.
HARRY RIMER
daughter* Andna A U***
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MAPfY ASSOVE
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fcday. March 31. 1972
>JleHF$#!/fcriG&r
Page 11-D
'he National Conference On Soviet Jewry
(ontinui-d From Page 9-D
league, tho Jewish Labor Committee and tin-
Union of American Hebrew. Congregations.
And it commemorated the first4rirn\"ersa-.v of
the Leningrad trials in December with a
nationwide campaign that included a special
inlorniiition kit on communicating with Jew-
ish prisoners in the Soviet Union and on stim-
ulating public activities on their behalf.
On the Conference agenda is a revised
fact slieet on Soviet Jewry, a year-round pro-
gram for communities and national organiza-
tions, and a kit on establishing direct contact
with Soviet Jews.
On April 30, National Solidarity Day for
Soviet Jewry, together with a million signa-
ture petition campaign calling on President
Nixon to champion the cause of Soviet Jewry
on his trip to Moscow in May, will be the
laTgeal nationwide event ever held on b.-hall
of Soviet Jews.
In December the American Jewish Con-
ference on Soviet Jewry changed its name
to the National Conference on Soviet Jewry.
At the time, Maass noted that, 'The Confer-
ence, although basically an instrument of tlic
Jewish community, has increasingly been ex-
panding its activities to the non-Jewish com-
reflects our broadened interests and activities.
munity on a national basis. Our new name
"Our aim, as always, is to bring about the
-emoval of the restriction* and deprivation*
imposed upon Jews in the, Soviet Union. By
^ exposing thuse restrictions to the world, we
rK>pe to bring a knowledgeable and concerned
public opinion to focus upon the Soviet gov-
ernment for redress. To this end, we cooperato
with similar groups throughout the world."
The National Conference on Soviet Jewry
recently expanded its membership so that it
now includes 34 of the major national Jewish
organizations, with membership applications
pending from other groups. In addition, sev-
eral hundred local Jewish community rela-
tions councils and welfare funds are linked
into the Conference's work. Together the}
represent the largest, albeit not the exclusive.
involvement of the Jewish community in this
country relating to the plight of Soviet Jews
(Copyright 1971, Jewish Telegraphic Asency)
BOB and JEAN HANNA of
534 Arthur Godfrey Road
Extends To All A
Happy and Joyous
PASSOVER
A Happy Passover To All..
MODERN
CONSTRUCTION CO.
13147 W. DIXIE HWr.
NO. MIAMI, FLORIDA
891-5590
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
STOBS BROS.
Construction Co.
J. ROBERT STOBS, SR.
7010 N.E. 4th Court, Miami
Phone 751-1692
A Happy Passover To All...
Le Bon Cleaners
& Laundry
Irving Kornicka
955 S.W. 8h STREET
Phone 856-0125
SHEET METAL
ASSOCIATES
2463 NW 76th STREET
OX 1-9172
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7071 S.W. 13th Terrace
RFROOFING
LEAKS REPAIRED
Dial 261-2263
Holiday Greetings
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PROVISIONS
2900 N.W. 75th Street
MIAMI, FLA. 836-4680
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I. GIVNER
LADIES''& MEN'S
TAILORING
'Specializing in Alterations'
12485 N.E. 6th Avenue
Phone 757-8201
A Happy Passover To All..
CAROLINE'S
MASSAGE
STEAM
1519 Washington Ave.
Miami Beach 538-1785
8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Holiday Greetings ...
si \ir\-\n
PET SHOP
Aquariums and
Tropical Fish. Monkeys,
Puppies, Hamsters,
Parrots, Etc.
11429 S. Dixie Hwy.
Phone 235-1821
Holiday Greetings to All
Our Friends and Patrons
Fenton & Muskat
REALTORS
529 Arthur Godfrey Rd.
MIAMI SEACH
Phone 538-0631
PASSOVER
GREETINGS
A Happy Passover To All..
LUDLUM
REXALL DRUGS
'PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS'
1601 S.W. 67lh Avenue
West Miami
Phone 261-5051
Best Wishes
- For A Happy Holiday
Bocliii Knits Ltd.
(A Divion of
Universal Knits, Inc.)
1060 E. 30th ST.. HI A LEAH
Ted Bodin, Pres. OX 6-5340
A Happy Passover To All.
CARPET MART
980 S.W. 8th Street
LOUIS & MARY PLOTKIN
Owners
Phone 379-4442
A Happy Passover To Ali.
S. Z. BENNETT, M.A.I.
Real Estate Consultant
and Appraiser
1407 Ainsley Bldg.
Miami, Florida
Phone 371-1639
A Happy Passover To All..
B. W. THACKER
AGENCY
TYPEWRITERS
Adding Machines
Chock Writers
SOLD RENTED
REPAIRED
339 N.E. 2nd AVENUE
374-0115
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JEWELRY CO.. Inc.
ISO E. Flanler Street
PHONE 373-2197
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NATIONAL
TITLE
ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE MORTGAGES
MAIN OFFICE
151 S.W. 27th AVENUE PHONE: 642-6220
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STEAMER BASKETS GREETING CARDS
DELIVERY BASKETS
9467 HARDING AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH 861-1691
HOLIDAY GREETINGS fROM ..
COMMONWEALTH LAND TITLE
INSURANCE COMPANY
Main Office
12 S.W. FIRST ST.
Branch Offfice
12345 N.E. SIXTH AVE
BISCAYNE CAFETERIAS
9900 N.E. 2nd Ave.
1917 Biscayne Blvd.
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
GREENLEAF & CROSBY
JEWELERS
9700 COLLINS AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
THE OLDEST JEWELERS IN FLORIDA
Quality Diamonds Since 1868, Greenleat & Crosby
has been famous for its outstanding collection of gem
quality diamonds in traditional and modern settings.
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
MILLER AND SOLOMON, INC.
GENERAL CONTRACTORS
460 S. Dixie Highway Coral Gables
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
VACATION LAND MODES and
JOSEPH SCHULTZ & SONS INC.
265 N.W. 5th Street, Miami, Florida
Phone 633-0405 374-5174
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
FRANK MOORE REALTY INC.
REALTORS
Professionalism with Total Integrity
2455 HOLLYWOOD BLVD.
2515 HOLLYWOOD BLVD.
MIAMI
929-1902
927-1616
949-5100
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
MR. and MRS. HARRY NISSEL
HARMONY FASHIONS OF MIAMI, INC.
540 N.W. 26th STREET Ph. NE 3-9854
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
ANDALUSIA BAKE SHOP
248 Andalusia Coral Gables, Fla.
Phone 445-8188 Jess Quesada, Owner
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
SMITH TERMINAL WAREHOUSE and CO.
3535 N.W. 112th STREET, MIAMI
Phone: 685-0325


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1900 NE 1S4ni STREET No. Miami Beach
Ph. 947-B685
A HAPPY PASSOVEB TC .ALL .
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MOTAI-S
CONTINENTAL CUSTOM TAILORING
360 N.E. 167ifc$TlEFT
940-1129 Opaa 9 a.m o 6 .**.
JACX THOMAS, REALTOR, INC
1225 BtSCATME HVD. MIAMI. 33132, RA.
353-5511
A HA=7Y PASSC'.TS TO ALL .
RELIABLE GIFT CENTER
DISCOUNT MbCES
4*9 COtAL WAY
226-6975
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in Folk-Foreign
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tnstrvctions in al tnstrvmeflH
8551 CoraJ Way 221-2025
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The Gardiner
School
140 N E 119HiSTEET
MMMI SHORES
754-7331
RELIABLE SUPER DRUGS
(2170 MX 123rd
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4450 S W 74* Ai
223-!410
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432ACTHmi
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haaliaal
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of
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tart off
Caaajfcl Rea4 Estate Service
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P'mewood Acres Private School
271-3211
Miami. Florida
9500 S.W. 97* Ai
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BERGMANS EXCHANGE AGENCY. INC
tioi r..t.. avd.,
751-9765
A ScPFT ?=w>Ter To AD .
PMML'S AJLT0 PARTS.
12)41 S.W. Oiti STREET. 6WAMI
377-1431
nc
HtV-dav f>ee*ings To AM
SUNSHfftt of MIAMI
CAP MANUFACTURiNG CO.
MORRtSGCXDV.i:-
AM KMds of Caos for
Men. WotMfl. Children
328 West Ftaoler Street
Miami PK.371-*o52
Hobday Greetings To
- The Jewish Community
Fino Potato Chip Co.
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851-0231 -


