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The Jewish Floridian ( April 28, 1972 )

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BRUCE COHEN
Bruce Jay. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Cohen, will become Bar
Mitzvah Saturday, April 29 at
Temple Emanu-EI.
Bruce attends the Hebrew
Academy, where he is in the sev-
enth grade.
The celebrant will be honored
at a reception in the Algiers Hotel.
His grandparents. Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Lachman and Mr. and Mrs.
Herman Cohen, will attend the
event.
ft ~to 6
ALLISON FISHER
Friday evening. April 28. Alli-
son Pam, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Lowell D. Fisher will be Bat Mitz-
vah in the main sanctuary of era-
pie Ner Tamid.
Allison is a student at the He-
brew Academy and attends Ner
Tamid Religious School.
An Oneg Shabbat will fol'ow the
services and a reception in Alii- |
son's honor will be he^d Saturday j
at the Forte Towers South.
Allison is the granddaughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Lew Goodman of
Surfside and Mrs. Birdie Fisher of
Miami Beach. She is the great
granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Abraham Weintraub of Miami
Beach. Also present will be her
aunts and uncles Mr. and Mrs.
George Goodman and Mr. and Mrs. j
Dave Summer of New York, and '
Mrs. Mildred Tokowitz of Chicago
and her cousin, Fred Tokowitz.
to -to -to
LILLIAN WOLF
Lillian (Lolly), the daughter of
Mrs. Joyce Wolf, will chant por-
tions from the book of Proverbs
as part of her cetemony when she
becomes a Bat Mitzvah during the
Friday evening services at Beth
Torah Congregation April 28.
Lillian is a member of the Mitz-
vah class at Beth Torah's Harold
Wolk Religious School, and attends
Brent wood Prep School, where she
is secretary of the Student Coun-
cil.
The celebrant's mother will
sponsor the Oneg Shabbat follow-
ing the services in her honor.
Among the guests will be her
maternal grandmother, Mrs. Frank
Kravit, a long-time resident of
North Miami Beach.
-to -to -to
MARC RAY
Marc, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Herbert Ray will be called to the
Torah Saturday morning, April 29
at Temple Ner Tamid in honor of
his Bar Mitzvah.
The Haftorah will be chanted
during the summer when he cele-
brates his Bar Mitzvah in Israel
with his family.
to -to #
FREDERICK WALDMAN
Saturday morning April 29 in
the main sanctuary of Temple Ner
Tamid. Frederick Mark, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Waldman of
Randolph, Mass., will be Bar Mitz-
vah.
Frederick, a student of North
Junior High School in Randolph,
is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs.
Max Waldman of Miami Beach,
and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Raphel
of Boca Raton, formerly of Brook-
line, Mass. He plays Little League
baseball and golf.
A Kiddush will follow the serv-
ices and a reception in Frederick's
honor will be held at the Boca
Teeca Country Club in Boca Ra-
ton.
Guests will include his uncle,
aunt and cousins. Capt. and Mrs.
Svdney Shuman and their sons
Steven of Emerson College, Bos-
ton, Jeffrey of Stauntou Military
Academy. Staunton. Va. and Rob-
ert of Rockville, Md.
to -to
LOIS GOLD
Lois Hclene, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Stanley M. Gold 8410
SW 36th St., will celebrate her
Bat Mitzvah Friday, April 28, at
Temple Or Olom.
Lois, a seventh grader at Rock-
way Junior High School, plays the
clarinet in the school band anrt is a
member of the West Miami Jew-
ish War Veterans Auxiliary "Star-
let ts" division. She is also vice
president of the Temple Or Olom
Junior U.S.Y. Lois is continuing
her studies at Temple Or Olom and
is in the confirmation class of
1974.
Among guests attending will be
the celebrant's grandparents. Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Sandier and Mau-
rice Gold, and Mr. and Mrs. K. J.
Sandier of Bayonne, N.J.
Philip W(iitek,j
LORI PERLMAN
279, at Beth Torah, where he is in | In Philip's honor,
1.urn raiuMA i ">-* --.....,",""",",", "V ,~------' "" Parents!
Lori the daughter of Mr. and the 5B class at Harold Wolk Re- | will sponsor the Kiddush folk*]
I Mrs. Fred R. Perlman, will observe ligious School. He has achieved ing the services. The g
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^^B^BH
HARDER HALL
GOLF-TENNIS
CAMP FOR
TEENS (Co-Ed)
On beautiful Rex Beach Lake In the rolling lake-rldge
country of Florida's Central Highlands A superior summer
cainp program f Florida's First Golf Resort 18- hole
Championship Course* Individual coaching in golf, tennis
and wafer sports by top Pros Pool and lake swimming
Wafer skiing Sa.'lmg Driver Ed. Fishing Trips
Socials Discotheque Academic tutoring available.
CAMP DIRECTORS: VICTOR E. JACOfiSON, J AM'E JACKSON
For Brochure and Particulars write: Abe Rif kin
Harder Hall Golf-Tennis Camp
Completely Air Cond. Sebring, Fla. call collect 813 385-0151
her Bat Mitzvah during the 11 a.m. J the academic Honor Roll at both
services Saturday. April 29 at his public school and Hebrew
Temple Beth El. Hollywood. school.
Lori is a student at John F. Ken- '
nedy Junior High School, where
she is in the seventh grade.
-.Jests wij
include his grandmother. Mrs Svt
via Seidman. and his grandfatt
.Nathan Whitebook.
The celebrant will bo honored
at the Oneg Shabbat sponsored by
her parents. The guests will in-
clude her grandmother, Mrs. Man-
del Perlman, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald
Penner, Mr. and Mrs. Norman
Green, Chicago, III., and Mr. and [
Mrs. Carl Lavin, Canton, Ohio.
to -to tr
DAVID SHAPIRO
David Shapiro, the son of Mr.
and Mrs. David Allen, will become
a Bar Mitzvah Saturday, April 29
at Young Israel of Greater Miami.
to -to -to
PHILIP WHITEBOOK
Philip, the son of Mr. and Mrs. I
Stuart Whitebook. will be called
to the Torah as a Bar Mitzvah
Saturday, April 29 at Beth Torah
Congregation.
The celebrant, a seventh grade |
student at John F. Kennedy Jun- 1
ior High School, is a Patrol Leader- j
Second Class Boy Scout, Troop 1
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Mountain Resort
Reopening June 10
Rubin's Osceola Lake Inn. Hen-
dersonville, N.C., is reopening June
10 for its 32nd season, according
to Carole and Stuart Rubin, own-
ers of the mountain resort.
The Inn, which has accommoda- :
tions for 125 guests, is situated on
I scenic areas in the eastern United
States. The recently expanded fac-
ilities include a dining room and
i a recreational area.
Rubin's Osceola Lake Inn, 2,500
feet altitude, is close to two mag-
nificent 18-hole championship golf
courses. Guests may take their
choice of the many recreational
facilities offered including horse-
back riding, swimming, boating, i
fishing, ping pong, volleyball and !
badminton. A special supervised I
program for children is offered
with pony rides and a wading pool
for the smallest guests to enjoy.
Carole and Stuart Rubin are be-
ginning their 13th year of opera-
tion of the popular mountain re-
sort which was founded and pre-
viously owned by the late Joe Ru-
bin.
TEMPLE BETH MOSHE
proudly announces the opening of
THE POPIEL RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
in its new and most modern equipped school building in
SANS SOUCI ESTATES.
A complete education program will be offered with a
professionally competent staff. Daily Nursery and
Kindergarten Afternoon Hebrew School and Sunday School.
Registration now going on. For information call 891-5508.
Dr. Joseph A. Gorfinkel, Rabbi Charles Weissman, President
Benjamin Udoff, Educational Director
REGISTER YOUR CHILD TODAY
SAFEGUARD YOUR CHILD'S EDUCATION
IN AN ACCREDITED SCHOOL
DEERBQRNE SCHOOL
Founded 1951
ACCREDITED BY THE SOUTHERN
ASSOCIATION OF COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS
CREDITS 1CCEPTES Bf ILL OTHER ACCREDITED
SCHOOLS IHD C0LLETES
LIBRARY CAFETERIA
TRANSPORTATION
READING CLINIC
CHAMPIONSHIP AIR CONDITIONED GYMNASIUM
I
NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS
FOR LIMITED FALL ENROLLMENT
SUMMER SCHOOL
CUSSWOM MIT IE IRTEMEUTU WITH CAMP PP06FUM
ELEMENTARY REVIEW OF ALL SUBJECTS
JR. & SR. HIGH SCHOOL mtm
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SUMMER CAMP
skimming sismieiii woiKSNor currs noons oinci
' III If Rl IICHf (I TENNIS ItlUI SKIIING
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PRE-SCHOOL KINDERGARTEN
GRAD"1 thru 12 *
311 SEVILLUVE., CORAL GABLES 444-4S62
"A Camp With A Learning Experience"
HEBREW ACADEMY SUMMER DAY CAMP
2400 PINE TREE DRIVE, (MIAMI BEACH
i
JUNE 12 THRU AUGUST 4 BOYS AND GIRLS AGES 3 THRU 13
AIR CONDITIONED BUILDING
FREE BUS TRANSPORTATION
..:,<
HOT LUNCHES
PROFESSIONALLY DIRECTED
SCIENCE
Lob Experiments Scie,Ke Projects
Noture Study
ATHLETICS
Swimming Instruction & Awords
Complete Sports Progrom
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ARTS & CRAFTS
Air Conditioned Art bum
Weekly f,eld.r,pSAr0,uftn
DRAMATICS
Skits VoiceProjection
Doneing Singing
CALL 532-6421 FOR INFORMATION


Lay. April 28. 1972
*Jenistincridlian
Kami Beach Chapter Of Hadassah
L number of Miami Beach Chap-
f Hadassah Groups have
6nned activities for the coming
ek.
L,hpn S. Wise Group will have
installation luncheon Monday
, in the Algiers Hotel. Mrs..
. (Ya'fal Dernier will be the
L nc officer. The skit "Tillie
L> w Is'acl" will beueriormed.
C Murray Fuhr will be chair-
anof the day; Mrs. Gertude Sos-
is presiding.
lit the Israeli Group installation
"neon Monday noon in the Al-
' Hotel; Mrs. Barnett (Ella)
ckerman "ill be the installing
nicer and Mrs. Rose Machenberg
Lrman of the day. Katherine
Lsel songstress will be accom-
fnied' bv Bette DeVVitt. Mrs. Hen-
ltta Bolotin is presiding.
iK.dimah Group's installation
ncheon will be held Monday noon
the Singapore Hotel. Mrs. Syl-
Kurland will be the installing
Page 13-B
LEGAL NOTICE
llTH
tuf circuit court of the
,TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
/no. DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
coR WE NQ 72.6772
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
dl-THB MARRIAGE OF
TOM. IGLB8IA8,
elitioner,
SflNGA 0. IGLESIAS.
gSSniOA O. IGUESIAS
' 410 Bust Hellman Avenue
Monterrey Park. California
lotfoOMINOA O. IOLE8IAS. are
Kby notified that a Petition for
Wution of Marriage ha* been filed
ilni you. and you are required to
Va com- of your answer or plead-
_ io this Petition on the Petitioner *
lorney IRWIM G. CHRISTIE 28
1st Flakier Street. Miami. Florida.
6 file ih. original Anawer or Pjead-
in the office of the Clerk of the
cult Court on or before the 12
of Mav. 1972. If you fall to do o.
figment hy default will be taken
Dim o 'OT the relief demanded
[the Petition for Dissolution of Mar-
This notice shall be published once
>h week for four consecutive weeks
|THE JEWISH FI-ORIDIAN.
bfiXE and ORDERED at Miami,
Ide County, Florida, on this 3 day
lAorll 1''7"
E.R I.EATHERMAN. Clerk
Circuit foiirt. Dade County, Fla.
By: E. H. LANWAT
Ilenuty Clerk
cult Court Seal)
[WIN 0, CHRISTIB
Itorney for Petitioner
lite 804. Roberts Building
[ West Flakier Street
Ud. Florida 4/7.-.4.21-28
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
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
M>A WOODS.
Petition, r.
E G WOODS.
P.-soon(I> in.
JOE '". WOODS
You. JOE 'I. WOODS, are hereby
tied that a Petition for Dlssolu-
ii of Marriage has been filed against
and yon are required to serve a
!> of your Answer or Pleading to
( Petition on the Plaintiffs attor-
y. CAR!, MINKIIS. 714S Collins Ave-
Mlami Beach, Florida. 3314' and
ihe original Answer or Pleading in
office or the Clerk of the Circuit
ourt on or before the 12 day of
*y 1972. If you fall do so so. judg-
ent by default will be taken against
u for the relief demanded In the
'tition.
This notice shall be published once
rh week for four consecutive weekr
THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami
nrida, this 3 dav of Anril A.D. 1972.
. E. R. I.EATHERMAN. Clerk.
ireuit Court, Dade County. Florida
By: C. p. COPHT.ANE.
Denuty Clerk
ircult Court Seal)
ARI, MINKCS
li Collins Avenue
ami Bench. Florida S3141
itorney for Plaintiff
4/7-14-21-28
officer, with Mrs. Louis Neleber
presiding.
Morton Towers Group will have
a card party in both card rooms
of the Morton Towers Building
Monday noon. Proceeds will go to
Youth Activities. Mrs. Fanny
Houtz is presiding.
Iliiniiii Seneoch Group will have
an installation luncheon Monday
noon at the Algiers Hotel. Mrs.
Jennie Apelrouth will be the in-
stalling officer; Mrs. Sarah Getter
will be chairman of the day. Marie
Balaban will entertain, with Mrs.
Jack Kunis presiding.
Israeli Group will have an in-
stallation luncheon Monday noon
at the Algiers Hotel.
Emma Lazarus Group will have
a Monday noon installation lunch-
eon at the Holiday Inn, 8701 Col-
lins Ave. with Mrs. Henrietta Fine
presiding.
Royal Maccabees Group will hold
its installation luncheon Wednes-
day noon at the Algiers Hotel with
former Mayor Jay Dermer as the
installing officer; Larry Stang.
guitarist, will entertain. Mrs. Irene
Birnbaum will preside.
Red Cross Seeks Workers
The Dade County Chapter of the
American Red Cros3 is seeking to
enroll 750 additional volunteers.
Workers are needed by the agen-
cy, supported here by the United
Fund annual campaign, to work
with hospital and nursing home
patients, to serve as drivers, typ-
iKis, file clerks and in numerous
other capacities. Headquarters for
the Red Cross are at 5020 Biscay-
he BTvd. *^ *** """'
Beach High Debaters Win
State and District Titles
All four Florida representatives
at the national high school debate
championship this summer will be
from Miami Beach Senior High
school according to Dr. Solomon
Lichter, principal.
Joel Greenberg, Richard Hor-
row, Myles Cypen and Ray Sher-
bil won state and district titles to
earn their way to the June cham-
pionship competition in Winston
Salem. N.C.
LEGAl NOTICE
IN THE 11TH CIRCUIT COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 72-8534
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: The marriage of
JEAN U. MIXJEN, husband
and LJA MIUEN, Wife.
YOU. LJA MILIBN. residence Mar-
tizzan No. 163. Port-au-Prince, Haiti,
are required to file your answer to
the petition for divorce with the
Clerk of the above Court and serve a
copy thereof upon. Herman Cohen,
Esq., 1310-11 Congress Bldg., on or be-
fore May 30, 1972. or else petition will
be confessed.
Dated: April 28. 1972.
E. B. Leatherman
Clerk, Circuit Court
By K. M. KISSEE
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
4/28 5/5-12-19
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
vnJT.lCTITIOUS NAME LAW
M>TI< G is HEREBY GIVEN that
- undersicned. desiring to engage in
iS2S.una*r the fictitious name of
MERK AN HANDBAGS CO. at 98
! 74th Street, Miami, Florida In-
naj to rojrloter R|d nRrne with the
..,^,. I..""' Circuit Court of Dade
,Junty, Florida.
BIO.gBRTJM TABS. INC.
h Florida conoratlon
By: ALBERTO DELGADO.
President
"ir,r.., .. Rn'e Owner
t,n2MAN' HOITZMAN. ESQS.
t"rneys for Tllo-Serum Labs, Inc.
'ami0nFr,?,rrw^u"dlnK
4/28 B/-5-12-19
NOTICE UNDER
\t.tm ?J'7,0US NAME LAW
v 'I K IS HER BUY GIVEN th.
'-in sr1^.n". desiring to engage In
' \\m .",'r ,h" ""Itlous nnme of
MA*P!CAN CONSTRUCTION
rida I..'. .R 7:!r(1 Street, Miami.
I ih ','"'f ,0 roister said name
^;r'v^'^c,rcultCourt
"-OK AI, DIAGNOSTIC CENTER,
By: ADOKHOjx-HOA. President
- iMi .. SO' K OWNER
.,,';' >;j-.r Medk-al Diag
N
Diagnostic
"""n..,rd Rulldlng
""'. Florida 33130
4'28 5/5-12-19
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. 72-8435
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
The Marriage of
8ANDRA ANN KRAMER. Wife
and
ALAN J. KRAMER. Husband
TO: ALAN J. KRAMER
C/o Alarm Motel
P. O. Box 14
Sprlnglake, New Jersey 077-12
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to it
on David M. Gonshak. attorney for
Potitloner. whose address Is' 1497
Northwest 7th Street. .Miami Flor-
ida 33125. and file the original with
the clerk of the above styled court
on or before June 1, 1972; otherwise
a default will be entered agnlnst you
for the relief demanded in the com-
plaint or petition.
This notice shall be published onoe
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami, Florida on this
25 day of Anril. 1972.
E. B. I-EATHERMAN.
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By C. P. COPELAND
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
David M. Oonshak
1497 Northwest 7th Street
Miami. Florida 33125
Attorney for Petitioner
4/28 5/5-12-19
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-2054
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
BANJAMIN BAUMSHLAG
Deceased.
To AH Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of BENJAMLN BAUM-
SHLAG deceased late of Dade County,
Florida, to the County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same In dupli-
cate and as provided In Section 733.-
16. 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
Eu
e barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 26
day of April. A.D. 1972.
ROSE BAUMSHLAG
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the 28 day of April, 1972.
JOSEPH SCHMIER
Attorney for Estate
605 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida SS139
4/28 5/5-12-19
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
A. STUART REALTY (not inc.) at
7141 S.W. 61st Court, South Miami.
Fla. Intends to register said nnme
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
ALAN S. OLINICK
4/21-28 5/5-1*
Weputalotof
summer into
one camp.
Camp Shalom
NearOcala National Forest
P.O. Box 7243, Miami, Fla. 33155
Phone 271-8377 or 279-0401
THE HILLEL
COMMUNITY DAY SCHOOL
Pioneer in Hebrew Day School Education
for North Dade and South Broward Counties
Announces
THE OPENING OF REGISTRATION
FOR THE 1972-1973 SCHOOL YEAR
Limited Enrol Imenl Available
NURSERY EIGHTH GRADE
fa Intensive Hebrew and General Studies Program
- Warm Individual Attention to Each Child
fc Professionally Certified and Experienced Teachers
fa Attractive Air-Conditioned Classrooms
& Delicious Hot Kosher Lunches & Transportation
For Information Call The Hillel 922-3464
1725 Monroe Street, Hollywood, Fla. 33020
Summer Camp
GULLIVER ACADEMY
22 ACRES-KEW OLYMPIC SIZE POOL.
First 4-Week Session June 12 thru July 7.
Setond 4-Week Session July 10 thru Aug. 4.
12595 Red M., Coral Gables
PHONE: 665-3593
CAMP WAYNE
SUMMER CAMP COOL BLUE RIDGE MTS.
PRESTON PARK, PA.
Boys and Girls Age 6-14
Relaxed Atmosphere Private lake
Individualized Programs Jewish Cuisine
Professional Staff Fee -SI025-8 Worts
Miami Representative: Jules Rowen 661-9635
SOUTH
DADE
HEBREW
ACADEMY
8500 S.W. 8th St.
Elementary School Grades 1-6
Now accepting applications for the fall term. Transportation
available Hot meat lunches included.
Enrollment limited
Call 223-5291 for information
Grandson, Warren Coleman
Ideal mountain climate Experienced mature staff
Complete land and water sports programs Outstanding
facilities Riding stable Water skiing five tennis
courts Sabbath Seruices Resident doctor and nurses
Lake Osceola
Limited Openings
Ages 5-16
June 19-Aug. 14
$750, all inclusive fee
phone 866-3045
P.O. Box 4450
Miami Beach, 33141
r,he sauam
Mountain ILicLlte
KCMCR(ONVrU.I. NMTM OUI
On private 55-acre lake
Member American Camping Association


^age 14-B
*>Jmistrhrkttair
Friday, April 28,
Art. Hobbv Show Scheduled Mav 7-9
IMALNOTK?
Amateur artists and hobbyists ]
.iie invited to participate in the!
Isi72 Art and Hobby Show spon- '.
sored by the Miami Beach Recrea- !
ijon Division. May 7-9 in the!
Oceanfront Auditorium. 10th St. |
and Ocean Dr.
Entry deadline for the 16th an-
nual event is May 5 and blanks
i'rc available by visiting any park. '
There is no entry fee.
Except for collections gathered |
over a |>eriod of time, all work
tf.ibmitted in tlie hobby division
rntst have been created within the
last two years. Jack Woody. Re-
creation Division superintendent,
said.
For artists, all work exhibited
must have been created in the past
two years and no work that has
been entered in a previous Arts
and Hobby Show may be submit-
ted. All paintings must be framed
or matted and ready for hanging.
No more than two pictures per
entrant will be allowed.
The art portion of the show will
be judged with ribbons awarded
in the various divisions. No com-
mercial exhibits or sale of mer-
chandise will Ik> permitted.
Obituaries
COHEN
Alex. 100. of Ml Alado Ave., Coral
iables, pawed away Tuesday, April
is. He came here in 1*40 after re-
< trine; from the Detroit, Miehiiran 1
"ublin Works Department. Member
f Temple Ism-1 Survived by his
vidow. Fioricii-1, daughter .Mrs. Cna !
Kmm, WllmiiiBion. Del Slater Mrs.
Minnie Kutzi n of Detroit, Mich.
