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

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
April 21, 1972

Subjects

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
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Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County
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Preceded by:
Jewish unity
Preceded by:
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Succeeded by:
Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper

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' ^Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
lume 45 Number 16
Miami, Florida Friday. April 21, 1972
Three Sections Price 2'Jc
New Weapons For Israeli Defense
TEL AVIV (JTA) Israel's
pfense forces last week an-
Dunc*d the incorporation of
American Lockheed Her-
cules CC-103 into its ranks.
The giant, $4 million military
transport plance can carry 92
soldiers or 64 paratroopers or 74
jtutlent Representatives Participate
WASHINGTON, D.C. Over 100 student representatives from
i major campuses are participating in the annual policy conference
the American Israel Public Alfairs Committee, which opened this
ek at the Shoreham Hotel here.
solidarity Day Response 'Tremendous'
NEW YORK (JTA)Richard Maass, chairman of the Na-
tional Conference on Soviet Jewry, reports that "the response to
lolidarity Sunday for Soviet Jewry has boon tremendous in com-
punittes across the country, Individuals and organizations are mo-
lili/ing to demonstrate their concern on April 30 for the problems
,: Soviet Jews." An intensive drive to collect signatures on a peti-
)ii urging Presic'ent Nixon to include the issue of Soviet Jewry on
H agenda when he meets with Soviet leaders in Moscow next
nonth has been going on for several weeks.
| wish Organization Run By KGB
COPENHAGEN (JTA)The Swedish Committee for Soviet
sews riaims that a recently formed Jewish organization in Moscow
run by members of the KGB, the Soviet secret police. According
) the committee, the purpose of the organization known as 'The
opular Liberation Movement for Jews in the Soviet Union,' is
trap Jews expressing anti-Soviet ideas. The Moscow organization
pas reportedly formed last January.
p'ietlrich Bosshammer Sentenced
BONN (JTA) Friedrich Bosshammer. a former Nazi SS
Mficer who served in Adolf Eichmann's "Jewish Department," was
Sentenced to life imprisonment for the murder of 3.300 Italian Jews
W.st Berlin April 11. In passing sentence, Judge Ulrich Fitzner
lid Bosshammer, now 65, "acted in complicity with Hitler, Hiller
Ind Eichmann" in his coordination of the "Final Solution" in Italy,
[ispatchlng the 3,300 Jews to Auschwitz between February and
tune 1944. Bosshammer was convicted following testimony by more
than 203 witnesses over a period of five months, with the prosecutor
filling him an "excessive criminal" who went beyond even Eich-
nann's orders ano knew "bevond any doubt" the fate of the lews.
he defendant pleaded not guilty.
'eking Sends Message To Cairo
LONDON (JTA) Premier Chou En-lat of China has sent a
hv-ssage to the Congress of the Palestine Liberation Organization
hieeting in Cairo which reaffirms "the unfailing and resolute sup-
port of China to the Palestinians." The message, addressed to El
Fatah leader Yassir Arafat, stated: "The Palestinian people have
,- glorious tradition of struggle against imperialism. Their armed
Struggle holds aloft the banner of the fight against the imperialists
ind has dealt mighty blows to the United States, the Israeli aggres-
sors and their lackeys." The latter appeared to be a reference to
[King Hussein of Jordan.
lost Of Living Index Rises 2%
Israel's cost of living index rose by two per cent during Febu-
fary, the Central Bureau of Statistics reported. While most items
mained stable, there were steep rises in the prices of clo'hiog,
footwear and housing.
iKuehenwald Visitors Top 5,000,000
The Buchenwald Memorial Committee in West Germany an-
nounced today that more than five million persons have visited the
ite of that Nazi concentration camp since its memorial stone was
erected In 1958. Last year, there were 387,000 visitors. Some of the
visitors have been German, but many have come from the United
States, Israel and France.
Record Wheat Crop Expected
I Israel's wheat crop is expected to reach a record 270,000 tons
this year, more than 80% of the country's annual wheat cons-imp-
tion. Agriculture Minister Haim Gvati reported. The reason is the
correct distribution of rains over the course of the growing season.
stretchers, can launch pilotless
planes, and can be used as a
midair fueling station and as an
aerial command post. But its
most important characteristic
is its ability to take off from and
land on short strips, even im-
provised ones. The Hercules
transports saw action in Israel's
recent exercises in the Sinai.
A contract for construction of
three submarine's for Israel's
Friedman Cleared
Of Mismanagement
Corruption Charges
JERUSALEM (JTA) A
three-man state committee of
Inquiry has cleared Mordei hai
Friedman of all charges of mis-
management and corruption
brought against him in his ca-
pacity as managing director of
the government-owned Netivei
Neft Oil Co. drilling for ol in
the Sinai.
Mr. Friedman was clearej in
a majority report signedi by Su-
preme Court Justice Albert Vit-
kon, the committee chairman,
and one of its lay members,
Abraham Kalir, an industrialist.
The other lay member, Reserve
Maj. Gen. Meir Zorea, dissented.
The hearings lasted over four
months.
The committee was sharply
critical of Dr. David Nee, a
government geologist who had
brought the charges ranging
from bribery, theft and conflict
of interest to holc'lng orgies and
condoning immoral behavior
among oil field workers, against
Mr. Friedman. The committee
report found that Dr. Neev's
charges were grossly exagge-
rated and that his testimony
before the panel included hear-
say and gossip.
The majority reportwhich
found nothing wrong in the sale
of equipment belonging to a pri-
vate company owned by Fried-
man to a company having con-
nections with the government
and1 also refused to accept the
contention that the establish-
ment of Netivei Neft to exploit
the Sinai oil fields captured
from Egypt in 1967 was unneces-
sary because existing companies
could have done the jobwas
submitted to the Cabinet Sun-
day and immediately released
to the public.
Navy by the British Vlekers
firm is understood to have been
signed April 6. The submarines
will be small, conventional ones
of the "-coastal" variety tat the
.VM) ton-range.
Egypt mounted a diplomatic
offensive to block the contract.
According to Arab diplomats in
Ixindon, Vickers also offered
with British government aooro-
val to build submarines for
Egypt. Neither the Defense Min-
istry nor the Israeli Embassy
would comment on these reports.
An Arab League delegation
visfoted Vickers last week and
threatened a total boycott un-
less it canceled the Israeli ron-
tract. The delegation was told
that Vickers would go through
with the contract no matter
what the League might do. Sev-
eral Areb countries are negoti-
ating with Vickers for various
part bases despite the Arab
League threat.
A'so being inoornonted into
the Israeli Army is an improved
American Patton tank the
1A60-MM in addition to the
Patton 3A60-MM already in the
ranks. The improved tank is
equipped with am infraredi de-
vice that allows for waging
nighttime battles. It is also bet-
ter-protected and can cross
water obstacles to a depth of
4.11 meters (13.5 feet).
Last week the Army announc-
ed its incorporation of another
American weapon, the 175-imn
cannon. The backbone of the Is-
raeli Army Is now American-
made.
The fourth new weapon an-
nounced last week is a Czech-
h'ilt Katyusha-rocket launcher.
These units contain 32 rockets
of 130-mm caliber, all of which
can be fi-ed in a single salvo.
The launchers are mounted on
Czeeh-mad" vans called Pragas.
Both launchers and vans were
eniture' during the Six-Dey
War and used by its artillery
units.
Senate Committee Approves
$85 Million Appropriation
WASHINGTON D.C. (JTA)
The Senate Foreign Relations
Committee, voting in bare quor-
um, last week approved a bill
for the appropriation of $85 mil-
lion to aid the resettlement of
Soviet Jewish refugees in Israel
and in anv other country that
accepts them. The provision that
countries other than Israel could
apply for assistance represented
a significant departure from the
original measure sponsored by
Sen. Edmund S. Muskie (D-Me.)
The amendment was proposed
by Sen. Muskie in a communica-
tion to committee chairman J.
William Fulbright Muskie aide intimated that its
purpose was to ward off criti-
cism that funds were authorized
exclusively for Israel.
Only eight or nine of the 16
committee members attended
the voting session, and it waa
understood that Sen. Fulbright
was the only one to vote against
the measure.
Two of Israel's staunchest sup-
porters in the Senate told the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency that
they are opposed to the Muskie
bill. Sen. Henry M. Jackson (D-
Wash.t said the sum proposed is
"totally inadequate" and said he
will propose a larger sum when
the measure reaches the Senate
floor. Sen. Stuart Symington
(D-Mo.), a committee member
not present at the voting, said
he had withheld his vote because
he feared the bill could affect
military credits for Israel.
Sen. Jackson, sponsor of a hill
authorizing $250 million to help
Israel resettle the Jewish immi-
grants from the USSR, favored
the amendment that would ex-
tend such aid to countries other
than Israel.
Sen. Symington told the JTA
he thought $85 million for this
particular cause is not going to
help provide armaments for Is-
rael. "It is an unfortunate reso-
lution since it could affect arms
for Israel," he said. "My appre-
hension about this bill is based
on my desire to see Israel obtain
the arms it needs to defend it-
self, which at times has been
very difficultalthough so far it
Continued on Page 5-A
Miami Observing Solidarity Day
Solidarity Day for Freedom of
Soviet Jewry, April 30, will be
observed in a visible way in
Miami.
By this date, petitions which
have been circulated nationwide
asking President Nixon to cal'
for an end to Soviet repression
of Jews, will be delivered to
the White House. It is expected
that the President will mention
this during his May talks with
the Soviet leaders. Of the na-
tional goal of 1 million sig-
natures, 100,000 have come from
the Greater Miami area, it was
reported.
Dade County officials, a
sprinkling of state and national
office holders and representa-
tives of concerned area organi-
zations will participate in a
motorcade Sunday, April 30.
The cars will depart fiom
Miami Beach Mayor Chuck
Hall's office at 1700 Washing-
ton Ave. at 2 p.m. From there,
it will make its way up Ocean
Drive to the White House Hotel
and continue along Collins Ave.
to Sunny Isles Blvd.
The cars will then proceed to
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration Building at 4200 Bis-
cayne Blvd., where a 4 p.m.
press reception and cocktail
party is planned.
Arthur Rosichan, executive
vice president of Federation,
which is sponsoring the motoi-
cade. outlined the purpose.
"This will demonstrate com-
mitment on the part of Chris-
tian ant; Jewish organizations
and political representatives to
the principle of religious free-
dom," Mr. Rosichan said. "Wl
arc concerned with freedom of
expression for Soviet Jews, and
all repressed minorities within
the U.S.S.R.," he added.
"Statements will be made at
the reception on behalf of So-
viet Jewry," Robert Russell
president of the Federa-
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\DL Urges Adoption of New jTemple Beth El To
* n- : ri^ iMark Anniversary
Anti-Discriniinaiion miles .... ,,h
The Etorida office of the Anti-
i'l'ianialion League of B'nai B'rith
has Mgked thr- Di\issstV of *wrMa
Land Sales to adopt new regula-
tions which would bar discrimina-
tion in the advertising and --ale*
of land for residential use, AOL
executive committee chairman
Burton Young said. The League
iim.C the request of the Division
of Land Sates "because of jom-
idainis we have received and in-
jomiation developed through our
own inquiries, which point to dis-
criminatory practices against po-
tential purchasers who are Jew-
ish." Mr. Young added.
The complaints API. has re-
ceived generally Involve th.- ad-1
vertialng of some land develop-'
mi nt operations, which is appar-
ently designed to discourage lews
from making inquiry, or has tin
effect of doing so, Mr. Young saM.
In one recent case, APL had tiled
s complaint with the Federal De- ;
partmenl o: Housing and Urban
Development, charging a companj
with violating provisions of the
Civil Rights Act of L967 in ad-
vertising residential propertj foi
gale "for Christian people."
In its request, the ADL iske.i
the Division of Lanil Sals to
adopt as pai ol its regula'lons
vant languagi from the 196H
Small Business Seminar Set
A Small Business Seminar, free
and o|)en to the public, will b- |
held at th( University of Miami
on May 2 and U\. Tlie public serv-
ice program is sponsored by the
Florida Institute of Certified Pub-;
lie Accountants, the L'-M de-
partment of accounting and Pivi-
-ion of Continuing Education, with
the cooperation of the Miami of-
fice of the Small Business Adminis-
tration.
Civil Rights Act, which prohibits
discrimination in the advertising
or sale fTPIioifi^ng"* -vaeant :and
for residential use. Florida law,!
which created the Pivision of Laiuil
Sales, giws it the authority to
past now "reasonable rules" i'l its
area of jurisdiction, APL not.'d.
The new regulations we have
suggested are both reasonable md
thoroughly consistent with the |
public policy of the State of Flor-
ida, which has no tolerance for any
discrimination," Mr. Young said.
George Bernstein, chairman of;
ADL's Discrimination Committee,
said that the League is currently
investigating seven! complaints
from Jewish persons regarding ]
discrimination against them in the
sale ol condominium apartments. j
Mr. Bernstein said API. la con-
cerned over the Increasing num
her of such complaints it has re-
ceived during the past several
months. 'Where appropriate we
shall assist persons In bringing I
Federal charges against those who
engage In such discrimination nnd
we are also exploring tvmedi .- at
the state level." he declared.
The Anti-Defamation Leag'ie of
B'nai B'rith, founded in 191 I
one "I the nation's oldest nun I
relation- organizations.
Temple Beth El Brotherhood
will celebrate the 24th anniver-
tarj of Israel's independence at 8
p.ni. Wednesday in the temple's
Tobiji Auditorium according to
Charles Wolfe, president.
The program will feature three '
new pri/e-winning color films of
the Holy Land, and a film featur-
ing the Vienna Philharmonic Or-
chestra and guest stars, Armanda
Chirot, Christine Maclntyre. Tan-
dy McKenzie and Alice Avakian
as well as Metropolitan Stars Jan
l'eerce and N'adine Conner singing
arias from Don Pasquale and Lu-
cia de Lammennor.
The event is open to the public;
proceeds will go to the Israel
Youth Pilgrimage Scholarship
Fund.
CCAR Elects Rabbi Jaffe
Dr. Samuel Z. Jaffe, spiritual
leader ol Temple Beth El, Hi !y-
wood. has been elected to the
national executive board of tl3J
Central Conference of Am"
Rabbis as representative ol Southeast Council of the C.C.A.R.
Dr, Jaffe was also appointed i
man of the United Jewish Apjieel
for the Southeast R gion of tin
c.c A R it was reported.
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Do you have furniture, appliances, bedding,
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Law Would Threaten Future
Of Kashruth, Rabbi Reports
The Rabbinical Association ofj
livatcr Miami issued a statement '
fcis week calling attention to th
i-wish community of a very seri- i
ins situation that could threaten
fee future of Kashruth in this
puntry.
The call was issivd In the, rvyno
the Association by its president
labbi Eugene Labovitz of Temp]
|er Tamid.
'There is currently an at', mpt
i>ins made in the United State.-
tongress to amend the Federal j
pumane Slaughtering Act by re-
irlng that any animal slaugh
cred in accordance with the Jew-
ph ritual must Ik- designated en-
]y for this purpose and no part
li.'ivof can be used for non-
jher [>urposes," Rabbi Labovitz
.'inn ted.
This means that for all practi-
cal purposes the hind quarters of
\;\\'\ animals would go to wast
Jed could not be sold or disposed
in any other way for nrofit.
Hie hind quarters which Kasiuuth-
jibs< rving Jgjws do not eat, could
not lie sold. Any animal found
"treifah" tnon-kosheri after
ilaughtering, a frequent occur-
pnee, also coulr not be sold.
'It is obvious that no Kosher
Slaughter bouse could exist u:ider
these conditions and that no on-
pumer could afford the prior of
o-hrr meat which would at .'east
(quadruple under these rcstric'ions.
HI it could be made available
|.it all," the rabbi added.
"Regardless of one's personal
--. all wni agree that this
would he an infraction of the
[rights of all individuals de-.iii4
\.\ i Iwr to I-. and a \ lolation o.
one's religious consci nee. it is I
(imperative that every Jew contact
1'iis i onKressman, and the members
il ih,> House ComrpHteo of Agri-
culture to voice objection to th.'
|]'a-saep of this legislation. The
opjiosition. represented by human
societies, friends of animals, etc..
has already begun its letter writ-
ing campaign in favor of this leg-
islation, at the rate of 200 letters
a day," the Rabbinical Associa-
tion president reported.
Those who should be contact.- i
immediately are Congressman
Kenneth J. Gray, who introduced
the amendment; Congressman
Graham Purcell, chairman of the
Subcommittee on Livestock and
Grain, anc" Congressman W. R.
Poage, chairman of the House
Committee on Agriculture. In al:
communications reference should
be made to the offending I rgiB-
lative proposal by its proper des-
ignation, namely: Section (b) of
'the tit; mis;. Introduced by Don-
grcssman Kenneth .1. Gray.
The Congressmen listed above
I and members of the House Com-
mittee on Agriculture may be
addressed in care of the House
Committee on Agriculture. 1301
j Longworth Building. Wash':;, .ion
D.C. 20515.
Rabbis arc being aske i to (ub-
licize this as widely as possible
; through pulpit announcements and
j bulletin publications, Rabbi Lab-
ovitz said. "Time if of essence."
lie added. "Urgent and immediate
action is required if this offending
legislative proposal is to be pre-
vented from becoming law."
Pallot Elected To
2nd 3-Year Term
Attorney-banker E. Albert Pal-
lot was elected to a second three-
year term as chairman of 15'nai
B'rith's Commission on Commu-
nity an.' Veterans' Services at Its
annual meeting in Washington.
D.C, last week.
The commission ado.: red a res-
olution urging the U.S. Senate to
reconsider a bill it defeated last
month by a vote of 4(5-42 which
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The e nniii'sion also endorsed i
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In stat. prisons, and called lor im-
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Teen Department Sponsors
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Theme: Defeat And Victory
April has become a particularly significant month in
the modern calendar of Jewish observance. It is in thic
month that we mourn the six million martyred by the Nazis
in World War IL We also hail the heroes of the Warsaw
G.-.erto fcr their brrrve resistance la "-he Hitler crrrrrv in. :
fight doomed to defeat, believing as Martin Buber has
wr.rten. that the true history of man is not composed oi
sterile victories but of fruitful defeats."
Defeat and victory are the theme as 'nig week marks
the 24th anniversary of the State of Israel for out of the
sorrows end defects of almost 2.000 yecrs of exile has romn
the miraculous victory of a Jewish state that thrives despite
the many obstacles placed in the wav of its survival
There is. as president Robert Russell of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation wrote last week, a mood which is
a mixture of courage and concern on this anniversary. But
mis has been the millenial Jewish mood and, thus, as we
salute Israel on this 24th anniversary we also salute the
Jewish people for the courage and concern which has kept
us alive end brought us to this happy day.
New Law Is A Forward Step
Without much fanfare, a bill amending the Civil
Rights Act of 1964 to provide protection to Sabbath ob-
servers has been signed into law by President Nixon.
No lenger may an employer in interstate commerce
more than 25 employees), or public agencies, refuse to hire
an applicant merely because religious obligations require
the person to deviate from uniform work rule* The krw
also provides protection for observant Jews whose religious
practices and beliefs require them to wear religious objscts,
such as the yarmulke. The new law may not be "the Migna
Carta of religious liberty in America." as some enthusiasts
claim, but it is a step forward step to be welcomed.
Women's Lib And Jewish Tradition
We are now discovering the* religious feminists are
not unique to Christian churches. A New York group has
organized under the name of "Errat Nashim" to demand
from the Conservative movement full equality cf women
and men and equal opportunity to express themselves
spiritually and intellectualiy in the synagogue.
Among the women's grievances are that they may
not be rabbis or ccntors. may not be counted tawed a
minyan. often must sit apart from men in synagogues,
are not considered for elected leadership of congregat-ons
and so on. While Reform synagogues have met most of
these objections the first woman rabbi will be ordained
at the Hebrew Union College in June and there are c
number of women congregational presidents throughout
the country the fact is that Jewish women have not had
as prominent a voice in congregational leadership as
their dedicated support would indicate they deserve. How
women's fib will fit into Jewish tradition is a question that
may have to be answered soon, ct least by the Conserva-
tive movement
Philadelphia Story Deserves Study
An mtriguing approach to the problem of tension be-
tween Jews and ghetto dweOers. black and Puerto Riran.
is being made in Philadelphia During the past 18 morths.
a total of 21 Jewish-owned business enterprises in that
dry's slum areas have been sold to the people who hve
there.
The project which resulted from concern over the high
rates of crime against Jewish shops and the need to deve-lor
self-help programs, has received fee cooperation of city
state and federal agencies, and the Jewish Communiry
Relations Council. While there has been Hnle trouble
in the Greater Miami area, the Philadelphia story is one
which deserves more study.
MATTER OF FACT
WASHINGTONBattles be-
ing battles, it is always foHj
forecast the outcome until the
last shot has been fired. In the
hope of getting a better notion
of the climactic tatties of the
Vietnamese war. this reporter
mill shortly be going there.
BY ANY TEST, it is already
time to say that the cents of
the last few day*, have proved
the I -ccess of Pres-
ident Nixon's Vietnamization
program. Vietnamization's suc-
cess, of course, may not be
enough to prevent the South
fcv JOSEPH ALMIP
Vietnamese arm;.
/or the North V: "_[
vaders. Vietnarruza-
is already proving
ly heavy handicap.
This lesson is clear from m |
things as well as big. Since the
small things are more bunas in
scaie. so to say. let u start wit,
them. Let us start, in fact, with
an astonishing fight tr.at took
place in a little hamlet 5o.Jtn 4
Quang Tri city on Apr!
NO MAY NOT be >o astoo.
ished by this fight; ;. j ,a experience of 20 and ~ ore prey !
ious visits to Vietnam. But tha
reporter can well remember the
long years when rr. it South
Vietnamese villages : ..;j he
taken by a couple of N rth Viet,
namese soldiers with -.:;.- one
hand grenade to *Kl
them.
The hamlet Gfjaaj.
Tri city was ins- i:j
by a full-strength c rr par.y of
North Vietnamese 5 a ; ;-:
...h are suppuse-i 1 be the
rr.ost carefully picked nd
trained troops
army. The sapper im-
aged to get in unob*-
ing the night and t
into (rood defers: \-: posi: In
- was to cut Higr 1
the old TMieet "'".--
THE PRESENCE :r
let of the intruding N rth
namese sapper
promptly reportedas 1 n as
it was discoveredto the local
militia, the ao-eaSed
Continued Oa Pace -A
L'nited States of Americathe
powers of tradition have eat
into a holy alliance to r._-
and exorcise this >;?
Orthodox Rabbinate and 5
era Baptists. Dave Smith and
Shir ley Spe Herbert Ir
al Socialists and FBI agents.
The history of a^ hitherto
existing society is the history
:-f sex struggles. Adam and Eve.
Caesar and Cleopatra. Franklin
and Eleanor. Norman Mailer and
Germaine Greer. in a word, op-
trr-5>:r av oppreBKS' Itooc :-
constant opposition to one an-
other, carried on an uninter-
rupted, now hidden now open
fight, a fight that each
ended, either in a revolutionary
reconstirution of society at Large.
or in the common ruin of the
struggling sexes.
AS THE Equal Rights Amer.d-
ment circulates through the leg-
islatures of the 30 states. I get
the impression that up-dating
the Communist Manifesto of
1848 requires but a few- changes
of words to describe the fear in
certain circles in 1972.
In the Florida House of Re-
presentatives only one brave
soul voted against ratification
of the ERA and he has become
a minor national figure, as be
told an appreciative audience at
the male chauvinistic Tiger Bav
Club last week. Rep. David
Smith of Broward County an
improbably handsome figure
who looks as if he stepped out
of one of John Tiara's novels
and sounds like something out
of the A*e of McKinley. is the
dartaag of those who want their
women to stay "cuddly and loss-
able- rather than hairy-chested.
IF THAT were all, one could
-
os ratifkao"
in .s
-
ahhouj that teem
. ter.
one rs -.-:
' -" rthodox Jewish or-
noncem
-'' :^ '"-- '. ::' .-.fr : .. ",'-
ers rr.;.- ... fl
-- :- .- '.- II My .-. -
beer, loyal to George III c
Re ..-. in ad-
dition to the conuemi bar
counterpart. Rep. Smith ex-
BCS. atC i -
Equal Rafhta Amende
*-'- .: a :are
between homose.xuais. I guess
; tear. too. And the fear
rne of the Ortho-
a fear he
dox rat-binatr :.- hcsbb tatxed
public rest rooms as a possible
result of the 27th Amendment.
many otherwise
reasonable men.
H.: when he views the Wom-
ent as part of
the sociahst or Communist con-
->-. he is not only ignorant
of the fact that much of the
r-:;.-a: left also opposes the
Arr.eaiment. but also revealing
the narrow and reactionary
----'ilessness of some of the op-
ptBattOa.
I FIND naKk of the Move-
ment, if I can mix the language,
almost frivolous in its ser.
ness. misunderstanding both the
Issues really involved in Wom-
en's Lib and the mood of the
American people. But it should
aiso be understood that for
even.- Bern- Friedan there is a
Gloria Steinem or. locally, for
bv EDWARD COHES
poutxal boo-boo th
etJ mak:r
Take Mrs SoeUerberg
half of the oppositi-
' it might threaten
ligious freedom."'
are barred as rabbis,
from equal job oppor*
svnagogues. and ban
ta men in the lyuagug Th<
mention of a fanakdaar
ual morahty because
ter was seen by a -a-
live and Reform spokes- n a
a gross affront to -
majority of religious "
America to suggest
of us who permit mixed -
are catering to immoral:; B-t
I doubt the reality of these Or-
thodox fears when it comes to
religious practices s.
elimination of the daii
tion and prayer of than;-..- I God
"that you have not crea: I rne a
woman" by the govern
as. I suppose, the Orth
seeking aid for their
schools through public rands
doubt the reality of most of my
fears that such supp '" -'
ultimately lead to state **
ance over religion.
Those of us sympathetic to the
major thrust of women's rib-
eration, aware that a nation in
which 40* of the working force
is composed of women .v-vare,
too. that our society
throes of major change rec-
ognize that only in I [*
which acknowledges the -';"">'
and humanity of r, <
any individual be free. It i-5 0I
particular significarK-e to n*
that the major oppositi
Equal Rights Amendmen- .*
from people whose actions a
history deny this fundamental
concept.
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iday, April 21, 1972
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Rosen Elected
28th President
1] lder Arnold Rosen was rwhich was highlighted by a deci-
I ; the 28th-president of-TeM-sion to renovatfe' Trfe *45-year-old
I : srael of Greater Miami at the | sanctuary as part ot the 50th an-
niversary observance, were Wil-
liam Siegel, honorary trustee;
Nathan S. Gumenick, Kobert Rus-
sell, Jack Schillinger, Stanley G.
Tate, Eli Timoner, vice presidents:
Kart L. Cohen, secretary; Nathan
B. Rood, treasurer; Mrs. Leopold
L. Schwartz, assistant treasurer;
and Ilerschel V. Gieen, financial
secretary.
Two-year trustees are William
Binder, Marvin Bransdof, Rich-
ard Furman, Max Goldhoff, Jack
Gordon, Thomas L. Green, Jerome
Kipnis, Anthony Lane, Mrs. Irene
Sands and Earl Wiener.
JWV National Commander
Reports To Secretary Laird
WASHINGTON, D.C. When
National Commander Jerome D.
Cohen met with Secretary of De-
fense Melvin Laird recently, the
JWV leader reported on his exten-
sive trip ann survey of NATO,
SHAPE, the Sixth Fleet and the
Middle East.
Mr. Cohen urKecl the Secretary
to consider the use of liberty ports
such as Haifa in the eastern Med-
iterranean as a substantial morale
booster for U.S. naval personnel,
and the Defense Chief reviewed
the priorities in U.S. defense
Strategy and defense management
for the National Commander in
n sponse to his comments on the
state of naval weaponry and the
morale of military personnel.
Senate Committee Approves
$85 Million Appropriation
Continued from Page 1-A
has iieen'Tfffccr-sWuT -ana has al-
ways had my strong support."
Sen. Jaeoli K. .lavits (R-N.Y.),
one of the original cosponsors of
the Muskie bill, which lxst week
had 4~> cosponsorK in the Senate,
led the flyht for approval of the
measure at the April 12 session
of the Foreign Relations Com-
mittee, which Sen. Muskie did
not attend. It was understood
that a majority of those voting
for the bill acted to attach it to
the Slate Deparment's budget
authorisation bill for fiscal 1978,
which Ix-gins July 1.
A bill identical to the original
Muskie measure is still before a
Hp.use subqonjmttee Dandling
State Department appropria-
ations. chaired by Rep. Wayne
L. Hays (D-O.) The Hays sub-
committee is expected to ap-
prove the measure, which is
sponsored by Reps. Jonathan
Bingham (D-N.Y.) and Seymour
Halpern (R-N.Y.).
Retirees Meeting Tuesday
Retirees of New York Di<:irict
65 ill meet at 1 p.m. Tuesday at
American Savings & Loan Associa-
tion 12C0 Alton Rd., Miami Beach,
Fla.
ARNOLD ROSEN
Dth annual meeting of the pio-
pi South Florida Reform Jew-
sj t.agogue.
I Mr, Rosen, president of F & R
Lilders and executive vice pres-
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[torney Martin Fine at the helm
the 1900-family congregation,
ke largest south of New York
Ity.
|\Vhi.e not a native of Florida.
r. Rosen has 'x-en a memlv?r of
pmple Israel through his family
is the son of Mrs. Carrie
Dsen and the late N. A. Rosen
nee 1935, and is a graduate of
jiami Beach High School and the
diversity of Florida. During
rid War II. he served as a
lutenant in the U.S. Navy.
JPrior to his election as pres-
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parti of Trustees, and as treas-
er and vice president.
[Also elected at the meeting.
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rominent Leaders, Celebrities Appearing At ZOA Dinner
Ruth And Jack Popick To Be Honored
At The ZOA Annual Dinner Aprib30
Irving Lehrman,' national
president of the Zionist Or-
hization of America, announced
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KITH and JACK POPICK
\{ Rut 1. and Jack Popick will
five the 1972 Louis D. Brandeis
Unitarian Award at the ZOA
|iner on Sunday evening, April
at the Deauville Hotel. Mr.
pick, philanthropist and promt*
at community leader, was re-
cently elected president of the
Jewish Home for Aged of Greater
Miami. Mr. and Mrs. Popick served
on the Board of Governors of the
American Friends of the Hebrew
University and have given excep-
tional leadership and support to
the Technion in Haifa, Yeshiva
University and the Jewish Theolo-
gical Seminary of America.
Ruth and Jack Popiek's deep
commitment and concern in the
field of education arc long stand-
ing. A vice president of Temple
Kmanu El, Mr. Popick is also a
member of the Hebrew Academy's
executive committee and the ex-
ecutive committee of the Histad-
rut Council of South Florida. He
has served as cochairman of the
National Conference of the Am-
erican H i s t a d r u t Development
Foundation, and is a past vice
president of (he Zionist Council of
South Florida.
Mr. Popick. past president of
Mechanics Uniform Service, has
served on the Board of Greater
Miami J e w i s h Federation, the
Board of Israel Investors Corpora-
tion and is a founder' of irfiaTr
B'rith Foundation. Ho was a mem-
ber of the President's Committee
to Aid the Handicapped, and was ;
the recipient of the Mark A. Light
Award.
The Zionist Organization of Am- i
erica fosters understanding and :
mobilized public opinion in the con- '
tinning struggle to safeguard Is-
; reel's s c c u r i t y and economic I
growth. It conducts a broad pro- ;
gram of Zionist and Hebrew edu-
, cation aimed at a meaningful Jew-1
- ish life in the United states. The :
'/A 'A spurs Israel's development ;
through the encouragement of I
t Western aliya. promotion of pri- !
I vate investments and maximum
material assistance I)..- spearhead' <
I ing the major fund raising efforts
for Israel. It further strengthens ;
] American-Israel tics through its :
major projects in Israel- the Kfar j
Silver Agricultural and Mollie
Goodman Academic High Schools
near Ashkclon, and the wide-
spread cultural and educational
programs of the ZOA House in Tel
Aviv.
. "The establishment
of the State of Israel is
both a glorious pinnacle
of Jewish historic achievement and a necessity
for Jewish survival, and its defense and develop-
ment are equally necessities for Jewish survival.
. "The State of Israel was the creation of the
Zionist movement, but it belongs to all Jewry.
In order that it should be more than merely
verbal formulation, the Jewish people generally
and American Jewry in particular, must assume
the full range of those responsibilities which
deserve the epithet 'Zionist.'
. "It is in this spirit that I wish you success in
the implementation of the Zionist Drive, and that
I associate myself and my colleagues in the
Government of Israel with your endeavors."
Prime Minister of Israel
Dr. Irving Lehrman
Honorary Chairman
Irving Lehrman. National i lay, April 30th, at the Deauville
Piesident Of the Zionist Or- Hotel. Dr. Lehrman. spiritual lead-
nation of America, will be the er of Temple Kmanu El, whose
Congregation established a Chair
i in American Jewish History in his
honor at The Jewish Theological
Seminary of America, is President
ol the Synagogue Council of Am-
erica, honorary president of the
Rabbinical Associat ion of the
Southeast Region and past pres-
ident of the Rabbinical Associa-
tion of Greater Miami.
Joseph Cohen Dinner Chairman
Dr. Lehrman was past chairman
of Greater Miami Combined Jew-
ish Appeal and hoard member of
Greater Miami Jewish Federation;
immediate past chairman of the
United Jewish Appeal National
Rabbinic Advisory Council and
member of Executive Committee
National U.J.A. He is a member
of the President's Commission on
Obscenity, Pornography, and Ag-
ing. He is chairman of the board
kary Chairman of the ZOA governors Of the State of Israel
eater Miami Dinner on Sun- Ponds
lK. IRVING LKIIKMAN
Joseph Cohen, outstanding Zion-
ist anil one of Florida's foremost
religious, educational and com-
munity leaders will lie chairman of
the Annual ZOA Dinner honoring
Ruth and Jack Popick on Sunday
evening. April 30th. at the Deau-
ville Hotel, according to Sidney
Raymond, national vice president
of the Zionist Organization of Am-
erica.
Mr. Cohen, a founder and Vice
president of the Greater Miami
Hebrew Academy, la actively in-
volved in the leadership of both
the State of Israel Bonds and the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
He is a past president of the Jew-
ish National Fund Council of
South Florida and is also a life
member of Brandeis University,
and a founder of Ml. Sinai Hospi-
tal. He is also past president of
Miami Beach's largest Synagogue,
Temple Kmanu El, and a founder
of its oldest Congregation, Beth
Board of Federal Packing Con -
pany, has indicated that his great*
est ambition is to further Jewish
education both in his home eon -
munity and In Israel
A prime supporter of education-
al institutions in Israel, ranging
from Boys Town of Jerusalem to
its universities and Yeshlvot, Mr.
Cohen insures a growing nation in
which such educational Institutions
may flourish, by being in the rare-
front of those providing new in-
vestment capital for the State of
Israel, both public and private.
The purpose Of Ibis event is In
secure scholarship aid for the Agri-
cultural High School, Kfar Silver
near Ashkelton. Israel. This pro-
ject of the Zionist Organization of
; America is a memorial tribute
Jacob. Mr. Cohen has also served the late Dr. Abba Hillel Silver.-It
as president of the Bureau of Jew- ;s t|1(. only Israel high school char-
ish Education of Greater Miami tered bj the Board -if Regents "i
for four years. j the University of the State ot New
Mr. Cohen, chairman of the York.
JOSEPH COHEN
George Jessel Entertains
Sidney Raymond, national! April 30th, at the Deauville Hotel.
dent of the Zionist Or-; George Jessel, has long been a
cation of America, announced champion of Israel. He has made
numerous appearances over the
pas) years which has helped
preserve the security of Israel and
its people. An added feature in
the evening's entertainment will
be the outstanding singer, Errol
Dante, who has appeared at the
most fashionable clubs, as well as
an accompanist pianist who will
be playing during the champagne
reception and dinner.
Mortimer May
Toastmaster
Jacques Torczyner Speaker
ri~*
n
(iKORGK JESSEL
ai George Jessel, famous r.tage
screen personality, will make
' appearance at the annual
A Dinner honoring Ruth and
kk Popick on Sun Jay evening,
The ZOA Annual Dinner
to be held on Sunday eve-
ning, April 30th, Deauville
Hotel, will be preceded by a
Champagne R e c e p t i o n at
5:30 p.m. Dress will be op-
tional. The cost will be $15
per person. Reservations can
lx> made by calling the ZOA
Office at 531-1371. The pub-
lic is cordially Invited.
MOKTIMKK MAY
Mr. Mortimer May, past national
president of the Zionist Organiza-
tion of America, will preside as
toastmaster at the annual ZOA
dinner, April 30 at the Deauville
Hotel, honoring Ruth and Jack
Popick.
He is a nationally known leader
in Jewish and civic philanthropic
and educational community < nter-
prises, a past chairman of the
national ZOA executive commit-
tee, former president of the South-
eastern Zionist Region and honor-
ary president for lite.I'D. ADV.
Mr. Mortimer May, past nation-
al president of the Zionist Organ- ;
i/ation of America, announced that
lacqucs Torczyner, chairman of
'.he ZOA Administrative Board
iv ill be the guest speaker at the
ZOA dinner on Sunday evening,
April 30th, at the Deauville Hotel.
Mr. Torczyner has served live con-
secutive terms as prcsidi nt of the
ZOA. and is one of the shining ,
Zionist lights of our day. Few men
have a more intimate knowledge
of the Zionist movement and of
the problems and currents in Jew-
ish life throughout the world. Mr.
Torczyner speaks not as an ob-
seiver but as one who plays an
active i,,le in the S li a ping of
events.
Mr. Torczyner has written and
lectured extensively on all sub-
jects concerning Z i o n i s in and
' world Jewry. He has also spoken
out on issues facing the American
' Jewish community and especial!)
its relationship with the Black
' .-(immunity.
Born and educated in Belgium,
where his father was President of
the Belgian Zionist Federation.
Mr. Torczyner's life story is virt-
ually a recital of leadership and
service in the cause of Israel, Zion-
ism and the Jewish people.
Mr. Torczyner has been a dele-
rate to every World Zionist Con-
gress since 1916. anil is one of the
founders and a copresident of the
World Union of General Zionists
and chairman of its Executive
Committee, lie is also a member
>f the Executive of the Wort I
Zionist Organization iAmeric?.n
Section. Following ihi- establish-
ment of the State ol Israel, he
was appointed to the historic Rif-
klnd Committee e h a r e d it I
evaluating Hie new role of the
Zionist Movement in the ..He -
math of Jewish statehood.
Mr. Torczyner is General Mai -
Bger of the Real Estate Participa-
tion in [srael, a company asso-
ciat d v ith one of Israel's largest
building and development com-
panies.
JACQl'ES TORCZYNER
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Levy, Haiman Named To UJA
Young Leadership Cabinet
Temple Beth Am Hosting
Bonds Dinner April 29
H*> \jf.y and h*err
to lisj
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Mp HVpoiled Um naa of Hm
T*%x/rAi forces: and they a_v>
had grenade launchers to stria*
at h* upper company's em-
^acemenu. In the end. > 60
North Vietnamese sappers had
teeti kStad sad a young boy .iad
fjrrennere^. So tne story ended.
KMKMBKK the as9Ma did
the *hoJe >* Remember, too.
that the peopie of the rjf mom
harr.>t on Higrr*ay One were
certainly among those *ho used
to make the Street Without
Joy" so exceptionally joy leas in
the Frery.h ti.T*. P.-
also, the New York Times re-
portsurely dependable, given
the resulting contradiction of so
many previous Times reports
of the bitter resentment of the
-t Vietnamese invasion by
ur.p> people in South Vietnam,
iike the peasants of that ham-
let on Highway One.
You can see, then, why the
Vietnamization program must
now be counted a remarkable
however the fighting
out between the South
and North Vietnamese armies.
The little thing, above described,
leads on directly to the big
thing The big thing is the sim-
ple fact that the North Viet-
namese army is now carrying
the burden almost alone.
HERE AGAIN, the contrast
with the past is startling, to put
it midly. At Tet. in 1968, the
point battalions in all the at-
tacks on all the cities and towns
of South Vietnam were Viet
Cong battalions rather than
North Vietnamese battalions. In
that fighting, in truth, the na-
tive Viet Cong of South Vietnam
carried the main burden.
This time, instead, Hanoi has
repeatedly sent frenzied, even
shrill commands to the Viet
Cong leaders in the provinces to
'"get with the program" say in the US. Army). But the
Viet Cong in the provinces, so
far as they still survive, have
in most cases ignored or defied
Hanoi's orders.
THE NEAREST thing to a
sign of serious guerrilla activity
of the old type has been the
series of petty attacks on out-
posts and district towns in the
extreme south. But investigation
reveals that what has really
been happening in the delta
provinces much more resembles
the rattle of firecrackers than
a serious Viet Cong attempt to
stage a "general uprising." A
high proportion of the attacks,
even in the delta provinces, have
also been staged by North Viet-
namese regulars.
In sum, the guerrilla support
that used to be Hanoi's most
invaluable asset has now proved
an asset that has three-quarters
wasted away. In contrast. Viet-
namization's success has been
proved by the vigorous and
tough reaction of the South
Vietnamese militia units, even
against the North Vietnamese
troops who were once so feared.
But that much being said, the
all-important outcome of the
main battles must still be
awaited.
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- PI frktensty He and his srM
Mi partieipaseri ti -
Beacri hatel Yoang Leadership Urminm :j Is-
rael aad tar", fear p.rv3p:d on
enaaraaaa < fee 1972
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treasurer
Temp* Beth Am will host ar. Leonard rd (
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ag. AarC 29. at the Foauuce- the State of Isra-
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the part -.' the >-.-.-? A.-
Jew. It is indeed eneo
The Young Leadership Cat n
represents more thar. I", KM : -
leaders across the eountrj I
Israel, retreats. natVona! and t*-
g.onal conferences ir. otdef
focus on and stimulate e
ment to the needs of :
the world over.
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named to the Great-: M
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laincv- Advisory Board The Chap-
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Rabbi Solomon Schiff. who m ~
those not affiliated v.-::h a con-'
grezation. Leo I
man of the board.
Mr. Moodres, general chairman
of the Forte Towers CJA-IEF
from 19*5*5 to 1971 i pa=-
president of the B'nai B*rith Mac-
cabee Lodge and found
dent of the Forte Towers Men
( .- He l; a naembi i at the board
of trustees of the South Florida
Council of B'nai B'rith Lodge;
and is or. the executive commit-
tees of the Hillel advisory boarc
aid B'nai B'rith Youth Organiza-
tion.
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Xnisli nerUHan
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Miami Observing Solidarity Day
('fiiiliiuii'd from Pajje 1-A
tion explained. 'This is an op-
portunity for our religious nti
secular leaders to get on the rec-
ord and air their commitment
to rclicious freedom. This trnn.
I scends political boundaries. Rfl
'igiou freedom is a biunan
right," he declared.
In addition, public solidarity
meetings have been held to give
vnt to community sentiment.
Earlier in the week, 200 womeii
gathered outside Beth Toi ab
Congregation in North Miami
Beach to protest repression ol
Soviet Jewry. A similar deni .ri-
stration is slated Monday, Aj-n'.
24 at the University of Mia:in
MAYSHIl FR!IDBRG
Greatest Need Is For
Additional Volunteers
Vou couldn't teach 90-ycir-old
blayshie Fricdberg any new tricks
laliout raising funds for Jewish
nnd community charities. He's used
Ithem all; in English. Russian and
(Yiddish from small Russian vil-
lages to his Lenox Avenue home
|ba.se.
He began as a small boy in Rus-
Isia when he followed his mother
from :'oor to door as she collected
(the equivalent of pennies for |>eo-
Ic in need.
So when he fixes you with a
BStare and tells you to 'give until
|it hurts" he means business. He's
rsonally responsible for raising
Ihundreds of thousands of dollars
|for charity.
Mr. Friedberg is active in a
string of organizations that i? al-
nosl tiring to head and in his
are time" he saturates his
ln.-i'jhborhood with CJA-IEF fly-
Id- printed at his own expense.
He was first to organize charity
|drives in eonr'ominiums and sen-
lior citizen clubs. His methods are
[simple ... he uses "anything that
works."
He volunteers his services Mon-
day through Friday from nine to
[five for Israel Bonds and devotes
[his evenings and weekends to the
[Greater Miami Jewish Federation's
|C.JA-IEF campaign.
Mr. Friedberg thinks the i;icat-
r-t need is for more volunteers.
I can find the time, I , .ny more people can." he says.
I'll you can help the CJA-IEF you
|hejp yourself. Ifs an insurance
policy for our children and grand-
I children." he added.
Each week he places an ad.
Iwhich he pays for, in The Je.vish
iFloridian. 'It tells what we need
land reaches a lot of people," he
>aid.
An electrician by trade, Mr.
I Friedberg and his Wife, Rose,
came from Boston to settle in this
area in the '40s. He is a member
of the board of governors of the !
Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
A member of the Hotel Divisor,
'or the CJA-IEF drive, he also
Organized and headed the Con-
dominium Division for the CJA-
IEF.
In addition, he has been chair-
man of the Farband Labor Zionist
Organization since 1951, chairman
of the Hotel Division of the United
Fund for the past 10 years and
is on the executive boards of the
Hebrew University of Jerusalem,
Histadrut, the Jewish .\a,i.,i....
Fund. Farband Labor Zionist, and
Paole Zion L.Z.O.
A life member of the Jewish
Home for the Aged of Miami, he
is a member of the Zionist Orga-
nization of America, Technion.
American Jewish Congress, Amer-
ican Jewish Committee and B'nai
li'rith and holds membership in
the Bureau of Jewish Education
of Greater Miami.
Mr. Friedberg is also a volun-
teer hospital visitor for the Jewish
National Fund. Farband L.Z.O.
Histadmt and Paole Zion L.Z.O.
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Friday. April 21. igjj