iday. March 31- 1972
* Jewish thrkUan
Page 13-D
he Fate Of All Minority Groups
Remains Entwined
Continued From Page 5-D
rWeYT&ri'iristltutlons, to substit-
|e a numbers game for real, ef-
ctive and much needed change.
|The best principal for a New
Ork City school that is 45%
ack. 35';; Puerto Paean, and 20%
nite is the person best qualified
individual merit, not skin color,
same must be true, however,
schools which are predominant-
white. Without a merit system,
would inevitably lower stand-
Iris to the detriment of all.
|The answer lies not in a revival
quota systems, this time issued
ier the false banner of "equal
Kjrtunlty," but in providing real
kportunity to compete equally
(rough improved schools, special
lining, expansion of free higher
lucation for the qualified but
unomically deprived, and the
) o 1 i s h ment of discriminatory
kactlces.
(Anything less Is fraudulent and
[ cruel 'hoax on people who have
sited too long to be tricked into
instant and inadequate solu-
t>n to a long-term and serious
MR. & MRS.
BERNARD CHARKOSKY
CAVALIER
HOTEL
1320 OCEAN DRIVE
Phone 531-7661
Happy Passover To All..
THE POWDER ROOM
5090 N.E. 2ND AVE.
PHONE-758-7252
|A Happy Passover To All..
SUPERIOR CARPET AND
FLOOR CLEANERS
| Specializing in Rug Cleaning
and Carpet Drying
1015 N.W. 41st Street
Miami, Florida
PHONE: 634-8639
Happy Passover To All...
Compliments of
UAMJ POOL EQUIPMENT
INC
820 N.W. 144th Street
MIAMI, FLORIDA
PHONE: 685-5966
IR Happy Passover To All
MENNELIA
PLASTERING INC
PHONE 634-2482
3141 N.W. 40th Street
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Happv Passover To All..
DRAW DRAPES of
SOUTH FLORIDA
2020 Harrison Street
HOLLYWOOD, FLORIDA
?HONE:
>ADE: 947-4215 or 945-0331
IOWARD: 927-7008
problem. tp-
^Etjucation, employment arid
housing are problems tor the total
society to resolve not battle- ;
grounds for minorities to fight [
each other on while public officials
and the general populace look the
other way.
In Forest Mills, N.Y., for exam-
ple, the issue is integrated noosing
according to the needs of the total
community. The issue is whether
a scatter-site housing project will j
blend in with the community, thus
giving it its greatest chance for
success, or overpower it in size
and in draining such public facil-
ities as transportation, schools and
general community services.
Scatter-site housing is not a
Black-Jewish issue- or a Black-
Italian, Black-Polish, or Black-any
other ethnic group issue. It is a
community issue of providing ade-
quate low and moderate income
public housing for people who
desperately need it. It must be
dealt with as a community issue,
with public officials taking the
community and its legitimate con-
cerns into consideration. To do
less is to play into the hands of
those black and white whose
deep-rooted prejudices make them
prime candidates for the suicidal
battlefield of racial polarization.
A- minorities-religious, racial
or ethnicwe must not permit
agitators or the apathetic to pit
us against each other for their
own selfish reasons. In order to
make progress in our mutual
truggle for security, minorities
must first recognize that it is a
mutual struggle- not security for
us or for them, but for us and
them. That may not be easy to
accomplish, but it is not only goal
worth accomplishing and the only
way that makes sense.
(<">. 1872, J-^'sii Telegraphic Agency)
CHAPPY ^HOLIDAYS
FROM
CARNER BANK
OF MIAMI BEACH
FDK*
WE WILL DO
$UMTHING
FOR YOU?
930 WASHINGTON AVENUE,
MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
(305)534-1577
YiC POTAMKIN
CHEVROLET
540 Alton Road Miami Beach
Phone 6721800
VIC POTAMKIN NAT POTAMKIN
"Holiday Greeting*
ROBERT MULET DESIGNS
Interior Designs
266 S. Hibiscus Drive, Hibiscus Island, Miami Beaeh-531-8849
MOT and JtFFRtY and DAUGHTER USA KAREN
ASSOCIATED PHOTOGRAPHERS
A Happy Passover To All .
A Happy Passover To All .
A & W FURNITURE REFINISHING
Provincial Period Antiques and Pianos our Specialty
160 N.W. 73rd Street 751-6181
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
BARNES OPTICAL SERVICE
1629 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone 538-3383
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
GARDEN OF ALLAH
6484 INDIAN CREEK DRIVE UN 5-9881
MIAMI BEACH
A Happy Passover To All .
SOUTHGATE TOWERS
APARTMENTS
900 West Ave., Miami Beach
Nathan S. Gumenick 672-2412
I
A Happy Passcver To All .
SANDY SURF HOTEL
150 89th Street, Miami Beach
Phone 866-9713
CROS5WAY ASRPORT INN
1850 N.W. LeJeune Road
Miami, Fla. NE 5-0411
RAY BARBARINO, General Manager
A Happy Passover To All .
C. L CLEMENTS INSURANCE CO.
1143 KANE CONCOURSE
MR. BELL
BAY HARBOR ISLAND
Phone 945-6563
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL
S & S STOVE REPAIR. INC.
127 N.W. 5th St.
Phone 373-0562
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
CAPE CODDER
620 N.E. 78th STREET, MIAMI
Phone: 751-9415
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
ISRAEL KOSHER SAUSAGE CO.
230 NW 5th STREET
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
YOITXftBLOOn ROOFING CO.
RAY and LEROY YOUNGBLOOD
1085 N.W. 36th Street 635-2501
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
TIPPY TOGS OF MIAMI, INC.
2400 N.W. 5th AVENUE Miami Ph. 371-6628
Holiday Greetings
GLASS DRY CLEANERS
1354 N.W. 3rd AVENUE
Phone 371-1188
"We Cater To Parties" Phone 643-3111
NEW SORRENTO RESTAURANT & COCKTAIL LOUNGE
"PLENTY OF PARKING ROOM"
3059 SW 8th STREET (on the Trail) Miami, Fla.
Italian Cuisine I Pinn Air Conditione I A60 Sailing Capacity
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
KA-DEE BEAUTY SALON
1231 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach
Phone 672-9294
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
ALDORA ALUMINUM PRODUCTS
4875 N.W. 77th Ave.
Phone 888-4661
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
FLEKMATV BUILDERS
HitMAN BOUT MEANS 8*7) BUIIV
Dade Towers Building Ph. 235-7811


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hnivcr^al faith," Habriman pointed to the
[basic iSosltfon" in Leo Baeck's 'Essence of
Judaism," (1948) for which Haberman coined
Ihe term "ethnq-theology" "the insistence
|il>on the theological meaning of pcoplehood.'
Saying that "the only power that could
estroy the theology meaning of Israel would
Israel itseif." Haberman declared thai
twice, Zionism stood on the crossroad and
ach time it chose a direction which empha-
tizod the theological meaning- of the state
i be created" The first was Zionism's "rejec-
lon of the territories for Jewish colonization
Lxcept Israel's ancient homeland." The second
was the State of Israel's first law the law
of return "a principle greater than the
state itself."
"We must go beyond the endorsement
given to the upbuilding of Israel as a Jew-
ish homeland by the Columbus Platform of
1937 imd proceeiJ'Wpa'rricipate Vigorously in
the development of the state," Rabbi Haber-
man concluded. "The obligation of all Jewry
is not only to aid but "share in the life and
upbuilding of the Jewish homeland. The time
cannot be far for a vigorous aliyah of Reform
Jews to brae! in order to build and be re-
built by the land."
ie World Of Sephardic Jewry
Continued From Page I'M)
lave been better to have translated into sen-
|tive and realistic free verse. As the trans-
itions stand, they miss the basic character
the original works.
On page 219, we find a bibliography with
Wggestions for further reading. Of the 11
vorks listed, only one deals at length with
ludeo-Spanish folklore ("Hispanic Culture
^nd Character of the Sephardic Jews," II. J.
enardetc). The rest of the voluminous ma-
trial on the subject is omitted, an inexcusable
wrsight for a book of this nature. The list
]so includes an unscholarly, inaccurate, and
in some ways slanderous book, "The Grandees"
by S. Birmingham. If the B'nai B'rith is In-
terested in projecting the Sephardic heritage
in an unbiased way, it should have included
that book in its bibliography.
On page 11, Lazar sees his work as "a
tribute and a memorial to Spanish Sephardic
Literature." But "The Sephardic Tradition" is
no tribute. If it will be the only memorial,
then the world will forever be deprived of the
profound beauty and lilting grace of Sephardic
literature. The need for a proper work on the
subject is as great now as it was before Lazar
published this book. In fact, now it is greater.
(Copyright 1972, Jewish Telegraphic Agency)
Happy Passover To All...
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\m SALES AND SERVICE
Cleaners Residential and
Commercial
121 5th Street
Miami Beach, Florida
Phone 532-1011
A Happy Passover To All...
I KUSTOM INDUSTRIES
IPAWT & BODY SHOP
65 N.W. 71st Street
Miami, Florida
PHONE-751-9088
FREE ESTIMATES
Happy Passover To All..
KARTIN KING JEWELRY
FINANCIAL FEDERAL BLDG.
Suite 12-G
407 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
lone 534-2700 or 534-4750
Happy Passover To All..
From
HENRY & BEN KRAM OF
PRINT-RITE CO.
I 3072 N.W. 79th STREET
Phone-691-5452
A Happy Passover To All.
BELLE YANTZ
Associate
I David H. Miller, Realtor
! 1625 N.E. 163rd Street
N.M.B., Ha. 33162
ice: 945-6301
sidence: 621-9068
[Happy Passover To All..
MEDICAL ARTS DRUGS
834 N.W. 183rd Street
North Miami, Florida
Phone:621-0751
HOLIDAY HUNTERS