Servlcea were held at I'hllbrlok *
Son Coral Gables Punonil Horn.-. s::7
Ponce de F.eon Blvd., with Interment
in Qraceland Memorial.
of North Miami Beach, sisters, I-ii-
ii.. Bllberborg f Surfside and Shel-
ley W.Lilian of North Miami Beach,
paternal ernndmnther Esther Kob
1 iit of UC. N.Y. Bervloes were held
at Levitt Memorial Chapel, IU88 W.
Dixie Hwy. Interment in Lakeside
Memorial Park,
KOBELI1N
Barry, U, of s.'.T XK ISoth St. paused
way Saturday, April 83. A stud, nt
ii North Miami Beach Senior High
School. Survived by parent*. Cunil
and Mrs. Fred Kobelln,, brother Joel
GOLDBERG, Carl II.. M, XI"! 8.W.
7!nd Av... Cordon.
GREENBAUM. Alexander, 77. of
Miami _
KLINGSTEIN. Sarah P 81. 1750 N. K.
191st St. Rlveralde.
WINESTOCK. Asher, M, 8J01 Collins
An1.. M.ll. Newman.
Bashist. Fannie E. 7:l. IW39 W.
Dixie llwy.
BERG. Aaron. 79, 1150 Euolid Ave .
MM. Riverside.
BERLIN. Mary. ?:. 1509 Pennsylvania
Ave., M.i\ Newman.
LUCILLE GROPPER SCOZZA
Deceased May 2, 1967
Beloved Sitter,
Dearest Friend,
My Child,
My Critic,
Until the end.
Five years have passed and yoo are dead.
You left a broken heart.
My tears don't fall en my cheeks anymore,
they full on my heart Instead.
Missing you,
Thelma Lattanzi
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR____.
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO. 72-7386
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
IN RB: THE MARRIAGE OB
JOYCE 8UEMON. wife and
EDWARD JOHN StBMON, III.
'"fol-d EDWARD JOHN SIKMON.
III. whose reatdance is S4J5 Fifth Ave-
nue, IMttsbure. Pennsylvania, la -.
are notified to serve a copy of your
answer to Petition for Dissolution of
Marriage filed asainst you,h.v Peti-
tioner/Wlfes attorney. AUAM g.
BECKER, at 76S" Blscayne Boulevard
Miami, Florida, and file the original
with the Clerk of this Court 00 or
before Ihe 17 day of May. li'.j;. other-
wise a default will be entered against
Dated this 11 day of April. 197:.
K P. l.EATIIERMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court. 11th Judicial Circuit
By: R. M. RIBBEE
Henutv Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal) 4/,4.;1,2g ,,
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-1613
FRANK B. OOVVLING
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Estate of
HARVEY FLEIBCHMAN,
Deceaaed.
To All Creditor* and All Person* Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to preaenl any claims and de-
manilH whloh you may have neninst
tli. .state of HARVEY FI.EISCHMA-N
deceaaed late of Dnde County, Flor-
iila. to Ihe County Judgee of Dnde
County, and Hie the sum.' in duplicate
and as provided hi Section 733.18,
Florida Statute*, in 'heir office* in
the County Courthouse In Pade Coun-
ty, Florida, within six calendar month*
from Ihe time of the first publication
hereof, or Ihe name will be barred
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 10
daj Of April, AD. 1971
// jeanette Flrlsehmnn
Jen no! to Fleisehmun
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the II dav of Anrll. 107'.'
ARGNOVITZ. SILVER & BOOTH
s Max 11 Silver
By: Max 1!. Silver
Attorney for Executrix
ns Ainsley Building
_ 4 14-31 ^ 5 8
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. 72-6846
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
in RE: The Marriage of
MAJtIE B. HKADRICK, Wife
and
: CHARLES B. HEADRICK, Husband
\ TO: Charles S. HeudrlrU
t;;:;.4'i Rue Foret, Apt. IS
Flint, Michigan
YOC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
I thai an action for Dissolution of Mar-
l rlatfe has been filed against you and
i yi.u are required to nerve a ropy of
I jour written defense*, if any. to It
, on ALBERT UTI.KNSK: V. attorney
r..r Petitioner, whose address l
' Concord Building, Miami, Florida
NOTICE UNDER
CICTITIOUS NAME LAW
vrvTMCT IS IIKRBWY GIVEN ha
PALI.-lt'K \u ci intend to
Florida. KWITNKY
RICHARD KUOOP
Kwitniy & KriKip .....
Attorneys tor applicants
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Flu. 4/14.21-g 5/5
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERvicr
(NO PROPERTY)
\N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TmJ
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT |
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-4M5
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
iN RB: THE MARRIACi: OK
PAULA JOANNE TOST. Wife
and
WIIJJ.AM HENRY TORT HI.
Husband
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combined experience serving Jewish families.
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NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
in THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
'eleventh JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-7336
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of
IlKIDE El.l.KS SARKIN. Wtfa
1 A WRENCH SARKIN. Husband
TO: LAWRENCE-RARKIN
lliis Huild.in ROM
svraruse. New lork issue_______
TOUARK HEREBY N'OTTFTHD
that on BCtlOO for Dissolution of Mar-
rinse has been filed usainst you and
v,.u are required io serve n cony of
roar written defenses, if any. to it
,. BITRNETT ROTH, attorney for
Petitioner, whose address la 4 0''-
coin Road. Miami Bench. FJpJ
:;:.]?.'., and file Ihe orlcinal with the
clerk' of the above styled court on .
or before May IT. lilti othenrlae a
default will he entered BgUlnat yU I
for the relief demanded In the ci.m- I
plaint or petition. ,
This notice shall be publlahed once
TO; WILJ.IAM HENRY TOST nt
YOlT ARE HEREBT NOT]
that an action for Piio-rdution of jK
rlaare luia hv.rn- filed ugahiKt ,
you are required to nerve a "com ,
ynur written defmH,is. if any to u \
I1AV1D E. STONi:. attorney for pj
ttOIMr, whose address is l"l \ \\- ,,
Ave., Miami. Florida., and f||p
orieliial with the clerk rf (tte
st\'ted court on or before j|av"
1!>T2: othenvlFc a default wili'i,, ,
tercd airainst you for ihe relief i
manded In the comnlaint <.r p,(|
This notice Khali he imblishul
each week for four conRecutlvg n
In THE JEWISH ''mnr.r i\-
WITNESS my hand and the ttt
said court at Miami, Florida on
11 day of Anril. 1>7:.
E. R LRATIIKKMAN.
As Clark, Circuit rnurt
I> wi,> foitntv. Fir rlda
By: R. M. KISSEE
As Deputy Plerk
(r-lnuit Court deal)
STONE & ROSTCH1N
101 N.W. 12th Ave.
Miami. Fla. B1M
Attorney fur Petitioner
4 14-Jl.MI
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
T^ && ;^;:i-ve"\veek: i JSJSI2!^
WITNESS my hand and the seal of I
said conn at Miami, Florida on this
in day of Anril. 11*73.
R. B IKATIU'-RMAN.
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dnde County, Florida
By: I. BNEEDEN
As Deputy Clerk
, (Circuit Court Seal)
m-RNBTT ROTH
4^i i.incoiii Uoad
Miami Uearh, Florida 3.11X9
Altono s lor Rot it loner
4 14-21-28 .'
, >-,.- ,...,,.-..-....-. .... i ,
Toledo Street. Coral Dnbtea, Plot
intends to recister said MUM
the Clerk of the Clrcul' i'liurt
Pade COUntr. Ktoeltla
JAMES R. 1 AYPKX
HOWARD R. HTRRCH
Attorney for Uayden Inv.lni.-i.t rnl
4 14-31-SI
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: MARRlAOE <>F
MARSHALL OROVE8, Husband
ERMAUROVBS, Wife
TO: EHMA URoVIvS
Kesidetice l.'nknown
YOU, BRMA OROVES, are hereby
notified that a Petition for LHeeolu-
tion of MarriaRe has been filed u^ai'nst
you, anil you are required to serve a
I copy ol your Answer or Pleading to
said Petition for Oissolution of Mar-
rlftlEe on the Husband's Atlornev, Ron-
ald L I Li vis, Bag., P.A., 4i; lllncayne
RuildltiK, I* W. Flakier Street, Miami.
Florida S3130, Phone: 179-tSSl, and
file tio- original Answer or Pleading in
I4ie nfflce of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court ..ii or before the IS day ol .May,
., and M'72, and tl you tail to dii so. iu-'.L
fib- the i.rlKlnal with the clerk of the menl l>> default will he taken agalnKl
above sivl.-d court on or before Mi > : >"" for tl
12, IMS; otherwise a default will bo I Petition f
entered attains! yon f,.r ih,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERKIIY fllVEX
the undersigned, desiiiiiu- to :wjn|
business under the ftctltlooi
nrsv BEE orpi.iCATiNi. skpai
at Congress Huildlnir. Miami,
ida Intends to register raM
with the Clerk of th. Clroilt
of Dade County. Florida.
ROMA1.E I-ANI' POBP
4/11-:!:
relief di mniided in the
DisKolutlon of Mai
N THE COUNTY JUDGES
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
FRANK B. DOWLINO
In PF- I
EDITH P. DOMOSII
Deceased
To All Creditors and All Pi
inir Claims or Demands Against
Retail
You are hereby notified
quired to nrenenl any claims
mands which you may hav
the .state of EDITH P. L
,1.....i-e.t late nt Dnde I I
to the County judges of I
and file the sumo In duo
....!;.i...I in ftectloi! n
Statutes, in their offli In the ra
At Clerk, I'iniin i ..in i
11 i le Count.'. Florida
By: It. M KISSEE
As Deputy Clerk
fC -nil Cout! s. .,1 i
AI.HERT Wll i:\SKV
IH.I I ..... ..r .1 Illdg.
Miami. Florida
Attorney for Petitioner
I 7-1
GELB
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Open'tve/T Dof Cloierf Srrbbath
40 SW 57th Ave. MO 1-8583
-Miomi'i .Only Strictly' Jewish
Monument Dealer
n'i

IJj K M KISSEE
Deuuty Clerk
ir : S.-.ili
4 14-
Palmers
Miami Monument Company
3279 S.W. 8th Street, Miami
4440921 444-0922
Open Sunday thru Friday
Personaliied Memorials Custom
Crafted 'n Our Own Workshop.

Member:
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Director* Anso.
J.P.D.A.
666-2353
no s..,-i, finl ilt^
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HARRY GORDON 1964
IKE GORDON
JAMES B. GORDON
C/on/oM jfuneral ome
Your Jewish Funeral Home
CALL 373-5533
\^ i
Fit i ptlbHi n'
the I dav of Anril, .
- \ i-1 :|-i' vi'Mi'l R( v-KIN' IMl
HEIi.RRONNER, P A
\'ioiii,.\-s for Executor
ion \,..'i- I' .,
Miami. Florida
l 'i
IN THE CIRCUIT COLRT OF T
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCLM
DADE. FLORIDA
CASE NO 72-7081
NOTICE TO DEFEND
IN RE THE MARKIAl IK i '1
IFEI.IA II PEREZ, ^ '
Petit loner, AN'I I,
FRANCISCO X. PEK
Husband, Raspondeiit.
VOU, Francisco X ffrex. '"
Cuba Btreet, Rancho Ooyt-n"'.
bi na. Cuba, an- required to it"
Answer to the Petition i
Dissolution, with the *'>* ,
Court, and MM". a cop) di'1'"'.1
.1. C. l-AITSSEl* n:..... rj."
Street, Miami. Plorldn '''
wlfe-s lawyer, not Inlet jnan
1972, otherwise DEKAFI.l will '"
tei.-il oiriiin.-i you.
Dated: Anril i, 1972 .
E M Leathi rm-n
By: n M KISSI i:
Deputy Clerk. Circull l on
(Circuit Court Seali jj
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE S C0U
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. TLORIOA
No. IX RE: B8TATE OF
KI'VII. F< 'HUES.
1 l.-.eas, d _-1
CITATION (Pul>lica,l(inl
THE STATE OF FLORIDA M
To all persons claiming s
fUlal Intern si in Ihe h*iaie (
Forbes, and all other i"'1""1
"v'ou'ate hereby notified 'ha' >
ion oas l< I "' u^jrtl
iiiR for A Determination "I "' ,
you nr.- I r- bj required to
written defenses Mieret;. rr
lavs after the firs, publication J
Ini hereof, and s.-iv a ."i. ^
upon petitioner's attonn oj
name and address are _
tlonshak, Esq., US N ,' '
Miami. Florida If you fall (
ludirment mav be entereo
I'oiirse nonii the petition. j.
WITNESS my hand ami "
..I said Court at Miami. '*%
Florida l'-1- ttav of n'"J;'
FRANK B DOWUN0
County .iu <-. .1. SKAI. 41|,,,


L, April 28. 1972
rJm'stincrkfor?
Page 15-B
IfGAl NOTiCI
|THe"cOUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
THE *< AND FOB
nDE COUNTY, FLORIDA
DA IN PROBATE
NO. 72-1849
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
l.,; Estate pf
*^fS5dltort and All Persons Hay-
^WSTor Demand. Against Bata
hereby hbtlfted' nnrt ja-
il.,. COUnt) JUilgcs -'"' "" '
I Ml.- the same In duplicate and us
I, rt i Section 733.16. Florida
I,.,,. ,,, ih.ir offices In the C'oun-
I,''urtrmuse in Dade County. Flor-
I within six calendar months from
Tiinn- (>f the Irat publication herc-
or ihc same "111 be barred.
Lied ii Miami, Florida, this 1-th
[of \pril, A D. IWi
r6sE HOCHSTIM
As Executrix
l,r-t publication cf thin notice on
| day of April Un.
IroLD SHAPIRO
I.,-li.-v fol Estate
I I,,.,,,In Rd., Miami Beach. Fl.
| 1 14-21-28 a/a
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
iTH'K 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
[undersigned, desiring to engage in
new under the fictitious name of
I) !-V Ai'ATH i.N'S at 924 Hlsooyno
if.v.ii'l. Miami, Florida Intend! to
said name with the Clerk of
Circuit Court of Daae County,
JKTWAYS. IXC
v, Mac Mermell. Viee-PreelUent
[ uhli.MKI.L
l,t- L.-\ for Jetwaya, Inc.
I S W. Third A\enue
n, Florida 331M
tn-u-n-n
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
i.TH'K IS HEREBY GIVEN that
erslgned, desiring to engage in
|';r liSKT EXECUTIVE CENTER at
jSunsel Drive. Miami, Florida in-
I- to register said nnme with the
Ik of ili- ClrcUll Court of Dade
litv. Florida.
VIA AN N, IIOI.TZMAX. Trustee
Sole Owner
4/14-21-28 :./.-;
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
'ICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Undersigned, desiring to engage in
ss utiiIit the fictitious name of
tKRAl. DIESEL COMPANY (not
at 29:1" N.W. North River Drive,
tin. Fla. Intends to register said
with the clerk of the Circuit
h of Dade County, Florida.
illAUI.ES HIEPEL
V14-21-2S I/S
LEGAL NOTICE
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
WILI-IAM M. BOSSINC.ER,
' Husband,
and
MICHELLEG. ROSSINCIER,
Wife.
YOU MICHELLE <7. BOSSINOER,
IMS Sheridan Avenue, Whiting, Indiana
ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to file
your written defense to this divorce
With the Court's t'lerk and serve u
copy upon Plaintiffs Attorneys, VON
ZAMFT & SMITH. 1512 Capital Bank
Hldg Miami. Florida on or before
the 10 day of May. 1*72, else the Com-
plain! will be taken as confessed.
DATED: April 3. 1972.
E. B. LBATHERMAN, CLERK
BY: R. M. KISSEL
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
1 7-14-21-28
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOIrCt
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-1340
FRANK B. DOWLINO
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
ell RE: Estate of
ANNIE C. MINOR
Deceaaed.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of ANNIE (.'. MINOR de-
ceased late of nade County, Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade Count v.
and file the same In duplicate and as
provided in Section 733.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or ihe same will be harred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 3 day
of April, A.D. 1972.
CLINTON JONES
A.S \illnn:i- I .. I r
First publication of this notice on
the 14 day of April, 11172.
DAVID at. 0ON8HAK, ESQ.
Attorney for Estate of Annie C. Minor
141.7 N.W. 7th Street
Miami, Florida 33123
4/14-21-28 5/5
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. FHANKEL
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate.: .....
fou are hereby notified and" re-'
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of rose If, FRANKKL
deceased late of Bade County, Flor-
ida, to the County Judges of Daile
County, and file the sain.- in dupli-
cate and as provided in Section 7:13.111.
Florida Statutes, in their offices In !
the county Courthouse in Dade Coun-I
l>, Florida, within six calendar months
from the lime of Ihe first publication
hereof, or the same will be barred,
Dated al Miami, Florida, this I]
day of April, A.D. ll>72.
HENRY FHANKEL
As Administrator
Hist publication of this notice on
the 21 day of April. 1072.
.BAXTER & FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Administrator of Estate
of ROSE M. FHANKEL
is::. N E. l$3rd Street
N.M.B., Florida
4/21-M B/5-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
NORTHWEST SHELL SERVICE
STATION at 8(01 N.W. 7th Avenue,
Miami. Florida intends to register said
name with the clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
ARDIYOS CORP.
a Florida corporation
MARKI'S, WINTER & SPITALB
Attorneys at Law
2251 S.W. 22nd Street
Miami, Florida 33145
4/21-28 S/B-ll
NOTICE OF ACtlvra
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
4E CIRCUIT COURT OF THK
-EVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-7577
[ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
ftE: MAKUIAtJE OF
ARAEL DIAZ,
Husband
and
HILDA PEREZ DIAZ,
Wife
TO: HILDA PEREZ DIAZ
8 Roses Street
Freeport, Long Island
New York
"I ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
an action for Dissoluslon of Mar-
li.is been filed against you and
.are required to serve a copy of
p written defenses, if any, to It
|JM h. .1 WEISS, ESQ., attorney
I I'tllloinr, whose address Is R44
1 1st Street, Miami, Florida, 33130
ll. >. and file the original witi.
L 7* "' 'he above styled court on
Lit m'Y *8, ,n7-: o'berwise a
I'"1 *'ll be entered against vou
I i' relief demanded in the com-
l"t or petition.
[ii* notice shall he published once
tin.-'',,-,''', ,'.'ur """nsecutive weeks
TKfciSw,8H PLORIDIAN.
L.i ",y l"""1 al>d the seal
told court al .Miami, Florida on
I oa> of April, 1972
E II LEATHERMAN.
A* i l.-rk. Circuit Court
Dad* Cunly. Florida
By: C P. I'lii'KLVXD
Lou As I)0,'uty Clerk
I un "Utt Seal)
FK. WBIS8. ESQ.
"" l-i Street
mi. Florida 33130
"> for Petitioner
4/21-28 5/5-12
rr,wJACE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
Jthb i-NP PROPERTY)
I osI Si !.. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
1 n.Ro2A' ,N AN POR
I Civil ADI CUNTY.
ACTIOMA2IL0!! NO- 72'7520
ACTION ROR DISSOLUTION
IIP ti.,F MARRIAGE
f^"BLBA8SAa,60F
lutioner us*8*
1 .uiii
fH C. LEASE,
!,i'.T" C. I.RAHB
L,nIMde|phiHi ja
I :,n ',;, '"'HEBY NOTIFIED
ia ,nf,;r. i'',8,,lu,",n > *
vrhtan *i s<'"',! a rui>y ot
h whose oM- a,tmey for Petl-
I1"-. MWn'l iVNK.i8 ,01 N'W- 12t"
I" four, '^ cler,k "t the above
I others "n T,be,orft May 10,
V arahcViMJ d;fH will be en^
Fl,'l i tl..5 U fo.r the rp|lpf de--
Iis niVe"VS1,,l,ta,n, or petition.
I week for fSl'i ho P"""hel once
Jt.ness'8" ^'^RiniAN.
fdd court T, 'Vt.d ,and ,h<> f',
FfyS&fis? FloHda -
As I-] L'.KATHBRMAN.
Had r Ci.r,ul, rnuri
Hi ".u.n,y' ""rlda
As n M K'^sbf:
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
HENHY ROSENBLDM
Decaaaad.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Batata:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of HKNItY ROSENHLCM
deceased late of Dade County, Flor-
ida, to the Coupty Judges of Dade
County, and file the same In duplicate
and as provided In Section 722.16,
Florida Statutes, In their offices In
the County Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty, Florida. within six calendar
months from the time of the f.rst
publication hereof, or the same will
be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 27th
day of .March. A.D. 1S72.
MAltY KOSENBM'M
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
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 72-1786
IN PROBATE
JOHN R. BLANTON
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
.MAN 7.IHINSKY
1 leceasiMi.
To All Cn ditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
Ulfl estate of MAN Z1R1NSKY de-
ceased late of Dad.. Cuuntv Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same in duplicate and as
provided in Section 733. Hi. Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County, Flor-
. Ida, within six calendar months from
toe time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will be barred.
Dated nt Miami. Florida, this 10
day of April. A.D. 1!'72.
DONAI.D ZCRIN
a/k/a IKiNAIJ) ZERN
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
the 14 day of April. 1*72.
MYERS. KAPLAN. PORTER,
LEVINSON & RENIN
E. Hruce Alexander
Attorney for Executor
. 1150 8.W. 1st Street, Miami. Fla.
4/14-21-28 5/5
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-1228
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
SADYE R. 1I1X KER
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of SADYE R. BECKER
deceased late 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.li:,
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, or the same will be barred.
Dated al Miami, Florida, this L'Jnd
day of .March, A.D. 1H72
STANLEY R. IIECKER
ANNETTE REDEK
As Executors
First publication of this notice on
the 7 day of April, 11172.
BAXTER & FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Estate of SADYE R.
IIF.CKF.lt
IS7:. N.E. 163rd Street
4/7-14-21-28
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-1907
ARTHUR W PRIMM
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I In RE: Estate of
CHARLES LL'DWIG
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
i the estate of CHARLES I.I'DWIO,
; deci'ased late of Dade County, Florida.
to the County Judges of Dade County,
and file the snme In duplicate and as
i provided in Section 733.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices In the Coun-
ty Courthouse In Dade County. Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will be barred.