Precept Of Holiness
RABBI HKBBKRT BAl"M(i.\KD not to hold a grudge or to Um
Temple Beth Am vMigeance byt to love __ .-, .. .... bor 'verse 181. Indevd. we aiv
Th, HSBaa r- sating which 'x;ar- taught to love t^ stran?er as orv-
t^-flira-KHi KPdoshim-.sone ^j uerses 33.34,, a teachina
f the outstanding segmenV- 01 w-hich Is usually overlooked ifan-
our Torah If prj. because in the New Testam- r.t
? Je>us quote- "love thy neighbor.'
had of the Bib'.e.
we would sti.i
'-nouzh t'j
>ud ot a-
[nth
To be
to 1 .
Bobbi Baumgard G'xJ in i
V
the Pa:
and it is the latter teaching wtiich
ha.- become more famous.
This chapter contains my
ite vers" in the Torah. "Thou
. V -halt not curse the deaf., nor pat a
tumbling block before the- h.ind
KM shaU fear thy God. : am
th- :. ,:-\. verse 14).
There is a rr.a.-rificert 1
Tor all who live which 1- re-
ft -i in this verse. It.- thl
the .; : '-ite of the co
ti\e motif of our present society.
"For I the : .. God am it L* the essence of what we have
Holy.' (Lev 19:2. sometimes called the Jewish
Other relisior.s a! concepts of holins.s and soodiK is, ,.-ntim nt as that foun:' in ether
but Judaism uni jtiely spells 0.1 in sections of the Torah which te'J 11-
d. tail precisely h w one Ls to h to have pity on the fallen beast
come holy. For Judaism, b- big of burden of our enemy,
holy Ls not an abstract cor.cpt. ..
It is always the nd which defines Jt no cid.-nt that the con--
the content of holiness. mandment not to work on h'
The 19th chapter of LevitKUS Sabbath specifically includes t
tells as that to be holy a Ji*w must
leave the corners of his field and
the gleanings for the poor an I th
Uranirer fveme 9i. Holir.c-s ;n
- the keeping of a bargain
i bv ar oafh in the name '>f
God 1 verse 12 It involves an un-
derstanding that the ooor Labor 1 -
1 be paid his wage- imr.v di-
beast of burden. A profound r;--
>pect for everything that lives is
the essence of holiness, as Juda-
ism understands it.
Single Parents 'Farewell'
Single Parents of Miami F>aeh
i- sponsoring a "Farewoll to Bar-
ney" cocktail party Sur-.day from
ately (verse V','. The phvsi'i'iy 8:30 p.m. to midnight in the Ixjuis
for Intellectually I handicnr.r ... p-oorn 0f the Fontaine-
rr.u-t b<- h.-i->ed and not hir.'.- i i,j. au Hotel. Live music will b"
11'. Th'- courts mus i :' prided for cancin?; rr.cn mus
w,thout favorin-; a ma" he- vvf,al- ties and \ask.-t<. Si-.cV.
Df Us economic widowed or divorced men ana
(ver-e 15p. women 25-48 are invited.
This same chapv-r in-true-- Ticket price includes one drink.