5830 SUNSET DRIVE, SO. MIAMI 666-2516

7432 DADELAND MALL 667-2524
GREETINGS TO ALL
LAMSON & TYRE ELECTRIC CO., INC.
Electric Contractors
COMMERCIAL -fr RESIDENTIAL
MAINTENANCE REPAIRS
Phone 261-2715
501 S.W. 71st Avenue
GREETINGS
J. W. EWALT KENNEL
RACING AT BISCAYNE, FLAGLER
AND MIAMI BEACH DOG TRACKS
TPk-Ifrur'
To All Those Of The Jewish Faith
In Our Community We Extend
Our Sincere Good Wishes for the Passover Holidays
Miami Lincoln Mercury
"Largest In The South"
8101 N.W. 7th AVENUE Phone: 758-3377
OUR SINCERE WISHES FOR A JOYOUS PASSOVER TO ALL
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF SOUTH MIAMI
"FULL SERVICE BANK"
5750 Sunset Drive South Miami, Fla.
F.D.I.C.
Member Federal Reserve System
, HAPPY PASSOVER
to AH
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of Miami
301 N.W. 29th St., Miami
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Spacious Convenient
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COLLINS AT 17TH ST.
Miami Beach A few steps from Lincoln Road
NOW UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
A Happy Passover To All .
Hi Lido Hotel
155 LINCOLN ROAD
MIAMI BEACH -/ JE 8-0811
A Happy Passover To All .
Holloway Coffee Corporation
421 N.W. 32ND STREET
MIAMI, FLORIDA 633-8257
A Happy Passover To All .
ALBERT AND FAYE ROSEN
OF
Fleurette Handbags
A Happy Passover To All .
ALAMAC HOTEL
1300 COUiNS AVE
MIAMI BEACH & 534-2951
KOSHER
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
WAN'S MANDARIN HOUSE RESTAURANT
1 S.W. 8th Street, Miami
Phone: 371-4362


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Friday. March 31,
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buy the Pepsi.
And what a buy. 32
ounces of crisp cola
flavor topped by a
handyresealcapthat
helps keep over 6
five-ounce serv-
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Ifewislh Floridian
Miami. Florida Friday, March 31, 1972
Section E
falasltas rtes
By MARC NIEDERHAUSER
JTA ParU Bureau Staff Writer
(EDITOR'S NOTE: Marc Nlederhauser wan re-
cently In Ethiopia and presents an eye-wltnesB
account of the Falashao. the black Jews who re-
side In the western part of Ethiopia.)
The old skinny horse is trotting along a
mountain track the Falasha road one of
the two main links between Addis Ababa and
Asmara. It takes three days by bus to drive
from the capital to the northern province of
Eritrea, crossing the 13,000-ft. high plateau,
deeply cut by precipices and valleys.
The horse, dragging a carriage with three
passengers, has just passed the city gates of
a medieval town, Gondar, once the capital of
emperors. Twelve castles still intact are evi-
dence of its past glory.
The horse is going northward, three miles
from the city, into a strange land: the Fa-
lasha country. A few centuries ago, the black
Falasha Jews were living all over the high
Semien Mountain. Now, however, they seem
to have disappeared. The few thousand still
left live a little north of Gondar.
QUEEN AND KING
Fifteen centuries ago, long before the
growth of Islam, Gondar, together with the
other big towns of Abyssinia was in constant
touch with the Mediterranean world.
Ten centuries earlier, according to legend,
a rich trader came into the, area. Upon hear-
ing his stories depicting King Solomon's fab-
ulous palace and land, Makeda, the queen of
the south, decided to go and see these mar-
vels. It was the Queen of Sheba, and of her
union with the king that Menelik I was born.
He became the first emperor of Ethiopia.
The Ethiopians are very proud of their
Semitic and Jewish origin. In the Fourth
Century, the country was converted to Chris-
tianity, by the Egyptian Coptic Christians,
but the original Jewish or biblical character
has not completely disappeared. I saw the
Star of David carved in the stone vault of a
12th Century church. Every official document
in Ethiopia, inducing stamps and bank notes,
bear the Lion of Judah. At Maskal a festi-
val celebrating the finding of the true cross,
which takes place in September the priests
dance in the tradition of King David. More of
these Jewish elements in the Ethiopian relig-
ious and secular life were reportedly perpet-
uated by the Falashas.
NO INTEGRATION
Up to the last century, they were highly
persecuted, but now they live in peace in a
few villages left around Gondar and along
Lake Tana which gives birth to the blue
Nile.
It's 9 a.m. The whole village is at work.
The men are out. Only women and children
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Friday. March 31, 1972
^Jewisti Fkridfian
Page 3-E
in Haifa with; her mother, has a
heart condition and a special fam-
ily problem. This had to do with a
loan ol 5.000 rubles from a fellow
Jew in Russia, now also in Israel.
who was dunning them for the
money,
Nora's father Iwdxtudlcd floral
design in the Soviet L'nion and was
leaching a cognate course near
Hedera where they haa a flat.
An thereby hangs part of the sig-
nificant tale.
In migrant families are assigned
to a 'own. There iw or may not
a purpose to the assignment.
However, the children of such
families, regardless of ace. if they
iiii' unmarried, have to live with
their parents, Nora asked and
pi rhaps quite properly: "What is
there Is Hedera for me?''
II is difficult for them, if not
\\' l!-nigh impossible, to get :i fla
self-contained room on their
own, ihe housing condition being
what it is. in addition, their fi-
nances are severely llmite'. li
ii Ij i aUu il in counter with
Ihe housing shortage in the Soviet
I'i Ion and I vitas quit surprised
Nora labeled that "propa-
la."
What apparently compounds the
-nh'om for them is that thev ar
expected to pay for their course in
the Ulpan. This costs 600 Israeli
pounds for fi\e months. Since they
have no money, at least at the
present. I asked what would hap-
pen if they did not pay. They had
no answer to this beyond1 a moral
and ethical need to pay and. as
Reiwirth said, "They are put' on
their honor "
It was hard to square this fact
with the advantages suppoi
allowed American and other immi.
grants from what he called "free
or developed countries." Soviet
citizens cannot come with any
money; in fact, they pay their way
in Vienna at which place the cost
is picked up by the Jewish Agency,
with funds from the UJA.
The impression one gets from
Nora and Una is that they are in
fact quite typical of Soviet Immi-
grants of their aye. Apart from
anxiety about their future in Is-
rael, there is the question of per-
sonal relations. The Israelis, they
say. envy them and their condi-
tion in Israel. All inhabitants
think the Soviet Jews have spe-
cial arrangements and are treated
mor, generously than they (tho
others) themselves are or were
when they came to Israel after
World War II. They find this in-
consistent with the reality of the
situation.
Further, as young women. Nora
and Una find relationships with
young Israeli men difficult. Young
men. they say, want to hurry into
a sex relationship and the girls
his unacci ptable, cittai th
n in the Soviet Union among
young people, in which such rela-
tionships are entered into with
more care and concern and re-
quire In advance a feeling on the
part of the young woman for the
man.
Each seemed depressed ahoul
their situation, Una i spr aallj
about her father's Inability to re-
pay the loan. She asked me what
I thought of this situation and I
said I was there to ask the ques-
tions, not to have them asked. Bui
I said that, as one human beii
another, the man would have to
wail for the money.
A- for the general situation, I
sted thai each wave of immi-
gration brought with it a [van-
tages in rsrael and that, in time.
the distortions wrought by immi-
gration would he resolved. 1 even
quoted her Stalin who. I n ad had
said sometime rUht after tho
Continued On Page 15-1!
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
MISHC0N
FAMILY
GREETINGS FROM
MR. & MRS.
MURRAY SCHWARTZMAN
Realtor
528 LINCOLN RD.
538-4162
At Jefferson National Banks,
we'll take care of your money;
let you write checks on it; con-
serve it through pur trust de-
partment; pay you interest on
it when you save with us or let
you use some of ours when the
need arises.
What more can you ask of your
Bank?
JEFFERSON
NATIONAL BANKS
MIAMI BEACH
with Tmsl Diptilmml
301 Arthur Godfny Rd.
Miami Baach, Florida
Phona: 532-6451
SUNNY ISLES
2S0 Sunny Islts
Boulavard
Miami Baach. Florida
Phont 949-2121
MIMHH fOIC
ARTHUR H. COURSHON,
Chairman of the Boards
Best Wishes To All For A
Happy Passover
NATIONAL BRANDS
and
STATE BEVERAGES
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
V0LPE TOURS
1502 Washington Avenue Miami Beach
Ph. 532-7326
$ CALL US FIRST fc
A Happy Holiday
FLORIDA SILICA SAND
COMPANY, INC.
OXford 1-5881
SANITARY LINEN SERVICE CO.
Expresses Sincere Wishes
for a Happy
Passover Season To All
253 N.W. 22nd Lane 371-4603
A Happy Passover To All .
VINCE SARNI'S SHALIMAR
STEAK HOUSE AND MOTEL
6200 Biscayne Boulevard
Phone: 758-6906
A Happy Passover To All .
MIAMI BEA1H MEDICAL CENTER
Special Attention To Our Senior Citizens
1218 Washington Ave., Miami Beach 532-4123
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
FOUR STAR POULTRY and PROVISIONS, INC.
2U0 N.W. 13th Ave. Phone 633-8617 Miami, Florin*
*
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
DECOR INC.
9446 Harding Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone 866 0905
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO OUR
MANY FRIENDS IN SOUTH FLORIDA
DENMARK ART STONE CO.
12351 N.W. 7th AVENUE NORTH MIAMI
IRVING J. DENMARK, President
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM SAM BENAIM AND FAMILY
AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRIAL
CLUTCH & PARTS CO., INC.
1401 S. E. 9th Court, Hialeah
Phone 885 2526


Page 4-E
TO ALL MY FRIENDS
IN THE GREATEfrMIAMI
^JEWISH-COMMUNITY.^
I EXTEND MY SINCERE
GOOD WISHES FOR A
assover
Dick
Fincher
Holiday Greetings
To All .