Dateil at Miami. Florida, this 14
day of April, A.D. 1072.
ANNA Ll'DWlfJ
SIM FOX D. SPEAR
As Executors
First publication of this notice on
the 21 day of April, 1972.
SIMON, HAYS A QRUNDWERU
Ity: MOSES .1 ORUNDWERQ
Attorney for Executors
S08 Ainsley Ituilding
Miami. Florida 33132
4/21-M r., r.-12
i. .WiVv^
pfoi-IVtitioner
4/14-21-2f/5
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES 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
SAM SCHWARTZ.
Deceased.
NOTICE Is hereby given that we
have filed our Final Report and Petl- .
tlon for Distribution and Final Dis-
charge as Executors of the estate of
SAM SCHWARTZ, deceased: and that
on the fith day of May. 1H72 will i
apply to the 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 day of January,
1972.
MERCANTILE NATIONAL RANK
OF MIAMI REACH
Ilv: ROP.EKT H. SALTMAN
8ADIE SCHWARTZ
SPARHER, ZEME1- ROSKIN AND
HE1IJ1RONNER P.A.
Attorney
100 N. ltlscayne Rlvd.
Miami. Florida. 33132
4/7-14-21-28
NOVICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKIIKItY O-rVBN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
L S. KNItJHT. LTD. at 1801 Bay
Road, Miami Beach, Florida Intends
to reaistar aid name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv,
Florida.
DATED: March 14. 1972.
Barbara Dubbin, President
Import Center. Inc.
1M1 Bay Road
Miami Beach, Florida
l-awrem* C. Porter
Myers, Kaplan. Porter Levrnson &
Koilin
Attorneys for Import Center. Inc.
Suite 304, 1150 S.W. First Street
Miami. Florida 33130
371-9041
4/28 5/5-12-19
NOTICE UNDER
PICTITIOU8 NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious names of
JONETTE SALES anil JONETTE EN-
TERl'UISl'.s at 1476.1 N.W. 22nd
Court, Opo. I-ocka. Florida 12644 In-
tends to register said names with the '
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Flotilla.
BAIUIKN COUP, a Florida
corporation
By: SIDNEY GERBER
President
HARRY ZCKKRNICK
Attorney for Applicant
4/28 5/5-12-19
420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Flu.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-944 (Dowlina)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Estate of
FANNETTE B. R1FKIN
1 lec-ased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Again*! Saul
Estate:
You ar<< hMe1w"nottfirtd' -frnd" re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of FANNETTE B. RIFKIN
deceased late of Hade County. Flotilla.
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-
ty Courthouse in Dade County. Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 19
day of April. A.D. 1972.
MORTON RIFKIN
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
the 2 day of April, 1972.
JACK .1 TAFFBR
Attorney t'>r Executor
1700 N.W. 7 Street
4/28 r. 5-12-19
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. 72-7989
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAtiE OF
PETRONA MBNBNDBZ. Wife
and
FEDERICO MENENDEZ. Husband
TO: FEDERICO MENENDEZ
461 Ft. Washington
New York, NY.
TOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any, to It
on OUILLERMO SOSTCHIN, attor-
ney for Petitioner, whose address is
Ml N.W. 12th Avenue. Miami. Fla.
::ilL'v. and file the original with the
clerk of (he above styled court on or
before May 26, 1972! otherwise a de-
fault will be entered against you lor
the relief demanded in the complaint
or petition.
This notice shall he published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami, Florida on this
Im day of April. 1972.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By N. A. HEWETT
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
STONE & SOSTCHIN
11 N.W. 12 Avenue
Miami, Florida 33128
Attorney for Petitioner
4/21-28 r. -.-12
LEGAL NOTICE
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. 72-8069
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of
KHFiJU. KATPLAN,
Petitioner
and
ANNABELLA V. KAPLAN,
Respondent.
TO: ANNABELLA V. KAPI-AN
150 West 78th Street
New York, New York
YOU' ARE HERESY NOTIFIED
i that an action for Dissolution of Mat
| riage has been filed against you ai i
you ate required to serve a copy ol
your written defenses, if any, to it
on OEOROE SAMI'AS, attorney f-
Petltioner. whose address is 420 Lie.
coin Road, I loom .'ii .Miami Bead
Florida 83139, and file the origin, !
with the clerk of the above style .
court on or before May 24, 1972: olhc -
wise a default will be entered again -.-.
VQU for the relief demanded in the
complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weci
In THE JEWISH FI.OR1DIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal f
said court at .Miami, Florida on Hi .-
19 day of April, 1972.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By L. BNEEDBN
As Deputy Clerk
(< 'IrCUll C'Uit Seal)
GEORGE SAMPAS, ESQ.
42" Uncoln Road. Itooom 211
Miami Reach, Florida SS139
Attorney For Petitioner
4/21-28 .. B-12
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN (hat
the undersigned, desiring to ,-nga>;,
business under Ihe fictitious name "C
ARLEN WINDOW CLEANING coy -
I'.W'Y al 1" Kings Point Drive. North
Miami Beach, Fla. intends to regi-.
ter said name with the Clerk of tl -
Circuit Court of Dade Countv. Fl.. .
ida.
ERROL I. ROTHSCHILD
Kwitney ti Kroop
A-ttonii ys for applicant
I 420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Fla.
4 IM-2* :. I-1J
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. 72-8445
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
IN RE: MARRIAUEOF:
OF MARRIAGE
GARRETT BRILL
and
MARSHA F. BRILL.
TO: MARSHA F. BRILL
20M Wlndover Street
Plttsburg. Pennsylvania
YOIT ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy id'
your written defenses, if any, to It
on MAX P. BNOEL, attorney for
Petitioner, whose address is 1400 N.W.
lath Avenue, Suite 17-C. Miami, Flor-
ida, and file the original with the
clerk of the above Styled court on
or before June 1. 1972; otherwise a
default will be entered against you
for the relief demanded in the com-
plaint or petition.
Tins 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 tins
25 day of April, 1972.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
As ClerU. Circuit Court
I lade County. Florida
By c. P. COPBLAND
As Deputv Clark
tCircuit Court Seal!
MAN P. ENGEL
14"" N.W. Iftth Avenue. Suite IT c,
.Miami, Florida
Attorney lor Petitioner
4 28 5 5-12-19
N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR"
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-1881 |
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
, FANNY WANG,
Deceased
I To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
! ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Batata:
You are hereby notified and r*.
! quired to present any claims and de-
i mnnds which you may have against
: the aatate of FANNY WANG de.
cased late of Dade County, Florid .
; to the County Judges of Dade Count\
and file Ihe same in duplicate and us
provided in Section 7.1:1.1 >. Florld.i
Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County. Flot-
; Ida. within six calendar months from
the time of the first publication her
Of, or the same will be barred.
Hated at Miami. Florida, this U
day of April. A.D. 1972.
MIRIAM WOLK
_, As Executrix
Firs' publication of this notice on
the 21 day of April. 1972.
RICHARD I. KROOP
RICHARD I. KROOP. KWITNEY &
, KROOP
Attorney for Executrix
420 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. Flsj.
4/21-28 575-15
notice UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME .LAW
I NOTICE IS HEREBY' CHEN thill
j the undersigned, desiring to engage in
I business under the fictitious nnme ol
CORTINA TRANSFER at 1219 W
i Flaglet Slreet, Miami. Fla. Intends
register said name with the Clerk of
'be Circuit Court of Hade Countv,
Florida
FORTPNATO s CORTINA
4/2H .-.,-.-12.p
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
72-8080
SUIT FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF:
ROBERT HARHOl'K. Husband.
and
EVELYN K BARBOl'R. Wife,
TO: EVELYN K. BARBOl'R
R01 Winding Way
Lake Jackson. Texas
You, Evelyn K. Barbour. are here-
by notified that a Petition for dis-
solution of Marriage has been filed
against you. and you ate required to
serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Petition on the Peti-
tioners attorney. Sanford JL Kramer,
1150 N.W. 14th Street. Suite 600.
Miami, Florida and file the original
Answer or' Pleading In the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court an or
before the 2 day of June. 1972. If you
fall to do so, judgment by default will
he taken against you for the relief
demanded in the Petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weaka
in THE JEWISH FIXHHDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida. Ihis 19 day of April A.D. 1972.
B. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade Countv. Florida
By: R. M. KISREE
Denufy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
SANFORD II. KRAMER
Attorney for Robert Barbour
11H0 N.W. 14th Street. Suite linn
Miami, Florida 181 SI C.77-4f>4)
4 21 .i .12-19
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE I
No. 72-1959
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
111 RE: Estate of
DAVID WEINKAITCH
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Saiii
Estate:
Vou are hereby notified and r--
iiuired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of DAVID WEINRAFCH
deceased late ,.f l>nde Countv. Flor-
deceased late of Dade Countv.
Florida, to Ihe County Judges of
Dade County, and file the Bane In
duplicate and as provided in Section
7.13.10. Florida Statutes, in their of-
fices in tiu. County Courthouse in
Dade County. Florida, within six cal-
endar months from the time of the
first publication hereof, or the sam-
will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 21)
day of April. A.D. 1972.
BETTY WEINRAFCH
As Executrix
First publication of this notice or
the 28 day of April, 1972.
JOSEPH SCIIMIER
At torn. \ tor Executrix
MM Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. Fla
4/28 S/6-U-1I
NOTICE UNDER ^^^^
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name or
LUCKY DICK STABLES nt 1270"-
N.W. 2nd Street, Dade County, Flor-
ida intend to register said name wit it
the Clerk of the Circuit Court "C
Dade County, Florida.
Robert J. Nerney B Dorine Nernev 50'. Owner
DAN SATIN
Attorney for applicant
2!i West Flagl.r Street
Suite 1137
Miami. Florida 31110
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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Full Text
Greater Miami Marks 'Solidarity Day'
Jacob Barmore, Israel's min
wer to the United Nations, will
L in Miami Sunday to parrtci-
" .,, i the Solidarity Day for
Soviet Jewry, it has been
announced.
Solidarity Day observations
iH include a motorcade of
county slate and national ofuce
holders religious and lay leaders
leaving at 2 p.m. from Miami
Beach Mayor Chuck Hall's of-
ficP at '.TOO Washington Ave.,
Miami Beach.
The motorcade will proceed
along Ocean Drive to the White
House Hotel and continue along
Collins Ave. to Sunny Isles Blvd.
The cars will turn west there,
then move south along U.S. 1 to
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration building, 4200 Biscaync
Blvd. for a 4 p.m. press recep-
tion.
The activities sponsored by
the Soviet Jewry Committee of
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration are intended to drama-
tize county-wide public support
of freedom of religion.
One million signatures, the re-
sult of a notionwide petition
drive (with 100.000 signatures
coming from the Greater Miami
area i will be presented to Presi-
dent Nixon April 30. The peti-
tions ask for religious freedom
and the right to emigrate for
those Soviet citizens whose cul-
tural identity is threatened.
A drive is on to flood the
White House with letters and
telegrams expressing similar
sentiments, to give President
Nixon a mandate to press for an
end to repression of the 3^ mil-
lion Jews in the U.S.S.R.
Ambassador Barmore, who
came to Israel 38 years ago from
Poland, studied at the Hebrew
University in Jerusalem and
fought with the Haganah. When
the State of Israel was estab-
lished, he became secretary
general of the Ministry of Food
and Supply and later joined the
Ministry for Foreign Affairs.
The ambassador served in the
Israeli Embassies of Poland,
Cyprus and Argentina and in
1963 was appointed consul gen-
eral of Israel in Chicago and the
Midwest, where he stayed until
1966. Upon his return to Israel,
he became deputy minister of
the Latin Department of the
Ministry of Foreign Affairs. He
was appointed! Israel minister
to the UN. delegation in New-
York in 1969.
~eJewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 45 Number 17
Miami, Florida Friday, April 28. 1972
Two Sections Price 20 c
90% Of Soviet Immigrants
Have Found Housing, Jobs
TKI. AVIV (JTA1 More
than H of Jewish immigrants
from ill' Soviet Union who ar-
rlved in Israel last year have
found housing and jobs, accord-
ing to Louis A. Fincus, chair-
man in 'he World Zionist Orga-
nization Executive.
Aai!'es~ing the presidium of
the Zionist Actions Committee
here. Mi Pincus said the fore-
cast i: 70.COO immigrants in
1972 seemed realistic on the
basis ol !) number who have
arrived during the first three
months of the year. He said
aboii! ha7. of the newcomers
would be from western coun-
tries
Hr warned, however, than an
anti-immigration backlash that
ha> di-\eloped in the country has
had i..id affect on Immigra-
tion generally and on Savlet
Immigrant* In particular. So-
viet Jewe are not indifferent to
what goes on in Israel, Pincus
Raid, referring to resentment
among the settled population
over certain privileges accorded
new immigrants.
Despite these developments,
brael continues to be the pre-
fen.ii .iisiination of most Jews
grantui exit from Russia. Only
130 Soviet Jews have gone di-
rectly to the United States, it
was learned here, and only about
40 who reached Vienna enroute
to Israel changed their minds
and went to the United States
instead.
A few Jewish emigre families
from the I.S.S.R. have grime to
Canada or Australia from Vi-
enna. Only one family that
reached Israel left subsequently
for the United States and that
was over a year ago.
The first Jewish family from
Soviet Georgia to pull out of
Israel after living here a while,
departed a few days ago, it was
learned. The couple said life
here was too hard, but friends
of theirs claimed they were
chronic complainers.
Support For Embassy
Move Being Sought
WASHINGTON. D.C.
American Jewish leaders are try-
ing to get the support of both
major parties for a proposal to
move the U.S. Embassy in Is-
rael from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.
Such a move would be tanta-
mount to United States recogni-
tion of Jerusalem as Israel's
capital, a status the United
States has refused to acknowl-
edge since the stale was formed
in 1948.
The Democratic Platform
Committee, headed by Prof.
Richard F.. Neustadt of Harvard,
Israel Bonds Reaches
The Half-Way Mark
The State of Israel Bonds reached the half-way mark of its
1972 commitment to Prime Minister Golda Meir with the sale
of $10 million in Israel Bonds at the celebration of Israel's 24th
>eii of statehood kick-off event for this year's campaign,
Sunday evening.
Herman L. Shaw, honoree for the Israel Independence Day
Dinner became the first 1972 million dollar buyer at this his-
toric event. Then, as the $900,000 figure was reached at the
dinner, he pledged an additional $24,000 in Israel Bonds.
Mr. Shaw was awarded the State of Israel Prime Minister's
Medallion for unprecedented service to the State of Israel by
Ambassador Yosef Tckoah, Israel's permanent representative to
the United Nations.
South Florida builder, Murray Friedman, delegate to the
1972 Jerusalem Conference, announced his personal commitment
| to sell S200.000 in Israel Bonds. He purchased $75,000 himself
and arranged the sale of $108,000 more.
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will start hammering out its
planks for the 1972 presidential
elections here on June 22. after
receiving recommendations from
eight regional hearings. The
Democratic nominating conven-
tion opens in Miami Beach, Fla.
on July 10.
The Republican Platform
Committee, headed by Rep. John
J. Rhodes of Arizona, was sched-
uled to meet Aug. 14 in San
Diego, a week before the con-
vention opening on Aug. 21. It
is possible, that the Republican
Convention will be shifted to
Miami Beach.
The Jewish leadership hopes
to get both parties to include
planks calling on the President
to order the transfer of the Em-
bassy. The shift of pressure from
the State Department to the
two political parties is said to be
the result of the State Depart-
ment's continued refusal, pub-
licly and privately, to consider
the latest proposal for an Em-
bassy shift.
Commodore Jet Is
Sold For $950,000
BONN (JTA) Israel has
sold its first nationally produced
aircraft, the Commodore jet, to
the United States for about
$950,000, Al Schwimmer, man-
aging director of Israel Aircraft
Industries, which manufacturers
the executive plane and the Ar-
ava transport, has disclosed.
Both aircraft are on display
at the International Air Show
which opened Friday in Han-
over. Schwimmer made the sales
disclosure in an interview with
Continued On Page 9-A
Austrian Foreign Minister Visits Israel
JERUSALEM (JTA)Dr. Rudolph Kirchsehlaeger, Foreign
Minister oi Austria, this week made the first official visit of an
Austrian foreign minister to Israel. No Israeli Foreign Minister has
yet visited Austria but am invitation to return Dr. Kirchschlaeger's
visit is expected to be 'extended on this occasion. Israel has <;ood
relations with Austria. Vienna is the main way station for Soviet
and other East European Jews bound for Israel. Officials here say
Austrian assistance in this area is generous beyound what anyone
would expect, even from a frient'ily nation. Austrian officials pro-
vide temporary housing for Jewish immigrants in transit and help
Israeli officials in speeding up the paperwork required in the pre-
absorption process.
Goldmann Denies Winocour Allegations
LONDON (JTA)Dr. Nahum Goldmann, president of the World
Jewish Congress, said today that he was compelled to correct
"inaccurate assertions" about the WJC by Jack Winocour, who re-
signed last week as director of its information department in Lon-
don. Winocour attributed his resignation to the alleged usurpation
of the WJC's independence by the Israel government. Dr. Gold-
mann said, "In my long years as president of the WJC, I have never
witnessed any attempt on the part of the Israeli authorities to en-
force an attitude on the WJC leadership."
David Markish Begins Hunger Strike
TEL AVIV (JTA)David Markish, son of the late poet
Perctz Markish, victim of the Stalin purge of Jewish intellectuals in
1952. has started a hunger strike in his Moscow homo to protest the
continued refusal of Soviet authorities to grant him and his mother
exit visas to go to Israel. His wife. Mrs. Irina Markish, left Israel
for the United States Sunday to rally support on behalf of her hus-
band and mother-in-law, Mrs. Esther Markish.
$1.2 Allocated To Aid Inner Gty Jews
NEW YORK (WNSI In an unprecedented action, the Fed-
eration of Jewish Philanthropies of New York allocated $1.2 million
from its Emergency Fund to expand its existing programs for Jewish
poor and innovate others on an experimental basis. The action fol-
lowed a year-long study of problems of the urban Jewish poor. The
program will be supplemented with an annual $630,000 outlay from
Federation's regular maintenance budget until fiscal year 1976-77
when the ongoing cost of the program will be absorbed into the
regular Federation budget for services.
House Approves Bill by Vote of 359-2
WASHINGTON tWNS) By a vote of 359-2, the House of
Representatives approved a bill urging the President and State De-
partment to make the plight of Soviet Jewry a priority issue in the
U.N. and to take "immediate and determined steps to help Soviet
Jews achieve freedom of expression, religion and emigration. A
similar bill is awaiting action in the Senate.
Dutch Program Anti-Israel Propaganda
AMSTERDAM (JTA)Dutch television broadcast last night
a 30-minute children's program on "The History of the Jewish People
and the State of Israel." The program, under the auspices of the
Dutch Protestant Church, inclined strongly toward anti-Israel
propaganda attempting to prove that Jews, expelled from numerous
countries, had established their state by killing or expelling 100.000
Arabs, destroying their homes and forcing them in live in refugee
camps.


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Kneseth Israel To Honor
Finejrolcls To B*
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Rabbi David Lehrfield Recipients May t
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Mate) a hx- dedicated serv-
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The rabbi is a boar; merourr of
the Hefcre-A Acaoerry and the
a o.' Greater Miami a for-
mer president of the Z.O-A of
r Miami, and the current
. Orthodox P-
ca: CvunciL
Al Banters of K >" I-ra-
Congregation are invited to attend .
th- Israel Bonds Dinner of State
in Rabbi Lehrfield's honor.
Rabbi Max Lipschitz To Be
Guest At Planning Session
li- Max Lip--ch',ti ~pinttial
of Beth Torah Con- _
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function for the Women's Ameri-
can ORT c-xt-cutive board nv
ship Frvay. May 5 at 10 ft.ro. in
the Forlainebleau !!
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The "Coffee n.Sweets' anH be
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MOrgan, Stephen MUSS, Charles
-Rosenberg; Hone Builders: Jack
Gaines. chairman, David B. Flee-
man and Neil Schiff, cochairmen;
Apartment House Builders: Bur-
ton V. Goldberg, chairman. Shel-
don Kay. coehairman.
Commercial Industrial Builders:
Tibor Hollo, chairman: High Rise
Division: Lawrence Aberman, Mor-
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cochairmen; General Contractors:
Eugene Marks, chairman: Builders
Trades Division: Herbert Bern-
stein, Sam Bl(xm, Milton L. Klein.
Marvin Langner and Robert J. Pii-
tikin, cochairmen.
Architects and Engineers: Don-
ald .1. Reiff. chairman; Realtors:
Sol Megdell, chairman; Real Es-
tate Brokers: Fredric H. Warren,
chairman; Banking: M or I gge
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Savings and Loan. David Stu/in
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Volume 45
14 IYAR 5732
Number 17
Jews Of Silence1 No Longer
A number of years ago, "The Jews of Silence" was
written by Elie Wiesel to focus attention on the millions
of Jews living in the Soviet Union. But silence no longer is
the way of either Russian or American Jewry which, this
Sunday, observes Solidarity Day for Freedom of Soviet
Jewry to bring to a climax the most recent campaign on
behali of our brothers.
In a concerted effort that has enlisted every segment,
organization and institution of American Jewry, some one
million signatures have been collected on petitions calling
upon President Nixon to speak on behalf of the Soviet
Jews when he goes to Russia next month. Telegrams,
letters and other means of communicating with the White
House have let our government leaders know that support
for the Jews of Russia is great.
Solidarity Day demonstrations will take many forms
throughout the country. In Dade County, representatives
of Jewish organizations, national, state and local officials,
will participate in a motorcade from South Beach (going by
the White House Hotel in a symbolic gesture) to upper
Collins Avenue and then down Biscayne Boulevard to the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation building, where a press
reception and statements of support on the part of Christian
and Jewish organizations will climax the program.
The campaign on behalf of the Soviet Jews does not
close with Solidarity Day. No longer the Jews of silence, we
have learned that only through eternal vigilance can there
be freedom for all our people.
We Owe A Great Debt To ZOA
Greater Miami, which was well-represented at the
recent World Zionist Congress in Israel, highlights its own
observance of the 75th Jubilee Year of the Zionist Organiza-
tion of America this Sunday.