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April 23
April >:i
April ;.-!
- Ch. 4. 8:30 a.m. The First Estate
R ated on Ch. 2. 6:30 p.m.)
Host: Rev. Luther C. Pierce
Ch. 10 9:30 a.m. The Jewish Worship Hour
Host: Rabbi Milton Schlin-ky, Temple A'ath
Yeshurun
- Ch. 7. 10 a.m. The Still Small Voice
Host: Rabbi David Shapiro, Temple Sinai.
I iollj wood
Topic: 'Education"
By RABBI DR. SAMl'EL i. FOX .
Why is It that the worshipper ;
bow* fSV alj, the flr*t and. the
eoossd fretn the laat btrmiag In
the main body of prayer while
standing: erect for the ether
ble^aings?
The Talmud I Berakoth 34A > !
cites this rule. The Tosafot com-
mentary advances the theory that |
whatever man does should be done
with proper measure. Even Diet}
should be expressed in proportion.
Standing erect indicates man's
dignity and instills confidence in
man telling him that he can stand
face to face with the Creator. The
position indicates II
helplessness in the face of the om-
nipotence of the Almighty. Not
bowing at all is arrogance on the
part of man because it exhibits
undue pride. Bowing for every
blessing is an undue display of
excessive piety which is likewise
considered an act of arrogance on
the !>art of man who seems to be
trying to "show off his piety.
The famous Rabbi Kook tried
to explain why it was that those
particular two blessings were
chosen for man to bow. He claimed
that the first blessing speaks of
the Patriarchs. In mentioning
them, the Jew feels somewhat
inferior to their great heroic re-
verence and. thus, he bows to
demonstrate that he is not as
:>. irthy as they were.
The other benediction at which
the worabipper bows is the bene-
diction where man gives thanl
God for the many gratuities
God has bestowed upon him. When
he realizes all the good that the
Almighty has done for him. man
feels humble and underserving and
thus bows in gratitude to the Al-
mighty's grace.
Why is it that in the l>ene-
dietion of the man body of
prayer which asks for foruive-
IH-.S, the worshipper strikes his
beartf
The Midi ash lEeclasiastes Rab-
bahi claims that one beats his
heart in such a fashion as if to
say "All Comes From The:e."
This indicates that the desire and
intent for sin comes from the feel-
ing- of the heart which man re-
grets when they lead him to sin.
'Frr-m tin- flies r >-, JTA1
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Achara i-Kedosh im
And the Lord spoke unto Moses, after the death of th
-oru of Aaron .' 'Chapters XVI-XVIII>.
DAY OF ATONEMENT: After the dehth of Naca ,
Abihu. Aaron was given a strict warning to enter the H/> y_
Holies oncej^ ear only, on the tenth day of the seventh month.
Oi: this day. atonement wa made for the sins of the coinrr.,.
1 -ity.. including the priesthood.
Two he-goats had been provided by the people for t.v .
offering, and the high priest cast lots to determine which .
to be -acrificed. He laid his hand on the head of the other ani
over which he confessed all the sins of the people, and it ..-,,
then set loose in the wilderness, symbolizing the removal
ind guilt from the community. Finally, having resumed his
jsirr.cnts. Aaron offered his own burnt-offerir..
burnt-offering of the people.
Tlie commanc'ment was given for the anniversary
.-erv.d permanently as a n-.o>t solemn Sabl
-her of the house of Israel was to afflict hi
- V im Hakippurim thai
>i r.e to this da;-.
PERSONAL CHASTITY: In the Dhinc legislati 1
with the -:.n f Immoral behavior, the phrase "I am the :
ated a number of times to serve as a co:-.--,
that His p-o:>le ' maintain a high stands
rity and holiness. Th. > were not to be influenced bj
al practie. in Egypt which they had left, nor practic
abominations of Canaan where they were to settle. The for
rrees of marriage listed in this section transgresses th. I
of God and are particularly unnatural and repellent. Adu
oihcr >ins are likewise condemned. Other nations were
i- ause they defilec thcm similar treatment would be netted out to Israel if they di-1 '
same. Th.> precept of "holiness" emphasizes the conduct and re-
: itionship between man and man and the relationshi:
man and God.
Gamiire Decision Lauded By Remsen
ment authorities to i
to the depth of the feeling! in-
volved.
" K hi e thai j 1
investigate this matte: 1
ly. not only to fin.i
hen J. Remsen. area
man of the Jewish Labor Con
tee. has written a letter to Ml
Police Chief Bernard L. Gai
lauding him for his decision t" in-
te what has been ca
.-erreaction" to the Cuban ,,n,_- but'to establish a i; ..iie-
and Jewish demonstrations pro- work in dealing with p<
\oked by the recent visit of the tests ^ that these ver-
res arch ship Akademik menls 0f our communil
Kurchatov. feel that their interests
"We do not want to prejudge are being ignored." Mi
the investigation." Mr. Remsen said.
wrote, "but ail reports we have
seen have indicated an overreac-
tion of the Police Department in
dealing with what could have l>een Louise Wise Chapt<
an orderly and dignified demon- .,-;in Jewish Congress
stration. .hlv luncheon meei
'Since the combined Cuban and Algiers Hotel Thursda A 21
Jewish communities comprise ap- nt 11:43 a.m. with M
proximately one half of the cit- white presiding. It! i -
izens of Dade County." Mr. Rem- Jewish Music Week th. w. ad
sen pointed out. "and since they Mordeehai Gebirtig a poet wta
have reasons to be opjwsed to the dicd in a concentl-P-,,,
ress re oi & vie! represenutives arranged by Binah Earn
II certainly behooves the enforce- presented by Regina :
AJCongress Chapter Meeting
MIAMI
A H A V > T SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. 6>* SW 67th Ave. Orthodox
Cantor Aion Ben Aror>. 1
ANSHE EMES. 2533 SVV 19h Ave.
Coneervative. Cantor Sol Pakowitz 2
ETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. Ken-
dall Dr. S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. 3
1 :m i 111' -''".[' r i:
B -N-r. tiill-l ilir.-' lor il
i --: Mbunl
BETH DAVID. 262 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau.
Cantor William W. t.-pio" 4
I p.m. S turday : a.m Bai
M hen, aon < .Mi
' hen.
ETH EL. 500 SW 17t.. Avt Ortho-
dox. Rabbi H. Rolhman 5
BETH KCDESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Moder,- Traditional Rahbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Leon S.gal.
ETH TOV ""empie). t4a8 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Car.ior Seymour
Hinke* 8
ISRAEL (Tempiei OP GREATER
Miami. 137 NE t9th Street. Reform
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. 10
ISRAELITE (.ENTIR 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Paul J.
Bender. Cantor Nathan Parnasa. 11
a.m. Bai Mltcvah: MIcbaH Ja
.f Mr. ml .'; I srd Bnbln.
ZION (Temple) 8000 Miller Rd. Con-
servative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro.
it
!-vi,|:iy 5:3" pm Sermon: A Timely
Event." I!;ii Mltsvah: Sharon, ilauch-
Ur '-f Mr .-,',.i Mrs. .i Pried. Sat-
urday ;- m Sermon "An Anal
Bar M ion of .Mr. ami
Mrs Charles i ; -
n.AlEAH
TIFERETH JACOB (Temple). 951 E.
4th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Na-
han Zolondek. 15
Friday vi" p iti followed by Onea;
I bj Mr and Mr.-.
Sonny Lever In honor "f ihi-ir rlauirh-
' M ii Saturtl a m
NORTH MIAMI
BETH MOSHf CONGREGATION
i<> w D'xi Hwy. Conservative.
Rabbi Joseph Gorfinkel, Cantor Ben
Zion K.iri.nenDium. 85
MIAMI BEACH
CUOTH ISKAEL, 7801 Carlyle Ave
Orthodox. 17
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BETH ISRAEL. "0 eutn St. Orthodox.
Pabbi Beiel We. If
3E"M JACO-. 301 v/ashin8ton Ave.
O' hodox. Ribni Sr.maryahu r. Swlr-
sky. Cartnr- Maurice Man.chet. 19
BETH F.4PHAEL (Temple). 1545
Jeffe-ao'i Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Davio haab. Canto-- Saul Brash. 20
OR OLOM (Temrie; 9755 SW 15th eFTH SWOLOM ( Temole). 4144
S^_5n,"'VJ,',"' Rabal R".1 Chass Ave. Liberal Rabbi Leon
Qlivman 13
TIFERETH IS.HAE... 6500 N. Miami
Kroni Cantv' Oavid Conviser. 21
I'- d." p m I )r. I.con Kroniwh
:i speak ..) "There is No Alterna-
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Maurir* nve" it. nhaervanca >( Israel lnde
Kiein '4 nendi h Saturday 1*:4S am
Friday I n.m Uueat speaker Mr Ja] Rst Mltavsh: Shelly, daus-liti-r of Mr
1 rmer will have a.- his topic: "la- and Mrs. Stanley Levlnson.
BETH TFI_AH 931 Euciiu r.ve. pr.
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-
sky. 2,
EETH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGREGA-
TION, 843 Meridian Avenue. 22-A
CUBAN HEBREW CONOREQATION.
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox
Rabbi Dow Rozeiicwaig. 23
CUBAN SEPHARDIC HtBREW CON-
GREGATION. 715 Wash.ngton Ave-
nue. Miami Beach. Rabbi Meir Mas-
liah Melamed. 23.^
EMANU-EL (Tampie). 1701 Washing-
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler. ?3
M p m Out -i pn
ii Sohlff will Kpesk m ,\
Old Book in a New World -
am Rabbi l.<-hrmaii will prea
-The Weekly Portion of tl
HEBREW ACAD&;,-'. 2400 p.ne.ree
Dr. Oithodox. Rabbi Alexander S
Gross 25
CONO. AN.NELL (Brancn ot He.
brew Academy). 7th St. and Mtrid-
isn Ave. Orthodox. Habbi Abraham
Ben-HilleL 25-A
JACOB C. COKEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington
Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tiber H
Stern. Cantor Mey-jr Engel. 2e
KNESbTH ISRAEL, 1416 Euclid Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehi-field
Cantor Abraham Self. 21 ,
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MENORAH (Temple). S20 75th St
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abrsm-
owiti. Cantor Nlco Feldman. 28
Kriclay tOt p.m. Saturday a.m.
NER TAmiu (tempie). 80th St. snf i
Tatum Waterway. Conservative
Rabbi Euaene Labovltz. Cantor Ed. '
ward Klsln. 29
Pridajr :i". p.m. Rabbi Barene i_-,i..
oviti will make reference to r< em
rover story in Time maaaslne about
"What Makes A Jew" an,I
topic will be: "Not Who, Hut What."
OH.E.Y ^SMALOf*. 7055 Bonlta Or
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber-
"" ____ 30
SEPHARDIC JEV/ISH CENTER. 645
Collins Ave. Rabci Sadi Nahmias. 31
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1542-
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi Avrohon-
Groner 32
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER. 1770 79th Street Cause-
way, North Bay Village. Conserva-
tive. Rabbi Philip Fried. 32-A
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
AN*cTli YE.SH.UR*ijN" NE M:ami Gardens Dr. Conserva-
tive Rabbi Miiton Schl.nsky. Can.
tor Nathaniel Schub. 35
BETH TORAH. .E 164th St. at lltr
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
scnita. Cantor Jacob Renzer. 3
B'NAI RAPHA"EL"l401 NW 183rd St
Conservative. Rabbi Chants Rub-.
Cantor Jack Laraae, 3f
t[tiJ. 'T*mt,l|" 01 NORTH DADF
SiS. K,n0'ey- Cantor Irvino
O'.U.evrS- 9J
S1oy.KLA' 19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E
capiar
Vul,NS, 'SR*"^" or ofT
rJk, M9!?,NE171,t st- Orthodox.
Rabbi Naftah Porush. at
CORAL GABIES
RfA (Te,mPle) 5M Granada Blvd
R-form R,bbi tjapsfa Kioo-r if
KdKsel.VroamrS{1PM "^ *" **\
Conservative. Rabbi Morr.s A. Sxos. |
Cantor E'nest Schrtiber. *
MARGATE JEWISH CENTER. '
NW 9th St.
HAllANDALE
HALLANDALE JEWISH CEN*ER|
Rabbi Max J. Weitz. Cantor =. I
Jacob Danziger. 126 N E 1st Avt. I
HOLLYWOOD
BETH EL (Temple). 1351 S '4t *v* I
Reform. Rabbi Samuel iffe. *< I
:1S p.m. s: I
tlon "Jerusala m of i la-l
followed by On< l- SI
Mr. and Mrs. Iu\ Id S. Mr. I
Mrs Mv ; g
11 a 111 liar Mltsvah:
ZAMORA (Tempre) -4 Zsmora Avs
Conservat.vs. Rabbi Maxwell Berg
er. Cantor M.-rdeeai Yardsini 4'
SURFSIDE
M929ANH^AV'D. CONGREGATION '
Han X2&2* 'S&i Surfside. Tow.
Hall Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac D. Vine
BfTr,H bRAE^ (TemP')- 547 E. Oak
fant ?.n,BIVt Rabbi Akiv Bril
"ant. Cantor Maurice Neu. 4;
FT. LAUDERDALE
WdUiBr M4S W' Oakland P.r>
ram. cVn.T" ,R,bbi Artho'- J- *
rams. Csntor Jerome Klement. A>
'0MPAN0 BEACH
sholom (Tempi*). 132 se nth a< ,
BETH SHALOM (Temple). "728 3- I
roe St. Conservative. Rabci r'artn I
Malavskv Cantor Irving Go'"! 9
SINAI (Te nple). 12C1 jOhnson St.
Conservative. Ribbi Davis SraP'";
Cantor Yehuda Heilttsun. I
MIRAMAR
Cantor Abraham Koster 1
ISRAEL (Temple* 6920 SW J
Conservative Rabbi Avi" Drsw j
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r.doy. April 21, 1972
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Max Lcrner
'Sees It
SEATTLE, Wash. Who will load this imperial republic for
next four years'.' The same fellow who led it for the last
\ ii. say the Republicans, Someone different one of our own -
. the Democrats, who are now battling it out in the joyous
igicomedy of the primaries to see who it will be.
Part of the confusion flows from failing to distinguish bo-
. three roles the candidates must fill. One is a candidate
\ (he nomination, the second as a campaigner in the election
I the third as president. If you get nominated, it doesn'i
that you will wage a good campaign or make a good
in and vice versa.
The ideal would he to pick the one who would make the
-i.lcnt and back him all the way. But the more likely
iv is to pick the one who looks appealing now. and piny that
;'.'. make a good campaigner and a good president.
'
WISCONSIN KNOCKED ot T John Lindsay, who woj In
i of a hurry about the presidency after he became a
t, He should have declared himself read} to hi !;> feilov
rat and waited for 197ti. It also probably knocked out
n l date from this northwestern area, Scoop Jackson, leav-
j najor conten its for th" next round of primaries
y, Wallace, Muskie and McGovcrn.
'; them in the ordi r if th( ir experienc on the national
know most about Humphrey, who is an old fire horse
it senator, vice president, 1968 presidential nominee.
For a quarter-century he has hovered on the edges of presi-
l! power, without quite making it. He may surprise us ail
Uid show staying power, confute the skeptics and do what Nixon
i in 19t'S. He is an inexhaustible and incorrigible campaigner
T! ;1 protean enough to change with changing times. He WOUl'l
probably make a good president.
WHY THEN WOULD MY betting on him he low? Because
mother Nixon-Humphrey election would be greeted by the apathy
r but very vocal chunk. Every candidate runs as a symbol
I ) replay the old 1968 record in 1972 Would be .atal symbolism.
[and Final evidence for many of the young that they can accom-
|j' '.-' nothing inside the system. Humphrey has hinted that he
I | like Teddy Kennedy as running mate. This would take
|.- ne il the curse off the symbolism. But if Teddy wanted to
k inlng, he would doubtless do it as No. 1, not No. 2.
i ., Wallace had bis presidential run on his own ticket
has' time. If the Democrats were loony enough to accept him now,
hhey .-.aid split their party beyond repair. Wallace is at his
trong -t m the primaries. But he would wage a polarizing ram-
II and he would make a wretched divisive president.
to to to
OK THE WHOLE < [president and even wage a pretty good campaign if he could
gel the nomination. He has the quality of a deliberate reflective-
:.. as on issues, a sense of how complex the task of governing is,
and if nominated -he could hold the coalition together.
But in his early primary tests he has made too many mis-
takes. He entered too many primaries. For a man whose support
[was wide but thin, he should have selected those where he had
some support in depth. He also behaved as if he were already
past the Miami convention hurdle, rather than a fellow who was
trying to clear it. There is a time to talk like a statesman, and a
time to talk like a candidate. Muskie got the two confused.
to -to -to
AS FOR MeOOVEBN, of all four we know least what kind of
Ident he would make. He has put on a shrewd primary cam-
paign, and has seized every opportunity flexibly, without seeming
to trim. The fact that he is new to most people gives him an
advantage, since every new convert feels he has made his own
fresh discovery, and the whole thing becomes a bandwagon effect.
His weakness lies in his too sharp image as a tender-minded
liberal in the past. He may change his image now toward greater
toughness. Most important, he has shown the capacity for
owth. Next to a mature judgment, it is the greatest asset for
a president
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This Week In History...
40 Years Arc- This Week: IMS
Wdolworth's Berlin branch ad-'
mitte,u"gr\Mrig,-f)0,''mailK TS'ttre
Nazis.
Sir Isaac Isaacs. Governor Gen-
eral of Australia waj knighted by
King George.
In Paris, ihe Jewish Union of
War Veterans sued perfume ty-
coon Francois Coty for renewing
his anti-Jewish campaign.
In Berlin, Albert Einstein denied
that a California professorship had
been offered him and further ex-
plained that he had no intention
| of settling in the United States.
New York's Jewish Daily For-
ward was 35.
"BERLIN The increase in the
Nazi vote will affect the attitude
toward the Jews, it is believed."
Finance Ministry Secretary
Hans Sehaefer. the only top Jew-
ish official in Germany, resigned.
: "owing, it is understood, to the
pressure against him because he
is a Jew ."
10 rears Ago This Week: If)'?
Israeli violinisl Shmuel Ashke-
nazi placed second in the Tchai-
kovsky competition in Moscow but
1 bad a phone interview with Maariv
disconnected when he mentioned
the Soviet ban on mStZO.
U.S. loan agreements with Is-
! rael since 1948 totaled .$210,''. mil-
J lion, with $170.6 million already
disbursed.
Mrs. Joseph C. Gayl. national
president of Women's American
i ORT, died in Philadelphia at 51.
Solomon F.lsner. former chair-
man of the Union of American
1 Hebrew Congregations, died in
Hartford at 78.
The Syrian provisional govcrn-
' ment said "our first task" was
"creation of a coherent Arab na-
tion" to fight Israel.
Four Soviet Jews physicists
Ley Landau and Kvgeni Lifshits.
fbidnikT ErnU Gllels and" scaltttoT
Lev Kerbel were among the 100
Lenin Prize recipients for 1962.
The U.S. was reportedly amen-
able to loaning Egypt S500 million
to fill her foreign-currency needs.
The State Department said the
loan was "economically feasible"
and "certainly a possibility."
King Saud of Saudi Arabia.
promising "moral" and "material"
aid. called for a Palestinian war
against Israel, asserting: "Pales-
tine cannot be liberated except by
the blood of Palestinians."
Dr. Jacob Kaplan. Chief Rabbi
of Paris, was named a commander
>n the French I,cgipn of Honor.
THe Supreme Sode^recognlzeu
for the first time in nWrly years
that Jews were the main victims
of Nazism. Observers said the au-
thorities "are still sensitive to
foreign criticism against their
! anti-Jewish policies."
Former Gestapo Col. Wilhelm
! Koppe, 66, jailed 27 months on
\ charges of helping kill 350.000
i Polish Jews, was released on
| 514,000 bail in Bonn.
Congregacion Israelita de la
| Republics Argentina, the country's
oldest synagogue celebrated its
100th anniversary.
(Prom the Hie* <>f the JTA)
Appointments Announced By Greater Miami Coalition
Edward F. Swenson. Jr.. presi
lent of the Greater Miami Coali-
tion, Inc., has announced the ap-
pointment of chairmen for the
Coalition's program areas during
the current year.
The chairman of the Crin inal
Justice Coordinating Council, Fred-
crick D. Lewis, dean of the Uni-
versity of Miami School ot Law.
has been reappointed. Dr. Thomas
W. Fryer, Jr., vice president.
Downtown Campus Miami-Da !o
Junior College, has been appointed
chairman of the Educational Op-
poi Utilities Council. Mongignor
Bryan O. Walsh, Catholic Serv-
ice Bureau, has accepted the chair-
manship of the Housing Opportuni-
! ties Council. David M. Faulkner.
Group Civic Affairs director. Sears
Roebuck and Company, will servo
as Chairman of the Job Oppor-
tunities Council. The appoint-
I men's have been confirmed hv the
... cl of trustees of the Gn ater
ii Coalition.
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*Jen1st) fhridiain
Friday, April 21
letters to the
KpITOR, The Jewish Tloridtan:
I wish to clarify my position on
.ihe anti-busing Issue which, 1 feeL
was not fully urlderstocxl by your
columnist Kdwani Cohen. No sen-
sible person would argue that rid-
ing on a school bus is harmful to
children. The real issue is what
happens at the end of the bus riae.
Prior to the election I stated at
a Rabbinical Association meeting
that I felt it is educationally
wrong and psychologically harm-
ful to assign children to classes
solely on the basis of the color of
their skin. A class should be made
up of children of simi'ar learning
ability. Age and cultural origin
should be only secondary consid-
erations.
Those who look upon racial bal-
ance in schools as a means of
furthering the cause of racial inte-
gration are gravely mistaken. The
present system of busing tends to
further harm race relations and to
polarize blacks and whites by
creating justified resentment on
the part of all concerned.
In a class of mixed learning
ability the more capable students
sit in angered boredom because of
the slow progress of the class
while the backward children sit in
frustrated confusion, unable to j
understand what is being taught. '
This situation makes the students i
psychologically ripe for unruly be-1
havior and makes them look for a
scapegoat against whom to vent |
their frustrations. The white stu- j
dent and his parents begin to hate
the "dumb nigger" and the blacks
intensify their animosity towards
the "snobbish honky."
Progress in racial Integration
can come only through integrated
housing. Those who are sincere in
their stand on integration should
embark on a program of educat-
ing people not to flee in panic
when blacks move into their neigh-
borhood. In an open housing situa-
tion blacks and whites can come
into contact with each other and
learn to remove and abolish the
existing prejudices and hatreds.
The Chasidic leaders in New
Y"ik did just that. While their
Liberal co-religionists panicked as
soon as a black family bought a
house in their block and moved
into lily-white suburbs, the Cha-
sidic Jews refused to move from
their neighborhoods. There were
problems in the beginning and
they suffered through periods of
discomfort. They even had to form
\iuilante groups to patrol their
neighborhoods at night.
But after a while, the situation
normalized and they have learned
to live in harmony. A visitor to
the C h a s idle communities in
Brooklyn will find blacks attend-
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and girls in Yeshivas.
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was not a "victory statement" as
Ed Cohen said. I have a reason
for the negative reaction of so
many Jews who were bombarded
by appeals from establishment
organizations to defeat the anti-
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him only because he expresses
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Unfortunately, my contacts with
my fellow Jews on this issue do
not convey any such glowing, self-
congratulatory experiences: I find
that the Jewish opposition to
school busing is the same as that
of the non-Jew. it is based on
bigotry, intolerance and prejudice.
Despite their protestations that
their opposition to busing has
| nothing to do with racism, the in-
i sincerity has greater impact when
! measured by their deeds. We'know-
that the flood of applications to
our day schools came unsolicited
from parents seeking escape from
desegregation oiders of the fed-
eral courts, and had little or noth-
ing to do with Jewish education.
We also know that these parents
who scream and yell at the school
board and at the courts with the
same protestations readily bus
their little ones to the private,
segregated schools, many of them
to Christian parochial schools be-
cause they cannot get into the al-
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the Jews are just as bigoted and
nyj ocritical as their Gentile coun-
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L annual AAV. #l?rrteon Me'
'-, Award,jfr*1 *;f rson
, _J*ession of pharmacy,
but whose ac-
tivity is linked
to that of phar-
macy, will go to
Anna Brenner
Meyers, who re-
cently retired as
a member of the
Dade County
Board of Kduca-
tion after 18
years of devoted
service to the
community as a
board member it
las been announced.
The award will be presented to
ler at the State Pharmaceutical
[convention to be held in Miami
,Beach May 14-17.
Mrs. Meyers is recognized as one
'ho showed a keen interest in
'the health and education of the
[young, closely paralleling the ac-
tivity of the pharmaceutical as-
sociation in its relationship with
the school system. These areas
of activity on the part of the
Mrs. Mtytrt
Southeast Florida Pharmaceutical
Association included poison pre-
vention, drug misuse, smoking and
health, careers in pharmacy and
the health professions, and the
science fair.
Mrs. Meyers, a practicing attor-
ney, previously was a school
teacher, registeredi nurse and a
social worker. Ben Saks, chairman
of the Selection Committee pointed
out that among the many activities j
of Mrs. Meyers, health education |
in the schools was her primary!
interest.
Previous recipients of the award
include Ray R. Bellinger, Julia
Morton, Rev. Denver Smoot. Har-
riet Earhardt and Dr. Charles F.
Tate.
The award1 symbolizes the
late A. W. (Bill) Morrison who
was president and secretary of the
Southeast Florida Pharmaceutical
Association for many years and
was also president of the Florida
Board of Pharmacy and the Flor-
ida Pharmaceutical Association.
Mr. Morrison was the first phar-
macist appointed to the Florida
Board of Health over 30 years apo
A free concert dedicated to
Mother's Day will be presented by
the Miami Beach Cultural Society,
Saturday. May 6, at 7 p.m. in the
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varied program of operatic arias
and light classical ballards. Kay
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Also appearing on the program
will be Linda Mark, 15, and Ellen
Weiss, 13, both winners of more
than 30 gold medals and cash
prizes in youth piano classical re-
cital competitions. An added at-
traction will be Walter Scar:ella,
internationally renowned tenor
from San Remo, Italy, accom-
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The "Mother of the Year" will
be nonoreU Dy Congressman Claude
Pepper, with Mayor Chuck Hall
making the presentation.
This concert is sponsored by
Allen A. Dworkis, chairman, and
the Tourist Development Author-
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Israel Newsletter
By CARl AiPERT
An Arab Village Awaiting
,., 3___1 !,.* wA^ann nliU'1 Oil
CMALL THOrr.H IT IS, Israel still has a number
of charming places which are not on any of the
standard sightseeing trips. I am writing this from
the unknown village of Rama an
Arab township in the Lower Gali-
! lee, a pleasant, interesting site
| still waiting to be discovered. .. ..
Rama is a town of some 4.000
inhabitants, tucked away on a
ridge 1.003 feet above sea level,
off the Acre-Safed road. It has
electricity and running water, but
------ i-----------1 modernity has not spoiled its
charm. The foot of the tourist has not yet trod
through its winding alleys.
The scattered shreds, ancient pillars and mosa-
ics are unexplored. Even the archaeologist has not
yet been here.
What gives Rama a character of its own and
sets it apart from other Arab villages is the high
level of the education of its members. Almost all
its Children attend school. There arc two high
schools, with an enrollment of 630, one of which,
also attracts attendance from other Arab villages
for miles around.
The economic basi:. of the village is agriculture:
olives, fruit, cattle. Indeed, the modern olive oil
press is an interesting sight. However Rama has
another important "industry": dozens of its natives
have become teachers in Arab schools throughout
the Galilee again a reflection of the high educa-
tional level of its i>eople. I was interested to lean.
from the owner of the local,newsstand and book-
hop that a large number of Hebrew newspaper;
are read in Rama -though the town has no Jews.
Almost everyone with whom I chatted in the streets
spoke good or adequate Hebrew.
One explanation is to be found in the composi-
tion of the population. Two thirds of the people are
Christians, almost one third Dru/.es. with only a
scattering of Moslems. I saw a number of Druse
youth proudly wearing the uniform of the Israel
defense forces.
How does one measure the degree of 20th cen-
tury civilization in a place like this? Rama cer-
tainly passes all educational criteria with flying
colors. I looked around. I found two banks, .four
houses of worship, three barber shops. Most of the
Arabs wear modern dress.
There are 106 private automobiles in Rama. Al-
most every family has a washing machine, an elec-
tric refrigerator, gas or electric range, and a tele-
Discovery
, .uo .,,. midenpe *t least of ma-
vision set. Surely these are W^
terial prosperity. >^
There is no movie house, I w *" 'rt^mefully
The single cinema had been operated by ..' .^al
citizen, but when his family had a row with th.
big family clan, the latter boycotted the plac and
it closed down.
The people are clean, friendly, hospitable. Tlv
strolling, curious stranger was Invited indoors for
coffee or even lunch by almost everyone with whom
he chatted. I saw something here I have never ?een
in any other Arab village, large or small, anywhci
in Israel: a large garbage collection truck roiling
through the alleys, and Arab women descendin.'
from their homes with full buckets which they
emptied carefully into the van.
The air is crisp and clear here. The view :;
beautiful; Haifa's Mt. Carmel. some 20 n.iU awaj
as the bird flies, is clearly visible and its lights
sparkle brightly at night.
Some day Rama will be discovered. Please, no
factories; maybe a health resort or a hotel. I hop
the people will not be spoiled when the inundntion
comes.
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BOOK REVIEW By Seymour B. Liebman
Notes On Reform Jews, Etc.
f UK BOOK Reform I a Verb by Leonard J. Fein (Long
' Range Planning Committee of the Union of American
Hebrew Congregations, hereafter UAHC) is sub-titled
"Notes on Reform and Reforming Jews,"
and 18 the result of a "pilot project for
synagogue change." The study had the
cooperation of a team of professors and
social scientists.
The questionnaire utilized was, to a
gnat extent, similar to that create:! for
the Lakcville Study. There are many
Conclusions drawn by Fein and hfa> as-
sociates, some of which are yet to bo
revealed. Although the need for change is indicated, we
As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAl
Solidarity Day Nears
IS is GRATUITOUS for any of as to advise Presi-
dent Nixon what to say or do about the 2 or 3
million Jews in the Soviet Union when he under-
takes an exciting mission to Mos-
cow in May?
The State Department, after
spelling out the text of a recom-
mendation for a Congressional
Resolution on Soviet Jews a few
Weeks ago, went on to say it saw
no reason for the Senate Foreign
Relations Committee to advise the
I'resident on what he should do.
Well, that's at the summit of our government:
a.id we'll leave it up to Foreign Relations Commit-
tee Fullbright and presidential aides to unlock the
situation. But meanwhile, as free and deeply con-
cerned citizens of the United States, aware of the
double barreled hardships and opportunities now
confronting Jews in the Soviet Union, We have the
right and privilege to speak up.
In large part, that process will unfold as prep-
arations go forward for "national Solidarity Day
for Soviet Jews," April 39, followed by an historic
assembly in Washington on May 3. (these two events
command our closest attention) Jews of America,
joined by others who now comprehend the agon>
and ecstasy of Russian Jewry at this exciting junc-
ture of history, will make the greatest concerted
efforts of modern times to point up the drama of
the situation and appeal for effective action.
This will be in full awareness that the Russian
Rear has been doing .strange things with the spigot
t',at turns -ff and then turns on the flow of Jewish
emigration from Russia. There was a trickle in the
1960s when Jews throughout the world united on
this issue as they have on no other problem with
the exception of backing for Israel against Nasser*!
threat In 19B7.
In 197-1, about 1.000 Jews were permitt'd to
leave Russia. The figure for 1972 jumped to 13,000
It is estimated that nearly 75,000 affidavits have
been sent this year upon request to Jews in the
Soviet Union, and some close Russian watchers are
sanguine enough to believe that eventually as
many as 300,000 Jews will depart Russia.
i i
doubt that many of the Reform rabbinate will change.
This statement is based upon our experience with three
leading American Reformists who were exposed to many
findings similar to Fein's.
Prof. Fein writes, "The past 15 years have seen an
attrition of support for liberal propositions, with no con-
commitant increase in support for specifically Jewish
positions." He interprets his statistics rather a "dissillu-
sionmenl" within the Jewish community rather than a
backlash. He does not clarify whether community means
thai of Reform or the general community.
The generation gap appears (almost catastropbically
to an observant Jew) in the field of philanthrophy -only
four per cent of Reform youth agreed that it was essential
to give to Jewish causes If one is to be a "good Jew"
Willie the parents stood at 32'!. On intermarriage, 75':
of adults "held it essential" not to marry out of the
faith while only 43'i of the youth agreed. It is also re-
vealed that there are 695 temples affiliated with UAHC
with an aggregate membership of 224.311 and 162 tem-
ples have no rabbis.
We hark back to Alvin Reines, a leading theologian
at HUC, whose view is that "there is no Jewish traJiUon
only a continuum of ancient rather than essence." Jakob
Petuchowski, another leading theologian at HUC, wrote
in 1966 that the ranks of the Reform rabbinate each year
"are swelled by young rabbis with the sincerely
held conviction that Reform Judaism is a new religion."
He then quotes Reines "That new religion, called Reform
Judaism' has only one dogma, and that is the absolute
freedom to think and do what he likes."
Morrison David Uial in his Liberal Judaism al Home
(UAHC, $2,501 writes that some Reform practices "have
been borrowed from cultures and religions that sur-
round the Jewish community." He is not referring to
Pharisaic or other acculturation but those borrowed in
the past century and he is not referring to traditional
Jewish rites. Dial writes, "It Is the atmosphere of the
home that determines the firmness of Jewish loyalty
Fein's study shows the barrenness ol Jewish ritual, prac-
tice and culture in the majority of Reform homes.
Amen: The Diary ol RabM Martin Biegel (Fawcetl
Crest Hooks, .SI.251 is a compendium of self-serving
statements and illustrative of what Fein found in the
"actual Reform Jew." Siegcl epitomizes himself when be
wrote anent Jews, "We're as insecure as the blacks
and twice as neurotic." It is difficult to l'.nd a book more
tasteless and as devoid of what is the essence Of Judaism.
Another Reform rabbi Samuel M. Silver, in How to
Knjoy This Moment (Cornerstone Library $1.95) has
complied sporific monentiles and cliches reminiscent of
Kdgar Guest. Eample- -"So live decently, fearlessly,
joyously, and don't forget that in the long run it is not
the years in your life but the life in your years." (All
italicized in the book.i
Between You and Me; By BORIS SMOIAB
A Personal History
w
f\SK OF THE MOST interesting chapter-
" Meyer Weisgal's new book, "Meyer Weisgal
. So Far." released recently by Random House
is the one in which he tells how-
he participated in the activities of
the group in New York which v -
known under the name "Material.'
for Palestine." The "materials'
were ramshackle airplanes, ships
surplus war goods, machines and
spare parts, all intended for the
Jewish underground in Palestine
in preparation for the proclama-
tion of the Jewish state.
It was the year 1947. The United Nations w>.
discussing the partitioning of Palestine in a Jewish
and Arab state. The Jewish state was yet Unbon
but it already had its underground army, navy and
air force ready to come into the open after the
official announcement of the establishment of Is-
rael. It was for these armed forces that a group
of 30 American Jews, silently and vigorously,
scoured the United States for old equipment that
was shipi>ed in pieces, and under camouflage, to
Palestine. The group also forwarded medical sup-
plies and hospital equipment openly.
Mr. Weisgal does not tell the whole story, but
he relates how he was instrumental in influencing
Herbert Bayard Swope. the former managing editor
of Pulitzer's New York World, to Intervene with
high Washington authorities for lifting the ban on
the first two airplanes which the group succeeded
In securing, and for which they had voluntary pilots
ready to take off. These first two planes were to
be the nucleus of the Jewish air force; with them
rested the destiny of Jewish air power.
When he told Mr. Swope of the desperate situa-
tion, the latter, who has never been considered B
Jew, picked up the telephone and a brief conversa-
tion ensued. He spoke to somebody saying: "This
is Herbert. You remember when 1 was editoi of
The World" and the Irish were fighting for their
freedom, ana you asked me to do something for
you and I did? Now I am going to ask you to do
something for my people. I want you I" give orders
for those two planes to leave this afternoon. That
is the only payment I want from you for my Berv-
Ic >S to the Irish Republic."
A few hours later the planes left.
Mr. Weisgal also tells of a similar incident in
which he played an important role, but this time
it had to do with three ships. Thev had been pur-
chased and refitted In Philadelphia for carrying il-
legal immigrants from Euroj>c to Palestine. Bui
under some kind of pressure they were not allowed
to move out of Philadelphia. With the helpful ad-
vice of .Samuel Zomurray, president of the United
Fruit Company. Mr. Weisgal succeeded in arranging
for the ships to leave for Italy within four lays
One of these ships was the Exodus."
This book I; full of revealing and interesting
episodes providing an inside view of important de-
velopments that took place in the Jewish world both
before an.i after the establishment of Israel. It is
a personal history impressively related against the
background of the authors unusual experiences
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No. 72-796
ITICE TO CREDITORS
Llate of
KOLCHNEK
Mil.
[editors mill .Ml persons Ilnv-
ur Demand* Against Said
|foy notified and re-
any claims and de-
dii may have against
!ate m. KOLChner
bade County, Florida.
Edges of Dade county.
In duplicate and as
lection 733.16, Florida
|r offices In Hie Coun-
Da.de County, Pk>r-
calendnr months from I
first i>i11 11... t:. 11 hare-
Kill be barred.
uni. Florida, this I3tli
. ..P. 1972.
build Kolchr.i i and
ml:- i J. Singer
Executors
Mlon of this notice on
ilnroh. 1973,
OLF
Estate
ail. Room 211
Florida 33139
______l/tl 4/7-14-21
JNTV JUDKE'S COURT
Bl AND FOR
BOUNTY, FLORIDA
MN PROBATE
T2-1490 (Blanton)
e to creditors
of
am:1 inson
^ors and All Persons Hnv-
pt Demand* Against Bald
Vhcrclty notified and re-
^Hr<->. inn
ninnds whi. I. "U may have against
HAM AAHONSON deceased
-f Dad,
y Judcs >>f Hade County, and
hi duplicate and as pro-
lion 733.18, Florida Stat-
eir offices in the bounty
Dade i 'ounty, Florida,
bnlendar months from the1
first publication hereof, or J
ill he barred
Miami, Florldn, this 12
h. AD. 1872.
IRVINO IIASS
As Executor
licatioit of this notice on
of March, 1972.
.OOHRN
r Executor
Way
S31 Tel. 444-47x1
3/3I I 7-11-21
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72.1849
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Estate of
EMMA HATTNER
Deceased.
To ah Creditor* and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Balo.
Estate;
Vim are hereby notified and re.
quired to present any claims and de-
inanils which you may have against
the estate of kmma rattner de-
ceased late of Dude County. Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade County,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO. 72-6813
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: The Marriage of
WI LI JAM M. ROSSINOER,
I luaband,
ami
MICHELLE <;. ROSSINOER,
Wife,
viir MICHELLE <;. ROSSINOER.
1838 Bheridan Avenue, Whiting, Indiana
ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to file
your written defense to this divorce
with the Court's clerk and serve i
-----..... .copy upon Plaintiffs Attorneys. VON
and tile the same In duplicate and as I ZAMFT & SMITH. 1512 Capital Hank
provided In Section 713.16, Florida Rldg., Miami, Florida on or before
I
Statutes, In their offices In the Coun-
ty Courthouse hi Dade County, Flor-
ida, iihni six calendar months from I
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will be barred.
Dated hi Miami. Florida, this 12th '
day of April. A.D. li'72.
ROSE HOCHSTIM
As Executrix
First publication of this 'notice on
the 14 day of April. 1872, I
HAROLD SHAPIRO
Attorney for Estate
887 Lincoln Rd.. Mluml Reach. Fl.
____________________ 4/14-21-28 .-|/S
i ile the
1 'ourthtj
within
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS IIEREISY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring lo engage in
business under the fictitious name of
VAI.-l-VACATlONS nl 924 His. avn.
Roulevard. Mliirai, Florida Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dane County,
Florida.
JKTWAVK. INC
By: Mae Mermeii. Vice-President
MAC MF.HMKI.I.
Attorney for Jetwnys, Inc.
1900 S.W. Third Avenue
Miami. Florida ::::I2:'
4'7-U-2l-?8
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business iiii.l.r the fictitious name of
Sl'NSKT EXECUTIVE CENTER nl
8588 Sunset I nive, Miami. Florida In-
tends b> register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Curl ,,f Dade
Count>. Florida.
SYLVAN N. HOLTZMAN, Trustee
Sole I IWIlor
4 14-21-28 :. .',
the 10 day of May. 1972. else the Com-
plain! will be taken as confessed.
DATED: April .'!. 1972.
K. B. LEATHERMAN, CLERK
HV: R. M. KI88EE
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seul)
___________ 4/7-14-21-2S
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-1340
FRANK B. DOWLING
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
ANNIE C. MINOR
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
Vou are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the eslate of ANNIE C. MINOR de-
ceased late of Dade County. Florida,
lo the County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same in duplicate and as
provided in Section 733. IB. Florida
Statutes, in their offices In the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County. Flor-
ida, within sis calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 3 day
of April, AD 1978.
CLINTON JONES
As Administrator
First publication of this notice on
I the u day of April. 1972,
DAVID M. OON8HAK, ESQ.
Attorney for Estate of Annie c. Minor
I 197 N.W. 7th Street
Miami. Florida 38115
4/14-21-28 5/3
------' COU1
fcTRUCTIVE SERVICE
JINO PROPERTY)
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELE9NTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
I DADE COUNTY.
^L ACTION NO. 72-620?
ON FOR DISSOLUTION
I OF MARRIAGE
IN H1K MAHRIAOE OF
l'K C COHEN,
Mini
AU aRRAIIAM COHEN,
Abraham Cohen
fmeui 220
fork Avenue
'ork City, New York 10028
RE HEREHY NOTIFIED
lion for Dissolution of Mar.
be.n tiled against you and
squired to serve a copy of :
ten defenses, if any. to It on :
T fr KROOP. attorneys for
tloneflj who-.- address is 42*1 I.in- .
Miami Reach. Florida, and >
ten,.,I with the clerk of the
^Bd court on or before May
Oth. raise a default will be
d against y,u for the relief il"-
lad in the complaint or petition,
notic shall be published once
nr four consecutive weeks
^Hl\ ISII FI.ORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
^Hrt at Miami, Florida on
y nf March. 1878.
r i katherman.
As Clerk, i 'nrnit Com i
Datb i 'ounlv. Florida
By i svi:i'in:\
Hii Denulv Clerk
Court s.-.ii.
r, K\vn i:y
fir KROOP
Btca ^K Florida SSI39
I 31 4 '7-14-21
noticf. of action
ructive service
(no property)
^&cuit court of the
h judicial circuit
florida, in and for
dade county.
r)L ACTION NO. 72-6280
for dissolution
f marriage
ftlAKKIAOK OF
BlYARD I.OVETT,
ANN I.OVETT.
tET ANN I.OVETT
i Cnknown.
HEREBY NOTIFIED
for Dissolution of Mar-
filed against you and
ed to serve a copy of
iefenses, if any, to It on
1 KROOP, attorneys
whose address is 42a
Miami Reach. Florida,
original with the clerk
^styled court on or be-
871; otherwise n de-
ntered against you for
,nded in the complaint
hnll be published once
four consecutive weeks
, FI.ORIDIAN.
hand and the seal
t Miami, Florida on
urcli. 1972.
1ATHERMAN.
, Circuit Court
BUnty, Florida
, SNEEDEN
eputy Clerk
tall
OP
3a 33139
l" 3 8] i 7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring lo engage in I
business under the fictitious name of
GENERAL, DIESEL company (not
Inc. I at 2980 N.W. North River Drive.
Miami. Fla. intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
of Dade County. Florida.
CHARLES R1EDEL
e/M-81-28 : 5
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THfc
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-7577
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN" RE; MARRIAGE OF
ARAEDDIAZ.
Husband
and
HILDA PEREZ DIAZ,
Wife
TO: HILDA PEREZ DIAZ
98 Roses Street
Freeport, Long Island
New York
Yor ARE HEREHY NOTIFIED
ihat an action for Dissnluslon of Mar-
riage has been filed against you nnd
you are required to serve a copy of
>our written delVnscs, if any. to it
on JACK .1. WEISS. ESQ., attorney
for Petitioner, whose address is .144
B.W. 1st Street. Minmi. Florida. 33130
(377-8471), and file the original win.
the clerk of the above styled court on
or before May 2, 1972: otherwise a
default \t ill be entered against you
for the relief demanded in the com-
plaint or petition.
This notice shall be published oi.....
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hinid and the seal
of said court at Miami. Florida on
this 12 day of April, 1972
E. H. LEATHERMAN.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By: C P. copei.and
As Denuty Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
JACK J. WEISS. ESQ.
S44 S.W. 1st Street
Miami. Florida 33180
Attorney for Petitioner
I 81-28 3 ".-12
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. 72-7520
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAOBOF
A I FRED N LEASE.
Petitioner
and
RUTH c. LEASE,
Respondent
TO: RITII C, LEASE
211". East Somerset St.
Philadelphia. Pa.
VOP ARE HEREHY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you nnd
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any. to it
on David E. Stone, attorney for Peti-
tioner, whose address Is 101 N.W. 12th
Avenue. Miami. Florida, and file the
original with the clerk of the above
styled court on or before May 19,
1972: otherwise a default will be en-
tered against you for the relief de-
manded in the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami. Florida on
this 12 day of April. 1972.
E. B, LEATHERMAN.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
Ry It. M. KISSEE
As Deputy Clerk
i Circuit Court Seali
RTONE ,* BOSTCHTN
101 N.W 12th Avenue
Miami, Florida 33128
Attorney for Petitioner
4/14-21-2' f/5
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. 72-6369
PETITION FOR ADOPTION
IN RE: The Adoption of
BRIAN KEITH DONNELLY, a
.Minor, and PATRICIA DEA.N'E
MADDOX, a .Minor.
By
LEONARD DELTON8HERRILL
and JANICE KITH BHERRILL,
his Wife.
Petitioners
TO: ARTHIR RAYMOND
DONNELLY
Residence Cnknown
CHARLES WALKER
MADDo.X. JR.
Residence i'nknown
YOi; ARE HEREHY NOTIFIED
that an action for Petition For Adop-
tion has been filed against you and
you are required to serve n copy of
your written defenses. If any. to It |
on KW1TNEY & KROOP. attorneys!
for Petitioner, whose address is 420!
Lincoln Road. Miami Reach Florida, I
and file the original with the clerk of)
the above styled court on or before
May 3. 1972: otherwise a default will
be entered against you for the relief
demanded in the complaint or petition.
This notice shall he publlished once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand nnd the seal
of said court at Miami, Florida on
this 27 day of March, 1972.
E. R. LEATHERMAN.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade Countv. Florida
Ry L. SNEEDEN
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
KW1T.NEY KROOP
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Reach. Florida
Attorney for Petitioner
^_____________3/31 1/7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious inline of
BINKERS SIDE MOULDINGS at 42
S.E. Mh Street. Miami. Fla, inn.ids
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv,
Florida.
MANUEL BINKER
3 31 4 7-11-21
tici
on
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-1563
FRANK B. DOWLING
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Estate of
HENRY IvOSENIlLl'M
i Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
i ing Claims or Demands Against Said
i Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
' Quired to present K'ny claims and de-
^ mands which you may have against
i the eslate of HENRY HOSEN'lil.I'M
deceased late of Dade County. Flor-
ida, to the County Judges of Dade
; County, and file the same In duplicate
and as provided In Section 738.18,
Florida Statutes, in their offices In
i the County Courthouse in Dade (Joan-
. ty, Florida, within six calendar
months from the time of the first
. publication hereof, or the same will
i be barred.
Dated ut Miami, Florida, this 27th
day of March. A.D, 1972.
.MARY ROSENRI.CM
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the 7 day of April. 1972.
' A. JAY CRISTOL
. Attorney for Executrix
21 N.E. First Avenue
Miami. Florida 33131
4 7-14-21-28
notice on
, IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-1228
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
BADYER DECKER
I leceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
I You nre hereby notified nnd re-
, quired to present any claims and de-
i mauds which you may have against
the estate of BADYE R. DECKER
deceased late of Dade County. Flor-
ida, lo the County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same In dupli-
cate and as provided in Section 733.111.
Florida Statutes, in their offices in
the County Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty. Florida, within six calendar months
I from the time of the tirst publication
I hereof, or.the same will be barred.
Dated at .Miami, Florida, this 22nd
I day of March, A.D. 1972
STANLEY It. PECKER
1 ANNETTE REDER
. As Executors
First publication of this notice on
Ihe 7 day of April. 1972.
BAXTER & FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Estate of SADYE R.
BECKER
1S75 N.E. 163rd Street
4/7-14-21-28
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 78210
NOTICE OF INTENTION
TO MAKE APPLICATION
FOR DISTRIBUTION AND
FINAL DISCHARGE
IN RE: Estate of
BAM SCHWARTZ.
Deceased.
NOTICE Is hereby given that we
have filed our Final Report and Peti-
tion for Distribution and Final Dis-
charge as Executors of the estate of
SAM SCHWARTZ, deceased: and that
on the 5th day of May. 1972 will
Rudy to Ihe Honorable County Judges
of Dade County, Florida, for approval
of said Final Report and for distri-
bution and final discharge as Execu-
tors of the estate of the above-named
decedent. This 19th dav of January,
1972.
MERCANTILE NATIONAL BANK
OF MIAMI REACH
By: RORERT H BALTMAN
SADIE SCHWARTZ
SPARRER, ZEMEL. ROSKIN AND
HEII.I1RONNER PA.
Attorney
1o N. Blscnyne Blvd.
Miami. Florida 33132
4/7-14-21-28
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-1048 Primm
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
STANLEY CARROLL
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against said
Estate:
You arc hereby notified nnd re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of STANLEY CARROLL
deceased Inte of Dade County. Flor-
ida, to the County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same in dupli-
cate and as provided in Section 733.-
1. Florida Statutes, in their offices
in the County Courthouse In Dade
County. Florida, within six calendar
months from the time of the first
publication hereof, or Ihe same will
be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 13th
day of March. A.D. 1972.
BEATRICE CARROL!.
LOIS Cl'TI.ER
As Bxeoutrices
First publication of this
the SI day of March. 1972.
SHIRLEY WOOI.F
Attorney for Estate
420 Lincoln Road. Room 211
.Miami Reach. Florida 33139
8/314/7-14-81
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-6401
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage Of:
CHARLES It. -MOLE, Husband.
Petitioner,
and
CORRINE EMMA MOLE. Wife.
Respondent.
TO: CORRINE EMMA MOLE
9 Elizabeth Street
Pitlsfield, Massachuselts
YOU ARE HEREHY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of .Mar-
riage has been filed against you ami
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any. to it
on DANIEL RETTFR. attorney f,,r
Petitioner, whose address is loot Con-
gress Iluilding. Miami. Florida, and
f.:.- the original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before Mav
."., 1972; otherwise a default will be
entered against you f.,r the relief de-
mand in the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEW ISII FLOHIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the seal nf
said court at Miami, Florida on this
2i day of March. 1972.
E. H. LEATHERMAN,
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade Countv. Florida
By: R. M. KISSEE
, As Deputy Clerk
(i irouit Court Seal)
DANIEL RETTER
.....5 Congress Building
Miami. Florida
Attorney for Petitioner
3/31 4/7-14-21
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LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-1510
FRANK B. DOWLING /
NOTICE TO CREDITOKS
III RE: Estate Oi
CBLIA M. MARKS
Deceased,
To All Creditors anil All Person Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified nnd re-
quired to present an) claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the eslate of CEI.IA M. MARKS
deceased late of Dad.- County, Flor-
ida, to the County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same In dupli-
cate and as provided in Section 7:13.-
lt;. Florida Statutes, In their offices
in the County Courthouse in Dade
County, Florida, within six calendar
months from the time of the first
publication hereof, or the same will
be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this J4
day of March. A.D. IMS.
DR. PERT W. MARKS
CHARLES A. MARKS
As Co-Executors
First publication of thi
the :il day of March. 1972.
STANLEY M. PRED
PRED AND NEWMAN
Attorney for Co-Executora
">1 Dude Federal Rldg.
Miami. Fla. :i:il31 377-03M
__________________________3J11 4 7-14-21
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 7k-1472
JOHN R. BLANTON
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate nl
CHARI-EMAONE .1. GUAY
a k a CllAltl.EMAOI't-. .i QUAY
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Penons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
qulred lo present any da,ins and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of < ll a RI.em aone J.
OI'AV a/k/a CHARLEMAOCE J.
OI'AV deceased late of Dade Countv.
Florida, to ihe County Judges of Dade
County and file Ihe same in duplicate
.....I as provided in Section 733.10 Flor-
ida Statutes, in their offices in the
County Courthouse in Dade Countv,
Florida within six calendar months
from the mi.....f the first puhli, atl.m
hereof, or the same u'iil be barred
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 22 dav
of .March, A.D 1972
l.EI.Y P.. ni'AY
a/k, a LILY l: OI AY
As Executrl*
First publication of this notice on
the SI day of March, 197''
STANLEY M. PRED
PRED & NEWMAN
Attorney for Executrix
S01 Dade Federal Building
Miami. Florida 33131 377-0203
3/31 4 7-14-11
I 1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72.1283
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
ROSE M. FRANKEL T
Deceased,
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
oulred lo present any claims and de-
mands which vou mav have against
tile estate of ROSE M FRANKEL
deceased late Of Dnde County. Flor-
ida, to the County Judges of Dude
County, and file the same In dupli-
cate and as provided in Section 733.H',,
Florida Statutes, in their offices in
the County Courthouse In Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within six calendar months
from the time of the first publication
hereof. ,,r the same will be barred.
Haled at Miami. Florida, this II
day of April. A.D. 1972.
HENRY FRANKEL
As Administrator
First publication of this notice on
th. 21 da) of April. 1972
.BAXTER FRIEDMAN
'Attorney for Administrator of Estate
of ROSE M FRANKEL
1*73 N.E 163rd Street
N.M.B., Florida
4 21-38 3/6-13
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREHY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
NORTHWEST SHELL SERVICE
STATION at :: *: I N.VY 7th Avenue.
Miami. Florida intends to register said
name wiih lb.- Clerk of the Circuit
Curt Of Dade County, Florida.
ARDIYOS CORP.
a Florida ooriioratlon
MARKI'S. WINTER SPIT ALE
Attorneys at Law
1251 S.W 22nd Street
Miami. Florida rut:.
4 21-28 -. r,-l2
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 72-17R6
IN PROBATE 3
JOHN R. BLANTON
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of '
MAN ZIRIN8KT
Deceased,
To All Creditors and All Persons I lav -
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired t,, present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of .MAN ZIRINSKY de-
ceased late of Dade County Florida,
to the County Judges of Dad.- County,
and file the same in duplicate and an
provided In Section 738.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
ly Courthouse in Dad.- County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or tile same will be barred
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 10
dav Of April, A.D. 1972.
DONALD ZI'RIN
a k a DONALD ZERN
As Executor
First publication of this notice ml
the 14 MYERS. KAPLAN. PORTER.
LEY IN SON & KEN IN
E Bruce Alexander
Attorney for Executor
1130 S.W. isi Street, Miami. Fla.
1 14-31-38 5 I