ARTHU
DAIRY
754-4521
A Happy Passover To All .
RICHARD IVES JIM CONWAY
Ready Potatoes, Inc.
2201 N.W. 25th Avenue
Phone 635-4437
ITALIAN AMERICAN RESTAURANT
MY PLACE LA STRADA
630 Lincoln Rood JE 1-9502
(i* the Aretlt M Ifce Mill)
IUNCH from 11:30 DINNER begins at 5:30
Owntr mat CM CAM0 SCOTTI formerly of Copra's Kesiaurant
Holiday Greetings to the
Jewish Community
North Miami Police Benevolent
Association, Inc.
Officer:
ROBERT I. GRADY
A Happy Passover To All
ENNESS GARMENT CO. INC.
ENNESS GARMENT BLDG., 221 N.W. 1st Court
Phone 373-1257
Miami
HAPPY HOLIDAY TO ALL...
WELL BILT PRODUCTS, INC.
5561 N.W. 36th Avenue, Miami
Phone 635-5276
9-JmistfhrkMai)
Friday. March 31,H)j
Recent Immigrants Enrolled
In Feinberg Graduate School
Ten recent Jewish immigrants to Israel from :he
Soviet Union who have been enrolled as sto>
de*nls"M'lRS Felnberg'tSSduate ScHSor^HM as*
working scientists in the laboratories of the
Weizmann Institute of Science at Rehovot, Is-
rael, were welcomed to the Institute by Abra-
ham Feinberg. chairman of the board of gov-
ernors and by Institute president, Dr. Albert B.
Sabin. Shown on steps of Feinberg Graduate
School after the meeting are, (from left) front
row Miss Carmela Bengis of Riga, former stu-
dent at Leningrad University, now studying at
feinberg Graduate School for a Ph.D. in Poly-
mer Research; Dr. Sabin; Mrs. Marina Koblenz
of the Polytechnic Institute of Riga, working for
a M.S. in Chemistry.Back row Benjamin Bick- .. .. ,
son of Riga, working as an engineer in the plastics Research Department; Nartau Kar-
vitzky, former student at the Universities of Leningrad and Moscow, studying for a
Ph. D. in Pure Mathematics; Reuben Galp3rin. formerly at the Computer Csnter at
the University of Tashkent, working for his Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics; William J.
Feldstein of Milwaukee, national campc gn chairman of the American Committee
for the Weizmann Institute of Science, and Mr. Feinberg.
MR. AND MRS. GEORGE KRONENGOLD
WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS A HAPPY PASSOVER
COMMERCIAL BANK and TRUST CO.
9301 N.W.7th AVENUE, MIAMI
PHONE 759-8511
To All Our Friends and Patrons Most Happy Holidays
LANG ROOFING & THE CO., INC.
Established 1939
ROOF REPAIRING and SHEET METAL WORK
573 N.W. 71st STREET
758-1009 751-2878
GREETINGS ISAIAH 53
COCONUT GROYE
EMPLOYMENT AGENCY
DOMESTIC HELP
CABLES S.W. SECTION Mrs. Erma C. Greene (Owner)
Phone 444-1631
103 GRAND AVENUE COCONUT GROVE
Hours: 8 A.M. to 3 P.M. Monday thru Friday
A Happy Passover To All .
TNT CHEMICALS, INC.
MANUFACTURERS OF
_____HOUSEHOLD INSECTICIDES
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
CREDMT Hi REAC OF
GREATER MIAMI
14701 N.W. 7th Avenue, Miami
Phone 685-5911
GREETINGS
GULFSTREAM PRESS, INC.
3800 N.W. 59th Street. Miami
Ph. 633-8271
AMNTsro* We do M0R. thfn ^ you ^
B0N? TRANSFER INC.
2160 N.W. 8 AVE
374-3144
Unlfd l/.n unmm MOVINC WITH CME... EVUYWHHM
A Happy Passover To All.,
PHYLLIS DEE INC.
6831 N.W. 37th COURT
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Phone 691-5840
A Happy Passover To All,
HAROLD J. SEGAL,
REALTOR
and Associates
1688 Meridian Avenue
Miami Beach, Florida
Phone 538-8643
A Happy Passover To All.
THE
VOYAGER
1433 N.E. Miami Place
Al Gottlieb
Phono 377-9302
PARRISH
AUTO SERVICE
7305 S.W. 41st STREET
223-1513
A Happy Passover To All
KELLY SPRINGFIELD TIRES
Distributor
Blake Tire Co.
VAUGHN BLAKE
CY MINTZ
8415 Coral Way
Ph. 661-4495
5560 N.W: 27th Avenue
Holiday Greetings From ,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry J. Son:
and Lori Marsha
IIAl ISTATI
Investments and General Insuron"
350 Lincoln Road Bldg.
Mtiianinr
MIAMI BEACH
.".:.:.:!-'


iday, March 31. 1972
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.special coin minted during the
wish War with the Romans
arly 2.000 years ago has now re-
krned to Jerusalem. This quarter
|ekel is the only coin of its entire
sue known, to have survived. It
now on special exhibition at the
Irael Museum.
One of the "revolt coins," the
uarttr shekel was produced dur-
ig the first year of the Jewish
r"ar, 66-70 A.D. "Revolt coins'
re mentioned in the Talmud and
re significant of their history
ltd their political importance.
At the time of the Jewish War,
he dominant currencies were the
;i\-fi Tyrian shekel' and Roman
rovincial issues. Former Jewish
oins of the Maccabees, Herodi-
ins, and Agrippas I and II had
en of bronze.
As a declaration' of autonomy
^ml independence, the Jews began
mint silver currency of .their
v.n. Morever, since there were
\o greater means of public com-
nunication, currency served as a
ajor source of public statement.
Greetings from
NORTH DADE
COUNTRY CLUB
I8-N01E CHAMPIONSHIP
GOlf COURSE
U.S. 441 at
N.W. 207th St.
NA 1-3621
A Happy Passover To All..
p. T. C. Tool Corp
2777 N.W. 54th STREET
MIAMI
633-9081
A Happy Passover To All..
FLAIR OF
WftWI
209 W. 21st Street, Hialeah
885-3988
Jack Kamin
Leonard Coleman
Howard AAargoluis
A Happy Passover To All..
"MR. VETO99
275 East 10th Ave., Hialeah
885-2547
A Happy Passover To All..,
PERRY CHESTER
SHOES
In The Smartest Spots
In Town Look For
CHESTER PERRY SHOE SALONS
"Where To Buy Them"
Perry
Chester
Shoe Salontt
Htl Hanltag Ave_____Surfside
2494 E. Sunrise Blvd., Ft. lau1rdale
Diplomat Haiti_____Hollywood
Doral Beoch Hotel Miami Beach
EdM Roc Hottl___Miami Beach
Americana Hotel Miami Beach
Dadelond Mall ____ Miomi Beoch
2494 f. SunriM Blvd.
Ft. louderdale-Ph. 5654901
UNIQUE COIN RETURNS TO
JERUSALEM AFTER 2000 YEARS
Thus, the issue of this Jewish cur-
rency was a determined and per-
vasive political act.
On one side of the coin, the
words in ancient Hebrew charact-
ers 'Yerushalem kdosha "Holy
Jerusalem," and three pomegra-
nates appear. On the other are a
chalice, the sign "aleph" and the
inscription "quarter of a shekel."
This quarter shekel, until re-
cently unnoticed in a private col-
lection in Washington D.C., was
recognized by the Israel Museum
curator of numismatics, Dr. Yaacov
Meshorer. When appearing at sale
in Geneva, the coin was sold for
37.000 Swiss francs (approximately
$9,250).
myself before taking leave from
Although no one has yet paid for
the coin, a generous collector tem-
porarily vouched for the funds for
the coin so that it might return to
Jerusalem.
Holiday Greetings to All .
STANDARD WELDING
SUPPLY CO.
NCG Authorized Dealer
WALTER MAHANY, Prop.
4300 NW 32nd AVE. Phone 635-0803
Holiday Greetings
To The Jewish Community
Mirell Gallery
ROBERT DRAPER, Director
3421 Main Hwy., Coconut Grove 443-9140
WE WISH YOU
* health
*> prosperity
** peace
and a most
w
assover
TO ALL GREETINGS
JAMES E. REARDON
YOUR COUNCILMAN
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
A Happy Passover To All .
SALON Be COIFFURE
6113 S.W. 8th STREET
Phone 264-0651
A Happy Passover To All .
MASTER HOST CATERERS
4001 N.W. 31st AVENUE
HERSCHEL LEVY Phone 633-8066
A Happy Passover To All .
APPLIANCE MASTERS, INC.
3000 N.W. 77th Court
Phone 888-5251
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL ...
ANVIL METALS, INC.
Miami Beach's Only Complete Photo & Art Supplier
840 West 20th St., Hialeah TU 7-5525
LEO BECK
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
DIXIE GAS CORPORATION
MOE LANGER
6394 So. Dixie Hwy., So Miami PH. 667-2533
Holiday Greetings From
DADE PIPE & PLUMBING SUPPLY
ALL STATE PUMP CO.
4923 N.W. 17th AVENUE, MIAMI
Phone: 633-6338
LEON V. McASKILL
OF
McAskill Publishing Company
3811 N. MIAMI AVENUE
Wants to Wish All of His Friends
A VERY HAPPY HOLIDAY
A Happy Passover To All .
FLORIDA SMOKED FISH COMPANY
761 NORTH WEST 21st STREET
PHONE FR 9-6483
A Happy Passover To All .
PHILLIP LEVINE AND W. WEINER
BANCROFT HOTEL & MOTEL APTS.
Ph. 531-5751
1501 COLLINS AVE. MIAMI BEACH
A Happy Passover To All .
Service First Insurance Agency
3497 N.W. 7th AVE.
635-7507
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assover
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RESTAURANTS & LOUNGE
A Hcppy Passover To All .
FROM
MIAMI PROVISION COMPANY
A Hcppv Passover To All .
BANNER SUPPLY COMPANY
3725 So. Dixie Highway
SID FALK-BARNEY LANDERS
AUTOMOBILE LOANS
4y2%
AS LOW AS
MERCHANTS BANK OF MIAMI
950 RED tOAD (S.W. 57th Ave. ntir the Trail)
Telephone MO 7-5661
Me-nbc federal Deposit Insurance Corpora*ion
A Happy PasooveT To All .
Palmer Paper Company
3250 N.W. 60th STREET
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Phone 633-0666
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
CLAGGETT ELECTRIC COMPANY, Inc.
CommercialIndustrialAir ConditioningWiring
ALTERATIONS and REPAIRS
8506 S.W 129th Ter., Porrine 235-3616