It need hardly be said that Israel, which had its own
24th anniversary as a nation recently, stands as testimony
to the vision, the persistence and the pioneering of the
Zionist movement.
American Jewry and the world owe a great debt to
ZOA for the three-guarters of a century in which it has
provided the leadership that has enabled so many of our
people to survive and for this generation to have seen the
birth of the State of Israel.
We Share Meaning Of law Week'
The traditional May 1 observance of Law Day this
year becomes Law Week in Florida, celebrated by the Bar
Association from April 26 to May 3 with the slogan, "To-
day's Law Your Heritage."
The slogan was chosen to point up the historical back-
ground of the law and no one is more conscious of that
than the Jewish people. During the month of May we will
observe the ancient holiday of Shavuoth, the anniversary
of the giving of the Torah on Mount Sinai. It is in that his-
torical context that we share with all Americans, not just
lawyers, in the full meaning of Law Week.
__
Bright Spot In Czechoslovakia
At a time when most East European governments are
harassing their Jewish population and minimizing the suf-
fering of the Jews during World War II, there is a bright
spot in Czechoslovakia which should be noted. The Minis-
try of Posts of that nation has just issued a stamp com-
memorating the 30th anniversary of the creation of the no-
torious Theresienstadt concentration camp showing the face
of a Jewish child surrounded by barbed wire.
MATTER OF FACT
by JOSEPH ALSOP
HUNG KONG By past stand-
ards, the Chinese Communist
reaction to the North Viet-
namese offensive is genuinely
striking. The word is being fair-
ly openly passed in Peking that
this is a Soviet enterprise; that
the unlucky North Vietnamese
have been the victims of bad
Russian advice; and so on and
on.
Foreign diplomates and visit-
ing dignitaries are not only get-
ting this kind of line from Chin-
ese officialdom. In addition, Pe-
king's moral support for Hanoi
has been limited, as you might
say, to the kind of conventional
expression of family solidarity
that decency requires at family
funerals.
IT IS A dreadful thing to say
but the evidence in truth sug-
gests that Peking secretly hopes
Hanoi's great offensive a
act. I
otirtc
ually turn out to be fanii| ,
funeral. This is almost rtainhl
because success for Hanoi I
seen in Peking today bej!l
tantamount to success for \.\,\
cow. '
Peking obviously ha- |
for the prospect of a $n\iet.l
allied. South supporte l North!
Vietnam below China's .ithernl
border. Even on the his;: sst level!
and in the deepest iritimacjj
such a truth could never be I
spoken in Peking. But the Su\ift|
factor in the equation will ap.1
parently be enough to consotj
Peking for Hanoi's def.'it
THIS IS only one aspect I
the developing Asian poliQctjl
drama, moreover. Almost morel
significantly, Takeo Mu>i. oneojl
the leaders in the throng >f can-l
didates for the next prin minis.!
ter of Japan, has just -.i:>pedI
into Peking in a polite incoij.|
spicuous manner.
Former Foreign Mini-t it \ijid|
is a known political ally >f stilj
another prime minister n
didate. Kakuei Tanaka the min
ister of trade. Minister iinakaj
in turn, is an open ad ilc i
intimate Sino-Japanese e inomid
and technological cooperation!
markedly including large long-f
term Japanese credits t >r main-|
land China.
THE VISIT by Mlki is |
isolated phenomenon, either. Sol
many Japanese businessmen arel
going to this year's Canton trade!
fair that they are having to bel
admitted in successive batched
to ensure hotel accommriatioal
Far more important, the Jap-|
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COMMENT
At this time of the year I'm
doing more than my usual
amount of worrying and scroung-
ing for money, little bits of it
for little bits of things. Not for
buildings, or research, or the
large amounts required to op-
erate a modern synagogue. Lit-
tle things, like Passover special
foods for people on welfare.
Small sums that will help some
kids go to Jewish camps for a
few weeks for an experience
they would otherwise not have
because their familiesmost of
them broken by divorce or death
cannot afford it.
The approach is almost
apologetic. How do you ask for
this kind of thing when there
are so many greater problems,
how do you ask the men who are
writing checks for $50,000 for
Israel Emergency Relief to write
one for $50 so that you can build
a fund for these purposes, so
neglected by our community?
HOW DO you feel when you
read this in the Jerusalem Post
of April 11:
"TEL AVIVOne of the most
unusual social events of its kind
a champagne dinner with Bul-
garian foodtook place Satur-
day night at one of the Pavilions
of the Tel Aviv Exhibition Gard-
ens. More than 500 guests heard
the ex-King of Bulgaria bless
the Bar Mitzvah of a former
Bulgarian Jew, now a prominent
Miami businessman.
"The Bulgarian ex-king, Si-
mon n, and his wife had flown
in especially from their place of
exile in Madrid to be the guests
of honor at the Bar Mitzvah of
Melvin Moshe, the son of Nicolas
Morley, of Miami.
"SEATED near the ex-king
was the Archimandrite of the
Orthodox Church in Jaffa.
"Mr. Morley. the former Nis-
sini Meshulam, who fought in
the War of Liberation and later
drove a taxi here, left Israel in
1956 for the United States,
where he has built up a large
economic empire. Last year
alone he contributed $300,000 to
the U.J.A.
"For his son's Bar Mitzvah,
he also brought over a French
Duke, Emanuel D'Uzes, as well
as such well-known U.S. person-
alities as John Eisenhower,
former U.S. ambasador to Bel-
gium and the son of the late
President and father-in-law of
President Nixon's daughter, and
Maxwell Raab, an Eisenhower
Cabinet member.
"AMONG the guests were the
Health Minister. Victor Shem-
tov, also born in Bulgaria, Is-
rael's ambassador to the United
States, Mr. Yitzhak Rabin, and
the 0/C Central Command, Aluf
Rehavam ZeevL
"The Bar Mitzvah ceremony
took place yesterday at the
Western Wall, where Chief Rab-
bi I. J. Unterman officiated, ac-
companied by a choir brought
specially by Mr. Morley from
Miami."
The international importance
<>f the event was noted by the
i-ondon .Jewish Chronicle, that
great Anglo-Jewish publication
n an editorial last week which
"worth passing on. Headlined
Lonspicuous," it said-
mnsV,hWha'laBarMi,zvahthat
must have been, with ex-kings,
ex-kings' wives, ex-ambassadors
by EDWARD COHQ
ex-presidents' son and i whole
Miami synagogue ebon flown
over expressly for the ceremony
at the Western Wall! A typical
American success Story a poor
Bulgarian immigrant w 11 was
driving a taxi in Israel inly 16
years ago and who found n > scope
for his gift of enterprise until
he could strew the goln sandJ
of Miami Beach with topless |
towers and zany ziggu
"HOW wise not to celebratej
in Miami where blov its on |
that scale are a daily a rrrence
and would hardly raise rippl*
on a hotel pool, while In Israel
it caused a stir, brought a dash
of color to the humdrum iff as
one guest is reported I) ha\e
remarked ruefully. One man's
bad taste is another m in's fes-
tival."
.... Or sitting for hours anj
listening as represent some of the local Jewish day
schools relate their struggle
for financial solvency, asking ',,r
help so that they can t***"
the poor as well as the irueM*
class and rich. And woiderM
how things never really fnanw
for dedicated Jews wherj as**"
the question, How can you *"
vive and the answer, as a
"Gott vill helfen," and how e
does the Jew survive?
And you think of the list 1W
in the Chronicle editorial, V"
man's bad taste is another nw_
festival" in the context of tn
most recent of our festival*
when we prayed for next yeai
to be in Jerusalem. S
never prayed for that


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Friday. Afxi] 23, 137;
Three Miamians On CJF Committee
Drafting Day School Guidelines
I lia niam were "ii the
CJF fommlttee on ?>i.
' .- lion
hie! nended
- national
. tionship between
lewish day
- :-. ols appi \ ed bj the B<
.0 Council '>: Jew-
ish F< derail s F in la
::i N( York I
The thn I 1! M Se-
Miami
ition'a Boai I of Di-
> anil chairman of the Cash
the 1972 Combined
J< -a i-ii ,\; pea!-Israel I Snergeney
v B. Wiener, chair-
: the y Planning
I .;; Jewish E I
the N
Commission "n Communit} Serv-
S
itka : Jew iah
.
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itii >n.
ichoo -Fi
pted in 1969,
Tunney, (hiles
I frge Nixon To
Push For Jews
Senator! Jt>hn V. Tunney 'D-
alil > and Lawton Chiles (D-Fla.)
:- 1 k urged that the President
use the Issue of the rights of
Soviet Jews during his visit to
Moscow.
Sens, Tunney and Chiles co-'
sponsored an amendment to a,
"sense of Congress" resolution
which calls for genera] efforts by
the I'nited States .n liehalf of So-
vet Jews.
Their amendment proposes spe- '
. ily that the Piosident place
subject or Ms agenda for the
- ith Soviet leaders.
U 'W of the models in
setting u,i the nations] policy. The
Miamians brougtit then focal e\-
perience of the last three years to
the CJF whose president. Max M.
Fisher, hailed the national state-
ment as a landmark action.
The local Federation's policy
red the support oi "commun-
al" day schools: this led to the
funding of the Hebrew Academy
and the HiUel Community Day
School. Four other area -
I ave now appiie funds.
The Miami Federation involve-
ment in the area of Jewish educa-
tion is a direct result of a two-
year study by the Planning Com-
mittee on Jewish Education, form-
erly chaired by Dr. Sol Center,
nd presently chaired by Mr. Wien-
er.
The committee recommended a
Iringe benefit program for licensed
teachers and administra-
u iiich was the fi) -'
kind in the South. Federa-
aan one-third the cost of the
nun with the rest fundel by
teacher, e >>r the
school where the teacher is em-
ployed.
They also called for the estab-
lishment of the Jtidaica College of
Florida, supported by Federation
and using the Federation building
tit 4200 Biscayne Blvd. as a tem-
porary home.
The college, which will seek
state and county accreditation and
correspondent s t at us with the
Southern Association of Coll.-ges,
i* headed by Mr. Selig. chairman
l>ro-teni|iorc of the college's board
of trustees. Dr. David Weinstein.
I-resilient of Spertus College of
Judaica in Chicago has been en-
gaged as Chancellor pro-tempore.
It is expected the college will serve
as a De[>artment of Judaica for all
itistitutions of higher learning in
the area.
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On the national level, the C.l.\ '
Committee noted thai here afe
more than 70.000 children erii 'II "1
in Jewish day schools In the United '
Stat< an I Canada. As evidence of
Federation's increased concern for
the quality of Jewish education
these children receive Federations
allocations : 1 daj schools have
increased more than 60', in re-
cm years. In large cities, day
school allocations represenl about
_*!. "i the funds spent by Jewish
F derations on Jewish education,,
and in intermediate-sized cities,
. bo it 40';.
Among the key recommenda-
1 ru are these: day school ed 1
tton should be oriented "to de-
veloping effective future members
oi the total Jewish community;"
a.- in othei schools, achievi
tests should be applied and further
leveloped to assure the high qual-
ity of Jewish education to 8l -
cents; enrollment foi an efl
1 ade schools musl be al leasl
50; for on eight-grade school, al
least 100: in the intermediate and
small communities, organizations
should lx' encouraf onsoi
_i compromises, and in some in-
stances, schools-of nearby large
(.ties should be utilized.
Further guidelines provide that,
consonant with the principle ol
total Jewish communal planning
financial requests from the da\
school should be channeled through
the central communal agency foi
Jewish education; fully audited
financial reixirts. as required of al?
Federation beneficiaries, are to
be submitted; the published tui-
tion rate should be as close to
the actual cost as possible, and al'
parents who can afford to pay full
tuition should do so; financia:
responsibility of Federation*
should be limited to the identifi-
able Jewish educational elements .
o.' the day school programs.
In Miami, the Federation's Plan- ;
ning Committee on Jewish Educa- !
tion is in the process of updating |
its own guidelines.
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the officers of the club reported contributions up 30% over
last year. From left to right are Max Garshag, president;
Rabbi Solomon Schiff, guest speaker; Joe Sokolsky, se:
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Yale Expert On Bible IS""^?* c,"b
* I Meets Wednesday
To Speak Here Friday
pr. Sid Z. Leiman, associate pro- ( for Girls at the home of Rabbi and
IFMSOT of religious studies at Yale Mrs. Gross.
University, will sjieak to students Saturday
evening, Rabbi and
Mrs. Gross will host a reception
for parents of the Academy and
f the Greater Miami Hebrew
* Academy and its affiliated institu-
ItJons this weekend during a tartofrfita; a'ffllistect schools, irlso" totheir
xjsit to Greater Miami. | home.
Considered one of the nation's j Dr. Leiman Carne loading authorities on re ce n t, Oriental Studies at the University
I archaeological discoveries validat- 0f Pennsylvania. He attended the
ling whole segments of Biblical his- j Summer Institute of Near Eastern
,, Dr. Leiman is a nephew of j civilizations at the Hebrew Union
[Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, He- College Biblical and Archaeological
brew Academy principal. School in Jerusalem, Studying un-
The Yale authoiity will apeak I der Dr. Nelson Glueck and Dr.
i 11 a.m. Friday at the Louis j G. E. Wright and taking part in
Merwitzer Mesivta High School, i excavations at Ge/er.
J965 Alton Rd. An hour earlier. -
he will talk to junior high school
students al the Academy, 2-100
Pine Tier Dr.
! : .,-. night. Dr, Leiman will
, students of the Olga and
Wcishaus High School
1
The Democratic Club of .Miami
Beach will hold its monthly meet-
ing Wednesday at 8 p.m. in the
Carillon Hotel's Imperial Room A.
The public is invited (free) to
hear State Sen. I.ce Weissenborn
and State Rep. George Firestone
sj>eak on the issues and bills pre-
sented and passed during the state
legislative sessions just adjourned
Judge Dan Satin will peak on
"The Non-Debatable Area Drug
Problems and Crime." Harvey Ru-
\ in will s|>cak on "Urban Environ-
ment." A brief question and an-
swer period will be moderated by
life president Wally Gkick; enter-
tainment will be provided by hum-
orist, Joe Wein.
Jerry Sussman Chairman Of
'Salute To Israel' Parade
Jerry Sussman. general manager of the Carillion Hotel, has
l)ccn named chairman of the Salute To Israel Parade scheduled
for Sunday, May 14, at 2 p.m.
The parade is being organized to show the hand of brother-
hood extended to the citizens of Israel from the citizens of South
Florida in c< lebration of Israel's 24th anniversary.
Chih'ren and youth groups from the community will march
from Miami Beach Senior High School down Washington Avenue
to Memorial Stadium at Flamingo Paik, where they will pass in
review and end with a solidarity rally.
Further information regarding the parade i.s available
from Aryeh Rockach. Israeli community youth consultant at the
YMHA.

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Grunwald Speaker,
tt CJA-IEF Event
Kliezer Grunwald, deputy gen-
ial director of the Tel Aviv In-
i-estment Authority, was the guest
speaker at a luncheon sponsored
>y the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration this week In the Federa-
tion building, 4200 Biscayne Blvd.
The luncheon was attended by
eading businessmen of Miami in
preparation for the Economic Con-
Fi rence in Jerusalem, a highlight
'I the 25th anniversary of the
State of Israel, which will be held
it May, 1973.
A select group of businessmen
rom throughout the United States
\ill be asked by the Prime Minis-
ter to attend the conference.
Mr. Grunwald, who is fluent in
English, has served the Israel gov-
ernment in a number of official
capacities in this country.
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Friday, April 23,1972

Sussman Is Vice Chairman
Of 1972 Budget Committee
Jerry Sussman, general man-
ager of the Carillion Hotel, has
been named vice chairman of the
v iinrr sussman
1972 Budget Committee of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation,
according to Morton Silberman,
chairman.
Mr. Sussman, a third generation
hotel operator whose family pio-
neered the resort hotel industry,
is currently national vice president
of the United Synagogues of Amer-
ica, vice president of Temple Me-
1*41.
isop
V Continued From Page 4-A J
anesc "trado" delegation in Pe-
king has just been permitted to
double in number. It has been
given d i p 1 o m a t i c privileges
though not diplomatic status
and it is to be headed by a lead-
ing Japanese diplomat "on
leave."
All this suggests that Prime
Minister Chou En-lai may al-
ready be thinking about drop-
ping the other shoe at some time
after Prime Minister Eisaku
Sato leaves the premiership in
Tokyo. The first shoe, of course,
was the invitation to President
Nixon, issued on the sternest
grounds of balance of power
politics.
THE OTHER shoe to be
dropped would be a Chinese
Communist move toward the
kind of relationship with Japan
already suggested by Trade
Minister Tanaka. The long-term
consequences of such a Chinese
move are hard to overstate.
Here the point is, quite sim-
ply, that the Chinese are every
bit as dynamic, clever and suc-
cess-minded as the Japanese. If
the other shoe drops, one will
have to expect China to achieve
the kind of economic growth in
the next 15 years that Japan
made, say, between 1952 and
1967.
THE RATE of growth is
bound to be slower, of course.
But consider what the world
will look like in 15 years if the
Chinese economy begins to grow
consistently at even half the
Japanese rate, starting from
China's huge base of population
and resources!
The prospect is awe-insipiring.
There is no other phrase. And
this really is the prospect, may-
be not immediately but at least
for the long term, except on one
hideously grim condition. Every
outlook will be altered if the
Sonets undertake the nuclear
castration of Communist China,
for which they have been pre-
paring for so long and at such
incredible expense.
norah and of the Hotel Hospitality
Lodge of B'nai B'rith. He serves
as cochairman of the community
advisory board of Hillel, Univer-
sity of Miami, chairman of the
1972 CJA-IEF Hotel Division, and
is a member of the Federation's
CJA-IEF Leadership Cabinet of
100, the board of governors of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
and the board of directors of the
Bureau of Jewish Education.
He is also president of the South
Florida Hotel and Motel Associa-
tion and is on the board of gover-
nors of the Greater Miami Cham-
ber of Commerce.
The importance of the Budget
Committee was stressed by Mr.
Silberman, treasurer of the Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation, who
said:
"The committee will soon be
meeting four nights a week over
a two month period, many sessions
running after midnight, to evalu-
ate the current and changing needs
of the community. We are respon-
sible for determining allocations
for the 40 local, national and over-
seas agencies that benefit from
Federation's 1972 CJA-IEF drive."
Robert Russell, Federation pres-
ident, commented, "We're partic-
ularly grateful that Mr. Sussman
has accepted this appointment.
The Budget Committee has an ex-
tremely important and delicate
job to do. Mr. Sussman, by lending
his devotion and expertise, will
make the committee's job that
much easier."
Fascell-Sponsored
Resolution Passed
The U.S. House of Representa-
tives has passed a resolution co-
sponsored by Congressman Dante
Fascell (D-Fla.) to aid Soviet
Jews and to allow their free emi-
gration from Russia.
The resolution urges the Presi-
11 Call upon the Soviet govern-
ment to permit free expression of
ideas and religious exercises by all
its citizens;
2) Use formal and* informal con-
tacts with Soviet officials to help
end religious discrimination in
Russia;
3) Request the Soviet govern-
ment to permit its citizens th?
right to emigrate;
4) Raise in the U.N. General
Assembly the question of Soviet
human rights violations against
Jews and other minorities.
The measure will now go to the
Senate for consideration.
Rep. Fascell has also signed a
petition to be delivered to Presi-
dent Nixon prior to his departure
for Moscow. The petition calls on
the President to convey to the
Soviet government the concern of
the American people over discrimi-
nation against Jews in that coun-
try.
A ranking member of '.he
House Foreign Affairs Committee,
the Congressman has long neon a
proponent of freedom lor Soviet
Jews and has been a leader in ef-
forts to assure their basic human
rights.
Krefetz Hosts Reception
To Finalize Dinner Plans
Joseph Krefetz, chairman for I Lebow, Sam Lubin. Sol SchreB
the Temple Judea-Israel Dinner and Dr. Bernard Yesner.
of State to be held under the au-l ^ dinner at ^ ^
will honor Mrs. Helen Cohen >
is scheduled to receive the Sti
of Israel Shalom Award
Rabbi Morris A. Kippur
that all temple members are"
i-ited to the 7:30 p.m dinner
recognition of the outstand
service Mrs. Cohen has render,
to temple life and the State
Israel.
JOSEPH KRtHTZ
spices of the State of Israel Bonds
Saturday evening. May 13, held
a reception for the corps of hosts
' in his home this week to finalize
plans for the annual event.
Past-presidents of the temple
joined together to form the Presi-
dential Committee of the corps,
Richard Horwitz, temple president,
said, and the following temple
leaders were selected to serve as
honorary chairmen for the event:
Julius Boatman. Max Deakter,
I.cm is Easton, Norman Kasser, Lee
Commodore Jet ij
Sold For $950,000
Continued from !'..; y.\
the German Aviation Show nrvV$.I
paper. He said his company w\A
produce 15 more Commodon]
jets this year and three >| nl
already sold have gone i \\\${.\
em European buyers.
The Israeli display a' the Ail
show covers an indoor area :|
260 square meters and in out- f
door area of 700 square me'en,!
The Israeli exhibit was :'>rma'.;yl
welcomed at the opening by
mier Alfred Kubel of Lower -Sax
ony and by Dr. Karstein R
wedder, State Secretary of '-,|
Lower Saxony Finance Ministry,
Listowsky To Appear On
Martin ListowsKy, M 5.W.,
rector of Youth Activities at'
pie Emanu-El, will discuss
Beauty of Keeping Kosher,"
"The Midday Scene," M mday
11:30 a.m. on Ch. 10.
It's a little hard
to find us.
PORT EVERGLADES
INLET
And a lot harder to leave.
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Sabbath Tops The List
By RABBI JONAH E. CATLAN
Shy Lake* Syi
*obfei Caalen
In this wk'i rcadinc. the Sed-i
rah of Emor. there are listed ali \
the sacred holidays of the j\n\isji
calendar. At tiv
top of the :
stands the Sab-
bath.