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rida Friday, April 21, 1972
Section B
per Contest Brewing In
[hief Rabbinate Elections
inv (JTA)A bitter
[shaping up in Israel's
bbinate elections,
fhlomo Goren announ-
ce was a candidate for
of Ashkenazic Chief
Iking official what the
more or less taken
for weeks.
it Burg, Minister of
a leader of the Na-
lirious Party, confirmed
em that the 86-year-
1'iit Chief Rabbi, Issar
BLTnterman, intends to
i re-election.
oren. Chief Rabbi of
left Monday morning
y visit to Europe and
the United States. He will be
guest of honor at the Israel
Independence Day celebrations
of the Belgian Zionist Federa-
tion in Brussels and will then
go to Vienna to observe the pro-
cessing of Jewish emigrants from
the Soviet Union on their way to
Israel.
Rabbi Goren, the former chief
chaplain of Israel's armed forces,
is favored for the Chief Rabbi-
nate post by the more liberal
elements of the religious estab-
lishment here. He reportedly has
the support of Premier Golda
Meir and her Labor Party and
of substantial portions of the
NRP.
ousing Experts
ffer Remedies
iALEM (JTA) An
lonal committee of hous-
uction experts has of-
a prescription for
t- severe housing short-
issued a scathing criti-
[present practices which
yas costing the economy
of millions of pounds
osed remedies, inc'ud-
ation of red tape that
t>e approval of building
bid the introduction of
Iterials and construciion
emerged from a week-
hposium on housing prob-
M ended here last Friday.
Symposium, chaired by
lork realtor Jack D.
[chairman of the Jewish
ho'ising committee,
ended by 15 building ex-
om abroad, Israeli build-
Icials of the Housing Min-
Ind the Jewish Agency.
pf the sessions were at-
personally by Housing
Ir Zeev Sharef and Louis
pus. chairman of the Jew*
ency Executive.
ftechnical discussions were
by Joseph Newman.
resident for building re-
and technology of the
n Realty and Construc-
florp., one of the world's
building firms, builders
110-story twin towers of
Jew York World Trade
1 symposium disclosed that
rv takes an averaee of 18
hs to get a building license
approved. The committee's re-
port stated bluntly that "Delays
due to manpower shortages, un-
availability of equipment and
materials, bureaucratic decision
making, lack of planning and or-
ganization and inability to read-
ily adapt to innovations are cost-
ing Israel's economy hundreds
of millions of pounds annually."
Despite this, building starts
in Israel have been more than
twice those in the New York
metropolitan area which has
a population of 11 million. Mr.
Weller pointed out that in To-
kyo, capital of a highly indus-
trial nation, 3Gr/< of the popula-
tion lives in sub-standard hous-
ing. There are limitations to
what can be accomplished, he
said.
Sharef declared that some of
the problems could be tackled
immediately but others are long-
term problems. He said he hoped
that the first results would be
seen in six to nine months but
overall results may take y?ars
to accomplish. He added that
even after the new methods are
applied, housing costs may not
decline immediately.
Mr. Weiler said a senior co-
ordinator will be appointed on
behalf of the committee to fol-
low through on its recommenda-
tions. He said the appointee will
be a person who is knowledge-
able in all facets of building and
who with the prestige of the
committee behind him will have
access to all nine ministries and
ministers who presently must
approve building plans.
fo Underwrite $100 Million For Housing
JRUSALEM (JTA) Vhe
Agency for International
Hopment (AID) has agreed
principle to underwrite an
tional $100 million for hous-
|oans in Israel, it was learned
The agency guaranteed
million in housing loans two
nths ago.
Sources at Tefahot. Israel's
itral Mortgage Bank, dis-
closed the new agreement on
the occasion of the visit of Stan-
ley Baruch, head of the AID
Housing Division. The American
official is here to observe how
the first $25 million of the guar-
anteed $50 million loan is being
used. The balance of the loan
will be available at the end of
the present fiscal year .'June 30)
according to Moshe Mann, man-
ager of Tehafot.
'Iks Move Ford Truck Assembly Plant Closer
[TEL AVIV (JTA) The es-
fcblishment of a Ford' truck as-
bmbly plant in Israel moved a
jtep closer when a group of Is-
raeli businessmen, including lo-
cal Ford agents, were invited to
ondon to discuss the project,
invitation came from the
manager of Ford industries in
Europe as a follow-up to the re-
cent visit of Henry Ford II to
Israel.
The American motor magnate
expressed interest in increasing
Ford's investment in this coun-
try. Ford's European-made mo-
torcars are presently assembled
at a plant in Israel. A Ford truck
assembly plant would replace
the British Leyland Motor Co.
plant whose monopoly on truck
assemblies here expires soon.
Rabbi Unterman is supported
by ultra-Orthodox elements here
and abroad who have l>eeii nrg"
ing him to stand for re-election
despite his advanced age. NRP
leaders have been trying on the
other hand to persuade Itnhbi
Unterman to accept the title of
honorary Chief Rabbi for life.
According to reliable sources
they have also offered to support
his candidacy for Chief Rabbi
of Jerusalem, a post that has
been vacant for years. Rabbi
Unterman has stated that he
didn't want honorary posts that
carried no real auhority but has
not stated publicly yet that he
intends to run for re-election.
Without Unterman's candid-
acy, a victory for Rabbi Goren
would seem assured. His sup-
porters claim that the election
of Rabbi Goren would avert a
brewing struggle in Israel over
the rigidity of the present Chief
Rabbinate.
The executive committee for the Shaare Zedek Hospital, Jeru-
salem, presented a Jerusalem Bible to Gale K. Hovey, (cen-
ter) trust officer for the Miami Beach First National Bank
recently in appreciation for his outstanding servieeslo The
hospital and the community. Participating in the ceremony
held in the offices of the Miami Beach First National Bank,
were Leonard Zilbert, (left) vice president of Riverside Me-
morial Chapels and executive member of the American
Committee of Shaare Zedek Hospital, Jerusalem, and Thames
L. Dusthimer, president of the Miami Beach First National
Bank. Guests included Shaare Zedek board members,
Rabbi and Mrs. Harry Jolt, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schachtei,
Mrs. Rose Rosenbaum, Jerome Bienenfeld, Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Bienenfeld, and many bank officers.
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Marble Sculpture Of Moses
To Be Dedicated Thursday
Dedication of a magnificent
marble sculpture of Moses by the
noted California artist Hvam, a
gift of Miami Beach banker and
civic loader Frank Smathers to
Temple Kmanu-Kl. was to be held
Thursday afternoon in the Pearl-
man Mural Room.
The gift of the impressive por-
trayal of Judaism's most famous
leader was made in conjunction
with the annual Scholarship Ball of
the Lehrman Day School of Tem-
ple Kmanu-Kl.
The black tie dinner-dance will
be held Saturday night in the
Kriedland Ballroom wilh a pro-
pram featuring a total absence of
speeches, general chairman Leon-
aid Zilbert said.
Hyam. who in the business
World is chairman of the board of
the noted Akron Stores of Los
Angeles, achieved international ac-
claim as a sculptor only seven
yean after beginning what started
out as a hobby.
After winning numerous prizes,
Hyam spent a lu'J year studying
the principal museums and gal-
leries of Europe, and has continued
his sculpting as a near full-time
pursuit.
Mr. Smathers saw the 23 inch
wide and two feet high bust of
Moses, presented in dramatic fash-
ion at the famed Cathedral City
gallery near Palm Springs. Calif.
He discussed the piece with Dr.
Irving Lehrman with whom he
works on the Dade County Com-
munity Relations Board and other
projects and arranged for the
significant contribution.
Chairman of the board and pres-
ident of United Bancshares of
Florida, Mr. Smathers has been a
guiding force in the growth of the
| Miami Beach First National Bank.
| anchor institution of the regis-
tered bank holding company and
is a trustee of the University of
Miami and a member of the Flor- J
ida Council of 100.
The Moses figure is mounted
on a nine-inch jiedestal, and will
be placed permanently in the main
entrance to the Temple Kmanu-EI
offices.
A coffee at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur Peaiiman Tuesday .
climaxed preparations for the
Scholarship Ball, according to
Judge Herbert S. Shapiro, con-
| grecation president.
He lauded the committee headed
by Mr. Zilbert and the women's
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Island. Good references. Rabbi C.
T., Box 2973, Miami, no. 33101
COMMEMORATING
The Poet Z. WEINPER
Hebrew Academy
2400 Pinetree urive, Miami Beach
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Mrs. Ben Beloff and Mrs. Al Pod-
vin for their leadership.
Honorary chairmen Samuel
Friedland. Matthew Hoscnhaus.
Harry Pearlman and Kmil Morton
are working with past chairmen
Stephen Muss. Robert Blum and j
Irving Cowan to insure the sue-
case of the event Saturday night.
Mr. Zilbert stressed the com-
munity nature of the Lehrman
Day School, completing its 14th '
year as the largest Conservative i
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Many of the students' families are ,
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Histadrul Foundation Marks
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The Israel Histadrut Founda-
tion this week celebrated Israel's
iAth birthday by announcing that
it has surpassed the cumulative
total of $24 million in funds
raised for the long-range medical.
Program In Commemoration
Of Yiddish Poet Z. Weinper
A musical program will be pre-
| sented Thursday, April 27 at 8
I p.m. in commemoration of the
! late Yiddish poet Zishe Weinper.
I it has been announced.
Participating in the salute to
j Mr. Weinper, which will take
place at the Hebrew Academy of
Greater Miami, 2400 Pine Tree
Dr., will be editor and lecturer
Itche Goldberg, discussing the
poet and his lite, tolksinger and
composer Mordecai Yardeini and
concert violinist Bogdan
Chrushtch. A recitation will also
be given by M. Maisel.
JWYA Night Club Affair
The North Shore Post No. 677
Ladies Auxiliary, JWV, will have
a night club affair at the Mont
marte Hotel, Saturday at 9 p.m.
Contact Pearl Randell, Libbie
Cohen, or Milt Koch for tickets.
educational and welfare programs
ol the Histadrut in Israel.
Dr. Leon Kronish, national
chairman of the board of the His-
tadrut Foundation, issued a sum-
mary showing that the record
figure represents an increase ol
more than S4 million in less than
14 months.
He also announced that the |
Histadrut Foundation has opened j
a national branch office in Miami |
Beach. More than 15'; of all
funds realized by the organize* i
lion have been raised in South
Florida.
Dr. Sol Stein of New York, na-
tional president of the Founda-
tion, said plans already are under !
way for the 25th anniversary
Mid-Winter Conference in Miami
Beach to be held in February.
1973.
The branch office is located in
the One Lincoln Road Building
in Miami Beach.
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BRIEF SKETCHES OF PORTS OF CALL
From Port Everglades to
ports of call with Dutch, Brit-
ish, Spanish, French, and South
Ame/ica heritages is now. only..
a short cruise away for Flor-
idians.
This summer and fall, the
S.S. Nieuw Amsterdam will of-
fer 16 different Caribbean
cruises. Some of the exotic
stopping places are as follows:
ARUBA (Oranjestad)New-
est of the Caribbean resorts,
Aruba is one of the principal
islands of the Netherlands An-
tilles group. We will call at the
capital city, Oranjestad. This is
a quaint, tidy Dutch city,
splashed with gay colors of the
Caribbean. In fact, local tradi-
tion dictates that no home be
the same color as its neighbor.
The resultant kaleidoscope of
pastels is one of the most
charming facets of the island's
unique atmosphere.
A walk through downtown
Oranjestad offers exciting shop-
ping possibilities. Fine products
from the world over are avail-
able at free-port prices. You'll
also want to see Queen Wilhel-
mina Park and Fort Wilhelm
III, which was built in 1798. All
of Aruba is easily accessible
from the city and the island's
peculiar windswept terrain of-
fers many an intriguing sight.
One of the most interesting of
these is the Divi divi tree.
Sculptured by the constant
trade winds, this tree defies
nature's norms by growing side-
ways.
BAHAMAS (Freeport)
Freeport is located on the is-
land of Grand Bahama, one of
the largest of the Bahamas
an archipelago of 700 islands
that stretches southeast from
the coast of Florida. In fact,
Freeport is only some 80 miles
from Palm Beach. Freeport,
true to its name, is just that
.1 free port. This means that
shopping there is an interna-
tional adventure, especially in
the 12-acre multi-million dollar
International Bazaar which
features rows of streets with
their shops selling the wares of
different countries.
Another of Freeport's big at-
tractlon is its gambling and
you'll find this sport at the F.'l
Casino. In the evenings many
of the luxury hotels offer ex-
cellent floor shows and also
well worth seeing is the native
show called Junkeroo. In addi-
tion, the island is surrounded
by superb white sandy beaches,
especially at I.ucaya, and its
colorful waters provide a para-
dise for swimming, boating and
fishing enthusiasts.
BAHAMAS (Nassau)Nas-
sau, capital of the Bahama Is-
lands, is located on New Pro-
vidence Island and is very Brit-
ish, indeed. You'll want to see
its Government House which is
located on Mt. Fitzwilliam and
is approached by a long flight
of steps in the middle of which
is the famous statue of Chris-
topher Columbus. On George
Street stands the Christ Angli-
can Cathedral while the heart
of the city is Rawson Square
which conains the government
buildings.
The main shopping street is
Bay Street which runs parallel
to the waterfront and boasts
a colorful public market. Off
shore at the eastern end of the
harbor glass bottomed boats
are available for sightseeing.
Ardastra Gardens also contain
many rare tropical plants along
with beautiful performing flam-
ingoes. The powder-soft beaches
and incredibly clear seas are a
swimmer's paradise, especially
on Paradise Island which is
linked to downtown Nassau by
a bridge. Here is where you'll
find many of the newer luxury
hotels. However, water sports,
probably the island's most pop-
ular attraction, are available
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BARBADOS .Bridgetown)
Barbados is virtually "one of
the British Isles" in a Carib-
bean setting. With a look much
like that of England itself, this
compact little island of rolling
hills and "flying" fish is one of
the most popular vacation re-
treats in the West Indies.
Almost from the very begin-
ning of the island's history,
Bridgetown has been the prin-
cipal center of population. It is
also the capital. While there
you'll want to visit Magazine
Lane where you'll find the Mon-
tefiore Fountain, presented to
the island's people by a promi-
nent family. Fine examples of
the art of stained glass wind-
dows can be seen in the Barba-
dos Public Buildings in Trafal-
gar Square. And about one and
a half miles from town is St.
Michael where you'll find the
Barbados Museum which con-
tains interesting mementos of
the island's history. At Tent
Bay, one can watch the daily
return of the flying fish fleet
and on the east coast is Sam
Lord's Castle, the island's out-
standing example of sugar pro-
fits turned to splendor.
BERMUDA ( Hamilton )
Few people realize that the
name Bermuda actually refers
to a chain of some 150 small
islands. However, only the sev-
en main ones have ever been
settled which started with the
arrival of the English in 1609.
And the minute you step into
one of the many shops in Ham-
llton, the capital, you'll
why Bermuda is known as a
showcase of British goods.
in Hamilton you'll want to
see the Parliament Building
(also known as the Sessions
House I, the cathedral and other
beautiful churches. East of the
city is Flatt's Village which of-
fers the Bermuda Government
Aquarium. Here you'll see a
fine collection of tropical fish
(more than 600 varieties are
found in Bermuda's waters) in
their natural settings.
At the extreme eastern end
of Bermuda is St. George, once
Bermuda's capital which has a
17th century church and num-
erous ruins of old forts. On the
western end of the islands are
Fort Scaur, the Sea Gardens
and Somerset Bridge an 18-
inch drawbridge which is the
smallest in the world. To try
and mention all of Bermuda's
beautiful pink coral beaches is
impossible. Just remember that
you are never more than a mile
from the sea and the bathing
conditions are ideal. And there
seems to be as many golf
courses as there are beautiful
beaches.
CURACAO (Wlllemstad)
Curacao then looms on the hor-
izon where your ship docks at
Willemstad, the capital, which
is divided into two parts by
Santa Anna Bay. In the city's
Punda section, you'll find gov-
ernment buildings and banks as
well as throngs of shoppers
strolling the wide malls, paus-
ing at international shops, or
sipping drinks in palm-linked
sidewalk cafes. In the other sec-
tion of town, called Otrabanda,
are more shops. All of Willem-
stad is made more interesting
and colorful by its tall, authen-
tic 17th century pastel-colored
buildings as well as the Dutch-
styled houses, clean in their lit-
tle green gardens.
At the Floating Market boats
from Venezuela, only 27 miles
away, tie up laden with fruits
and vegetables. Close by is the
Queen Emma pontoon bridge
which opens up to let ocean-
going ships pass through the
middle of town. Other interest-
ing sights to see are the Mikve
Israel Synagogue, the oldest
one in the Western Hemisphere,
and Fort Amsterdam with the
Governor's House. Whether you
choose to take advantage of the
low prices in the city on a shop-
ping spree or just relax, Wil-
lemstad is unique the quaint,
tidy atmosphere of the Nether-
lands set in the lush, blue-green
magic of the Caribbean.
GUADELOUPE (Pointe a -
Pitre) Although known as the
"Emerald Isle of the Carib-
bean," Guadeloupe is actually
two separate islands divided by
a narrow four-mile strait called
the Riviere Salee. The Guade-
loupe section is a lush, moun-
tainous region dominated by a
volcano called Soufriere, The
eastern portion, called Grande-
Terre, is somewhat less rugged
and is the site of our port of
call, Pointe-a-Pitre.
As in most Caribbean cities.
Pointe-a-Pltre's churches and
government buildings yield val-
uable insight into the island's
past. Among the more notable
of these are the Court of Law,
Museum, and the St. Pierre and
St. Paul Church. Outside of the
city, Guadeloupe is girded by a
shoreline roadway which offers
spectacular seascapes. The re-
gion surrounding Soufriere of-
fers many fine views complete
with racing mountain torrents,
hot springs and dense rain
forests. Nearby Trois Rivieres
and its "Valley of the Ancient
Caribes" is a treasury of Carib
Indian art.
On Grande-Terre, Le Moule
Beach has carved its way into
an old cemetery where one can
see petrified skulls outlined In
the seaward rocks. Gosier and
La Pergola are beaches close to
Pointe-a-Pitre. The town of
Basse-Terre is another interest-
ing study of the past, with
beautiful parks, historic build-
ings, a 17th century church and
Fort Richepance.
HAITI (Port-au-Prince)
Port au Prince, a city of
some 200,000 people, is the cap-
ital and principal port of Haiti.
As is the case with most of our
West Indies ports of call, Hai-
ti's history is as rich and color-
ful as its breathtaking moun-
tainous beauty. It was discov-
ered by Columbus in 1492 who
made the event a rather smash-
ing onehe ran his flagship
aground on the island1.
Among the things you'll prob-
ably want to see in Port-au-
Prince are Haiti's great white
National Palace, the nearby
Palace of Justice, the Basilica
of Notre Dame and the Champs-
de-Mars-Park. The latter is the
city's largest square and the
center of civic, social and cul-
tural activities for the island.
You'll also enjoy a shopping
tour through the colorful Iron
Market where a fantastic pot-
pourri of native goods are on
sale. Here, too, is where you'll
find articles of Haiti's highly
individualistic and vibrant style
of arta result of its cultural
blend of Spanish, French and
African influence.
Exploring Sand Cay, one of
the world's most beautiful coral
reefs, in a glass-bottomed boat
is fun and Kyona Beach, out-
side of the city, offers a fine
beach for swimming. Many vis-
itors to Haiti are interested in
seeing a Voodoo ceremonial
dance, a uniquely different ex-
perience. This interesting reli-
gion originated in Dahnmy Af-
rica and is one of the few ex-
amples of primitive snake wor-
ship found in our hemisphere.
ISI.A DE M A 1{ <; A R I T A
(Pampatarj The island of
Margarita Is only 24 miles off
the coast of South America.
Some say that Margarita is
truly the last of the undiscov-
ered Caribbean Islands. T > ecs-
tatic Venezuelans, who r< gard
the isiand as a South American
Tahiti, it has been a familiar
place almost sIivm Columbus
discovered it. Bui for Amer-
icans. Margarita remains un-
iquely unknown and untouched.
The fishing and snorkeling off
its shores are unbeatable and
its beaches are excellent and
virtually unused.
Pampatar, where your ship
arrives, has a famous colonial
church and the Castle of San
("arias Borromeo, a jewel of
colonial architecture. Not far-
away is Porlamar, the island's
largest city, which has an inter-
esting open-air market. Here
you'll find odd-shaped natural
pearls since the island was once
the world's major source of
these lovely items. After prowl-
ing through gentle Margarita's
quaint villages, you'll probably
decide that there is no better
place to absorb the sun, sand
and sea.
JAMAICA (Montego Bay)
.In Jamaica our port of call is
Montego Bay. The town is dot-
ted with colorful shops where
one can choose from a diversity
of imported goods. The Cag-
and Dome arc historic land-
marks that date back to the
days of slavery. Nearby is Rase
Hall Great House, once the
home of the notorious White
Witch. This "haunted" mansion
is now being restored and was
once the home of Mrs. Annie
Palmer. She had an unpleasant
habit of taking her slaves as
lovers, then murdering them
when her ardor cooled.
There are pretty resort
hotels nestling in tropical shrub-
bery along the glistening
beaches past the famed Doc-
tor's Cave, and farther on miles
of sugar plantations, Discovery
Bay where Columbus landed in
1494, the picturesque old sugar
town of Falmouth, leading to
600-foot high Dunn's River near
Ocho Rios. Around on the is-
land's southern coast near
Kingston was the location of
old Port Royal -one of the rich-
est and most infamous cities in
the world. Here was the haven
of the pirate Henry .Morgan
and his hand that preyed on the
shipping of the fabled "Spanish
Main." The city met a timely
end it sank beneath the sea
and was destroyed by an earth-
quake in 1688.
PUERTO RICO fSan Juan>
- San Juan is one of the oldest
cities of the New Wor'd lit was
founded in 1521) and is Puerto
Rico's capital and largest city.
Its ancient fortifications are
perhaps (he city's most famous
tourist attraction. Don't fail lj
visit the Impressive fortress of
El -Mono and of equal interest
is massive Foil San Cristobal.
a part of the city's network of
fortresses that guarded the
land approaches. San Juan
Gale, constructed in 1641, was
the entrance to the old walled
city.
The city is also noted for its
beautiful churches. Among
those of unusual interest is the
old San Jose Church, founded
in 1523, and the Santo Domingo
Convent which adjoins it. San
Juan's Cathedral contains the
remains of Ponce de Leon in a
marble tomb.
Shopping in the city's bus-
tling streets will easily please
the most discriminating tastes.
World famous Puerto Rican
rum is available at low prices
and there is an exciting array
of other gift possibilities. The
beautiful hotels and clubs
(where you'll find the gambling
casinos) offer top-notch enter-
tainment.
For complete information and brochures on the 16 Caribbean
cruises sailing from Port Everglades write: Holland America
Cruises, Department F, Pier 40, North River New York, New
York, 10014, or phone Fort Lauderdale 565-5588.