A Hcppy Passover To All .
W. C4RROLL WILSON
Real Estate Appraiser-Member. American Institute Appraisers
15450 N.W. 27m AVENUE Ph. 685-2962
A Happv Passover To AD .
MADER & COMPANY
Steamship Agency
Dodge Island, 1970 Port Blvd., Building 4
DIAL 949-5252
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
'BARTON'S BONBON NI ERE
CONTINENTAL CHOCOLATES
Organization Orders Our Specialty Hallmark Cards
Complete Line of Jewish New Year Cards
163rd St. Ne* Easl Mail
opposite --_ Kosner v.arket Hollywood Ma
PH 947-00'9 opposite Se=-s
C DANA WOODMAN
BEALTOR
2308 Gahano Street, Coral Gables
Phone 443-2534
A Happv Passover To All .
BRESSERS CROSS-INDEX
TELEPHONE DIRECTORY
853 N.E. 79th Street, Miami
Phone 758-6787
A Happy Pcsscver To All .
NICHOLS APARTMENT HOTEL
9585 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone 866-8051
54th STREET DRIVE IN TV INC.
1630 N.W. 54th Street Phone 696-1437
Extends Bes* Wishes For The Holidays
Happy Holiday to All Our Friends and Patrons
GOVERNOR CAFETERIA
AND ENTIRE MANAGEMENT
Washington Avenue a, 12th Street Phone 538-2979
Happv Hoiidcv ftcts...
FONTANA
SHOES, INC.
217 Lincoln Rd- Miami Beach
Open 9 a-m. o 10 p.m. Dairy
A Happy Passover To AT..
KAUFMAN
PRESS
1445 N. MIAMI AVENUE
374-3587
SHERRY
MANUFACTURING
COMPANY, INC.
ITS SHERRY FOR TERRv
3321 N.W. 65th Street
OX1-4330orOXl-4331
Bes? Wishes To A'
SURF STRICTLY
KOSHER MARKET
7432 Collins Avenue, MB.
UN 5-0559 Bill Geller
Holiday Oreetings
To Our Friends
and Customers From ..
HOFFMAN'S
CAFETERIA
1450 Collins Avenut
Miami Beach


Friday, March 31, 1972
*Jen 'thTkrfcfian
Page 7-E
Principals of the Kabbalah." by
Rabbi Moses Hayyim Luzzato, kftb-
balist and poet who lived in the
beginning of the Kighteenth Cen-
tury. The book was published in
English by the Center. Dr. Gru-
hcrgor who has established the
Center's headquarters in the. pld
City in Jerusalem has been asso-
ciated with the institution for
many years. Now in its jubilee
year, the Center has an office in
the Pan Am Building in New York
City. But it is at the Center in
Jerusalem where courses arc of-
fend to young people. The courses
seek "to impart to the students a
deep and' penetrating insight of
th<< Zohar, with special emphasis
on the understanding of the Ten
SefiFOt as per the Lurinnic con-
cent. Hopefully, the student will
become acquainted with his rea-
son for existence and understand-
ing of the universe," said the
school.
According to Mr. Llfschutz,
young Israelis are coming to the
Center and people involved with
the Center are glad that much of
Kabbalah teaching will emanate
from Israel. Alter ail, the masters
of Kabbalah wrote in Kretz Israel,
and in many of the years when
Jewish mysticism was popular in
Europe, it was still Palestine which
Ye Are The Wall CoverinqJ
Leader in the South!
LILYAN
CORTEZ
WALL-CO lAAPER'Al
WALLTEX"
'IMPERIAL SCRUBBAL
GLENDURA'
7121 N.W. 6th Ave-758-8791
Located in Beautiful
Coral Gables
VILLA CORTEZ
MOTEL
4700 S.W. 8th Street.
Coral Gables
445-5453
A Happy Passover
To All Our Friends
Sol Megdell
Realtor
Phone 538-8551
605 LINCOLN ROAD
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
JACK'S
CYCLE SHOP
Authorized Dealer
SCHWINN RALEIGH
COLUMBIA BICYCLES
REPAIRS AIL MAKES
Parking in Pear
Phone 891-8457
651 NE 125th St.. N. Miami
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
FROM
ZIPP
SPORTING GOODS
7230 Red Road, So. Miatnf
Phone 665-3534
LUNDY'S
MARKET
1435 Washington Avenue
WISH THEIR FRIENDS
AND CUSTOMERS
A Happy Passover To All
was the 'land of miracles," the
land of hope to which the drams
of future peace and glory wen;
directed. The Messiah, it was
firmly believed, "would some day
appear there."
Meanwhile.in the United States,
the Center seeks to disseminate
information and many write about
it. It has thousands of subscribers
to Its publications. Many came to
Kabbalah after hearing Dr. Gru-
bcrger. The Center answers quer-
ies of persons writing to it and
it answers personal questions and
how they relate to Kabbalah.
The Center publishes books,
manuscripts and newsletters, such
as the writings of Rabbi Luria in
book form. These writings arc
known as KLsve Ari and this body
of his teachings have been printed
In 14 volumes in Hebrew. Another
text is the writings of Rabbi Si-
mon ben Yohai in one volume. (It
is said that it was Rabbi Simon
who, after the Bar Kochba rebel-
lion, wrote the book which was
published under the name of
Zohar). Many other volumes re-
lating to Kabbalah have been pub-
lished in Hebrew.
But according to the Center,
much still remains to be c'one. Tho
Center said that Rabbi Moses Cor-
dovcro. for instance, left some 30
volumes of writings, but only a
few have been printed. The rest,
with other major works, exist only
in manuscript at the Vatican Li-
brary- "We have microfilm copies,
however. Let good-hearted people
provide ,tiic means, wand .all will be
published, please God," said the
Center.
The Center also said that it Ls
their hope to produce all the He-
brew volumes in fine Knglish edi-
tions, for a tar greater readership,
Most i>coplo involved In Kab-
balah are religious and they do
seek to preserve a rich tradition
and history and manuscripts tor
study and learning. It is said, for
example, that many of the works
of Rabbi Luzzatto were burned
and much of what he wrote was
lost. The Center hopes that what
is left of this scholar ana of
others can still be preserved
for all time.
TO GOITS CHOSEN PEOPLE ...
HOLIDAY GREETINGS!
Modern Israel reborn and built on the ruins of the past
symbolizes the hope of free Men everywhere endurinq
oeace1
STAR PRINTING SERVICE
1180 Palm Ave., Hiaieah
Levi Valentini
Ph. 887-6451
A Happy Passover To All .
JACK HARTLEY INC.
675 N.W. 29th St.
Holiday Greetings From .
FLORIO-ROSATI HAIR STYLISTS
3905 Alton Road, Miami Beach
532-6351
Holiday Greetinqs From .
CARLSON
CONSTRUCTION CO.
General Contractors
554 N.W. 54th Street, Miami __________Phone 759-5716
A Happy Passover To All .
FLAGLER INSURANCE
AGENCY, INC.
Donald Kaplan Marvin Haven
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
J. T. STEWART MORTGAGE CO.
100 MIRACLE MILE, CORAL GABLES
443-4671
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL...
SEARLE & MORRIS INSURANCE, INC.
ALL FORMS OF INSURANCE
113 Ahneria Avenue Coral Gables
Phone 443-2553
A Happy Passover To All .
CORAL GABLES DRAPERY & SHADE SHOP, INC.
1823 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Coral Gables, Florida
Phone 443-0620
DONNELLY ADVERTISING
The Donnelly Way
OF OUTDOOR
ADVERTISING
Poster and Painted Bulletin Displays in
MIAMI
FT. LAUDERDALE
CaH 751-6641
5220 Biscayne Boulevard
Miami, Florida
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
GUARANTY BANK
OF MIAMI
8300 BIRD ROAD
Just West of the Palmetto By-Pass
Member: Federal Deposit Insurance Corporafion
DRIVE-IN WINDOWS WEEK DAYS 8 A.M. to 4 P.M.
FRIDAYS 8 A.M. to 8 P.M.
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE
SOCIETY OF UNITED STATES
Home Office New York, New York
Equal opportunity Employers M.-F.
100 BISCAYNE BLVD. Phone 371-5691
F. PHILLIPS, JR. AGENCY
Henry Nielsen
Floors & Interiors, Inc.
4200 N.W. 2nd AVENUE
Phone 758-4446
"featuring the finer floors"
w
- Children's Corner School
7118 BYRON AVENUE. MIAMI BEACH
Phon 866-7303
A Happy Passover To All .
SIMPSON PLASTERING COMPANY
LATHING-PLASTERING ft MASONARY CONTRACTORS
16960 S.W. 96th Ct. 238-9021
A Happy Passover To All .
LARRY MARKS A OMIWYY
MANUFACTURERERS DISTRIBUTORS WHOLESALE
WOMEN'S, MISSFC HUMORS' D'ESSES. COATS t SlOTf
Marks Bldg. 120 N.W. 2nd Street Miami, Fla. Phon? 379-2631
Eitan Kassel and Yoav Moshe
"Prompt Day and Night Service" PLUMBING CONTRACTORS
FOR SALES, SERVICE or REPAIRS Phone PL 7-0606
McCORMICK-BOYETT PLUMBING COMPANY
7424 N.E. 2nd Avenue
A Happy Passover To All .
Julie Nadler Sam Goldberg
Beach Hardware and Paint Co.. Inc.
Electrical Appliances -:- Plumbing Supplies
1121-1123 WASHINGTON AVE. Phone 531-9059