The Sa
b the MCW-
- ' reek!y adst-
It CD
52 t ioi :-> a -
whereas a!!
o t h r hol.':
come only x
each a* its
i?nav?d time.
o ha.-e no s;
: the a> -
.a eh day .- .
the Sabbath, the firs- the
Sabbath, the i--ond day ,. i ?
ath. etc.
that
no day of the week -'.-Drl- .-,
from the Sabbaih. The sanctity of
th<-- Sabbath rrrj-t rt: If in
our BttJl
the week. We ca--ry over the h
B if with wk
are imbued or. The Sabbath.
- of ibe v -;
and as pood
j-h.
Even as the Sabbath is inextric-
ably intertwined with the day- ot
the week, so also arc the holy days
and the festivals linked with Hm
holy Sabbath. The sanctity -u.o
the beauty of the Sabbath is re-
fleeted in the sanctity and the
beauty of the holiday;.
With the exception of Yom Kip-
pur, the jo> of the Sabbath is ear-
to the observance of th? ho';i-!
days. The concept of Chag S
each joyous holiday stems from
the weekly experience of "Onfj
a
The sanctity of the h.
- from the Sa*>bath whi
i calla "Shabbal K
nan of c
t > it
no mar.nr o:
on the holiday, even as it .
Sabbath.
The of the day i- in-
tended to sanctify our D
service of G-c and man. B)
.'raining from work we are a
concentrate on the mo.1 spiritna! i
things in li?'. thus Efvtas our
log and purpose.
It must, therefore, follow that
even as the Fabbath has guaran-
teed the jx-- petaation :
so also ).;;. :h..
ftyi ar-H fe
teed 'he futurj of Ju

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rCabbinicat evision
Vr
roaray*t
>9
April M 3i 10.9.% r. n- TneJ lip Hour
Host: Rabbi Tibor H. Stem,
Jacob C. Cohen Community Synagogue
Ai.ni 36 Ch. 4. 8:30 a.m. The First Estate
Repeated on Ch. 2 fi:30 p.m.!
Host: Rev. Luther C Pierce
Tj;>ic: Teaching Bible as Literature in Pu .
Schools'"
Gucsts:Dr. Irvine Iv:hrman. Temple Emanu-E: and
Mrs Julia Chandler
April 30 Ch. 7. 10 a.m. The Still Small Voice
Host: Rabbi Leon Kronish. Temple Beth Shalom
Playlet: "Courage Russian Style"
Written by Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. Temple
Menorah. Played by University of Miami Play-
en under the direction of Bonnie Goldblatt.
A young Russian Jew displays outstanding
courage in signing a letter demanding re-
patriation to Israel.
By RABBI SAMUEL i. FOX
Wh> do nutny insist that a
synacoicue have window"f
This is traced to a passage in
the Talmud iBerakot 34:B) where
it was stated that a man should
only pray in a room that has win-
dow's. The Talmud traces this in
a passage in the Book of Daniel
i6:11i where it is written "His
windows were open in his upper
chambers towards Jerusalem.''
Many have explained this re-
quirement to be a means of in-
dicating to the worshipper that
prayer should, by no means, with-
draw a jierson from being con-
cerned with the world. In praying,
a man should show concern lor the
world and his fellow man. His
prayers should not be selfishly
aimed and limited to his own
needs, but rather to the needs of
humanity, his own included.
This is why the prayers are re-
cited in the first person plural in-
stead of the singular. Some ex-
plained that the windows should
be opened towards Jerusalem so
that the prayers of all Jews are
centered on a common goal and
destination which is focused on
the Holy City of Jerusalem.
Why is it that in Haxidii sy-
nagogue* there i- n great deal
of tinging in the MR6 of the
prayer service?
Some advance the reason that
the Hasidic founders tried to make
nrayer intelligible to every wor-
shipper even those who did not
possess an education et
them to understand. < too well, the
ers.
The melody which
repeated a number o: times, h
airy their spirits so that all could
join in even if they did not know
the words or the meaning of the
words. The melodies also gave the
prayers a spark of spontaneity
which made the active prayer
more stimulating.
Sometimes, a new melody gave
the prayer a new meaning and a
refreshing spirit so that everyone
could enjoy it and be inspired.
IFMai the files of the JTA)
Rabbi Berel Wein Reported
Moving For National Post
Rabbi Berel Wein of Miami
Beach's Beth Israel Congregation
will be announced as the new exec-
utive vice president of the Union
of Orthodox Jewish Congregations
of America at a dinner in New
York "Way T"
Rabbi Wein will succeed Dr.
Samson R. Weiss, who has lield
the position for the past 16 years
and has resigned to move to Israel
The banquet will be held in the
grand ballroom of the New \ork
Hilton.
Dr. Weisi "ill speak on "The
Decade of Decision." More than
1,000 rabbinic and lay leaders from
Jewish communities from North
An erica will attend the dinn' r.
An actl' e leader In Gi eat r
Miami's Jewish
moving l" re to accept the pulpit of
Beth Israel, Rabbi Wein has been
in the forefront of activities for
State of Israel Bonds, the Greater
uuiil
Miami Hebrew Acadi
Mcrwitzcr Mesivta High j ]
and numerous other Torah '. ,j ,'|
and Israel-oriented prograi -.
RABBI BCRU WEIN
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Emor
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CANDLELIGHTING TIMF
14 IYAR 3:23
....... j
"An:: the Lord said unto Moses: Speak unto the ; : -'-
tans of Aaron, and say unto them ." 'Chapters XXI-XXT
LAWS RELATING TO PRIESTS- Because of his .
iesi had to maintain a high standard 0 1
ivith the d ad defiled hint and would
Lilies, he w
: anyone except his 1
othei nd unmarri .; -..- .
1 rj in in has) : woman.
-
en when his
rJisQualifh I the
. ling at 'In altar
THE HOLY DAYS A nun
pi as "holy convocations" These holy day.
h no work was permitted, are recorded In the folio
the Sabbath: the first and last days of Passover.
Kl'1 Its: Rosh Hashanah; the Day of Atonement; the
days of the Feast ot Tabernacles; the Shimini Atzeres.
THE LAMPS AND THE SHOWBREAD Th.
Inded of their duty to provide pure olive oil for the !a
which were constantly to be kept burning by the priests. The
showbread was tu be made of 12 cakes of fine flour arrange, in
la 1 rows.
PENALTY FOR BLASPHEMY The son of an bra I
mother and an Egyptian father became engaged in a fight
an Israelite, and during the quarrel blasphemed the name of 1
He was placed In custody until the penalty was declared '
mhemy, like murder, was punishable by death.
Chase AM, Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kronish. Cantor David Conviser. 21
Friday I:1S p.m. T.pi. : "8oUdariir."
Batarda) l*:45 am. DTnol alltsvah:
Coumih Car>- Jran. .laughi^r ,.f Mr
, and Mrs. Irving MUler. and Leslie
i Jan*, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Lvon-
' ard Miller.
A H A V T SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. SV9 SW 67th Ave. Orthoeoi
Cantor Aron Ben Aroiv. 1
NHr fMts t**a SW Wth Ave.
Coneervative. Cantor Sol Pakowitz 2
ETH AM (TEMPLE). SSS0 N. Ken-
dall Dr. S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. f
> d -:3" p.m. C^l<-bratin|t two na-
tional *vent. liarton t"d*ll. irniiOe
pr->id--nt. u ill speak on "The Sir- '
niffrance of I-aw in a Time of Change"
relating to National Law Day. and
the t>-m:>le will present a musical pro- '
gram, with original narration l.y
Rabt: H;tumcar>!. entitled "The S-ul
ot Jewlah Maalc" r-laiing to J*-w.h
>iu-i. Month.
BETH DAVID. PS'S SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau.
Cantor William W. Lioeax 4!
Friday p.m. Saturday S .-, m S-rmon
topic: "IMW, Order a Jm.tice:" in'
honor of Law Day, D.fl A.
BETH Ei.. SOD SW irtrt Ave Ortho-
eog. Rabbi H. Rothman 5
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BETH KODFSH 'iDI SW 12lh Ave
Moder.- nil l.-.mi R-bi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Leon Segal.
BETH TOV 'r.mB|, J43, &M g.h
St. Conservative. Car.tor Seymou-
Hmkee g
Friday Srt", r.m Goettt weaker. Harr\-
f-hamiK. xill s-nak on "*Wr I- Vnt
The i-nluti'.n"' ij Ones Shah-
bat h'-st'-i by Sister!.ood.
ISRAEL tTemDiei OF CRETER
Miami. 137 NE 19th streeL Reform
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. 10 '
Friday :Sn p.m. Saturday :,". a.m.
gersnon: 'Ke.-ponaibUiUea of L*ader-
stalp."
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OR OlOM (Templet 875S SW 16th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph
Glivman. 13
TIFERETH ISRAEL. S500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein. 14
BETH TFIwAH 3S Euclid -,ve. or.
thedox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-
eky. ~
BETH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGREGA-
TION, S43 Meridian Avenue. 22.A
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
jy WMNiMttii Ave. Orthodox
Rabbi Dow Roze.icwaig. 23
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CLr-BoVi.?lP-HARt>'C H"REW CON.
GREGATION. 715 Washington Ave-
nue. Miami Beach. Rabbi Meir Mas-
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber. '
man. 30 '
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. MS
-5.0li'n* Ave" R*bpi sdi Nahmias. 31 i
CONGREGATION TZ CHAIM. 1S42-
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi Avrohom
Groner 33 |
north bay village jewish '
CENTER, 1720 79th Street Cause-
way, North Bay Village. Conserve-
tive. Rabbi Philip Fried. 32.A
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
BETH ISRAEL (Temple). M7 E. Osk.
land Park Blvd. Rabbi Akiva Bril-
liant Cantor Maurice Neu. 41
FT. UiroEIDAUF
EMANU-EL. 324S W. Oakland Pir*
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Arthur I Ab-
rame. Cantor Jerome Klement. 41
Z>ON (Temple) SOOO Miller Rd. Con.
servative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro
IS
Friday 1:38 p.m Topic: "A Rite and
PrlilCB. But Mitzvah: Harl.ara.
daught.-r ,.f Dr. and Mm. OeraM Wer-
Saturday : a.m. Topic: "Jus-
tiie and Might "' liar Mitzvah: Charles.
OS] of Mr. and Mrs. Norman fsand.
liah Melamed
23-A
TIFERETH JACOB (Temple). tSI B.
4th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Na-
than Zolondek. 1
'. p.m Barmon topic: "The
- -il li:.it> of Human Ufa**
8 11 .. :M a m
MOUTH MIAMI
BETH MOSHi CONGREGATION
1-630 W. Oizie Mwy. Conservative.
F>aObi Joseph Gorfinkel, Cantor Ben
Z:on Krschenbaum 35
MIAMI SUCH
"""'T ISRAEL, 7S01 Carlyle Ave
Orthodox. 17
BETH ISRAEL. ") eutn SL Orthodox.
Rabbi Beiel We. IS
KTH JACO". 301 Waehington Ave.
Oi hodnx. labbi Smnaryahi T. Swlr
sky. Carto* Maue.ee Marr.chea. 1
a------
BETH RAPHAEL (Temple). 1S45
Jef-snn Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Oavio rieab. Cantor Saul Breoh. 20 !
EMANU-EL (Ten.pie). 1701 Washing. !
Leheman. Cantor Zvl Adle.-. 24
l-nday ?. p.m Sermon tnpl^- "Re-
'""-"..Rabbi and Congrepation A
M"EW Acad7y. 2400 Pinetre.
rLrth,-*- R,Doi Alexander V
. *|
COMB. AN NELL (Brand) OT He.
brew Academy). 7th St. and Merid.
'iZ. AJrtLiOrthOd0,L "bbi Abraham
on- rtiitai. tt-A
JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 W.Thing^
Av. Orthado* Rabbi Tiber H
Stern. Cantor Meyer Engel. 2
KNEStTM ISRAEL, 141 Euclid Ave
Orthodox- Rabbi David Lehrfield
Canter Abraham Seif. 2,
m
MENORAH (Temple). 620 75th St
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owita. Cantor Nlco Feldman. a
NER_ TAmio (lempie). aoth St. anr
I*iTm_ Waterway. Conservative
Rabbi Eugene uabovitz. Cantor Ed-
wara Klein ,
Friday S:15 p m S. r\ir, s ileJi.-ated
to the Men's Club.
ADATH YESHURUN (Temple). 1025.
NE Miami Gardens Dr Conserve,
tive. Rabbi Milton Schlinsky, Can
tor Nathaniel Schub. 53
BETH TORAH. NE 164th St at lltr
t'. Cnrvatlve. Rabbi Ma)( Li
aehiu. Cantor Jacob Renzer. 3-
B-NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW IR3rd St i
Conservative. Rabbi Charlts Rubel
Cantor Jack Lerner. 34
,ieAn'i CsfatiS NORTH DADE i
ShWkea. K,n8,,*v- cn""- l^lng
P0MPAN0 BUCK
SW-OLOM 'Terr.ple). 132 SE 11th Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Morris A. SKop.
..rtn,or Erne- Schrtibr.
MARGATE JEWISH CENTEK. HOI
NW 9th St
HAILANDAIE
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER
Rabbi Max J. Weitz. Cantor Rev.
Jacob Danziger. 126 NE. 1st Ave.
**iitKLAiiBn5VvKAGOQlJE- 18151 "I
Capla* Orthod0- Rbbi Jonah E
ESS?5' "'^' '' m Sl"-"- bSSu- Lentrality f T|,.- s.,1,.
ISRAELiTsr CENTE" 3174 SW 75t* |
St. Conaervative. Rar^ Pul J I
Bender. Cantor Nathan Parnasa. 11 BETH SHOLOM (Temple). 4144 j OHEV SHALOM. TOSS Bonlta Dr.
VM^aS, e!oRAAL,OFc GRATER
^oV?,N.*??.l7ep0,5.,h.s,-or,ho,,oi
COtAl GABLES
iP.f (Te,mol> S500 Granada Btvd
Reform. Rabbi More,, K.pper 4C
___ mrm
?^3anh.sa,v"i congregation
Hi?.oHro^.^bbisr.v.%dD.Tvr
N0UTW000
BETH EL (Temple). 1351 $. Mth Ave.
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jiffs. 41
Friday I:1S p.m. Topi. : Xo '
pjow." SHiurduy 11 m Bat MIW-
vah: i.ori Ulchele, daughter ol Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Pcrlman.
BETH SHALOM (Teenple). 1728 Mon-
"St. Conaervative. Rabbi Morton
."'vexy Cantor Irving Ooln. ?
5INAI (Te.nple). 1201 johneon St.
Conservative. Rabbi D'vid Snapiro.
Cantor Yehods Helibraun. w
MIIUMAH
r.aJtop Abraham Koater
ISRAEL (Temple) 4*20 SW S5th St.
Conservativa Rabbi Avram Drsil"^
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copf-rrarion un'fri the Greater
Miami Ruhmmcul A<.fCiirion.
Coordinator 0/ the jeMu'O
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rr;c:.y- April 28, 1972
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NEW YORK, NY. Are we witnessing a slowing down in
speed of social change and in the intensity of activist move-
nts? All the signs point to it.
Item: The new escalation of the war by President Nixon, In
esponse to Hanoi's, has thus far brought no grand demon- tra-
. against it. like those after the Cambodian decision. They
ia\ N-iil come, especially with the Inevitably mounting casualty
,-- Bui the psychological dynamite for a massive anti-Nixon
rotest on college campuses is simply not there.
It, in: The other night at the National Book Award fes-
ijvitles, I round myself in a huddle of bright young book re-
iewers who fell it was a dull award yea-. I was myself pleased
iih al least two of the prizes- -to Joseph Lash for his biog-
iphy ol Eleanor Roosevelt, and to Allan Nevins for the last
volumes of his "Ordeal of the Union." which he had gallantly
in -! d during his own ordeal of illness. There were two other
;*>sthumous awards iFlanncry O'Connor for her short Stories;
rank O'Hara sharing the poetry prize with Howard Moss).
T|. were no awards to books about activism like No:man
i: on the Pentagon and Chicago confrontations. There
re no speeches of antiwar defiance as bitter as Robert Biy'a
onlj i x Itement was the flap over the award to "The Whole
th Catalogue" as the best book of contemporary affairs.
:. own choice would have been William Irwin Thompson's
lUtifully written book of essays. "At the Edge of History," on
mytIts of moral space and outer space.) "The Whole Earth
lalogue" award came just before Earth Week's iwvard. and
,i gesture of deference to a revolutionary trend, yes, but to
cultural revolution, not the activist.
& a *
THERE is A DIFFERENCE between the two. One aims at
r\ placements of the power Structure, the other at new We-
st, les and values. One uses the methods of demonstrations and
confrontations, the other the method of changing one's mode
living and being the whole relation to the natural and r.o'.ial
i yironmont. One is strident, the other quiet.
But iKjth are revolutionary in the sense of achieving deep
- :t- and changes in the civilization as a whole. And both are
i- used with the conviction that the moral values and priorities"
ir. America have been drastically wrong.
The "60s were the decade of activist movements. In the past
n> years the .-.lowing down has begun and the shift is being
e. Every recent survey of the attitudes of the young and
iblj the new one by Daniel Yankclovich for the John D.
r:> kefeller III Foundation confirms this shift from ae'ivist
1 iral changes. Unless I miss my guess, the '73s will !>_ the
ade ol a wide am' deep cultural revolution, which won't neces-
y move along the lines of the "counterculture'' and Von-
isni three," It is likely to be a new culture, converging and
n; ,-u times with the traditional. Of one thing I am certain:
.11 -iirp.ise us all in th.' forms it takes.
tfr # &
HOW ACCOUNT FOR THE slowing down of the activist
i tui.'-V The reason- are hard to pin down, hut I venture a few :
The Job squeeze lor youiiR people coni'iiu? out or the eol-
!"'Re*. The market for Ph.D. s and other graduates is a seller's
not a buyer's, market. The reality principle is poking its nose
back under the academic tent. Every college teacher reports
that his students are more work oriented, and career oriented.
The feeling that much of the tumult nii'.l shouting have at
lines iM.,.|i counterproductive. Note the change in the court-
room climate of the recenl controversial cases, including the
Berrigans and Angela Davis. Judges have learned how to run
a difficult trial since the monstrous case of the Chicago de-
fendants. But the defense lawyers have also learned how to
Use every resource of the law. but to stick to law. not revolu-
tionary speeches. There is a change of mood among the Black
Panthers, too. There just isn't enough support for violence,
I .ther in the inner cities or on the campuses.
The 18-year-old vote, a* a symbol of K:iins the younc have
made and can still make. This applies to the women's break-
through m well. Together the young and the women can trans-
rm the politics and the education of the decade.
This doesn't mean the triumph of apathy. Far from it. But
it noes mean that one segment of the young is focusing again
on making a living and a career, a second is focusing on making
a nent in politics, while a third segment prefers to focus on
making a Hie. Together they add up to an America still very
much in the making.
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EDITOR, The Jewish lToridian:
The Yizkor dkyS seem \ij pass
away, like all th!ri"s iliM f-ome
>L,in\T,;lW Phif the Jewish people
[have vowed never to forget the
holocaust and Hitler's s'aughter of
6 million of our Jews, men women
and children. Never to forget the
treacherous murders committed by
the Nazis.
Men and women are crying over
the loss of their dear ones. With
their loud and painful cry they
may wake the conscience of the
world, so never to happen again.
Are there any Jews among us
who can calmly forget, or neglect
to come up and be counted among
the millions of mourners to cry
about the great tragedy that had
befallen our brethren, six million
ot them, murdered by the Hitler
gangsteis, when the world around
was looking on in silence?
A memorial was he'd at the Mi-
ami Beach Senior High School,
and what a terrible disappoint-
ment that was. Less than 200 peo-
ple showed up. The auditorium
\.as practically empty. It was a
shame and disgrace.
The Hon. Mayor Chuck Hall
was introduced as guest speaker.
and he could not help but see it.
and expressed how sorry he was
for such a'small turn out. I have
Witnessed larger crow.Is cit minor
occasions.
I as a gentile have often grieved
about and wondered how this could
\er have happened in our civiliza-
tion and in our lite time.
A 20.000 people in a mass pro-
test meeting against Nazism and
the oppression against the Jews
in Russia must be number one on
our program. Instead of having a
sc; ies of small organizational pro-
test meetings and memorial gath-
erings, why not combine all those
into one gigantic mass meeting?
SAMIEL S. ROSKV
Miarei lieach
Social Action Committee Sponsors
Meeting At Temple Israel May 4
Inviting other organizations and
individuals interested in putting an
end to the Vietnam war to jjin
with them, the Social Action Com-
mittee of the Southeast Fe era-
tion of the Union of American He-
brew Congregations is sponsoring
a meeting at Temple Israel of
Greater Miami. 137 M" 19th St.,
at 10 a.m. Thursday. May 4.
The meeting is planned to be
concurrent with similar meetings
in other cities throughout me tun
trv under the sponsorship of the
National Kmergency Moratorium
movement. 4
Organizations or individuals who
would like to participate in the
meeting arc invited to call the
IT.A.H.C, office in Miami. Mrs.
Maurice Serotta, a member of the
National Commission of Social Ac-
tion for Florida, in charge of
tin- program. Rabbi banford Sha-
piro i~ director of the Southeast
U.A.H.C. Federation.
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Friday, April 28. 1972

So. Dade Hebrew Academy
Opens Registration Program
Tne South Dado Branch of the I brew school in the early grades.
YM-YWHA Hosting
Swim Meet Sunday
The Greater Miami YM-YWHA
is hosting a sv.'im meet for its
members Sunday at 1 p.m. in its
Beth Am Primary School Expanding
Temple Beth Am has announced i grated Into all aspects ol
the extension oi its Primary School learning
to include slxtH grade starting in ino school began with on* class
to inc
September.
Greater Mtarri Hebrew Academy i -South Dade branch students us- -oel. one of the largest in ^Dade
which has- May as registra-1 c a m p u s after the sixth grade This meet is dpen t*> both boys
tion month." where a new sLx-story building. and girls. Awards wil1 be given to
starts its fourth nearly complete, will house a jun- the top three places in each event,
ear this fall | ior and senior high school, start Two major swimming events are
with a full six ing in the fall. : also scheduled at the Y this sum-
in 1970 and expanded to t
classes this year. The plans for th
Beth Am Primary School (which 1972-73 school year Include
is now in tht .second year of on-| classes, a first-second gru.. iasj"
I oration an experiment -tn JeA third-fourth grade da.-.. ,n| ,
I form Day Schools. While definite-1 fourth, fifth and sixth grai.
ly not the traditional parochial j Registration is now open to the
'type school, the child does learn ceneral public. Parents interested
Hebrew at an earlv age. Learning j in the program should contact the
about Jews and Judaism is inte- I school.____________
giades.