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9-Unist ncrkttaun
Friday April 2:,
Gen. Narkiss To Address
Israel Anniversary Fete
Gen. Uzi Narkiss, director gen-
eral of the immigration and ab-
soi ption department of the Jowish
A-jency in I>rail. will speak on
'Americans and Russian* in Is-
rael" Tuesday night at Beth Torah
Congregation. North Miami Boach.
The 8:30 p.m. meeting is co-
sponsored by the American Zion-
ist Federation an: its consti'uen*
groups, the American Jewish Con-
and by the Israel \ iyah
O nter i>: Miami.
Th session, which will
brate the 24th anniversary >f Is-
rael's Independence, L- under the
auspices of the Rabbinical Asso-
ciation of Greater Miami. Rabbi
Mayer Abramowitz will be chair-
man of the evening, which il flW
and open to the public.
There will be no solicitation of
funds according to Israel Shapiro,
regional director of the A iyah
Center who is coordinaiin^ "the
visit of Gen. NarkiSS here.
The 47-year-Old Israeli war iiero
directed operations which cap-
tured Beersheba in the 194S-4"
War of Independence. He was i
colonel starving on the General
Staff during the Sinai iampai:n of
19.V1.
During the Six-Day War of
1967. Gen. Narkiss commanded
forces which captured the Old
City of Jerusalem. He is the lor-
mcr commander and foundei ol
the Israel National Defense Col-
*
Orthodox Rabbi Endorses
Constitutional Amendment ^-
Rabbi Tibor H. Stern of the Ja-
cob C. Cohen Community Syna-
gogue says Orthodox rabbis can
in good faith endorse any amend- (.
ment that will give economic and
soda! rights 1; women in ourcoun-
: try-
He said the recent statement by
the Igud Horabonim of the United
States opposing a constitutional
amendment for women's liberation
"has no validity in the eyes of
Jewish law. Without entering into
particulars, any challenge can be
met with clear halaehic answers."
Rabbi Stein asserted.
Jewish Education Leader
Dr. Uriah Engelman Dies
Dr. Uriah Kngelman. a leader
in the field of Jewish education.
passed away Saturday. April 14.
The author of "The Rise of the
' Jews in the Western World" he
.'. as director of the Bureau of Jew-
ish Education in Buffalo.
He also served as head of the
research department of the Amer-
ican Association for Jewish Educa-
tion before retiring and moving to
Miami Beach in 1966. He is sur-
\ived bj his wife, Deboiah. a son.
Asheri, and a daughter, Mrs. Ye-
mira Strum, who lives in Israel.
Bienvenida Chapter Installs
Bienvenida Chapter 1403. B'nai
B'rith Women, will hold its instal-
I; lion luncheon Thursday, April
27. at the Doral Beach Hotel. Mrs.
Jose Ventura, president, and the
other officers for the coming year
will be installed by Rabbi Leon
Kronish of Temple Beth Sholom.
The program will feature a fash-
ion show, a special presentation by
I i he chapter sixinsored B.B.Y.O.
girls' group, and entertainment.
wH|]|[ijjjtai||
Radlord R. Crane, incoming chairman of the boctd. pre.
sents Dads Foundation Award for community ser-;;
William D. Singer, left.
Dade Foundation Cite* Win. Singer
William P. S ig was
for "outs! inity si i
j ; rnors
the D :
made
P. Crane, who
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chairman ird
John R. Ring as I
The Dade Foi

to administ inthnl
rats for thi
lUUlIty ;i- :>.
The Barry Sisters wil1 eppear in concert for one night only,
Saturday, May 13, at the Miami Beach Auditorium. Cla're
and Merna 'who really are sisters) are longtime favorites of
night clubs end variety television. Proceeds of "The Woiid
of the Barry Sisters in Concert" will go to the South Florida
Medical Center in Israel, a project of the Israel Histadrut
Council of South Florida. Tickets are new on sale at the
auditorium box office and at the Histadrut office, suite 214,
1 Lincoln Rd. Eldg.. Miami Beach.
New Aliyah Sailing Season
A new aliyah sailing season be-
M 0 n d b y when the T.S.S.
. Anna Maria sailed from
New York to Haifa with 91 olim
n board. The T.S.S. Anna Maria,
which is owned by the Greek Line.
sails a route via Portugal. Italy,
Greece and Cyprus. The sailing
time is two weeks and all facilities
are provided for Kashruth and
Sabbath observance. A Hebrew-
course is available to prepare the
oleh for his ai rival.
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Kareh wanted lor Central Florida
Conservative Temple. Minimum S
years Hebrew Teaching experience
mandatory. Resume must include
educational background, work his-
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Education and work experience os
a Hebrew Teacher will be consider-
ed primarily in filling this position.
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ebrew Academy Dedication
Dinner Produces Surprises
Mrs. Claire Rosen flew to Miami
ach Sunday night to attend the
iicalion Dinner of the Greater
)miatiahMM- Academy as t
or an! senior high school
llilinc of the Beach school was
|pi fficially in memory of her
band, Julias (Jack) Rosen.
I nquet al the Eden Roc
tel, in honor "f philanthropist
I.. Shaw, climaxed a week
(activities celebrating the con-
tortion of thp building at Pine
po Drive and 24th Terrace.
Mrs. Rosen, now a resident of
iir Ariz., said she is now
pi.:::- to begin the first Hebrew
- tool In that area and lauded
rev. A< ademy for its ex-
pansion program.
Mr. and Mrs. Shaw announced
an additional gift to the school
?wfcM*. wtit-. enable the Hebrew
Academy to pay off its existing
mortgage on the main campus
building this year. The Shaws are
celebrating their 50th anniversary,
and he recently observed his 70th
birthday.
More than :>,r>00 persons at toned
.i Dedication Conceit at the Mi-
ami Beach Auditorium with Ar-
thur Fiedler conducting the Great-
er Miami Philharmonic orchestra.
A supper for patrons, under the
chairmanship of Mrs. Hurry
(Helene) Koretzky. which fol-
lowed the conceit was highly suc-
cessful, according to Miami Beach
attorney Irving Firtel, president
j of the Hebrew Academy.
Jack S. Popick was general
! chairman of the dinner, with Os- j
i car Schapiro as cochairman. Other
participants included Louis Mer-
witzer, honorary president; Rabbi
Kugene Labovitz and Cantor Ed-
ward Klein of Temple Ner Tamid;
and Oscar Mamber, Academy vice
president.
Ora Lee Gross, an officer of the
Olga and Margaret Weishaus
High School for Girls, and Rabbi
Alexander S. Gross, p r i ncipal,
joined in praising Mr. and Mrs.
Shaw for their dedication to Torah
Judaism and the Stale of Israel.
Ruskin New President Of
Mt. Sinai Sustaining Board
skin, the new president of th
Itaining board of fellows of
Ifc-ach attorney Lloyd L. ceived his Juris Doctor degree in
1S55. His activities for the medi-
cal center include chairmanship of
the estate planning commitUv ol
its development fund.
A past president of the Bay Her.
bor Islands Club an:" captain in
that town's volunteer lire depart-
ment, Mr. Ruskin has also served
on the Community Planning Coun-
cil and Welfare Planning Board of
Dade County, on the board of rov-
ernors and executive rommi:co
of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed- f
i ration, and on the national board:
of governors of the Jewish Ojru-I
pationa] Council. A member of the
Masons, Shriners and Klks, he i-
listec in Who's Who in the South
and Southwest the American Ho.-v.
orarlan, World's Who'; Who in
Commerce and Industry, and the
Biographical Encyclopedia o! tlu-
United States.
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ILOrO t. RUSKIN
bind Sinai M.^'lcal Center, as-
pied office at the group's annual
cktail party, held recently at
home of the Marshall F.
senbergs.
)thers named to new positions
bliuiiHl Jay Allen Siegel, fust
fee president; Martin Sandier,
!ond vice president; Mitchell
twis, secretary, and Michael
vitz, treasurer.
Mr. Ruskin, son of long-time
bunt Sinai officer and fouiuwr
In P.. Ruskin. is a graduate cf
Inderbilt University and the Uui-
ity of Miami, where he r1-
New Beth Sholom Group For
Young Professional Singles
The Young Professionals of
Temple Beth Sholom of Miami
Beach, in cooperation with the
YM-YWHA of Greater Miami,
are forming a new group which
seeks to bring young professional
singles together in monthly so-
cial meetings.
Sunday at 8 p.m., Yoga Rama
and his wife Siti (Si-TeeI will
teach and demonstrate Yoga at
the temple's Youth Center. There j
will be Israeli folk dancing free
for eaiiybirds who can get to the
Youth Center at 6:30 p.m.
Spring Music Festival Set
Temple Tifereth Jacob of Hia-
leah will sponsor a "Spring Music
Festival" Saturday, May <;, at s
p.m. on the theme "Music Through-
out The Ages." The festival win
include a variation of Hebrew,
Yiddish, Israeli and Hassidic melo-
dies, conducted by Rabbi Nathan
Zolondek.
JWB Elects
To Its Board
Evan Olster, a local Jewish com-
munal leader, has been elected to '
the Board of Directors of the Na-
tional J e w i s h Welfare Board
(JWBi, it was announced at the
closing session of the 1972 Bien-
nial Convention of JWB in At-
lanta, Ga.
JWB is the National Association
ef Jewish Community Centers and
VM-YWHAs which serve more
than a million American Jews. It
is also the agency accredited by
the U.S. government for serving
the religious, cultural, social and
welfare needs of Jews in the armed
forces, their families and hospital-
ized veterans.
A member of the YM-YWHA of
Greater Miami, Mr. Olster has
served as a memlier of the "Y's"
Board and is currently the chair-
man of the "Y's" Fxecutive Com-
mittee. He has been active on al-
most every level of the "Y's" or-
ganization, and has served on the
Sponsor Membership Campaign
Committee.
Mr. Olster has also been active
in civic and philanthropic endeav-
ors of every nature in Dade Coun-
ty, particularly the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, of which the
"Y" is a beneficiary agency. He
has served as an assistant state's
attorney, and is currently one of
Florida's leading condominium de-
velopers.
Leon Kaplan of Miami, who was
reelected to the Board, received
a Bronze Medallion and Citation
for his "distinguished contribution
to the enhancement of Jewish
identity through the Jewish Com-
munity center movement" at the
convention.
Evan Olster
Of Directors
His Citation reads: "In devot-
ing himself to the enhancement of
the Jewish Community Center as
a significant community force fur
a richer, more meaningful Jewish
life in America. Mr. Kaplan has
been a major influence in the
growth and development of Cen-
ter work in the South through his
key toles as president of the YM-
YWHA of Greater Miami, pres-
ident of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation and president of JWB's
Southern Area. A member of
JWB's Board of Directors, he has
i- ade an indelible imprint on the
center movement nationally by vir-
tue of his years of Inspired and In-
spiring leadership as a vice presi-
dent of JWB. as a member of its
Survey Commission and Study
Committee, and as chairman of a
number of JWB committees whose
findings and recommendations
have given Impetus t<> essential
JWB services for the center field."
Halpern Urges Expansion
Of Kosher Lunch Program
Congressman Seymour Halpern
(R-N.Y.) has called on Secretary
of Agriculture Butz to expand the
national school lunch program to
include kosher food for those stu-
dents who observe strict dietary
laws
The Federal government, under
the auspices of the Department of
Agriculture, distributes Type A
school lunches across the country
but kosher are available only in
New York City. The kosher food
program, at present, consists ol
supplying quantities of kosher
ground beef for distribution to
Jewish schools there.
Thursday Luncheon to Fete
Dade's Outstanding Citizens
The 25th annual search for Dade
County's Outstanding Citizens will
be climaxed Thursday afternoon
at the Dupont Plaza Hotel with
an award luncheon to be addressed
by the president of Florida Inter-
national University.
Dr. Charles Perry, head of the
new university which opens this
fall, will be the keynote speaker
at the luncheon sponsored by Sho-
lem Lodge 1024 of B'nai B'rith.
Dade Federal Savings and Loan
\ssocintinn pnd Trvso-h M. I.ioton,
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'chairman of the board of the fi-
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patrons.
Melvin J. Haber and Ronald A.
Shapo are cochairmen of the event.
Permanent judges are George Bee-
be, senior managing editor of the
Miami Herald. Ralph Renick, vice
president of WTVJ; and Fred K.
Shochet, editor and publisher of
the Jewish Floridian.
The man and woman .judged to
have performed the single most
outstanding function for the good
and welfare of the Dade County
community will be honored at the
luncheon, which brings to a close
a quarter of a century of civic
i service. Award winners of the past j
I 24 years served on the luncheon '
' committee.
Rummage Sale On Sunday
A rummage sale will be held at '
. Ahavat Shalom Congregation. 985
; SW 67th Ave., Sunday beginning
i at 10 a.m. All proceeds will go into
the building fund of the Shul.
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Mrc Rncon F'prtpH Meredith Friedlander, Bridegroom
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ar.d her from North Mb
groom, Dor.aid Tendrich. arei School and attended M.a
3D a honeymoon cruise to the Car- Junior College at.
Mrs. osen
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the frat
was
- -H.er.t of the t. ni-
undergraduate
I of the Greater Miami
alumni chapter.
Other Miamians elected
Mrs. Nancy McPhearson secre-
tary-, and Mrs. Gloria Johnson,
secretary- i
Mrs. Rosen, an a ember
of Tempie Beth Am. for
taught at Miami-Dade Junior
lege and has served as a urt
observer for the Greater Miami
Crime Commission.
Brandee Fcrrnar:. daughter c: Tootsie and Dan Fur.-r.an of
Kansas City to start her stewa | for Trans-W ... ;:es
- --iappy Landings, honey!
happy to hear that Dan Carlin L- up and arour: I
m after op-n-hea.t surgery at The Miami Heart Institute,
d surgery at I ;ie and is rec
a!l so the s on the "mend."
Dr Max A LipscMtz, rabbi of Beth Torah Congregav een
:der.t of the Southeast Region of the American Jewish
When Fran Henbmen ani Iffh Leb came over on af-
ternoon to pick up their rackets to ; I ; r.r.;s Fran was ?reeted by
a rarprl iliuwci given by her Bister Bor.nie Hass ar.i
--r-ir.-Wv.. Sue Leb. She look- : so young and fresh in her green
- outfit and was completely shocked: Where do the years
| the first present she opened was from Vivian Sneider: Vivian
at Mickey's Mike's mother- shower so was Norma Shuster-
rrsn in fact. Norma had given a shower for Mickey many moons,
ago. as you car. see those are really "Miamians." Mickey and Sam
Dr. Samue! Leb> met in Miami Beach Junior High and were child-
hooc sweethearts; Fran and Mike, who also met in high school, plan
to be married June 18: he's a pre-med student at the University of
Miami; the Leb's really have a lot of celebrating to do in the month
of June number one son, Steve and his wife. Sue. will be celebrat-
ing their first anniversary on June 14; he's already in medical schoo1
here in Miami (Sam. you had better start enlarging your office>.
Bob. 17. is their youngest.
Lucille Jaffe. wife of Dr. Ed Jaffe, took "Best in Show" rt The
Haute Museum in Fort Lauderdale for her large canvas painting
"Elack on Black."
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Som<- of the capable ladies responsible for the success of the Torah
Fum! Luncheon at Berh Torah Congregation Tuesday were Mrs. Harry
Mandel. chairman of th" day: Mrs. Marshall Baltuch and Mrs. Arthur
Winton, hoatoaM I; Mrs. Stanley Caidin and Mrs. Jacob Renzer, decora-
tier.- Mrs. Stella Frank!. Mrs. Kitty Baumohl and Mrs. Blanch.-
Levin gourmet department; Mrs Norman Mtnaman, program, ind
Irving Krugel, Mrs. Ernie Herman, Mrs. Frank Xauff and Mr-
old Monuse reservations. Monies from the Torah Fund are a'.lo-
'a-'-" to the Jewish Theological Seminary of America where our new
rvative rabbis and Hebrew teachers are educated. A most
I and deserving cause.
The invitation read "For Old Times Sake" so Natalie and Mii
Gur.man had a 2-t-toeether brunch Sunday morning in their home with
all their 'ear friends: it was great seeing Robbe and Mel Forman.
Sonia and Stan Cohen, Sheila and Sy Rosen. Jean and Paul Schwartz,
Joan and Jack Lavin. Dottie and Al Kaufman. Fran and Harry Kauf-
man, fnot related) Anita Sherman, < Meyer was out-of-town on a.
ne-s trip i the Stan Steiners and Mitch Rosenthals to mention a
few who were there as Natalie said "we're all so busy in our daily
routines that somehow we never seem to have the time to spend with
the oeople we really care for." What a groovy idea!
it it it
Messrs. Goren and Culberton beware! You have competition!
Fran Kaufman and her partner. Joan Reach, won "third over-all in
the Masters Division" at the Spring Southern Regional Bridge Cham-
pionship at the Americana Hotel there were a thousand pal-s of
piayers for this tournament and this is really a feat! Our hats off to
you both. Joan Lavin and her partner, Evelyn Kornberg. who play at
The Miami Beach Bridge Club, won second prize money in the Cal-
cutta." You gals are terrific!
Mina and Lennie Kahn along with Saralyn and Norman Feinberg
glowing and rested after vacationing in the out-islands of Eleuthera.
The Balmoral Hotel was the setting for a recent dinner party hon-
oring the Hon. Richard W. Ervin. Justice of the Florida Supreme Court> and Julv 17_Aug u Adult profes-
hostcd by Mr. and Mrs. Paul Miller and given by his friends. Looking sjonai specialists will supervise and
as charming as ever were Judge and Mrs. Henry Balaban; Marie was in head each part of the program
a blue silk A-line gown; Judge and Mrs. Murray Goodman Corrine in under the direction of Dr. Donald
a smashing black, white and gray worsted gown that set off her flam-> Michelson.
ing rod hair; Judge and Mrs. Arden Siegendorf scene stealers : The camp will offer a distinc-
Cathy in a yellow knit (a younger and more beautiful Elizabeth Taylor i ,ive summer program for children .
in Washing! m.
band, :h<"- son ol
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JHA Women's Auxiliary To
Hold Meeting Tuesday Noon
The regular monthly meeting of
the Greater Miami Women's Aux-
iliary. Jewish Home for the Aged,
will be held Tuesday noon in the
Rubaiyat Room of the Algiers
Hotel.
Mrs. Lawrer.ce Silverrr.an
Went, will rail the meeting tr or-
der and give the mesaagi
come. Mrs. Max Marek
the prayer. Mrs. Louis Mak
program chairman,
for a musical program
Olga Bir.or Stern at the
reservations, call
t-aum. Henny Jaff=-e or
Orlow.
Miami Beach High PTA
To Meet Tuesday Night
Election of officers of the Mi-
ami Beach Senior High School
PTA will be heli Tuesday at 8
p.m. in the school cafeteria. Mrs.
Solomon Turner is chairman of
the event.
Program for tne evening will
deal with vocational programs of-
fered high schooi students by
universities. Speakers from Flor-
ida International Lniversity and
Miami-Dude Junior College will
be featured.
MM. DOSALO TfNWMCH
ibbean following their marriage
Saturday. April 15 in the Carillon
Hotel. Rabbi So! Landau performed
the 7:30 p.m. rites which urited
the couple.
The bride, daughter of Mrs.
Joyce Friedlander. 13800 NE 12th
Ave.. North Miami and Chnrles
Frif-dlai :>r of M =imi, jnduat-^i
The bridal pa:v -; y^ I
Myra Goldapple. rat s^.
Ellen Stevens. Liza -
Becky Solakian wen -Taids,
and the groom's tv.
Ronald Tendrich. wa- ^ i
rs included his br
and Howard Ter.dri j
bride's cousin. Paul F
The couple I
in Coral Gables wh !
The bride selec-- I .vn o(
satin and sat a pea u I
a nee lace, lavishly
with seed pearls ar.d j
wore a long and flowing Hamcfatj
headpiece and carried a cascade I
bouquet of white calla -.-.-
a detachable corsase of 'alia |
: lies in the center. Her itron o(
honor was attired in a ; ? ^wn
gown of dotted swis- :-hioi
with an empire waistline; she!
carried a cascade bouquet of yel-l
low daisies. The bridemaids won
similar gou-ns of pale ;
ted swiss and carriet ascai|
bouquets of light grev:
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Beth David will open its third
summer day camp session Monday.
June 19. It will be divided into two
4-week periods: June 19-July 14:
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type Judge and Mrs. Gerald Mager. 'Mrs. Mager in a stunning black
pioue dress. City attorney Burt Loebl with his Jocelyn were ther_> too;
she in a patriotic red. white and blue organza most chic!
What an unusual gift Eddie and Nellie Thalbaum's children.
Norma and Nat Shusterman and Donna and Harvey Thalbaum "he's
soon to be discharged from the medical corps and will open practice
as a radiologist in Kansas City gave their parents a trip to Israel for
their up-coming 46th wedding anniversary they will attend a Bar
Mitzvah in Jerusalem and have a reunion with family whom they
haven't seen for years and years. Mazel Tov!
Leave it to the women 45 women from all over the country and
from all walks of life and at their own expense convened in Washington.
D.C. on behalf of Soviet Jewry to beseech President Nixon, our sena-
tor- and congressmen to please listen to their pleas of "Help the Jews
in Russia to live as Jews and to allow them to leave if they want to."
from 3S to 6 years of age. from 9
a.m. to noon, Monday through Fri-
day. The total program is aimed
toward the development of charac-
ter, personality and self-expression
within the framework of the Ju-
daic tradition. A balanced pro-
gram in the arts, swimming, dan-
cing, and games will be provided.
Or Olom Auction Sunday
A large selection of original oils,
etchings, enamels, lithographs and
Israeli art has been secured by
Temple Or Olom for its art and
antique auction Sunday at 8:30
p.m. Admission to the event, which
will feature works by Chagall. Ca-
I anni, Picasso. Dali. Lautrec. Dufv
Shirley, wife of Dr. Albert Cohen was one of the gals from our nome j and vardi. is free. The pre-auction
town and we're very proud of her; she's already met with Sen. J \cob exhibit will open at 7:30 p.m.
Javits of New York and Sen. Lawton Chiles of Florida.
* ? &
It was a happy birthday dinner party for Lois CMrs. Ed> Zcller
of Miami Beach. Lois, who will soon become a member of the PROPS,
will be introduced by Mrs. Hal (Mitzi) Pearl.
EUen O'Dell. fashion coordinator, is a Friday feature at Sol Tap-
lin's White Cypress Room Restaurant at Harbour House South in Bal
Harbour.
Katherine Lippman Presides
Katherine Lippman will pre-
side when the Golda Meir Chap-
ter of Pioneer Women holds its
regular meeting Wednesday at
12:30 p.m. in the Washington
Federal Bank, 1234 Washington
Ave. Refreshments will be served.
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Journalism Women Slate
'Date With Press' Lunch
Theta Sif;ma Phi, national pro-
1 nal society for women in
journalism anil communications.
will precede the special pro rani
With the Press" luncheon Satur-
day at the Dupont Pla.a Hotel.
An 11:30 a.m. cocktail reception
iil precede the special program
(ailed "A Date With Destiny."
Mrs. Cail J. Nelson is reservations
diairmun; luncheon cochalrmen
are Mrs. Marvin Gross and Joan
VlcHale.
Behind artist Elenora Chambers, (left) and exhibit chairman
Mrs. Carol Savid is "White Madrigal," a giant-size canvas
with a musical theme, featured in a new show at Cedars of
Lebanon Lobby Gallery. The art exhibit is sponsored by
Cedars' Auxiliary to help raise funds for the hospital build-
ing program. Admission is free; the display is open daily
from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Cedars Of Lebanon Hospital
Housewives on a sharp look-out
}v bargains can have a field day
the annual "Spring-time Tent
ile" sponsored by the Cedars of
el,anon Hospital Auxiliary from
[a.m. to 8 p.m. Thursday, Apr. 27.
Irs. Renee Brodsky has been ap-
Binted by Mrs. Sandy Sparber,
i.xiliarv president, to direct the
Irgain bash, proceeds of which
II o to the hospital's expansion
ho-gram and building fund.
Volunteers will work In shifts to
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of the main building at 1321 NW
14th St.. and can be reached from
all parts of the Civic Center, or
any of the expressways. Admission
to the grounds is free; the public
is cordially invited.
Art Students Demonstrate
Treasuie Island Elementary
School will hold its annual cul-
tural arts day and festival of In-
ternational fix.fs on Tuesday,
Wednesday and Thursday.
Mi. Marinachio, the head of
the Art Department of Miami
Beach Senior High School, wi,I
bring some of his students to |
remonstrate art projects Tuesday
and Wednesday.
BBW Chapter Installation
Eleanor Koosevelt Chapter
B'nai B'rith Women, will install
its new officers at the Sorrento
| Restaurant. 3059 SW 8th St.,
: Wednesday at 7 p.m.; outgoing
j president Mrs. Phil Marks will
turn over the gavel to Mrs. Ben
Berger. The installing officer will
i,e Mrs. Max Hodes, president of
E'nai B'rith Women's Miami
Council.
The '
DANCERS CORNER1
Mr. and : vs. Cvi Feinstein of
irfside, announce the engage- i
>nt of their daughter Judith to [
daye Jacobson, son of Rabbi and
Irs. David Jacobson of Long
each, LJ., N.Y.
Judith, a graduate of Miami
each Senior High School, is now
Junior at Stern College in Now
ik City. Her fiance graduated
am Manhattan Taimudic Acad-
iiy and is r.ttendin? Yeshiva Uni-
frslty in New York.
A Januarv wedding is planned.
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Friday Apri! 21. 1973I
National Women's League
Holds Spring Conference
The National Women's League
tA the United Synagogue of Amer-
annual Spring Conference next
week at the Eden Roc Hotel. Ses-
I Florida Branch, will hold its j sions will be conducted Monday
and Tuesday from 9 a.m. to 4:30
|.-.m.: Wednesday's meeting will
conclude at noon. Theie ..will also
De an installation banquet Tues-
day evening.
Mrs. Irma Zack of Vancouver.
BlC, an ac-credited discussion lead-
er, will serve as the national con-
sultant to the conference, which is
under the chairmanship of Mrs.
Martin Geilman. assisted by Mrs.
Irving Furman. vice chairman.
Mrs. Zack. who was elected vice
lent of the National Women's
l#ague in 1970, graduated from
Stanford University with a Bache-
lor of Science degree and is a pro-
tessional research assistant.
The Florida National Branch
represents 31 Sisterhoods in the
State of Florida and Puerto Rico.
j The rabbis and cantors of these
synagogues will also be attending
the conference.
MfS. HtMA ZACK
Mrs. Wolpe To Receive
'Woman Of Valor9Award
Charlotte iMra. Leonard) V
. ill be- the recipient of the Wo
alor Award at the Miami Ha-
MM. HOWARD W01PE
dajisali B' nd-with-Isracl Lun?heon
'I kirsday, May 4, at the Fonl.dnc-
bltau Hotel, it has been announced.
Wi- Wolpo, who ha* lived in
i for more than 25 years, will
receive the "Woman of Valor" pin
from Mrs. Jan Peerce. wife ol th
famous ojiera singer, who i- chair-
man of the National Women's divi-
sion of Israel Bonds.
The award is the highest rec-
ognition awarded by the Women"'!
Division of the State of Israel
Bonds for service to Israel, ac-
cording to 15ond chairmen l. ie
I an. Lillian Goldkin and Rosi
Lauretz.
Mrs. Wolpe is a past president
of Junior Hadassah. the Miami
Chapter of Hadassah. the Florida
l of Hadassah. and past
lent and founder of the Me-
noiah Group. She is current,, a
member of the national member-
ship task force and the national
service committee of the national
board of Hadassah.
Friends of Mrs. Wolpe. and mem-l
here of the Miami Chapter of Ha-
dassah are invited to attend this
luncheon in her honor.
Sara Helfand Reviews Book
Sara Helfanc": will present a
review of the book "Eleanor and
Franklin" at the luncheon meeting
of th'; Tropical Cancer Leagve of
the American Medical Center at;
Denver Friday noon at the Deau-,
ville Hotel, according to Belle Ru-
binstcin, president. Ann White, j
Dora Fishman and Betty Fried-
man are accepting reservations.
Cantor William Lipson of Beth
David Congregation has beer,
named to serve as a delegate to
the 25th anniversary conven-
tion of the Cantors Assembly
April 23-27 at Grossingcr's,
N.Y. The assembly, which was
founded to help establish pro-
fessional standards, helps to
support the Cantors Institute oi
the Jewish Theological Semi
nary of America, where can-
tors receive their training.
r
Hebrew Academy
Camp Registration
Is Now Under Way
Registration is under way for
the Greater Miami Hebrew Acad-
emy's annual cam]). The summer
activity sessions will lx> held
June 12 through August 4 at the
Miami Beach school. 2400 Pine
Tree Dr.
Youngsters aged 3 through 13
will be enrolled in the summer
camp program which has been
administered by the South's larg-
est Hebrew day school for more
than a decade.
Utilizing the recreational and
dining facilities at the Hebrew-
Academy main campus, the camp
also uses additional athletic facil-
ities nearby.
Neighborhood Carnival Will
Benefit Muscular Dystrophy
Neal Barry, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. A. Finkelstein. 9100 SW 85th
Ter., will serve as "ringmaster"
e>f a neighborhood carnival for the
benefit of musuclar dystrophy vic-
tims Friday and Saturday from 10
a.m. to 3 p.m. at his home. He will
be assist.-11 by Jeffry Wolfe. Eric
Walzer, Steven Roseman and Bar-
bara Colsky.
The children got the idea for the
carnival, which will include a i
"spook house," fun house, sponge
throw, train ride, toss 'n' throw,
croquet, magic show, country store '
find luncheon, from Skipper Chuck, i
who is promoting such fund-raising !
activities for muscular dystrophy
On his "Popeye Playhouse" (WTV.I
Ch. 41.
Mrs. Feldman Keynoter
At Regional Conference
Mrs. James Feldman. a member banquet to be held in the I.,- qja
of the National Board of Hadassah Room of the Carillon \;
the Zionist Organization of May 8, at 7:30 p.m.
America. Inc. will be the prin- Weinman i.
cipal speaker at the annual con- J^aTWSTKJl ?"*
,,rence of the Florida Reg*>n o < F,"dd R
Hadassah. which will be held at
the Carillon Hotel, Miami Beach.
May 7. 8. and 9. according to Mrs.
Nat Barth, Regional chairman.
Mrs. Feldman is currently na-
tional leadership training chair-
nan for Hadassah and H.W.Z.O.A.
budget chairman. She has served
as national recording secretary.
convention chairman and national
membership transfer and reenroll-
rr.ent chairman.
Born and educated in New York
City. Mrs. Feldman taueht school
for a number of years. She was a
3 delegate to the 25th World Zio-
nist Congress held in Jerusalem
and a member of the Jubilee Mis-
sion to Israel in 1962. She also vis-
ited Russia and its Jewish commu-
nity in 1966.
Mrs. Feldman will give the key-
rote address at the opening ses-
sion of the conference, and the
major address at the installation
MKS. JAMIS KIDMAN
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Happenings.