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iday, March 31, 1972
* Jew!st ncridian
Fage 9-E
ER TO ALL
icliday Greetings From
)NTMARTRE HOTEL
1775 COLLINS AVENUE
Phono JE 2-1731
Mr. Harvey Weinberg
General Manager
bymour Dresne.". Manager
Happy Passover To All..
JEFFERSON HOTEL
12115th St. S Ocean
MIAMI BEACH
Phone JE 1-1141
SHELDON
HOTEL
227 7th STREET
Kami Beach JE 8-7629
\r. & Mrs. Wm. Lebofsky

*l v^'-fc
A Happy Passover To All .
ATTACHE MOTEL
2711 SOUTH OCEAN DRIVE
HOLLYWOOD, FLORIDA
Phone 945-6942

A Happy Passover To All .
ADAMS HOTEL GREYSTONE HOTEL
2030 Park Ave., Miami Beach 1920 Collins Ave., Miami Beach
BEN PEARLSON
BAY HARBOR HOTEL
9660 E. BAY HARBOR DR.
Adjoining Post & Paddock Restaurar*. Be/ Harbor
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
i isi:sf s;.\i & min; hotkl
MOTEL & APTS
1420-1430 OCEAN DRIVE, MIAMI BEACH
HOLIDAY GREETNGS
SKYWAYS HOTEL
2373 N.W. LeJeune Road
Phone 633-8411
<^r Ueru <_J~la
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an
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CWOMS
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assover
PLAYBOY
PLAZA HOTEL
A Happy Passover To All .
J^jjwamu
6305 COLLINS AVENUE
Phone 866-7761
Bedrooms Kitchenettes Suites
Pool Restaurant Lounge
UIJ-E SEAS RESORT 3MOTEL
17315 COLLINS AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA 33160
Phone 945-3551
HOLiDAY GREETINGS FROM .
WOVNTAMNWBEAB MOTEL
16C01 COLLINS AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
PHONE: Wl 7-2684
A Happy Passover To All .
MONTE CARLQ HOTEL
6551 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone UN 6-8721
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
Him
Resort
MOTOR HOTEL
CN THE OCEAN AT 26th STREET
MAX MELAMED FAMILY Miami Beach, Florida
Compliments of
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sipers and the
SIM0NF. HOTEL
Pullmanettes and Hotel Rooms
321 Ocean Drive Miami Beach, FJa. 672-0431
A Happy Passover To All .
SHELBORNE HOTEL
1801 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH
CHUCK KRAMER, Managing Director
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
HELENE RESIDENTIAL HOTEL & APTS.
1030 15th Street, Miami Beach
Phone 672-0534
CAS1S MOTEL & APTS.
6580 INDIAN CREEK DRIVE UN 5-9875
MIAMI BEACH
STEVAN GOLDBERG
A Happy Passover To All .