The
branch.
Currently, the Hebrew Academy^ mer. The first will be a dual meet
consists of a complete elementary i in J-:ne between the local com-
9f SPMMMM
of directors. The
education pro-
gram and the criteria for curricu-
lum goals, however, follow the pat-
ter n of the Hebrew Academy,
located in Miami Beach.
Dr. Melvyn Greenstein. president
of the 100-stjdent branch, said a
new feature this fall will be a
special accelerated program for
students with no Hebrew back-
located at the department, a junior high school j munity center tnd the Centro De-
i.vi VYWHA. and a girls' high school. The Me- ; nortivo Israelita. (Jewish Com-
3500 SW 8th St.. I sivta of Greater Miami, the Louis munity Center of Mexico City I
is an indepen- j Merwitzer High School, is an in- l which will bring about 60 swim-
dent school and dependentl -operated boys' senior mers.
is operated by a high school for students in Grades I in August the Miami "Y" wil'
separate board I 9-12 and is also located in Miami be the host for the first Southern
Beach. Region Jewish Community Center
Hebrew Academy stresses a Swim Meet. Over 200 swimmers
combination of secular and He- > from all over the South are ex-
brew studies for qualified students j pected for this competition, ac-
in small classes with individual ,-ording to Bob Brandt, Aquatic
instruction. It is accredited and Director at the "Y."
conforms to the educational stand- ,---------------------------------------
lcho1 Sen. Chiles Acts
Board and the Florida Department
of Education. ^OV Soviet JeWS
Further information about the
ground but desiring an academy '. South Dade branch may re ob- A joint resolution of the Florida
education. This is designed for : tained by writing to Dr. Green- state Senate and House of Repres-
thOM students who haven't had an i ;tein or the office in the "Y" build- entttiyes on Soviet Jewry has been
: tunit. to register in a He- ing.
Panel of Doctors To Be Featured
A panel of doctors will speak on tor will l>e Alvin Goldberg, direc-
Frontiers of Medicine" at the tor of the Mount Sinai Medical
monthly open meeting of the Center.
Brotherhood of Tern' le Beth Sho-
lom. Sunday at 10:30 a.m.. in the
temple's auditorium, according to
an announcement by Martin J.
ner, president.
Dr. Ivor Fix. director of Radio-
therapy, and Dr. Al1 ert J. Gilson.
Chief of the Division of Nuclear
Medicine at Mount Sinai Hospital,
will be the speakers. The modera-
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A. >-.uarman. vice chair-
e x norican Bar Associa-
v committee on Regu-
,,,.,. will bo the guest
second annual Tax
En* and Seminar of the Poun-
L I Jeish Philanthropies,
1 Harry B. Smith.
ol .:, foundation the
1 nt fund program ol the
,,.,,., Jewish Federation.
in will speak on
s for Charitable
I" .' ,| th dinner, which will
l.< May IT at the Diij>onl
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[v. ys, accountants, insur-
I an community business
!,.,.,' will be asked to attend
, gv< which will consider the
ta* laws jovernlng charitable
Jitributions since the 1969 Tax
I Act
"The program is particularly
important today."' Mr. Smith said,
"Since the Tax Reform Act of 1969
changed the law relating to chari-
table contributions and institu-
tions, and private foundations. '
Mr. Sugarman, a member of the
Cleveland. Ohio law firm of Baker,
Hostetler and Patterson, was an
attorney in the chief consul'- of-
fice of Ihe Internal Revenue Serv-
ice ani has served as assistant
commissioner of the IRS.
In this iKisition. he supervised
all rulings, regulations and tech-
nical tax functions of the IRS,
the area of charitable and other
tax exempt organizations.
Serving H cochairmen of the.
Tax Committee of the Foundation!
of Jewish Philanthropies are Nor-1
man H. Lipoff and Morton Mar-1
cus. Consulting Certified' Public I
Accountants an Albeit J. Beer,
Jerry Bloom, Harry Blumin, Rich-
ard Furman, Charles Hertzoff, Sid-
ney Lefcourt, Morton Marcus,
Stuart Rothchild, Simeon
and A^BJVisner.
Consulting attorneys include
Lynn Fromberg, Richard J. Har-
wich, Gerald (Catcher, Shepard
King, Norman H. Lipoff, Melvin
Morganstern, Jack Orkin, Benja-
min Schwartz. Harry B. Smith,
Myron Sparber, Sydney S. Traum
and Samuel C. Ullman.
Pages To Become Esquires
The rank of "F.squire" will Ik?
conferred on 12 "Pages" at the
meeting of the George Gershwin
Knights of Pythias Lodge. Monday
at 7:30 p.m. in the Surfside Com-
munity Center. A social hour and
collation will follow.
Rabbi Schlinsky Speaker ^,
At Closing 'Brunch-eon'
-Mrs. Arthur J. Brown, chairman
of the Institute of Adult Educa-
] lion at Beth Torah, has announced
that its closing hrtinchcon will be
held Tuesday at 10:30 a.m. in 4ie
XitfcXtaJ3ir;)m "f "ML school bind-
ing. 051Ni: 13 St. Rabbi Mil-
tun Schlinsky of Temple Adath
fceshurun will speak "Learning,
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Participating in the program
with Mrs. Brown will be Dr. Max
A. Lipschitz, Rabbi Norman Muss-
man. Cantor Jacob J. Renzer and
other members of the ftculty.
Summations will l>e presented by
students who attended Talmud I,
Talmud II. The Bible and the
World Today. Songs of Our Peo-
ple, Intermediate Hebrew. Ad-
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FFWC Votes to Retain
JeWJffa FlOXOdiail 'White Only' Clause
Miami,
Florida Friday. April 28. 1972
Section B
A "Public Solidarity Meeting for Freedom
of Soviet Jewry" was held recently at Beth
Torah Congregation, 1051 North Miami
Beach Blvd. Close to 100 concerned North
Miami Beach residents turned out to urg9
that President Nixon champion the plight
of Soviet Jews during his visit to Moscow
next month.
DetaUs On Escape Of POW's Released
TEL AVIV (JTA) Details
of the escape of three Syrian
prisoners of war from an Israeli
POW camp on April 16 and the
massive manhunt that managed
:o net only one of them, were
disclosed here Monday.
Security officials admitted
that the two escapees had reaeh-
vd Syria, although they niay
have been wounded by gunfire
when Israeli soldiers spotted
them crossing the Jordan River
last week.
All three were sergeants and
at least one was an intelligence
agent who had been gathering
information from a Druze no-
table in the Golan Heights who
has since been arrested on es-
pionage charges. They effected
their escape by digging a nine-
foot tunnel from a prison camp
lavatory to a point outside the
camp's perimeter fence. The dig-
ging took them seven hours, se-
curity sources said.
Once outside the camp, one of
them made for Tel Aviv where
he Ml captured the next day
at the central boa terminal. The
other two pressed eastward to-
ward the Jordan River.
Immediately after the escape
was detected, security forces set
up roadblocks and mobile pa-
trols sealed off routes leading
to the borders while a dragnet
combed the countryside around
the camp.
Golda Meir To Visit
Rumania Early la May
JERUSALEM (WNSIPremier
Golda Meir will visit Rumania for
lour or five days early in May it
was announced. This will be the
first visit by an Israeli Premier to
any Communist country. It was
believed the trip was linked to
President Nixon's forthcoming vis-
It to Moscow. Soviet leader* were
believed eager to learn Israel's po-
sition, through Rumania, before
his visit.
Also expected to be explored was
Rumania's willingness to act as a
mediator between Israel and the
Arab states.
The escape sparked last week's
riot of Egyption POWs in the
same camp. The Egyptians at-
tacked Israeli MPs when the
latter attempted to search their
barracks for digging tools and
one Egyptian was killed in the
melee.
Histadrut Foundation
Fetes '100' Tenants
Dr. Sol Stein, national president Residents of the oceanfront high-
of the Israel Histadrut Founda- rise building were among the first
tion, will be the principal speaker to hold in-building campaigns for
I such organizations as State of Is-
rael Bonds, the Combined Jewish
Appeal Israel Emergency Fund.
E'nai B'rith, Hadassah, Mizrachi
and the Histadrut Foundation.
Arie Kaduri will present an all-
Israeli program of musical enter-
tainment during the program,
which will feature a talk by Dr.
Stein on "Ways to Help Israel and
Yourself at the Same Time,"
A frequent visitor to Miami
Beach, Dr. Stein is a well known
economist who hosts a popular
weekly radio program over station
WEVD in New York which de-
scribes new methods in deferred
giving.
Elhanan Segal, Southeast re-
gional manager of El Al Israel
Airlines who also will take part in
Monday's program, was an officer
in the Israeli army unit which
liberated Beersheba during one of
the final battles of Israel's 1948-49
. War of Independence.
Gerald Schwartz, past president
of the Miami Beach Lodge of B'nai
B'rith, past president of the Zion-
ist Council of South Florida and
public relations counsel for the Is-
rael Histadrut Foundation, will
describe the current political sit-
uation in the Middle East.
The Histadrut Foundation has
raised more than $24 million to
support the long-range medical,
educational and welfare programs
of the Histadrut in Israel.
One of its major projects is the
South Florida Medical Center in
Beersheba, including a clinic
named in honor of Dr. and Mrs.
Leon Kronish.
0B. SOI STUN
Monday night at a "Night in Beer-
sheba'' program at the 100 Lincoln
Road Building which will climax
Miami Beach's celebration of the
Slate of Israel's 24th birthday.
During the program, slated for
o p.m. Monday, the 100 Lincoln
Road Building and its tenants will
receive a special award for their
oadership in behalf of Israel and
the Histadrut.
Samuel Pascoe, president of the
B nai B'rith lodges in Florida and
a former president of the 100 Lin-
oln Road Men's Social Club, will
receive the award in behalf of his
fellow tenants.
The Florida Federation of Wom-
en's Clubs convention met in Clear-
water last week to elect officers,
present awards and vote on a con-,
troversial pro- i
posed by-iaw i
change the
Fcdtrat ion's
"White only''
clause.
The vote was
one of interest
to the entire
state because of
the longevity of
the dtscuutan
and controversy
n garding it. The
day of the vote,
most junior
(those under 40
years of age! had left; as a result'
only a small number of votes was '
cast 503 out of a registered j
1,365 on opening day. The tally i
showed 321 were for changing, and
178 against. However, due to the
fact that a two thirds vote is re-
quired, for by-law changes, and
absentee ballots were not per-
mitted the amendment failed by
13 votes.
Announcement of the results
was received with mixed reaction
by those in the assembly; some
cheered and clapped, others were
silent.
The clause affecting the 32.000
club members
member Federation reads as fol-
lows:
"The Florida Federation of
Women's Clubs shall consist
of clubs and organizations
within the State of Floridi.
whose active members and of-
ficers are white women."
The proposed change would
have deleted the word "white,"
opening the membership to all
women in civic service, regar i!css
of thiir race.
Last May, the Miami Springs
Junior Women's Club was re-
moved from the Federation wl>cn
their efforts to obtain a full mem-
bership vote on the issue met with
the disapproval of the Miami
Springs women's club. The latter
revoked their charter, resulting
in the abolition of the Miami
Springs Junior Women's Club.
State Rep. Gwen Cherry i D-
Dade) who expressed regrets, de-
clared she will redouble her efforts
to pass legislation to eliminate the
tax shelter such organizations now
enjoy.
The convictions expressed by
the 321 in favor is encouraging
and commenc'eble. some said,
pointing out that those who v-oted
against expressed an opinion dia-
metrically opposed to the very
goals on which the Federation is
established.
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vjewisl) fhridian
Friday, April 28. 19?2
Forster Keynote Speaker
At B'nai B'rith Conclave
Arnold Forster, general counsfilj the. bestrseljing "A Measure Of
to the Anti-DefjriKatioi) League (if Freedom, and is the man
B'nai Brith, wflr be the l*yVi*tl *iflle>WrVhe League's (jftl
activities.
respon-
I Rights
Mr. Forster has spent consider-
able time in Israel meeting with
Israeli government and Army of-
ficials and with Jewish emigrees
from the Soviet Union. His re-
ports on Israel and the Arab
States have been hailed as helpful
contributions to understanding the
----- ------I strife-torn Middle Fast.
P B^*P" Burnett Roth will introduce Mr.
Forster, whose most recent book
is "Report From Israel." Toast-
master of the evening will be Al-
fred Golden.
The B'nai B'rith convention will
continue Sunday, and end Monday.
Among the speakers who will be
heard during the convention are
Robert Shevin. State Attorney
General; Jay Markowilz, president
of District Grand Lodge No. 5, and
Arnold Kllison, executive vice pres-
ident, District Five.
Circuit Judge Milton A. Fried-
man will act as toastmaster of the
banquet at 7:30 p.m. Sunday. Bert
' Brown will be installed by Mr.
speaker at the opening session of Kllison as the new state president,
the 36th annual convention of the succeeding Samuel Pascoe, the re-
Florida State Association of B'nai tiring president.
B'rith Lodges at the Gait Ocean ; Delegates to the convention are
Mile Hotel. Ft. Lauderdale. Satur- j expected from 55 lodges in various
day at 8 p.m. j parts of Florida, Bernard Lang-
Mr. Forster has devoted his per- berg, convention chairman, an-
nual and professional life to the nounees. Workshops on Youth, j
litrht against racial and religious Programming and Leadership De- j
prejudice. An attorney, he is the [ velopment will be held for their |
author of many books including tenefit.
ARNOLD f OUSTER
Edward Tumaroff Resigns
Histadrut Council Position
Kdward Tumaroff, executive di- i honored by the organization this
rector of the Israel Histadrut j week at the Fontainebleau Hotel,
Foundation of South Florida, was I He was feted at a tribute luncheon
on the eve of his resignation, ef-
I fective April 30, to become direc-
tor of fund raising for B'nai B'rith
District Five.
Mr. Tumaroff will sui>ervise
fund raising activities for the Jew-
ish fraternity in Florida, Georgia,
North Carolina, South Carolina,
Maryland and the District of
Columbia in his new post.
Dr. Leon Kronish, national chair-
man of the board of the Israel
Histadrut Foundation and hon-
orary chairman of the Israel His-
tadrut Council of South Florida,
presented Mr. Tumaroff a plaque
in recognition of his meritorious
service in behalf of the State of
Israel and the Histadrut Campaign
and Foundation.
Moe Levin, chairman of the
board of the Histadrut Council,
presided at the farewell luncheon.
F.ntertainment was provided by
Salwa Merrige, Judy Drucker,
Arie Kaduri, Sam Spielman and
Sally Lazare.
Mr. Tumaroff, who assumed the
post of executive director here
some three years ago, was a Labor
Zionist leader in New England,
and worked in the Histadrut Cam-
paign there in the years imme-
diately after the establishment of
Israel.
Brandeis District
Of ZOA Officers
To Be Installed
Louis Hoberman, Miamj Beach
and Surfside civic leader who \\;is
recently reelected president of the
Zionist Organization of America,
Brandeis District of Miami Beach,
will be installed in 8 p.m. cere-
monies Monday in the Washington
Federal Auditorium, 1133 Nor-
mandy Dr., Miami Beach.
Former Miami Beach Mayor Jav
Dermer, president of the Jewish
National Fund, will act as install-
ing officer and will deliver an ad-
dross entitled The Role of Zion-
! ism for American Jewry." Anita
Kornblatt. interpreter of Jewish
and Hebrew folk songs, and Kstel-
le Hoberman, pianist, will enter-
tain during the social hour follow-
ing the installation.
Mr. Hoberman has been active
in Greater Miami Zionist and Is-
raeli causes since 1945, and has
served as president of the Amer-
ican Jewish Congress. Surfside
Music Society, and Miami Beach
Music and Arts League, vice pres-
ident of Surfside Civic Association
and chancellor commander of
George Gershwin Lodge, Knights
of Pythias. Mr. Hoberman also
served for ten years as vice mayor
and councilman of Surfside. He
has twice been nominated for the
"Dade County Outstanding Cit-
izen Award."
Other officers to be installed in-
clude Kzra Finegold, honorary
president; William Abse, Abraham
Grossman, Morris Minov, Albert
Shulman, vice presidents; Richard
Bergman, treasurer; Isidore Riff-
kin, financial secretary; Mrs.
Feme Schwartz, recording secre-
tary; and Meyer Siegel. corresixm-
ing secretary.
On the board of directors are
Dr. Herman Ausubel, Theresa Au-
subel, Alex-T. Eig, Albert Gross-
man, Isidore Gillman, Jack Har-
ris, Fstelle Hoberman, Harry Ja-
witz, Joseph Kahn. Bernard Katz.
Leo Nudelman, George Ossip, Gil
Happaport, Albert V. Rosenberg,
Max Raskin, Nat Rue, Adolphe
Stattner, Esther Tyson. Jennie Za-
retsky and Helen Zuckerbraun.
Mrs. Peerce To Appear At
Bond-With-Israel Luncheon
Alice (Mrs. Jan) Peerce. nation-1 in honor of Mrs. Leonard (Qn,
al chairman of the Women's Divi- ^e> WolneThursday. May 4 at
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Mrs. Peerce has served as
leading delegate and sp.,kesnan
for the National Women's Division
at the historic Jerusalem Confer
ence in Israel. She is respoMbli
for guiding the efforts of ih,lu.
sands of America women vo|un.
teers to obtain investment funds"
for the economic upbuilding of the
State of Israel.
Mrs. Peerce is a former chair.
nan of the Greater New York
Women's Division for Israel Bonds
and has for many years been iden-
tified with community and Jewish
causes in the United st.ues and
throughout the world.
Joining her husband, the world.
renowned opera sinter, on many
concert tours abroad, Mrs Peerce
has had an opportunity to .;ee and
study Jewish life in such larflung
places as China." the Soviet Union,
at the annual Hadassah Bond- I Alaska, Australia, South Africa
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Berliner of Coral Gables to serve
as coordinators of the JWV con-
vention at the Americana Hotel
June 23-25.
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national adjutant, is a past com-
mander of Miami Beach Post No.
330. Mr. Berliner, first junior vice
commander of the Department of
Florida, is a past commander of
Coral Gables Post No. 243. Mr.
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Israel Bond Committees
Plan 'Nights In Israel9
Michael M. Genson has been
I selected as the honoree for the
"Night In Israel" affair Tuesday
a, s pj in tne Fountalnview, it
v. as announced. Maxwell Skopit
is chaii- an of the event.
Eddfa Schaffer, popular enter-
,ai,., nd raconteur, will enter-
lain; Arfe Kaduri will provide
musical entertainment featuring
fsra( > an<' international folk
sonu's.
Mr. Gcnasn will be the recipient
of the State of Israel "Scroll of
Honor" otl this occasion for his
leaderfhlp in Jewish communal
life in the Greater Miami area,
ami for 'is service to the State of
Israel.
i : -to .-Cr
The Oi-.teway House Israel Bond
Committe will honor Kva Gold-
man at a "Night in Israel" Wed-
nesday vetting according to Carl
Ci.nri' chairman.
Mrs. i loldman will be the reci-
pient i the Stiite of Israel "Scroll
hi Hoi* :" for her leadership on
behall i : the State of Israel Bonds
on thte oeasion.
Eddie Schaffer will entertain at
the affair in honor of Mrs. Gold-
man, which begins at 8 p.m., in
the South Building Social Hall.
Lila Savitt will provide accordion
music ami songs.
Gateway House residents and
friends of Mrs. Goldman are in-
vited to attend.
Ct -ft- fr -
Theodore Rothenberg will be
the recipient of the State of Israel
"Shalom Award" Tuesday evening,
May 9 at Camelot Hall, according
to Mrs. Molly Samuels, chairman
of the Camelot Hall Israel Bonds
Committee.
Mr. Rothenberg will be recogn-
ized as past chairman of a "Night
in Israel" at Camelot Hall and for
his membership in many Jewish
communal activities.
Kddie Schaffer and Lila Savitt
will provide the evening's enter-
tainment starting at 8 p.m. Re-
freshments will be served. Came-
lot Hall residents and friends arc
invited to attend the "Night in
Israel" in Rothenberg's honor, ac-
cording to J. George Kofnian. hon-
orary chairman.
Double Celebration Scheduled Monday
The Religious Zionists of Amer-
ica, als< known as the Mizrachi-
iiap"- Hamizrachi, lias scheduled
;. uniq celebration of two major
event.' < f Jewish interest in Mi-
ami on Monday.
Tin events are the 24th an-
niversary of "Yum Hatzmaut" (the
Indepei ience Day of Israeli, and
the Jev Hi Holiday of Lag B'Omer,
i bservi I this year on May 1.
Inch: ndence Day and Lag B'-
OniiT. b)though three weeks apart.
have rne common denominator.
They both commemorate the he-
roic st tggle of the Jewish people
against overwhelming odds.
Rabbi Jonah 1\ Caplan of North
Miami Beach and Rabbi Hyman j
Cohen of the Hebrew Academy of
Miami Beach will si>eak on the
significance of the two-fold Jew-1
j ish Holiday. Cantor Joseph Moore
' of the Cuban Hebrew Congrega-
tion of Miami Beach will entertain
with appropriate Israeli melodies.
Refreshments will be served by
' the cos|M>nsors of the event--the
I Sisterhood of the Cuban Hebrew
I Congregation of Miami Beach.
The celebration will take place
j at 8 o'clock in the Washington
! Federal Auditorium, 1234 Wash-
ington Ave. The public is invited.
Oratory Honors For
Academy Students
Several students at Greater Mi-
ami Hebrew Academy have taken
top awards in oratorical and es-
say competitions recently.
Mark Miller, a Mesivta of Great-
er Miami student, has been named
an achievement award winner by
the National Council of Teachers
of English. He was one of only 12
in Florida who received the award
in a competition among 7,000 stu-
dents nominated. Only 12',; of the
7.000 gained top honors.