West Miami Post 223, JWV,
Plans Gala Installation
A gala installation of the Jew-
ish War Veterans of the United
States, West Miami Post No. 223,
its Ladies Auxiliary, and The Star-
letts (the Junior Division of its
Ladies Auxiliaryi will be held Sat-
urday at 8 p.m. in the Holiday Inn,
2031 Lc Jeune Rd.. Coral Gables.
The officers to be installed are
Daniel Freund. Commander of the
Post. Natalie Rosenberg, president
of the Ladies Auxiliary, and Pam
Abrams. president of The Star-
letts.
Jt's not for sale and Dade-Brcward "Big Ten" Tore
say there are no plans for production, but this spscial'.y-
built Econoline "Kilimanjaro" must represent the "ultimate
lor camping enthusiasts. Equipped with four-wheel drive,
..ver-fording engine snorkel and twin I-beum suspension,
'r.is special cross-country vehicle can handle off-rocd
; hores as if it were running on an expressway. Finished in
"bush-jacket beige" and trimmed in simulated I Bkin,
?.ie Econoline boasts such other goodies as extended front
bumper, auxiliary running lights, storage compartments be-
low the floor and footstep assemblies tor access tc the roof
observation platform.
B'nai Zion Chapter Meeting
The Miami Beach Chapter of
B'nai Zion will meet at 8 p.m.
Thursday. April 27 at the Wash-
ington Federal. 1234 Washington
Ave., according to Samuel Reiser,
president. Samuel Pascoe, presi-
denl of the Florida Chapter, B'nai
B'rith, will speak: "News and!
Views" will be presented by Esther
Shapin. Refreshments will be spon-
sored by Greta Shearn in memory i
of her husband. Louis.
Construction began this week
on American Hospital, located
at the intersection of the West
Dade Expressway and Bird
Road, according to William L.
Simon, the administrative direc-
tor, who is a former adminis-
trator of North Miami General
Hospital. Phase I construction
a five-story. 300-bed facilityis
expected to be complete in a
year.
A meeting of the Florida As-
sociation of Mortgaee Brokers
will be held in the Columbus Ho-
tel at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. The
meeting is open to mortgage
brokers, mortgage bankers, and
people in banking, real estate
and affiliated fields. There is no
charge.
to to to
Miami Norland Senior High
School. 1050 NW 195th St., will
present its 11th annual art show
and sale April 25-28 from 7 a.m.
to 4:30 p.m. It will be preceded
by an "oien house" Monday
from 7 to 9:30 p.m.
ir to ir
Sen. Lawton Chiles will be the
guest speaker for the Florida
Association of Student Councils
banquet Friday at the Sheraton
Beach Hotel. Robert Wileofky.
an advisor at Miami Jackson
High School, is arrangements
chairman.
to to it
Miami Beach Councilman .Je-
rome O. Greene has been named
by GOT. Reuliin O'D. Askew to
the Florida Host Committee for
the 1972 Demociatic National
Convention. Mr. Greene will be
serving on the Hospitality Sub-
committee, which is arranging
receptions, parties and special
events for the delegates and vis-
itors to the convention.
to to
Richard Stone, Florida's Sec-
retary of State, will introduce a
panel discussion on the Study of
Florida Libraries completed by
Spindletop Research before 500
librarians, authors, educators
and speakers from other profes-
- attending the Florida Li-
brary Association Convention at
the Playboy Plaza Hotel April
27 29.
6 ir ir
The University of Miami
Drama Department will stage
the musical comedy "Fiddler on
the Roof" May 10, 12-14. and
16-21. Curtain time is 8 p.m. for
all performances except for May
13 and 20. when there will be a
6:30 and a 10 p.m. performance,
and May 14 and 21. when there
will be a 7 p.m. performance.
Ticket reservations may be
made by calling the Ring Thea-
tie box office Monday thl ..
Friday from 1 to 4 p.m.
Artist Alton James ( hapmsa,
who paints under the name Ai-
jaman. will exhibit 35 his
paintings and foillage at
Bay Yacht and Count r\ Club
Art Gallery next month.
it ':
The Miami Beach Bar Associ-
ation's annual installation and
awards luncheon will be held
May 5 with Judge Jason M.
Berkman as emcee.
it ir ir
Attorney George Xachvv.dter
of 8250 SW 86th Ter. has been
appointed a municipal judge of
Hialeah Gardens. A graduate of
the U-M School of Law and a
practicing attorney for the ]>ast
13 years. Mr. Nachwalter at M
was named a municipal judge of
Medley, a post he held from 1954
to 1968. He is a past president
of the Florida Municipal Judges
Association and of the South Mi-
ami Bar Association.
Mother Daughter
Luncheon Monday
At Temple Israel
A Mother-Daughter luncheon
'. will be si>onsored by Temple Is-
rael Sisterhood Monday norm at
the temple. Any w o m a n may
bring any girl, or come alone, if
I she wishes. Features of the pro-
gram will be a children's fashion
Show and narration and showing
of "Dolls for Democracy."
Children from the temple's I*
' ligious school will participate in
the fashion show, featuring cloth-
ing provided by the Sugar
and
Spice Shop of Miami Beach. *
suite of liallet dances will aLi0
be presented as part of the bIXW
with little girl dancers from the
, ProAm Dancing school as enter-
talners.
"Dolls for Democracy" is a
series of large size dolls in his*
torical garb supplied by the tow
women's B'nai B'rith chapter.
Mrs. Victor Faine of the Sister
hood will be narrator for th"
part of the program.
Cochairmen planning the even
are Mrs. Philip Lefkowit/ nJ
her daughter, Mrs. Gerald Sm>j
Reservations may be obtained W
calling the temple office, accoro;
ing to Mrs. Howard Novell. >"s"
let hood president,


Friday April 21, 1972
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He is a pood Temple member, lives an exemplary life, is a devoted husband and father
But he is neglecting an important moral obligation.
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He has not yet made his cemetery arrangements. Like other
moral and spiritual obligations, these arrangements must
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calmly. They can be made without emotional pressure.
They can be made wisely, and they can be made together
as a family. If you have not yet fulfilled this obligation to
your family, we urge you to do so now. In this way, you
can be certain that your family will not suffer needlessly.
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Friday. April 21. 197J
Phi Delta Kappa Honoring Gillott. Perry At Banquet
ernor Askew s Advisory Commit-
tee on Education. The other re-
cipient will be Dr. Charles Perry,
president of Florida Internationa!
University.
Rosenzweig To Be Honored
Sunday
Phi Delia Kappa, an outstand-
ing professional organization of
educators dedicated to the promo-
tion of leadership, service and re-
search, has chosen two outstand-
"Man of the near" awards at a 7
p.m. Saturday banquet at Kings
Bay Yacht 8ro Country Club.
One or the recipients will be
Samuel J. Gillott. a community
ing men in Dade County to receive leader recently appointed to Gov-
Dr. Gerson D. Cohen To Address JPS Meeting
Dr. Gerson D. Cohen, newly Dr. Cohen, who will succeed Dr.
elected president of the Jewish Louis Fink els tein on June 30. thus
Theological Seminary of America, becoming the fifth president of
will speak on The Task of Jewish I the Seminary, is a member of tho
Literature in American Society'' Society's board of trustees and
at the 84th annual meeting of the ] serves as chairman of its publica-
Jewish Publication Society Sun- tion committee,
day. April 30. in Philadelphia.
Kindergarten Registration
For South Beach Children
Children who will te five years
old by January 1. 1973. and live
between 8th Street and 23rd Street
and Dade Boulevard. NTiami Beach,
may register for Kindergarten at
the Leroy D. Fienberg Elementary
School. 1420 Washington Ave..
Tuesday at 8:30 a.m.
Parents must bring their child's
birth certificate: they will do the
registering while the children visit
the Kindergarten for an hour. Chil-
dren of parents speaking foreign
languages will be accepted.
Guest speakers will include Dr.
Ted Gordon, International Presi-
dent of Phi Delta Kappa, who is
supervisor of Youth Services in
Los Angeles city schools, and Dr.
Nat Clark. Phi Delta Kappa No.
75 area coordinator who is project
director of the St. Petersburg and
Clearwater school system.
Max S. Rosenzweig, past pres-
ident, will be honored by the New
' York State Masams and members
j of the Empire State Club of Flor-
' Ida at a gala installation lunch-
! eon Sunday noon at the Carillon
Hotel. Mr. Rosenzweig is a past
' master of Service Lodge in Flush-
j ing. N.Y., a 32nd degree Scottish
! Rite Mason and a member of
i Mahi Shrine.
The newly elected officers to
be installed are Dr. Louis Haas.
president; Harry Kleir,:an r.
vice president; Benjamin
second vice president;
Stark, treasurer; Hern-in
financial secretary; Max s.V
enzweig. recording secretary'
Irving Smiles, sergeant-at-a
The new members of the
of Governors are Samuel N
dian. Al Leventhal and Ra>1n
C. Legon. Louis Gold heads ,.
committee in charge of arrawJ
ments.
Murray Sonnett has been re-
elected chairman of the audi-
torium and convention hal! ad-
visory board for his third con
secutive term. A member of the
board since 1962, Mr. Sonnett
also serves as executive vice
rresident of the Footlighters
Club and is currently first vice
president of Southern Apparel
Exhibitors.
The Greater Miami Jewish Federation's Hotel
and Mctel Division leadership lecently held
a planning organizational meeting on behalf
of the 1972 CJA-EEF campaign. Pictured at
the meeting are, from left to right, 'seated)
Irving Pollack, Newport Hotel; Joel Gray,
Doral Hotel; Jerry Sussman, Carillon Hotel,
chairman of the Hotel Division, and 3?n Le-
vine, Seabrook Hotel; (standing) Michcel
Fruchter, Moulin Rouge Motel; Jack Bern-
stein, Cadillac Hotel; Robert Gruder, Monaco j
Motel, and Donald Lefton, chairman of the |
Motel Division.
Van Myers, senior vice presi-
dent in charge of vending and
concessions for Wometco En
terprises. Inc., has been ap-
pointed general convention
chairman for the 1972 National
Automatic Merchandising Con-
vention and Exhibition which
will be held Oct. 12-15, in At-
lantic City, N.J. Mr. Myern has
served on the NAMA Public
Relations Committee and was
president of the Florida Auto-
matic Merchandising Associa-
tion.
" LEGAL NOTKk
4K

..-

NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that I
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the- fictitious name of ,
ARLEN WINDOW CLEANING COM- ,
PANY at 10" Kings Point Drive. Norih
Miami Beach. Fla. Intends to regis-
ter said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade Coirntv. Flor-
ida.
ERROL I. ROTHSCHILD
Kwitney & Kroop
Attorneys for applicant
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Fla.
4'21-28 5 S-ll
r V
Guest conductor Arthur Fiedler, (right) and guest soloist
Sergiu Luca, (left) greet hostesses and their husbands at the
supper following last week's Greater Miami Philharmonic
Dedication Concert benefiting Greater Miami Hebrew
Academy at the Miami Beach Auditorium. The concert
opened a week-long round of events marking the near-
completion of the new junior-senior high school of Hebrew
Academy. With Mr. Fiedler and Mr. Luca are. frcrr. left,
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Bodin, Mr. and Mrs. Murry Korets!:-/ and
Mr. and Mrs. George Feldenkreis.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-1851
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate o(
FANNY WANG.
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav- I
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 FAN ICY WANG de-
ceased late of Dade County. Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same In duplicate and as
provided in Section 733.16. Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the Coun- ,
tjr Courthouse in Dade County. Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, thla II
day of April, AD. 172.
MIRIAM WOI.K
Afl Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the 21 day of Anrll. 1972.
RICHARD I KROOP
RICHARD L KROOP. KWTTNET A
KROOP
Attorney for Executrix
420 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. Fla.
4/21-28 5/5-12
Honorees at the Youth Aliyah luncheon held recently by the
Morton Towers Group of Hadassah in the Algiers Hotel in-
cluded, from left to right, (seated) Mrs. Sam Thaw. Mr. and
Mrs. Maurice Kutz. Mrs. Harry Broff. Mrs. William Haspel
and Mrs. Morris Parets. Also Mrs. Arthur Sichel, Mrs. Harry
Hanison, Mrs. Max Harris. Mrs. Celia Rosenblatt, chairman
of the honorees; Mrs. Herman Schachter, chairman of 'he
day; Mrs. David Knapp. cochalrman; Mrs. Philip Houtt
president, and Mrs. Sol Dane, arrangements and ticket
chairman, who are standing.
^n


Lay, April 21, 1972
^Jm^trhrldlan
Page 11-3
ew Officers Installed By JWV Posts And Auxiliaries
J.eon Levin and Kvelyn Lowe
.Miami were installed as com-
bndpr and president respective-
,.f Murray Solomon Post and
bxiliarv No. 243 of Coral Ga-
U.S.A., in joint installation cere-
monies held at Temple Zamoia
Sunday, April 16.
Pet^r Blucsten pj Ilallandale,
s Jewish War Veterans of the Department o Florida; coniman-
^fi ^i *- OToii'iiam \imf art1'------:__, ...________________1____________:i_^______
, .ier, and Sally Levy of Miami Over 100 members of various
Beach, state Ladies Auxiliary Tosts and Auxiliaries attended
president, were the installing of- j the Joint Installation of officers
of the Ilialeah-Miami Springs
Jewish War Veterans Post No.
ficers.
Ainslee R. Fcrdie, a Miami at-
JWY's National Kxecutive Com-
mittee. was the master of cere-
681 and i^s Auxiliary, .SiuVicdav.
April 8 at Temple 'fifereth Jacob.
State Department Commander
i monies. Also present were Jack i Peter Blucsten and his staff, and
Berman of Hollyw gional Commander, and Maurice ( I adies Auxiliary of the Depart-
[ Weinman of Miami Beach, Na- j ment of Florida and her staff
tional Adjutant. ] inducted the newly elected Posl
Other Post officers iastalled *** Auxiliary officers.
were Sid Lowe, senior vice com-1 Rabbi Nathan Zolondek, spirit-
mander; Louis Aranoff, junior ual leader of Temple Tifereth
vice commander; Murray Valko- | Jacob, acted as chaplain and de-
witz. quartermaster; Harry Val- | livered the invocation and bone-
| kowitz, chaplain; Sol Lipton. of-
ficer of the day, Norman I-evine,
LEGAL NOTICE
Making plans for the annual Florida Region of Hadassah
I conference to be held May 7-9 in the Carillon Hotel, Miami
Beach, are (from left) Mrs. Bar.iett Baron, publicity chair-
man; Mrs. Emanuel Mentz, Miami Beach conference chair-
man; Mrs. Nat Barth, Regional conference chairman; M-.s.
Sam Baruch, treasurer, and Mrs. Philip F. Thau, hostess
[chairman.
judge advocate; William Katzker
and Ira Blitt, trustees.
Auxiliary officers Included
Tanya Levine, senior vice pres-
ident; Stella Lipton, junior vice
president; Anne Scidel, chaplain;
Kvelyn Ferdie, patriotic instruc-
diction.
At the conclusion.
comrades
and guests mingled in the social
hall where refreshments were
served.
ft ir &
North Shore Ladies Auxiliary
No. 677, Jewish War Veterans,
will meet at the Washington Fed-
tor; Annette Matersky, eondue- eral, 1133 Normandy Dr., Wed-
i tress; Margaret Ayres, historian; nesday at 7:30 p.m. A speaker
Sophie Valkowitz, guard; Jenny and slides on colonial Williams-
Golub and Judy Blitt. trustees. burg will be featured.
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THI
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. ,.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-80*9 *
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE ,
Petitioner i
and
A.\.\.\i;i:i.l..\ V, KAPLAN,
Respondent,
TO: AN.NAIiKI.I.A V. KAPLAN
13" West T'.mIi Street
New York. New York
You Altli HEREBY NOTIKIKD
dial an action for JJi.~M.liit[.in of Hi I -
riase lias been tmA against you Bud
you arc required to serve a Dop) >l
your written defenses, if any. to it
on GEORGE 8AJ1PA8, attorney i"
Petitioner, whose address Is 420 l.in-
coln Road, Room -II. Miami Bench.
Florida. 18189, and fil- tlie original
with the clerk of the above1 Btyled
court on or In-fore May 24, l!7J; Othei
wise a default iil i- entered against
you for the relief demanded In the
complaint or petition.
This notice fIiiiII be i>ulillhed nnre
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH Kl. UtlDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and tho seal l>l
said court al Miami, Florida oil tills
I'j day of Anril, 1972,
K. It. I.BATHBTtMAN.
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dado County, Florida
Uy I.. SNEBDEN
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit GEOROE SAilPAS, ESQ.
tie Lincoln Road. Hooom 211
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
Attorney For i'ciiiiouer
4/21-2S 5
bituaries
ALIER
(at, ** "f North Miami Beach pass-
d BWay -Monday. April >" Came
r. 11 yean BgO from Cuba. He
...i~ past president and actual mem-
ber of the hoard of directors of Cu-
ban Hebrew Congregation of Miami.
Survived by his widow, Itniiuel. sons
eph mill Mario. Sister Teresa
Kvenguer nil of Miami. Services were
held at the I'uiian Hebrew Congre-
in. hi. Interment in .Mount Sinai
kVmeterv. Looal arraiiKiments by
Riverside Funeral Home. 1920
Mom Rd. _________
LEGAL NOTICt
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
|NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tie undersigned, desiring: to engage in
guineas under the fictitious name of
_ STUART REALTY (not Inc.) at
|41 8.W. Gist Court, South Miami.
n. intends to register said name
1th the Clerk of the (Circuit Court of
ule County, Florida.
Las s. olinick ..
4/21-28 5/3-18
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
In THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
1 ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 7?-70SO
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
p RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
KTRONA MENENDEZ. Wife
and
KDERIOO MENENDEZ. Husband
[): KBDERICO MENENDEZ
461 Ft. Washington
|YOUeWAlSk' &5REBY NOTIFIED
hut an action for Dissolution of Msr-
fagc has been filed against you and
r>u are required to serve a copy of
bur written defenses, if any, to it
GinU.RRMO SOSTCHIN. attor-
for Petitioner, whose address is
Jli N.W. 12th Avenue, Miami. Fla.
llZR. and file the original with the
erk of the nbove styled court on or
p-fore May It, 1972: otherwise a de-
pult will he entered against you for
relief demanded in the complaint
netilion.
This notice shall he published once
leh week for four eo'nseoutivo weeks
i III K.IITWISII FI.OItlDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
Id court at Miami. Florida on this
day of Anril. 1972.
E. It. LBATHBRMAN.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade Count v. Florida
By N. A. HEWI-TT
As Denuty Clerk
'Ireull Court Seal)
fmxB SOSTCHIN
."' N W 12 Avenue
Miami, Florida :t3l?R
Lttorney for Petitioner
4/21-28 B/K-II
N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-1907
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
" RE; Estate of
iiari.es i.rnwio
I '..eased.
o All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ig Claims or Demands Against Said
state:
You are hereby notified and re-
uired lo present any claims and de-
anils which you mav have against
' -state of CHARLES I.CDWKi.
'eased late of Dade County, Florida,
> the County Judges of Dade County,
nd file the same In duollcate and as
irnvided in Section 733. IB, Florida
tatutes. in their offices in the Cnun-
V Courthouse in Dade County. Flor-
Ja, within six calendar months from
he lime of the first publication here-
f. or the same-will he hatred
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 14
n.v of April. A D. 197?
ANNA I (JDWIO
SIMEON D. SPEAR
As Executors
Pirsl puhllcatinn of this notice mi
21 dav of Anril, 197'.'.
JrMON. MAYS GRCNDWERC
ty MOSES J. ORIJNDWERO
tttorney for Executors
W Ainsley Building
Miami. Florida .13132
4/21-28 S/5-12
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tlfewislh Floridian
Miami, Florida Friday, April 21, 1972
Section C
JFCS Women's Committee
Installation Luncheon Set
Greater Miami's Jewish Family
ft Children's Service (JFCS) pro-
vides a multiplicity of services to
the community. The agency, with
three offices in ihe area, at 420
Lincoln Rd., 2040 NE 163rd St.
siul 1790 SW 27th Ave.. has served
llmost 4.(i00 families in the past
bear alone.
Services of the agency are avail-
able to anyone and fees are basel
Ion the person's ability to pay ano
Ithe type of service desired.
The agency was established in
|l920. making it the oldest private
social organization in Dade County
Ills basic purposes are to admin-
ister services which strengthen
[family life, promote healthy per-
Isonality development and satis-
factory social functioning of indivi-
lual- and families.
The agency is multi-functional,
[< listing of throe departments:
I' ilj service, services for the
Iaged and child care. Marriage
(counseling, adoption, child-parent
counseling, personal counseling
Ini.' some of the agency's services
which fall within the three denort-
Irients.
JFCS is a member agency of.
Ithe Child Welfare League of Amer-
ica and the Family Service Asso-
ciation of America. The agency is
supported through the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation and the
United Func' of Dade County.
As an auxiliary of the JFCS. the
Women's Committee strives to de-
velop, throughout the community,
an informed citizenry making
them knowledgeable about the
many offerings of the agency.
A program of the Women's Com-
mittee is the partial funding of
Places North, East and South.
These three centers for teen-
agers give kids a chance to meet
and "rap" about their problems
with their peers. Professional
counselors are available to help
the teenagers with their problems.
Membership dues of the Women's
Committeee are u=ed to purchase
materials nece'ed by the centers.
The Women's Committee is hav-
ing its armnl installation lunch-
eon Tuesday. May 2, in the Eden
Roc Hotel. Guest speaker for the
affair, which begins at 11:30 a.m..
will be Dr. Mary Calderone. execu-
tive director of Sex Information
and Education Council of the U.S.
(SIECUS) who is also the author
of several books and numerous
articles.
Leon Fisher, (left) executive director of the Jewish Family &
Children's Service, is discussing the program for the upcom-
ing Women's Committee installation luncheon, to be held
May 2 at the Eden Roc Hotel, with Mrs. Goldie Goldstein,
president of the Women's Committee and Dr. Alan Lipton,
president of the JFCS.
Dr. Irving Lehrman, (left) spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-
El and chairman of the board of Israel Bonds, bestowed
the State of Israel Shalom Award upon Ben Giller and his
wife, Bessie, at the first Seacoast Towers-Israel Dinner of
State recently in the Palace Playhouse of Seacoast Towprs
East. With them is Michael Litvak, director of Israel Bonds
for the Greater Miami area.
Administrator's
Policy Combats
Resignations
NEW YORK (JTA) Th" ad-
ministrator of a New York Re-
form synagogue, warning ihat
"merhl>ership in our synagogues is
down" and that "the rate of res-
ignations has been on the in-
crease," has asserted that tne
growing prob'em requires congre-
gational officials and lay leaders
to act on the premise that "resist-
ance to resignations is obedience
to Judaism."
Jacob W. Salz, of the Jewish
Community Center of Whi'
Plains, in describing the problem
and what he has done about it
said it was his policy never to ac-
cept a congregant's resignation
without making an effort to find
out the reasons and without ,i
personal effort to induce the Jo
parting congregant to change hi.,
mind. He described his exp>ri-
ences in an article in the eurrs.it
Issue of the NATA Quarterly. tn
official publication of the National
Association of Temple Admini slr-tt
tors, an affiliate of the Unio.i ;:i
American Hebrew Congregations.
the association of Reform syna-
gogues.
In outlining the dimensions ol
the problem. Mr. Salz assert ,|
that "the number of new familie!
applying for membership has beer
decreasing" and that "prospect:
for improvement are not visible or
the horizon at this time.' He po=i-<*.
the problem of administrators in
combatting this dangerous trord"
in terms of the "feasibility ot ojr
one-to-one involvement with tl:e
synagogue member who has nWi.
fied us of the termination of hi--
membership directly by phone, in
person, or by letter; or Indirect!'/
by not paying his dues, or in other
more or less subtle ways, such as
not requesting High Holy Day
tickets of admission."
Author-Journalist
Arriving on Monday
Sergio Nudelstejer, autho- an 1
journalist on Cuban anrl South
American affairs, who will be ar-
riving in Miami Monday will at-
tend an informal meeting of mem-
bers of the executive boards ol th"
American Jewish Committee an''
the Cuban Hebrew Congregation
at Mr. and Mrs. Melvyn Frumke's
home, 3601 N. Prospect Dr., at 8
p.m.
Mr. Nudelstejer. whose mos' re-
cent book, "The Silent Rebellion"
is a current analysis of the plight
of Soviet Jewry will also meet
with the executive board of the
Broward County Chapter of the
American Jewish Committee Tues
day at the home of its president.
Morton Abram.
Presently director of the Amer
ican Jewish Committee's office in
Mexico and Central America Mr
Nudelstejer had been press atttehe
of the Israel Embassy in Mexico.
In 1945 Mr. Nudelstejer founder'
and directed "Prensa Israelite,'
the first Jewish newspancr in
Spanish which is edited in Mexico.
He has collaborater!' in the dailie-
"El Universal," "Excelsior," and
the cultural magazine, "Mexico in
the Culture," and his literarv ar-
ticles and commentaries have been
publisher1 in a number of news
napers of Central America. In 196''
he founded and directed the maga
zinc "Horizon-to-Israelite" for con-
tinental circulation.
In recent years. Mr. NudeUtejer
has concentrated his efforts to the
study and analysis of the social and
cultural status of the Jewish com-
munities in Latin America -- es-
pecially in Central America. He
has been invited to give confer-
ences in many South American
countries in relation to the prob
lems of the Jewish communities.
Rabbi David Raab, (left) spiritual leader of Temple Beth
Raphael, presented the State of Israel "Shalom Award" to
Ernestine and Victor Ament, at the traditional Beth Raphael-
Forte Towers-Israel Dinner of State, Sunday evening, at ihe
Fontainebleau Hotel. At right is Michael Litvak, director of
the Greater Miami State of Israel Bonds.
The National Council of Jewish Women's 13th annual "Angel
Reward Luncheon" held recently at the Fontainebleau Ho-.el
included nearly 500 members, "angels" and their guesis.
Shown here are: Mrs. Philip Bloom, president of the Greater
Miami Section, NCJW, (left) Mrs. Edward L. Cowen, vice
president of membership and chairman of the day, and
Mrs. Stephen Chaikin, luncheon chairman.
Among those responsible for the outstanding success of
"Fashionspree 72" were, (from left to right) Mrs. Max Fuchs,
ways and means vice president; Mrs. Edward L. Cohen,
chairman of the day; Mrs. Charles Rosenberg, chairman of
the event, and Mrs. Philip Bloom, president of the Greater
Miami Section, NCJW. Both Mrs. Fuchs and Mrs. Rosenberg
received special awards.
At a recent luncheon held by the Miami Beach Hebrew
Home for the Aged at the Algiers Hotel, Mrs. Jennie Cohrn
(center) was presented with an award entitled "Woman of
Compassion" recognizing her for her dedication and devo-
tion for the betterment of the residents of the Home. At left
is Ida Kostoff, president of the Ladies' Auxiliary; Sarah
Levin, vice president, life membership, is at right.