Page 10-E
vJmist'ncridian
Friday, March 31
A Happy Passover To All ._____
MR. AND MRS. HARRY MARKOWITZ
and SONS
THOMAS and JERRY
and
MR. AND MRS. ROBERT L MARKOWITZ
nOAMRY^ ,
HOLIDAY G*T1NGS FROM
CARIBBEAN SHOE CORP.
255 S.W. 8th STREET MIAMI
Phone 856-2754
Interiors by
1 LONG'S
MAKING CONSTAHTIY AVAILABLE
MEW AND UTTER PROMKTS KM TOUR Of FKE
Ml NORTH MIAMI AVENUE
'** CVSTOME* PARKWe-
VISIT OUR NEW DOWNTOWN STORE AT
M S.f. 3rd AVENUE
IrBJMrWrM 377-1551
MIAMI, FLORIDA 13101
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO THE
ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY
QUESENBERRY & CATLIN
FOOD BROKERS
735 N.W. 22nd AVENUE
Phone:643-1744
NOW OPEN
RICHARDS FRUIT CENTER
1301 WASHINGTON AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
Phone: JE 2-6102
A Happy Passover To All .
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
KEYSTONE TRAILER COURT
6307 N.E. 2nd AVENUE, MIAMI
Phone 754 6295
A Happy Passover To All .
KING ARTHUR CHAIR CO., INC.
5501 N.W. 36th AVENUE
Ph. 635-3066 Ph. 635-6650
A Happy Passover To All .
tVf.Off.tr CONTACT LENS. MNC.
BETTER VISION THRU CONTACT LENSES
173 N.E. 64th Street 7544607
Let My People Not Be Spied I
By NrtBt-Rl K. SEGAL
(A BW Arto restore)
If you take a lone, fresh look at
Passover, you arc remirded that
will before the Kxolus from Egypt
and the stirring appeal to "let my
people go." Jewish shepherds of
antiquity marked a Spring festival
ol great significance. An agricul-
tural folk in origin, the Jews re-
joiced over the birth of lambs,
daubed their tent posts with the
blood of sacrificed animals, and
took delight in the first sheaf of
newly-cut barley, the omer.
Generations later, we came up
out of Egypt; and the joy of de-
liverance was happily intertwined
with the joy of Spring's arrival.
Still Utter, when Jews knew bit-
ter suffering at the hands of Ro-
man oppressors, the prayers for
deliverance at Passover time ad-
ded new meaning to the holiday.
And so it has been in every period
of tyranny: apjieals to God for
deliverance come forth on this
great holiday.
BEST WISHES TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
MISHAEL, INC.
Designers and Manufacturer of Fine Office Furniture,
Store Fixtures and Architectural Woodwork
175 West 24th Street, Hieleah 888-4262
HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO ALL .
MITCH'S STEAK RANCH
7419 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone 757-6811
A Happy Passover To All .
DR. THEODORE BERMAN
FOR THE VERT BEST
IN TCP0f)A*r OfflCE MEIP
CALL FOR
The Girl in the White Gloves."
MANPOWER INC.
liniiii,i is.,.',. i woijciii
Miami 373-7618
Holiday Greetings
FINEST QUALITY FOOD
BUFFET CATERING!
UPTOWN
DELICATESSEN
Hot Corned Beef Pastrami
Cold Cuts Appetizers
Home Made Specialties
7438 Collins Ave.
Miami Beach, Florida
Phone 866-7077
A Happy Passcver To All...
BALDWIN
Mortage Co.
BALDWIN
Insurance Agency, Inc.
840 Biscayne Blvd., Miami
Phone 374-8181
Conger Life
Insurance Co., Inc
ALL FORMS LEGAL RESERVE
INSURANCE
Including
Hospital ization
Health
Accident
5050 Biscayne Blvd., North
Miami, Fla.
754-3291
Some may think it trivial now
to express the hope that we anall
utilize the approaching Passover
as historic framework for new
thoughts about the need for free-
dom-freedoir from being spied
upon, freedom from that kind of
surveillance born of national^ j-
ian6fa, freedom from trios* who
would tamper with our private
lives.
But in an era of electronic
eavesdropping when dossiers on
the most innocent among us are
piling up in government archives,
Passover may well become much
more than a Jewish holiday, it
may grow to epitomize the uni-
versal longing to be done with
busybodies who record our license
numbers and computerize our hab-
its as if we were commodities to
be merchandized rather than hu-
man beings with an innate right
to be let alone.
Prof. Arthur R. Miller of Har-
vard tells us something about this
need fur a new lease on freedom
in his book, "The Assault On
Privacy." ."herein we are re-
minded that in just 15 seconds,
piles of data concerning 110 million
Americans can be mobilized and
made available for a slight charge.
Some people will say that man-
Hoiiday Greetings
SOMERSTEIN
CATERERS
1701 Washington Ave.
Miami Beach, Florida
For Information contact
Mr. Sidney Hechtman or
Mr. Walter Schuman at
534-9587 or 538-2503
CUSTOM MADE DRESSES
by
Holiday Greetings
Ran Urih^rc
Ladies Wear
1325 N.E. 163S..-945-4171
163rd St. Shopping Center
Biscayne Shopping Plaza
751-2443
Good Wishes from .. .
IRVING L. WEXLER
Muzak Corp,
Dade, Broward and
Monroe Counties
531-7341
best Wishes For A
Joyous Passover
ALL METAL
FABRICATIONS
4222 S.W. 75th AVI.
Miami
Ph. 223 1851
AL & JACK ZISAAAN
PETE'S LAWN MOWER
SERVICE
Sharpening Factory Mcrhod
Small Engine Repairs Rtnfoti
8195 N.W. 17th AVI./
(Formerly on 79th Street)
Phone 693-0221
Pet* TMto, Owner
a gen are entitled to credit i
matinn obtained in Out
And if we had assurances "th,.i
such data proved accurate 1
that no indiscriminate use o|]
records would result. w J
not be inclined to make an J
of the matter.
** -_ *m* *
However, we are discusij
something much more in
here than the mere rollectwl
credit information. We cjte kl
ditkin the operations like tho
the House Internal Security,
mittee with its staff ..f jg. it,"!
get of S525.000 ami its extJ
files on thousand; who may|
conform completely to the
line criteria that stamp us ^1
triotic Americans afraid to i
tion such procedures.
This observer has a huncn
many people are much morel
cerned about such prrings. |
ings, ami stampings that the
age Joe realizes. Nor does oa]
cern stop with the
and dissemination v'. i .,. ,-]
facts of our lives. The lode?
enlightened Americans todl
spreads out to goverrvriemi]|
forts to encroach on n-ass n
freedom; to police spying onI
itical gatherings; to no-i
Continued On Page 1J-F.J
A Happy Passovf i To Ali.|
Snowbrite
Roof Cleaning & Painting (
Phones:
373-8125-947-6465
*W. 1E0 CIMENT
f fht
DIXIE PICTURE FRAME CO.
EXTENDS
to All His Friends and Patrons
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
west Wishes For Tc*|
Holiday Season
PAUL'S CARP!
WAREHOUSEI
31 N.W. 23rd STREET
Phone 374-8435
Holiday Greetings *o fa
Jewish Community
STELLAS
ORIGINALS
1075 Kane Concourse
Bay Harbor Island. Fla.
Phone 864-3611
A Happy Passover To AL
COPERNIC0S
RESTAURANT
250 N.E. 183rd Street
Phone 621-0944
North Miami Beach

GREETINGS
ROBINSON
GALLERIES INC.
627 So. Miami Aveni*
MIAMI
Phone 374-5713
Holiday Greetings
HOWAKU S.
"Custom house Broken" j
Port of Miami
P.O. Box 389-33101
(305)371-8431


March 3'., 1972
Ufew isJh Mririidti'ciir
Pans 11-E
A Happy Passover To All
One of Pioneer Women's early leaders receives
an award from a current Pioneer Women leader
Israel Prime Minister Golda Meir is being pre-
sented with a plaque commemorating her role as
general secretary of Pioneer Women from 1932-34.
Extending the plaque on behalf of her organization
is Mrs. Jack Zackler, national president of Pioneer
Women, in the United States. The ceremony took
place in Jerusalem at a luncheon-meeting of Pio-
neer Women delegates to the World Zionist Con-
gress early this year.
Holiday Greetings
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Miami, Fie
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cau wow roa muts
fDER TRUCK RENTAL
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loppy Passover To All...
To Our
Friends and Clients
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
RUDMA
PICTURE CO.
PAUL W. BOUTILIER
(Now Owner)
2328 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
Coral Gables
Phone 443 6262
A Happy Passover To All...
PARK SHORE
PHARMACY
10898 N.E. 6th Avenue
Miami Shores
754-9508
has year-round appeal
Like boats out of the past, with long narrow
prows arching upward, the Nazare fishing
fleet is painted brilliant blues, reds, and
greens. Each morning the hardy fishermen
sail off to seek their livelihood. When the
boats return at evening, they are hauled
onto the shore by teams of oxen which
have spent the day dozing on the beach.
27-day round trip, with 7-day stopover at
Lisbon, and stops at colorful ports including
Canary Islands, Madeira Island,Venezuela, and
Netherlands Antilles. Monthly sailings. First
Class and Cabin rates .This 21,750-ton Portu-
guese flagship is completely air-conditioned.
Sail round trip to Portugal and Spain on the
.SANTA MARIA
DESK
EXCHANGE
New and Used Office
Furniture
2742 N.W. 35th STREET
Phone 634-4024
Holiday Greetings
\o The Jewish Community
, JONES
IULF SERVICE
14005 W.Dixie Hwy
North Miami Beach, Fla.
Phone 891-2052
|Happy Passover To All.
Helen and Bill Alter
WINDSOR BEAUTY
SUPPLIES, INC.
16451 N.E. 15th Avenue
North Miami Beach
Phone 945-9911
-
A Happv Passover To All...
SID MARGOUS and
DAN SIMKIN
MARK ROSENFELD
GALLOWAY
PHARMACY
PrescriptionsBarton's Candy
Charge Accounts Invited
7035 S.W. 87th Avenue
Miami-271-3081
BEST WISHES FOR
THE HOLIDAYS
SUNSET
PLUMBING CO.
6022 South Dixie Highway
South Miami
Phone 661-6981
Holiday Greetings From
0VERH0LT
JEWELERS
7220 South Red Road
South Miami
Phone 665-2112
HAPPY HOLIDAYS
from
BILL
and
HERMAN
KALER
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in Portugal, substantially meets international safety
standards for new ships developed in 1960, and
meets the 1966 Fire Safety requirements.
C.C.N THE PORTUGUESE LINE

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', cabaca's
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SHAW COMPANY
A division ofluckenback Stiamakip Company
GENERAL AGENTS FOR NORTH AMERICA
. The Shaw Maritime Building. 501 N.E. 1st Avenue, Miami, Florida 33132
Phone(305) 371-4581
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A
Happy
Passover
To All .
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from
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North Miami
General Hospital
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JALCO Awning & Carpet Co., Inc.
Greets the Entire Jewish Community
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KNITTED FABRICS
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AL GONZALEZ. Jr., President
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Frid
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Friday, March 31 h J
1201 OPA-LOCKA BLVD.
OPA4.0CKA, FLORIDA
685-1521
Falashas Kept
Through The Centuries
M "Obhtfmied Pram Pace W"
can be seen. We greet them with the Am-
haric expression "tanayistelegn." anw a young
girl answers "salam."
Falashas speak Amharic. They hav<> always
refused to integrate themselves into the God-
jam society.
This is due to three reasons: a particular
handicraft; the weight of the traditional law
and the strength of their literature.
The poor horse that had dragged our car-
riage along the sharp pebbles is now grazing
close to a pack of "tukuls." These huts are
similar to the ones that can be seen all over
Ethiopia: branches and mud walls covered
with hay. Thousands of small clay statues and
pots are on display, attracting a daily flock
of tourists, mostly Americans, and this Fa-
lasha village probably offers a sterotypic
schedule of the Falasha way of life.
The earth figures represent biblical symbols
and themes: a lion with human face topped
with the Star of David; Solomon and the
Queen of Sheba together in an imperial bed.
Never larger than a human hand, bearded
patriarchs, pregnant women carrying young
children on their backs are now sold as
souvenirs.
This aspect of their life, is, in my opinion.
an important- element which k'.pt this M
isolated from the rest of the i>opu!ation v
over Ethiopia, potters have always been er
sidered as the lowest class. In_ a cm*
of military traditions, where peasants hip
long been reduced and are still in ^
parts of the highlands to the rank of m!]
ing animals, potters who do not possey,,!
;ultivate land were relegated to the bottot|
of the scale.
TRADITIONS
tl
The Falashas from the Geez (the %
sacred language in Ethopia) "Falasa," toea.
grate have kept alive through the century
many traditions different from the Ethiopir
ones. This Falasha village does not differ fr*
a Christian one. Some of the huts, howerg
have a specific use: the synagogue witii
star shaped vault inside, the "tukul of H
malediction or of blood," and the "tukul <(
the woman in childbed" (when there is They all play a big part in the daily life, ft
two last huts are dedicated to "impure" worml
where they stay during their menstrual penidl
or after having given birth. After a varyi-jl
number of days, according to the nature oil
their stay, they wash completely again t: j
are pure again.
The Falashas' traditions differ from tfcti