Debbie Ossip was the local win-
ner of the Veterans of Foreign
Wars Voice of Democracy oratory
contest and went on to come in
third in the Dado County com-
petition. She also placed first in
the American Legion oratory con-
test. Also winning in the VFW
competition was Leon Adler, an-
other Mesivta student.
Howard Rosner, who came in
first in the area Knights of Pythias
contest --entitled American Apathy
Toward Crime- and also placed
first in zone competition, is now-
competing in the state-wide con-
test.
In an essay contest, Joshua Jaf-
fee picked up top spot in the North
Shore Optimist Club's contest and
placed second in the district. Den-
nis Kainen won top award in the
Advertising Essay competition
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fJcnist ftcridian
Friday, April 28, 1973
AT HERITAGE MWS'ER
Dr. Samuel Belkin To
Deliver Main Address
Dr. Samuel Belkin, president of 1
Yeshiva University, was to deliver
the main address at the Florida
Frienfls of Yeshiva University j
Heritage Dinner Thursday at 6
p.m. in the Fontainebleau Hotel.
The dinner honors industrialist
Herman L. Shaw who will receive
the Heritage Award, the Univer-
sity's highest accolade for volun-
teer leadership, in recognition of
his outstanding endeavors on be-
half of educational, communal, and
humanitarian causes.
Coordinating arrangements for
the eommunty-wide event are Her-
man Applebaum and Sol Frankel,
cochairmen, and Charles Frucht-
man, honorary chairman. They
will be aided by the associate
chairmen, William Baros, Chester
Devenow, and Charles Goldstein;
the rabbinic committee chairman.
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz, and the
alumni committee chairman, Rab-
bi Jonah E. Caplan.
Dr. Belkin. a distinguished scho-
lar, educator and author, has been
president of Yeshiva University
for more than a quarter of a cen-
tury, and during this period has
guided the institution to an un-
paralled record of achievement in
American higher education.
Under Dr. Belkin's leadership,
enrollment has grown from 850 to
7,000; the faculty from 94 to 1,300;
the number of schools and affilates
from 4 to 13 and the annual op-
erating budget from $444,000 to
more than $85,000,000.
In the fall of 1971, the opening
of the 20-story Belfer Graduate
Science Center marked the cul-
mination of the Blueprint for Ex-
pansion, an historic program of
multi phased physical develop-
ment, begun by Dr. Belkin on the
75th anniversary of the University
in 1961. Through this program the
University's facilities expanded
from several buildings located in
the New York metropolitan area
to 4 major campuses in Manhattan
and the Bronx.
The Florida Friends of Yeshiva
University includes educators,
businessmen, leaders in profession-
al and public life, alumni and pa-
rents of students who support and
participate in programs to pro-
mote the goals of Yeshiva Univer-
sity. More than 160 members in
the Miami area will serve on a
special sponsoring committee to
aid the chairmen in plans for the
event.
Popicks To Receive
Humanitarian Award
NCJW Opposed To
Nixon Statement
The National Council of Jewish
Women has reacted with concern
to the statement of President Nix-
on regarding his assurance to the
National Catholic Education As-
sociation of "strengthened com-
mitment" to extend Federal help
to non-public schools.
In a letter to President Nixon,
Mrs. Earl Marvin. NCJW pres-
ident, expressed the distress of the
organization's 100.000 members
that the intent to give aid to paro-
chial schools runs counter to a
number of court decision.
"We view with concern your
'strengthened commitment' to ex-
tend Federal help to non-public
schools as articulated in your ad-
dress before the National Catholic-
Education Association," her letter
said.
Mrs. Emanuel Mentz Leads
List Of Banquet Honorees
Mrs. Emanuel Mentz, newly
elected president of the Miami
Beach Chapter of Hadassah. will
lead the list of honorees at the
Jewish National Fund Bikurim
Banquet in the Fontainebleau Ho-
tel Sunday, May 14, according to
an announcement made by the
Hon. Jay Dermer, president of the
JNF, and1 Dr. Irving Lehrman,
man of its Foundation.
The 6:30 p.m. event will honor
a large number of dedicated JNF
leaders and workers who have
made this a banner year for the
organization in this area.
The 1972 Louis D. Brandeis Hu- 1
manitarian Award will be pre-,
sented to Ruth and Jack Popick
Sunday evening at the Zionist Or-
ganization of America dinner in
the Deauville Hotel, according to
ZOA national vice president Rabbi
Irving Lehrman, who is serving as
honorary chairman of the event.
Mr. Popick, former president of
Mechanics Uniform Service, was
recently elected president of the
Greater Miami Jewish Home for
the Aged (Douglas Gardens). He
and Mrs. Popick have served on
the board of governors of the Am-
erican Friends of the Hebrew Uni-
versity, and have given leadership
and support to the Technion in
Haifa, Yeshiva University and the
Jewish Theological Seminary of
America.
Joseph Cohen, an outstanding
Zionist who is one of Florida's
foremost leaders, is serving as
chairman of the annual ZOA din-
ner, which will be preceded by a
5:30 p.m. champagne reception.
Mortimer May, a past national
president of the ZOA, will preside
as toastmaster.
Jacques Torczyner, chairman of
the administrative board who
served five consecutive terms as
president of the organization, is
scheduled to be the guest speaker
at the gala event. Entertainment
will be provided by stage and
screen personality Genrge Jessel,
and singer Errol Dante, whose ac-
companist will provide a musical
background for the reception and
dinner.
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The residents of Byron Hall Apartments held thoir annual
breakfast on behalf of the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion's 1972 CJA-IEF campaign recently. Seymour B. Lieb-
man, (standing) a member of the National Board of American
Professors for Peace in the Middle East, addressed the group.
Seated (from left to right) are Jack W. Sloan, Alex Berman,
and Harry Sacks, cochairmen.
Cultural Evening
A cultural evening, including
chamber music, an art exhibit and
a champagne reception, will be
held at North Dade's Tempie Sinai
Sunday.
Featured will be Myriam Wolf,
former piano soloist with the Al-
exandria Philharmonic Orchestra;
Reggie Foort, organist for Temple
Sinai, and Vera Kessler, violinist.
The program will include selec-
tions from Bach, Beethovan and
Bartok and is being held in an ef-
fort to bring serious music to the
North Dade area.
The synagogue has often been
used as an instrument for the per-
petuation and the presentation of
At Temple Sinai
culture and we hope, throuqh this
evening of music, to regain that
purpose," Rabbi Ralph Kingsley,
spiritual leader of Temple Sinai
said.
Arrangements for the evening
are under the direction of Mrs.
Fred Shuster and a committee of
women from the congregation
which includes Mrs. Ralph Kings-
ley, Mrs. Martin Matz, Mrs. Frank
Kromsky, Mrs. Norman Klein,
Mrs. Jack Sands, Mrs. Stanford
B. Cooke, Mrs. Ralph Hollander
and Mrs. Fannie Grottian.
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fJenisii FkridHan
Page 5-E
Outstanding Citizens
Selected By Judges
.Nominations closed last week
{J the 25th annual Dade County
,n,Hrtir^'tlz*ns- Awaros to
he presented Thursday noon at a
;incheon in the Dupont Plaza
Hotel.
One man and one woman were
ted from candidates pre-
sented by a cross-section of local
civic clubs to receive the award,
which gives recognition to
those who, In the eves of the
fudges, have performed the most
Hiding single function for the
, and welfare of the Dade
County community.
The nominees included Mrs. Irv-
ing Ackerman, Mrs. Mary Adams,
Mrs. Louis Alper, Carlos J. Arbo-
leya, Joseph Aumiller, Mrs. Cle-
mence Bellman, Mrs. Sam Bixon,
Sen. Harry P. Cain, Dr. Lynn Car-
rr.ichael. Edna Chaucer, William
Councils On Soviet Jews
Assemble In Washington
Mrs. Albert Cohen represented
the South Florida Conference on
Soviet Jewry at a national meet-
ing of women active in the fight
ior Sonet Jews in Washington,
D.C. last week.
The Union of Councils for So-
viet Jews assembled a women's
interfaith meeting to hear Katya
Palatnik, who left the USSR in
November. Her sister is serving'a
three-year term in a Russian la-
bor camp for having dangcious
Zionist" materials such as a book
-f Hebrew poetry and a Russian-
Hebrew dictionary.
Snow Frates, Max Friedson, Elaine
Gordon Milton Gordon, Maurice
Gusmatr Robert H. Jenkins, Jr.,
and Helga Koenigsberg.
Also Mrs. Sylvia Liebman, Larry
Little, Sister Margarita Miranda,
Father John H. O'Connor, Rev.
Luther C. Pierce. Henrietta Reiter,
Herbert Schurowitz, Carl E.
Schustak. Dr. Ben Shepard, Judge
Sam Silver, Archie Stone, Richard
Whitcomb and Revy Wikler.
The event is sponsored by Sho-
lem Lodge No. 1024 of B'nai B'rith;
patron of the award is Joseph M.
Lipton, chairman of the board of
Dade Federal Savings and Loan
Association of Miami.
Award judges are George Beebe,
senior managing editor of the Mi-
ami Herald; Ralph Renick, vice
president of WTVJ-Miami, and
Fred Shochet, editor and publish-
er of the Jewish Floridian. Chair-
man of the event is Melvin Haber;
his cochairman is Ronald Shapo.
Herbert Zvi Berger, (center) director of Great-
er Miami's Bureau of Jewish Education who
received the Bernard Revel Memorial Award
sponsored by the Yeshiva College Alumni
Association for achievement in Jewish edu-
cation, is pictured with Miltch Kramef,
dinner chairman, and Dr. Israel Miller, Ye-
shiva University vice president for student
affairs, (left) and Max J. Etra, chairman of
the Yeshiva University board of trustees,
and Gilbert Davidoff, awards committee
chairman (right).
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JcHlstincridian
Friday April 28, 19?2
Robert I. Lipton Speaker
At B'nai B'rith Dinner-Ball
Larry Abeiman is chairman of make the presentation to Mr.
Sundays B'nai B'ritlfcrttffJMJ JlfJlA >
ball being held at the Sheraton
Mr. Lipton, who is listed in
Who's Who in World Jewry; Am-
erican Jews. Their Lives and
Achievements," and "Who's Who
i'i the Southwest and South." is a
partner In a Durham. N.C., law
firm.
The Bnai B'rith Foundation re-
presents some 10.000 adult mem-
bers in Florida and services thou-
sands of Jewish youths in the Hil-
lel Houses and other facilities on
six Florida campuses, as well as
thousands of young |>eople through
the state involved in its youth
programs. Proceeds from the din-
ner and ball will go toward these
programs.
Pepsi-Cola Co. To
Promote C!ean-up
Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co. of Mi-
ami. Inc. will participate in the
promotion and clean-up activities
of Scouting Keep America Beau-
tiful Day Saturday. George Mason,
eeneral manager, has announced.
"Millions of Boys Scouts and
. Girl Scouts throughout the coun-
try will be contributing their time
lo this massive clean-up day," Mr.
Mason said. "We believe it is our
' duty as corix>rate citizens to be-
| come involved with all major
! events to beautify our country."
Pepsi-Cola co-o|>eration will in-
clude supi>ort in media, posters en
trucks and in stores, and the dis-
tribution of thousands of special
plastic anti-litter bags. All mate-
i rial will be keyed to the theme.
! "It's your bag. too."
Radio and television spots, along
i vith shopper ads. streamers and
iii-store materials, will be utilized
I to urge community-wide support
of the anti-litter campaign. Pepsi-
Cola will also supply manimwer
. and truckpower to assist in the
citvwidc effort.
ABEL HOLTZ
Four Ambassadors Hotel in honor
Ol Abel Holiz. first vice president
cf the Cainer Bank of Miami
Beach, who will he the first Flor-
inian to receive the B'nai B'lith
Foundation's National Industry
Leader Award.
Robert I. Li;>ton. vice chairman
o. the B'nai B'rith Foundation
and national chairman of the B'nai
B'rith President's Club, will de-
l.ver the principal address and
Nursery School In
Its New Quarters
Beth Moshe's nursery, which is
now located on West Dixie High-
way, will move to its new quar-
ters in the Sans Souci Kstates for
the 1972-73 school year, it has
been announced.
The Education building, which
will be ready for occuincy in
June, is equipi>ed with the most
modern school furniture and equip-
ment in this area.
Registration is now open for the
1972-73 school year. Children from
2'- through 4' years old will be
accepted.
The school is under the super-
vision of Benjamin I 'doff, educa-
tional director, and Dr. Joseph A.
Gorfinkel. spiritual leader; Mrs.
Ethel Kandel directs the school.
North Dnde Chapter, BBW,
Officers Are Installed
B'nai B'rith V'omen. North Dade
Chapter, installed Mrs. William
Romer for her second year as pres-
ident this week. Mrs. Arthur Hor-
wits, president-elect of District i
Five, was installing officer.
In addition to other officers. ]
four vice presidents were installed.
They were Mrs. X. Allan Stein- i
man, Mrs. Edwin Janofskv, Mrs. !
Michael Ross and Mrs. Marvin
Simler.
Through the efforts of the Southeastern Florida Regie- of
Women's American OHT, Mrs. Ethel Cohen of 119'jfJ N.
Bay Shore Dr. was awarded a "Summer In Paris" sc:
ship. Richard Roy, from the Pr.iis American Acade; .- of
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+Jewisti fhjridHar
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When "A Public Solidarity Meeting for Free-
dom of Soviet Jewry" was held recently o;
the Greater Miami Jewish Federation Build-
ing, 4200 3i3cayne Blvd., over 50 members
of the American Jewish Congress turned out
to ask President Nixon to champion ihe
plight of Soviet Jews during his May visit to
Moscow.
Hille! Plans $200,000
Fund-Raisiiig Campaign
,\t ,1 special meeting at the
home of Dr. Joel B. Dennis, pres-
ident of Hit' Hiltel Community Day
School an.i his wife last week
plans were revealed for school's
fund-raising campaign to raise
$200,000 for scholarships to needy
students ami for improved and en-
larged facilities enabling it to keep
pace with its rapidly increasing
enrollment, fn a period of lVi
years, the school has almost
tripled it- original enrollment of
1)5 students.
The es lign cabinet and cam-
paign chairmen wore enlisted in
the work of the campaign. Dr.
Dennis, general chairman, announ-
ced the following appointments.
chosen wit i the consensus of the
members:
Leoi. eiber, a pillar of
the North Dade community, was
Sand-Ell Opens New Shop
Sol Weiss, owner and operator
( Sand-Ell Kosher Caterers.
Which serves Dade and Broward
Counties, has announced the open-
ing el a take-out shop in Nrth
Miami Beach. Called Kosher Mag-
ic the new venture is located at
1S.S9 NE Miami Gardens Dr.
chosen as chairman of Challenge
Gifts; North Miami Beach atlor-
ne. Harvey Baxter, was chosen as
chairman of Social Gifts. Irving
Canner. owner of the Dunes and
Carib Motels, will serve as "cam-
paign whip" and Joanne (Mrs.
Don i Solomon of Hollywood, who
served as chairman of the Hillel's
fashion show luncheon will serve
as campaign dinner chairman.
The dinner, which will he held
at the Eden Roc Hotel Sunday,
May 7. will officially launch the
campaign, The theme of the din-
ner, "The Time is Now" del ives
from the words of Rabbi Hillel.
who said, "If I am not for myself,
who then will be for me, and if
not now, when?"
Joseph Samuels, campaign coun-
sel, announced that three year
pledges are now being accepted in
the campaign, and that each con-
tributor will have an opportunity
to reserve a bronze dedication pla-
que to honor a family name or
memory.
Joanne Solomon is accepting
reservations for the kickoff dinner.
For further information regarding
the campaign, please call the
school.
Dr. Emanuel M. Popper
Director Of Foundation
Dr. Kmanuel M. Papper, vice
president for medical affairs of the
University of Miami and dean of
the U-M School of Medicine, was
elected a member of the board of
directors of the Royal Society of
Medicine Foundation at a recent
meeting of the London-based So-
ciety in New York City.
Fleeted along with Dean Papper
were Dr. John Knowles, president
ot tne Rockefeller Foundation; Dr.
John Hogness, president of the In-
stitute of Medicine of the National
Academy of Science, and Sir Hed-
lev Atkins, president of the Royal
Society of Medicine of England.
John Connor, former secretary of
commerce, is chairman of the
board.
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*Jenist ftcridian
Friday, April 28. 1973
%2fn Jhe t^^ocial #vea/m
by hrlen under and glenda friedman
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Temple Ner Tamid Sisterhood Slate To Be Installed
____. t ..; rnhn founder: Mrs. Era Also Mrs. Augusta Wei
Coffee, goodies and needlepoint plus an informative discussion of
the Women's Division of Federation activities made for a stimulating
morniofrat fcdith Hurwit's home this past week many new womei.
lrom our area were present: Rhoda Bracken, Adele Blank, Lois ICoppei,
Millie La:ie. Carol Pollock. Fran Rothman, Sonia Miller, Mariene
Chaitman and Cobby Danzansky. Magda Bader and Helene Berger
were spokesmen from the Si>eakers Bureau of Federation; Ruth Coplin
gave a demonstration on the art of needlepoint and rug hooking. It
indeed was a "fun day and a learning experience" for all the gals who
participated; Mrs. Coplin will form clasess in lier home for anyone-
desiring to learn this craft.
Mrs. Sybil Schachter was 65 years old this past week and was
"pleased as punch" when her daughter honored her with a birthday
party at the Aventura Country Club. Margaret Meister gathered all
their dear friends and family to help celebrate her mother's happy
event Enjoying themselves were Mai's mother, Alice Meister, ana
Margaret's sister-in-law, Judy Reich, Lois Siegel and Marcia Danziger
to mention a few.
Cr -Cr it
"PEOPLE ON THE MOVE" Bernice and David Diamond. Jean
and Amie Nevins (she's an artist and has recently turned to hand
sculptured and crafted jewelry) just back from England. Marsha and
Larry Plotkin, who left our fair town and are now residing in Atlanta,
are off to the British Isles on a vacation spree and wish to be remem-
bered to all their friends here in Miami.
KkiyiiL and Phil Paul along with Sandy and Milt Mamber at
Marco Island for a well-deserved rest tax season just being over,
you really need it! Janet Marshall visiting with friends who reside in
Guadalajara. Mexico (this is a colony made up of Americans who have
retired and now make their home in this lovely site). She's also taking
in Puerta Vallarta and Mexico City; she's amazed with her .Spanish
feels very "mucho espanol." Loretta and Larry Brody off to San Fran-
c'sco for business and pleasure; Dr. Brody has his office well covered
with all his partners pitching in for him while he's away. Arlene and
Mai Fromberg went to Cozumel and the Yucatan Peninsula for a vaca-
tion break twin brother, Lynn, holding the fort until he comes back
into the office so heartening to see two brothers who like each
otheT and are in law practice together; however, "the piece de resist-
ance" is Arlen and Ronnie two sisters-in-law who are warm and lov-
ing and caring for each other.
ThriHed to hear that Bea Is better and "raring to go" with her
spouse George Van Dam they're cruising to Cap Haitien, St. Thomas,
San Juan, Nassau and then home again. As a follow-up on Shirley
Cohen's recent visit to Washington, D.C., on "Behalf of Soviet Jewry,"
she was in the House of Representatives when the Anderson-McNeil
Bill was passed by a vote of 359-2 this bill urges President Nixon to
place on the agenda of his planned trip to the Soviet Union the "Human
Rights Bill of the Russian Jews." She and 44 other women from all
parts of our nation were guests of honor at a luncheon given by three
congressmen and their wives; there were about 30 congressmen there
who are interested in the plight of Russian Jews. The bill must now
pass the Senate.
Saturday at 8 p.m. at the Miami Lakes-Hialeah High School there
will be an "All Star Symphonic Band" composed of each school's most
talented students the children chosen from North Miami Beach
Senior High School are: Shelley Warren, Genise Teich, Karen Kartz-
nian. Jerry Botway, Mitch Fromberg, Richard Gordon. Steven Weiss,
Francois La Croix, Keith Kronish, Mathew Levin, Michael Anderson,
Gary Brand. Michael Ader, Ronnie Laskin, Ted Stern, Richard Breger,
Mark Seldine, Craig Pettigrew, Alen Kobelin, James Crawford, Ron-
nie Adler. David Marsh, and Kenny Snyder.
The Technion Society for Technology had their installation cere-
mony at the Deauville Hotel and Mrs. Seymour (Natalie) Lichtenfeld,
who was president of the Miami Chapter, has now been elected and
installed as a board director for the Southern Region. Bouquets to you,
Natalie, on a job well done.
This last weekend was a joyous one for David Harris, son of
Shei'.a and Burton Young, (he's past president of the Florida Bar),
who chanted his Haftorah at the Mincha and Maariv Service at Beth
Torah Congregation. It was a most happy occasion as so many of his
out-of-town relatives came in for this religious ceremony. Among them
were Sheila's brother and sister-in-law. Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Hertzberg,
Mrs. Estelle Hertzberg and Joanie Hertzberg of Bayone, N.J. David
was honored at a reception in the Eden Roc Hotel following the serv-
ices. Burt's family included his brother. Herb, and his wife, Naomi, o."
Chicago, who had their children. Michele and Richard. Pam and Alan.
with them and their grandchildren Jack and Bette Young, partying
with their offspring Father and son duothe Dan Lifters and the
Bennett Lifters, the Joseph Millers and the Frederick Millers; Judge
and Mrs. Thomas Barkdull. columnist Jack Kassewitz with his charm -
Ing wife Ruth, Elaine and Phillip Bloom Sylvia Glazier and Ruth Lev-
inson. Gloria and Ray Tobias. Jean Feinberg; Dr. and Mrs. Richard
Terzil, Shirley lookine trim in a white linen Anne Klein dress that set
off her newly acquired tan; Iris and Marvin Rocn (she's a professiona
Singer), David had all his friends wi'h him to heln him celebrate this
"Pi'-' Day." His sister, Franei. fell asleep during the evening and was
put to bed. hut everyone had a ehanea to see "The Little Pprincess in her
long powdVr blue smocked dress! Sheila looked elegant in a black and
wh'te organza gown and the decor of red and white f'oral arrangements
made a lovely background setting for all the guests who were there to
sfiare in the simcha of the Young family.