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|300 USY Members Attending
Southeast Region Conclave
kindred members of th?
Synagogue Youth will meet
i rid at Camp Ocaln for
jl.-t rrinual Southeast R
ntion. The teen-agers will
nting the Conservative
| youth programs in the
iithem state* and Puerto
ico.
Pran Glushakow of Temple Me-
I levin Reinhard of Beth
David, the convention chairmen
|avc planned the program around
them< of Shir HaShirim Shir
Lhavah The Song of Songs 'v. th
I e ol Love.
The theme will he presented in
special]} prepared slide program
treated by Rosa Lowinger of Tern-
lie M< loran and Alyn Kay of
B'nai Raphael and will relate ihree
fspeetf < i this beautiful love song;
lite relationship between man and
nan, man and God, and God and
Israel.
The study material will be ex-
plored in depth during four theme
rssions by an outstanding educa-
llot-al staff which includes Rabbi
Paxil Freedman of New York, the
nternational director of the De-
partment of Youth Activities,
Jnited Synagogue of America, and
lis wife, Nina: Mr. and Mrs.
Ibraham J. Gittelson, executive
lirector of the Southeast Region,
fnited Synagogue of America;
nbbi Irwin Cutler of Agudath
irael Congregation. Montgomery.
Ua.; Rabbi and Mrs. Norman
lussman of Beth Torah Congre-
ation; Mrs. Irving Seidel of 1 ent-
ile Sinai, Hollywood; Mr. and
Irs, Barry Bank of Temple Is-
Bi'l. Oriando; Dick Friedman of
fhavafh Achim. Atlanta, Ga and
?ov Kentof of Temple Israel,
fharlott* N.C.
The Song of Love will be ex-
inded further in a creative ren-
dition of Shir HaShirim by Rabbi
and Mrs. Freedman as the Sab-
bath is welcomed In on Friday eve-
ning, and the convention address
will be delivered by Mr. Gittelson
during Shabbat c inner. All re-
ligious services will evolve around
love, with selected readings and
songs prepared by Bill Knopf of
Ahavath Achim. Atlanta.
A tradition in the Jewish family
on Friday evening is the recita-
tion by a husband to his wife of
Ayshet Chayil. the Woman of
Valor, showing his love and ap-
preciation. This beautiful poem
will be presented by Marshall
Baltuch, director of Youth Activi-
ties of the Southeast Region.
An original cantata. "Whom Do-
eth My Soul Love ." written by
Jordan Wallach of Temple Israel,
Orlando, will be presented during
the Oneg Shabbat Friday ever.ing.
The theme will also be carried
out in a full array of decorations
which includes a 700 sq. ft. mural
of the entire book of Shir Ha-
Shirim written in Hebrew with a
pictorial display created by dele-
gates of Ahavath in Atlanta The
creation will be illuminated in
black light during the creative
Havdalah service which this group
will present at the conclusion of
Sabbath.
Other highlights of the conven-
tion will include the election of
officers for 1972-73; presentation
of summer activities scholarships
and the showing of a full length
film on the 1971 USY Leadership
Training Institute.
"Solomon and the Wise Guys,"
a five-piece Jewish teen-age group
from St. Petersburg, will be on
hand to enhance the ruach (spirits
of the delegates in Hebrew and
Israeli songs.
Every delegate was required to
submit an entry to the Regional
Creative Arts Contest on the Song
of Songs. Joann Rackear of Beth
David Congregation, chairman of
the contest, will display over 300
literary, arts and crafts entries
and winners will be announced
Sunday morning.
Other regional and national dig-
nitaries participating in the pro-
gram include Dr. Harold Rikind
of B'nai Israel, St. Petersburg,
Southeast Regional president of
the United Synagogue; Mrs. Ar-
thur J. Brown of Beth Torah Con-
gregation, vice president of Na-
tional Women's League, United
Synagogue of America; Joseph Gol-
den of Beth Torah Congregation,
president-elect of the Southeast
Region; Dr. Howard Oser of Tem-
ple Israel, Orlando, chairman of
the Regional Youth Commission;
and Judge Arthur Winton of Beth
Torah Congregation, cochairman
of the Regional Youth Commission.
United Synagogue Youth 's af-
filiated with the Conservative
movement of Judaism, and ha^
regional headquarters in Coral
Gables.
Lodge past president George Talianoff, (left) who served as
the installing officer, is shown with Moe Reiffen, who was
installed for a second term as president of Miami Beach
B'nai B'rith Lodge 1591 at the Lodge's installation dinner in
the Seville Hotel. Mr. Talianoff is immediate past chairman
of the Society of Fellows, fund-raising arm of the Anti-
Defamation League. Mr. Reiffen serves as secretary of the
100 Lincoln Road Apartments Social Club and is a promi-
nent communal worker.
The Torch of Hope Award sponsored by the City of Hope
was presented to Mr. and Mrs. James Donn Jr., QtflJ by
Charles Howard, national vice president of the City of Hope
which selected the Donns as "Couple of the Year" community service.
City Of Hope Award
Presented To Donns
One of the largest benefit gath-
erings of the season was the re-
vnt City of Hope banquet henor-
fn.! Jimmy and Mary' Anna Donn.
t the Carillon Hotel.
One thousand City of Hope pat-
rons attended the affair where
(he Donns received the Torch of
Hope Award as "Couple of the
%< hi." irom Charles Howard, na-
tional vice president of the City of
lope, who flew in from his Los
lngete8 headquarters to make
the presentation of the national
ward.
Doing the honors as master o'
ceremonies was Mayor Chuck Hall
of Miami Beach. North Miami
Beach Mayor David Lapharr. of-
fered the toast to the honorces.
Special guests included the
James Donns, Sr., Mary Anna-
mother, Mrs. Mattie Hahn, and
the three Donn offspring. Robert
Douglas and his wife, Alice, and
daughters, Bonnie and Nell.
Honorary chairmen for the ban-
quet, Sonny and Leah Werblin.
loined City of Hope dignitaries.
Mr. and Mrs. Cy Plasky, (she's a
national board member) at the
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Kahhi April Resigns:
Temple Plans Salute
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Camping-Israeli
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A nt'f. eNWpt in cam[iine U-
1 Kibbutz style is being of-
lr. Iniernation-
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Vi.-^n LsJarvis. The price of
be unusual ekrfct-week r-amping
from 7
through J5 includes round-trip air
transportation, according to Aron
R n Aron. executive direc"
The enttrc art jit staff of the
. which will be open from
June X through Aug. 20. is om-
I licensed teachers with
man. years of camping experience
in the Israeli styie. Bar ami Bat
.Mitzvah training will be offered
under the tutelage of teachers li-
<. nsfd by the Greater Miami Bu-
reau of Jewish Education who
Mi .0 as instructors in the Hebrew-
day schools of this area.
The camp will offer a cultural
and traditional religious program.
Israeli music, dancing and crafts,
physical education, various sports
such as swimming, fishing and
horseback riding, g u i th<; Islands, and tutoring
in English. Hebrew and Spanish.
H 'Ung to Norman Richman.
rrtrninLstratne director.
Although Hebrew. English and
r.ish will r.e srx phasis will be on conversational
Hebrew at the camp, located at
the foot of the St. Cioix moan-
Gained, and both
.ruth ami Shabbat will be ob-
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beeocv outa~
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hown and narrated by Eve Leiken..
Balonw Terner peaser.3 z chcc> :z:
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ZacrOiakf cr.d Ted Safian. direc::.-
'';jr.: Sinai Developrr.er.: Fur.;
Culler Ridge Student Wins
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Violiiiisl Ilzhak Periman
To Give April 27 Concert
Young Israeli violinist Itzhak among today's top-flight into, na-
periman will ap|>ear in conceit at I tional artists. Since winning thi-
[Temple Beth Sholom, 4144 Chase coveted Leventritt Award in 1964, !
| while still a student at the Juil- .
Hard School of Music in New York,
he has appeared willi^nost pf the i
major orchestras both hen- and in \
Europe, and his concerts are be-
ing lHK)ked a full two years in ad-
vance.
Born in Tel Aviv, the son of im-
migrants from Poland. Mr. Perl-
man first Studied in Israel. In 1958,
Ed Sullivan brought him to New-
York for an appearance on his
television show.
Isaac Stern, Mr. Hurok, Juil-
liard and the America-Israel Cul-
tural Foundation all look an inter-'
esl in the highly-talented young-'
svi'. and in 1963, he played at
Carnegie Hall for the first time
with the National Orchestral As-
sociation.
When he won the Leventritt
Award the following year, the
New York Herald Tribune critic
commented. There Is a joy and
bounce to his playing that had old- j
timers at Carnegie Hall reaching
back in their memories to the days
of the youthful Heifetz to find a '
parallel."
Tickets for the concert are avail-
able at the temple office and at i
the Miami Beach Radio Company, I
1229 Lincoln Rd.j Allegro Music
House, 306 Aragon Ave., Coral
Gables, and Harry Duffy's, Coco-
nut Grose.
Russell Exhibit Will Open
Monday At Bacardi Gallery
Geoffrey Russell, art collector
and owner of galleries in London
and Bournemouth, England, will
present an exhibition of iio oils
and watercolors by noted 10th
and rally 20th century Emyish
French and Italian artists nax'
week at the Beca di Gallery.
The collection contains primar-
ily narrative painting plus a
variety ol still lifes, portraits, sei
and landscapes, some of which
have hung in the Royal Academy.
A modern painting by retired con-
temporary artist L. S. Lowtv :i! i
w ill be shown.
shoo to 515. 00
The April 24-30 crhlbil i- liw
realization of a long-time du..n;.
.Since opening his first gall? > i-
Torquay, Devon, in 1!>1.'>. i'ii
fiw years in the armed foi
Mr. Russell has collected q
paintings with the objective >
day bringing them to the I
States.
Dialogue With Baptists Set
As part of a continuing MiH -
sponsored by the Anti-Defamatio
League in Florida, a "< !on"
Artists represented include :tich- ii.,n Between Communities"
10W T/0" BY H. STICKS
ard Ansdell, George Smith. Th imas
Webster, Edgar Hunt, T. Miliard,
Edmond Eagles, II. Glllard 'lii.-
doni, Marias Milton. II. T nre,
Leonard Saurfelt, Fritz Mol i i
Guiseppe Ballesio, Gastos Vtormilc,
Vittorio fteggiaini and Bemas-
coni.
The [laintingS, which may bo
purchased, range in value from
Jewish-South in Baptist dia
with the audience parlIcipatin_
through group discussion will l>
hi id at Temple Beth Am, ."..*.>(> sv
S8th si.. Tuesday, May 2 al 7 3
p.m.. according to Mis Morton
Perry and Rabbi Herbert \
I'- a ii m ',' aid, cochairmen <>i 'h
ADL's Tnterreligious Cooperatio
Committee.
ITZHAK PERIMAN
Ave., Miami Beach, Thursday.
April 27, at 8:30 p.m., according
i.i an announcement made by
Judy Drucker, chairman of the
temple's Great Ai lists Series.
Managed by noted impresario S
Hurok and now recording for RCA
("ictor, Mr. Periman, at 25, oe-
cupies a front-rank position
Oholei Torab To Add 7th Grade
through s; c i i.il
In keeping with the constant
growth of the Oholei Torah Day
School, a seventh grade will be
< I led for the 1972-73 semester.
mi ling to Rabbi Sholom D. Lip-
skar, principal.
The existin.tr facilities include
from nursery through sixth grade.
esides the academic studies at
Oholei Torah, the children are also
imbued with a love for their Jew-
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parents' attitude towards religion.
Many families who heretofore have
tiot complied with such basic Jew-
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and positive feelings of their chil-
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Institute, Jerusalem, for college students, 18 to
25, interested in advancing their Judaic
knowledge and who have acceptable Hebrew
background. Curriculum includes Jewish History,
Hebrew Language and Literature, Bible,
Pedagogy Includes Israel touring.
SUMMER PROGRAMS FOR TEENAGERS, ADULTS AND EDUCATORS
Bar Mitzvah Pilgrimage
For 13 year old boys and girls.
Includes seven weeks of travel,
education and camping in
Israel. Full cost, $940.00.
Hebrew Educators Seminar
Four weeks Summer Seminar
for Hebrew Educators.
All inclusive cost $825.00
includes air fare, lectures.
Work Shops and tours.
For Full Information on these jnd other Programs Write or Telephone
DEPT. OF EDUCATION AND CULTURE WORLD ZIONIST ORGANIZATION
515 Park Avenue, New York. N. Y. 10022
(212) PL 20600, Summer Programs. Ext 386, Year Programs. Ext. 385
Summer Ulpan (Aduln Only)
tight weeks at beautiful Ulpan
Akiva at seaside Netanya.
Intensive language study
program with time for tours.
Fullco... $1,115.00.
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RABBI DAVID LEHR FIELD, OFFICERS.
BOARD OF KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATiOr
on the occasion of the
JEWISH NATIONAL FUND
KNESETH ISRAEL BANQUET
in honor of
JACOB MODANSKY
on the eve of
ISRAELS 24th BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION
Rabbi Irving lehrman
President lUf Foundation
Zev W. Kogan
President, Southern
Region lHf
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz
Chairman of the
Executive Board
Hon. Jay Dormer
President, JNF of
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Sisterhood Elects
Officers and Board
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with headquarter* fca Ms-
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vice presi^-m and IvawiLr* di-
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ser-'-d the -"Canons of Ana*
Crt-seosiirc- sero*! to 0M
winner? of the Youth CtiaeB-
sfci? Contest s-jonsored fc-.
S-x-jpuratrti Ckab of Miana. -hM
week at the Miam: Women's
Qua. The aacnx of the iuuet*.
a-jjwdu to CI*toe-sh A
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are Brafeura M
first Kafeert* J.
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merca! Loojm Depameat.
Mn. lull C. Bee4. wt-etaiy
to Neh-3R Z-.itz. MO. ilniimaii
of the Secretaries Week Cors-
mhtee for the Miami Chapter of
the National Secretaries Asso-
ciation has announced the foi-
kMiiiK sched'rie of events dur-
ing Secretaries Week April 23-
29: Sarirday. April 22^Exec-j-
tives" Wives '' h*M Miarra-
rira Stateroocn: Wednesdav.
April 2Box Lunch and Fash-
ion Show Burthne's. Flasher
St.: Wednesday April 2&Exe-
cutives Night Bawyjet. Hotel
Algiers, and Saturday. April 29
Tour of the Fashion Museum.
Merchandise Mart. Mrs. Reed and
Mrs. Marilya Nelia secretary
EVEN WHEN
REFRIGERATOR COLD
EVEN ON MATZOH!
6 FRESH
FLAVORS
PLAIN SMOKED SALMON
ONION CHIVE
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them in Krafts' reuseable aluminum bow Isin a tempting variety
of flavors ior breakfast and dairy meals, party snacks and dipi.
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[day, April 21. 1972
vJewist fit radian
Page 7-C
lague Sponsoring
[alent Showcase'
The fourth annual "SchoHishi,-
ent Showcase" sponsored by
Miami Beach Music and Arts
a sue a"d featuring talented
unc students of Dade anc"1 Brow-
., Counties will be presented at
p.i p.m.. Monday in Miami Beach
rlitorium.
: \ young artists sopranos
ida Mudano and Sheila Oos-
^ja, mezzo-Wprano Arii-ia Fire-
i nora Curtis Rayam and
pnhcn Dubov, and pianist Gua-
Ponzoa will he feature In
two-hour program. Ten memb n
I .;: ial Ballot Stud' :s or
idcr lale will also perform.
ithfui arusia m. ivfnnprs
i |n scholarships award 'd
[us'c and Arts League fo
n-72. The concc/t i.s the el?hl!i
tiding program sponi >i
e this season.
*p
^fi Rosinek is serving as chair
m of Beth David Congrega
Bn's "Evening With the Arts"
the temple's Spector Hall
anday from 8 to 10 p.m. Paint-
js, mosaics, engravings and
|voodcuts, sculpture, decoup-
ge, photography, macrcme,
opper modeling and needle-
pork will be on display: the
Its of weaving, lapidary,
lower-making and macrame
Trill be demonstrated. A pre
now reception will be he'd for
nembers of the Fine Arts.
SUMMER RATES
100% All CONDITIONED
$600 MAY 1 N0V.1
SINGLE OCCUPANCY
20 OF 104 ROOMS
KIVAUPOOl
* PARKK6 FACILITIES
' KITCHENETTES AVAILABLE
DORCHESTER HOTEL
1850 COLLINS AVENUE
BOBBY DYKES
AUTO INSURANCE
FOR EVERYONE
i
NO-FAULT AUTO LIABILITY
SR'22's FILED
A-
BOAT FIRE LIFE
imeowners Auto Liability
448-9667
3205 S. W. 27 Ave..
The Mercantile Division of tho Greaiar Miami JdwisIi Fed-
eration's 1S72 CJA-IEF campaign held a luncheon meeting
to map out plans for its May 31 dinnoi at the Shera:o:i Four
Ambassadors Hotel. Shown are some cf the members of the
division's Apparel Group, which is chaired by Murray
Turetsky, (seated, left) of Jackson's-Byrons Department
Stores, who also serves as cochairman of the Mercantile
Division. With him are Sam Adler, ccchairman of the Build-
ers Division end retired Col. Zc-ev Shalnm of Israel who
spoke at ihe meeting. Leonard Colemcn, Flair cf Miami;
Fied M?ver, Resort Casuals; ]ack Kamin, Flair of Miami;
Harold Reir.hard, Palm Island of Miami; Herbert Blate,
Florida Merchandising; Maurice Crcmer, Cromer Whole-
sale and Milton Goldberg of Tropical Hand Prints a.o
standing.
The Good Life
Friday Night Dinners and Maxwell House Coffee
Golden challeh, freshly cutdoesn't the very
thought of it make you yearn for some? And
also for a cup of the coffee you like best!
Matchless Maxwell House, the favorite
coffee for over half a century.
Why not have a cheering cup right now?
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Foge &C
*Jmist fkrrtisr
Friday Ar- 2]
A.VDUW avin<
Andres, the ~oo of Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Avin*. iH observe fc
)fnr.h >*>a.ifcv. Aa9 .
Beth Torah Coo^r-caooo.
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Honor BaB. Principe: Honor Ro:i
awaai
Tbe ciebrant ail; be honored a-
tie Oneg Shi
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ip service a: Beth David
Cnaqi i nation. Steven, tbe son of
Mrs. Joanne M. Cohen. 6020 SW
9S(h CX. and tbe late Robert J.
Cohen, will be called to the Torab
as a Bar Mitzvah.
The ceteaiaut a student at Beth
David lot tbe past three years is
in Hebrew Grade 5. He is in tbe
seventh grade at Glades Junior
High School, where he is a mem-
rr of tbe Student Council and
-
. en will be honored at a re-
-.be Knights of Pythias
rg tbe honored irxsts
York. Pa. arri Mn -
A >flami Beach.
Mtfl ti.'.RV \i'ii
7 .
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th stu-
dent at Ro;icwa.
Srt>
Mr tna Mrs. Bemam
The One? Shabba: and Uv
dosh If tbe Bar V.
aa a rec-ption and dinner :
Saturday evening in
hcoor of their son.
Anton? zuests *"12 be Edward -
knotker. Mrs Ee- Bernard
snd relatives Mr. and Mrs Ray
r'.'y.z
Mr
and >:.-. A K. Wynan
- and Dr. ar
Jack S I Jacksonvi]
A ft
MAM \ UVB
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Kill become Bat Muesli a"
Marry is a seventh zrad-
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aae Mrs Lever wtB boat
The One: Sha'*.
ices aa I a reception at
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Grandparent are Mr. and
: :-: : tier and Ma C Wrana.
MR IU.LL El BIN
During the 9 a_ SI
Temple T :-raei Sat
April 22. MkraeJ] Jay the -
Mr. and M -
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The celebrant parents

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CAMP TIME IS POM TIME
BETH DAVID JR. SIMMER '2 DA) Ml//
A unique program for young children 3:: 6 pears.
Sessions: June 19 July 14 a Jury 17 A^r
n vitiation mm on*.
7500 SW. 120 St.. Miami 238-2601
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3419 MAIN HICHWA* itt-'::-
35 35 E. Fairview Street
2 Btocki South of NUfcr Hotortol
448-1247
Natalie Jordan at Maxyne Stoller
SUMMER CAMP
Co-ed N on-Sectarian
June 19 August 11
Swimming mstructaora 'pool on premise*)
Sports arts and o-attt held tr*n
Vi day 9 A.M. 1 2 Noon
I Full day 9 A.M. 3:30 P.M.
fail -.per*oticn O'c'-a&le In fleet of oir cono tonec ;;
Groups limited S'oH co'f'.lly ureer.ed for certiflco'-on ond unotn'O'-c ~z
o< children.
Accepting registration for Fall '72
Pre-School Nursery Kindergarten
GRADES 1-6
CANTOR, BAR t BAS
MITZVA TEACHER
Age 45, Excellent Background,
very pleasant lyric tenor.
Seeks position with
Conservative Congregation
Write Cantor B. B., Box 2973,
Miami, Fla. 33101.
SAFEGUARD YOUR CHILD'S EDUCAT.l-
IN AN ACCREDITED SCHOOL
DEERBORNE SCHOOL
Founded 1951
**
ACCREDITED BY THE SOUTHERN
ASSOCIATION OF COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS
CXtllTS CCfTE9 IT ILL ITKI aCCBfMTU
MMU Ml CBUITES
LIBRARY a CAFETERIA
TRANSPORTATION
READING CLINIC
I
NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS
FOR LIMITED FALL ENROLLMENT
SUMMER SCHOOL
cuMwau air if BTtweurB mm urn I
ELEMENTARY REVIEW OF ALL SUBJECTS
JR. & SR HIGH SCHOOL ?.-
r-SUMMER CAMPn
<; raw riifV :u-"-. Ma-ri ..v.
r-.i- : ; ; b)uii :u' >4
PRE-SCHOOL a KINDERGARTEN
GRADES 1 thru 12 '
311 SEVILLA1VL. CORAL GABLES 444-4SS:
camp ocHbft.
For Boys & Girls 6-16 Piv|
A CAMPING PARADISE IN THE HEART M \
OF THE POLLEN FREE, COOL HILLS he \
a LAKES OF OCALA NATIONAL FORESTED I
LAKE COUNTY. FLORIDA "^^^
AH Land and nater Sports iVateriknn) and Riding Daily
Pro Golf and Tennis Arts and C-itts Sadinf, Scuba
Trips by Canoe Horseback Riding Special Teea Praaram
Head.-} and Math Clinics Traditional Friday & Sabatih
Services Bar Mitzvab Lessens All Dietary Lava Observed
M.3. a 2 R.N.'s Staff our Modern Infirmary at ALL Times.
Acc-edited Member American Camping Association
Your Camp Directors:
COACH J. I. MONTGOMERY
MORRIS & SHEILA WALDMAN
Miami Beach Phone: 305-532-3152 or Write:
605 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida 33139
SIGN UP NOW
D
We put a lot of summer
Into one camp.
Here's a place where vour
can do just about everything
tin' sun.
\ magnificent t^ a< re < a
the gentle rolling hills near CK
National Forest. *nd on the shoi -
of a natural spring Like.
We've got every watt >uld ask tor. Boatini
canoeing swimming and waterskiing. On land weve got a comi
pro-ram or athletics tennis horseback riding, drama music an
arts. And ue tailor it to T.t each child individually We even ofr<
tutoring in Hebrew.
Vour kids are going to have a really full camping experierw
this summer.
But you better hurry up and enroll them now We only havi
tor 125 select boys and girls. \ges 6 to 16
Firstseipn |une22to|uly20 Second session |uly2lto
\ugust 1 Only $3 i per month Or S725 tor the summer.
Camp Shalom A
P.O. Box "241 Miami, Florida BBS, Plwme 271-~ 27^4M01
------------------------------------_____________________Davd and Shelly Sdkoi Owner. Z j:'J :


April 21. 1972
t'JcwisI' Fk>irSJKc3in
Page 9-C
hal Parents Should Know
JmhiI Child's Summer Camp
Day Camp Offers ORT Executive Board Meets To Plan May 25 Luncheon
'a:
in
n