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opian ones. Lawe concerning food restric-
kashruth are strictly observed1. Un-
|the Ethiopians, they do not eat raw meat
be flesh of an animal that has died,
hikh-en do not go to government echools.
would be considered as impure. Nor can
travel because they must eat Falasha
Therefore, they, stay aside, and do not
rate. Falashas who live in Gondar' or
r Ababa,,.,are,-, no. more,, .considered as^
tiers when they return to their homeland.
HOLY BOOKS
i'ir religious life distinguisHes them
the other communities spread through-
|the country. This life is dominated by a
number of holy books. Some of these
translated into French during the 19th
tury. Other translations followed. The last
most complete translation was published
English by Wolf Leslau in 1951.
This literature, the sources of which are
^ly Jewish, Arabic and Christian writings
expurgated by the Falashas of its Chris-
elements. It also recalls texts like the
calypse of Paul, and apocryphal of the
Testament. Lost in their high plateau,
shas borrowed these texts that followed
K'dible routes from caravan to caravan
oss the deserts.
be Falasha religion is a primitive Judaism
ch might date from a time when the Mish-
and the Talmud had not yet been com-
"The commandments of the Sabbath"
other important pieces of the Falasha
Irature were first partially translated into
French by Joseph Halcvy and published in
Geez in 177.
The most 'nterestlng aspect af these texts
is the personification of the Sabbath. The
book gives an original description of how the
Sabbath, crowned on that day by the angels,
goes dowr to Sheol and delivers the sinners
from punishment.
"The Book of tile Angels," "Bauuch" and
the "Aposalypse .of. dise and hell and their origin can be traced
through Arabic and Greek texts.
The most important part of their litera-
ture are the 10 prayers (first published with
a Hebrew translation by Joseph Halevy: "Pri-
cres del Falashas"). Their leading themes
are often the same as those in prayers of the
western Jews: return to Jerusalem, re-estab-
lishmcnt of the duties of the priests of thj
temple, praise of God.
Of course. Falasha villages are less iso-
lated now. Transistor radios, and torch lamps
can be seen in every rich home in the bush.
The traditional salt caravan now carries an-
other item: batteries "stones" in Amharic.
Falashas are becoming more and more famous
all over the world and especially among the
Jewish communities, testifying to the origin
of the Ethiopian empire and non-integrated
because of their big faith.
Though they are different from other
Jews in the world, Falashas can be compared
to many isolated Jewish communities which
kept their original character, and their iden-
tity has not been altered through centuries.
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AND CAPITAL ROOFING
7553 Cutlass Ave., N. Bay Village, Miami Beach
Phone 865-3205
GREETINGS
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"First to Last in Batteries"
2100 N.W. 17th AVENUE Call 633-3403
Mr. J. H. Jacoby and Mr. A. T. Engelman
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X Specialists in Local & Long Distance Moving -fc
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Your Only Mayflower Agent in Dade County North of Flagler
Call 754-5517
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420 LINCOLN ROAD 6705 COLLINS AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
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Features Plymouth and other Fine Cars
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Phone 871-3800
TO ALL GREETINGS
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(A Subsidiary of Sun City Industries, Inc.)
SAUL ZALKA & BILL WARSHAW
Restaurants Institutions Hotels Stores
ic WE WHOLESALE *
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Phone: 642-3151
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2428 S.W. 8th STREET
Phone 642-5244
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1201 LINCOLN ROAD
PHONE 673-1221
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GENERAL CONTRACTORS
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Phone 757-5751
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633-9661
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'Through the Years Quality & Service"
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1884 N.W. NORTH RIVER DRIVE
Phone 633-6391
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(Opp. Beth Torah Temple)
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7209 S.W. 57th Ct., South Miami Phone 667-8768
"WHERE CUSTOMERS SEND THEIR FRIENDS"
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Telephone 633-6047
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1921 COLLINS AVENUE
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Phone 534-4883
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"UCOt-'NT DRUG STORIS
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fro* Delivery
7880 Coral Way 221-8222
401 Coral Wav. C. Gables
448-1728
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March 31. 19/2
*Jeisti norMian
Page 15-E
{young Soviet Jews unturned From Page 3-K
Ii six miiiion tile, it Is a
tic. If one dies, it is a trag-
I au-'od" I Understood tBe
em as the husband of a
an who had to leave Hitler's
my. and as a soldier who
sen Europe turned upside
now, tile inita. reluctance to
Mid disappeared and we were
[mnicating quite freely and I
could ask THK question: "If
Icould return to the Soviet
i without any problems, would
back?"
Lina was the tirst to respond
with a resounding "No."
Nora said she would not becaus;
rh' would not want to b<; a ploj
for the Russian television. But
what, I asked, if that were not the
case? Nora who had been a mem-
ber oi the Komsomol (Young Com-
munist League) and whose card
had been taken from her because
of her desire to emigrate, said
finally she would not return. She
Is here in Israel, she sa'd, and this
Is the country for Jews and she
ivould remain.
On the way back, I asked Eli,
who had done a yeoman job of
translating when necessary, what
he thought. He admitttd it was
:i serious problem. On the other
hand, he said, his parents came
nom Russia 55 years earlier, and
with nothing. Perhaps a difference
was, I suggested, that the pioneers
had a virgin dream and fled an
oppression with physical dangers.
We parted at Digengoff and Arla-
zozoff, and shook hands knowing
time would heal these wound* but
that some people would perhaps
suffer in the process.
t My People Not Be Spied Upon
f on tinned From Purc 10-C
to excess of data gathering
military.
ne for untversar prayer foi
k>m from such interference?
id, it is.
me for the addition of a Fifth
pom to Franklin Roosevelt's
(freedom of speech and ex-
pression, freedom from want, free-
dom from fear, and freedom of
worship)? Yes, we must add a
Fifth the freedom from a serious
abuse of being ticketed, data
banked, catalogued, and looked
upon with suspicion in an era
w hen electronic sophistication
combined with national paranoia
can make victims of hundred of
thousands of us.
We were slaves in Egypt and
gained our liberty. In the spirit of
Passover, let us resolve not to be
slaves in a land whede freedom
long has flourished.
I London City
Men's Shop
63 East Flagler St.
379-4806
IN. DAVIS &
COMPANY.
JEWELERS
-312 SEYBOLD BUILDING
36 N. E. 1st STREET
Phone 358-2485
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florist inc.
1901 B. N.E. 167th St.
North Miami Beach
Phone 945-9611
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FOR YOUR NEAREST
DEALER CALL:
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220 23rd St. off Collins
Phone 531-6814
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New Israoli Gift Department
Phone 538-0409
532 LINCOLN ROAD MALL 211 E. FLAGLER STREETl
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PHONE 373-8445
TO ALL A HAPPY PASSOVER

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538-8721
JOE and HARRY COHEN
FEDERAL PACKING COMPANY
wish to extend Holiday Greetings
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333 ARTHUR GODFREY ROAD
MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
Phone 531-5568
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SERVING SOUTH FLORIDA
FOR OVER FOUR DECADES
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All Our Friends and Customers
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1481 M.W. 20th Street, mmtm
Phone635 7981
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100 South Miami Avenue Phone 685-5611
11211 South Dixie Hwy. 238-2181
698 N.E. 167th Street 947-6521
A Happy Passover To All .
IN LOVING REMEMBRANCE
OF
OUR PARENT FOUNDERS
MR. & MRS. JACOB RABINOWITZ
Mr. and Mrs. David Rabinowitz
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rabinowitz
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Goldstein
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A Happy Passover To All .
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2519 N.W. 2nd AVENUE, MIAMI, FLORIDA
Ph. 635-0130 Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cooperman
-----------------------HOLIDAY GREETINGS
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2206 N.W. 7th AVENUE SMALL JOBS OUR SPECIALTY
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Phone 379-6163 "Serving Miami Since 1917"
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Phone: 373-1466 R.Cruz Pina, Pres.
A HAPPY PASSOVER
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