Charlotte Goodman's number one son, Don. has jnst become en-
gaged to Dale Friedman of Louisville. Ky. they are in the second
year of law school at Emory University in Atlanta and expect to be
married this summer "Goodman and Goodman" I expect will be
the chingle!
Sunday morning at the amval
Installation Brunch in the Sklar
Auditorium of Temple Ner Tamid, |
Mildred (Mrs. Carlton) Blake will
be installed as president of the
temple's Sisterhood.
Elected to serve with Mrs. Blake
are the following officers: Mrs.
Symposium On 'Dilemmas Of
Modern Medicine' Planned
Beth Torah Congregation, Tem-
ple Adath Yeshurun and Temple
Sinai of North Dade will jointly
sponsor a symposium entitled,
"The Dilemmas of Modern Med-
icine" covering the Jewish views
on abortion, transplantation, ex-
tension of life and euthanasia Mon-
day. May 8 at 8:30 p.m. in the new
Youth Building of Beth Torah Con-
gregation, 1051 NE 163rd St.
Co-moderators will be Rabbi
Max A. Lipschitz of Beth Torah
Congregation and Rabbi Milton
Schlinsky of Temple Adath Ye-
shurun. The guest lecturers will
be Rabbi Tibor H. Stern of the
Jacob C. Cohen Community Syna-
gogue; Rabbi Ralph Kingsley of
Temple Sinai and Rabbi Sol Lan-
dau of Beth David. A special in-
vitation is extended to the medical
professions and hospital personnel.
Louis Cohen, founder; Mrs. Era Also Mrs. Augusta Weissman.
Rosenfeld, vice president Ways vice president Communal Affairs-
and Means; Mrs. Yvette Silberger, Mrs. Abe Meyer vice president.
vice president Membership with Program: Mrs. Jeanette Singer
Mrs Leon Kafin as cochairman; vice president Flower Fund wjth'
Mrs Charles Abramson. vice pres- cochairmen Mrs. Sophia Zucker-
Ident Donor with Mrs. Sol Dwork. man, Mrs. Ben Beeman. and Mrs
cochairman; Mrs. Ben Avick, vice Merman Seltzer,
president Youth. Also Mrs Hew Scnwan
secretary; Mrs. Louis Suchman,
corresponding secretary; Mrs, Syd-
ney Dorfman, recording secretary"
Mrs. Adolph Greenbaum, treaV
urer; Mrs. Maurice K. Bernstein
assistant treasurer; Mrs. [ntf*
Weingroff, financial secretary
Mrs. Bess Isaacs, assistant secret
tary; Mrs. Henrietta Fine, parlia-
mentarian, and Mrs. Eugene La-
bovitz, chaplain.
Trustees are Mrs. Louis Gold,
Mrs. Louis Cohen. Mrs. Murray .V
Shaw, Mrs. Henrietta Fine. Mn,
Eugene Schwarz. Mrs. Carlton
Blake, Mrs. Arthur Lawrence, and
Mrs. Jack Greenberg.
Honorary trustees are Mrs. Celia
Cohen, Mrs. William Harris. Mrs.
Rita Salomon, Mrs. Helen Glazier,
Mrs. Sadie Trosky. The Executive
A.dvisory Committee includes Mrs.
Harry Glazer, Mrs. Hanna Rand-
man and Mrs. Jack Meyer.
Hard Of Hearing Club Offers
Free Lip-Reading Practice
The Miami Beach Hard of Hear-
ing Adult Club, a non-profit or-
ganization, meets every Thursday
afternoon at 3:15 in room 102 of
the Ida M. Fisher Junior High
School. 1424 Drexel Ave.
The club offers free lip-reading
practice and provides information
of special interest and assistance
to the hard of hearing. It also
plans social, cultural and educa-
tional activities.
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South Dade Post Elects
The South Dade Post No. 778,
Jewish War Veterans, has elected
Kenneth Cohen, commander; Ben
Clein. senior vice commander and
Abe Eisenman, junior vice com-
mander. Herbert Dubbin was
elected to serve as a three year
trustee. The installation will be
held at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Abe Eisenman Saturday evening,
May 13.
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Dr. Lehrman Will Install
Shapiro, Friedland Friday
Herman L. Shaw received the
'rime Minister's Medallion this
ait Sunday evening at the Fon-
ainebleau Hotel on the occasion
if the State of Israel's 24th anni-
ersary Independence Day dinner.
tlrs. Shaw was gowned in a tur-
iuoise lace which was sleeveless
,nJ softly draped around the
.yiped neckline.
Amonp the guests were the Har-
v Rothenhergs ... she was in
,hite lace with a deep V neckline
topper! with a black lace stole.
Irs Charles Rattner chose a black
nd white silk geometric print.
ler matching stole was fringed in
,-hite. Mrs. M. H. Glazer's black
ind gold oriental print was from
Italy. She was very proud of the
tvening coat which she had knit-
d, it was in rose wine color and
the mandarin style.
Mrs. Michael Rubin looked very
rettv in her red and white gown.
/he 'bodice was of e'-elette with
in unusual large lace-like pattern
,nd sleeves which ended in a deep
ruffle from the elbow. Her red
Ikirt hail white polka dots and an-
ither deep ruffle around the hem-
ine. Mrs. kouis Wolin's gown fea-
ured a long sleeved black lace
.lice and a floral multicolor
printed skirt. A silver lame sheath
yith a hi>;h cowled neckline was
.. on Mrs. Oscar Sindell, who
:ame down from Ft. Lauderdale
lor the evening.
Silver prey silk combined with
Multicolor stripes in vivid jewel
:ones in the gown worn by Mrs.
Debbie Wernick. The stripes were
,n an asymetrical pattern near the
hem of the skirt and lined her
solid color jacket. Mrs. Zelda K.
Thau's white chiffon was en-
crusted with jewels around the
neckline and down the opening of
her white silk evening coat. A
short sleeved white lace with
thinestone trim was the choice of
Mrs. David Coleman.
Mrs. Norman Kasser wore a
taupe and white floral printed
gown. The fabric was a sheer voile,
her high neckline was ruffled in
white as was the tucked bib ef-
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gown of muted tangerine on mid-
night blue. Mrs. Bess Kleinman's
gown and matching coat were in
iced green satin. Her coat was
heavily embroidered with crystal
caviar beads and satin lined bugle
beads. Mrs. Iris Levine combined
navy, red and white in a reverse
floral print on her silk jersey
gown.
Anna Brenner (Mrs. Ben) Mey-
ers was her usual elegant self in
a gold lame and wine-colored chif-
fon gown. It featured long sleeves,
a high neck, wrapped waist and
soft skirt. A silk chiffon abstract
print in blue, black, rose and pur-
ple was the choice of Mrs. Helen
Epstein. Her long full sleeves were
deeply cuffed. Mrs. Fred Shochet
wore a silk jersey gown with a
burst of spring flowers in an over-
all print. The layered look was
achieved with a black silk jersey
insert in the vest pattern. Her
neckline was high and softly
cowled.
Court Division Urged By
Attorney William Gladstone
Miami attorney William E. Glad-
stone has proposed a new division
of the Circuit Courtthe "family
court"w h i c h he says would
"significantly change the present
system of adjudication of domestic
matters."
Mr. Gladstone, chairman of the
juvenile and domestic relations
court committee of the Dade Coun-
ty Bar Association, advocates a
separate division of Circuit Court
to handle all matters relating to
the well-being of a family and its
dependents.
Judge Herbert S. Shapiro will
be installed for a second term as
president of Temple Emanu-El
during the Friday night services.
Samuel N. Friedland, a ,past
president of Temple Emanu-El,
will take office as chairman of the
board. All other officers, directors
and trustees will be installedto-
gether with Judge Shapiro and Mr.
Friedlandby Dr. Irving Lehrman,
rabbi of the congregation for the
past 29 years.
Judge Shapfro is a vice president
of the Greater Miami Hebrew
Academy, chairman of the legal
committee for the Israel Histad-
rut Foundation and former pres-
ident of the South Florida chapter
tsf tttr American Friends of the
Hebrew University.
Mr. Friedland is president of
Mount Sinai Hospital and a na-
tional leader of State of Israel
Bonds, the United Jewish Appeal.
Brandeis University and the Jew-
ish Theological Seminary of Amer-
ica.
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The Women's Committee of the
Jewish Family and Children's
Service will hold its annual in-
stallation luncheon Tuesday at the
Eden Roc Hotel. Mrs. Edwin Op-
renheim will be installed as pres-
ident.
Guest speaker at the luncheon
will be Dr. Mary Calderone, Ex-
ecutive Director of SIECUS (Sex
Information and Education Coun-
cil of the U.S.). Her topic will be
"New Concepts of Education for
Sexuality."
As an auxiliary of the JFCS, the
Women's Committee strives to de-
velop an informed citizenry
throughout the community, mak-
ing them knowledgeable about the
many services of the agency, in-
cluding marriage counseling, pa-
rent-child counseling, personal
counseling, adoption and services
for the aged.
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FIRST VISIT TO ISRAEL J\ APRIL 1973
Queen Elizabeth II Will Make
Two Silver Anniversary Cruises
NKW YORK -.The luxury ship
Queen Klizabeth II will visit Is-
irttfl for the first lime in April
3073, making two Israel "Silver
Anniversary" cruises, Cunarri Line
ill Assured Travel Service. Inc..
Worcester. Mass.. have an-
j- Minced.
The two consecutive 11 day
> uisos have been scheduled by
Assured Travel, which has chart-
< ed the 66,000-ton Queen Eliza-
i oth II from April 14 through May
1 < during Israel's 25th anniveisary
mi. The cruise packages will be
.^ Id to t!ie public by travel agents
i. roughout the United States, Can-
* la. United Kingdom and France.
The hnliuay cruises, which will
t( ke place during Passover (April
171 and Easter (April 221, will in-
< ide round trip air transporta-
tion on scheduled carriers from
) ajor cities in the United States;
Mediterranean cruising, extended
sits in Israel from the ports of
} aifa and Ashod. and optional
nd tours of Jerusalem, Tel Aviv
8 id other i>oints of interest. Ashod
j- the port city for Jerusalem and
lei A\i\
Rates for the complete package
rnnge from a minimum ot SI 195
i pecson to $2690 per person for
j. e top-priced suite rooms.
On the April 14 cruise, a tradi-
tional Passover Sc.ler will be ob-
rved with holiday foods and cere-
>ny. Both cruises will l>e high-
lighted by special Silver Anniver-
' sary celebration'-.
gram will begin Apiil 14-15 with
gram will begin I'ApriV 14-18 with
, flights from the United States to
Southampon. The ship will leave
this United Kingdom port on the
, 15th and cruise to Lisbon for a
one-day visit April 17. Passengers
I will arrive in Ashdod on April 21
1 for a four-day stay then proceed
; to Haifa on April 24 for a four-
: day layover. Passengers will fly
' from Israel direct to the United
. Slates on April 29.
The second cruise will begin
April 28-29 with flights from the
; United States to Israel, where the
ship will fce in the Port of Haifa.
, The proposed itinerary will in-
I elude Haifa, April 29-May 4; Ash-
I dod May 4-7; Palma. May 10, and
i Southampton, May 13.
A comprehensive program of op-
tional land tours to Tel Aviv, Jeru-
j salem and other locales will be
i provided.
In announcing the cruise pro-
gram, Oscar Rudnick. president of
Assured Travel Service, said:
"These Silver Anniversary cruises
: will lie among the major travel
j events of 1973. They will combine
a cruise vacation on the great
Cunard Line flagship with an in-
! augural visit to Israel during a
holiday period for which hotel
space is already in heavy demand.
This will be a quality vacation
with its various elements conven-
iently packaged and arranged so
the traveler can concentrate sole-
ly on the enjoyment of his trip."
Assured Travel Service, Inc..
which socializes in organizing in-
centive travel, package tours and
group travel, maintains its head-
quarters at 11 Millbiook St.. Wor-
cester. Mass. 01606.
President's Birthday Party
Single, widowed or divorced men
and women from 25 to 48 years ol
age are invited to attend a "Pres-
ident's Birthday Party" sponsored
by Single Parents of Miami Beach
Tuesday at 8:30 p.m. in the Hli-
dav Inn-Surfside (formerly Run-
away Bay Club), 1819 79th St.
Causeway. Dress is casual; live
music will be provided for dan-
cing. |
Rabbi Max Lipschitz To Be
At the annual donor dinner-
dance of the American Jewish
Congress, which will be at 7 p.m.
Sunday in H>e Seville Hotel, Dr.
Max A. Lipschitz. Rabbi of Beth
Torah Congregation. North Miami
Beach, will be installed as the new
president of the Florida Region
___________Friday, April 28. lo?|
Installed By AJCongress
of the American Jewish Congr,*,
Dr. I.eon Kronish. rabbi of T
pie Beth Sholom, Mianii J^
retiring president, is being nunS
national vice president of tho a*l
erican Jewish Congress Cam I
Jacob Renzer will be the slo*
for the evening. '
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PRESENTS THE FOLLOWING
SLATE OF OFFICERS FOR 1972-1973
PRESIDtNT:
VICE PRESIDENTS:
AREA COORDINATION:
CAMPAIGN:
COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS:
EDUCATION:
LEADERSHIP TRAINING:
CORRESPONDING 8.
RECORDING SECRETARY:
NOMINATING COMMITTEE
CHAIRMAN:
PARLIAMENTARIAN:
IMMEDIATE PAST PRESIDENT:
MRS. IRVING WEXLER (Revo)
MRS. MORTON WEINBERGER 'Owen)
Mrs. LEONARD FBI ED LAND (Toby)
MRS. MARVIN GROSS (Potty'
MRS. NORMAN COHAN (Evelyn
MRS. BARRY NAIMAN (Barbara)
MRS. ALLAN WILSON (Caret)
MRS. RKHARO BRICKMAN (Linda)
MRS. ADOLPH BERGER (Helene
MRS. BURTON LEVEY (Fran)
Presented by the Nominating Committee in accordance with the By-lows
at the Women's Division of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, Article
IX, Sections 4 and 6.
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LT" ,''no.tures of members, provided consent ol the n.n.e*
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T\LT"l"" tl,mmiMee ? than fourteen (14) days after the
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SECTION 6
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WOMEN'S DIVISION NOMINATING COMMITTEE
CHAIRMAN:
PREVIOUS CHAIRMAN;
MRS. HARRY B. SMITH
MRS. DONALD LEFTON
MRS. RICHARD LEVY
MRS. PHILIP BLOOM
MRS. GERALD NATHANS ON
MRS. BERNARD MANDLER
MRS. MARVIN GilLMAN
MRS. AARON FARR


Friday, April 28. 1972
"Jenisti fh rid inn
Page I IB
entngs
'
Miami Heart Institute which
topped off 'ts now Kxtended
ICare Facility this week, provided
Ibeer and pretzel**** the M. R.
Harrison Construction Company
Lew to celebrate. Kohert S.
sii in mi' r s administrator, an-
nounced.
Designer Lou (ierieo is doing
interiors of the Newman
Funeral Home. Miami Beach.
& & -M-
The Florida Chapter of the
[Brooklyn Law School Alumni
Association will hold a regular
nK-mbershi'i meeting Tuesday at
g ;i, iM the Carillon Hotel, ac-
cording to Harry Zukerniek.
president. Miami News editor
Svlvun Meyer will be the guest
s ker.

Miami Police Sergeant a. M.
Ton>" I'oiitaiui, a homicide
[detective with 23 years on the
[force, has announced his can-
didacy for the State House of
I Representatives. He will seek
seal 107 In northwest Dade
I County.
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Fred ft FUpae, president of
I Exotic Gardens, has been ap-
j-eipted to the board of directors
(of United Baneshares of Florida,
I Inc. according to Frank Snmth-
|cr>, chairman and president.
M. Dale Lyon has been elected
[vice president and controller of
the Miami Heaeh First National
IBank, according to Thomas L.
I Diislhinicr, president. The direc-
tors of the liank have elected
K. Ifmiald Holder as senior vice
[president. Mr. Holder will head
the newly-formed National Di-
vision and supervise business de-
velopment and correspondent
iking throuKhout the United
I St.ncs.
Mrs. David (Phyllis) Miller
re'urned recently from San
i -.ii where she attended a
ting of major school boards
fn ni around the country. Ph.vllis
-.' appointed by Oov. Reuliin
Askew to the Dade School Hoard
December as a replacement
Mrs. Anna Brenner Myers.
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Sen. I), itohrrt Graham Miami Lakes I has been named
"Lawmaker-Newsmaker of the
Session" by the state capital's
press corps for his role in get-
ting the Florida Environmental
Land and Water Management
Act onto the statute books dur-
ing the Legislatures LIT2 ses-
sion. The Tallahassee Democrat
newspaper sponsors the award;
the recipient is selected through
a poll of newsmen covering the
legislative session.
* -ft tt
Andre) Both, a member of '.he
Miami Dade Junior College
North English department facul-
ty, has been selected to particip-
ate in the College English Asso-
ciation national conference this
weekend in Boston. She will
serve as respondent at a panel
discussion on 'Stalling the Two-
Year College."
i\ ii -Tr
(.(pkIiiii Wlnnrick, executive
director of the Concord Hotel.
Klamesha Lake, N.Y.. has been
selected by the New York State
Department of Labor as one of
17 regional community members
to serve on the newly created
Ancillary Man[>owcr Planning
Board,
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Approximately 100 young at-
torneys were admitted to the
Florida Bar this week with the
Hon. Hal V. DeUle of Florida's
Supreme Court administering
the oath of office and the Hon.
Thomas II. Karkdull, Jr., Chief
Judge of the Third District
Court of Appeals, presiding. The
investiture of KoDert M. Haver-
field as Judge. District Court of
Appeals, Third District of Flor-
ida, look place last week.
it -ir
Bertha Lee, Harvey Goldstein,
Indue Joseph Xesliitt. Ix'nore
Nesliitt and -Janet Reno will be
on the panel of attorneys con-
sidering the topic "No Fault
Divorce and Women: Good or
Bad? HOW F-ocs it Work?" ,it 8
I).m. Friday, May i in the First
Unitarian Church. 7701 SW Tilth
Ave.: Klaine (iordon will serve
as moderator of the discussion,
which is cosponsored by the
church's Adult Kducation De-
partment and the Dade County
Women's Political Caucus.
'Big Brothers' And
'Big Sisters' Merge
Two agencies vital to the emo-
tional well-being of hundreds of
young |>eo|)le in Dade County have
merged into a single organization
in ah expanded program of ser\ ice.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Great-
er Miami. Inc.. in a merger ap-
proved by the executive commit-
tee of the United Fund, will have
its main office at 990 SW lsl St.
The new agency will have addi-
, tional dire tors to reflect the
! broadened scope of operations, and
these additions to the board will
consist of representatives from
the former Big Sisters organiza-
tion,
"The merger represents the de-
sires of the people of Dade County
and is one of the first such moves
to he made by similar groups in
the nation. We are looking for-
ward to an even more fruitful and '
effective working relationship be- [
tween the United Fund and our
newly-organized associates in serv-
ing the community," said Robert
Macht, president of the Cnited
Fund.
Big Sisters has succeeded in
placing approximately 60 volun-
teers with young girls to serve as
adult companions for girls with-
out female adult guidance, while
several do/en other young girls
aie awaiting assignment.
The total number of young
l>eoplc served by the new organ-
isation will greatly exceed 600,
with the Big Brothers having
matched approximately 5,>5 boys
with adult "brothers" in 1971. In
addition, Big Brothers counseled
100 mothers of young boys.
The expanded program of help ,
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continue acting as a major service
in the prevention of delinquency.
' emotional problems and drug '
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I
Day School Principals
Slate Annual Conference
Principals ami administrators of
the nearly 450 Hebrew day schools
in the United States and Canada
will meet for their annual joint
convention May .'! through 7 at the
Pioneer Country Club, Greenfield
Park, N.Y.
The convention will afford day
school educators and administra-
tors opportunity to discuss such
issues as the continuing crisis in
i the recruitment of adequate teach-
ing staff, the prospects for Fed-
eral and State Aid for non public
schools as a result of the recent
' Supreme Court decision, the prob-
lem ol relevancy in the Day School
Curriculum and "classrooms with-
out walls" instruction in the He-
brew dav school setting.
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Charles II. Kellstadt, hoard
chairman and chief executive of-
ficer of the General Development
Corp., has been named chairman
of the annual U.S. Savings "on I
drive for South Florida for the
second year.
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for the 1972 "Take Stock in Amer-
ica" campaign to encourage resi-
dents of Dade, Broward and Palm
Beach Counties to invest in Series
K U.S. Savings B inds, which cur-
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three counties will he named to
direct the campaign.
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of $29,780,000 in additional bond
-ales based on 14.500 new an i in-
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Bab MitfwUt
BARBARA WTKMCK
Barbara Susan, the daughter of
Dr. and Mrs. Gerald Wernick of
Coral Gables, will become a Bat
Mitzvah, Friday evening, April 28
at Temple Zion.
Barbara, an Honor Rc3 student
at Carver Junior High School, is
also a member of the Hev class at
Temple Zion Hebrew School.
Dr. and Mrs. Wernick will host
the Oneg Shabbat after services
and a reception in Bartara*s honor
at their home Saturday evening.
Sharing in the celebration of the
occasion will be Barbara's grand-
parents, Mrs. Henry B. Wernick
and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Konig.
to -to -to
SUSAN BI'RGER
Susan Rae. daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Alvin Burger. 8600 SW 86th
Ave., Kendall Point, will become
Bat Mitzvah Saturday, April 29
at Temple Judea of Coral Gables.
Susan is in the seventh grade at
Glades Junior High School. She
has been a member of Hashachar
(Young Judaea) and of tne tem-
ple Judea Junior Choir for four
years and is currently a member
of J.I.P. Inter Judaea. To com-
memorate this occasion Susan will j
be a participant this summer in 1
the World Zionist Organization's 1
Bar Mitzvah Pilgrimage to Israel.
A luncheon in honor of the cele-
brant will be hosted by her parents
at the F.uropa Restaurant imme-
diately following the service. Su-
san is the granddaughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Benjamin (Barney) Fro-
gel of West Miami, and I.muk
Burger of North Miami and the
late Sylvia Burger.