] you expect mail from ,
. ... in summer camp? What
: food will he (or shei k . Ii. and what typo of cloth-
ld a youngsters have? How
lie camp, its management.
lat time of year again,
tothers and fathers are
_ their progeny for that
x|>erience called summer
season in the country can i
lerful for all. or it could
timer of bad news, accord-
two veteran camp owners-
S.
lint is. say Morris Wald-1
nd .1. I. Montgomery, of'
'(ala. in Florida's Oculai
I Forest, it all depends on]
hological and physical pre-
ns and attitudes which,
begin with the parents.
Montgomery has been a
Erector in California, an
. of and tour director for
director of student activ-
coach of basketball, foot-
> imming and track teams at
terian College, Clinton. S.C.
past 12 years he has di-
liysical education (in addi-
amp work i at the Geater
Hebrew Academy and at
and Girls' High School.
iis partner. Mr. Waldman.
t>s also been long involved:
king with and shaping
re active in the American
g Association.
phrasing the stock market I
hey insist parents should |
...te a camp before they-
'll it with their children.
e place, check its location,
have programmed activ-
hat are its health care j
-. is a physician on the !
:; the camp food served?
style (it could get cold
ablei. by waiters-counsel-
leria fashion? Is there a
nl dietician setting up the
I.' counselors old enough i
.< their youthful charges? ;
hny counselors will there
nselora at Camp Ocala. for ]
. must be of college age,
".le the American Camping
"n>n recommends more
per counselor, Ocala's ra-
ree to one.
ng dec|>cr, parents should
ther the camp is an ac-
:.: one (the A.C.A. has
us standards), does it have
e insurance? They should
also inquire of fathers-mothers of
previous years' campen what
their experiences were.
Costs of a camp stay ought to
Ix1 spelled out and disclosed fully
to the parents at the outset. "The
parents should ascertain both the
quality and quantity of the services
the camper will receive, such as
how often will he go water skiing,
horseback tiding, will we have to
pay for arts and crafts supplies,
linens and laundry?"
Should a family send more than
one child to camp? Yes, the Camp
Ocala owners say, but it has noth-
ing to do with merely building a
larger dollar volume. "Significant-
ly it produces a greater feeling of
security when a young person
knows a brother or a sister is
there, too."
Seek predominantly wash and
wear camp clothing but stay away
from nylon, "especially nylon bath-
ing suits," the men counsel. Nylon
retains heat and swimsuits usual-
ly are worn for lengthy |ieriods.
Let youngsters pick their own
clothing, but hold down the
amount of gear. In Florida, of
course, it's not necessary to pur-
chase two sets of apparel for
warm days and cold nights, as is
done for mountain camps. Be cer-
tain that a hat with a good brim
to guard against sun is included
in the wardrobe. See that sturdy
shoes, not just sneaker or mocca-
sin types, arc on the list to insure
foot comfort on hikes or walks
through rough areas.
The prospective camp being
screened should be one which semis
periodic progress reports home.
Camps should have some form of
worship activity, "if only a morn-
ing prayer," Waldman and Mont-
gomery suggest, "because even the
slightest hint of religious feeling
induces tremendous spiritual up-
lift." While Camp Ocala provides
a kosher cuisine, it takes children
of all faiths and on the ap-
propriate days the cam|>ers have
the l>enefit of their own form of
services.
As a final note of caution, the
camp owners-operators admonish,
parents should not send their
youngsters to a camp because
mother or dad went to the place
28 years ago. Camping and camps
have changed since those days.
What is yesteryear's sweet mem-
ory may now be a shabby or ill-
run ruin which will be harmful
lather than healthful for the child.
4Studv Program'
The Oholei Torait Day School
i< once again offering a lull day
camp program for all Jewish chii-
c'ren in the Greater Miami area
this summer.
Resides the regular day :nm;>
activities, which include swim ning,
boating, baseball, tennis, trips of
special interests and arts ;\n<\
crafts, the camp will offer a spe-
cial integrated study program, ac-
cording to Rabhi David Sh iplro,
director.
This program will serve to
strengthen weaker areas of btudy
and also to provirV a continuation |
of formal study during the lengthy
summer months, alleviating :iany
problems which are common when
children who completely cut them-
selves off from studies lor several
consecutive months.
The program is ./ring developed
in conjunction with the school, '
with regular teachers serving as;
instructors for these supplemen-
tary courses. Games and outdoor
activities will be used to create an
interesting and challenging at-
mosphere. Individual instruction
will also be available.
The executive board ot Women- ORT "Bond-with-Israel Luncheon"
American ORT. South Flo-;da slated for the Fontainebleau Hotel,
Region, will hold a "Coffee 'n I "an- according to Mrs. Bernard Epsti in,
ish" in (he Gigi Room of the Kon- chairman of the -vent.
, ,, ,,. Michael Litvak, director ol tlv*
******* Hotel, at 10 an, 8 ^^ B()n(,s .
Wednesday to make plans for Greater Miami ana. will be the
the Ma) 2." Women's American special guest for the meeting,
t^Osceo/aJZcL 3,
IN THE COOL AND SCENIC BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAINS
Altltuda 2500 ft
Humane Society's
Officers Elected
At Annual Meeting
The Humane Society of Greater
Miami, Inc., and Da e County
SPCA held its annual meeting at
the resently purchased Animal
General Hospital which has been
renamed the I'hoebe E, Morse
Branch.
Robert P. Knovvles D.V.M. wa-
electcd to serve another term a<
president. Other officers Include
Mrs. Phoel>e E. Morse, first vice
president; J. H. Yarborv,ugh
D.V.M., second vice president;
Robert A. Peterson, third vice
president; Mrs. Roberta IVairs
treasurer; Kenneth B. McGovern.
jr., executive cMrector, and Mrs.
Margaret P. Brinkley. executive
secretary.
The directors includ Herbert
X. Booma, Joseph A. Caldwell. Ben
Cohen. Jerry Conway, Mrs. Alfred
DeMaris, John F. Hauss, M.D..
Judge Arthur E. Huttoc, Hcber!
King, Mrs. Alexander Kogan.
John B. Manning. Mrs. FmiK
Minkler, Mrs. John M. Murrell.
James L. Newman and Mrs. Roy
Wood.
The SPCA paid special tribute to
LeRoy Fahnestock. Flton J. Gis-
sendanner D.V.M., Mrs. Roy Page
and Mrs. Edwin L. Wiegand by
naming them honorary vice presi-
dents.
Finest Jewish American Cuisine |J special June rates
$^ pel pers wkly
/O double occ.
AMERICAN PLAN
| SWIMMING POOL *G0LF 'TENNIS
' HORSEBACK RIOING BOATING'FISHING
[SUPERVISED CHILDREN'S PROGRAM
ENTERTAINMENT INFORMAL ,,
Write for Brochure or Phone MIAMI -bJ4-HJOO
Resort Hotel on Beautiful Lake Osceola
HEIMDERSONVILLE, North Carolina
CANTOR
WANTED
For High Holidays
CALL FOR AN AUDITION
944-0257
A NEW CHEVRAH KADISHA SOCIETY
is now being formed on Miami Beach
To Service The Greater Miami Jewish Community.
Classes are being held
Monday Evening at 8:00 P.M. to 9:00 P.M.
at the Beth Israel Congregation
40th Street and Chase Avenue.
Conducted By
RABBI TIB0R H. STERN
All Men and Women are Invited to join this most
worthwhile endeavor and Great Mitzvah.
For Additional Information Day or Night Call:
531-9708 or 532-7286
CLOUDMONT
AND "SHADY GROVE CAMP'
FOR BOYS
Year 'Round Snow Skiing!
9 HOLE GOLF COURSE
SIX TENNIS COURTS
ALL WATER SPORTS
OVER 200 HORSES
w
VALLEY VIEW RANCH
FOR GIRLS
Full activities program
on land and water
YOUR OWN HORSE!
Our 48th Season
South Florida's Oldest Camps... on 7.000 Acres
a top Lookout Mountain near C.hattanooea, Tenn.
Coll 444-1100 or Write Mr. t Mrs. Jock E. Jones
1100 S. Greenway Dr., Coral Gables 33134
IARDER HALL
IGOLF-TENNIS
CAMP FOR
EENS (Co-Ed)
I On beautiful Rex Beach Lake in the rolling lake-ridge
country of Florida's Central Highlands A superior summer
camp program at Florida's First Golf Resort 18- hole
Championship Course Individual coaching in golf, tennis
and water sports by top Pros Pool and lake swimming
Water skiing Soiling Driver Ed. Fishing Trip!
Socials Discotheque Academic tutoring available.
| CAMP DIRECTORS: VICTOR E. JACOBSON, JAMIE JACKSON
For Brochure and Particulars write: Abe Rifkin
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4


Page 10-C
jntJstincridTforJ
Friday, April 21. 1972
Thirteen-year-old Melvin Morley, (left) holds a plaque com-
memorating his membership in the Founders of Mount
Sinai Medical Center, symbolic of the ones presented to
the individuals pictured above at the group's annual dinner-
dance. Other recipients were from left, (ront row) Rose
Gould, Lucille (Mrs. Harry) Chemin, Edith (Mrs. Samuel)
Gertner, Ruth (Mrs. Paul) Faske, Carolyn and Alex Manson;
(second row) Joseph Drapkin, Samuel May, Dr. Lester A.
Russin, E. Albert Pallot; (third row) Marshal E. Rosenberg,
Robert Moll, Milton Moskowitz and Harry Korman.
LEGAL NOTICE
Dr. Benjamin Fine, (loft) Horizon headmaster,
watches as Ed Grad, Horizon P.T.A. presi-
dent; Evan Olster, benefactor, and Dr. G.
Wesley Sowards, dean of education at Flor-
ida International University, break ground
for Horizon School's new S500.000 school on
a six-acre site at 4200 SW 92nd Ave.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
hi- undersigned, desiring 'o engage in
>uslnese under the fictitious name of
STANDARD SECURITY SYSTEMS at
;4.t Majorca Avenue, Coral Cables,
Florida intends lo register said name
with the Clerk of tiif Circuit Court uf
1 lade County, Florida.
MARY KM MA DRAPER
MICHAEL P CHASE
Attorney for Mary Emma Draper
I II.....8.W Third Avenue
Miami, Florida S3I2S
3 II 4/7-14-11
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
JACOB KOPERWAS
Husband
and
HOSE KOPERWAS
Ti i. Roue Koperwaa
2020 Irand Concourse
Apartment 11-7
Bronx, \. yrk
TOl ARE HEREBY N'OTIFIED
l.!;',..a!':",1.....'''.Dissolution f Mar
lags'has been filed against you ana
"ii .u. required to serve a cony of
{pur written defenses. If ., to ,"
Mar In J. Sohwarts. attorney tor Pe"
g r^T,:; fc,-;;;,->!;;;
Mdaj ,.f Ms^h.W h'""1'' 'his
?. SJ^ATHERMAN,
a l.rk. Circuit Court
uade County, Klorldn
Bjr( p, COPELAND
,, As l)..|iuu Clerk
""' <'ourt Seal)
Mian.,. Pia MH2 TeL: 377.M6.
_________ :; 1 4 7-14-21
,N r^XS^rCOURT
DADE .^probate0"'0*
^J^QEROTHwOHI,
I havfllle? i'MnJ^g *iv*" hat we
1 Report and ivti-
Ion
l'arK.. r',ly" "><>Final DIs-
"f CLOTILDEhSSaJBulSK

Herman L. Shaw, (left) was honored by the
Greater Miami Hebrew Academy th:s week
at its Dedication Dinner naming the Julius
J. Rosen Junior and Senior High School
Building. Other principals at the Eden Roc
Hotel banquet included (from lefi) honorary
president Louis Meiwitzer; Rabbi Alexander
S. Gros3, principal; Jack S. Popick, dinner
chairman; Mrs. Popick, and Irving Firtol,
president of the Hebrew Academy.
I'm- ;..V N"''u,ors<>f
331 4/7-14-21
the
2 Soviet Scientists]
Accept Menial Jobs
NEW YORK (JTAi via,limi
Slepak. the Soviet Jewish sdentto
and activist who refused to tab
a gravel-loading job for phvsiJ
reasons, has accepted work in
National Conference on Sa\jet
Moscow as a knife-sharpener
Jewry has reported.
The NCSJ said Mr. Sl<>pak I
agreed to take the job becau I
s not physically debilitating and I
gets the authorities "off his back." I
He was ordered to take a menial I
job or face trial for "parasitism." I
which carries a sentence of up to I
one year.
Mr. Slepak also reported that I
Prof. Sergie Gurevitz, the Jewish I
physicist of Moscow who was or- I
dered to accept a factory job or I
face the same charge, has agreed I
to work as a repairman at the I
Escalon factory.
"It is a punishment." Prof. Gu- I
revitz told Mrs. Faye Schenk, na- I
tional president of Hadassan, -vht I
telephoned Friday to let him know I
that her organization was con-1
cerned with his plight.
"A punishment for what?" Mrs, I
Schenk asked.
"For asking for an exit vista," I
Prof. Gurevitz replied.
Fired from his teaching post at I
Moscow University eight months I
ago after applying for a visa to I
go to Israel, he was supporting I
himself by private tutoring when]
he was summoned to the local em-1
ployment office last week and I
ordered to accept a job in a fac-l
tory. He was given three days to I
decide.
Young Singles Gomes Night
The Young Single Adults Group I
of the YM-YWHA of Greater Mi-]
ami (ages 21-35) was to hold >|
"Games Night" at 8 p.m. Thurs-I
day at the "Y." 8500 SW 8th St.
with prizes and refreshments. All
young single adults are invited.
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF the"
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 72-6772
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
IN' RE: THE MARRIAGE OK
LUIS H. IOLB8IA8,
Petitioner,
DOMINO A O. IGI.ESIAS,
Respondent.
TO: DOMING A O. IGI.ESIAS
4l Bast Hi-llmiin Avenue
Monterrey Park, California
SHI7.14
YOU, DOMINGA O. IOLESIAS. are
hereby notlfled that a Petll
Dissolution of Marriage has been (lien
against you, and you are required i"
serve copy of your answer oi
ing to this Petition on the Petil
Attorney, 1RWIN O. CHRISTIE:, !!
West Fluffier Street, Miami. Florida,
and file the original Answer or plead-
ing in the offiee of the Clerk i>t Ihl
Circuit Court "ii or before Ii II
day of .May, 1!'7J If you fail to '! > *
Judffment by default will !" lake"
against you for the relief dommi'M
In the Petition for Dissolution of Mar-
riage
This notice shall be publish'
;oli week for four ennseeutivi
in THE JEWISH FLORTDIAN
DiiXK and ORDERED al M ""
Diole Pountv, Florida, on this 3 of April. Iff!
B. R. I.EATHERMAN C
Cireult Totv-t. Pade County. (' i.
Py: 10. H. LANW.w
Denuty Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
IRWIN O. CHRISTIE
Attorney for Petitioner
Suite 804. Roberts llullding
28 Weal Flagler Street
Miami, Florida .
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY, NO. 72-6840
SUIT FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
LINDA WOODS.
Petitioner,
vs.
JOE G. WOODS.
Respondent,
TO: JOE G WOODS ..
You, JOE G. WOODS, are heretiy
notified that a Petition for I>K-"IU;
tlon of Marriage has been filed again"
you. and you are required to serve
Opy of your Answer or Pleading <
the Petition on the Plalntifrs attor-
ney, CARL MINKUS, 7145 Collins Ave-
nue. Miami lieac-h, Florida. 3314' W
file the nrlfflnnl Answer or Pleading ">
the office or the Clerk of the Ires"
Court on or before the 12 day
May. 1!7J. If you fall do BO W
meiit by default will be taken ngaJJ*
>"U for the relief demanded In ">
Petition.
Tltli notice shall he publish'
each week for four conaccutlvi ween
i" THE JEWISH KI.OHIKIAN.
, DONE AND ORDERED il
Florida, this 3 dav of Aoril A 1' 1 ''-
n E. R. I.EATHER.MAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade Countv. i-'l'-rid
By: C. P. COPEI ANL
,_, Denuty Clerk
'Circuit Court Seal)
CARL MINKUS
7145 Collins Avenue
Miami Reach. Florida S3141
Attorney for Plaintiff


Acril 21, 1972
+Jewish norMUain
Page 11-C
UAl NOTKE
-EcSth JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
f.VEruSB.OA IN AND FOR
" DADE COUNTY.
, ..ACTION NO. 72-4842
5-t ON FOR DISSOLUTION
l- 0F MARRIAGE
. n,M- .1 tKKIAflH OF
JkXNKTOST, Wife
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
':.' ",', ,v HENRY TOST Ml
,:;L ..' HKHEUY NOTIFIED
(or pissolullon of Mar-
I:
i HKNHY TOST HI.
IV
r"
I filed" again'sl jrott and
.,-. ,i i,i serve a copy "'
I u!,r,f! I ;r, attorney for f'eM-
r" ".. .Mr.-.- is 101 x.w. Will
, ,.,. Florida.. and flls Hi.-
f, m the ci.mplalnl or petition.
. hnll published once
, ur ronsi r-atlve weeks
li'-.n-v. i.-ii ii" RIDIAN.
IrVvKHH nv )ihm>1 ami til.' seal nt
"court in Miami, Florida on this
\Y BATHBRMAK
. i- rk, Circuit '"un
Mile I" PUnty. l-'lorlda
' || M M. KISSRK
.\- Deputy Clerk
. .-..ii- s.- ill
l\K A SCSTfHI.N
fc- \v 12th W*
. Fin
.\ fi.r Petitioner
l M-21-5S ". :.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
IRKEI1Y oTvEN (hat
.... ilcHlrinfs i" eniraice Bi
..', ,,:. ler ihc fictitious nam.....
,;n INVKSTMENT CO. at 4253
L|,. su.- Coral Gables. Florida
li. m register said name with
[ Circuit Court of
ii p ..nil..
IAMKS II I AYDKN
IfARIl I! HIRSCH
. i i nyden Investment i n,
4 14-21-29 -
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 72-7386
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
IN RK: TliK MARRIAGE OF
JOYCE SIBJIl IX. wife and
EDWARD JOHN SEBMOX, III.
husband
VOr, EDWARD JOHN SIEMON.
III. whose rtsld.ncn is :, !_:, Fifth Ave>
inn.en-burn, P.'rmw>-lviinmaB2S.
are notified to serve a copy of your
answer t<. Petition for Dissolution of
Marrlace filed nxalnst you by Peti-
tinner/wlfe's attorney, ai.ax s
BECKER, ..i ''." Blscayne Boulevard,
.Miami. Florida, and file the original
with the Clerk of this Court on or
before the l? da) of May, 1972, other-
ivIhc r default will l entered against
y.iu.
Dated this ll day of April, l?J
E. K I EATHERMAX, Clerk
Circuit Court. 11th Judicial Circuit
By: R. M. KI88EE
Oeou'y Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
4 '14-81 -M I -.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-1613
FRANK B. DOWLING
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RK: Estate of
HARVEY FLB18CHMAX,
Deceased,
To ah Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
qttlrefl to present an>'- rlaims and de-
mands which you mav have against
the eataw of HARVEY FI.KI8CHMAN
di i ,:is.-,i leaf of Dade County, Flor-
ida, to (he Count)' Judges of Dade
County, anil file thi same In duplicate
and as provided hi Section 733.16,
Flnrids Statutes. In their offices in
in, County Courthouse In Dads Coun-
ty. Florida- within six calendai months
from the" lime of the Oral publication
hereof, or the same will i. hatred.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
XOTICE IS HEREBY OIVKX that
the undersigned, desiring to euguge in
business under the flciitlous nam< of
r'AII.-HIK ACTS, at 730-744 10th
Street. .Miami Beach, Kla. Intend to
register said name with the Clerk "f
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida,
PAUL KW1TXEY
RICHARD KHOOP
KssiMtes/ r Kroep- '
Attornej for applicants
420 Lincoln Road
-Miami Beach, Kla.
4/14-21-28
bituafe
ROTKSTEIN
Int.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
ITICE l> HEREBY GIVEN that
-..,) desiring lo eiiKnue in
1,-v under the fictitious name ,.f
V BEi: I'll'I.ICATlNC SERVICE
i-.uililinc. Miami, l-'li.r-
reglster
Intends register said
ti Clerk of the Circuit
I .in <\. Florida.
ROM U.i: LAND CORP,
4/14-31-38
name
i "our l
Dated at Miami, Florida, th
da) of April, AD. I9T*.
- jeanette Flefkehmnn
Jeanctte Flelschmau
As Bxeouttix
First pujdlention of this notice <
the H -lav of Anril. l!>72
aroxovitz, silver a booth
's/Max i: sih.r
By; Max R, Silver
Attorney for Executrix
'" Alnsley Building
4/14-31-311 :, 5
in
IN
r
riled
i It

:>
Ida,
|.
the
i II
ikel
i.j
lap
M
ml
;. i y
TME COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOM
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
No. 72-1707
FRANK B. DOWLING
IK: Bslatc uf
TH 1' I" 'M> 'SB
f ceased
Ul t'reiiitors and All Persons Hnv-
Claims or Demands Against said
It) :
i re hereby notified and re-
il in present any claims gnd de-
id ivliieh ci'ii may have against
.1 RniTH r. DOMusii
il late i,| Bade County. Florida,
he County Judges Of Dade County.
fi'.- ill,- >:ini- in dutdicate ami as
In Section 728. IB, Florida
in their offices in the Coun-
ioum iii Dade county. Flor-
in .-i\ calendar months from
,.i the first publication here-
pame will he barred.
vldi l
lUtes,
Court
Kill
time
'
Med nt Miami. Florida, tills 4th
Of April. \ |. |JI7g,
THE MIAMI REACH
F ItST v VTlOXAl BANK
I'.y PKTEH A ISAIA
\s Executor
ii-i iiuhlicatlon of this notice on
'I la* ol Anril, 1973
RkltElt. ZEMEl ROSKIN AND
liJlRDNXER, I' A.
Rxei utor
^i I itisen,\ ne Boulevard
mi. Florida 33182
4/14-21-28 5 5
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERV'CE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVfeNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-6846
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
in RE: Th,- Marriage !
MARIE B. OEADR1CK, Wife
and
CHARLES 8. IIEADRICK. Ilusl.and
Ti: Charles B. Headrick
GS.'.ta Rue Foret, Apt. t-'
Flint, Michigan
VOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action f.,r Dissolution of Mar-
riage has bean filial against you and
you arc required to sen- a copy of
tour written defenses, If any, to it
on ALBERT UII.ENSKV, attorney
for Patuloner, whose address la urn
Concord Building, Miami. Florida, and
file the original with the clerk ol the
above styled court on or before May
12, lt'7-'; otherwise a defaull will be
entered against you for the reliel de-
manded in tin- complaint or petition.
This notice shall be publllshed once
each week for four consecutive weeks
iii THE JEWISH FI'iRIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami, Florida on
this 3 day ol April, IOT2.
l: l: LEATHBRMAN,
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Fiorina
By: it M. KI88EE
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit lourl Seal)
ALBERT WILENSKY
l|n4 l on,-i,id 1 .,!
Miami. Florida
Attorney lor Petitioner
4/7-14-31-38
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. 72-7336
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
in RE: Tin- Marriage of
HEIDE El.I.EN SAKKIN, Wife
and
LAWRENCE SARKIN, Husband
TO: UWRENX'K SAKKIN
808 Haddon Road
Syracuse. New York 13200
YOU ARE HKRKBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage lias been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to ii
on BURNETT UOTII, attorney for
Petitioner, whose address is 4ifl Lin-
coln Boad, Miami lleacli. Florida
38139, and file the original with the j
clerk of the above styled court on
or before May 17. I72: otherwise h i
default will he entered against you >
for the relief demanded in Ihe com- '
plaint or petition :
This notice shall be published once
each week r,.r four consecutive weeks I
in THE JEWISH El.i IHJDIAX.
witxess my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on this
in day of Anril. 1972.
i: B, LEATHBRMAN,
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By: L. BNEEDEX
As Deputy Clerk
11 'innit Court Sea! i
BURNETT R< iTIl
42" Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
At tome) for Petitioner
4 II-2I-2S 5 :
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN ANO FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 72-7441
NOTICE OF SUIT
FOR PETITION OF
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: MARRIAOE OF
MARSHALL GROVES, Husband
and
ERMA GROVES, Wife
To: ERMA OROVES
Residence Unknown
YOU. ERMA OROVES, are hereby
notified that a Petition for Dissolu-
tion of MaiTiau*' has heeii filed against
you, and you are required lo serve a
copy of your Answer or Pleading to
said Petition for Dissolution of Mar-
riage on the Husband's Attorney. Ron-
ald I,. Davis. Eml, P.A., 417 Blscayne
Building, 19 W. Futgler Street, Miami.
Florida .131.10. Phone: 37!'-2S."il. and
file the original Answer or Pleading in
the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 19 day of May,
1973, and if you fail to do so, judg-
ment by default will be taken against
you for the relief demanded in the
Petition for Dissolution of Maniac.
this NOTICE shall be published
once each week for four (41 consecu-
live weeks in THE JE I8H FLORID-
IAN
DOXE AND ORDERED nl Miami.
Florida this n day of April. 1973.
E I! LEATHBRMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court
1 lade County, Florida
I'.y: i: M. K'ISSEE
Deputx Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal i
4/14-21-28 S ."
Louts, 80 of Miami, passed away!
Tuesday. April II. lam,- here .", '
months ago from Brooklyn, M v
is'tfMMill 'tv wjdin. Sarah, of Brook-
''~~yn, .V'.'T.. sonSTrvIni;, of Van Nuys. I
Calif.. Seymour of California, daugh-
ter, Mrs. itoae Sumars. Hay Harbor
Mauds, five -is era, Tessle Levlne,
Miami, Claire Tollns and Ann Qer- !
her ..I" Hallaniiale. and Veiia Bach)
and Bos,- Kester of New York
Brother Sam ,,r New York. Orand-
, hildren, Rabbi Robi r( Hurt of New
York, Fred Hun of Miami. Barry,
Fred, Lurry and Cheryl Itothstein.
nreatgrandchlldren, Shari Jo, Jenni-I
fer, Howard, Arl and Bkuia Hurt.
Services were held Wednesday -i' '
Riverside Memorial Chapel, 1930 Al-
ton Kd Miami Beach. Interment in
Lakeside Memorial Park
PURCEL
I
Mllford s., 63, of Miami Beach pass-
ed away Friday, April l*. A resident
of Miami Beach for the past 2.", years
previously ol Mac,ll. Ga. The presi- I
dent ami owner of Coplan Pipe anil'
Supply Co. of Miami: with lirnueh '
offices in Port 1 jiuderdale. West
Palm Beach and Maoon, Oa. Through '
his company and efforts, he was one i
of the leading suppliers of building '
materials to the southern pans pi
the Cnited Stales. Member of tem-
ple Emniiucl and a Shriner for the
post l'i years. Past-president of the
Southern Wholesalers. Survived by
widow. Mrs. Ida Belle I'u .! ,,t
Aliami Beach, two sons. Norman
rind Ronald, daughter Arlync. four
grandchildren, two brother end his
mother. Services were h.ld Sunday
at Riverside Memorial chapel. 1920
Alton lid Miami Beach, Interment
in Lakeside Memorial Park.
BAIG, Boh Samuel. 54, of M.B.
Riverside. Intermenl mi. Nebo.
fisher. Sol, 69, Mi" Harding Ave ,
M.B Riverside.
GLADSTONE. George, 75, 7725 Car-
lyle Ave. M.B Gordon
JULIUS. Sarah, sT, 23G 9th St., M.B.
Riverside.
MURIAY, T.rese Rose, 77. o. Ml'.
Riverside. Interment Mt. .Who.
PERLMAN, Ruth. i2", Blltmore Way,
Coral Oahles. (iorilon
REISFIELD. Charles, 77, ."ill 15th St.,
M.B. Blaaberg.
stark, Regina, U. 3t50 8.W. S4th
St. Gordon. Interment Mt. Nebo.
I BERR. Joseph. 66,8400 Harding Ave.,
i M.B. Riverside.
I BLATT, Sarah. :>2. 330 Collins Ave,
I Mil. Riverside.
I cohen. Samuel P., 73, 1543 Drexel
Ave.. mi; Blasberg,
| F ISENBERG, .I.isepll. S3. 16750 X E
I4lh Ave.. X.M.i!. Gordon.
FRONT, Samuel. i;4, 1.1 X.W. 304th
SI. Interment Mt. Nebo,
jaffe. Harry, 7:,. 1100 Weal Ave.,
M.B. Blaaberi
KLEINMAN. Ben, ti7, ",i X.E. 304th
St. Riverside.
NAFTALIS, Harry, HI, of N.M.B.
Portnoy, Jennie, >;:. 1001 Collins
Ave.. M.B. Newman.
2ATMAN, Alan I.., 39, 404 N.W. 70th
Ave., Plantation Cord
on nt Star of Da\ Id.
KURLAND, HuMav, 700 VV. IKth !;!
Hialeah. Rivaislde Interment Mt.
Nebo.
LOWENSTEIN, I-ester, M. of Nortl
.\iiemi iiiierin,-nfTn SflrW*
lubliner. Benjamin, of M.B.
Riverside.
SHAPIRO, Frederick, (1, of Coral
Gables, Riverside. Interment Ml.
N.....
FEIGENBAUM, Joseph I 76, 10188
Collins Ave., M It. Riverside.
FORMAN. Irving, 76, 735 Colling Ave*
M.B. Riverside
FUHN, Ralph David. 42, 174" N.B.
125th St., North .Miami Riverside,
KIBEL, Jules. 86, 11822 B.W. Iwili
'I'ii' Interment mi Nebo
MAIMAN, Anna. S7. H42 Michigan
Ave. M.B. Gordon. Interment .Mt.
Nebo,
POSNER. Sophie, -.",, XV llith St.
M.B. Blasberg.
RATTNER, Emma. 74, 100 Lincoln
Ed.. M it. Riverside,
ALTMAN, Abraham I., 68, of Mlt.
Riverside.
green, Charles, 77. 124 Mendoaa
Ave.. Coral Gables, Gordon.
HAYMAN, Saul. 74, of M.B. River-
side Interment Mt. Nebo
honig, Rose. 86. 758 Washington
Ave M.B. Riverside,
KIPNESS, Bertha, 65, 1551 NE l7th
LUDWIG. Charles. 72. of Miami
Riverside, interment Mt. Nebo.
MALLET, Ruth, 82, 177" 79th Si
Causeway. North Bag Village, '
Gordon. i
MOSS. Prances, 85, linn Alton Rd.,
M-.B. Riverside.
parke, Harry. 79, of North i
Village Riverside.
PEARL, .lack. 68, 77i:: N Kendall
Dr, Cordon. Interment Mt Sinai
SCHER, Lena, 96, 1600 Bay Rd MR.
, SILVERMAN. Jack, 74, 1421 Still-
water in-, mi:. Gordn i,
swersky, Irving, 77. .":", Wash-
ington Ave M.B, Bin -berg.
TURK. Philip, so. ,,f M.B Riverside.
Intermenl AH. Nebo,
. ALTMAN, Maurice, 83. ::ai N E
i25th Si i
. BARELL. Irving, "' 0| N E 191st
| St., N.M.B RB ,i
feher, John. 61, ,.t I B. Riverside,
GREENBERG. Harry, 62,1.127 \\, st
Ave.. M B. RB side.
! hochberg. Ben jo ml i .< :.s d
Belle Isle M.jI. River- n!-.
MEYERS, .lean .\i.. of North Miami.
PALGON, Josef. 66, of Miami.
; Riverside. Interment Mt. Nebo
Riverside.
Rosenberg. Benjamin, 61, itm
Miami liardeiis Dr,, N.M.B.
I Blashen-
I SCHLOSSBURG, llymmi, 7>".. !>4tl
i lean Dr., M.B. Riverside.
I SCHOEN. Si.rney. 74. 4801 N.W. 22nd
Court.
1 DEKAR. Jacob. 87, 42 Collins Ave.,
M.it Gordon.
GARDEN. Seltnn. 7.1. 1219 Collins
Ave.. M.B. Riverside.
! LIPKA, Cella, 14.1" X.E. I7"th St.
. pesetsky. Abraham, 72, 1602 Merid.
inn A\<-.. M.B. Riverside.
ROTHBEIND. Max, 4. of Miami.
Riverside.
SEIDMAN. Jessie. 66, 3351 N.W.
liiiuii Ter. lnlernieiit Mt. Sinai.
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
LEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
DADE. FLORIDA
CASE NO. 72-7031
NOTICE TO DEFEND
k.ETIIK MARRIAGE OF
BI.U II PEREZ, Wit,-,
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It. pondent.
,'" Fran Iscn N. Peres, of 101
Rancho Boyeros, Ha-
il'ii, tire requ red i" file an
'" the Petition For Marriagi
II Willl ihO Clerk of llus
rvi a copy thereof upon
] l-AJ'SSKI., I77(4) West Plagler I
"" Miami, Florida 38135, your
i Inlet than May 16, ,
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IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
I,.- ,. No- 72-1590
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